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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 April 1913

J Jf 4 i 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 •! D^n't send out of town for your Sta^onei^—^..3 when we are so well equipped toifto it for you j| We need the business and evei^. dollar that3 we spend we spend at home with you, and your friends, ai|S| - We in turn will appreciate your business. . ^-^TTA - • ' J ■—■ WE GUARANTEE every piece of printing we turn out to be as nice mechanically as any you can buy,v we guars ' - to use as good stock as you can buy, we save you time in your orders, we call for copy and deliver the Gc We meet all competition. Give us your next Job. Tell the Traveling Printer what we tell the Mail Order Man and\ ■' will be satisfied. fGive us your support so we may be able to,boost your business and your town., 7 " v OUR MOTTO: NEATNESS, PROMPTNESS and SATISFACTORY SERVICE Crosbyton, TexAs. Yours very truly, THE WHITE P^TING COMPANY. Do It Now .Send for our catalogue. Our H SEEDS have been tested and proven. Garden, field and flower SEEDS, especially adapted to the Panhandle and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 April 1913

> ■ fa? 1MK_—1 ^4 My® r'-1 yif 111 'llSSiiSS ne puoiic, sqi m nes left ' jr Cedric a 'e County where h< *a the interest " ire Bronze Turkey ej " a a setting, $2.00. Tui 'le per pound. Your ordei -re proiript attention. - /3®*^ Mrs. T. H. Ballo? - Crosbyton, Texas; WILL INTEREST .MOTHERS. •ray's Sweet Powders for Children, a eething Disorders, move and fegulate and Destroy Worms. They break- up hours. They are so pleasant to the ■en like them, Over 10,000 testinion- by Mothers for 22 years. THEY \IL. Sold by all Druggist, 25c. Sam- FREE. Address, Allen S.. Olmsted, Y. No. i. F RAILROAD BUILI> 3 DISCUSS STOCK - ND BOND LAW, r s Independent Construction—Texai e Requiring Roads to be Built ifore Bonds are Issued. A ,I n, Texas.—The praetica the Texas Stock and Bone n railroad construction -"$ji is of course best understooo .ose engaged in railroad con tion than perhaps any othei a of people. The Texas Welfare m mission invited the opinion ol ie leading railroad men of the cotin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 April 1913

fcgggg ■HI V ?. , r"J * -< t ■ nH i f, ^ 1 HV pg p$M§|Is p|', ill (,''-\4V;i' I,;. r?"il j, „s. Plains P 8 0 p 6 re at South Newspaper Texas CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, APRiL 17, 1913 VOL 5. General Director j Seven Crosby Co. Experimental Farms Farmers In Contest Of The State of Jexas Visits,, which .|)e Njce um , Crosby ton and is Well 1' eased With Our Condition $1.0,QQO Will Be Given to Texas Farmers Hon, B. Youngblood „ of the State Experimental faming in- terest' arrived in Crosbyton yes- terday evening and was met- by a committee of the ."Commercial Blanco and K. J. Clutt of Cry'- ^.ujftd Entertain- Mount , Blunt o, ed at dinn Any' en'C)Iher%.t the i County, have entereo Inn. Mr eh.arge j 000.00- crop "contest fo,j George E. Mayes, Lorenzo; J. E. Harris, Cone; William Day, Estacado; C. O. Pasch"'f, Lo- renzo; Nannie Matthew" ^ .^Iount Mil A- Ua.ra.cter nv oerso* . of all th. v ay. apfttH^Fa^/ ''of Texas ary {^^'ntums M .iad- quarters on'.yollege Ration, where he ,, ^-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 April 1913

. v; ' I, ,,;v The Crosbyton Published Every That THE WHIT. H tKQT IN' 5, FRANK E WH "• 0 L Year .mii "-Glass Matter Jan;- Othce at Cros by- te aet of March 3 m. lilliiiilSPs I i 2^ Wm RATES 1 page display ad, $15.00 per week. £ page display ad $8.00 per week, page display ad, $5.00 per weetc sinone fourth page-20c per inch sh ineertion. Locals and readers 10c in ouch insertion I ' i!< u i',M 01) lllU (i ' C . a 1 ,1(11 1 (1 Id ;>li ad\< 'I * . ing matter "will be run until ordered i is iu i'j Ui iu'ci lin ly. All cWrch and lodge directories will ■ j lot ai the rate of $1 per aoji vhr' All muling notices for enters Liniments, etc., whore -an" admission fee is charged will be charged for tiiii iha^aUs-of "* ' r" unit- as any otht r advertising. - _ ~— _ - __ J PUB Jtjon y;Ap} •{f) rati TO: TH E PUBLIC. . ~ t- reflection upon . the ., g or /reputation of "firm oi co iration Which car 'in it .columns of the ed Amendment to the te, Constitution Providing i&ate, District./Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 April 1913

ilSaiiiiiiil! Pro'Ised Amendment to The Sifete Constitution Authorizing the Issuance of Bonds for the purpose of the construction of tMe necessary buildings for the IjThiversity of Texas and also foi\ building's of various Insti t itions, and . authorizing Im- provement Bonds for the pur- pose of Navigation, Irrigation, Construction of Bridges and theHaintenance and Operation of Public Warehouses TO THE CHEAP PRICES AT EDWARDS 1 . BROTHERS STORE IN CRQSBYTQN New shipment of girls and - ladies ready made dresses at prices ranging" from 50c to $1.75. Tligy.- are beauties and foil of service,, Why snake them when we can sell! yon the ready made dress for -less-than you. can. buy' the'goods to make them at . ".'"otfrer "stores. New Shipment of Laces and Embreiderles' That is up to date and full of value at the lowest prices you ever saw for new serviceable seasonable goods. Come and ses the assortment (S. J. Up No. is.). Senate Joint Resolution. To he entitled A Joint Resolution proposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 April 1913

■MwBftfeafe " „■ , * < : \ . • - ; • V mm IPt ■- ^ *' . - - *: • :Si V/ .—---- '" '"' tefssft ' 4:^ ■ i J.'i— - - Js . ■■ ■"> $P;. 1 ..' ^' ■ iisC H' |i I - t _ :?i <•, • ;... .-• - --'—•"- • i ■HPHHP 4, la ■ g^iMsaesswaag ,,, ^ >; M 72" . « « mauc at Bassett's Creamery. Try it <v>«\ - . J. ===== ' J. Fr ■ •.;; .JMii ii •. ■ «* . v- .':. • -■■■■■ '• ■ • • 1 : ' iiiwi w Do It Now Send for our catalogue. Our have been tested and proven. Garden, field and flower .SEEDS, especially adapted to ' the Panhandle and Southwest. | 1 - - Amarillo, Texas i-tf i - - Ama USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, The antiseptic powder to bo shaken Iisto tKei If you want rest and comfort for tired, aching, - swollen, sweating feet, use Allen's Foot-Ease. .It" reiieves cornruTHtlJlmions of all p«in and prevents blisters, sore and callous spots. Just the thing for Dancing: Parties; Patent Leather Shoos, and for Breaking in New, Shoes, it is the greatest com- , fort discovery of tt^e ag-e. Try it'-TO-D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

If/ t r Agricultural Convention it was sumer must look |o large pro- sriost encouraging to see assem- duction as his only hope for bled many of the brightest minds cheaper prices, but according to of the Nation and to find the my way of-thinking, the great- leaders of public thought est problem before this Nation throughout the country admit- today is the. quest'on of proper ting the farmers' problems to be system of marketing and a sys- marketing and rural credits, tem of finance best suited to the The sentiment expressed and the farmer's needs." plans discussed were in no way Col. Frank Pt> Holland of Dal- in advance of the Partners Union las. chairman of the National but were rather copied from Canference on Marketing -. and them. The business men of the Farm Credits, said: Nation are, as a rule, ,co-operat- j "Who make two blades grow ing with the farmers in the solu- where one grew before when tion of their problems alongprac- y°u can't sell.the one, much less tical lines; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

v:!S§l®Si JUtf n J,'rfV *.' fl Kl .' '' I I m IWmii mw& mmmm 1 wsmm SMill«B HHHnHf ■ J ". v . ji /,-5to «amp out §) ► §fe a shortage of mue #i min^mnmrom < bma so tha partinent, , |||||| ~-' At a substation lb West street a'elorlc (J ®ow," who admitted he lias held that .position for moro than 16 year# and knew moro about stamps and their peculiarities than the' designer prj them, threw soma light on the sub- u" ' JeCt "* ' klfL—-1 - "in the first place," he said, "there JlipiM Oho is a winter stamp, which nat- urally haa a heavy coating, The sum- mer stamp is as thin with mucilage covering as an Atlantic City bathing suit As a rule the public is not aware * ■SpftiStte the relulfc? r Hi&ni* aslng stamps in the Summer time are as industrious In .the licking, proc- ess as they, are in the winter, when the stamps arO hibernating under a I —_ of utmctiage. Naturally i and . ?'!'■« patent. i-j t-hc:i 0?.% r the Stamp, if Jt remains on the letter, , - • d faith. .. . mplaints t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

Mm wmsmSmm vo airj fey ccnm^ii V.LBARNE5 llllflilflSiii MBn ^mm I l$ l . if «&*. ■ Plllf I So Codcn&n and her Bister, Iioulte, <r« fleft orphans. Their proporty has been ■mm*. away with tho- death ot their .fa- ther and they are comported to cast about for some means to earn a living. I*>u- Je answers an advertisement <ti an -Inva- who wanta a companion. - CHAPTER III. Secretary - of Frivolous Affalf«. 1-wlae Prov lence who directs the universe bo auch better than we could do It, al- Ehough sometimes It seems that Provr letfco gets twisted; because ' Uift things we aim at ws>; don't get, and ,Hhe-things we don't aim at we do get I came back "from my interview, iwith the wealthy woman who was re- covering from nervoua prostration and Just sat down and cried. She lived in a gilded prison on Commonwealth avenue with all the windows tlght- ahut for fear of drafts in the uncer- jtain spring weather. No wonder Bhe bad nervous prostration. Anybody's ineryes would shriek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

[?11 m per ter- ion for ust the PUBL corporatio Review ijfiiiiR brought ssss „r Issues One Month. mm hh&H 9:00 a, m. wm-iBSk feet Aiwa it today. i pro ; w Hi i SaiTttt Fe train/at Lut* illy except Sunday. " ' ■WBM In her 'teens, a girl is fct her and the H§S R^Sr""C0i (;rob her of her et er health or of the social pleas ures which are the natural hpnt* age of every girl who has reach- ed the rosy age called the'teens. The physical and, mental . of the girt is important— vitally important—but the spirit- and aland mora) training, and mother is for it, ■ The raising of a girl is at once a £reat privilege „i great re- sponsibility. It calls for.patience, devotion and perseverence." But e great and ever- lasting. To give to the world a/ pure, intelligent, Christian giri and ask nothing in return is a great work, and the mother who has done this will receive her re- ward—If not in this world, then in the world that is to come. est incident. 5 How greatly then, must it b«~ "H 1 hoove ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

pall '. . iilfi mm k*' 1 .*n - ■ i From Socialist Friends aasiss Amei q it f ;.;u! < the Free , (By F. E", Jones. ^ | , , ' i' * ' , Come all ye ends pf the earth, to the "land of the free,land of fine churches and 180,000 licens- ■TTTi."; :i. ' '' - ,■ •, '■ .-V:,: - - mllKonaires and paupers, th'eolo- gians atid thieves; libertines and llaiSs,. politicians and poverty; christians and chain gangs; schools and scalawags; trusts and tramps;; money and misery; homes and hungry; virtue and vice; a land where you can get a good Bible for fifteen cents and a bad drink of whiskey for five cents, where we have a man in congress with three wives, and a lot in the penitentiary for having two wives, where We put men in jail for not having the means of •<of support and on the rock pile for asking for a job of work; where we license bowdy Wniseo and fine men for pleaching Christ on the street corners; where We have a congress of 400 men who make laws, and a su- m same year; where we have ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

, r ;• -o a • '„ ( ' ., ■ ^ , 1 • ■ M ' % I .. - .. itr, '<■■ ■ . >•. i imm xsxatteMU „a,.;TM .....; i;t.. $*4 ? 3 & V-^A TOfl ; v/ jj^f ilililli p< '^*5 «■ , ||Sfp ggfg ■ ililM mm w$s TMW'iiB liB| ,j WmS sis ? SI -J-,l . *ji:'■ \ mm ISM lipm ilvWi:*-Vi'- I rr And it d s , t, 1 ' Simply fellow >mary method reparation — add a title less of Calumet ban when uBmg ordi- narjr baking- powder. [ Then watch the result. ^ £ fluffy, and ey|i| led — the baking sea from the oven 0 ftheteklpgofatt M&i _ j I ._. f« ml Bh SKI Yoa don't MM moms/ when jjou buy cheap or big-can bafyng powder* Don't &> misled. Buy Calumtf.ll'a. t eeonomkal^^eWiiolesome—gives hett results. Calumet it far Mpaifor to ' The Right of the Strong. : . Three-year-old George and his Bla- tter, slightly older, ^were having a tete- ja-tete'luncheon, "Why," she demand- • " sr.r/r'ii, " " fwheia you've had two and I haven't ondered for' a moment, then conde- - —- • ho said, Idndly,. "I'm a iMSBl£W£J) ■-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

f ! 1 I tlifl f§ ">r- S 1 mm I 111 11 ! mm es and fre inate all -, - -*v '!^vh - -%. - tfir};-*^' - --'^wafesi.^^^wy «* * JHWJ W.«A i .,i u,> o World'* ■ ! with backache and e unnaturally irritable . d kidneys fail to elim- ie nric acid from the sys- tem, keeping you '"on edge" and caus- .. .■ :, . When yopr back ache?, and you notice signs o£ bladder irregularities, suspect your kidneys and begin using Doaa's . .<■ ■<. \- ney Pills, *he best special -kidney remedy. ■ I An Arkansas Cut 1 (t«a —J ton,Ark., says:'fVot weeks I «u all don- over with pain. came so dUssy 1 to grasp some- U> keep trow recommended and mr I ...iMWOlIento nearly twice their naturalsine. None of tne doctors under; stood my case, and I felt myself sinking lower day by day. I and before entirely en m 'Ezm JYctoro TM a Stotj." CeS Doss's 08 Any Store, SOc a Box > s D O A N' S "Hal* [ FOSTER-MILBURNCO.. Boffalo. Now Yorh IV DINNER GUESTS GO HUNGRY Aged Royal Host 8lept and Etiquette Would Not Per...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 May 1913

' SfvW hi 2 Spf® I „S5", . ed illiterate. rnna, males of 1,003,5357 and it data ilatidtt o, I L. jr ■ 802 nd over .. 17 cannot write, r ability to re; i. of ' 'exas ■i WW persons, 690,049 1525 illiterates, of age 588 Of M We Mve 779,177 98,426 families in teaveragesizeol aTe T e..,.„ . „ r,„ ...„. and 20 ears^nd 74pe?cent* of them attend school, States P^HHffto- the] .. JP ...HHP^thiscountyjftfill .be furnished tater by.^he ^Census uy f0r' white near Crosby ton for some mmmsm i§H for San •i 31ark that .he ?an see on sll sides' sub- stantial improvements ^ince his last visit to our CityH|BKj|||| <* MS WW ■I - all St , Preci tate, net •<4) -Theiconstruction, maintenance,and:oi>era- llili wsm Of the Legislature of the State of Texas, proposing :ent to the Constitution of the State by adding to article 16 thereof a new section to known as Section 58, providing for the tenure compensation of public officials. • Si Rill ssii H Ill ' ,, 2 '4 victor i^CrosbVtW^te Turn- Mm A: B. Spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

SfSSItSi Wmgm JKMMPI W^mSSafSSm IBwilHi i-N .h,>:.> >i\-' .t.-'w-..'. > , < ,, - ■ ^ «Mfl Ww^wf m ,.... ^^wniSw w« _. l f ^ %$War * ' * ■-' ■■"-- ' * S HI llif I I ^ <?.** '. "" ' I & tlKiSi i . iV • : SB1 ; KnnHHHI - Wg HkHH rat MR: ^ E. M. Bonine m. Tuesday Lake at 10 Body Recovered; iPiiP -':' '"•: -^ v ii §§ rn m m m - — is :■:#:: ■ ; ■'-: ^ ':' | B Iti 31B Si 1 if! 1 4 1 .V " ; : ' .■- u m * *«* *■ * is i > < iir 11 ,'■■. ^ ■'■" 1$ yfe-.il :\i1, '/4 $$ <v V"', >"$■&. ■- <,r S " (i ii 3 i i) y ij < L I I • * ./v > T " f T ::?>•> '■• >.: THURSDAY) JULY 3 1913 FRANCISCO, 1915 :&$fe /*• ® • win R' *> ' I II iM |ns I BI II ;S":; "'Sft.'i .r . . k All Crosby county was thrown in mourning Tuesday morning N when the news- was flashed over the wires that Eearl Bonine, one of Crosby County's most prom- inent young farmers and stock- men had drowned in a large lake on the south side of the old town of Emma. l^r. Bonine and oth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

BRIGHT FUTURE OF WIMDMILl mmMSm (HM mmm r Inquires/5?Wbat my day?" Candid- before woman's dress It ' SM TomiTLZT^ wonh whU smsml Wben a man is not a baseball fan J*l safe to assume that he Is either Jet or a golf player.; with a rolling pin? Ik 1 , • -, i la a bit of a riot going on the Chinese to decide which father of his country, •> MilaxKSHii ~ : Philadelphia, man slept eleven day* tnd thought it one. Such a case could only develop In the Quaker city. . — ■ As r potato cars are to be heated in winter, the earnest hobo will proceed to disguise himself as a potato. i y ii)V"i, r*','' ' i' ' ^ :ome people enjoy winter more an summer, but the vendor of soft drinks does not belong to this class. y-"? '•'■•#K > V "^v- ' >a N 'A' >■: Report says a girl "lost two 'of her teeth while bftirig a footpadjBeyond question, he must have been a tough —il H , That Colorado doctor -who killed a grizzly with his automobile showed himself a good surgeon but a bad ,pon' ■ . Not one freak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

V r-.'. - v. ' ' -h or ^'7V« JP'lWi screamed," he went on, stopped dead In my tractor and wE. ever was tfying to escape me, did.; I went back to bed and did some think- ing. I tried to connect up all the queer things that had happened— Natalie losing her Jewels, Winthrop being arrested, the womanat Natalie's door, but I couldn't get anywhere. My mind simply tied itself into a knot, everything Jumbled. I could make no connection. But there's one thing cer- tain. .If we have a thief here it's * woman!' . . | COmKJHTMl BOBB5-M£681lI COMPANY at 8YNOP8I8. V.L.BARNIS 11? . Jo Godman and her sister LouH« are toft , orphans. Their property has been ■swept away by the death of their fa- ther and they are compelled to cast about for some means to earn a living. Lou- Jfe answers an advertisement of-an inva-i •lid who wants a companion. She declines the position. Loulle; advertises fof a po- sition as companion, and Mrs. Hazard; feplies. She offers Loulle a position as ■her ''secretary of frivo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

E ^, . _ SB* 11 aSu H ItllSf jc <?k c per inch iders l(te <M,„J all sdvertas- un until ordered fltfll|i _,_nea wil ...a of $t tigr • t.0.i<v.f« Tor ,.;ll,o.r- e an\ admission ;^;r ws , w fcj§0fe] ; affords a cor- ^bacteria and mi- ri in milk and when exposed to contamination even drinking' water has its perils, ps from the Kitchen table vegetable refuse are a joy takes w the , common -4*VII fcf..-Vr J. --.... y. '7™ or filth there will ..be ,no flies. Take an inventory of your prem- ises, remove filth and kill the flies. 1 ito >. V :mm> , .. "'>*■ ■!'■ ■;■■■ >7n ,Jlfte per line just the B&rae as any other advertising. ; jjjg NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erronous reflection,-, upon character, standrag-or teputatio •any person, firm or corporation w may appear in the eblurnns of Beview will be glady corrected Upon fteing brought to the attention, of fV"> pnWwher Hgi 1 8I«® TIME} TABLE £!£. C-osfeyton 9:00 a.™. With the buzzing of 'flies every . HI ais "k! wher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

IwSwNMgf . . • .: ■," _ ; .... ■ ,.. WKKm :'j HI 1 ' ~ i PS $t HM rlMPiiflf ' 17 /_-■ '.■' < — — T- ~< :« ■ ■, ■ ■ ■ ■■-'■■- • •\ ..,.,.. . ■ ' - ■. . ..... . i.~ -. ■ *.r ! ■W%mi mmI i i HHHI 31! lis j A J Illfii mm 1 iliftP m wmm :;v.v^y JHMLC.SNEAI>' ■ leat Market And Restaurant fmmi Fresh and cured meats of all kinds; Barbecue and condensed chili. Private trade invited. :vjiini'i; TV.S. SNEAD, Grosbyton, Texas. ™—r to <F ^s= NEW TRANSFER BARN i The public /will take notice that from now on they will please call the Crosbyton Transfer Barn when they have occassion to *use a-transfer instead of the old Livery Stable. When yoii i^eed us call the Telephone and we are on tha spot CROSBYTON TRANSFER i Grosbyton, Texas / -J WE BUY A PIANO? > This is the first question that is considered in a pianoless home. The actual purchase of the much needed instrument is put off again and again on the asumption that it cannot be afforded.- It if a shame to delay on this account. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

§8§flOW< ft genera he center of floral jrioultural fair. blisLof today has much than did the earlier I its culture there are urge to Buccesa. ye to be neighborly "with __ A single* root wllLsoon mul- to a dozen; and if each of a half en neighbors" purchase some choice Variety, at the end of the first or sec- .*sad seaBon tho exchanges can be most For those who like single varieties (ffikew. Is a bonanza In * -fceed packet. rf-r- am * ' ■ , x =? - yV-'/""' *"*'', — . ... - _ . ...i?'" Feeding Corn, Silage < Moat Eeonomi* Not Be Taken wsm Mmmm mm jggji ents. —r- "'"'lacy^ that $h$, ' Proper Cultivation. |i J I * y- f | AS - - - ■ ce in color is merely, the W$~iM Umrn^ *ed over brown wgm mSm is ■ ssw Type* of Dahlias. XKi ? sSgBaSs p •• ■ ".- £ .: Come beautiful colors will be included. Sow the seeds in the window early. The plants, germinate quickly, and anay be shifted into pots as they be- come larger. Transplant to rich gar- den soil as soon <aa danger from frost <i ove...

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