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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

SgPI 11 H I m ■ ■ 3;': ISn HP* "•"THS MM BMM ;J;j: Plains The6 r p a t South People T ex a s . i.L'— CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY, 14, 1916 HO. 1 !SWSJ??!59^ Germany Virtually Complies Attorney Wallace to cates in Crosbyton Threshing Continues QveM&e County John H; Reagan Dies tar Palestine mm Owner of the Review With American Demands To Albuquerque ?;W •; R. A. Wallace, Palestine. Texas, Jan. 10.— Mrs>H, Reagan, widow of the lormer "Senator and Southern Within the last week, two com K$'.\ , i 1 HI BP BR e T. J. Mabry has formed „.! .IBMill Jaw with Hon. Isaac Barfch of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and will leave this week with his wife to take up his home there. Although we are sorry to lose Judge Mabry,toe' understand that he has made a connection for the practiceof law which will '' v be very lucrative, Mr. Barth is IB mmmm ■ 7*^4 one of the most prominent law- i <Tn«n in Mywfwrr onrl -traa a B ■6 - ; vers in New Mexico, and has a l> - ige law practice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

SSstl R .v> . HI HI 'm> ■>. * - mrtment ,of te.( through it' ;for- wave jer pf bet-'; le far West, ive dlssem- r ot coyotes makes cult one to meet. " ibiea among coyotes - time to time for a ot WaehiugronJl jeni tdahb, and the | dertooU last year to disease uhder c<hm ? hunteps< to make ie national forests ected localities. | Since, ,'e coyotes breed in the foot- round. the outskirts of the i .more comprehensive cam- Miss Marie Simms, daughter of Rep- resentative Simms of Tennessee, is one of the season's most popular debu- • . . ,'ashingtou. poyotes in sparse- country is said to ingiy dii®Qult":fcaak.^ to- as these animals are always losses to the': the" *v'est, <-on- "'•ii|peeiaifuh|il sk industry rat year„prof,.„^r 9 5,000 to he spent by the bio- survey for' the, eradication of both in the na- id on the public do- , and from this fund a special al- ujt bas now been made to pro- for lighting the rabies. 3 disease first appeared in parts p eastern Oregofi and - Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

iSStS® V •' " | | ,J , jg M g , eg - | I ( | ' * : ' . i ■■ ■ ; ri ii :X'/' ' THE CR'CrS'BfTI Mi iSH w:h FIRST PKOTOGRAPHS FROM rAPANESE CORONATll ■ aaSBal ■Mi mm MmMm IS '0tw ■VS ^ f '^§ > • 1 ft &■ A sense of freedom from all an- - noying after-eating distress can only be experienced when the digestive system is strong and working harmoniously. Such a condition can be promoted by care- ful diet and the ' " • ■ ■ ' , , * . . • " . • , • assistance, of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters Must Have Been Tangle. There was a very bad first night1 In a r>Jew York theater. That is to Bay, the night was a good night as nights go in New York during the the- atrical season, but the play offered was bad. . V At the end of the second act the long-suffering audience, was about ready to quit. A few got up to go and others followed, until the aisles became clogged.-.,,- .-— —•*~~1— Charles Hanson Towne arose in his place, well down front.; . " "Wait!" he called out in a, clear, loud tone, "wom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

•Vy~V% fH ffpf5 rt# |v'^ .lan. osb; p« tlsSftS Hllll BIlP # irs Connection from fir-t page> Qpet v,'i Hj HjK ■ctk. fourth ppse display Uss «iaa one fcurtii p «e frtlrn Locals and mdere 011 ti.e bf.t ()«<:«. when i adverlUmu tu lite* w.lllie . 1 .'i • lortrfe directories will be charged i'' 'SI per month. All i iiiui pinmenM eic. where on adroia- i&cUaj eri valt lit-Ol'It4( tU( I at lii" rate liivjuii the ianie ns any oilier adver- tsfSSf JieB inudiiUS w tae^M ftM* progress its natu- ral adaptation to the farming interests. 'We believe the Review has been to| some assistance in ad- vertising this county, and gain- ing new settlers for it. It has been busy in the past, and we think the future will find even more for it to do* It epters the "new year under new nianage- •~ hold again with renewed Vigor. There is a broads field for en- deavor in the newspaper , world, even though the publication be- longs in a small town. Thesenti- -.J,-,::;'.- il.: of a paper, if Of a high ord...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

m ■■■Ml T*v -cr-. && ^liwiMiWM («> pft ?«rt!W',' >-X^<V,.'w,'> "'c' JV*,^',-. .< f>"" " ,-' irv*" :' f^me* #&< v>- rsfifx '' "'• ' *•' * £&&& -,r -- S8$0Pii5$ ffttl LOCAL HAPPENINGS -j==z<m^ .,;' /. - Items of I interest Told About ?\ " Comers and Goers ; a £ MISS" KATE VICKERY t,-.1" 1 ,' >i 4 %V -T^S , w ^ ' Items Telephoned or Written Her Wfl| Rccolve Immediate Attention.-, Office . Phone it Crosbyton Inn 'Phone IS Mrs. J. J. Cleveland, and children, Elizabeth and Judson, left today for Chicago; where they will remain several weeks. . bock, attended to legal busi- ■i'ii ! Ir : ... C. P, Linn of Lorenzo, spent several days in Crosbyton /this gil . ■ . ■ Lee . itt left Monday' too: ' P< its where he ha -ion with the os.t City Post,:::: __ ■" u Mr. Jno. VV, Baker has moved his family into his new bunga- low. ' ; W. R. Vaughan of Quanah, made a short visit to Crosbyton . : ' - Lite week. " Messrs. J. J. Cleveland, G. M. • . v-....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

'•, - 1 V ! llllwi , ,vT" * MR ' 1 If i , i - —srrrr MM coin, the which arouses r, at the order to go to the prln tc* -piece out the arrival in GveHQHHP lilo chiising the ufecret installment w ;ithact5rxr^ is 1 (f<*« 1 Klhg Of Gretahoffeihf] majesty does mo honor.' simple dignity that the American girl spoke* these' j to the monarch in whoso pres- she found.herself fresh from her j adventures. 1 t ^ v J could not tod much -honor bo m a representative .,o£ your :cou5Jxy7!my "dear young "iadyr"' Michael. " ""Bo not raisuhderstattd me., your >v "majesty/' resumed the young woman. "It la taore than possible I have been) ' brought before you under false pre, m of rank, "am indeed but a prisoner taken yonder ■ But for the wit of my $ by o' eervan fosg* ransom ■ eere large ransom would be fit ch ii. ' yourself, ma- selle. Whatever it was it would been paid, had we but kiiown!" 'lank you, sire. Perhaps there no future need/ \ In sooth, from ^bandit chieftain looked on her of our party...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

SHMMm E CROSBtTON R - ,f "■'■ .'-■ j"" '1? wmm mmm wmm Ignfrafi imm v '• • ■ ®H * $0§$mg$ - - 9 i||f« ory Dlsket. Corn Land Is favored. i; $ ';|vi;;;, gi^rT^j ======n=== =:^ > . . .. L l4lli ^ ^ ,,, to exploiting new ideas in farming, new iveries in scientific agriculture and new and better ways of doing the little every day tasks on tlie farm. THE CROSBY; COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. W„w« MATING RHODE ISLAND REDS To Get Proper Shade That Is Re« qiiired by Standard One Must Breed From Darkest Reds. In mating Rhode Island-iReds you i!l; Visti" "tO':'ge t tile'-proper hili cido' 'tlliit ■ 'i9- ■ I; required by the standard, breed from your darkest red'fowls. Breeding In any other way gives you a large num- ber of birds decidedly too light in color and badly off in shape, . . The Rhode Island Red;, though an American bird, is a very old family. It is descended from an oldtime red b- mm ih&l Rhode Island Red Pullet Bred by Fred... Kunf?, Forest Glen, III. - fowl, sometimes simply ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 January 1916

v a MRCiBRKl it <Ioj collared, an" cuKad ¥" Ij|j| • V ^ i' gjt HHRh ^ A ~t/ * ^ ■■'.•f 'V ! . W* Srfifc tf.;. .■'■■■ ••. ■H itllliisfe &iflslM§iisS Review lliii '' *£ newspaper^" of today very ofleu&H tbp .word* '•"entente the weaning of £UfJ ex q> HI cordiale." Most, reader understand $&-*' tn imbu- ing of the original French, sti\y (ho YoutttV "Co"iiTpan,ion. - 'Prince Bis- marck gave a good explanation when his daughter asked him what the en- tente cordiale really was. - "Well,'* he said,; "it is not so easy :,.. to define literally. It moans a cor- so Ms a ;•:■<;•■' >«j l . ..Ill | s -, Mrs. Henry- Peek—H rUle toy house absolutely. When I am at borne Mr. S*ecjfe minds we Implicitly. | '*£$ m. v Mrs. ilerdso—Wh&tr dpea hi du j ■". . Mrs. Peclc—When I ain not at home *1lte winds the baby* > s" 1 ?v-.j •*■$•A4fe~ -fv& .' BBkA COMEBACK toft! jail. : PIISiBi ■ftte Sf ? Wmk* f z KaM^^^BiPWWPBI isisi ■:,..:.-. ■;■ ■:■■•■' '• :;. i ''v#.- ' ' ■■■ " ■ '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

, ,B ,!I | MnM&Mh ■ ~ T ex a $ People I re,at S oiitji Plains WmW M CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY I ; <„ feufcs iwg«HwwiB ■ - • • , ■ , 1 lllSt P -TI'j. Me at the Election H^ld Tt?u i! i Suited About 4 to ■ ; : - Wti W ' Mi | ' I / ;;5 H • , / ipl 1 ^ Slii ,; It 7 • m | : | At the election to put into ef- fect the. slock law, with refer- ence to; horses, mules, jacks,. * jennets, j cattle,; hogs, sheep, etc. eh was held on last Tuesday ;iie Commissioners' Precinct No, 2, carried by a large major- ity. The Crosby ton box voted in favor of the law and 16 against. The Mt. Blanco and boxes, also, gave the Jaw , ity-vote. The election returns will be id to the County-. Judge within ten11 days after the election and after he has officially count- ed same, he will issue a procla- mation declaring the election carried in favor of the law. Thirty days after that proclama- tion is issued^ the law will go into effect find from that time on, it will be unlawful for any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

K S&C&I'V£ ■HI ■P more e Was sud < ' * " hi'< .#'• '-</ v>, mam i Spies In Ger- " ses rXhey . ... . •rr ' ■ raw in bo doubt w ud 10 cover, of bis native counr acret sjeJrvlce kn?w . 1V,.J£; had passed between an nobleman and /the Ger- nment at a time when it ed to be asleep, if not non- He was simply interned, al _ J)is Infuriated dupes thought he should be tried and dealt with as a spy, 3ut he had seemingly been, quiescent since the war.began. These, it is -said, are wtmly examples of a great number of cases where sus- pects, having been brought up for in- tefniuent, indignantly cont&ted the ■fpoTjdent of the dt bad an op- 5 something of ...ret service has <rae who, though > beenl|n the Way ■ing about it, Qne little pf the British «e- t at any time, indeed'there e who believed that it was ant before the war and had to ised, like Kitchener's army. at the World's informant says is to have been another great ; ,It seems, Indeed," to have very , good attri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

iisiiiiisii llSSItt ■ I , ill tickling fected portions. Invaluable for b&< 8._ Price 25c and jOc.—Adv. Her ^dvantyg*, * "Women can't fool pie. I call make «very one of them show her hand." "How do you manage it?" - , "I'm a glove fitter." ' i « " 11 , , HEAL YOUR SKIN TROUBLES IP:, ith Cutlcura, the Quick, Sure and ; . . t. : ''' ' V -...V., Bathe ;wlth Cutlcura Soap, -dry and apply the Ointment. They stop itch- ing instantly, blear away pimples, blackheads, redncsss and roughness, re- move dandruff and scalp irritationr ileal red, rough, and sore hands aa well as most haby skin troubles. Free sample each by mail with Book, Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.- ■ Sold everywhere.—Adv. r •Hi' ! ■Mi isi i im y F I Wny Is Castor Oil, Anyway?' Mary Catherine, three, had been told that God made everything. She had also been taught that God likes every- one. One day sh«L.<jried, coaxed and pleaded to avoid a dose of medicine. Having to take it, however, she looked up wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

/ ETwSM &V 1111. - i W&mMm mmm mnmimtmm i V T PP11MHI . . > , ' v •:.7^^7,:: ; -v: liliS^BI* % v.« 1 ■* bagr s n itlp I S$&iS'::WBsf mm *■ ~ ' ?WT'r^l ^3 rap M hm&im All church ... or at liie rale < oiices for entu> iu l,.- is chiiri , ;■( r Id juSM „^... JMffptfe display •'.Low than one: fourth 1 page itrtion, LocolC ar,<t waders fctltfn."'; !.-7' *''•' " ' "■ /''■■■. ' . 0 the first page, when tfUj$vertibUi2 matte* w.ll be out ,n d etjprnfd tor .iu«r<Jimsly. ' " .e directories wiH be charged pur mpstli. Ail, reading. Bp^!^^vWe a" M 11--U. rate '«!*• II '-'n t'liK r:'!'.!.ic. BRS ' -; n.i uiln-r advei- m ■ •ii!i'°>u; I.'n-'.'it'u utiotj die Htaractcr, nf repuutiiw • t (x-n-.m n>. ■ jppeor .:.nnii- i)t tl« lii-vi w Mil be rf1 idly cur- -.L-. "L , fir&iglu 10 tile fciiis-j'tiJ11 «i the . <; ^ ■ '■ ; ' ' ' " . tt their present prices are the best investment pos= sible. Don't wait until they are out of reach, BfJi ... •- T TtfCCTAPlT pr\ LI V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

a—B MaL , Jj J if J 1 ' " .T ,. V 4 - -! . ( 1 • * •' - ; ;: 75' CROC «V T'O N t? T? V T 1?' W SEVI E 1 SmHC >""j^rj-' |.'' | :M ■ 11 BSiB' B* Bp hps ■ -:• *1 s® #1V'/ (mm' -'•■if y ' For the cold winter weather? It came a little late, ,v „,u a J i , • . .i for "cold weather. m Some Articles at Greatly Reduced Prices. FOR MEN mmmm $15.00 Overcoats " fqr $10.00 $20.00 All wool suits for: - $17.50 $3.50 Bath Robes for.. .. $2.85 .$2.50 ...$1.00 A special 25 per cent dis- count on mens pants, over shirts and underwear— .(Drumers samples.) Suits for„x...... $1.25 Coat Sweater i'dr„ FOR LADIES A saving of 25 per cent on the following articles. Silk, Flannelette, Outings and Crape Kimonas. Taf- feta Si lk. Messline and Sating Petticoats. $15,.00 Coat Suits - for........ $10.60 $17.50 Coat Suits for $12.50 " $2.50 Sweater Coats lor „ ; $2.00 Misses and Children's Coats reduced "in proportion. $1,800.00 900.00 CITIZENS NATIONAL BL v w ;7: , d f At Crosbyton in the State of Texas, at the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

1 ■ ' • ,■ ■ v . ... I ' «M ■M ,I THE Mini UK) i I C R O S B Y T ON iH %y EMERSON HOUGH From the Scenario by Grace Cunard (Copyri^lSlfc A.Pattersoai | SYNOPSIS. ; ■—_, iWf wmai!, finds In t i •K a broken coin( flje \im- w$ijsh;v arouses leads her, a,t the order edltor^-lo g< -jto: the prin- shoffisnio piece out the . fcy tlie Jn^ipptlon, She 13 on arrival in Gtetzhoften while chasing the secret begin. r )RX|lNSt|iwEWT: ? CHAPTER XV. view of the spectators, who . .ttow had left the dancing floor and .' gathered 4n groups-fit ft respectful dis- cs from royalty, Kitty received the envelope from the messenger—the v .same packet which she had herself H gant to the palace that morning for Jvery at midnight. She did this with a fine air of in- souciance, for she felt quite sure that success bow had met all her plans; .nor did the outward appearance of | Ahe \pacliet afford any reason to sus- pect otherwise. Yet, even as she took the envelope to her hand, there came to her a sharp p conv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

wpppp IfSgll 2 1®!* 3 A «xe K • ill * • * - • « • a v*' ~ J'" A na«fe which will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new Vv;:.i;;£ in scientific 'agriculture and new and: better ways of doing the little / ever, day 4 ste cm the farm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. Spit® ^WmS- ' "i' - IMPROVE ROADS BY DRAINAGE One of the Most important Matters to 0 Be Considered - lh Construction of Public Highways. !# ■^Mll - (By E. L. GATES, Illinois.) When it comes to building roads ' ilhere aro a good many problems to tfiolve and not easy Dnes at that. Rid- ing along in an auto it is easy enough to' say when you strike a smooth f <etretch, "this is fine," and turn on a little more gas, but when you hit a anudhole and ruts you may get your ;§§afoot on the wrong pedal and the road i commission catches it. It takes labor, time, good material and.money to have good roads. Every- one wants the roads, so we will all fiave to work and spend some of our lime and money and bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 January 1916

I, 'i* • 1 ■ r W >- ' < - '■ - a mi e use of wire fifty years ago. We see renth of the unknown and seeming urirenth of the unknown and seeming unknowable, bringing' which have been such bearers of the human family such as electricity, wireless telegraphy, steam ;^nd many other things that' could; Take the wonderful talking machine as example, win Would have thought fifty years ago that there would be a machine that would ' * that would reproduce the human voice. How we ask the peoyle who read this ad, to read the testimonials of people .from all walks of our treatment. Is there anything strange about us curing those people with all the seeming mysteries before you,-1- we have had many ence. Our cures are rapid. They have surpassed the most sanguine exyectations of our people: ' ' ."...-.i ■:■ ,11'diiniHI | -I, | ii'inii nun, iij,,;,, iiiiiiiiiii i n i n IIM " T'i - j" , .' ,' ■ • -, ,y ■;,„ ,■, r'M" • ■ ' 11 i'II ' -1 n i ft« ! This is whit Dr. Milling- has •ilL -)U i 4'->K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

oftle Of The SenTPjlaii>$ Of mM-. u'u - 11.1 13 - JAHUAUV, 2S, 1816 i i i liiSfSp Bailey lay M Run For Senate Same mi'Mrnm & and For- mal Announcement Ex- pected Soon. . . .„ n i •;■ ton City, Jan. 29.— nator Joseph Weldon alley is liable to change nis mind about entering the senato- ,9_ this summer and,chances, are that he will be fie ;>!.vse now held by Senator Culberson. senator about a year ago issued a carefully pre- :;v ■ . 'i:.! ' said he would not be a candidate this year Since then he has been s been cordially and enthusiastically received in several places, while banquets have been given in his honor at San Antonio, Houston and Dal- ' las. While he was in Texas it be- came generally known that he would.seek election to the Senate in 1918 as the opponent of Sen- - ator Sheppard, who has already- signified his intention of seek- ing another term. This was all right from a Sheppard standpoint, but there were many of his friends, then R. M. Bassett Returns ; ' to Cro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

</.' «. 8; mm* tfgss. i* IBSS iii ipp iMiJ idiraj B« ^TTEftSafl 1 li&MM i:m V v«-^7 8ed weapon, and -in a flash fro.m Ms own powerful arm nt It flying, through the window. "nKing on the floor at the feet Sachio and his friends. Kit- led from the danger which I not realized, sprang back. An at later Roleau had grappled te intruder. aMmBBifJng the sound of this encoun- ter, Count Sachio and his companions- prang at the intervening door, broke found two strange men iged in an encounter whose cause ay could not guess, jjut both of vhom undoubtedly were'intruders in ..his placer-an4-who, therefore, might ' he regarded as enemies, \l" exclaimed Sachio, . he saw also the young girl, . ori'ng as best she ' might, to give assfil'tknce to Roleau, dth the stranger. _ _ cellency, run!" exclaimed 'Boleau. tan was not easily- be disposed of, hut gave even the , ul all Jo liked to do to . idle him. Meantime Sachio flung imself upon Roleau J his comrades did much for -the stranger; (In the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

. , , S . , , . „ , * s, „ *'** * tf >*l < WW* ft-i S v«.. V .' ' « t ^ mammmtmismimamms mmmsmmmmi mmmmmm ml RIM If I *1 . *. ^.j i i ist 81 k! 1 -== : &f|PiMiv _/..•_ r • ■ > • v ' . ■ A page which will be demoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new discoveries in scientific agriculture and new and better ways of doing the little every day tasks on the farm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. CHARACTERISTICS OF GOOD BROOD SOWS ""■ Miss Beauty, Grand Champion Poland China Sow. CBy W. h. BLIZZARD, Department of Animal Husbandry, Oklahoma A. and _ M. College,,Stillwater.) •:'i Selection of the breeding stock is always of prime importance with hogs. The beginner should start with but lew animals. Select good individuals. It is better to buy one good sow than to spend money for several poor ones. ■ . • Sex characteristics are n&t as clear- ly differentiated in hogs as in horses and cattle, yet there are certain fe-. male traits to be looked for in a good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

liPiSllfiiSiiSt Don't waft until they are out of reach. '* ft*'. k. I' >lf pstfio fcorlh •rtion, Luvls and rcito nkn'tion. ivj-vti ir si on d" f'3t paff. when, rifitd .iliu'h'ui-nu matte. w.li be tt out ami cliiuEi-tf for accordingly. i awl U i1S« directories will be charged ate of $1 per month. All reading ""H'rtainmeftts, etc., tvhw an admis- iwi will be charted for at jlw rate >j t thp same- as «ny other atlver- ifOTICE TO THE PTJKLIO.71 l>! < < i- ufkctlMi up .■ the character, illation "1niryjjfi'.vin, may appear <51 tin gladly- eor- latioixmii oi the u mmmmm * m mmmmiMmz mmm SiSSS C B LIVESTOCK CO. ( OSBY )N, EXAS HI - - Crosby County (Incorporated) ppfefnrmsh yoo a correct Abstract,. atu| ^vhen you re* ceive an abstract thousand dollar guarantee that the abstract is correct. So why not send your orders lor abstracts to the Grqs- by County Abstract Company and receive the best. Write or phone us at Crosbyton, Texas and join oidei will Immediately receive our a...

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