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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

PROFESSIONAL LY. C M.MIA LLKXUKK 1JF.NTJST Office First NaAal Bank Bld'g. Teleplu) No. 209 Lubbock Tttxa DR. It. J. Physician an Office at Phones o trice Lubb a... 7 ALL Sl'KOKoN Iruif Store residence k Texas DRS. HUTCHINSON and I'KKHLtiK J. T. HUTcJllsON. m. n. Eye Ear N .anrI Throat. O. F. PEI .ER. M. n. Genc-ral MediiTiie anil Surgery. Room in First National Rank Bld'jf LUBBOCK. TEXAS. Judge Ramsey's Reply (continued from page 3) foot of the state railroad that I turned down the offer of $"0 000 tendered by the people () 1 1 of Crockett to build the line into never authorized the whipping) that hi8tonc city and woud: of any man: never consented to u0.0 u ... ...fF.A.f i W the whipping of any man and ; e nus built it into Talestine. !' never knew that a single convict tua ufl0 f nraAaaaanr n W engaged in the construction of ! he forKet3 t0 say if ind;ed he this line of road was whipped j knew th f t that t; ; mueea. duc a smaii pan oi mejand that of my a9sociate9 in de. road was b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

it 8 I Martin's Bakery Wagon Starts Monday W O ( ( I wish to announce to the people of Lubbock that I have purch one of the mosLifp-to-date bakery wagons in the State and HLGINNINO nON- DAY MAY 27th I will begin delivery of bread oanvthfng akery line tttwny part of the city. It Is my Intention to make everything as con- venlent for the housewives of Lubbock as uy breadAfim the bakery because it is not convenient to come to town after it. I propose to remove this cause and want to. breadlQkej'jnid pies in your home that was ever offered you before and you can buy any quantity you want and have it d OR.D'aBa MY BAKING My bread and other products of the bakery hlgheargrade madn yln Amedrtoday. I riice h&ifJand pastry c REAM ETC. I use the highest grades of materials which with my ex perlence of many years and tne best e tee I an procruce pastry of the most delicious varieties. II I exnect to carrv on mv waeon auj!lJiy oT icecream ai and deliver at any time of thodray you wJrfTi. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

i THE AVALANCHE I l HLlHIir.D BVRHV TIIVRrDaT HV TIIK AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INCOKIOKATED CO. JAMES L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at the I'ontoffica at Lubbock Tern for trannmlMlon through the MalU u second claw matter. One Year 11.00 SUIISC'KIITION RATES: (Strictly lu Advance) Sli Montht 50c A pviRTiHiMtt Raju: Locals 10 centa per line each Insertion. Display ad Te nine menu 16 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 fi cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23 1912 "TEXAS" IS LAUNCHED Greatest Dreadnought Ever Built by U. S. Navy Touches Water the First Time Saturday New Port News. Va. Mav IK. -The battleship "Texas" the greatest dreadnaught that has ever been constructed by the navy of the Unit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

REMOVAL NOTICE We are this week moving our Grocery Stock into the new Mercantile Building where we will be better pre- oiurstor oared to handle your orders for groce and better equipment; and hope tha with a nice order for groceries whi past to give our customers the hicrh standard and we feel con vou will become a recrular Custom Mercantile Building on the South Side of the Square hlf)ve have ever been in the past. We will have more room and soeiis in our new location and will favor us re. WQjjvnll endeavor in the future as in the viceTSossible. Our stock will be kent ud to a tibat lfou wilLgive us your order once that & J RemertfCer our location in the Lubbock f PHOHE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK. TgAS rt cns'lmuchUti The Modern Silo it in the yard or rack. When solid hunch of profits. It's hard In tin following series of ar- the whole of the crop is render- tide" we hope to give our read- cd available as succulent palata- ers some information on the silo ble feed. There is so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

R HATS l L. rA a npw sKinment of MID-SUMMER HATS. new and all the wanted shapes are represented in my stock. oDoortunitv if vou fail to buy one now. I will be at my am of- fering you exceptional bargains in all my hats and yoi r selections before I move to our new location. o d stand another weeK. tome now n LARA ABINEY MRS. THEATRICAL ASSOCIATION Formation of the Western Co-Op-erative Theatrical Association Met in Lubbock Yesterday The circuit is composed of the following towns: Tulia Plainview. Lubbock Snyder Sweetwater and Cole- man. J. S. Bonner Schick Opera House riainview. was elected chairman of meeting. House called to or at 4:25 p. m. Mr. H. S. Ford Olympic Opera House Tulia. was elected sec- retary. The details of a successful plan to co-operate were suc- cessfully discussed and evtry phase of the subject was taken into consideration for the pur- pose of raising higher the moral theatrical standard csnecially throughout our circuit. By means of this conservative co-operati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

Rural Items County New from Variotin Source management of Prof. SI.1DB ITRMS As there is no one who writes from this community I thought perhaps I'd tell a few happen- ings. Weather fine and everybody busy farming. J. A. Cannon attended court duties a' town last week. A Mr.yCougbran was in our community gathering steers for Pierce Brothers the early part of last week. Several of our people at- tended the Mollie Bailey show at Lubbock Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Kllison has been' on the sicK list but we are glad ! to report that she is much 1 better. j Jim Mabry had business in I Lubbock Wednesday. 1 Our daily mail line is sure haulintr the passengers. A good rain is badly needed) at this time. Mrs. C. S. Gardner visited home folks north of town last j week. The school closed Friday ' a must satisfactory term under; I the Grant. We see Walter Kurford rid- ing through his wheat on a slide occasionally. Mr. Maupin of Lubbock drilled a new well for J. C. Standefer last week. Tom Canncn left fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

THE AVALANCHE n-DLisnrD icvkiiy tbuusday iy THE AVALANCHE PUHI.ISHING CO. INOOHI-OKATEI) EDITOR. JAMKS L. DOW Entered at tl.e 1'ostofflee t Lublwck Texas for trannlsslon throuich the MI1h an second class matter. One Year ll.CH) srHsciurrioN ratks: (Strictly in Advanes! - Sit Month 50c A PVKHTiriN Katm: Locals 10 cent per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertisementA 1ft cent per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thank resolutions Obituaries (other than wrlttenbv ourselves. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church advertlfiinents where ' a revenue Is derived therefrom ft cents per line. Professional cards 1.00 per month or 10 per year If paid In advance. Phones ) Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23. 1U2 A MUSICAL FELLOE At the bottom of the program of the Praetorian entertainment at Plainview held last Saturday evening was the following leg- end: "Oh how we need a band." We were also impress- ed with this statement very strongly too ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

r : ALL THE ttSLtd of the irmJtow and a A more trn Itfhe in ourpaint. W of n ruatiyi anyhad or tint. IVeeaiiUell yi as much or itle a 4 yoiwiuire. OFMJJfH EMS TRIBUTE TO THE WEST Jake Wolters Pays Glowing Tri- bute to the West Democracy is Found Here. "Tonight I conclude my cam- paign in West Texas. I may he pardoned for calling attention to the fact that I have accomplish- TVr If mnr rmnffti In thi rrtlm of th afJintrf thin III MhT illwnw put toother anil uriliUrtw lnt Irm jrrara waa iftNr4 hi hr inrurarrir. M a (real m.injr y-'ttm iW'ln iirnniHiniTd It a in Mint and prvwrirVri l''L r mrllin ami by rwf. rly falllnff to run with 1- U irr.am.At. prtmmitirtf it InmrMblr. s.-!mrv haa iJ '.m I In h. I f jaf! ilutlKiai illa- m. ard tli'f'-f' n I Nlll"'"al Irniliwut. II ill a I'.itarrh I i V nfni-fiirr-j- F W rhrny A ( I . ril'ln. t la iii oiitr I 'atitilUml rur na) tl.- mirKi't. It ilMk'ii H'lrnijr. In ffy.4''i 'A ilr.rn to a Iimk il. It ar-ilirvrUi ij BWiwid iimI ni'imin aurfu nr III 't...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

a r FIRST QUALITY TO0L5 TERSEST In SEE OUR STOCK '1 . This is U . It does not pay to buy poor tools. They not only "go wrong" but aggravate the man who uses them. .f You will lose your temper if you use poor tools; but you won t lose your temper it you use our tools because they are properly tempered. We have the "edge" on the hardware business in this town because we sell the best and do not overcharge those who give us their confidence. The Western Windmill Co. cocoooooooooooooooooooccSooooooooooooooo oTHE GOOD X will be upon us soon. 5f balmv climate. 5omt tinidsiot e OkX SUMMER TIMEo It l& then that you Heed a x or to supply yoiu g yourself with a livestock) we wave man lucrh of raireianK e ithXvater rfecth calm day sin thi it turn your windmill. er foTiouse use your garden. v sure wav is to provuie o o o o o o o o o o o o GAA'ANIZmyTANK W IF M thSc &Ivp th. nmbiHtn. e aan miike one or a dozen lor you ana w v--r- - 7T- - - O make them any sizeshape or weiftnt you nugni w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

1 1 m w 1 i 1 T1 Texas industrial ruics Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association llouston-The International eat Northern Railway is re- icintr the light rails on its e between Valley Junction and rings with heavier steel; it also proposed to replace the Is on the line between San itonio and Laredo with better iteriaL Houston -The P.usiness men this city have devised plans the construction of ware- uses to accommodate the com- L cotton crop. Houston -The Kller Wagon ctory has been conducting ex- isive improvement amounting .fSO.000 in order to double its parity. llouston-The largest shovel ndle factory in the world has Aj'j secured for Houston by the illness league. The Com- V - : panv's branch factory at Sher- man will also move to this city. Hillsboro-The Colonial Trust Company has been organized in this city with a capital stock of $1000000. Five hundred thousand of the stock is owned by local people. Orange-Work has been start- ed on the extension of the Orange & Northw...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 23 May 1912

: : : : If you want to diroe of any of your property call at our office and give us a list of what you have for sale or exchange. We have surprised some by finding them a buyer. Let us surprise you. At any time when you are in town call at our office and let us talk hnainesa Hava for sale this week a fine home on Broad- way. Get busy and find out how easy it is to own such an up-to-date home. A fine proposition to offer on well located business lot it won't be with us long. Have 320 acres of land in Yoa- kum county to trade for automo- bile. If you have any residence lots close in to trade call at our office. If you own property of any de- scription in Lubbock county you would like to place in our hands to render for taxes we would be glad to give the matter our careful attention. 160 acres of fine land five miles from town can be bought at right price. 640 acres ten mires from Lub bock $11.00 per ere. a A dandy hornf on South Sineer Directory OFFICIALS CongresW. R. Smith. Senator-W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE les 3 it u ume'xii. BUCK II 1BOE0 DING TO BEGIN WITHIN TEN DAYS AND TRACK LAYING WILL FOLLOW CLOSE BEHIND ITER H. OENISON LMDS ... n u.. C:.- f 'ell " Upera'.ion uy niji ui firl.nn- nf CrMintrv-Lubbock the m--"r I!l Railroad Men Moving Here - e Ilany of our readers have been ! lt'Iking diligent inquiry of us as : he railroad situation with re- i ... I mV.k.U.T.vV.o line. 1 1 in uir iji.'"'. .t .. .... .Mk hnv n . -c;u i re is something o.-u'-r com-. -- We now have the desired stmeti-n work and a laro force rrr.ati..n. The l.ubbock-Tex- "t men wnl be put to wr. lin js to be b.nlt and that irn-' Ti.e beginmng "t tas worK d.ately. The extract is let m- if a great el for Lubbock Igradingis begin within amv way and .t wh have .hvs-AT H'BF.OCK. .atend.-r.ev to emulate every .Ye are informed that Walter prison Secured th- cntraot - degrade the entire distance .... . -ri... ..:.... I-. I II T' nu-n. in- ' rruies. hip vf 'tor the work to begin Mitnm rhimeans that there ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

New White Lingere Coat Waists. White Skirts in New Hodels. White Hats. Wliftd Hose. White Bags. White Parasols (f I R and Q Fine Figure Building Corsets WHEELOCK'S DRESS SHOP THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Rev. J. W. Hunt returned Wednesday from Aspermont where he assisted the local pastor in a successful revival meeting. He aided in raising quite a nice sum of mnev tonav off a church debt there and delivered a lecture for the .Missionary So-1 Lorenzo done herself proud (SVnttlirersl!rn.iraif5''i a""t lm Satury in he w-v of v'v- ' " " ' injr her first puMic entertainment and there was about ltX'O peo- IMPERIAL BAR3ER SHOP -- T!- suke.'ikiP was iirst in order Is the place to yet a First-class when 11. K. Smith delivered the Hair cut. Stive r.d Shampoo line of I'lt'U'iius Your TT- i soHcited uiti the merits of Ui4 workmanship. West side sipiare. Lubbock Tex roruft at lent iy K. dockrell WINDOW GLAS E CyT.?FjWTOU (I iiyViii f Don't forut ofr'nf Ufe Picture I ' r a m i n e yf ryiyktr A....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

J I Grain lFielcl Seeds And We can supply you with any of these necessities and our prices are as low as consistent with good business methods DOWNING & HILL j pLENNDILLARD. OLD STAND AT THE MILL PHONE 324 J Coal . -7 'W AD SEWING MACHINE FERED FOR THE MONEY t ma 'OUR SPECIAL" DROP HI GREATEST VALUE EVER Hiirh riA mndcLwith all the newest improvements such as automatic nVhf 'Uer iH threading shuttle and tension release. The woodwoTK IsWlished tuVter sawed oak; Ave drawer cabinet com plete set steel atMkchmckt'yinl accessories Ave years (luarantee . "' E.e Machines are delivered to any part ot i for this price or placed aboard the cars nt them shipped to you. Write us your ider. It win receive proinpi aueniion. TTh TTTtT TTTi TT T TTTTHn THEHOUSF; 1L. o. WKIIUOI 16.95 CASH the east aide of the street and the sidewalk will probably be finished by the last of this week. The sidewalk is being laid lrom four and a half to five and a half if you i FURNISHER. a in the interest of his c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

THE AVALANCHE 11BLIHIIF.D EVKRT THl'KSDAV BY THE AVALANCHE PrjlJL.IHIIING INfOHI'OM ATED CO. JAM KS L. IXJW. EDITOR. Kntered at the Posiortlce at Lubtxx'k Tim for transmission through the Mills as second class matter. v SIHSL Kll'l lt)N U AT KS- One Year 11.00 (St.rletly in Advancs) Six Months 5tc AdvkktiMnu iJatks: Locals lncrnts ptT 1 1 tit each Iiim rtidii. Display- ad viTtlsfnu'iils IS cents per single column lncli pnr week: special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wriltenhv ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church aiivrt laments where a revenue Is derived therefrom ; cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or til) per year if paid In advance. Phones business Office 11 Resilience 242 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 3D 1912 MISTAKEN 1DENITY The Houston Post takes the politeness shown by the Panhan- dle prohibitionists to Governor Colquitt and Col. Wolters as an evidence cf their intention to support these two gentlemen but the Post ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

'Automobile HTir Use OOQDYE Wo Vinvn inst rprpived a new shiDinent EAR AUTO TIRES and you now have an op- the market. Sunnlies of all kinds can be portunity to supply your car with the h a had at our garage and remember we do Acnizing and all other repair work. : : phillips bradley PHILLIPS BROTHERS GARAGE ----- i-j.- - land oft) RHONE 353 onL n yo an awai n Si er p I. J 'In .0 .0 !0 nt 21 lerl It lad boo I u on E 4 & 4S n mi cted J iboroY othtf 'l '.'( . r . atisf 7 Jally I-TEi SADDLES AND HARNESS I wish to call your attention to my Saddle and Har- ness Department and in doing so I will state that my stock isJJieyiost complete in the city. I have a jrood hush saddles vocwajfl Mere no noi oroer a rVn lirnw before invetiratin; I als( have a good stock of oods of various kinds. I WANT TO TRADE FOR SciE SECOND HAKD SiOOLES W R G H T i u J il 2 1 R K I! NEWNO Voican irir what tr-wl.tVl frVti IIIIT ol J my stou and lV harnis anil IeaVerl ' Eastern Star Meeting In response to invitati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

LAW AND LICENSE lly Mrs. Nannie W. Curtis President State V. C. T. U. and kicked to death thousands of our lives but he is a long- eared tough-hided deadly ani- mal for he stands at the feed- Should Bnie one ask hat j lurks in the alrhoc drinks and 1 10 hfl9 R0 fat ar loek is law?" I fancy many answers results in death murder suicidejand strong that he difus law from many sources and com-: poverty and I iwlessness a thous- j country man and God. ments of on same would result. :and fold more than meni-iiriris. ! M.nv Stura i-.. since we stand appalled nt th' ! Women are crying -V- .l.l .1 I i . - . recent iragotnes ami me nagrani iiom.'s death of love ones begging for protection; disregard of law. Most of us will agree the law is a rule of action for the sup pression of wrong and the pro- tection of right -or at least should he. If we should ask "What is license?" Some would answer: It is liberty ; some would say it is purchased privileges and some would say it is purchased protectio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

Dependable Tank If Li Want a Or anything in the Tin or Sheet Metal line? This is the whole story look for quality first and price second. Quality and prices are both right at my shop. J. D. PEELER Tinner Looking Backward ! Adam and K-e started in life on The recent "announcement of j the hank of the Euphrates t hey the Federal lens Uureau. indi-!"cre more abundantly suppled ating that Texas ha less than with fruit tree than the averse one fruit tree per capita cause- Texas ct..ens today .ml .iter a feeling of disappointment to four thousand years of c.vihza- .u .... ;iii .nP.mPition we look backward and find reminiscent. It will be recalled that when ourselves retrograding in Texas so far a the fruit industry is f IN( Mr. Mil II mT I I K M M rviin :miw nmi r A. w AT Wmw nor. : WINDMILL I nm nrrDart'ri to can build your to 7 - i ..mm mm m l i nM cic or III uii an I jjuarantee eve Ix't me figure w mill work d : WT S. CLARK i t 1 IS MY BUSINESS 5 d of windmill work. I DAour windmill ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

moving To The Square Does not mean that our prices will be changed. We will be in our new uuarterl A tirnjmext week and we want vou to call ami spp n rind ltt iic hoti show you how you can save money by trading with us. We have bfetr nz seasonable goods at attractive prices for some time and these prices still prevail for Cash. t( $1.00 OFF THE REGULAR PBfC TETSON HATS lilS av is ate A new shipment of Ladles' Oxfords In Black Tan WhiteyCanv Ivet elnected In a few davs. Close prices will prevail on all goods till June 1st. After that date you w on thl Square In Red Cross Old Stand. ' Special Prices on our Gilt Edge Soft Wheat ExfTligh Patent Flour Fully Guaranteed. D. C. WORSHAM Supply Store v u HTflntl ul a m iurr lie 111! los Church Notes We will be g'.iul to nmke uny an- nuunrrments of Church Servico Pro- gram etc. in .thin n'llumti free of : charge where no revetim- r'ceivi'l from tlie services. - Kilitor. SlNIiFAM PROtlUAM ! Opening Son jr. j Scripture Lesson --lister Mil-' .cal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 30 May 1912

If fin) ti-fimt r u r iCfl if nnv v your properly call ai ouromce lgiveusa list of what you It. e for sale or exchange. We "ye surprised some by finding tiem a buyer. Let us surprise 'U. At any time when you are town call at our office and let L tnlk husinpss. Have for sale liis week a fine home on Proad- av. Oct husv and find out how isv it is to own such an up-to-ate home. A fine proposition to offer on ell located business lot- it won't h' with us long. ' Have 320 acres of land in Yoa- ium county to trade for autnmo- tle. If von haveanv residence lots jlose in to trade call at our office. ii you own propeny 01 any u- rintion in Lubbock countv you -ould like to place in our hands ii render for tnxps. we would glad to give the matter our Itrcful attention. . lf.0 acres of fine land five miles om town can be bought at ght price. jfc to mi in irn 1 1 1 1 1 " iimu i.ii..- K k. per ac-p. II A I. J..... Cum 5!r.r..r r sale X V ': payment. t r ink i (') I V vry ftm 1 ' J We I ave lr:! ni...

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