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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 February 1912

WHITE CREST F1 01 xf);ym c" of mi hite chest flour and we will sell this car at the same oldjpriw, althbujm flour has advanced quite a little. You had better stock up a little on White MasMiiwiiriikely pay more money for the next car. yours for business MARTfN 2J WOLCOTT, lubbock.texas S Vi- XI V-7 A 7 HE JEWEL" BUGGIES This is the bufirsry that gives suchunifersaL satisfaction throughout the entire country. It is webuil makirtsr it durable) and at the same time retain ing all the beauty that cart be put int the make frpof the very finest built bug jfies on earth. We sell thebujrjns uer strict guarantee from the manu facturers, and if you are contemplating (be Virchase of either a buggy or surrey call and see me. I can interest ou on prices and terms. Anything you want in the buggy line. If I havenYit in stock, I will order it for you. B. WRIGHT New Locntion, West SI do Squnre Classified Ads. K(i;s Ko Marred KocTtsjP J of i:i. Phone :j -;Full blood, ill per netting Si it EVIDENCE AL...

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. — 29 February 1912

. THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE OLUME XII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1912 NUMBER 34 c ar iry in ft ,mt lyl IT LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER teaching in the public schools! or iirayson and lolhn counties for six years. He loft the furm and attended CORPS OF SURVEYORS WILL ENTER THE FIELD MONDAY RUN. NING A LINE FROM PECOS NORTHEAST the Law Department of the University of Texan, in order to prepare himself for the practice of law, and graduated from that institution in the class of 1004, THE JURY DISAGREES Stand Seven and Five From First Ballot Judge Swayne Insists on Verdict Last Saturday night the case of the state against J. R. Sneed. charged with the murder of A. ROOM hotel ii mm I 10 :h.& e Committees Hold Meeting In Brownfield Last Monday Towns Along Proposed Route All Have Representatives at Meeting and Talked the Situation Over is let of till ity i. by he I Some weeks ago It will be re-i present Ret into immediate membered by our readers that 'correspondence with ...

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. — 29 February 1912

t Hose, Hose, Hosiery We have purchased an elegant line of new spring !i an elegant silk hoot nose tnai we are sening ai ine hose for 35c found only at Wheelock's Ore We have the finest line of skirts in west Texas. I ' 1 H 7 ' 0 ITE, BLUE, TAN, BLACK. BR.OWN, -CHAMPAIGNE and'nave it in all grades and colors including f 35c a pair. Think of it Ladies, silk West Broadway Lubbock New goods coming in daily. T II IS AVAJiA NOME n'HI.IHIIKD KVKIlY Tlll'KMUV IIV THIS AVALAN(IIH PUHMHIIIXO INMWIOMA l'KI KIIT(R JAM KS L. IOW, Ktifpr''l at the I'ostofflre at Lubbock, Tei.w, for tr:iniiillon tliroutfli t!if Malln aw "ti'coii'l class mattiT. SI'IISCIJII'TION KATKS: UimYVnrlI.no (St rlrtly In Advance) Kl Month Wc 1 ADVitHTiMNo lUrr:-Lorain 10 d-ntu per Htm eiioli Insertion. Msplay- ad Vfrtlsi'iniMiM IA cent wrn'le column Inch per week; snpclal mien on yi-nr coninicN. CanN of thank, rfsolutloni, Olilnmrli-a, (other than writtcnhy oiiwHvm. 2 1-:! renin per line. Church advertiione nU. wh.Te a rev...

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. — 29 February 1912

'i -i I, ft Don't Be Afraid to Eat Pure food will not hurt you. The KIND OF GROCERIES WE SELL Our stock is turned over so often tluiktherc kjrochance for you to get old stock It's fresh when it comes rfcffere you will find a stock as well selected as you rfwa can makeyou fiirures on vour month's vrtwvrv hill our will find in I thai will interest III i"" i ill in V r-JJ 1 il v ck, id IT 'V, '1 rl linirA r. . I ... I. 1 ! I'l il I ij if c imvc a j;uuu, him! wc nencve a lime neiter ASK. IIS AltfHJT OUR RRA than any in town. Try some of lUprff you will i itfre wi til US. PH0E 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK, TEXAS : : " SFTTLING THE SOUTH PLAINS Artiviti1? Around Midland Are UnusuiHy r,l(rstif Som) Gond Citt! PVs Midland, Tex., Feb. Z. - It. F. Wood, of F'.r ly, Texas, ar rive! at Midland on T'if-"biy morning with a car load of now farmer who will settle a lare tr't of l.in-l owned by Mr. I'.rady a f-w rnil' south of Mid- ! land. Tlx1 ififl'ix of new settlers in th Midland ounfrv i in-1 cr...

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. — 29 February 1912

r ONE ATTACK FOLLOWS AN OTHER Has That Been Your Experience Taking Calomel for Constipa tion? Try Dodson's Liver Tone Next Time Many people take caiomrl to cure conntipation, and It ilopirure It for on- day. but two or thnH day latt-r they are nicker thVi ever. That Im one of the. after-effiAtu of calnel. Thii U the rVwrur'wfy The Red CronB Druir and JewrPire will not irmr- antee ralomV Vfffvtrmv. Hut we do guarantee be a perfect a i'Tu-r-Tone to Ktitui' fol oalomi'l, ne will cifre concti- poilMon a Liver nation and hint att'k Atnd keep them cured, hi tltmilwNgind toning- tip the liver i) (14 t li'Ht work. It in a veKftiilife 'kA vith a p!i-Hr.nt tante and il harm!fcilo children bm wcllangnn peojk!) It livenn up the liver by niitural method, doea not act ho Htrnngly bk to weaken the IkkIj', but in ""ft' and mire junt the name. You run buy a bottle today from The Red I'ronn Dniif and Jewelry Store with the nuninc of your money back if it fil in your cane. ococococooccocococococooococ...

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. — 29 February 1912

EME KOK MSTIMCT JtUW.K If I hi'Mliy announce n raivlidrite to aucreeri myiu-lf aa Judge of the 7nd jii'lii'inl (tlxtncf auhjert to the actum of the ili'innrratii' primary July iiVth Wi. W. It. Si-fa ku. THE ENGLISH SPARROW Damages Great Amount of Farm Produce Mr, Neill Gives Formulas .J. W. Nfill, roproflontintf the department of ayriftilture of Texas, jri VPS the following re- ' ripes whic-h he ways will oxter- We arp iiutlmrizi'd to minnum-.' Judge Jump . ICol.iritiin, of l.utiliiick, ha candidate fur the ollici- of iii'lifi'. Ht-vi-r.ty -utoikI jmiiciiii district muIijim i ruinate Kntflish apnrrows and 've to the actiiinof the demticratie primary. . , , . . FLAX POPULAR CROP J. W. Day of Hale County, Will; Plant 500 Acres this 1 Year. A dispatch from Plninviewi tiring the information that J. I Walter Day, who farms - in Halo county, will this year, include in his list of crops iViOncros of flax. Mr. Iny hail HO acres last' Sparrows year which was quite a niiwhh. I HOW TO IS AN IM...

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. — 29 February 1912

WIRE: WIRE I wish to cnll the nttcntlon of unera or wire to my Block, nnci Invito itlon to the following prlcen: Pointed r EC inivnnizoci 7 C uftrv r Per Roll SlW nnd Bnrfcec. UIre I3nrted Wire? up Also Telephone lAIre nnci Hoc Rene Inc. Icmentn. L. B. WRI West Side Square Lubbock, Texas WIRE 7 J i O AS j x GHT TH It! A V A LANO H K ri'llLlHIIKIl KVKUV TUUlthDAY II Y THE A VATjANCIIK P.UHLISHINO CO. INIXIKI'OWA 1'KU JAMKS L. I)W, Entered at the IWolllce at Lubbock, MallM oft second class matter. SUIISCHII'TION HATES: (Strictly In Advance) Ono Year 11.00 AnvEiiTiMNo IUtkw: Locals K cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vert Isemrnls 1ft cents per slnle column Inch per week; suee.lal rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than wrlttennv ourselves. 2 1-2 runts per line. Church advert.lHrne.nts, w!::re a revenue Is derived therefrom, .1 cents per Una. I'rofesslonal cards II. 00 per month or I0 per year If paid In advance. tr FOUR WEEKS CONSTITUTE ...

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. — 29 February 1912

I I I H ? a ft ? SnriS 7 J K mm w n .iv iih Mill Dfl4amc mndrfo Noxd! I have reed suit, skirt- your orders meni and mples Samples for ready to take Indivldul measure- d see them. Rural Items County Nfwn fr.m Varirnm Soiirci-K ODOnononOOODOOOnODODOaODODODODODOOODODO Louise Friedrich Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges Dowson coi'NTY building, occupying the south- lk.rW.n Cunly Nrwr. j CHRt TCHim Up BtairS. The past week ha brought us Within the next few flays, the some rough weather. Tuesday ' people of Ralls will be buying we were visited bv the tail end !a" tn,,,r 'r'h meat at home, if a blizzard which brought with 1 which will he a groat ponven ionfn tf iia nit t (n CntDM i it snow, sleet and ice. The snow, who -i-s-. . , t'hp i.;' iirht i ' 'A I Hon. J l'M a vi It he week while only lifrht here, put quite jJiittle moisture where it will do ie most good. Since then, wp ave had pretty cold weather. At this writing, late Thursday evening, the sky is overcast and indications p...

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. — 29 February 1912

onoDOQocibdbncSoDODonononoDODOPODononoDODionoDononoDononoDoooooDODonoDonoooDODODOD S J v 'Hj0NG BROTHERS COMPANY I GROCERIES, RACKET GOODS, GARDEN SEEDS S S FRESH VtGE I AbLtb I UU o onoEooonoDoneaoflOEoononcoDODODononononosaonoaoPooononoPogonoPOPooPOPonoPQgoonog Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association 1911 VITAL STATISTICS The Cherokee County Corn valued at eirht hundred and Club was recently organized at hfty dollars. Birth More Than Double Deaths Tuburculosis Heads Death List Jacksonville. Plans are practically com pleted for the building of a nat ural Ras pipe line from Howie to Gainesville. A Federal building to cost $1.10.000 will be built at Corpus Chriati in the near future. Construction bus begun on the new cotton jrin at San Iienito. It is reported that beginning March 1st, the Galveston-Houston Interurban will enaugurate an exprpss service between the two cities and entervening points. The largest cotton deal in the history of Luling, was rec...

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. — 29 February 1912

o 0 o a O a o a PAN TON fill IMPLEMENTS The Canton Implements may be better known to some of the people as P. & O. How ever they are the same, an will please you in evervre spect. CCCCCCO' SOUTH-PLAINS HORTICULTURE BUGGIES We have the I be bought with STAR .1 WmJmm ntfprs buggi J J a ' HAftDWARK () 8 8 8 8 8i Proprietor of Plainview Nursery Writes Along This Line as good as can See us for prices. ;id PIPING COMPLEIt LINE OF BUILDERS LEATHER GOODS QUEENSWARE AND I The following article will bo of interest to those who are inter ested in this line of business. I It is written by I,. N. Dalmont of Plainview, who has had years experience in the nursery business in this country and (I j knows whereof he speaks. O "The Plains was once looked f)j upon as a desert or a body of () j waste land that could not be P utilized for the comfort of man Oon account of its being short on O trees and supposedly lacking O , water. Hut we think this was O, God's purpose to reserve the O, best of His ...

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. — 29 February 1912

I j ononoooaonoDonononoaonoDonoaonoaonononoD:onononooonoDODononoaononononononononoDon; " . . ip ir i-WPINMI-M-T OF WHAT IS ABSOLUTELY BEST IN THE L OUR UOAL lo I Pit I MUto I CAruiMQiM i fuell.ne r o o a o o n O u a O a We feel safe in recommending the coal thsrt we handle. We have sold carload after carload and we have pleased hundred of customers. If you needoWphopf)NK.NlNK-r()lJU and our wajfon will brinjj it to jour bin, if you live in Lubbock. Larcre or small orders reccivrtthejnme prompt attention. c Oi c r, O P a REMEMBER OUR GRAIN AND FEED is the genuine article, and we puari ii to be equal to any you can buy, and the price is never beat. WIIOLKSALK l-'LOUK AND MKAL AIN AND COAL y vr BliWHiVHVliwWVrHWMVilwiiwMvaivBVBwin - - - - - LU rwnfo. AfSto. DbUU WW TH 13 AV A ITUI.IHIIKI) KVKIIV TIU'K"-IAY HV TITTC AVAIANCI1H lmilJttIHN(J INt'OIVI'OWA l'KI JAVKS I.. loW, Knlcrffl at tin.' I'ostoilU-e LuMioolc, '!Vx:n. for trniiHinlxitxin through Oie Mali um Hci'onrl cla matter s iiS(;n...

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. — 29 February 1912

on ( t o c C Ot c thEfiia be no cause for complaints due to Inferior Groceries, excessh ie prions, delayed deliveries. If you patronize our store. We 'rs lift his town and are confident that we can nleace von. are pleasing hundreds of custom If you have not been a customer finis store before, dive vis an ODDortunltv to Drove what we sivy. VVe want the country tra io, and there Is no bill too large for us to handle promptly. R. GWAY m. COMPANY West Broadway Phone 275 P Opens Business in Sweetwater Cl The Merrill Electric Comtmny, Gf this city is preparing to ope n 3Cf branch house in Sweetwater, ;vhich will he in charge of 0. M. I RtiljAmlerson. He has gone dawn for there this week to receive the yjvehtock and begin work on some ontrnrts that they have already cured, one among which is th? cw jail at that place, which has iit been, completed. are C'en viev ht id a l.u wit '5 ri tot tunc raala sorghum and Kio- n cane ivrup in barrels. Unrig otir hnekl't or five gallon kog ind get 'fcn...

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. — 29 February 1912

PHONE NUMBER 310 AND 122 YOU THE BEST GROCERY STORE IN TOWN MARTIN & WOLCOTT BIG REUNION AT LUBBOCK Old Buffalo Hunters Will Assemble Here in Mid-Summer Meeting The following article was , written by Don. II. Bisrtrers, and j appeared in the Farm and Ranch j last week : "During the past few dayi two J incidents have occurred in this immediate vincinity which pre sents a striking contrast of the present and past The old buffalo hunt ers recently decided to have a reunion, the first of the kind ever held, and in view of the fact that this was the greatest buffa lo killing territory in the country, and also that right where the town of Lubbock now stands, occurred, on March 18, 1877, one of the greatest fights that ever came about between the hunters and Indians, they seem to un animously favor Lubbock as the place for this reunion, which will be held about the 4th ei July. This reunion will embrace day and a pandemonium of noise by night. We met dozens of wagons returning loaded w...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 March 1912

; THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE OLUME XII LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1912 NUMBER 35 LUBBOCK GETS DAILY MAIL WEST, BIDS FOR CARRYING THE MAIL ARE NOW BEING ADVERTISED FOR ALL TO BE IN BY MARCH 26th SERVICE ID BEGIN TUESDAY. APRIL THE SIXTEENTH .1 ! . A I I ! T L nr. I. I ul I. ..J 11 Ml O - ill rut aeverai towns in uios? loucn nrun luooock ana nrm oe Very Beneficial to Thousands of People Extends Eighty Miles Pout master Stuhbs is in re ipt of information from the wtal Authorities to the effort hat the new daily mail line to ' established west is to start rom Lubbock, and he has re vived notices to iKst, asking for :ds for the operation of same hith he accordingly posted, ndr all bids are to be in by the k'.th of March. The line to be in deration by the loth of April. According to the contract the wns directly effected by the tahlishment of this route will aside from Lubbock. Slide, .-ldrtw f'.rownfield. flomez. fil? Plains, the entire length of e line being eighty mil...

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. — 7 March 1912

Millinery Opening Saturday, March 16th Please consider this a personal invitation to come in and select your new spring hat mr r v 4 tl fl Q TTX. Tl WheeiocK's oress oop ,2 West Broadway, luddock 9, We have the new things in Ladies Wear i Rural Items County NVw from Various Sourer '0 3-8 by 7 3-4 inches. The hen wants it known that she is Flym outh Rock, and claims the record for this vicinity. SLA TON Blntcmlt. Mr. It. E. Lee, of Fort Worth, Bpent two days in Slalon this week, with a view to locating a wholesale windmill, brass fit tings and hardware businos here. Two Mexican baby girls were born in Slaton this week. The Mexicans are employees of the railroad company at this place. A. P.. Ellin is up .from .Tahoka this week making arrangements to move his family to the Lynn county capitol, where he has a lucruative position as cashier in a bank. S. 0. lirasfield, who recently purchased the Benton farm five miles west of town, returned this week from near Houston, and make arrangeme...

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. — 7 March 1912

i IJ&k- Tf xOll TO DO YOUR JOB OF TINNING IN J! HO it tl OUR WAY TO 00 YOUR JOB OF TINNING IN A FEW MINUTES AFTER YOU 6IYE US THE ORDER, We know how it is done and have the material and tools to do the work with. You will make no mis take if you let us build that elevated tank, utock tank or in fact do all of j our tin work. HIVE US EXAMINE YOUR FLUES, THEY MAY BE DEFECTIVE You miffht save yourself a heavy fire loss by taking due precaution along this line. CITY PLUMBING AND SHEET METAL WORKS ill jHMli I 1 1 UiUJUiJv.tMfcX.ni. U'aililllilUi, WEST WANTS DATA Lockney People are Encouraged Over Prospects For Early Oper ations of the Altus SETTLEMENT IS AGREED UPON Final Negotiations in the Jackson Will Case are at Last Closed at San Angelo San Angelo, Tex., Feb. 28. Final negotiations for a compro mise in tne Jackson will easel have been closed. All rmrtina I Ant week Mr. McGehoe. chairman of the Railroad com mittee, received a letter from Q Mr. Went, requesting him tosend yi uupnc...

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. — 7 March 1912

onononoDonononononononononoaooonooooononionononononononoDonoooQonononononononoc n o n o n o n o o u o u o OUR COAL IS THE TRUEST EXPONENT 1F "UT fiSKSI-"" Wc fn-1 safe in recommending the coal that we handle. We have sold carload after carload and we have pleased hundred of customers. If you need coal phone ONK-N INK-FOUR and our wagon will bring it to your bin, if you live in Lubbock. Ctf Larjje or small orders receive the same prompt attention. yJ J REMEMBER OUR GRAIN AND FEED , is the genuine article, and we guarantee it to be equal to any you can buy, and the price is never beat. WHOLESALE FLOUR AND MEAL CK GRAIN AND COAL CO. o uonQnonononoDononoooDOPonoPonoaoooPOPOPosnQaoDonoDocoaonooononoPonoooooPonononot LUBBO GAIL LOSES HOTEL Fire Consumes the First Hotel Ever built in the Town Tots! Loss No Insurance The Cail Hotel burned down about fi o'clock Monday morning. Mr. I. Y. Chancellor, the pro prietor got up and built a fire in the cook stove, went back to the sitting room and w...

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. — 7 March 1912

1 umm mwwv ! mm i iibii nun iiiiih in 111111111 1 Mum 4 J C - MX MILLINERY ANNOUNCEMENT J0 To my friends and old customers and the ladies of Lubbock and trade territory: I wish to announce tf(kr I have opened a complete line of millinery goods in the balcony of the Lubbock Mercantile store, on the west : side of the square, and NOW HAVE ON DISPLAY A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STREET HATS, also children's hats for school wear, and : will be pleased to have you call and see my new goods. - - - - : MILLINERY OPENING WILL BE SATURDAY 16th. speoi.l announcement next MRS. CLARA ABMEY ! "1 Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges y g LYNN COUNTY b,rnn County New ... . . . . . w. ana j. r,. Alexander, or iJkbbock. registered at the Ta- ka Hotel Tuesday night. i j. r . merriii, or wjpdock, was Ilrin Tahoka Tuesday looking after ( ome property interests he has Jit A jiere. 1 1" A A. 0. Shook left in his auto (,eruesday morning for Lubbock to .ee about the trees he has pur chased there. J Mr. and M...

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. — 7 March 1912

WIRE WIRE: WIRE I wish to cnll the attention of uer o7 vtlro to my ock, nnd Invito your nttfntlon to the following pricen: Pointed r ETCr Gnlunnlred O C r-cru.iry 1 OO . Barbed Wire Bmmjj Bnrbed Wire uvrire rer roii finci Borbed Wire Up Aleo Telephone lAIre nnd Hor Penclnc Fnrm Implements. L. B. WRIGHT West Side Square Lubbock, Texas ntonil is owA HEAVY LOSSES FEARED Panhandle Cattle are Suffering Under the Continued Severe Weather Amarillo, Tex., March 4. Panhandle cattlemen received additional discouragement today, when the mist of last night deepened into a rain, which this afternoon froze, priving a sheeting of ice not only on thinjrs inanimate, but likewise on live stock. It is estimated that, the present unfavorable weather conditions will add a hiffh percentage to the death rate of the already weakened live stock through this section. The forecast for colder winds with snow for tonight is decid edly discouraging. The above dispatch from Ama rillo confirms the reports from oth...

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. — 7 March 1912

A TRIAL ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU (UrrwsIon, but we hoop cements that are thnt you enn snve money hy trading at this store. This Is not a ste will prove It If you w ill only let us have the opportunity. DRY OOOUS, CI.OTMINO AND (IU0ZVMIP.5 AM. UNDER Why not trade w here you can get the entire hill from one man and offered on extra large bills. We will take your eggs and butter. D. C. WORSHAM SUPPLY STORE West Uroadwny lcovr't US I M AW Phone 150 noaonoDODODononoDonononoDODoaoDononooooo FOR DISTRICT Jl D'iK I hereby announce a a candidate to aucceed myni'lf an Judge of the TL'iid judicial dimrict auhjert to the action of the ili-niiMTHtir primary July i!7th l'.Mit W. R. Si-em m. We arc authorized to announce Jug' Jiimci . Rnliinaon, of l.iilihock, im a candidate for the office of jude, seventy aecnnd juilii'inl district Milijcrt to the action of (he democratic pn nmry. FOR COMMISSI NKR PRKCINCT NO. 2, Wf are authorized to announce Own. M. Holes ax a candidate for re-election to the olt...

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