ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Crosbyton Review, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 22,534 items from Crosbyton Review, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
22,534 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

if! |p ~ ~ ~ ' : ^ ' ;. . ■ ■, ;: ■; ■ / m , MmM . 'it: RURAL SCHOOL HAS. MISSION Where One Bushel of Corn Grew Be- fore Two Are Now, SecuredTby Meth. ods Just Brought Out ~~ , (By Hix .R -SPEAR.) The training of country children to grovy two bushels of corn where one bushel grew before is a commendable thing. ; To bring this about many changes may be made in/ the- pro- grams of most country schools. Arith- metic problems may be worked out in terms of corn and potatoes and cows. ' Reading may be largely confined to the subjects of. interest to country hoyg and girls. Essays on farm top;: ics may be written in place of the usual parsing and other grammar - work. .... This- will lay a foundation ,for much practical work in the later years of school life. Older students trained in the ele- mentary principles of agriculture could conduct germination tests of corn and grain. Herds could be test- , edv rations could be worked out for . live stock, records could be kept of poultry, garment...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 July 1913

v*!' ii>, ' ■"• ?4&tT~, "T7- ij t Friend i7j5^ SpS Wic,-,;.. ......... - I- '■(■ - r Li— - <- 1 ti Hp u^st Jf o«id M ^-■'" :'v 'tffesMz t you "Whoop- ■ tion and vote .ays of cannibal Jly .ate kheii .. MS? of all the laws made in spite of all advances science, the strong,' the-'hear t1 s still live on the weak, the unfortunate, and foilish. True, thev do not eat their-flesh or k their blood, but theylive 'etbpr^self-denial weak; •want. The poor m;n ....d deforms himself by toil, who ,~uors fpr his wife and children — all his anxious, barren, ife—who goes through mmm p ^^out^ver havhl£ one lux: ury—has been the toil of others, "ie has been devoured by his felt ~~ —an.^pJTh^fiow woman liv- ^n^ohely room, iendless and fireless,. sewing night and dav to keep. p^aaiva^nt,' But let ,us stop and consider few things, How comes it th^ in addition to the^slaves. whd are lucky enough'to find work, there are millions w)ioare utterly un smmSii; HH starvation from a child, is. slowly sil...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 July 1913

' v>-■ mm Wtm mm I SPH 1 , V « , I 1 TV' -■- , ' ' - V- ' 1 \ §1 ®s« f r >v , 1 'ii^Kafli I iMjpl -"• <' i i mm. IfSp itli ssss m&Kfm :j f: mmm V Plains Texas , " — : ■ ■:- ." -gg■_i- ■—-— ; ; v . ■■.V ' '• -J7:"• ;: :—: ■ .: .. . ^ r—~ miWuM —______ — = :_-~ |_- _ii *, « T ry VOL 5. v<Jv • ' , $ui p ps =========== Changes Hands Come a Little Later is all at Present. J iw The last of the week J)r. G. W. Creswell bought the Poatoffice building and lot from Barney Johnson, while Prof. K. J. Burk bought next to the cornerfon the northeast side of the square," while Julian M. Bassett bought the corner lot of Barney John- Johnson, , . " Prof, Burke informs us that he expects to build a brick on his lot as soon as he can arrange some other interest and make the proper arrangement Julian Bassett states that he will build a brick on the corner while the € B Live Stock ^Company will build on south of Burks lot and then bill Lamar will build adjoin- ing that. ' , Things are lo...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 July 1913

• v. wm Hi 1 ■ I^Sh ■i is-jJ 9B8HHHhbi^ iii II R A CENT FOR EITHER The ST U ERSITY !; tisilsflSllBSIS • ■\. f. hese Institutions the Opportunity to Develop Their Own Resources 'J ' ■ ........ " ' • ' ■' . ^ , ' • • ! ' r • ' ;.ip f,, , \\ M. anted The.'Sfawte .t:. * •-aals. .Help, the Fai-jner Secure Better. Roads, '■ .... IBistfeit Sdkwls viM Good Warehouses v Sil«P m lifiSffa HBMMB ■ ■ - . • - . «•- \ ... •. ; ' . ■ . , .... : . . : . • * - r. ■: ,. • ., . • ■■ ( . ■■■.•'.. . •. .. ■ • • ' . You Can Do This by Voting For The Educational Amendment on July 19 - . / " • v; ■ - - • . . - ■ - ■ vf'T- SCRATCH the LAST PARAGRAPH ■v.- . Review oi<-1Wv !t 7 T"'J E PRINTING CO. INCORPORATED] ~ Editor and Prop, e No, 22. ?hone 44. 00 per Year py 5c utered as Second Class Matter Jan. i at the Post Office at Orosby- under the act of March 3 ~ m&m - - m i'' ^Bd - iter- be a swatter- ou have filled the bill. ' - ' a swatter-swat the fly, swat the knocker; or else in your house there will ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 July 1913

■BSSB Wo Co SNEAP Meat Market And Restaurant a , Fresh and cured meats of ail kinds. Barbecue and condensed -chili. * Private trade invited., Wo SNIEAIDj, Crosby ton, Texas. Wo G* GERMANY OF ROSCOE TEXAS . is in your town, Crosbyton, for thirty or forty days. He treats Head Eches, Catarrh* Lung and Heart Trouble, Stomach, Bowel and Liver Trouble, Constipation, Appen- idicition, Typhoid Fever, Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Female Troubles of all kinds, Chronic and Acute Diseases yield to Massage treatment. He has had eleven years study and experience as a Masseur.' He comes highly recommended as a Masseur and as a gentleman, office at present at tl. T. Germany's residence. NEW TRANSFER BARN The puhlic 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. Whera you need us call the Telephone and we are on the spot CROSBYTON TRANSFER Crosbyton, Texas ' J) HOW...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 July 1913

HI ——- IP jWff-Wp --W'||||'j|| jet ^S§wfLl8 St« mple . • - ' ■ ' ; ' . . ■■■■ it : idyihM ®mey can be fiaS use that old ram- w n when we can give lew one on a minutes notice v vagon trouble is settled BL ^e- Let * Wl y°u ice on a new wagon. ft '' ■ iiHiaioiP We have a large and well a : line of Refrigerators that are going* S to be sold at ;the lowest t$ssi% price ohd it will pay you to come and get one now even if you will not -heed it until: next" summer.. No home is ■ complete, without % First ClaBs R^^rator. Prices: ire Reasonable . _ _Implements,-.)-;j | We have anything you want from a planter to a Gas engine. If your Sl-Jfarm is not equipped with the | latest and most improvnd imple- ments it should be and we have J anything you want and are mak- ing reduced prices in order to lower our, enormous stock at this time. Come in and let us equip your farm. ^ Windmills & Supplies We handle the most substantial lines of windmills and supplies. Casing, Pumps, Sucker Rods, Gas Eng...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 July 1913

K :*vr; • • s ■ ■ , .• mm , ■ ;>i;\*.v'>■••• •- ; •: „.. ••;*. i'A'-I-j'"-,: **■ 'j~ , -' ■ * ^ '<& £■*'.,*/'"; -, ' «* 4;> " : ' ' 1 <'M4: 'r' * ft - p^IIIIBB^ •. ■■'•-' %■■ ^iSBBf IllSBw _ tHMBI &.>■ : - mm S& ^BrEbL iM •I- tmL t PSlwMs«f#w®fsW#a % S®i';S ^ 4ttr*A/rV* 'i1 1 WTi jtSj '*' v,r^L±*' * .•' W'i v iHB ■L W >« • ^ MSmmmmmKKKM W^MMSi 1 ; w^'u.i.yi,^, .' • . ^ ■' ■".-:■■■• v ■ , -. :;->;:::VK- r- '., 1 pf-A if; -;^-.M, > i i r,i ,i ,'1 '' 1 « i- . r > wit ikSsMti : ■ ■ML MM9H1 eopfi Great South Plains Of Texas as Wmm m ' ^Vo-- -I "An Ounce of Prevention Is / Worth a Pound of Cure." ■ }M W!ms£&MMP' ■!':: ;•* i..« p#gp ? i§ 99 f Mb a . ®§ 'y PL 1 A f' . COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24 1913 ■hi sriitji Tale of the Series of Tliree There is quite a lot of sickness and contagious diseases now in the country. In view of this fact it should cause every citizen in our town to realize the. neces- sity of ridding the premises of the wors...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 July 1913

■Bai a . v; iV m National m<k^- """-''V ■ WHSv i • ■' Wlj leth under the act of March:3 by more peo j:„. „J Hi t: OH na* 20c per inc ething for all o em, and the best to b ad at any price Church An ifi? V H line just the e as an sent a whole year ! mmm to any address for' IS v ■ -:--v -* • raifeSfi Flies .and filth, induceJ disase and death. Cleanliness cures.' r >s ■' ■'''&* ,r/x| 1 Plain view is almost a "flyless'1 town since the recent campaign w 1 3 Unless You Buy From —'■ IS ■ |i becaus iPllMl&IMiii MM! 111 f? •; BBHEni afillll iSilitos wimIS J'"" y!i - NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC^!, Any erronous reflecjaon, upon the cbaracter, standing or reputation of r person, firm or corporation which . _y appear in the columns of the . '.vil! foe glady corrected upon' ..'|>eing hrought 'to the atteritt publisher. ■ „ " m -5J' .. -4——- - ^ CBOSBYTON-SOUTHPLAIMS R.. R. TIMETABLE ' - Mo. 1-Lv . Crosbyton 8:40 a. m. i Jo. 2 Ar. " 4:15 p. m. '-Connecting with north and south •sound Sa...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 July 1913

fflmm -~:r- :• ::r.^'V,^ , ,., 1 ;•■■ , ;.y • ■ - r _ ■ : , . .. ' - , ■ .. . /;■!■• ; , a £ _. - - v:;-;asa 'n / ' r' ' ' ' ;L^ HAIR CUT, SHAVE, SHINE, SHAMPOO V A When in need of Barber Work See Us. HOT OK COLD BATHS INCONNECTION Laundry, Basket Leaves Tuesday and returns Thursday Leaves Wednesday and returns Friday R. RUSSELL. . W. C. SNEAB - Meat Market And Restaurant j Fresh and cored meats of all kinds, i Barbecue and condensed chili. Private trade invited. , W. So SNEAB, Crosbyton, Texas. ^ NEW TRANSFER BARN ^ The public will take notice that from now on they will please call the Crosbyton Transfer Barn When they haye occassion to use a transfer instead of the old Livery Stable. When you need us call the Telephone and we are on the spot CROSBYTON TRANSFER Crosbyton, Texas J) WE are now in position to buy all of you® Cream, all of your Eggs, Chickens and Turkeys and will pay CASH on delivery at Creamery X F1AMK SMITi, - - Proprietor HOW CAN WE MY h PIANO? . Itll ;S ^ /. This i...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 July 1913

lalitSil SSSSS?-!!—SPSS- ^ ^ -- - ■ ^ :, ;sm ..: _ j ' ;' ' ;\ ■:U:. 1*|| ■H EfM!- y" Sitiltlf --*r.<r.4-:. „ -..< ."' i '■'. " ■ L • :;:v !,, r ! 7^' "•"V- Y;: " ''V ■" ^mii | kT " P v , ,J, V , i> ' * • ' • ' - // . : ! ^ ly Store, and placing them itt connection with our already y under one head in Crosby Co. ' ,;:.j£rI*-v - •-' > - _ ...: - - -;/v•' ■; ,?'.4 *' „ J 3 and well ; 'V A pay you to come rw even if you will - until next summer. complete without a .efrigerator. are Reasonable " " sSi b.$Stag* • Farm Implements . We have anything you want from a planter to a Gas engine. If your farm is not equipped with the latest and most improvnd imple- ments it should be and we have anything you Want and are mak- ing/reduced prices in order to lower our enormous stock at this time. Com®" in and let us equip your farm. ' We handle, the most substantial lines' of windmills and supplies. Casing, Pumps, Sucker Rods, Gas Engines and anything else that goes to make your well a ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 August 1913

i 1(1 - 4 1 A.% - **,. >W. llpiiil ' si,, I Plains ex as , TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 2t 1913 CROSBYTON, VOL 5. CROSBY COUNTY FAIR EXHIBIT Shall We Have a Respectable Exhibit?—It's Up to the Mail With the Hoe Judging from Amarillo news- paper reports, there is something moving in Fair circles at the Windy Gity, preparing the site for the Panhandle Fair in that city. - — _ Two graders were set to work Monday, surfacing the new reg- ulation half-mile track which will -he used during the fair. The city and c^^ Tliave means to pay the expenses of the work on the grounds, which will require considerable time. Local printers have completed the cat- logue and copies will be sent all . over the state. The Importance of an exhibit for Crosby county at this strictly Panhandle fair should not be un- derestimated. The fact that we have the entire Plains snowed unde£ in the matter of crops this year makes it all the more neces- sary that Crosby farmers should move swiftly in getting together a cre...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 August 1913

' .I'SiS ,9m- iew h JGCG. wnw itor and Prop. No. 22. , ione 44. The Whipping Post Again m . - rf//< .00 per Ye&r gle Copy 5c. ■m Entered las Second Class Matter Jan. . 14, 1909 at the Post Office at. Crosby- • ^ '' ton, Texas, under .^e act of: March , ^ 1879, . advertising rates Full page display ad $15 00 per week. Half page display ad . $8.00 pe$;week. aurth page display ad, $5.00 per week By j "According to the Kansas City Star, Judge Faweett, a Brooklyn ■ - noted for. hib severe dealing with burglars and other violent criminals; has just declared sharply in favor of reviving flogging throughout the "The lash," said Judge Faw~ cett, "has done more to reduce crime in England than anything else. (Falsehood No. 1). What we need here for gangsters and es^than one fourth page 20c per inch each incertion. Locals and readers 10c . per line each insertion. No display advertising oh the first page. . | - When time is not specified all advertis- '■M&— ihtf matter will be run un...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

m m 'Kul'phy, rj Jv 5 5 ] 6' Jjp ; ■ , «■ " .. • • ■- * "• - 1 - ., . S .: ■ ■ . : - '■:/ '• * - ■ ' : 3 : ■ 1 . - ■■ ' • : >■-. : ■ ■. ■. ■ . ■ ■ . i.y.ln,'. ,... ,.*f * 5t /*,, . >. msmtit ' .? .< _>■** ,''_eA m.f' 1 a ii'1 si 'Jcii' 5 cr (111 !i 1 , I . ' . - 'j . SffiB H 9H| VOL 7. ' w CROS8YTON, CROSBY CQtlK AUGUST 6, 1915 jgsgjlBl un n* Crosby County Crops in Fine Condition Review Finds Outlook for Harvest Best on Record In the History Vf "the County * ■b . For -the last: few ..weeks we have received numerous inquiries from our northern subscribers as to agriculture conditions in Crosby County,, and so that we eould intelligently answer these queries and give the desired-in- formation, we have had this week a representative visit all sections of the county and print below his letter. "During the past week I have visited practically every farm in Crosby County "Eftd- find eondi- t ions uniformly ideal The wheat and oats harvest has been completed under perfect condi...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

I. MiHI " • mmm SY FLY KILLER H imm mm eboBp. W«4e a t eoli or Jur anything. 01:8 sens CUyB. B. T SO D KalbAv... BASOID PREVENTED '■ fi-oall, ■ where other P!« ! ector, bat Cutter's best. M dtt« tO ■ ItWL wriima only. « an BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Helpa to eradicate dandruff. For Restoring Color and Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair 60C. and *1.00 at Bruegiats. m M Vr^^niiiiirtP iRS®liisii3 ,1 v • m 0 WAS:«T00 P_ Injured Street Sweepe. Fatally Hurt, H«S 'ro<'ca:.o:- "inin'a Columbia university expedition to aid Serbia, known as the Committee of Mercy, photo- ,^-ayhefi on the, steamer Thomiotocles as it sailed from New York. At the right is Prof. Blbrtdge Colby of Colombia. vt the committed; below are Dr. George Baehr, Dr. Peter Obitsky and Dr. Henry Poltz, who wont with 5 How to sjiicrk a ,Stamp. One of the yoimjrTn'en~ who" Assist Mr. --Burleson in 1310 conduct of the United States postal service has ex- plained to the Sun that the gum ® postage stamps, the apparent, sti...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

■X - -■ m the crosbyto ■•M . ^ ' ' - ' ■ N REVIEW f ■ X. •xi T n w COPY/llGHTM T/f£ BO£&J~mmiL OOJ7PAnY . . SYNOPSIS. —4— Warrington, an American adventurer, and James, his servant, with in. caged par- ffot, the trio known p and down the Ir- rawaddy as Parrot & Co., travel along the road to the landing, bound for Rangoon to cash a draft for 300,000 rupees. Elsa Chetwood, rich American girl tourist, sees Warrington come aboard the boat at the sanding, and, amazed at his likeness to her nance, Arthur Klllson, asks the purs- \ er to introduce her. He tells her that \' Warrington has beaten a syndicate and , sold his oil claims for £20,000. Warrlns- tcflri puts Rajah, the parrot, through his tricks for Elsa and warns her against _■ acquaintance with unknown adventurers —himself, In fact. They pass two golden S^ys together on the river. !\ CHAPTER IV—rContlnue-d. and settled down. There you have it. I'm in search of happiness. That's the Valley of Diamonds. When I find that, Mart...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

ft v'M W£% ins'Editor Manager I W !3&''4i gaily lifting songs of gondoliers in the canals below. V- f" ■■ And so Venice, shrouded ; 4~£ m 3 -.. kL^ .-■MSB PP|^-rr..,"T.".-^:;.. '&W-, IHHHHHHHBHH "Year ■ Single Copy. oc. S&c.n<t Class Matter Jan. ,t "tho Post Ofhce at Crosby- con, Texas, under the act of "March'3 ... «*• mM fry;:- m ■HM wmlM '■W, in 81 I MM ^VDVERTlSlNG RATES. ■ full pafle tlispluy ad, $15 00 per week." -Fulf page! iiaptay a«J. 38.00 per week. Fourth page display Ml, 13.00 . per week Less than one fourth pfttfe — UjfrperiJwheathMiiertHm 10c per line each insertion. , . |f * J;' V, .<o display advertising on the first page, when it ma is not specified all advertising matta wJl be run until ordered din -and cjiwued for acwrdiqgly, _ All cburch and lodge directories will be_charged or at the-. rate of ' per month. AU reading lonees for entertainments, ate., yffiore an admis- > ,ion fee is charged will Ije chained for at tb<? rate: " tlite-per lin...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

: ' . . ?• •■••'• A-:r-; 4 save some -r BAKING POWDER Arbuckle Coffee, 6 pounds for 25c cans.-two foi 80c cans, for Check & Neal coffee, large bucket for SYRUP Ambassador'coffee; Wrge bucket for White Ivaro, one gallun Bliss, one gallon Bear Brand, one gallon SliOfiS .00 shoes now $5.00 slippers 45c Peaberry coffee, per pound Jackson Square coffee, per pound LARD Crisco, large can 10 pound pail Swiit's Jewel now. 10 pound pavl Flake White OVERALLS Men s Lone Star: 10 pound pail 13otolene SllStS wmmmmm SOCIETf NEWS E TUNG-LOK-The World's Best Silo trmodel of this silo and get No^HoopsT'StaFs Come in and see lull information concerning, or Guy wires. Application. Booklet Illustrated Everything goes in this sale. Come one and " I will save you money 4 41 4 4 4 4 PERSONAL LOCAL - •L Mr. "Sparks of Rails was in town one day last Week. 1 L. W. Chance of Ralls was in Crosbyton last week. i Mrs. Dora Lewis left last Sat- urday for a few days visit to her daughter in Clovis, New Mexico. ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

It® will be devoted week to I scientific agriculture and new ai i on the farm. THE CROSBY I gr 7-_ w I . ' *' Wx/:- I I COME TO THE BIG § i ' V 1 mMpS ■Br to 11111 ■ . iM '' ■ '; h Swfvii-ii'i " * f ' mmmifM#l = • Pf-il ; ^ ,r ,r'" ~ ~ r The dairy'' cow must be provided "a market, but: the .dairy, cow's er makes Ms own market. The :et will come to * the Big .steer just soon as there are •>'enoughr like, him attract the attention of the pack- ..0*3 JW><* «" ' -• *"• « <*« the ;*rad to O Wort "west ■ward •nd die fact Th« ;oeei eieer is sister,' tne dairy cow; must be in touch with a popula- tion ccnter in order tor the business of dairying to. reach its most proflt- .... able stage, but the buyer will And out the big steer and hunt him up. Look at the millions of cattle that found ■ their way to market s over the old Chisliolm trail and the scores of oth- er trails Jamous in longhorn history, writes Joseph Cooper-of-Illinois, in !fm,flPr°gTnrn n°avSle3BJhn certainly far le...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

m.W P ifli^ Aunty Has Absolute Faith in President WASHINGTON.—Ttiere may be those who criticize the president In the matter of the contrpversy between the United. States and Germany, but one old colored woman of Washington pins her faith to President Wilson, because "he was raised right." In Augusta, Ga., she knew the president When he was a boy. and her Sunday school teacher was young Woodrow Wilson's mother. "Dey tell me dat Mistah Bryan is de one in de right," she said to her employer the other morning. "Well, he's ag'in drinkin', an' so ij3 1. But I jes' tell 'em dey ain' no 'casion to tell me dat Mistah Wilson done anything mean,. 'cause 1 jes' oatchelly knowsi dat ain' de trufe. He warn't raised no sech er way. I knowed him when he 'uz a boy," she went onr "en' his mothah she done taught me in de Sunday schools. Yassuh, he 'uz sholy raised right, en' all his folks is dat kind—Jes' all good Presb'terians. I knowed 'em, en' I know dey is to be trusted fer sense en* fer goodness....

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 August 1915

SifSi I Wlm mm wm Lorenzo, Texas, August 6 1915. Advertising space same as in balance of paper. ; • ' ' - - No. 36 and adjacent 1 srritory. i „ . Communications with reference to local news, should be addressed to Local Editor.r latters should be taken up by letter or'otherwise with Crosbyton office. those who knew him. It seems all too sad that in his hands was placed the golden key that opens the Palace of Eternity, but we know "Death is but a path that | must be trod, if man would ever es "behind to mourn his me, Hi d Pain™ m Cement and Brick. •w bhbi ■;y ■ " A. B, in town |fW. o.: BBW WBmSi rn^m Sill ■ flfestafiado was rhile Thursday^ jg w. u. juuckvyood was in town ' awhile Tuesday irorning i &■ Wm$i Hg «11 ■ * : i - &■ ' •■ •: mm mm wmm B$:V' £ . : lilflB HB fc . Mm Miss BR Kelsey spent la week with relatives at Lockney. Robert Nicholson of Estacado was in Lorenzo Tuesda-y^on busi- ness. " ii _ Frank Kerr is having a nice five room bungalow erected on east side of town...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x