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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 7 1913 NUMBER 5 f CHOP PBDSPECTS LUBBOCK COUNTY LEADS THE STATE CROP PROSPECTS THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF FfEO ALREADY FOR HARVESTER Cot!on Looks Fine and Nothing Spurns in the Way of it Making the Record Breaker Crop of the Country. Farmers are Prosperous 3Luhbock County is counted j feet through 110 feet of water- among the fortunate this year 'beari.ig sand has developed even more so than usual. Though about 3 (m K(lion per minute always avemging woll as to crops . . ... ... . he surpasses herself thin year i Th ter rises to w.th.n . feet Some of the best crops of katJir of the surface. The company is corn milu maize Indian corn planning to put down several coUon. peanuts etc. wen on more wells and develop'their the plains are found here. .;. k.idir.r Mr. J. I!. Posey has 1 10 acres planted in Spanish peanuts which will bring him bit; money. He intends after cutting for hay to fed the entire crop to hotfs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

T H K A V A ITHLIHIIKP BVHIi TIll'ltrDAY BY THK AVATiANCIIK PUHLIHHINO INC)HI'OMATICD JAMKS L. IH)W KDITOU. Entered it the I'ostofflce at Lubbock Teiaa for transmission throuKh the Malls a 'conit claaa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: One Year !.oo (Strictly In AOVBimiNi KAT:-Local 10 cent wrtlitenieriu 1ft cent oer single column Inch per week; apeclal year font met fanla or ttianKa nttenby ourelea. i l-2cenu per a revenue U derived therefrom ft per monni or iu j Phones LUBBOCK TKXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 7 IT'S THKPROrER THING An effort will be made to tret Brownfield and Lubbock to buy the Brownfield-Lubbock Auto road and make it a free line as tourists are bejrinnmjr to roar: about the $1.00 that is charged to run over : Tpprv l onntv ! Herald. It's the proper thing to open up the road. Whether it be the proper caper to buy the old road or not but from what we have heard it is not right to be com- pelled to pay a doliar or even a quarter to travel over the road especially in the condition ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

Fancy Teitole Supplies and Racket Goods I AM lKI:l'AKI:lTO I URNISM YOUR TAItlJ; WITH ANYTHING YOU NI:I:IJ FOK M-AKFAST OINNKK OK M'Pf'rlW AND WITH TNI; VliRY IH-ST li I III- MARK!-T Al -0Rf)5. PIIONI: US AND FIND OUT WHAT Wl: MAVIJ Racket Goods Too i t x : Nsqwfr J. H. MOORE The Close Price Store 39 : f CLEARANCE SALE PRICES CONTINUED AT THE MERCANTILE A harvest of low prices on this season's merchandise for quick selling. Goods must be sold in season in which they are bought. All figured and stripped I-awns and Uatistes worth up to 20c all at one price 1 A per yard I UU Tissue Gingham in com- plete line of checks stripes and solids. 2fc values 10 A ...... I 31 now Uig reductions in plain and fancy Voiles 25 to JjOc values 0C 1 to )JU no Knickerbocker ("hecks fcpecial per yard A pron 7!c 27-inen Lily Por- cales per j ard 7!c A A Advertiser Wenching sold below value fur ad vertising pur- pose per yard 10c New esse You res ding- hams on sale 1 fl IUL. per yard Csm of new Sterling Shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

TH E A V A n nLioiiw) vur Tnuimor by THK AVALANCHE PUHL.IHIIINO CO. IM'llKI'OKATICt) KD1TOH. JAM F.S f. IOW Knterod at the rtortim t Lublxx-k TeM. fur traiutmUiton through V If kill a twowl cluis matter. One Year 11.00 St'KSiRIITlON RATKS: (Strictly lii Advance) Hill county voted out the pool hall last week by I good majority. SI i Monthi 5c AuvciiTibtNu pKatk.:- Locals 10 ccnu per line tai-h Insertion. IMaplay ad y.-ar rout net Car ls of thanks r-solutlotw ObHusru- (oilier than wrltt m.I)v oiirsflvos. 2 1-2 ofnts per line. Church ailvcrtlsments where a revenue Is derived therefrom f cents per line. I'rofe.sslnnal cards SI 00 per month or 110 per year if paid In advance. . ) Business Office 14 Phones Ktsidon(.e 242 will come to the old stand to make their purchases but the wise merchant knows that busi- ness follows an ad. The merchant who dors not advertise cannot do business incompeti-j tion with one who advertises. No business is so small that a merchant cannot afford to take; ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

4 Strictly Confidential Customers have a rljjht to expect that their hankihg business will be treated as CONHMiVllAL. Thkwe do. and we also aim to protect their Interest In every legitimate manner. : : : : -THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK l.tKitOCK TEXAS CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $120 ). C. WolfTarth. Pres. I. I W. A. Carlisle. Vice Pres. S. H Mrs. Grady L. Webster who has been visiting her mother Mrs. fu Erwin left Friday afternoon for Madill Oklahoma. . where she will join her husband and make that their home in the future. Mrs. Hailis. of Plairtview who ha been visiting her mother j Mrs. Ihj Frwin. left Friday . afternoon for Slaton where she FOR SALE Abernathy Locals (Delayed) Abernathy. July 2H 1'Jl.l. Th-s Abernathy country has again been blessed with trood rains and everybody is feeling gy. .! I. 'Powell and family and Mrs. Pearson and Arnett visited Plainview last Monday. Miss Idell Hitchcock of Am arillo. and Mrs. Tucker of Tulia were visitors at the Hester home last week. S. B. Fletc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

cDCDoncaoncaoDOGonoooaoaonoDODODonononocioDonoDonoDODODODODonoDonoDonoDODODcaoooD O Hunt Grocery Corneal my o n o n o o n o n o n o a o o D o o o n o TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS: We take pleasure in announcing to you this week that we are now located in our new building one door west of the Citizens National Bank and we are in better position to serve you in the grocery line than ever before. Our stock is much larger and every line is full and complete and we shall at all times keep in stock the very best grades of groceries so that we can furnish you with fancy table supplies on short notice. ; ; ; ; ; f ; ; We are Grocers Wnd Bakers D O O a o o o o a o hi o a O o o o a o o a o o a O a o o o a o o o a o o a o We are now equally interested with Mr. R. H. Martin who has been In the Bakery business in our city for a number of yt&rs and.nows tfc business thoroughly and he Is interested In the grocery business being a consolidation of the two. The new firm ha spared no pains tirfw ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

1 I? Neighboring County News From Our KxchanKex LIVES UP TO REPUTATION (iAIVKS TOI'NTY at Knowles livinirton and m- On last Saturday afternoon a1 metta. Mary Ke Hew to Work Watn't Afraid to Work but Waa Independent. Marr'i written rcfcrenree were ei-ri-llrnt and thn employment agent Idled up praleca. She know how In work and ahe waKn't afmld to work. Hut cha waa Independent Hho wouldn't hldo that Every hit of work that fell to bar legitimately waa performed thoroughly but not one hand'a turn would aha do to help a fellow-eervant along; the ml tree mult take that Mr. .1 .1. Wiliiflmn returned contract was made by nd. j wwk fron a fewr days visjt t ween J. J. Fry representing; ; t0 r.uhbH?k. She was accom- the Denver Construction Com-! panied home hy Miss Heed of panyand the Seminole Commer-1 Lubbock who will visit in Sem- cial Club in which the Denver linole for a few days. instruction Company agrees to A telegram was received here i J XST .ETJ.'-' build a line of railroad from a I l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

E. F. Foster and wife of Hill F lies Forerunners of Pestilence county neir Hillsboro were Mrs. E. P. Turner Chairman here Friday and Saturday of last Rural Homes and School Farm week. Mr. Foster ie proepwtintci fe Commimiion nays rejrsrdinK and if he finds the kind of ?TJ- fly jB th(? undertllker.g property he would like to get. he traveling salesman and it is an may locate in the city of Lubbock able servant of the frrim monster or near here. . death. This is the fly season - ' and eternal vigilance is the price Field Peas lor Sale. - 0f health. Every house should Three varieties'tha Whipnoor- be well screened and a vigorous 1 will the Clay and Lflack Kyed. war of extermination should be Two dollars per bushel.. Phone wafred on every fly that crosses! 0 or see M. C. McCrummen. the threshold. It has been esti-1 ' 50 tf mated that if every person would . ' - " kill ten flies per day for thirty Misses Noma Elliott and Elsie days there would be no flies upon Arnn who have been attendin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

wvwwwwvvvvwvwvwwwwwvvvvwwvv3Cwwvvwvv.vwvwvvvCvvCCCCCCCCCCCCC0C0CIC0CCCCCCCCCn () TO LUBBOCK IRON WORKS PATRONS: Thin is to notify the patrons of the Lubbock Iron Works that I have taken charge'of the Iron Worjts. beginning with the fiirst of August.. A. S. Hopper having resigned his position as manager. The same men that have been working in the shop for some time except Mr. Hopper arc retainer! and will be ready to do your work in the same workmanlike manner as heretofore. This shop i well equipped for all kinds of iron and worxl work and horse- shoeing and solicits your patronage assuring you work that will please. Every job is guaranteed to satisfy. O C) ) ) 8 o o o o () o o () o o o o o o CALL AND SEE US WHEN YOU NEED ANYsWORK IN OUR LINE LUBBOCK IRON WORKS. J. A. CALDWELL 8 MANAGER U Q OOOOOOOOOOQCOQCQCOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCGOOOOOOZOOQQOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOQOOOOCOCCCO ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST RATES on sale until Sept. 30th Aimi'ted to Oct. 31st Wfp Telephone No. 29" for Destinat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

T H B A V A JA NCHK rrl.lMF.I KVgHl TIIUKSHAT HV THK AVAL.ANOIIE PUHMHIIINO CO. INdOHI-OMATr.l) JAMKM L. IH) KlUTOR. tillered at tliif I'lmlortlce at Lubtux-k 'I'd in. for transmission through tlia Malta j aeconrl claw matter. One Year si.no SITltSCKirriON KATKS: (Strictly Iti Advance) Sn Month &c EARLY HEARD CALL OF-WILD Ishn Mulr. Ortat NaturaMat Shawad Hit Bant In tha farllaat Vtara of Hla Lang Lira. Whn I waa a boy In Hcotland I aa fond nr everything thai waa wild ind all my life I ' been growing 'otider and fonder of wild places and ltd creatures wrote John Mulr In he Atlntitlc Fortunately around my latlve town of Ihnihar. by the Htormy S'orth sea. there aaa no lark of wild- less thuimh moHt of I hi- land lay In Smooth cultivation With red blooded ! ilavtiin'ea wild as myself I loved to AttvKitTiHiNu Ha rics: Locals In cents per line evil Insertion. IMsolny- ail vertlsetijeiit 15 cenN per single column Incli per week; special ntlcs on veai contracts Can! of thank re solutio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

UNITED STATES' GREAT PANAMA CANAI3 CELEBRATION WILL BE MARKET PLACE OF WORLD. Teia- Lead Union In Agricultural Production and Can Make Vast l:fiibit of lt frh' The Deering Ideal LUMBER Corn Binder Wonderful Resources. I am now selling this binder and I would be pleas eel to show you the many preferable featuies to this binder of any on the market. I have sold a number of these machine already and others are going to buy. If you are in the market read furth er about this splendid binder: 'I Iim IHrint' Meal corn biii'ler ha the h;oh relation to corn that thfl grain binder has to wheat and oat. The utandinp 'rn like the grain h cut. hound and rti. "harmed a fant horeH walk. Like the grain hinder. it inaRe a Dig saving Knible not only in manual labor but alfo in the number of hand riiiiirl and wage and board for extra men. At the arne time the corn binder doe from five to eight time a much work r day under average cmdition a a man would do. l'alland nhort corn i handled with eiial ene ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

: s t i HEW GOODS ARRIVING We arc weceiving new goods all the time and ask that you call and see the many new things now on display. In these ship- ments you will find a new line of Gage Hats and some nice Baulkan Coats that we want you to see. 0-.-c 17HEEL0CK DRESS SHOP Mrs. M. EX Berry of Gail is Dr. Rumph of Lelia Lake ib visiting in onr city this week. visiting his family here this . r n . rtA... week. jonn r. Marrs 01 roai Kjiiy was here Monday. Attorney Lloyd A. Wicks of Hails was here Monday looking after legal business. Miss Winnie 0'Nal is spend- ing the week in Crosby county enjoying a house party. D. M. DeVitt returned Sunday from points north. W. D. Saunders was one of the number that attended the Cotton Carnival at Galveston this week. R VV. Heim returned Monday morning from Tost where he went to do some sheet metal work. While there he was so unfortunate to get hi left hnnd badly blistered. He was doing some soldering work when for some cause the fire pot bursted causi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

. The Bid Prob- lem For Home Builders is the selection of material btst suited to their individual require- ment. Lumber isjrenerally con- tvded the best all around ma- ti-nal that ran he used. Its line insures a sanitary healthful abode and witii it a home can be plannYl tnfoke within the reach - of all i.eofiupefl-subject to future M xitsnrf as your family VtA There are njany advffritaKwe have dis- covered in our years experience 1 with lumber which we believe would fe extremely interesting to you -all of which can be had for the asking. At present our stock is well assorted and wecan supply all sized bills without de- lay. Come in look us over and let us tell you how you can utilize lumber to the best advantage. We want also to show you the difference in lumber and why (trades determine price. This is worth knowing. BILLY SUNDAY SAYS Some Strrght Things to His Con- prpgations and Drives Hi Sermons Home Collier's Weekly recently pub- lished some extracts from Hilly Sunday's sermon...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 August 1913

i Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Wright Crump. Misses Mamie Crump. Nettle Stokes. Cecile McCrummen Eula Stokes Janie Mrs. W. R. Summer will teach J voice to a few select students. Offers special work for ladies ' THE HUNT GRUCERY CO. . . w ft. 11 uni m vv;. Pilot in m McCrummen. Mary McCrummen. I uate fn v voic of Trinity Lillian P.rown Mrs. Farris i l!nivinit ivt.(midiint wnrk The Auction P.ridge Club met j gerVed icetca sandwiches deviled under W.iVV. Campbell director with Mm. Chun. Rush July 2Hth.ejjg' pig' angel and caramel ' N'w Willmlngton C'onserva- A pleasant afternoon was. aren't cak and ice buttermilk. Every- 'rTY in thin most interring Kame;. thinks Mrs. Farris knows 1 toTET. UJJL' Now in Their New Building and Have Splendidly Equipped Store and Bikery The Wheclock building on U'niit I'.mriilwfi v u.-n pfimrilaito.l to entertain the club. ' ( o nrado. and Marvin ictor . ... t... j .i n... r ice in the cantaloupes Tn t mPetin(f will be with 1 Hinshaw. of Chicago. Illin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 14 1913 NUMBER 6 TIE COMMISSIONERS III SESSION TO RECLAIM PANHANDLE TRACT' WYLIE KILLED BY SILO Capitol Land Company Said to Own ; High Wind Blew Silo Under Con- ! E GTORS H T E LUBBOCK 750000 Acres in Excess of Grant Survev Planned truction Down and Results in Death of Owner. REGULAR QUARTERLY TERM HELD THIS WEEK AND CONSID- ERARlE BUSINESS TRANSACTED Jill NOT PW RABBIT BOUNTY flFTEfl SEPTEMBER U Austin. Au.!. -The state of A feeling of deep regret fell Texas i proparin to roclaim a over the cjty nf Lul)b()ck fl8t 1 tract of land valued at $K(XX. I Satliril:iv aftPPnmin u.hpn infnr. every lexan'm:. .. aior.unil rt un : that S. A. Wylie was dead as a THEY .COME SEE AND ARE ANXIOUS TO GET OUT TO THIS BALMY CLIMATE Some Road Business Looked After Tax Levies Made and Reports of County Otficia's Butchers Etc. Received Action of R-Survey-irg County Lines Postponed Till Later Date rtoo. As nearly knows many yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

T H K A V A 1j A NO II K I t IIUHIIKO BVRHV Tlll!llDT HY THK AVALANC1IK 1UHMHIIIN(J CO. iNixmi'OMATr.ii JAMES L. KMTOK. "rnt'erV-d at the I'uMomce at Utilxjck Ttiu for trannmliiori through the If alls a second cla mat tor. SCltSCRH'TloN RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Deafness Cannot Itc Cured tt't ft-4l tl I rif it. t'ina 1 h lix-w m ' 1 III H-11 u. u I f " klimti(iti. Itw y mnixit raw h tin- itka lart ha nyev n up . Uf aa(IUfHil iriM.l- . 4 IUiw4 .tUltH til ! M rViiidil'a Mtit'lrf Ul IIH t II 0 .1ill-t r!yi I .((- Hitl.nitii4.ril mil I' U.K. I i f-'.K'l I '"1'! ..(I .if t. .. I .1 V jaAlill I II. .Hon l.it til niilii.fl i.nlafl miu' n.il' "te eiflart - ll sii.i- l !..; ft mm f I . r 14 Hi'V (. ii f.r i If uUra. tti i II ul I ntrrrf I urr It'll! tT liriaW'"'" ' t lua ll'iN t himIj I ma fr r tHtitliA. !a rntil u.t.. r.rt Vila I tes W rv ............ JV". lOienUixT line each Insertion. Display- !..........- . ..b. rt. tin . . i vertlnertjenu is c-nu pur ihkib cuiumn mi yi r L n Vth.n th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

The Bearing Ideal Corn Binder I am now selling this binder and I would be pleas ed to show you the many preferable features to this binder of any on the market. I have sold a number of these machines already and others are oiri to buy. If you are in the market read furth- er about this splendid binder: The I leering Ideal corn binder ha the came relation to corn unit the grain himler Iijih to wheat mi'l oatn. The Htanfmg corn like tlie grain in cut. hound and discharged an fast an horned walk. Like the grain binder it ruaken a big caving wfiblH not only in manual labor but alfo in the number of hand reijuired and waifen' aud board for extra in'ii. At the name tune the corn binder d'n from live to eight timen an much work per day under average c nditionn an a man would d. Tall and nhort crn in handled with e.jlnl eane ( It can easily be figured out how the corn binder can pay for itnelf in a nhort time undet uch favorable condition. Vier a corn grower Nvomen acuainted with the m.fitn...

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