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The Lubbock avalanche. (Lubbock, Tex.) 1909-1922, April 30, 1914, SECTION TWO, Image 14

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Chamber of Commerce Column
Geo. W. Kriffgs, Secretary.
Hrit Monday Trades Iwy ""
come iin established custom with Lnlc
bock. Apparently far'',r' """
cr (KiHtpoiie ii' "f '" "f ,h,',r
business for the lait l'l' ,,e
month, In order lei have on
to come to Luhock on Trades IXiy
Nt t lhat there are not plenty of peo
ple on the streets ;ird In the IiiisI
i.lace on it her day, especially
large
thut many a tlm there have I n
a number of women wl.U children
who would li.ivt- bc.n . .ry glnd or n
pluce where they could V "'"1 f"'1
o- lease tlx if chlMfli. t'-.-i
certain tlittt Is someone, or num.' or
gunlznilon wou'd ttart such a move
ment, th.y would iit--t a In-arty re
HiioiiHf from vt1hkI-. Someone
uleuse net linsy!
im
4.-....,r,Uv inn It trcina that a
n.w,ii!itiiiri of t lie1 I lie bargains
)UIllOIl I" ' i
,, desire to make U a point , offer specially for Trades Pay
RCSlDtNCt UNI0 AT HAKRIt
(In lt Tuesday tln old Aily
house. In which H. V- WliiKo
fiinlly lived, liiirnt down. Pra.tl'Ut
ly nothing saved. Mr. luuo
wan nt inc. oinro aim 'ir. "
was working on hi Inilinill. When
he. ills, otcrcd the II r. It had made
mi. h headway that ho could H"t K''t
In t tin doors, bo ho promptly
,... . u u'miiiw unit resetted thi'lr
! 4 mohlh-ol'l Hon, which ho hiititl.'tl
i out to one of I hi lamer children.
I He then pot tin- cover off of one
'bed aid a rocking chair, when the
I rof began (ullliiR 1". and ' he '
Another value ol i nines ... .n fl g M1B.
Ill- V H'llI '
which our
to be her on i'at Mondaya.
these bargains an- not to he
and
'Hlll'c Ji
lt strikes uh that these daya prove!
tr.tunl.1.. t. u'l ,.nceincd. The Hlal
feature la h- t.c i.iuiih the hast I'n
,,.ri ,i Wnll. iidWi the Ktreeta o.i i
jhih.hI to havo orlclnateil from u de
feithe tine. Kind neighbor at once
came to the rescue and donated va
riolf: lilililea of clothlUK, lieddlnis
and hoiis-U-eilng utennila. Mr. Win
Hiiil family ar now living In ine
jl.emund house, which a'ood nitht by,
(and in al.-o their proMrty - llarrlH
,('orr'si.ond. nt Ti rry County H.-rald.
HOW SUNDAY TELLS IT
, Hilly Sun
nfl well III"
Mr. Hnan re'ardu him
led' at by any nicaiiit -jiiuhiiik u
the crowdH we bo often aee in the I
I ul..rUJ u h Hiiiiniiiice Trades la i
i . . . i r n.- P"
Miarualna, many iukc auani..ii;c m
l,. iifierniK.n ;.( a iradea way,
wat. h l. p.-le Kree.inp each other! Thia la a day. also Mr thoe liavlna
Wany have not oen a number or any thine to trade or fell may find
their friend, alno the prevkma Kli.l their opportunity. We notice that a
Monday and they show their plena-1 law number take advantage of this
ure In th.-lr facea. We warrant that , llt-ratura ot ine aay. you - ....h ryww'.M
man, peraon. ko home with enough ,hlnK which you w an ' ' ibb many dw,.ri(l,.rg
fresh news and vrlsp K.Hslp to last by trade or sa.e, .,nnK ., .o .....
them until the next First Monday. on Hn-t Monday. I rIna, k:li,i,. preacher, and many
And rlKht here let me sukk-hi Ihatj I Me t.an.l en. en ... - f , ,., h,. r
fine th'ni: for hc various "nr. oi m a i-iuure wn.cn ..ci"-
lubbock Nnh city and country, per- the l.t.bbock Hand is to he compll
l.hl the Women i (deiH"on. would ' ment. d for their exc. llent inusic tur
I . i x . .1... tlu.ua iliiva at-
b- to procure a r-st r .o.n ror ine iiisneu u i "-
,.i,ii.in..n Munv come : well as other occ asions. i
AltoKether, we constU.T 1 uai nisi
M.inil.-.v ..r "Trades Iny" t a ""' i
'cess, and should he kept on our cal
We sue.t that tue eys .,,,.,, ,.,. for thr n,,otn.lon show.
who are iu"-.i's
jbe oil the alert for simceMion for
i new features. Ill order to W the
!dav where It belongs In tli. lend
'-n. ""Ml. W- w.
1-HSV.Vfv
lTt
A
dlstuncea, the road are often ditfty;
the women need a p ace where they
ra fre to co and brush the dust
from their clothes; waau the face orendur
their child, or their own If desired those
and leave their surplus wnis or rain
coats, ond If they wish rest a while
and have a place to eat their lunch
If they have brought It with them.
And even though there are attrac
tlona oo the street, yet we wnrrant
the evanuelical .
Ui..r. i . . I...I.I him In hiitli retard.
; pn f.'rrinr to judte him by results;
. in.'h.r than by methods or lantuiiue. j
I There is noihlnis very sob nni about I
rtunday. Me ha hl own way of tell
m tli'iiKs and he a.ics the vernacu-j
!ar ol the touph and mlcar when he
il.o..ns. We are indebted to the ol ;
ICR
li(,w the evant!
ptory of lvld and
the tilble cla.-sica:
list relates tin'
liollath, one f
Much more, perhaps mlcht be done
lo mnke the day an even stronper
drawing card.
SCHOOL OF MINES
Texas la to have a school ot mines.
Following the action of the last lee
Mature In providing a fund for the
maintenance of such an Institution af
ter It was astiibllshed, the
Chamber of Commerce started a .ub-j'y V neir " -' "
iwription llBt for the bulldlnKS and i ,nlH -o'j
jtrounds. Last week they announced lS
that Uiev had completed the fund, I une .iui n.miwrj
nd tliat ISO.oW had been raised for; lock flress Stiop. 1
purpose
this
The School rf Mines will open In
Peptemher, under the sup'rvlsion of
4,., otnta I'nlver-ttv and snerlal at
tention will be given t the develop-j Haskell county ranch.
! -When 1 "iivld was at the rump of
I the arniy t'ie next morning, C.oltath.
the i,lg Elarit. strutted out In front of
Uhe Philistine nrmy and shouted at'
the urer fellows: 'Come on, you
mutts. If you want anythln out of;
'nc ie on out and get It! Ill glve
;on what a coming to yon" And he
r mted buck and forth, lkmd faid ;
it.i Saul; 'Who a that big stiff making j
ai! (tint noise out there?' That's Co-
illtth.' p-lled Saul. "Why don't you
tn el and get him?' asked Pnvld. ;
j'He doev that every day.' answer. .!
(Saul, 'and he's got my goaf Til ,
I go after him.' said llavld. and he;
nut on Saul's armor, which was so;
E u.i.. t !.r.ii.! llkH a man In Mi
Mr. Haldw'n, of Rochester. Texas, hand me-down suit four sires ton Mgi
Wei ed ten cars of cattle here last ! for him. 'Nothing doing.' said David.
Tuesday, which were shipped to hlsjaod he took off the armor and went
down to the hrooR ana pi. sea oj.
j ment of the mineral resources of the
'mineral r'tonrces of the state.
! There Is a vast field of usefulness
I for such an Institution In Texas, and
the Kl Haso cltlnena have rendered a
1 service to the entire state, as well
Kl I'aso a!t contributed to their own prosper!-
Anything made with flour is made better with
VflFLOUR
he all 'rouiul Flour,
milled right for all bakings.
Order Royal No. 10
The Flour DeLuxe
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MMweis''.
J jo -nir-r rwA
PM)R)) I1H0CUHY CO., Jobber. HUNT GROCERY CO.. Retailer
(i:iitt
I ..... ...u t....,.M ion of Mrs. R P. Hiinktna Murned lat
some smooth pehhles. Me pm our. . -n .-.j.... . -- (
in his slip and went nut and whlrb-d J-Jm Haker. a farm-r living n-r Mai .Saturday from unit to Koscoe. t,h
tn nis sni. aim , ..- .-r,H.1 tti n strict As..mhlr
nan, iru
C.tthrt- and suvtalned . injur!. that 'of r.-deratwl Club, at Abilene, being
it around his head and fired It at the
tiant. The stone hit him on the
coco between the lamp aiid he went
to the roiit for the count'
Do yon want the. Avalanche?
are Mkely to prove fatal.
Horn To Mr and Mrs. D. Kaulk
Monday morning, a boy.
sent there a a d).r:e fnitn th
Twentieth Century CM of this city.
Head de Avalanche.
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One way to overcome the high cost of living is to plant a garden and
grow your own vegetables. Not only that but you can have your
vegetables fresh and just when you want them. Without tools to work
with, no workman can accomplish much. Why not visit our store and
1.. v,,.rcolf wlrk tkp npccparv imolements to enable you to hava
good garden. See our line of garden hose, rakes, hand cultivators, sfar'd.
fi. i U A,. J.n r1rwc nA nthpr tools we haVe ntSDa
ing IOrKb, SI1UVC1S, SjJauta, gaiviv.it " .
to mention.
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lnwn needs some irrigation, vou will want
some host?, so let that remind you that the place to buy it is The
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Western Windmill Co. As you know, we have several stores and wnen
C r.,,v hntf wp huv in lnrtte nuantities. hence we can get a better grade
for the same price others pay for cheaper grades and we give you the
benefit of this.
D
o you have any trash to move about your premises? Or perhaps you might wish
to haul some dirt to fill in a flower bed. With a wheelbarrow the work is easily
and quickly done. You would find innumerable uses for one. We have garden barrows
like cut, also wooden barrows with tray shaped body and all steel barrows.
REMEMBER WE ARE DEALERS IN RE
LIABLE GOODS ONLY.1
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