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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

atement prove. & ' u&KHBrae sag&'/H*i; XROS B 'Y T O .N R E V I K W- - i * «J- T. Wooklridge' of Lubbock ,lf «: was in Crosby ton Tuesday. JIoilJL^Bwoi- made a bus ineia trip^l^orenzb and l?loy<! dada this week. If yuu have trouble with your WM baking try asack of oar- VLight i[h';\;:.^Bi The Road to Health Starts at a . -;>R ■ ; *! 4. ' - :. ; -4—wA«| : ' -4 * W$$i J^A@ V /■- $ ■ '" ' , I "The- Proof" £S^.>:£-; " •J1 i 1) 4 -} •ft 4 4 4 4] 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 43 .•$'<^X ^ ^ v "t ct T "$* 'T *T V Sweetwater, Texas Health must be contagious here, be- cause we have treated over fifteen thousands patients and we nave Never Lost A Single Case plements all in excellent ion. Also a few big sables— none-better in the country. C B Live Stock Co. J.A.Noble, one, of the sub stantial citizens of Cone, was a business visitor here Monday. Notice to Hunters Hunting in any of the pastures of the Half Circle S Ranch is positively forbidden. Frank Corn. The C B Livestock ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

ill > MM mmmW Klftl SS4SSiiSSiliSi9^ mm jhf% ?^.Wr ® W on come uppermost in the minds PPf^ttHs nmmmi' ' waffl'*s . conditions and attractions. > in "~" plaint. It has been 30 tor generations, yet there a?e marriages, brilliant mar- riages, taking, place all the time.. However, is Has to be acknowl- edged by the oldest inhabitants, that this is no place to raise boys in to make the most pf themselves. So, after their college days, they Are whisked off, generally to some more businesslike city or town, to practice ■■■■■■HI m and then pursue' it. The consequence left here, to mingle with what Is left, which Is not always rto learn a busine uncommon thing at all for a hostess* who is launching: a I social wave, to ask despairingly of her friends, eventthose "in society," "Do you know some young men for me to cultivate, ies this year?*'' are girls "out of things" socially here, if they are not for- n toy their parents, that it is almost a necessity for them to go ,th the formality ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

ss$i ps® ■mmm mm- ¥M$0£W :v, mm | \ - HH —!—-T ai : v, ;:;.x;; •. 1 ^ _ 33 —1 IUUW, iiLpyp ..4/ I ,'V* / ; IKtil or stomach. Bu 5c.—Adv. better c*wo llPili mvmgp^ «... « eraon. ■ • ■ " -"i -11 iy-Vi What will tiuu: << wifli the year That is dawning bo fresh and cle - ^ -'■ you sleep. in aim ■ y ■ ssssatEKsu- What, wilt thou do with the year?. ' - " ce the war s all water Cross Blue, that's a my clothes. I just can't ke from smiling Om. . <uu,--au.. •, gp \ . 1 Bl) VftUl1 rIIIPpIrIi Vviirt Pool hftAlr mioi*<in4na fliAf AQI HM - jiven tip your sluggish liver! Feel "> and cheerful; make your work a asure; be vigorous' and full,, of am- on. But take no nasty, danger- - calomel, because It makes you sk and you may lose a day's work, alomel Sb mercury or quictesllver, ich causes necrosis of the bones, •lomel crashes Into sour bile like amite, breaking it up. That's en you feel that awful nausea and Ping, -v .: • • Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 January 1916

U -w fffissgftg 1 BSfim#* 51 IB WM 8 IS l| IS fl I « fSS' mm§m$Sm .T^-y ||| f.-!1 | ',M- fi.fJ' ^ . — " lar *&■ ■■5r •- • Jj f t r '#111® MstS&tfS '-:.'<• ••.v: tracts, fine farm land; $30 per acre; small ash payment; six years on balance r-.-~ at six. per cent r1™ HBBI r'£$&! mm Willi ■Ml 1 jm%^~ I and Resident Location : ' Low Prices; easiest of terms Choice Farm Lands At prices and terms within the reach of any- Call'-arid see me. J. Cleveland miv mmm %P: lf§i Hi# mm . State of Texas ' ) County .of Crosby ( In the District Court of Crosby County, Texas. Crosbyton-Southplains Townsite vs. . - No. 2G2 rley I. Vaughan and Mary Vaughan. |$ Whereas, by \4rtdwtff- an ex- ecution issued out of'£h& District Court of Crosby County; Texas. i\fu{ $n rendered in said Cour ■ 6th day of Novem- ber, 1915, in favor of thp said '(Jr< a' by ton-Sou tii plai ns Town site m against the said Char! . -uighan and Mary- Vaughan, No. 262 on the Docket I did on the 18th December 1915...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

v*V'k|ii (l for fl|i the Paople Of Th8 6 reatSouth Plains Of Texas ' IN, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 4, 1916 gMMHliliM" ' Hi ■ 'teMm' ' - ■ tummm s'f&- Mm m mm Good For Bumper in Crosby County, 's issue of the Rails lined the following of conditions in Crosby tiinty that are so correct that we reproduce it in toto: "With the coming of the man\ itizens from the North and points in the Union it i* an ured fact that a much large?, reage of cotton will be planied in the Ralls territory this year, sing cotton in Crosby county long passed the experimental umper croi en raised here during the last few years will prove. With cotton added as a sure and un- failing crop to the various other crops raised here, easily places Crosby county far in the lead of any other portion of Texas as a farming country. Not only do we produce the greatest variety of crops in Crosby county, Jbut Twe produce them with less labor and expense than can be done in any other portion of the State. We ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

■ - ' . - '-': .. : ;S".. 1 M mm I - ' ■ -> - 1 " ■■>■■■ 'l-Av -./y,, ; ' : ■- ■ .. ! I SMlll I T ,H E' C R O S if to N RE VIEW =5 M BABSON WORKS IN THE' OPEN in 11181 , Rigorous and clear skin; a nat- oxlon find freeddin ured only by clean, : plioaphatod what a grat- ia plaeap ands Of sickly, women and muddy complex- e multitudes of mdowns," "brain sts we should see a ic throng of rosy- everywhere; is had by drinking, we, breakfast, a glass water with a teaspoonful 9 phosphate ih it to wash stomach, liver, kidneys and of bowels the previous day's file waste, sour fermentations is, thus cleansing, sweeten* freshening the entife alimen- canal before putting,'more food the stomach. iiose subject to sick headache, b I- . breath, rheumatism, ,, and particularly those who a and >. aro constipated Very often, am jd to obtain a quarter pound of iiestone phosphate from any drt g- at the store which will c< st trifle but is sufficient to demon- , — tfio quick and Remarkable chang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

j ( i : t- V SfepjpP 't 1 1 THE WATCHWORD ' < ¥ his ReallyMeans* PERFECT DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION OF FOOD LIVER ACTIVITY BOWEL REGULARITY RICH. RED BLOOD TRY— HOSTETIEM Stomach Bitters .when-weakness is manifested in - ....: the Stomach, Liver or Bowels. Pitchfork Caught in Fodder-CWttlnsf Machine Inflicted Serious; Injuries on New Jersey Farmer. 'j i * j JS" Eugene PeterSoii, a well-known farmer and dairyman; was terribly in- jured in a peculiar accident on bis farm near here. He was feeding corn stalks into a fodder-cutting machine, and accidentally stuck bis pitchfork into the rapidly-revolving flywheel. .' The handle . .of the pitchfork was twisted from the farmer's hands and, whirling around, struck him in the jaw, breaking the bone on both sides. Hurled from the wheel with terrific force, the fork struck Peterson and one of the sharp prongB pierced his throat. A farm hand carried him, un- conscious, to the farmhouse, where Doctor Husted of Woo'dstown tempo- rarily^ dresse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

s§5£S©J §%£• ^>'-- ■ '.,J * A ■ S'V- "" ': ':.'■ . ■' '•■■■•,■■'■' i - : -v r , i oNiiMH THE CROSBYTOS REV f B W 1 e Have , JL ■%: ■ '--=== , ' . ..■ ~" ■ , . ■ t , i omen and Children Every pair solid Leather mmm \ . 111 i Mimmi ■$ - % yx 1 ;, '^§|S ock of the very best groceries. Swift's Premium and Banquet Breakfast Beacon. ia Fruits and LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Highest market price paid for country produce , . '*■ -"v '/V- t- ■' ■ , ■■■' V , ■ ;v V: ■ " /.■■■:-.■■-■• ■, >••-;•-;■' ••.;:■■■«• ■ -v n Phone 39 : ft# Crosbyton Review Published Every Friday ST.'BUCK, Editor and Prop. O. W, IUONG, Foreman , Office 'Phone No. 22. i ;■■■■ 5*v. : ' Single Copy IBM ttiivio jed us Second f'lass Matter Jan. ._ . . i -i *. i i«i f '•.whif. at in- Piwi Office at. Crosby Ttxas, under the act of March i . ^ '->n> ! I - >57;}. I i' ! " ■ i r * 5 ' i \ ■ , I ; ' ill " . i'auiti! pace display tm -I '* th pa; . ' , ■ cat-l iswertion. Locals" Unci readers . .. — - ' SMI ihi? first page, when...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

, J h-«W ^ • i "*%• i SPHSP , ^ , >„g rJ ♦ ' $S5 m > {.• f k ! ryu;l^iSi WBMjjH m\ ■"•■ ;\<_vr v'i' ■ wm lilfi " ■ - >-• -' mi i i 1 mmm |H BHI nil our inventory, up our balance sheet and the result encourages us to make greater efforts to merit the splen- did business the people of Crosby county are favoring us with. Remember 9 we are making a specialty of Dry Goods, Everything' to Wear, nothing else. Hence our ability to serve you well as a dry goods store Our AfteFlnventory Prices on All - Winter Goods While tfaey last, will be attractive. We want,! the money to pay for Spring Goods and the room for them when they arrive. We Ire Receiving Spring Ginghams, Ladies Skirts and Mens Pants. Crosbyton Mercantile Company k 7 'South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. 11#®* ■■pi ■Bias •t LOCAL AND PERSOI. „ ■ Ptui[li.'..|gi I.II.mil m rn i„r mmi'iB L. B. Hawkins and: visiting relatives at Seymour, J. J. Chauncy, M J |g.C. i Cannille of Rotan were prospecting here this week. T. A. Mc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

!' „.... , ^7 r , ..* .., I. ^ rv v....,., , ,.. ' ■/4ft e t> wm n,*t jd 1G> V T IS1'® "V, fj?.-*-k ' . 1 '■- " VI "J 8 i slliij iisS!^ ^ - n. 1 £* S*T : iBl tE VIEW , | | ^ «, ^ AV. ;,k4,: - i:-W*W-} i HHIHSlHBH «P$p J? ? agH paralysed by, the ; fiua^r .wpgwm'CTBWHWti ^ ■IbfMa'J# mmkw .^oib; the on ^hJclfe^Usss- is her, at -the order to.goto the prln- to piece out the . ?kBmwhhwwb S,he Is . arrival In Gretzhoffen vliila chasing the secret coin begin. . J ■ lerworld. she~ tureed, escape j off for the young adventures now had > such desperate case. Btlll rose the sounds of re Roleau and Landozl the occupants who re i thieves' den. On ahead, asageway, others of the gang in, cutting off exit by the gallery. And here, holding her i' prisoner, was the man she )[ most Of them all, as the most > win in this contest for the pos- slonof the coin—Frederick, the no nan of Gretzhoffen, whose resolu- i matched her own k-v beat at him with her hands as ling her lightly from the ground...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

>v^-' V^- ^V v-/■-■■'" :;^ mmsmmimsmM ■.asSS&K - mi §S$1 Hi I n mSIM A page which will be devoted 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 TAGE. ENCOURAGE PULLETS JO LAY '■Housed Together, WelO .Fed, With Plenty of Green Stuff and Fresh Water They Will Lay Eggs. If you let the pullets run with the iflock and feed them in an irregular way they will certainly take their time ■In beginning to lay. When the combs are showing up red and mature is the 4ime to be gettinj_J;he pullets ia a, SEVERAL GOOD POINTERS FOR DAIRYMAN Best Time for Breaking Is Late In Average Case It Is Better to Plow a Little Too Deep Than Too Shal- low—Work Must Be Performed With Some Judgment. Excellent Dairy Specimens. A poor milker never gets the best results from a cow. A nervous ani- mal resents the bungling touch of a rough or inexperienced hand. Why no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 February 1916

. - ^<*r A w JJ| « « ' i lliii —BUI ' " , — H \ |i- ™ ' 1 f/X B ^5 * ..■"■■•. . : ■■-■■ ■: .•- ••;■ • • ■ . ^ ( ,'^M I u^s m . m&mm 30 per acre; small Bent; six years on balance r cent . ' ■nSPHBi ;::S-:':s : ■ ■■■■/ %$mWM mm I It®® wmm wommm Wk vmm± f1 m ■fevf<A jfl Wmmmi Low Prices; easiest ot terms lift Choice Farm Lands prices and terms within the reach of any one. ' Call and see me. jjj^ llfei e, < u- ■ 1 .I ■| ■ ■ .1 IBlteisi S^SPa llKkSite MBNmSffl 3&e$B. „ •-; WMM rrV1'- k Here Consumer! The Cash Grocery can sell you stock salt at 50 cents per hundred ^pounds and also have a good supply of bran. have received a shipment of high patent flour made at Vernon, Texas. Try a &3€kr--> We guarantee it to be good. I d r it ice clean line of staple and fancy groceries kept in stock. lillir HsH $ipil WXm _ Cash H s ^~rr C. O. Paschall, Prop. G. W. Dameron was a pleasant caller at the Review office Wed- nesday and had the pa]ber started to his address. He moved h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

HH .'h1 "■ t >' ' . fl V **1/ r* ^ f ■ .-.w,. iiSiSii I . .. jpfp by County ' .> ■'." Rapidly Settling, ery Precinct Shows St- il Sain 0$er . - ' -; . f : ' ..'* —. '." ; ■ ■■ ng to the rush of work _ in iko sheriff's office, tiie Review r.; , ' '.:. jiibU^ted stc .l' the number of poll Crosby ty up to February 1, and in issue we are giving, it ast follows 1915 1914 1—132 108 2- 23 26 3-101 96 4— 20 ' ' 6 5— a5 25 6— 38 30 7- 17 16 8-268 185 55 Crosby County Cotton Record Government Report Fails - - ' <] ,J. r; Plains Cotton. precinct Ralls; ; No. • ,■ , Mt. Blanco Wake Rogers Robertson Crosbyton Lorenzo Attemf&vBanquet at Pfainview to Launch Fair Company. Messrs Julian M. Rassett>:''Ar B. Spencer and A. J. McKinnon, prominent and substantial Cros- by t>n citizens, ail ended a ban* quet at Plain view one night last week, the object of the meeting being co launch a plan for a per- j Director Sam L. Rogers of .the naanent Sooth Plains Fair tobe;Bureau of the Census&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

Eg an^jtedria (■■■a Mouses Inscription She Is to' Gretzhoffen tb« «eoret giPP INSTALLMENT : cadldnofc !■ __- / -,'i3 but got tit* : "fa# v€0it' i. Hi IP jSlfi IlSp ■ / ■ mm. H3 n UU HAPTER XXV. ~'^gips|:Kj^f5 r ;:'''■ 'r- & % approached the Uttle room sount'i palace—which before now had proved t© be something ot a storm canter la the aflal^ of the Gretz- vhoffen isoia—^there cameto her the conviction that there might be others beside herself who would hate some . tehling as to the whereabouts of the missing portion of the coin, and who 1 the seen© at much the same time as that of her own visit She was not altogether surprised at the sudden interruption of her labors, just at the moment of her success. As she saw-herself the object of a poised weapon, she swerved aside in- stinctively—called out instlnctively for "Roleau!" she exclaimed, for, wom- anlike, she had learned the value of a strong man's arm, and her first thought was of the faithful servant 1 who bo strangely had atta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

> > '• ' ' M ■ R Q$B Y TO ■1 ■■ E V IB W nal IImw Secret Service Is Doing Well _ I INGTON.—The. new "secret service" of the United States bureau o£ .eroal t< ♦evenue has been in full operation for several months. Placed _ Ifli! ERVlCf IYJ UiZ ffCHlj iei' nu is by an executive order of the secretary of the treas- ury, the "flying squad" of special agents is becoming one of the most picturesque of the many government organizations charged with secret du- ties. ' " " . . The official statement announcing the permanent organization of this body stated that the success of a temporary body of secret service agents had demonstrated the value of such a force. Through the: activi- ties of the organization the bureau has unearthed many frauds against The state- I : itilffc e government which might otherwise have gone undetected. xnent continued: _ , -"These officers will be the personal representatives of the commissioner -and, in fact, will be his eyes arid ears throughout the count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

* •; . , ;- v-. - - Si} ^ i^m,T - *> <HP THE C H QJL MBBBMBBB 3E #JM1? -~m- ' "' 5 . . waB HK Bran lllllllslll! M#|wpi'0^^100, ■'. Jg||||i 4\ 1! We Have Peters Diamond Brand Shoes 1 mm w> ?s ^yryrrrT- ■ W^'W^W'M-MWlw iliipfli ■BH '■-'2 . ■■ >-ii H SfSSS -For Men, Women and Children: ... -. 5; "■ ■ I ■I:;", jflyj -* &lf - mmmmm siii$l s HI " __ . '■'. . .. - ■ : ■' V ' I, ' . ■■"'■ ' - . :: 1 ': • '*■' l! country produce V:K. mmm Phone 3! W? $8 l ■ 1 - . vie ,. , :>'..;!'*'.BI —T TV^UCK, Editor and Prop. . Fo'ctraH C. W. LON Oiiict' 'Phone No. 22. < v .-sccor'i T.lass Matter Jan the Prnt Office at Crosby the act of Majfch ■') ifc- $4 T . _.A1> VKIlTIrilNG RATLid .- y .-wUliUHl !*.•<• week. Folf P«!c 5.00 per WBtA, Fourth page-display HWWW'Si j\..h ... u._ss llsai, 0I1C Kunh pal!® MSl pe^'mM ■ ,,- x:,tt per inch each Insertion when mi ':'.c per inch eaehinsmion Locals and readers - • n TP«f line each i 4etd6n. BHB| 1 disRlayfldvwtiSing'ifti" tho< Arst-"p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

*' ? ,r , . r« /' ■ I ■BR REVIEW V.C-'^'-'^. mm ■ Frank Jones. nchman of Lui bock ct M maize ,,, +• jI v ! : "* Joe Stanton left o arrival of a fi Mr. a m «gg |&| ' 111 :;\W fl |e have completed ourinventory, balance sheet and the result encourages us to make greater efforts to merit the splen- did business the people of Crosby county are favoring us with. m Remember, we are making a specialty of Dry Goods, Everything: to Wear, nothing else. Hence our ability tcrserve you well as a dry goods store > Our After Inventory Prices on III Winter Goods While they last, will be attractive. We want the money to- pay for Spfiog" Goods and * the room for them when they arrive. sis We Are Receiving Spring Ginghams, Ladies Skirts and Mens Pants. H|f8. M. S. Carson and family and Miss Roy Jones took the train here yesterday morning for Lo- renzo to spend the day with Mr. Carson, who is. employed at that place. Mrs. Cullen Hillis went to Ralls yesterday to visit Mrs. Peeples. D. B. Schoolcr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

* Wr,;; i i:% MMHRi mm'yr^S &WW& WmmsA ■ ft m V I E W FOR THE EMPIRE * No Tim© fo Spare, "'N<hv mat the football season . is over and it's rather too early for base- ball, I guess lour boy at college ■will be able to do a little studying," said Mrs. TDubwaite. , I "fin aiVaid not," answered Mr. Dub- waite. "He writes me that hisi social duties have been sadly neglected." Wet's and V bottles of tive Wash /convinced : jam entirely these trott| «nre*.«I $i«* remedies have . me Worlds of •Buffering woman at Street, Burling*; * . „ f&L * ^testimonials con- In the newspapers ough to women who stressing ilia pecu« cthatLydia E.Pinkham'a npound is the tnedicino ■ * old root and herb remedy lied for these dread- ;wbat hi: needed to n'a health and strength. Is any peculiarity in requiring special ad- __ the Lydia E. Pink* icine Co. (confidential), v for free advice. s Pills : Mcnufacturlntc Co. New York. . J jgarly Double I'roliflc Cotton deflet .. ,BvU lueecto, disease, froBt ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

SplPlKfti a m irresistible 1 to follow. Cheapest and Most Easily . Han died Legume in the South. ■ ■ ■ ' . ;^v. *■ . mmX \ * " ip ll' Open sluices of the system each morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. Those of us who are accustomed to feel dull and heavy when we arise; splitting headacherstuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom- ach, lame hack, can,, instead, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and toxins from the body with phosphated hot Water each morning. We should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea- apooriful of limestone phosphate in It to flush from the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten yards of bowels the previous day's indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans- ing, sweetening and purifying the en- tire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach. The action of limestone phosphate and hot water on an empty stomach is wonderfully invigorating. It c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 February 1916

i ceo"s¥y:t 1 : wiSSSl RMI * ■'■ ; " • ■ , WP't'&hJ'!£ EftSWfiSi? sin imm jggp j§j| riWii s? npw 'if Si-*>-;®i HkHHP Eat Wholesome Food ' ' 1- iwiBB! I HBBBI . v , Msa IiSi i^p , ,s ■ *«&, I A V- iJ) >. *• iffe" ^ m I - MkMK ■M mm ■ : ■ ■'', ■■:; t«ss aftl iMsfeiit Low 1: i Sees; easiest of terms S-W mwbhbb B. W. Mitchell,^ Sheriff, Crosbv county, Tex?, Timely Advice to the Farmers. (Concluded from 1st page.) year planted kaffir and maize with the possible addition o£ cot- ton, try a little diversification this year. Plant kaffir porn, milo maize, feterita, Spanish peanuts, cow peas and Sudan grass for pasture and hay,. Plant some eggs, or order some sprouts to be transplanted and try to grow a good strain 'of laying hens, and with the proper application of the proceeds from said hens you can procure the other "gallus" and change the name the city man gave you a long time ago, I "one galkised farmer." i Don't forget to take' a littlej titne off and figure the approx- i...

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