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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

■ vc;. ■ ' '4,. i ' " : HM ■ WKrsSv'S Newspaper |g| ~ • ' '• '- *r WmM sis M Wm CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 18, 1916 m. Ss #1 mi v ' '( Sheriff Mitchell An- nounces for Re-election. The Review presents the name of B. W. Mitchell as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff and Tax Collector of CrosW county, subject to the Democratic primary. Mr Mitchell is now serving his first term, has made a most excellent Sheriff and in keeping with the Demo- cratic precedent he feels entitled to an endorsement by re-election for a second term and asks his friends to remember him at the proper time. ^ ' A Splendid Entertainment It was the pleasure of a rep- IfV^fihtattve of the Review to at- tend the Lyceum entertaiment at the Methodist church Tuesday • night and we wish to say that it .was one of the best entertain- ~ ments we have ever attended, and we have hear&Na like ex- pression from a number of others who were there. The -different .parts in the plays were c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

. f ' M> ** "f, -i 1 - • f * ^.j . ' • . ; -i/v , • ■•■ §8 I HI i ISIS fe&fe. : illlli; it .4 action la Wdiiestioo, other stomach t famous the world stomach doctor In' handy—get a large ■ dealer and eat some 3e with .them; ays like lead, ferments arms gas; causes head* and nausea; eructa- and undigested .food-- 3 soon as Pape's Dlapepsin ^ohtact with the stomach all gs vanishes," tits prompt- it^ and ease in overcoming ; stomach disorders ja aj-eyo- V who {ry it.—Adr, ' V'-.' " " , Naughtycal. Phat is the difference between; ?uid starboard?" asked the boy. 1 ort is the left hand and star* 1 the right," replied his_father. y do you ask?" '! nothing much, only Tommy' aes got fresh, and I landed a port his sjtarboard eye." Wm}; ■' —1 wM Different Kinds. "What possessed you to tell that ;ly Miss Flatter that she had a com- plexlon of cream and peaches?"- "That was true ^' enough. I meant lub'cream and yellow peaches.' ——. What Made It Lean. '.. J| She—What made the tower of Pisa ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

f -1 >" ** •' •' ■ rWisf \tf' / " v't"/ ri&YfSk; 'HI <" Jl!!!!! « >-' , M &M $' '!>S "-3'1 iV > Kit jf« f£8f f, '* 1 H ma Si j?|^| I nil u u ,c r o s b y lyuw a«.u i-Hiuy FLMon Howard Shaw's little nieces, who were seriously discussing votes for women. "I slia'n't tell the girls at school that iiiiii^ Fin a suffragist,-' coriMed t&e older sister. .« • --•est B^J : .^^gir .-^gj ■. ., mmt4 Mb. ■"•" ■". ' :-r.■■■'«' : - | mm is to your Stomach, as this important organ controls your health, your strength and gen- eral happiness. any Stomach or Bowel weakness try & h Stomach I Bitters i m MACHINE b UliMSBfimf IRON WORKS ^"^'-'IJ'ISoutWeiierii' 'A'tfents for * J Hayton gRsagde GenfrifugaS Pumps THE iSESTT PUMP MADE Send for Descriptive Bulletin. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA J I I Efi Oils all about this wonder-i (ui batcher; its compact,! anodorn deolgn and flf" did hatching qualities, your dealers or writo us. ladl&napol is Corrugotii Indionopollc, lad 1041 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

In ~ ilWSSPfSll'il &8IHM THE CROSBYTON, REVIEW! ISIS? 1 US I IBS MS rnmmmmm I 7 I St en,. Women and Children . ^ " ■ : ■ " ■ " - ■ . Iviiufli ■«! <^sfss 1 r M wwmm ■¥ti A'r '; groceries. Swift's Premium and Banquet Breakfast Bacon. ■ , , ' "* " • ' " ' ' * P "" - ' :;:.;i ' • v . caJ i and * ■p * i vt BPfl mSMmmM 1 191 i . *'*. - . *■ . q y^'!^11 . J; • , ... . .. . . . "ft, ■"■■■!■ ..Ij'..""1 " "i Iiilmnw^ « - II mfrmmim kWM-i ?tn p i p C. JL^l JL Jlj Ik^' AM "S $Wt§£m! 1 W$W$ ™fornia Fruits and LIGHT CRUST FLOUR. Highest market price paid for country produce Review §mmm Published erj- SYiday T. BUCK, Kditoi & W. LONG, Fof^manJI Oftico--PhQn«'No!22 1.00 per Yea# on Single opy be. Mabe-Karr Company Entered asSecorjH n,ass Matter Jan. ^ ■■, or.: | Olllce . i\t J> Texas, under ,the act of March " mm • • m f I i 11 ADVKIiTISING RATES. 'till pntfi display art. $15.0(1 pur week. Kalf page «isplav <J, ]&ft.fiO pur trnk 1-onrtlt paff (lisplfiy .. 4<i, $5.00 per week...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

v 1 « M |M m f ■X mi We Are Tod Busy 4'"- Receiving New Spring Goods to write • ■■ ' an "Ad" this week. Crosby toil Mercantile Company Tr?i South Side Square J.-W. Aynes, Mgr.- We wish to announce to the ladies of Crosby ton and vicinity that hereafter Mrs. J. T. Buck will look after the social columns of the Review and it will be ap- preciated very much if they will call her attention ,by telenhone to any events of which they par- ticipate. Or better still., write the particulars and turn in to her. The ladies of the different church societies will please report their work also. - BOOKCLUB. The Book Club was delight- fully entertained by Mrs^.G. M. McKee Tuesday, Feb. 8. In the guessing contest Mrs. J. W. Smith Jr. was awarded the prize, a reed waste basket. Dainty re- ifreshments, consisting of pine- : apple whip with whipped cream, !devil's food and white cake, coffee and salted pecans, were THE BRIDGE CLUB Last Friday afternoon Mrs, Julian M. Bassett entertained the Bridge Club....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

| ,* £ are mmm. mso Wrom the Scenario by Grace Cunard vimm if-IM tflswfl' ) y/% I -,■; < . i fj ■n tf'00* || I ' ■ ~m V9m^.flRd9 {„ * braMriragpia, til* .Son on whlcSt srousos ■&%%££ _jhoff««topiece out tho 'hsio chasing tho secret np>' ■ ,; ,,„„ ffT TH INSTAILMENT ■ M&Freft-xxix. £.' Ktag Corth taw. p | lyou find it convenient to enter once ipofe unasked?" Kit- flashed in genuine lndigna- i ©be faced Count Sachio. not your room, mademoiselle, We pay for it and have con- ther© was som© definite pur- secreting me here away from '< "Assuredly, a purpOB© very definite, -■fJMjkttone from which we do not intend to be swerved, mademoiselle." ,s "What then do you purpose doing p|S|«: plan;, taking. you before the Unknot the king of Gretzhoffen, but iutr^Jwa king,Cortislaw of Grahoffen. ' Be wishes to see you, mademoiselle." Kitty, turned back into the" room Ad Sachio, irritated at the delay, )at so far as to take her by -the arm ' ^ induce her to leave the room with wwi Sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

MB HShT ■R iV™SPI j ;• iwtl MIS® tn2. > H >« / « Jj'f;^||'f''- "/"A'v "V"' A^' Mii !ijailftjjui4iii;i!!j^ I : ./•,- •: OF CHi MiWN Apagewhich will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new 0 0 0 m 0 scoveries in scientific agriculture and new and better ways of doing the little every day tasks on the farm. THE CROSBY COPNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. A mmMmwz, wyAjworz?— GOOD POINTS FOR COTTONSEED FEEDERS - LOWER EXPENSE TO FARMERS i i **$§! - - 'v v.. •>.. 4%$f: # ili«M ■■■■■■■■ ^ < '# 'it - - ^ ,.. , m Fop sick headaehe, Sour Stomach constipation. Good RoSds Reduce Greatly Trouble of Transporting Crops to Market L: J,; —Cause of Distress. "Before the war in Europe affected the/ rates at sea it cost the American farmer more to haul a bushel of wheat nine and a half-mileS-to the-railroad station for shipment than it cost the buyer to ship the same bushel of •wheat from New York to Liverpool, a distance of 3,000 miles," according to ,'tt bulletin issued by the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 February 1916

Mi B I jjfi® J •. ' Iliill in 1900'lifould and we are just be- the possibilities of flHWaa ■ * and then complain of your PnEMIUMIJSTOF it, but buy now. See S-T mmm ..... ™ lilll ■ % ifffl ; p; - ■*j j ^ EVERY CLASS OF LIVE STOCK IN SOUTHWEST IS GIVEN AMPLE CONSID- ERATION. To. Be Healthy You Must ; ; ' I. • , MANY ' SIDE" EVENTS fl when you order eatables r order for Bronze ggs". $1.50 for IB. Mrs. J. B. Martin onal ^personals, h Wfyi ^ L \.in ^ i uashere Sunday >nzo. Bradshaw Was tore sterday from Lorenzo. >. S. E. Smith.ma#e,a;profes:. ia! trip to Lorenzo Sunday: 1111 mSM -- ,.fe /" ■ ' , : ' >/ ON CITIZENSHIP. ' " • ' •>' J ' '4 ' \> - - 1 i.Ci',;:uo Invitee th« •pc.ople ui Texas into a discnasion of citizcnrhiji. but .befojt; v,t- ci.n intelligently study so important a subject tve muse flvtit define it.. What is citizenship? Who is the beat Ameri- can citizen? Search the statute books for a demotion of citizenship and unless - one is, a mt+mber of the legal profe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

Jr w f'fm SSSflffj ISW t" tJ-i v "■ ') ■ '• ' 1 ■ • , ' f : .. • L 2^2 mwJm mmmmmi O f T ex a s re at Soutb Plains People Newspape r CROSBYTOI, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 25, 1016 ':.'.v,.:. ,- ■ - ■: • * • ■ - •' H8bf m£M Galore For A Crosbyton pi esentative of. the Re ed into the Crosbi ton Iff Co. store the other while they were unloading hew. goods for the spring and summei trade, and we were surprised to !. -gc mid well assort-; ■■. ment of the very latest dry gtiuds -- coming-in. Mr. J, W. Aynes,: th genial and popular manager, is iJi practically a new business man £ | In Crosby ton. Shaving moved here last summer from Jacksboro, but ®§Si(|n"this-short time he has built"up a large trade. He has great faith in the bright future of Crospy ton and Crosby „ county, and knowing tne value of printers' ink is preparing for an increased business this year. S Like all successful business men, Mr. Aynes is a constant and persistent advertiser, and we would be glad for our r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

mm THE CROSBY TO NR ■ ■■■■.. , '/ • copyr-ighr. 1915. & wpioht A.fwneQSQM me ana an amoiuo - would repay you a *vay you needed, if 1 -. Tl,.t ■ ■ Bv.-.v . ~ The Trap. lademoiBelle, give it to me! Let ■ u thte" IHHi of Count Frederick was j; For once he had met a sit- ficient to shake him from his made ho answer, as she back,; the coin tightly clasped er hand. She cast on him a look of womanly anger as might him—an anger now de- f of fear. Caged, trapped, left with* t resource, helpless in the hands of enemy, still she seemed deadlier that enemy now. rtll you not?" The man's voice i in it: now something-almost of pleading. CountdKfedertck felt some- v thing of shame at his^ own part ln-thls. "No!" she answeredat length, her own voice low and even, panting out the words. "No, I will not. Come and lake It from me if you dare. You have . once, why not again?" . , < : :■ - -vori^< , £ i d in chagrin over the her taunt. - ''e ■■ u remember that?" said hg.„ hat . list I be yet mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

0-.S1 B i?&N' R g^1 E W '' ; • ® &, '.v.- A COUNTRY IllSl Natural Pride of Those Who Take Part in It. til i i. ijftiP !ii@-: SSSM ssss Kr f <a . To those who have built railroads through and across the prairies of Western jBanada, connecting that great ; empire of grain and cattle, horse and sheep with the world's markets in the •ni- east, must h© awarded the privilege of Uooking upon their work, and its results, with pardbnable pride. If they reminiscence, and tell of the hardships and the privations, why shouldn't they? The hroad prairies on which the buffalo roamed and fed, are now alive with cities, towns and villages. . Farms—larg'e . and small—on which machinery has chased the bugaboo of laborious work off the farm, and mak- ing farm life one of the most pleasant and ' prosperous of occupations—are Ibeijig (Cultivated by men of the highest stamp of manhood. Many of these Itave inherited from their forebears ;he physical strength and the high type ot manliness that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

HRHR ■ ■ -•• v.- mmm. mmmm WM I:; §gg Ht || i -: *.'1 ■j: «>«;k; I Men, Women and Children ty pair sold Leather V ;rrl'' 9' ;'" T« rri' ■ . v v '■' BBB|PHB||B|PB|iP|ii A nice clean stock of the veiry best groceries. Swift's Premium and Banquet Breakfast. Bacon. California Fruits and LIGHT CRUST FLOUR. Highest market price patd for country produce - -*• ;■* .. - I '♦ ' r-.''' J I .... r^;r imipiiv FRESH VEGABLES EVERY ' WEDNESDAY mm :v:y:. I tone 39 ytw; Review StVbWCK, Editor ^nd Prop. 0NG„ Fort-man |j Office 'Phone No. 22. —— mB8$ Mabe-Karr Company Phone-39 sen prion $1,00 per Year .3 , Single Copy 5c* "" j as 8. cr.'si Class Mutter Jan. ;. irii-e at Crosby-- 'exas,' matter the act of March 3 J |gg 1mA SING KATES. . full ;-afie display ad. $13.00 pur week. Half parte aw.pe* w, Fourth passe display - , jruifr.tr- 11,'iHh p.'il'.o ■ eh insertion, locals and readers < ie jses line each insertion. .■y advertising on the first page, when fc! sot siierftU'd i<' ath'1 rti n 1 1 i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

Anticipating a Big Spring- Business, we used tlf usual care in selecting' our spring lines of mer- chandise and WE ARE PREPARED to show you |f the BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS , ever shown in Crosby ton. BR ( --V,' ' ' . • Worthy of Special Mention 3s • our ready-to-wear dress goods, silk and MILLINERY lines. Early buyers will get the best selections7 Crosbiftop Mercantile Company "We Are Making ted" . Square j. W. Aynes, Mgr. LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 ■ Cedar Posts, any size or price. MURPHY. , J'lr, and Mrs. C. (). Paschal re- tur"ne?PMonday from a visit to Waiter Davies and family at Southland. Mrs. Davies accom- panied them home for a visit. FOR RENT—Good two-room residence. Apply at Review office. 3 Dr. Grace was here from Spur Wednesday. See me for Cement. Murphy. If it is . DRUGS and DRUG SUNDRIES you need, we have them. Ralls Pharmacy, County Surveyor Moore C< Hess left yesterday to do some surveying near Farwell. Mrs. J: E. Vickerand son John 'ijf 'EuKbock visited Mrs. I....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

Ban mm n O rmj* *nacb ,r.?5°rn $@fl| hh HlfS | TONIC IMS —.— root: IN PLACE OF COTTON t j t _*• , '"' ts } 'i, Jffl BSngS^grto'" ■ " "•' " ■'" , b.i?l Not Carried. Iten . told how- a iM'. JHPIPHPWI^^H v lawyer acquaintfinc& of his, who lives «t Seattle, was retained to defend a ^^^EgSSred man accused of absconding a the funds of a colored debating .society. The outlook for the defend- ant was rather black. At the trial Jih®.-attorney for the defense arose, *s soon as the charge had "been read, wad said: "Your honor, I move that the indict- ant be dismissed." "Before he could proceed further bis client was on his feet, too, ad- Qressirig the bench without a trace of smbarrassment. ^K^|?Tour honah," said, the defendant Inlskly, "I seconds dat motion." rftafc arday Evening Post. -Sat- mwm ,JyX ifliii mWm * jSiRl' . iHBMJOWELS Is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physio into a jjg^^^^p:8ick chip."'; - Look back at your childhood days. • itemember the 'fdose"~-a\other insisted —castor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

mm nHfii ■PO ' 1 I warn ■ IWil CRO S'B Y T 0 N v" TS rr*9 * * VL*7 ai CMK iflSk r i 1 [MMnQHEC If flPTfl Losea Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Godson's Liver Tone."—-It's Finel ■ ■Pi ||§f§ ' fmmm Mir Tou're bilious! «leh! You feel mi Your liver is slug- lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your head is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach sour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you Sick, you may Iobo a, day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which-causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp- ing. '' ' • - - If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel cleansing you Jtil t§§lf Rfc "eveT experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 February 1916

illllllMini f v ' / V- T J Sj& gliff Don't ■HI I p S sptri^ia "J til nty la 1900 are just'be- possibilities of s.lfkf mi 1 until you a 1 then complain of your :""• - of to, t i\v now ■: . ■ ; : C , " : ' ^ . - • ■•-,."'7 $1 £>■ • • ■■■' ■ :■' SS ■iM : Mm Pil n . wo being- h.trd ,y llpi^ 1 ■ ""1 in. The boxt-s brought ::-\kh y,iii th 1 ' ii> ' i i -1 „ „. ■y one in thi-t district is jetting soady for spring. Bm&t. *?0vv,ier 1)aS been plowing gas tractor. John Tuck w jjiowiiiy wirh uvo plows and ii ;h ha* two plows in the fluid. Mr. Pop er is breaking sod. '/ s Matthews i:> drilling oats this vteek. M r. A'lat hew.-, came here Recently irbm Neuraska^ - Mr. anu Mr a. A. Fowler, Mr. ?'M tvfp cine ws, Mrs - 1 1 I' , n<. ' } . , :eter were visitors Ir. f-ud Mas "J,i.y SYrcerer last i'uesd-.,.. \ . -A. Fowler hu« finished • irig tor tue CB Live Stock . ' - 1 ■ . - • , i . jo. and is nuw thrashing his . ; • . , . ; ' . , - ,jt| i<> { i A Fowler thresh * ..ah SgggPi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

id, TMA 1111 ■ , ..■;■■■;■ ■:? -..'■■■•. . ■•: ^ .! /«V • ' y*H&g 5' w " ?'#$$:■• -i IJBsF HH he Great South Plains Of Texas A Newspaper for All The CROSBYTON. CROSBY COUN FRIDAY. MARCH 3,1916 w$w$ siimm Crosbyton Alive lusiastic Meeting Wednesday Night to Devise Plans For The School Board announced *o the patrons early in-the week that the school funds were ex- hausted and that unless some ■ |jj il ^1 I m m provision could be made our pub : lie; school would have to come to a close this week, with only a six month term having been taught. This scarcity of funds was brought about by the greatly * decreased state apportionment, : ■ and also by the - extra expense . the Board was put to in prepar- * ing temporary quarters for the school since the school building was condemned. A mass meeting of patrons and ^f,^e citizens was called to meet at the Baptist church \ Jn]uc<_y^ sisc^ and at the appdinted hour quite ■ L|| i ■ m I a eimwl ' hLquhI. P:er i>!c:ii, J. •C. Woody of thd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

on of Prin Ictory for the Party l« onat Election Is Prob- mHum": be i Wmmm a man ktiowa - -WW m mtt TO K £ E V <w? EtW#<sw>2^ iHH pw siw 1111 of Figs" can't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. '■ : —: — ery mother realizes, after glvlnfe children "California Syrup, of s" that thia is their ideal laxative,, ecause they love its pleasant taste find" it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels, with- ping. ten cross,. irritable, feverish, or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a _ ful of this harmless "fruit ve," and in a few hours all the 1, constipated waste, sour bile and digested food passes out of the bow- and you have a well, playful child . When its "little system Is full of cold, throat sore, has atomaeh-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic—remem- ber, a good "ittglde^eteanfng" should always be the' first treatmentiglven. • Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" hahdy'; they know a teaspoonful t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

se! Try "Dodson's Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. , Liven up your sluggish liver! Peel One-ait^ cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition. But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because It makes ydti ■ick and you may lose a day's work, i Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, . - which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like ■ dynamite, breaking it up. That's > when you feel that awful nausea and ( crampihg^ ' i.'vJ. VkJ- Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced Just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. . Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. You'll know it next morn- ing, becau...

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

;■ - - - .v.-- *'"' ;V';.■; . ' ^v;: v' ■ ^'■'y^^nyyy.,. ' ■ : s&i--i-asa 1 |g'ctHLJ s IH MSSM \ v- a *wm $ tm w r i K*lfcl V ■HHP ► Weaver ? '. %'■ -*4:.-, : luttday meeting"of the Dickons County Associ- 1'«fe If!§/:•> 9k9( Mb ■/■.a Sf.lW'T * ••• '♦ ffBfflffis Sermon 7:80 Devotional. 8:00, jlntroductor; ; FRIDAY MORNING votional :. thelCingdomaBdthe Church Identical'' m il:0Da,m. S*rmon.J .,. NOON IIP JSHBtoM ,.JHNH .1. V, Bilberry ;;;;•■:-; ■ .;■■■ .. j'..;,.'.-' ' -...' T. S. Lanberfc .......R F. Self Office Booton^Bmg sCote CrOsbyton, Texas R. A. Wallace Attorney and Counsellor At-I&w Office in Court House . ^ O^v -TT^' io Be Hea Eat Wholesome Food Crosbyton Texas wrMtbe ra«i« . «o y^A lireewrieswiHbe charted ' oontb. All readJoj entente, elc.. where fin odinls- ■ill lie clieigefl.fo? nt «bs rate odver- jjjjjjjr? £' <• ■ mmammm otfou tliejflret. *dve*i%* ?$F #1® Jill• „ - - 1 ' S|■ \ 2:00 p. nv Devotional—.., .....F. M. Clifton 2:30 p. m. Exegesis of Matt. 12:31-32...

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