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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

ill BIB—— IpHteaE •H. _ - . • ': '."< : ' « 5 ' ' ' ■ •.. ' - ~' ~«1HNI~ "'"" 1111111 r AM The Pe.p.e Of CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, Germany Heads List ■ of Loses With 6 0 Vessels Sunk, Captured or Interned Washington, March 20.—The European war has taken from the seas more - than 2,000 mer- chant vessels of nearly 4,000,000 tons, t according to figures pub lishe| today by the Department iU' of Commerce. Germany, with m i <J00 vessels sunk, captured or in- terned, heads the list of losers. Two hundred and twenty-five of the 500 British vessels lost were sunk by, submarines. Great Britain'p allies.jos-t 167 ships. Austria lost 80 and Turkey 124 The total of neutral losses is put at 736, but most of these Were released after being report- lied Raptured. Ninety-two neutral 1 vessels have been submarined and ninety-four sunk by mines. f Twenty-three have been dam- I aged by submarines and mines. $H| I, PI A.. Cotton, seed vendor from Sherman, was doing Crosbyton Saturday and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

>> .w ' rio i/OPACE MRO - --. 1915. ^5222^ Produced by tna ffiT li|ri wfl :-gieBiipe'.-!Dr>ttitt of tjtie Same ^arn©.- Produced I ffr* Universal Film Manufacturing Company, [ v- ...L:.- " - - SB&r/ 'i V . tn Mi a< -„ jpvr w^man, flnito to lialf of a-broken coin,«the gsfttss&a Nfffxtas. gjar""" ■"**. THIRTEENTH INSTALLMENT §§gr 4APTER XLVI. PHemii .# Process of Elimination. life*eapa: .l'! M weapon' o£ the renegade leader was aimed steadily enough. But §f|$ fraction of time In which Roleau changed the position he had taken saved the life of one man and cost that of another. It was the fellow thief, Blake's cbm- eadei fresh from the rendezvous, who fell under the bullet Intended for Ro- leau himself.' Blake sprang forward, groping un- der cover of the smoke, to flfld the : 7 boiiy of his enemy, stooped, paused, ipraitg back—it was not Roleau/but Us own man whom he bad slain! — Roleauby. this lime;" no more __ r aan a quick flash, of self-congratula- jton at his une...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

-JS7 ■X' ' " - CROSBYYON REVIEW , . . m&m % ■ ■ si mm w ''W. SV>«r "L' .* Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bqwels while you sleep. t ■Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dizzl- : AeaSj coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath—always trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. ■ Poisonous matter clogged in the in- testines, instead of being cast out of the system-is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain .tissue it causes con- gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick- ening headache. Cascareta immediately cleanse the stomach, remoye the sour, undigested ..food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the" constipated waste matter' and ©bisons in the bowels. I - A Cascaret to-night will surely - straighten you out by morning. They 1 work Whilte you sleep—a^lO-cent box |p(raji2i your, druggist means your head : clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

SiJ 3T : ilillia ISfilSl S iSSil Si i:'ii:r.:- AA'/aia - " ffi MMBi t ■ '*"■ ■', W&.'mmmrnWM iPMI? ii ■' <H> ' ■ , ' V ®v"i' , i 1> • l^SH^ ■ St ^gllii ,.,,,,,,,.T?r>r.V,, f,^;,. ! WM.n>V|J, ;:|.i...M|... ^n.l. . •'"• '-VW'V "■/"V's'J^ 3 • •' o >;■■■-.■'' -TT-T 3iUf «! Ul . ,TT -,..rv II "tvcff'sm mmmffm Leave Crosby ton 9.*o0 a. ni Arrive Roaring Springs 11:30 a. in. Leave Roaring Springs 1:30 p. m Arrive Crosby ton 3:30 p. m. ^/■■yauiiyiauouiiiM ' ■ & 9 w 'A-L > -rx- '\ ' ' ._ .., , z'~> «w0, W, . X- 0§ft$|P 1 ' IS. "I better buy now. ~ -*« \jf\ I mis * mmmmm £ Fare One Way $3.50. Fare Round Trip $6.00 wmm ' ' 'I /'■'. . "■ * ' ■ ■'• - . ■ / - ■ .•, ■' ,-'• ■ TO I , n , ,, a„,. We are always glad to see any Mm Immm s wiH be cliar of our rbrothers prosp* <Tin:t and advancing and of for m SI i".f< h-s rntc course - we , note with pleasure 'il*< L' ih-M i iVT WaiTAn #>Hi nr nf I hnf .. , T. M. Warren, edi or of that excellent paper, the , C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

m •t « ■ - ; i&p'i ,'•' '■->. "j '• ■; 7: ; •' ' am . cam. • ■ _ : IFirikin i m u w a* ma i «« ..... ' „•.:— Corlee [Trousers for Boys I. CtsiieejSuits for Boys Curlee Pants for Men Curlee Suits for Men Guaranteed to be Absolutely Satisfactory, S2.50. £3.50. S3.0 0 BY MRS. J. T; BUCK. . TELEPHONE 22- 2R. SPRING PLANTING. Plant the seeds of kindness vr.here you pass along; - "V--r Keep .the note of courage always in your song; Though the fates may drive you on ctay by day, Spr< d the' cheerful gospel as you go your way. Plant the seeds of -friendship every where you go, In the days that follow they will grow and grow, Preach the creed of good will all along the way; You may be-returning from defeat someday. - Clipped We have included in our p irehases that very pop- ular line THE-CAUET HOSIERY, for men and women, boys and gins. Ask to see it. GEO. P. IDE shirts for men. IDE shirts are as good as the best. "The New Madam Grace Corset" to lit all forms and sizes will- please ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

mi m H :ROSBYTON REVIEW M Si 'U- -"-'• *wx>rkfceariy W#5| live on a farm and I havefour girls. Idd all liy sowing arid other Work with their help, so it real well, I took when iny ten year old aid it helped me a lot. my oldest gifl take it • lots of good. I keep it in the time and recommend DBwrrT Sincbbaugh, West Y. V shess, nervousness, irritabil- s ^e, headaches, dragging sen- all point to female derange* ?Wch may,he overcome byLydia o's Vegetable .Compound. aqua remedy, the medicinal Merits of which are derived.from __ 3ve roots and herbs, has for forty WiS|^^p0K«red tobe amoatvaluable tonic igorator of the female organism. Sv£ry#here bear willing testi- the wonderful virtue of Lydia jam's Vegetable Compound. ■ Senator Smith Confident of Dem atesman Points to thi &* |wirrf!- l|MRHpi|pt>on. - 1 ■, ' Uai ' WM$. cus A. Smith of ArJ- ecently at Washington for the session. He went to Kentucky, his native stater £0 attend his broth- QV, who iuui beou seriously ill, and then ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

. O# REVIEW * 1 Guarantee "Dodsotfs Liver Tone" and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had- .— • - . Calomel makes you sick; you lose a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel injures your llvwp. ' If you are bilious, feel lazy, slugglBh and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach is sour, just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating . calomel, Dodson's Liver Tone is real !|lyer medicine. You'll know it next morning becausp you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and rlizyinpRK gnnn your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Ypur druggist or dealer sells you a SO-cenrbottle of Dodson's Liver Tone nil Give You the Best Liver -Don't Lose a Day's Work! under my personal guarantee that It will clean your sluggish*1 liver better than nasty calOmel; it won't make you sick a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 March 1916

®CV:sT :-'Vr/W-'.W- « jt U S , T( - U '• ' m " rv THE CROS B-Y T 0 N ifsfjfe green streamers and shamrocks ...,., ,M...Vl M ,~ d , | wiiP&lfP H Vh-.'jv J ■: ': '■•■ •l MM kf® PSP ¥:.>.: - m s£ i . ■ j Wright of |tfb I on* flfE-ta- rdav visitors in 1M:' ir-1 Henry Smyer sitors in Peters^ Rfc'r <-y; -I of near Peters- •I#in • , „ h., II lard and Robert „ _ to Sla- Sunday aiternoon. IjtocK is vistLinvf in the T. T. Eas- ome this week., id Mrs. R. L. Bowman were shopping and vis- i Lorenzo Tuesday. Mrs. Robert E, H >ops has re- plppi^^iome'from a severaljdays visit to friends in Amarillo. Mrs- Jennie Ellis returned ,ywy.vgS^jtiaie;Monday afternnon from a Visit to relatives in Lu bock. > Mr. Mrs A Lee Nohle and children of Estacado were shopping in Lorenzo Saturday. •. and Mrs. Henry S. Smyer Jim I .•andon. were busi i jess s in Crosby ton Monday. : :iie Hi iifcsori returned Sat- urday from Fort .Worth where '' -J shipped a ea*-of sheep. '. and Mrs. W. E. McLaugh- 1®! F B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

g|g £g \ I 1 ' } a newspaper'for All The People,^ e 6 reatSoath VJL 8. CWSBYYdN, CROSBY COUNTY, FRIDAY, MARCH 31,191€ mm as ¥■"> Ife ||fJudge Pink L.Parrish IpSu. Se@te Re-EIectlon. | In the proper place in our an- nouncement column will bp found the name of Judge Pink L, Par- rish as a candidate for re-election tothe office of County Judge, subject to the will of the Dem- ocratic voters. Judge Parrish is one of Crosby county's earliest and most honored citizens. He came to the county .with hi a father about fifteen "years ago without a dollar, and by close application has made a success. He became a school teacher after reaching his majority and eight .fears ago was elected County Judge,, and for each succeeding term since has been re-elected. He now seeks election solely £>n his record and asks the voters to closely investigate same. As County Judge he also serves as ex-officio County Superintendent of Education, and during his ad- ministration the schools of the county have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

mm MM r&iifclst ; — , < "■ •-, ■ Hr" , « I THE CROSBYTON R E V I E'W Ml 0/mGm P-'-m mm mm Wt 881 . • * : ■ SSI MM SlPSt . ■ ■ ■LI mmm m mM * that us and ,j:runa tablet form it la e rem«yi| v^stwryoy tocheck an^ , :at the very onse* I ^uartfagamslcoughf what "" usalfest: Cata the brer'1-: Is;, P«R-R!iVDY-TO-TAICE I prompt action makes It ln- ^fr^tabla lov men and women ex- to sudden, changes in the ai^^^o^mpeO^ to^ out in | &lOBh' SXli It will also be found most aatls- j|P^iy:a'#'ii'tonic following an a®- CARRY A BOX1 ), Travelers and others com- ong drives in the cold and i whose occupation subjects him to idea colds may use,It as- a that; the eare frotn the same formulary I medicine with its ((" years of «efore the American Public. ■ ■ ■ ' „ i " IK i' cnas . awfl .......... JHPHRRIIH t _good-fellow8h1p. Never pol- th the cares of life. SH DISHES. We may now have nearly ail* vati- eties of fish canned which formerly - were t0 be \ ob- tained only in cer- tain localities. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

. , THE CROSBY TON REVIEW - I .Hi' .'jiwiiiliiiii if mi i ■ III HI I'liuiii.iiij.iiiiiili. ii ilii|iiii.i),]iil>:iii.ilii;, 'I Ji. H JJIIiniimmii 111 illiui 11 mil 11 J^Niuliluu .|l ML ' . .1 "imigwi..i iii'tyi'i; Win .iiiiiMJrt|iii iiniji,. 1 . I) ji. InliiijMi) H.ii^ii m. i iim.iVi miiiii^linihjsmiyiliii) i.iiii ■ ' •; ■ 3M mi s&JsK1 a pay's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels- Qonstipated Take "Dodson's liver Tone."—It's Fine! 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 because you will wake Up feeling fine, your liver will be working, your: headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regtilar. YbiTwili feel like working; you'll be cheerful;' full of vigor and ambition. * V Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless and can- noil salivate.- Give it to your children! Milliens of people are using Dodson's Liv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

•< iMl'ttS&V wmmm •fii f gpgi ,v, m jp |||lf^'l \ v 1 ' '«f j^MSc?" ^ Tv-iK^ /' Ml in ffi ^ ^ jar~. IS : a ttlTI"S • •■ ^ ij ffl ra r-T —t r ■ " iri :,'•,*.■V ^ ® BfeJ .■\ . " . I HHm ljfel#g for this year's crop, and if you would gather your own crop, you had better buy now. - = -* ° z - Line Car I : P"" PMmi iMS'ms !p tho: fcrpto. when WJ1he mmrn .aseplay adt «<J, S3.00 . r. ia^feg|5 S'feiver it > y 'Ho tits } •. " tim&'ia '.;' tufeTft] raRV ,viUi«Ss' <$> Leave Crosby tori 9:30 a. m. Arrive Roaring Springs 11:30 a, m. Leave Roaring Springs 1:30 p. m. Arrive Crosbyton 3:30 p. m. . " ■ Company iirectories will bc/cliarfied r montli. All reading lits, ctc.. where an ndmis- 1'or at tiw rate THE GOSPEL TRUTH. Let it sink/deep into yourj^erday^ hearts that the merchant who j... advertises is the one thatcan de JudgeS. II. Madden was here from Anlarillo on business yes- Attorney Lloyd A. Wicks was here yesterday from Rails on professional- business. <§> Fare ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

TELEPHONE 22 BY MRS. J. T. BUCK, FOR THE LIVING *k +Y* «*>£♦ ♦t* «pt'« «^v o-Vif «•,/ , To Deliver the "Qoods! ' *-"'■■*'"" Cfi ' mm n Prepare for Easter 1: P iv • !i URLEE S2.00.Sa50.S300 PANTS Curlee Trousers for Boys Curlee Suits .for Boys Curlee Faults for Men Curlee Suits for Men Are Guaranteed to be Absolutely Satisfactory. rt t ■ ff M % We have included in our pun-liases that very pop- ular line THE CADET HOSIERY, for men and women, boys and girls. Ask to see it. GEO. P. IDE shirts for men. IDE shirts are as good as the best. "The New Madam Grace C-orset" to tit all forms and sizes will please you. Prices .$1.00 and up. Our Miliinary Department ' Is about the busiest place in Crosbyton..' "We pleased your neighbor, and would be -de- lighted to please you. New goods for this department every week. Ready-to-Wear A good line of Children's- Gingham Dresses from oO cents up. A very pretty line of childrens White Dresses, for SI.2o and up. l/.tdies House Dresses $1.50'and up. A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

lift • 1- ■ 1M \V. my!# mmm EMERSON HOUGH xJo by o/ Mfsteryt and. Adventure ■■■-■ * 5% • • :■' v,; . . ... . * ... : \j ■ ' ' ' ■ ' ' . ' ' ; .. ' ' ' i . 'N ?-^iMi^i■•rajiai■• -- i"-,J'i-ri"t«MjiMiiii.* arijr-r""---- ' "vrni.uii trriqTr. u.:::,,,. '. _ —- ————1—-—-r~ ........ _ (•qumiM f Mi'Da!* Iinao ha<m . < f>.«+ I VlnvilntiM InnlnttK <5# th* Other. ftXld *l""'"""','~""*",i""* "™ I"III, ...iI>nn..ii.*l 1J..J\. 'I iTr. U ' fill jg ' 1 a curio Shop isalf ot a broken coin, the ' . . , ImutHated Inscription on which arouses iier .curlbsi #pkfity"?of M1 ■■ her advB| 191& b/Wrigbt A. EMtenop^.. Produced by th® Universal Film Manufacturing Company. ployed into action in regimental front, the leader chee< • :>en on into the charge. They met the advancing infantry of Grahoffei/, many of them with their rifles unloaded, depending upon the bayonet—met them, and rode them down. The line of assault, unsuspecting this new resistance, re- coiled and turned. Kitty had p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

dPC 1 >W < >f •( ■" ' if* J • it ; , u* ^y, ' % 7' -V ^ 'W , ' : ■ ' • ^ ; ■ '■■■/■ ' " "•' . ' " m \— SI ■1, ■ i i Immm THE C R O S BiY T Q « MHH __ ___ 4 DRINKHOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST ;V|i 1 f £ — Says yoU really feel c!eane sweet '' p and fresh inside, and are seldom ill. WiM r ••' If you are accustomed to wake up -with a coated tongue, foul breath or a dull, dizzy headache; or, if your !?als Bour and turn into gas and afcid's, you have a real surprise await g you. Tomorrow morning, immediately up- in arising, drink a glass of hot water frfvith a teaspoonful of limestone phos- ©hate in it. This is intended to first aieutralize and then wash out of yohr stomach, liver, kidneys and tairty feet of intestines all the indigestible waste, "poisons, sour "biles and toxins, thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying tfhe entire alimentary canal. Those subject to sick headaches, backache, bilious attacks, constipation or any form of stomach trouble, are mrged to get a quarter pou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 March 1916

-v sl-y n ■ Oscar Been an mm® - - Wamm . * ../V ':: ' ■' • ■ ' \ , :. .. ■ ■■ ■' ■ •. ■, ; ; ' -■ ' . * ... ' , 7 /■ I' T * - ^ ;IV f ' j J ri "* , I « f ssif1 1 \s:r m^wtw " , ■ - • v t * ?.J |W * 1 i v *'<4 v« I §#SpS H 1 , f^sBB! Iff £g m h* si' I . 7 i- ■ ■■<* : J| • i! ■ ni ' 1 V - ;■ . m' -.THE: CROSBYTOH REVIEW v -.;/ . ■■ ■ ■;■■ ■- ... w.-y: .-• ^ . • v ■ -.y - r BSisslosarySocIety Motes The Woman's Missionary Sen; cietv of Lorenzo., met Tuesday, t March 28th, 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.. B. W. Wilkins. Those present were, Mesdames Harrison. McKelvie, McLaugh- lin. Reason, Smaihn, Wilkms; .M Misses .Vesta-and Myrtle -Terrell Tbne-mnjfeea F. indicates step only on signal week.^™ ; ■ ■ jarson transacted •osbyton Mondav. Snowden of Es*a " g in Lorenzo J. Farrar of Estacado urday of last week in j. J. Cleveland- byton were Friday vis- oar town. ' issrs W. T. Dunn and Glenn ,• of Crosby ton, were bus- , visitors in Lorenzo Tues- " . ' ;' \r *" -an«^7W; HrRobertsnn 3uth Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 April 1916

,, , J > J , >„ h -> ^ ^ V4 \i + ; •■'w ■ fcfa& " <■ „ ™ - 1 ' --V" 2/ r J J X '■■■ .:■■ : "vr':" /,■ ' ■«;§-:■■■ ■■ ■- t m • : ■ - : ■ ? r ~ ;— • r- nmm m 111 fig p -i , m i JL. Plains Texas o utfi People SB CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916 '.v '- ti •) §p • • • -Jefterscholastfe-"- ' . to Meet at Lubbocif. The L|Ubbock scholastic, District Inter- League, embracing |.ii id urftlw P «h JI. * tow Dawson, Floyd,* Games,, Garza, Hockley, Lamb,' Lynn, Iff 11 ©5' ami Yoakum eets at Lubbock April 14th and (i5th. railroad rates have n secured for this occasion. the following program has n arranged;.. g:t apeil 14TII, 8 p. M. 1 Chorus, by fifth grade, Lufo- 1— . : 2 Invocation by Rev. 0/ P. Kiker. Announcements bySupfc. M. M. Dupre, Spelling contest, • Mr. Lewis, director.. |||> april 15th, 10 a. mo Basket bail Base ball 8 Tennis > 4 Debating and Declamation 'Try-outs. , apml 15th, 1:30 p..m. Athletics class A and class B. 1 Hundred yard dash. 2 P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 April 1916

imHNKHIHMP wmm HI R3I mom I is; tario qK e room, hulMnoaning In S; • •• i* H RHH «. effect!" Hls? irusty alt loi . J j ■■Vl out of one corner taf the rdom, As He~knew :whsrit ■was shiff ^Bar It"'Decide then. WW> f) ^ " '< :; « ,:'} ■ •'• ,np ."Ken MS «*.?«?£IS iE^Ei^FIS'^SlSf«-:fii^*i *'i£i'';M¥le"'rln:nel* ' cuamoejTj "SI liEKGH^INSTflLyKEN^ ''Luckily it was built for precis^'!^'SuriJi' 4'?* ■ .iHt'fjy Jfa'te^^omia, , U , VI , V ic-rosefTOajfiBty; sit; ft' "not vbew&ath.1 your. dig*. hasten. s.Qfy," '.ii'fimim fp,oraa§d temmtos ppd by countless vague fears coaled- & .^th^? #u^9iyj|g^ <w rM?g£ I LJtWm T:-rT7* ™ii T "Vrf+"= i&§0ly .■ s#i •;. i c* tj, r ui^Saibf feip MlM,*1 Wumm ffl8r&; B&i tiMtjmmpS STh%^FbfiitofeflI{ uiabhgimmkiiblmiMlMm IdwMeopss ade ccnvemtioU< wtipttssfMp; BUt-i ree oecupjratBTOttfce^car VsmstL 111 pOMf 0 .H$f otpr msgfpp ,at Vwet curl ry, liu ,<m \& sis mmp^n 0 r t il«Wii 4PHc*MMi*aiM! , . ih s eodv^fsvft J3 regipns Whosetr...

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

k " |§ ' ? r' hMH 4 fpHflB * 1 'S 1 * § * ® 1 * 11 I i Iff 1 H I * ' . ' <■ t I , i 1 rfs, . ,v / :■ v'^ . ' • ■ ' • : . V ■' r ' ; • ' ': ; • f|l«|OS0 TV® ®OKlE5VaiW rn*mmm "IIU allow! lisMan gi m^e^ht Sttsffeis tovtne*H^ season, th© 8umme%fallowIng fesJs the as, it not iflsLrae man^lreeds 'h t An ;he moisture, ^Jwelbby sto ture use, writes George E. Owen in § A em* ■:A . &SKSS JNTY JA > M .■■ V I i! Removed,, M «| the foot- Durtng the prevalence o d-mouth disease in somej 3 .United, States,- an m mm go-was- *yyf£ T3 H&s#3rsJ$3a a war ouSdrf 'nfiiwD id! ffeslftiJi onomi<| benefits Easily Recogpi f S©<|fel|<ioi^ditions I &IIUUUlurf S \jgt u %w^ **0? ■ - USsam^JssJ^sJlJkSmaanLA. •SlSSEiSS SSffflSPSSSHWSSBR^^K; It ** i wamm i&gs® ftftfip I Si: aced is also had an effect ents to Canada, and necels; bargo^waa, placed, .upon 4hemy--mak- g 'it' allfi^irTffi^istBWTor^ITpwaTiSa [f a year to ship cattle into Canada, om the United States. This was, cially hard o...

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

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