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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 March 1912

TH Ifl A V A J j A N OHJ3 I'l'BMMIIED KVKHY TIH'UHOAV HV TUB AVAL.ANOIIIC PUHMNIIINO IJfttOMI'OWA I'KU CO. JAMKS l. now KK1TOU. "Knter7(1 at the rimtofflce at LuMwck Tm for trannmNnlon throuKh the Walla an second class mat ter. OnoYear1.0() (Strictly In Advance) J1"."1!.1'-6 At v ic id I U t km :-1 iH-a la ' I o ren U p.T llfm wii Insertion. HWplsty- art v..rilH..mriit IS ewits p.-r MnK'l column Inch per week: special rate fn var contract. 'iirl of thunka. resolutions ot.lumrli-N (other limn writ 'enhy ourselves. 5! 1-2 cent per line. Cliim-I. a.lvert "'".'' a revenue I derived Mierefrorn ft cent pur lino. Professional cards 1.00 per month or 110 per year If paid in advance. ar FOUR WKKKS CONSTITUTE A MONTH FOR AnVKRTIMNO Phones J Husiness Office 14 ( Residence 212 LUBBOCK TEX A 8 Til UBS DAY MAKCH 7 ll'l'J LITTLE AVALANCHES Lubbock is not booming but she Is growing just the same. It Is a hard matter to get a residence house to live in in Lub- bock the houses are all full. The farme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 March 1912

i Who Jammed Jelly kKfimmies' Jaw f yT Is not half so hard to say arieties of Jams Jellies Preserves Pickles. Etc. as keep a well selected stock and for that reason we t ant if it can be found in the city. Biscuits made from. ell with delicacies named above. You as feffiflmno find asffiany V -mW m mW mm wwtaxrfmd in our stotA JWe u vv euro ntwvt; vvucil ruiL'v ourran(lLFT)UR Wuti 11 1 i i n l win maKe no mistaKe it you order a sacjym our it. March to our store for your March groceries and has the backing of people who make PHOHE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK TEXAS iiiii LS Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by (he Texas Secretaries Association The Kio (Grande Can Crowers' Association has leen organized at Prownsville. Two thousand ;rres of la n j near Pl'a.nntnn were recently sold to northern horn"'kers.. Fifty thousand dollars will n- expanded for drainage of Om) miks of dirt road in Mclennan County. The Wiggins Sub-irrigation Company of Kansas ha bought N-n thousand acres of land nea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 March 1912

YOU MAY NOT BELEIVE IT; WE DON'T ASK YOU TO but we want to tell you that when we say we sell the ' best GROCERIES wc SPEAK THE TRUTH and If you have ever bouzht a bill of goods from us you know we are telling It straight. If you are not our customer we want you to become one during March and you will always be one then. ANYTHING IN GROCERIES FRUITS CANDIES ETC. Yes and we have Garden and Flower Seeds Ay R. G. WAY COMPANY West Broadway Our Phono is 275 TH 13 A V A I j A N C I I 33 lTHLIHIIKD KVf.HY TIII UMJAV HV THE AVAL.ANCIIK PUBLISHING INCOKI'OHA i'KD CO. JAMES L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at the Postoiflce at LublwcW Texas for transmUon through the Mill is second clas matter. One Year $1.00 srHSCKH'TION uatks: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Months f0c A DVKitTitfiNu Katkb: Local 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display- ad ertlnemeiits IS cents per dingle column Inch per week; special rates on yenr contract. Cards of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (other than wrlttcnby ourselves. 2 1-2 cent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 March 1912

- Li (I () ) j) () n ( ) () () ( ) W. C. T. U. BY MRS. S. I RTI UHS TO RELATION or MUTATrON TEMPERANCE Tho interest of all temperance workers centered in the general session held in the Greek Theatre of the University of California in Berkley on this occasion his excellency the governor of the state. His honor the Mayor of Sanfransis county and the presi- dent of the University of Cali- fornia gave addresses of wel- come. At this important meet- ing Scientific Temperance In- struction was given a prominent place in an address by David Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford '"hat Jr. University. Or. Jordan afd "I'm here to-day to repre- sent the work of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. There is not a single new thinjr to bring you on the subject of Alcohol but we must train the children in order that the men and women of the next genera- tion may know and feel what we know and feel. We are here to jtg religious ideal discuss temperance which is moderation; but theonly modera- tion in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 7 March 1912

MARTIN & WOLCOTT HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL GOOD EATS PHONE 310 AND 122 ! mmt Dray Drayer Draying r i C I have a good dray I I do a general line respectfully solid smallest packag . Wh mm OS 10 I ave carerui arayers ana jj. Your hauling Is die anything from lest freight. - .- - -- iyav J. A. Cockerel COLONIST EXCURSION RATES I MO POJNTS IN California; 'Oregon wash- 1 INGTON ANDTHCNORTHWEST TICKETS ON SAUf DiiyV MARCH 1 TO APRIL 16 I FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE I C. H.HINTON. LOCAL AGENT Society Items BY MRS. D. IlOniNSON THE TEXAS COHPANY On Leap Day. reb. 21) The Ladies of The First Presbyterian ! Church gave a reception to the! ladies and young people of the! town at the home of Mr. and ' Mrs. Temple Ellis. It being; understood a free will offering j would be accepable. The dayj being very disagreeable not as many ladies responded to the invitation to tea as would have had the day been all that was desired but those who came were delightfully entertained with We have moved ou large tank...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

.t THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE v OLUME XII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 14 1912 NUMBER 36 RAILROADS GALORE 10 I UHCK fHE LAST FEW DAYS DEVELOP GREAT THINGS FOR CITY BUSINESS WILL BE BRISK ICUE PAH UNO PACIFIC 10 GET BUSY SOON ly given out as to the exact date when work will begin on the ex- tension of the Texico-Coleman Cut-OlF from Lubbock to Texien still there is every indication that there Jwill ibe some- thing fining on this particular part of the Santa Fe System within a short time. This is one of the most important connec- tions that the Santa Fe will make thin year. OfiUNIZE RAMSEY CLUB pril First is Said to bo the Starting Date from Paducah to Lubbock Santa Fe Cut 'Off is Also Preparing to Begin Work -A. L 4 R. Also Active and Still There are Others. The past week has developed ' means to the irroun of Western greater things than ever fori Texas counties whose name .ubbock. It is tonkin? mipri- have alre.idv hppn jtrm mutator ious that all the roads are cen-1 in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

r f rj. L ! rr I ' - Dress HatsTailored Hats-Children's Hats wing Hats of All Kinds PARTTUiNT IS BUIJBLINfi OVUR WITH THfi NBWHST CREATIONS AND YOU WILL PLEASU CONSIDER THIS A PERSONAL INVIIAIIUl lUAl n;mu uuk vi-cruu SATURDAY MARCH 16th LAfiOU LINE OP GARMENTS RBADV-TO-WI-AR AND Wis ARK ALSO TAKINO ORDERS FOR AN LEOANT LINE OF LADIES MJiib mAi iailukuu. ixurtu uui - heelock's Dress Shop rill? I AMI I-C in 'UVICtlPDC OUR xM!dN'ERY D1 T H V: A V A I . A N O H E TII1.IMIK1 KVKHY TIM II-DAV IIV THIS AVALANCIIK 1UHMS1IINCJ I NCriRlflHATKH CO. JAMKS L. !V even if they should work overi SURE 'time and Sundays. How ridini-1 Lubbock experts to get the lously silly sounds like the whim Alt'ia anil K.-swell proposed road 1 1 1 u u : ;! before the close of the year. -I of an old mntd when she is in . . ... 1 I 'U n U 1 1 I 11 1 j 1 Ves air boss we will have 'er. I Come to Lubbock. ! love and it is really pitilul toi I hear his little whine. He tackled j ' a subject that ho knew nothing; KiiW'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

f V Who Jammed Jelly in Jimmies' Jaw Is not half so hard to saasfis difficult to find as many varieties of Jams Jellies Preserves Pickles "ftyou piyfind in our store. We keep a well selected stock and for that reasoEhtayiylcwe what you want if it can be found in the city. Biscuits made frorrouthM FLOUR go well with delicacies named above. You s I tie ith N 3C 1 si will make no it. March to PHONE V r - f I V It - J 1 1 To Win the Race Nowadays when an rfcfrru-y occurs whether it b fir illnrajCr other trou- ble the SouthwerernJTelehof the .wift messenger to naVghbot arid town it any crises tS'lehoieill corer rules of county? uad njHvcr your cry or help in a fash j '( J V will tend you iooWt on request Ilino all about ourjRural Line Plan doptad by so many farmers. Atidr.. nf Mnr.il Manafrr r The Southwestern Telegraph it Telephone Company Dallas Texas r t PHONE 147 Ho' This? crfter HkJrv iMaitra Rewant Umf a. am H 4 Nlil) IMftt ufrH tw mimti trf Na4i P. J. I A-J.V TiaWl O .14. w Mar k ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

fcVOU TO K..f tvint tn tell vou that when we sav we sell the best QROCERIES we THE TRUTH and If you have ever hotivht a bill of eoods from us you know we are telling It straight. If you our customer we warn you to become one during March and you will always be one then. ANYTIIINu Yes. and we have Garden and Flower IN OCESTFRUITS CANDIES lilt. YOU MAY NOT BELEIVE IT; WE DON'T West Broadway f ttiytlittMMIIMMMMIIMIIMIMIMMMMIIMMMMIMWWtMMIIMIIMMIIMMIMIitwtlwww TH li A V A I'l'ltLIHHKD KVKKV Tlll'llHtlAV IIV THE AVALANCIlIi 1U1HIHI!IN3 CO INCOIVI"OWA 1'KIJ JAMKS L. DOW Entered at the Postofflce at Lublx)ck Mailt as second diss matter. "sT"' i iscu iTrH One Year 11.00 (Strictly In a. nrVU-. ..tv tiATKM: Inrala lOrHiit eklwrnpntu 15 conts per nlnle column Inch pr pk; spclal rates on year contract. Cards of thank rfsolutlon Ohauarles (other than ..ui..k nr..iiit v i.-i -nt.it ner a revenue lit derived therefrom 6 per month or 110 per year If paid W FOUR WEEKS CONSTITUTE ! Phones LUBBOCK TKXA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

ft I v Sir ii EVERY WOV A IN IN LUBBOCK IS INVITED TO INSPECT The FreeSewing Machine In buying a nwdfine ynniatu rally want the best ho do not buy a machine tne same as your mother jv your'Jcranarffioiner usea limn vou investigate a kual iminKi" mmiM;iuiHon new llnC-l lirpjjimnir every fcood point of the old make and eliminating every objectionable feature slomnimto (t ordinary sewing: machine. TI1I: FRKE has eight complete sets of ball beannjrvhk:h rniCVs it thecaLt running machine !n the world. It Is fully insured by the makeryrtul hilly rtommendec! bv in. ONI- IJIi ONLY CASH OR CRIiDI T--$5 00 CASH SoO PlillAfWNTM IF YOU PKI:H:R. Whliyfn our fhrcAo see these machines do not fail to look through our line of carpets art squares and !n:overings also a complete line of furniture. L. B. WRIGHT The House Furnisher Now Locntion West Side Squnre 1 J'iV'i. Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association Flans arc being perfected for .pffftlion of h sixteen story fire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

C: CREAMERY BUTTER EQQS DRESSED CHICKENS 'h and cwrb mkat op am. KINDS V We wont the people of Lubbock to knbwYtat we hpf great variety of article usually found In first-clas meat markets and we are anxious to si pply loutieed9dally. We are trying to keep a complete assortment. Remember our pure lard In five and ten poufpluAf Asl us about fresh vegetables firing us your chickens and eggs. - 'SAY lv Phone One-Four-Six THF CASIl MEAT MARKET f CCCCCOCCCOCvCCCvwwwwwXwwwvwwvwJUwwwwvwviw ITS AMUSING The Sweetwater Reporter an editor that ia a curiosity are sure mat nis picture TAFT AN1 ROOSEVELT ' has I Whether considered from the we political or the humnn stand-! has1 point the causes which have been in the comic suppliments broken up the friendship ot 1 alt of the daily pnpers if we only : and Roosevelt are instructive had recognized it for surely the Just as the artiflcal light of the that rack their brains stage creates a misleading artists for "funnv pictures" would never over look h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

' " 5 Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges j .. wwwwMwuwuwuuuull.v;l;j i . i j Church Notes i IIAI.R COUNTY Ahrratlp Two-County Nowa f Mrs. Annie Pearson and Mrs. Geo. Arnett returned from a few days visit at Stanton Sun- day. VV. ' E. Bledsoe was among those who attended the conven- tion at the border city from this place. Howard Pearson is recovering from a light case of measles. Clay Smart of Spur and an old time friend of the editor spent Sunday in the city. Miss Jewel Reed of Lubbock id visiting J. I. Powell and wife this week. T. VV. Stratton is visiting his parents at Tyban N. M. this week. W. F. Struve of Plainview Hpent iart of the present week in the city prospecting with a view to locating. Mr. .Struve was well impressed with our city ar.d surrounding country and wiil likely move his family here at an early date R. V. Young and wife accom- panied by Mr. K. Callaway and wife left Wednesday by rail for Plainview where Mrs. Young will receive medical aid. The News ioin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

PRETTY NEW WAISTS ONE PIECE DRESSES. SKIRTS. K.MONASH.c NECKWE VIP. ruxo d lie- vw nwi ti m . . . . r . - - : . y menBurc fcy ciny design selected. MRS. LOUIS DRICH West Side Squn Phone IO E FRIE Jo II . B W. C. T. U. I1Y MRS. S. I. STl'illt.S There was something ciuite to my liking in the last letter from our 8n Mont in Seattle Wash- ington. After saying "I m nL.niT fina nnJ fn I MVS fl t? 7. ....... .f voith nnM ;n. tun held in Waco last October. UIC l' V - creasing" he plunged into news which he knew would be of in tense interest to his mother. has been the leading center for the white slave traffic there is great cause for rejoicing at his defeat as he expressed him- self in favor of a wide open t'nvn. Resolutions passed bv the Woman's Christian Temper- ance Union at the State Conven- Inontaim tn fiillnwirnr which ''Mill'"'' VI.V. l-t has a very important bearing upon our work: TOTAL AUSTIN A NT I' Ib'spite the fact that modern science continues to demonstrate anew the hnrmfulnc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

I R O P 12 S S I O N A L l)r. 0. M. HALLKNHKIt f'KNTlHT ffice First National Hank Bld'g. 'I i li lilioric No. 120 Lubbock Texan f DR. II. J. HALL I'llVHiriAW ANIl SlUHKON (tl'c? at Slur Iniir Mr None niv lii7: rentflff u Lubbock IVxhrt li D 1)11. (. H. MUKPHV If I'llTHICfAN AND Sl'UHMV 'rial Attention (ilvcn to fSurrry nil I )ihh AHfA of Wnwn I'hon 1U7 Bvt 141 llbbock - - Texns MW. HUTCH INSOV and PKKKLKU J. T. HUTCHINSON'; m. d. Fy Kur Nom- ml Throat O. F. FEEBLER M.k Anral Mlirlne and Mrtcry. ft mi in Fir it National "flank RM'g. KNOCK. TEXAS. IHl. M.C. OVKKTO.V Physician and Sanson ito ntiwna National n. RuiMinr. j l"phonr: Roanli'tif V Office 4ii. Lubbock Texn ROSCOF. WILSON Attohn kv-At-Lw oms m First Natnal Pank Building Lubbock 'IVia iu:an & ku Li wycr l.unnock; UMa 11 jr lo. jr lival liutlriess notarial work rrnp'Ttfiilly T Ic'itcl. ( itir.-n National Hank g W. I). HKNSU I.AWtrR A!l A I uAcron Lubbock ifexas. I pracfli-e In a'l M Court n. j. ny(u LAArn Lnbbock Tejait L. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

cacacaoaoDonoaoacaoDcaonononoDOPonononzononoaoDoaoaoyuuuuuuuuuuuuwuuuwuwMvuvuw. WHEN IN DOUBT ABOUT THE BEST PLACE TO BUY ' CQAL AMP GRAIN " Ask for phone connection with 0NK-N1NK-F0UR and let us tell you what we have or still better come to our place of busings on tfstpondway just east of J j the railroad and we will be pleased to show you our variety of COAL CHAIN FKEI) STUlQ I n o n o u OF ALL KINDS FLOUR AND MEAL f LUBBOCK GRAIN AND GOAL CO.; uonoDODoaoaoaoaononononononoponoDODonono:nononoQononoaonononononooononoPQPOPonoP Always See What You Are Buying CHANGES OF THE PLAINS Contrast of the Country in 1907 And the Present Day Now a Cobweb of Railroads Many people do not count what the editor of the local paper has to ay with regard to the development of the country very authentic. The Avalanche has told the story over and over about the great development of the South Plains and at times have been laughed at on ac- count of the optomistic views that we took and the manner in which...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

IR IT CAN BE FIXED WE C O IX No innlter how difficult the Job we hnve the eciuili i the workmen to Ho the work.nnddo It rlht. All klndsof machine repnli well ns genernl blnck- ur shop. HorReshoelnc i : Hrn I tiling nncl woodwork Is auccesnfully turnei none oy men wno know how. I LUBBOCK IRON WORKS ) r J Mr. and Mrs. W. A. ltobin- son who several months ago left Lubbock and went to S la- ton this week returned to our city and he is again at his old trade of mending shoes. Mr. Robinson is a good workman and tie of (his section are fortunate in having him in the town. We welcome him and good lady bnck to Lubbock. They all come back. AMARILLO WINS CONVENTION Next Meeting of The Cattlemen's Convention Will Meet in Amarillo in 1913 Jl P O'rectory ''OH IAI . ( nvyr.- W. H. Smith. S"fiii!i.r W .1. Kr.iin (O t ffi Idlivn J.' 1. i!lnr. lli.lrir t 'IV. W. ft S.. TK-.P. Iimlnct Ai'lnrnry .1. K. Vicki ri i hi ' fy tiHu km Jo. V'- ''. K M. Attiir'H-v I! V f'nx-'U r. ('imix'vii'kI !trirM l. rk . A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 14 March 1912

LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! What we hove to offer this week Genuine Pumpkin Yam S LEAVE YOUR ORDER AT ONCE ERE YOU I3E TOO LATE MARTIN Sc. WOLCOTT weet Potatoes IIIICEM FOR DISTRICT JLPOE I herahy announce aa a candidate to atlcceed mynelf a Judxe of the 72nd judicial dlntrfct aubject to the action of the democratic primary July 27th 1I2. W. R. Sl'KNCKR. We are authorized to announce Judife Jamea K. Koblnaon of Lubbock a a candidate for the office of judtfe aeventy-aecond Judicial district Huhject to the action of the democratic primary. We are authorized to announce Judtfe H. C. Kerifimon a a candidate for the o'Mce of Jude of the 72nd Judicial diatrlct nubji'ct to the action of the democratic primary July 27th. We are authorized to announce J. II. Moore of Lubbock bh a candidate for theollice of Jildjje of the 72nd judicial dmtnet mibj.-ct to the action of the democratic primary. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I hereby announce myielf an a can- didate fordixtrict attorney of the 72ml judicial din...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 March 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE: lOLUME XII. LUBBOCK LUB30CK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARUh 21 1912 NUMBER 37 .LR.&E. P.TOGETBUSY HfllS HE LATEST INFORMATION IS TO THAT EFFECT AND IT COMES FROM RELIABLE SOURCE HIIIE HIE II IE 11 will Have a Five Hundred Foot Rock. Lubbock's Prospects Still Brilliant for New Roads. The prospects for early opera- ons in the construction depart ment of the Altus Lubbock oswell !i El Paso road grows righter each day. and the latest i formation comes from the emphis end of the road with ; lated until the operating con- ga n I to the construction ar-jut ruction of the line between ftngementa. ihe dispatch i rider date of March K reads: ! "Judge J. M. Elliott attorney i f ro for the Altus. Lubbock. nwell & El Paso railroad says; at construction work on the i . t L- J T..U f ne netween .iempnis ami iuo - ok will legin on May 1." xt it not being definitely de- rmined yet however whether 4k will begin here or at Luh- rk this matter awaiting the cision of official ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 March 1912

TWO SHORT WEEKS BEFORE EASTER mak!n.S;S Wl: HAVIi KXPI-RII-NCIil) ARTISTS THAT WILL TAKH IM.UA5URU IN 5U(I(H;STIN(I AND AS5ISTIM1' IT HARD (to) WAR 13. OUR UNI: OF RliADY TO WFAR (IARMIiNT5 IS NOW COniMJJTK AND THU NUW AND UP-TO-DATE THINOS. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FINE SKIRTS LET US SHOW YOU heelock's Dress Shop MHY STYLE HATS" For the Heads of Many. THE LADIES' FURNISHERS LADIES' POLO SHIRTS WE HAVE IMrTS N( R. &. 0. CORSETS M A. RICHMOND DEAD Brother of S. A. Richmond of Lubbock Dies at Home in Blanket Texas. "The following we copy from the Hlankct Signal published at IJIankct Hrown County the home of M. A. Richmond: M. A. Richmond died last Sun- day afternoon at 4:10 o'clock at his home two and one-half mil' north of town. Funeral services were conducted at the family home Monday atternoon at three o'clock by Rev. S. A. Rains of Hamilton assisted by Rev. '.. T. Rlanton and burial took place in the Rock Church cemetery under direction of the Masonic lodge. One of the largest c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 March 1912

Baking Day Will Be A Pleasure supplied with good things purchased at our store. Aside from kinds of jellies preserves jams etc you should insist on lir celebrated W. O. W. FLOUR itcaivt bebeat remember too that our lines of canned goods are the high class dependable goods thaou have alwavs found at our store. Don't be fooled into takingsome- if your ptphrvs the Wdnt4HTerein ' f'.t T' il yoi ten reci ie n th an nisi TM)f T"'r t net nor' Hn tHl! ion iun ior am f i hf ol.l i i "A th. it" t r fi r.ty thing else that is "just as good" but come to our PHONE 243 SPIKES & M .. II I IIIV AW i if ..if y alk on lllmrring A Mullrn'a Ik Phone ;5 The man who talks little hut does much toward showing visit- ors the advantages poHMested hv his own town and section is the who really counts in the man obtaining of enterprises andl '. '"'n brought to an opporiunii v to secure it un- making cities out of villains. notice in an opinion written by ' no nxl legislature makes 1 :' As-ititant Attorney t...

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