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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 May 1912

TH K A V A u A N O I I K I'rilLI.'IIED KVKIIV Tlll'mlMY DV THE A V A FjA NCI I K I'UHLIHH INU CO. I.SXHiKl'OHATKU y JAM KS L. DOW Entered at the Po to flee t Lubbock Tmm. for tran.vntolon through the MHn as ocoml clas matter. One Year Sl.ou SirilSCKIl-riON KATES: iStrictly tn Advance! SH Months 50c ad . i!-r.M rrw-!ii 10 eufit m-r line each Inxertlon. Display vcrUsements IS rents per single column Inch per week; special rates on contract. Cards of thanks resolution. Obituaries (other than wrlttcnby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advert sments where a revenue Is derived therefrom .1 cent per line professional cards 1100 per month or 110 per year If pld In advance. Phonos Business Office 14 Residence 21 LUBBOCK TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY .' lj'ltj LURP.OCK NEEDS COURT MOUSE an Lubbock county has reached a abearance ot activity to see A If Will K I'Jl rniu vii A BUSY TOWN It cives the entire town of i point wnere a new court nouse i3 absolutely necessary. The present building is no l...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 9 May 1912

cocccccccccoccco V Tin and Sheet metal Work US' fO I am prepared to do any kind of work In this line and at very reasonable prlccjLjCll kinds jrtf .rCpilr work 8 8! o ( () () 8 done on short notice. (Jive me a trial. (let my price before placing your orjlCr clfcwhirer : : : THE ACME TIN SHOP 5 Shop Enst Side Square M. R. USLEAMAN.I Proprietor Phone 136 ocococcoccccccoccc Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges run I from Flovdada when his teami; rnn at a distance. good speed for a short; He jumped out with the above results. 15. P. Garrison bought the Ponnie residence in northeast Halls this week and has moved his family to same Mr. Ponnie moving to his tarm southeast CROSHY Crty1in ltvw-w W. F. Hudson of the Hudson Brothers ranch south of Kmma was a caller at the Review office this week and tells us that they delivered a hunch of steers last week and will deliver 100 cowa this week to Lubbock buyers. Now that the ground has a good season and the time has come for planting cotton...

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

Strawberries And Fresh We are receiving fresh shipments of nice Fresh Vegetables and Strawbferr the stock is fine. Trade with us and get the best on the market uive us your oraers now. i 1WI1ES 310 AND 122 MARTIN Sc COTT Vereta raanyana WOL I have now block on So pared than furniture tin A. lllSSItle)t moi'ed4o miA I T uU.ide of So jr. j rtr Deore l I M 1 I 1 M m i ew quarters in the brick 2 uand am better pre 2 to subpft your needs in the g )J: : : BINSON SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Classified Ads. For Sftf-Alabama Wonder Cotton See See Ollie Wilki- flon or pKo&fZ82. 41 tf For Saletjvo Kood mares with vounK cms. See A. N. Lewis. Lubbflc Texas. 42-tf For Sali quarter sectiol eieht mile9 oi bargain. Apt r trade -1 wo lof patented land .ubbock. at a at this ottice. 41 4t For Sale -3030 yuddle gun. Cheap for cash jhrXill trade for anything of equkalue. Apply at this office. Y 41 It For Sa One roll desks. heater. office house one See A. Lbr. Co. bargain two office ytfot blast safe two lare wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

OP J I THE LUBBOCK AVALAWCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 16 1912 NUMBER 5 OLUME XII SOUTH PLAINS SUMMER NORMAL THE NEXT BIG EDUCATIONAL LATTER PART MANY WILL ATTEND FROM NEIGHBORING JOHNS Strong Faculty Chosen Some Time Aro Will Make It a Great Suc- cess Town People Should Co-Operate With Management. The next real big educational event to take place in our city is the South Plains Summer Nor- mal which will begin May 2Sth. and continue till June 11th. The people of L.ubbock have been treated to a genuine educa- tional feast this week in the closing exercises of the Lubbock schools at the High School build- ing and as soon as it is over they should all pull together to make the normal the most suc- cessful session of that institu- tion that the Plains country has evf r had. Lublnxrk people can do it and all they need to know- is what to do and we expect to relate a few things below that will help to make this event the greatest of the age. Co-operation is the key that u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

0 IN G NT I N U D 4 TWerrilyOn E d: SA Owing to the fact that manvjjfoqr goods ofuered early are arriving late we will continue our Sale one week longer CLOSING JgOTUKyAY MAY 25th. DO NOT FORGET TKPOfilutllTY TO BET A FINE WILLOW PLUME FREE as we are still issuing ticketsvith each purchase amounting to $2.00 and will do so until Friday Even- ing May 17th. Rememberlne date. Sale closes SATURDAY MAY 25th WHieelock's Dress Shop Selecting Seed The following information was prepared by . the Agricultural Intention Department of the A. & M. College of Texas: In growing kaffir corn and mi!o maize fall preparation of tne land is preferable to spring plowing. Deep plowing is better than shallow plowing because it encourages deep rooting. F'all broke land should be planted to some winter cover crop. If no winter cover crop is planted the soil should be harrowed during the winter months. For good yields three to five pounds of seed to the acre is suffcient if the seed are of good quality. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

ff WHEN YOU USE FLOUR USE THE BEST. When Flour gives F:ntire Satisfaction there isgieat indication that it contains quality that pleases. We have been selling the same braooriflour for fyfote time the celebrated j- and we find that our customers fers are being filled every day. WE WILL AJrfaEplATE YOUR MARDE u&ur f A I . J I I I n A nmA JUl MUCK IS WCII CICCICU i.lSC. CUIL.iJIl tCy-UUIUI UCI VVI1CLIICI IUIv Ul 3111111 trade of the Lubbock trade tiritor11 or(rs m tyvntelryere 7"'! J ' ' fl f cari.jiiiouroraersivneiner larre pr smu. we solicit me rancn PHONE 243 SPIKE r': SON SOUTH SIDE SQUARE TEXAS EDUCATIONAL NOTES legislature that the constitution ; dorsed. 1 be amended to permit ineorpor- : mkthod ok aim'oixtmknt LAZARUS IN THE FIELD f Hint of TV I VVhfr':i U Sheriffs Sale mintv "f tnMMh: irt nt an oritur "f ml' IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP L.n-1 Educational interests in Texas are Being Well Cared for Measures Recommended. ated cities and town to levy a Another resolution whs di. PrPi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

I i i ...... A table set with bright dainty new China is the pride of the good housewife. Three times a day you go to the table so let your China ware be inviting. Food tastes better when served from beautiful China ware. If you don't think ours is pretty come see. The Western Windmill Co. 4 Sheriffs Sale Crops in the Panhandle the homeseckers who will come; five tons of alfalfa or from one The excellent outlook for crops amonj? us during the summer j fourth to one-third of a ton of on the plains coupled with Uie land fall what it is possible to do. broomcorn. These yields are drouths that have nrevailed in here when usinjr up-to-date ! within the ranpe of any farmer many sections of the country ! methods of farming. who is favorably situated and durintr the past two or three sea- Whatever the season may le ; who uses the latest and most an- sons and the extreme winter that from now on there will doubtless proved methods of farming has in many instances damaged ' be many farmers ove...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

1 Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges DAWSON ftewami f'.rtjnry N.wr K. V. Hancock and family have moved back to I.amesa from Post City and have located just west of town. Dr. Elliott was called to Ui Monday evening to attend a boy at Judge Dillard's place who had met with what was thought to be a serious accident by being thrown from a wagon. When the doctor left the boys bedside he was resting well. Commissioners Court meets Monday in regular session. We understand there have been some new developments in the public road controversy and the matter will be given attention by the court. Altera long illness Mr. E. L. Tidwell died at (' p. m.. last Sat- urday. Mav 4 lf12. Death came to relieve our beloved! friend and brother from his in- tense suffering and t lwe who ' were with brother Tidwell dur-l ing the last days and nights.'j bear witness to the fact that i when the call came it found him' prepared anil ready. Prother Tidwell suffered much and long but through it all his n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

If Voiu' "!. lipendsilble Tank: Ur anytmnP; in tiw icn or bnceiiiYietai lino: inis is me wnoie siory iook ior quality firsthand psfce secdnd alitad prices are both right at my shop. J Jo. LER Tinner v County Seat Election Lockney Tex. May 10. -An election has been called by the County Judge of Floyd county as a result of a petition of more than two hundred of the qual- ified voters of the county des- ignating: June 8th as the date on which removal of the county seat of Floyd county will bgfwas here the firsdof this week voted on. No place is doaft nated in the petition ff'the location of the county saart but it seems to be the genial senti- ment that it will benoved to the center of the county. One of the hottest fights in the history of the Plains country- will take place. The citizens of this section are solid for re- moval and are going into the contest with a determination to win. It takes only a ma- jority votetniove the county seat to $eVen jer of the county. ttnic Sink Motion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

; () Om. C. Wolffisrth Pres. W. A. Carlisle Vlce-Pre. A. O. Hunt Cashier 5. R. Pierce At t. Cashier SOUTH PLAINS SUMMER NORMAL No. 8208 li () j t Report of the Condition of THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of LUBBOCK TEXAS capita A and SURPLUS $120000.00 ) () () 8 () () () ( () () K l () () ( RESOURCES Ioanft and Discounts U. S. Bonds and Premiums Furniture and Fixture Redemption Fund Ranking House Real Estate Cah and Rxchenge - SH4 Total A CONDENSED ANNINERSARY AF WANT YOUR BUSINES COURTEOUS TREATMENT ASSUR I 95 AO A I V.. I J I I I All .6... 45.482.97 If -V. 8724.41 epo.F.yy.eyi j STmMENT ATi r If LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100000.00 Surples and Undivided Profits . 30099.63 eolation JL 25000.00 Bills Payable 30000.00 f. V. Deposits JL.tL $214462.61 Tottl ji $.W9562.24 THE C10SE Ci BUSINESS MAY 6TH 1912 OVE STATEMENT IS CORRECT A. G. HUNT. CASHIER Below will be found the Amount ot Deposits on our Anniversaries since organization of this bank May 6th 1906. DEPOSITS May 6th 1907 $ 78769.58...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

(Glassware v (Queens waSre xChinaware lust received a big line o ttillso wares andnvite thXladiesSJlhe city and the Li I have fust received ity and the Lubbock d sbe these fiew goodsl A Complete stock to select from. trade territory to call at my store - . mm . . I The celebrat VAIUACHINA 6Pobatello Fatern) lIso J. &G. ME IMPORTED QUEENSWAR.E. Much of this ware is excellent for hand palntinA and ire ijb yuu cy wore yuu win pui liiqsci b nave cvci y iiiiiih hi nuusc '' ! i THE MOUSE FURNISHER- furnishings and most cordially invite you to c e and L. . WRf P WEST SlltX SQUARE PHONE 241 mt sec. Society Items BY MRS. D. KOBINSON 'home of Mrs. May 22nd. McWhorter on THURSDAY AFTERNOON CLUB Mesdames Cate and McOee were hostess at the Thursday Afternoon Club at the home of the latter Mav l)th. There were ten tables and eleven games were played. Sev- eral of the ladies tied for high score. TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB OR- GANIZES BOY'S CLEAN-UP CLUB The Twentieth Century Club at its regular me...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

IB T H E AVALANOH H ITBLIMI KD KVKHT TIlt llKDAT II Y TH 10 A V A Tj A NC 1 1 K PUHLISIIINO CO. I.NCOWI'OHATKD JAM KS L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at tl.o Potttofflce at Lubbock Teiu for transmission through the Malts as r"crifl claM matter. One Tear tt 00 SUUSCKII'TION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sit Months 50c A DVEimxiNu Katfr: Locale 10 centi per line each Insertion. Display- ad TertlM-mrnU IS ccnU per ftlngle column Inch per week; pedal rate on year cc.itrarU. Card of tlianka resolutions Obituaries (other than wrlttenby ourMlvcs. 2 1-2 cents per lire. Church advertlsmenu where a revenue Ih derived therefrom 5 rents per line. Professional cards (1.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phonos LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY MAY lfi un DOES IT PAY No doubt the readers of this paper have noticed before this time the scarcity of the real es- tate men's ads in the Avalanche. Only a very few of the number whoare in business in Lubbock are represented in the columns of this paper. They sa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

.:" PEOPLE ARE CONFIDENT Believe Mr. West Will Build the Altus Lubbock "and Roswell Encountered Obstacles. "LOOKS BETTER DON'T IT?" Of crffrse itlhes and will ear twe as n ldfr dream I say: u ROdFT UONQ E R PAIRED wmi . " i J We.wjp figure On your Yhf sen ymu ine paiivrana rw do yiur own paioJrig. t A telegram received from W. W. West by J.. M. Elliott Wed- nesday says the former has been called unexpectedly to St. Louis and for that reason can not get here this week. He is busy however in perfecting all the details of inaugurating work on the A. R. & E. P. line. It is A Wrong Impression To Th Alanch: Lubbock Tex. May 13. In listening to the many comments upon Governor Colquitt's speech here a few weeks ago. I find that a majority of the people have a very wrong impression with reference to the State railroad and the treatment of the con- victs during the construction of said railroad. The writer feels that he knows a great deal more about I the survey and construction of this r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

I COAL GRAIN MAY ELD a o a o a o a o a o a o a J Our laLi-de stock insures you that yoUHvill get whpfyouwant wh ome to our store. a o It. . m mwr k r . - y egaDorecte votxi: Dusmess ixi r orders large or 11 11 www umm w ' ' ----- 1 " -i. b : W "-to V o small receive proinpi anw taciui vm a o a BOCK GRAIN OAL CO. O a o n .J9 PHONE 194 O a EAST BROADWAY noPOPOnODOOODODODODOOOPOOOPOroDOPOPOPOP Jpu V1 fx 1 i LUB r 7 f If you have a nfte mare to b the reason; S20 W with reu mare show to 6 w ith fnal. DON'T FORGET ZOLA REX NO. 2349 STANDS AND MRED freat combination ies hore bred by t. f:all of Dallas. on. ir.RMS $I5.(K) s; S.iimki due wnen Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association c x y tf Vff thN aon. ir.RMS $15.(10 iw prijwicjtes; s.mi uuc nni REUBEBN x ff mm i in" mo sli Nine ikid 1 0.110. iiiWM THE PURE BRED HA AND HALF BLACK SRfllSH A combination of Anlor. with white point TLU MS If you have a mare you are to drive or a Ms Mack mule Thi .tallion and (nek w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges TERRY COUNTY ty County Herald: Mr. A. P. Seitz ia down from bbbock looking after his farm d stock one mile north of imoz. . Joe Lane came in from Lub- Ick and other points Friday mere he had been in the inter- k. of his stock and ranch busi- B9. Mr. J. E. Fitzgerald and his the Brownfield-Lubbock end of the mail route and if they do they intend carrying same on autos. If the deal goes through this will be a great help even to the people in Yoakum county as it will put them in Lubbock at least four hours earlier. M. V. Brownfield returned from Gray County this week where he went to look after his large ranch interests. He re- ports good rains and every tighter Miss Olga. came in nm Lubbock last week. We j thing looking lovely f pleased 'to have her with us I ain after her lengthy visit to latives and friends in Haskell Ivectwater and Lubbock. Also ad to hear of her speedy recov- from her recent severe ill- GAINES COUNTY TO BUILD AUTO ROAD At...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 16 May 1912

I Classified Ads. ! I CL 'i r'OR SLBAW iama wonder Cotton Seed. yfe Ollie Wilki- son or phonej2. 41 tf FOK SAUCREAP-One full blooded Jerseirmale calf. See H. T. Kimbnvjv . . .45 2t leather harirx bugsry. Se -fo MB. r v .in of nnH Vhorter. 45-tf Clerk's Quarterly Report. Tabular Statement of J. A. Wilson County Clerk of the in debtedness expenditures and receipts of Lubbock County Texas for the quarter ending May 14th 1912. JURY FUND FIRST CLASS DR. CR. Balance last quarter.. .! $ 512.15 To amount receievd during; quarter 735.82 By amount paid out during quarter Ex $ 160.00 By 2 1-2 per cent commission on am't r'c'd . .; 18.40 By 2 1-2 per cent on com. on am't paid out ... 4.00 Amount to balance 1065.57 For SAjLEf'-Span of good young mules t'ell notched good Lewis workers. xf-tf& A. N. L Bowman Lr vr Company. m "fc v follVV UingsD m la re A 0 m 45 tf One desk' heater office bui house on See A. Lbr. Co LE Kt a bargain. top Weak two office table one hot blast e iron safe two ne lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE V LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23 1912 NUMBE3 6 OLUME XII. LUBROGK HIGH LAST WEEK ROUNDED Ull DEPARTMENTS RENDERED SPLENDID PROGRAMS The School Hai Been a Great Success This Year Having Advanced Most Satisfactorily and Now Stands in a Class With the Highest in This Section As stated lat week Miss Brown's Music Class and Miss Word's Expression class opened the commencement exercise of the 191 1 and 191 2 session of the Lubbock High Schools and this was one of tb most pleasing parts of the entire week of ex- ercises and the parts executed by the pupils of these ladies shows very conclusively that fKoir inst ructions have leen !lv rendered and that each pupil is interested in his or. her work. The program of the evening follows: i M.lx l.arry 1 T (1 r"r'if!i"r.n T"a. rarba'V K.'h fa-hart. H.-r..M- K.mhr.. t"l I H I i man i I ill. Harrtor 4. RilfPir.. T wiran Slirtr S Vt lo Slaaurk. Ma-in o.r-Ml M.trrl A.lama V.l Hrlllianlaln a fat minor Hmirf k imhm T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

All the While And Still They Go. 4 j of the $!.( OpWe.yfilljrtiiey last Roinj? at only 60c. Ladies' Ulack Mose excellent quality only c. very best eveVfoSA'AiJfuI Muslin Gowns choice stock 79c. Fine Serpentine Crepe Klmonas' In Chamosette Gloves Ladies' Vests the very all the standard colors $2.00 vaTue forfc 1139; New shipment of White Duck Mats the late Ideas and styles all go In this sale AT COST and many oUferQpoeyVavinK Bargains. r 9i Right in Style UHEELOCK'S DRESS SHOP I i 1 Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges DAWSON COUNTY DawMm County Nnri: This secHon of the country j?ot a nice rain Monday nijjht and Tuesday morning. Not a heavy rain but a gentle downpour that went right down where it will do! proportion are boys and jrirls we the most good. It did a world j di( not )earn . e j 111 ma lj v lr t'auJiyi u Precinct No. 2. He reports a total number of children over seven and under seventeen years of ape the first of next September of 132. Just what The Santa Fe track be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

ononononoooDonoDODODonoDonoDononoDononoo:ononononoDononoDODODonoconononoDonononcn I IE? A TO MAY OTFJJflC 'F.F.1D) and COAL 3 u mm mm im. m a i i a i m . m w v x x. u a a. a a vat vmaVa .am aaa aaar- - U S o o 3 O U O U 0 U o u o u Our large stock insures you th ill cat What vou want when vou come to our store. If it can be had. we will have it. appreciate your business and your orders large or small receive prompt ond careful :tthtipn. : : : : : v u 3 A'lN AND COAL C B EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 o l jonoaononoaoDODononononononoDODoaoqoDono:nonoooooDonoDODononoaononononoaonoDonono LUBB O IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP Is the place to get a First-class Hair cut. Shave and Shampoo r anything in the line of tonsnri.ll work. Courttwius treatment to all. Your trade is tP(l unon he merits of the . ( . irkmanshif.. AVst sid sipiare .wbUx-k Tex MAI II IVC. ' I inu L.I I vj ;r. Kamsey 1'emocratic candi- lam prepared ta doy4iauling ol 1 date for governor of Texas any kind. All wlrk Vntrmted to1 made a str...

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