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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

T v1 V L CAPITAL 160000.00 csiUDiisneu ivu SURPLUS 125000.00 the First National Bank 1 8 8 VP CULTIVATION T( I probable that there are aiorn rniim ruined each year hjr the ma lorn of "liiylngJiy' loo early than by any other error of cultivation. A er.rn crop ahould never be "hid by" dry weather Irnr rooting and a deeper mulch munt be eatabllxhed II ahoiild bo done a early a poaelbln o hm to rauae lh leaat Injury to the lant. In deeMiilng Ihe mulch there I imccdiwrtly going in be riot Inju- ry; tin (I rarn ahmild he taken to make until t !d made and it In never made the roiiHPinnt ahoclc lo the plant until ire grain la well hardened. It no alight aa .otn-Wle. Therefore fol In too oftm the niMoin to give the lowing the ralna it would b wei lo corn It In Bt working about the tlni It rhnwa a dUpoeftlon lo Ihk-x-I. i'n der condltlona of normal inolature after thW time the plum umwlly make a fair yield dplte the lark rf continued riiltlvatlim but when the) deepen the mulch only on on aide...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON COLBY THOMAS A V How long will an automobile last? A Let us 7 fw You lion r and read much from the maker who tell you that li I- car will not depreciate in value S Let us Hupest a wajlty which you rohVjnui ui ior yuurcws. afttr Y.fftw.ve boiled it down to a fevVn.w cara-wljich you ha. under cotinid eration tjfurchaeH then follow uj Home ndif ojittcoud hand cars and call on tlie deafen wlTlnay have second liand car of ttiene paruciuar makes for nale. Jnatriea how cheaply you cau buy thene iRijcond hand car and observe the amount Im the reduction from the price at which iny nold when new. Then make a comparison with the price at which you can buy a lined Cadillac of the name year make. It won't take you long to figure out which lit the car of least depreciation. SPAULDIilG BROS ABILENE MIDLAND LUBBOCK Mia 'ry Abny mitertiilneil lm 1 Monday etenlrg wlih a tioclnok din- mr nn1 "tliiinher" pur y In hotim i of Imr frVtid Ml. Lou mm Krwln of HhiI-oii Turn ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

1 BUITERFLAKE V. C. McAdams Lciihft&er Co. INOO Five Years Apo We Megan Hurlnecs in tlilst'lty. We have trieil to di our part In the uphuiMihtf of th I'lnins and 'j'ret late Hih liheral patronage of the jienple. At any tune you iirrd inatr- lain in our linen M uh ijuote you. Jt i one of th" UKST way to navjxftoney andgetg'd eervlce KorflTe future wh have ien Vlouiey Ler i Jl.u hoort r r J POPS PAAISIS SOUTH PLAIN! Santa Ft Man lay Snunfaoua Har. tcttl Pracllca l Crnn! rr(fl Ing Batttr Tfad Pontiea "Tver) hrr vif ililn t'ltu'lfn! Smith I'm. ns itiuniry. tin. inuaic of On. hani-Mlntf mat lilin-rj In honnl Hint wlillt- ih.a may lint rlMil thr nr- Mlnga of Urn nUl.ti naW. no- ir! In ft lo tm fancy of llit port. It hii M .1'nrrn well i-nciila?rl t rln. from I riiKio.lliin nf lli MtroriR timt Ml I hi- Piuiiiilul riMili-ra M railicr wow f ni roiiti roamnc." Tlip.ll WIT(. lIlB lltHTIIIICI'B of J I Pr. Altant Atfrlrtilti'Ml Pinion- utr.ilt p fu.' tlir Hihi'm Kr wls'li Nit-Ill- hrr. Tliii...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

l'U E.AVAJjV NCllLK TIII8 A V ALAN CUM 1HJ1ILIH1IINO CO. I .ttnMCCIt ATRU tITtLt IDITOniALl ON UIINIII 0R(.ANI7.Kt) m CAIITAI. STOCK IKMJ.000.00 JAMTS i now. JNO. r TI'RNKR. "KtorlVrurTv.Vjim-Vi LiTl.icO'- for ir..Hiiitui tnroiiKh tin Mtlli r Hioni1 ol nut nr. t: linen U'TIOv HAT KM On Yvarll.M C-ilrlotly In A.lvRneel ....'iu.AiiTi ..:....i in rent i""u""" " .... .... .. .:. vurt iMtiiitinlR 1 I'olii I'Hr kidk t t I'm M i -f - rMintrifl. VrMr f tlYmiU. toivUlo..v OImurm.-r. (ollior I Hm. Written t oiirwuvi.. 2 la coin ..T lin. lu.0U ijoiiii....tui - mVi'ii m l dorivH tl.Krutrom. ft crnta per line. l'rufreioil tarda l 00 i .f nmi.tii r In) '-r yi-Hf II in hilvkicr. l'honi' Tkxas. MJHKOUK UlUUSDAY. . . i Ilf( Ju t ! " I It. re l v ' I'ni'h o' ll Ki'U ("It l'f kIihI tin mil Into H li more. .ri. V (HiMlit tin ri'folf. t'ibo Mf. fill wluit we I'lil I". K'l'l '"w "I11' "' l.ciim lu rliirtiiHi I x ii't li'l tlm ni't : of iihIimMkIiiii iii Into your rlmmr- ll.-ineiiihor. ihHi.llf- Ik mud.' ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

-1 3 7) '.i -J Hil I.u IH l 1 coDODODoaoaoQoaoDooocoaoQoooaoaoDoaoooao This Is Welch Week Ana ihe unw run oin on however to Ineliidilrndr member to nk nMt Welch unle durlnsr Wellli week. ' Your withll kind o and ('tear- anhat exMdetMhU &lt! M JUfTjn. er !niitf which yirnpp Jyfre. ti to J ran 9 pfe (olinrro'n Parlor. (). It. IMIIM.II'S. Proprietor. n o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o onoQODoaoaoaonoDOoaoDoiioaoaonoaoDoaonoa ROVt MOM ABOUT LUBBOCK ! - ! 0. M. Vttm.n Id tof ef ! ouH. !' Tt'tptino N ( DM. T'k Lubbock Bud O'tit li I 4 n frm .Wrilirm f rrn !! xn n! trln fit nn Hm m lt I'll In ixl. '' I' ""t I 1 pr.M lh J Hml.m r "' . .fffif.l ftntn Hi il-nKf of 1 1 I'n'kj mitlti.nt tn th plain of V .'! f.. H ff ih fur'hiT pl'ry nt fn fit of th I'unh n1!. Thar I iniir nn rn ff tiro tfi.' tti'tillliivlnn fmrtoil Anil lh J'h fn t') iJ tli yf of onf l.i.fi. Mil H: iiMi hf brrn M i"' y.art iii tbi h-I of roM pur irkhi i ' lit liitt) j unii-r I ii hin k rounijr. Tuo. for th ui M tn ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 2 July 1914

AlDl.'ICropof r Sudan (Jrass j i J on J. U. Hum's Farm. 7- ... !) i : 'i . - "! f I I V " ' ' - 4 ft 1 10 Acres of Peanuts on .1. !! Posey's r V "1 l 1 .1. !!. Posey's . t .'-vii Fannin ID!:!. J- ' '...-.(' vJU. a tnir ro rut country Tin' willir -!.! 11m ii'niiiii nr n trip In llu !iiim.ihMi' liiiiiit. i'l l ' li. 'li H 'I ml y l""l. l"fi' l" mi i n i li i' I 'H n h i Ntui iii-i ininj i liml it i K it' I n' fiir'ii m Intnl. II H'li li H' it iiiH nt tr iini"ii ititi'i' wliirH iii'Hii' a Inlir III III" l''"lil I'l "i" l"i'll'' I'l I' ' IIim'iIv .1 li II inlv mill I 'I I '''I l l H ' "I I'll .tillln in MHIW I" '1 c'lrli Him I.' Mi ' inrli mi' 'l"i li ll i m mill M iiiM Hit' Mini "I i li ' i" r niliiiiin fur tin' f'lUii'' nf I in i'' ii" in "TTTi in""! mi ' i'i" iinnit' nf l'i! llitnly I fl lliinly mill Mr IVlli Mr IVilt liiitliid ln on I'l I'lii' i' mi" i'l tin Inl lil niiiyf iMU M t ll III III" Ui'lU'l'llli'll "H III" w lira llli'V IliOn f'llil III I'll I'm ' if I'nlimo Nil I lln'lr m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

THE LUBBOCK AVALAMCH VOL UME XIX LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1918. NUMBER 9 '&C &h. &x &m: &m. s y Git 4 I t ALMOS T HS TOR Y NOW K ) 4 i t S S Y li T Y T T V T f T Y Y Y rav two T 4 NORTH SIIE SQUARE II07 TO SECURE MEXICAN LABOR TIIAfS THE IDEA Mesleane f Military As Comma tt TM to Work Won't Hay to lla;itr- P" Confer. Labor for all crop la Tataa and aerially tabor (or raring for th cotton crop la th biggest problem fctg In duatrlal Ti tvdar For aumtwr of 4aja food Admlolitrator Prtn ba la eoBtiauona eoafaroneaa vliL rapraiaaiatlra cltltana froti ta rut too (rowtBf aorttona of Taiaa. partlru- larly oa tb anbjort of Mvilcan labor. Fi aftar oicbdaglBt many Ulctrtn t3k Waihlaiton Mr. Fda rocrUad lbo following mitMKia from tha rood Admlolatrailon oa tbo at tit ud a of lb war dopartmaat epoa aftiicaa labor paiUtary aco: r.jvoat marabal fanorml of war partmoot rulao aa followa- "'Maitcaa cltlama of nllltarr aa wbo bat aot ba rldanta I th I'oltad St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

HING OR "FOLLOWING THE FLAG TO FRANCE 4JN jEIGHTREELS Official United States War Film released by the Committee on public Iiiforimition. ThjbS' is one of a series of six Government Official Features that will be shown at The Lyric Theatre asihey are releas- ed by the exchanges. The first will be a week from Saturday Sept. 7th. Lok for our ad next week. MS RADICAL DECREASE IN SUB SINKINGS SHOWN IN REPORT The allied and neutral shipping unk by enemy aubmarinet during July amounted to 270000 tons com- pared with 534839 tons sunk in July 1917. This radical decrease In losses la doubly significant when the in- crease In merchant marine navigation resulting from the American ahip building effort ii considered. The entente nation constructed during July a tonnage tn excess of 280000 to that destroyed during the month. The entente tonnage sunk in 1918 was fifty per cent less than that lost in 1917. Mrs. Van Couch and daughter Lo- nelle and Miss Loree Hill of Asper- mont Texas visited at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

.V r- 1 Ill - ij F. IIArf III CONG. BLANTON WANTS STATEMENT ABOUT DROUTH (By John H. Regan Director of Education.) "We return thank to THEE. ALMIGHTY OOD for thee bouav teou flfta whlrb Thou arl about to bestow upon ua." It la a simple prayer anj atlll on the lipa of million who bart not di- vorced theinsejve from normal dream and normal Roala; tbou;;b I take It tbat tin worda do Dot aacend aa freely today In an abundantly blessed Tmi at waa the ease before the aoul brnmt dialacted with automatic and me- chanical thinita. Certainly wherever pride haa been laid low aorrow hue caat It mantle over tbe cradle and the rnurrlure bd; and want and destitution have replared ease. and luxury the utterance does sometimes well again to the llpa at tbe breaking of bread the drinking of the cup of milk ar.d the Contentment In a bit of meat man's dependence upon aoiunlhlntf inure than blnanlf. ' I ran well believe that the Ilniglane hold for America eomcthlns akin to IMvlne Worahlp; tbat the Frenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

.Society Notes. Mr it. A Sawder' Ittona 35S . atesdames Payne ami Bryant en- tertalned the Frlilny Afternoon Club last week at ths home of the latter". Ten member were present and on (neata Mra. Cumbey. This la' tht first meeting the club has had since the early part of July when they dismissed fur a holiday. The club will meet regulur now ami the next meeting will be at the Red Cross room and every member i urged to be present in order that the very beat work nitty be clone. Quite a lot of work whs done at the hint meet- ing: Lot it wan for individual. (In tha fourth Friday in September Me- dames L. II. Simpson and C. II. ltur- ber will be hostesses to this club at the home of the latter. Mra. L. S. Mast entertained the Auction Bridge Club Tuesday after Roon Tins club meet every week which ia not too often for tha mem- tar who really enjoy playing this fascinuting game. The meeting Tui-s day wui one of tho coiy affairs which each one present enjoys arid which are surprisingly short...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

DM ALWAYS ON THE JOB- Mnlccs yod safe tWcmy-fotj ill IviUWIIUIIUI hours a day. Don t tornet to in- sure. Anil let this c.ajl to mind INSURANCE SPECIALISTS ALWAYS ON THE JOB LUBBOCK TEXAS a. r i AMERICAN OFFICER KILLED i IN SKIRMISH WITH MEXICANS j trt aninmiaii vviin mLAHdno T I r Moguls Ari Auk. 27. One n I ! American ollicer fill lighting jn I ho yJ ittri-i-t n of Nngules today one civiliun ; wua killed another officer seriously LIFE OF CHILD IN LIFE OF MILK Now Is the Tim to Make Vw of a Food Made Abundant by Green Fields and Kipcnin (.'ruinNo -Little One" Should Be Stinted of It -ilk Ration Germany Save Her Children by Saving Her Milk for Their I'se; SO MI ST VK. J j wounded li tid belween ten unit twenty 1 1 American soldiers killed during the 8 kirifiirh which took place along Jn- tj ermitiotiul avenue between Amcrion :ronpa and Mexican in Moguls Sono- ' t r.i. A iroxiitiatvly IT) American j were wounded in luding Lieut -Col-jimel Fredrick J. Ilermun who was J hut thrnuuli lli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

111 " '"" $ ""f ' ' T "" .iii - - Z ' ith tha WDfk we do Kthe' e never I II Zf er - J .tx: Go. ining we cAdinlly ask Ihnffyou call us. Ac!: loso VJlio Use the Bousor System if they arc pleased wi finve a complaint and ing those we serve of Underground Cleaning DRY CLEANING PLANT Kememberi (No dust no dirt ft) germs no -. a. a a . Jens no un- plrnsnnt odors. Just good work Phona 85 ROBT. T. PENNEY Manag.r. THE NEWS OF THE i :ii HOUSEWIVES URGED TO USE LESS SUGAR VI Pltf?-l"P Food Administrator Gives List of m UHimutu Food Administrator Sugarless Recipes : SUGAR dUKS'TH)! hasping taaepuaiusl Hvm uu auul lor r m4ys tsrsacA.oi'tfcs . ) ( wooooooo persona 5 . sa Uta VsKmI antes 1 ( ulataptU ukidMte tomppivibaifr J Jurws (A Ik 1 The loss of suisr and sugar ships by German submarines a shorter crop than was anticipated and tha transfer of 60.000 tons of shipping allotted to othar purposes In ordar to mart tha requirements for tlil I an relief have caused tha sugar situation again to become...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

We are Conducting Oneot &e Biggest Sales And it you do not tahedapatitagepf the ifiphcy savinpzfties that we are offering you will be sorry when you see what you ntighbofhas bmight. NoipM the Time to Fix the Little Folks lor School And be sure to take advantagyof the extra specials for Saturday and Monday with each $10.00 purchase. Come to the Big Sale. Come pnd buy where Cash Counts. Cash Dry Goods Company LfwXt; NEWS ITEMS FROM THE TERRY COUNTY HERALD Lowe ind Mantague of New Mexi- co loader II fr of radio at Sea- grave last Saturday and ari ship- piny them to Woodward Oklahoma. They report rood rairta out there but afraid they would not have enough graa to winter all winter. Rev. ilirki and family pastor of Ine Lubbock Methodist church and father of the pastor of the Methodist rhurrh at thit place la her thit week visiting. J. D. Rroughtnn ha recently mail trip to Di't.n Texas to look f ter hit oil interests. It report that thing would l In a hard ehape there If it were not f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 29 August 1918

Aro.YouTaliingAilvantap of tho Big Sale? Our entire stock of furniture is going'at a reduction tbut'jijj's t mtc. This U your opportunity to furnish iome utryorncy wav at trniiil costV'tfomc) and sek yosa STAKING COMPANY EURRU3 BUILDING E. C. Simmons Funeral Director and Embalmrr Day Phone !53. Night Phono 645-510. UNM THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE Published Every Thursday by THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING COMPANY (Incorporated) JAMES L. DOW Editor and General Manager JNO F. TURNER Advertising Manngei Entered at the Poatofltce at Lubbock. Texas for transml.i:n through the mail as second cluss matter On Year $1.50 Six Monlha 75c (Strictly in Advance ADVERTISING RATES: Locals 10 cents per lint each insertion (no ad taken for less thin 30 cents-. Display advertisement 20 cents per single column inch per week; special rates for year contracts; 25 cents per inch for 3 inches or lens. Cards of thanks lc per word; resolutions obitu erics H cent per word. Church advertisements where a revenue is de- rive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCH VOLUME XIX Tit mm II. CHAIRMAN J. H. MOORE IS GETTING LINED UP FOR THE BIG CAMPAIGN ON THE 2ATH OF THIS MONTH EVERYBODY 1ST DO THEIR VEflY BEST DURING DRIVE Our Boys Are Fighting Every Day On The Battle Front And We Muil Back Them With Our Money Food And Everything They Need la Win The War Soon ( Possible. Having acted at County Chairman In 2tui end 3rd Liberty J-oim drives th Reserve Bank at Dallas has requested that I pcrfotn th wmc aervicc in (h Fourth Loan and 1 have accepted the responsibility. In th Third loan we had very effic- lent ami faithful sales committee. Tor the Fourth !-on drive I have eelcctcd the following ' commit- tea some of whum I have not had n opportunity to see person'! but am &ure that each will Ui active in assisting in the work: Rosco Wilson Chairman. A. B Conley L. T. Martin. W. F. ft-henck Jno. F Turner E. L. Klcit J. E Vkk.r. J 0 Jon W. D. Mayfield. C. K Maedgr n W. 8 Posey Geo. C. Wolffarth. Sam Arnett W. A Bacon Diek Amrtt J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

Mr. Let Utroud and little C. 0. Cos ton of Mr. and Mn. linn Hot f Lubbock art here on visit to X3r. and Mr. Chaa Rot and other felatl"cs.--Robert lee Observer. FOR 1 0 DAYS ONEY ten 4j For the follovrin' ' daya we will give absolutely free a Japanese (teapot with every dollaj'a f worth of Chaie At arofn'a tea and a dollar' wottfy'of Che f Sanlrn'a celebrated Boston Co Thia ViH be a rare treat to ench Vimily in town aa thit ten Aid coffee is the best that nVoney can buy and is worth all we auk you for them and the teapot ia worth 35c and will coat you absolutely nothing. Now i the time to drink ice tea and if you drink it at all why not drink the bent? It will cot you no more than the inferior kind. Martin & Wolcott RALEIGH MARTIN Mgr. W Broadway Creen Bldtf. Phonea 309 and 310 Under the Tents at Camp Travis There haa grown up on the western edge of Camp Travla a mushroom vil- lage which In unlquo plrtureaqueness would de credit to the most Imsgina- tlve writer of wild-west "movi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

YOUR SHOE REPAI TO DOKTOil JILTS SHOE HOSPITAL LUHIIOCK STATK HANK HUIM)IN(i OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE G i 1 i 3ILVERTON STAR EDITOR VISITS LUBBOCK The t('nT und family took few Ibv off since (he lint Issue of the Slur visiting relatives Hi Loekney nd Lubbock anil camping one night tin the Yellow House Canyon below I .til) hock exporting to cnteh some firh but heavy ruin put the crock (lit of the banks and the fish would not bite much however we enjoyed the camping nut part- There wore 27 'of uh in all including the Star force Mr. anil Mrs J. B. Jones and A. B. Jones anil children of Lubbock nil 0. T. Merriwether and family of l-ockney. We fourid that the Silver- ton country has the best crops of any dnc w have seen however there rt streaks with fair crops in many places It is said that crops fur a diNtiirice went of Lubbock are exceed- ingly good ""'I they had a good rain the latter part of Inst week. We are glad to get home and to find that a Rood rain had fell here during our absence S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

laaM- Arc You Gsiiii My - for the tat Drivo? Srpfemher 2 Alh. hai 1een derided on aa tha data (or the i FarrjierNcjjonal laElr" nnenina- of the Fourth Liherty Loan drive. Those who are in line of duty are making ready to do their part. Those who re not in line will he apt to find their surrounding a hit un- pleasant. Those who try to live usually have a hank ac- count. That i the best way in every avenue of business. We appreciate your account and auk you to start with u today. rp Uncle Sam hy helping yourself. j ot xuuboci.-' WE BUY VENDOR LIEN NOTES ON FARM LAND AND aa i um i t Va M i ai ' NOTES FAkM L rV1AK.t r A I .VI I IIAHIH ' ' MAIG PRESSING CLOSE ON FLEEING FOE On a front of virtually fifty mi! from Just below Yprcir to a point near Peronne on the Somme the (Jor- man armies are in retreat. Thia retrograde movement I not a voluntary one on the part of the enemy but has been forced by tha erle of unremitting hammer blow inflicted uy Marhnl Foeh in the pant !x or seven week. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME XIX LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1918. NUMBER 10 B W SHOE School CM dren arasBaBBBBk- 8e t y y y y 7 7 y y No Cramped Toes The Little Feet Can Grow as Nature Intended y ? ? j j ? ? ? ? ? y ? ? ? y 7 y 7 7 y y y y y V t 7 y 7 y 7 y a5i V y i'atent vamp dull top rMttfr; Vici kidtkLittlc G'f hooks gun metal; Pat ent vamp dull top bal. i ft ) rivers an siyies. .- ...uu; -n .Vj.MJri- s.Wlitr. - i.nr Pillikcn shoos in the children's sizes are made without a tack or nail of the softest and toughest leather known on broad .Vensjble modern foot-form lasts. The most perfect child's shoe ever mad and thtf ortTshoe tlidTttJ child outfrmv iNo lat-Ks in cnnuren s niyiKeni win Fcntcn tne iiUiwTSome furniture. er th hicrhlv X u.i......i pi r rrTT. .... ...... . . . J V er or Wtsrto suit any taste: f y y y y y y y t y y y j y y y - rnu.Mt her brands and prices for child!ri also fwemd in stock. Pilliken for thp irrow- intr trirl. Marv I'ickford too. r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 5 September 1918

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