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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

II r C ) Vffes 7ea$poe$ of Health Club IW!shs Tow iior will da all tfuf y u i"""1 pcct any bak!n r'-v.lir to do matter wh-.it its price. For Pies KiscuiU Cnk Wattles or Nf ulfirv-- f i any kind home baUnu m fact you'll find Hralth Club to bo the itronKMt purMt and most frimoniical Baking Powder ob- tainable at any prut. Order a trial can today tor to- morrow' bakmts tlien judge. in. IK & 25. Cant W B all Cood Crocrt ft lliiiiiiimt u i - w mam twt ii-wwna lirr7llllli I.... nfTnriTTitMtw!nrk of scab eradication l! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmm Chairman of livestock Sanitary Conimntion Addresses Com- munication to Cattlemen. Fort Worth. Tx. Oct. ! 1!U3. To the Cattleman of Texas: work of scab eradication I called a meeting of the cattle- men of Texan at Amarillo. Tes. on July tfith. there the question of the possibility of eradicating the scab was thoroughly dis- cussed there the law panned by the last legislature wan read. discussed and unanimously ap- Cht Htminjlon fo Federal and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

Chamber of Commerce Column (loo. W. Hrliwn Secretary. typographical error in lust weeks' column made me state that the Chamber of Commerce in a social organization What I ' meant to sav wm that the Chamber of Commerce wan not a ocial organization but mainly for the business of developing Lubbock and Lubbock county. We understand that some im- portant changes are being planned at our experiment sta- tion waich will make the station even more serviceable to Lub- bock countv. I I .i I 1 I we attenaea tne uidoock County Agricultural Associate at the Canyon school house Mon - day afternoon. It was pleasing to see the Interest shown by the farmers in this work. Thourh this is an exceedingly busy time there was a fair attendance. Fach farmer reported on the condition of his crops which led to discussions on seed and methods. But the major por- tion of the time was spent in dis- cussion of Sudan grass seed. Mr. Cory secretary of the asso- ciation reported a great demand for the seed from al...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

A New Car off Furniture Just Received Pa I am pleased to announce that I have just received a car of new furniture which includes some of the nicest that has ever been shown in the city. This new shipment was composed of DINING TABLES BUFFETS CHIFFONEERS DINING CHAIRS ROCKERS HOOSIER CABINETS and many other articles needed in the home. We would be pleased forevery lady in Lubbock and the Lubbock country to call and see my new goods in all lines of Furniture and Hardware Crockery and Chinaware. You are sure to find many articles that you need and I will make the price interesting. ft r-h T mil nit 'i rr e --.u'BfjMK ..i.i4. 1 1 - i . )-- L. E. WRIGHT The House Furnisher. t 2Ide Sciuare bhock. Texas r SMITH ON PROMOTION LINE Congressman From Sixteenth District May be Honored by Promotion Washington Oct. 11. Com- the subject but declared that he! was not in any sense an appli-1 cant for 1he appointment. i That he will accept the high honor offered him bythepres- ident is generally unde...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

MMMMNNMMM ROTH REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND CATTLE OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS PIERCE PROPKSSIONAL Dr. (J. M. HALLKM.KK Dfmtist Office First National flank Hld'g. Telephone No. 2c9 Lubbock 'IVxa 1)U. K.J. HALL I'hVHICIAN Al SlrMKON ffiee lied CroKM Pharmacy ( Residence M Lubbock Tuxa OVKKTON HAMTAIUI'M Medical and .Surgical Cane LnbrxK k. Texas. DM M. C OVKKTON. Office Phone 4fi Residence Phone 407 DR. C. J. WACJNKK Office Phone 4rt Residence Phone 12 DK. (HAS. F. CLAV'ION I'lirK Ml AI SfH.KN lUli-en at Iiiilifwx k Sanita- ri'ini mid hi ntwnt over ReJ (( ( Irug Store. Phone f.ou IHiS. HUTCHINSON' and PKKHLKK J T III T HIN.-uN. . n. r'y Kar. N' mid Throat O. F. I'KKM.KR. . l. General Medicine .1 Surgery. K'iofnt in First Nr.'..' al I'.ar.k RMg IXhftiKK. TKXAS. KOSCOK N Il.S A TT'iR M K T - A T- L ' Office: Firt National Hank Building LibbM k 'JVia. I! KAN A KI.KTT WJTH LubNick. Ten Yauf letfai hiilri-M ami notarial or rep.-ctf ui; nuitnitfil....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 October 1913

Let Us Put Your Stove Up We are prepared to do this work on short notice and at small cost to you. Save yourself the time and trouhle. You should have the flues in your house examined he- fore putting them in use again. We do all kinds of Sheet Metal and Tin work and have a stock of guttering on hand now which we would like to figure with you for. A soft water tank is a good investment and we can put one up for vou at a very reassnable price. Every job guaranteecHo be of first class material and high class workmanship. Our Work Must Please You Before We Are Satisfied. E. E. Wofford Tinner Phone 23. Shop one door North of Opera House Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON A SURPRISE PAItTY We cannot stay the wheels of ' Old Father Time" and birth- davs will come in spite of all we can do. Such an inevitable event came into tne quiet life of Mrs. W. T. Boone. October the 13th. Lulla the loving and lovable daughter planned a! "surprise party" for the occa- sion. Those present were Mesdamev ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 231913 NUMBER 16 VOLUME XIV. BIG CROP IS DEIlie HARVESTED WEEK OF FINE WFATHER HAS TO GATHER MARKETING EVERYTHING Cotton is Sailing Readily and Buyers at Fancy Sale at a Everything is in around Lubbock and in a hustle' the great Lubbock country this wk The several days of splendid harvesting weather has given the farmer an opportunity to gather his crops and they have taken advantage of this oppor- tunity as issttested by the im- mense amount of cotton that is being received here every day and the load after load of feed stuff that is being brought to town and either sold t the local buyers or is loaded on the cars for shipment to some of the less fortwate sections of the state. All kinds of farm produce is bringing a fine price. Cotton is no drag and the farmers are getting a good round figure for it. Mai k afir and feterita is being hunted by numerous buyers and the prices is quite a THE F001 BALL GAME Lubbock Get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

THE AVALANCHE miLinnun rvbhy tiviu'Dat ht TIIK AVALANCHK PUHLIHHING tNOOKfOWATKI) CO. I AMES DOW KI'ITOK. Kd tr?1 at ilia I'uatoiflcti al Lubbock Teiu. for tranxmUnon tliroiiKli Hie falli m second cla.1 matter. oe Year II. oo snnsciuiTiON katks: (Strictly Hi AilTanca) SU Month! fine i)vrnTiniN rw: IXK-alu 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display- aI vertlMtni!u IS cut pr ilntfle column Inch per week; tpecial rate on year contractu Card of thank resolution Obituaries (other than wnttenby ourtclvc. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church advertlatnenu where a revenue lit dcrlv.'ri therefrom ft cent per line. Frofenslonal card 11.00 per month or tlO per year If paid In advance. Phones j Business Office 14 ( Residence 242 LUBBOCK TKXAS. 'HUIWDAV OCT 2 1913 TEXAS MINERALS j authorities have to say on petro- In a recent pamphlet issued by jleum willappb with equal force the United States Geological Survey Uncle Sam gives the Texas Legislature some gooJ! ad- vice. At the expense of being considered im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

THE EOUCATlONA SPECIAL CZZZZZZZZZ zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzo 1 Santa Fe Will Run Educational Special Train In Luobock November 20th : TTT of ice That which is done in haste rarely represents our highest ability none of us work to good advantage when crowded. Stoves are like people in this respect. Crowded and kept under forced draft they waste your fuel. first results and greatest economy in service is obtained from a stove of correct deRn and perfectraft control trmt burrs steadily and eicirly l.otir after Kour Gale's Radian t Hard jCiral Heater wUnifiagazine feed our Hard Coal Heater on the 4nwhi(h perfect air control and MrM combustion i pomnble it is the . II IS- I B I . 1 1. on'-f .VLivaine r Lira v..oai r icatcr ouur. Imit numerowi leaking crevirrii and i i Hra rril it rial an extremely erneitive near. 7 i (dialing euif.we - it h no diatnnt air r (? na in (Ke nrdinnrv Raer flued strive te-hot fire to get result". rherry-red body of fire hotrre under perfect con- feel surface...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

rC-C3CCC3C3CZ:C3C3C3C30DC0! STAR mail route ) u Established list Week From Littlefield to Abernathy and Return Daily By Auto. u o n o n o n o n o n o a o n o o o o a o o o a o a o a It All Looks Alike To some people but not to us and not to the stock that eat it. Feed your cow on Ko Pres Cake and Head Chops and don't for- get a box of Swift's Meat Scraps for your chickens. Downing & Hill OaODODODODODO:aODODODODOQOa o u o o o a o o o a o a o a o a o o o a o a o o a o THE UNDERGKOUND SILO Mr. Turner of Abernathy Texas Teils Mow to Build it and Cost of Same. In replv to a letter asking Mr. J. M. Turner of Abernathy. ; how he built and the cost of his underground silos he submits the following information: "I dug two small ones three feet apart so I could use the same derrick to lift the dirt. I ; first dug out a circular8x8 inches and filled it with concrete to make a collar or foundation : having it 10 feet. 8 inches in the clear. Then I dug 22 feet and 4 inches deep stopping on a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

cncac3C3C3C3csc3cac3oacaoac3oaoaoDC3oaccicacaoacaoac3cac3C3C3cac3cacacac3CDC3C2CD n o o o a o o K GRAIN AND COAL o u i 0 o u o o o EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 ) A big Stock of Grain Hay Feed Stuff of All Kinds. Also Wholesale Flour and Meal. A Good Supply of CoaJ Always on Hivnd. 1 7 o a Town Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Prt of Town o o aoaoDoaoDoaoDODODoaoaoDoaoaoaoDooonoooDo:aonoaoDODoaoooaoaoaoaoooDODoaoaoDODooaoa LUBBOC GO EVANGELIST ATTACKS BOOK upon the close resemblance be- j tween the body of man and ape. Brands the Author as Unworthy ofj8"'1 receives support from the Hsvinir H e A'nrit tnnrnveit tnr fact that in habits and mode of ..... . g . . - . v .v.. Study in Public Schools. The Klgin Courier last week living some savages are little aliove animals. Hut even the least civilized men have (towers that no animal possesses while contained the f dlowing which is j civilized man is so far above the attracting much attention among j highest animals that some christian people: ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

1 Piwn OUR PHONE-Tell Us Your Grocery N j I make a specialty of supplying those who jrlve me the opportunity with FRESH (JROCERIES twelve months In the year and I am prepnred to deliver the Roods promptly and my prices well it you have never bought from me you will be surprised at the difference. I Have ex Big Stock of Racket Goods Too. J. H. MOORE The Close Price Store A" I i West Side of the Square Telephone 39 ENJOIN SOCIAL CLUBS FARWELL WINS CUUNTY SEAT Ten Judgments Taken by Default Against Clubs and Charters Declared Forfeited. Judge Hamlin Decides Against Parmerton Since it Did Not Receive Majority Farwell. Tex. Oct. 21. -There was a new turn in the county seat fight in this. Parmer county this morning when County Judge I j. u. namiiii reiuin.-u wi'i wn- ! vassed the day. after which he ! declared the result a tie vote and I had an order entered upon the Minutes -of the commissioners' court to that effect and also de- clared that Farwell was elected 'county seat 'of said Parm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

Lubbock Thirteen Years Ago Item taken from the Lubbock Avalanche Oct. 26 19 K) We're needing sunshine Ceo. W. Johnson of the Pixie ranch waa in town Sunday j T. (). Farhart was in from the; west part of the county Monday I Monday of this week transacting business with part of The little son of Mr. and Mrs. the legal fraternity. Ceo. W. Johnson is quite sick at W. H. Hollinsworth of the this writing they have him at south part of the county was in ) Mrs. J. I). CaldweH'a for medical Lubbook looking after his land attention. interests Monday. ! ('apt. Sam Pharr. left for Lieutenant (lovernor F. I. Canyon Monday for goods for Young of Lynn county was in the firm of J. A. Fharr. ' Lubbock transacting business Hilly Clark the hottest farmer. Saturday of last week. j was in town hunting new. the II. I. Bonner of Petersburg. 'first of the week was transacting business pertain- In the announcement column in to his larid in the north part! we find the following names of of the county. people...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

H I L. WE WRITE IT IN THE STRONGEST COMPANIES ON EARTH YOU DON'T DREAD THE FIRE WHISTLE HALF SO MUCH WHEN YOU HAVE FIRE INSURANCE s . 1 t ! Telephone for Aid eVoCTQR. for herftQt inly or The or h man one ol ay jtfurtWnon instantly bl - j Bell TeehMne A perfect meaos of guarding againtt emer- gencies and overcoming lonrlinet. Now it a good time to learn how S'OU can get thit service. t f Sovtbwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. Dims. nut i JUDGE DALTON DIES Prominent Panhandle Attorney's 1 d Cl.: . I neinams jniyycu iu i laomcw. Dies in Local Sanitarium Judge L. W. Dalton of Plain-j Tennessee view one of the most prominent ! The body will be held at Plain- and widely known lawyers of ! view to await the arrival of the the Plains country died at an son and two brothers who re- irly hour yesterday morning in ide in Oklahoma a local sanitarium following an j Judge Dalton was a member operation for appendicitis. of the Baptist church and was Until noon Tuesday. Judge affiliated with the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

n o Chamber of Commerce Column fjfo. W. Hriggs Secretary. Lubbock needs some build homes for rent. one to! tisintr value that Almost i town or rity that ! hand. If the streets ar kpt in irood shape the homes are ntat theiu it a favorable impression !made immediately upon the istraner. comes to a I Lubbock is handicapped in has its streets whatever effort it makes to- COCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCOCD very day we hoar of some one lookin; for a house to rent. On talking with real estate men who handle hotiaes for rent I find that there ia a constant demand for hdea to rent. Why ia here a Rood opportunity o u o a o a o ilin anil ItlUnu Itint inn thfi ttmwAm nlfnuAtiunnAll h v f h a f nil iH'Tii" f j Tf II lin QIU rt III no I' T fcllC ) entire town in a jroori aanitary i ri?e unoccupied spaces. This rj condition atiil I had that point makes it difficult to achieve'0 very forcibly impressed upon me ! vvhat a more compact city can'fj thin summer. I was particularly easily do. Hut t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

XS3H A JLA-N C LH E - rvatmnin bviiit TnvMDAT t TOR AVAL.ANCIIK lUHL.IHHINO CO. IJtrOKI-OWATKD KMTOK. Entered at tha I'oatotTlM ftt Lubbock Teiu for tranamlMlon through Mi Mailt a econ(l cIbm matter. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATK8: (Strictly lu Advance) gli Months 60c tne Year li on a nvmiTiMiMtt Katm: Locals lQcenti pr Una each Inarrtlon. Display- ad ertlsemenu 15 crnu per lnile column Inch per wee ; special rates on year contract Cartla of ttianka rendu lions Obituaries (other than rittenbt ouraelvea. 2 1-2 cenu per line. Church advrrUimtnU where a revenue U derived therefrom ft cenu per line. Professional cardt 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Fhoneii J Business Office 14 i Residence 242 LUBBOCK fKXAS THURSDAY OCT. 23 1913 PEN PICTURE OF OUR NEXT GOVERNOR J. H. Lowry. one of the jarrcat level-headed editors of Texas gives the following pen picture of Will H. Mayes candidate for governor: "Speaking from an acquaintance of nearly twenty years the writer gives this as his p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

PIERCE BROTHERS REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS 'CATTLE PROFESSIONAL Dr. C. M. KALLKNHKK IK!TIST Office Firnt National Bank Bld'g. Telephone No. .V9 Lubbock Text i)K. K.J. HALL PlIVSICIAN AND ."Sl'RflFOK t race twa cro riarmacy i rwr.-. 171 . . ... i. Duovca. ( OtFiee 171 ffic 171 j ro esdence&1 Lubbock m'l.'MTflV H A HIT A III I ' f I KK I U.N M I'M Medial and Snrffical Ca Lubbock. Ttxa. 1R. M. C OVKRTON. OfRce Phone 4f6 Residence I'hone 107 DK. C. J. WA(rNKK Office Phone 406 Residence Phone liS LUBBOCK SANITA..nrM7..r.7;.S f nbbock Teia- ; ih to the k. ... r. k. (n and c k. c.tr..N. m. i. rr.Vs-rrvor:t Phv!ici.in t Suramin ! bv wte and hiin.i a foiio-. n.-)fin- Mr. L. V. II .av K. ;rKN;:.HlklA wmth i'.i vm Pfionei 1 14 and ?.(. I HIS. HUrCIIINSON and PKKKLKK J T. Ml 'TO! IV SON. at r. Kye f:r. N.e and Throat. f). F. f'KKIir FR o. (ieneral Medicir.e and Surgery. Knoma in F.rt National Bank F! d'(t t.CBHfKK. TKXA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 October 1913

llllliiiiinilii.i"1 ' c v : '..ml Ill I ) ..iiiin .1 1 C fcz wJ i ffiKIHG P0VD2D ! 1 1 Ply ' lllJl' 11111 1 other hkmhIkts of the family lvr"N0lfc. rr liip apM'lilpi linrM"n tliiiitfi br1jlitii gi-iii-rnlly. AikI CHluinrt Ill MWl4t fFr Jr C"Iet MeVt'r fiS ItS 'l it wimilerful li-itvcning qunlitir. Insure j J Hj'jy jHTli-i'tly ahortenml faultlessly rmsril I iVi!l JsTltel Cannot be compared with r'iV fllSf otlirr Iwikinu' pmroYrs whu-li pnimii j II zLj!S williimt M-r1'nrniiiir. re. '1 V Ji Even a botfinner in conking rvJSiV ifi fli J'" drliuhtf'ul 'lt wit l t III.- lU'VIT- I rCViJnfli' tailing Calumet Biiklii!Wtli-r. Vur gnner know. Ak dim. lilTUri 'll '1 tl j RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS "IF" 'I 11 . ' I Panney Powell IlcWhorter. I j Moody Rih Pain Sltton I Hoerner Mernn na urimn. The next meeting will be with Mm. Priest. j EASTERN STAR MEETING ' The F-atern Star held its regular meeting Tuesday even-1 ing Oct. 21st. Miss Margarett I Huff. Mrs. Virgie Tubbs and J. W. Lamb were add d ti th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 October 1913

THE OTBSOeK AVAiANCHE O VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 301913 NUMBER 17 NEXTSUNOAY TEMPERANCE SUNDAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE PLAY SINGERS FIRST MOUDAY NOVEMBER Items of Interest Furnished by Secretary Geo. W Briggs About Lubbock Presented Splendid Program to Large House at Lyric Theatre Monday Evening WILL H MAYES PROCLAIMS IT TEXAS TO OBSERVE IT BY SUCH AND ASKS PEOPLE OF APPROPRIATE SERVICES A few dayi ago we received Aswan announced by in the THE an envelop of clippings about last issue of the Avalimche The Lubbock which had been cop- ; Play-Singers presented hv Louis ied from items which we had ' O. Runner with Miss Florence' REGULAR MONTHLY TRADES EVENT SOON TO ROLL AROUNC AGAIN. WANTS MINISTERS TO DENVER SERMONS sent out from time to time. One A. Curey who is a pupil of Henry hrn in their second season tour presented a delight- ful program at the Lyric Theatre lust Monday evening. The program was rendered item was gent to twenty-three ditrerent paper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 October 1913

T H K A V A Li A. N O H E riRUNimn kvrhv thvhsday by VllK AVATANCIIK PUHL.ISHINO I.NtUKI'OHATRU CO. j MES L. Im)W EDITOR. Koterert t ths l'ostoi!1ce l Lubbock Tetas fur trni.m!!..oii tlirouuli U.e ; Mills m second class rrttr. ! Umo Yeftf It 0(1 St'HSCRH'TION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sit Months 5oc 1 -vrKTiiNii HATKn: IyO-i lu i'ni. per line facn insertion. iipiy an vt-rilM'irn'iits IS cents pt-r single column Inch per week; special rate on year com ran CanU of thank resolution Obituaries (other than wrlttenby ourselves t 1-2 cent per line. Church ariverttsments. where a revenue Is 1ertver therefrom fi cento per line. Profosstonsl card 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid in advance. Phones j Business Office 14 I Residence 212 That you can get LUBBOCK fKXAS THURSDMOCT. 3 JUST AS GOOD SERVICE AND JUST AS HIGH GRADE WORK HOW'D YOU LIKE TO HE! "THE GIMLET" GOVERNOR? ! When you speak of your home Governor Colquitt is no doubt ! FPr .e gimlet" remember j . that the size ot a count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 October 1913

SURVEYOR GUINN'S COMMENT Recent Decision in Court of Criminal Appeals Ehcr-M Com ment From County Surveyor. re-nurrey school land asvlum lands and landt alternating therewith. Also any land that the State might be interested in etc. providing the owners of the land paid all expenses. Provision was also made that when such field notes were made and signed by the Land Commissioner they should he returned to the County or I)is- which the land Lubbock. Tex.. Oct. 27. DM. To the Avalanche: Refermg to the comment made in the Dallas New with rogards to action of the Court of Appeals ri('1 u"veyor in at Austin in the Tost case. It WM lted. and they should will be remernl)ered that a copy thereafter be regarded as official of a letter from me along thi i notoj. etc. subject was published in the Now. the abuse and construe- Itiongiven to this law by the hi h &v5fatci sut. Fleing connected with that de- i partment 1 am more familiar with his efforts in that direction I than the ordinary ci...

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