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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

y;,— -v.. ; ' t.■. - •: - *':•' • . i .... - - Newspaper isis c . . .^ V,'.....r.' ; ' : ■ ' : ; ' * • ' • ' , -- - -■ v -. * '* , " ■ ... '• ^iiii' •'At 1-wl. Jj I «■ m 1 - . Stewart'Cponley-. Visits Crosbyton -He is Secretary and Treasurer oif the. C#; Live Stoi / Go.-Well Pleased Crosbyton is glad to have with at * i fiio w :ek Mr. J. S. Coonley and havehim express himself so well pleasedwith the town and the manner in which the 'people are building and getting along i in general. In conversation . with a Review man Mr.. Coonley says: "I am perfectly delighted to see Crosbyfon getting along so hicely, and at every visit; to your city I see on all sides "sub- stantial developments, it -is--a pleasure to visit the people of Crosby County and we feel that we have many good f riends here who are glad to co-operate -with our company fh doing what ever •is good for the people of Crosby County and Crosbyton in partic- ular. We who are not on the can hardly realize _ how ligg are done* s...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

ins s i ■ - - ■*-*- „■ s—r*i r - " ■ ~- ' : '■ . -. .■:',r.f- • •' -' ' '■ i_v ■ _ : •-■■■■ : : -- _ BP"*1'11 'i'y1'"'1'1 mm SI^P? ♦ IS \1 I I wmmm ifll I | ■mi !smt -^eln.'^i^u.-yoijf^;diy-goods andgroceries at close prices an£ at.the same e guarantee to give you satisfaction. I have a new Hue of goods to go into my shelves,this the Jbest markets arrdnow iask you to c^ll arid examine the goods a^ get prices your purchases.. Everything in my store is new, clean and up-to-date and you s worth wiie^ you go to SnellV Our desire is give satisfaction artd courteous R. M. SNELL," Crosbyton^ £exas yeaTs oetore me weage or reason - ,a '■*■••. ?THPLfiCE OF OSTEOPATHY reached my brain," says he. f) "It took ONCE THE HOOSIER CAPITOL me 50 years or. more. to work out my -"" __——— >r, Still, the Founderi of the Sctroof raiiiS": Mo. • «• ' (rksville, Mo,—-If a visitor in Kirka- *«twW©reto-takea-waJk:to-tlie-south- .arest part of tfre*tbwn some bright aft- ernoon he would likely see an old man ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

" -m ■ * - '11W1 f'll ' \ *?> 14 J ' ■ ■/'V- ; ■ m . . «■ , f • SMMmm ^ .-::: L ■ ' Discovered That Former Stew- ard on American! Vessels Is Officer in Mikado': Cut-off Reaches Lubbock City T7^°>v istance From -t,me Plains Country to Fort Worth r-. nt us the ill 4 Morse power. furnishes - power ■ for- the~ Grosbyton Machine and • Black-" ■ismithrShop- " . It pulls the great <|> trip hammer, the power drill, the •<i> great . "turning lathe, Jthe emory 4> wheels, the disc sharpening rna° # —- : , " ^ qhine and also pulls the fan for |j the smiths. - If its:"" " machine or X jMkctemlth "wbrk. .you want -re- s' member.- y"\c " <4, ine S Blacksmith Shop ' Lubbock, May 1st.-The Cole- man-Lubbock cut-off of the Santa Fe was completed here yester- day and the trains can now . run from Sweetwater and. Coleman to Lubbock, giving this city a" muchr.shorter rouite to Ft. Worth than: heretofore. 0-."1 % , The cut-oif is about 150 miles long and when tho Texico gapjs close...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

> nu„ . ^!^ss^mm:imm-' >m:- si --- •■—,,.,, - -*« ' I ..... U-,*Wg ..,.i pHv^v£ 7rxion m«* * ^psi IV^:-- {not iftq FRANK.E. WHT1 aa^i —~"Mh ' 118/9, 1181? '<r/,. *I/\A/\/xa/V Proposed Amendment 'nm^ Tothe SJtate Constitution Prohibiting the Manufacture, Sale, BartefaridEx- of CROSBYTO^, '#%{•'/?* • ■ ,z: TEXAS, $; Second Class Matter Jan. *., ADVERTISING RATES ' e display ad, $15.00 per week. Mi display ad $8.00 per week, our page display ad, $5.00 per we^k ,s than one fourfhpage 20c per inch incertioh.J^t^als and-reader? 10c each^ertion. splay advertising- on the first ^age. hen tiine iSejiotTspecified alLad-vertis- raatter will be run until ordered and charged for accordingly'. !■ mm NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.. - Any erronpus reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or -corporation which may" appear "In thecolumns of'the Review will be glady corrected Upon being brought to the attention of-the - publisher. ; Four Issues One Month. 53896 r'i'A &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

-.-.v.:. vV. .!■ ■■ . V ?** - SBSBT^lEBSSS *5^514'%? U ' • •«• ■ : ; '■_ V :«i2 p pi ;• . jtV-a*x!S-t-yr. ■■ ■: U^jST* IS® 'J ■■ ...V-' Juliarai M. Bassett, Manager- •.,.' . 44. P. 0., Address, . .jprosbytoni Crosby Col-,' .TEXAS 6R£EDERS DEALERS IN -HIGH GiMIE RANGE .CATTLE OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS Northern Office 1101 McGormick Building .... CHICAGO, ' I L'X :I NO IS * -M,. im Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon Altitude 2800 to 3000 feet. J . * Annual rainfall over 22.6 inches mostly in the spring and, summer- Adapted to JjJtock Farming, Corn, Wheat,' Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, Cotton. . Cotton yields one-half to three.-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. rM& CROSBYfeODHTYIRAKOT A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation in Crosbyton Hogs thrive and are free from "disease. i / \ This range includes the Silver falls in ^hite River, fed by never failing" springs. Thirteen million gallons of water flow over these falls every day. Over five...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

, r 1 , ?'{/.. ..-"TV, ttlSitlf 11 'jlV' " ji'iipim—:— ® -V; ■ " VI: V:A ' ... ; ' •• d I - •- J : : •„ V- •" - v.." ■' "* • '■ ,■ •- t« '•"< - ** '**. ' • ' '■ ' ' ■ . - ■ ■ ... ' - " ■ , , , .. ttage ;amp Spent Hi: - uy'rood Days,. — {Democratic Leader Qhose HumbtoPfoneer Sirthplace a Mi'' Cahln " m* H.ib ftmong the V' matter of cy,, Abra- •prepara ;:]UITU few mhrL ,L ■' " .1 "O <irj.a log cabin, he did- tae best he rid 'uncu-i the circumstances and early life," enjoyed t tlio Hon Chan ol' Missouri did --sot . - , ' 'Ik < 01 - ... bigs, -and was constructor! of rough rds. It was the characteristic .,>><• iHo period. - There three rooms; the bedroom, the' room and rhe kitchen and din- room combined. At the" tinio .of Clark's birth there' were no railroads- in this ■ section-, of liry, ;u;u 1 ho farmers rode on. scback to "the nearest "grocery <1 postofficQ for tlieir supplies ■ ' :!!- mail- : V .\ " k mcs Beauchamp Clafk, tiga. of ipton - n> i > iiu r if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

11® -,/T \ V W'?" i&s'/-y< }'\ „'y' '■ r: " UvV^T'' :,;• fi .i'f . MM* . • - , i. * ' ■ mm ■& ::a• ^ " ■ '■ ■ ' ' iv't —■' >- ; H s lS f II?® 1$/ -« f < \ ^ \ 1 t „K WmSm. ;>ii " f— ' : ' > V1' S • >^CTrafflH®ra« WSm&0Sk - ,.% ' > t ; iJ•-"tor ; TtUMk* . ; ■ \, . Auditorium, a* . : " - Admission 10 W- n c . ■ | ■ TV-! &r - iv- • •••-. t -"ij .• 1 ! EajtgBoaaaqnawBi PALACE If you want nice fresh meat*, fresh country Lara, :'Butter and eggs, you will have to get them of its. * We have the best equipment, and guarantee to please all our Customers. II 'e want to make ovr 'business many times as large as at. present and want to serve the people'of Crosbyton and Crosby County. PALACE MARKET . Crosby terra -Texas. **?*■& k , rr>"- i •+ ;■ Wmx ■ : %\V ' ' X gKRH e^MSsgm I-/-ST iv r - *ha^ a;- Regis|eN. P'erchon". Horse and - .a Registered Black Spanish Jack. >• • They will hiaketfte.season on.- the Sanders-famfi two and one- -V-:..'^^;Season to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 May 1911

m ' ' " • ■ - ' ' ■ - ■ ^ 1 . ■ ■ - : S :: " ■ - , -t: ' ' ;:>•■; •• . . •■ • • • .•■.•• - Mlllp liliSS ■•■smmmmmmrnmrnammmiatmammmmmmmmBmammmmaum __ _. r |g - - - mrm s-Mimv 1 ' ' _ T T? ■" ■ 111111®!:. Mi 1 .. 1 > ■ ./■'.'•• ! \ *V * < ' , J 'J ' : ■:■;■ ;; ',...; ;v'- • ' r . -■■•:• ' .' '■ "!"•- ,i."t.ui",.., ^V-|... ;1jjv£ advertise stock of gbocjs We strive to«|«| | ; showcase or I * >ring goods i i mi i 1 iiMSIiilslI hsM m^W. ===== imm ' ■ ■ .; v— ■$.. • ' ". -'• : :' "' - ' i - , * i - ■ HOUSEHOLPj JFARM, RANCH AND TRAIL. ,.P . . . ■'."~-.r- :|§|fi v ; v-.. ■ w:;,..-:; • ""'V- ' * do you think about it? For what reason do we advertise? . all times our stock is kept in good shape, so-that anybody can select what they want from' the shelves, -ything in dry goods, groceries, shelf and heavy hardware* and almost anything else you 'may want. Our 1 we have an. up-to-date lin&'Of ladies and gent's slippers and jshoes. Call and see them, you are Welcome. r : girl hap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

■ ■& "&*i 4'"r&&v . i . ...... .. *..', ...«•. J ISilft _>,. M> '..., ,*.M f wwm .;■; , «>yy ■mi IPS v,y..:: - / i VOL 3. Prof. J. K. Burk ■ and. Mrs. Burk Wjp have~ charge of thie Cros- ■ byton High gSchoo! next - term-Crosbyton winner.. v • The Trustee? of the Crosbyton High School has "done their con- , stituents proud by selecting, and securing Prof. Burk, Mrs. Burk, Miss. Goldie Wickham and Miss Annie Tensley. These are among the most Popular if not the very most Popular educators in the Pandhandle, and the com- h N8wspaper F.qr.*AiB .Hie,,PeegsSe Hf He'Great' So.mth Pkilns„ 0f Texsis QROSBVTON, CROSBY €0yNtY,fl(A$, THURSDAY, MAY 2^4911 L ,lk| m$mm§ v the State which had railroads' embraced in the Costroller's com- pliatio® has since been increased, .with a corresponding ^ decrease, of "countiea-w itheut^ifailroadsr A belief is generay that when the next compilation comes from the Controler mere will be less than thirty7five counties in Texa- ; without,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

wmm I: • *•1 : you mi rive you satisfaction. 1 have a. new line of goods to go into my shelves this - t markets and now I ask you to call .and examine the goods,and get, prices in my store is new, clean and up-to-date and you Ourdesire isgjye satisfaction and courteous ffell.^^SNELJ., Crosbyton,TTexas ouri Decides Question na Fide Clubs can Dispense d : to Members and Not, Violate the. Law - Austin, May 18. The Supreme urt yesterday upheld the bona ■fide social clubs of Texas in that .4 "I* fllifliV this case to the provisions of our statute that possessionrof an internal revenue license is prima facia proof that such person "" chose to have this question de- termined before filing wholesale "proceedings against 500 or 600 i such, clubs, involving endless engaged in the retail liquor busi-j labor and enormous expense to riess; that is but a rule of evi- the state. Every possible qijies- dence and has only the effect to tion was raised by the state and make a prima facia case which t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

' • f: **-.. •*•«*>« /vv^MT- K sRa8ww- ■■■ir i ■m p^pg gli ii|ll f|§ . ,-''"■■-w.>, ■ J ■' ' - ' ' ., - - - 1 *..«■• ■ ■ '. , ' !_ : V / ; «r 11 mi. inn in . . . . . ,. ? ; |'^r^ Julian M. Bassett, Manager P. 0. Adldreas, „.Grosbyton, Crosby Co., TEXAS "" I've BREEDERS AND DEALERS IN HIGH 66MI RANGE CATTLE > ' - • '' ' OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS ^ • ,• - ■ - . ■ - ' -:-y Northern Office . 1101 Mc6ormick Building CHICAGO, ijtX-I N <0> I S Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon Altitude 28GQ to 3000 feet. • Annual rainfall over 22.6Jnches mostly-in the spring and summer. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, "''Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, Cotton. " Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. A first-clasS Cotton Gin is in operation in Crosby ton 'tP&oTa&oavT^ L'K; atfau otiSBt crosb vr coumr/ sanot wyyrv, §©„§©§ ACRES Hogs thrive and are free from disease. , This range includes the: iSilver falls in Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

.., . *-*■ , , •\".V- • mm §#i«i v*"4 ISSIhI ' — ■•■ ■ • :.- • ^ ., m ^:K •„ - ,\ j ISlllil 'y-s-i1 ■> w The Crqsbyton R >■ Published Every [NOT INQOwl mmK E. WHITE, Editor and Prop. tfon $1.00 per Year ingle Copy 5c. as Second Class Matter Jan, at the Post Office at Crosby- is, under the act of March 3 fe';.; Bil BMBM ADVERTISING BATES ' sun pago^displajr adt $15.00 per week, i w ( ; oc v'. hour page display ad, $5.00 per week ■ 3 20c per inch '! readers 10c If.u ,\ca. > , - c cordingly. ._ ; vv ' M{ pocL a ■) ouo reflection upon ®£«|&lracte*y Miggif fes§S the standing. or reputation: of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the ..-ill be■ glady corrected upon being brought to the attention of^tfee^^ ^ 0f Jjfe. Ssher. Ml Four issues One Mouth. m Cities ^and plutocracy an^ And the fact that the greater portion of Texas is still in the Stage of initial development may wellgive^.advocates-..of those principles upon1 which ^his re pubic was fou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

_ i i; ; /", i •, ■;>:.;. y__Tr__', -. j;— .,"i ' ' ■"*' ■ ■ .-■ -■ >' '-■. -N ■ MEYERS 'HOTEL. "* Now Open for All. American Plan. Modern in Every Res- • pect. Rates: . $1.50 per day. Meal s 35c. Special rates by week or month. Attorney General Practice. A. D, Myers, . Prop, Crosbyton, Texas. Crosbyton, To The ■ People -of- Crosby County' and Vicinity DR. R. P Pyhsician dnd ! Crosbyton, - T BARBER SHOP W. E. CRANFORD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW General Practice Land matters a specialty 0 Crosbyton, Texas Hugh'Metcalfe A.ttornet-at-Lawv Notary in office Crosbyton, Texas 0-desireto-state that, II havevopened si lumber yard-in -Crosbyton and have commenced unloading .material. lit Is 'thy-intention to carry a complete iine off everyflBIhg.and a select stock bought off the best- mills .,in the • IbosSsness. 1 solicit an opportunity to figure' your estimates and hope to merit a share off will assuredly Located in the Carmack Building north of Bank. I want your patronage and guarantee satisfac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 May 1911

\\w. H " n|Miil' DEALER ^-EVERYTHING FOR THE HOUSEHOLD, FARM.-RA^CH AN D TRAIL. you see our ad, each week whatdo you think about -rtft-jjW "what reason do we advertise? R^m p.r, V ■ : HSi tiever ^een a Crosbytoh jReview issued thai the Crosbyton SuppIy Store did not have an advertisement lira. WE ARE GLAD OF IT. We advertise because we want t& Iceefr in touch with the good people of Crosby and adjoining" counties; that they may • know, -about the up-to-date. •• ™- stock of goods we keep on hand, that they may know where to go to get the best values. Our efforts to "please the people' h^s been very satisfactory. . I every customer arid at all'times our stock is kept in good shape,, so- that anybody can select what they want from' the shelves, I £ We han€l#verything ill dry g:oo4s, groceries, shelf and heavy hardware, and almost anything else you may want. Our ^ Spring goods are here and we have an up-to-date line of ladies and gent's slippers and shoes. . Call and see them, you a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

i r personal representative, insuring the handlingjof popular demon- strations a leader of the new regime. " llf; Personally, Dominguez com- mands, ohfya small b^.dy of local to malre no move - Whatsoever without his approval. SenOr Dominguez said he could " g 5000-organized rebel troops the city within three hours, [■heir bagsrage and horses are iboard; trains, furbished by the lOvernment, at Cuernavaca, iand.Tiainepantla. tt at. their present ■ :■■■-* O * / '• f ^J'r, i VKiP •: ij |fe 1 — . ™ . — -x ®®I 8SS V';' pe o ff l*e vVA:: " s|ap^r^FfPA II T Si e G re a t S q Trt h*t I a iris T ex" a s :~"-7 s® VOL.' 3. CROSBYTO^, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June 1, 1911. NO; 22 --■== V-'; V ■ ■ ' • ■Mexico Applauding Cap Ellison H Bums Last Saturday Retirement of mmi At Twelve O'clock—Nothing Saved, except what. The Family Were Wearing./! . ■,! mm IS AWI mm pM V - ■: ■ '-y //csv. B : ■v :—V '; • ■ • . r' * J' *. .. r /. , - 7fy //« . ; :¥ 8 i mmm 1' mo Foun imate* m the-i^rs^-Tifne ■ i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

W ' ■ ■ I . '„ . HHBIIi - ~-'V'-1-•-""- '/ ■ •" - mm ; - . V ;,?V ' *v;T "' T \.. . .*■ V'..:}i ■■'. wml ' i m - ' *mM £mM •. '. ' : -feS -v ■....,v.~.' :.y ~—!—8——J §34$ Mg| Jfsasg, ■ toted Sun g V , ' i " London, May 13. - Capti j pon:. > taguo, Perker, who headed the party "of English .explorers' said to have removed sacred^ relics Hi '■■isinou.ti'.Jr:, bPR 81 r Jebusite bodies ever excavated in ' 1 . • , H ■..< 1 it is ■ be- U6EL1U 'Vliss Holman the Florence Night- ; . ingale oWhe South. eved were plaeed there probgb!j4 ^ «*«•>£• ' ■"!Udre<"' iore the thwof 'Christ J,- "There is pottery uij <i to, rhow ins the equal io that of, the "Israelites two thous- >Aii Jc t-H\ • _■ in-spite of the up which mignt be, suppo- ' ;crue from carrying such a name around, were about the at the Jews had h When they were con- g Palestine, after their Ly ycr.rs' camping trip in the "'•wilderness. These, -Jebusites lived ii md around the ancient d > oi Jerusalem and they were nev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

'• « wvt.wik .s-i ,% v *■ y, «>,. ■«% •?. " '." "-: ' ■• - . '•? ■ i .'^ ' '■ ' ;,C ' ■- '■"• :V' • ' -., •' • -■• 2^- : v v-.^:Xr ..,-\: —- • V- ■ ; :.' . ■ .. :, ■ V :". :-"•-.. : < ^ v, - - ,. -.: HI gs>, w When it comes to a show down what qan you fcrove ? pbEvery man is' a trusty buster until he becomes able to buy : setae stock. . §|f .Falling in love is an affliction with.some .people and a habit with others. If you weren't allowed to talk, you probably could think of a good -deal to say. While you mav not be a "pro- fessional" man your work' is just as important. X" Like everything else however, .the Square Deal isn't always en- tirely satisfactory. Some men never get anything ;ahead because they have lots of kin on both sides of them. ; Most other warnings have (/i little more effect than the one •not to drink too much ice water; It is a skeptic's theory .that the man who is tried and true, haan't )been tried long enough. 4 ~ There is something wrong with the man w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

—1 SB i erosbytail ^ ' . P^ffified-Evsra '' "hie WHMM , {NOt 'E^ANK E. •■<■' *u - *• i.r>. ■-'' " ■ - m w*m* - • - •-*#« ■ - - -v mm*******-- ••: ':-WV- rtih .Mfcn. •'-*.--<r ■ fos \ a sciences and iterature. • , . . „ One of the great works for IexiepbyDiaz was the reform of the currency, which,; , was,^bas- ed oh the gold ^anda^ 1903. WTQ'K' f\V> TW T. A «ODt . ., •' , r "' ' ' ■ • • - . . -v-.;' '-'J •'. -fc ', -> ' ■ • position I 0 - •W - >' .i h imuii ■ ad Class Matter Jan. she Post Office at Crpsby- ,, unfler the act of March 3 (JgpP&H 7" m&m ■ SRtiSIN^RATES age display M, $15,00"pgr week, , page display ad • $8.0.0;.-per wee^' • page display ad, $5.00 per week a, taarr 'one fourth page 20c per inch icertipn: Locals^nd readers 10c line each insertion. display advertising on the first page, time is' itot specified all advertis- latter will h.e ran until ordered id chEKg^a for accordingly. All ^urch and lodge directories will s charged for at the rate o...

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