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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

LUBBOCK AVAL ANCH HE ; f v0LUME X. iYNDPSIS OF THE FOR TEXAS ADOPTED BY THE TEXAS BOARD OF HEALTH AND APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR AT A RECENT DATE i tr Vnnnr nnrniTlur i iv i.inuir nrriiHiiii w m L UUIIIk W I With Tk Force of Law. 0f tor Regulations Will Be rrosecutea " N The Limit of The Law. quarantine AM) l i "VN I anil they can present a physi- The new rules on th object ' cian's certificate to the efTect of the management of contagious that they are no longer a menace diseases are clear and concise to others. hut vary very little from these RKoIsTRATIN iU'RKAt.' IN ALL previously in vogue. All cases INCORPORATE Towns of a contagious nature are re- Some radical changes are made .;-. 1 to I i.lnced under re-! in the old law on collection of V . - I strictions by the first doctor that j vital statistics. The clerk of pees them and the attending ; (. urtjs stji the registrar of each physician is driven authority t'ipounty altside of incorporated do thm. He next notif.es the .jtj(.s am...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

J WO D . FIRE. TORNADO. LIFE. LIVE STOCK. ACCIDENT. FIDELITY CASUALTY. LIABILITY AND JUDICIAL THAT'S AL R A I Lubbock Texas? Utmm cS Ltihhock Slate Bank Buildinir . ...... . ZMJSZ 3 . . building of a lifetime. It is tho i tinir frth the ifrt-at (lovilujniciit 'I I-l I i . - ' r- 1 i v i I I"! 1!j Iguidepost along the way. U-ave f (hat section to those w no are striving to ( ri IU.I-HK1) kvi:i:v Tit tummy in THIS AVAL.ANCII13 PUHLJKl 1 1 S ii CO- 1 N CO K 1 0 K A T K 1 JAMES L.'1WW. J NO. F. TU It NEIL KD1TOU. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. Entered at the Postoilice at Lubbock Texas for transmission through the Mails as second class matter. (ne Year UK) SUHSCRIPTION KATES: (Strictly lu Advance) Six Months &0c a uvKKTtitiNu Katks: Locals 10 cents per line each insertion. Display- ad vertisements IS cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (other than writtenb ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertisments. where a re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

J 1 1 1 PalaccBprber Shop SrtiilT. IlnvlB. Prop Win Kim-m i.uo. lilKfiTTi:ut nr miooll.r fWf MoU Mm or colli UUU. ShcpToTtiU'd wiutli hlilo uarr. MJIUSotk I h I I T KIO LANDCOMPANY J' Real Ilstate. pians and Live Slock We have lixtrn I Acre Tracts. Properly. LI the rot. -vyratpieic fT 9" 1 ILL One Mil ii J red nnd Sixty .of Country nnd Town i .is nnd vsc will do Correspondence Solicited m I Come and sec us when in Lubbock ABOUT RAILWAY MAIL The Following Letters Show Status of Affairs The Carrying of the Mail on the Train to Lubbock Washington I). C. .Jan. 17. -Mr. M. C. Overton Lut.ltock Texas Sir: In answer to your letter of the'." Ii instant which the Postmaster (leneral has re- t erred to me. wherein you re- quest the estahlishiiu-nt of mail service on the l'eeos and North- ern Texas Ilailway lietween I'lainview and Lul.U'ck. I have to ad ie you that the question of the advisability of ordering such M-rvice is imw Loin consid- ered. "it- c-'ti.; .iv.y calie.i on under dnV of Now...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

1 DON'T BE R MBFR ! ! '4 Wc carry a FIGURE etc stock of everything SURPRISED When you find that our prices arc in line with anybody anywhere. : : H US WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER or at fythin building line !l assorted stock of Sherwin-Williams Paint We J ill ha OLA S-We ai Any size MURPHY LUMBER CO. a. i emu ins 4e a wi; m. r - THE AVALANCHE rUBfclHHKD KVKBY THCltHDAT Y THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO- INOOHPOBATEO JAMES L. DOW JNO. F. TURNER Entered at the Postofflce at Lubbock MallB as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (St rictly in Advance) One Year 11.00 ADVKKTiMNu Ratkh: Locals 10 writs per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertisements 15 cents per single column inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than writtenhv ourselves. 2 l-H cents per lint. Church advert isments where a revenue is derived therefrom 5 cents pef line. Professional cards 1.00 per month or 10 per year if paid i:i advance. Xfr FOCK WEEKS CONSTITCTi: (ICKTnnXK...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

PHONE 353 FOR YOUR TEXAS 0 T 1 1 10 A ArA.L A NT C I I E IM III.IIIKD HVKIIY 1 lll'ltsbA V nv ''this aval.anciik puhiisium; :o I.VCOKI'OKATKU i .XMIvS L. hOW .1 NO. l'.Tl'KNKK K!)ITOll. ASSOCIATE KIMTOli. Kiitcr.-iJ ai the PoMomre at LuMah-Ic Teias. tor tmiiMnNsioti tlirouli the Mails as st roml class mat lor. i mi' Year tl.iHi OFFICE lMIONK 14 LUimocK to iMxist the thing and have not the receipt it is a dead cock in the pit. The poll tax receipt sufrereth 1onj.r. and is greatly abused. It is rumpled .in the pocket and is generally lost when most needed. It rejoiceth not in defeat but goeth well with a good majority. Doth not behave unseemly; yea even inquisitive judges strive to reject it it seek- eth not its own and is not puffed up. I.eareth all things; hopeth all things; endureth all things; The poll tax receipt never faileth but whether there be promises to vote for one candidate they shall fail before promises of better things to come. In the hands of the thirsty repeater it r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

i i Martin Hbnis Bakery : I 1 4 GincrfXBaklne SFECIAL ORDERS 6p 5 Bakery First Door North Lubbock j The Neil Boarding House j I New in Every Respect. Month. Rooms witho TRANSIE 5outh of 5quife on LUBBOCK - oal nThe City Heat Market;) J. L. CHASIL Proprietor j ' North Side Square. Phone IW V. X33t::.: !1 ' wants vour fnt cattV Highest price paid f Lubbock H Everything New 1 1 i V aiaiaaesaBBiaBiaBiiaHBiftaritiaiai :H. W. WRIGHT Is tli- mats "U m'Vthi "" J'"1 aIe L'oin to liuiM. xlltVp" Hie work right Estimotes S Lubbock - 1 R I I I NEW BAGGAGE LINE I can be found at Davidsons Teed Store Office Phone 134 Rejdece 28 Quick Service. yMA Kve rne a tr'al E F. LIPSCOr.TBVBAGGAGEi CO. Lubbock fexas. fX nfrTnTTTHfliimff'rimiiii 11 1 1 iwrm General Machihe f 4 I'ostokkick Hox 17h. V L Lubbock Tex ih. 2 HOUSEMOVING IS MYO BUSINESS I have made it a study and can do you jusfca little better job than any one Ise for the reason that I hae pad exrxfTftce and am equipped lor thenjusinV'ss. LET ME:iFl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

professional J.N. Stoops M.I O.S Murphy M.I). DKS. SK MUKrilY Sckikons ii to Surgery V8ICI and il UOtllfll. 1'licin.s: lies. in cnii-c :.. ! LI'IMIOCK TKXAS NVm. L. KAUUIi. M. I) I'll YHICIANI AM Si Hl "N (;tl.;e: 1'aUre llViiy I'lu.ne No. -i LnbbocK Texas- 1)11. H.J. HALL l'uVHiriAjfNX Sl'ROKON Ofllce at Orutf Store riiories-Ofllol f"-J residence LiibbWK Texas 141 Dr. C M. HALLINOKK Dentist Office In Dr. IfV Ol Stand LubbockTT exai J. J. Pillard K. J. Dillard i) foyi DILLAUI) LLAUI) Lubbock. Texas 1 5 KAN k KLLTT LubhoVVX''" '(r.-r U-L'al liuslrieA! in.tarUI work ri-spi-et f illy s;irit.-l. W. 1). LAWt HI AM Lubboek Will rrwllve I" Court JAM KS K. IIOMNSOX : tty and (Oyelur-at-Law j LubKiVAj'a" i'rictl" In all Xi'Vand Felcnl ! ouru. Atlntloirlo bulneiui in Lutt k Surrounding t:ounil I. V. I'uckt-tt. J. ir.r. ITCK'KTT - (iMKKll l-i tliv l. rt-. 1 ;i!nrd. IjluA Titl- ruminkl.Mwtni.t attention j iT ti hiih'i.Wi-"d I"or "r'" of tli- jst ortire. Lublmek Texas I Hi. TOM line. I IN N S ! ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

Qfl 19 nnio) U WW JUYJ 1 1 i s f i THE K raD THA I SAMbl-lto ASK OUR CUSTOMERS ABOUT OUR WORK few EE if . ..... J. E. MURFEE & SON j Dealers in Plains l-ands of all Kinds We Buy 5e!l or Any ized tracts r farm Ian llxchane RKJ :tatc on Commission. d list of City Property. NOlARflN OFFICE Office L'pstairs in .Mercantile Building PHONE 271 M IJIJOCK TI;XA5 Dies Quits Pension Commmittee Washington Jan. 17. Martin Dies representing the Second Texas District in Congress to- day resigned his p sit ion as a mem iit (if the House Lommitte? a pacifying bhare of the pension "divvy." Some Democrats re- fuse to participate in this game while others take all they can get. When Mr. Dies attended the i. l iw rt:nfi ! first meeting of the committee on Tensions when he ascertained i . i g r i the c ei k handed him two pacK- that the Kepubhcan members of Congress as well as some of hi.-? ages of private pension hills one Democratic colleagues expected i to he put through and the other him to indor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

V 7 J. w. HAZO & COMPANY 10 Are lad of a chance to prove that they sell the best to ne found in the markets of the country both Dry Goods and Groceries. Their business is on the increase and they know itis caused by paying close attention to the demands of the trade. When in Lubbock make their store your headquarters 0 West Side Square Phone 150 Lubbock Texas DeS Health or Constituiional Rights St. Louis rust-Dispatch: A case will In argued and decided in the Illinois Supreme Court next month involving the consti- tutionality of the statute limiting the time of labor of women in factories laundries etc. to ten hours dail. The manufacturers contend that the law in void be- cause it deprives women of the ritfht of contract guaranteed to all citizens by the Constitu- tion. They artfue that a woman has a ru'ht to contract to la!r and to labor a many hours as she pleaseH and this rij.rht is in- violable. Th" women however thoughtless of their Constitution- al rights declare that over...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

Ltmkifo er Co Will Appreciate o Your Patronage owmae rpTTT? A T7 A T A VT O V-X 11 terrible hardship on the common JL. JLJL JLU -"3l. jnA-J .XT.1l. X- V I 1. J J-rf VI HL1KHEU KVEUY THLMthDAY ItV THE AVALANCHE PUBL.IS11INC ; INC'OWI-OKATKD CO To Texas for Investment laborer and its results are even That the comini viait f)f the now causing much distress. St Louis capitalistg ctmminK JAM KS L. IX) W JNO. F.Tl'KNElt KIITOH. associ a tk kdjtoi:. Entered at the Pobtoillce at LuWiock Tuias for tr.uisiiil.ssioi ihrouli the Mails as second class matter. Bairgeiins In tReaJ Estate Special One edbd W ill So ouse and five lots. heap. Part Trade. There can be no excuse for the the executive boar(ls of the Mer. n.gn prices that prevail at the canti!e Nati bank an( th( present Ume asjde from the fact Mercantii; Trust com)any js that the nation is money mad. un(.ue . BeVLm r.sre..ta an(j Timevyill come unless we have be ()f Rreiit 1trieit to TexaS( i J fl TTT Tfp i i Son ahaim back that a poor ma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

THE GREATEST PLEASURE IN THE WEST Is Auto riding. Especially if yta (are Wing to Brownfield. Brownfield is the coming town. The BROWNhlEUD AUTO ft SUPPLY CO. Will make it to your interest if you pbtroni; ejem. They have first class workmen and will repair cars in short order. Auto's leave Lubbocw every da. See Hill & Copeland. These cars connect with cars out of Brownfield south and west. Full informatipn gladly furnished by t r QUS PYRON Manager. Brownfield Texas 1 t ? 5 s j : U GOLD PLATED RING PREE With Each Order for Old Time Song Book at 10c. S2 dear old t u tit s wr- till line words and music complete fur piano or or'Bii for o cents America Annie Laurie AuM IMig Syne Utttle 11 tun l llu- Kcpublie Catch 1 1 u i j-. 1 1 i n- Columbia Oi'inui" 'riir' ti. I url inu Nellie (iniv I x L "'. Klajrof the Free' Hail CI' - Ilia ll'Ulif eet Hllllie. .1 il :t !l ! ' ! Kindly l-U'ht J. lily Kil.-. Iahih nu Mnl ''litiir Thro1 II gin Mhs-h's i"YTY ' M r';i My Jioi i. jpr Itu I. ' ' I Kcnt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

THce OrfeiriO-tors Of Priced Grooeries Do not bo deceived. Weil ugh examination before buying. Our goods are eill open for ! ction. Phone your wants to JU iW J fir GREENHILL BROTH ERS The Cash Grocers North Side Square Lubbock Texas 7 Conservation a Moral Issue Portland (Ore.) Telegram: Gifford Pinchot has awakened American conscience to the fact that conservation of National re- one of the most valuable Nation- al assets has been in process of destruction and that the process has been no widespread and so rapid as to theaten disastrous consequences in the not very remote future. While arousing the money changers from the temple but he does seek to pro- tect the temple from plutocratic See J. U. liWor bargains in chairs. ii'J Hp Freud barrel k loll liros. Phoi t lireeri- It pays to "'. 1 1 1 view Nursery Iwst. Plain- T.i It sources is a moral issue - ( econo- mically anl socially mora'. Throujrh ins earnest and able j the public conscience and direct. -administration of a i.ew Feder...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

r)DODoaoaoDcaonoDoaonoDoaoDODODpaonoDOQCc:oDonoaoaoDODODODonoaoaonoDoaoacaoncncnc3 O ) j THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK L. T. tester Pres. Jno. W. Baker Active Vlce-Prea. C. D. -ester Cash. E. C. Priest Ast. Cash. o V' r A OF LUBBOCK. TEXAS o : ff 1 1 Nature is abundantly bestowing Its blessings upon the Plains country and Its people are happy. We are pleased with our list and class of customers but there are many whom we have not had the pleasure of enlisting as customers that we would be delighted to have open an account with us Li 3 n o o livery accommodation consistent with perfect saiety will De granted me menus anu customers oi uns oanK. : : : q livery young man should begin to save money and we advise him to deposit witn U o S3 O a O TH FIRST NATIONAL o OF LUBBOCK TEXAS I LJononoaononononoDononoDonononoDonoDononoiJoaonoaononoDODODononononooononoDononono Ames SI Company Cotton Seed Coal iooe 11 rs of ducts. Grain Hay. Seed Oats Phone 319 Lubbock Texas f Oh you ifOiyi. See Honey &...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

. - : onoDODODooonononononoDooonoDononononono i noDocononoDononononoDODononooonononoi o o M THE T PHARMACY o a o o n o u o D Flrmerrv PAIace Pharmacy Thp New Comnanv are anxious to increase theii businqfes and are counting on fair and courteous treatment to help o Prescriptions carefully compounded by a registered driiggist. -Cigars and sundries. Remember the soda fountain g o u o 13 o South Side Square Phone 158 Lubbock Texas g onHHOnBeEOnonHHBBCfrHHnnH0B ( CRES THE PHARMACY 7 V-7 i. if Crosby County News. (Crcsbyton Heview) The people of Orosbytoo regret j very much that Miss .May "'mi who has been tCHcluiij: music in Crosbyton has seen til to rinse her school and leiue us. Mis May is an accomplished young lady and has made a host of friends here. She has so conducted here clas as to make for her many u life time friend. The o iny Ih1- ies and girls who have been pei- mitted to take music under her ii -structions have made gient pro- gress and it is too bud that .she has teen call...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

: GEO RGB ALBRfGH Is certainly doing the Business Us hay grain and cotton seed products. His store is on the . Railroad track cxnd alto has K WAGON YARD IN CONNECTION. Courieous and fair treatment to all. Thelradeis invited to visit him. Terms Strictly Cash Phone 318 : : : luddocr i exas j 4 . rw ft 1 T -Uejtb AJ LAWG fVTliivIly i r 4h Sell More Buy Less Judge Cato Sells spoke some fundamental truths in bis ad-! 1 . . . L. AAHn .....I'll lf ' tirens iu wie com Ki"i'" - Dallas Friday the heeding which will make real his optimis- tic prophesy that within twenty II lin a rliiminnlinir factor in the industrial commer-j"" cial and financial affairs of the world. As Judge Sells views it prosperity and the jiossession of wealth make a people independ- ent and powerful. In the yields of Texas farms he sees a source of gold production" capable of unlimited expansion. He ad- vised the fanners to increase and conserve their produc- tion. The yield per acre and the in- crease per farmer in Texa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 27 January 1910

By Miss Mildred Moqre Phone No. 7. Publish Kit's Notick Mitts Mildreds Moore has accepted a position a boeial editor of the Avalanche and all entertainments parties receftloim balls or Hoclal s will reported by Iter. You will confer n fnvor on the management of this paper if you will report such news Items to her that site may liable ton"t tip a kI '" of Items along this 1 1 i.e. J Mr. and Mrs. Le Tubbs de- lighted a few of the (young ikk- ple with an invitation to dine on last Sunday at theirf home four miles west of town. A fine din- ner and a dandy time were the results as reporteq by Misses Hattie Sanders Haltie Robinson Willye Wilson Majtie Lee Spruilj and Mildred Moore; Messrs John Young Emmctt Porter Davis Arthur Goolsby ind Hoy Shot- well. J Miss Ilattii Senders entertain- ed a few of her .friends on Tues- day evening with fruit candy ar.d 42. A mole delightful time was never kno-n. -Those present were: Misses llattie Lee Spruill Willve Wilson Mildred MtM.re Messrs John Youn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 3 February 1910

BOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1910 VOLUME X 'UJvintR 30 THE I UB LET HIE HMDS LUBBOCK l WAITING IN GLAU ANTICIPATION ADVENT OF ANOTHER KOAD OR TWO PEOPLE ARE To Come Up To The Demands Of The Hou" In The Premises. The Outlook Is Very Bright And The Lubbock of Tomorrow Will Fulfill All Hopes Much activity is lieinjr mani- fested aloritf the line of the Altus Lubbock and Koswcll anil the survey of the cut-otr has hern completed to Texici arid opera- tions are predicted tor the re ar t uture. The Alius road has hun". fire for some tunc past hut the indi- cations arc that I I Kennedy has at last secured the necessirv aid and will push the proposition to compi t ion. I.uhh'X'k I. reds ad the roads t ha? i an he md n- d t me and W It II trrr: rnei.t t r a- ape i .. v. 1 1 i ' t ' V v w l.i ! n .i I t- Ii . . i c rin-1: ' I I I II . . I I." .1. 1 s. t 'c . IU til- I t ..U f. here 1 1 i f v . f r -tit the sen li -. h I .ike 3 ' ) V 1 1 V It e. . I .n n (:.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 3 February 1910

"TP . . . . .. ! ! ANCE J WOOD 4 FIRE TORNADO LIFE LIVE STOCK. ACCIDENT FIDELITY CASUALTY LIABILITY AND JUDICIAL THAT'S ALL ( Room 8 Lubbock State UanU Building Lubbock Texas I S-U' R D T I I 1?: A VA A N C I I K l-l III. lsllKl K.NKUY Till ICllAV HV THIS AVALANCHE I'UJU-lSl I ISii CO. I.NCOIVI'OKATIOU JAM KS L. IOW. J NO. F. TURN Kit KDITOU. ASSOCIATE KlUTolt. Entered at the l'ostoitk-e at Lutilxn-k Texas. t"or t raiisinlsslmi tlirnuiMi the Malls a secern! claw matter. Une Year f 1.(hi SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) bis Months &0c Trees enhance the In-aut of architecture. (3) Trees create sentiment love of country state city and home. (4) Trees have an educational inflcnce upon citizens of all ages especially children. (5) Trees encourage outdoor life. (G) Trees purify the atmosphere. (7) Trees cool the air in summer and create warmth in winter. (M) Trees improve climate and con- serve soil moisture. (9)Trees fur- nish a resting place and shelter for birds. (10) Tree...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 3 February 1910

SUPPLY THE MISSING WORD 1 " "-' 111 1 - - ; To the Urs! fl t nersoh tomtlly t(pil ylml Ihe mhdti word which ufti hmm! by llm itj tltfr f wJII Mlvc i pHe lo the iv mount of 5l inch Tin lollmvltiK si ntetu own. v -Jtteit by n if rttl ttl w riter "Up The Two I r r rvt rilp4 l lu WESSON & HOLLAND .- linn Wlhtly" Fivt ooona west citizens hank .?. H. Khun of Post n' ln ic Monday. .1. V. Carter f Kmmu. was here Sunday. II. M. Johnson of Mart was a prospector in our city t his week. J. I. Suber of Cmfhyton was lu re t ho first of the lek (io to S C. il rinks. 'tor oiir cold .".') It V. 15. Uoliiiison of ImII:h was I W. A. Shippey of INwt t'il.v W. M. Kit 7v rali i of I'lainview was hero Monday. .Ino. 1'uckett made a business trip to Abenuithy Mom lay. Jo to . C. J'j(t for Kind's can be Alwi e!i :;o li a Imsiness visitor lu re Tuesday. P. KoRera of It. Worth was here on business Tuesday. S. C. Null yJls keeps the ta'st of eferjthiiijy :io M Claude Ilurrus of Abernathy spent Sunday with h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 3 February 1910

Notice. The Indies Uj iel.V of Itu Presbyterian Gn rci v 1 1 1 jiivo a tea at the resilience of Mrs S IV Robbins at the JJfir Wood hous tlie west part ortov''. Wednes !mv February '.. troth- ! p ni. Tie piiti h in C"r.luil. inxilt'i. K i ill - i C. LYichart of Flainview who has leen in New Mexico on a; prospecting trip passed through ; IullMck Wednesday n hisiv-; turn home. A. L. Ilidinjrsof Famna. passed j through Lubbock Wednesda:. en; route to Abernathv. ; At The Opera House This week inn;:i'r W. 1 io has witli liim mi the )iihium Theatre tin' l!iHiii'ra Much Co. We do not ItcMtHt.- in saving that thi- IS the Ix'st ( ) !('! t roup that has ever pun! 1 . 1 1 ) o H k m visit mid tiiey are showing each uinht to crowded !hhisi .1. W. (i raves who had tlie mis- fortune to let a tank fall on his f.K)l iihd has u-t'ii traveling around hmc I by a w il K ui cani' we are i.t sty is si. II mi il.e mi l"nv hue. V. A. Mt-lcalf of liallas was here Tuesday. 11. T. McCecnf Aniarillo pro- moter o...

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