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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - June 2, 1914, Lubbock, Texas                                 SECTION TWO  ìi  VOLUME XIV.  LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2. 1914  hero this week, and informed Postmaster Wright that he had purchased two For Is to carry the mail on.  BROWNFELD  Terry County Herald:  In conversation with Rev. J. C. Lewis last Saturday, he informed us that be is contemplating t.he‘ erection of a lot of hot-beds next year, and will be prepared to supply the public with all kinds of plants hero at  celling of the services.  iftornoon and night  CROSBYTON  LAMESA  lie view:  For the second time during the last three months, the business district of Crosby top suffered a loss by fire last Saturday- night, wh'en three buildings Were entirely destroyed ,*by Are.  Dawson County News:  We note with pleasure that the lie with all kinds of plants hero iarms In this county are developing:  Th{? bu n d j n . y wt>re OW ned-by the Em-home. Hqj is going to plant the * into a higher stage of cultivation. ^ Hardware Company, F. 5i. Collier famous tomato that is attracting eo I The young farmers have certainly | ,, nd  p, rucu  carmack, respectfully, the mufh attention. We are glad to h«ar j improved upon ihe the old fogy nieth-| fj ra f being occupied as a warehouse of an enterprise like this going on ods of their fathers, and a inore mod* agricultural implements, hard-  ern way of farming iB causing    j ware..  e ^ c . »fcmd being vacant,  er Earth to produce her largest andj an( j  ( jj e     being used as a pcol  best crops,    ,    | nail. The origin of the Are has not  E, F. Cox returned last Saturday ■ been determined, only the fact that it from the old home, where he went j »tarti-cl in the pool hall aihout 2:00  cent daughter."  The St. Louis Star thinks it is a dangerous decision, '“in that it Will lead many a fiery-tempered man with n grudge to wreak his vengeance,  J. K. WESTER’S FUTF  in Terry.  It has been definitely decided iy the local camp, Woodmen of «.'to World, that they will pull of a big picnic In Brown field on July 17, the same being Friday. While the picnic will be under the auspices of the Woodmen, and the progrim throughout the day will be- undei their charge, everybody in the county, and out of it, for that' matter, are cordially invited to be on hand that day and participate In the varied pleasure».  M, V. Brown field has Uncle Pill Howard skinned on the apple question. lie brought in a short branch ftow • Missouri Pippin at the ranch that contained flC apples. Mr Brown -field »ays there will he lot* of apples *t the ranch this ¡year.  Mr. Fort, from #1* mile« south of Branco, paused through hero Saturday with abou* 400 head of «toe?«, which he wa» driving to a (nurture n&ar Lubbock.  Mrs. E. B. Wright came in last week from Lubbock, where she had been visiting revives.  CAiL  Borden Citizen:  A petition was circulated lust week, petitioning Judge Reeder to order as election to vote on issuing bonds to the * mount of 12/hw, with which to build, a new school building in Gall. T , s***tty-llve names were signed to the  to attend the funeral of his mother, „  cIock a m  ^ing known. The Em  men tj on of whose death was made 1   ma Hardware Company carried $1,*  In last weeks paper. We again wlshj -^^ whicn fully covered the loss, to express our heart-felt sympathy ^jj e  p 00 ] ^„*11, including building and  with Mr. Cox in this his great sorrow and bereavement.  GOMEZ  Contents was valued at about $1,500 and was insured for $1,000. The Collier building was valued at about. $460  « gruuge co w,r«w ma reuswuivv, | - ,    .    , t    ---77. ■.....  and then plead the unwritten law.”    voters    122nd Leg^islar, tive part in the prohibition. camoii  That Is done already. Not one Am«*  0 ° ¿fUudtrth« „ot many of  ctn jury in a a thousand will convict j my neighbors $nd friends, I have | if I am elected to the legislattrrer I' -'¿i upon the plea of the unwritten law, j teridcd to become a candidate for,.-hall work, first, for submission« ac4 ' '  the office of Representative from iit that }s defeated, I shall ftnrop*«B|J-the One Hundred and Twenty-second j law to regulate it^and also to 4lvoi% ., iUbirict, subject to the action of the j it 'from the politics of ¿he' a£dto£-'/i Democratic primaries in July.    i While I deem the prohibition  1 have lived in West Texas since (ion very important, and especially' }  . S84, and know something of its con-! for the moral welfare of our people, ihtjon» and the wants of the people, j yet I think that the next legiala&tifc J ' served in the 23rd and 24th Legis- should at once sdbmlt it to the peifttf#' ’-I lutures of Texas, hence have had i ir. the form of a constitutional anted#* -V some experience in the lawmaking ment and let the people settlo i&i > bodies of our state.    ¡then turn its attention to other/4nt^.-  Ftdlowing are some of the things !  pjrtant needed legislation,    M:  which sometimes is an invention or more or less an exaggeration of the motive of homicide, in practice,therefore, it makes little difference whether the unwritten law is recognized by t')p courts or not: it is recognized l.y the juries.  The Star feara that the. South Carolina decision will become a precedent “in this day of the precedent fetich, when reports of all states are combed for cases to be cited to the trial juc'ge,” and presents the case as “another and a strong reason why ihe United States should adopt the  for which I stand  Education Our educational institutions must be properly provided for and educational advantages should ¡be put within the reach of every child. A com-I.uJtoiy educational law should be  rrerch practice in which precedent ) a«sed by the next legislature. The  iy unknown and every case must be ‘.rled upon its merits."  That, too. Is an open question. A precdent Is taken by a trial judge  ano was not insured. A considerable 1  as an indication of what the ajjpel  ^® r ii/“ oun ^ r  ^ era ^ :     <iuaniity of the stock of the Emma! late courts will hold. To this extent  Report« from west of here are that jiar^aro Company was carried from it is vahn<ble. Moreover, precedent* last Sundays rain waa as heavy, If j jj, e  burning buildine, but content» of I make known thé judicially determln not the heaviest, ever witnessed outj^g  poo j |, a |j  were 3  total loss. The . il t.i rpretatlons of the law. so that then*.. The rain here in Gomez was  a j ann  brought out quite a crowd of rUlzens as well as trial c urts may heavy and lasted most of the after-* p eo ple despite the hte hour and many j understand what the law means, noon, but the rain was harder west,  W |jij ng  hapd* volunteered to assist i Perhaps there is too much respect and people at church could not go ¡ n 8av ing whatever could be carried for precedent that is based upon tech home until near night. There was outt     nicality or formality. Of late the  some hail at Mr. Lem ley s which de-! Cto&by county Socialists met in I court« are showing a commendable stroyed his garden, a d at Mr. John ft a |j a  ( a8 t Friday to nominate a coun^J disposition to apply the rule of rea Days, the water fell so fast that it tj c | ce t  aïu i transact other business son, and not to be guided wholly by wanhed up 15 acres of his crop. Sev- pertaining to their party organisa-!ancient example., eral pet.pie from west of Terry and ij on  The ticket as nominated, fol-j WrT would not go so far as to say Yoakum claim there was a T-lnch | ( , W8 . county Judge, Frank E. Jones; j that the unwritten law should be ac rain out there last Sunday. All the ^ auri ty Clerk, C. M. Presley; Sheriff,• cepted by the courts, for it is a out«of-te>wn people who werel here, f r «tulc McDennitt; Tax Asse>sor, J J plea much abused, but we do not  ftayed over and most of them stayed until Monday.  HARRIS  . !  E. Miller; Treasurer, B. T. Hines; .1. E. Mi Her, the County Chadrman, presided and S. A. Oliver, County Secretary, had charge of the minutes. It is said that precinct conventions «111 te held later on to nominate candidates for precinct offices.  Work on the new Method ich church  Terry County Herald:  J, W. Hooker and wife arrived from t.ubbock last Tuesday to visit their  son, L. H. Hooker, andf amity here. ? been practically completed and petition, and the felce»l«n wa* order-¡They started on to Lorlngton, N. M., !  tb<|  buildin# is about ready to be oo *d for jitfy 18th. Burden c*>unty al-1 Sunday, to visit another son, Jeff  CU pied. The carpenter* have completed their part of the work and the ¿«inters are nearly thr: ugh. It is expected that services will b« held in July 5th, th ugh this announcement is not positively made, a» there may  ready boaau of having the beat school i Hooker. Mr. and Mrs. Hooker will *ny county In the atate. and with I *i*jnd a few days here on their re-  our new school building * a d competent f«e«|ty, we oan bo««t of as goo« «choot« at will be found anywhere in the Weit,  C. V. Cates was in town Saturday. 3Wr. v*tes has just returned from Lubbock. whetv he wa« operated on for appendicitis, and we are glad to aee Mr. rate« up and doing «o well.  SEMINOLE  Sentinel:  turo trip.  Brit Ciar» went. the^li-ranch list Tueetttiy, returning Thursday,  They were branding up there. Brit^^ something to prevent the service bought SO head of heifer calve« front  ar t jj W  time.  J W. Gordon.  Mr*, jno. W. Bilker and two children. of Lubbock, are visiting the Sawyer family. We understand they are old friend«.  We hear lot« of complaint of worm«  THE SPAN OF LIFE  Robert G. fngersoll said: “Life is  share the view that the South Carol-na decision will let loose vengeful men to do murder under pretense. It will serve mainly to give dignity to a defense which is always offered when it has any basts in fact and which 1« always accepted by sympathetic people.  There * little use in arguing against • fact or a state of mind.  rual high school law passed by the last legislature «should be amended so as to make it practical and to measure up to the possibilities w*hich can be afforded by rural tiiqrh schools in placing a practical education with agriculture, domestic economy, and industrial training within the reach of every child who lives in the country, and if I am elected. I shall ure my beet efforts to bring about puch reforms.  Our highe# Institutions of learning must be maintained, and I favor liberal appropriations for the University of Texas, the A. & M. College, and the State Normal scho4hk.JtaMkder that this may be accompl;  I favor county supervision oVour schools, andwiigjge the countiy are tod Hparsqj^^ule® I favor gvuping several countiejyglirining a JPustrict, and have_^jpnct supervjfon for these cou Our penal Instli self-supporting, and change in the systei be self-sustaining, codes of crimhn^'and^pivil ure qkmiMgprchang nicalitfg^sould n# delay j Incur extra expense, and I vor such reforms Our eleemosynaflr instit be made safer an# larger, em to ti he un  usings nor 1, I sbaU on which )f my dl*-  sha¡i use my best e dsavors to this end.  These are a few of the thing* for which I stand. If elected, favor any and all legislation' will be for the betterment of x.„ . trict and the state at large. I «h«tL he unable to see many of the vote*« of the district, but hope they will investigate my character and ability, and record as a public servant, and after a thorough investigation, If they believe I am worthy, J shall ap? predate their Influence and support, and promise, if elected, to use my very best efforts to represent them in the Texas Legislature.  J. K. WESTER.  CURE SORE-HEAD CHICKENS  One of the most effective cure* "sore-head” in chickens is to pli the sick fowls In a small pen and put water and food where they can easily find It, according to Dr. Mark Francis. professor of veterinary science at the /... M. College, of Texas. Dr Francis says that this disease ren-  favor enlarging of taking care oi our state.  The land pro! In such a mann sible for his home.  The «tntc  ibuld tbe* H will tcitisen  a narrow «pan b tween tihe lofty I der* the fowl» blind, and that most pi-aka of two eternities. Hope sees ! of the deaths are caused by »larva* ■ a star; and Lore, listening, bear*; Uon. By putting them in a «mall en-bothering stock this year. The Vial-^ gentle dapping of a wing.” idosure and placing food and water jet ranch dehorned 1,800 head of j We eotnmend this at a 4ne thought, where they can find It easily, they Hoi* H©*ine*, tiie youngest son of, steer*« recently, and they were l»v- j ii»gers<rii wae an optimist of physical «rill eat and drink enough to safe Mf, anfr Mra. R, B. Holm««, happened * n 8 * time, doctorl% them for worms.. ||f e  jj e  ^ not seem to have a them. In a short while the disease to a very «erinn« accident Tneeday! W. J. Satterwhite Is moving the  Very c j wr  conception of spiritual ex- will pass away evening. Rom wm ridfnf on a “go- S. cattlb out of the Win«» pns-derft,** with hi« older Inrathir, ture today, Twwday. We understand  and fell from the «esu«, (toe of the ^o, B. Slaughter will not renew hi«  :on* knives «truck hi« root, ju«t above the toes, almost entirely ampntaUng ihe foot, only a tittle ef the flesh and skin on the under side of the foot being left, bui an effort 1« beis* made tb flpiv« t4n ftwt Lateet report «tate« timt Dm chHd it vetting w«n.  W» Jt* if, Ooyton, of Plnlnview, «c-  lease on that pasture.  MEADOW  fcy » am*» tnm the Guy.  Jmktm Mm on  ^ m Mttm, or. Guyton ÜPt- pirfofftted a eduple at •liÄn Jiewfti’aiWI 0É*»’  $ÊÊ/h‘    gtrüHfy-wnf  ¿«.ÉüciM him'  U «Htehet Io m op  tóÉ*- 4 ' f rt . B%  Herald:  Our First Nine matched a gum* a gai tut the Married Men Saturday. The game resulted In 7 to 0 In ta* vor of the hoya. The nun pot up a good same, considering some or them h«d sot played slnee Jfeey were bojWL  Lightning «truck Lee Cowan’« boose Sunday sventa* and tore off «Mngle« on « svrfaee two feet wide and aet  istrnce, and therein he failed to A Houston paper has suggest, broaden into a sphere of lasting good j In "swatting the rooster,” as to all mankind.    j by the poultry expert« of the A. ft.  “The spaa, of life" Is based cm I AI. College of Texas, the males should time. Time is just as limitless m j be killed at an early age, to avoid eternity, yet, as time serves us. we j serving tough fowls. No matter how pans away from the stage of action, t ancient the bird may be. If he 1«  Our Idee* of eternity are «hat we j placed In a tireless cooker and cook»  will rise superior to Time’* corroding-^d thoroughly, it will be found that _____________________________  influence«, and enter Into eternity*« | the bird I* a rare delicacy. The A. ft *nr« which wlil better Ha condlt'on, golden glow.    ! profe«sors say they have tried thl* feenre bettsr wages and prct-jetion  iterests of our red and en cou r-every le^MApte way. been suggeyed that the pht>-ied to farmers ite of inmrest for the pur-homes, did I shall favor ilation,_jrf||rtuch safe-gu^rd >und Pvtect the school  r re-disBleting the state ona! Mstricts. #o that West Texa# may hale its number ccngressnyi, and net have to to othej^^ortions of Texas Xj^con gi essnpHT-at-large.  TwT text-book problea^ffiould be investigated. and if Jjffn cheaper and better for the jjjjWren m Texas to hftve the textJroks comftled ia Tea-as and mUproed by thefetataHthen I favor^icn a law.  ferrell election \ hiftT should , so Amended.that all CMflndates be nrmlnfcfted bjmajorlty vote; should also le amwfled so at to secure a pure hallot/ifruest voting and coint-Ing onvt^slf to the end lhat politico be clmnjf and government better, and 1 shaf favor such legislation.  By needed 1 ***■»< 1  ibor rttonld  PETITION  To Honorable W. D. Benson» Chairman of the Democratic Party, )22n$ Representative District of thé StÉÎéîî of Texas:    i  We, the undersigned qualified vo* ters residiogr within said 122n'd Re?*4i resentative District of the State o£ Tex*, and in Lubbock County, Tex*; as. do hereby request that you pkwt?K and cause to be placed upon the X>enfc>. ocratic ballot to be used in the primary election to be held on July ?5 r  1914. the name of J. K. Wetter,  Is about 56 year* of age, ____ cupation a school teache&«mr resided in the city an^pffnty of Lob* bock. Texas, fo^gPF nomination oik; the Democraggl^cket as candidate, for eftice^j^Representatlve of th# 122odJBWrnct of the State of Texas.  our hands, tills thé. 30th May, A. D. 1814. («Icned): -C. Doniphan, Geo. SS. Tiernan, ^ Rrownfleld, Texas; L. B. Wright, tdsfe ÿ bock; B. Y. Lee, R. X. Clayton. L. T. Grumbles, R. A. Rankin, J. B. Fryor„ Geo. C. Cooper, AM. Rankin, I* IK Rankin, A. C. Buchanan, J, W, Graven A. M. Clayton, Jas. H. Kimmel, WL 8, Norton, Ruth Looney, JnoiM.C. arde, Jna R. McGee, J.B. Green, W.  Shaw, W.,M.George, C.T^Jacknon.S.i Alexander, W. N. Green, G. C. fitedler, a R. Pierce, A. 8, "  J. N. Fkrrls, T. O. B«*** ^  Thomas, W. K. Dickin!__ _ _  Qnlck, Sam C. ArnetygPFRobinsOn^  Jr., E. 3. CowartjMKnoberds» J. T, Bullock, Easting|m>lffartb, EL B. ney, W.^PHig, C. B. Moore, B. 0È,  MeWlHig^^W. B. Burford, F. K, mutm. E. R. Waechter, T. F. Look-R. Buchanan, R. H. Wilson, Green A .G. C. Jones, C. U Ar' ley, T. P. Gibson. Vi “ ubblefleld, J. M.’3 VA. Q. HjiaVR,:  Winn, G. T, ' iWlibwjfe-ï'-J. W. DeShaso, mm-' Icctft. Gro.  legislat i, labor  ..    J recognition of Its just  demand«, and I »hall favor any mets  >e guaranteed  The «pen of Iff« is given that we may preptre for eternity, and when we figure the reUtlve Importance of using time in preparation Dor eternity. It would eeeas that every person  «re to the house, tmt Lene» Price  of    mm wo * M B#wr itm „ *  pot ont the ins jMore maeh dsm^ age wm dess.  Hwuld;  é. M. Cuw my* fee    tNm'1  £$St*‘ • ^     m   «Miday nnd u>re it tfi to    ^  intnnte In striving to accomplish 'tomeCNHig' worth  :  n litte vmm* <*    * momm%  -, j .ÜPBBI.  n etüntir; W* SP« «t Ufi It a« Inoré, to ho oantpsred #lth eternity tin» 1« ^ir-««ñánieUi of the elepiiaM to tint of h mottto.  iwwr 4 «>>e tn twaln ths* wW bttM  ’ÁdkÉfc''  plan, and that old rooster» hanre been >est as good as young chickens.  The cotton classing school at the A. ft >M. College of Texas I« bring well patronised. It will continue an through Jnly, and a number at «tu-dknts avo expected to enroll on Jnly ]«t for the remaining 4 week«. Prof. *J. B. Bsgtey is being nsSltted by two cotton men of long çipertonie in buying 4m the msrket aÄf- In the tkehangoa. The student* are given «oosRknM(ttoìui In' thè dowaHwleo  and meso hall at a ehMpa of |4>t0 n  Ttte*ooweo|iwttnoe :ii|  mmt at tN A»  Mm hM  Of Ufe and limb, as fa# a« pessime, In the dangerous o<xmp*tloiisitt*hic'i many of them are engaged.  Tesse Is a great empire within itself, And needs development, and es  pecially West Texas, and I shall is* for Ipwa which will protect honest ospitai invested la Maritato by those who are willing to obey the laws. tfhauMlftii kstii «Istent with ! to mo« thè and the necei  Taxes slble, consistent ment, and the «Ulto •f the . be done In i  as low s« poo*  S&SST3f  and rc >  Endorsement  Lubbock, Tex.. June 1, 1H To the Voters of the 18*nd ative District of Texas:  We, the neigtftors and 0_____  es of J. K. Wester, bavfug |i that be has announced «a a for the nomination on the ticket for the office'of R< of the 122nd District, ta) od of commending hit ota your consideration.  Mr. Wester hag been a this county for four yeats.1 all this time has bee^ in  lieve that If ho It doe to which he Tessa wül taow has a «**  w.'w. nmr*. Ik c;  W. M. Lane, 1Mb|  it’  • < . m> ■  <.ví ’.4!  w. M. cmtii  to’M- “  1   * V    ^    «i«/-*- i S'    ‘  ¿   4»;  >v .v, '    f #•* ’  %  ^    "  ■-» p* ■ \ ' 'Vii*' .  £Ätaiv  '  r .;v  .v„ v   ,, , , m.  * "   

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