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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

THE AVA LAN OH. 13 I'VFt-IAIIICD BVKHY THUIIUDAT BY TIIK AVAL.ANCIIE l'UHMSHING CO. INCMlKfOMATEU JAMES L. IOW EuUircrt atllie Postolllce at Lubbock Texu for transmission through tha Malls aa second clas nultor. One Year 11.00 SCHSCRllflON RATES: (Strictly lu Advance) Display- ad verilstments lfi cenU per (.ln'!e column Incn per ween; special raws cm 'sr.U of thanks reholutlom. Obliuarlra. (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church advertlsiuenta where a revenue Is derived therefrom & cents per line. I'rofesslonal cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year ir paia in advance. ADVBHTidlNu lUlita: Locals 10 celiU per line each Insertion re rtl.se ni yrtir con ihor roads. True enouRh thi J roads in Lubhork county as a rule j re (rood but after bcinK j traveled over for several years .j they become worn and washed EDITOR. out juMt like any other roads. A : -- 1 inn; k-vn -J fiAAikaiAfin 11u aalwn 1 1 .1 VsA clayed and a surface lake' 1 jrraded and made passable. Good ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

. i 1 Fancv Table Suoolles and Racket Goods mm - - I AM PRF-PARRD TO I URNISH YOUR TAINT: WITH ANYTMINO YOU NKKD FOR HKAKPAST DINNER OR SUPPKR AND WITH TNI; VHRY BliST I TMI2 MARKI-T AFFORDS. F'HONF; US AM) F IND OUT WHAT WF- MAVI; Reiolet Goods Too INortli bide I If ! y-v Tr 1 1 CZ -.? C2 rai O S The Palace Barber Shop KINCANNON & I'AYNIi Props. Our shop is fully equipped with the best of everything needed in the barber business. Our barbers are experienced and do first class work. You don't have to wait ior worK ntrre. nains irc two for 25c. IMentv water. Shop South Side Square v .. v Chamber of Commerce Column Z or ryjj rx Z ht WAV. A. Anderson and son L. Anderson of Taylor arrival lint Thursday to look after land interests in Lubbock county i The non returned home Saturday but the senior nderson re-' mained till Monday. He was a pleasant caller at our office Mnn-1 day and authorized us to send ( him the Avalanche for a year that he might keep posted as toj what is going on i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

4 c3C3C3C3oncDoaonoacaononononoDonooonoDOD:oDOQODononononoDODoaononoDonoDononoDonoD o iuii ilvht" onuricrov r ftii o a evi v i n O n o o n o n o n o o o o o D o o ii .1 n ni i .-n it yy i w 11 irv xi v o a O a o o a o a FANCY TABLE SUPPLIES Those who have visited our new store will agree with us that we are In position to serve the public better In the grocery and bakery line than we have .ever been before. Our building has been arranged so as to make it perfectly sanitary. Our up to date fixtures enable us to keep our goods In first- class condition. ; ; ' ' ' " ' ' ' FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PERISHABLE GOODS ARE KEPT FRESH AND COOL o We have added to our line cured meats such as boiled ham bologna wlenerwurstsetc and will be pleased to nil your orders for anything of this kind o FINE CANDIES ON ICE The best to be found in the city. The hottest day that comes you can find our chocolate cool and firm and of the highest grades found on the market. We want you to call on us at our new st...

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

Church Notes 'Cumberland meeting until Sun-' herents in this country fautrht day afternoon a .1 o'clock. by trained leaders. There ii Key. A. M. Huchanan and also a revival of Parseeism. I wife of Moberlv. Mo. will be with henduuarrer in f 'hirnirn I VV r will f un to nmki any an- I . . .. i .P . . . n.H). Vf church s..rvirr fro expected to begin their revival The old worship of Is; so tariff rm-nt t.-.. m thi roiiin.n rw f i work at the Cumberland church 1 neglected in Kgypt is findingalO from tU .tvm-.-. - Wtt.ir. that time. Kev IJuchanan home in America. '() has the reputation of being a THE DRNDOIMN jl) very strong man. lie has a The !endo-I)an is an mdepen- i ) . number of friends in this section j dent orfrani.ation of Christian : ) some of whom have been with Japanese on the Pacific Coast. () Program for Presbyterian j Missionary society for Wednrs day afternoon Aug. 2t h liM.'J. 'Vi fil 1 itua I Vf i iiiiiA ra i . 1 him in a number of revival meet- The Hendo-Dan believe that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

TP INSURANCE THAT INSURES WRITTEN IN THE STRONGEST FIRE INSURANCEICOMPANIES ON EARTH S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY Ck fgff rwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww'wwwwy wwwwwwwwwwwwwW I) r nm r II T i.L.. II Your Life May Depend Upon the Prescription There may nmie u time luring jour life or that of iLi'inUrs uf your lioiir-eliold that t hf correct ;itni i lit prescription written by your M'lijf .-S yni naWHVf your life. In a cast like hat of (olrsy w (uli want tbe ro operation Y evrytniuir Wt K"es to fill the prescription. This lou (let When ou lirinj; Your J TVrtscrlptlon Here OitliW fling ask tor hy the physician are useS andii the proportions lesirel. It matters tukT wlio vir pnysiciati ne we win nil ins ui-uen promptly aVnrately and co-operate with liim in every way to bring about the desired results. Lubbock Drug Company ' J. R. KING Manager. cocccooooococccooccocococoooocoooooooooo Us?)) ISP o o o o o 0 CI O O O O o o o STATE-WIDE ELECTION IN 1915! Atticus Webb Speaks Here And Says Election Will b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

DIRECTORY rntiKN-n.rtmn It h I io(. W. It Smith WhirKtiri . C. Stiit Srimtnr W. A. Jolinmn Mem- phu. T.-xm. !("pr r tntivo l!ml Mmtni-t. T. M H:irfli-y Tnl.oktt Texan. I'ISTKM'T Col RT. Convene In My and Nnvemher of Mfh yer nix week trrrn. W. H. Sjienrer l.iilibork Texim Jwlg 72ml Julirinl Dmtrirt. (. K. l.M-k hurt. Tahoka. Texas Attorney 72nd Judicial IhMtrirt. County Coi rt. KeKular (ermn Keliniarv. April. Au ffunt and November. Kiraf Monday earh month the Criminal Pocket in tak en un. K. R. llavneM. Count .Imlire I K. A. Sowder County Attorney. Mrs Jl'STK K (Vil RT Meet the Flint Saturday in month. J. I) Caldwell. Juxtire of the I Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges rRnsHY coi'NTY I points in New Mexico and (.i i.n Hw 'southwest and east Texas. Mrs. John I. Wortharn. wife (.apt . jame9 row wh(l aecom. u. wr r-rriary oi aiaie. arm pam th(m ftn he daughter together with Mr. and : r uMinpk .Iipnfiinir Mrs.(J.F.(;ehde. spent Mondav withni(! 8on I)owandi in ronuyion ami were to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

WRIGHT FAVORS GOOD ROADS One of Our Commissioner is Highly in Favor of Better High- ways in County In my opinion the time has come that Lubbock county should begin to make Rood road. No county of our weaith is to the front in development without good roads. The law contem- plates that each citizen shall pay and equal and just tax according: a turn teams and machinery. The system above outlined complies with the law and is just to each citizen rich or poor and will within three or four years at most guarantee Rood roads for Lubbock county. This is a question in which each citizen in the county should be interested. This being true we invite a discussion of same throuRh the columns of the Slatonite and A valanche. Iet us Ret toRether and Rive the wheel toward success in this Dr. S. If. Adams of Staton was here Monday. School books Store. at IJyns Drug (5 2t matter. Yours for Rood roads J. M. WriRht Commissioner Prect. No. 4. - A full line of Doltfdiit Hopkins re. V)J (5 2t to his mean...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

nOOOOOQODODOQOQODOOODODODODOQODODODOOODOi Singing Convention j that the tourist had a chargeofj O rw a 1 gi . ajj . i f I t O1 The Lubbock County SinKinjr against him for thin offen. - 1 IR -SLIlU OIlUcl riUlO.1 WW UI K. Ul O convention will meet the r.th 'The first man to cr the aTm ' a a o O 1 - . rri o rV r r j t l All Kinds We will be pleased to furnUh you esti mates for all kinds of Tin or Sheet Metal Work. We guarantee every Job and ovir prices . re as refv.sona.ble tvs good ma- terial and workmanship will permit. We have U. S. Mail Boxes for Rural Route cvistomers. Sunday in Ajgutit at ArulT 12 groat Western Desert on aj O miles eut of Lubbock. All the i motorcycle." is the way P.hend O different claHHes are invited to speaks of himself. He came by! O' be with us on this occasion and the way of San IWnadino help us to make this meeting a Yumo. Ariz. and Koswell. I O grand success. Please remenv crossing the Imperial Desert i D ; ber the pla"e and date and come. the Mohave Des...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 August 1913

!! BUY YOUR COAL NOW t We are receiving a bijr lot of coal now and would be pleased to take your orders for your winter supply and deliver it out of the car. You save money by buying your coal in August. If you have used SUNLIGHT Coal you know how good it is and if you have not ask those who have used it and tot us fill your bin. You'll be pleased with it. Nobody sells Sun Light Coal but us. - ........ Feed Stuff of All Kinds7 Our stock of grain and hay and other feed stuff ll complete and we are in position to fill your oredrs promptly with what f4r you mwj in the way of feed and stock salt. PHONE 319 Ames & Company inn party Aug. 8. The fragrance and beauty of roses and nastur- tiama added to the delight of thin occasion. Mrs. B. O. Mc- Whorter won nine out of ten games played. Mr. Norton nerved iced watermelon to Mesdames Posey (Sueat of Lock- ney Nichols of Plainview Kim- bro McWhorter. Thomas Sow. ler Whitley Uobbins Roerner Slaton Priest. Summers Moody Powell Merrill Rush....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE O VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1913 NUMBER 7 REVIVAL CONTINUES TILL MONDAY LARGE CHOWDS ARE ATTENDING EACH SERVICE AND THE T E REST IS GROWING ALL THE WHILE IN- MINI CONVERSIONS 38 JOINED BIPIIST CHURCH No Service Saturday Morning Orlinincs of Baptism Will Be Ad'tvn- isterf Sunday Afternoon at 4:00 O'clock in the Baptistry in B.ipt st Church Closing Service Monday Morning nunc rniCTTri'DCCM ' c;. u. j u ... i- ' . Isl 1 1 C. UILIL I It untdi i .jnmii aim inr majwrii) 01 eouie believed that he was a son of ... Mr- an(J Mm. (J. W. Green they inurv-uvMv .. treating him as such. Ihevoung' W. M. Green Drowned While fellow had endeared himself to' Boating in Oklahoma the vounger set of society and was known to all of the young ORGANIZATION j The following account of the' P7'ef the cify' . ! lnat Green wan taken with drowning of Clyde (J.llette(reen :watercramp wh(?n h ?truck the' 'which occurred last Sunday is water is almost certain. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

T II E A V A LAXCMIO: I'l HL1KUKD VKV TBIWADAY BY TIIK AVALANCHE PUHLISHINO CO. INCOMIOKATRO J A MRS L. DOW EDITOR. "trediru7eToiitomM at Lubbock TeiM for trannmUiion throuKh 0 Halls Mieconfi claw matter. SOKSCKUTION RATES: PcafncftS Cannot He Curt-ri firiirtimt a thr Miiir)" r.-h ine ill if llv- mi i nrrv i ' Icum- ! ilium. hll'Ut W ny raTiiiitji 1mI4i t ewulVi an tnrtmiwd o Biuit.iia li.tin ( 1' I uj.UfltUN I "it I rtrrt h. .tiiMJ .illHii If '-tn II. M I llu- ltiHl ill A II. I. d llu lt.fll i u -. m m't i L iii V ij y i ' It.. Ih- triuM w il Iw V fl'W I tt .f l.n asr- i il jp rJ ti (il 4ii ii.rt.niM-.l ft ."Xi ') lr n-.' I IW tsill mc t llV.lrnl I. 'Sir ml) it r-trnll(A nlHllIt)! t( llc arxtntl ur im One Year II 00 (St rictly In Advance) Sli Months SOc i hoftiutl nitull amp mir lilrll la nutlmig tut in raw nf IIim'-w i.riiiw'! ii -.ltOil libit nl.ii"l IM rurwj l ll.ill I .Kuril Ufr ll"l f"f ; lf"iljl. Itr9 j i iiiM i".. T 4'ii. a .tll hy O.Mifll V lakr lUII l-imll)' I'lIU Ii rxill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

Our Second Shipment of Deeriogldeal Row Binders Has Arrived I can now supply your orders foi the Celebrated Deering Row Binder. If you want one they are ready for you. All you have to do Is hitch your team to one and pull it into your fteJBdf and go to work harvesting your crop. "extr It t'JVNJ- Jer mwihle. not only in manual labor but alio in the ra men. At tbe same time the corn binder noes pder averatf c mditioim an a man would do. Tall aud binder eau pay for itnelf in a ehort time under iuch e acquainted with the merit of the Peering corn iprTiority over the old hand method become. quite The cutting not completely c The bundle operator. The Deering Ideal corn bind number of hand required and from five to ei"ht ti men a mn I nhort corn m handled with e. .... if . - ravorarile conaitionH. ieti a en binder he would not be withou apparent under actual obxer I he corn binder will )iuTouiid npeclir advantatre when the cren corn in to be cut for inniiediate feedinp to ftork r put throu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

T II E A V A I'L-hmhiikd svrur tiii'rday by THE AVAL.ANCIIK PUBLISHING I NCHM I "O K A TKD JAMK3 L. POW Entered at the I'ostofflea t Lublwck Texiu for trannmlMton through tlie Mftll u n't-ond class matter. SUFISCRIITION RATES: OoeVear 11.00 (Strictly In Advance) Sl Months 50c (TovrBTirtiNu Katbh: Local 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad verttxemcrita 1ft conta per (tingle column Inch per week; special rate on year contract Cards of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (other than writtcnb ourM-lves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsnients where a revenue Is derived therefrom 6 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones LUBBOCK 1'KXAS THURSDAY AUtil'ST BOUQUETS The bouquets tossed the News by the newspaper boys at differ-; nt places are appreciated very much and we wish to assure everyone that as long as we re- main in Matador we will get out a good paper. If we can't get patronage enough to enable us to get out a good paper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

Grouchy Because Your Stomach Has Gone Back On You j I It may be et in order If you will buy your jrrocerle from this 'J0&Q the zood kinds the health zlvlnz t X I the face of the cook. Let in supply your ort. I he varieties tnnt piea.e ine wnoie mmny anu win jy nantrv with thlnz that are nmd to eat. We take a special del it In iffjr good groceries and guarantee to zlve '3 von the rlsht price deliver the eootl you order and jret them tl J. H. MOORE The Close Price Store RHoM" Vocjr QrcW-to 39 j J I i bOOOOQOOQOtdOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO O Opacrfhtinnc Fnr Srhonl Children O f I I W T V I l--VJaa-' v. ' - 3 PROFESSIONAL 8 8 8 8 8 8 We arc I'l-fp.-irfl to fill prescription. fur tin icli("-l children j 1 1 t the :w -a fur the man lil'i in the nil-k rotii W W I I W W Ba. .BW will hyl inkt" pnyr and wffl arrt-cre " A dl an allotrW.-" PLIES IN A BIG VARIETY r Ai-j lHilrlnl stuck of tablet pm-i lr eftrN r the opening of the nchoil 8 8 8 ai we iir pntr-naKe in that we handle. thi- line ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

oDonononononononocononoDODononononononoDiooononononooononononononoDODonoaooonoDon 1 Is r O JS J a HUNT GROCERY COMPANY PHONE 24 AND 75 1 o D o o o n o n o n O O a o a o a o a o D o Did you know that our stock is so complete that you (l)flyfihnostavompete spread for your table; all ready to put down to eat? Think of it! Bread theTomfymltheWarJvet Pies and Cakes Boiled Ham Bolognas Wienerwurst cool and in fine condition Potadfl Cbfps iQkejMn our own oven fresl. every day. High grade canned goods of every variety Cheese apfiiayrticjire for the complete meal. If you have not been in our store we want you to come and see for'yourlvs that we keep a strictly saritary store. We solicit inspection from the front door to the back? Remember our Fresh Fruits and Cardies on ice. HUNT GROCERY COMPANY FANCY TABLE SUPPLIES o a O o ODODODODOaODOaODODODODODOaODODODODODODO!DODODOaoaODODODODODODOaODOOODOOacDODO THE AVALANCHE l'l'HLIHIlKD KVKKV THUIWDAY BY THE A V A LA NCHK PUBLISHING INOOWI-OHATKD CO. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

Church Notes ''' w .11 ! ijlii'I to InMKi' liny mi nii'i' "iin nix ill 1 Iwrrli .s' rvicf I'ro ffru or. i-tt in llio column fuee of w'hai wtn'i''' rui revenue in ri i'iv'l tr '-. tle .iTvi. i'ii. Mitiir. I MISSIONARY Al XII.MllY oTKS I low tria l we were t welcome new member and see the Mr. T. K. Key wns here from neRr Fstarodo Tuesday. Mr. J. D. Knrnest of Plains was shopping Monday among our nierchnnis. IS am Kllis in spending h few days with his his brother T. II. F.llis. Mrs. l'earcy. of Blitrdnh Great Variety of U Found for It In Various Parts of tha World. i'm lti(i-r 'iim fin hI.ouI sea miilH uhli-li ari- umiI un IimmI nr fur Jrllirll;! V .-Kit ii tilf if.lHtlM- nr glilea urn lirmiKlu nut liy .Mi-him I'rrrnt and ia'ln In the r'renrli o. i nnnitrniihln In atliiile Sc.m. . . ur not nun h lined In Kiiruim eit; pi fur alknlie or Iodine IroraraUon. In the north rnut r- Jtlotu of FYwicb the seaweed Ik used by the iii'imantH h manure upon tun Add. Mi dli nl unea run be mentioned and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

Tabular Statement of J. A. Wilson county clerk of the indebtedness expenditures nd receipts of Lubbock county Texas for the quarter ending August 12th. VJH. JURY r'l'ND 1st CLASS Italanee last quarter J To amount received during quarter Hy amount paid out durinR quarter By 2 1-2 per ct. commission on amount received By 2 1-2 per ct. commission on amount paid out Amount to balance HR. 12U.T.- K. $ 1114.78 HI.") 4 .-."). :7 7t;;u.i CATTLE RANGES GOOD Menard Schleicher and Sutton Counties have had Good Rains San Angelo Country is Dry nODODODODODOnoaODODODODODODOnonODODOnODO Tin And Sheet MetaJ Work ofo a o Reports of inspectors for the JO Cattle Raisers' Association of Texas for the last week show CK. .$7i.!.0l balance. $ 22"ii.7i $ 22."D.70 KOt) AND IlKltlCK 2nd rTNP CLASS PR. Balance last quarter . . $ 572(1 To amount received during quarter f2. 17 By amount pawl out during quarter By 2 1-2 per ct. commission on amount received Bv 2 1-2 per ct. commission on amount paid out Amount to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

ii A "General" Inspection o 8 Si C MiA o o o 8 8 () u peri or oreri. are after result ; a mer. lodkye chosen Kwtna view to Trfect purity I are thus in a i to offer them customers with guarantee. We do not shelve our goods for future sales but make a point of having everything fresh riirht alontr. LONG BROTHERS GROCERIES AND RACKET GOODS .STORE ONE DOOR EAST OF POST OFFICE PHONES 435 AND 284 f oreriPS isrespg AuA that inal Qy'Cjfr will in enajr you iwt?inetpust a es of thil ls") 'the fact that they were not (); enumerated for the year VAX Everybody is invited to attend Jthc opening exercises of the M school Monday. September the O first at !;:) a. m. Q J. K. Wester. Supt. O I )oes the word reputation mean ()! anything to you? Stop and () J think and figure and you will know why tlTNMajeHtic rajige 5 1 has the ri'Vuflatfun of being "not J' only the beitVihul the leastex- I pensive. lAt&hjman from'the () I factory showou. See our J)ig ) ' ad in this paper. Western Wind- ();n.ill Co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

LUBBOCK GETS DIRECT SERVICE Change of Train Service on Texas and Pacific Will Furnish Lubbock Better Train Service it f:55 l m. The new train will carry a ' throufrh Pullman car from Fort Worth to San Angela. The rar ! will contain a drawing room. twelve compartment electric I lights and fans. ' Connection will also be made The time between Fort Worth with the Wichita Valley at Abi- and many West Texas towns will i lene. jrivinir the people of Jones be shortened a half a day Auir. j and Haskell counties practically 31 with the establishment of the a double service new train service on the Texas; People living alonjr the Santa & Pacific now scheduled . by I re ami Orient will be able to AN 800 TON SILO Abernathy Man Building a Big one Seven Other Steel Silos Are Being Erected in Hale (leorjre I. Hunter general passenger ajrent. Train No. 1 will be made up in Fort Worth and will leave the Texas & Pacific passenger station at 8 p. m. and arrived in Sweet- water the next morning...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

I. AGRICULTURAL PROSPERITY A WOMAN'S WORK sometime reilurrt her l rrnyh to the ilriilh nf Hi'.iltrifSH - her ilevnt utri Diversification H.is About SolvM 1 i.rh!l prrvenn sni) the Agricultural Quest'on in the Lone Star State im .mil r U'Ollll'll HI I is pri-di;'! Montiromcrv Advertiser 1'"" " '' NO ARGUME NEGESSA T IS I Irs .1. L finest of Ivkney and O. K. Nichols of Plain view 1 arrivoil in New Orleans on the j 1th inst. and immediately took1 1 pusnnge on board Steamer hound ! for New York landing in that i city August 7th. In writing to iLwkney licacon they rr-port a The '-I I l nl- .L- L I ..1.. ! pit'iixaru ii ip. i 'i . wurji m win- mentions meiailinai i ne oiuy unl l:-n ing a post graduate course in ine ..: nn. s'tnu. nn-sum ir. i treatment of women children ..... . 'H lrX1 "f IK1 "r -r' '""''''I nintn iiwiiui:r mu i."""'""' driiL'v .mil n ermines tireilm-.s and hales of cotton are the counties ht.mimi-ss m a in.irveUis w.iy. i Collin Kllis Fannin Kauf-i" ; ll' nuiii in in '' ...

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