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Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - November 21, 1926, Lubbock, Texas A PAPER FOR THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING BY ASSOCIATED WESJ LUBBOCK BOYSiCotton Still Keeps DEFEAT NORTR PLAINS OUTFIT VON TUNGELNMEN TO VICTORY IN AMARILLO i schooi rhiMrrn of j Jim xnry cji lt n tho f I1 F i Win rri rn T 1U ItLEBAT MING OF NH TO Pi Stand j j Two Imoprtant Witnesses in the Murder Case Mil f LOCKNEY AND FLOYDADA PLAN MEETING AND i JUBILEES 1 SCORE IS 12 iii th oyjntv SANDSTORMER5 WHO WON rrn GAME HERE LOSE U AT HOME IJWrry i 8y J R DOW j ilaneheJournal Staff i fftr must hc writ t for ashfctic I VOiUnifK Of thf biRh SCfiOQj Mary of firju ftuidlrK by thr T j lory of Uiitutktris BJjux tho Wolffinfh iirI RICH COUNTRY TAPPED i IS WORD FROM AGGIE COMMISSIONER uv schools ncvr SAT K PROSPECT of Qu md liin iiuo this j anU Fioydada wore prepar i to ccJoIjratt tho ovent in Huh ILiins City GROUND FOR GRAIN SAYS EATON to v it J u if vr it to 7 Tho can not the Ufvfft ivax thetwo ciivAhrt5 t fjisrit victory hifrcid over thf Lyhbock i in th Tirxt of Ue play thr Von hu4J i Aftrr j KJ nnd I tokloJia Jnj to yard th jn SAndifti IT ynri line with and sMo h and dnvt for 4 tc wholl jv tlitomJns will y is h of vion county farm thai 3th loxv of ovUun ual chuncr for iho fjviniors JioiSnnlrs attention to In a Isrtcr fannprs fnr tlir riN of tho ihse add i tr of th3t alrta Hiv So i it is Ifhrir testify th state Mr Jl MiHa had confessed to iier licr for Use llev pay rrvorrj LOCKNEY PLANS PARTY turn o fif tii of roction nuty bol ioi in tfcr sorchurn t ir Eiu yrar to ie than Hfr hiy pndlrfion Wr rt juhlor nnd cekbrntion for Thanks J aovordlhR to i tMei InviusUon nwlvfii hy frorn H Adiftms p15ror of the Bcrvcor and serrotiiry of the j A win no proad by the j ftnoihfri fiatoft rriv I frvr fry anoiufri l Ihr5rn rn frr o vf diirine thf lt Ct h arrf in 1 in griin i Continued ou Page ij REBELS DEFEATED j i for kingdom WHISKEY With of MulcsJ tnrnvi nf nbcr t UNTED STATES OF BRITAIN Autonomous From On Belrto On Equal mlrioci in lo any sthrr remain hv comer ft tho ty irnriition and to thf crown Ask Take Over AU Supplies of Sooze ancf Manufacture More 1 aU iI ho if virnfTA O in hirsr prohibition pnrts are fo aifnd Lotfe htty u to 5 ns that thrivlnr PlrUrrsi cfty the plan i ha iV frier tr aid hi but Id in tho city From t of the contompLatj ed Lncknry at the t rf nf them other froisj EsteUne t7 in OtPtro count hrother LUBBOCK BRIEFS CHARGE FORGERY ISSUES TAX JUDGMENTS 1 lax n he cour hy M MuIStcfln ransje intotal rsssler of CANANT MAKES BOND hf rniirsl in COURT AT CROSBYTON PUyer Held I Ju rirt hy Attorney A nrnt Smith court Vv FLOYDADA JUBfLANT rtOYDAPsV Tfcxns PJcyfiula rlini t o tii i Priins to scrurc direct onsicrn i TliiiJn Tvhwtl crop hniiK4 vor the new Denver road A nisssrfcceilrur Snferf1 tlfhas ralijrl work thf hf for tisc Cjnanrcu Acmr cihcr county j TELEGRAMS CONGRATULA TION more uro rpmj iritn the j avrsnlns of tho Ilonvvr Tloritt iii to hori j wero recfjvod by the rilU of ComI morre LuSfeck con on TcijI I K u Chamber of Com5 I AmariHo Texas A FJ to rri HOT Ton u jJ lliimih tor TTct Tnsas j CLAUBF c WILD of I law Mrs Mills longbefore the N trial Millsboars a j i to his Lrbthor in a tosses Denver rorrr WORTH NOV ffn this i Car JN Two Not Dead Drinking Sav Cops I v trniuiances out the I highway lour I NEWS MEN ORGANIZE INj hurt 11NG T i i COLORADO DOW B V PRESIDE JOURNALISTS ARE FOR W TEXAS MAN ON ROAD COMMISSION harriid to scene and saved the I trouble with one man 1 ho pronoiinctd drunk and put j j in jail Thr othor scioiis was rushed to a hospital and i him hclnt dead NOT GUILTY OF ROBERTSONS DEATH LAD 10Y drunk joirsecl put up his corni a tight MOTHER OF SLAIN YOUTH SreriaJ To Tic COLORADO Nov VTes pivss lro siith 7 of a nnrt F RoW j ssalnit a pest of Colorado secretary rind trensuror adopted nt t H f r t onr iavorinpr thr comrnls BEGS IN VAIN FOR VENGEANCE pariion in jnU first I f Two other oar drivers complained ihe rented car in which the pair wrre driving had hit them hit tho ditch rvnv v T to use cxun of it Is said and a quart jsr which lne of jwas NOT guilty of murdering 1 Governor iliriam Eiison Saturday granted a full par Frank Collier Tri accordoni rrn Jnvitaiion j Chsimhrr of Com r of intrrestptl South Pin Ins about stnt by iu mnn rs Colher next vrcek Rould Serilns a 10year sentence Haskell countyfor itMTTT a sentence MKW rHlFBrPl Ha2ke11 for murdei M niill i of Klziu Robinson PARISH BUYS FOR GoTHJC CHURCH TO COST Prank who fired the fatal j shots was sentenced to three years lor Iroir Wichita coun ty His xhiriyday Qovercor Fe rgaiscn be cause Ui cnpire 2S Col mayor of Wichita at Stertln briefly church I 10 v thu mcnfr fotalks on I mLi3c Public dofinitc ulnns to Pleads Vainly nost Tcsris P irS ColUcrs ancoun j Cca afcoiit three hours after Mrs fu i y irn ivr i crithor day for iho of orcranjzinp iho WHS ar Editor 1 the ci thfr TirnrsSicna of 1n at lhe corier enipTfLry Mr ilii us Vvenue Q jj sito 8UfiCT nnd a a chtircL did talks were KSvrn stnwsly favor Thc church aflSth and Robonon of Ebrfe inpthr i AvcriaoO will bomoved to the Tesi 12 he vias killed had Discuss riS t nrill i tearfully the of Inosed as a chapcl for ColHcrs Irs Robert Thrreniafniaft part of the morn ini vlsea as a for to the the or J cuped tne church T 11 i O f X 1 t D n T H Plans Being B wi t h her son th 2 vras killed The pardon potver pivoa to it a abeTttn undor ihe Jed Rix rcprsmunr the govern01 Kith neon members of the naris ir 131J coinc to the and iinnRimously reeled T Mrirtin of Snydfr prnsidcnr i L oi dfnt E ReH rcLtry ATTck r i The proclamation that many ratneni Wichita FaJIs Orcat Today ker by thc Clririty who usod t OV O7 vvris nam trucks of Sander brothers btr cf thc T T T of Has Tiutmeat store here was Pi T their burnld I j nt i J SS nnsa a sct hy tho DAN GETS FIRST BUCK liv normi vJcfofrin tijo CTrcatost rall ttyhfs Jn history HO JH icofi3vjvj nt man of th Fort Worthadd Don vcr Eurltncrton systoni by an Sams project IVt day won a year contoKt for rf thr interstate com inorroo to tap vst frontier IOl tvf fstcri s rnir en and enJ WcihodJsts Will Add Piant at Houston ind Builcf r Bg Library Ian Mooiy and ilrs j ORAXGC Xbv 2D srlvcd Tifro today for a hunt 1 thj rTethod hospital at He IdJkd his first buck a ten I HoTjsion hy ho addition of aneTr snft in afterhis MAYFIELD SAGS A LION rrfor 73 patients and to erect librEry huildfTjs costin Sou th at or the Texas ef or the Southern Methodist Stste Cnnant C3ty Jn football jay vrh Friday in on SA4TA FE WANTS TO City 6r HOLD BOX SUPPER v of a supper givon at t fprfrjs hy fiVii Friilrjy hy in ht in CrtMrt Trial proSaMy xvill he 1 UFfsI K Siylnt for tho rfarins Jancnry of j Thonr a crowilof tUstrlct j with from Lub KILLED AT CROSS NC a for Vvksi vi Hvkjrrtnt wn TSuel CM Uy a caf st MU H town Fir vy J in booth 5 furnished Attractions for carn L PROWLER JAILED n Svyp mottior to lrok him np ftd to found the bov and WEATHER mothers He is now in AUTOMOBILE BURNS BUILD INTO POST i PCiFlT Xov 20 Wfrsh ChAmhcr erf Ortn1 Itliad off Wai in that tho Santa Fe rrtUroail of thr ro ririM aTJpe frnni Worth toPost inOarss years asro Ciarity with the maze shift in TJJA Xorthern winning iray to the acpnts offfe ho Worked for 10 years before elevation to chitf in Lnnl orffcc or the Ho paJnctl theapproval TTale TIofoTfft of thontrri 3ncrton so that TRAM THROWS ACID Marshall Feeds Hobo Gets Burns Because She HatT No for Him IN CAR CRASH JBAPTI5TS MUST CUT DOWN HOUSTOX NOT 20 s i Projects Most Be Abandoned to i Texas j frailroad rtbcvit thr face ncll tho citr j shev hy r tramp whom Phc j Tho trarop after bfllnir rfvcn I foc she sate nshed forcof JP toM thrro as of CaJveston I aB killofj hore tcnisrht a heaVr I tfnirinsr car inxrhich ho Vas with another mrtn turnod over at a Way for Largar CcJIeges Afailtne Schbcfman Says mjjos Texas Xav 2j tJ crtirr TO rehools colons tbo cburih br to c of intfcfi DALIES NVv M Tr J of about cirht WHO S HE Iort Wort Blames Cotton Surplus on Flairs Plant Sure Monev Crop i 1 to 2121 34th JsivntlAy rwrrly cloudy th J Lte tn before planlmg of the vftAl areas of Pfafhs in when fertile country jnst as suceessfujfy support many other crops is in hs opinion tftrectlyrC for huge surplus and the consittiueni Jew price elf sta ple G H Penland president of the Waio Twine MiMs said yesterday Her that the farm of this section would pUm oth certainly prcfitabie and cotton ifr of state where It on Much Lap Plowed IT J n TAFT i 5and Let South Live i f j i account nature of the soil and on account of cHmate the best montymaker for Gotten aa prof Stable hsaid as other crops and ths very fact cofeon I planted will say OhVVf pW cotSS of more Und planted 5n wonV the reduc t as the rariQes of thfe frtairrs wilf by i n acreage of w T in an trapt to him Thr navy siso he chewed for SG cpolice said I TAPT RANCH MAN D1Ea j j Hand of DeaJi Takss Msn Owned Carmcl Cotisge f wnoh in of death reached the S that best thing to do is f it net to Bay we but to j nV say now lets everybody plant as j rnuch cotton he Then tho CHURCH MEET CLOSES TODAY i press cffecrupon the cotton market
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