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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 January 1913

Fire Insurance Loans! A tl A acts STUBB5 & ADAMS fiflce: Guarantee Abstract & Title Company. Lubbock, Texas o Til K A V A IAN(,-H U HEALTH OF THE CHILD CCOf0OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOCOOOCOOOOOOOCOCOOO( ri'lil.l.HIIKIt rVKUV TIII'KMMV MY THIS AVAI,ANCIIK 1'UHIJSM1N(J IM IIKI'OIMTKII CO. JAKS L. lOVV, KMTOK. Vatrnvl at Mm I'oMoitice at l.ulilioclt, TV:s. for tninsitiUilrin Hi ruutfli Mi o m woonrl class mailer. SI'BSClMmoN UATKS: Otar Tf.-ir II mi (Strictly In Advance; Sli Months SOr Medical Authority Calls Attention to Dangers That Menace the School Children. SFlour-Flour-Flour Washington. Dec. 21. child healthy ? If he is in school and s your AvrK-tiiiit I ; a rich-- IxH-a's U ceiiis r line nich tMMcrtiDii. I'Uplay- d ; r(,jvmLP . ni., the nrdinnrv mlserm-nts ir rrnU prr slnlc o.lmnn Inch per w.-ek; siwial rules on me unimiirj is re-atten tion paid to Hchool children, he 8 O Remember we have a big stock oL ruuui which is recntfniiKTl lis tbrbest agents for this flour a the opportunit...

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. — 10 July 1913

; HIE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE f "-turned lew ...l . LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913 I 1HI CITIZEfJ BUY 'r IT HOME CALLS SPECIAL SESSION YOUR SUPPLIES FROM HOME PEOPLE IF YOU EXPECT TO DEVELOP THE COUNTRY R1CTICE THE GOLDEN RULE IN BUYING MERCHANDISE The State Legislators are Sum moned to Convene July 21 to Atone for Delinquencies Austin. July 7. -Governor Col quitt today issued the following proclamation: Whereas, the thirty-third legislature adjourned the regular THE CIVIC LEAGUE Interesting Meeting Held Saturday Mrs. Wheelock Resigns as President The Civic Iague met in regular session at the court house last Saturday and quite a good attendance was had. Mrs. Wheelock the president and Mrs. Craig, vice president being ab- LUBBOCK SCHOOL ONE OF THE BEST PEOPLE ARE CO-OPERATING NICELY WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD AND IMPROVEMENTS ARE BEING MAOE 1 session thereof without making 'sent Mrs. F. C. Stubbs was 'appropriation for the support of selected as temporary chairman the ...

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. — 10 July 1913

E A V ALA NO H K n I ARE MOT SLAVES OF FASHION rrilMMIKD EVKKY TllfKfDAY BY AVALANCIIK PUHL1HIIINO IM)()HIOMATKU CO. ' i in China wan Can Dress at I Pltaact Without Attracting ! Attention, Ha JAM h!8 L. f)(,W Kntdred at tin IVmlnfflra at 1 .11 'I'viu for I ruriKtn tklf)fi tlirouvh tlm Malls it second class matter. One Yer n.oo Sf'llSCKIITION KATKS: (Strictly In Advanca) Sis Months Mc AIivkk''HNu iutk: Locals Ki cents per line each Insertion. Hsplay- ad wfaenieiits 16 cents per hlrile column Inch per week; special rate on Jsr contract. frr of thanks, resolutions. Obituaries, (other than "nttenby ourvlvea. 2 1-2 centa per line. Church ad vert lumen ta, where revenue In dor I Ted therefrom, 5 centa per line. Professional cards 11.00 P" month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Husiness Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK. 1'KXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 30, 1IU3 PRINTERS INK Printer's ink in a great sales man, an it is 'the cheapest ri) m matm r inaMrtant nan omn nit It carries the message ...

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. — 10 July 1913

..-10000 UUUUUvuwM- - (I Jeneral Mcrcliantliae.r JC8tPxices pa i (1 f or,C6ii n try Prod u cc. PHONE 375. the water and trie climate. Mm. Heatley and two children, Mrs. C. C. Cothes, of Sem;nole, wnat more ao we want: we or riainview, are visiting at the who has been visiting at Crosby. want the get-together-spirit, rot Chamber of Commerce Column TIIK OMMt NITY SPIRIT One of the things which a stranger notices on coming intoa community, aside from the general appearance of the streets and buildings, in the spirit which prevarie - the community spirit. l'lon that spirit depends the attitude of the stranger, whether he caret to remain, invent hid money, and make it hid home. What ia community spirit? It NO GAMBLE THE USE OF WOOD is the composite of the spirit of the individuals of the commu nity. In other words, each indi- only in a part, hut the whole. New, altogether, "1'USH!" And keep it up, everlastingly, eternally! (let the thought, "I am a part of the Community Spirit." Cko. W. ...

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. — 10 July 1913

'ink A V A L A N O H E u I'VIILISIIBD BVKUY TIIUIISDA V BY VAL.ANCIIK PUBLISH ING INCOMI-OHATKl) CO. EDITOR. r s"lrwi at'tlia I'oatomcii at Lublxjck, TeiM, fur tratiHtrilaalon throuKli V la iccotid claaa matter, One Vr ii.oo S('US:KirTION KATES: (Strictly In A(ivanp! Mil Month 5c auvkhtirino KAi-itn I.ocl HH'hiiU per Hue liiaertion. Ulsulay- ad vt!rtlMmrnU 15 rents w.t almWi column Inch pt-r week; special rate on J"'rcoiitract. Carta of thank, reaolutlotn, Ohlt'iiirit-s, (other than .rltttnby ourwlvc. l-'i cent per line. Church iiilvertlatiintiU, where Aevcnui' U derived therefrom, ft rents per line. Profcwlonal card il.oo Prr month or 110 per year If pal'l In advance. tike coiismunoiiAL oans To t! Voted on July 19 Relate to the Judiciary, to the Papent of Salaries to Officers, and to the Issuance cf Bonds by the Legislature. Tt)r are three Italy 19, mil. i. rniiatltutlnnul amendment to b nlec on R-iluritav, Phones j Husiness Office 11 I Residence 212 .UpOOK, fKXAS, THUKSIMV, Jl'LV....

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. — 10 July 1913

78" rJbnoaonoaonoaoaoaoDoaoDODoaonoDODODODionoaoDoaonoaonoDODODODoaoooaoncaoacacacp LUBBOCK GRAIN AND COAL O O u o u o o u o o o a o a EAST BR6A0WAY PHONE 194 A big Stock f Grajn. Hay, Feed Stuff of All Kinds. Also WholesaJeltfur arid Me&l. A Good SunnlvoKCoaJ Always' oh HaLnd. rr 4 1 ; Town Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Pert V oonepoBoaogononoaonoponopoBogonopogonoDosPononQPononoaoDonoooDODononoDoaoBonoonon P K O FliS S I ON A L Dr. ('. M. HALLKNMKIl : !kntht Office hrt National (tank lild'g. 'I rli'plionn No. "! Lubbock, Texan i Ml. U. .1. MALI, I'lll-li'MI Al SfK(ir'f Office 11(1 ('runs Pharmacy iMKivt-u ) Office 171 I MONKS: j ,,.(,,,. w Lubbock. Texan 1 U ( MAS. K. CI.AVION I'lir-H IAS ASK SfKi.H'V UmVen at Lnblmck Srtiiitn rinm ati'l by a I 'jM'int nif ii t ! n vr Ue.l Cn s Initf Store. I'lUHlH o' DUS. IIUlt'HINSOV at.d TKKItr.Ki: .1 T MMTf HINStiN, w u V.yr, Kr, N mi 1 hrt. t) r I'FKBI.FR. . . tfirl M"lirini Bti'l Surforjr. Rnim in F'irtt Nitional Hank Hid (t Lt'RP'N'K...

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. — 10 July 1913

T IS A SILO? It might be said in answer that it is a device whereby a farmer may turn his livestock into a field of green corn iaf. fir, milo, cowpeas or alfalfa every day in the year. The Ames Portable Silo is to feed stuff what the preserv ing: jar it to food Huff. It preserves them while they are in season for use when they are out of season. Green feed placed in it is preserved and retains its succulence indefinitely. With an Ames Portable Silo a far awe may kefp on a few acres a large herds as his neighbor wiaout a lAo can ' keep on a large ranch. Silage is a fattening Is wed as mainten ance ration. j ? A J , : Two years ago a government test ot feOinf value of silary was made in Donley county One lot o ' steers- was J silage with a little cotton seed meal. AnQtUr lot of 25 pM fed cotton seed meal and huTjs. The tilt"? fed lit gairftd a little more than two pounds cr day, whil'the rleal aJ hull fed lot gained a little less thi two pounds. Tve ailcre fed lot sold at $6.25, the m...

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. — 10 July 1913

7 , MI j III Misses' Skirts V r We have just received a new ship ment of Msies 5kirts and ask that you calf and ses-them. We have also receKed many otier new thfnirs, And plendfd bargains pre- vaif. : 1 WIIEf LOCK'S DRESS SHOP F. E. WHEELOCK, Proprietor. Church Notes Neighboring County News From Oar Exchanges CROSBY COUNTY IUIIi ftamw A protracted mating: will be com men fed in our town Thurs day night before the second Sun day in July. Kev. W. II. Stephens, an eminent Cumber land Presbyterian divine, of New Mexico, assisted bv the pastor, will do the preaching. jers meeting of the Brownfieid (State p.ank and said he trot between 10,000 and 11.(100 pounds I of wool and with all the legisla tion at Washington, wool wss ranging from 12 to 18 cents per pwnd. ! Mr. Sam got in from where a successful operation wss ap- in W will bit glmi to mJi) any an ( nuunrt-mrnu of Church &rvlev, I'ro- (rami, In thin rolumn frr of charge, when no revnun in rnrflvwl I from tn wrviiva. - Kilitor. ' ...

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. — 10 July 1913

cDcacacaoncacacaonoDononoDoDonononoaonoDionoaoQOPocoDonoaoaoaonoDoaoaonoaonononoa The People of Texas Are Not Asked bora Cent bor hither o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o o SITPRJ'I M VER Why not give these Institutions the Opportunity tpt)evelop their Own Resources? 5 a THE STATE 0 UroOlOLU o o n sf HELP THE A. & M. COLLEGE AND THE SWTE fiORMALS. THE FARMER SECURE BETTER ROADS, BETTER SCHOOLS AND GOOD WAREHOUSES, o You Can Do All This By Voting For The Educational Amendment on JULY 19 READ THE BALLOT SCRATCH THE LAST PARAGRAPH o n o a o O o D o a o a o o a O a nononononoDonoDononoaonooonoooDonoDODODo:goDoaonooononononoaoaoDODonoaoPogoPQPOPo THE EXPERIMENT ASSOCIATION as an advertisement of their i business, and urunrantee of their Superintendent Cory of Lubbock ! Station Will Address Farmers' j Congress July 29th standing." At first membership wan re cruited from those who secured pure-bred seed (trains from the t'. S. Department of Agriculture. With the exception of five lots l!ev...

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. — 10 July 1913

17 r J. B. PRYOR COrltMCTOR FOR CEMENT AND CONCRETE W9K OF ALL KINDS, j OFFICE NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE UBSOCK. TEXAS-i PHONE 189 ' dealer may ship or carry limiora flow's 1hi? P. F. Paiire. of Dallas, general to any persona within the limits yjTZZ "T'ZJZX W.lwnt for the Cibraltar Life In- or the county or lubdivimon of; me county m wnicn it is atitnor with 1' Ut.ln f 4..III.- WM Hill l.uillr I' II. lor raanllnlM. J.ed to do business. 1. Licens ed dealers may ahip to licensed dealers at any point in the Btate. Any person violating the pro visions of the act shall he con-; fined in the penitentiary for not ' C. L Seatrraves colonization less than one nor more than aent for the Sunta Fe system Hirce years. Any corporation accompanied hv H. M. Bainer. Aubry McLarry, who haa been employed by the Lubbock Druif Company as prescription clerk haa resigned his position and has Rne into Yoakum county to re 141 atari rtMA . .' J L 1 .1 ... L ' L- L. . a. in nin'i mr v uic unmi romi- biuc (iii inn ...

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. — 10 July 1913

DON'T TAKE THE RlGK i r-1- i in usire vl id IMOI lOAMnc IN TMF ATRONRPflT CCJ impAnieson earth J S. P. ROBBINS & COMPAliyv Saving a Nickel at a Time During the Dallas Fair the 6treet cars of that city took in over half a million dollars, so wc have been told. A nickel at a time looks like a slow way to get money to some folks, but when a half million dollars can be gath ered in by the nickel route in a short two weeks, it looks as if it would be well for all of us to look more sharply atter nickels. It is an old maxium that if you take care of the nickels the dol lars will take care of themselves, and this proves the truth of it in short order. Several men have comfortable fortunes from mov ing picture shows in the cities. The shows get their money nickel at a. time, and it takes a good many dollars to keep them going, but it seems that the nickels come fast enough to run into dol lars very rapidly, when the man behind the window takes care of the nickels. Small amounts run into...

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. — 10 July 1913

SUmLJ COLDS I rapidly rdct'Dima stitngft Lf and illnt4i 4lf rtftrattH, bat Scoff i LmultiBn-yM promptly reljfve tWttJtj fcnd upbuild yotjr Jtrtufti to Arereaf ncLh IS. Eg OOTT IflWNI . ILAOHrrih i J II M Automobile Rules For Pedestrians Rule 1. I'edentrian croHsintr boulevards at nitfht shall wear a white litfht in front and a red jiffht in the rear. Kule 2. Pedestrians, before . . . a . ,1 . La - a L 1 . J a lurmnK in me rijini tir trie ifii, must give three short blasts on a horn at least three inches in di ameter. Kule .1. Pedestrians must, when an inexperienced automo bile driver is made nervous by a pedestrian, hide behind a tree until the automobile has passed. Kule 4. Pedestrians shall not carry in their pockets any sharp substances liable to cut automo .bije tires. Kule .r). Pedestrians shall not in dodinK automobiles run more than twenty miles an hour. Kule t). Pedestrians will not jbe permitted to emit cigarette 'smoke on any boulevard in a manner offensive to passengers ....

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. — 10 July 1913

I . Ill ( To the Grocer Trade of Lufo Ibock and, Tirade Territory: It is with pleasure that we present to you one of the most compile stocks of Groceries in the South Plairif country, and to not only say that it is prob ably the largest exclusive grocery stock in this section, but .the goods are strictly high class in every respect. The brands of goods handled by us are those that you know have tried and found to be strictly first cIAas they have to be, because the manufacturers guarantee is behind us. and we are not afraid to tell our customers that the goods are what we represent them, or your money back. - .a n a. -r iti a. A- - .a . . m a. . i . . es. You do not have to take just anything that we send you, Dut oniy tear wnica you warn. we never suDsmuie, anu snouiu any arutie prove in way unsatisfactory, we take pleasure in replacing it. Can you do this with the feign houses? No! We appeal to your good judgment and fair is m rrane ar nnme. i nere is not a single arvuiiiciii 111 ...

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. — 17 July 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17,1913 VOLUME XIV. NUMBER 2 t I UBBOCKS M VISITORS WHO COME HERE ARE AND THE ACTIVITY ftUT FEW TOWNS PRESENT ? UUI ILII Ullllu IILULll Prosp? ;t0'3 Are Ericouri(5-d by tie Mjn:frnt Bi a- Corstant'y Unde' Coj'"" of Construct on. Four Years Constat B -j 1 rf M "Luob'K-K's growth is marvel ous" were the words that ex pressed the feelings of one of the many visitor and prospector to the town this week: He had been here before several years ago, and had he not feen a constant reader of the Avalanche he would never have recognized in this town. Lubbock, and he was free to admit that though the Avalanche has heln out a magnificent picture of the de- velopment of the country and the building up of Lubbock, it had not in the least overdrawn the real conditions, and the im-; provemenfs were even greater than he had expected to find. Visitors are delighted to see this thrifty south Plains town and the activity that prevails i...

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. — 17 July 1913

T H K A V A JjA N O II K rt'HLiPirru r.vruv tiivkday by TIIK AVALANCIIK PUHLISH IN(J IMIIHrOHATKI) CO. JAMKS L. HOW, EDITOR. Knterrri at the 1'ot-tofflce t Lubtwck, Texa. fur transmission Hi rouh tlie Malta m keconrt cla-s matter. ; One Ymr 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month 50c kDvauiiHiNu it atm: Locals 10 cents per line each inncrtlon. Display- ad rertlsementa 16 cent put single column Inch per week; special ratt on pr contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions. Obituaries, (other than wnuenby ourselves. 2 1-2 centa per line. Church advertlsments, where revenue is derived therefrom, 5 centa per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones J Business Office 14 I Residence 242 LUBBOCK. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 17, 1H13 BOND ISSUANCE NOT SAFE Legislature Should Not be Given Unlimited Power to Increase Debt Says A. B. Wood plied. But the constitutional amend ment offered is vague. It j to stipulate, but grants the legis lature t...

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. — 17 July 1913

o n o n DIRECTORY (VirigrrMman Iflth IHat. - W. R Smith, WhinRton, I). C. Stn Senator-W. A. Johnnon, Mem fhi. T''f. Ketre.entativf IlKnrt lliatnrt. T. M Hartley, Tal.nka. la. IMSTRUT Col'RT. ('nrnenea in May ami Novenitier of rh year, iix weeka term. W. K. Senrer, i.ulilxiok, Texas, Jml(fr 72nd Judicial District. (5. K. I.mkhart. Tahoka. Tena. Attorney, 7'Jrnl .linlic-ial ln'rirt. ('('CNTY Cot'KT. (f.jju! ar tcrnm February. April, Ah KUKt ai l November. Kiraf MonilHy n earn month the Criminal llnrket i tak en up. K. R. Hnytiea. County Jucl)?e. K. A. Sunnier, County Attorney. .It'STIl K Col ItT THE PIT SILO Agricultural Commijjioner with the Rock Island TeMs how to Make ln epnive and Valuable Silos soil that it dry end not sand. It takes about three tons of silage fore each animal for the winter and one and a quarter tons per head for fattening steers. The capacity is as follows: Piameter feet 12 It Pepth feet ....20 ... 2.". :52 Capacity tons 38 71 ur, (II. M. Cottrell, Agricultural...

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. — 17 July 1913

THE A V A UNC II ITKLIXIIEU VSKY TUVIlMAV BY ' THE AVAL.ANCIIK lUHMSIIINO CO. INCOKfOKATKI) JAMKS L. I.W, Entered al t tie Postottlce at Luhtiock, Kail aa aecoml cIa.i matter. Sl'HSCRltTIOS RATES: (Strictly In Advance) One Year ll.oo 4 tveui" 4iN. Katks: Local 10 cnu i . . ... - i. ..,.1 ffs r rn t rit ('in u nr thaiiua. wrlttenby ourselvM. t l-2cenU per line. I liur-n aaymisrcenw, nt re a revenue u derived therefrom. 5 centi per line. I'rofesslonal cards 11.00 prr month or i0 per year If paid In Phones LUBBOCK, fKXAS, THURSDAY, Jl'LY, PfWi. H ALL ELECTION : Three counties in the Pan-j PRISES Vandle Hale. Hall and Wilbar-j We should never Rive prosper-will hold local option pooljpective enterprises discourage hall elections on the 19th inst. jment unless it is a known fact inis Din, we oeneve, is .juue Dooular with the poeple of this popular witntne poepie 01 section. it was in roauceu .nu worked to passage Dy our aena-iw tor W. A. jonnson. una, u c . , 1.. uj The New, no j reason w...

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. — 17 July 1913

SECTION TWO THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE O VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 17,1913 NUMBER 2 Popular Talks on Law Ky Walter K. Towers, A. H.t J. I)., of the Mich. Bar the rk;mt ok self defensk j himself he may not use more John Kice fell into a dispute . force than is reasonably necessary with Loren Devlin which rose to , under the circumstances. If you point where Rice rushed upon are assaulted you may strike Devlin and struck at him, back, but you may not strike though he failed to touch him. ! back more vigorously than is Thus assaulted Devlin took necessary to defend your person vigorous action and proceeded to j from the threatened attack. In pound Rice into a state of insen-1 this case Devlin was justified in ibility. The public prosecutor; resisting Rice. Rice having been proceeded against Devlin in a j resisted, and having ceased to criminal action for assault and attack, however. Devlin was not justified in continuing further. In doing so he became the ass...

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. — 17 July 1913

rt'HtlNUKD BVhT TDUHBt BY THE AVALANCHE IMJIJL.IHIUNO CO. l.VUOUl'OKATKU -MOVIES" FOR THE FAMILY Tim No! far Off WHM Peevlelee Will Mid In Horn fee Picture Shewe. A predWUoa may aafely be made .hat In the very near future provision will be niad" fr moving pletuia I" -r -.'T... "7T."T.."a..J. M irh tij. thi. hom. WkM a man derlde to Kiitered attlie J'oatomce av uummn, ...-...- JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR. " 7. " I . alalia m second ela matter One Year 11.00 St: BSC INITIOS RATES (Strictly lu Advance) Sii Month 5oc build a hue to coat, nay. $:r..too or nor. the architect will Plan Plc ture room In hl-h the family am! their iiiniti can enjoy a aeleri pro i ... .miiiiei inn. U mav - Bijaiii ifi in't-p. k""' - r,vi,HiN rtv'riw -Local lucent per line eacli ItiM'Hion. Display- ad , (.,,(1,1(.ciion with a dancing room vartCojenta 15 coiita per alnul" column Inch per welt; special rati on ; b ,(.rm,,U'.d In n.urli yir contract. Card of thanks, resolutions Obituaries, (other than i a projecting mach...

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. — 17 July 1913

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Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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