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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

DIRECTORY CHURCHES Church notlcei of every denomlm tlun wilt be run in thl column. free standing announcement only. Chamber of Commerce Column Office Phone No. 6. Residence Phone No. 229. Geo. W. Uriggs Secretary. o o o LUBBOCK MOVING FORWARD j down of the logging car the seVe:i ; O i cars of the party were dolajod ami Bjotiat Church ' ' nat l-ulocK is moving torwuro uiu nut get into l.UMiix k until eight Funday Blbie Khool :I5 a. m. he seen by obsi rvlng condition o'clock. Thin was unfortunate as E. L. Kletl Irtupcrinte ndent. Preach around u. The Secretary make It j over r.O auios were lined i.p to go out Ing 11. 00 a m and 8:00 p. m. 11 n buhinci's to study those romlltloiis . and meet (he nartr tit 5 o'clock. thi pretty closely and he In convinced : supposed 'line of arrival. Hut a It J CiCTfi Pll f"f"PYCJ Lubbock Is In for an era of urosDen -i was. about a dozen did im out four!l Jl'"fcC LUILCI C. ty hlch will surpass anything that I miles anil gave the travelers a royal I J we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

n n n o a o n o a o n o n o n o n ROYAL 'A nun inns m - ws-rt tm imm" " ' TO jimlrra :omnenii M lilts CocWn si vy 7 5rize Pom I f 7" B JUL 4 V fliat competition. A tr'TrXt linn and ili rnimlilJc. tine and erf; itlucaira.lcr'.ailql leuJ nudi iih K-y il N". 10. all )r6ml flpiyfor all bakings Roykl No. 10 RADFORD GROCERY COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS. CORN AND COTTON INSECT PEST9 The late wet spring I hrlniiing up many farm problems for consldera- tlon. among them how to deal with the Insect p"'- Fear of the 'o1' weavel is felt iu South Texas below the line of the Arl rreexe. where the cotton and corn not located In the flood dlHtrlct of the streams is now well along. At thin tune where the crop have not been et baok by overflows and the freeze the danger from many of the Insects U paBt. The prim-lps! enemies to auch plants now are tho com ear-worm the chinch bug the leaf worm and the boll weevil. The boll weevil will do by far the great- eat damage If It should get well start- ed Ihut it ia ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

Jf 1 ! t FREE! FREE! A Boston cnokinjr cup will lie jriven FREE Duyinjr ac can or lleaitn uub mkirfw-ntiw tirocervman. FREE! f'tr It leaves nothing to chanse. It measures your baking It insures perfect baking We KU!ysnnvprjKAn If Health Club Hiking Powder to give kt ct ttitk-ljrli'in ot.oiir money will tie refunded ut Jrocery deitVr lnm whom yon houtrht the louNy keep the cup with'our compliments to you hy powder an Call f fr Health Club Bakinir Powder- nt all Crorery Stores. Pf ient the label from a can of Health Club Baking Pooler to the Furniture ture of W. F. Pobinsun on the south siile of the siuate at Lubbock Texas write th' name of your gr icery dealer from whom you b mjht tne Health Club Baking powder on . the hack of the 2ic label and he will prt sent you the cup - FRFK. Respectfully Yours LAYTON PURE FOOD COMPANY. SPECIAL SUMMER RATES AND MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE I Special summer rte we haven't I i any but we. have aonietlilPK better it I monev-')R k auinin'ee. Wo fpniran- i t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

I r II 1 itruLLLbvin Lfu U U LbuJ Li UwUun HATS 12 PRICE 4f Viy VL yO II CORSET FOR 7 DAYS BEGIi ning SATURDAY JUNE ZOtii. 1914 There will be on Sale at Wheelock's Dress Shop suJiiieS of merchandise as Corsets Underwear Waists Hair GaoaPettieoatsBelts and Novelties at LESS A large number of Corsets will o at 35c Each 6 BANKRUPT PRICES. lJliere vi II be a 20 cent Bargain Counter loaded with Ladies' White Waists Fancy Silk Lisle Hose at your own price say 15 Cents EVERY HAT IN STOCK WILL GO AT REGARDLESS OF WHAT THEY COST US 12 PRICE Skirts Street and Evening Dresses will be Reduced to COST A Good and Up-to-date Stock of Underwear will be entirely closed Out as we are changing: our line Petticoats $1.50 to $2.50 85c THERE ARE MANY MORE BARGAINS JUST AS GREAT THAT WE DO NOT MENTION HERE NOTIC This is not a Bankrupt Sale neither are we closing out but if we carry and display our late Summer and early Fall lines we must have space. Our new goods are already arriving and it is positively ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

o o o ( o o o o 8 8 () o o o 8 () ( . .) o ) .() i ) 1 ill in ) ro ) () ) () ( () () o J( () () ) cooccoco:cococococooocccooo o o o CI a o Q o o o HORATIUS w; ho kept the lirMtfp in the bravo days of o!d is pmbufoly the most plt'Rsintf hero of historic nara- tive. He was what is known in modern vernanjja- as a q iiu.u I'l.Mii'j.! lie snu pat ana mre ln powerrui army to invade Korne and made )t8hrk. . li-"was crown - .. - . . .. ..... r... . . . ' J q reu wun n laurci wreain wnicn ifl O O O 8 O O o a o o o o 8 O ( () () C) ( petting yourself fastened to a cuintf a pie-eyed human from he was aboard the Titantic whe of heroes the c! tion as biJus reached ejun million at I wlio w the chap 'ho inv Those taffe-terisii W I u inefvj I if V. e thinj? as unrie wniHi ior res- dui puddle who thinks it sink. Put speaking Nvho w?Tl Corfu? in for tears of admira- oves tor makinpr a noise that fid and pleased the tnfte of the a; a wreath worth mentioning is I NT.N'NALLY'S CHOCOLATES. palate-ticklin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

. 1. I; Gememfoer. sr The first time you get a whiff of Stag from some other fellow's iipe REMEMBER taste is as good as its)fr&grapcp y2Try a tin and get a new fririll in smoking. 3 ai Convenient Packages: The Handy Half- Size 5-Cent Tin tho Full-So 10-Ccnt Tin the Pound and n Humidor and the Pound Glass Humidor. Half-Pound li A mm W3 mm a MfcjBwppMr i.f awe w For Pipe and Cigarette FVFR-L ASTING.-LY GOOD "Wo Bite srfng ".Vo s "WoNtroS." amended by trlklajf out the word eplritous. vinous and malt liquors and medicated bitters capable of prodoclug Intoxication." It seemed to be fa coii' ci iu oi op.nlon of the members of 1 he ciiininliti e to make the ballot as i. rt a p. s.-lble so that the vo- ter would int be confuted by stir- plllj. verll.ige. T'u ( .i.inrii'o on Assessment of cat il i.titci re;: leil the foili.v.inj a si':.iiu . I - - i ui. ill .ales fur (iovernor 1 ' : lair ail ( ririiifslimers Ju.isoi of t ie miji ui" (.him and JiiiIkis of tin nil i f c i'liln. 1 appeals c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

r pi; Sani-Ettrsh CUtma WatcfCloxt Bowl Needs No Scrub- BETTER SCHOOLS Per Box 25 Cerj. Itei FOR SALE BY Frank K. Wo I lea Amthttant Super- intendent of Public Instruction fur tli State In the I'nrtlund Ore.) live- nlnj Telegram upenli with ernt earnntnes before he commonwealth conference at the University of Ore Kim. rn the auhject of Cnnanllilatlnn of fount ty Si'hoi I IMntrict.- Mr. Wel le ih a not advocate any awecpinul rhanve of this ort. but he dot main tain that thtrn are pectlciia wln-re ' It would bo ali'wtht r nilvlntble and I iliat In districts tlm locate) the mat-1 T tnr ylioitld be taken up for tliriilim ' and Hitl.'ti. lifter the ndvnnt iitea i ri f illy ch'iiliiihf -il in. 'I the people led to an ut'pri r:i ion of them. I Tn ki' iidvniit's nro obvlou and bav l""'n pri'M-nt.-d many limca be- fore l.y (d'uatniH lio have !wn thoir-'t.t I.) Hie matter. Nut only Hint.' Lull In unite a number of t jt I tl'el Mi:cv if f iiHchiiat :on liua Miino't a I c oiiH.ileia i men 'ire ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

AVALANCHE PUBLISDKD aVgHT THURSDAY BY THE AVALANCUK PUBLISHING CO. INCOUi'O MATEO JAMES L. DOW. JNO. F. TURNER EDITOR and GENERAL MC.R. ASSOCIATE EDITOR umi A DVT. M(JU. fcatered at Mia Posto.uca at Lubbock" Texaa for trnsailklOD throLKh the Malil M lecoud clase nattier. On Year$1.50 SUUSCK1PT10N RATES: (Strictly in Advance) Six Months 7.1c Advertising Rates: Local 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display ad- yerttaeuienu 18 mdU per single column Inch per week; apeciai ralea on ycr contract. Card of itiaiiks resolution Obituaries (other than written by ourselves 2 1-2 cent per Hue. Church advertlameuts where revenue l derived therefrom o centa per line. Professional carde 11.00 pir tuooth or 110 per year if paid in advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 2-12 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY JUNK 18 1U14 TEXAS INDUSTRIAL NOTES Wichita Fade -Two hundred cur loads of harvesting machinery will be dlatr'buted In tills terrl'o-y. accord- ing to estimates made by local raii way men. McLean - F...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

I PRAETORIAN CONTEST GETTING LIVELY- c 3 t In the last ournr of the Praetorian contest the Lubbock Band was in the lead. This of course did not set well with the Plain- view people. So ar meeting was held at the B & K yesterday eve to see if sotnf thenitestants would withdraw and not have so many c&ididafes at Plainvicw but no satisfactory ar- rangements vcrejtnafJe; so PJainview still has her many candi- dates agains onckt LubhK Unless some extra work is done at Plai ivic Lubbock will win the $200.00. This carries with it the DirrictAlccting which means much to the town that gets if. Jm hiilf or 100 members mvc been procured and the nctf bdif v'illLdurcIy be lively. Mfs. B. D. Crow is the first Plairwfrvv BanIsccond in Plaurticw; others as hereto- fore rcpofrrcy p i rf 3 imklasson ISTRICT MANAGER. WE Cfltf FTT itv w r w ur Your windows with glass from our stock. Give us your ordevar And in the meantime .enough to remember painting) ancyapernanging. WE HAVE THE PAINT With wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 18 June 1914

moild- of Plalnlw Robbing .Smith VTllaou Bownen R. Wolffarth Atkins. Sims of Crockett rHiio. Uulell of UVALDE Tyler. r'eMer. Js. A. rNeaI. V I RokenbvrK Hlgvilnbotham Bpwicer. i Mm. McWhorter and Mrs. 'oclira.: tleo for htch Hort. Km it punch wa . nerved durlnn the gaiiica and del;- rloiw brli k tee creirm ai'd ancel food cake wer nerved at liie clone of Ihe ufii nuWiii. 1 P. LEW HONEY Ladies Coat Suits Ilrlnn nit oeri infill mi. We piiy JO cents pur lion Uhir Prolhcrs. (ItU't) 1 3 ; HONEY: 1 NICE VW1 i The Finefs ITE COMB t in the Land. MARTIN & IVOLCOTT'S. SHALOWATER NEWS l.:ist Saturday afternoon J n n 1'!. Mr. .Vrmxtroiiq eniertnlned tlie I'hl- In! Ilea Manici cIihh with a inixinllstit l.luiic nt "... '-IVi'.i Lake a ildlcli'f'il hiiiclstt-n i f sa.''lH li lies p:rkhM ami ice t"a w:n m:vcil. Tli.'he io etiloyeil t! - riif Tele. Mr ui.il .lra. Ariilhtnilitf S-i't Nettlq Uii '""'a !TrVfH. U 'licnii Marieii. Ik.inia i'ar fly.;- MeHHTK. Iliiss. drove. Alton Hur i!y Cluvton Vance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 25; 1914 VOLUME XIV. NUMBER 51 EVANGELIST M. J. THOMPSON J. W. RUSH SUCCUMBS Pathand'a Pioneer Answers the Fina lummoni After Brave Battle W'th Chronic Ailment L Th. Man Who Hat Been Secured to Head Revival Meeting at Lubbock No at Mt. Vernon SOME IRK OF M CMC SUN GOASS GROWERS IEIIIIC PRESIDENT OF THE ORGANIZATION PREPARES REPORT CF WORK FOR PAST YEAR The Vo'hodist church ; filled to iv id. win lal Sunday inornini! when .Minit Thompson rose tn rT ft Ills l'l ttin- in Uhle.r and IAS ACCQMPLISHEO MUCH ALONG CIVIC LINES The Membership is Small But Every 'Citizen of the Town Should m W r ' ' 'i'i;i as cinty Jud-'e Join and Get Very Busy in He'pire. to Build a Greater Lubbock and Improve Civ;c Conditions .1. V. ftusli. wsod ;il years died at home I si.i Harrison street tit " o rlm k In it S ird iy nirnlii. j 'IrU'l funeral service were lipid at j tnemls in the first T let of what the home Monday mornintt after pn loses to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

THE AVALANCHE rUBLlBBKD IV CUV T1IUU8DAT BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. LNOOUrOMATICU JAMES L. DOW. JNO. K. TURNER EDITOR and GENERAL MGR. ASSOCIATE EDITOR and ADVT. MGR. Ejtered at Ui Postorfice t Lubbock TeiM for transmission tlirouxh the II til second cliui muter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly in Advance) Six Monthi 7fic On Year!. 60 Advertising Rates: Locait 10 cents per line each Insertion. Dlsp.&y ad- fertihemeuu 18 cent per single column Inch per week; peclal rua oo yearconiracU. Card of tnanki resolutions Obituaries (other than written by ourselves. 2 1-2 cenU per line. Church advertlsmenU where a reenue li derived therefrom 5 cent per line. Professional cards II. 00 p r month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Business Office 14 J Business Office Phones T..csjdence 212 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 25. Mi. THE TRAIL OK THE WOLF Mankind l complex. Coiiii1pxI') leads through devious wnys. Trails ur tflff'Tpnt roi'ilwnys Ivaf toward th Kt-neral Uhliwny of liff. All numt ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

BUTTERFLAKE WEST AND CENTRAL TEXAS LORENZO TRADES OAY PICNIC 1 HI AS IN THE PAST So Also Will it Be ia tbrftur Quality Wins. Request it or Your Grocer. MARTIN'S BAKERY R. M. MARTIN Prop. Wholesale Bakers. aT III i in V I III T I III III Weather And Crop Conditions In Weft An Csrtrat Texas Localities San Angelo Texas June 22. The li'xivy talus fulling through lut t Ii is sccti n In the past several days have wnr ed haviic with Hie country roads. fr Many wash' uta hv be.-n made. Mi n wltli teams and ttie proper men. have bwn put to work on the repairing them J'ist as siio.'di- ly hs possible. Impl.i- test BUTTERFLAKE Chlllrothe ll.irileinan Co.) June. I. - In wli.it l:i known a Farmers' 'it ley. there were ri"tu th recti ing out- fits Tuexlay sevor.il of which were i In op nitiin while the tti. ru were Ixlt'ir made ready. Wheat la not 1 rilnn out a well as expected h it he rhillli i:h(. i alley wil aver ; " 2 Im-heh per arr.. ami a H f 1 1 In "or. Corn co'.toti and feed tufT need ri i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

TEXAS COUNTIES LEAD ALL . ELECTRIC WA8H.NQ MACHINE KEEP WORRIES FROM HOME NO PROXIES PERMITTED v.. . . . .. o mnn in il The At orn. v Uenerai. (ifnanrariii . . ....I An electric washing machine uum a very uu .. - --. - .. The Ft.ti.ncai ...eurr.... . - i hlch la d.v'i. to shut worries in his desk. ' hold la a rutin B'vi-n tne .... y . Just Issued a .-t.nt ; ll a " iKd 1" '- Hnd when he geU ..ore try to be . t.ve om.nim-en.e:. cannot l.-p.Hy del h. n-unM of Toxa. and he n 1 a "all emp J ..: po.sH:. to h . who .' egu.e their duty by proxy: tha the etstes. The .iKninc.nt fact contain. wkkh ba. 4 u n P j h ra tl. of ..-.tin proxW. of .. load ed in (he report are: Tew. hwj moie must ma u who ...' . con.n.ion and should ..... h. nUnil.- than any other state In the time. It ioiisim. w 1 ou K""' ue . .. ......!. even Ui iwh sometime VKl.n; Rhode I.I...U ha. the smallest mad. of pi.. iro... ami rl ... of 11s own moo nou v rtv .. A.U..a the largest count r ".h! Keel-. Jw. .. I B9 ...... REDUC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

SECTION TWO LUBBOCK AYALANCHEo' In VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 25 1914 NUMBER 51 Tffl i i BALL SUPPORTERS MEET INCOME TAX LAW A SUCCESS FAIR PREMIUM LIST PRIMARY RULINGS COMMON LIME ROUTS FLIES MAKE YOUR CHOICE in of aii i to- ut ty nit p of IHl h-i i to tic hi c.l n-e i-o- unt- ie ri 1 m I 'in ril rmT VC th- rust mr t ire ren- lUItl no day c c i t I ( t Hold Meeting at Sweetwater Last Tuesday and Took Steps to Further Hit Campaign JV tippoiters of Th S ? Ben II. Hall repre Author of Act Think Estimate Of S23.0O.O0 Shortage Unfair Re. turne Not all Made Lilt of Premium! Offered by the Chamber of Commerce and Civic For Fair This Fall Ileal Watermelon: Washington June 2.1 Hepresi-nta !.. lA ..Ifl.ta un.l .....r.u U'wt.n fl.. 11. It . ni!nu. "..I.. ...1 i v V HIIHH um (iminn unit in ...vllli.'7 iiiltl VI i -l lironrr aillllKl V P Bl'l "till 'I 1111 UI 111 ;f cc unties. In-lit a im-otiiiK at Swe.twa- the Innniio lax act In a statement to Lara; m Kor-haw: $I.t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHED EVEKT THURSDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. INCOKl'OHATKD JAMES L. DOW JNO. F. TURNER. Katered at the Postoitice at Lubbock Malls aa second clasa matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) One Year$1.61 Advertihinq Rate: Localt 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display ad- vert is eeuta per single column IncU per week; apeclal rate on ear ooutracu. Card of tlianka resolutions Obltuar.ee (other than wMttenb ourselves. 2 1-2 cenu per line. Church advertlameuta where a revenue Is derived therefrom 5 cenU per line. Professional cards ll.OJ p r moiith or 110 per year if paid In advance. r. i Business Office 14 Phones j Residence 242 LUBBOCK I'KXAS THUKSDAY JUNE 1914. A UKTTrOR 1-VnnoCK It lookl. like the HOOd old time or . in- n..lii severnl years ouca b riniii : ....B i - - Luilxk hat had munh easier ttniei'utt monthly to Its funds und inttu- tlian mnny other towns In W-st On-! orce who do not muke any effort tra! Texas. We have never Mopped ' whatever t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

0 J K. WESTER'S PLATFORM To the Voter of the 102nd IORll tlva DSHrlct: Upon the mllcltailon f many of my neighbor! unit friends I have decided to .become a candidate for tha office of Keprescnlatlve froin the One Hundred and Twenty second District subject to the action of the Democratic irliiiart'ii In July. dill ni and the want of the people. I nerved la the 2rd and 24'Ji Lrgis- lnturea of Texas henre have had Konitt experbnee in the lawmaking bodies of our stale. F llowlns are some of tlie thing fur which I stand: Education Our edurutl'inal institutions mini I have lived In West Texas since be properly provided for and educ.i- ISS I and Vnow something of Its con 'llonil advantage hhould he put with FREE! FREE! FREE! A Boston cnokinir cup will be sriven FRKE to evt l : - it . it i n i n i .-a ouyinjf a-jc can oi iieaicn cijo uiKinif t owaer itir urocervman. It loaves nothing to chan It measures yourlbakinzterfictl It insure perfjrTh we jT'inantp every to give pt-ri-et sntinfac to y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

THE AjVAliAJiOH .... i. r rtiiruaniT RT THE AVALANCIIK PUBLISHING CO- JAMES L. DOW JNO. F. TURNER FIMTOR ami GENERAL MGR. ASSOCIATE EDITOR and A DVT. MGR. Kn.ndiUI.1 Viomc at Lubbock" Texas for transmission through tt.a Malls as second class matter. SUliSCRlPTiO RATES: (Strictly in Advance) Six Monthi 75c On Year$l.tM a nvcHTimso IIateh -Locals 10 cents per line each insertion. DIsjW ' acl t.JLmei J lH oeuU per single CJluoiD lucli per week; special rates u i. rVenue I derived therefrom. 6 cents per line. Professional caMs fl.iM p r uioiitli or sltl per year If paid In advance. Phones j Business Office 14 Residence 212 LUBBOCK Jf'KXAS. THUKSDAY J UN K J J ttttt OUR HOM CMRCLE CORNER Crude ThouahL From th. Horn. Circle Editorial Pen T. -.. not In s.o-e ..f t.mp.nd all thlmuj re n lovely huh in hi Mini ". - also i-Uns of thought und If th tl.ou -lita b.' kind uml gentle fr'i but In cont.n'ment uml f rich s. realty. Tlie terror thiit a moth" r feels lest . ..... i.h ortnn clinks ' from...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

IF 1 TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS ;iys thy will make 4i hushelg to an I LAMESA acre. Tnev have not bten Irrigated. grown out toward Runnlrirwater. The head la well fl'led rut and la more than 12 Incheg long Mr. Iwellnn has nbout 40 acres of these onts. II? BROWNFICLD Terry County HcraM: t'ncle Mil Howard brought In a B'imple of the upplea in hla orchard this wcvk. On ' branch from his June apple tree. loea than a fxt long It contained sixteen fiiir sl.cd apples. He says t !i y are much lurg er where they ary thinned. Mot-t i f thrin are 4'Bdly epecked up by hail however but hi will have plenty for house use and some for market. I'n cle 211 life says we fire needing gome warm day on crops mighty Vad. Review: Mrs. W. CROSBVTON J. folller ard d "nMe- D.ivBon County News: 'rop conditions taken as a whole me better tlian ever before In the hU- tory of this crunlry And the outloik is liid-ed flit'eilng. Cot'on corn a w II an the vnrioua feed crops are In An -I....... ..l ml iff nttTilnJ lutit I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 June 1914

I I -$2.0O to $7.50 Off on made-to-order suits. The Famous of Fred Kauffmann Tailoring Co. Take your choice frpfiVhn offerbi "7 GIVE YO r Certainteed n Mid-Season S y way. A FIT NOW is the time to get that Whiteley I University Home and School Leaxue In any community or aociat center i move is ail invaluable asset to all the I people. It deils primarily wl'Ji the 'educational and social feature of the i local couiiiiiitilty. It disseminates jknowl-dte among the people. It pro- j motes the spirit of good fel'owahlp. It I furnishes an opportune? to get ac- qiiatnt'd. It oflets an expression f ir .the universal rruvlng lor coniiwnlon- ship; It provld free and open dis- cussion uiid thereby opposes radical I ism'; It uiMinont j the Nplrlt of co-op-oration thiiu wlditg ti the strength f tho community resources; It -hes an opport unity for m-lf expan- sion uh well us an opportunity for jail to h'Urn wliit'. each knows best. It in;iMci a rommutflty to study dill mint iy tln most pressing n...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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