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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 17 July 1913

USE OF CALOMEL PRACTICALLY STOPPED for Bilious Attacks Constipation and All Liver Troubles. Danger- ous Calomel Gives Way to Dodson's Liver Tone Every druKjrist in the state has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They all give the satne reason. Donson's Liver Toneii taking its place. "Cajomakis of ton dangeroim and beofil Kjbw while Dodsofc'ativejp'Tone is perfectly safe aWgjyesfeetter results." says the Ked A;rws urug ana Jewelry JJlore..? J Dodn'ljvtr Tone is person- ally gtjarrfntAJiiv Vie Red Cross Drug ana Jtvajry Store who sell it. A ifnM Dottle costs 50 cents artWinit fails to give easy relief in eveiy case of sluggish- ness you have only to ask for your money back. It will be promptly returned. Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting purely veget- able remedy harmless to both children and adults. A bottle in the house may save you a day's work or keep your children from missing school. Keep your liver working and your liver will not keep you from working. ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 17 July 1913

t METHODIST REVIVAL CLOSED coc Misses' Skirts o () 8 Sunday Night Service En.led the Series of Sermons by Rey. Meador W. K. DICKINSON. SW. V. I'. C. PAMKS. V. I JNO. W. KAKfiM Pres. C. 0. I i:rf k Cashier V. K. CWAkl. A t. Cashier. r I i We have just received a new ship- ment of Misses' Skirts and ask that you call and see them. We have also received many other new things and splendid bargains pre- vail. :::::: After two week which in- cluded three Sundays the revival meeting conducted by the Meth- odist church cloned with the service Sunday night. Rev. C. R. Meador conference evange- list of Stamford did the preach- ing and he put forth much effort in the meeting and preached magnificently. There were good crowds at nearly every service and a number of conversions re- sulted from the meeting. The Methodist church was strength- ened by seventeen join- in? the last service of the meeting. The other denomina- tions will receive additions also. It was a (rood meeting. The several churc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 17 July 1913

i r Neighboring County News From Our Exchange RAINES COl'NTY SmlfvW Vntinrl land they gave out the informs- ' tion that work would be com- CATTLE news menced soon on the new court A deal was recent y made 'in houw and wouW be pushed as Midland m which Kllia & IWIIfa((t l)(m!ibP The building aold to a northern buyer. 750 thev 8ay will be one of the most head of two year old heifers. ; j on the Pain. and will Kllia & Bell purchased of Mid- bp flre ppf)of throurhout anj land parties this week. lfMi head be g cnJjt CW)V county of coming three year old mules. T))(l information WM Kiven 0llt This is the same bunch of mules by Mr Cinndrum that he expects that J. J. Williams and W. .'t0 wrk BomethinK like sixty Harbour recently sold to Midland imn on thi9 job an( the work 3rtie9- 1 will run through several months Oscar Thompson of New Mex-:Hn() jn the meulltime It js expect- ico. recently sold l.(XHi headofwl that frosbvton will do won- steer yearlings to Lon Lumsdon ; (lerful devel...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 17 July 1913

Phone 24 ilunt Grocery Co. WI2ST BROADWAY Phone 24 This is tl with nc Wive udr entire! will bpfy. Wtfake to buy your 2 table supplies Our goods arc of high quality and you will make no mistake if you place your orders for GROCERIES i . f e I 1- I .L- t . . L .. tention to this line or mcrcnanuisc anu get uic very ucm mc all the responsibility. If everything is not just right we make it satisfactory or your money back mar ket can COULD YOU ASK MORE .... ! i supply you with fresh fruit and invite you to call and see our stock i Hunt Grocery Co. Phor f t LUBBOCK TEXAS Phone 75 RMolutioni of Sympathy loved and lout hut for a while. Kesoiveo inn copy oi mee enolution hp B'nt to the 'amily rerorded in our minute and sent to the llaptint Standard ar.d coun- ty pajer for publication. Mrs. J. IS. Mom.ky. Where it ha pleased the divine Father to rail to hi eter- nal home our beloved former pastor and co-laborer llev John A. Arhurkle. therefore be it re- solved hy the I'.aptiftt Ladies' Aid So...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 17 July 1913

A Straight Car of White Crest Hour This Flour has just arrived. And as you all know is the host Hour that can he had at ntrcost. The price is the lowest it has ever been $3.50 per 100 pounds. In large bills we will give you a liber reduction. In the same car we have Magnolia Flour at $3.50 per 100 pounds and Monarch at $3.00 per )() pounds. We have the best stock of Groceries on the South Plains and we want to say to you that if u are not our customer we want to enlist vou as one. We need you and you need us. TKADF AT IIOMF.l MARTIN & WOLCOTT Church Notes social life of our young people isj is five times as great as at home to be appointed next Monday in point of numbers and a afternoon at the devotional thousand times as great in mint We will be iflml to niHKe anv an- n'wln- of need. Yet we invest in irrm. etc.. in thin rulumn trm nf'r- i i r. Church Work at hw. where no rvenu. i rereive.1 ' JU1 81 P- m: from the service.. - Alitor. 1 i Stud v of the Council Meeting. woman's mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE I VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 311913 NUMBER 4 1 TO CHAMBER Of COMMERCE OEIEHMISES IN A MEETING Will SEND AGRICULTURAL Farmers Should Co-Uperate With . fi i Orchard and In the Chamber of Commerce column this week will be found an article relative to a county fair in this county and its a magnificent move. It means a great deal for the town and the country surrounding Lubbock. It means stimulation to the agri- cultural interests of this section of the country and will place Luhhork before the people in a ft IK'Ilirif HIP -OL'ir I.I favorable light. Kvery most farmer gardner and producer of i any farm garden or orchard pro- duct in this county should enter into the work in a most enthusi astic manner. It will mean much to you. In connection with this we re- produce an article from the Tex- as Hanker Record on the mak- ing or a county rair wnicn weof ther)li toward whicn you mut deem neipiui in tne oeginning oi ours. While there are fture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

T H E A V A 1 A N O II E Pl'M.IRHKD RVKIir TBUItDAV T THE AVALANCHE l'LTHMSHING CO. How's 1hlf !NXH5'OKATKI J A M K3 L. IH)W RD1TOR. Kntered at the i'oAtortlc at Lubbock Teiu for tranamlulon through tha If MM u Kconf1 clana matter. If nft IV fliinilml w il I Uf(h tftel wan him iirrfpit Ihhi Kt'U aft Ihtrtlit tally Mask iihmi hi a. I 4 t Ol.lo I MaII Caurrh Cur to Uki-n htirrtiniiy. U'r- It iiwtii the mmMl m mumi urin m 1 1 th'in fiifiiiut will lrv. I'M '. i erui pvt th'Ulc Uy all liruitKiala lilt Mali t IftUillV l'U( tot raUMtlu. Ut it lat I k aW lu uniry 1 One Yesrll.oo SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advtnre) 81s Montht 50c 4 DVBktihinh Hatrk: Locals 10 rent per line rrh Insertion. Display- ad rertlsementa 16 conts per single column Inch per week; special rau-s on year contracts t'ants of thanks resolution Obituaries (other than written b ourwlvcs 2 1-i cents per line. Church ativertlbments where a revenue Is derived therefrom & cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

(J R o ( K () o () II ooocococococoscooocoooooooo IT'S A GOOD SIGH VD when a woman knows to come here for her (Srocerta It shftwi her wiadom and dincrimination and that ne is a r keen student of values. It is not merely low w WT ripi'a thar hrinoa non. pie nere-u is me su- perior quality they get and the assurance they have that we carry everything in the (Jro- cery line that is worth carrying. We deliver orders promptly too. in all cases. LONG BROS. ONE DOOR EAST OF POST OFFICE if jt f ny Improvements Beinjc Wide Contractor Heniley reports that he has the contract to build ti two large rooms onto the resi- f dence of J. W. lmcy in the r Sanders addition and work has I already commenced. There is ) every evidence of prosperity in Othe community at this time. fcf ! I new DUiiuings unoer construe- C tion and numerous additions ar.d ' minor improvements are noticed I in all parts ot the town and ) country. There is alwavs some- () thing doing in the Lubbock () country. C) Notice of Dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

After ny Sickness or Operation Wor. rwKU 5corr5 JCMULStOp-k contain tk. te ivpafr (. crwli our klood and build phytic.! (trrnf th. No Alcohol or Oplala Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON (Delayed) Honoring her guest. Miss Jo- sephine Slade of Amarillo . Miss Eddie Mae Phillips entertained a number of the younger set Tues- day evening at the home of her aunt Mrs. Hopkins. In ths de- lightful game of Rook Miss Alice Bledsoe won high score. Punch was served throughout the eve- ning. Those present were Miss- es Slade of Amanllo Bruce Dixon of Cleburue Bernice Kimbro Bernice Wolffarth Fan- ie B. Carter Alice Bledsoe and Messrs. Scott Bledsoe and Waite Norris. One of the most enjoyed par- ties given latelv was the lawn party given by Mrs. V. E. Seitz and Mrs. W. H. Bledsoe July 12. As the guests arrived they were ushered into Mrs. Bledsoe's spacious living room where de- licious punch was served. When all had been served the guests found their places at the tables arranged on the lawn and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

jjTP' if YOU'LL CARRY INSURANCE WE'LL CARRY THE RISK IN THE STRONGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES ON EARTH. S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY 7 ) COCOOOCOCOCOOCCOCOCOCOCCCOCOCOCCCCCOCOCO f. ' - Johnston's Row Binders The season is almost here and you will need to secure your Binder. Now let us sell you a Binder that is lighter of draft and that has no side draft. Also a binder equipped with automatic irates that save vou the trouble of repairing packers. :-: :-: :-: Star Windmills AND PIPING WATER SUPPLIES AND ALL REPAIRS. I A. RANKIN A o o 8 OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 11 8 O O 81 3 o ft 8 be only 1 of snipe 8 O not earlier than January he is 1 practically immune from the J Texan gunmen. The season is closed as to snipe ami plover ex- cept between Sept. 1 and l'C 1"). J 'lover annually pass through : Texas before Sept. 1 and do not ! make their return visit until in I March. I Fence that bird is per- O petually protected so far as Texas j OI8 concerned under this law. ' t ' ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

I Big" or "Little" Orders ' I rum a small "dab" ol Chicken ltd to a car lond always thankfully received. rpm ( j r. v DAV 1DS0N FEED STORE PMONR l4 Let 'em Come. Notice of Meeting to Create Cem- etery Corporation Notice is hereby given to all owners of lots in the cemetery I Silos in Terry Recently seven stock farmers residing near Brownfield pur chased as many silos each being located about three miles south-1 over 0 tons capacity and re- east of the court house at Lub-'wlve(J the shipment together bock Texas which cemetery They are now being erected un- consists of 10 acres and is com- aer the direction of a special monly known as the Lubbock i foreman each owner with his Cemetery now controlled byj"ew. Koinjr around with the what if known as the Lubbock others. Cemetery Ass'n.. and notice is I Many other farmers are con- hereby given to all other parties1 templating smaller silos for the interested that on the first 'Present crop which now seems Wednesday in September. 1913. it0 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

STRINGER'S ICE CREAM WAGON v' Will deliver Ire Cream In any quantity from an ice cream cone to five gallon or more. Watch for the white wagon. Delivered at your door at the same price you pay for it in town. :::::: I BIG MEASURE IS MY MOTTO I should b directed to the fact that abortive eases are often as- sociated with typical cram and the name precautions should be observed with such cases. K. Acute poliomyelitis (infan- tile paralysis has been declared by the State Hoard of Health to I be a reportable disease. This! means that all cases must be re-' ported by physicians to thej .Health Officer and by the Health j Officer to the secretary of the State Board of Health. i !. Since the disease is infec- tuou prior to the onset of pa-1 ralysis suspected cases should be reported and quarantirv ' un-! til the xact nature of . . ease is known. MArtlvfAtvfrttd MMai)i pipl4t fvnty I Jp Je1tnjt4o SCOTT'S EMULSION teMeitS onnanrWnf Ai4 jLrfnal.H- t J rwfcnt ereatey permanent rV body-powfrknd ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

' I ill DflH'T GET FR1BHTEHED at the prospects of a short feed crop and sacrifice your live stock but buy an Ames Portable Silo and it will enable you to have more feed and better feed than you have been having in good years by the ordinary methods of caring for same. DO NOT DELAY Place your order toJaYfoanmes Portable Silo before it is iol lite. Delays' are dangerous in times like theseA 81 p'er eentf the feed value according to the goVejrnmenV. statistics will go to waste by the ordinary metWo$ of handling short feed crops. An Ames Portable Silo will save 100 per cent of it. Act now. TEXAS PORTABLE SILO & LUMBER GO. LUBBOCK TEXAS and nrver be permitted to ? you attain hut if we t!o don t lt the work in Africa Mop. " Then one by one rame nev?n volunteers out of the audience and ollVred themflclvea to the hoard of Mm- im to take the place of these if they fall on the field or to ro and assist them it they are want- ed. As we saw it. it was thi; world's jrreatest tableau liack of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

a ICCOCCCCCSCCCCOSCCCCCSCCCCCOCSCCCCCSCSCO 8 8 8 o () Practical Plumber And Windmiller T I will do your plumbing according to the City Ordi- j nance and guarantee every job to give entire satis- o faction. I am also prepared to handle your wind- J .:n u.. r i i i . ii ii i IUSHIC99. rviiiuiiniidci ciicu uiiu icn in repair. H SIMPLE SELF-PROTECTION '' " j .. i lido down th ilopn nd r kept . Evolution of "W.hrmn" M.d. Nt. i Th m.n (mrl for hnnrn nn noun Dcror. any pllo ir When II brffln to rl.n lh kln nr ollrd n1 thr tri'iiiii begin .rain Thin la run M nurd until ih .kin ir I aa aupplr aa rhnm'ii. and thu pll haa bprnmM ao hlarh that th fur haa thai I aoft drpth and beautiful rlrh rIom ' hlrh we bpo on Fifth iv.nutt i aiway tnnurnr a hum waa prHtv rrpatiire. with fluffy fur like klttan didn't you?" OF COURSE taaary by Uncompromnirtg Attl- ludo of tha Laundry Ptopl. Th ahlrtband buttonhole la th rrl tnn why thi- V MCA of I'hil dHphln la fin imriittt-d (o mart (KiiirKH of Inatrurtlnn fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

TH K A V A JLA LNC) HK rt'HLiitiiKn KVRkY tiiuksday hv THIS AVAL.ANCHE 1HJHMSIUNG CO. IXOnHI'OMATr.U KDITOR. iAMKS L. TMiW Entered al Urn I'ustortlea at Uutitwc- Ttni. for transrolMion through the Malls a aconr c!a matter. Una Yrar 11.00 sl'HSi KIITION RATKS (strictly In ArUanca) Su Month 50c How to Build Up or Tear Down This Community By J O. I. F. VI IS The Home Merchant Has Earned Support. APVBKTiaiNtt KArri -Locals lucent pt-r line each Insertion. Display- ad fertlseaients 14 cents pvr single column Inch per wi-ek: special ratea on year contracts. ('arils of thanks. resolutions. Obituaries (other than wrlttenb) ourselves. 2 l-icenu per line. Church a'lvertismenta wh-r a revenue Is derivetl therefrom ft cents per line. Professional cards II. W per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. rji t Business Office 14 Phones ' Reaidence 242 LUBBOCK I'KXAS. THURSDAY J I'LY. 24 1H18 The golden rule in modern times has often been construed to read "patronize home mer- chants." ' The Aval...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

.1 ! Misses' Skirts We have just recurved new ship- ment of Misses' Skirts and ask that you call and see them. We have also received many other new things and splendid bargains pre- vail. : : : : : : WHEf LOCK'S DRESS SHOP F. I:. WMEELOCK Proprietor. Classified Ads. For SitA 1 l'0 acres of land five mile Southwest of Luhbockr This proiitttv bargain atM o l I.'arlfr.r Abilene Texas. "vill he S ii Weral te (Trfiopry C he sold at a Trrn. Jv ry Company For Sai.K - rghteen good yearling mules located in J 2 pasture ten friilf'S south west of i Plains. JohnA. Hansen flams : Texas. v 3 2tp For I close in McCrummen KKNTlfou . $fi.(sffr n four room month. house W. T. 3 It For KKNif four room bunga- low. Appl ti.JMMf Sue Nelson. f 3 tf For RentIle or Trade-3 room residencipply to Martin's Bakery. WANTEoAfurnjrred light ho isekwtQi Y. 2 tf rooms for Phone 167. 2 tf Wanted-If to Mrs. W Texas. Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON RIPI.EY F.MRROIPKRY (MB The Ripley Embroidery Club met July 17th with...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

IF YOU'LL CARRY INSURANCE WE'LL CARRY THE RISK IN THE STRONGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES ON EARTH. S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY k0 x " 01 oaoDOdoaoDODo:aoDoaoaoaoDOD u o u o a O o a O O o a o o o o o a O O o o o NO CHEAP CATTLE EXPECTED Official of Swift Packing Company Does Not Look for Any Decline of Price of Cattle creased 12.'XKl0(M). In 11)07 day previous on motion of the Ijjst Friday was pay day on there were nine head of cattle County attorney nn account oftneSanta Fe construction line for each man. woman and chi a i i.ai1..-- .:0i jnB.onil 1 . iL inhirnif0Hfafn NW h the absence of material witnesses anj tne town was gwarming : is only . of one head per capita j arul hp m"tion presented Wed- wjtn Mexican laborers who came j with excellent prospects of this j nesday and the action of Judge jn to cash their pay checks. i ratio being soon reduced to Buck in dismissing the case final- . janouionenpaaoicamcioreacniiydiiiwMeBof it. mere is noi mucii apircin-u-1 two persons. Mitisiic...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

! li-:.:- L () ! i STRINGER'S ICE CREAM WAGON C h an Will deliver Ice Cream lit any quantity from an ice cream cone to live gallons or more. Watch for the white wajron. Delivered at your door at the same price you pay for it in town. :::::: BIG MEASURE IS MY MOTTO ur. ) lfn I " 8 The very best EXTRA HIOH PATH NT SOFT WHEAT FLOUR at $.1.10 per cwt. Every sack Guaranteed at TRUSTO GRAIN GROCERY COMPANY RING 1-6-3 Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges ln'Miiiriun iic rt'iris in r mi the road to rapid recovery. We understand that Noah Pell will likely buy one of the Ames silos. N(jal) believe in ho com- bining stock raising and farming that he will get more profit on same amount of labor expended. Hp figures ritflit. too. VOAKt'M ('(tl'NTV Little J. M. Marcey son of Mr. John Mareey the mail con- tractor was pretty badly hurt for a while Tuesday morning by jumping off an automobile wnich was being driven at the rate of about 12 or 15 miles an hour. He complained of being h about the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

Chamber of Commerce Column who's rkspo.nsible Is this town what it ought to be? Ia it all that it could be and should be? Give the Wo- men a Chance to Vote on this question of home build- ing and we venture there would be an overwhelming; majority in favor of home ownership. And when you Ret right down to fig- uring the actual cost of a good frame house it would probably surprise you what can be done with a few hundred dollars. A little lumber goes a long ways whn it comes to building and the having you effect in labor by usingmachinti-smoothed finish casing base flooring etc.. is one of the itetnjTtfiat makes this talk about bigh ost sound pretty weak. I f yflurtN waiting for building material to get cheaper before building there's no hope j for you. They are as cheap now ; as they'll ever be and the lumber we handle these days comes in such shape that really when the whole job completed is consider- ed there's not a great deal of . difference over the prices your father paid. Let'...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 31 July 1913

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31st 1913 IIIK ST An: OKTKXAS. Fur tde tx ft 1912 mily in l.ulH-k Cuiinty. reported urnler the priivioiunn ut Seetinn o OiMpter l'i' l awn of I!i7 I. W. II. rlytni tax I'li'lei-tor of hii cmiiitv lo rerehy ri rmy inai tte witt.in IhiuIk Htid town lot a.-o-i-l on the Tax Kolln of anl riiiu-.tr for the year I '.ML' are le- InuiiU'iit for the txe of 1912. only bivI tliat I Hrn n ti tUn I to ireilit for the taxea n W. II. Ki.Vnn. Tux Collector. County of I.ulibork hnwn thereon. Sworn to ami nubm-rilied before me thi : (M-.iJ THE STATK OF TEXAS ) !3r.l day of April l!'M. J. A. Wllo.s County Clerk. I.uliliock County Texas. Hy l.t'THKK M'VIU'MMKN Ileputy. CERTIFICATE OK COMMISSIONERS COt.'RT. IN COMMISSIONERS COl.'KT. County of Lubbock i W certify that have examined the within report of Und anil town lot am'Sl on the Tan Roll of Lubbock county for the year I'.UL'. which are delinquent for the taxea of 1'J12. only and find the ame correct and that ...

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