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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 18 September 1913

COMING o o o The time is coming whqft Workmanship. I amlpr You will soon wa saving you the time ai on short notice. Eve to give satisfaction. Better have your Phone 23 Chamber of Commerce Column The following article is taken from a Santa Fe folder dealing with the Panhandle and South Plains. It is worth reading, and you who might be tempted to be fearful of the future, take heart. THK I I BHOCK DISTRICT T.ie Lubbock district embraces the shallow water lands in I .in hot k and Hockley counties where the development is constantly in creasing. Here as in other districts wells are being con tracted so rapidly that only unusually large plants attract p trticuiar attention. Amor.g such may be mentioned the well of the Hoii. Jno. I Wortham, some eight miles east of Lubbock with a (low ot 2000 gallons per minute. This is one of the units in the development of a tract of some 14,000 acres of land. Wherever the attempt to secure water in uuantity has been made, failures are unknown. Lubbock ...

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. — 25 September 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25,1913 NUMBER 12 I S E! I irrigated acre with other irriuat- 1 .J LI - ...J . . - MONEY IN BEAR GRASS I IS NT eo vi'ttexariics in proporuonare production and maricet oale. j Mr. Lloyd now ha on exhibition i S. B. Oliver, Representing a St. Louis firm Here to Investigate Quantity and Quality of Grass I at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce a Japanese buaaeri I bean hk1 1 1 inches long and .' 1 2 CITY AND WHAT IS 1 inches around. ; $10.(HK WORTH OF MI I.KS KROM 'AMARILLO VISITOR LEARNS ABOUT OUR BEING DONE S. I!. Oliver, who was at one GENERAL AIR OF SATISFACTION DEPARTMENT PREVAILS IN EVERY time a citien of this citv. and i ONE KARM j who is acquainted with a number! old of our people, arrived in the citv. I 'Morton J. Smith, lately from hi Lubbock county farm a! Tuesday afternoon from Logan, I drove or ! young mulis lor .i,Cff ifAii-uf wnere ne na? oeen i . . K.'v... U..., . L .... 1. i. Mm 1 PROMS 0...

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. — 25 September 1913

o jj JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF PALMER'S PERFUMES AND TOILET ARTICLES GUARANTEED THE BEST LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY i PHONE 152 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING w w w ww w WWWW W W W W WW W WWW WW W W WW w w WW W WW w W w W w w w w w w w CCCCC0C0C0C0COC0CCC0C0C0C THE AVALANCHE PUBLIKHKO EVKHV THUKHDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INOOKl-OKATICD CO. JAMES L. DOW, KDITOR. ICutereU at the PcMtoffic at Lubbock, Tmw, for trsnsmlwlon IhrouKli lb MftlW m second claf muter. One Yrir 11.00 SUBSCRMTION BATES: (Strictly in A1ydm) Six Months 50c OYEurutiNu Katm: Locals 10 cent per line etch Insertion. P1ply ertlsf menta 16 centu per single column inch per week; apeclal ratea year contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrlrtenby ouraelTM. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsroenta, where a revenue la derived therefrom, 6 centa per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. enter the race for governor next year. Letters have been sent out all ov...

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. — 25 September 1913

The Palace Barber Shop DROWN & PAYNl;, Prop. Our shop N 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 for work here. Four Math Tubs and plenty of hot water. Shop South Side. :-: :-: $19 PER DAY FARMING Crosby Cojnty Man figures Made it. Will Crosby Have Stock La? I Citation by Publication I The ttat of Tea. : T the Sheriff or any eonatahte of f.ub i hock rounty Greeting: I You ar hereby rommanilmi to sum mnn R. E. Newlanria by making publi- ration of thin ritation onre in earh week for four tirretv wk previous to I the return day hereof, in some news- fiiiiwr published in your enmity if tln-re ip a newspaper published therein, but if not. then in any newspaer published 1 in the 7-ind judicial district; but if there be no newspaper published in said judicial liiHtrirt. then in a nrwpajier published in the nearest district to mini 72 judiriitl district; to appear lit the next re...

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. — 25 September 1913

m TJ a "T T A MflH ir in th history of the state, and TERRYITES DISAPPOINTED Hit High Cost paper is much improved in gen- I'VRLtttll BD BVBKT TnURDT BT THE AVALANCIIK PUIILIHIIING INCOKfOMATKD CO. AM ICS L. HOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Poalotlloj at, Lubbock, Texas, for tramtmlMlorj through the If kill u second uIsm matter. One Ycr ll.ou St'IlSCRIPTION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Montht 50c uvRHTiniNH KATKit:Iocala 10 rents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertl.'-f nifiit ,s cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts Cards of thanks, resolutions. Obituaries, (other than written b j ourselves. 2 1-2 rami per line. Church advertlsmenta, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, fi cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, IKXAS, THURSDAY, SKI'T., 25, Mil eral appearance and usefulness. Newspnper men should take this into consideration betore under-1 (av taking...

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. — 25 September 1913

r NHIIMHHIIHMMHHHNHMHHMHIIMIHIMMIIHtMIHMMMtlllHMHHHMMMHNHNMMMNHNHHHNHHHHNNIMIHH s X Have You Been to 7Vy New Store? I If not I would be pleaded for you to call in and see my stock of Orocerie and Racket Good. I am better prepared to till your wanU in these lines than ever before. I have many articles In the store that you need and would buy if you really knew they could be had in town. 5pace will not permit me to name them here, but come In and we will be pleased to show you our well selected stock. My prices are right. J. H. MOORE, The Close Price Store West Side of the Squnre Telephone 39 : : i s 9 m Build a Bank Account To do thi you must he pertinent Mvcr. To ave your money you mut keep it in the hank where it will he sate from burglar, or loss in many way that come about where you keep it around the house, or in your pocket. Money in your pocket M ajway spent rapidly. Put it in the hank where y.u check on your account, and you are not apt to ue it tiniest you really need it. 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. — 25 September 1913

rrHLIKHKU VKt TUUIIHUAT by TIIK AVAL.ANCHK PUHLIHIIINO CO- !NtH)llOMATr.n KD1TOK. AMKS L. lOW, EnterH at u7i l'otofl1c t LubbooK, Tiu, for transmission throuifh the WfttlR i ircoml claiw matter. One er sun SfllSOIUlTION BATES: (Strictly Iti Advance) Sis Month 50c uvhhtiii Htw-Looali l' ftnU ht line each Itmcrtlon. Dliplay- ad verllMMiiPiits 16 tvntnicr Mnle column Inch per week; spectal rate on rear contract Card of thanks, resolution, Obituaries, (other than writtenby ourtclves. 1 -2 cent per line. Church advertUmenU, where a revenue U derived therefrom, fi cent per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 10 per year If paid In advance. Phones j Business Office 11 I Residence 242 LUBBOCK, I'KXAS, THURSDAY, SKIT., i!5, 1913 A WARNING NOTE The Avalanche is a stickler for Lubbock, which fact all who take theitime to read the paper will know, we are anxious that her future be well guarded and provided for. We would that aa she is growing to be a city that will some day have the bal...

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. — 25 September 1913

r Chamber of Commerce Column lico. W. Hr'iKK, Secretary. AH exhibits must tered ty Saturday Ort. Ith, and all livestock by 10 o'clock Monday morn inff. I'lease be governed hy these rules. OKO. W. HIlNJdS, Sec. Chamber of Commerce. be en-1 W'lth the larsre front night which are in the store window of Lub bock, it would he possible to add i a great deal to the attractiveness (if the business places, if more attention wan paid to window i dressing. Why not for Fair day. I make a special effort to dress up I tne windows of all business ! places, and make the city as at tractive as possible for that cold. Civilization has assigned C30( to Texas the monumental task of clothing :HM.XKI.(KK people. 1 2C While cotton is our leading tiore. j we rank well in production of(0 wool as compared with other 0 states. According to the thirteenth federal census report, (MHO), there are .r.72,:;s I acres devoted to the raising of kaflir and rnilo maize. This crop was worth $i;,kio,(hio. "When I'ncle Sa...

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. — 25 September 1913

t Syrup That 1$ Syrup V f . . . . u. . .. a.ma ll la v ria nulv X 1 4. a- I all kT t r... m n I'Jwi riv ' r,f,.r Br1, ( Uf-n W f.v Hi Ill Xlil it JhiII. UlA U ''h (! r ri 4 ttKM IM1 b- l ' ' II Mitt i"f I Br. KR 4 K Ml St V ttt b- f-wr v Md it-! hi my ll .'ll Clank Tun- a Lkrtl Bitrnnllr .mil dtrrlly Ul llu lli.l wikI utitMl. mill tl Uw Ll'in. HU It liltnHiilfc Ir. r J ( lit SI. V Ml.. 1'4Ml. O AAA br l"w1"l. J' 1st. l(j.lt mllv Ml. I. toialtalHi. CYRUP Delietout Paanut Brittle Ml niMlvr nn mp J Kltmri . .ft hiifVia, !! rap, ! . fc.il .rpo.i ririai n.:i. . . ol 'I ' 'I ai.i..i, lb." pi,.t i4 ii.u t .l.' 'i:..' b..ll ( UK I 'I " I" ' J "' Tk" add .-li.u.it a.- d iiiut, .i4 wten tin . -ll -uinl row U l-o Wft (.iii. tu f JvfJ ll lll'H "" '' ! ! naf .r .V':: . n fMr4 p'"l V ttn. ciM, ll Craven Buys Section Dr. B. K. Cravpn. of Waco, who npnt nevertl dy here lat wwk purehftnH ft section of land from Frank Bowles a few miles northwest of this place, on the canyon. j We understand that the...

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. — 25 September 1913

I PREMIUM LIST OF COUNTY ID CM 'S FII OCTOBER KAKHR fORN l!est five bundles ... Second - Third Fourth WHITE Mll.o Heaviest lir heads Second . Third Fourth RKD MH O Heaviest 2T heads Seoond Third Fourth FETKRITA Heaviest 2.i heads Second Third Fourth CANE Rest five bundles Second Third Fourth INMAN CORN Rest ten ears of corn MILLET Best bale Second SfllAN GRASS J j COW I'KAS .$."5.00 Host peck .. 3.00 Second .. 2.IHI COTTON 1.00 ftest stalk . : Second $.-,.00 Third 00 SWKKT POTATOES 8 chickens, Judire W. R. Spencer $1.00 Rest Mack Minorca chickens Ir. J. K. F.llia 1.00 Rest White Fjrhorn chickens. I. L Hunt 1.00 hVst Plymouth Hock chickens, J. R. Kinjr l.K (TI.INKRY 1-(HI Rest pumpkin pie, (Joe. M Roles $'--jBe8t cake, J. K. Wester J M I Best liht bread, A. S. 1"" f-ewis SEWING HOW AMENDMENTS WENT Some of Them Received Defeating Blows at the Rateof Six to One If $2.00 2.00 best bushel W.00 Be9t dres!) ma,iP from cneap 1. (HI becond J.00 Austin, Texas, Sept. 20. - With M counties miss...

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. — 25 September 1913

SCURRY MAN SEEKS LABOR He Hai 700 Acre Cotton Produc ing 175 Bates -4 Cam West Many Years Ago The labor situation in Scurry county is critical. There is no strike. Thi're is no urievance be tween employe and employer. It is simplv a matter of finding labor for the fields which are white unto harvest. Thi9 was the way U. L. Mc Mullan a prosperous Scurry coun ty farmer from near Snyder, ex pressed the situation. He has 700 acres in cotton. He predicts a yield of a quarter of a bale to the acre. While other lands in that county will produce so much in most instances, his land i9 al most entirely sandy soil. There is a mecedonian call for labors for the "vineyard." Mr. Mc Mullan has been in many towns trying to gather sufficient help to harvest his crop, but has not been successful. He dropped in to Abilene where he had been in formed many families were with out employment. A day's search in ever quarter ot the city broueht no response, there be ing very few out of work. Mr. McMullan st...

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. — 25 September 1913

PIERCE BROTHER REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND CATTLE OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS PROFESSIONAL f Dr. 0. -M. HALLKNdKi: lK?ITIrtT Office First National Hank Bld'g. Tel'(rfiorie No. arm Lubbock, Tex at 'cultivating, using and enjoying the! i Hmi-, fur a period of mure than ten i ' years before the commencement of thin I unit, and that plaintitr claim title to , j u l j r r xani aivf dirriiini land and premises Improved Methods of Feeding En- Iunner me staiuie ot limitation or en years. That the claim of the defendants un ; known heirs of Mr. Jennie K. Maslett, j deceased, ana incir neira anu legal CATTLE THEN AND NOW able Stockmen to Market Better and More Cattle 1)11. JLJ. HALL Office lied Cros I'fiarmaey 1 HUN his. ( iajHenc6.iii, Lubbock, Texan J)K. (HAS. K. CLAY'in.V I'llTiiriAN Aft Sr I." Office at Lnbbork Sanita rium anrl b ni'iKiintment over Red Otom Dm Store. ! Tn. .ndWr; Phone .'() Citation By Publication The Slate of Texan To the sherif...

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. — 25 September 1913

I brethren In tendering the use of Church Notes their Baptistry Is f really appre Classified Ads. First in Ivciyfliiiig Pint in Qtiatily Firtt in Krtult$ Firtt in frify Firtt in Economy find for tlirm reason Cnltinut Baking 1'ot. i!i r Is first in tlic In .utsul't!iriiiilli"U v( l'ou-iewiws uliu nsr il mid Kiwnv it. trnrvti) HirjifsT HM v.iU i rt rw4 tipMM, .. lim. t jr LirwlMa, Into. Mutt, l!L POWDER) 1 tNOTMADEBYTHETFUsI fiii in ill tt tttt nxn II fill II I I V.I IU II Ulna 1 I I We will b glad to mik ny an- iminrnnctitji of Church Xtrvic. I'ro Krami, tc, in thit column ! of trharxtt, where no rrvxnue li rrrftvrd from th rvirp. - Editor. ) H0ME-rOMI0 DAY " Thus we designate the aer J vices at the Baptist church Sun day. We hope to make the day unusual and helpful to all. Everybody is invited. Every ; member who can come is ex j pected. Especially is it desired : that those who recently join ' ed be present. e ask all 'Ilaptists of the vicinity to come. There is to be a roll call o...

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. — 2 October 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE J VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER,' 2, 1913 NUMBER 13 run GflSAT SLOW RAINS FOR THE PAST WEEK HAVE WET THE GROUND TO CONSIDERABLE DEPTH THE RANGE CONDITIONS Farmers are Delayed in Gathering Crops and Some Damage is Re ported Because of the Wet Weather at This Time Crops art Bringing Good Prices and Demand is Steady, The Plains country is getting a thorough soaking. For the past two weeks with the except- ' ion of two days. Tallin weather ha been in vogue.. It has not been the kind of damp ness that this section of the state usually vets, but it has been a slow precipitation, the greater part of the water that has fallen having soaked into the ground, giving us a splendid season, and wetting the ground to a considerable depth. Reports from the range dis tricts are to the effect that the rains will help the condition of the raniie a great deal. Grass is still growing, notwithstanding that there was a few days last week in which a fire...

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. — 2 October 1913

i T H K A V A L. A N O H E l'l HUMIKU KVtfUY THt'ltADAT HT TIIK AVAL.ANCHK PUBLISHING IMKiKI'OMATKO JAM KS L. ItW, Entered at, tlie Jfulofflc t Lubtwck, Tkim, for trHnHml-wion through tlie Mkllit an second class muter. Sr'JlSCfUITION RATIOS: One Year 11. oo (Strictly In Advanco) Sli Monthi 50c auvrktimnh iUtbn Loc!i 10 crnts per line cch Insertion. Display- ad veni.sf iniMit.s l,S crtitH per xlnle I'ulumn incli per week; special rate on year contract Card of thank, resolutlorw, Obituaries, (other than writtenb) ourselves. 2 l-ieenu per line, l.'hurch advertlsments, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, fi cent per line. V rofewlonal card 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. the feed to come and buy. It will in all probability prove a money proposition ami will be come very popular in this coun try, and will make the rlaina a KMTtm. . (tiding ground for becf-n fin CO. Nhing ground, if you please, and ii hh t ho stfu'lf lis n the pvtipnsp ,.( .hir.r.i hi. .h.lT t fW n.n...

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. — 2 October 1913

) Chamber of Commerce Column Geo. W. Briggs, Secretary. All exhibits must be en-efforts will tcrcd by fcaturday night, everything Oct. 1th, and all livestock by 10 o'clock Monday morn ing. IMease be governed by these rules. (JKO. W. HKKitiS, Sec. Chamber of Commerce. made a roller for thia purpose. I iome new roads within a reaaon With an unlimited aupply of rocker near future, near by in the canyon, thmak-' inic of irowl roads and streets is be made to handle! comparatively easy pronosi- We have been sending out literature to the addrpsws of i people whose names have been given us. Some have been re turned, and we have received a a number of inquiries from others. Some have written to their friends. We have this re in a business like way. Kvery exhibitor will get a square deal, for the judpes are fair men, and will not know whose entries they are judtfini? as all entries will be numbered, with no names attached. f i ... u.. ;..:,.,) r.vtrrywne is iiu umnjr i n iuc u ptfort to iook ...

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. — 2 October 1913

4 THE AVALANCHE I'VBLItMD IVBRf THUIWDAI ST HPTTTC AVALANCHK PUHLIHIIING CO. INOOHI'OHATieD IAMKS L. DOW, ' E!T.B.' Entered "at th PMteTUbtocIc, Tim. for traosrolMion through th Mailt u second clw matter. ' 0n Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Adtance) Sii Month 60c nvMTitN RTw:-Locli 10 cenu per line etch Inaertlon. Dliplty- d "XwnU TlSwnuprlnl. column Inch per week; ipecltl nlM on leir wntricU Crrf of thtnkt, resolution. Obltuarfet, (other than wMtenbElVea. 1-2 cenu per Un. Church tdrertUmenU where 'reTen ue ! den red therefrom, ft cent per line. Profelonl card. 11.00 per month or 110 per yrr If pld In urtvtnce. Phones I BusinenB Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT., 2, 1913 BRINGS ON MORE TALK One day last week, J. D. Boon a prominent citizen of the Camp Springs community, was in Sny der, and while in conversation with the editor of West Texas Farm News, stated that the bulk of the cotton raised in his com munity was being carried to Ro tan, to be mark...

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. — 2 October 1913

I: BISHOP Of COTTONTOWN Catarrh Cannot He Cured I'll l.nrL I TI.K A rrHf, u lhT iMfiunt Mr In- .! il 7S- ll f'aurrll w M'..l M r.i.li-t-illi.i.l rtNi-. nd mi i.. In riir II If'HI MUM l.fc. it-ni.l f.i.lr. Hilt I ,Lrh I'hi It Ufcrff 11- A Story Gleaned From "The S!ory;r;;:i-,UVCTlK?r!r of the Southern Cotton Mills" j by John Trofwood Moore In the subtirhs of a trrviing North Alabama town, lying in "the Tennessee valley and flanked on rx-th sides by low, regularly rolling mountains, had heen built. And thus Cot tontown bad stood for Severn I vears. n new protitem in FiTi'liem life and fodustrv. Ie the m"nfi'.vbile another tmildinc bad been pit tip- a little 11 eir'lv t'nilt cbnrl. of loner leaf yellow ire. it was known as the Bishop church, and sat on the side of tl e mountain. It is (rood for the wr!d now and then to go back to first principles in reliuion. it would be better for it never to pet away from them; but. since it has that way of doing li"- II mm inM rli-r1 I. .rf HV I tih...

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. — 2 October 1913

A NEW CAR OF FLOUR JUST ARRIVED We have lust unloaded another car of the celebrated LARAHI; FLOUR, which has become so popular with the Housewives of thl. territory. Our sales have very heavy during the few months, and repeated orders convince us that this flour Is KlvlnK entire satisfaction. We are Hi to make thl skml ? price on this flour as on our last car. $.1.25 PER NUOREU. If yoif have never used It, try a hundred pounds and you'll not want any Other kind. . ....,r-'-- t?i i . ire iftlrt "J?. Ii:t IXtllMI) tlnn't unrrt iniircrlf rhurnlnir icll fh rrrrnn. BRING U5 ALL. Tnr. tKbAm yuu nwc iu ulu; """mh ,w - 3 , TELEPHONES 435 AND 284 LONG BROTHERS STORE ONE DOOR EAST Or POST OFFICE " THE ITHLIPniD KVKUY THUWDAY BV THE AVALANCHfC PUBLISHING CO- LNOOKPOKATKD JAMK L. DOW, EDITOR. fcniered at U Potofflc it Lubbock, Tbim, for tranmlMion turouith th. tf&lli w econd claw matter. . One Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly lu Advance) Sli Months 50c aDVBBT.niN. RTiw:-Local 10 cen...

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. — 2 October 1913

-TV TT J' GOOD CORN IN YOAKUM Webber Rais$ Some Fine Corn M0m W. K. DICKINSON, SR., V. P. C. R. PAMKS. V. P. JNO. W. BAKflP, Pres. C. D. LFMTR, Cashier F. FT. CPAKI, Ans't. Cashier. OF I i w i This Year-Baptut Hold Meeting at Plains Y4kuMCHinly Nrwi. ' J. S. Webber was up from Sli-j go Monday and brought the News editor some specimens of his present years crop. He brought: corn, maize and the new feed i product called Feterita, resem- bling maize and is claimed to the greatest dry weather resist ing feed product known. Mr. Webber's maize is Rood, but more than that can be said about his corn. The stalks are long and j rank, and many of them bearing I two large ears. He brought with I him a number of ears that he I pulled from the stalks which will I compare favorably with cornj raised in the Brazos and Arkan-I sas river bottom. i The Baptist protracted meet-! ing commenced here last Mon day night. As previously an nounced through this paper Rev- . .. .... I lii t. F. Baucom, state e...

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