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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

t ! lit I I Iff ft tff CUM INQ FROM BALLS ANNtRj I I I Little Loesl Items Worth Repeating And of Interest 10 Our Readers i In This and Other Counties 8 8 Working Toward The Ideal In one of th mont noble ppntimentp of life. It in the only pure re ad to hapii ripec and longevity. It i- the nal to Hinnhin and uniilfn. It i the plad hand road. Many there are who travel thie road while many go by the thorny 1 ath. a a f J IjimI Saturday evening, we hud the I ! nleamire of attending a pie supper T and a bund concert at frohyton 'whlc!.. from a nnanc,ai Kinmii"". j wn irriiiid aw-ceae, 7r...V belnK Z alied from anlea of the plea, rtf. tj Mr and II. W Oarrrlin look f) I ... i- it.. i.. .... .mA t In fhe OvtT meir mi" will, br-ti - '.a . . . .. ,vi. i T r iton Sanitarium, a! mhhk . ' j week, to undergo " lTtttlon on thi X ! nw and Ihront. I J I At Cone. Saturday. March IS. (there; M1 be i.n all day rallv of the Cro.jf) lhv County KO'ieationai hhh-iihi ; i Tlila will hf an Important meeting. ...

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. — 2 April 1914

rt S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY Carry tht kind ol Insurance that you need -THE REAL PROTECTING KIMD from the old line companies. (,-1 o o o o o ( () C) () o o o o O O ( ) ) ( ) w I . I RESERVE BANKS Are the result ot increased business throuRhout the United States. Wall Street had the commerce of the country by the throat. Todav it isTlfTerent. They have lost their hold. It is Ujjameray with people who do not save. The! rsways losinsr a chance to get jmead, coUnt with us. Your every interest is safetru staffed. L THE CITIZENS NATIONAL- BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $120,000.00 LUBBOCK, TEXAS I NOVjfs a. I a savihfg(y Hit Supportsrt Will Com From AH Classes of tht Ptople Many Reasons Advanced Oeo. C. Wolffarth. Pre. W. A. Carlisle. Vice Pres. I. L. Hunt. Cashier C. A. Burrus, As.it. Cash. i Quality! Quality! Quality! The Ford is the quality car the world over. He who demands a car of highest merit at lowest cost buys the sturdy Ford. He knows its the one car with a world wide record for d...

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. — 2 April 1914

CftOMfTT OtTt JO VI AM (Continue! 'r"m P"" I thai hn w Iho iliTrmii'd lnk a drink (in fht riluM of tlio k Ml ri and on twin furlhiT iH'IiiNimI. laf''rf thai It hm hlitrn. Ho f ! Unit f F bltir wniilil noj rniiki tun- wan' to flirtir ami that ho poulif tint fl .h i.ftv-t of It. Ir. W. fl. ronton, from Tuft lty. waa ni-it Introdtiri'd. lit. tn'l fhul 1 waa rnllo'l hT to w th divan noon ffr the hotinn. ami thut J diwiivvrrd thnt rtnllork wan iliol twlri", nnre In lfi lf f ulilo. and nnr In tn rlKht. In vital piirtn; Hint th rtrsrd an tukon to hi unnltafliim In I'riKt Htjr whrro hp died at S-u o'rlmk. tin following morn I nr. Tna doctor lntd 'hat nftpr tha ilwath of llnllnck. th bu!lIn r iifrlriiicd and that one of thm had pemtratrd the Ktnrnarh and (I In phi-Hfm, and that tin wo'indu wwc Miltlcli-nt to rauae diath. J. P. Marr, an attorney, of Poat Cltr. wna next Intmdiiml. II tatil thnt at th rivuit of tr. ronton and th dwawd, h took thi dylnr atatomrnt of rhf dwraaMl; and that thl waa...

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. — 2 April 1914

rmmtt , i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r t r t t r TVy IFirst Mond FmKrarr a reduced Drice on cve-W Trimmed and Tailored Hafn stock, ill find a lovely line of the very latest and best from which to Every selection will be offered at an attractive price a make your selections and I cordially urge everybody to coAiafcnd sccjrfy dis A . 11 i l o I .1 LtfJk I price mai will induce you lo uuy uc Mire aim t-c uiwwuuuihjj. 7V ARA ABNEY Balcony Vrc-s tit lle PhoilP X MMMtltllllMIMMt 44 M t HMtiMtHHMWHttl OIIIH IH h4 IT I r WOODROW WILSON'S OPINION Extracts From a Sptsch Mad Rt- Jently by President Wilton at a . J Meeting ot Newspaper Men Preaa Crowd l tremble to think of the variety and fftlscnee In Uie Impression 1 make. ''You may not believe It, but some time I feej fur from uu extinct vol cano, "I am mi diligently trying not to make any eokwsal blunders. "Tli era are blessed lnlervls, when I forget, by one means or another, that I ra frfslUem of the I'nlted put. 'Aome day, after I am throng...

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. — 2 April 1914

Chamber of Commerce Column Office Phone. No . Residence Phone, No 229. (leo. W. Hriggs, Secretary. tei:. Tit t no doubt the Intent of district Si. i. The folli Inn are soma of the om i.iViiU we have received frm various parts of the country on our new bonk : "Received your little, book and think It Is a Rood unr, You mut tiao a Rood little city there, and It looks to m la It ourlit to Rrow and be sorncthinR." "I am in receipt of your iwmphlei. descrlnhig Lubbock country, which I think la a Rod a have ever been Rottcii out ty you people." "Today 'a mail brought your tiooklet of l.ubboik County, which reflects Rrcat relt on your business men; and, best of all, trents of subMtsntlul fiwt. I have had the pleuaure of .! UK your Utile city and broad prsl. rles lat summer, and wa Indeed eiir prlnej to nt uh mibMUintl il rrowth in botii city and country, "' I The. move tit School I hnlrU t No. 1 5, In the northeastern art of ths j county. Is making toward building a new school house, which ...

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. — 2 April 1914

1 w N. o T'. iv' HOG WIRE. BARBED WJRE Poultry Nettdfjjvlhs. Corrugaf.tfoo!lng. vare. Ifully rrr t by Mr, r. I gowned, anil J -ii i U a i L. . titiir a.lr - f jWng 1 1 1 1 C tllHV l . j ..... ions of tltcse commodities and I am pre nred to take care ol your want with a .ii .curimMt f the best In STANDARD J rrytkes. COME JO M-.h JulUJrMardwa 1 ME. o 8 w ( bark ground for the beautlfull il guests, who were met W. Iloertior. charmingly g conducted lu the dressing room and i then Into the twrlor, where lhi re-1 reiving: line stood. .Mr. I. Robinson mailo the pn-sen Hit Inn of a bountiful bavins; ru aa tokwn of love from the club to Mrs rainier, to which she rescinded In touching words. Following I the personnel of tho receiving line: Mr. J. 8. Johnson. I wearing a nianvesatln dress; Mr. I Robinson, lavender messnJIno with ' lilnrh Jet: Mr. Palmer, In black mtil ! re; Mrs. It. A. It:irrlay In handsome ; frock cf bltie chnrmenso. j Refreshments wore nerved to about nfty Indies,, who enjoy...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

RECKONING WITH TIME Is the duty of every per son. It is Also a finod idea to have the CORRECT time and if you will only bring your watches and clocks to me, when they get out of repair, you will always have the COR RECT time. Make yovir selections from my Jewelry display. Every purchtt.se is cov ered with an absolute guarantee. t i 4JL w. s. NORTON onoDoooDonorooDonoDODonon o o a O D O a O a o a o a O a O a O o a o a o a o a o a o a REAL FANCY CUTS IUva an ipfietiinff eflct. When you want mat you want good meat; meat chat in attractively pripard. We claim to keep the Iwnt and the rri- it tip- to the minute all the tim. Wi? mm atrial. Phone 52. a o a o G a o a o a o neit liflalattir providing for th pm-1 regional and m political openfl. Ion of the rural school In every roiinty of the state, with all ner' essary anregtutrria, restrictions, and mean of martin leelna; such atipef. rlelon. Such law should atithortie the selection of the county iinrtn Icndent of piilillr Instnirtlon by th...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

, 1 PARLIN&ORENDORFF IMPLEMENTS OR P o We have a large supply on hand of any kind of farming implements you will need for this years needs. And our prices will be very attractive to you, as well as getting the best goods made into farming implements. See the new improvements on the Listers, both sinle. ajftd two-row. Remember we carry (tjextras for this line of goods. ' O Stat; Piping We can furnish you wtm your supplies for all water works, and windmilling, NICE SUPPLY OF BUILDERS AND SHELF HARDWARE : : : : ALL AT I R. A RANKIN & SONS I DAWSON COUNTY LOCALS ! Ontrlel Court Ossth of Mr. Willi 1 Good Rain Wodntsday Make Glad Htarta of Farmer ! Irtstrtct rourt convened Monday 1 morning. Judge Spencer' rharg.i to the crond Jury was aide and com- . prehenslve. The rase nt for th flmt N'k were contln ted for the 1 t.rm and the petit Jury for the first week won dlnclinrged on Wednesday. I 'w Our heart roes out In sympathy to our friend J. W Willis. In this time of great sorrow and...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY Carry the hind of Insurance that you noed-THE KF.AL PPOTFCTINO KIM) from the old line companies. 0- 1 II L f 't, ,.f I.I.I.. I'll) T -.!.... In -.a L.in'T . -J 'it i I K-ni J.a :riiMF of Hi AimeSt' h ImimIiipb Ii t, run -r (! r.r am. tit ilat .rrh Car. l ,e7 I I'-i-l W J.t. inly ai.l fl'tll II ('H iii.i.if i t It..! t. l II. Cii' i iirvf.T. "Ttlwl In O't r a'1 If I iMIr taln lntrmn fl.tl'a t. .n,.B. mon lb. hi -i aim ttrr of 7u Mi4 ltllu.ll" -- . . - ..... r. 9 I 1111 1 " , l mtm', ... fMM all llnilrhl.. TV. Ta MH Vaal'r rl rv nail pa Ik. NOTICE Thia if tyVertlfy thai ! have sold mjr IntcnV In the l.ubht.ck laundry to W. t. 'Adams. ThaAtng; you for pnat fare. and aakln that you con tinue ynfcr pa'ronayro we isunnry. (7 3t Alexander Join"!! has irons, to Can yon for freight. Milt Taylor made a trip to the Mal let ranrh thin week. " . S V T V V V V I T . - - - YCLR TAILORING It solicited. Flit line best mt)l?. CTikhM cleaned sT CallM for X , ma twenty pound...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

i w MUCH HAS BEEN DONE Along the lines of improve ment, but there is'yet much to be done. If you will let us do your painting and paper hantrinjr vou will be pleased-WK KNOW. Use our Climatic Paints for Best Results. .. nriQnn p. uiircTPniPR NLLUUIV IIUI U I L.UL.1.III ii y. r : t1 - TEXASJ LUBBOCK. TAHOKA NtWft ITIMI or tomnambu'itt tallitt Pt t Mia Undtrclothe Vewn Couple Mr ryJudg Perrymen Imprtvln j Monday morning, aboal I o'cliwk. 1 rlre Callaway, who hud tx-n on lh I lick Mt for iral daya. v.-n ml- -d from tola rtiom at thn Mrltiotlt ANMANOLf fAftMfM TO MIIT A Prm' tMptrtcl IrtMitut And hot Court TM tummtr Ladle Tt ttudjr Dmtl clno m: Hi tubH't of Hnb fftUa lrruble fattl Raler-4 tt Mom: and th tubjxrl fit Paattir for Huge ar Important on. C'Iiubm In ttnrk Judging, poultry judging, fating milk and rroani lth llnbrnrk tMtrr. randllng egga. H, will probably b arranged for Ihnait In'prfrt. .Miirh attention III bi glvrn In FEEL GOOD LAUGH BE HAPPY AND WELL Yak Soma Dodton'a Liver T...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

PROFESSIONAL 0N. C. M. ALLINGt) DMIM OfCc Trw National Hanfc llulldlng Telephone No. tilt LrnnorK, texas. t riAMTiwo or paut i . . .... i - ' " Inatruct'on a Imu.i Dp H. M. ! ea, Agricultural Damonataratar Fr the lam f pn. R. I. HUTCHINSON Dcntlat CltUfna' National Bank flulldlrwj Pho No. 131 LIB HOCK, TKXAi. DR. R. J. HALL Physician and Burgeon Ofllro. Red Crota f'barnwy Offlet Ptone. No. 171 ftealdeace Phono. No. 61 M'HIKK'K. TEXAS. LUBBOCK SANITARIUM LI BBOCK. TEXAS. Chaa. P. Clayton, M. 0 , Phy.iclan and Burgeon. Mra. L. P. Hougland. R. N., Superintendent. Phonra. 144 and W OVERTON SANITARIUM Medical and Surgical Case M'HWK K. TKXAS. DR. M. C. OveRTON. Offico Phono, No. 40,. Hoeldenc Phono No. 407. DR. C. J. WAGNER. OOoo Phono No 40. Residence Phone Na. I2. DRS. HUTCHINSON 4 PECBLCR J. T. HutcHlnaon, MO, Efo, Ear, Noun and Throat 0. P. Ptebler. M.D. General Medlelnt and Surfery. Rooua la Flrat National Hank Wdf. LI BIIOx'K. TEXAS. OR. O. H. WCSTLAKE, Phy.iclan. Practlro United t...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

4 ' 1J 1 j HLdl VfHY MOflTMtl W. T. Tamaai r,rraaelv farm r Near Snyder Telle HH In perlence WKh Helow the Hljtnai glvee statement i I V J put Ik HtfH M' Urn pS SH mtn fmitiii them metnura artta I pound of rniahrd matie hrf iwli day. later rhanalng from melsa to cotton awed mml, at 8rt uelne; ltt pounde per hewd per day. lnrreaein the amount of menl per head until rumjci cost or uvino Ceu(r Prsdoee te Cefltumar In tea . nod Crete hy r,erel Peat Triad In Near Future rtm W. T. Thompson a. prominent , I arlvftin 4 pounds at the close, of farmer who Uvea a mil 'utb of, feeding time, following la the ac MilvHur ivln hU enoerlence with count of ttint , etc." 'failing MO calvea lant fall and win- Coat of Calvta. Ftcd, ter on rn!lHa. We kindly ak. that 2"0 culves 2S tct. $:, 000.00 HO oo 'all our reader Rive thla artlrle their interest on Investment 110. Oil oA-eful thought nnrt earnest consider-1 7 hales cotton seed... atlon. The alio hna come to stay and j t rushed maize ciUi be used to p...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

TleJdV COUNTY LOCAL If ( REV-O-NOC OIL COOK STOVES We have four styles of this cook stoves on our floor now. Come in and Jet us tell you of the won derful success of all that was for tunate enough to secure one of these stoves last season. They are easy to operate and guaran teed to give satisfaction. HERRICK REFRIGERATORS Q 0 - 3 &o The time will soon come when you will need a refrigerator and there is no better time than now to make your selection. WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK in i R. A RANKIN & SONS I 4.USSOCK DCFIATS ILATOM In aerlee of baeeaall gamea on tha Rlaum IUimnt. Krtitay and Sat urday of Ut . the Lubbock train won hh gamea. The Brora rrlilay 7 to 6 In favor .if Mihtmrlc. The SlaLm I cam thru tmportiwt atunn play era I mm Pt. ami wnt In in ln the game Saturday, lint was ilcfiwiiHt tu rb tune ttf 4 to I. Hah for LalilxM-k - ahe a winner' TO TliT FULL. RENDITION The C'titcn and the Arlington Na tional Bank e Fight Tax w mant an Stock A PROHIBITION SONO (Tune Vanltea ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 April 1914

m iii Himihi '"ii " 1 Church Notes Classified Ads. Iii3l BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL The cook is happy, the Other members of the family re happy m-UIcs sharpen, thing Jbriirhten np e ncrnl!-. And ('nlumrt Baking Powilcr Is resnible for it nil. For Cnlamet never fails. Its womtorful lravetiinir qualities Insure perfectly shortened, faultlessly rai&vd bakings, Cannot be compared with other lmkintf ixiwdcrs, which promise without performing". Even a beginner in cooking- jets delightful results with thin nevcr failing Calumet Baking Powder. Your grocer knows. Ask him. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS WrU' Para Fad EiwU.e. CW.M, II rto riMhin, Piam, Mwi 112. Tim following la the program for "Missionary Day" on Sunday, April i. 1914: "Th HoiiUi ami the World for OIrlMl" (Introductory Eatrcis.s Statement by tin) Superintendent - Mr. Klett. Kong: ' My Country 'Tin if Thee' School. Tln Wlile Message: (1) "The Christian Obligation" Clyde Hlggera. ( "The World Nwd "-- F.tiiinou MllllllIH. (3) "The Only 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. — 9 April 1914

ThM LUBBOClC AYALANCIIEo NUMBER 40 LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914 VOLUME XIV. FIRST MONDAY A OANDV HABEAS CORPUS DENIED MerohnU Report a Magnificent All Day Trad First Monday Every body Happy Trading Brisk Judge Meckt Otniea Habeae Corpue Writ Seeking to Free Five Thou sand Mexican Prisoner ffliilifplwiii inriTurn MPORTMJT ELECTION fINUIIILI! ) CHIEF CITY EXECUTIVE ISSUES PROCLAMATION FOR GENERAL CLEAN-UP DAYS IN LU8B0CK APRIL SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH 0ITE5 SET Co-operation With The Civic League of Lubbock The City Council An nounces The Above Datet for General Clean Up Days in Lubbock. Everybody Should Line Up for a Cleaner Lubbock .... vi..h,. in Anrll! lulled States Circuit Judxe &'eek wan great one for Lubbock ami her , early : M'day afterrioon entered an or- J HAT u ii ... h.rin hul del' on fata dmii-r d'-nylng the writ ,,,t-reiiui. t " - i . . for all who oam to avail themselves , of hab.u. corpus for the R.oo Venl-j of the opiK.rt.mltl.-a present...

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. — 9 April 1914

THE AVALANCHE rVBLHUBU EVERT TIUKSDAV THE AVALANCHE PUULJSIIINO CO. I2400HIOHATED AMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Kntered at the Poatofflc at Lubbock, Texas, for transrolailon tbrouith tin If all m aecond claae matter. On Tear II. Ou st? BSOKIPTION RATES. (Strictly m Advance) Sli Months 50c 4DVBBTiaiM Hatm: Loc1 10 cenU per Una each Insertion. Display- ad ..i.m.t. a nti rt almMa column Inch oer week: iDectal ratea on rear contract. Carda of tnanka, resolutions, Obituarlea, (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-i cenU per Una. Church adtcrttsmenU, where a revenue Merited therefrom, 5 cent par line. Professional cards 11.00 per montb pr 110 per year If paid In advance. . Phones Business Office 14 Residence 2-12 LUBBOCK, TEXAS. THURSDAY, A Pit. 9, IM. WHY TOU SHOULD CO TO CHl'RCH SUNDAY, APRIL 1HT11 gethaf. I "Because the soothing Influence of Lb music ivwtrai our lives, mak ing us gentlw and kind and roving to ward everyon. ridding .us of all In-i rllnalloo lo And fault with our breth j n-n.'" As...

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. — 9 April 1914

S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY Carry th. kind of liwur-nc. that ywi iwl-TMn RRAL PBOTKCTINO KIND Irom tht otd Una companUt. ! "piHEOTORY CHURCHES Church notice of every denomlna tlnn mil be ron In this column, frue, t standing announcement only. Baptist Church Runday Bible iVhool. 1:45 a. m., E. U Klett, Huperlntcndi'Dt I'reacb injr, 11:00 av nk. and :00 p. m., L. T Oriimblea. i'aator. Sunbeam l!jnd. j'ao p. m , Mm. R. II. Hayns. M rector. Prayer iu-ctinn, Wednesday, 8 00 p. m. H. W. M. W., Monday. t:30 P. m , Mra Oriimble, PreiJint. Flrat Praabytarlan Churoh Preachlna; by the Pnator on the flrat and third Sabbatha In each month, at 11:00 a. m.. and 1:00 p. m. Habhath Schoil every Habbath, at 9:4S, a. m. 8. f. Wilson, Supt. S. &.; J. P. Word. I'aator. Methodist Church Preaching every Sunday at 11:00 a. m. and evening at 1:00 p. ra Sun day Bchoot at : 45 a. m. every Sunday, prayer meetlnir and Sunday School Worker' meeting every Wednesday renin, at 7:15. Kv-rybody la cor dially Invi...

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. — 9 April 1914

III MM I Ml "'" If Federated Mleslonary .0letie ef Four Cars Four Cars Four Cars , rrt Worth Will Lee Influence if mi ngni ginii vie FORT WORTH WOMIN ACTIVt Four Cars LEW I 1 JJ Clothes j HOW ABOUT THAT EASTER SUIT? Progress You Should Profit By Do you realize the progress made by ready-tailored clothing manufacturers during the past dozen years? particularly in the case of the Kirsch baum clothes we sell? No smaller organization could afford to maintain the Kirschbaum Designing Depart ment and still sell clothes at sucn moderate prices. No smaller organization can afford to employ such corps of tailors who specialize on the different parts of a suit. No smaller organization can afford to sell you clothes at like prices which come with a signed guarantee that thev arc all wool, London-shrunk, hand-tailored and sewn at all points of strain with SILK thread. . We invite you to compare our Kirsch baum Clothes in fit and price with any others made. su You will agree with us that no othe...

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. — 9 April 1914

SECTION TWO THE LUBBOCK. AYALANCI VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9f 1914 K UMBER 40 VT J A Uire or. c v. r. wr . - - . . Hou.ton. Texa.. March 29.-When Col. Thoma II. Hull wu a barefoot rd toy on a plantation near Hunt rllle. Trxas. In Walker, county. 55 year go. he formed a mighty r Hilton, that, tipon remchlng manhood a estate he would do these things: Have all the amunltlon he needed to hunt rabbits; never allow a "sec ond table" for the children at his. ment for Tom lull to run the mill. Business Bor Plsasur A aob mse In the boy's throat, but he turned hla head to the pillow and amotfiered It Where now all those delectable vision of the mor row that fancy had conjured up but a moment sgo? He wanted to (to to that, picnic wanted to ride on a rsllrood train, for bed neer ridden .. . 1 1 ...... i r mimm m I kTtt a 0ch cobbler three on one. anu me Ume. each day; rid. mu-tang pon.e.; Pnan, than any desire h . boy. n and muT. to ?l. beorf. coteot-and brain ...

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. — 9 April 1914

THE AVALANCHE fUftLIlBBD Itlll THUMB At T THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. tKUOHI'OKATKD lAMRS L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Foetofflce at Lubbock, Teiaa, for transmission through the Veils m second clue matter. One Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Strictly lu Advance) SH Months 60c ADVshhsinw Katu:-Locale lOcente per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlMment 16 cente per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks, resolutions. Obituaries, (other than wrlttenby ourselves, 2 1-2 cents per line. Church sdvertlsments, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, 6 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, A Pit. i, 1914. FOLLY OFFLLMSY CONSTRUCTION The following editorial from the Texas Farm and Fireside Is heartily indorsed toy the Avalanche, and we hope that the people of the state will won awaken to the Importance of demanding Just such things as a...

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