The Alpine Avalanche (Alpine, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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U*fn of fhem together. Only
Religion can kill war, f«#r religion
alone create' the new heart.
|, I hereby amuMCe as a caadi-
datr for Mftnher of CiMfress
from the Sixteenth District of
THE STATE OF TEX. VS:
To the Sheriff m any Constable of
Brewster County, —
You are hereby commanHril t.>
You Need Muse
awe to be publislieit in a newspaper
Without religion we are without
lioj»r in this w*>r UI V\ ithoiit God
we are loaf.
Charles E. Jefferson.
Jim P. Wilton, Vu e-Presi-fei.i
C W LivingitiMi, Secretary
E. R. Bentley. Director
W. T. Hemic r»on. Direfor
• »f general circulittion,which has been
< >>ntinuon»ly ami regularly published
lor a period »i nut less than one year
in Brewster County. Texan, for ten
•lays, exclusive of first Publication
copy of the following notice:
THE STATE OF TEXAS:
To all perseMif interested in the
.Estate of Mrs. Mary Aaema West.
Ben West has filed in the Comity
Court of Brewster Comity, Teuas,
an application for the probate of
the last Will and Testament of said
Mrs. Mary Azetna West, deceased,
filed with said application, and Cor
letters testamentary of the estate oC
Mrs. Mary Azetna West, deceased,
which will be heard at the next term
of said Court, commencing on the
third Monday in May, 1918, the same
being the 2Bth. day of May. 1918; at
the courthouse thereof, in Alpine.
Brewster County. Texas, at which
time all persons interested in said
estate may appear and contest said
application, shonll they desire to
C. W. Livingston, Editor
'4 he only legitimate 'con game'
is the con servation game.
Subscription Price. $1 Stl in Advance
Entered at the pi»-.t<»ttn e at A!pinc
Texas, as Sri ond t bo Matter
t see wliat mtgnt nr nrougnt an*nit.--- -----------
! with the production of her kind- [•■*•«* *> tk* De~ocr*flc ** ^
ness amt patience. A mighty cry | "*****•
V am a eandidnte for Congress sub-
ject to the Democratic primaries. For
Prohibition. For . Woman Suffrage.
Was Wilson delegate at Baltimore.
Was Wilson Collector of Customs at
El Paso. Resigned to ran for Con-
gress. Platform—108 per cent Ameri-
canism; St^ml by the President;
Help Whip the Kaiser.
Zach Lamar Cobb
went up of war. ami «lisooter
throughout the la ml, so the calf
l w as given unto the Red Cross.
I I'rofrssor F-. K. Bentley arose
|amid the cheers of the people
'gathered around and about. and
j proclaimed the story of goodly
; deeds performettby the Red Crows
I Mr. John Young, together with
! \lr. Walter Caldwell speaking
w ith a mighty voice stood upon
the platform of an anto track and
(cried in a loud voice, in behalf of
the Red Cross, the virtues of the
(thick Calf, whose name in Wuod-
the cry uf the Auc
TUI 'RSI > \ Y, M \Y lb. HIM
WITHOUT «.*'!» W» 'kl- I
I < >S I
W e are caui|>ed in a pretty
re historic j valley, the prettiest place I have
til« in i- ami ■ seen since I have hern in France,
millers Its j We had a line dinner yesterday.
»i millions 'roast tnrk/y. cramberries, pie, etc.
nr, By her , W e are fed lietter over here than
iships she! Ill the States. We are having
dead snake ! tptite a hit of rain this month ;it
road along j rants most every day. The hig
ttarelied up | guns keep going night ami day.
'ience killed At night when they fire it seems
k Hague. ItL<* thunder ami lightning just
( holera. before a rain storm. I w ill stop
r all have now ami go down ami see a traih
w. Science go bv. We «tpn’t see many now
lies «d man *tays but when one goes by it has
lalf dead by something worth seeing loaded
long which on Hat cars. C.
tioneer rent the air. mighty men
and w'omirn, lead by a man of
many virtues, J. D. Jackson, gave
t(te gold. Boys and girts and
little children threw their dollars
ami fifty-cent pieces into the
melting pot. The Mexican
i hands down
'deep into his “jeans” and swelled 1
the goMeh stream with his hard
Anja Wilson, Jr.* of the '•
L House of Wilson, a mighty family *
'of many acres and thousands of i
cattle cried oat the princely stun
of Eleven Hundred Three Dollars
amt Fifty Cents, and the calf was
knocked then amid cheers and j
shouts for the Red Crow. Unde
Sam and One Boys “over there.”
And Mrs. W. J. 'Yates. President |
«»f the Red Cross* accompanied
by Mrs. J. R. Middhhrooh. Mrs.
M. S. Burke. Mrs, John Young ,
Mrs. las Edwards* and Miss ,
Flora L. Daugherty* smiled a ,
smile of satisfacti»>n. Thus endeth-
the 1st ( hapter «>f the fiolden Calf
to he continued in Marathon, by
I the Marathon Auxiliary of the
I Red Cross, to w hich the Calf was
\otice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessor wiH commence
the work of assessnwnt of City
Taxes on Monday. April 15. 1918.
Has Mat a Suprtse
We arc authorized to announce
l Q. Henry, of Del Rio.
Bator than Jung 1st. 1918, at the
office of tl e City Tax Assessor.
| hours: 9 to 12a- m.. UP
to 4:JO p. m.
Given under my hand and seal
of office this April 11th 1918
(Seal) Flora L Daugherty
tf City of Alpine. Texas
it this: To
■5 - ' gj Hl* those he figured
8look, he t-. •-riling
Iwy. or three; to
■ ten. ami to those
T.jj II lie thought
• order ten. lie is
. ?W selling
: I 111 peoph to
2 I tt'honr t Sir author
the contniercial value to the country have appeared
so hig and unusual that they have increased their
The three Red Cross Classes in
surgical dressings have been dik-
ing very good workand the enthu-
siam of the workers has made it
more than a pleasure for the In-
t rue tors. Each class has come in
for its share of perfect work and
when the sample boxes from each
class are made up it will he with a
great ileal of pride from the In-
Since hea»l»ptarters at St. Louis
are not issuing Instructors cards
any more there will be quite a
number of I’Mpits Certificates
issued and in the Fall when in-
structors Cards are again issued.
We are authorized to-announce
W. H. LEASE ^
as a candidate for County and-Dis-
trict Cterk. subject to the action of
the Democratic parte
We are authorized to announce
| ~ M T CHASTAIN
as a candidate for re-election to the
office of County Treasurer subject
to action of July primaries.
Persons taking wood, water or
grass in any of the 02 pastures wilt
He prosecuted' for trespassing.
ML T Fletcher. Manager.
Everybody Wants Them
The w t iter, l ari Graham Kaht *4 Fort Davis,
and Ins business agent have received orders and m-
Mttiru s from half the states *d the Uanm. ami the
Ixnik is going like the proverbial hnteakrs in this
vicinity. Nobody wants to miss it, fur it wilt he the
talk of the country when off the press.
Alpine will have quite a number to
carry on the work of instruction
in the adjoining towns.
The work will hr finished Fri-
itay or SatBdhy and next week
the Chapter Will go on with the
I ban the average suhscriptHm hook. The average
«n(i-.rriiilnm l»*»*»b ,»-M.
the large amount of work required and the small
niittilirr sold IVspite the year and half of work thin
volume required, the subscription* are mounting up
m such great number that the writer was able to
place the price within reach of everyunr. Much
longer time has been required for the work than
"Got Your Noma In Pot”
I he volume wilt contain about 400 pages with
many illustratum*. witt he strongly and handsomely
IkmhmI.have a gold profile view of Ml.Livermore on
the front cover drawn by a home artiat. and wiH he
delivered at your duue and collected for. The edi-
tion is limited No more copies will he printed than
are ordered. A subscription man wiR ho here soon,
give him your order or you wiO not “get your name
m the pot ”
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WORE OF THE LATE DR. W- h HLOYS WILL
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Livingston, C. W. The Alpine Avalanche (Alpine, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1918, newspaper, May 16, 1918; Alpine, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth803050/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library (Archives of the Big Bend).