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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

IT sAm& cal Costs less Bakes Belter POWDER fl;'i! ECOf thr.tyne th.qg you :o IjdWnK f ji.fc'i these lUf 9 u m c t lift u r c 4a v. 'jjiro c r lesomJtSfcl. tasty tcxfl-uuifJr'nly raisad food. 11 K(nn-ni'".o RECEIVED HNjHEST AWARDS World. Pur Pood t.poaKlon, Chicago, IIL Parte Eapoaition, Franca, March, 1612. of hitfh li ful savin ltinlureiw Clumet is 4td4rv.ht-io ODa of tba maHfuns of womr ,"-'iwntM'"!j(l AlUMEi z J i ) ami luu chrnb or hi I-tan hakint pott&r. n..' km nau'Calumel. It 'i mora tconamicalmor- wttolaemt fftMj eW rasute. Calumet U fat uiptrtor h tout milk aW IKS' 1 X Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges , and comes from the City Hos pital at Dallas, where he has just completed a year'sjiospital work. We failed to mention last week the arrival of a son at the home Key, at man has decided to locate permanently at Burnhatn and Mr. Key has already entered him as a com petitor in Post City's next baby show. DAWSON COUNTY Abernathy Land Buyers Quite a number of Wi...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

Haue large stock ofDeerin Cotton RffiCf UpP'y Vu ""h "V q""n,l,y. rove RIGHT West Side Square 0 Phone 2A 1 I THE IDEAL is An Ideal Place We have a nice stock oj new ury Kjoods Notions and wfll k pleased to a,rfd vfi to our lilt otustofaau-s fnr y reason traoJjXVisit Ideal and let us you 6od goods at laMr prices. : : : : THE IDEAL flEO. L. De5MAZ0, Manager I rtKMiis jnave power to stop and prevent Section 5. Applications for from discharging into the sewer permits to connect with the Intern, any private sewer or I sewer system or to do plumbing drain through which substances work to be connected therewith, i re discharged which are liable , must be made in writing by the to injure the sewers or obstruct vituci ui me pruH.Tiv io De i,ic. w or me sewerage, or drained, or by his authorized j which are liable to injuriously agent, endorsed by the plumber affect or prevent the proper ac ' employed to said work. Suchlfion of the disposal tank which application shall give precise lo- i " or...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

Tr o Omo,rn Tcr. 1 I .JlMfc . ftUm J. OMkua Willi M of CATJ.BH Al h.1 XnnA b ir-u 0 Ihr u u. IUU.1 CUtao.i Rwaru la bef" ttiM Ilk dir iH K J. nu.M V nluM in my lin a. r i,l., Ill A. W. lil.r.WOV. NulK I'" ! . - " L. ..I (ntam.llv .Hd r " T'.nJ7 CO.. Tu.lo. O 4d br .11 nnuwuu. TV. ..., TW Hll l.mlly fills li toortlploK. Fell Out of Buggy Dead Information reached Lubbock Saturday that J. M. Kincaid, well known by a number of our rtaders fell out of his bum dead Saturday morning, sup posed heart failure was the cause of his "sudden demise. He has been a resident of Gail. Borden county a number of years and was the successful nominee for County Treasurer at the July primary in Borden county. The Santa re is doinjr some needed repair work on the road erossinm. near Ames & m.. and also at the crossing of the passenger station. , The friends Miss Lillie Spikes, i who was operated on for appen dicitis at Amarillo last week, will be glad to know the opera tion was successful and that she...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

Would be a great thing for the Lubbock Country and we bejievp thatEubbock can send a good one. Our store now has a : : : v- -V jT SPLENDID DISPLASOF GROCERIFft We want to supply your needs in supplies too and make you at! .Ufrptes. iWe can furnish your ranch PHONE 243 PIK ON SOUTH SIDE SQUARE O () 8 8 () 8 ) () !!! JOHNSTON ROW BINDERS" Remember the Johnston Row Binders are equipped with automatic gates, and we do not use packers that will cost you $1.00 and more to repair. Has greatest power, the lightest and most direct draft. Get Our Prices Be fore Buying Elsewhere. () () 8 ) bage, hair, ashes, fruit, or tables, or refuse, rags, cotton, cinders, or any other matter whatever except foeces, urine, and the necessary closet paper and liquid house slops and waters. To fail to connect all wash stands, slop stands, lavatories, I bath tubs, in the house or varH Cwith the sewers, or to allow or rw permit any slops, wash or waste dred dollars ($100.00). Section 13. It being absolute ly nec...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

We Want The Cream oavine: 24c per pound for Butter Fat and ship Tue P yFr1days of each week. Bring us your cream and 1 .ono" Brothers Company ilk i THE AVAL4NOHJ ri'BLIBUCD BVKHY THl'WDIV BY THE AVALANCHE PUHLJSH1NG CO I NOOK l 0 HATED JAMKS L. DOW, Bntered at Hie Ponlomce tl Lubhoclc, Ten M1Ih m second class matter. One Year 11.00 SL'HSCKIITION KATM: (Strictly In Advance) ........ i in rnt Der line eacn -inHtTiu'ii. innyinj- cmchuu advkktihinh KTies.-Loial in"Pr , "!h"''r wwVt .xik'IiI rates on K.,;M,nra uhpn otherw se thev 7ZTil Carrot .7' owtuarp o than 3 open wi hin sixteen ( 16) rmtroirseUes. 2 .cenu per 1. ofPthe window. of the Ordinance No. 79 ! (Continued from page 3) than two feet above the highest fixture thereto. Every vertical soil and waste pipe must be extended at least two feet above the roof or cop ing. It must be of undiminish- for transmission through the ed gize, without return bend. I It must not open near a winow or l -I. .krt urkik vontilatp livinff i an n 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

T 1 When You Attend The Circus Bring along a list of what you need in Groceries and Rocket Goods I have a good, clean stock of either from which you can make your selections. J. H. MOORE, The Close Price Store J (CUT OUT THIS AD) Moles and Warts Removed with MoleitofT, without how far ramed arlpv U mir turn, nnd no trarAorr wj l. Molenoff I Rrtlll'r,ir appear in about ti natural, , Letter from persons formation, are cont you fret upon Mo 1 jr Ftluo tha Vfcillife th.-A YwJallknv Iiu i 'an ifmHr feHilt.f X 1 ain or danirer. no matter how larure. or of the akin. And they will never re- where the mole or wart wan neat Mole or Wart, which entirely dm. erm, leaving the akin smooth and together with much valuable in- tive booklet, which will be mailed rieon i puiT oniy w on nonar Domes, wniem are n etl imme diately upon receipt of price ijnd mailed in a plain cane, accompanied by full directions, and contains enough remedy to remove six to ten ordinary moles or warts. We sell Molesoff unde...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

Sept. 28th. Childrens nt of Children's 1 am pleased to announce that I have September .20th. Hats and the opening date for this line f Lufcfcock. Mercantile Building afsDleayndRsffir?? I I 1 THE AVA I'l'BLlBIIKD KVKHY TI1UKHDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUHLISHIN(3 CO. liNOOMfOHATRD JAM KS L. I'OW, " Kiileredat the t'ostotViceat Lubbock, Millx as second class matter. sritscuirrioN katks: (Strictly In Advance) One Year Sl.00 ADVKitTihiNu Hatks: Locals lo cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlsenienU 15 cent per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of- thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than writtonbv ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments, where a revenue is derived therefrom, & cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or I0 per yeaMf paid in advance. ni I Business Office 14 Phones Kesidence 242 LUBBOCK, rKXAS, THURSDAY, SKl'TKMBKK 2, 1912 WHAT IS OUR MONEY CROP The Avalanche reporter was talking with a prospector the ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

Classifi Ads. s For Sai: Two story house containing fcwxnn, nearly new. Rather hatre hoise moved than to sell lotsvjflll give good terms. H. t,Cpencer, Agent. 12 tf For Sale Cheap Two room house, two iBfJrvall fenced, and necessary well and on est house i or terms. E For Trade-1 improved f half milot f consider es Lubbock, V or an auto nd ter where u cated, submilw rut ma Vain F rfTto il)niSubV Ucnctf)rwr Inimrtrovt'n Yash.l hVf Idings. Rood treet. Cheap- n. $250 cash e. 12 ltp highly one Will ty in land Don't mat erty is lo- you have to Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON trade. W. L. llarshall, Lubbock. Texas. 12 2t Foil Rentv-To furnished rooms. A pplyV his office. 12 ltp MOODY- ROBINSON Mesdames Robinson and Moody entertained the Merry Wives and a number of friends at Mrs. Robinson's home, Sept. 20th. "42" was the diversion, fifteen games were played, eleven being high score, won by Mrs. Merrill. After the game delicious re freshmenU were served, chicken croquettes, fruit gelatine...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 26 September 1912

CI t " - " o o o Haogiiini Out 1S J. . . Doesn't make a real estate agency, LPs the sevice behind the sign that counts. We can secure prop erty for you for home or business, orLxiopY fnvetrnent, by purchase or lease. You will find that in this month of real estate activKr this agencyovithfits corribleie list is able to save and earn . . money for you. If you have real esMyc to sell orease Jet : us beyOmgents, come in and talk it over. KIMB ARK LUBBOCK, TEXAS o o o o o o o () () o () () () ( 8 ) ( ) () 8 11 O () C) j FORxSAEE S Town of Slide on H.iftliVl U'htfleftfrom railroa SECTION NO. BLOCK 20 37 lown or Mine on n nhed", plank lots, win ttw. no lakes, eve lnt . una. : V ADDRESS BOX 5 n from railroad. All fenced. Good house, abundance fin water, mnall grove thade l0 per acre, (o 00 cash, balance January WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS I homa there comes complaints of , loses during the present year in marketing a magnificent crop ot fruit and truck. Farm and 5 Ranch estimates that there are J...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE OLUME XIII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912 NUMBER 13 M I WE i NEEDED CUMBERLAND PRES8YTERY Held at Cone, Texas, September 19th to 22nd. Good Attendance. n SHOW PROSPFflTORS AND VISITORS THAT WF HAVE PLENTY ine pastor or the Cumberland WATtn rUH IKKIUAI IUN f'UKKOStS Presbyterian church of Lubbock. Rev. J. L. Elliott, and two of his Ruling Elders. K. P. Earhart art A R A Pan If in m ft an tit A tha meeting of their Presbytery at W BE NEAR TOWN ANO GROW CBOPyHBLyipu ing. noi a arge delegation, Due an unusual number of visitors from four or five neighboring towns, and a very live spiritual session throughout the entire series Elder E. P. Earhart. of Lub bock, was elected Moderator, who conducted the meeting in a very business-like manner. The entire session was noted for harmony and spirituality. Devotional services were con ducted at the opening of each session and also HE PULLED THE BADGER New Jersey Drummer Engaged in Exciting Badger F...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

conoDocononoDonoDODooononononoDonopcaoDo:ooDODonoDonoDonoaonoDODODODODonononoDoc ri o Blocks, Glass, Paints and Coal tj u O PHONE 311 A. A. RAMP, Manager : oaononoaoDoaononoaononoaonoponoaoDonoaoDODoniononoDononoPonoPonoPOPQPoPOPODOPQD t i ' ill J. A. 7W rel Saddles an(UfelTOS8Summer Lap fours. Etc. Does ill Kinds of Leather Repair Work. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Making Old People Happy An article in the October Wo man's Home Companion on 'MakinK Old People Happy" contains the following: "The secret of making old people happy is primarily to dis guise the fact that they are old. To pet, to indulge, to nurse, to rrmnasre. without irivinir the irhost of a hint of sunernnnua tion -there's a nice problem for tact! Conscientious young peo ple, especially if they have brought uo vigorous children Two Cases of Glanders It was reported that a case of glanders had developed out on Sir. R. C. Odom's place, County Judpre Baker appointed a com mittee consistinc of J. A. YVvatt. jB. F. Lee and J. W. C. ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

GROCERIES In this store you will find all the different kinds of Groceries To Use in October We also have a full line of October Racket Goods. Come See and Listen. J. H. MOORE, The Close Price Store oDODODODononoDODononononoDonoDODononoao iex us rut xour o a nr -iii . i u vyc will do tl o Stoves Up count they should be cared for. Formerly Yoakum county land a was mucn sougni ana Drougtu a ' Rood price, therefore the inter Qst on it is rather high. Oi From the petition it would a p- pear that the purchasers of the ic wor k right The time J)Hn yep is arfarul stoves srecrnfje wiW you. ii our lMics smtuuwrk: the iifconvfrffienca oi haWic stroyccLy fite. fyyc fluc&rfthe old neyn4ve i a rea sonai to have your o the work for examined before .i . mignt save you your home de- ve us put in new n in use very long, price. 7 .. . O o a large only THE CITY PLUMBING AND SHEET METAL WORKS o a o a O o o BUSINESS MEN PICK COTTON One Hundred at Sherman Sign Agreement to Assist Farmers in Work. i m...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

If pi I? If Every man, woman and child, old and young, are invited to call on the fol lowing merchants be tween the hours of 8. a. m., and 3 p. m. EVERY SATURDAY and receive free tickets to the Matinee of Moving Pictures at the OPERA mi Tko rtiprrhnJits tuatsnt'd be 1 - - wr low ire syinff away free tlCKCf S litis 1'IJMSTliWii- menl Jfiat the -farmers and iheir families may hav anioinortunitS' to nftind tfttl Moving Pic ture ShLw. ' Starts Vr,,n,ptly at 3 o -clock. Watch this space each week and see the merchants' names that ap pear for free tickets. L. H. Wright Lubbock Drug Co. Wheelocks Dress Shop Imperial Harbor Shop Martin & Wolcott Lubbock Mercantile Company Western Windmill Co. Rankin & Sons Cook's Confectionery. 10. W. A. Drown & Co "The Country Store" 11. Commercial Darber Shop 12. Red Cross Drugstore SNEED DENIED BAIL Decision of Judge Browning Sat urday Remands Prisoner to jan Change of Venue. Tho following from the Ama- rillo Daily News (fives account of the ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

4 The Texas Penitentiary System By Will II. Mayes. This is the first of a series of articles on the Texas Pen i ten tlanes and prison farms, the laws governing same, treatment of prisoners, business manage ment of the system, suggested improvements, etc.-Editor. The greatest impediment to the progress of any government is the ignorance of the people. They may be ever so learned in other things, but if they lack in formation about the things per taininsr to the government their country must suffer from that ignorance. It is every citizen's duty to inform himself, as well as opportunity is afforded, in the affairs of the state and nation which he lives. Could that idealistic condition be brought about where every citizen knows every law, knows how the laws are administered, knows how the business . affairs of his country are conducted, the gov ernment of that country would soon become all that could be de sired. The purpose of this series of articles is to acquaint the people of Texas...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

atTh ... ... M i i New Stock, latest designs, up-to-date tyles arfd ef rvthing new. We believe you win rma prices at mis store 10 oc u iow new oiocK, wkmuoii , h r I ' , 7 . U amvw9V WP w 11 be Dleased to have vou call and see us and let S prie oTr ve W of Ac souare. A cordial welcome awaits you. ted db jlMiorthwcst corner of the square. A cordial welcome V THE IDEAL Manager it Your Stomach's Sake'' Pat bread tfrcrfkfof CCream ot the Plains or "Pridebfthe Plains" Flour. Get in the "Bjad Wafjon" with the rest and buy jx'sacky. SPIKES & SON L PHONE 243 UNDEVELOPED RESOURCES Old Texas Has Immense Amount Of Undeveloped Territory-Only Waiting For Some One LAN m Are you aware tjiatjsm caffiorrow tnone the sam rate ot'WTUretTbat people in C are raying and tlie brtn are otintIy ver; L0 A N S 5 I deliver draft ii with Guarantee Abstn money from me at Central Texas ,-ery reasonabl e v davo rttinsieotiou. Uthee Title Comi ipany. J. F. PERRYLubbock, Tex. : BACK TO THE FARM Col. B. F. Yoakum...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

Another Week of Good Things at THE MERCANTILE Our business the past two weeks has been the largest of any corresponding period of the ten years we have been in Lubbock. There is a reason, is why we make mention of it. The completeness, of our stock and the very low prices on quality merchandise is why you sbfedkKmaJte our store your store. Palmer Suita, no better tailored garment X - 20.0027.50 Magid Suits, every gat-1 f nfltol R flfl ment satin lined, price I U.UU I J.UU Silk and Mescaline Waists 'Chiffon Waists made over net 2.75-4.00 4.00 6.00 Specials For Fast Messaline Petticoats, in every color, a snap Taffeta Petticoats, worth our price .. Fortress 32-inch Percales, the regular price 10c, our price MS fA A AdvWtiaff I one beuer at r Ir jams in all the solid 3C-inch Bleaching, the price .. lAfll wool 20 1 Slo.M. Men's and Boys' Suits blue serge Suits, worth our price. . Ik 10c 10.00 i THE LUBBOCK WE 15.00 -4.95 A special $18.50 blue serge Suit, our price 50 Suits for the schoo...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

J r !! o RIsh and OysterrxEvery WeeK o g V We will have a shipment of Fish and Oysters eVefcfweek and wJJI be Iniwsmon ta nil your oraers me laiier pari o. ims w. m hafand uucks I i ... . a a. at . I.. We can supply you with dreed chickens orlducffWlhort notice. Wive us your orders and we will see mac iney are aenvereu prompt. itton and Ooat e..aA ami ftftui Mpnti Wa will meat vout wants. We have this variety of fres rneatft also repared to supply you with cooked meats, such as beef, pork, mutton, chicken and duck Having purchased the Barbecue outfit 01 Mr. lu ter, we will b( J THE CASH MEAT MARKET J. A. BRICKER, Proprietor i . I . - ...,,- I rrntDii da v rucru I P W llcim returned finndnv I nnrsu nniikiTu nine kia kai-H nf pott a W 1 1 I I- KrSIS I ASS I An V t n 1 r LULnni rni vmun " - - -- 1 1 1 rnm I mi i uv. Miirir 1 1 n iiaui been working on the Pgstex Mills. Mmt. 11th. A Number of Lubbock County Stock Farmers Have Large Silos Filled For Winter Use There has been much said abo...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

Increasin Business Is a ood indication that our prices are right and our goods give satisfaction and we are giving good se r TV a. , i a YcJ3nt y" ror our customer. We sell IretVtry cent the market will allow us to pay. vjkuwukii:j Amu kacnki uuuio. UKArN AfNu wUKiN wriupa iuu. KememDer we buy cream an Long Brothers Company cooocococooooococooococococooococococoo ABERNATHY WANTS ROAD () Have You C) () People of Village to the North Want Road Opened to Lubbock and Deserve Recognition, .11 U c.: f l. j l t v1 1 WW I -II If III ' It not come in and look 5i Better highways are beinir His. " 1 cussed evervwhpr in th ahnn , store, the school, at the cross roads, women's clubs, boards of mat vouwn renuicar ovar Jffief iii?suaJr4iij er we aomng i 4 selected fhostarfffio vou iroertrr Ktaurtann busv winter? If not Ynil'll Lav nlrr lj tion and you procure them hercjat fiir prices. i ) I I iRRor.k" noi in rn 8 1 - V.X Ik JL a V V- V i PUHMC 1KO ! ilk. I c 0000Q000000030QOQ0G0O0CQQQ0000000000Q0 ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

. ! Classified' Ads. an' For hack. For Sale 153. Price Helfet, the Jntf F. K snoemv T A li Wil tri .hew Hesse obinson. 13 It Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON 8 in block See Peter :er. 13 zt For Sale 9 or 10 years feed stuff Green. -ork mule Crosbyton: E. Wolffarth. city; A. 0. Harvey. Ft. Worth, B. VV. Keern, city: L. D. Morton, H. G. Judd. Jno. R. Good, Quanah; I). W. McDaniel. Dallas: R. M h llrvnatnn' Will V7. Mesdames Word and J Harris; Frank Grigg, were hos ess for the Wednesday Antonio. cha8. pierCe, city; Needle Club at its regular meet- ? d ; Ama; R. L. Dain- ing September 25. Despite the Dallas: E. D. Harris. Ft. fact that only eight of the mem-) ... . w Rhodes. St oers were presem a uniiiuui time was E. B 13 It For Salf1 deliver any 100 pounds. For Sale horse, 7 year aider tradin For further W. C. Gree ;aize chops. Will it at 11.00 per Wilkison. 13 3t 5 - M. amour ftld. in ior ri entle' family Would con- aize heads. ion apply to 13 2tp Mrs. W. few of her 27th. i 3hu wo ":...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 3 October 1912

Cass Tarver, the big prize fighter from Anson, was a pas senger on the south bound pas senger train Tuesday, returning home from Clovis, N. M., where he received a knock out at the hands of the Chicago fighter, Mr. Wille. S. P. Robbins returned Sun day from a two weeks visit with relatives in mother is verv says he fears she will not be able io overcome the attacks of heart trouble which she is suf fering from. MAY BUY STATE ROAD ITEXAS DEMOCRATS DONATE Hettie Green Interests May Buy ; $4,392 Sent to National Treasurer t ( , f "" "" t.-.., r-,.. ..p. ODOOnODDODODOnODODODOnODOnonODODODOCOCd Si , , n Road Now The Owned State by OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY OCT. 9TH Austin Sant. 97. A o-Antlo. ... r ' - - man hv the nam a of Wnllor wna Athens. His awut tne capitoi today with re- sick and he srard to the purchase of the state railroad. He Called upon Governor Colquitt and while the governor refused to discuss the matter, it was learned the he offered no definite proposition, though the governor...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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