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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 May 1914

AS SMOOTH AS THE Pu get if That fall over the old mill dam; as sto mother used to sing are the shaves I ha iHE San I tatty u And also Sa wants to be your next Clerk. labys that () () () () () i cocccocccococccococscococococococococcco 8 8 ) () An Open Letter to Land Commis sioner, Robison. yon not forward .Vd nrord via. of registered package, wtlhlti a few days after surveyor had begun the refurvey u ' aald Syndicate land un der Art of 1W7? 4. Ar not the aurveyor'a record sent to me corrected Arid nirtea of a union of the Syndicate land, and i we.- tli(.' not mi t tie by W. D. Twltrhc!!, acting as Stale Surveyor, who received pay from large land iit in Hockley and Cochran j counties? j 5. la It ii( t a fact that these are the corrected field notes that you i want me to tlln an otl'n-lul records of my office, and hut itald corrected field notra were not paid for by Hie I stale, but hy large Innd owner who I acquired title to geverul Uutmiuatut : acre of KctiiMl land through wild . re...

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. — 28 May 1914

THE ODD JOBS CLUR Ilelps Boys to Work Their Wsy Through College. , Mr. T. W. Currie, Secretary of the Young Ai-m's Christian Association at the University of Texas, has this year, for the second time, successfully iter ated an Odd Jobs Club among the men students, more than lialf of whom are either wholly or in part self-supporting. In a town the size of Austin there are many people who do not keep regular help and who yet T. W. furri need occasionally to have this or that thing done. Often it is difficult to rind sen-ice to meet such a demand; for the people who do manual or clerical labor well are usual at steady employ, rnent. Put in Austin this de mand has been met through the Student's Odd Jobs Club. The ca41s are of every descrip tion. Some times a window- wasner or a rug-oeaier is warn ed to help out a busy housewife; sometimes there are cows to milk or wood to cut or a lawn to be mowed; or perhaps it is a business man who wants en velopes directed or type-writing done. From ...

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. — 28 May 1914

SECTION TWO THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIY. A THIflTV YEARS' VIEW LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 28. 1914 NUMBER 47 Tom Ball's Lifelong Record of Serv ice for the People Against Special Interests n IVi. us Mayor of lluniav ill he n oniiiu ndpd Mill prorurisl the .pas sage of an orditinm e abolishing the. fee, system m! placlnir nil rlty offl .rs on a salary Imsi. which system lias remained In vcnnf tin t i 1 this; el.iy. In txVT. ho actively supported and mnd.i s'.'dii f .r statewide prohi bit km In memorable, contest of that? venr. In 1ns!. h actively support'! llm submission liy Hi" l.'i:l(.;i.ir of Tex as, nf I'm constitutional amendment provldini; for Hi" present lti I r. ( oinmlssion to reK'tlate frelch: r'it-. In I ".. a M.-ivor of HmiiKv I I.'. be and t!i Commission" ill Cov.rn r I' crut I M f'r tho governor Hi i on the r.il.PMil commission :.il form. In I V.i J. tll actively suppoi led tiny error II tit. both for re-nominatlon anil re-elec'l m aunlnst Judi:e ...

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. — 28 May 1914

THE AVALiNOHE PUBLISHED KVCRT IHIMDAI BT THE AVALANCHI2 PUBLISHING CO. LNOOKfOKATKD AMES L. POW, EDITOR. Entered at the poatofflea at Lubbock, Tent, for tranarrlailon tbrouifti the Malls ai tecond clau tcatter. Ob Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month! 50c ADVEUtiNiNb flATics: Locals 10 centi per line each Insertion. Display- ad ertlsementa 16 cent per single column Inch per weelc; special rates on year contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than written by ourselrea. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church advertlsroetita, where a revenue is derived therefrom, 6 cenu per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. m j Business Office 14 r..u.,r. y Residence 242 LUBBOCK, l'EXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 2S, 1914. SKCRKT OK THEIR SIVCKKS The editor enjoyed his trip t) l.nb ' bnek last week very mui h, and aside, ! from the pleasure of the trip, and J the pleasure of mixing with a set of hustler for a few days, the busl nee Ride o...

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. — 28 May 1914

TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS SEMINOLE fcininole Sentinel: f Good Report S. W. P.achmnn hua J'it Mr and Mm. .1. M. Teaue. wa lal fully burnod Tuesday evening, whei . ktti of hot water wn overturn- returned' ed. The child wna brought to town from a trip to the west and north ; for meolrai iimenv .,m .. ... went portions of the county, and re- Ing nicely. porta overt thing In a flourishing con riltion. Parmer are busy, and the . COLORADO ranchmen are riding after their, atork. He wv " M- 'echn "nd 1 Colorado Record: Tom Rosa each have the tlnwt young' col,,,!,!, Tex.. May 21. --The com apple orc hard ho haa "cn lately, j pr,.SH Rt Colorado boln the first on School Cloted the T. P. line out of Mexico, ha A very succe-aful term of tlie Seiu-; rw.,.(Vel rome :!." bale nol mhool clued hint Friday eve- j t(,n frmn thr be preaaed. Thl Iilhg. t'n account of the dentil j,.the cotton over wh.ih Villa and on of the graduate. Charlie K-j,no owners had such a wrangle. It bank, the commencement exercire (...

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. — 28 May 1914

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent flarch 31st, 1914. For th taxea of 1913 only, in Lubbock County, reported under the provisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws of THE STATE OF TEXAS, 1 1, W. H. Flynn, tax collector of aaid county, do hereby certify that the within and town loU assessed on the Tax Rolli of (aid county for the year 1918, only, and County of Lubbock. ) am entitled to credit for the Uxea a shown thereon. W. 11. rXYN, Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed aeal THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of Lubbock, 1 the Tax Roll of Lubbock County, correct and tbat W. a. t lynn, Attest: J. A. Wilson, LAND I riNi''' cirt UTS NAME OFOWNEB ORKMNAL ORANTKK WlrWtUH rf fcruner. J. W I. Burns, J. C 925 Cleveland, a. J. Duncan, Jeo. . Garrrleon, J. K. ... Mmynes. R. a flerrtnf, A. H Ilutaon, Ed Hyatt, J. A I;0fccy A HeAdame lkey 4c MoAdania Meredith. O. E. MUW, E. O Miller, C O Minor, I B. . Montgomery. B. F. Montgomery, H. F. MoBtsmery. B. F. Montgomery, B. F. G91 0-616 995 7 44S' 1107! 44...

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. — 28 May 1914

JX'AMB or Unknown , Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown , Unknown . I ii known . Unki.own . Unknown . , Unknown . , Unknown . Unknown . , Unknown , . Unknown . , I'jiknown . , Unknown . , Unknown . , Unknown . . Vnknown , , Unknown . . Unknown . , Unknown . , Unknown , , Unknown . , Unknown , . Unknown . , Unknown . . Unknown . , Unknown . , Unknown . . Unknown . , Unknown . , Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown , . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown Unknown . . (Unknown . . I'uknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . f known . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Unknown . . Vnknown . . fnknown . . fnknown . . fnknown . . lrknown . . f. known . . OWNER Original Grant ..I.. ..1. . I. ntly or Tewn Lex Rlk. Taon .... H195 .68 " ... 7202l -f't - .... 8 202 .&8 .. .. 11202 .r.s " .... 122'K! .58 .... 191202 .61 " .... 2 206 .i8 .... 9 207, .f.8 " .... 1X20X1 .f.8 .... l212! .' .... 41212! .61 .... 6 212I .58 .... 7 21.1! ....

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. — 28 May 1914

OWNER Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . - i.nuou . Unknown . L'nUiowu . . t'nknowu . Vp nown . t'u 1 aknowu . I'nknown . C'nknown . L'uknown . L'nkuowa . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown , Unknown , Unknvwu , Unknown VitMiowil I iihnowii Unknown Ur!tin'i Unknown I Lknown I itmwii Unit, town t'li-iiowi I nl i own Unknown Unkr.n ii Unknown Unl-Town Cn'iiiuii I nk' o'. r UnKi. own Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown t'nknown ( Unknown Unknown t'nknown Unknown Unknown ' Unknown Unknown , Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Ur known Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown I'nknown Unknown Unknown Unknown I'nknown Un know u Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown I tiMniw:i I 'nknown Unknown Unknown I'm. now n I in .nown I nl nown Uni'.now-n I nknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unk...

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. — 28 May 1914

HI Hit Ml 111 It MM I Mttf ttlltlttf f t f f T urn inniiiiiiimt i iti a. rrt . f . f tf aa 4 I SANITARY MEATS MEAN HEALTH lie careful what you eat. There Is death in Ptomaine. Try and Ret Sanitary foods. We sell this kin and t iblic Is a Invited to come ana examine our marKei. ror ine Desi, pnone oz. : THE SANITARY MEAT MARKET, SOUTH SIDE SQUARE J. A. WILSON, PROP. 'tlllllllHIItt" t iiiitiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiMuiiiMiiiitiiiiiiitwiiiiiiiuiitmiimuiiimnnW4iiniin : : J Uffc FoVd What counts isn't what pay but what yougt what vou Dav. The buyer gets, trie mqjt value for Brg production. and the best Ford quality d prices low. Ifvt hundred dollar I the price of the lord runabout; I he taurine; car I ftve- llty; the town car ven fifty f. o. b letrolt. complete with equipment. Oet catalog and particular from Bradley Auto Sale Company, l.ubhock, Texa. his money: J rncrjils wjht r w I V i CONDITIONS IN MEXICO. Or. J. W. Overton' interesting but Unpleatant Experience in Journey From Tht Country th...

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. — 28 May 1914

SOMK tiSOUL INFORMATION , . . - , - v 1 AhJK-. 1 Si M V .4 SSfft' tt V'fwiiiAwtillliWIMi V Mello$-Fresn-Cool So delightfully satisfying in so any ways. Convenient PacKaaes: TSu Handy H-iif-Siz 5- Ceo fin, tho Full-Size 10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound Tijflumidors and the Pound Class Humiduf. '.Vo , "Wo Srln. "Wo Bat, 'SoStrlBt-' 1 A For Pipe and Cigarette EVER-LASTING-LY GOOD JlVI P. Lorittard Co. Ett. 1760 Jw NO TYPHOID IN ARMY Typhoid fever ha been banlxlM-tl frr.ui the l"nited Statea army. In the entire enrollment of ovr !Iii.imk men Iti burru'ki or campH In the t'nlted Stnten, Philippine. China. Porto Ri co, Cuba ami Hawaii, them with, durlnit CMS, only three case of t Dhoiil fever. Two of thene wore new far-mill, who iW..li,n...l Hie rtlunimi. llilh for Centurion been till- llmht (Inn In four or five daya after they had enllated. Only a niiiKle fane of ty- fever In an Itioeciihiteil noldlor , with M.l.'.t nfflc.fs anil men in the i army, there were canes 01 iy hold. with ...

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. — 28 May 1914

PREMIER "NON PONCTURE" , AUTO TIRES Guaranteed 7,400 Milft Service. Theae tire hear the grenteet known n,ll-au guarantee, yet are fold at a price even lene than tint of ordinary ffuaxnnlj. Thla guaranty cover punc ture, blow-out and general wear. Ouaran'tjr cover 7,!M mile aervlce against I everything except abuse. These tire are Intended for moat evere eervlce. ..Order have been recelvd for th tlrea for u In United State Govern ment Service. ..A a BPKCAl. INTROIHTTORY offer, we wiya!low (h following price fiirjlf nc ft ten day: .Tire-Tube On Lont Germ Breeds Millions J lr It,. T m m m a M fcBBeVT nuynaii ! Ujre 5 Antiseptic Salve ! afi ft dim thai KrolrlTfl1! SLIDE MEWS I iHi K n4 deal ! ur M at wun at IruuM.. V "T.I1 It By The 0" FOR SALE KY LI BBOCK DMt'O COMPANY. ir Tube sRiS :n $ z. no SOxJ 1 0 .5 :i 2.1(1 3ttS n.50 2 S2i3i I 14 i s.ixv NxJV, I 5.25 S.2i 314 I 17.00 3.25 .124 .V J'-00- - 3-30 334 :"l9.50 " 3.40 .KT 4 20.40 8.(10 3L4 2 1 . 00 J HO 3C4 22.00 3. SO 35x4 3fix4Vi 37...

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. — 28 May 1914

F010DIPG A STREAM Is usually a risky business. One should be careful of the quicksands. Getting your house, paperedis vrisky- .ii i io tne worKancriise for the job that will the test. We do the work and would be pleased to sell you the paint. BOTH are guaranteed. NELSON & HUFSTEDLER. tfie ta uukfts iffl 4)aihtertjr) .uittyyjK PHONE 66 LUBBOCK, TEXAS I hare bo soMn to rip. They vever become loan and baggy, aa til shape lknlt In, not pressed In. The; ! are Guaranteed for fineness, (or style, ' fur superiority of material and Ivork mansliJp, absolutely stalnleaa and to wnur tlx months without holes, or a i new pair fre. I Don't delay, tend in your order be fore offer expiree. Give correct size WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY, Dayton, Ohio TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS DIRECTORY CROSBYTON IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS SPECIAL HOSIERY OFFER Guaranteed Wear-Ever Hoelery For Men And Women tJadiee' Spe cial Offer for 'Limited Time Only Six pairs of our fliifct !!3c valuo la dies' guaranteed hose, in black or...

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. — 28 May 1914

2 Wait A Minute j 2 -- o o o o () o Did you know that you arc not in town until q not been anywhere until you get to HOP-) KINS' DRUG STORE? And if your thim O "is cutting ud" don't fail to intcrviivf the 5' ( rhaffeur on our bii? PH1ZZ MACHINE v i i r t e 1 1 .i i w itnuin varDon c fountain is ujc i the argument onfountai () () s sal Bliziarc n afiKold, () the summer () fa f. . If If- arouui jansj nuge)nc in summering mate w rlmd silier. When it comes jj uying a better drink than ours, l nua htv. Ask about our lam- tan cream RICKEY the only fifteen II in the world that is worth a dollar: O 11 the in- () fyrnution that goes with job. I O () T T 1 ' ' TV , nopKins lrug ! Store. i Lcccccccoccccocccc:ccccccco r 2r ii I'll JV.A "V LPmt I IVYil I I 1 TL t . - at -T M . X 1 Ierfehtion Pinch! MANHATTAN PARLOR 0. R. PHILLIPS, Prop. Prof. W. T. liowcr and i. N. At, kli.aoo. uch"rs In Ijubbuck Iflsrh Jiool. left Tuesday afternoon. Prof. era to Santa Anna, Tmn, snd Atkinson to Huroet, Teiaa, a...

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. — 28 May 1914

MOTHER IN ISRAEL. GONE Ma Kmmellna Waaun (nee Rrawnl, wa ijorn Id Jarmouth, No va Rrotia, Not. IS, 1SI3; waa mar ried to Vtr. John Wason, April 18, Mm. H. U Kln, assisted by .Mr. is6. Elsbt children were born to 1). Udblnnon. entertained tbo 1911 thl union," four having preceded her Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Methodist Denpltu rr to the Qthar world. Shire the death tne , of lier biiabiind, who died fifteen Nei.ij V.u':, tl '.he aunaxe. lal Tuesday threatening weather, there a year uo. she Iihs n-:dtd with her large number lu attendance, and youngest daunliUT, Mm. ('lias. Hpiena eorae beautiful work a produced j tr. She u a eotislateiit member bj the ladle Flrlck Ice creHin and i of the M. K. cluirch sine her youth, relleliea were served to Veatlumea i Her ditvotion a a OiriHttan. and un lioerner, Word, Jus. Kubineon, far-1 faltering loyalty to the KhiK'lom cf ter. Grifllii, Jlenry, Wtlwiu, - Vlokers; i otKt(. was untUea:lonrd. and her char atlases HeWlln. Catherine iHobert- t...

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. — 4 June 1914

r cjbboce: atalanchEc LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914 NUMBER 48 VOLUME XIV, 3. P. ODD FELLOWS' A9SN LUBBOCK WEATHER REPORT Tiit Report Covtra a Period From January 1st. 1914, to June 1 TIE CIVIC LEAGUE IS GETTING BUSY Sixth Annual Seion Held at Croiby ton on Lt Thursday and Friday. May 23-29 TELE L LMRBOCK ROP CREASED MOVEMENTS ARE BEING MADE IN THE DIRECTION OF A I CHILDREN'S FAIR IN CONNECTION WITH COUNTY FAIR LFJSOE WILL OFFER A Partial List is Published 8el, Later Every Club in Lubbock ( Offer Special Prizes in The; Civic League hi Id a very en-land rural distrt' ts, naming what you thuaie.tlc session last Wedn.-sday af w ml, to ge the pt los for and Wi.it (eruooii. at whu-h time in.my in.jnr I i w ill give, which might be lit tant matters were di.rmi.ed. and ac j...h or nierch m dise. This w 'iM en ti..u was Liken In some .' them, j mmw the children and at ll.e ...n." One of the nn.st Important ma'(.-r : tin,,; Le of Inui-h belief.! lo o. .ni l was. to In...

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. — 4 June 1914

V ! THE AVALANCHE rUILUBtO IVII! THUUOAT T THE AVALANCHU PUBLISHING CO. UTOOBI-OBATUO JAMES L. DOW. J NO. F. TURNER, EDITOR and GENERAL MGR. ASSOCIATE EDITOR and A DVT. MGR. klitered. at the PostofflM at Lbboc, Tens, for transmission, through the Mail aa second olaat matter. s One Year $1.50 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Six Months 75c Advertising Rates Locals 10 cent per Una each Insertion. Display ad iriiM)rueiiu 18 cent per single column Inch per week; special rates on yr contract. Card of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than written by ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments, where a .evenue is derived therefrom, ft centa per line. Professional cards 11.00 pir mouth or 110 per year it paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1914. "COURTESY CLUBS" COMING Following the "safety first' move- OUR SEAPORTS AND OUR CANAL Worn fori? No doubt you ire, II you suffer trom any ol the numerous ailments to wt...

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. — 4 June 1914

Mil E 01 FOR Tl DEPARTMENT tl Farmers' Union Would Have Commissioner of Agriculture Organize Co-operative As sociation of Farmers. k Practical Farmer Demanded to Head Agricultural Department - No Lawyers Wanted. Fort Worth, Texas The Om misMi.rier cf Agriculture has greater fiir Utilities fur ervice than any other otTiiial in State government. In addition to the import.int dune which have already liren aliened that de artment by the Legislature, it is generally enreded that the I.e I.iturc will devnte i'telf alnut exclusively to agricultural prob lems and the prr.pM-ed system ff new and untried law rmit te. ad justed to worlcmp conditions hy the next (Vinmissionrr of Agri culture in co-operation with the farmers. The next administration will be confronted with the enactment and application of agricultural legislation and the Commissioner of Agriculture must be a practi cal farrier. The law require, and public necessity de.nand. that he be a man who has first hand knowledge of farmin...

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. — 4 June 1914

TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS SLATON Slatonlte: Mr and Mrs Urines Robertson, Mine Myrt'.e Lunscomb and Alex Iiu Long arrived home from their camp ing trip to the I'oneho. They report a good time and good sucxeHs fish ing, but they hud bud road coming back on account of ruins. The prods were bo muddy that Mr. and Mra. II. F. Rice remained In Snyder w(tl the three curs and Uie rent of the party took the train here for Pla tuo Mr. and Mrs. Kite came on to Slatoa .Monday. HrlKB Hobenson received Uie nw Saxon car which the Slaton Auto broiitfi, from that county and wild to the .Men'. The mulos are bow own ul by N. X. Kohs, and be has a bit) of ale for them from Mr. Mct'luaky. who biMUht Uiem to this county. The court decided in favor of the defendants. SO DC E OF CHEAP h ONET RALLS Kails Banner: We are indeed Kind to note that Prof. Ilolmen and family are new citizens of Kalla, having moved here from EsUcado. We may say that Mr. Holmes bag 1t-vii employed by our trustees as Principal of the Rail...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 4 June 1914

SECTION TWO THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBSOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914 NUMBER 43 VOLUME XIV. An Open Letter to Land Commis sioner, Kobison. I record of the surveyor's office. In 'th. volume, marked llfM-U y County llis-onl.' I Hnl a roairrvcy of :!'.! loutfiifH of the Capitol hyn.iicute I.iiIi'.ih k. Texas, Mny -I. Mr. J. T. Hobison, Land romniis iloner, AiiHtin, Tevas. li.ar Sir: I Wll 111 m t'lIM "l irin!!- '! " i ore from your off.'., and find it to;ii.ml. am th reauney ami corn-d t.mtuln to b'H'k of Hold not., one,ed field notes herewith discussed em marked "Surveyors R ords of ll.x k brut e 4.::"'.. 4 inns of I""'! a cv 'ss. my County," other marked, 'Surviy-j According to Uils record. yai are r Records of Cochran County." in direct opoalilou to !! opinion I have iso explanation an to tiilf ,, Hupreme Court, ami arc ai re(.ord, uml a you take a tethiunl propruitrtig Ir:. u res of l:tml In advantage to inj ure my rere.pt "finch league t! at bob n tn the a I100I ...

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. — 4 June 1914

THE AVALANCHE rUBLIIHKD EVEHY TUVUbOAY HT THE AVALANC II 12 PUBLISHING CO. LNOONiOWATKD JAMES L. DOW. JNO. F. TURNER, EDITOR Mid GENERAL MGR. ASSOCIATE EDITOR and A DVT. MGR. Kilered at the Postofflce at Lubbock, Tejae, for transmission through the Mall m lecond class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly in Advance) Six Month 75c One Year $1.60 Advertising Rates. Locale 10 cenu per line each Insertion. Dlspiay aU s.rusemenu IHcenu per elnKle column inch per week; special ralea on yaar contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions. Obituaries, (other than written by ourselves, 1 1-2 cenU per line. Church advertlsmenta, where a revenue la derived therefrom, & cent per line. Professional cards 11.00 pjr month or 110 per year If paid in advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1514. X)MI'l'I.SORY SCHOOL. I-AW Compulsory school attendance laws Vave been pasited In all the stJttiw of tfte union eiccpt South Carolina, .Georgia, Florida, Alabama, .Mia...

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