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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

SlATON'S NEW PREACHER Slatonite Welcomes Rev. Callaway But Regrets the Loss of Brother Overton. t nun MA m nnr' wwwwwwwwwwwww Measurement o Accurate rugs 8 llU' III.. VS A Viw..tiv S u. i y -u ' y anvtftinp In vmir as fiKed. Youri perfence count for scrlptions here to be LUBBOCK DRUG ry if the prescription is 5: Vi nrt nevpr tnn hnv tn take 1 Y - j g v ensure or weigh the Ingredients J' "fttTtn the verv dot. i f O () CO. w the very dot. ption Work mistakes. If care, skill and ex- timation you will bring your pre- doctor will tell you the same thing. r.'t.. PHONE 152 W WW W W W The Methodist annual confer ence at Abilene rloseJ Sunday after one of the moat successful sessions tn the history of that body. The Rev. J. P. Callaway, last year at Abernathy, was sent to the Slaton church. Slaton is placed in the Biff Springs dis trict, and joined with Tahoka in one charge. The Rev. G. B. Qverton was placed in charge of the mission Jwork of Lubbock county, to preach at . the school houses o...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

PERCEiMOW3ER 1 REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND CATTLE OFFICE IN CITIZEIsfejWATIOfjAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS IMdNNI PROFESSIONAL Dr. C M. KALLKNUKi: 'Dkstist " '-' v Office FirHt National Bank Bld'g. l phone No. 2' 9 Lulibock. Tex a I Hi. f. V. CI! A PIN Dkntist Office ovyr Lubbuck State Bank Lubbocjf, - Texn NO MORE CALOMEL , FOU.THEM Have Tried Dcd- Find It Safer Persons Who son's Liver A PLEASED SUBSCRIBER , OnonODODODOOOnODOOOnODOnODODODCrODODOCO l)K. II. J. HALL Lrnsl('IAN AND Sl'RuK" drtiiT at Star lorn- -i nice iit ruldi-nre Than CJomel and Just s Sure. J hflivto urfrk in rnfo u Tfj! mil( liver brjpirs In bad imle conjtrn at One Who Desires to Make His Future Home in South Plains ' Likes Lubbock People. ! Iodson table s tarts sucoes and h ' Stuppl fir ur i Liver liquid shake and and ysornefm terr The Red Jewelry St , Liver tone vege- that st as does, I To the Avalanche: On the front page of vour persons have PaPer I notice I am delinquent iwerful on Stitiscrfpt...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

VI i i Jot f solved ooce for sll by Calomel ForUai'ljr use In millions of kitchens has Jiroved lliat Calumet is hifhest not onljr in y mi.'.7" but in leavening fwvtm wellan I tiling in r ults -pure to the extreme and nderf"lly economical in M. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day, RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS T4 IwilUMi (awn Ilk SUrMk teia. Yoa Jon 'I uwe money when ou Airs' cWe or lig can hairing powder. Don't milled. Buy Calumrt. It't economical more wholtiame gtcm lti reMilh. Calumet it far mptri a eoui mtl mnd toJa. While John Penney and Judge Joe StoKes, of Tahoka, were speeding their car across the prairie near Idalou Tuesday morning, they ran into a ditch some few feet long and several feet deep and three or four feet wide. The only damage done to the car was that the engine was torn loose from its resting place mt.d a few cans of gasolene, oil and cushions thrown out John nd Joe put the engine back where it ought to hav staved and tied it there with barbed ire, and came...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

f .... I". . r ... . . .... OF SEASONABLE GOODS AT lock's Dress STOPTToOKTLISTEt! THIS MEANS YOU TICKETS GIVEN WITH ALL SALES AT OUR RINGING SALE We have a fine line of Ladies' Coats, Suits, Skirts, Millinery, w i u:. wUxr flint wp are iroincr to ana sanies ruriii5iiniK ..un;, - - turn at once and give the purchasers the profits. Hand ' some Garments Predominate This Stock. On the Voting Contest for a Diamond Ring, Watch, Organ, and other Valuable Articles. We give a small list below that we can give you an idea onij, un 10 D AYS-BeginW Pjomptly at 9 O'clock Wednesday Manning. Noy. f u ing ntil exuraay 1 : 4 I t r 1 j.1 x . 4- iTnuwAnminnf 1 1" J. I ' I ' nilnlin 1 H 11DC I M "1 I M VV I I Villi! I llllllllb rnl, tnnv hnvp nJTlflPa (11 inC 1 iClllcIlUlJun t wuvo unit - ou may nae tjn lucd ui it fx oi 7n thn rrpnthar- w .-1 ii 1 rm mw 1 m 111 r 111 1 m 1 i.l liiv fc . - and M M fc. Evening, Mfv. 3U 50 NEW ONE PIECE DRESSES 50 50 One Piece Dresses mst in, Chameuse, Crepe Meteor. Messa...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

HIGHEST tilii-uXi TOOLS FOR CARPENTERS or BUILDERS. JiAVARE THAT IS RIGHT IN aT J m r-,T7 1 J kk PRICE A good workman uses good tools. Good tools cost no more than poor tools. With the best tools neither workman nor tools lose their tempo"! The tools we sell are sharp and remain sharp. While our tools are even tempered, our prices are right. No sharp practice used by us, only to plane down the )rice. The Western Windmill Co. PHONE 127 lAfJUtttEE A. J. Towle 'ho L. I Mi . i . . R nd rnto date tLuily Framed. IVorfch Side Square rbury, former ly of JriiH city but now of Spur. passed through our city Tusd;iv en route home from a visit to Amarillo. (). W. Fry came over from Lockney Tuesday and spent a day or so in our city. Mrs. F. S. Franklin and daugh ter, sister and niece of Mrs. K. Carter, of Amarillo, spent last week here the guests of the Carter home and returned home the first of this week. V. E. Houy came down from , Amarillo Tuesday and spent the day here looking after business!...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges CROSBY COUNTY The people of the Cone com munity will at an early date be gin the erection of their fine new school buiidinjr. as the bonds have been voted and are now in Austin awaiting the ap proval of the Attorney General, and as soon as they have been approved we understand the money is ready to bejfin work and the county will purchase the bonds. , Betty, the 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Martin, was accidently thrown from her Bujriry while enroute to school Tuesday morning and received considerable injury. It is however hoped that she will oon fully recover. Eight cars of cattle were ship ped from Crosby ton the last of the week. They belonged to J. M. Bassett and the S K people. L. B. Culwell made a trip to f .nhhfwk lust FrirlAv takintr Mr. riBiulp Fturrua. who was called to the bedside of his wife. Dr. J. W. Carter made a trip to Lubbock Saturday, returning in the evening. of Lubbock, spent Saturday and Sanday here with Mi...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

t THANKS GIVING TURKEYS We have a nice lot of tu we fse( tho7 mniving trade, ana tjy are ijovv rcaayumr ae- SHALL WE SEND YOU ONE? The price is reasonable, member we very;;;:.r. Re- have all the necessary trimmings too. Ask i us about it. L CO Warm Floors Children Make There is io better wa? fot is po better way o than by insiirmg Vour C&ildren Warm uoorslin ttte home, Oil BROS ( 111 l) PTP-l .rTTI:''1' i house in wiriter, fcre assured when usi Cole's Original The steel base and body con radiated tothe floor keeping it Cole Uripmai . . . .. The Clak'nekt- Burns Soft Coal Wood andobs Usrptfof coal mu te.Iar limber biiLfCare to operate, ing; curtain wash :g ana ca se ol operation And th: cleanliness of Cole s Hot Blast. Cole' Hot Blist has a guaranteed smoke-proof feed door- open the feed dof r and the current of air draws the smoke directly across the top of tove to the tove pipe away front the opening. Contrast this simple, cleanly feed with the aide door in an ordinary heater. ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

IHHHHltltllNMHHHHHI 1 i Abstracts Fire Insurance HARPER & ADAMS Office: Guarantee Abstract & Title Company. Lubbock, Texas. ; ) ) ): .in 1 DIKE'S RHEUMATIC LIIIIHENTIJ n in urpentine oil, Sul yme oil and ThU Remedy conta phuric ethe .Lavcridtfr ot Best for you becju: Ijf ltmore rapidly absorbed than any other I AimenVr (JTwlth a little,rlnjr It Is practically all abrhed; NaT relieves or9rtwnynn Miri ness ol joints; 'i I In caW weather the oiri should be covered with tiJnejfter using the lijent; (e It is non-irritatlnjt kjwnot cause a ra K, to appear; (f) as sist Internal trjaWment. PklCC. 23 and 5J Cents. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson, who J have lived at the Carletos hotel j 2 for the past month, moved Fri day into the W. H. Bledsoe resi dence, where they will remain until Ms. Bledsoe returns from an extended visit to relatives in the east. IS i2 C. E. Howard, the new pro-1 J prietor of the Carletos, is a new I g anH annrwinted subscriber to i , -r-. I the Avalanche. Editor L. P. Loo...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

- . - - o i ) ':() J if V () WWWWWWWWWWwwWWWWWWWWxv, -wrw -W W) WW WW WW WW WW WWW WWW WW WW WW WW WW V ANYTHING CAN pwv Hill. Only something alive can climb up. Most people are inanimate, not anlm tfiejsit that most people don't own their own homes. If you Intend climbing the hill of life to independence, the only time p star ( ) arder to buy a farm home than It is to meet your rent every year. . i We have a number of fine onoortunltles on hand at the oresent. on lasv te chance to show you what makes these opportunities un usual. It costs you nothing to look into this. CALL OR WRITE. o () Kim ' WWW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW W WWW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW V. chn.Jn hut ' w w JO. EZA A O Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON WEDDING BELLS Mr. John E. Raymer and Miss Annie Good were united in marriage at the Baptist parson ace at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday, November 20th, Rev. L. T. Grumbles performing the cere mony. Both of these young...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

Should Be Thankful Our Chief Excut . i I) S. Ae Thank io And Invite you to call often arid see VinnrilaA vAHfnh ! nprlvlno1 t recular Intervals. ur store. It's conveniently located. You will find It to your i THE IDE EO. L. DeSHAZO, Manager rrlll Building . Rob IS " PT.'.'iL.V Grds-VTe 7 dies ious inly of ter by rs. of of no Id. :wo net! in cut ch- of es. te, ird i t Railroad Construction The grading work on the Gulf, Texas & Western between Jacks boro and Salesville is practically completed. The greater part of all track-laying material is on hand and the remainder is en route. Track laying will start about the 15th of November, and the line will be open January 1st. ; last year. The six leading The pupils in the Primary De The Kansas City, Mexico & j markets were short 25.000 head partment are preparing a Thanks Orient reports that track laying! from a year airo last week, a giving program. west of Girvin was resumed on the 13th of September and com-! f Dieted in Fort Stoc...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 21 November 1912

T 7 The annroach of Winter Increases the dancer of fire destroying; your home. Have you made ample protection t d family by Insuring with S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY ' . WHO HAVE THIi STRON01-ST COrtPANIES ON EARTH vOtuftelLtftfl T H K A V A L.A N C H IS I'VHMHIIKD KVKKY THUItfDAV BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INUOKI'OHATKD CO. JAMKS L. DOW, EDITOR. Kntcred at ttit Postortlce tt Lubbock, Te, for transmission through the Mills as second clans matter. One Year 11. 00 SUBSCRIPTION KATKS: (Strictly lu Advance) Six Month 60c ADVsm'ihinm Katicu: Locals 10 wntt per line each Insertion. Display- ad rertlsemenU 15 cent per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contract. Cards of thanks, resolution, Obituaries, (other than wrlttenby ourselves, 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments, where a revenue In derived therefrom, 6 cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. 0, I Business Office 14 Phones Re9idence 242 LUBBOCK, rtiXAS. THURSDAY, N...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE O LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912 NUMBER 21 OLUME XIII. THE CONTEST GOES MERRILY Oil n b NEW CONTESTENTS ARE BEING ENTERED AND LIVELY TIMES ARE AHEAD FOR THOSE ENGAGED IN THE CONTEST miR PFiiPIF TANNOT RUT BF TRULY THANKFUL BLESSINGS BESTOWED UPON US '4? TUB FflR TH h - ..t I w l i to i 1 ,3 V n BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE Union Services Held at The Cumberland Presbyterian Prosperity and Good Health of the Community Causes Happiness To Our People. 2, Thanksgiving day this year in Lubbock is being more unani mously celeb-ated than probably very before in the history of the city. Our people are truly thankful for the bountiful bless ing bestowed upon thern. anil 'hey feel like sending the dav s pleasantly as possible. The various "vavs bv which this nat ional holiday will lie spent are numerous. The business men of the town. r a srreater portion of them at !at h:ivp closed their doors for th. dav. that they and their employees may enjoy the d...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

nonoDonononoDonoDonononoDonoDODonononono:aoaDonononoDonoDonoDODODonoDonoDononoDO o o o o o ALFALFA LUMB OMPAINY Lumber, Sash, Doors, Lime, CeierttVPneister, Posts, Blocks, Glass, PaintsandtCoal PHONE 311 A. AA. RAMP, VnnnRer oQOOODODODODoaoDODODODoaoDODoooaoDoaoQoaoDociosoeeQOBeaoaoDoaoaoaopoooDoaoaoDoaoL Two States Vote on Prohibition j In the general election last week the States of Colorado and West Virginia voted on, the ques tion of Constitutional prohibi tion. The amendment was de-j feated in the former state but in ! the latter it carried by a good ' majority. j From the distance it would ; seem to have hvn an ill-advised move on t!ie part of the pros to( bring on an election in Colorado! at this tine, for tempercnro U 1 not as u ell (loliiK d in that staP'l as in others. Then, as is usual! cities, like Denver and otherplaces of large population in the state, j are saloon-ridden and vice-in-! start. Hut w hen the fight be gan in earnest it was a battle royal between the conte...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

too Lirr US Rf-STORIi WHAT THE FLAMES DESTROY S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY WE REPRESENT THE STRONGEST COMPANIES ON EARTH J. M. Witt, was here Saturday from his home over the line in New Mexico. (J. I). Patterson was here from Taylor Friday. SAW. Postmaster's Commissions Washington, Nov. lfi. Inqui ry by Texas Congressman of the Postoffice Department as to the , time when the commissions of DON'T AlOiN K E Y I tne vanous postmasters in their ; respective, districts will expire WITH THE BUZZi(,evi'l"I'esth? fact that in some instances ereat diliirenco has been shown by the department uince the election in filiinir long standing vacancies. In vn-w of the early chynjro of adniinNtra ti( f )-mocTatfc Si'narnrs hn,n hffi' expressed th" op:ni.-ri that l.( re will If ST'T: Of p'-dtier, t. firrniri,' any n rii!i;ri'.r- at the fort'io-mi'-ur sb-rt scii.n. A f ri ari al'S li.'" r '( - It. l.e. There sity is found t eUt A r friinvr ivs that one is the vacancy. on ineir ut iortv-?"vi-n masters or...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

ncacaoncaoncaonoDODODononononononononono Stock Notes n o n o o o D o o o o o a o a O a o a O a a O o ci O Ellen Beach Yaw r S Prima Donna Soprano Will appear at the OPERA HOUSE on the evening of December 6th. This Great Singer has been secured for this date at a big guarantee and all lovers of vocal music will be delighted to have an opportunity to hear this noted singer. KEMEMBERTHE DATE OF THIS SPLENDID ATTRACTION Prices: 50c, 75c and $1.00 a O a o .HAHiiAnAnANAnAnAnAnnnanQnOnOeOnonODOD whiili he shipped to Tler UUUUVUWUuwMWMWMww-ww-w , returned O Oi o o o a o o o Lynn County Nwr: R. V. Cowden, of Abilene, Texas was here Tuesday loading I about 70 head of stock horses I for shipment to the eastern i markets. Mr. Cowden had these horses in B. H. Black's stalk field tor the last month or more ' and he says they are looking i much improved. He traded for i a span oi work mules of C. V. Harris, of Bronco, N. M., Tues day morning, giving a mare and I colt and $502.50 difference. 1'u.t ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

E2 SIX BUILDINGS BURNED IN DISTRICT COURT O. L. SLATON, President If. 15. REKI), Vice 'resident R. A. RARCLAY, Vice President VV. S. POSEY, Cashier F. W. ROERNER, Asst. Cashier J. E. PENNEY, Asst. Cashier Spur Has First Serious Conflaga-j Proceedings in District Court tion Lat Week. Loss j Up Until Tuesday Morning Covered b Insurance November, 26th i A STEAM SAW MILL with itl bVhtningvnp saws. rurn om luAbi-r yrf a rate that you lit munore Cip hers look n witi wonJr anyftiicment. GOD?mi,MBElfellD CHEAP V 1 . hat ImpptV the year rund tt our yards. Iw prices is caused hy im proved methods at the mill. R" "'ore Contracting consult us. A. G. CO. HF ADAMS LUMBER Thursday mornintr about ten o'clock fire completely destroyed six of the business house9 on Burlington Avenue, the mainj troot of Sniir. ! The fire originated u Pun. tral Rooming House, a two story frame structure operated by Wes Hisey. From this the McDonald Confectionary building on the north, caught fire. The wind coming from ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

Ill K A V A I .AN (Ml 10 I'l KI.IMIIM) N KltY llll'lulAV BY TIIK AVAI,ANC1I1C I'UHMSIl IN(J VO flow's This? Hill Ill.tW ITU I II Ul IK- 4lir. t tl 11 tit V INOOKl'O WATKU ! Ho. I In uih! 1 fur th. liml I nrtith in nil In nif Ui urr uul MMr L. I)W, KllTlll. "Knlrr-'tl at Hie I'u-.tottlce at Lutiliock, Tesas. for transmission through tKe j Malls sis sitoih) ul:is matter. V I N m uiNAtt It it v. lu.ivii r . J i iH im bui i rd. iiv U.'-f ui.tr . tn It Itl If t'MM.t . ImIimIh Ol.lt H.iII'h ('atnrrb Tun I i.ikcn trti- i .tty. riit r il rtrllv ii i h i i Oh IImm1 ami .mirim .(r.n ! Itn-MHts-m. IfntluuMii! rtil (t,T. rri . .' mils , l..ltl Hll bv Nil lrtiKtfiitln Uae llil taunh f..r omoUinltuM. One YiMf ll.ou (Strictly in Ailvitiue) SlI Manilla uk: a uvKtti iniNu Ua tk. Local lu itiiU piT line tad. hiM-rtioii. lupiu- ail vert .mmi. ruts. j couth irr .sinie column liidi per week; special ruto on year contracts. OanU of thanks, rt-solutions, ObiUiarios, (other than nltoi.b) ourselvea. 2 1-2 c...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

1 i V A Defective Santa Claus C James Whitcomb Rileyy 4ft. mm Illustrations luP Decorations Ly C j Ellsworth Younqx GM.Relyea and Till Vaster COPYTUCHT BY JAMU WHITCOMB BILtY Bl) 9 11 r LLUS when our Pa he's Nen Undo Sidney ... . f comn to stay cAtrmr house here n' me ArVj Etty an' Lee-Bob won't be Afeurd ef anything- at nlRh A' V? Might happe'iV lie Ma ays It might. AIM; (F.f Tnp wu big, I bet yuu he Uj best watch-dog yuu ever see') An' to List winter fat before It's go' be Chris'mus IXy, w'jr, shore Enough, Pa hud to haf to go To 'tend lawsuit "An' the (cow Ut right fcr Santy Claus!" Fa said. As he clmn In old Ayenrui' sled. An snid he's sorry he can't be With us that night "'Cause, he-says-ee. "Old Santy might be comin' hen 4 l nis vrry r.igni ui a.i ine 7cuS-f f r to be '- to all ' ' ' "v Y'JU kids must tell him ef he en! cou . He's nighty welcome. niV yer Ph He left his love with you an', M An" Uncle Sid!" An'cfuckr'Jn font Otick. la::rhin'Hin'U-A ;u' t;v, wentl Ir ' " li f .at...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

,1Y CHRISTMAS DREAM OW, this waa the won derful droam 1 had dream of the Christ mas Tree: I dreamed that a melody sweet and Rind rang out from somewhere to me, jCiS And out of the ,,,ver,Ml ct they cani8 n1 out of the rosy west lore children than ever a man might dame or awer a man baa guessed; And going and coming, and coming nd going. With drummers a-drummlng and bugler a-blowlng, tVera all the children that ever were known since ever there was ad earth, In hundreds, In eoisples, and all alone, each chanting a long of mirth. And then In thla wonderful dream of mine the chll- ' dren ran to and fro And inarched in a long and winding line as swiftly as they might go; And each as he pass ed the Christmas Tree looked up with a radiant face. And each as ha caroe there bent the knee with curious, childish grace ' And coming and going, and going and coming. ' With buglers a-blowlng and drum mers a-drvmmlng. Were all ot the children that ever have been since there was a world At all And no...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 28 November 1912

1 I 1 Gifts of Crash By JULIA Cretonnes sre so attractive that they have Inap'red much designing of ar ticles for i-eror.sl us and house deo oration lece.,tly linen crash and flowered cretonnes have hwnm more popular than any other fabrics for tasteful and Inexpensive flttlnga and furnishing. Certain patlerne have been featured for living room a and porches, but It la In bedroom- furnish ings that they tske precedence of ev erything else They sre brlnht and dainty and hotter at til. thoy ara wah abl. rahra ara mbrnliiTd In ft color nibrolilry allka or do. ratid wtth cut lluuri'B of cxinn ap plied and button bol atltchHd down. Tlwra tm a loo Hat of attractla th.nit which ara mad of Ui" dura ble fabrtoa Anion thorn tlia drvnalnj eaaa acta, which cannot fall to plcaan, ara amon th lcaat coatly and moat ff-ctl of Chrlatmaa glfta. They r acc'Qtahla to althcr men or women frtenda Tha flowered eretonnee ara uaed for eoverlnf bixea mnrfn to hold bandker chlefa. irlorea. neckwear. craaia and...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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