The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1910 Page: 2 of 16
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FIRE. TORNADO. LIFE. LIVE STOCK. ACCIDENT. FIDELITY CASUALTY. LIABILITY AND JUDICIAL
Utmm cS Ltihhock Slate Bank Buildinir
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. . building of a lifetime. It is tho i tinir frth the ifrt-at (lovilujniciit
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to those w no are striving to (
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LUIUJOCK TKXAS THURSDAY JANTARY '27. liHO
right the consciousness that they
will not bo hindered through
narrow mindedness or viciaus-
ness. Let them have a clear
right of way. Give them a glad
helpful hand. Let character
stand first in the onward
LUBBOCK HAS DONE IT
Commenting on the movement
made some time ago to plant
trees along Broadway the Dallas
News asked the question "will
Lubbock do it?"
We are glad to say that the
matter met with universal ap-
proval and it is now reported
from a reliable source that four-
fifths of the trees have been
It is a very commendable pam-
phet and will doubtless do much
toward attracting the attention
of the people to the many advan-
tages of that portion of east
The cuts show up to good ad-
vantage and are tastely arrang-
ed. Taken all in all it is a clever
scheme as an advertisement and
has a touch of the spirit of the
Albert Reed Announces
la this issue of the Avalanche
you will find the announcement of
Albert Recu for office of sheriff
and tax collector.
Mr. Reed is one of the old set-
tlers of this section and is well
I. 0. 0. F. Officers J And it is still worse when it comes
Following are tho -llieers i-b-el-! to markt tmir farm products. Now
ed li.V the Od i fellows for the rn-
suinir year; J. T. Bullock N (i;
M. K. Coi. V (i; Bert Cooper
Sec'y. Ino. V. Baker Treas
The Rebekah's elected the fol-
fowing officers for the ensuing
year; Mis. J. T. Cates X. (J;
Mrs. K. J. Glover V. (1; Miss
Mae Norton Sec'y. Mrs. M.L
Sheriff Flynn finds thit it will
be necessary for all .young men
who will become twenty-one years
of age after the lirst of Feb. r..
to secure an exemption i-ertiliciito.
He hns them on hand and every
tlint we have a mil road we are go-
ing to do something. We think
we have a very rich agricultural
country and with shipping facili-
ties we are bound to b ahead
verv fast. SettlersiJ ftlrcMy
coming in. The I and are level
very rich and prcir.iive. .lust
to show what Jjj' means
and what is uoirg catwo large
steam plowntUi bn shipped in
and uian-rjther evidences of a
purpose to farm on a large scale
in evidence. The land is very
subscribed and the rest
t CHARACTER been driven to suicide on account ' le made up right away.
. . i t ... .. I.. . f .1 1 1. ...... 4 .. . . . f r.' Tlirt tov main ia ti in.t into
now nine regaru some jk-uimc .! uil-Ma.iu.iLis iu.uc. ui: ......... . tf his ability if elected and no 'vote.
.... e .. l ..u .r ...! ;. f..i k . communication with the milerent . ... :
nave lor trie i-iiai.u.ii uiuuwi jiainni iouo o. i..-. . favors w ill he .si out. l ;ttj :.
hvef vA $ kinds of farm niach'-
'tJV&V3rip worked on it. A
steam plow could be started out in
one sWight course and run per-
young man to whom this applies j Imps all day w ithout making a j(
should secure same. Thev lo riot! turn or breaking a furrow. There
i utiil fuvirultlv known
! lie comes U-fore the M.ole pro ! c-st anything to ecure snd they j is no end to the forag- feed that
mising to run hisotiire to the best ' wi'.l he ie o.siiy if you want to we can raise in tint part of th
state Kaffir corn 1 1 1 . 1 m i . :m 1
1 nurseries near here and their
timt u!l iun:ut sh ire.
another. They do not seem to fact that many people recognize
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realize or care vvneiner anou'.erj tneir inienony io ar...iner ami Luck .started in V n.ake a
person sinks or swims so long as j they proceed to try and drag'(.jiv amj xUil s) wJU succeed in
tln c( mo .Ul on top. juiemiouien ieei. wm.- m u.l- j uw near i uun e is t - i.ie.n.t i;11(.s ()f . 1 ! u!m.- tins ;
It is a sad day in the life of j surest guides to character is to; just such enterprise as has been W)pk p iu Kmu Ii(irlj !
any man or woman when they ' observe the tendencies of those shown re4ative to this mucn
can take nart in the downfall of with whom you are associated .needed improvement on
W. E. Hutirie oIck
W'c hio sorry to report t'n- ier-
one of their fellows. i and if they are inclined to back-
Character is all of life that is bite and scoff you may depend
worth having and those who that they are of a very low-
guard themselves most carefully
are the ones who seem to come
in for the most pitiless abuse.
Many men are in their graves
today with a stain resting!
against them who deserved a
better fate. Many women have
Th? I)eauties of the pure life
are more precious than gold.
To have a true conception of
what one should be causes many
smiles along the pathway. Re-
member that character is the
some immigration work for the
"ur hwl linn of hillHrd-MHrsli.il. and
beautilul 1'rr.adway. WM ukpn fcUliJpniVt wil! h.Hrl
Within the next few years j trollbIe aml Ul to conVPVed
this street will be the pride ofi0mp
the entire country. y this writing he is reported
j n)U( h better ami we hope to soon
SOUVENIR OF MARSHALL. I see him aide to be about again.
TEXAS ! .
i t Bioidwayi resilience lots are a
ine rtaiuiiciic iim m-u-.1 o s(tfp Hhi iv t Mj vestment ne
a handsomely lxund and printed
booklet of Marshall Texas set-
sell them. 1
I'eevy A Blake.
canejjro tlierc with little effort.
Then stiuill L'r iins and other rops
! can U raised. It an :drnl k
t o.iiitr.v . and n i r t f ti.' s-i!e
wh'.i h will so n h.-ard f r Mil
ru.w tiiat we Imu1 an outlet. ' -Kansas
City l v.-r Teiertni
Mr. ai.d Mrs. .las L Ioa ar; I
lie owns nearU i children are here this week isi
W K. h'i4-ki!;s.n of Luh'ock
lex. rejoici-s over t!e fact that
Ljblxick is ii- a on the iiihp. and
and that t! e cn-it so in . I n i r s
distriel of ti e li:.b:iri'l" hs u
railroad at lust. Mr. Dickinson
is nn old Texan l.e hss l--n out
in the pl.iins country but aiut
J.ihk) arres of land and handles n
gMN many cattle "Only a few
months ago" he said w ith some
emphasis tlie first railroal built
through that part of the country
reached Lubbock. Before that
we were 110 miles from a railroad
That is a long distance to haul
everything in the way of freight.
ing the former's parents Mr. and
Mrs. .lames I low and brother
Arthur Mr. Dow is tlx very
successful editor and owner of th
LubWk Avalanche and as -
seldom takes a vacation from his
close confining duties it is useless
to say he is greatly enjoying his
visit. Seminole S'titinel.
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In the evenings by the fireside ybxx will ndoubt be considering your needs
in the way of farm implements for preparing your land andplanting your crop. If you find that you
will need a sulkv. sranir or disc plow a planter or bultivatort we have 1 stock
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The Jno. Deere line of implements has been built ip toits high standard of excellence through long
years of experience by the most expert implement makers' of the world Nothing but the best of material
is used in Jno. Deere implements and they are made for service. "If it's a Deere its right
Remember our five big lines. Eclipse Windmills Star Windmills Jno. Deere Implements Pitts-
burg Perfect Electric Welded Pence
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Dow, James L. & Turner, John F. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1910, newspaper, January 27, 1910; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth287797/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .