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Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - October 17, 1926, Lubbock, Texas THE EOTJRE PLAINS rwa BIG ONE EVERY SUNDAY VOL i m FORTY PAGES LUJJBOCK LUBKOCK OCTOBER 102 HE BEATMY DAD CHINESE BURN TO DEATH ON MUNITIONS Ji JL FLOATING INFERNO ostal j Are President aild Mrs Coolidfie For Si si mrviv J C5 i 1 If 9 9 t III I 1 1 1 4 I 111 ONLY 300 OF ON TRANSPORT ESCAPE ALIVE She Bombards Town EXPLODING SHELLS HURLED ABOUT AS SOLDIERS PERISH N i i UhlUtJio fiircvs i Nvv i iu i hanlit four holtJ j iiIirnn iKld up a iotvffl iiitii of n j r ttJvi approximately TO BATTLE FOR EDITOR SAYS QUEEN MARIE FFROftON IS EXPLOITING OUR rfillllUOUrt YHIUJQO UNITED STATES OF COUNTY WILL TRY TO GET COMMISSION TO RESCIND ACTJON officiiN who have of which i IOOKT of tips with t 1 thintsflvts is art ion of the county othiK i of c 1C jj NICHOLSON ENRAGED o bHit by W j thtcounty council rd of the nnrJ from rnoh of thf borne tton thibs in en tiny rtfturnoon will Myrilf Murray of UK A il rxtoiiwirn scr of this work an active 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