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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 19 March 1914

l s r A---- 't-i1a congratulation and aV.iea for 4 AltRNATHV MAPTfNINOa wjinrra i" ni.-. rNriK ToCH. Notwllhalandlng the fuel that U'" lnd bwn lilowlmt from every point of the i-ompaea, "till Abnmthy .oritlnnea to hold hrr place on the map. nrl drmnmera continue to come In nimiliera an I our inerrhfuita are cnnntantly adding frcah ipIUv to their aiocka. A rompuny f AbernatliUna. fonalut Toi ND cow. sv.sn r.r-niHicic in-, r. r. Cete. of Abilene, wan here TllMlll)r. to gel Judtfe l.ewle to draw tip aonie lem contriicta on wine In ml tin ona near Lublxx k, on hlrh a good Rruilp of coal had been discovered, ami which certain pur A compuny 't Alieruauii.i". - l of lt-v. I. Roaa. Mr. ttem tl wlali to lea.e and operate. ha .... l u i.ifr..n.i.ff..r Plulmlew New. Merrill ami Mra. W. H. IHff.-n.liit.-r and little Vina U!a Merrill attended the 8. R Inntltute at l.ulb k laol week. All report a great llm at tha Inatltute and enjoy! royal enter tainment while vlMitlnar with that 1 Kood people. D...

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. — 19 March 1914

1 it When You Say BUTTERFLAKE" I (km In giving your order t lb grocer for trp.nl it show thnt you ar a j.Ton of cultuiH anl rtinmir-iit; Ibnt your ntation in arcuntrini you to discriminate by demanding 1 lie HKST au-1 that you will tak no SLBSTl TUTK or to called '"just as good." , "Butterflake" bread ic apreciatwi by gentlefolk, t 00""" Lent von 4 misfaken, lou far my lahMfou f il (ifj-aii liatf Kit ha - 'TP 1 a . V " 'MaCle only MARTIN'S BAKERY R. H. MARTIN, Prop. WHOLESALE BAKERS. III! I M'HW I SEEDS Adapted to the .SouthwePt, Send for cHalojf i okiell. n Ro Poultry HtlllHIIMIItMIMHW rfl new-neep.r a Siappliea. NOTICE TO FARMERS Aa an additional aid to broader ln nUoptnut of atrrlcultiirnl enterprlaea Id Lubbock and aatjointnic roiiiiUe In the Plain of Texas, H. M. Bainer, Agricultural TVinonstnitor for the Pe cos & Nortnrn Railway Company and the Southern Kanpna Railway Company of Texa. has Jut lamied a aerie of lettwra and circular for free distribution umon? the farmer of ...

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. — 19 March 1914

Announcements Ws ars authored lo announce tho following partlri for the various coun ty and district offices, subject to (he action of the Democratic Primaries, July, 25. ISM: for Representative of the 122nd Rep resentative District: II. 11. MURRAY, POHt. Texas. CROStY COUNTY NtWt Items of Interest Around flails, Told by Our Contemporary, Th Rail Btnntr J. J. OILLARO ARRISTIO In a runaway accident Tuesday af trrniMin, near lllx Tratls plnce, F. At. Charged With Swindling and Forgery Released en 11,000 Bond to Ap pear In Hala County Court I. J. Milan! wan arrested at Wichi ta K lift, thin week by fieputy Sheriff For District Attornay: R. A. HOWHKR. For County Judge E. R. IIAYNES. For Sheriff and Tan Collector: W. II. FLYNN (For Re-election). J. T. IN MOM. For County and District Clerk; RAM T. DAVIS. FRANK HOWI..ES. for Tax Assessor: 8. C. SPIKK8. R a BURN 8. ror County Treasurer: CHRIS HARWELL. MISS APKLTA WILKINSON. J. M. JOHNSON For Hide and Animal Inspector: W. I) SHAW. J. B. TOl'...

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. — 19 March 1914

Kafir, Maize, Feterita & Broom Corn By H. M. Kainer, AtTriculturtl Demonstrator. lit pay. U plant only lnf a i TtXA th. pureat, reg.rdlee. of th. fart I 'that urn ada may coat trifle Te. ff Te. for mln-: more. If hra. cr. are. grown Mr There , aometmng in - -j aeed. It .hould remembered that) divine ,he. hei.m. to the non accharln. aoM He. food.. wtAl.a. plmty of cm In. ' " ..... ...... .11 I .K. f4kmln- i ..., , ,h P N T. fly. Co.'lnif. Karly apring lining ia ,,hlim (,( . ant nenre mix rr...,., , - - d IT? K Ry Co i T n,U.. lai .. ...tio, for th. .bov., ,,, ptaBfH aa far .. .OuVl l.nl. .a appreciation ana in. u. j. ,.nij when iKwalblt., alway.!..,.. ., .onf,,m. to prevnt nnde- email ommrodi mat iia i.nu . - . - H,. ' ' " . . " iVmiMn t tironmince T greateat obaerv. aa nearly aa poaatble th. fl doublellal. Mat -rly; work rldg". pnlj, Wouldn't pronounce I of all. I WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT TENNESSEE STORE fotrrlta and broom rorn: Preparation of 8e.d B-d The around ahonld be thorough...

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. — 19 March 1914

-I I S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY A cC I C.rr, th. Ulnl .1 hnriM tlwt y -TUB RI!AI. PROTIXTIWI KIM JS ' Ir.m the ld I'M mp"nk. I Z 1 i V) 3 f f ( RECKONING WITH I TIME Is the duty of every per son. It is also a tfood idea to have the CORRECT time and if yovj will only bring your watches and clocks to me. when they get out of repair, you will always have the COR. RECT time. Make yoUr selections from mv fewelrydispUv. Every purchase is cov ered with an absolute guarantee. NW. s. NO RT0N. tmr .JT.vru ay TKXA.S, t HI NT OK I I MIlU' K j no, 75 tn the Diatnct Court of Lubbock County, Tcxat; I), T Wctemn. I'irtiii. Annie 1 1. K-von. n'. If rend ii-.t ij Wherein Cy Urine of n allii x petition. Ihh:i.-i1 n of III- limine! Court of l.:M.Mk t'runly. Texan, on judgment ii 'iil ri il til :iM rourt on itii ;'7'.h d.i v tf S'ovemhcr. A l. I?H;!, In favor of the nsilil I i T. Wen fin. and a:.-nin"t the K'ii'1 tin( M Hogcm nml . H. Hnit-r. Number . V on the ducket of nairt ronrt. fnr 'the (ininiil i...

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. — 19 March 1914

i ) o o 0 x Yon never tasted Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON daintier, Hester, fluffier .. , I fciscnlts than ''iWJ fcsltrd with Calumet 5 They're ahvayt 0 $ jfnod JtlichMt. U Jf 'J For Calumet Jo- fl f S urea perftrt L V-ZCI i r,n,r- I i iv Pi VI .CHEST AWARDS 1, I Yj Vm, Mk. XT; r '-1 if V pff cwpcm'wI Mf( weeewse i vee bets) fMvMk I One of the loveJIest daya of the puat week aa marked by the charm ing "II" party iven by Mra. n-ierner tn I ho "X4-42" Club, and uumb.-r of substitute. Mm. lUest call ed the lucky winner of the high m ore. but everyone pn-sent bad . a pnlly time. Then. Indies are famoua for their culinary skill and thta repu tation was enhanced W a.ij refreshments served at the clow or the Karnes. The ladle who attended thla well plnnned funrtlon r Mm- dames K. A. Sowder. C. A. Kusn. Komcoh Wilton, N. P Porter. H. i. Klmbro. Orover Merrill, lolby Thorn- .... M friahv as. Morton i. timim. - .1. U. Quick. D. Kobinsnn. Orvllle Moody, f. 0. Griffln. S. 8. Koerperl. Albe...

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. — 26 March 1914

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26r 1914 NUMBER 38 A BRIGHTER PROSPECT FOR LUBBOCK j APRII riRST MONDAV LUBBOCK'S NEW BOOK Merchant AIMady Planning for That Favorable Comment by People Who Occasion Page of Special Will Appear in Avalanche Nt Week Tin lint of offcrlnz for Flrat Mon- Have Intpected the Book Other Commercial Club Item The following comment waa rereiv- AVALANCHE CONTEST CLOSED PEOPLE ARE FEELING BETTER A3 TO THE FUTURE OF THE' VOTE REGISTEREC ON FINAL COUNT AND INTEREST COUNTRY-OPTOMISTS ARE IN THE MAJORITY IEH BUILDINGS MO ADDITIONS NUMEROUS Firxt Monday In March wan mich a'yoor Lubbock booklet and congratu grent s'iccra that every merchant lain you. not only on Iih contents, who participated In It In the way of' which have the stomp of truth anil Mp.-clai. are highly pleaded with the sincerity, but upon the general make reault anil encouraged to offer even i up. A wine circulation of tills book greater Inducements for A...

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. — 26 March 1914

THE AV ALA. NOBLE PUBLISH ID BVf TBUMSD4T BT HIE AVA1UANCHK PUHLISHING CO. I.NOORI'ONATED I AMES L. DOW, KH1TOR. KoMred at the Postomca kt Lubbock, Tun, for tranamlaaion through Hit Mafia M second clasa matter. One Year II. oo SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly lu Advance) 8li Monthi fox: ADVBKTiHiNa Hat: Lorala 10 cent4 per line each Insertion. Display- ad wtlHementa 1A cent per alritfla column Inch per week; apeclal rate on year contrucu. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrlttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cenu per line. Church advertlsmenls, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, 6 cenu per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or flO per year If paid In advance. Phones j Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAR. 2H. 1914. THE MAIN ISbUE of theirs, but each faction of the party will have a candidate known ! Much Is bolng said In the press to lie In sympathy with Its views on ofyTexaa as to the paramount Issue) prohibition. One w ill bo as good a rf ...

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. — 26 March 1914

Boys Who Gets The Auto? We have a fine lot of boys , working for thi(lati'lv car and tlieyart doiutr nicely. There ii rt ill junt ai good (haiice for a beginner a ever if you will hndtie. dome in ami nee this car. Let ni explain how yon may get it. It i well worth working fr. Coolest clone Aril .10th. IMIONKS 24-75. HUNT GR.OCER.Y COMPANY ( MARTINI! TO MA NO ARRlL It I Dietnet Judge teaeee Hm RhMlly. Set ' Oay for leeutio of Mcatean Wh Murdered1 Mia IrMD ! Inn Marline, the Mexican youth convicted of the murder of Mint Knimt llrown nt I'ecoe , In .fi1y, 1911. received .cntenre by IMtr1 t JiidKe laaaca to he hanited April 21. net. I his anniversary of the buttle of Sun .luclmo. Thta will end on of tin moat In tricate legal buttlea the courts of Teiaa and the nation have been call ed noon to unravel In nmny yenra. MIhk llrotn, whoao home w for merly In AnKtln. waa killed by the Mexican. Tb caae wan railed at once fur trial. Martlnei wan hurried ly convicted. HI attorney on an appeal, g...

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. — 26 March 1914

Tunp; Lok Silo I Is the recognized leader of them all. Better and cheaper. $o lining. Be sure and seejia-iqr iuii uescnpuon. iii i - j. more out weuo insist on ne 311. We as this. Pht5 Alfelfe Lumber Company Community Co-Operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland's Magazine. By R. K. Phillips. NOT tO DOCTOR! O. DOOIONI K. LIVER TONB B.H Mdfcal balll tmploy.4 t In urn Correctn of Formula. All Agrta Dodiun'a la Reliable and f. Seven of the miHtt successful phy sician In th 1'nilcd State, selected for their experience and ability, were paid heavy fee to study and tout the formula of Ikidimn's Liver Tom', and all arnVd that It wan a flue and re liable reiiedy fr family use. Dud- non 'a I.lver Tone tukes the place of1 calomel. Tliia la eatly what lt) mmlf for and ha Iwen m nm Dome msiiiii noacJcacDcacscaccconcDCDCGCDCDcacDcjccco ever alnce th and nold. There hi a imll Liver Tone, for c,ulLf ... LI mini m then I 1 one I low. tiat It) iaje?or .Diit up lli.loffid vhfiay ei "The Dostmamer ...

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. — 26 March 1914

A SCIENTIFIC BASIS In what you need In this country when you apply paint. Wi have It in LINCOLN The paints are the result of yfr oytndeavor yeara of testing to t the be. VlawjjJconvince you that A Is fpY claim for it. "" We not Jbnljrsafl tMpaint lut wl take pleasure In doing yur paW work with this material, for we KNOwhat Yfj ill he pleased. NELSOFJ & HUFSTEDLER, 111 pound. These rattle hud been eating rske since the, Ittth day of sicptcmlwr. and were at the beginning of the ejperl men I, eating 4' pound a dny. earn, so they were started on thin smount. these two weights ws used for the final weight. I The svrrage of lnt 1, (rake and ( tcruHK) sua sf7 pounds. Thl allow-' ed a dm of 14 pound per steer for the luM !H days, and a total gain of ThH iitmntlty of riikn a atriulunlly l pound per steer for the entire li'icreosi-ri until they were eating six J fi-edlng period. pounds of mfcit or niMil dallv. 1 The avemse for ll 2, (meal and The grass rut t1 sere placed on a ennliagei s ...

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. — 26 March 1914

THE AVALANCHE rVBLUMD Tint TIUtMDAf T THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. ' IN(X)UIOMATBi J A MRS L. DOW, ' Eotered at tha ltofflc ftUXbbock, Tasaa. for wansmlsalon through lha Valla u second class matter. ; MOM! BANK LAW LOOPMOLM SUBSCUllTIOX RATKS: (Strictly In Advatica) Sit Month 50c One Year 11.00 ADVBKTiaiNu Katm: Local 10 cent per line each Insertion. I uulaj- ad "rttomnUWwiiU per alnKla column Inch per week; social rat on Scu Carta of UiWikt. resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrltunby ourlve. 2 li osnls per line. Cliurcli advertUmenU, where rnnou ta deTif ed therefrom, 6 ceoU per line. Prof.slouai card. 1.00 per rnoQtli or 10 per year If paid In advance. . j Business Office 14 Phones Ke8idence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAR. W, im REASON ENOUGH Col Gonthals that not ; lawyer, and Uiat he doos not pretend whether the exemption. troV payment of canal tolls In In ron-j Irmventlon of treaile or not Hut an,' n sdmlnlstrator of the Rreat work, he has always been oppoced to uny j exe...

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. — 26 March 1914

PROFESSIONAL OR. C. M. BALLINGER r 0!D F I raft Nation! I Hank Building. bot No. 2o9 M.-RWITK. TEXAS. DR. R. B. HUTCHINSON Cltli ena' Yitlonal fl.mk fluildlnf Vriirf No. 121 Lt'IiiiUCK, TEXA3. OR. R. J. HALL Physlciw frlJurgton Office, Ki-d Crox I'hurmary Office. Photii, No. 17l itvsldcnco vPmJtf.. CJ. Ll'llHOlK, TEXAS. LUBBOCK SANITARIUM LCnnnCJt-JKXAS. Chat. F. tlaytorX M. D , Pliynk-I: and Airgeon. Mra. L. Pi HouglJd, R. N 8upVrlntiynnL Phonea, 14 and 600 OVERTON SANITARIUM Medical and Surgical Case LrnQKlTrV: XA9. DR. yw. c. ovIrton. Office- Phoil, No. 4fly QljjMV Phona No. 407. DR. C. J. WAGNER, Offlr Tbon No 401. Renldenca Pbona No. 128. DRS. MUTCHINJSON A PEEBLER J. T. ifjtcnVoaofi, MO. Eye. Ear No knd Throat Oen Room O.iF. Paabl. M O. ncral !dlf Inland Surgery, mi in rWaVstlonal Pan RM Ll'DMOCK. TEXAS. DR. H. WESTLAKE, Practice- LI Ladles an P Offlca at R4i LCBfiOC 0. Children. I 1 . X ikeaaea or ncpe K rt Disraaca OI 'and Oironle fen. Phone No. 14. TEXAS. OSCOt)ILSON X 1 At...

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. — 26 March 1914

a mm PROPOSITIOP There is today a party in this section takinjr orders for an out' of-town grocery concern and while we do not propose to dictate to you where to buy, still we want you to know that if you will bring us the same bill that you give to him, accompanied with the cash, as he demands, we will perhaps save you money and we stand ready at all times to exchange any article you may get from us, whereas the other party is too far away from you to do this, with the result that you will say a few ugly things about his house and keep theoAdY Another feature to be considered is that we buvaU thfe produce we can get and pay the highest market prices ft aAtyrtes. Then another important feature to remember is thatfre are a fixture here and are ready at all times to lend our' lid in the upbuilding of this section. Taken tfoih trfiy angle do you not think it best to buy at home.-kelp ftvpuild up home institutions and receive a two-fold benefit from eyery dollar expended? We kindly ask ...

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 April 1914

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE IU8B0CK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 2r 1914 NUMBER 39 OLUME XIV. CROS9ETT GETS 39 YEARS Slayar of Warren Bullock Convicted And Givsn a Sentence of Thirty Yen In Penitentiary LUBBOCK TOM BALL CLUB More Tian ?00 Otiiene Become Merh. br of ths Tom Bail Club Pre cinct Chairmen Named TIME IS HIIS SOOU hnn mm flies started U ICIHII UP TEN CENTS PER HUNDRED IS THE PRICE SET UPON MR. FLY BY THE LUBBOCK CIVIC LEAGUE THE THEM TO Everybody Begin Early to Wage War Against the Greatest Enemy to the Health of Our People the House Fly. A Price is Upon His Head There hat been atarted a mm- j patxn Malnat the flte In mir commu- nlty The laiblwrk Civic league haa ; devised a plan whereby there will be a vigorous campaign conducted against them. A pihe ha a been plac- ed upon their head, dead or alive, and the bnya and girl of Lubbock are to compose the army that will alay them, going and coming, j i- u-...h- m rhlM miner will be found a aperlBl offer by the Kly Commit...

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 April 1914

c; o MB Fdfli.1 EVEiyj.08LE The winds of Spring ar(WiOffnd their whist ling notes will make a doleful sound rushing through your lilacsflferythinjr of the best in ire shop. :-: :-: :-: truer at tho galea mlfbl aay; "Than ytsir steam railroads must your mM prised mil popular nation al a-lilevemrnl and pnmiiilng your publlr moo and all your rlaasa of life and business must have giasi word for the railroads?" Perhaps they ahuuld have, to noma eslcnt they once had a good word for tne greatest niodorn chillier, licit who and what rlasaes now emnd up and nay It-right nut: The early railroaders madn some serious mis take, though the good In their warksi our up-to-theAmnut ' is SANITARY BARBER SHOP SUM T. DAVIS, Prop. 1! W Immeasurably outweighed the bad or J erroneous. O () o () 8 8 THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHED KVBjKT THUKMDAV BV THE AVALACHiS PUBLISHING CNOOMPOHATBU CO. JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoiflca at Lubbock, Teiaa. for tranamlaaioo. tlirouifli the Malls u seoond claas matt...

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 April 1914

PART TWO THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE CJrHE.XIV. V-.'- .-. Sl'tO INDISPENSABLE ,'' Advantage! of th Sl'o Ovtr th Old Methods of Preeerving tha Field Field Crops for Animal Pood Th siloing of field crop are advan tageous, compared with the old meUi ode of preserving field rroi, for th following reasons 1. Hmauxe S3 out of every lift pound of stalks rained am ot be feeding fodder, aa ordinarily cut and shocked and allowed to remain In the fej a month or longer. ?. Ilernuxe an investment of $iV to f too In a silo will net you a c rent er profit than the) same amount of money csn posidbly do when Invest ed In stocks or bonds. 5. Heeaus It greatly reduces (he dally cost of feeding work horses. 6. Mecause sling ha been tented carefully on rows, steers, horses, sheep and caJvea. and Its reeding value fully determined. .. Herit every particle of silsce Is eaten or utilised In some wsv. T. Iters use It Is less work to fee sllmte In the winter thsn It Is to feed fodder from the field shocks or the s...

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 April 1914

r 2 Thii is the home of ALL NEW goods. Not an old artich in some of the most beautiful Mimnery crcauui cvu u?F, i. V.. initH to rail anvltim direction or an arui. XJ. Don't have to buy, either. Come on along to occ B I The Plainview Nursery S . - ,i &iatwiil id Fruit Trees' and A lull liue ui jr"v Send order direct to Nurserj or nee . i. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY .e house. We are show- Lubbock. Under the- You 11 find a real welcome. The Fashion Hat Shop j ...... Phnn 277 - Next Door to Overton Sanitarium. J) In Hotel Building - - I none i Jj ' aaaw I HOMESTEAD LAW , P. T. HOST ERECTS FARM HOUSE .'PASSING Or ISOLATED Amtnit aw I . av7v i3 iT A I . . V Wl" 1 IflLI Jt Txv. m I u.r.1. V U.nh ?.V -ITilcf of the' i ii o I! I l coco I a L. 7 1.1 A U aJ- A I 3 Boone, loeaa age v 1 rV THp - lainview Nursery L. N. DALMONT, Proprietor, I TBXA5 2 Dl AINVIFW. - CROWN SILO'S Don't Blow Over. guaranteed to They are alno to be ALL that you could demand in a Silo. Let u prove it. They are Stand U...

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 April 1914

1! WELL, HAVE YOU O w o 8 8 8 8 8 8 Had that plumbing and sheet metal work done that comfort and happli Snrinsr. Summer, in iactoentHpomiirt ajLfour m a a e doLjfie kind oi work mac the test of time. ; ; ; Ding nnu sncci mcini is so essential tojwir'N happiness durirtzthfc ) ler, Fall ajid wfytica CITY PLUMBING & SHEET METAL WORKS- Wwwwww WW Wwwwwwwww W WW wwswWwwww WW WW WW 8 Community Co-Operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland's Magazine. By K. K. Phillips. The tltni frn Cld that IIUera axiom, "AH la not ro'ilrt tint Ite more during hlshrliiK anod anrt thtt rut ' I lahllHliInx reputatloa for them, or ofi aptly applied than to present day unr i prtMlticlna; a low grade lint and d chanrflse. And It I tart beyond i pending on tilie surface litter for j dispute, that a areat many people , ml. jnla and buy inarrhandlae that "tilt Maniifartnn rs who de led to make tMn," ratliwr than aKda of proven thia lnt mentioned rlass of gonda, of quality and ortli. I course toon realiied t...

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 April 1914

4 I DIRECTORY CHURCHES Church notice of every (nomina tion will t run In tola column. free, a standing announcement ouijr. Biptiit Church Sunday Bible School, 9:45 . m . 1 C L. Klett, Superintendent. Preach Ins, 11:00 w.. ud H:00 p. m., L. T. Grumhle. Pastor. SunbeaJn Pxiiid, J;30 p. IB... Mr. It. B. Haya. retr. Prayer meeting, WaUnuaU.iy. :U0 p. m. B. W. M. W.. Monday, 1:30 p. m., Mrs Grumble, prealdeni. Firt Prctbytarian Church Preaching by the lator on the flrtt and third Sabbath In each month, at ll:0u a. m.. and :00 p. m. Sabbath School every Sabbath, at 9:45, a. m. 8. l Wlluon, Supt, S. J. P. Word, Pastor. s. Mrthodiit Church Proarhlng every Sunduy at 11:00 a. in., and evening at :00 p. ni Sun day School at : 15 a. ni. every Suni'ay. Prayer meeting and Sunday School Worker' minting every Wednesday rvenlng. at 7:li. Everybody 1 cor dially invited to attend each aervlco. Strangers are urxed to come and get acquainted. Ret. W. M. Lane, Pas tor; Jaa. U ltrw, 8. S. Supt. Cumberland...

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