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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 J,,r C,,,,"I,et MeVt'r f,,i,S 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...

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. — 30 October 1913

THE OTBSOeK AVAiANCHE O VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 30,1913 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 dit...

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. — 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 si...

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. — 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 ordin...

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. — 30 October 1913

Grains cn Pec you can "bank" on Patton's Sun-Proof Paint because it caves the cost of at least one painting every five years. The cainter "banks" on it because it gives him a reputation. Patton'o Sum-Proof Passti Is miuio fn exuct proportions of tln roost durable nnicr lals rlnit, leiul und silica ;ierfoui!y ml.tod by impruvriil machlntTT. H Id tlie Ix-st spn ailing, lontrimt woarlntf pitlnt, ud bus ido moht brilllftut und lamiutf colur.' Get a beau tiful color card and fulliinlormutiun Iroir W. C. BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY J Y ' J " I I II ' aTB n A 11 1 Pa l L 'Bought Bif Lot of Holiday Goods 1 B. P. Hopkins returned the latter part of last week after upending several davs In the wholesale markets of Dallas where he bought heavily of Christmas Roods for his store ' here. He says he will have the hipgest stock of this kind of goods that has ever been brought to Lubbock. The Lubbock Sanitarium announced in this issue the clos ing of the first year and the opening of the second year unde...

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. — 30 October 1913

llinNUMMHHHNtlHHHIIMHMHMIIHIIHIHIHMHIIHHMIIMHHHtlHHHHHMHtltlMNUHMHIHIHIIHNHMMHHtlMMUMMHHNHMNMHIl j RUNG OUR PHONE Tell Us Your Grocery Needs I I make n specialty of supplying thoe who give me the opportunity with FRRSH OROCERIHS twelve month In the year, and I am prepared to deliver the good promptly, and my prices, well, if you nave never bought from me, you will be surprised at the difference , I Have a Big Stock of Racket Goods Too. f ; j J. H. MOORE, The Close Price Store 1 j Ac?Mt Sld? of tho ScUfiro Telephone 39 ! : J : irJ ' II a W. -m m m NITRO CLUB Sleef Lined SHOT SHELLS Will Boost Your Shooting Average 'TRY the SprrJ ShtlU this nflnon;' they get the. ionri to your birj quicker than any other shells voi ever used. You fake a shorter lead - angles bother you r jjou ftt mote birds. The apeerf of thee shells it duo to the jfee lining to the way it rompresaes he tmokelet powder and keep all the punt h of the explosion ritfhf behind thj hot, where it belong!. Gel P'm.nal'm.l V ...

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. — 30 October 1913

ATTRACTIVE HEW tllJNERY AWAITS YOUR IHSPECTI01I Every day new attractions are being added to our Millinery to take the place of that which has been sold out, and as the season advances the beauty of the productions increase. I am still showing a full line of Trimmed Hats in all the popular shades, at prices ranging from $3,50 TO S25.00 As a special inducement I am going to sell these hats on First Monday only, at a discount sf 10 per cent from the regular selling price. You will also find a great assortment of millinery at my store and all new goods. MRS. CLARA ABtJEY BACLONY MERCANTILE BUILDING Classified Ads. CODOCODOCOCODODODODOaODOaoaODODODODODODO o II Lout - MyMvltir and whiskers at the ('ommefri Hnrher Shop. They yet 'emfin easy there. 8 It VVantkd- Souilan Crass Seed. Send sample and state quantity you have fur sale and name price. J. L. Mitchell, Hox 4. ShermanVl'cxas. 15 2t p For Sai k- !ond cat tle ranch, 1 open ra'nje, 2 windmills, (rood : corrals, W Kround water tank, j ...

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. — 30 October 1913

No. 6195. Report nf Hie condition of tli r'lrnt Nttlwml flunk, f I.ul'lmi k in the "luff of !. at the dime of tulneim, Octotier Nt, If l.'l. Kruniri'i' , I ,iii fi Hfi'l ilmrountx 4 tvcrifriif f nenireil and iitmecured I'. S. Hnnl to nxrurf circulation I 'rcmiiiriiit on I'. S Honc Itomm, neruritien. etc MiuikinR home, furniture nri'l Itxttirca other r entitle owned I ! from National llnnlm (not reaerve nyeiitM hue from State and pri vntf tueilu Mini lnyt;ir, triHl eominiriien, ami navmjrn hank n ; , I hie from approved reserve KU'in Oiei-k and other rHh iterna.,-1, Note of other National flank ' r'rai't'nnal pnper currency, irti. . and renin ,a I ll m iney renerve in tnk, Sl'cce ' :t,.v, r, l.irl tender nnlea M,2rn (i Itedeniption film) with I'. ,S.i'I ri-naiin-r (' per rent of firriiln I m'ril Total ' l.iallilltle Capital tin k pant in Surplii fund I'mlividi'd profit. ! i-xpen.e and ta0' pmd N ti 1 1 r r i I punk noten outtnnrirK liuf to other National Hanka lodlvntuKl defHMiU nuli...

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. — 30 October 1913

YOU DON'T OREAD THE FIRE WHISTLE HALF SO MUCH WHEN YOU HAVE FIRE INSURANCE WITH S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY VoX, WE WRITE IT IN THE STRONGEST COMPANIES ON EARTH L U L noDonoooDonoDonoononononononoDonononooDg O i'J YOU NO TENDER PORK a g jiSKfJSf is now in season. Try a loin for dinner p NEAR FATAL WHECK O o a o o a o a O a a O a O o a anrl vnn'll find it tender as voting thicken, y ' Our nthiT meats arc cs- pecially fine now too. Our beef, lamb and . i r LVji veal are at their best and we are noted ior selling the choicest meats at all times. Will we deliver small orders? Surely. What do you want? Cash Meat Market O n o a o n o a o p o a o a o a o S. H, Howell of Tahoka Coniei Near Breaking hi$ Neck Tahoka Gins 600 Bales of Cotton ft II tl'll I M t Drnni-lctnr x K. I . I l.i.i.i'i'i i !'" g ononoDOOODOPonoDOoaonononogoooDODnooonoo Disputesare Easily Settled WHEN ACCOUNTS ARI: PAH) UY CHECKS BARNES-BURKOUGHS NUPTIAL Prominent Ranch Man and Prettv School Maid Wed at Home of Bride in R...

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. — 30 October 1913

o o M o a o n o a o n o a o n o n n In o n o o 1 J City Building Notes My L M. Ward. Sherman, Pres. Texan Com. Executives Anno, DEATH OF MRS. JOHNSON Co-operation In the law of city ' building. Health, harmony and happiness breed content. A town knocker in the product of the I (evil's industry. A pessimist in a hane to the community in which he liven. A siiecesiful commercial j organization must he telescopic j in its vision. ! Perpetual plodding pays profit- ttMy. Cities are not built in a; day. You cannot dream your town I into a citv, you must build and h'wmt it into one. If you cHn't nay a good for the town in which you it'n time for you to move. a factor in community develop ment an are manufacturing in duntrien. It every man in your commu nity development an are manu facturing fnduntrien. If every man in your commu nity wan an you are. how long would if tike to build the city in which you !i e? The three-thirty juvenile parade from the school house means more to the future de ...

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. — 30 October 1913

THE A VA Lj A. NO H K ri'BLIHIIItl) 1VKHT THURSDAY BT THK AVAUANCIIK PUHL.18IIINO CO- INHOMIVMATKl) JAMES L. DOW, KMTOU. Knterecl at the l'uatofflcs at Lubbock, Ttiian, for traiutmlnkloii through Ll.e Malli an seoonrl elms matter. I for a fair in that city In 1014. Now In the time to begin. Lubbock people commenced preparing for the county fair the next day after the l'J13 ttunt was com pleted. t Year II oo SfKSUUl'TION KATKS: (Strictly lu Advance) a nvKUTiHiNo iUtm:-Local 10 rt-nu per line each tnwrtlon. Display- art vtrtltienrnt 16 cent per single column Inch per week; ipeulal rates on year contract Curds of tharikt, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than written by our wive, t 1-2 cent per line. Church advurllitmeula, where a revenue I derived therefrom, 5 cent per line. I'rofcMlonal cardi II 00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Haskell county is in the midst 'or a red-hot local option cam- paign which will terminate with sii Monthi &oe ; the election Saturday Novem...

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. — 30 October 1913

PIERCE BROTH I REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND CATTLE OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS n o n O o a o a o o a o a o o a O a 0 o a o a o a o o o a O o a o a o a o a t un 'Ul oh. ijr "r r1 ID 8 8 o 8 8 8 8 8 C) C) 8 3 : : ) ) ) ) ) P R O F Ii S S I O N A I. Citation By Publication The S'ute of T xan but found that h lacked some. ! awl annw. r herein in the rti itit ) r pre i ..... . ...... i . r 1 1 i.-i i u , in v. , i run mi 1. 1 wi . V ! u i' in , i , , . . . . . - ! Munoit.t.-.i i,v .-ourt t.,M. f-fi.i ih, thing like half enough, and Mr. To the nherilf or any eoimttihle of .t j 1 1 - j mm for nanl it Inn t m eiled hy iiilil- Chillier' CX perient'e WaB ubnut pork rounty irelmg; cation; that up iri limit heunnif hereof . Von are her.hy n,mMiiiii.i-l, that hy I plaintiff have jinlni-f.t sywiiM nil of the Hlime, making ptililtratH.it of thin ntiition in '"' 'lefewlutita tnr the till., to and ! f)n Wednesday evening at nome n.wnpaper pulilf.li.-l in the...

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. — 30 October 1913

- 1 () n o 8' n o n 0 n o o n o a o a o a o o a O o o o vcsm ncac3cac3caccic3cacacaoDC36 O , i u THE FUNCTIONS OF FOOD are first, to supply material to build up and re pair the body; the second, r6 yield energy and neat. t ) PRACTICAL FEEDERS supply rations which they have learned from experience to produce the best results. We arc in touch with these practical feeders and are in a position to tell you and furnish you with suitable feed stuffs 'at suitable prices. Feed your cow on Ko Pres Cake and Head Chops, and don't forget a box of Swift's Meat Scraps for your Chickens. Downing & Hill o u o o o a o o o o o a o a O O o a o o o a O Society Items RY.MR3. I). ROHINHON. The Kipley Kmbroidery Club met Oct. Z'.rd with Mrs, Stoker I After spending a long afternoon J at work, Mrs. Karris, Mra. Will Wright and Miss Nettie Stoke served refreshment of thicken sandwichs, pickles, sliced toma toes, cotl'ee, orange custard and cake to the guests, Those present were Mesdames lirown. Karris, ...

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. — 6 November 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 6,1913 NUMBER 18 THANKSGIVING DAY NOVEMBER 271H El THE MEXICO SITUATION Many Humors Afloat at Times War Between Mexico and United States Seems Certain, PRESIDENT WILSON DESIGNATES THIS DATE BY VIRTUE OF HIS OFFICE AS THE NATIONAL DAY OF THANKS LUBBOCK PEOPLE SHOULD HOLD THANKS SERVICE j There ban been quit a good j deal of interest rrmnife ated in I the Mexico situation this week. I Tuesday information wa triven out through the daily ! press that President Wilson had isent I Inert a orders to step down I fifteenth cavalry will leave for I Fort Fluachuaca, Arizona, on j November 7, complying with ! orders from the war department. I Chicago, III., Nov. I. Four 'troops of the Fifteenth I'nited State Cavalry are preparing to ! leave Fort Sheridan, Illinois, for Kl Paso1 on November 7. The i orders came from the War De-, ! partment. Vera Cruz, Mex., Nov, 4. - The third division of the I'nited i States At...

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. — 6 November 1913

r F M aT i.X rUMMKHRD BVIKT TIIUHaDaT T TIIK AVALANCI1H PUHL1HI1INO CO. IJUt'OKI'OMATieU ' . . . . KMTOK. JAMES L. IOW, Entered at tlie I'oatofflca at Lublxx-k, Teiaa, for traiinmlwion Ihroukli U If ill m aerond data mat tcf. One YearllOO SHIISCIUI'TION HATKS: (Strictly In Advance! Sli Month! ftoc L . ....... ...wT. it T!M -Lo'al IU ft-tita per line earli Insertion. IHaplny- art mr rantriru t arda of thanka. resolution nWnurU, (o"-r Uiin ' .. rtimri lnmnnt.ii. where per month or 110 per year If paid In advance, 'hones j Pusineas Office 14 Ketwience 242 LUBBOCK , KX LAH. TJUKSIVM NO V. , J 1913 The modern conveniences of rural free delivery of mail, rural telephones and trolley railroads, are rapidly anoihilatinjc the old time Isolation of country life and rendering the social intercourse of farmers and their families one of the most delightful features of rural life. These modern con veniences are all educational in their character to a certain ex tent, and they all mean a more inte...

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. — 6 November 1913

r fiON'T CARRY THR f'lRB RI5K ANY I.ONOHR I S. P. ROBBINS A COMPANY . ........ ryi iy it Havt the Strongut Com pan lei on llarth that art willing to take the rlk at a very low cot to you. Insurt now. Office In Citizen National Hank Hulldln. II MIDLAND STOCK MOVEMENTS Items of Interest About What Cattlemen are Doing and Saving MMUn.f rp.,rlrr. Will dates, who ranches"' near Shnfter I.aKe, ha been in the i city this week. I'eaide report ing rnnjre and cattle in fine shae, he sold loO calves recently at $22 f.0 around. Fewis Jiyers, who ranches in Andrews countv. has been with: u this week. His report of the ranj?e is just fine. Says cattle' re fat and there will be no1 range poverty this winter. Claud llearrell this week' (ought 210 head of dandy Rood j cows of (le. f. dray, which hej will put on his ranch south of , Midland. The cattle are from Mr. (Jray's ranch west, near Manahans. Nute Snodgrass has lately traded his Andrews county land( to Carl Weiden. ISillie Howell, of Florey, w...

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. — 6 November 1913

STAY ON THE FARM O O i! () ( ) ) O ( 8 ( I 8 8 c: WHO con POUNDS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS V VJ o In cnmdderinK wlu-i In rrmidderinir where bent to linvn th i.reHrriptlotiH compounded your doctor prem-ribi, wh would like for you torotiider wtrll our Htor. for no matter what doctor writer them, it in your libf rt to hav them tilled where you wleh. During, all our experiencH in th Drug Huni ii'(h in Luhhock. we. Iihvh endeavored to truthfully make the label from this ntore, yonr guarantee of .urity and accuracy . Sen that your preHi-riptionH bear our label. Lubbock Drug Company JOHN R. KING, MANAGER scococccocccctcococococcco 8 8 8 (j ( ( () 1 8 8 8. 8 8 a - Lubbock Thirteen Years Ago Items taken from the Lubbock Avalanche Nov. 9, WOO Frost. Some ice first of the week, and stoves are in demand. Claud tJreen came in Sunday from Running Water, where he went to get two wagons, which he left there some days ago on account of the mud. I'arrett Penney came,in from the Oxsheer ranch Wednesday to be...

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. — 6 November 1913

TEHRY DISTRICT COURT Nothing to do But to Open and Close in Due Form -Powell Sells Lambs SOME FARM FACTS 4 i 'Tr eae r I iUh ae 'Km CD Peter Radford, of the Texas Mr. 5 ' 5 Farmers Union Drops a Few Interesting Thoughts, Where there la a ailo there is I a oieoi'une NITRO CLUB SHOT SHELLS T-rrf T. unif ll-r.lrf ' Iintrict court was opened Monday by Judge W. R. Scn- cer, who empaneled a grand jury, it wan dismissed in a few hour prosperity. Lnoap money will solve many of the farmers' problem Well kept farm are an index Steel LrpWi Sheila for Fait Birds rj JRf )S hive course. Id fluah up Klific- ever thiy jrfaje fnd fty "f any uicipn l'il anle I X htoirwp' lyOic nfnrcnl thinu to point- llink Mtwftht yfirttifyfutuHe lead. Jlioot 'je JS'W 'e' r Nrmingt.in I M" A'' t lnJ Arrnw end Niir'j lul 1 Kv ai your I.ni.I lo i!i bint qui. ar ilian any olf eS'lt b'llwn to tlie liiKinig 1 1 Mni v n.iri-l linine anna ih pW,lr, givitig your almt t tiara Ihe lull brnM nl lint fplobw fori III a Hmil,fl.m ...

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. — 6 November 1913

THE.AVAMNOHE ri'llI.IHIED BVBHV TnifMDAT BY TI1R AVATjANCIIJC PUHL1HIIINO CO. IMXIKfOKATKII JAMKS L. IM)W, KPITOK, Kntenvl at tlm I'rwtofflce at Luutiork, Teiaa, for transmission through tl c If alia bo seconl class matter. One Yeaf ft .00 SfflSCIUITION UATKS: (.Strictly in Advance) Bit Montht 50c 4 uvrKTHiNu Katk: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. I li(lay ad vrtlMnici,iB IS cents ir alriKle column Inch per week; special rau-a on year contract Cards of thanka, resolutions. OhlLiiarles, (other than wrlttenny ourselves, 'i I Scents per line. Church arivcrllxmenta, wliera B revenue l derived therefrom, ft rent per line. Professional cards II oo per riionlli or lit) per year If paid In advance. 'Phones J l!uinPM Ofliw? H I nones ( Residence 242 LUBKOCK, JKXAS. THURSDAY, .NOV., ',, una The Floydada Hesperian re ports that Inst week wan a very busy week in as much a the local jrrain dealers were keepinR a thresher busy threshing maize nd other tfrain crops of this kind, which they...

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. — 6 November 1913

Mr. iff To Our Cuitomeri We have to resignation of a assistant easti who hfix b account of hif hiit fxnition, Mr. IV this roury i his t'JTVWK emplohis tini that X -1M no Icils if with fl nfliccr4 nn( Ki'Hlth an line of tin In (hi also to ann of Mr. f cashier ' linn fiends inre toe Pierre, of this hank cuinpelled on fh V Kivufa J id' upon 1 advice" it him to ! ie business K. and In' I iet wishes 7f j (ctom for his ess in whatever hp rrmv enter, i necfion we wish ; the appointment ISurrus. as assistant s institution who is nut a stranver to most of trt citi."n ot this community hnv-: rn formerly held thin position with the hank. The Citiens National Hank. IS It Lost Pocket-lxiok containing f-mr twenty dollar hill, six ten dollar hills, saven five dollar hill and Home , !Vrn 1 1 change, iin a ihatiAtket. Kinder ran keep f they will return the 1 up to 'atlemi the rrnanre of ait"- t ter House M'n the mor ticket if cnemnu i Comedians day niyht and all week. Hit1 Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Ivey ea...

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