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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 November 1912

Along about October 1 when the granarlea of the world are full to j bursting and the cellar Ib so clut tered up with coiil and preserves that It he maid cannot reach the luundry 'taps without stumbling over the snow- 'shovel somebody aaye something about Christmas and gives fnther heart disease. All summer "dad" has been wrestling with the problems of business this was presidential year and everybody hud to have vacations and Withy Jones started In direct competition and oh tlio dickens knows what! ' And now he has to face that Christ- :mas thing aKaln! The list Is a mile long nnd father knows It will put a crimp In his bunk account amounting almost to cramp but mother suys It will have to bo added to If anything so there! I!ut somehow bb 1 look at "dad" I cannot restrain from asking: "Why should father bo the goat?" ' Iti wasn't so !n the days when I was dreaming of a wonderful career In letters. Everybody worked on Christmas presents then and father was not called upon to settle t...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 November 1912

resent of All For yourself a well a the rest of the family would be a jjood real estatelk ;nt. Come In and look at our list of properties and let us point out those that' be arranged to suit vou. I splendid bargains. Don't worry about the terms they can It Is hardly possible certain of these bargains will remain on our listlXnjjjs ft will be well not to delay at least looking into them. See whether they meet your idea. Remember it I easier to buy a farm thanf pay lent. KIMBRO Sc PARKS real estate and investments The LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS From Lubbock's Little Folks lota of cars. And please don 1 1 each. Mr. I renrifi'-.1 hiko pr.ld to are n splendid condition. These j enough to say that Mr. E'.elcher fail U bririK me ll the candy 1 Anderson Hn.s. of Eddie county j cattle are to he delivered on the has madj a pood profit on hit nuts and fruit you can stmreajN. M. six head of registered j 2nth of Mav. 191.1 The other steers. Perhaps there is no oth- little Lev to eiit. I would like f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 November 1912

A BANK ACCOUNT FOR CHRISTMAS ! Mm v fn rtscii i iui wnt mii Mvpvfc t- . that she has a nlcesumof money to her . . . i m . . i credit at mis Daak as a mnsimas pres- ent. She wiLr afpVeclate it and it wllL-beyi VerjVaproprlate gift. WE WISH EVEBCUER wTfRIENO OF THIS BANK ajerrhShristmas I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK LUBBOCK TEXAS WWMWC9mUWHMIMIIIIMMHMIMMIMMM Church Notes We wi'l be (rliiil to make imy nn- ouiici'ini'iiU ui Cl.urc'h Sf:v ici- Pro- gram etc:. in Uiis rolumn free of tharK. where no revenue is receiveil from thc services. Editor. I THE BL'SY MKN'S P.IBLK CLASS METHODIST CHURCH Our last Sunday's lesson was one freivhted with suwstions and instructions that ro to the very heart of our religion. He who does not forgive trespasses against him when requested to do so by the penitent offender is lacking in the very essential principle of the relig- ion of Christ. But there is ob- ligations on him who is the ajr- trressor as well. He must ask for forgiveness. And until this is done t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 November 1912

You Can Get Your Christmas ifts Here Something that is useful Is better. A 5uit of clothe for father or brother also shoes hats caps collars ties. mx. in fancy boxes suspend nice dre. rlrmL- hna viA u-..n ...... ui..f. . ... m . . ' f lul Times are gone. For r-mrT ForjjinHiir sulVuT" sister a xes. ' Ji 7 . '. '"TWJ ciu iny oinr article i numerous to mention that Oil J re a tly predated. You will find bar- -me prices are uown in reacn or every cnristm.is shopper. Come and see. ASI us. UR NCY GROCERIES. The Cash Bargain Store ORS! West Side of the Square S I . UirtlblMA; IHttS Dear Housewife:! In your K?tter7tf Old Snta be certain to ask for n sack of CkHrH Oif TiTrtl. MN5 FLOUR. This without a A.tiM thcftcsfJof all Christmas present. Tr a Vfcaiul MA civinceil. : : : The Several Churches of Lubbock Will Have Christmas Trees For The Little Folks. will see TAYLOR COMES ClEAR In the Case of Wm. E. Taylor for the Killing of Thoma M. Collins. The trial of Wm. E. Taylor for 4 Christmas eve ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 November 1912

at Neighboring From Our CROSBY COUNTY j and that he was contemplating Hirw i locating in Crosby ton and we Mr. and Mrs. Rob llines art will say that he has been among t happy parents of a fine girl us again this week and informed HiaVy born to them at 7:"0 p. m. us that he was thinking seri- Tidav. Mother an 1 child do-.ously of coming to Crosby ton C well. sm. wool mm we mentioned Tto fact that Hon. M.J. Thorn- ir. of G:d! had vi.-ited our city Martin's Pure Candies for the Children; Buy them by the iti Martin's Fine Fruit Cake for Grown-ups. They will please the most discriminating. "SUGGESTIONS I FOR CHRISTMAS pound. 1 ' fx MARTIN'S BAKERY 1 tUBCOCK. - TEXAS And tho win I Is hlnwimt liard: lust such times as wo are tfoivt to uronco to FIKLS. iviu! if yon haven't tvny protection art&lnst lire household goods. It I SEE Stubbs Adams County News Exchanges and that he would open a law business here as soon as he could arrange matters. I Will T. H'J.iflfS of Cone wa Jin the city Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

SECTION TWO THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE (M.UME XIII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 1912 J. If. Belcher of Guthrie Oklahoma was here Saturday. Five irall coaroil at J. H. 22 tf .Hoore's for 7 I H. Humphrey was here from Wichita Falls Friday. I C. E. Sams of Carlsbad N. R. M. Handel of Dallas was lere Sunday and Monday. . o " i i . A. Sowder rnadp a business II rip to Amarillo last Friday. U A. Ih'.mpson ot Wichita "alls was in the city lust week. 1 Fred Neill of Dallas was here 'riday and Saturday. II. K. S ith. Jr.. of Crofby. on rMim r ruiay ana aiuruay "pent r t i r i . . I iri Lubbock. i Mr. and Mrs. Colby Thomas! ft Monday f r Dall.is where. tey will spend the holiday. I r ' - Miss Oma Lee Travis and Miss j Ewirins of Kails were shot on f. Lubbock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. I!. Spencer of trosbyton passed through Lub- ock Saturday on their way ftme from a wsit north. B Five gl!in Jof the b st quality f Coal Oi'JatJlxfl. M c. IlrirKMur can 'II it for oore s for and l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

CHRISTMAS IS IN THE AIR. Protect yoursHf from fire losses that so often occur about this tlmef the year by letting S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY ) write you a fire insurance policy in the strongest company on earth S AW THK A V A IvAN'(MI is rrnLiKHKH r.vritv nil uo nv THE AVAI-ANCHI- PUBLISHING CO- INCOWfOWATKD JAM KS I.. l'wW KlUTOK. Kiiti"rrd nTTli T'ostomceH Lubbock To km for tratisT.lsston tlirouiili the Mills a wi-ond clavi matter. " " M'BSt RIITION KATKS: One Ycur I.H) (St rlolly In Advance) Sn Montli5nc Airvi-ni7N liATF.: Ixvul 10 rent per line each Invrtion. Ijlsplay- aJ vrrtlsf mrnlN 15 ernt per single column inch per w.ek; special ntrn on vesr contract. Cards of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (oilier than wnttonbv ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. (M.urch advert IsmeiiU. where a revenue Is derived therefrom ft cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 10 per year If paid hi advance. n. I Rusiness Office 14 Phones Resi(1ence 242 Lubbock i kxas Thursday dkckmbkk if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

fiiitrcriesJ Hiirfcs. cSUirrres. firm 0 vr ;r riraufiMII flM (tinH I Nnrlk i.U Miliar 1500 VAR OLD PAPER ly tied together and was sent to X all the high officials of the Chin- Chin Publication Silenced W Empire. Since IDO A. D. After 1500 Years of nat Vnt'or na bfpn i!W1l regu- c.. . larly till it was suppressed bv f th govern me Many think K'cw York. fpe. 12. -Jhe covered in Ku piVsidnt of the Chinese Repnb-1 teenth eentur I.eVvuan Shi Kai. recently sup-at first lll"r! - . . ... of a tree and pressions were taken from them. The newspaper King Bao founded in the year 100 of the Christian era is the natural pro- duct of the part of printing: in that day. It is presumed that the President of the Republic suppressed this paper because it was unfriendly to democracy or to the present administration of the government. To Prohibit Mixed Marriage. Washington Dec. 12. -Representative Rodden berry of Geor- gia speaking lute yesterday in favor of a resolution he intro-! duced to prohibit inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

Ili "I A CAR OF FLOUR FOR CHRISTMA We have received a full car of the celebrated GERMAN MILLS FLOUR recognized by all who know good flour and have used it as being the best on the market today. Good bread will bring good cheer to the entire household. It is the foundation on which every good meal is built without good bread there is little happiness in the home and without good flour good bread is impossible. There is none "just as good" as the German Mills Brands because the process which this flour is made is entirely different from that used in making by othei mills. This flour has stood the test for years and many people will turn other high patent flotir down inthey can get that put up by the GERMAN MILLS. By receiving this car of flour weiiave laid the foundation for your Christmas Dinner. We have everything else you need to completeone of the moslr delicious and sumptuous repasts that you have enjoyed though you be a cjntenariin such as Turkey Cranberries Celery and everythin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

a j" Ml aU " r f . k " 1 f W j- I 'i V kl I .'la t -. k'- T. !J . . 1-4 s. Vv 1 4 V u '.V' I s ' .V.'' i HTERTAINING THE- YULETIDE ANGELS Wf of By PRUDCNCt STANOItH. HERE r thM an- ! lntil)l to mortal y aod bow mar ntnr- tala tbm? Thoy ar In tha spirit of C'brtntmaa In that tUd f.-lltic la thn heart whirl) know thvra la rwaaon for y and ahlrh tulla ua to do all wa can for othvra. Whn wa trana (ra against thn la a of Joy and klndnaaa wa ara turnlns tha Yulw- tlda anaola from our doora. Whon wa opn our hnarta fully to th t hrlt ataa aiiirtt. in lha word. w ara flnlii ida I. la portala to Uia wlni;-d ou id aprwadlng tha baiicjuat thy lova. To coma down to plain avarday kaklnc. bora ara a faw of tha tlna a moat wull ninlii ovrwma com it ai'alnat tba bollnoaa loa and tl'ort of tba Chrlatmaatlda. It rtluiil knuwa ttlMt VUP h Vajkf a ahooa maka a alraauoua aftrnt to ioouija tba tally buying of gtfta. brlatataa good a ara put on aala quit waaka twfora thay ara BMdad hllca ntany a hiarcantll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

I) ft ffe mm ti V KRIS KRINGLE IN COMMON CLAY MODEL JY C. A. BEATY. v. Aaww.- - - is (THE OLD LADY 5PEAK.3) By JaiDPa Wfiitcomb Rily Coiyi)ht by JimJWhitcomt Rilfy- Lnst ChrlHtmnii a yar agt Snys I to Pwvtd I nays I "We're goln' t morning Bt-rvlcp o Vou hltrh no rlsht awny; I'll try To t'll thp glrln Ji s' hRt to do Kit dinner. We'll be tie ti .)" I didn't wnlt to hrnr whnt he Would moro n like any back to ir.e Hut han'd the utabln door and 6pw Hack to the rouee. Jca' plumb chilled through. Cold! Wooh! how cold It wat! Mj- Oh! Kroat fly In' and the air you know 'Jet' iharp enounh" h'-tnl David awear "To nliave a twin and cut hla hair!" And blow and blow! and anow ano ! W h e r 1 1 had drifted 'long the fen on And 'croat the road ion J Christmas Carmen John ercenkaf Ulhlttler $onnd oc.r all waters rucD out Tront CIk chorus of cotces (Ik clasping of hjnds; Sing hymns ttut were sung hy tin stars of tU morn Sing songs or the angels when Jesus was tern! With glad Jubilations Brtng hope t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

jb. Ad ftf&fc V' fi'fTf lm"'y- "n'n Bn NViVfTni fr V PWflKlon of hn 17 'VC I'y shoppers wit (Copyright.) ND It htid come to pass thnt on thli itny before Chrlst- nmi a man not oM In yearn sat In bli room at a ho- tel In a strange town and felt tilm- f all the most I poor the P h. out. I( alono had no thought for Santa Claim. It we-it bark five yenrs. He the son of a railroad magnate hnd dared to fall In lovo wl;h th blue eyed daiigh ter of a locomotive driver on bla fa ther' road a ninn whine faro and rami carried grime who dwelt In a cottage who hail no society outside of dnlly tollers. Ami he had dared tand before the father who thotiKht blmitelf specially created and aay: Father I going to be married." "Well" To Gladys Davla " "Never heard of her." "The daughter of on of our en glnecrs " There tin a moment of painful ana pense and then the storm broke. "roil ana II not: Ton are either a fool or a lumitle to think of It. An engineer' daughter! Think of your mother of me of you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

MOT IIiWiMI I II Kill 1.1 ' Tls the nfgKt before Christmas" I whisper the rhyme And wander tn fcncy To "once on t time." I see the big fireplace The girls and the boys The long heaped-up stochings. The drums and the toys. " Tis the night before Christmas" So old and so new ! With all of its dreamings So good and so true. I see all the faces Forgotten so long. And out of the twilight There murmurs a song. ' Tis the night before Christmas" And here by my grate The past rises glowingi The years lose their weighti The boy-days come ttooping At memory's call. And gleam in the embers That flicKer and fall. " Tis the night before Christmas" Ah could I but clutch The gold of my fancies ! Twould go at ray touch ! The shouts and the laughter Now sweet to my ear Would shrinK to a silence Too deep and too drear. ' Tis the night before Christmas" Remembrances stir As sweet as the cherished FranKincense and myrrh. And. harK ! As the visions Grow dim to the sight. There comes: "Merry Christmas! An...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

Phone 375 Phone 375 i Wf nrc In I f nr witri fill flint fn nonl f la fnUla r2ss kV v w w t ft ft v l.1 ft 1 v iiiiir ft ft r rv - ' w w V ft vT4? I f 1 r a unr.uM rAMnAMv 3 : THE COUNTRY STORE 9U : : : ..I Phone 375 'hone 375 RAVAGES OF DRINK SCOURGF A LOCAL MAN or WOMAN is desired right now to represent Tiik Pictorial Re- view in this territory -to call on those whose sub- scriptions are about to expire. Hig money for the right lerson-representatives in some other districts make over $:7H).O0 a month. Spare tinv? workers lire liberal- ly paid fur what they do. Any person taking up this position bec m'-9 the direct local representative of th? publishers. rite today for this oifer of PICTORIAL REVIEW 222 West .V)th Street New Vork City SjAppalling Statistics Issued by j Paris Show What Alcohol Is Doing for France. Some idea of the appalling rav- TEXAS PRIZE CATTLE Bring Big Price On Chi-' j cago Market Lat Saturday. Texas-bred cattle on exhibition ! in the car load division of the In...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

ccc3C3CDC3cac3C3cac3cacacac3onc3cac3onccic3caoacacacDoacac3CDC3cacac3oncacac3cacrj Love Awakened by a Gift or Present Radiates Like Perfume In thin season of Gift-making It would not be out of place to think over the sentiment of the above caption and speaking of gifts we wish to remind our old friends and customers that we are still here and have the biggest and i ( o best selection of Rood that the Happy Christmas times hajrtf ever found us in possession of. a GIFTS Diamonds Watches BroochesRir&s J Bracelets CulT Buttons Lodge Tins or Buttons lie Clasps Shirt Waist Sets Stick Pins Chatelain&JWAtch Chains Necklaces Watch Fobs Hat Pins Fountain Pens; Gold Pens Silverware Cut Glass JbjasFacy Stationery. HOLIDAY GOODS -We have a splendidassortmentvand you can find many articles that will make nice presents. In our regular line of Toilet Articlesoil wilkfiod uWful articles that will be appreciated by any one. REMEMBB O 11 o n o n o n o a o n o a o a O a o Crawford A MER Drug: I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

Useful And Appropriate GIFT CHRISTMA 5 YOU WILL FIND A GREAT ASSORTMENT AT THIS STORE Your wife would appreciate a handsome look- ing Range as a gift from Hubby. The Cole's Hot Blast is one of the best on the market. I have them complete. -. ff" H A Cole's Hot Blast Heater will bring good cheer and solid com- fort to the entire family during Christmas and cold days the bal- ance of the year. Buy One Now. Bring Yo ristm roblems Here iftl After vou see our bisr stock of useful and anrironriate Christmas Gifts thev will be nrohlems no Inner. erf and you will be able to find what you wahtYou will see many articles useful and beautiful that will prove exactly suitable for youMisrtfhd you will find tjie price within your reach. This store is now a Christmas Store House. fThroufehout the buildup will be found such things as you need and can use many months after Christmas is gone. Ifyotj have not yet made up your mind what youareoin& to buy look over thisaXand see if it doesn'tstiest s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 19 December 1912

BROTH AND64 REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE LE orciPP M OITI7ITMQ MATIDMAI RANK Rl III niNn M a III aF I v tW I I akaasf V at I r I I t V bm l 1 v - aa- ar I mm lm I W ! PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS p EROE a. o n o n () n ( ) I ( ) f ) ncncsoDoaoaoaoaoDODODoaoDODoaoDODoaoDODo WIN ALAMO CASE 4 V gWe o a o o a o o a o a o a o Are Nqf . ZLK fV K ii h Tin Men BUT CAryl)( A!NY AM) ALL KINDS OF HN WORK The Daughters of the Republic PERISHABLE MAIL RULING O i Motion (or New Hearing Is Over 5 ruled in San Antonio Court Si Last Wednesday. o ft; of Texas won another victory o n ... our readers regarding perisnamt - mo. wnen tnici .iust.ee vv. !malt(.r whih aH.an. in the p Fly in the Fourth Court of Civil daiy pftp.rs Saturday: (J Appeals overruled the motion of According to regulation gov- U the appellants A. 15. Canthey ct i ernir.g the parcels post system. Q a' for a re-hearing. j promulgat.! by PwStliiasU-r Oen- 15 The rase now goes to the Su- era! Mitchrnc-k ncri.MlinM.. mnt- Tl-Iir dPfTTY IHVfRI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 26 December 1912

THE LUBBOCK AYALANCHJK OLUME XIII. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 26 1912 NUMBER 25 F COUNTY WILSON AND BRYAN CONFER Talk of Men Suitable for Cabinet Members Bryan Not Mentioned. THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS HAVE SEEN MANY CHANGES AND I MUCH SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT IN THE CITY i After a day of lengthy confer- 'encesin Trenton the most im- j portant of which ws with Wil- liam J. Hryan President-Elect UVoodrow Wilson returned Satur- FROM WOOD TO. mfi&ASr j So far as shedding light on on the gofsij) as to Mr. Bryan's future relations with the admin- istration the conference be- tween the two men today was productive of nothing more than speculation. Mr. Wilson said very frankly that while he had talked about men for his cabi- net with Mr. Bryan the name of the Nehraskan was not men- tioned. As to future confer- ences with'Mr. Bryan none was arranged or talked of Mr. Wil- son said. While discussing to The Country is Being Developed Cattlemen are Prosperous. Farm- ers are H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 26 December 1912

nocococococoDoaocoDonoaonoooDonoDODocoDoiaoQODODonoDODonoaoDOoonoDODODOGODoaoooocI 7 a o ALFALFA LUMBER COMPANY u o u o u o u o u n ( i c Lumber Sash Doors Lime Cement Plaster Posts if Blocks Gloss Paints and Coal o n o RHONE 311 A. VI. RAMP noger oaonoaoaonoaonoaoaonoaoaonoDonoaonoaoaoaonoasonononoaoDonoDooononoPQaoDoaonQnoDOut THE AVALANOHE rUBLIBHRD BVKBV THUKHDAY BY TIIK AVALANCIIK PUBLISHING INIIOKI-OHATKU JAMES L. DOW Kntert-d lit the PoxtortlcH at l.ubrwclf Mil Ik w'conil clas.1 maltt-r. j 'iKPl One Yr;tr 1 fKi lSl.rtet.1y tri Aiivkhi im.su itATKi:-LiichIs 10 cents per lumeacli Insertion. Iliny- id !! Isfirfiils 1'iceiiU ir kliile column Inch fr wcpk; special r.iten oil yea r coi .'. r.i'M . ("ant of thanks resolution-. thHnarles (other Iliac wr'Menb) oorelvev i 1-2 cents per line. Church a'tvertlstnenU wht-n-t rcvi-nuc I- 'li rived therefrom ;'i cents per line. I'rofesslonal cards l.ix per inoiilli or ill) per er If paid In advance. Phones LUHHOCK IKXAS.I MUUSOAY 1K 'KMMKIl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 26 December 1912

Is of )e LubbockVeople as well as many from the nefeb- boring towns and adj'tlning counties. We have tried to give you the bent service p silbl feve the H freasing patronage during the past year Is a gooil Indication that we have succeeded In giving entire atiMactlon. YVG WILL SOON LNTI-R ANOTHER YEAR and we wish to Impress upon your minds th wevre rrwking ngements to start the New Year better prepared to take care of your trade than we have ever been In the past and ask that youj call and feeusftren With best wishes we are THE RED CROSS DRUG MID JEWELRY STORE 1 . tesagfe WORDS CANNOT I2XIRI:SS OUR APPRECIATION of the patronage we have enjoyed at the 1 PROFESSIONAL Dr. 0. M. IMLLK V'epl'onuAi Office Fir 'l IiiMock. 'IVx a ) Bank Bld'g. 0. 2I9 Phone onr !'4 MS. W Office over Luldmck . fJrMIr M lilt) Lock State Bank Tex a WILL AID CONSUMERS Officials Believe it Will Reduce the Cost of Living. Places Consumer Closer to Producer. Washington Dec. 19. In the opinion of the officials of th...

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