The Alpine Avalanche (Alpine, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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PINE STATE BANK
A kind-hearted gentleman was
watting thru the back streets of
an American town when he came
across a woman unmercifully
beating a little boy. “Here,” he
said, seizing her by the arm, “you
must not do that What has he
“Mustn't do that! What has
he done?” ejaculated the enraged
mother. “If you want to know,
he’s been and kf dc chicken
house door open, an’ all dem
chickens got out”
“Well, that » not so serious,”
said the gentleman, soothingly:
“chickens always come home to
roost „ i'i*.
“Come home!” sndrted the
woman; “Dem chickens will all
The State or TnUs, (
County or Brewster )
To the HaascxUa District Csmt
Comes non your Grand Jury
mod represents to the court that it
has investigated the alleged
murder at W. H. Lemons and
Millard Lemmoifr and assault
with intent to mujQdcr upon Will
Lemmons by Bernard Sherman
in this county on «f»e 16th day of
November, 1913k. While we
realize that it • not our province
to pass upon the gdilt or innocence
of persons chargqd with crime,
we feel that it it ho impropriety
we thw action only
we have become fully convinced
that there is no shadow of doubt
as to the correctness of our con-
Gao. C. Miller.
Foreman of the Grand Jury
empaneled at the February term,
1914, of the Distract Court of
Brewster County, Texas.
The above report is ordered
published m the Alpine Avalanche
Geo. C. Miller,
Safety Deposit Boxes for Root. |
WHAT YOU SAVE
in the operation and upkeep of n METZ **22" as am-
pared with other cars, eventually equals the purchase
price. The original coat of n METZ nacfiaQjr returned
to you in economies. You save money when you buy it,
and every hour you nut it.
nor is there any evidence of any
justification on the said Sherman
for said acta. We further say
that we have become coevinced
beyond all doubt that the said
shooting was done by the said
Sherman while laboring under
some sort of an MManc delusion
which rendered him unaccount-
able therefor to tfie law. The
conclusion was reached by us after
hearing the testimony of a reliable
METZ “22” $515 F. 0. B. EL PASO.
WINNER OP THE GUDDEN TOUR
Ik* G«Av Car-** Cfahfc.i* %-N* Gan •» Strii
T*HE METZ “22” is the mow unnainl car w the luaiket «v aaaraw
• ft tawb hum 28 to32 miles om OWE pike «f gwlit. NS wee
OMB ykatof jebricatmg oil, ami tom AMa 12,000 miles mm » stogie as
of rises, ltisspeeiy awl ayHsk. sai rscaadiiiglj imahls a. thonmghl]
is now in progress, end repairing
and hr g.timing np the ravages of
!>*\<r!emeti;s are in otder. A new
• iim «*f paint makes your house
to<<k like new. The stock of paints,
oils, white load, colors, etc., end
■ he fine line of Sherinas Williams
taixrd paint* to be found bore are
wsnarted to stand ell kinds of
Do you know
We also handle Lumber, Winfadb,
Pipe and Bnilden Hardware.
D. Kkinman, Lecal Agent.
“The Material Men'
Let Us Wire Your Hou—
Send Today f&r
FREE TO JAN., 1914
Cat this amt ami aemditwitlilZM
far The Comp—hwa hr IfH,awl
we will koJFKEE al dm isasms
far the inr wsTriag twain af 1913
naif The Caamnainm fknwlfanl
House Calendar far 1914.
m YOUTH’S COMPANION .
and competent physician of the
city of Alpine who is entirely dis-
interested, but who has hod ample
opportunity to observe the said
Sherman since his incarceration in
jail. The and Sherman is a boy
of small stature and frail appear-
ance, seventeen years, or less, of
age and he has had three fits of
epilepsy during his confinement
here and his physical condition
and appearance and family bwtory
Otto Britan was in Use
A Tthftftl principal was trying
to make dear to bis dam the
fundamental doctrines of the
Declaration of Independence.
“Now hoys,” he mud, “I will j
give you each three ordinary but- I
tons. Here they are. You must ]
think of the first one artepre- I
seating Life, of the second one j
as representing Liberty and the
third one as representing the
“Now, fobnnae. produce your
three tattoos and tri) me what
(hey stand for.”
“I ain’t got 'em all*” he sobbed
holding oat two of the bottom.
“Here's Life sn’ here's Liberty,
bot mommer sewed the Pursuit
o' Happiness on my pants.”
ALPINE, BREWSTER COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,
1 where chc authorities
state could take him
and where the parents of the un
fortunate hoy could have the
opportunity of an occasional ytsit
This report is made by m by
way of explanation of out worse
PINE POWER COMPANY
ead the Avalanche.
The First National Banfcl^
Capital, Surplus and Profits $100,000.
V UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
A Bank with the Experience end Strength Id
Give the Beet Service
C. A BROWN, ftuuo&NT*
H. L. KOKERKO! amdL. L. HESS, V. Parers.
G. W. BAINES. Jr., Cashier
A. a BURTON. Asst. Cashiir
No. 101, (De Lose) 4:47 p. m.
** 9, 11:02.mi
No. I0t 648 a. m.(;
”102, (De Luxe) 4:16 p. m.
Arrive at Alpine.
No. I (Passenger) 6cl0 p. m.
No. 2 (Passages) *20 a. m.
A. WILLIAMS & CO.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER
SADDLES & HARNESS
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
, Send for Catalog e
Promptly. : : :
Alt vli I Inquiries Answered
all goods guaranteed
"SAFE and SANE”
Have Your Prescriptions Filled;
ft. Slight & Co.
We never Substitute.
Passengers and baggage honied to and from
all trains at any hoar
Our big floats are ready to haul anything. Lit
ua figure with you.
WALTER GARNETT, Praprtatsr
.PURE FRESH DRUGS.
, . Cemm. GSdOml Cbm.
M Maa Yea Waal •» Saa f
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Yates, W. J. The Alpine Avalanche (Alpine, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1914, newspaper, February 19, 1914; Alpine, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth803061/m1/1/: accessed August 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library (Archives of the Big Bend).