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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 ab...

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. — 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. ...

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. — 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 trir...

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. — 5 September 1918

- f i S muni niiTinniimir--ri r -- - - U WiAnla in Vnnr Hnmo 'J"PI'": l&Wtar,& Undertaking Co. I 1 1 I IIIIUI IIIUI II IliC I l 1 1 Zrk ill lid 1 II CJ I lir v I r 1 1 1 til TJi U IMI U UUIIIU ' Phone 67p Russcl Building FROM A MEMBER OF THIRTY-SIXTH DIVISION In letter to hi mother, Mr. Lidie ('. Davidson of Dallu, Ser geant Major Adam II. Davidson writer from "somtwhere in France" uhout tho Thirty-Sixth Division, of which h in a member. From hia vtlvr it is rhown that General John J. Per shing has visited the Camp Bowie soldier. Some of the officer of the Thirty-Sixth Division were with Gen eral Pershing on the border before he Wba assigned to overseas service. The letter follow In part: "We have landed tnd all of us are glad to be once more where earth and home tie are. We had a fine trip. The weather could not have been more perfect, and we were nev er bothered over danger of any kind at ia. "I wish you could ee thi old place where we are located. It i very picturesque an...

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. — 5 September 1918

-r s loiee a f hoiiogfaph in Every American Horn? Rjx Furniture & Undertaking Co Is There One in Yours? Phone 675 RusscI Building EXAMINATIONS FOR ' LIMITING GASOLINE TO DEPARTMENTAL CLERKS ' AUTOS PROP05F.D ARMY Y. M. C. A. CHIEF r w Mr. HW7 I J s i . .V hn r ( I Kaminations will lie held in the' Owners of pleasure earn, a con following pluce in Texan for Depurt- sumer of materials necessary to win imcntal clvrka fur employment in.nlng the wur, are likely to be placed Washington, I). (.'., September 1 1, j on "Kmlint cards," limitinir thum to 1 1 ri : Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, I tne u"" t certain number of k-1-Hrownsvillc, Bryan, Dalian, El Paso, ! "( thu fuel each month, Just ait Houston, Lubbock, Nacogdoches, Sun housekeepers have been given sugar Angclo, San Antonio, Texarkana, ! c-nU, in the opinion of Arthur P. Waco anil Wic hita FalU. j Dyer, mmiager of the Duilaa Auto- The usual entrant- salary fur this i ,n(,l,ile C,uo- Mr Dy,,r- in ''nring position i !M)0 to $1000 a y...

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. — 5 September 1918

(r ac 1 "" V ' 1 - Kvcry Amcricnn will belntensjljlntercitl in seeing the baking of citintkihM of Cread for the army,-the makipg of nation of uniformy the manufacture ofifJfns of guns, fthe launching of thousaffns of airnlanes The United Stntcs Government lias made it possible for the great American public to be an eye-witniKH to the vast activities of the Army and Navy both"over here" and ''over there' Through the medium of the motion picture, you are enabled to see in the mak ing the momentous force which is to end the greatest war of the ages. Saturday, into the ai and thousands of ships into the c fj 66 99 PERSHING'S ADERS The U. S. first official war picture. Auspices U. S. Government. Taken by U.'S. Signal Corpl, Navy Photographers and French General n. er ti ii I r 1 H f.! a in I I I ?l I. .J 14 .i a in. A fa ftf . . Dim, mere win oe a apeciai morning maunee ai iu o ciock ior cnuaren unoer il years or age ai iuc. Aiiernoon inaunec starts at 1:00-3:00-5:00 o'clock. Admission 2...

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. — 5 September 1918

We Have Many Items for the School Children and you have a standing invitation to come to us for selections. Monday is the firit day of the neW school term and now is th'"' time to prepare. And in the matter of those needfuls that are found in a first class drupr store, We are ready. to supply-j4ou. See us for drups and drug sundries. Make yourselves at home with us. All are welcome. Phones 152-597 Lubbock Drag Conipaiiy "The Yellow Front' t Lubbock, Texas THE MAM AT THE COUNTER r : 4 ' r ?,' ' - " "' ' "' t "' .... - . , .... , , - ... ,.v.w t --r-.rHi rr '.' - 7f ter fi $ 111 3 lie U t.nv of t!n- l.ii-'i't nu n lnl WtlPllH' of t).ili. fc "ti .w" mmI 1. Ui l I'll t flu- onilit'T fi ' I lllvl' )'. lll-'rll'M' iriff r.V, In ?;'.. ml ilnltiB nil t!n- oil. it lliii .. li..i a Tln In on if i'ii- in ii- i ....' i- ..r - I hi. Y" in.-, n lit i hi i-niiiilir. M In ui im.mIi h purt f tin lullilmy Al t th "lili'r tliliik wi. 'J'h ri'iiH'cr Ik ciiiwiIi iI nil )i tlnip, mill t'l.iv I; cum mi Ui...

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. — 5 September 1918

in Your Home win save Rix Fiifnilufji & Undertaking Co. You Miles ol Steps phone 675"' russel building A oosier CCifchen Eabinet I HUN NEWS PAPERS SHOW FEAR OF ALLIED VICTORY Washington, Sept 2. Germany's growing realization of what tho al lied victories in France ami Flanders mean continue to be reflected in the changed tone of the German pre?. An ofTlt'iul dispatch today quotes the following from the Cologne Gazette: "The struggle on the southern front becomes every day greater anil more formidable. The greatest Ger man offensive cannot even be com pared to the present fights We mu:it not let the restive calm reigning in mine section deceive Formidable forces are guthered there. Are these troops in need of rent, or are they designed for fresh fights, ready to attack on the first opportunity?" Mutt Meat fainful Eventt. Thin paper concedes that it dues not understand Foch's strategy arid adds: "Our atalT must take the neccs aary depositions to meet any pain ful eventualitiei." O...

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. — 5 September 1918

; F Rix Furniture & Undertaking Co. RIISSEl BUILDING PHOKE 6)5 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE mm and NEWS ITEMS FROM THE -other who are intT.n.l in our SEMINOLE SENTINEL j achool ahould he preaent on that .. , .morning The attendance promiac I.nxt week f-r ni uidU- hud m her jrucitt for a duy, general munnueri T, II. Morrow, of tin- A (i. McAd.im THE SUBMARINE OF F OUR COASTS. I Scientific American: The incrcua-! in if activity of Gcrmun U-boiita off our count in presumptive evidence i to bo tin- Inrgcat of any prcviou yeiir, Mini with the ro-op.-riition there ! U no ri'gunn why Seminole' achool Lumber Company, vulh r.ciiil.,uaricr I should not have the beat yv.tr In italthiil the aubmurine campaign in Eii- ttt .ullit. While here he perfected , history. ropcun watcra in a failure. Were it plans for the company's ahf Im nl thin The Loral Board of Guinea county : not an that in to any, if the German plucc. Thi company hna for aevcral a ft' Jay ago received a rail to , wi re ainking men ...

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. — 5 September 1918

4-r Are You Sure You are Insured? i. r i. . i n in very cny ir nn prni lo let n pi.in-y expire, and li.r ynu poli. y expire, and for you I eTl ff fcrTfl I p1:;;;,,, Btlggs -SCCScWhtrter it sure v.fll take Kufl .ire i JT I !jSJJI?XNCE SPECIALISTS ALWAYS ON THE JOFI M.VVUrt-r. J ull . 4" Jb. J LUBBOCK. TEXAS li g wiihnut innirmrr, wlirn ymj tliitA you liter il. .II rl nre not lairiul. 7 hr Lest wnys to pl.ie?i l.iiiincnn with nurnln, whom you ( mirff will ta!e L"t1 c f your luji:n"M, If ycu l.y tin Iimumiu'c 5perilits, nrvr f-irhTt it. They nre n!v.n THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE I'uhlinhed Every Thursday by THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING COMPANY (Incorporated) JAMES L. DOW Editor and General Manager JNO. F. TURNER Advertising Manugci Entered Ml the PoHtoflice lit Lubbock, Texns, far transmission through the mail as second cluss mutter One Year $l.r0 Six Months 7'c (Strictly in Advance) ADVERTISING RATES: Locals 10 cents per line each insertion (no ad taken for less thnn .'JO cents-. Display advitr...

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. — 5 September 1918

The U. S. Food Administration W&& 2 MONK 1 INVESTMENT PAYS LARGE DIViDEKDS "What nrs you jrrinnh;: alfmt. Kill?" ulml S;rn, n mo two fricn In met in frorvt of the poxtoirici'. "I)id you find Bn oil well out in your fir-Id, or did a firh uncle die and Irnve you a million or ho? Why all the hajv "I've jut jrotton nowu that an invcMtmcnt I mado turnod out fin," onthusUt ticully re plied Hill, "and I am na hafpy as an elected candidate. Would n't you feeling1 pretty jrood If you had gotten that kind of now?" "What Vind of an invcxt fnent wan it ?" Sam wunted to know, "bnl! Cotton?" "Not exactly." Kill id. "Iiidn't you mad th paper?" "Yes." Iut I didn't ee any thin? nhout Investment," do ctored Sam. "Wr'l, didn't you real the war new?" akel ."ill. "I'idn't you are the great new aixnit tin AmeriranM a id the I'n nh knocking the til out of tl.e (Jerman line? ou mm' have ren that lixt of riM:ieM and gun captured nnd the terr. tory we gained." "Oh. ire 1 naw that, an ! K loo'uvl n i ...

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. — 5 September 1918

NfcWJ ITEM1 OF INtTR. r.ST MOM SLATON I HE Chun lloleomb, ulii-riff elect, wun down to Slilitn Tuesdny meeting hi friend and try'ng to ett a n;tny m i ho could to th.iiM them personally fur their vote end their work for him Anil especially waa he looking up the fellow who pulled off their coat and worked fur lloleomb. Anl the Hoi-1 comb mm I well, you Just have to (rot off the street thi-y romp by. Engineer Jos II. Smith ha taken the I.nmesa run and will prolwbly move to I.amesa oon with hi family. Thli family I one of the fimt to locate In Slaton when Slaton rume on the map, and they have been prom inent In social, lodje and iliurrh rlr e A host nf friend will he nor ry to learn .f their derision to move Their nlre reaidcnre property In 81a ton will tie rrnteij while they ai" away. U I, Itsrklernad, who recently took the position f nlgfit foreman of the roundhouse In Slaton, moved hi family down from I.uhhock last week and thry are now at home In the Mike llnnlry resident-. Mr Hiir...

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. — 5 September 1918

1 jkWLBrotbSS Better Buy Coal Than be Cold and that is about the way it will be with you . if you don't buy your winter coal now, whiljf you can. We sell wholesale and retail ajfd 4 ' have grain and hay also on the same basis. Lubbock, Texas 5 0 JESSIE JAMES OF THE PANHANDLE On f of the mont sensational trials ever heard in Claude wm held in dirt4ct court last week. ' I he defendant, t lauile Hoone, wai charged with robbery with fire urn ' He wfti assisted In the robbery by a Mr. and Mm. Bean. Mm. Bonn (alim Lela Law) knowing that one A. T. Ramsey had over $2000 in hi pos session, which he had secured from hii daughter, Mr. I.esley Noble, jrt into a ear with him and tarted to Wichita Fill, where, a Rnmey thought, they were to be mnrried. When they reached a point a few mile eat of Goodnight, they came upon Hoone and Bean, who drew pis tol on Ramey and ordered him to hold up hi hand, which he did. Hi hand were tied and the money tak en from hi pocket after which both car proceeded to...

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. — 5 September 1918

- r RATES PER LINK OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Ayalanche Classified Adi GET QUICK RESULTS PI IONE 1 4 You can get quick stirs or purchase! by placing an ad in this department. NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS FOR SALE FUR S ahape. Al Brudn-y, tat SALK ChevolX AImo two KycJ JTa at old akuti'lij ri cur in gouJ ar. ' Dad akutiii rink- Gtf. . FOR SALE JwixJ f'- So Louia A Robinson.' y 9-2 FOR SALE-i-Fpri roadster, cheap Green, I'honea 9-2 fur rash Sc- J( 0 158 nd 429 JernV W..W ... room home If Iota, on school builil- FOR SALE Mo with bath, 2 and. comer. I block ing:, northeast. SffiiaU cash payment and Rood terms. See F. N. Payne. Elk Barber Shop. 9-2p. FOR SALE Plentyfcf green and ripe tomatoes for panning. Phone 455. v. 9-1 p. FOR SALE JlTfc-ai.w, 3 gal lons milk per day. InquiJ at Minsion Grocery. 10-1. . FOR SALE oj-:NT " room houe, well, burn unuT acre fenced Al. the old Optitttfiloim- and aome Othi-r building "r"Ve in. Sve John! P. Lewis. FOR SALE 10 xu'iin hu.e, on credit: Il.000....

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. — 12 September 1918

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE VOLUME X!X nicTQiPT MiceiiuiiiiiY rnwrcncMpr 11 u uiiiiui u uu um iii uumuiuiuL HELD ANNUAL SESSION HERE OF DELEGATES, AN INTERESTING MEETING RESULTED THEY Will HOLD SEPARATE MEETINGS NEXT TEH Sweetwater District Will Hare Their Meeting At Swlitr And Lubbock District Will Be Entertained at Rails. Good Reports of Work Com From All District! The Lubbock-Sweetwater District Missionary Conference met in joint session at Lubbock. Sept 2 4 Meeting opened at 4 p m. Tuesday, Sept. 3. with Mrs. Lyon in the chiar. Mr Cul - well of Post brought an inte.-e-irg l t I 1 . !. W .... n.D'e icsson, innnp. or nm ,. Robinson of Plainview, Uro t.rif woii ( ne---. r a'tr.tu:ness is our part, sue Sweetwater Dstr.ct. Only Mrs. Par-j cess God's part. If we are faithful lock favored us with a solo Mrs the reward is ours. Will you go To! bs delivered the welcome a. ldr ss. I through your Samaria nor around Mrs. Merritt responded in her own j it?" Kwevt way. 'Horning Ssssion opened at 10...

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. — 12 September 1918

We iBkve School Tablets and Pempls for all the school children. And there is always lots of good things at our storeh&t you ncd each da-' A.'rtrugi drugs and rimer sundries we excel. And it is a pleasure to have you call and make yourselves at hjbme with; u.-All are welcome r all the v.. o time. Lubbock Bra pany "The Yellow Front" Lubbock, Texa Phone. 152-597 gComi i - ..-- - i... .......... r LOCAL ITEMS FROM THE BROWNFIELD HERALD Following the Association, Rev. L. L. F. Parker, of Tahoka, will begin a series of revival meetings, and we have been assured that he is a strong man, and will interest you. His brother, J. M. Parker, will leHd the aong services. T. J. Price and sons shipped 30 of their finest watermelons to the Harvey Houe at Erownwood, nnd consigned 73 to F. J. Hertford at Post City. They have a standing con tract with the Harvey Houses at Clo vis, Slaton, and Brownwood, ami al so Mr. Hartford, of Post City. The latter gentleman made a trip up here to see this huge ...

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. — 12 September 1918

7 J Witfii This Week Our Furniture Sale Closes t SS KSHNSON FURNITURE & we ae lonjon man'yoyd nec- fTTJA C D T A VLC f fHVIP A MV that we wfll make it,Vt5ry much to yourA """ wiui nn i est to buy during the sale. Comedo . EURRUS building E. C. Simmon. Funeral Director and Embalmer eC US. v n. Phin. isi fj:i pi . (m? tin aim yi - 4- tirAO smes itcri When Hindcnhurg makes hi per sonal demand on the Kuiiicr : is no', likely Ih.;t Wilheini trim to put hin; off With a htogru h or an ho cross. Under the Tents at Camp Travis (Tr COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE .' Trained officers are demanded by Army, the policy was, and is, to -the Government to meet the needs j cure officer materiul from the ranks. our rapidly expanding Army. .The second plan of tamp as adopt- ncle Sum to meet this need in pro-ied whereby each newly formed di- ceeding in the thoroughly democmtic 1 vision from the ranks. The second m eii C (t t U J L 'mariIH'r h'"h is characteristic of! plan of camp was adopted whereby Temw ...

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. — 12 September 1918

f raeTs Grocorv I he rarmtM Urocery is now open lor business in t building a r n n n r MICM t-mk icrn.eiiy uccup;r oy me J. l. rrujn ttcul bac My stock LM I is complete el I aeciallyinvite tKf la rm to visit whrn m the c,'. Courteojf and.fnir t.-eln4t is BuaranPd J. E. Garrison, Prop. and my pmcs wilf always Le right. North Side Square Phone 12 Lubbock Texas he mi f , r DISTRICT MISSIONARY CONFERENCE MET HERE Continued from page 1 this section Holt of Lubbock, spoke of her de- woman's missionary society in Lub - bock and asked the cooperation of the members of the Auxiliary. Bro Lyon led in spcclul prayer for Lub bock youmr nooule. Mr. Kimbro uve u n verv heluful svnoDsis of The African Trail. The question of joint district meeting was discussed and it was decided for districts to meet separately. Mrs. Leslie an nounced that the Sweetwater D'stret mectir for nej.t year would be held at Sweetwater. Post and Kails each invited the Lubbock District to meet with them and Ralls received ...

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. — 19 September 1918

LANGH 4 VOLUME XIX LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1918. NUMSER 12 THE LUBBOCK AVA H. W .CONFERENCE TO MEET HERE THE LARGEST MEETING EVER ENTERTAINED BY LUBBOCK PEO pi r -- re NEXT MONTH. Clvde MiCrummen 11 l'i POSSII FOUR HUNDRED Ever? Citisaa Lubbock Should Share in The Honor of Entertaining This Bady of Ministers, Thair Wives and Tha Largo Number of Lay Deleiatet Who Will Att.ad. The next annual session of the Northwest Texas Conference will con vene in Lubbock October 30. This will he the biggest gathering thit Lubbock has ever un lertaken to en tertain and while it is a nieetir.tr of the Methodist church, every denomi nation and every citizen even through not a member of any church should take pleasure in helping to entertain. This gathering is of such a nature that every town where it meets is considered highly honored when se- lacted as the place of meeting Prob - My there will be four hundred guests here during the conference, and it is the custom th...

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. — 19 September 1918

We Coal R and are ready to fill your bins any day at the present time. And we would kindly urge that you see us now in this matter pr it is far better to be safe than sorry. y sell wholesale and retail, coal, grain ana hay. It is a pleasure to quote prices. . jglkoirprbthers are eceivmg Right Along LMDDocK, lexas V lndlrestl' C ?t;ptloo o JM try oat 504cnl Iwule of LAX-FOS T.TTH FflsnVTA LlqtgV Diestive Laxative iasUrt to taluV Made and noommendey 1 the public by Paris Medi etas Ca.manuiWtMrt of Laxative Bromo Quinine and; UroveV Tasteless chill Tonic. drive's TstVlss chill Tonic vitality Bt oef jr puilfyisl and d Jm hkni. Xtm cas auuo feci It Surnitth- Invtsorattn' Blfcct. Prtw 60c. An Ideal Place FOR YOUR PICTUltE THE NEW Vjtch-Locket Bracelet America' women have accepted this newest novel ty as the1 ideal place for the brave soldier or sailor-lad's picture. Its popularity has been instantaneous, and you must have one. Their cost is but a tiny bit compared to the great treasure th...

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