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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

i'mm l : 4 f I Anticipating a Big Spring Business, we used unusual care in selecting our spring lines of mer- chandise and WE ARE PREPARED to show you the BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS $ver shown in Crosbyton. Worthy of Special Mention Is _ OUR READY-TO-WEAR DRESS GOODS, SILK and MILLINERY lines* Early buyers will get the Kill selections. Crosbyton Mercantile Company flSW® Ar© taking Good!* . South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL D. L. Spinks Monday. went io Kails S, P. Starrett of the East Plains community, took the train here Honda/ for Lubbock. Bud Jones went to Lorenzo Monday to see how hia boys are ' getting* along farming near that place. Prank Higgins was here Suri- && from Lubbock. — R. C. Richardson, residing a few rail£srout, was transacting P business in town Monday morn* ing. J. M. DeVolt, one _ of .Rails' hustling business men, was here •early Monday morning- on bus- " iness. H Not the biggest but among'the .... ,hest. Lubbock Business Coll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

THE. j ScJtlaXw of Mystery ami Adventure Universal gfe'V.i'v: m •Sis. •wom^/hnilii la roken' c hmt&B'/t. fCen^ to place- rout the tbe^na^rbtSo^'ahe m ;d, : and on arrival In Gretzhoffen •ventures while chasing .the-secret broken coin begin. | ' CHAPTER XXXVII. The Missing Vlotlm. I" /^'JWhatfa all this?" repeated .the pre- t ■ hotly, looking from one to the ";; other of the group about him. "Would yi*< you make a mockery- of the , ..--- -•. . V ;• ... . i Aurn" the* ijpeinbers of the un- ^ willing and ill-assorted party gazed at ;•'■'■ - ; - ' ion a different point of me instant she was -& that gome hoax .indeed hfjd been committed here by hex* serv- in the interest of her- io heavy frown of the offi- ;c§£-fixed upon her face sobered her fuickly enough.. In turn she cast a glanfce upon Ro- leau and raised her brows in query, but that faithful soul only shook his -head to^-slgnify his own ignorance of ' th^e nature of this new mystery. . "Which of you has undertaken: this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

mm iMm ■u «*1 «'• '■• v MMtew THE ■' y ill :; mti. . of hot water I I I ' glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poisons. ■■■•-• '- . '.; ' If you wake up with a bad taste, bad Dreath and tongue is , coated; if your bead ia dull or aching; if what ybu eat sours and forms gaa and acid in etojca* fich, or you are bffiotia, constipated, ; nervous, saUow and can't Iget feeling 3ust' Tightj-lJSgin drinking phosphated tiot water. Drink before breakfast, a «Iass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in it. This will flush the poisons and tcfcins mm li n. m , S;U - • 1 I ■ Hi r- #1' L I from stomach, liver, kidneys and bow- els and, cleanse; sweeten and purify the entire alimentary tract.-* Do your luaide bathing immediately upon aris- ing in the morning to wash out of the . system all the previous day's poison- ous waster gases and sour bile before putting more food into the stomach. To0feel like young folks feel; lik® .you felt before your bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 March 1916

' 3 '!v}'^ H II rM W 'lii' ■ ; -=*=! ' ■'' ■ * ' > '*' . 4 % ; ■NB IMHHI i , i , ■S «$'. sy would sMHB . ^ Blithe are old and then complain of your M, bat btixitdw. See., • ., ESS*1' I ,«1> ,\" f _ M ■j:??1 ..'■■•■1s#=H:'- ,1/lSM MKlf - ? iliHiiinm ''-■" L j[;.'\"'. ^ > *VKW HP B1"- r. ^enial proprie- ty Store, made a io some surveying., ^ heriif Mitchell and Rev. Boyd Crosbyton wdpp in the city * iday on business. Isbell filled his regular ppointment at the Baptist reh Sunday morning and *ng. AioJ iwo in- Ive sermons to fair sized .tibns. :de was here from . . p s ci • a ;w. Terrell and wife of Crosby- were nere Sunday afternoon iting at the; Payne home. . J:q v a theatre party at the v Crosbyton Saturday Mesdames Marr and _ were guests, y, T. Hughes, prosperous far- ne Cone country, IB spfe;s$w With our among the many trading merchants Monday* j', i ^ ,^jgif; jf., into the Crosbyton Mer- • store today and see line of Kahh's clothes 4 clothes for the most ting. Their speci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

• i ■ . ' ■ 7? *;Y'"1" :t'V"*V V, vLSiA Vv • X 1 i' * s 1|P~ *: 1V wife W ^ -: ' fV * - - ~ - w| i; ^ U | « t ' - . lit . x \ i j • > >• •■;■:■ ; \^-y=->v-. . ;;':.JY: ' , ;,.y;- * -v : ... ,., ■>:, ■■,: • ■: ~; ■ ■M mm* : ' ,i * mm ™Mb mmmmR i^hmmU M isi gp Ife? m A Newspaper For All The People Of The G reat South Plains Of Texas - - -- - " -•-:•-■•■ - .-•... • •■ .. .: „ _ ... .... hmj ■ VOL 8. 7:Ml 1 t-: Enthusiastic Good Roads Meeting. Government Expert With (leading Citizens of Spur Visit Our T6#rii Saturday. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXA& FRIDAY, MARCH 10,1010 - "■ 1. 11 M" 1 11 ' '' ''rvri'V'ti-j •••'-•■ ■ i L un I,, i;„, | m is SiSf •. I ~ ; I?g;T 4;, %£>k' In pursuant to a call issued by J. J. Cleveland, president of the Crosbyton Commercial Club, for a good roads meeting, quite a of enthusiastic good roads xes gathered at the spurt v 3 laufc Saturday afternoon,', the occasion being a visit to our m by Hon. L. L. Winans, a government good roads expert fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

- JH.iUfgt . .' Of : - T H E C R O ,S: B Y TON RE V I aBBi t . tth and , maintain jral health, pay strict to yjur diet and see mmgBgm s i liver" and bowels are y active. If assis- ieeded> 'Jusf)fW ffi If: imach Bitters I .the Answer In the Stare. | - you believe in short-time "Government or matrimonial?" The Sort,§ ■ "What bind of ships do they have on?" m "Why, bastes, of course." Wmmm #i|S> lltook, F£ffiR|SH, SICK Mother! If tongue it ^dngue coated, give "California Syrup of Figs." lillflll Bill CbHdren Idye thls "fruit laxative," hid' nothing else■ cleanses the tender - ; stomach, liver ajnd"bbwels so nicely. ^ °_A, child simply will not stop playing £tV'ito;empty the bowels, arid the result fa they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach 'sours, then your little one becomes as, half-sick, feverish, don't eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, '«*>M ..b*s Bor® tbroat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, Mother! See if tongue is coated, then ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

, Liver and Bowels'With hM^HPs ****'*" ?- Calomel makes you sick. Take —of tbe vile, dangerous drug to- night and tomorrow you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver •which causes "necrosis' of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, break- ing it up. This is when you feel that lawful nausea and cramping. If you feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels consti- pated or you have headache, dizziness,- , coateS tongue, if breath is bad or Stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless Dodstpn's Liver Tone. ' "Here's my guarantee—Go to any ) • dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take • spoonful tonight and if it doeBn'i ' 4 Don't Lose a Day's Work! spies- u You iuggish fiRmrioic'VUith WflnHenn* o I man Tona " A Ripe Old Age. The London Gazette, the most aus- tere and formal of all English newspa- pers, is celebrating its two hundred ' fcnd fiftieth birthday. ". «'• The vast majorit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

THE CE JRR ■ ," ! * i i m ■ ^lir ■:/'•" ■ .' \- v J Wl ,v ; ■ v *f> . " ft .. ^ > Ji ' >„• «* " " ",,v . ing Suit. Come iii and see our New Spring Samples waste siiltsj, size I to 6 foi only 35 cents. Girls dresses, size 2 to 6 35 cents ' ■r""--:"r--' • ' •■>-.■•■:-■ — sss^sssssps^^ :: .:, .,■ ' • -' ;i' '', • •■ i ik'. a v&t •' Some men never know how " " mean they really aro until they offer for office. 3UCK, Editor and Prop. Foreman ' 3 'Phone No. 22. tttn $1.00 per Year ngle Copy 5c. ^^ SoEo a t)tass Matter Jan. . w. , ..at tUe Post Ofgce at Crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March 9 K-v '.,;v'jiZ:: advertising hates. fuH psgfc display ad. 513.00 per week. Kolf page -week. FouMlrpaBp display • '•a.'SG.'SJ' pe? .week. Less than one fourth page lie per inch each insertion. Locals and readers ;:^«CT)ear!ine each insertion. V.' Wo (jisS'1i y advertising on the first page, when :-«me.3a rsot Specified alt advertising rastttir W.il be iun ua?>i ordered out and cha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

•" V mm Www&m .:V" ■ ':v J*i-> iv wmmmmmmmm mm^mn HHHMGHH Pff! a '• '" •' Ww^ '■••■■ A -•/■-.-.•I ;; ■ w_l, *..ja Hg SgjB. . , gall J ■; i|| 4^ft:aS!v' *'■ M 1 ^ . ' -- ' ' ' ' J '"!' ' ■ - ■ e , ni'/ " a . • •'.- fi , . - Business is Fine HP 6 We appreciate this store''' i m iS l§^$- ■■ ■1 ^ . 1 (Si : ♦.' 'And the prices are « "The selections are good" "And we are certainly glad that you have added a MiUineryDepartment" f~ The above are a few of the many expressions the ; Crosby county people are saying about us, j We believe they are sincere. Just come on as you have been and we will continue to improve our stock and store service until we have one of the best-stores on the Plains, ; Crosbyton Mercantile Company : . "We Are llaking good" ; j South ^ide Square ' J. W. Ays^es, Mgr. gifffi FAITH. TELB • ■ • Not many persons possess the faculty of turning busi- ness or work into pleasure but such proved to be so with Mres Peggy Pittman and Mrs. A. H. Isbell, when they, with the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

/,r~y 1S ? rf *^ r'1 '£ >' 7 ' v ^ iv r ^ f'*" ' v ^ •>/. -?■ ! -..:¥ '/ ^HE CROSBYTON REVIEW few f* iffi Si® BPm Pi 1 u, and on arrival Jn Gretzhoffen * olcea coin bmP p$$1 f Mi* y>*v1 *"" '""fi, V CHAPTER XXXIX. ; , The Virtue of Neceeslty/'^fl tolled!" cried Kitty .#%y, m >stlll Uncertain as to the re- aunt Fredericks dwpefate | the moving train. "I can- ently she did look—both she 1 parsing not forward on the to the rear o! the car which _ 3d. Amazed, they saw ierick struggling to his feet, Roleau," she cried, "we ifiust " If the count has taken this chancy it was for Some des mm back of it. He knows it the jsolp-~-we must get It before foes,- and that mean's at once." low shall that be^ done, excel- aaid Roleau.puzzled for Ju i;a jt. ■ .... iave Ul" said Kiitty, sis they hur- l* deeper into the car that they Soaitt not be slen by CounfcFnederlck. "Walt I will send a messa^l io hlm we will ask him to walk into our erself for ft moment a few lines on a page ilp^note b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

I'-'-' " :• i POULTRY RAISERS FAIL mmm , i m l ■ '4H.J.I i h " j.vta mM 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 PAGE. ■&M '■■ . : ;;"... . . : ■;:: ■ ' MANAGEMENT OF THE BREEDING ANIMALS 1 ;• . Constitutions Resist^Attacksof Cholera More Strongly. MILTON KELLY.)"'' ■■■ mggmmm ' - '■' *A' i The winter is the most critical" pe- in the care of breeding animals and many farmers would find larger -and more certain profits from their, rm stock If they would give more lime and study to the winter care and deeding of their breeding animals.' _ All kinds of breeding stock require ft a ■? good shelter—that is, dry, clean, comfortable and so constructed that there will always be an abundance of S ure air without exposing the ani- mals to cold drafts. . Brood sows and breeding ewes re- quire plenty of room and wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1916

J; V -tg >f" :t <$•'!>' ^fS!; "'2^ ills . I - ; • s IH mll i <UUT ■ , n ,a, '■«■-''.>■ , ; 5 ,, J ■ ,,T, W„ ,► t <■'•■ ■'■; •■'■*■ • • ■' > -" , . ,; ■:■ :.:■. &; i a.: - — v ■ - - . •sc.:' • 'w- j- 'l' <s ■: §® . ' ; I. ■Ml old and then complain of yotir y nowl BifllHH wf'wP^f^P ■ t1 111 ' m :. '••• • ' - . Wr. k ■ ;/"£>' fiiBwil ffiiaiaMEgfr V. -■ im ■■■■■MmMI Know Your Needs and Need If i' ' 2&F* ' '•■' ■ .- '■• ■ - v t „ ■ Your Business i ?-■ :|mik is managed by those who are thoifough- ,miliar witfc,, the needs of the, country, andin-y I % interested in its development, andhold? selves in readiness to render every legitimate —ce to those who in any way are trying to it. We need your assistance to the end e may be of material benefit to you, in; dev- our immense resources. me we can serve you, please feel free to call on us. We try to make all banking relations with us pleasant and profitable, and invite you to make our bank your banking home. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

I - 8 ' . . V Pj ■ *| - -J ft ^ , • .< ' '%&. •; ■ "f.. m ■-. • 8MI ph aS wmmm ISii S m • i ; SI I i I* t - \ 8 It . | •' I •' • II - ' * • | gg | | | 11 |gjj |,:| mm > ■ M ,'f I " <$?■ l fl kJ <; *•' f5 ::■ '-v:;.' .'•',:;:;'■;•,■■■. :<4." 'v;-■'■;-L—- ■'.', .:-■'; „ ; • N e w s p a per >>< t , - | aople Of The G reat South Plains Of Texas CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TIPS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916 11liSi fi II m I wm M ! tss *<V" mzo Contin- ('!' PH'C, ■ §;g ;; ir Sees. Thrift On (Every Hand and Also Visits a Well Kept Farm. , . $ X ' t ; / 'jS l " '**" ~7~ Tfle tev ie w editor too!; ad van - tage of an opportunity to go with Mr. J. J. Cleveland, the C B Live Stock realestate man, More-' day to Lorenzo, one of the pet stations on theCrosbyton-South- plains railroad twenty miles distant from Crosby ton. It had been only about three > weeks since our last visit to this enterprising trade mart, yet we noted seyeral improvements since that time, which show...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

IS|pPi riBWl P&|j iH ■■ ■! 11 • ■•■• • .- ■ IS • -f-- p4l ftp .' ■' J %&$ --,uJ &®3£&a&a«e WKp^llll tERSONHOUGH pyai| Bi >m tKe Scenario py Grace Cunaricl t, JSH6 By Wright A. *attewon> ! . M^By Wright A. ion Wotur® Drama pt th® .fla'me Nam®. Produced by ilvswal ram Manufacturiii«r Cotnp&ny^rji--^;-— - Sit. woman, flnda !n a broken cotei, the * on which, arouses adsher, at the order tor, to go to the prln- cn w ploce out th« o InscrlptiomfcShe la rival in Oretshoffen Ue chasing -the aeoret PSfe ?;; ■pliiiM TWELFTH INSTALLMENT the the CHAPTER XLIII. Sy^i^s' ^' V'1" v ,1 [The Sinews of War. 8 touch and go between thw two llttle klngdoma for a time, Their had faced each other in the leJcU, Blood had "been shed. wm looked other generals eye at no great distance. At lines of contact the imperial of the two countries had been ?earshot one~of the other, it they parted now. Why? The pets sojinded the recall, even as awaiting the sum- ts for the charge. Why? At ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

mmmmmrn ISfBL , , WM HP ■ .-'■; VJ BBMBf wmmsmi .' &jo$M mpmMI ; . , ■ - • ~ is® ],/- ■ ■ i > IM ■a & 4 iat Conditions in West- Canada Are Highly Satisfactory. nJntil a few years ago Mr. Henry ILohmann lived at Effingham, 111. He ' - .light he would better his condition In a new country, where he would • have wider scope for his 'farming op- erations, It would not seem essential fe? refer to Mr. Ixihmahn, at this par- ticular time, as of German blood, but tor the fact that so many false state- I M ments have gone out as to ill treat- ment of Germans in Canada. Writing from Willmont, Sask., un- - ^;der date of January 30, 1916, pr. Loh- mann says: < 4|f'!'We are perfectly satisfied in this country, and doing -well up here. "I bought a half section of land an<3 took up a homestead, my three sons ssjr' alsd took homesteads, two of them buying each 160 acres of land as well. 1 sold my homestead, and I and one oi my sons own a threshing outfit. "The crop this year was go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

Hi 1 ■ new 8ii rnmrnm wsmm l 1 i® Wi 26 *••'•• • ■■?■':.' :,/f a ■ wnryw# , ■Illl' . ' '- •'■' ' " '• . ■; ■ " . ' ' . . ■ , ' . ' -. . . .- i '■; ., —— ■ Annnr>nTno e the ROYAL TAILORS Sample Book. 500 samples all w size 2 to 6 35 cents. Girls dresses, size 7 to 14 75 cents. mm m V nice clefui stock of the Very Best Groceries. ■ LIGHT CRUST FLOUK is the BEST 1 — EVERY WEDNESDAY= .,W Sllllll Wwmm me 39 RBRSSIf£SI Vw'v Phone 39 ■ Isii rosbyton Renew bed;EvQiY;Friday*' J I H8 yr*V'ViSiiSSi *ES.T. BUCK. Editor and Prop. " QiNC, Foreman -j ico 'Phone No. 22. - — ibscription$1.00 perYear o:"gfe Copy 5c. Matter Jan *• *he Post Office at Crosby- ijidep the act of March 8 ;" iVERTISING KATES. splay ail, $13.00 per witfek. Half page V $8.06 per wcbk. Fourth page display week. Less than one fourth page each insertion. Locals and readots each insertion. y advertising on the first page, when led all advcriisiiiii mutter will be ttntilordMfMt out and eharged for accordingly, church and lodge ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

1.S |fgg ; . W: m is Appreciated Business is Fine ' 1 v $.>- / J ijwmmm iii^y ' ampHHi I 1111 H| gggj iSt 'I i i l : RH mi THE CROSBY T.;Q, N. REV I E W SOCIAL BY MRS. J.. T. BUCK. ^ VV "^ OW-^^foaK* i .■; M* \ & |fti Wf*We appreciate this,store" I !■ ''And the prices &.% • '■ , | i. 1 -/-"The selections are good" - j L are .right." ' I -'And we are certainly glad that yoWlhave added a fe:| - . Millinery Department" • MSFhe above are a few of the many expressions the r Oosby county people are saying about^asr— ■ iSpi i ' V ' ■ : * We believe they are sincere. Just come on as you have been and w e will continue to improve our stock and store service until we have one of the • best stores on the Plains. CrasfQjfin Mercantile Company "We Are Making Good" South Side Square" j. W. Aynes, Mgr. TKtKPH0NE22^2K SHE LOCAL AND PERSONAL ■'r; ill m. w { ;■ ■ 'C - ■ M: jfs-fe"' ; i\; '^1 'St ^: $ ■' . R !>. r •I- ' - r^4b-. A Mr. Todd was here yester- day from Tulia prospecting-. Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

IRIS ■■ • . - ■ g?1 - M|5C$ WkteWM,I m i Ulil j assm ' —" : ' •' v"- ■ - . ,.,N! I 2 I m£ GPLAMT igures Refuto ^Steel Trust Cry for"Frotection." Hi ■ al %s< ■ - , V*. ■■■ -v.:- ;•' ■ Ipnty-one, ised father as audio unty, Missouri, m§ m r," DAUGHTER' it>;- ■ " ;'.X:, • il-G'iibio and *ffcer my mother, .er, trying Dr. Kilmer's and being' cured, I tried : ■' i i.jiai: ' ' • ire ever tried; in fact, I was 1- began taking it and am S V „ , now ,-w gooa health. I cheerfully reo- .< ■ w-, amp-Root to others. ■ Yours truly, S NELLIE -TURNER, Dalton St., Hugo, Okla. iy tie fore sue this ' 15, Miss Nellie ;r, .who subscribed the above state- ment and made oath that the same ia - J, H. FINCHER, . ■ ■ Notary Public. ^ -L" - 1 Co., ■ a sample size bot- 1 ' nyone. You will o£ valuable infor- . : : ' . r-AiovA iaaldd'uoyh; and bkd- ■ be sure and mention .2'tffr and one- , dollar size bottles for sale at all drug •Adv. "" orange tree is the only one fruit and blossoms at the ■ ' " ~''V" - ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

"A"'v 11111 I «P) . "-'•' i'"'- "E CROSBY '■■• !r■!$'?'?. t> tp v mbWiW Give You the Best Liver II Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" and Bowel Cleansing You Ever'Had—Doesn't Make You Sick! ■ • ■.?. m ? ■ Pais I s / w„_ si ii V. Stop using calomel] It makes you *ick. Don't lose a day's work. If you 5 feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or const!* pated, listen to mo! <® Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. CalOmel, when it comes into contact with sour b'ileT crashes into it, breaking It up. This is when you feel that aw- ful nausea and erarapinl^If you feel "all knocked out," if your liver is tor- pid and bowels constipated or you l«ave> headache, dizziness, coated tdngue, if breath is bad or stomach fiovr Just try fc spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. ;s He e's my guarantee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle nt Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1916

' * *3* \ ■ *£?%> , m%>. ' tZ .-.SfesSfKifif■-'£*£ KHi r ^—■ V I REVIEW w.wjli.l'j" j tMliHI -1 5 •.'. H ii '■ V 31 S3, Smrn Miss Bessie Lay will edit the torenezo Dopartment in the Re HP1 III""' and country are requested to notjfy «3 early in the week as posfti* I ubscriptionjs, advertisements arid job wrait for lie i reif >'"<•* wo feel (hat, tho busino is >* en of the tf i o the i uivi ^ --work by : V ;, - fmmms <§######<§># *«aiu A. wHSmm sporting <&rnival, •^-sss ams, w«l beone of the _ misement features of the rational Feeders and Breed- -ow, to be held at Fort March 13-18. i effort to provide a great- riety of amusement 'than 3vlous years, the manage- *; of the show struck upon sporting feature and has ured the co-operation of the ewspapers anil dozens of Fort 7orth people with whom ath- ties is a hohby. This carnival Will be staged in the big arena L-J . II . S* V • ' . 1 •!. • ' - pbousands—-of people who wive never yet attended a stock ow and...

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