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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 11 September 1913

1 m. rr r CO. -t'III.IHIIKI) KVKUr TntTli0DY BY TI1K AVALANCHK 1'UllL.IHIIINa INWIHI-OKATKD JAMES L. HOW, "EuuredatuTe Poswllce i Lubbock,"TxM, 'for trannT.lMion throuKh H j If alia at second claaa witter. J II Jli -i V JL.fJL-f-J1-'---: the reportioioinerp . f f I UUtr O shou d he rendering praises, w rather than knocking. ! () As a matter of fact, half the (J ! people of Lubbock don t know u what we have in the country O nv way. 1 have taken trips O through the country with people () of this town, and the way U KD1TOR. One Year 11.00 SITHSCIUl'TION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month! 50c !...,..,....... rtTM -I oral 10 cenU pt-r line earn Irmertlon. Dltplay- art iTrfAtA mn Inch per week; tpeclal rate. on Tertlsemenu 10 thank. resolution, Obituaries, other than Kb TouSn..ve.r I 1 Id u per ,! Church rrewllie U dlS I therefrom, ft cents per line. 1'rofea.lonal carcli 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 I Residence 242 V - 7v Si' V- - A We...

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. — 11 September 1913

,w. s. Norton DEACONS DENOUNCE DANCING i Baptist Official of Midland Spak Out on the Subject and Place Higher Standard in Church Mullanil Hr.rtrr "Inasmuch as the question of the right or wrong of church morn hers engaging in dancing is up, the pastor and deacor.n of the Midland Baptist church make, the following statement: "1. We are sure that the Now Testament is clear in its teaching that all such "revelling" is. wrong I Gal. 5: l'.i-21: 1 Peter X Ami the onlv reason the mod-rn dance the I time as sunikif and ybJUding, nroherties aet fra(alr. above aMhAteL anormt- rltnduAncf of scorrsiEMULsiuiw. its prompt us often thwarts tuberculosis. u-i COTTON REPORTS 'A New Method Will be Used Thi I Year in Giving Out Reportl ofGinnerj dance lose their influence over ' their associates, and are unable to lead them to the S-ivior. "J. To encourage the dance hy attending it. hv allowing it in our homes or bv excusing those who engage in it. contributes to S not meme'iim m ...- - - .,..i, prohi...

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. — 11 September 1913

FINE RAINS IN YOAKUM LAND OWNERS OPTIMISTIC ANOTHER CITY WELL T H E A V ALA NOH E rVML!KHD KVKkf TUl'KKDAT RT THE AVALANCIIiS PUHLJSIIING CO. INOOHPORATrD AMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Potomc tl Lubbock, Teiu, for trtmtmlsilon throuirh the Hall u second clui matter. Ona Year 11.00 SUHSCniPTION RATES: (Strictly In Adtanca) Sli Month! SOc 4DVKUTiMiMu KTm: Locali 10 cent per line each Inhertlon. Display- ad ferttnemenu 16 cents per single column Inch per week; special ratea on year contract!. Cards of thanks, resolution, Obituaries, (other than wrtttenby ourselTes. 2 1-2 cent! per line. Church adTertlsmenU, where a revenue I derived therefrom, 6 cents per line. Professional cardi 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. D. j Pusiness Office 14 Phones j Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SKIT., 11, 1913 HOME Mrs. E. P. Turner, Chairman, Rural Homes and Schools, Farm Life Commission says: "Home is the place where our thoughts return in the hour of loneliness. Its me...

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. — 11 September 1913

Society Items BY MRS. D. ROWNSON DIPPING CATTIE Mrs. Joe 1'enney entertained Friday evening at "XT' in honor of her niece Miss Watson, of Iirenham. Refreshments of cake and rream were served to Misses Watson, the honor truest, Von Uoscnbtirg, Thrasher of Austin, Mable McLarry, Kva Wheeiock, Ctillins, Wilkinson of Ovalo. Willye Wilson, Messrs. Swift. Newt Wilson, Oscar Porter, ' Emmett Porter, Oo. P.enson, Sid Caraway. I)ulr, Robert Wafson, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Powell and Mrt. Jno. Penney. j departed at a late hour with may expressions of thanks to their hostess for such a delight ful evening. Lubbock County People Are Busy Complying With The Recent Re Requirementi of the Assn. 8 Th4 Auction ISridge Club met with Mrs. M. E. Merrill Tuesday afternoon at her lovely home on SouthlSingar. Three tables of llayer Ijlyed this occasion. Mrs. (ntyfle Moody winning high. Those l-tcant were Melames Slaton, Rush, Smith, Thomas. I). Robinson, Orville Moody, Gehde. Robbins, Wortham, Kain and Priest...

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. — 11 September 1913

at aMarna HAS A GOOD WELL I III : fQ He if i. A yrupjvii i , Lhncr. .t-jW t'ifrft from it J imrf, Ik- M' I""1' d .. lure atlffncJ tf""rs A , sVreup i; 11 Farmer Jonet ri , Commissioner Burford is Well i Pleised With His Well Brought in Last Spring L 0. Burford. County Com missioner of Precinct No. :t. was in town Monday looking after court matters and was a pleasant caller at our office. He presented us with a photograph of his irri gation well that he had put down on his stock farm in the AcufT community last spring, and it shovvs up splendidly in the photo, which Mr. l'.urford says is true to the well. It Hows on an av erage of 1000 gallons per minute. While it may not he one of the, largest wells on the South Plains, it is one of the kind that will do mucn toward developing the irri gation question on the Plains, as it is put into use and Mr. I'ur ford did not spend the money that he put into this proposition merely for a show but to pet re sults and results that are entirely i s...

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. — 11 September 1913

The Hre Whistle Is a Reminder that you mlzht loe nil your worldly pofslon Irty minute If you don't exercise fcood judgment and I.NSUKK TODAY IN INI: STRONOI-ST NKIi IINSUKAN ),N liAKIM. We Kepresent I hem. S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY, citize L BANK BUILDING, iTELE PHONE NO. 245 1 t A 1 f - i wunirrn llV(IMUVNfl:5Y oocococccococcoocooococococccocccooococo LASSOED WILD MUSTANG MRS. DeSHAZO DECEASED 8 o ( 8 ) o o !! () () B Buy Your Coal Now We are receiving a biff lot of coal now and would be pleased to take your orders for your winter supply and deliver it out of the car. If you have used In Speeding Auto Tom Clark of! After Three Weeks Illness Caused Frisco Claims to Have Roped Wiid Horse mti ifiirr ri!ti von have used it and let uifi Sun Light Coal but u FeeJl Our stock of grain and position to till your feed and stock salt. kifiw how crnowit is II Vorf binX YTII Sfullof hjfy ftfil ot&7 feed (er pompiy wim 'and if you have not ask those who be pleased with it. iNobody sells All...

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. — 11 September 1913

() Bcwar of the our Xiiiu ipcc tmCrSAIiot ur tfwrtXsasI)eai bic ijrra carina iliufliurliiunt Fi thit i(Igit 1 7 beauty that's p. I crtorm- omiscs, measure automobile, ty dots," and a record un- vorld's history. you should V I'ive liVndrrd dollar is tile new price of the Ford runabout; the touring car is tive tffty; the town car seven fifty -all f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equip ment. Oct cataloK and particulars from Uradlcy Auto Sales Company, Lubbock, Texas. City Building Notes by L. M. Ward, Sherman, Pres. Texas Com. Executives Asso. To the builder belongs the! spoils. j Healthy discontent is con-j structive. , Discontention is commercial J leprosy. It's a weak wheel that has a broken cor. j Happiness is the natural re-; ward of hard labor. j The tree of knowledge is fed from the stream of experience. No citv can be perfectly good, , but it can be practically sanitary. j The good ship "progress" i makes little headway through! the sea of discontent. 1 The farmers of Texas are ...

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. — 11 September 1913

PIERCE BROTHER REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND 'Qjeft'TL.E - - . . . A. a a-H av A a a A MM t M M I A a, OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS PROFUSSIONAL Dr. Statement Concerning Irrigation M. K. Layne, of tht Layne & Howler Co. The following statement con cerning irrigation, made by Mr. ' for at a ditch or canal price, if i delivered on the ground at the C M. HALLKNOKI1 J)KJTKr Office Firnt National Bank I5ld. Telephone No. 2o! Lubbock, 'JVxai OIL K.J. HALL PnYSK'IAW AND Sf'KOjroff Officn l Crofis Pharmacy IHONhb. Ke8ideRCe ai Lubbock, Texas J)K. C'lIAS. K. CLAYTON own water supply, wnicn can r at tnac time or noi. Pjitsk us am. Si R.iKnv pphd at the time most needed, i The first cost is usually from , I The water supply in semi-arid $40. no to $75.00 per acre for Office- at Lubbock "ta-dj8trirt-. as far as he has in- j ditch water, with from $.80 to mini bum I'T ni'iHiiiiiiiirm . . ' 1 -?z - .. i - i vphi i m i ri i i m ii i ft" iiui ill am lwiii...

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. — 11 September 1913

Fresh Vegetables We arte petting vV ions, IIad xflt We are Also haftd grown ver Colorado a fine such as Cauli- ie Plant, Green On- tuce and Radishes. ling all the home etables that we can, and want to say that the Tomatoes are the finest that we have ever handled. Martin & Wolcott Church Notes Wi will be glul to mk any an- nouncrmrntii of Church Srrvio, Pro gram!, etc., in this column fre of ohrifn, whir no rrv-nu la rvrrivixl from th rvirM. - Editor. 1 your listers in your auxiliary? If not. why? Do you live up to your obliga- tins? Io you tell your friends the advantages of membership in our auxiliary? Dd you pay your dues come. Hive Employed New Pastor We understand the Cumber land Presbyterian congregation Expect Cotton Caterpillar The Department of Agriculture at Austin announces that the at this place have employed recent rainfall in many sections another pastor to take the place' would undoubtedly lead to the The nrno-rnm rnmmif tfi la hnrH I at work on the Children's Day...

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. — 18 September 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 18 1913 NUMBER II It COUNTY IB CHILDREN!!' FI L II. Simp- II. Wil- ARRNGEMENTS BEING PERFECTED FOR THE FAIR IN OCTOBER PIPST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAS OFFERED PREMIUMS Cic Leagues Ofers Attractive Prizes for Chi'drens Fa;r to Be at Sine Time All to Be Held on Regular Trade? Day October 6th Held 2.50 2. .VI There is something: g reat Second promised the people of the South ! rhins the first Monday in Oeto- 1 Best stalk ber. Somthing that will eclipse , Second .. .. anything that has ever been Third started in this line on the South Plains. The Chamber of Commerce is offering attractive premium for liveitock. farin, garden and barnyard products, and the Civic Iiaifje has for some time hold out olTers for the school chiMren and promised them a fair this full. It has been agreed that all this be held together and make it a hi)? day. The date has been 8t for October Kth, which cotton 1.00 SJWKKT I'OTAToM ...

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. — 18 September 1913

THE AVALANCHE rrtiLiMiro ivkht Thursday ht THE AVATiANCI I K PUBLISHING IN)KI"OMATr r 1AM ES L. IXW, Entre1 at the Pontortlce at Lubbock, Walls aa second claaa matter, SCIISC'RII'TION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) One Year 11.00 ADYkhtihinu Katm: I-ocalu loeenta per line each Insertion. Display- ad , ertlsements 15 cents per ulnle column Inch per wrelt; special rates on , tear contracts. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrtttenby ourselves, i 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments, where 1 revenue Is derived therefrom, & cent per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year ir pam Phones LUBBOCK, ftiXAS, THUKSDAY, SKIT., is, THE FARMERS' EXCHAN(K BUREAU In connection with the Santa Fe Agricultural Department, in Amarillo, Texas, there is a "Farmers' Exchange Bureau," which has been in successful operation for some time. The ervice of this bureau is free to those farmers and producers who desire to use it. In this bureau is listed the names of fa...

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. — 18 September 1913

The Congress Barber Shop K. L. MRKIDITII North Side Square Iw nf the I'lirrhmcd :!i hut in "I'J UtecM of h-H( f two year K. U. Cruise. fht"'' steer uro to I'f ('clivf red if Lnmem Octilier l."'h. I'np Weak THE BEST WAY TO KEEP POSTED crop eon- r to if cure rmation or any IIT 1 py IU I cle ft MN rlcef the h lfrn ort is rrpfy phone Jrvtfrl It llt Aeou a ihortio inV ith I tantial tll'tVffi- and mnneltj btKVlUt ii eaill Ion or a ub- efTort L TELEPHONE JiaJ at very Apply to our nearest manager or write to THE SOUTHWESTERN yTu. IHfKRlPM . AND F TELEPHONE CO. crop in rnnny section count v will he cut hoft. fcome siciium line crop will lie ' inride. The raiim thin weeK will hlso he of jrrcat hem t'u to toe ratine m this H"ction. lhe l'.'l'i 1 1 term of the S -rtii- nole hih hcKool hcai) Monday Htii Hi o'cIock a. in. A Urpcr (rowd of friends and patrons of I!. St jhhleticld. the sc hool ai present and the .1. M. Uradlov. of this city, is owner of the i interest and enthusiasm mam- here from ...

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. — 18 September 1913

Ity-Jl-JlflfllJI conoenl ment el body-pc It li devoid of d Hmtl ft Bnwn Uli 1 popt ml jut thajr ta SC ate4 ou r I nte-fermanet er, and because ktri or stimulants. tfW.I N J ivr FETERITA A WONDER CROP Semethin? About the Origin of the Crop and What it Means as a Feed Crop for Farmers ptt mi r m tnv Rfrn l I fT'Klnraa H lh illy I ' (.ifiM. .Ml ItSK III MIIO l' III 1'tT.HftH H-rnril , hfliin Him HH dar l 1 OISAPOINTEO LANDOWNERS U . UL.. I a I nl CnrCs! mail rriiu tci taiiu ivncn Account of Price Get a Raise by Appraisers on Under the new land laws that went into effect in July under which those lands forfeited for non-payment of lease, many of the former owner were disap ointed last week when the ap praisers, who recently visited those sections where lands had been forfeited, made their re port and the out come was a raise in prices instead of a re dcution. The Seminole Sentinel says: "The Gaines county lands which, a few weeks ago were forfeited under the law passed by the legislatur...

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. — 18 September 1913

SELECTING AND SAVING SEED Letter Being Sent to Farmer Re- Rardirtfr Selection of Seed For Planting The following Itt"r is being mailed In the farmers of this section from the Farmers' Kx change bureau of the Santa Fe Railway system: My Dear Sir: See l from such crops as Knffir, Milo. Sorghum and Feterieta are going to b In good demand through the southwest next spring. A large percentage of the acreage planted to these crops this year, will not make seed, on account of dry weather. Many J fields will produce immature seed, and this is unfit to plant, we are certain that it will pay you to save the choicest heads of all J the crops mentioned that are pro- dured on your farm this year, for seed purposes I hee heads Should le selected from the field, WHENEVER YOU NEED A 1 lie Uld stdndardUrovi Valuable a GenVral Drives Out Malar V E the Whole System, 'mm Mir. iLsmLJUMiy I Si TVOr - TAKE GROVE'S steless chill Tonic is Equally becti$e it Actyh the Liver, tbe Wlood jfd Builds up wft Trttc...

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. — 18 September 1913

T II 13 A V A LA N C II 10 I I IlLIHIIKO KV RHV TIM'KDAV BY THE AVAL.ANCI1IC PUHMHIIINU I.N(IIKI'OWATI'.t) CO. Society Items BY MRS. D. KOBINHON IAMKS L. IJW, Entered iti the l'lmiofllca l LuIjIjocIc, Tm, WklU u nocoiiil class matter. KPITOR. for trktiHinltMon through the One Ycsr II. 00 SfltSCltirTION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month! &0c The Merry Hidders t'lub wan entertained hy Mesdnme Carter, Mc I" nnil Kiln lit the home of the lattt r Friday afternoon. The inclement weather prevented a number from attending but all present reported a splendid time .n im-'immIs I.) .-(! th r r Kliik'i column inch per wct-K; spc!i mm on year contract Card of itianka, resolution. Obliuarlra, (other than wrlltcnby ourselves. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church aflvertlnmenta, where a revenue l derived therefrom, S cents per line. Professional card 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 twt'icKTin'iNH hATKi.:- l-ocalb Unenta per line each Inser...

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. — 18 September 1913

Church Notes For Sai.k - A I'ixmI hogs. O. n rumen or llnrgis. 0 Up tober MMs Tulia. TeT 1IMMI PWM for Of- W. I!. Hale, S It For Sm.k piano cheap. Klin. Monte I! Fou Sai.k I'M) cash. Per boot maker. For Sai.k wagon n rie traije for fe men. FL. TlUf'K "ine me fi hnr- Jfron. II It lfo H juck l.fcl 41 ifelfer the I 10 ltp V hkI ream awl good note or will Wi T. Met 'rum- 10 i!tp For Su.k For cattle I years old pax Lubbock. Tex For Sai. Lubbock fo years ago, bath, well, W. It. flaw Is OR hel iJ rrwrr 'an il.I. Trauk utiles two It. Smith. H 4tp Our Market Letter Kansas ( 'if y Stock Yard. Sept. 1", 1!1.I. - Cattle received here IW, will !...) to nrnk ny n- Ht wek were C.OOO, and WMI0 Trunin. ., in Kim rniuinn fr.'- nf calves. The market was S to '&Zl?VJl X"; " r,"',"V'", Vher on the various grades. MISSION RV AtXII.lAKY NUTKS W,,h th" "'"K1" fXCf,'fi,n f iuile n good attendance at the heavily fed steer, which lost 10 devotional and business meeting to 1" eents. A had cattle market las...

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. — 18 September 1913

SEEING IS BELIEVING Lubbock Citien Writes About Lub bock County Farm. What It Wiil Produce To The Avalanche: , The writer was greatly im-! pressed with the paragraph in last weeks paper, which reads as follows: "Make friends. You' can do this by greeting stranRrrs pleasantly, and Riving th'tn the information that they miirht ask for (straight.) Don't exaperate about Lubbock, There is enough , truth to be told about this country to fill it full of people in five years." j We think that shot rang the tell: Tell it again and again, I that it may soak through. In 1 this day, people who do things are wanting facts and we have' them to show. It is better to show anyone than it is to tell thi'm. In this connection, we want to state that we have seen, , and anyone doubting can see the same things. Just south of town we saw 200 acres in kaffir, niare and cotton, about 120 acres in grain and HO acres in cotton. This field we understand was worked by one man and his son, and that they are tena...

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. — 18 September 1913

TO OUR FRIENDS ANDVF ER CUSTOMERS: I We are now located In the Lowrey Ihilldinj?, one door north of Jno. lA ore) and will he pleased to have you call and see us when In the city, and give in your order for groceries. Our stock Is fi-w Illbuy your country produce. We will greatly appre- elate your patronage, and assure you that fair treatment will aUnrnes). Phone orders will be given prompt at- tentlon. f ree delivery to any part of the city. : SPIK ON : : : WEST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 343 . KeViy& Company's m m aw at a 1 A I I be our alqijit x rv Mrs. Wallace Dead ! News was received here i by wire Saturday afternoon, that! Mrs. Foy K. Wallace died in Cor- . pus Christi at l:0) o'clock of j that day. It will be remembered , that Mr. Wallace and family j moved to this place from Austin some months ago, with the hopes of getting relief for her, but! being dissapointed in that, went to the coast country. For a few i days she seemed to rally and im- j prove some, but soon grew worse j an...

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. — 18 September 1913

BRAtUEY AUI0 SALES ROOMS w lC.nn vxfiiR II I X III v III . i'l. aw .X I I .. ill .' y,Y''A''' , vrrv i y tilhsu III 'feOTr: V 5 2 ' f VV U TIU'.T v- 7 ZJ-LLLJ . I 1,1. I Ik. .. ' , k r every I'OHitile purpose or occasion w iiewirr mr imw, nrffi, nets or rAritiiif,' wear mere if a pinniy nun mji uirmuni iii 1 1 1 1 r Wvitff Fall Fabrics exa-tly i-ui t ! to your need. ment mav seem broad. It may even s.-erri exaggerated, but the . i i . . . .'i n i. . .: i . . . . - ..... verTivisfyr.els, variety ana attractiveness ni ii an iniw conclusively us reason- ni'ss arvjruth. fact that the newest style creations from the greatest Dress doods pro .......... i . , ii , . . i i pem mills are HhKr. lor your approval, ami in. aiiueu iaci inai every yarn ;LAc ctl"er comes to our customers at lowest Mill-to-Heater prices, plusourown mull profit, make this announcement one of great importance to every thritty Dress (Joods buyer in town. -J-" A Exclusive Representatives of the 1 La Porte WOOLEN MILLS ...

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. — 18 September 1913

P R 0 V 11 S S I O N A L Dr. O. M. HALLKNUKU Dkntist Office First National Hank Bid' Telephone No. 2P9 Lubbock, Texan J)K. K.J. HALL PHYHIMAH ANf Strokon Office lla Cross Pharmacy PHOVFS J Office 171 Lubbock, Texas DK. (HAS. V. CLAYTON PlIYSK IAV AM Sl ROFK.V Citation By Publication The State of Texan To the sheriff f.r any t'onntnhle of Lub bock roiitity (irertirin?; You are hereby commanded, that by j makm publication of thin ntatmn in mime nownpHper published in thepount.vt or i, minora, ir mere ir a newspaper published in iiaiil county, but if not, then in the nearest county where a newspaper in puhlinhedl for eitfht nuc cenmve week previous to the return (lay hereof, you nummon th unknown heir of Mm. Jennie F. Hanlett, deceas ed, and their heir and lejral representa tives, whose namen an.t places of reni- 1 I'M to the above denrrihed deed from denre am unknown, to I and aniiear C. A. Haslett and wife, Jennie K. Han- rultivatin,;, iminfr and ennyinf the j nnm. , nir n iitufi hi ...

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