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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

LMJ I Lb TT Tf f TO) V US vx ( The Most Powerful And Far ReaLching Event Ever Known Commencing SATURDAY JUNE 22nd Closing SATURDAY. JUNE 29th. A Mighty Mercantile Carnival And Summer Festival The Many Thousand Dollar Stock of Merv's and Boys Wear of Simeon O'Neal Will Positively Be Sold A mighty whirlwind of irresistible bargains in Shoes Clothing Hats Suits and Ready-to wear garments for Men Boys and Young men will sweep its way through the doors of this magnificent store into the homes of the people. Each and every article particle parcel and part of this enormous stock will be sold at prices never before known or attempted. RREIi! FRlE!! FREE!!! The first ten ladies en- tering the doors of this great Carnival Sale will be given a ticket entitl- ing the holder to $1.00 reduction from the sale price of any Boys' 5uit in the house. 7 Days Beginning Promptly at 9 a. m. Sharp Saturday June 22nd Slaughtering Cutting Slashing and Wrecking! The Mightiest Carnival Sale Known! A Colossal G...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

L i.uu anu i.io uurin' nival -ale the tunnj"titis ". ' the price Is" r. mis great car- A boys overalls positively worth 85 cents during this carnival CQr sale the price is Duls A boys overalls 50 cent grade during this carnival sale I Or the price is fOU A man's blue work shirt full size and well made positively worth 50 cents during this carnival sale QQi the price is UuU Men's black and tan socks all the the world over for 15 cents in this car- nival sale of Simeon O'Neal A -the price is fC Carnival Sale Mens and Boy's Furnishings The big sale of furnishings for men and boy's include all the most de- sirable grades of underwear neck- wear hosiery cuffs collars hand- kerchiefs dres3 and fancy shirts and hundreds of nick nacks that come under this head. 1 lot men's Balbrigan underwear shirt or drawers positively worth 35 cents 01a sale price I U 50c Egyptian yarn Balbrigan under- shirt or drawers QQn sale price UUu Men's elastic seam drawers a good peperell bleach worth 50 cents dur...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

I (wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwswwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ) ) TIN HOP () U U U V i i llUULa U UU J U UO 1 j 9 () () M. R The Home of Honest Work and Bed Rock Prices. Let us Estimate Your Jobr v We also carry a nice line of Second Hand Goods. I Js USLEAMAN PROPRIETOR PHONE 136 .WWWWWWWWWWWWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww THF ft 3 POSSIBLE DIVISION OF TEXAS Pecos People Advocate Move of This Kind West Can't Get Legislation. The newspapers of West Tex- as are awakening to the fact that their portion of the state is continually ignored by the law- makers of Texas when they as- semble at the state capital and the Eastern portion of the state having obtained what it wanted in the way of railroads and other the citizens of that section had the right to form a new state without the consent of the whole of Virginia." While there is a great deal of pride throughout Texas in the immensity of the state and the glorious history attached...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

3C f H E AVALANOH E ITHMHIIKD BVr.ItY THUKSDA Y BY TIIK AVALANCHE PUUL.ISIIING INCOKI'ORATKD CO. MRS L. liOW EDITOR. J stored at the Postotflce at I.ubWk Teia for transmission through tlie .lis as second class matu-r. St'HSLlUrriON KATKS V.'iirtl.iMi (Strictly In Advance) Six Months 5k: ivKin imm Kk'VT: Locals lucent per line each Insertion. IHsplay- ad vert IsemoriM 15 cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than rtnltenhv ourselves. 'J 1-2 rents uer line. Church advertlsments whtr a revenue Is derived therefrom ft cents per line. Professional cards II. (X) j fjrty afterrKlon we rocommend to per MIOM I II Ur riu "T )rm M in OMXiiii v. senatorial question. Get busy in the matter of choosing a man to represent you in the thirty-third legislature. SUNDAY ICE RESOLUTION The Pastors Association in session Monday Jane 10 1912 passed the following resolution: Keso ved. that since the ice MIDLAND FAVORED Committe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

o o a o o a o o o n o n o n o n o n o n T H B A. V A. L A N C H E I'l'IlLIDIIKD KVK11Y Ttll'lttiOAV BY THIS AVAL.ANCIIK PUULISllINO I.NCOKPOMATKD CO- JA.MF.S L. DOW KMTOlt. l.utored ul tliu Poslottlce al Luboock Texan for transmission through the Mai s as M'coinl c!a matter. si'lIscirHTlON UATKS: On.- Year l. on (Strictly In Advance) Sli Months 50c AiVKin iMM KArK-:-Locals K) i. 'iiU per line t acli IiimtUuii. Display- ad J ifiedly align itself on the side of vi-rtlseiiu'iits I.) ivnU per Mhle column incn per tti special ruu on f. candidates it knows to be 'against prohibition. I The league knows that John L. Wortham. For Supreme Court Judges J. H. Dibrell and Nelson Phillips. Forjudge Court of Criminal Appeals J. C. Muse. The Executive Committee rec- ommends thes men because they believe that prohibition is the MAIN issi'E in the approaching (primary) election and that the State League should unciual- M ON DAY 5 cans Table Peac! war contract. Cards or thanks relations luiiuaricn pa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

i BEG STOCK REDUCING ALE c 7 I must reduce my stock to fit the building an inducement to buy worth traveling a !oijTd saving to you it is not shoddy shelf vojjj)dstJ nn.1 stmidfird. stnnle lines some of which was or . m. . m - y - - T the sale has bejLUin but will be shovecpf$fr t WATCH FO In circular form also in next weeks paper; j rrf frK- VIM i time HTTrfi Beginning WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 26th-at 9 O'clock. goingtptfTce prices on my goods that will bean fake advantage of. This Sale means a great going to offer you but good seasonabfe stock Inly recently and which will not arrive till after ig reduction as all other stock now on hand. THE PRICE LIST :eep a copy of the list and bring it to the store with you and see if I don't carrv out every price and statement to a letter. I mean to reduce my stock and am willing to give you a reduction in price ranging from 20 per cent to 40 per cent which will make the selling price very attractive. I need the cash and you need the goods and t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

99 You Can Save Money By Bui vim GROCERIES MID RACKET GOODS FROM ME W m J. H. MOORE THE CLOSE PRICE STORE tBjettaoattTtttiitTgttTt- () o REV. BEN HARDY Considerable alfalfa was spoiled this week bv rains. ; Practically every alfalfa raiser pormer pa$tor f in the county had some hay down but while the sale value of i the hay has been spoiled it will : make Rood feed Randall County News ! REMEMBER YOUR LAST OF CALOMEL? M. E. Church i You Probably' Recall the After- Hr Wr!tP nf Hi Work ' titects of I he Uiomel More DOSE ' rK!-4 Mr99919f'ttQt1 at Seymour Than You Do the Sickness Yii Took It For go through 'Tim fi II. .onnnr ami.M: ro1 in thp' YOU (loitt 1ve t . a . .r this again lexas ennsuan Auvoeaie oi Next Vtii i June 13th: ' sluggish Yi : -..:.! Post thaly viwat-u uui mini incviinp ( roflS I )rl here Sunday niht. alter running fr a bottle two weeks. There were twenty-: Tone a ve i three professions of faith in will start yoi Christ with twelve additions to I the church; there will b...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

a I RANCH AND GIJYTRADE" 1 1 14 Our big stock of groceries places us in pgttJanWe the orders for big ranch outfits and we will make very attractive prices on large orders acnll them on short notice. Send your "chuck wagon" in and let us fill it up with grocenefor thd rancor range purposes. We are prepared to make prompt delivery Qfocrtgs t0y part of town. Phone us for any- thing you need andsee how qmSdyctfe will deliver the goods. PHONE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK TEXAS O I 1 11 (if Mllli' (III x-'IIMI Inn I- plank !"ts. wih'lrui s !! l-ikt. e -rv I I'M:!. : I . L- taf.kj.ii . . i j . SECTION NO. BLOCK 20 37 Ire-Ill. All I'IH-t'(l. (fl(l( llDIHH water. Miiall irnve .-hadf acre 1 "i" (M-li. hal iMo .January Rind"1! Here A coo n I i n ir to announcement Congressman. Choice K. Han- dell candidate fur tin3 oHico of United States Senator ad- dressed an audience of Lubbock o die out rejra.nl less of how' Ladies iTri$.'5 to $" dailv flinc of the aspirants to '!!injr urvff j:ois .skirts a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

- " n" 1 We are receiving nice Peaches daily. Also Texas Tomatoes and Blackberries. Stock isnePhone us youi orders. We are giving our customers automobile delivery service. ) ' phones vAziPPnrirs a k nn Qin AMR 199 1 V JL.1 JVM il 1 AX JU 1 ' Neighboring From Our County News Exchanges ' LYNN Lyan County Nm: RUTLEDGE-RAMSEY WednesdayJune 12th at 10 o'clock In the morning. Mr. Oscar Rutledge of Dallas Tex- as and Miss Due Ramsey of Ta- hoka were married at the home v the bride'a parents Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ramsey.- in North Tahoka Rev. R. J. McElrath of- ficiating. The wedding was a quiet af- fair only the family being present. The bride's sister and the groom's sister-in-law Mrs. Allan Rutledge. of Tennessee and Raymond Ramsey of Claren- don being present. The happy couple Mt imme- diately on the train for Ama- ril!o where they will n ako their future home. SHEKROD-KETNER Wednesday June 12th at 8:30 o'clock in the evening Mr. Carl Sherrod and Miss Ruth Ketner were married by Rev. R. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE O OLUME XII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 27 1912 NUMBER 51 T present low condition of Okla-1 ciency of the organization and noma cotton. Good season in to the fact that we have a tire- CONDITIONS PROMISING GET LATE START BUT RFCENT RAINS BRINGING IT UP OP FEED STUFF the ground and cotton rapidly giving promise of splendid yields. No insects troubling. Oklahoma gives promise of large corn and grain crops. Acreage increased in grains and feedstutFs. Recent rains hve put all crops in con- dition to withstand much dry weather. Texas Cotton Acreage 5.8 Per.Cent OfT; Condition 2.2 Per Cent Lower Than Last Year. Oklahoma Acreage 15.9 Per Cent Less; Condition 6.4 Per Cent Lower Church Notes Reports from 800 correspond-1 acreage shows sharp increase in ents to the News in Texas and most sections with the yield Jklahoma. written on June IS 'above the average. Other feed ndieate a very promising condi-j crops are reixirted in large acre- ion of crops with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

r You Con Save Vloriey By Buying GROCERIES ADD RACKET GOODS FROM ME I MOORE THE CLOSE PRICE STORE iiuhh to I will be in Lubboclibout the first of July and wilKbpen an art studio amiTTgch all branches of pawling including oil and wate colOaC pastel crayon brasi andfeather work at my J homLfe bJfick west of hitfh t sehojl buiWinf?. Mrs. Francis Knox- 511tp. a ... .6 POSTOSTIES NOT I NT ERESTI NG Games Between Lubbock and Post City Were Walk'Overs For Home Team DOES YOUR MIRROR VV. T. Loini-KMii K San Antonio Tex. June 17.- Mr. V. T. Lnudermilk. chair- man fit the suh-cnmmittee on cotton marketing of the Texas Welfare Commission made his report to the Commission in ses- sion in this city last week. favoring the holding plan adopt Following is a full account of the recent series of games be- tween Lubbock and Tost City ns given out in the last issue of the Slatonite: ! The Lubbock team battery in 'ho first game was Kown of I Amnrillo pitcher and Sanders 'of Lubbock catcher. They al--. '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

Laed 1 r ellSo 3 4? 8 () () () () () () () () () () () () () o () o () () ) 960 Acres sold since last issue of Avalanche. If you really want to sell list your land with KIMBRO & PARK LUBBOCK TEXAS COOOOOOOOOQOCOCOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOCOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 0 Neighboring County News From Our Kxchanges ;.VKZA (OINTY f'rmr rif pfr- Lt'HHfrt'K WINS THRKK fJAMFS rulings were certainly of a opies- ! tionable finality and and F'lainvicw were in attend- ance while the Association com- prises nearly every town in the South Plains. Kev. T. J. Fouts and family left Monday for Willis Texas and Mrs. Thomas on day evening at tfr.'JII Judge Thomas officiating. sme cattle sai.k Seharhaur Edison sold to Prowning I'.rothers 10mi head Wednes-j Y'oakum and Terry counties and o'clock ! has ma le deal with John Slangh- Miks Ida Sam ford. Mr. Jake Icedv and Miss j ter or i ost I ity to pasture ;Kj Ruby Cowan were married in CvinrL'I Vtl Vr'i Pfr0 ' I'hk. Friday June 14th. leaving he left...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

' j AlfolfQ. Lumber lnpany p5?r; i i ... i ........................ z ! Leird Leird Leirdf Spotless Towns More than eighty towns in TVxas aspire to "Spotless" lienor. By the terms of the conteat inaugurated bv Colonel Frank P.. Holland and Holland's Magazine. $10()0 will be ap- portioned to be used in some public improvement in each of the communiti". of different class as fixe-d by population which after inspection hold the best records for cleanliness. At the same time the successfully contending town will be hailed broadcast as offering the most favorable conditions for sub- stantial housebuilders. Entries in the contest closed June 10. Today in every part of the state streets are being cleaned markets screened sani- tary methods adopted and the example set to individual citi- zens that private property may be made to offer its part in an invitation of genuine attractive- ness to prospective residents. The inspection of the differ- ent towns will be under the direction of Dr. M. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

(n) fril eat nil km A 111) il l!J y lb U uJ la We must reduce our stock to fit the building and in order to do this we are making prices on our tfoods that are inducements to buy. BEGINNING WEDNESDAY JUNE 26th AT 9:00 O'CLOCK Our biz stock of seasonable merchandise consisting of Dry Goods Clothinjj Shoes Hats Millinery and Groceries Is beinj? offered to you at exceptional bargains. THIS IS STRICTLY A CASH OVER THE COUNTER SALE. Absolutely nothing will be charged to any one at this Great Stock Reducing Sale lie low you will find a few of our prices; all that space will permit us to give: Silks and Mescalines $1.25 Taf fata at Qfl- sale price JUu $1.2o Mescaline at Qflp sale price jUls 50 cent China QEp sale price 0 Ju Ginghams 12 1-2 cent Ginghams sale price 10 cent Ginghams sale price All Calicos sale price Damask 10c 8ic 5c 75 cent Damask sale price f5 cent Damask sale price Toweling 15 cent Toweling sale price 12 1-2 cent Toweling sale price 55c 40c 11c 9c Ready Made Towels 30 cen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

SADDLE AND HARNESS CAR LOAD OF (JEW FURNITURE I I wish to call yovf aMVntion to my i nes: line f j j i i 1 1 lit ajrvniion 10 my ramm- mm nn- 't fid in doing so I will slate that my lete in the city. I nave a gooa room i L. NEW BRICK TO MYLISII SADDLES K'ouvan XetW ou want here 1 als0 have a K"ocl stick of hVneSs find leather goods of various kinds. DOALL KIND DF REPAIRING B WRIGHT WEST SIDE SQUARE Who Said Lubbock Wasn't Going to Make The Best Town on The Plains? WOLTERS-SHEPPARD DEBATE The time has come when there is a great demand for Lubbock property. There is a reason for mak- ing this statement. The reason is people by great numbers have called at our oIKcc during the last ten days and said they wanted a home in Lub- bock. We have pleased some of these by selling to them and others wc have pleased by renting them a home. Cet busy and pur- chase you a home before the rush. If you think wc can't rent your property all we ask is that you give us a trial. Rented yesterday and sold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

M VIss Fannie Osborne Airs. Lcbutee FViedrich IAIII mnke Tut DressfAii$4.00 lo $0.00. Tnllored Drennen from $0.00 tTrr-5.Cy. Artistic L)rese from $IO.OOto$IO.OO. Cnn nfriinlf rVench Accordion f'lent- lnj from I to 7 9 Incja r'jV! AAe wn Kunrnnee ollr work nnd nppreclnt' yotiyiirtnnB:e. : : : : First Nntlonnt Dank Oullettfid PHONE IQ JFUHTIME AND HOUSE F HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS AND BUGGIES r races 1 I can furnish your house with the finest furnishings of anv krh tion I have it from smallest article for VJ fv fnmp Id this vlore lor tfiL'ir here they will finl stlulaAl majs in kinds fact is youfcan Vindwhrfl you tnM vnn about iilv butaieJftfore and with t A rcminclAou that I h rl r c a tall rcrrnffw- round - j ' j r II nr it vou necu nan j he finest make itchen. rartffCrs re for idam maJBrs in a I I A.n mrifwisai vtm ni idiore ana 4 via ale a of furniture and house anv descriD- i ranges to the i Lee nn mistake -- ming implements for 1 variety or sizes and al mv store. I have fenow how...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

J PIER R.O T H E R REAL TCI raOC I EVI Ol ID A CVIiC A-nTI CT LT US((NOW YOUR WANTS PHONE 147 I J' OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING B m I lift T 11 VI A. V ALANC I I K TIIK ri'IlHSIIKO EVKItV THVKNDAV BV A V A L A N C II K P U 1 1 L 1 S 1 1 1 N (J INCOKI'OW.VTK.D CO. JAM KS L. HOW EDITOR. Entered at the I'astottce at Lubtxx-k Texw. Mills as second class matter. for tranHiniMion through the One Year tl.OO SIHSCKIl'TION KATES (Strictly In Advance) Six Months 50c Advkktininu Uatks: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlsements 15 cents pr .single column Inch per week; special ratea on year contract. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wnttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments where a revenue Is derived therefrom 5 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK fKXAS. THURSDAY JUNE S7 1912 INDEPENDENCE DAY DIS- ASTERS. Independence day ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

: : : : Weigjnollei Petroleum Company MOTOR OIL GASOLINR find KEROSINE TcleplHJtit 34 H.n. HRADLHY Afjent n lis idl te Jer ct. i t ro r of a 1 s 1. 3 Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Williamson Mcf-arry. Ilullnck Buchanan of Dallas Annclla Aynes of Jacksboro Bricken- haek of Mason Texas. BIRTHDAY PARTY 1011 NEFPI.E CLUB Little Miss Evelyn Porter en-1 The 1!11 Needle Club met at Pertained a number of her ; tbt home or ar .Awn -ay or .... . . . u. e.i i:fu on last r nuay niiinv" ittle friends on her fifth birth-1 c ft. untfl. lay Saturday June 22. from 5 After two hours of faithful o 7 p. m. which was a jolly af-jwnrk. punch and enke were fair for the little people who served to the guests a ter which iurinff this time were treated a short business session was held. The club voterUo give a ' moonliiht nicnic to the hus- i during the last quarter in The club adjournal torn .:.v .bdv 5. 1912. I Those present were. iT ..!.s- ; dames Jim Kobinson Vralmer CrilT'm. PM IHinsot K ya!tv serve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

P ROFliSSIONAL Dr. (J. M. HALLKNUKlt Oflice First N.lnal Hank Illd'g. Ti'loplT-iie No. Lubbock Texan J)li. It. J. J I ALL THVriiriAN Ain StKUrON OrtUvattSl Druif Store I'liotus ''.. h-slrioiice Lubbuck Texas PUS. HUTCHINSON' and PlQtHLEU J. T. IVlHINSON. M. D. Eye avTJose ami Throat. 0. r PEEBLER. m. d. General Medicine and Surgery. Rooms in First National Batik Bld'g LUBBOCK TEXAS. DR.M.dioVERTON PhYeUiVtynd Surgeon Office CitireiV National Bank Building. Telephone: Residence 407 Office 46. Lubbock Texas . ROSa(J 1V1LS0N Arifyy&r- A t- L a w Rooms in ftjpt National Bank fTJuilding Lu)bock Texas 15 KAN Lnbtcyr'IVxri! Vour leual business and notarial work rrsDectfcilly sollcitiM. Office in Citizens National Hank Bld'g. w SON Lawyk IWTKACl'On. La Will prac Texan. II Hie Court R. JGhLLARI) ytCvr yv.r Lubbock Texas Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bledsoe or Petersburg were in the city Thursday. T.ns tr(. K tle In a r LEAF-APHIS DAMAGING CORN Doing More Hurt to Plant than hot winds Government mak...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 June 1912

) ) 8 I () () () () () () () () 8 () () () O ) ) ) J. ) () o REFRIGERATORS - REFRIGERATORS High grade of Sanitary Refrigerators at the most reasonahle prices ever quoted you hefore in Lubbock. Come in and see them. s not drive i cr stimula-' Also Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rubbers and Caps Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers. JO I Cowirt-Parki BETTER TO TAKE THAN CAl- Oj Iast Sunday evening at Gates- OMEL O; villi. Texas at the home of the! Dodson's Liver-Tone a Whole- J). bride's parents Mr. C. L. Cow-j some Reliable Medicine That () artof Lockney and Miss Eva Takes the Place of Calomel j lai-K were united in marring. Dodson's Llver-Tone strength- ll ine Dnup and groom arrived ;ens ( ) ; here on Wednesday afternoon's j jt to ( ) I train and were met by a number . r: i.. i . .i . yf i.u3 aim cmui ii-u uj uic i j uuwmwiA ver-Toi does not O home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. j have of tlJl anurous l( Garrison where a sumptuous afteyeir.ts of caJWfel. It is a Wiipir was given mem. mose vegttabli Ho...

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