The Alpine Avalanche (Alpine, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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EVANS. Quality on Every
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Local and Personal \
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Guy Combs was here this
Alpine has a number of income
Let Caldwell keep you warm
Wm. Evans it in eastern cities
on a business visit.
M. M. McFarland was here
this week visiting his family.
Senator Claude Hudspeth was
an Alpine visitor this week.
F. E. Giilett was a business
visitor to Marathon this week.
Cas Edwards received a car of
Chandler automobiles this week.
Judge Van Sickle left yesterday
on a professional visit to El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McKee
have given up the Henderson
Vernon McIntyre and J. G.
Reimnger have returned to Mar-
Frank Crawford is now con-
nected with the Alpine Tailoring
Gapt. and Mrs. Conrad expect
to move into the Durreli residence
this week. .-v-v: v
Beau McCutcheon a well known
stockman of Ft. Davis, was here
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stillwell
came in Sunday from El Centro.
Mrs. J. A. Walton and child-
ren frturned home last week from
Dr. Middlebrook has returned
to his first love—he has a Ford
Feed the cow Momylk and
make all happy. At Cald-
Parent-1 nch«s; Association
meets at the-school house at 3:30
W. C. Easterling of the Hotel
de Stewart of Ft. Davis, is an
W. J. Yates and
re expected home
M. S. Burke
In district court held here last
week, Ivan Moss had his disa-
Another car of haled oats
just arrived at
CL C Smith 6c Sons.
Mrs. Gillisn Bcchtof is Here as
the guest of her father-in-law, Dr.
W, S. BcchtoL
Better buy your coal now.
Strike may cut of supply.
Caldwell has the best adirtu j
A nice shower fell here Tues-
day night, the precipitation being
sufficient to lay the dust
H. W. Connelley, assistant
superintendent of the El Paso
division of the G. H. & S. A.,
was hkre this week.
Jack West sends a basket to
the White Star laundry k San
Antonio. Let him send your
clothes. Advt 2-19-tf.
Mrs. W. P. Flow, and daughter
left last week for Stillwater, Okhu,
Unde Gid Guthrie is home
from a business visit to Kansas
and Nebraska. He savt he did
not buv any bulls a9 the prices
were too high.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Fletcher
and Miss Thalia Giilett left Mon-
day for Marfa to be present at the
Collins Bogal wedding which oc-
Patrons of the telegraph office |
at this point have sent in a peti-1
tion to the company headquarters
asking that the office be kept
open until 10 o’clock at night
According to a resolution pass-
ed at the recent session of Com-
missioner’s Court, in the future a
regular meeting will be held thej
second Monday in each month.
Don't you want a setting of
white Wyandott eggs from a reg-
istered pen. Also Runner duck
eggs. Call at J. T. Richey store,
phone No. 8. adyt. 2-12-tf
The report of the grand jury
which appears on the front page
of this issure of the Avalanche
explains the position they took
with regard to the Sherman boys
Supt. H. B. Cowles of the
Alpine Public schools, will leave
where they will be the guest* of today for Richmond. Va., where
Mrs. Flow's parents.
At Dawson's new stoge next
Saturday, the fust 15 little feirls
entering the store will be given a
Evan Hord waa an Alpine
visitor Sunday. He is now in
fine for promotion aa an engineer
on the G. H. 3c S. A.
Several can to arrive aoon
Place your orders with us for
all lands of feeds ami fuel
G. G Smith & Sons.
C. E. McCool has let a con-
tract to (no. M. Webb fora
modern six room cottage to be
built in the Hancock Heights
he will attend the national con-
vention of school teachers of the
The grand jury adjourned last
Thursday until tomorrow when
they will he reconvened to hear
further evidence. Up to the
present time, five true bills have
C. E. Way, of San Antonio^ is
here this week renewing old ac-
quaintances. Mr. Way was the
first county and district clerk of
Brewster county and held that
position for ten years.
WANTED: By a young lady*
position in small family as a
governess during the summer
his advertisement which appears | Got your Dairy Feed for
in this issue. your cow at Caldwell’s, advt.
L. G. Kokernot returned this
week from a visit to Marfa where
he sold Chalmers 6's to Ben
Pruett, J. J. Oliver and Wert
The sad news was received.here
Tuesday of the death of the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy
Spence who live at Commerce,
Texas. Mrs. Spence was formerly
Miss Margarett Cotter of this
Beginning with yesterday, Post-
master Coleman began weighing
all mail of eyerv description and
will continue doing this for 10$
days. This is a custom observed
by the postoffice department every
The pupils of Mrs. Berkeley's
music class and Miss Smith's
class in expression, will give an
entertainment at the school
auditorium Saturday night, Feb.
21st at 8 o’ Jock p. m. The
public are cordially invited.
H. T. Fletcher of the 02
ranch, purchased one of the
registered baldfaced bulls from
Birdie Mitchell. The animal
was raised on Mr. Mitchell’s
Brewster county ranch and would
be a prize winner anywhere.
The military ball given at the
auditorium last Friday night by
members of Troop L and M,
15th U. S. Cavalry, was a very
charming affair. During the
evening refreshments consisting
of ice cream and cake was served.
“Stop at the Angelus Hotel,
across the street from Joeke’s.
The moat conviently located
hotel in San Antonio. Rooms
without bath $1.00, with bath
$1.50. advt 12-1 l-4mo.
Mrs. Frank Kent.
A. B. Sa^difer has a very orig-
inal method of showing samples.
It is in the nature of a glass frame
with the outlines'of a man dressed
in the latest fashion. By putting
We are overloaded on the following lines and offer them W
the following prices until March 1st. 5
Brown sheeting, %h(r..............4c.
" 1 yd. wide, very heavy..7c
Colored Sheeting, very heavy..... .. fc
A. G A. bed ticking,.............15c
All wool serges,.......... .43c
Henriettas,.. ........ ,25c
Suitings (woolen cotton mixed).----25c
Bleached Domestic Light...........4c
One yd. wide Cambric...... .....lie
Ond yd. long Cloth,..............lie
Men’s Linen Collars, (pre-shrunk)
new shapes, per dozen....... 95c
Hall Mark, $1.25 shirts,...... ....Me
True value, $1.25 shirts,...........ftc
Golf 75cta, shirts.................4tc
a sample of cloth behind the glass jr > ^ave a dining last week in
it gives an exact reproduction of
how the sample of cloth would
look if it were made up.
Good wood at Caldwell’s, ad
ANNOUNCEMENT OF OAKLAND MOTOR COMPANY -SAN ANTONIO BRANCH
* nother carload of OakfciMl Automobiles, conanting of Models 35, 43 and 6-48 (Light Six) arrived in Alpine Feb. 17th.
As soon as other dealers read this announcement we presume thev will at once commence to knock our cars, our organization,
• salesman and everything connected with our buftness. One-half of our competitors never saw an Oakland car and don’t know
thing about them. The other half will be knocking to further their ends. As soon as our salesman shows himself in their
wilt be like shaking t red ng at a bull, because we give them serious competition and our only answer is look at and try
our cars, they speak for themselves.
‘Before gaing further into this announcement we want to tell you something of who we are. The O Aland Company is a
subsidiary plant of The General Motors Company, a $59,000,000.00 concern.
Our San.Antonio Factory Branch was established itv July, 1912. Here we do business with you the same as the factory. We
keep 0(i hand at all times a large stock of cart in the different models and our parts department can take care of your needs within a
prt time after receipt of your order. Our stock at thfe place often* inventories $150,000.00. It is not the price one pays for a
r, it’s the service he gets out ot it that counts. In this commercial age—dealing, as we do, with a keen puhficrk is absolutely
ry to make every purchaser an "asset*'—a satisfied cjttomer who is willing to recommend his choice to his tnends. This
“ "»Wto( Texas., Good will is a priceless thing to have--The Oakland
has made and that is because we have built honest, serviceable auto-
They are different from other cars. We have graduated from the
‘ character, a car of distinction.
serviceable car, one economical to maintain and one from which
I be glad to have you call and inspect our new models. Our
glad to go into details with you. Don't be misled, but see our
we.have accomplished tl
* 3ft.. There is but oi
• “The car oft. .
>k alike” class ahd eve
£ 'Are you planning to buy an
We have already aoSTthree of dor cars here if your. midst— Lieut. Norton, !4th Cavalry. Lieut 1. S. Martin 15th frvalry and
L. Mathews. We gladly refer too to (facet peopfeus to the service they arc getting out of them. . ^
This is not a price cutting event. It w a method we take of introducing our cars in new territory. 1» we sell you an Oakland
sell a few cars, if they were not t orn that was particularly adapted to the hard rough car racking West Texas roads? If
* ir that kind of service, we wouldn t take this method of introducing it. We
e glad to i
Oakland Motor Company
B. O. Campbell, Manager
San Antonio. Toxoo. 11
Our first sale is continued with this.
All brand New Goods—Come and see them.
Loco Curtains at Cost.
A Watch, or Clock Free with every $25 purchase, at one time,
and not all of one line.
................'..........'SALE NOW ON =======
At Campbells OldStmid Alpine, Texai
Mrs. C. E. McCool enter-
aiiKd at bridge ktt week.
Dr. Hardy returned yesterday
from a business visit to the Rio
Sheriff Allen of San Angelo
was registered at the Holland
Mrs. Will Garnett of Marfa is
here as the guest of Mr. and
Mra. Walter Garnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell
and Mrs. M. O. Joyce of Marfa,
were Alpine viskpts l*st Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. G. W Baines,
Gives np Guide.
The Avalanche learns with re-
gret that Jesse McKee has dis-
posed of the Guide and will leave
in a short time for Central Texas.
Mr. McKee is an able newspaper
man and will be followed to his
new home by the best wishes of
his many Alpine friends.
Notice is hereby given that all
parties are forbidden under pen
alty of the law, ro hunt, fish,
camp, or in any wav, trespass
upon mv property, advt.
Jason W James.
honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Fletcher. Sudden Death sf Mrs. W. T. Hen-
Mn. S. F. Dayton of El derson
Centro, California, is here as the The sad news of the sudden
guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. death of Mrs. W. T Henderson
Adrian. - which occurred at her home in
The Hardnox and Dolittle Venice, California, I uesdav, was
Society will be entertained to- received here this morning No
morrow afternoon by Mrs. Geo.' particulars were given. An
Baines. j obituary notice will be gmr> next
Mrs. F. E. Giilett is expected'. wcc*c‘______
home today from Marfa where
she attended the Collins-Bogel
Mrs. H. W. Townsend is en-
tertaining this afternoon in honor
of her guest, Mrs. Franks of
The Christian Endeavor Society
ire charmingly entertained at
the residence of Mr. - and Mrs.
M. M. McFarland last Saturday
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Viola
Trent of Herman as, N. M., to
Mr. J. Dovey of Doming, N M.
Miss Trent it a daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. R. B. Trent, formerly
Alpine Prohibitionists Send Delegate
At the Pro preference primary
held here last Saturday night Mr.
A |. Tippit was selected as a
delegate to attend the Prohibition
convention which will meet at Ft.
Worth Feb. 21st. Rev. H. M.
Smith was elected alternate.
While it is conceded that Hon.
lom Bell was the favorite of thf
Alpine convention, the delegate
was sent uninstructed.
Three hundred & twenty (320)
\acres fenced; house, splendid well
and windmill, 3 1-2 miles from
Alpine, $3.91 per acre due state
in 36 years. Price $2,000.00
bonus. * Small payment down,
balance easy. If not sold before
Mar. 1st, piece is leased for one
vear at $180. J. B. Loughridge.
advt—2-12-2t Alpine, Tex.
Milch Cow Wanted.
1 want to buy a good milch
cow. A. S. Justice. Advt. It.
Pa U 1
An . lis . s*
promptly aiH «n-'
W howl w right.
.i r,,t. "ah kinds of warfc Asm
v«T*iKrt sod all Fi
•1*U f.R- AMD RA
vu wK anything.
W * ,. . * inbet, Shingles,
Ceder l ost, i <■ • t» v.alvauized Barbed and
Cable Wire, Stat e, Nr.its. Builders Hardware-
Brieh.lime-Ce«i>«»nt-Fainta and Oils. Wt BuMdHfto
on Installment Pla i or f r f*sh#.
Ojinaga Battle at Picture Shaw.
Friday night at the picture,
show, four reels depicting thej
battle at Ojinaga dill be shown. |
These reels are realistic—in fact
it is the first real reproduction ot
4 battle ever shown and noon
din afford to miss it. In order t *
accommodate everyone, Mr.
McCollum has agreed to run the I
reels twice. The first show will |
begin promptly at 7 o’clock i> m \
and the second show at 8:30
Friday night, Feb. 20th. advt.
i <• i.u.»o*rmen
Lc a* Vlanagnr.
. RT.P.U. Program.
Leader—Noami M c Donne. I.
Roll Call, each member re-
sponding with a bible verse on
M listAna *
"Location, Size and Population
of Africa”—Mi s Jenkins.
"Language, Climate and Re-
aourcus* =Mtsa Hamilton.
"Refigion,” Illustrated by Mias <
Psalm 37, read by Mr. Jenkins
and Allen McDooald.
A brief sketch Of Livingston'a
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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/m1/3/: accessed August 25, 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).