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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 May 1912

Boot ind Shoe Making in my rUrineHs.v I bjivw irffrke! at thin trade for yearn, and am preparJj'fo rutfKK yorHioot or shoe that fit your feet. Kefjiirdfork of jNjkinrls done promptly and my prices ar reasdiwblV. W. A. ROBERTSON Patterson ofd Land Office North Side ol the 5qunre Buckner's Home Who is it amonr us who would pot help an orphan child when in! gallon milk cow? 'charts, numeral frames, and need of help. True there arej Should not these orphans have! flcj00 furnishings of all kinds; Orphan children, who are ninre!shoe8? At $2 a pair, one thou-!g(Tun ,n,shes laundry snap, able to take care of themselves I S11nd three hundred dollars :j,Untr starch etc. than we are to hel made so by j would not shoe them one year. ! Smj wan pictll'lvs ancJ kini,.r. the gracious provision of their 4 f,(W many pair do you Wiffarten supplies of every kind. earthly parents, who by usinr the talent that fiod pave (hem for handling finances had laid up enouirn to keep their ott-! spring in easv cir...

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. — 2 May 1912

V I. . - ; , TRADING ATJUR STORE. MEANS REAL ECONOMY We buy in large (jtuntities. We sell a large amount of Groceries. Our stock is kept frrjfe' reason fit not lyinpf on the shelf .tilMt gets old. Making quick dis position fof 3ht stoctf'enablesifs to make attractive prices, which is economy to you. ASK WTFM OWUtfSH FRUlf AND VEGETABLES ALSO OUR CANNED GOODS. I Wheiou tradevmth usou neeil not y or ry "'about your, order, for it will be irreatest of caneflTndViil be. delivered jus! as you ordered it. We would be pleased t !4i I. to add vou to our large list omistoitfers, iLfou are nnfiead&jmeUhem. vmm spiked k son sooth side spoil - IE FAMILY CRY I if held in N'.-v Or!oarH. Maya letter from Coneros.Mr.an I.ur-i oared v (''. I 'helps wll! not !o'h to 1 "h. Jleson t the effect that he has ; pas nrri! the h rt psiop, Thrnii:'!i tli'- f!r.rt of the j seen the members of ' i ! - w h i J i convenes next December. Dallas CLvt.her of Commerce . committee having in chanro the the Federal ...

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. — 2 May 1912

If " ' - URANC SEE US FOR PIERCE BROTHERS CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 FIRE INS . , g THE AViLANCHE ITBLIHIIKO KVRHY TIlVllSDAY BY TIIK AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO- INOOKIOKATKD JAM KS L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Postofflce at Lubbock, Texas, for transmission throuKli tlio Malls a second class matter. . - - , A rj, . One Year f 1.00 (Strictly In Advance) Six Months 50c AvtkwTnm i:atkk:-Locals, lo cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertNoments Ifi cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on vi a r contra i-Is Cards of thanks, resoli'tlom. ibidiiir.es, (other I han 'wntteiibv ourselves, t Vi cents per line. Church arlvertlsri,ents. here a revenue is derived therefrom. .1 cents per iine. Professional cards 1.00 per month or I0 per year if paid in advance. ,,, i business Office 11 i none , Residence 2 12 Notes on City Building TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE ; (By J. A. A.) I Starting a business without ! Path Finder Well Pleased With! Announcements Roads and Inte...

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. — 2 May 1912

1 NOTICE HORSE RAISERS PERCH Overyear old blood nay I'crcheron horse WW moke the season at The Lubbock drain and Coal Company's Wagon Yard : I i n V Rural Items CuiMity NVwm friirn Various SnurivK $10.00 TO INSURE V I A 1 V 1 0 UMPAUL A registered Kentucky jack, dark iron grey lth mealy no.e and white belly, no surer fonler to he had and a fine Indlv Idual. WW make the season at the l.uhhock drain and Coal Company' Wnjrnn Yard. $10,00 70 INSURE SHITZ, Owner ; a. i Will Spend $2,000 City Secretary, V. M. Shaw- Big Carnival Sale The Whe-lo. k I)res Shop 1 AflTK Sunday was such a bal day j we had no services at the school ; Planting is the order of the day. A. M. Ludeman plants 20 1-3 acres at one round: a fraction 1 over five miles around, w ith six two row planters attached to ' his big engine. Mrs. fJutler, who has been visiting her cousin Mrs. R. E. f Hoops, returned to her home in 8 Louisana, Wednesday. Arthur Kelsey has been help ing his father move his house from Estacado to Lor...

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. — 2 May 1912

The Big Removal Ssile Is Over- However we arc still offering exceptional Bargains in all lines FOR CASH. It will pay you to investigate these Prices. They arc money savers to You. BECAUSE WE NEED THE MONEY NOW, we arc offering $1 00 Off the Regular Price of Stetson Hats. All Other Hats go with proportionate reductions and a similar reduction will be made in all lines. REMEMBER THESE ARE CASH PRICES. ; D. C WORSHAM Supply Store v V, I No. 6195 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Lubhnrk. In tha 8tatof T. at thcrluwnf bu.lnm. April. rth 1912. KKHOirRCES lymni ami Diarounta . Ownlrafta Mwurad tnd unxvurrtt U S.Rnnda to wcurt circulation . Premiums on U. 8. Bhu1 Ranking houiaFumltura and F inner rtearr.Taivlwnru H Dua 1mm Natfcnaj !lanka.'nat Du.frnm Htn! A"i I'rlvuV Hak. " r rrf- ' fwmutt. Kankn, Tru,fStma Chjrrka awl yQhJt-m . N.t. of othr Ni...af Hanki '5. . PraWnal PawATuiram-y. NiaJW. ami CwjaJ i . 1 .i jg - Y h- W LnraMmlrr note. Y V. " V I ly I un.V nn iM.U I......

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. — 2 May 1912

To Extend Courtesies 11 6 c pleasure of every bnnkinj? irMtltu- nduct a hftkirjlt lAnlne alonjr ine lyn)UTYJ JrV e are here 10 5houlcl be t tion. T conerv S heln in thi i.veln-rfhent of J he Plains country nnd will tlo nwrjfliitvtAilf time. Come to see us. vtVit nCitizfnsONational Bank if:o. C. WOI.M AHTH. Pres. (i. A. CAWI.I5I.I-. V. Pres. A. (i. Ml NT, Cash. t. Pli:wCi:, AVt. Cash a 8 MIHMtWHMI E. L. LAW THE WINDMILLER I am prep I'.uiM Wii wind m A i PHONE El 383 reflLUdo all kuTrts of li K 1 .... 'kf-, 'V mil lovers, Ann i andniot ynythintr in the windmill line. list ima Irs furniT!rd Jr an ;ill mv work. Seethe i'f work done. jr.. W- I f tWIMIMWWM M lPwt Ir i MKi.NON V. H--k- . v,''.; Stud Hbs J?'Zlitjjm Thi hJiJ-Xn pycheroryCallion jjj,re1 and raised in t ranee pndf impoed IruaWM. Me Vb?ut iful dark brown. 9 year oldl lAjndURgh amMfcAitch Axut 1700 pound, tn tn4 AtbrtleJf pronotinal by maiy "the best Perch eron l.re in njrftwest jfa.'f 3ee m m before you breed MIONOIn ill rrUKet...

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. — 2 May 1912

Il ill NO SR NO MOREi MA!L OREER GOODS fOR ME.: 4 1 HAVE BEENMSTUNG A ..Jt t: "Ml 1 s - 7 . . f X. '.. 'V.v THE HOME -ET0R forme: wis A man ought not to be shot or put in an asylum just because he orders goods away from home from a catalogue house. He only needs to be taught that he can buy better and CHEAPER at home. Then there's no freight to pay; he can see what he buys before he pays out his money; he is sure of getting reliable, known brands of goods. And we are here 365 days a year to make good on what we say and sell. The Western Windmill Co. cccocococccococooccooococooooooooocoooo a o o o ( ( o o o o CITY PLUMBING AND SHEET METAL WORKS PHONE THREE-EIGHT-THREE SEWER TILR-GALVAfllZED TANKS We have ftifem both, and will make you the right kind of price on them. Ask us for an estimated cost on the job you are contemplating having done. ) () WW W WWWW WW W W WW WW WW WW WWWW WW WWWWWW WW www www TEXAS .CONVENTION Sunday School Workers of all De nominations to Have a Feast at Dall...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 2 May 1912

1 1 i i I 7. I Bank No. 365 land show the "p!e what we , ' il(f!W do in the wuv of ngrieulttire, il'!IAI.TATI KNTOKTIIKKINAVnAI.J.ITINOKTMKI.t'IIMM K PTATK BANK -,l .1 ..,...! I.. . I,-, nf I.M.U tl.JMk I'"- 1 -"'" 11 I '"" '. Aviilan. h. a fi. Miir prliilnl nl Itl . .aJ H-: KM IIIwJ ll -.'HHlll.. (r.M)Ml Lt., r.'ll mlAli . I Iruf'w .it ail S' a-ka ' K.tai. (lanklnc h aiM-) t Km I Kilala nlur and Futu" t(Tm Approval Krwrtw Atlanta, n from Hhf Hanka ami KanKra Ih itona..... rne Lraat In Iiiall..ca Ouara.i lr Kmourrm u f .4U. : AJ-'-m. Ti 3f " llmi-ial Vlaa. i J Jr rsi.! l.t'ti.-k! Urt . j vfr J .Air t -.nvii (Jtmranty Fund s At about 11 o'clock the ' Mother's Club did their part by introducing cilfiv, tea and cake i ... - i ir t..i n i wnicn was enjoyeu grruu. - !''.'" :a,H" ha,! 8ome o'mI "nK by Mr- 11, '441 I' ! Fletcher and Bister. ! ll Hi .vanm LIAHIMTIK8 .Hal M-rk In ploa Fund livid) Puiflla. nrt lo Bank, and llankara, tubjfrl to rhark. nl kludaal Prp.Mltp. aubjrrt Uirtwk L1rtll...

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. — 2 May 1912

Martin Sc Wolcott 'What tempts you in coffcs? Flavor. are sole agents for the celebrated coffee in Lubbock. If you would drink the best coffee, try a can of CHASE & SANBORN'S Seal Brand. Wo liniiflln flm 1 Viof HVWWlc? Tr nnti limp 111 ri That's what tempted us years ago to develop tne tun ricn iiavor oi " mv- voc uuun vj au i;u) in an uiur. n Chase a Sanborn's High Grade Coffee Give us your trade and you will always have the best. WC PI'QS 310 AND 122 MARTIN Sc WOLCOTT the full rich flavor of M'RS ything; in Ladies' urnishings EMBER OUR NEW VEILS . LOUISE FRIEDRICH Rhone l2 as well as those who come in contact with his every day life. I The Methodist church ia making splendid progress alonjr with . every other church organization in the city and we are looking. for greater things in the way of J better church building by mostj every denomination in the city before many more months rolls by. i SI:EI)S grassWhite . J'hi'ff)nclcr CurrTT yJfwr 3 went, 'ivupi l)AVID60WeE) Rape, lili...

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. — 9 May 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALAMCHE OIUMEXII. LUBBOCK LUBBOU COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912 NUMBER 4 LUBBOCK HIGH OUTLINE OF LAST WEEK'S WORK IN THE LUBBOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLOSIHS EXERCISES BEING Small Admission Will be Charged to Raise Funds to Purchase Addi tional Equipment for School Building Commence ment Sermon Sunday 19th, at Methodist Church. Mies Brown't music class will (rfve its recital Friday evening. May 10th, at the school audi torium, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. This recital will be given by the advanced pupils of her class, special effort being; made on two piano work. This recital will show the progress of her pupils and she is very anx ious for the people of the town to hear it. especially the lovers of music. Admission 25c for adults and 10c for children. Proceeds for school library. LITERARY DEPARTMENT Tuesday evening. May llth. at 8;30 o'clock the Grammar School pupils will render their program, consisting of sonars, plays, recitals, music, etc. Wednesday, 2 p. m.. at the...

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. — 9 May 1912

FREE FREE FREE A HANDSOME $15.00 WILLOW PLUnE&nd NOBBY NEW UP TO DATE CHAflOSETTE GLOVES At Wheelock's Dress Shop ' if H II ai M II f M v til th at Pi til ITT ca re ch ;to r Commencing Tuesday Morning, May 14th, each lady purchasing goods to the amount of $2.00 or more will receive a number, and the lady holding the lucky number will receive a beautiful $15.00 Plume on Saturday, May 18th. Tickets will be given to purchasers at our Sale on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th. The opportunity to get this beautiful Plume will close Friday Evening May 17th at 7 p. m. No tickets will be issued after that hour SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME AT OUR GREAT SALE On Tuesday Morning May 14th we will present free of charge a pair of Chamosette Gloves to each of the first 6 ladies purchasing goods to the amount of $1.00 or more. WHEELOCK'S DRESS SHOP LIST OF JURORS District Court Court Convenes Next Week Grand and Petit Jurors Following is a list of the jurors...

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. — 9 May 1912

IF IX CAN BE FIXED WE CAN DO IX No mntter how difficult the Jot), wo hnue the equipment nnd the work worK.nnaaoiirigMt, in Kinds or mnchine repnir work ns won os smithing and woodwork. Is successfully turned out fit our shop, done by men who know how. : : : LUBBOCK IRON WORKS ReweriyDiRCR. forieHhoelng J that f)ck- ' in I ja i ill 1 City Building Notes (By J. A. A.) When capital sens the smoke pouring from the many hfjjh smoke stacks he promptly pulls out his bank roll. If you wait until you see what the other fellow ia going to do, you won't get any where. If you can't interest your home people in the city, don't expect outsiders to take notice. Look after the little enterprises-the large ones usually look after themselves. It isn't always the skyscraper that makes the city, a factory with a big pay roll will do twice the good. I'e on friendly terms with your competitor, even if you ex pect him to steal a march on you the next day. To abuse an investor is to lose him. He sure you h...

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. — 9 May 1912

THE AVALANCHE ITBLIKIIKD IVm TIU'IU-DAY lit THK AVALANCHE PUI3LI8UING CO. UVCOKfOKATEO AMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at thi Postofflcs at Lubbock, Teiaa, for transmission throuich the If alls as second class natter. One Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Adunca) Sli Months 60c Advkktihinu Ratbs: Locals lOcenU per line each' Insertion. Display- jlal rates trMumrnti is cent oer single column Inch per week: spec! y ear contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions, UDituaries, joiner inan wrtttenby ourseltes, 2 1-C cenU per line. Church adTertlsments, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, 6 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones j Business Office 14 ( Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1912 School Trustee Election The election of four trustees for the Lubbock Independent School District was held last Saturday, and the following ticket was printed: J. L Dow, Isham Tubbs, VV. K. Dickinson, Sr., Geo. R. Bean. At the polls...

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. — 9 May 1912

i To Extend Courtesies should be the pleasure of every banking Institu tion, wo I conduct a banking business along: conservative una tfl UU I Y. we are here to help in the develop of the Plains country and will &nv dul at all times. Come to see 1 V us. The Citizens National .Bank (J HO. C. WOUTARTH, Pres. 1. A. CARLISLE. V. Pre. A. (1. HUNT. Cash. 5. R. PIERCE, AsVt. Cash. TEXAS POLLING STRENGTH Only Fifty-five percent of Male of Voting Age Eligible to Vote in Texas Elections Washington, D. C, May 3. The Federal Census Bereau has recently issued its final report on the distribution of the male pop ulation over twenty-one years of age and qualified to vote, in the United States, by states. The potential voting strength of the uauv.ni auu ui cam aiaiu ana territory is expressed by the number of its males twenty-one years of age and over, exclud ing the foreign born who have not become naturalized, but by this is not meant the actual number of voters in the several E. L. LAW THE WI...

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. — 9 May 1912

HERE'S WHERE VfiO 'GARDENING A A A a t.N.v For vour garden don't you need a whole lot of new tools? -.t i 1 T-N V 1 'A. I ' We have them. Uon t borrow your neignuur s. . We do not "go to seed" in our business, but keep up to date with all the reliable brands of hardware in abundance. "We have it." The Western Windmill Co. . fvj Pf C) tv C) o o o o o J c a u o SEWER Tl We have the rijjl UIW Ml l XX LVANIZED TANKS r froth: ;ind will make von r -j V L inH Atfnrire on them. Ask iiiv m i tw . 'y' I - - us ioc an esiimijjcu cum uii uic juw you are contemplating having done. 6) i"av. Their p'oplrcan well be proud of th"ir cond jet in Slaton. Tlif follow ir. lineups of the trans in tin.- Saturday mine wna given the Slatonite, and we are eertain that they Viil give inter esting disclosures: Tl,.. f..,., ... rm in t i.. Pat.- IlilT 1 !... !ia.t n. the lo-t III' JIMU I'MH .1 III HI' , I. ..,.!!.. .I.urri.. liive re, i 1 1 ete. (i f ! r. 14 f H r IM I 1 1 I" V I" " Hf'1 the State Department of ...

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. — 9 May 1912

URAN SEE US FOR PIERCE BROTHERS CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 onoooDooonononononoDonononoDODODODODOoo SCHOOL CLOSING Announcements FIRE INS R o a o a O a v O 5 You should let us supply your needs in Dress Ma- g g terials, Trimmings, Etc. We have just received an g additional stock of Lace Flouncing, Embroidery g o a Fluuncings, Handings, Edging and Fringes for trim- g g ming the sheer materials which we are showing, in g Linenweaves, Fancy and Plain Voiles, Bordered g S Batistes and Satine Cloths. V0 g 1 LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS o 50c per Dozen, Worth $1.00 per Dozen. g s Remember the cut prices we are making on Men's g SB Suits and buy from us. We save you from $2.50 tog 2 $7.50 per suit. g 9 ;:.; - -. IV '. i" I '4. W' sy ti'S it J Ol'w 3i Reduction In Millinery Prices BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, MAY 8111 AND C0NTINUIK6 EIGHT DAYS A o o o () W'c will ofYcr cveiyfninjrj tion This Urnll 5e44Miale good.i and I the greatest opportunity you will nave to purchase wlijlt ou need with a...

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. — 9 May 1912

T H 13 A V A LANO HE I l iaiMiri) KVBBV T!lt'IODAY HV TIIK A V A Ij A X C 1 1 K 1HJIU.ISII IXO CO. INOOHI'OKATKD EDITOR. JAMES L. IM)W, Entered at the Postofflce l Lubbock, Teiw, for trannmlsnlon throuKh the Mills m eeconrt cIm matter. SUHSCKII'TION RATES: (Strictly In Artnce) Sit Monthi 60c One Year 11.00 AvtKTtN KATit:-Locala 10 cenu per line each Insertion. Display ad vertlvlmenu ilB TwnU per ulnicle column Inch per week; aoeclal rates on ISumUKTM. tirda Tof thinks, resolutions, Obituarfcs, (other than wHttnboutielvei. 1 1-2 cent, per line Church advertUmenu, where riew nue'h derif ed I therefrom, 5cenU per line. Profession! card. 11.00 per month or iu per year u tm m t Business Office 14 rnor. Residence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1912 GETTING RESULTS A number of our exchanges undertake to poke fun at us by referring to Lubbock as the "railroad" town. They will awake some day from their Kip Van Winkle stunt to the realiza tion that we are the railroad j town of the west...

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. — 9 May 1912

I I A Betters A V JN i The Southw Telephone Farm Life The I. 5. Centut Bureau Reporter "No single factor has played ao great part in tha amelioration of the condition! of life on the farms of the United States at has the telephone." Are you receirinf the benefits of Rural Line Service? If not, write today. The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co, DM. Trial CS and if possible have a surplus in thf treasury. I,ast Monday those circles had a general "round-up" and reported one I hundred and five dollars and 'fifty cents on hand, besides monthly dues, which go to mis sions. So pleased were we with s. our success that we divided into five circles, each circle pledging dhree dollars or more per month Vr one year. This was done in I drder to have a steadv income f (n meet emergencies. Last I Fear we paid out nearly six hun dred dollars and hope to make it much more this year. Reporter. onoaoDODODoooDODonoDODoaoaoaoDoaoaoooco a o o o a o o o o o a o o o Church Notes f W ( will h trtui...

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. — 9 May 1912

Magnolia Petroleum Company motor OIL. GASOLIINK find KEROSIINE : : : i Telephone 354 H. BRADLEY. AKent I THE AVALANCHE rmLISIIKU KVKKY THUKHDAV BY THE AVALANCHE PUHL1HHINCS CO. INOOKl'ONATr.D JAMES L. IX) W, KDITOK. Eotered at the Postofflce t LuubocU, Texw. for transmission through the Malls as second class matter. One Year 11.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sn Months 50c Advbuhsinu iUtm: Locals IOcoiiU per Hue each Insertion. IMsp.ay- ad Tertlsements 15 cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments, where a revenue Is derived therefrom, 6 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 10 per year if paid In advance. business Office 11 Phones -t K).si(Jence 212 LUHBOCK, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY l'.'l'.' STEPPED ON TOES A number of our exchanges undertake to poke fun at us by referring to Lubbock as the "railroad" town. Thev ...

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. — 9 May 1912

onoaonooonoaoDononononononoDonoaononopoD:ononononoaononononononoDonoaonopoaoDonon o GRAIN, HAY, FI EEDS and COAL g o o a o o o o Our locrge stock insures you that y .a frhi want whfin vnn nmr in nur stnrA. If it can be had, we will have it. small receive prompt a.nd careful business, and your orders large or 3 a o o o a LUBBOCK EAST BROADWAY AND COAL CO PHONE 194 oaoDODoaoaoDODODonoaonoaoDoaoaoaoooDODo:aoaooooooQaoDODoaoaoDoaoDosoaoQOQoaoaoQo OU fVllI ll&l Wtl 1 AW I I M Mi M to ! I 3 1 J 1 u o u o (J () (J () u n J. 1 ) 1 ) J f Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association The Marshall town Iliiiriry Com pany, of Marshalltown, Iowa, has lieen granted a permit t !o business in Texas with principal offices in Austin; capital stock Kern iile has v .to-J fr tin issuance f .?:, ooo in bond to expend (1 in street improve ments. A two t hoiar. 1 acre farm near Columbus sold recently f r a con; !.'ra"'o;i of . 1 . M . The Ilaz'! Mine, ,..-at.'l n'.r Van Horn, wi...

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