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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 6 November 1913

n o n o n o n o n () n V) ODEOEVEI YOU HEED A GEHEIIAL Tfll IE GROVE'S The Old Standard prove' Tasteless chill Tonic U Equally Valuable as a GcncraLTonic because it Acts on the Liver, Drives Out Maliri Vnrichcr the Dlood and Builds up the whole Systrnwgor Grown People and Children. mi takeJl'.rovp'a Tnatcleaa iliill Tunic if.rinlpil ci pvijrv ln1il.iijfK tlnil it ton tin in tlip Wfll krinwn Vmi know lial .. I lie lurinuln lHi.niili1'l iMi rvctfv lull Ionic ifoM-rlii of yriNINI', ati'l IHitKTt i a alriiug tlx trti(("t liiitcr tunic awl ia in Taalelpta 1'iiriii,' It htuu kiihI fur Malaria, Chilli ami l'rr, Wtakntna, Kfiirtitl il.-liility mill limn of j i j-.t itf . C.ivii life ami vlj"rti NurniiK MdlliiTK ami I'ule. Sh kly L'jnMreli. Rrttiovpa i(iliounra without purinn Nelievpa iiprvuua ipiiraaion iml low iiiit. Aniiitr I lie livpt fo action ami iurific tlif IiIimmI. A True Tonic anil Sur Appi'tler. A Ciniilrle HtrpiiKtliPner. tio family liuuM he without il. (tuutaiilrril liy your liU...

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. — 6 November 1913

OOCOCODOCODOCODOCOOODOaOCOaODOnODOaODODO PURE JERSEY lillEAl-t HUH til u o u o u o o o a o o VJf nrr now nrenarefl t " " Jersey Cream Butter. those who have usell butter, phone us abptft i, 6V rrrptfrcustomers with Pure O 1 s ot "avery line quamy, aim XA7l. nan ant nootner. nncn yuu uw k for Jersey Cream Butter Co. o DurtMtrc OA AMn 7R 0 n o o o o o o STATE LAND RECEIPTS State Treuurer Edwardi Makei Report for October on Lease Receipts. Howard Cattle Oeali Hit Npriiw nmlt. On !ftt Monday Pet Johneon purchased of Krnest Knott 100 head of mock cattle which he has placed on hi famoua 5iir Sp' inK took farm four mih'8 rant tf town. ' i Austin. Tex., Oct. 31. -State Ernest Knott in preparing ( Treasurer J. M. Kdwarda today leave awn for Fort Worth whore announced during the month of he will reside in the future, i October the receipts from land Th npw owneri of the Knott np and canes amounted to ranch will take possession next : liS9.Grw.07. This waa divided week. Mr. Knott has secured a...

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. — 6 November 1913

O () () () ( () o () () () () () () () () () o o o () () ( ) ) THE AVALA.NOH B fVSLURID BVBBf TBUBIDAT T TOR AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. A MRS L. DOW, KDITOH. Entered at the I'ontofflcs at Lubbock, Texas, for transtnliwlon through Hit falls a second elm matter. One Year 11.00 Sf'ISSUMI'TION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) 61 1 Mont hi 60c ADVKHTiHiNw lUTieiiiLocal lo inu per line each Iniwrtion. Display- ad i,m ui LHAiiHt, rwiuiion, utjicuaru's, (other titan Vnl P rnnl rncfc ...... w.. wmiii, irm;iuuuiii, lIJl bUilt t.', lUllMT 1 1 ill I) writlenby oijrslvo. 2 1-2 cunt dp r line. Church adverttomenu, whor a rnrenuB In derived therefrom, 6 rnti per line. i'rofPAtional carda 91 00 nar tmstntl. r m tin t. w, If .,.14 ln lit vii nil wi fi i i aiu in tu V a I li t; cirpenterlnsr, G. W. Johnson was wanting to loan money in $1,000 hunks and L. J. Hicker on wai advertnlnd himself as a contractor, builder and cabinet maker, while the Canyon National Hank was wanting the business of this section. G...

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. — 6 November 1913

OTH REAL PHONE 147 ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK .BUILDING LUBBOCK. TEXAS p rO) Q) cAttle PROFESSIONAL LUBBOCK CO. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Dr. C. M. HALL KM) Kit Office First National Bank Bld'g. Telephone No. JHH Luhhock, Texas DR. K. B. HUTCHINSON Citizen Natl. Hank Hldg. Pimnk mi Lobhook, - Texas To Be Held in the Lubbock High School Building, Lubbock, Texas, December 18, 19, 20, 22, and 23, 1913. E. R. Haynes, Co. Supt. of Schools. OR. H.J. HALL pHrKtrujf A!o Scroiow Office KM Cross Pharmacy I HONES. I Residence S3 Luhhock. Texan LUHHOCK SANITARIUM Lnhhock. Teia i. Chh V. Vt.Ain,, M. D. Physician A' Snrgeori. Mhh. L. P. II.-Mil.ANK, K. N. Srrr. Phone 1 14 and 500. OVKKTON SAMTAIUUA? Medical and Surgical Cases Lnhhock. Texas, DU. M. C OVKKTON. Office Phone V Residence Phone Ii7 DK. C. J. WAONKi:. Office Phone 4o', Residence Phone V DRS. HUTCHINSON and PKKBLKR J T. HI'TdllNSON. m n Fjr, Far, Hm and Throat. O. F. PKFRf FR, w n. 0nrl M1trn r1 Surgery. i Roo...

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. — 6 November 1913

tfi! Fit lf!!?MME by Al22r Ml It TT WTt( TTTIflll SJT BAKING Pttfy Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON COTS FROM PLAINS PRK-NiriTlAI, RIIOWKR Enjoyable indeed waa the pre nuptial shower given by the Agile Needle Club at the home of Mm. F. K. Craig, with Mrs. Kii Vaughn an assistant hostess, to Mix Lillie Harclay, who is soon a brjjtijo he. Tha fixuns w?r prettily deco rated, ttitn.as it wis dark and Plaint Peopla and (than and What They ara Doing and Saying Yoakum County Nw.: Presiding Klder W. II. Terry came in last Saturday and preached Sunday, Hnd held quarterly conference Monday. The conference is said to have bwn a very satisfactory one; all the collections had been paid in except about $Hi, and that wns Church Notes yToonw' outside the curtains pledged. .1. T. dainer, R. 1 1. were iL-irtti; anil sMaded candles Marshall and II. M. Haskew Shre-srtfTnjKht oft the scene, were elected trustees for the Heautitul instrumental music . t7ir. if was iurauwu ujr ;virs. nnpKins, And we all ...

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. — 13 November 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, N0VEM8ER, 13, 1913 NUMBER 19 VOLUME XIV. CIIECTIS MADE IT TEXICO CONSTRUCTION CREW COMPLETED CONNECTIUN WEDNESDAY EVENING PASSENGER TRAFFIC INSTALLED WEDNESDAY MORNING Construction Department Will Carry Passengers in Coach Attached to Swinjr, Train Out One Day and Back the Next Much Work Yet Remains to Be Done The first train that was able to roll clear through and land on j v.. nA frar-U t Teieo. was the one that left Lubbock Wednes day morning, Nov. 12th. which waa classed as "First Class. No. 1. Mixed." It left here about j line of the Santa F that con noon, ot two houra behind the( nects by rail the east and west schedule, it being necessary for waters; its one continual string it.1) wait for the north bound of steel rails belonging to the passenger, which dropped ofT the passenger coach tor use on the Lubbock to Texico run. The eaet distance from Lub hork to Teilco ia given aa tf.2 miles and the following is the at...

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. — 13 November 1913

THE AVALANCHE rVIILMHBD BVBRT THURIDAt BY THE AVALANCIIK PUHLIHHING INOOMI'OH ATKD CO. JAMES L. IH)W, EDITOR. entered at the I'ontometi at Lubbock, TexM, for tramtmliuilon through the . MmllK m apflond clam matter, i 0n Yearfl.no SPF'SORIl'TION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month .Wc a ityrtiTmiXM Hath I-ocal to ct-nta per line each Innrrtlnn. Pluplsy- ad rurriioiioiir is pi-titji out kltik'le column Inch per week: tprclal ratt-s (in ; year contract. Cants of thanks, resolution, OOlirnirli-s, (other than wrlttenb) ourselves. 2 1-2 cent per line. Church sdvertlitmentu, whore a revenue l derived Herefrom, 6 cent pr line. Profewilonal cardi 11.00 per month or 10 per year If paid In advance. m Phones Pusiness Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, f KX AS, THURSDAY, NOV., IS, 1918 Last year over fiO.OOO churches gave attention to this subject on Tuberculosis day. It is hoped this year to increase the number to 100,000 and to urge similar action besides in a large number of the schools and ...

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. — 13 November 1913

A Saving of H In luel VltK Soi Cail, Slack or Lfnlo. Sal 1gb You jjet back the original eost of your stove in the fuel money saved each winter. Could you ask for more? Here is the Guarantee on Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater t . mm m r by the maker i anv lower Pith oft coal, I Backed Up in Every Particul "1 A anting of ini Until in furl draft ntntr ntyhe mariif slack or liK'tnti "2 That ( .lr' Hot yUasevjirjfte Unhurt coat for In itinif a yity-n p.i,'r ri iain liie burnrr mailc with the iine tttf in Ytj I "3 Tint the rontnj . ..k do l.i it.l r to twn hour r.u h nirnmj with (lie A ft vVil nr hard e':il (nit in the the .kiw hflore. "4 Th.it the -Imr rfl h' U t re yi:f no ft coal from Satitrilay mtft until llomnhr nAirmng. "$ A uniform Iteat 'Uy a.Vl niK-ht, Aith loft coal, hard eon I or Ignite "S 1 hat every tove will regain aliititty air-tight an lnp a med. "7 Th.it the fee.) ,oor i and will remain imoke and duo pr.-jof "R That the ni-Puffin Draff wilt prevent pnfn "All we alc i tha...

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. — 13 November 1913

PROGRESS AND SAFETY The notable Increa In th hulcs of this bank has bcn largely du to its pro gressive policy. Wi arc keeping pace with the rapid de velopment of the business Interests of l.ubbock Hut pense of every forward step, always been the watchword. Business men and individual!) requiring; the co-operation of a progressive bank are invited to open an account with us. nt of the business interests of county. f vt are not progressive at the en- (J f safety. Caution has marked M rward step, and conservatism has r THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $120,000.00 l.LimOCK. TEXAS (leo. C. NVolffarth, Pres. W. A. Carlisle. Vice Pres. I. L. Hunt, Cashier C. A. Hurrus, Asst. Cash. HOW TO BE SAVING A Certain Lady Tells How She Economizes in Her Home Sav ing Many Dollars in a Year The following from the Dallas News is . interesting reading to! those who are at a loss to know j how to reduce the cost of living:: j "I buy meats in as larire! quantities as possible, cut them! mys...

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. — 13 November 1913

J o : () ( ( WHO COHPOUNDS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS o () () Iii roDHitleriiitf where bent to have the preHcriptiona com prii nrlff 1 your doctor irenc ribed, wh would like for you to consider well our ("tore, for no mattf r what doctT writen tli-in. it is your liberty to have tliem filled where you wih. J)uring all our experience in the. Mrug. Hui neHr in Lubbock, we have endeavored to truthfully make the labels from thin tdore your guarantee of purity and accuracy. See that your prewriptiou bear our label. to be used, but it is the feeling of encouragement the secretary, the board of directors, and all the members of the organization ' have when they see the citizen ' ship back of them. Kverv public spirited man and 1 woman for that matter, should I be in this organization, i In the past four months, Lub bock has been put before the () country more than ever before. Q Take for instance, Sudan grass. O Through the dailies and farni COOOCCCCCOCCCOtCCCCCOCOCCCO PUP the fact that Luobock has...

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. — 13 November 1913

-T-6 00 PIANO VOTES With Every25c Toilet Article Saturday, N,oV 15th. . If I "! I y o-h HOTOINS' I musical accompaniment to this I sacred ceremony. Tj the strain of Mendelsohns wedding march, the bridal party left the altar and marched to the library, where they received the congratulation of their friends and relatives, after which a light luncheon was served. The bride was handsomely attired in a tailored suit of navy blue chifFon broad cloth with hat and accessories to match. The maid of honor wore a Wilhelm blue matelasse tailored suit. The groom and best man were appropriately dressed in plain business suits. After registering in the "Brides Book" the guests formed a happy and joyous procession to the station where amid showers of rice, Rood wishes and con gratulations they departed for their own home at Amarillo. Texas. ' Miss Lillie is one of Lubbock's most loved young girls, and will be greatly missed in social and I church circles. The groom is a prominent civil engineer, 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. — 13 November 1913

COMMISSIONERS COURT Honorable County Dadt Transact Business Two Days During This Week. K. Jordon and I Robertson, R. (!. I Sledge. (Juarterly report of Sheriff .V. I M. Flynn, of fines collected, np-provd. Ilutcher report or J. I ( hnse, nnroved. 'f...nday ami Tuesday were p.utcher r-port of K. P. Wil 1 busy dayi tor the county com-, liams. approved, missionera. There was a full1 It was ordered hy the court (juorum and the following husi-' thit the present owner of the ness received attention: liMi-aere trat on the north F.m- M. V. Klattenhotr ordered ma rad, formerly owed byOeo. paid f-KMH) out of the road and W. Carter, be paid at the rate bridge fund for underground of .$22. '0 an acre for one and crossing. i one-sixth acres used by means The proposition of the Lig it 1 of opening that. road, company to install a new li;ht-1 The Lubbock Volunteer Fire ing system was accepted. Ti e department was granted the county to pay half and the city ' privilege to erect a hell toer on Count...

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. — 13 November 1913

DON'T CARRY TMB FIRE RI5K ANY I-ONCIER S. P. ROBBINS & COMPANY nk Bulldlnf . 0 1 hava the Strong! Companies on forth that ara wllllnf to take the rink at a very low cost to you. Insure now. Office In Cltlens National Ita I Alfeilfei Lumlber 7P Wants to See VOu Will Mingus, of Sweetwater, spent a few days here, prospect ing the past week. are usually t i nd easily worried, slepUocs not refresh and the trfstem firadu' ally weakens irvprinsiitlicient nourishment, f S Scott's E nrajbn corrects nervousness hyifji fore of con centrated rue dical n6tiwhrtient it restores the hVnIt!4r rtp?ion of body cell', enricVt thc blood, sharpens , the a3o$le, and feeds the nVc by distributing hiJUy.St" power all over trtef6yijkjf Don't resort Mdfoholic mixtures or drug ciiction that stimulate and stupofv. Get a bottle of Scott's tmulsion tor your nerves nothing equals or compares with it, but insist on Scott's. EVIHY DRUOIST HAS IT aaracny iinmaaT wli.imji 1 XMsWt 1. Limit, three bucks for season:...

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. — 13 November 1913

A 1 Obey that urge! Do it now! Get a Ford! It's the one "hunch" on which vou can't go wrong. More than 325.000 owners will vouch for Ford merit Ford Simplicity Ford serviceability and Ford economy. Obey that urge! Do it now! l ive hundred dollar is the new price of the ford runabout; the touring car i five fifty; the town car seven fifty all f. o. h. Detroit, complete it h equip ment. Oet catalog and particulars from Kradley Auto Sales Company, l.ubhock, Texas. i bile of cotton was rolled over on j j a match, which Ignited it. There j , had been 31 bale of cotton gin-! DESIGNATES THANKSGIVING Gov. Iiviei Proclamation Asking ! ned uo to Monday. Mont of the food crop in this j vicinity was cut before last 'week's freeze, but the cotton is I not near all out, in fact some of i me farmer say it win taxe mem ; Co,luitt today js!,up(, r)r(K.im,a. j two months longer to tret through tion designating Thursday, Nov. 'picking. 157, as a day of thanksgiving. R. C. Burns for Assessor 'singing a...

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. — 13 November 1913

THE A V ALANOHK rf t,mi1l) BVBHV TUVMDAT BY THE AVALANCIIK PUHLIHIIING CO. INtKiMI'OMATKU JAMES L. DOW, Entered at the l'ostomee it Lubbock, Tun, for trimmiMion through the Malls M ueond cl millet. One Yetr 11.00 StMlSCRimON RATES: (Strictly In Advance) The Civic league of FMainview ha determined that there will be a atop put to wrestling matches in that city. There ia ! no law against such matches ami KPlTort. the only hopes the members of i that organization have for get- i ting rid of it is to mould such ! a strong public sentiment MRS. H. HAMILTON DEAD Passed From This Life Last Sat urday Night in the Lubbock Sanitarium. All that was mortal of Mrs. H. Hamilton and her new born i 8li Months 50c against it that such matrhea babe were laid to rest in the' i will become unpopular, and will Lubbock Cemetery last Monday uvKTtsiNu Hatiw:-Loc! lOeenU per line fu-li IriHcrtlon. DUplny- ai , .1,7,.. rijp fnr u'nnt nf natrnnatrt ! afternnnn in the nreiienrp nf wtlneirienu 15 cnu per tittle...

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. — 13 November 1913

ROTH REAL ESTATE. FIRE INSURANCE AND CATTLE OFFICE IN CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 147 LUBBOCK. TEXAS p PROFESSIONAL Dr. C. M. ItAM.KNUKU Dkntht ji Office First National P.ank Pld'g. Telephone No. frS Lubbock, Tias JU. It. H. HUTCHINSON Dunti-t CitienR Natl. I?ank HMg. Thonk 131 Lubbock, - Texas 1)11. H.J. HALL I'flTSH'IAN AMD St'KUltOrt Offlc Kel t'row! Pharmacy Mirivrc J Office 171 Lubbock. Texa LUHHOCK SANITAHItIM Lubbock. Tfxai. Cll. F. Cl.ATTON, M. I). Phy-iciaii t Surgeon. MHH. L- T. Hlol.ANI., P.. N. Srrr. Phones 144 atnl Soo. OVKKTON KAMTAIHI'M Medical aii'l Surgical Case Lubbot k. Tenas. Dll. M. C. OVKIMON'. Office Phone 40; Residence Phore U'7 IK. C. J. WAUNKK, Office Phone Residence Phone 1JM HUTCHINSON and PKKHLKK J T. Hl'TCHINSOV, m i) Kjr, Ear, N- aivl Thrnit. O. V. I'RKHI.KK. m. u. (riraj Mlirin. arwt Surgery. Km in Kir.t Ntieml Hank Hlrt'ir LU BROCK. . TEX AH. KOSCOK W ILSON Attokhky-At- La w Office: First National Flank Building Lubbock, Texas II KAN KLLTT ...

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. — 13 November 1913

r" . - 4 ci II Hunt Grocer Co. l The Grocery Store, wl u tound. We keep a ?oi O grocery business. rCemratfer ouiv X mnnv tfood things to eat. area a: ci " You can also get boiledKand mtated ham. A complete u meal all ready to ptit on liie Vable. Here you can get O that genuine Jersey Cream butter the best on the market. Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON goods are always id we want your lakery produces es, pies, rolls, etc. Mesdames Joe Penncv, Powell q j and John Penney are entertain niiniMhe 24-12 Club and their u o- Hunt Grocery Co. o o o o oi o u PHONES 24 AND 75 caonoDODonoDonoDononoDonononoDononononoD ....Avitbrrtobiles Repaired.... We are m jfeiitlori to ddfyoul Auto Repair Work and hatya sjoqk of supplies always on hand. If your afctoMsn'trtrTnirig just right, bring it to us and we. will jfiVe it 'a thorough overhauling. SERVICE CARANYWHERii AND BACK. Royalty (& Wilson Cuban Work-Mrs. Citv and Church Notes We will be glut to make ny an nouncement! of Church Service, Pro g...

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. — 20 November 1913

TELE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE .' OLUME XIV. LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 20, 1913 NUMBER 20 ' i CAMPAIGN FO". TREES COMFERENCE APPOINTMENTS Cffort Will bt Made to Have Treee Where the Methodnt Mlnietert of the Planted by at Many People I N. W. Te.ie Conference Will be Poatible I Located Thie year EAGUE AFTER IMPROVEMENTS T MOT RECEIVED MAY SUCCEED IN GETTING CROSSINGS ON SOUUH SECOND STREET BROADWAY AND A i a nit-iit meeting or tuii Chli! Vw i. ii. T' m. Nov . 17 Vi-I'in j league it wa decided to make a ; inlnler r attending t Ii Northwe-t cumpalcn for nmrt In- lor Lubbock Texa- Ali-tlitnli.-t confcrem , here, ten TIiIk I. a move In the illit directum terdav Mllcd I lie various pulpit nf'lhe TWO HIGH POWER Tu tin- Mianger coming from an did i lly, 'i he tueiinir'al xcrvlre wax held cr purl of tlie country where ahade at :l p m Sunday I treea are plentiliil, the i k of Hhade Hia'i'ip All-in antiiiiuii eil the ful i tree I especially nntlicahle. Me; '(mill. i oint iti....

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. — 20 November 1913

II'IIMUMCD avail! tHUMDlT BY THE AVALAXCIIR PUBL.1BIIING CO. INtHJKI'OKATKU KDITOR. AMES L. DOW, A" Entered at the I'ontofflce at Lubbock, Teias, for transKlMlon through Hit i If tilt as aecon'l cla matter. One Year II 00 SfBSCKimON RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Six Mont lit 50c ! auvkhtihinu Katw: Locale 10 tenia per line each Innertlon. Display- ad vertlsemeni Ift cent per utricle column inch per week; ipeclal rates on year contract Cards of thanka, resolutions, Oblruarles, (other than wrilteuby oum-lvca. t 1-2 cents per line. Church artvertlntnanta, where . a revenue In derived therefrom, 6 centa per line. I'rofesslonal cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK, fKXAS. THUKSDAV, NOV., 20, 1513, EE UP-TO-DATE A Lovington dry goods com pany is advertising white buck Bkin slippers in the last issue of the Lovington paper and they go so far as to guarantee that they will be cool and nice. We are willing to take their word...

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. — 20 November 1913

r PROGRESS AND SAFETY The Ihii hn fressU velopm l.ubhock Hut we pens of every forward alwav been the I5uines m the co-operation of a notable nhk vpoiic le fcrtplnj Ait 4lth aVe nj Increase In the husine of been largely due to It pro- rapid de- et of the ei-marked atUm has chvtoM requiring ogrefttive hank are pair nn U1T e business inty ft n)freslxu . A'ailffok ints rj, and conrrt wiftchworl. Uf and inJiv idi HARDA ICKE DISCUSSES SUITS Aski Attorrfy General Why This Suit Was 8riujtht Af a nst the Company in ited to open an atcitant w it h us THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL ANO SURPLUS, $120,000.00 ?BMCk. Tf.XAS I. I., hunt. Cashier e Pits. W. A. Carlisle. Vke C. A. Kurrus, Asst. Cash. The I'lnln v'iev hill . ...... . - - inev tidv eve thaihlve thcTlainf stock or! t onr order inview Nursery ffrk hirvOt . .... - - r rwti tror h4erttesffcd h VVVJiU t-t.ll fcfintVhifn IThe Plal and best stock of trees gated from varieties nd do the best on tree for voting d.snck. Send Nursery or see r...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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