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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 May 1914

S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY Carry the kind of lnturanc that you need-TMn tfHAI. PITOTnCTINO KIM) frem tha old line companies. THIS IS TO YOU IF YOU NEED PAINT We want the public to know that Lincoln Climatic Ppfit is sold under a positive guarantee to give satisfaction drrncwey will be refunded. I Rodctful ) ' W. A. CANTS, twin Mid Advertising Manager for West ;as nfd New Mexico. FOR ALE BY Sale Te NELSON & HUFSTEDLER. PHONE 66 LUBBOCK, TEXAS I HUERTAS STUBBORNNESS TIih undertaking in which we are about to un armed force In Mexico, resembles war about dm miirh an lash Ing with a switch resembles beating with a clirb. We shall bl kadc Mex Iro; the li Iftn of our navy mill be ty that Hotspurs of the senate audi house found tin President's statement loo culm utid dlrpaselonate for thHrj (.lirlllii. hmilutr Vi'u jwitiM ntit h.wel a safer hador in UiIh venture un pleasant t heat, lnii not to be hn or.iti I y avoded. Meanwhile we nope the memory of the Spanish war and stutloncd upon b...

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. — 7 May 1914

nCCC2CCC3CaCZ:C3C3C3C3C3CCr ( ) ( o n () o n FOR YOUR SELECTION n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n Corn, red and whit red Maize, Mjflet, Cotton Seed JkntJ Our Coal. Etc.. are Tiered Hty or each is always the Phone 324. : : : r 1 1 mm FUEL ocoDononoPonosnonoPOnononoa PROFESSIONAL OR. C. M. BALLINGER Dentist OBca First Nation Bank Building. Telephone No. 209 LUBBOCK, TEXAS. DR. R. B. HUTCHINSON Dentin CIUmdi' National Bank Building Phone Na 131 OVERTON SANITARIUM keeslcal and Surgical Cases LUBBOCK. TEXAS. DR. M. C OVtRTON. Ofiea Phona, No. 404. Residence Phons No. 407. DR. C. J. WAGNER, Office Phont No. 40. Residence Phone No. 128, ORS. HUTCHINSON A FEEBLER J. T. Hutchinson, M.D. Eya, Ear, Nose and Throat O. f. Feebler, M.D. General Medicine and Surgery. Rooms In First National Bank Bldg. " DR. O. H. WESTLAKE, Physician. Practice Limited to the Diseases of Ladles and Children, and Chronic Diseases of Men. OfBcs at Residence Phone No. 164. ROSCOE WILSON Attorney-at-Law OBlc...

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. — 7 May 1914

SATURDAY MAY 9th BIG BARGAIN DAYS )lfS fffl f? A TUESDAY, o urn I III X. X f 111 I I I II' I III i I 1 I I 4 I M BIG BARGAIN DAYS Here is the opportunity of a life time to get Bargains in Ready-to-Wear Clothing. Prices the lowest ever offered. It is REAL Quality up. Prices down. Ten days of fast selling. Ten days of profit-sharing. TEN-DAYS. Remember. Let everybody in the Lubbock Trade Territory come in and e-et some of these bargains. READ THROUGH THE LISTS: 7 h-4 All 1.50 (floves. SHOES The very nobbiest makes of the leading factories of America. $3.89 2.98 2.69 - 2.39 -. 1.98 - 1.69 ... . . .. 1.39 1 1.19 ... .98 .79 .. .53 .. .39 All 5.00 Shoes and Oxfords, reduced to AH 4.00 Shoei and Oxfords, reduced to All 3.50 Shoe and Oxfords, reduced to All 3.00 Shoes and Oxfords, reduced to .... . All 2.50 Shoes and Oxfords. redo fed to All 2.00 Shoes and Oxfords. reduced to AH 1.75 Shoes and Oxfords. reduced to All 1.50 Shoes and Oxfords. reduced to All 1.25 Shoes and Oxfords. reduced to...

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. — 7 May 1914

(FojiirQ(dl'2 -WO . A . i p frv ii w 1 Mr 2 . v. - -waaaaaT at r 3 f Comment I V I 1vo Bite, r c ft rT.n iiwl "V fSaStlat. I f Ualfoua Tin yHuratdors and thej V " hsB.t, Y7 Jr X 6 'b fifes EVER-lASTINC-LY SnS 3 A tobacco that 13 Instantly distinguished from all others by its fragrance. The first time you get a whiff of STAG, you'll go buy some. In the pipe JA the tin, Indoors, out doors, its natural lasting fragrance ill win yod at once and toever. r m s H.indy Half , the Found and Glau Humidor. r Packages: the Full-Sue lO-Cer jfTin padors and thround 5 r rtte. GOOD rfCDiv: a (o) because their aene o reality gnc deeper. Thar I think. If I must generalise, Ii the key to 'ry ninny of the con trnsta between in. Tim Kngllah aeem to nae no real beliefs; their church ia a phantom: their monarchy con atltiitlomil Influence; their llvm, ruled by appearance ami controlled by conscience and In-art searchlngs. No man talka of hli religion or discuss ea hli alma In life. In default, there la re...

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. — 7 May 1914

f Mil HI I I ' r TffT''tlll ARE YOU EATItJG HEAT . , sir -LAP- These day? We have a fine assortment of the choicest cuts to be found in any pfi. Prompt and Courteous Service. We Please You. Will You Please Us With Your Next Order? Phone 52. f ' THE SANITARY MEAT MARKET. ovJU I n siut oUUAnc - - - J. A. WILSON, PROP. fca MM MM UIIHIIIIIUHHmWW HHHMMWIHHIMMIH tttttftltl HI Mil HIM 1 1 III IMH II Ml 1 1 1 1 II n o n o n o n u n o n () 1 1 o (i MHMHHMM IHI4HffltllWWWtHlt AMERICANS IN MEXICAN PRISONS ' uih. chiefly Amerlcnn, h.l. lit Tux J SUPRPISE3 MANY IN ar 1 "t"i,'ini i ri.i i i lie, iiiriii pur Jj Herded by Drunken Jailer General i rn'indltiif plan tat tnH. and tlint Consul Mjii Promnei Coneul Canada to Release Women and Children j Vera "ruv;, Apr. Sleeping tn I the stone fl.u-;liii f the Jail initio, with iiiFiittiili-nt food, no sanitation, nnii threatened every nlirlu with aa sassimitloon by drunken Jailer, In CITY OP LUBBTCflr lar Agent While la in Jail ut K.lhtile, The Qt'h'K Hc...

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. — 7 May 1914

I I 1. 1 -! c.-.;::-;::::::::::::::::::::::::i:i:inir:3 lytnif y else that is genenffly ddiyult to bake with econonlv rtw success you'll heaping teaspoon ful of lth Club eflitient. purer and easier to use than any other Baking Power obtainable at any price. 1 1 111 1 finrf4 1 TIM 1 VI 1 UJJ 1 mm Chamber of Commerce Column Office I'hone, No. !8. Residence I'hone, No. 229. Geo. VV. Brings, Secretary. i. - " " Mrtim or bur or 'II. Thla doe ant prwteat anyoa from avdvertlalnit, which l alway a Rood way. nor will It Interfere wlta anyone's bualnesa. Now. the ancreew of thin undertak ing depends upon whether It U ta ll Ml1 11 w. m avr of t.f 'tont. la 'ether woHt.kartr produced mora thaa twice many tn of fodder did rora.' In I'D teats. In which cj wag Included, III fodder yHd found In be mora than dotiblo that of rm. 1 In the average of 17 of kHr . k. n tin Kv iha iuhiiIh and made tin and ran nloun. can allowed lead , of. In the pt, we have hail many 'of 39 per cent In yield. Inqtitrtea o...

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. — 7 May 1914

1 A TRIP TO WONTHAM FARM 40 to 2V feet deep. Thlt depth wua reacb"d only to aatlafy the pro-! HUENTA WANTS INVASION tdnor With Othtra Viaited Lubbock rolrni of the rtilerpri.'e iw to the j The Dictator Would Welcome Inva- Irrigation Farm Lael Tuttdey Crct Improve tntt kind of din uinl'-riylnn the furm. ion by United State To Save Htm From Hands of Villa () o o and til.- number of matin of water 'ih.y could find at that depth. We The Avalanche editor accepted a llnd, r.tl ti.cy went to th.' fourth' m Crtii. May 4. The d.-termlna- aeat In th- r...f Mr. W. U. M.tyncd ftrMl. nn(l thll, th- wt -r i-tnn.lt "n or inntr,r nurna to uraw j w th a purl) Jiimpoiiwl oi .r. 'i7- at mi fet from in.- annace ..i uf:" - .-. f.IJ ut.rt HUM ton. J. K. Uurrlaoii .,,., , ,1B which l enulpped " "" the , rehela. w;m re ..... . i ii vi, to take a' . i - riowler numo. luiv aponnlhl.. for the demand made Hut ann Aimnirj . - nun . . .... . . . I ride out to the. big Irrigation farm ofj,nf , , men dlm-harpe pip...

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. — 7 May 1914

c () () () () il II () () () () () () ( () wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwJ POMPADOU R'S 8 ARE COMING 8 They are in style again and fpu can get them dandy ones j o o o o o ) ) n N B. And in the meantime I still want to te your next county ana viiriu w Clerk.-SAM T. CCOCJ THF Sanitary Barber Shop, j AN EYE-WITNESS IN MEXICO Pat Murphy Say Amricn Maka, Hast to Evacuata the Dominion! Of Dictator Hurta I'ut Murphy say that an American this no rights lu Mexico which ore respected. Kedi-ral soldier hold you up whenever I hey feel like It, and there l nuiJiltiK fr you to do but hand over your belonging"- WM held up twice by the millions of Uu erta. They even took hU pocket knife. Pat came In Thursday. He has been working In the oil fielda near Tanipln) Hliioe. December. Along with Mr. Murphy come IW3 other; they secured paksase to Gal Teuton on an oil barge which has a the liSfij2 i i i 6RAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Temple. Texas, May 9-10-11. Limit lfith. $12.75. TEXAS MEDICAL ASS...

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. — 7 May 1914

11 nOCCDOnCDC3C3C3CCC03CDCGC3C3CGCCCGC2CGc:i FRIDAY, MAY 15th Wc will demonstrate the good uses of Toasters and the "El" Glastovo which you see advertised. Dont fail to see these and laborsaving cookig uctl PHONE165. W - Electric Nov elty Co. OAlNE COUNTY NEWS Good Rains Big Lirid Deal Haedfn- rooks Nupli' Surveying Land And Other Nv Good Rain Since our lant lasiie, ! rains have vli-lted different sections of the county and the weathor ll still quite threatening. Bvetrthlng Indhaun mora rain. Many sections of the male have been flooded during the week. Ihe. damage being great In aom Section. lHWon fount y re ceived good rains. ThH heaviest rulnful! In thl county Ik reported In the eastern and southern portion", letter A we go to press (Pridiy morning i wc am able to report hi-nvy ralna In all sections of the county. The heaviest rnln of the season began falling lat-t night about o'rlork, and continued until aftor midnight. A splendid season la now In the ground, everything Is pointi...

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. — 7 May 1914

tMIIIII 1 Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON LYRt Church Notes If) solved ones For daily ass in millions of kitchens bas proved that Calumet is richest nm onif in qirmlity blit io frarrnn? fon-rr will un Lulini in rc-.olts pore to the eitreme and wonderf'tlly economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. RECEIVED HICHEST AWARDS . III. CONCERT OLD-FASHION SONGS Tomorrow ( Friday I nuiil. at the ttmmr lloiose till' HltlKPrs of tllO 'ltV will elv a conrert of "iild-fashion" snag. The old-time favorites will w nri( by main qtiHtlets. an solos, met, trios, etc., wltli Instrumental waxlr famlltnr year ago, and rerita teres Interspersed. Suoli songs a M4 Jllnrk. Joe." "Annie lura." "Tenting on the Old Tamp Ground." ate. An effort ia being made to Klv aa entertainment that will be enjoy d y all. Tela conwrt la Klvan in behalf of Uie Mother Club, for the bene It of lh aclmol house sidewalk tjaa4. Til punt"' oiooe. should tea everyone to tbe concert, but Ma concert HaeiT 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. — 14 May 1914

jLANCHE Ao VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, 7KURSDV; MAY 14. 1914 NUMBER 45 IN MEMORIAM Reiolutloona ftn Oeoth of R. A. Bare lay Yellow Home Lodga, No. 841, A. F. 4 A. M. MEXICAN INVASION AND DISEASE Danger of Heavy Lot In American Army it Not Expected by Doctors Who Have Studied Question THE LUBBOCK THE LUBBOCK COM IS COUNTY FEDERATION OF CUIUS FINE SEASON IN THE GROUND AND THE FARMERS AND CAT TLEMEN ARE FEELING FINE OVER PROSPECTS MORE Ri THIS WEEK HELPS RANGE CONDITIONS Planting is All the Rae on the Farm and a Large Acreage of All the Crops Commonly Raised in This Country Will Be Planted This Year Range Conditions Excellent. Th l.ii! tmk cuintry look eoall Ciml. whlrh hit boeti del rum Wal lo Thai entire S -utn Plaina in fnce u t certain extent to growing crop. fjOH with tlio h-at crop pr;'ti tuat we hive had fir a n.imher of year. In rhn winter month (iiit rams f -1 1 and put a dep . in Wherea. All Unit waa mortal of The pnt'ibill'y of war with Mexico our (1tiU,.(1 br...

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. — 14 May 1914

THE AVALANCHE rtTBLUBBD BVBHV TBVMDAT BY - - THE AVALANCHJE PUBLISHING CO. I NOO UPOKATIO JAMK3 L. DOW, EDITOR, Entered at Hie Pustoffica al Lubbock, Tata, for irauaiBhwiou (.Urouh Uie Matla aasooond claa matter. One Year II 00 SUBSCKIFTION BATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sn Month 50c Now, all tbia U. we do not ituoaUaa. tile reoa why Mr. Wilson took oo c an ion to let the newspaper corres pondent know thwt he ia Indelibly opposed to all these Dear-war meas ure. Ho, tut President, ajid a Com inandor in-Chief, mitHt ahiirply dis criminate between what can be done ly illilniHtlc repreaeniationa couch ed In urgent laugiuign, though theae nixy and ounht to itw, and whut may have to be done by arma. The two cannot le mixed up. Hayonels re- 4DVamisiNo Aatim. Locaia 10 cent pur Hue each iuMrtiou. liupiay- ad muin bayonets, even wheu festooned erttbnueDU IS cenu per liile columu Inch per week; speeul raica uu Hh nWPn, ear contract. Carda of tlianka, reholutlotct, Obituaries, (other than wntlen...

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. — 14 May 1914

o o a o o n o a o n o (in o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n New Car Ger man Mill Flour Just arrived. You who have wed this brand I t 1 ST f I know what it is know uCat Here is none better sold. Those whd hwc wc cordially invited to jiin crowds4-thejTappy rrofcvd alwavsJ I 1 king u is whit we serve) ou. w yp j c Lrvcr tnea it are he German Mill and be pleased ur cream; 20 cents per pound Beats making butter. Let us PAYS. Phones 2&M 285. LONG BROS. Store Next Door to P. O. IB UTTER FLAKE! LAST MONTH IT WAS "BUTTERFLAKC9 fasti 1 1 is MONT 1 LET. THIS MON7TH BE TERFLAKE" It is the satisfying bread- the bread that NEVER disappoints. : MARTIN'S BAKERY, R. H, MARTIN. PROP. WrlOLESiLE BIKERS, littl editorials ON 4 BUSINESS Trading By Prc.l Post The parcel poat aervlce In already un of the, (Croat- at convenience the government hut ever provided for th farmer. hiHt think what It mean j to yourself and your family! Suppima you urn biiay (nuking your . crop and need a pair of shown, over...

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. — 14 May 1914

al - iiNrtmMMvi irvTCI m A rVTC We w insure you against loss or damage py WINDSTORM INSURANCE TORNADO, WINDSTORn, CYCLONE or HAIL jnthb QERHAN ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY, sy OWENS & VAUGHNy-V ltl(, ,,,,,, mi " For ihai Social Occasion For the afternoon af fair, the lawn party, the reception or the Jolly Informal gather ing, you II nna WELCH'S a delightful treat vour guests. ) C.n,aH nl!n nr vfW famous Welch Punch, Its a big favorite. Try this Fu On pint of ) une v J i Lemons Or an re h's Grape Juice I of Water One cup of Sugar fWe keeo it ice cold, rlady to eerTe in bottle on short notice. Don't forget thip. Phonea 24- 75. HUNT GROCERY I COMPANY. III. - - -4.1 mm: J Community Co-Operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland's Magazine. By R. K. Phillips. You doubtless reallies the fart that the town and community In which you live is greatly b.incflted by the money you and your neighbors I-nu In the local markets. It Is aUo safe to soy that you realize Ihut the com munity suffer,...

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. — 14 May 1914

THE PAOTeCTON Or BIRD President of Gams nd Pish Protec ts Association Say This a Important Matter in Ttsas Now thnt the hunting season la over, let u 1i k up result, and see how the matter of game anil game. jreervatinn aland In Texan. Thanks to the wide spread campaign for bird protection waged during the lMt two year by the Teia Oiume and Fifth 1'rutec.tive Association, also to a wj wholesome publlrlty of the now Fed eral rini lawa, we believe thnt the protection f t,nT htrdM and game una ttj 100 per cent better observed thla year than In any year previous. Heretofore, there has been a met rll.f slaughter of all wild life thai v;i;EiiYCJArii:invcj3 yon ' r ;!-.c t. -"-t tAj'.P-0t. ffirf.n rvti "i evl rn rvoun tt opt, JrJ n con ciul tl-.i ;r in hi u.u.f il'I.r io till liy l i!V--iV.Vf i condition c If I ill! wlu.l iiii.t. mere s llou tioubl .6'. ' - . .;M Mop t .iking ai i. Itohol or i!rug tl iv.:: til lu-ulUi. 1 .. !: '. h : uv (Int., tin niiig nimt Ulni t nt in f ; -t , 1 !niu!ir...

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. — 14 May 1914

ture to run tn; kep the fleaa, rottea. Some Poultry Disease and Remedies (By J. W. Neill of the State Dept. of Agriculture.) lire ana Diueougs kwbj irura bit uiu she. will da the rest later, you rain t increase the feed; by close watch, you can safely Judga whut la nec essary. If you hava an Incubator, flrst lirn just exactly how to hutch and how T Makt Llee Powder: waler long ctKuigh to oftn Iho Mix 1 plot of mule carbolic acid siales. rub off with a spoonhaJidls wlUi 3 pli.U of gasoline; Mir in pliia- and irpply the ointment thoroughly, I f(i(.( f thf w fmir ym ter of paris enough to take up an anil also apply to nasi. 1 1114 awi Die molhture aiul tiling the nilxturo nut Irritate and may b used fur the to a powder, thia will require about stick-tight tli-a, around the eye, on 4 or 5 lbs. of plaster of paris; add the cxuiib and wattles (nill. the planter of parts rapidly and stir j Bore-Head or Chicken Pox might be an expert in hatching and nt the aiinin lima f-Ji-d so a tn b an ex...

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. — 14 May 1914

o o Ther m f i , . , . . rri ft ITrarsiusr aiFbU. nut. niKner pnceu. jnere others at ts price, but not so Rood. A de monstration will prove this to you. ; SLATON AUTO SUPPLY CO. Slaton, ' Texas SfLOS If you am thinking; of building a silo, don't overlcxk the P. Y. Tom llnaon Cement Ptave Silo. There were several bul LfTmreason, and they hnvo nl'afven entire gatlRfao tlon. He ti bulldlnk two (or Frank Nnrflij making thf lave at Halo Center, twhero yu An ee both l lie ntavn nVil P. Y. Vornllngon. Will be glntktoTure and give price on thla alio, whlrh I guaran tor for all time. D. Y. Tomllnaon, at Hale Center, after the 15th of May. HMlp) Road nb Avalnnrne. TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS 8 8 O ( () () I Hal. r...in aft,,- tl I'.th .f MnvlT u o () ( () p p o o o M. 11. tfawyrr and daughter, MlnajO fira, were here A'odneadiiy, trading ulfh nor mi-rv-hiinlH I bl-y!e 1 v W. K. DICKINSON. SR., V. P. C. E. PARKS, V. P. JNO. W. BAKER. Pres. C. D. LESTER, Cashier F. fi. CRAIG. Ass't. Cashier. I J. II. ...

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. — 14 May 1914

- Here! ' i V .11 5 V 1 i Drink this and be refreshed! 7 li I 1 Sip by sip hcrcVpure W enjoyment-cool cto. U lta satisfied; thirst' ( II V( vj-a contented pajafev I- V t Ji;ir,si.mrriitvur uliMllutM I v THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Whenever - ATLANTA, OA. you ee n i-r r Arrow think of Coca-Cola. " I George Slaughter wa here for a abort time Monday, returning to his Five FOR YOUR D6N FIVE Beautiful College Pannanta bom. at Rcswdl from a business trt?! Hrvird ?achA i. , 24 In. a - . ...... rnncviwni virn'i - I Each 7 in. 4) 21 in. . . ".- - - ' 'AlVhast duWy ti wJi Wt head- X ' Ing.jrfrJimerR, letters and mascot m T a a. a I aaje T ..f j i..,. SUFFRAGETTE CAMPAIGN An airship flying over an American clly, distributing woman suffrage lit erature, would doubtless create a sensation, but that Is the method empoyed by Turklali women to ad vance the right "the for women" movement in Turkey, according to Ahmed Kmln, a ('onstantlnopla news paper man. who la with the delegates of the Rational Kditorl...

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. — 14 May 1914

GOOD ROADS Tevi. nMliA Irinm mn A htlllilent. W o o 8 o THE OLD I INDIAN FIGHTERS 8 O ( 8 () () () Off on fihavprl with a butcher knife. It .was hev muld do. At this day and time you carfrtoeat it , . - at 8 o ( o () C) () o J o () o - f J' (X THE o Sohiteiry Borloer bhop. g N. K. A vote for me will be appreciated at the July primaries. 2 q Snm T. Dnvls. g cococooococococooocooocooocococococococo The aplrlt for wanting good road la hereditary. I There in an excuao for everything I - cxeept bad road. ' The time, tin punai-d when rul are built haphazard. Kaeh man. wonuin and rhlld In : the country paya an annual :!.'' j mud lax. A man who driven over a bad r.md ard la contented with It la a mows- j bark. j Cood hlghwava are enaentlal to the high)! development or proHpemy. j A road roiiHtriiefd In a had wv cajiiHit be benefited by all the "doc-, lTlng !n the world. I A fnrnier. Hltiuiled alongside, bad rfodK, h i-rioiiH!y hampered In get tlng to tJie market with til prod lrt. I The ave...

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. — 14 May 1914

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