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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 31 October 1912

laoaOQODODOaoaoaoaODODODODODODOQODODOQODO n O m w w . u o u o u ) u COMPANY 8 o Lumber, Sash, Doors, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Posts, o Blocics. Class, Paints and Coal n o PHONE 311 A. VI. RAVAR, Manager O oDODoaoDODoaoDODoaoaoaoDODODOQODODODoaoaonoa:oDODODOQoaoooDoaoDoaonoaoQoaoDoaoooa nOCOCODOnoaOQODODODODODODODODODODODOQO Democratic Nominees Following are the nominees of the Democratic primary, who are now subject to the general election in November, and whose announcements appeared in this faper before the primary: 'or District Judge: W. R. SPENCER. For District Attorney: G. E. LOCK HART. For County Judge: E. K. HAYNES. For County Attorney: R. A. SOWDER. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: W. II. FLYNN. For Tax Assessor: H. K. PORTER. For County Treasurer: R. H. WILSON For County and District Clerk: J. A. WILSON. For Surveyor: H. G. GUINN. For Hide and Animal Inspector: BOB JASPER. For Commissioner Precinct 1: R. A. BARCLAY. For Commissioner Precinct 2: C. A. JOPLIN. For Commissioner Pr...

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. — 31 October 1912

OUR DRUG STORE carries a large stock of thofmost wanted toilet rnmFnrts and conveniences, as wen as a vanea assorti s a large stock ot thofmost rts and conveniens, as w rnitpfesh X I WOE DRUGS. Comd in ad sec tbthings wc supply that makelhc Jftth a plrgjc. Our ftrodcriptioXlepartment is under expert dircct'n LUBBOCK DRUG CO. j WW WW PHONE 152 s wwOCwwwwwwwwwwwwwwWwo () ) ) () o FARMER'S INSTITUTE State Department Furnishes Iti nerary of Directors Lubbock November 9th. iniAtUWPER Mil c men per A. J. ToVAPV un to date n Rver. Plc- 'ically Framed. th Side Square Fhone 269. CLIFTON H. JARRETT WEDS Young Druggist of Canyon Married to Granbury Lady Sunday, September 20th. Clifton H. Jarrett, of the Holland-Jarrett Drug Co., left Fridav for Granbury without the knowledge of only a few in the city and was married Sunday morning af 6:30 to Miss Lem Mitchell. Granbury is Mr. Jar rett'a former home and he and Miss Mitchell have known each other for years. The wedding was attended by only the i...

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. — 31 October 1912

t Stock Notca RANDALL COUNTY I Ooanty Nwa: Trus Gray living in the south part of the county, sold a steer last week which was 18 months Old, weighed 1000 and brought f 111.72. He also had a bunch of 'calves which weighed 485 and brought $32.73. J. B. Greenfield, from west of the county, says he had some ealves on the Kansas City mar ket last week and received $28.41 each. They weighed 421 and sold at $6.75 U. L. Hitchcox has just receiv ed returns on some calves and yearlings he shipped to Kansas City last week. The calves sold at 7 cents, weighed 555 and brought $38.85 each. The year ling steers brought $49.00 each. Weights considered, this beats any record for high priced cattle yet reported in this county. J. T. Holland returned from Colorado City with 99 head of Durham heifers last week and has sold them to C. R. McAfee. Mr. McAfee has a large amount of feed on his place south of the city and will teed this bunch this winter. CROSBY COUNTY John Klintr, one of Crosby ton's best f...

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. — 31 October 1912

() o a ) () IC3IC3vlJ A I "HSU N 1 cXahast? I S CREAM OF THE PAFJS FLJ0UR. The Best By Test. 'POm-E BY SC 'SOIN PHONE 243 () ccococccococococooocococococococococorcocooococococococococcoococococccccc WWW WW I ' a A A I SRIK Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges CROSBY COUNTY ton Rvt: W. Patton, engineer on the pnger trains, Nos. 1 and 2 the Crosbyton-Southplains -oad has been taking st for a day or bo and us he will leave shortly for ingham, Ala., where he kdsit for about 30 dayr. v. J. L Elliott of Lubbock, All his regular appointment 'rosbyton Sunday night. Elliott is a Cumberland jhyterian and his congrega- is always glad to have a? of the people of the city to d these services that can lily do so. He is one of the gest preachers in Texas .ou are invited to hear him ay night. Ernest Perkey from Ro- has been in Crosbvton this and has purchased two f maize which he is ship to his town for I he farmers, 'erkev tells us that he likes lains fine and that some day ay U'come identi...

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. — 31 October 1912

f- ( T H K A V A LjA N I J 11 I -tl , BEKJtSS REASEO WITH TEW9 ri'HLINIIKU KVEIIY Tlll'KHDAV HY THIS A V A LAN C 1 1 K 1UMLINIIIN( I.NtmUIOKATIc.! CO. JAMKS L. )W, KDITOK Kulered at the I'uatoitlce at Lubbock, Texaa, for trfiNmlwtiun through tin falls is toconcl class matter. One Year 11.00 SUHSCKllTlON RATIOS: (Strictly In Advance) Sll Month 60i a dvbhtihinu Katkh: Locals 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlMMiirnls lb cent per single column Inch per week; social rate on year contracts. Cards of thanks, reanlutlnnt. Obituaries, (other than wrlttenby ourselves. 1! 1-2 cent per Mne. Church adverttsmenta, where a revenue lit derived therefrom, 6 cent per line. Professional card 11.00 per month or tio per year ir paid in advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TKXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOKKIt 31, 112 I Herlln, flermany: The flerman ftre , eminent ht-hcen making di'epernte ' effort to sti-m the tide of emigration to the t'nlted 8tatea by (pending mil- ' Hons of ...

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. — 31 October 1912

Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Ith MM SI. ff l K AIKtSU, M thf rnnn.H Ihw a-! f tttm Wmm-w. t atUrrt) p or nitifffi- RED CROSS DRUG & JEWELRY STORE ml in ofttir to ir II you mitl uar 11 I itr w iai Wi t rtt illy. lt IiIimhI ftml iltiirftit w ml a iMk 0intl of ttM tM phy'lrlaua h l'iUf ir -mr riill"l '-A-U r j ACT - - -Mi if It I It U nxtiii UU feixn eiifTitHfirit villi ih If r. arllfitf lrrtly l 1 rmirMMiN iri'i rfti-l mtntiltitll f ttt pntdnrra hkIi wsmlrrfiil re 1 l ft 1trt. i uiMtt ill I t( jH) I ur Store ' - - iaB t lit cunntf oMtjirrh Hmi1 rr UnmimtitU, fv. Mold fmrtfit. pfit 7 , Ukfl Ainiir I'Hii fur enttlpaUdOi I r l A .. T 7T r ,TrI Blondin Show The Blondin Show was a visit or in Lubbock Monday and Monday nipht, and showed the Indian, Cowboy and Iady at night to a large and apprecia tive audience. This is' a jrood play and Mr. Blondin has a good company who understand the play. Thoso who attended are very loud in their praisfl of the excellent music1. JUr. Blon din has one of t...

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. — 31 October 1912

Program of the Lubbock County Teachers' Institute To be Held at the Lubbock High School Building December 16th to December 20th, 1912 MONDAY, DKCKMHKR K, 1912 9:00-10:00 Opening Exercises; Invocation Rev. Word; Wel come Address Prof. NVester; Response I'. M. Faulkner. 10:0O-ll-0O-Addreas; Supt. Haynes Organization and Enroll ment. 11:00-12:00 -The New Certificate Law P. F, Prown lf:001:30-Noon Intermission 1:30-2:00 -Fundamental Principles in Primary Teaching Mrs. Wester 2:00-2:40-Defects in Teaching Arithmetic H. P. Webb 2:40-3:20 Language in Intermediate Grades Mrs. F. V. Krown, discussed by Miss Agnes Mahoney 3:20-4:30 -Chapters I, II. III. Sutton & Horn's "School Room Essentials," lesson conducted bv Trof. Welter TUESDAY, DECKMBER 17, 1912 9:00-0:20-Devotional Exercises, conducted by Baptist Pastor 9:20-10:00 Moral Attitude of Teacher P. M. Faulkner 10KX):10.30-Practical Agriculture in the Public Schools .. .J. S. Grant 10:30-11:00-Written Examinations, Their Uses and Abuses...

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. — 31 October 1912

Ifi-V - ' ' OTH REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS PIERCE BR XWTTLE " IIMHMIIMIHH M"WW '""""""""WHMMWWHHtfWMWMHMM oLA I UN NtWb HtMb ton to make their home. Thev DON'T PROFBSSIONA SLATON Or. 0. JUA . Natiofl M Limbic Office Fir LLKNUJOi: KNTT fa! Bank Bid's:. So. 209 k, Texan PImm Oflle 10 DR. V Office over Lubbock, 1 J V.MUSI Luboc APIN '-T k State Bank Texas HALL Drug Store residence i m fF iHrsicuxx aid f Omft staf ' I'honea Orle i: Liiftia k, Texas J. T.iiiifiji Eye. I &r. Sjr o. iy General ! R'Xm in fimt LL'UDOCK. Hampton Stock Damaged by Fire. Paul-Cleek Nuptials-Other Items From The Slatonite. DISASTROUS FIRE Fire broke out in W. II Hampton & Son in the Helms brick building: Wednes day evening about 6:30 o'clock, but the prompt assistance of townsmen and the tho water tank in that block en abled those in the store to put out the fire before if gr.iinod uf. ficient headway to start a con flagration. An imm...

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. — 31 October 1912

ELECTION TUESDAY Tho general election is near at hind again. Next Tuesday Is the time on which the pccple of the United States ah all aclect a president and the result is be ing watched with keen Interest throughout the United States and in fact the entire protestant world is interested in the out flome of this election. Many viaura hM A to the effect the probable change of adminis tration will have on commerce. Much speculation is being had as to who will be the successful man for the chief executive's place, but there is no way for us to tell and we merely wait wtn the result of next week's ballot We believe the Democrats have a fine chance to win, though wiser heads say it will be Taft Main and others Roosevelt. The Drimary in July practically aettled the election in Texas so far as officials from Governor dnum tn the humblest office of the precinct in the county are concerned. However, there are four amendments to the state constitution to be voted on as follows: i No. 1. Sectio...

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. — 31 October 1912

n Seie You Money If you will lot me florurc vour lalll for n Dry Goods and Groceries r r l .ww cr. "in cii-uwc "kmi un uny nnicie in my store. i i y uun imiiioviHii me wnen intown. v The Cash Beirpreiln D. C. WORSHAM, Proprietor V The Texas Penitentiary System By Will If. Mayes. This is the fifth of a series of articles on the Texas Peniten laries and prison farms, the laws governing same, treatment fire a few months ago that burned a large part of the in dustries at Iluntsville. It does not know, though, how quickly have van- business manage-1 the signs of that fire of prisoners, ment of the system, suggested , ished and in what a marvelously improvements, etc. I short time most of the indus- Conditions in every respect ! tries have been started. None are apparently better in the! of them are in as good buildings Iluntsville penitentiary than as they should have, nor do they elsewhere in the system. This have the conveniences thev might be expected because it is i need, but they ap...

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. — 31 October 1912

W X f i Oh YoLlHome MaSLard It's cheaper thun-ipo)otttr of It's made in our own snp pM)ure nog rat ana auso- lutely iuruajnt S! v.rs sanitary pai 31. V is. i: ut up in nice Ao Have Pure Jersey Sepa rated Cream Butter As fine as you ever eat; ask for it. Fresh Pish and Oysetrs EVERY WEEK II () o () () QU ococccccccccccccococooc T H 111 A V A I , A N C I I i: I'UBLIHIIKD KVRK V THUIUtDAY BV THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INOOHl-OHATBD CO. JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Postofflce at Lubbock, Teiw, tfIU m second clans matter. for transmission lliroujrh the SU BSC III IT 1 0 N KATES: (Strictly lu Advance) Sli Months 50c One Year lioo AUVKiti iHiNu Uatbs: Locals 10 cents pr line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlsemenU 15 cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrlttenbv ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsmenU, where a revenue is derived therefrom, 5 cents per line. Professional cards 1.00 p...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 31 October 1912

o o o o o u o M o o IF . Attorney W. H. Bledsoe, who transacted business in Houston Inst week, returned homo Fri day. C. R. Dickinson was in the city from his home at Meadow Friday. SAVE YOUR MONEY WHILE YOU ARE YOUNG Do you ever wonder where all the money sroes? Rent taken a mighty big part of it. Do you intend to keep on the rest of your life pay inir somebody for the right to occupy a spot of earth: Have aCice 3 room I Mnt aafl back txftclrr lofe. 4ell tad shay trees; $750. pedfnonthA V M ice roof oot lot, Vin $950.00; oute, three mill, nice 00; $12.50 n (fa low, 55 in ana well, terms. $5,000 residence, one of the beat town. Sell or trade. Would take small residence as first payment. 3 small residences, tell cheap, take wagon and team as first payment on either. 9 room residence, 2 lots, rood state of repair, $1325. Apod LOUIS A. ROB SO OFFICE CITIZENS KATIOJIAL BAXX BUIIDIX3 Society Items BY MRS. D. ROniNSON Church Notes coDooacacoDocococooococococococococococo o. , n MERRY WIVE...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 31 October 1912

WITHOUT INSURANCE fl Arc might destroy your residence nnd leave you homele.M. Our computer to take the risk. S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY INSURIJ TODAY. HI n f J 1 i. CICH 3 EST 1 H4 ERS PILLS I M'' II llll M, A r in tin I l I'M. I A ( . ?)KlbGISlSlVimtHLRE TEXTBOOKS ALL CHOSEN head of tho department of writ inur and drawing, Indiana State :c..- D....uiiu rii.i. ' Nrmnl f? !inol. and iuLlihrd by course consist of the beginner's. Work of Selection -Books Will Cost $12,000,000 j book and seven others, each cost- The emains of Thomas M. CoIlirM were laid to rest in the Lubbock Cemetery Sunday after , ing .v. oo With i The story of Cotton was the : . . . i . m il . i. . . i. a oniy one 01 me ixkiks 10 after- be adopted unanimously. Austin Tex.. Oct the adoption made this noon, the State Textbook Hoard j For Elements of Agriculture nracticallv completed its work of jail members of the board except noon at 2:30. Rev. Lane conduct-! selecting a course of textbooks! Mrs. Little voted for its...

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. — 7 November 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE OLUME XIII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912 NUMBtR 18 IS W00DR0W WILSON AND THOMAS R. MARSHALL ARE THE VIC TORIOUS STANDARD BEARERS DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE I II f " . Church Notes WILSON HAS 410 ELECTORIAL VOTES OUT OF 531 Progressives Receive Over 100 Taft Seemingly Had No Show And Received Only 12 Electorial Votes 3 States Being Placed To His Credit - A Heavy Vote Polled New York, Nov. 6. Overturn-1 election in Illinois. Longworth insr hi? Republican majorities in was reelected in Ohio. the states never before captured mo vote recorded by Democrats in a presidential! In the majority of states the election, the Wilson! Marshall ' vo'e was larger than at any pre ticket was swept in to office y ester- ".ions presidential election and the dav on the wave of a victory final returns on the actual num tl.at carried with it s'ate (Hires, j !."r of ballots cast f-r the threp conrfrrss'oral sea's and control f candidates is expected to exceed a n...

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. — 7 November 1912

Lots of Racket All The Time I mean Racket Goods. If you have not visited my store you do not know uhnt grent variety of RACKET GOODS I keep on Hand. You can get nearly anything you want In this line nt my store, :::::::: I Want Your November Grocery Bill Too. J. H. MOORE, The Close Price Store THE AVALANCHE rt'llLIKUKU KVEKY THUHHDAY HV THE AVALANCHK PUHMSIIINO INOOKI'OKATKD CO. JAM KS L. DOW, KDITOR litiTed at tin: l'o. ".otllce at LuMxx'k, Texan, for trarinmliMlori through the Mill a second class mailer. One Year Hl.rto (Strictly In Advance) Sl Months TELLS IT SCARY There has been no little won derment in this part of the country as to why so many mover's wagons have been pass ing through the past several weeks from the weBt. Sheriff Dcaton is in a position to ex plain it. He returned Tuesday - from a week s stay in the west, ! and told an Empire reporter that 5c the conditions from Sweetwater ! to Lubbock were simply dread ful from the effects of drouth. ADvntTiHiNM liATKh Locals...

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. — 7 November 1912

pcococccccococccccccocccocccccocccccoccccrcocccococcccccccccc----------- o Oh You Home Mad () We Have Pure Jersey Sepa rated Cream Butter As fine as you ever eat; ask for it. Fresh Fish and Oysetrs EVERY WEEK It's cheaper than Compound, better tio in our own shop of pure hog fatan () 0 lutely Guaranteed, put up i ) ) ) sanitary pails. ) Ptyfnad n ' f 11 w 5 Jil 11 Y XL il J Y MIX. HJLJ 11 Proprietor ( OCOCOOOCOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOCOOOCOCOIOOOOOOOOOOCOCOCOOOCOQOOCOOCOCOCCCOCOCOCOO I . '""X. I , J. C. Johnson, a Prominent I AI! nnrtif f!avinr di-Kin'mr citizen of Crosbyton. spent a few businesy affairs witfJ me, are hours in our city Friday. requ)'l to take lJ matter up W . II. Milk who has hemern- wi,fV" fl"n' ,l ,!-arhart. ployerl l.y the Crosbyton Review not T,th m d"Jp V- l'- r:r for some time, passed through nart 1 4l our city Saturday on Ms wty to i Hon White of Cmshyton. was his former home at Santa Anna, j over between trains Friday. DIKE'S COMPOUND IRON TONIC BITTERS This r...

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. — 7 November 1912

..ft I I ML COMMISSIONER'S AUTHORITY mo I Powder ! f" Fur thin ii (lit iMktnii nowOrr th.it "makciuhe hMkini; better." lea vena the 9 food evenly I pu III a Surveyor Guinn Oueitionj Land Commissioner's Authority on Some Questions The following article appeared in Sunday's Dallas News: The News of Oct. 6 published an article from Land Commis sioner Robison, discussing large land holdings in Texas. One might infer from thie article that Mr. Robison is somewhat con cerned in finding a svHtem by which these large bodies of land ran be blocked into small tracts and put on the market, thus de veloping into a farming country the many thousand acres held as large ranches. Hut, on the other hand, I note that Mr. Robison fails to discuss a very material question relative to these large bodies of land, viz: the interest that the school fund may have in them. As an official surveyor it be comes necessary that I shall be come familiar with the laws gov-1 the survey waa made by me up on the groun...

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. — 7 November 1912

-4 SIATON NEWS NOUS IIOW I 111 T If TLl. W nf-rriM M 'KKtml r4lf rwrt M. f f rl in i rin II HI J r ov ... - II I ': 'II f A Hill .1 I '-. i BUI 1ST i i m W 'I BMII Mai.: .to" : i' - a i i a f m m mry i imj r r i 1 1 i - i . m m , -t -jjjp fr2CaL-4 "A v The Best American Families Use .Cote's H& Mast, $ o hns no scrva nts) is the nnc who :ipjrcci:itcs the ninny "handy features embodied only m sfu'turcr ( f this r.irwc tLiims to have embodied f.-ih;r...r, sti;r- wlicii nuhiii-r this iii.irvvl cf rnnge this ranc. ic mam rr-.fed l)V users tlrj hou ..v ixc..' Coir trur tioii. Cole's Hot Dhst Ctc! .vr.rgc cmbodie-. evjry feature of convenience and durability contai;; . d in Every niallcahtc ranrf; rr.adc. Every cast iron ranco made. Every other cooking stove or range at any price. In addition, there arc (l) special and ;:..r.:od fe.it.tiro:; embodied in Cole's Hot Blast Rane which arc not to lie had i:t any other 'make or stj-Ie rane or stove at any price. Consider this, and then wc be...

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. — 7 November 1912

1 ! "" ' nn I -,WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWVW r r r r rw - - allThe SUNLIGHT COAL weVe ever sold we've never yet had a complaint. .Try .a ton of O rAINCY inui us neiier man ine urumury lump ui uuici mmus j) NOBODY 5ELLS SUNLIQMT BUT US j 1 1 .....fcfcN',''o' CODODODODODODODODODODODODODODOaoaopOOODO . n Buggies u o u o o o o n I have a full and complete line of MOLING BUafllllS, HACKS AND SUR- O RIES. If In need of any of them call and Inspect my line. I also handle a complete line of HARNESS. Will be glad to see you. : : :0 O GREENHILL OLD STAND NORTH SIDE SQUARE O g LUBBOCK. TEXAS O onoDOEonoDODononoDonononononononoooDonoD J. 0. Walton made a business trip to Sweetwater the first of the week. AtlGELL'S COMEDIANS 3 NIGHTS ONLT COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 18th Everything new hut the name. Beautiful special scenery and costumes. Specialties that please. ADMISSION 25,c 35C AND 50C Don't forget the name the place the time. FN n SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE EVEBY SATURDAY CALL AT THK FOLLOW ING MERC...

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. — 7 November 1912

! " l-Asr ynH i csFFn Our lNIevfc, If you have not, you should do so before making your Dry Goods and Notion purchases for Fall Aearfe haffiany new articles to show and invite y6u to call and see what we have to offer. Store conviently located on JNfffwest cofoer of the Square. THE IDEAL T ooclsP ondi wiA Surij The Texas Penitentiary System Hy Will II. Mayes. t r.r " U This in the sixth of a scrips of ljru,j!articles on the Texas Peniten iy. t taries and prison farms, the laws governing same, treatment 01 prisoners, Misin.ss management of the system, suggested wi ry llprovemerits. etc. CI II The State is engaged in farm ing on a largo scale. There it a small farm of some three hun dred and fifty actts near Husk and close hy the penitentiary there. It is handled quite con veniently with the convicts kept within the Rusk walls. I arn not informed whether this farm is self sustaining, or not, hut there is no douht that under the management of a practical east Texas farmer it could lie ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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