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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 October 1913

nCCOCOCOCOCOCOCODODOCODOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCO v n u o u o u o u o u o u o u o a o u o a o a Many Good Things to Eat Our Rakerr Products furnish a splendid variety of .nta that MAVPR the housewife much hard work to prepare. Fresh iked the same day Cakes Pies. etc. r resin are found in this ntore. rouHv tn pata. thftt sal llroad rooked the same dav. Cakes. Pies. etc. Fresher than you can jret anywhere else in town.- We also have fresh Potato Chips Boiled and minc ed Ham etc always ready for you. ForSai.k-32 head of shoats. Will have them irVLuibock on Monday Oct. (ith. Til Merrill. V 13 ltp Fob Sake -fi'vo horses and a new surrey. or credit. J. P. Elliott. 13 2t For Sale vr Trade-For tows Fctfpw'i4itered Jersey Hull. H.fiNo. mM coming 3 years oit VccUnjnted best milk oDoaononononoDonononononononononononoPoo vSKfrfeS j'nlt fe . box 143-G.. Crosbvton. Texas. '13 2t REMEMBER OUR STOCK OF HIGH GRADE GROCERIES Hunt Grocery Co. n o o a o o o o a o o o a o Classified Ads. For SJAI.e Mv residenre ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

' THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER. 31913 NUMBER 14 TIE FAIR WAS WEIL ATTENDEO' PROGRESS ON CUT OFF Trains by Oprember First is the Latest Report. Tnrk Within 10 Miles of T e x c o MEXICAN BOY IS SHOT White Boy Shoots Younjr Mexican at Santa Fe Ca'itp in Bailey j Lounty-Mexican Will Live IDE BOYS NEED NEW EQUIPMENT PEOPLE FROM ALL PARTS OF THE SOUTH PLAINS WERE HERE ANO MANY FROM OUT OF THE STATE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS WERE EXCEPTIONALLY FIHE i A Great Variety of Farm Products Livestock Poultry Needieork Flow's Art Etc. Were on Exhibition and Made a Most Cred tib'e Showing - People Were Uelighted To those who attended the 'gani.e the Luboock t otinty Fair fair at this place last Monday Association it is use c for us to state these The following are the jri;e things bit t)t!u feibv thi tiwonhythe winners hs nearly as could not be here or whi Hid we are able to pet them as there not think it worth while to come were some of the winners nam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

i i TTT. .......Tm7.....MmmiMMHWIIMMMH T H E A V A LAN OH K brains care or prudence" iou re shame to the town to the t-vBimriBO vKf tuukkdat at decent utiiM anu inomer wno TIIK AVALANCIIK PUHMHII1NO CO. begntyoi. We can have sym- iimiomatmu ipathy for a natural horn idiot KtilTok. I but we fail utterly when we look i iiiitiii a man u ho has deliberate- Entered at h l-.Mc at Lubbock. Te.aa. for tramnrlsnon lluou! th. . Jy gn " -- - - .automobile. I will put you RATKS MM Eh L. lOW No Matter Which Side of the Beef Question j vou look at. .whether for quality? whetherfoi'price you cannot do snisCRII'TiON batw: where you will ntt (Strictly in Amnci on ad One Year l oo . . ....; Z 'u .tm'-Ia'iIi 10 tenia mi line each lnvrtlon. Display vfrtl-m'ert 1.1 ct-nlt per MnKl column Inch per week: special " rear contrary Card of thank. reKOlullon. Obltuarlea. (other than writtenbv ourselvea. 2 1-2 cnta per line. Church advertUnienU where . !!.... w d..f.ved therefrom. 6 centa per line. Frofcaalonal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

oacaoncaoDcaoaoaoDC3onooonoaoaoaonoaoDCc:oaoaoDoaoncaoDoaoac3oacaoac3oncDcac3C3CD n LUBBOCK GRAIN AND UQAIL UO. a a O o a o o a o a o a EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 o o a o a o o A big Stock of Grain Hay Feed Stuff of All Kinds. Also Wholesale Flour and Meal. A Good Supply of CoaJ Always on Ha.nd. Town Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Pert of Town o noDonoDononoDonoDonopoaoooPoaoPOPOPononosooPOPOPOPooPooPOonononononoDoaoDOOOOn n rai r (AC Lubbock Thirteen Years Ago Items taken from the Lubbock Avalanche Oct. 12 1900 Court is over. AH ran liiiates have lett town. Mayor Knos L Seeds went down to (Jail Tuesday of last week. John W. Gordon was one of the boys who rode the famous Masonic Kfat Friday niht. H?nry Westbrook came in from Canyon Sunday with a larjre load of freight for Hunt & Wheelock. J. W. Inond Jr. was in attending the Masonic meeting Friday niRht. John C. Coleman came in Sun- day from Canyon with a larare load of freight for Lubbock merchants. John haa been gone nearly twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

t T II K A V ALA NO H K The Fair in over SCCCKSS. ami it wan COCCCCCCCCCOCCCCCCCCCCCCCwCOCCCCCCCCCCCO. rVHtritllKD BVBHf Tni'MDAV KT TIIK AVAL.ANCIIK l'UHMHIIINO INCOWI'OWA TKU Entered Mails CO ' Farmers ''ducate your boys. 1 V'oti rn.iv irive them mnnfv. but JAMF-S L. IKW M M I Oil. . w Y()(i e'red kt the I'ostortlM t Lubliock Texa. for tranittTlsion tlirouih the j. trim property and they Mtecond cIbm mktter. ma v not know how to keep it. St'HSCRU'TION KATKS: 1 ( live them nn education and they On. Yr it. on (Strictly In Advnc) 8u Month! 6c i wj have something that cannot I . .."-. "i v. i in . put. nir line ech inm-rtion. Display- d ' be taken awav something that i vertiT.ent 15 cent per uliyi. column nc h ir wetk; ; they can Rive and still retain 1 er contracts Card of thank resolution Obituaries (other than . . . writtenby ourselve 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlnmetitJi whe re ; something that Will Rive them a a reenue U derived therefrom 5 cents per line. Professional car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

1 23fr Mori soil wster bv plnwiag before the! Catarrh Cannot Be Cured rain rnme it might be well to) :V.VV !.:' iVi:'Li 2f at 4 nriWr in i-tf H fx I avrtl K a tne result or one i - r-ir stare that determination it waa there were one hundred 1 antral mit 2 --e- r.TJrmrAVnti' iliUlagiilil vmrxiffi 7 W NEW CLUB- SHOT SHELLS Nick hat gtinne (if f Ionia. "The ShU AVith I . rr. promt of the rurt t named cur fc'irli pnwi loiino mat !.. h.h j .m . i...ir ( W M a4 a-aj t J ih. hN( 4yMr.a m inn nionirr m in aVr.iiv ... . tons more watT in an acre '" "' ' frjr- . I that had hwn so treated L;"l;';;:.7J!:S' V."...:.;".'. "V VrT j than in a similar aere not fall-i r ir j'.? -t '" Vvff plowed. In another inatanre. j ""'". er inn oi iouneen aetermmauons : ' fall-plowing showed a larger I winter and early spring. water content in every instance j Turn the land if possible to a ; ranging from seventy-two toi'Pth "f at t eiht inches two hundred and sixty-four tons I anf nn fallow this plowing per am m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

A JUST RECEIVED . THIRTY B0XE5 WIN DOW GLASS ALL SIZES ) ; 17E CUT THE GLASS ANY SIZE OR SHAPE AND CAN SET IT FOR YOU OUR STOCK OF WALL PAPER IS COMPLETE ALSO PAINTS VARNISHES ETC. Ac' Jo Towle NORTH SIDE SQUARE ! - ! THE FAIR WAS WELL ATTENDED (Continued from first page) pair over two months and under six; Doujrlas Pounds 10. 00. HORSES Best colt under eijrht months; J. B. Potts. $7.50. Second: J. M. Stevens 5.00. Best farm horse team; Joe Powell 5. (Hi. Best farm mule teati: Joe Pow- ell. 5.00. HULLS Best one-year-old beef bull: Newman Boles $5.00. Best one-year-oid dairy bull: Frank Bowles 5.00. I'Ol'LTKY The best pen consisting of one male four females of each of the following classes: Kiulish CUss; Kd Hooner $2.00. Mediteranean class; Mrs. Viola Dmitrherty 2.00. Ameri- can class: Doujrlas Pounds 2.00. Asiatic class; W.'B. Downing 200. Bestlpair of Indian Runner ducks: Experimental Farm. 2.00. Aside from the prizes awarded the judges wish us to state that there were many article...

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

ooonoaotfooooooonornonononon o S. l'(L)h o a a o a O o o o o o a o a o Our Coal is a Champion knocker out of cold weather. Low tempera- ture need have no terrors for vou with a good- ly supply of our coal in yoor Lin. We say our coal because it' is different from the ordinary. It is much better because it is entirely free from dirt stones or slate and every lump helps to knock out the cold. Downing & Hill o a o o a o a o o a O a o a o a o a o a o a o o a o; a o ODODODOQODODSOODOODODOaoaO W. U. T. at Littlefeld Littlefield. Texas. Oct. S.-C. F. Malone foreman of the Western t'nion Telegraph (.'on struct ion gang is located now at Moneyl Money!! Money!!! We want to ask our customers whose accounts are more than :!0 days olil to please com in and take them up as the tiflfo of the year has come for settlements to M.diand Stock NotM J. H. Kpley in from a visit to his ranch near Stanton this week reports everything in fine shape. Also that ho sold l?rfl calves to Frank Arion at $2- ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY. FIRE INSURANCE I L STRONGEST COMPAWta un tn i n CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PICKINGVSGATHERINGCOTTON rlCKINGVSGATrunlfoUlUI I UN Craynn County Farmer Gathers Staple in the Boll and Modern Machinery Produces Lint. Sherman. Tex.. Oct. 4.- AVill cotton picking be revolu- tionized. and that in the near ( future? This is a question that j some people think will be ans- wered in the affirmative. A number of years ago a Yankee from some Northern State who had never seen a talk of cotton in his life rented a piece of land in Grayson County and. of course had to LET US SHOW YOU" Tliat'n all we want to do "SHOW YOU" our line jtock of Lumber aul BuiM itiK Material" and name you ourt jricen. and the pu'ls will'Hl! themselrttM t )rv a.)! loolcat our stock . V 7 ... . ill cTnw you tliat we nave the hesfaHortiucnt of every- tliitip iiecexxary to build with art u no liere. It is the best we couhi buy tiecaune there in no better. If it's 1inibnr or Building Material ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

BROWN FIELD ON APPRAISMENT Jcame to this part of the Main 'country. and unlike mnny other Say) Appraiser? Discriminated in Sotting of Value? People are not Getting What They Deserve men ranching on a large scale he has alwava been the friend of the sottler. He has all the time encouraged the country leing Mettled tin hv farmers and has Mr M V. Hrownfield and wife 'agisted that class of citizens cane over from lirownf.eld Tucm- ' with money teams and in many . . .. . w other ways: in fact no other day afternoon intending lman jr the- country has done as tend their trip into Mexico where m(Jch ff)r the farrner9 as he has Mr. Brownfield has some rattle !ine It was by helping the son nterests. but on account of the ()f an old friend that he came in heavy rains they spent Tuesday possession of this Yoakum county and Wednesday in Plains. The section of land. He furnished editor of the News asked Mr. ! young McPaniel money to im- Hrownfteld while here what he prove the land and stood for h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

Chamber of Commerce Column Ceo. W. Briggs Secretary. The fair is over but the re- dryent years to more in the soil suit will he felt for a long time. 'all the water that our staple As an educational feature for crops will need to mat re thtm the people of Lubbock it was the! but to derive the benefit from best thing undertaken and we ! this store it requires that the feel like congratulating the t'ivic escape of this atoredup mois- LeaRue and the Chamber of i ture shall he prevented by fre- Commerce. We made mistakes .quent shallow cultivations par- Therefore we are anxious for the fit to you as well at the city of Lubbock? Wouldn't you like nearer neighbors? Wouldn't you like the value of the land to increase? Wouldn't you like to see this whole county thickly settled and well ' developed? That is what the Chamber of Commerce is working for. We are working for more railroads to give us better market con- ditions. Won't that help you? but they were mistakes of igno- rance not intent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

77 PROFESSION Dr. C. M. HAlXKXHKi: Dr.ffTiT Office First National Rank Bid'- Telephone No -WJ Lubbock Texas DR. K. J. HALL PlIVHIClAN ANU Si'KOtToH (tfiCrl U4 Crows Pharmat'y i fifl;. 171 ) VTTlce III PHONES. ) Rpaidrnce 53 Lubbock Tnia A IT nil 'f I ?AJMrtl111 ' OVKKTON Medu-al and Surgical ('aen Lubbock. Texas. DR. M. C OVKKTON. Office Phone 46 Residence Phone Vfi DR. C. J. WAOSKK Office Phone 40 Renidence Phone IJS DR. J. A. STKVKNSON (Jraduate Wterinarian. Tortiuto. Canad. 1 Ixx-atp'l at Lubbock Txai (MHfH Plume '.;'. and ItiT. DR. ( HAS. K. ( LAVDN Pmv-I' ia s.yt Si k..k ftirei at Lubbock Sanita- rium and by appointment over lied Cr'a Drue Store Ptiotie .'.o( DRS. HUTCHINSON and PKKBLER J T. HI T( HINSoS. tt p. Fyr Kar Noar and Tl mat. f F. PF.FBLF.R. . n Grnrral M-dinnr and Sur-rry. Rooma in Fiwt Natioral Park Pld'r LL'BBfXK. TKXAS ROStOK U1LSON ATTORrv-AT-L w Office: Firs I Natu-nn! Ptnk Building Lubbock Texa II KAN A- KLKTT Lnwyer Lubbock. Te Tour Ita-aJ bJtnand notarial or....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 October 1913

Setter Eaiked 4 Society Items' BY MRS. D. ROBINSON rill Prit. Downing Summers. Powy. Reynolds Sander. Lem- the enthusiastic sixwhes it was soon evident that only an npitof l Mioses Smle and IlulF. Yi nyT tustcfi fi-ui th.in tlione .- 'Yttv I bhke.l JithCnlnmrt. " tf 1 TWKSTIETH ( KNTI'RY ' The Twentieth Century Club fmet in its hrst meeting or the year at the home of Mrs. Cate bt'pt. I). V.n'o. Quite a pleasant I evening was spent andasplen-j l'Jll nkkdi.k ri.t'H did program was rendered. I The 11U1 Needle Club The regular study was taken ' with Mesdames Carter up Sept. 2:!. l'.i:5. Mrs. H. T Kimbro "hostess. RF.CtlVFD HICHEST AWARDS PT( VxpoJkton. T ond Boerner. Baugh (IrilFin. K. itunity to vote on the question WollTarih Spencer Jim Bob- j was required to show the unani- inson Cochran. Thomas. ' Rush mity of the sentiment. Jim O'Neal Johnson. Benson The following officers were Harrington Davidson Kobbins elected and mmmittepsappojnted: Harjrin Henry. Bole. Atkins. Mrs. W. B. Burfo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

THE : LUBBOCK. AVALANCHE I O VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 1913 NUMBER 15 COMMISSIONERS'MOHTHLYSESSiOrj II THE TRADES DISPLAY THE GENERAL ROUTINE OF BUSINESS TRANSACTED AND OTHER MATTERS RECEIVE ATTENTION ALLEGED BANK ROBBER Given at the Lyric Theatre last Mar Giv'" Name as Bert Hum-i Tuesdav Night Was Quite Phres Arrested and Accused of ! a Success. i Robbing Seminole Bank I CITY UN. IS BUSY SESSION The Trades Display given at Last Tuesday morning Sheriff PRAIRIE DOG ELECTION RESULTED FOR EXTERMINATION f Only Two Oppoiing Votes Cast Though the Vote was Light- ! ing Ordered Built Across Street From W st Side of ' Court Yard to West Side Walk. -Cross- M'he Honorable CommS lioners j pasture to another. Court of Lubhork count met in . The Court instructed the over- rffular monthly session Monday 1 8e(rer on the Umb county roa(1 with a full attendance and tjtoat once open the road and following business whs transac'.-1 cPar it of aIi 00Uceii. Com- missione...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

9 A T H K A V ALA.NC.HK. rt'HLIHHKO Vh THUHDT SY TI1K AVALANCIIH 1UHL.ISI1ING INtifiHIKIMATEn CO. ;mks L. now for traiimtiWsion through toe tail MUfoornl ela. mityt. .. . . " "si'HSiRHTlON KATFS: Una Ye.r 11.00 (Strictly In Advance) Sii Mnntha Mc ts -Local lo.eni pt hub each iiiM-rtion. Display- so ' winter months always bring more keep WHY NOT SOMK VVHKAT? j While we are not mum rarmer. i 'ami probably not eligible to Rive ! advice still we cannot refrain I from suggesting that a good acreage of wheat would not be a bud idea this fall. There is now 1 a fine season in the ground and at thin season of the year. will i remain there for a long time even with no more moisture but the Move vsc y For mil form of Rheumatism K iiVRKTlrtf Nl K A . . . ' . i .. i i .niiiiii iwr I (tin rnnVh rdTthHwfwm. Ifeenu per line. Professional carrt. 11.00 per montlior10 p-ryeajit pld lliUWsnce. ... Church ailvrrllMmentu whi'rf Phones ) Business Office 14 ( Residence 242 LUBBOCK. fKXAS THURSDAY K'T 113 T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

I I 1 3 Removal INotlee To JWy Customers: I have moved my stock of jrood from the Merrill A Roberd building to the North Side of the Square in the building recent lv vacated by J. If. Hoore and you will find me here from thl date hence better prepared than ever to supply your vvfinj in the (irocory Hue. I alo "have a mall stock of Dry Ooods and Notions out of which stock you can get some real bargain. I will be pleaded to meet yon at my .store and sell you your groceries. My stock Is fresh and prices are right. W. S. Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Lubbock Toxoh INortli Side of Squnre SKIDOO TAHOKA POOL HALL handsome residence in North telegraphy. A visit to our ex- Tahoka Inst Saturday to Mr. hibit will show you why we have Vote in Lynn County Siy? it Must : Vales of Yoakum county for i the lartrest school of the kind in Go. Small Sells Residence to Yoakum County Man America when you are shown clearly why it is that we can make you a more practical and thorough stenographer in thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

c3C3C3cac3C3cac3C3C3cac3cac3cac3oacaoaccicacaoacaoacaoDcacacacacaoDcaoDcaoDcacaca n o n o n o n o n o n o n o OOtC GRAIN AND COAL CO. U O u o u o u o u o o EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 A big Stock of Grain Hay Feed Stuff of All Kinds. Also WholesoLle t lour and Plcal. A uood Supply of CoqlI Always on Hend. s Town Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Prt of Town o n Lononopononooononopo LUBB THE! AVALANCHE l'UBLIBHKD BVBHT TBVH8DAT ST THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. IWOOKPORAT1BD . EDITOR. AMES L. DOW Entered at lha Postofflea at Lubbock Teiaa for tranmnlMlon through ths Mails a second claw matter. snBSCRIPTlON RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month 60c iMa Year 11.00 a Dva-nnitrN Ratb: Local lOcenu per line each Insertion. Display- ad rartlMiiienta IS ccnta per injlt column Inch per week; special ratea on year contract Card of thank resolutions. Obituaries (other than written by ourselves. 1 1-2 crate per line. Cliureh adverttsmente where a revenue I derived therefrom 6 cente per line. Professi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

Pure Jersey Milk Sweet Milk Cream Flutter and flutter Milk. Special Httentinn 14 ghen extra orders for ice r ream purpose1. Delireries made every evening and morning. IDEAL DAIRY J. K. McIIJIANkV Prop. Phone ."r GAINES CATTLE MARKET Showi a Number of Dealt Some of Which Represent Greit Amount of Money DRILLING FOR OIL Yellow House Ranch Ownert Have Contracted for 2000 Foot Well Knott & Bairn Contractr s ""-i urtifftHij lex i)cr. ii The local rattle markf t has '; Vlensrs K nott and Raim. oil w.ll b'on unusually active during the i contractor who have been l.tnv past two weeks ami a number of large ilfals have been closed. In a majority of the trade steer yearlings have figured moxtly. the past month instiling a i drillinir apparatus have started work on the drilling of a well 2iH0 feet deep in h jmrhern The demand for aged steers has part 0f the Vellow Mouse ranch I The Plainvievv Nursery: some lrt miles south of Little- field. A well was put down at this print to a depth of 13f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

noooDODODonononononononoooDonononoGonoDo HONEST GOODS AND FAIR PRICES Is the only rule that we conduct our business under. We have one of the best selected stocks that wUl be found in the city and the line of groceries we handle are strictly first class in every respect guaranteed to us by the makers and we guarantee them to our customers. Our Bakery Department is probably the best on the bouth flams. We can furnish all the products that any first class bakery does and the quality is the very best. You will find a great variety of good things to eat at this store. j v ..' Hunt Grocery Co. PHONES 24 AND 75 onoaonoaonoDononoPOPonoPOPnonononoDOn o o o u o a o a o a o u o a o o o OP a o o o a o a o a o a o a o a o a Study. Sone-"Anywhere With jJesus." I Meditation on (Jod's Word ! "The Divine Companion. "-Gen. I VI 9 Micah. VI 13. Leader Mrs. Summers Prayer Sonjr-Mrs. Kin. "In The Footsteps of The Master." a. -"Down in The Mines." b. Through Our Schools in Mexico-Miss uverton. Sonjr-"Mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

1000 PIANO VOTES With Every TOOTH' MtUSH pur- chased for Cash Saturday Oct. 18. HOPKINS' DRUG STORE Ordinance No. 98 C AS ORMNA.VfK fFFIINO PKD- ( LARS. A.VD KIXINfi A I.HT.NMK (J TAX KOKTHK ? RSI'INO OK TIIK f I'.l TS1 N'KSS OF r'KI'l.lMi WITHIN (j TMKCITY OK l.l'HHDf K ANO PRO- () VIPINC A I'KNAI.TY KOK Vlol.A- ft TKtN OK TIII.S OUOINANCr:. lie it ordained hv the Citv Jc Council of the city of Lubbock U Texas: () Section. 1. That each and () every person who shall go from Q house to house o'in any manner sell or otrer for sale within the corporate limits of Jf the city of Lubbock W any goods wares meat fruit. O vegetables country produce or O other merchandise of any' character whatsoever on any3 street alley or other public l place or thoroughfare within saidjjf limits where such was not pro- ( I duced or raised by such person I) or persons or by their families; () from any wagon vehicle or other conveyance; are here de-j3C fined to be peddlers and as such f shall pay to the city...

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