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   Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS VOL j xo TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERT SUNDAY MORNING T11 RT HT PAGES LUimoCi COUNTS TEXAS SUNDAY PlilGE 5 CEXTS 1ER COPY KEEP BACK TWO TO Ail Night Vigil Is THREE MILLIONS SO I Rewarded by Booze COMMISSIONER WOULD MATERIALLY RE DUCE ACREAGE NEXT YEAR TEXAS WONT GATHER AS MUCH AS BALES HE SAYS By UiiUo1 AUSTIN Oit J rrll Uif follMSviiifr twlay lo ill rrp roUon tJ mrary I iii J oclock yonUrtluy I u by ibe at crude ten 1 four corn j vi ami ifarvhi by dtsutj ttbeiSfffi Ford Huruly off ihrft vwitj beinir i north xvent to Friday und watchcit T Auspicious Their first lo m they say Ten to Two Breaks World Series Record Control Board to Arrive Here Today i N YMlFFORlm in l ID T I TippftI off ihrit Off IflOn 5n liu Iii mi I 1 west of tho officer brothers silh vlukillon lute A imr Hh iho tiffiro OKLAHOMA IS Ii it way be approximately car rind I rr lv ihvu STILLS AND COTTON FLOAT DOWN RIVER FAMILIES ARE youth it Iliain uf eni lv ijf m ar his i srtirikjnic uvo PRESIDENT Ar COTTON AID COMMISSION i i Fly j TVesiiTvnt cotton rttary ol price thr frj K v s tluJr center jf iU on the of Arrow J adviAabta n nukr tJUf family j of hat the gh lmk J Aj in rch rraipty the v ere rector Oikenc Mcyir nance carry en for shelter the fumf Sort t to rush fuf dry kind by jor i Insinuation Nine I LMj in a small Hij5lvo room house at thetxJge of th down out U tfie cotrun Bteiamrc as pixv n to crntjicnt to thr South thrvtugh W YEARS FOR AUTO THEFF mni rncdijtip crpuit SfsrrriMry pcaUtl syihriei on riiw mattrial cnn tx cliastcrT rt inn iirxlurtmr Such action in u to S th ton wuuW greatly the i remove jjnnioky tho L T0 Pen After Tahoka epi kttvr I tro TAHOKA Oct Conruillco iilla K Itamiiton was Jo tiirrr Inprosonment in on here loxlny ArsTiUr of rormry xvtts id to i yrruriKr SHOP AT MULESHOE Oct of this pLicc a In thf TTiuik buJidinv 1r ft P O Jvrr n and one ywtr in the few tickets are yet un sold Ihclicutions yesterday were of i OLD WAR HORSE ALEXAN tendance at tho banquet to be DER HOLDS EM WHILE Muldav the dining room niATTc i the Jubbock to the MATES POUND EM board of control to xvhich every cJti Lubliuck who js interesUd Jn BY ALAN J GOULD the Tech College ami the A and 31 station is arrive hero iOon from be youth and will be j a delegation of citi wiIf escort them for an au HUNDREDS GATHER SAVE LADS WHEN TOO LATE On Car HmK righilns hko instead f Ked their wny baok mot b the thick of he series rcns loth Bodies Foiihcl j i u v it 4jt iiitt n Lilt ijl till j battle ttnlsiy us their old pitching S onoljll1 tlrivc the fity They will L muster Orover niiht Monday the the second an nspcction trip through j tjm jtntj college and the experiment bcbllltl lhe err u Vir 4f emn whlch lhe Cswft of lKe coll uu Vitional League onampions at lhis lirnQ i tneir in 1 ho t DROWNED BOYS WERE SONS OF FLOYD COUNTY FARMER Special to Oct Alien and Fred AHcn 1J were at this afternoon in the AUeh Brown Jake five ami out half mtlx north of Tho boys In com ihefr in sixth of sanio n of tl 2 with I full attendance lie such savusefury that and tickets iro now wih Mclvin Bob Shn or cither at tho hotel or u the raft oiS I for por All wisollnccnns s umS r C K be in for i boat rule on the lake ilietlvtnry put ihe back U clock Monday no thai reiamtiuns which niorrthau Ivilf u inile on terms wtih the Yankees Unny be by themanajjemchi ot 1 When they reached tho center of uitli three to theirltny dining room rind foricU thi baseball charn pkmshl to seven sanies for the a row It wts a stirrinp the battllnsr the limit third year of In back for for the first PLANS ARE NEARLY COMPLETE BIDS WILL ONTEXAS AVENUE AND 16TH STREET and on the strength of it they inay have odds for the seventh decidinpr tomor ut thtYankee stadium Xot t peak after a relapse i that pat them out f tho rbnjiihj on home v j but theyare further forfcUed for Tie decisive piichins by property owners Rogers Ilornsby has bi hero of a shut out triumph ijyor tho Yankees primedfor Allort decided to tako ri in water abbut u foot over his i head His younger brotherseeing that he was in difficulty xvent tohisV res cue and both boys drowned L The other boys sivara j and spread the rieivs nelgrhbbrfi more than Ixjckner SHORT V Iieolle Wrnel out rtFfmd the SHORTLY The body of Martin A Hen i to be found Jones hody xo the surface i Herbert Xichoias Lnimtdiruely brougfit j the Alfred Allen to vra bodies were Avithln f each f6ufid Th4 are of 31 r Mrs TV ho live at Prairlo hiK Millet IEiaTFTlt fjur runs xh vrrits records Kell Jn four trips j a homr run t 16 tf vicsorv t nd former who in Xtw York broke all world lfr tat kinphif three TS Guthain battle must Jloyt jo the mound out of j Shocker slated for the ljCAenth came inn he eliminated hlmseif today by the bom f with Shawkey I A chill uind sivept the Yankee stacSiiin today the utten dance lo but it pond With with tin f6s loiinei Uie surrpuncliiijr stretches with his They clinched the the firs smashing in tUree off before the red arm of tho Yankee veteran had time la Kxcept far L evv nitervajs thereafter the Cardi nal cloiafns kept up a steady iMixlmetn coniinFr tutt climax in the S been approved by the City JjOckny No funentl arrangemeats Cant ilans on the will Ix let under one contract be Jinished in the next days and will be advertised for Mr Smith said KNttnsionii will be made on to Ifith and on 10th from Avenuv Q to the en i of the street just east of Coilesro Avenue cull frr two ina onehalf Tibed y prepenti t ii te have beeii made at tins time DAUGHERTY JURY HUNG Agree on Verdict Property Case in Allen ed i ih n v nr on preference a The a natural foundation will cost approximately y foot AV TPKK case report inability to agree ctt1 f Uc xvas to return to the jury room for further deliberations At the tinr of their the case hacl i their hands for more than tiventyflve hours KILLED AT GONZALES Man When McElroy Is Shot Jessie baio APPROVE FIVEDAY WEEK AND PICKING DECLARING NO PROFIT UNDER CONDITIONS NOW L t i Hfi Votes Urtansmously for Short priceson Makfnn a er Work Time rcr in office of Ifnrmcra in till Is of the MM o a K J ami rtU be a to thL L T Oct fternoon started Cation k VOTFTU W5ok was cut hs iho rricos of iinonlmnujFly approvrd horp today by to tho convention of the American rVdorution of Labor who Thr frtrmvrs vlih and KJ i lor X C J AV Bush Burns and j Luther Green J A Illchanlpoh C p M J Smith Alford s Griffin K C FSarnett P MHler L fl K Swantl J K Goo1 M seventh when Shawkey was shelled front the hill and shattered when four clattered over the plate Lester Bell Suirwar thirdhase num was the pun In the bar rajre b the Cardinals attack Hiis single in the in niijjr over two runs cjudniic what proved to the nins tally while in tho seventh he walloyed 1 terrific home run into lhe lft Held stands that scored Bottomlcy ahead of him Rell had front age the s on a four inch concrete cost n difference cf on the fifty feet Payments x Aged tend over a period of five years onej sixth cash and the other payable in five otiuai installments anmiaUy or By United Press annually per fifty feet for tho j GONXAlsES base ind annually jjer j shot and kiUedat 10 a fifty feet for tho pavement on euncret o uutreets here Satufaa Imr in the sixth i I o nrccord thrns In tht A f the mrctlnsr n v v t jii tjjVTjt ft4 f lilltHl k ii I If LubbockHgh School football team jcroufFy we dW rich hour tiiion hjc baen assured t t i nt of cottnn nnd PtcklhK V Mses f U n Uni C IT T How about yours Eight more needed company wiM orJ the 25 as soon as j are Assured a j chance that eight patriotic 1 high school boosters wUJ 1 in the AvalancheJournals campaign to help Lubbocks own gridiron heroes The following have promised to each for Cornpany the AvatftncheJowrnat W B Powell Harry Meyers Dr Gecrpc G Inj Myrick Hardware Campany Sherrotf Hardware Company Tech CafeV Morten JSmith D H teaverton Barrier Brothers MintcrGameh WcWhorier Rob and Palton Lubbock TaHoring W J parrctii need tha ban the same as the Hovy about yowr Brino or mail yeur check to the care of the Dot ncwl f An canipnlsn Of tho five day th public launched adoption of the resolution the Wi tho s1 roots bjv i ho f Armors in 1 S t i than ur hour men 1 Mlirnod the vijxr tiipht statrmcnt cnuld jiVrry It A M lrrmen J CHANGE TO STANDARD DRILL ON YELLOW HOUSE WELL tiftrTbijJt hv t Ion on th Hkolr aotijn r oon t j of t Ftnir rurV vf the county the cry throcirh eartr j nfpht to the nJgJit at Rope a larsr Nfi t in Lamb county whore owners and fromrotary to stnndarsl s prices on isoki equipment The test if nou t fft deep an1 so I C H T KiTd H Hcffinpton H If Green vela r If Coffin ot broth K K Tack iy r iJStryktr G H one other A double but his two blowi to enaMe hinj to tie the series reconl for Irivint in runs four alto trether he the single ffajne wark first set by Imer Smith in when he hit x home run ljfes ful1 Irobklyn and tied when the ihed three home or herr with t mate on base MA WONT RESIGN Governor WHJ No Attention to House Request LUCKY LITTLE ANTS ofjWtrr Pcur Tequila And Other Booze for j On Em Tcxn Oct a Poriruson of Texas will hold her office until the expiration of the torm for which was her official nonth njcce hrjvcbtcn Ton Inch casing Arirt onro in operutfon It he no further Reuben Jofttn of Henrietta an is thought there will STARTS GtNNlNG jrJn A rrw for t reports PLAGUE FACES CITY and Threaten Flooded Bcardstowr medJatefy folloxvlnf the shooUnp jSteTihenson Nurrcndtred to the i A shot gun loaded with j buck ivas Stephonpoh 75 of The cause of the trKjredyis unkhoivn BROWNlNG STJLL LOVES HER BKARDSTOWX Oct j t bllliy of food shortage and United TVoss faced uf to XK Oct F A j fci V W j t 4 1 day they to the few hijhspots in the city t xvntcrs the Tho vUy is hy Mater thn Illinois viver rmupRtcly pr for H Inrgf portion of ihe populiitzon is virtually rhe Troalthy by yfrunjrbnrte and fofllinr of his 15fe vith proclaimed the public todav that ho SH loves the former Peaches Heenan Vanes her TWONEWJUSTIC THIS COUNTY SAY The conference of lhe rum hns dip OejL k here this wvrk the 5 first bale was broucht hrrf during tho by O Tl of i to tht for 2 this season than Hodges in fhe county office aftcrnoor it county that of the declJnr in I tne rr cotton pHcra price ofpicking lwn should lw to 73 IXT bun ThP campaign iirctl Is S1 when also that Jn to th be to riff of e Ss it to orad frnm oout house tne crov crnor oontempiriiPd resljyhJnsr ac J conlnnw election xvaper nf the ants tipy 30 crnts vhat tho UqOor thtfy r frttnrtiay aTS1 vpurYst into the ivfsnts A poon the ants terhe visjtcxJ liev office The f woman trivemor was nsk to cniry irtitthcvwaptT in A tion which pasypti the house but killed In the senate of the sjon which journey yostcrrtay tif for all i niunity in coimty tinj Ko 2S xvhich Avill located Tit the dcr thr ncccssitatoil 5 Q on 4th St by tho croivinp population thv j corn prising crftatlrm of four new tlu nue Q and north of the dlvjtlinpanef county nn4 ihewMtion of two new Xo 29 which will bo located at Justice M the Peace precincts Aver jlFnion Schoolhousc and Xo 30 at Ab announced Saturday at tho office of ernalhy the cov JUe follow lines of several boi ItnSa of the County Commit j os in the countr hare been changed Frirtay j cwntortri to Tho that The four two ofuhch fall territory ir n statetl box rffu re Jn tho city of Avm ho wholiyivfthift Justice i voters nt the general volt1 j WEATHER JO ii C Ball prpiiou ment a experi TEXASTSundayand Mamunlfm Lnbbocktemperatiiireaf mlftjmum 6 Section on tliVr Jr Xo All election Applies for the vender the urpeH that n IT election are in iiAirts themstelviMs with S county offScJatK i so that confuslort in voter tHe mhy IM nvofdoij The two iNerirr wVH belocateii at the corner of iffth arid Cotlcjie Arc nop Ail residents of the city and out Q cluctlng the Soulhwest   

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