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to Lubbock County
The only county in Tcxs with seasons .nd crops this yeo.r
WE OWN OUR OWN LANDS
We can sell on terms to suit your bank ac
count. Prices $20 to $30 per acre, $5 to $10 per
acre cash. First rrop will more than pay for the
land. Buy your ticket via the Sante Fe to Lubbock.
We will meet you at the depot and show you the
country free in one of our automobiles.
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DILLARD MARSHALL LAND CO
K. Carter made
Otv this w-'k.
a trip to I'ost
.Judge James K llobinson
away oti business this week.
T .1 n'I..nn'll of I-iniesa was See the a
i this issue
I of "Dad'
Vaughn is able to U- up
again after weral weeks illness.
Pierre Bros ran sell your pro
jierty if it an sold. 'h lt
.eb Agnew made a business trip
to Plainview Ntturday.
New crop breakfast foods at
a wrey .4 on. Phones and
V.lmr Mriokland was over from
Hrowutield inre our last issue.
If you want jour wat h retir
ed, tbat is our business Wesson
Hollar..!. 1 11
V. F. Montgomery and wife
were visitors here Saturday and i thl call
here on' business last week
J. A. Cannon was here Satur
day from the Slide community.
H. T. Johnson, of Canyon City
was transacting business in Luh
book the latter part of last week.
C. P. irnpson is building a m
rMm residence in the south part
The Mi ikes (irocery Company
ire telling you how nice it is to
bur lo4m1s from the old reliable
firm. KeaJ their announcement
.. . v ; , tta,- it T .I..l.r.,..r.. of (;i.oi. Mr. I; ack. ot the luooock
j s u u. .w;inone wns 01 n',,, ... , -
the ranch Saturday. City, was in the city lust week. Plaining Mill is carrying his
''."'." " " . . ' left hand in a sling this week as
Kent in J Albert Taylor was ,n from the.arjsuU of acut rm.ivt.,n)y the j
I rarcn atunny. machinery in the the mill. j
in from the! rr any article of jewelry see ;
j Wesson ll..llH..d. 1 It. Clyde JIar(ien formt.riy 0f the j
and ItablO , i.Vw.tM m:in in this MS 110 t lu.m nliCiint ovnrfil u.L4
kaik iis,i ,Mi"fc na.i it in ui'.t. iu r-v s- mi " v
, H v. .i . .... . t ,v, ,;r; i from town, was here shakingi
II IWU .-M ! t'l S III I T llill i
Inerv firm of Abtiey & Nelson.
Jack Pobinson came in this mil,)e plainview and other points
week from a visit to rort ortn i nrtn a
and other joints in the east.
K. 15. haw was
furin this week.
Ceo. M. Hill, wife
made a business trip to
the last of the week.
hands with his friends the latter
part of last week.
'Trifle" Sam Mnkes is a house
hold word among tbe people in the
I.nhbiK-ic rountr. He ha a mess
age for the jieople in this issue.
visit during the past
(irweries, to lie wholesome,
iiiuit l fresh. The Spikes iro-
.on- I .innmnr w I so much L'OO IS
Mast-Seitz (irain Company are
having a large business house
erected tear the railroad ri:lit-of-WHV.
north east of the square
Still the work of building new
houses goes rnerrily on. Some
real expensive and Substantial
buildings are being put up too,
which shows that the builders
of them have great faith in the
future of Lubbock.
We clip the following out for
the benefit of those who doubt
the power of the press: "Owing
to overcrowded condition of our
columns, a number of births and
deaths are unavoidably post
poned this week. " Everybody's "
11 j Kead it
T. It. Summer of Meadow sient ; jj ym Suus, the meat market
Saturday in town and while here 1uM occupy the Naler build
paid the Avalanche office a pleas- j lf n0Brt,. Alfalfa Lumljer Com-
I pany's yard.
Miss Neily of Teiico, who has
that they are busy all the time where they will soon opens oigj
getting in new go(ls. Kead their, grain store.
aM ituncemeiit in this issue.
1 Iti Norman Croslin. a friend of
Uev. Hamlet, a MethKlist
preacher of Meadow was in town
M. K. Murray, of Snyder, i
ii prosjxscting for location.
vf a contracU.r for brick and
t uructures and will likely
f'lo sXi' at thia jioint.
ie'n visiting Miss (ioolsby the
past few week returned home
J. U Wilson, father of J. A.
Wilson of this city is visiting his
son. Mr. Wilson is from Uoswell.
N. M.. but will visit in KihV.
Colorado, liefore returning home.
J. T. Itulloek moved his laud
office which was completed last
week on the r orth side of the
v; iare. lie has a sple ndid location
an I a nice neat office budding.
W. F. Good pasture, of Carlin
ville, 111., is here this week. He
belle, have Uen hereon a visit to... . , , (,,mnanv and
home la-st week. Ljbliock.
Mr. O'Neal of Hillsboro, Tex
as is visiting friends in Lublxnrk
this week and looking at the
T. Altizerand family, of Koc
the News man was in town Wed
nesday and imparted the pleas
ing information that he would
move from Hutto. Texas, to the
plains and locate south of Lock
ney on a farm recently purchased
by Cornelius Deard. -Plainview
Mr. Croslin is one of the Ava
lanche's pleasing readers and we i
are glad tr know that he is to'
liecome a citizen of West Texas, j
W. L. Marshall, ot the Dil-lard-Marshall
came in the latter part of last
week with a bunch of prosec
tors. Mr. Marshall s;ient sev
eral days at the fair in Dallas,
while away this trip, and did a
considerable amount of boosting
for this section of country.
Presiding Elder Hardy was in
the city the first of this week re
turning from a trip in the south
ern part of his district, where he ,
had leen holding conference. H"
was on his last round for the corj
ference vear. i
MOVE YOUR HOU
it without fear of tearing it up If you will eutru-t the job to me. 1 have a complete outfit for the purpose
IK ir ..-. have, hou-e that i not where you want .t. do., t tear
ve it. hut let me figure with ou on moving in whole.
I GUARANTEE MY WORK
JIH T. HART
Resilience in South Pfirt of Town