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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 April 1910

CityPiumbing & Sheet Hetal Co. VYetal Ceiling Rlde Roll Cresting, Volley Tin and Hip Shingle. Full Line Carey's Roofing. 'The Best." All Kinds of Tin Work LUHHOCK, TI2XAS A share of your Patronage is Solicited. u Q .,VWHfc- W ' - juj fhSmm L H. SIMPSON I AM HERE TO STAY : And have the Drays and 1 cams to do the work. CAREFUL AND PROMPT-ATTEN- HON TO ALL BUSINESS THE DRAYMAN Exploitation and Conservation strength, to put an end to ex- The Survey; The policy of l''"'tation. And this democracy conservation is of mo,),. of ours is to put down exploita- growth. It d-M-s nut represent ti"n' not ''' Miting r punish prirnarily the struggle of t) n.g anybody - if that has to be exploited in their own d.-f.-i.s-. '!",;'' is ,,ri,V an'1 infil-nt - but Conservation is r j .t lrn ..fa by cn.-mgirig the laws and the desperate attempt to -aw a f-.v administration of the laws, by r.-riir.a'if- fn. vi th.-.i.v..., :;,.r. ( prevent iv the prosecution of is doubt fd if ..v .! ,.!,. i t - exploitin...

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. — 7 April 1910

THE (CRESCENT PHARMACY Pure drugs, Potent medicines, Toilet articles, Stationery, Artists materials, Cigars, Cold Drinks and Candies. : : Bulk Stock Sulpliur nnd Krcso-DIp Registered Druggist In Charge Phono 150 Lubbock, Texns South Side Square Looking Ahead In a West Texas town of less than 2,000 population it was re cently estimated that about 100 carloads of corn, oats and other Stock feed had been shipped in during the past winter, and many cars more to an ive before local crops relieve the situa tion. Looking to other states for so much grain ar.d flour and bacon is bound to keep any section hard are trying to solve it by selection and adoption of the grain and forage crops best suited to clim atic conditions and the average season as regards rainfall. The following suggestions regarding milo maize are from a writer in the Denver Post and seem to em body a large amount of practical good sense: The very strong indorsement given by the Colorado Agricul tural College to milo maize...

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. — 7 April 1910

I r LlHERE is great activity 5 On The Plains. (hisPyron I In the wing t Mc Mn l:stnl)ll"i'd AutoKoutes In Ihcry Olrectlon out of Hrowntkld. YOU CAN OUT A CAK OUT OP I.UIJHOCK TO IWOWM IliU) liVI-RY DAY f THE dHOWNFIELD AUTO & SUPPLY OILS I'YRON, Manager. Hrownticld, I cvas COMPANY: o a o n o a o O c o a o n o a o D O IS o a o n o a Character the Basis of Credit I have pictured in my n.hd a man without credit, a man who neither j.rives nor reo-ives credit from any one. I)i,l you ever stop to think w hat such condition of atfairs uo.dd . jn yolir jf.' You could not exist. Take a sim ple illustration: your breakfast must he prepared on credit. The cook credits you or trusts yu for her service for th- time sh k votes to Miakir.j.' rendy the morning meal. Y . i could of course, after a t;:shi.n. c(,,,k your own hreakfast, hut iriiaine tion that your life and mine depended on credit from the very ltetfinnintf. Thi.s being the case, it must follow, that to live in the truest sense of t...

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. — 7 April 1910

r nnnnnnnnnnnnQnonononononoaoaooonoaoaoaoa;oaoDonooooononononoPoaoPOPOPoooonononog I j "1 n j v'r Gr Bro P O o o o o o o a o o Still the "Originators of o o o o o GREENHILLBRO oaonoaononononoaoaoaonoaoPQ Relation of Advertiser and Press Fort Worth, Tex., March 30. The feature of thaAveekly lunch eon of the Fut Worth Ad Club today was tfie address of James KirklandTor thirty years a de partmytit store advertiser, who hador his topic "Department Store Dynamics." The speaker .during the course of his remarks ' paid a tribute to the press and jointed out the relationship be tween the advertiser and the press. "One can not live with out the other," he said, lie sta ted that $2, worth of goods had been sold in one day by Sanger Hros. of Dailas as the result of an ad placed by him in The News and an afternoon pa- m-r: one time. N ithout the ad. i not more than $2Mi worth of the goods would have been sold, he said. He quoted figures of mercan tile concerns which set aside from t to 7 per ce...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 April 1910

oaODODODODOaODODODODODOaonoaODODODODODODOPOa:ODODOnOQODODODODODOaODODODODODODDODO o a We Need Your Deposits, And Want Them Because the best way for you to do business is to deposit all your money and give your check for every transaction and we can then be of assis tance to you, in keeping up with your expenses, and prevent paying bills more than one time. No matter how small your account may be, we shall appreciate having it, and if you do not have heavy deposits, it is an additional reason for keeping it in a way that you will know where ev ery cent has gone, for every man that has (Juite a lot of money alway s deposits it in some bank, and why not you use the same good judgment o o o a O O o o o o o o L. T. Lester, Pres. Jno. W. Baker, Active Vice-I're. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK C. I). Lester, Cash. I;. C. Priest, Asst. Cash. o ODOOODODODODODODODODODODOClODODOQODODOao:aoaODODODODODOaoaOQOQODODOaODODODOnODODO cooocooooooooooooooooocooococoooooooooco "8 Ames & Company n y ( 1 " "...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 April 1910

THE HOOSIER SPECIAL Do you like to work In your kitchen? livery woman who owns a "Moosler Kitchen Cabinet" will answer "yes." The "Hoonlcr Kitchen Cabinet" taken away the drudgery part and leaven only a few hours of pleasant tasks that require brain and skill. 1 mi rtn A "HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET" FOR $27 It will mvc you mile of talking because everything you need is right before you. It is a handsome piece of oak furniture and will last a life time, l-et u. show you. REMEMBER ABOUT OUR HARDWARE WRIGHT & RERDUE riiTr -t" "XT' X VT P T I ' inK t0 bc Mme farming done!: 1 I"! Hi .A V AJj Al V X'i JIJ I here this ivUtel will openthe II he House that w I'lllLISIIKI) EVKHY THl'llf-DA V BY THE AVALANCIIK PUBLISHING CO INCOKl'OKATKU JAMES L. DOW, JNO. F. Tl'HNEU. EDITOR. ASSOCIATE EDITOR. Entered at the Postofflce at Lubljock, Texas, for trins-ntsslon through Hie Mails as second class matter. One Year 11.00 S V ILSCK 1 1TI O N K AT ES : (Strictly In Advance) SIX Month 50c LLE IDODODODODO...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 April 1910

'WWW WW W W WWW W W W W WWWW W W 8 8 O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o CLOTHING Our showing of New Spring Clothing will suit the taste of the. most fastidious It is our aim to sell reliable goods at reasonable prices and in order to get our Clothing Department intro duced to the men who wear Good Clothes we will offer Special Inducements. We want the Men and Boys to know we can supply their needs at a saving to them of 20 to 30 per cent on their New Spring Suit. Why pay the old long credit price when you can buy from a cash house where you do not have to pay part of some dead-beat's account? We sell for cash and sell it for less. We guarantee the price and quality of our goods. We want your trade and willl make the prices to get it. : : : : : 'WW () () () ) () () C) () () o o () () C) ) () ) () ) () ( CARTE Fi ILfl ri U h I II II III 111 1 fill to h ocooooocooocooooooocooooococococoooooooco coooooooco cocococococococococccoccc () V () www Canyon Clipping Slightly cooler since th...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 7 April 1910

A SPECIAL SALE OF LACES FOR MONDAY We have just received, by express a shipment of new laces for Spring in the narrow edges, insertions and bands, in an assort ment of desirable patterns for house dresses, underwear and child rens garments. Val, linen, and torchon laces that are worth re gularly 8 1-3 to 12 l-2c per yard. For Monday April 11th. only, we place these on sale at per yard 5c. EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN SILKS New silks in the most favored shades for the season, in a wide range of patterns, soft Messalines and fancy Taffetas, pnepd at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per yard. NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS AND ACCESSORIES Fancy allover laces and nets in a big assortment, white, cream and the favored shade?, priced at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and up to $3.50 yard. Hands to match allovers, priced at 25 to 85c per yard AMERICAN BEAUTY Stl 603 ftilimaioo Cortct Co., AUkcrt NEW CORSETS FOR SPRING American Beauty Corsets are correct in design, workmanship and style, making a garment that is not surpassed an...

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. — 14 April 1910

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE O S VOLUME X. LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1910 NUMBER 40 I NEED II ran L BRIGHT CROP PROSPECTS SOME PLACE SHOULD BE MAINTAINED FOR TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WHO HAVE NO FUNDS TO DEFRAY EXPENSES Church Notes W will be v'.ml to ri.aKf any nri iHiunremenU .f Church Service, Pro- ; grams, etc., in this, column free of! charge, hfT- ltd revenue IS receiveij from the services. Kititor. j The Ladies Aid Society of the E WITH THE SANITARIUM Men Who Have Been Here Many Years Say Prospects are Very Brght for Heavy Yield. i According to rejiorts corning : in from all over the country, ! there is a mighty bright prosfiect Iaptist Church will hold a ba , at this time 'or a fine yield of zaar and serve dinner and sup- . small wain. The acreage has l'r the 1th of July. Further I been very largely increased over particulars will he announced ' former years and the seasons later on. i have leen so very favorable to . ( , this particular kind of farm pro- j ! ...

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. — 14 April 1910

ononoooDoaoDODODoaonoDoaoDODODODonoDononiononononononoDODononononoaononoooDODODci o o Bro P Gp Sc o O o o o o o o o a o o o o Still the Originatorsof Low Priced Groceries" g Nothing but the Best goes with us. You know we handle the best in all lines of Groceries and we want you to re member about our Fresh Vegetables and Strawberries Tuesday and Saturday. Fresh Tomatoes too. Phone your wants to the House that will treat you right.Phone 230 o o a o GREENHILL BRO & PIKE o a aonoaoDoaoaononoaononononono I I I . --- M.m ABABA DEFENDS VACCINATION Ma- Ewing Advocates Compulsory Vaccination-.' Says it is Success ful ar.il' Reduces Death Rate Vtaj. C. 15. Kwing, U. S. A., re ared, who served Uncle Sam for 25 years as a sergeon and has ken around the world times enough to know from personal experience and observation, is " all het up" over the anti-vaccination crusade w hich broke out afresh in Washington recently. Maj. Kwing is a brother-in-law of Interstate Commerce Commis sioner Cockr...

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. — 14 April 1910

fPIERCE S. REALTY COMPANY FARMS, RANCHES AND CITY PROPERTY. SEE US BEFORE BUYING ROOMS 4 AND 5 MERCANTILE BLDG. LUBBOCK, TEXAS BRO FOURTEEN MEN ARE KILLED ed. will he identified, hut at! heavy, either in workmen or 1 least six of the hodiesare so had- j visitors, who' had heen around tigmeen nunarea round d last uibukuk-u uiumi i pwHsiuit?, m. Explodes Pre-maturely. Kills V luentin. j w. men who mtc j r ,1 mex A. fi Mr A nA M I ITMRFD mVIDAIMV I - " -v- ' W4 a i A ' S a rf l f & a 1 V Wl T 1 I mi 1 I All Workmen Nearby. as there is at present no means I physicians say all will likely re- Novice, Texas, April 10. Fourteen men were -instantly killed and another fatally injur ed by the premature explosion of a heavy charge of dynamite at a construction camp on the Texico extension of the Santa Fe rail road at 1 o'clock this after noon. Only three of the dead men have been identified owintf to the Death Of Mrs. Frank Lester News was received in the city this week of the death of Mrs...

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. — 14 April 1910

Here With The Screens 66 Any Style, Size, Price Murphy Lumber Company PMONIi 16V II Bartonsite April 10. -T. L. Vaughn was out from Lubbock Thursday. I. J. Good accompanied by lit tle Hoe Gainer spent Wednesday at the south camp of Yellow House ranch. Amnnir those, who Attended the Entered at the Postofflce at Lublxwk, Texan, for mnsmlssloii through the I stockmen's convention at Amar- m.a ( .1 ..I I ... i . S If T H El A VAL ANOflB 11 I.L1SIIEI) KVKHV THCUsDAV HV THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. INCOHl'OHATKU JAMES L. IX)W, J NO. F.TL'KNKK. EDITOR. ASSOCIATE KUITOH. One Year 91. w SUHSCKIITION IUTKS: (Strictly In Advance) illo this week were: Geo. M. Arnett. Will Murray and Joe su Moniiis W)c Parton. Miss Jemima Irvin who has Auvkktimm iUtich.-Locate 10 cents per line each Insertion. IXxplay- ad ; ,j(l(,n at s je ranch ,r tne vur u muin u i t fiiiT H4T mriL'ii column nun irr with, nyxini 'm year contract. Cards of thanks, resolutions, Obituaries, (other than j past two months returned ...

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. — 14 April 1910

THERE IS GREAT ACTIVITY On The Plains, (lus Pyron Is In the swing Me Mas listablished Auto Routes in Uvcry Direction out of Hrownficld. YOU CAN OliT A CAR OUT OP LUMSOCK TO ISROWNTIKLI) UVIiRY DAY THE BROWNFIELD AUTO & SUPPLY S (1US PYRON, Manager. ISrownficId, Texas COMPANY: I I Z n Our South Neighbor The editor of this ).iper paid the city to the south, Tahoka a business visit last week, and found the jteople of that place very enthusiastic as to the fu ture of their town. A great deal of work is being done in the way of town improvements, and which will add greatly to the looka of the town and the value of the property as well. Quite a numlier of real estate deals have been made recently at satisfactory prices, and every- Prospectors From Hillsboro J. H. Wilson, Tom Iiragg and J. W. Martin, were among the prominent visitors to our town this week. This party of pros pectors were from Hillsboro, and have a iarge circle of former Hiilshoro people in this town, who speak of them ...

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. — 14 April 1910

AD AND REMEM R R Jack Alley's Advertisement. My Motto: Today is short, yesterday is gone, tomorrow may never come. If you want to buy anything, buy it now. Below you will find a few straws showing you how the wind blows. My time is too valuaole to always be waiting on the laggards. First come will be the ones who will make the dough. Come early and avoid the rush at the door. : : - THE OPPORTUNITY IS HERE The Santa Fe Railroad began laying steel Monday April the fourth HMO on that stretch of road running from the'lYxico Cut-Off to the town of Taboka in Lynn (Considered by Competent Judge the Hest All Hound County o.. the Plains.) Although thin county in only six years old it has the largest population consisting of actual settlers and bona tide land owners; that is people who own and ljve on their own lauds from a house and lot in town up to two or three sections of land of any county on the I'lains. The people who buy and sell their products in their own home town. The people who b...

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. — 14 April 1910

City Plumbing & Sheet fletal Co. r metal Ceiling, Ridge Roll Cresting, Valley Tin and Hip Shingle. Full Line Carey's Roofing. "The Best." All Kinds of Tin Work LUUUOCK, TEXAS A BIG FOGERY GAME Uses Other People's Names With--ut Authority and Leaves the Country $40,000 Obtained A series of complaints filed with the county attorney's office Tuesday morning charge II. W. Montgomery, a well known local real estate man, with forgery of a series of notes held by six local banks aggregation more than hearing the forged signatures of C. M. Montgomery and givingas security a piece of lam supposed to be located near Abilene. First National Rank, one note for $1, 7(H), learing the names of J. C. and R. C. Montgomery, brothers of K. V. Montgomery and the forged indorsement of' his father C. M. Montgomery, ; and giving as collateral security ; :!mi head of cattle which did not' exist. I Western National Hank, one1 CATTLEMEN'S CONVENTION .ast Thursday Wound up the Meeting at Amarillo Dalhart ...

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. — 14 April 1910

TEflE CRESCENT PHARMACY Pure drugs, Patent medicines, Toilet articles, Stationery, Artists materials, Cigars, Cold Drinks and Candies. : : Bulk Stock Sulphur nnd Krcso DIp Registered Druggist In Charge 1 1 iy VAest Broadway Phone I5Q Lubbock, Tcxns I! ANOTHER FINE RAIN FALLS Lubbock County is Blessed by Another Fine Rain and Every thing is Looking Tip-Top That the Lubbock country is being very generously dealt with by the rain maker is beyond doubt, and that this country is in full bloom is another fact j working ever since last fall, and I the farmers, we believe have : taken due advantage of the (season and have prepared the land this year as it probably never was be fore, and for this reason, if no other there will likely be the heaviest crop of all kinds of field products gathered that the historv of the plains has ever related. This is one of the grandest have stood back for those many years, with their minds undecid ' ed as to whether or not this was ! a farming country. It wi...

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. — 14 April 1910

MR 0 PUSS I ON AL J.N. Stoop, M.D. (I.s M in ihv, M.lt. I) US. STOOPS A MUUP1IV PltVSICIANs AND Si' ltd V INN Special al tent Inn in Siirti'i v Kll'l (llsi'llsc nf Mdrili'tl. Phem-v Ites. Inn on. I i;t l . cm,;,. 'Jul I'pstalrs In Mercantile MulMin Lllilu (K, 'HAAS DK. 11. .1. II ALL Physician ami Sii'uhin OHIee at Star Dnitf St (ire Phones-Office. If."; residence HI Lubbock, Texan Dr. C. M. HALLINUKU I)kntit Offlce In I r 1 lav Old Stand Telephone So. li Lubbock, Texae J. J. Dillard K. ,J. Dillard DILLAHI) fc DILLAKD j Lawymh Lubbock. Texas HI-AX A: KLLTT Lawyers. Lubbock, Texan Your Uva! huMncss and notarial work reapectf ui'y ao.lcii?d. TAYLOR MOUNT ARCHITECTS AND BUILD INQ ENQINEE09 ('rstnlr In Mprnmllle Itull'lliiK Plume iid BROOM CORN CULtlM A Pew Hints of thn Raising and Handling of a Crop Adapt ed to this Climate s;:r;::7h ;:: i:?c)ur cylinder "rho.io" JNO. U. M.HKK A i iohnky-ai-La w Lubbock, Ti'xnn Ollice in Court Mouse find Ko on, till Hip fiifi h filled. If placid n)nir ...

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. — 14 April 1910

tiMMMHNI .1 W n 55 H A 7. O rt;) f.UMP ANY I 1 1 t .1 t i'iititl'i ii v.ani i mikmI iif I n i ll Snt Iiid OilVi litu fur I tu I uhliiu U I Vitnlo mil xiUn In lliclr Itiow iilu-ttl li t .iblMinun t I f- 1111 II VI'I1I'I1 I V .i""! ilium . , (. . . . n .. . - - - . - - . ...... - - - Pivsh Lino Of Groceries in Both Stores A Cm ill. -i I Imitation i l:tciitcil to t ho Tnulo West Mile Square Phono 150 Lubbock, Texas Broom Corn Culture (Continued IViim page duced. Some manufacturers generally produce it tun t dwarf have expressed the belief tliat it hnom corn. f-raMonuantitvnf brush should i W(n1''' Wt" ,,,r vsct'y producer Tlio average value of .Iwarf have no difficulty in finding a ,'" attach his brand -or name anil and standard broom corn isaUiut manufacturer w ho will agree to I address to each bale that leaves ' the same, hut when short and t i:y each year all of the brush of : njs farm. fine, and suitable for fine small a given grade that can be pro- Facial sJy LOSES MONEY I IVX wh...

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. — 14 April 1910

Our Spring Slock ishnvmul v want a sliaiv of your patro nw. II is no trouble lor us to sbovoo(sor lo assist you in se lection ofdcsiunssiiitaljlotoyour particular moms. Wo have bad liO years experience in tbe Deco rating business and oll'er you our service five in tbe selection of your designs and color schemes. 20000 ROUS 20000 ROLLS Vu an Sign Painters, Deco rators, Paper Hangers, In terior Wood Finishers, House Painters and solicit an oppor tunity to figure your work. We make a specialty of fine interior finishing, decorating and frescoe work. WESTERN GLASS & PAPER COMPANY ONI; IJLOCK VI;ST OI: POST ON:ICI: WA ll. ('. Hums went to I'lainview Monday on business. Sam ('. Arnett of the Spade ranch in Terry county was in the city this week. Hon H. lowers came up from Tahoka Saturday and s;ent Sun day with his family here. Mrs. Carl RoUrds visited at Hale Center the first of this week. It. O. McWhorter and wife 8jK-nt the first of the week visit ing friends at Hale Center. K. S. S...

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. — 14 April 1910

Palace Barber Shop Sam T. DmvIm, Prop. N III tin tiii.., M Hmr t lit, or unittie, . .'ihc Kliil (In wmti nl rvctjr kiihl In my line, 1 1 if iittit t.'iun An l fue lot Inn Hot Of I'olil (wills JilKl livaliM Mlllll .pi.1ti U'ltlll U v, T.. C. I!, l.nruti niul I, William loft Saturday fur Amniilln. IIIIIIMIIIIIMf IMIKIMi r II llllll II MIIMIilllIM 5 ...IAllillL. I1AUI1IIU IIOI... S I LUBBOCK, All kiwis jf "plumbing fixture. Work dotm promptly and All Work (Juarauteed. Ollke at J no. V. iWarlV Tin shop. Phone KM I TEXAS I'lvd H.xTh f iM til Sun.luv in NOtlCt Amniillo. 1. .1 M-i:. r " i . I i I i m n.inua. mriMinK im oUM animipr, 5 "HM M.IMK I M 1 IINM MlU. til I . and Dirocton oftl.. Quan.h, S JOHNSONS hAUIS, PmprloloiM S , ,, ,. ... . L, , , rmc flu i acme M.iiiay Lo. m vii wiUHi,imi im.!.,.. !., m Ti i?u ; ' V " JiMMimiiiiniM..,.,,, ..mm,.,..........; luliaon n business trip. ni-,. i. i.i-,..iV k,.u nut h,.. An luml Murk Imlili-r ftiiTtiin; of Oie gum, ' I' fell I'it'l'CO Wl'tlt to 1'...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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