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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 April 1916

-4-y. * 1 hSM: NATURALLY OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING Increasing Sales, Larger Number of Customers. All pl^aseft because we have been! giving them Good Valises,, Courteous Treatment and Depenable Merchandise. Every week, and almost daily, we are receiving New Goods Iby Freight ansd! Express.- So in Order to keep up with the new things, and secure first choice., you should come in every week. | P1EM« EASTER We are showing a beautiful line of new materials for WAIS 0'S9 DRESSES and SK!R S3. ,f. Will you kindly give, us a look before making your order, 1 1 " 1 ■ ■ ri " 1" ■11"1' 1 " 1 ... Crosbyton Mercantile Company "We km Making Good" South SMe Square J.' W. Aynes, Mgr. money to loan I have money to loan on ranch or farm. You d n't nave to wait for an inspector. I do tnat Y u g vur raon-y without delay. Ask any bank in ount.v. Horniw now. Funds will be scarcer in midsummer. If vou o e <>n your Sand, Ret holder of notes to discount an 1 let me pay if off. You get all the time you^wan...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 April 1916

; : ^ "■ f© Wmmm WS 1;I '••THH,CM,SB YTON J&J&Us wV 1.'iiWkT ' at ,*• k>"*,F' 'IBr!'f'"" -*£ ..J ■ m coated, then ■RRR... m^oTv^m " and iitaiewhours.all .W&tQi'lQWMfo a ft Hammk-Mm&m m f£ - nothero give "California 'IBfecaUse it Is. perfectly iren love^arid^lfen^; feittijbtfMMeatM 68 and for grown-ups plainly Adv. , ic tannin, distilled from tar fitS. u — "A V**>1 able RfSE' ***• .. reliev chrn B:T~il I • 15!? ,i' > WO-T :'r;. ' ST- , ■ .'.V.S*™ !PggKK,l>®jpwsiS!9S?W.. .0 ,1 was' badly -run down, not o beayy work; suffered from kidney and liver in bad through the or two . np; -appe- MKSww-rww -w • B&CSrwf" s SwampJRoot I--ha\'e been of all the ifioTO11tr«mb 8vi I give the above testimony and ■era iaay.;.ba. benefited. n j«l%f§« "" waiK. yjilplib ... J. pscox, Atlanta,- Texas, and aworn to befoi-a me this 224 " h, 1915. W. F. CAMERON, mmm? ^fN>tE MAKING.! I ~ ' ' .V y stibf' "■ ^ x, in the late eightie a lot# voice w e ^eaJt America: a^i&eating ...

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

! s sts i t mm *■'. : . ,■ - -■ , i - ■ ' i • ' . ; "Kflfllfh" I i lay a wora p$p Myss J P- ..xasif, slugglak.liv,er 1,Jsteel ■ fine w pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- Mtoa. But dangaf.. «ek ftffl!™y6a mayloae a Calomel crashes Into sour bile like ■cramping. „ Ws^M«fgariint;mJo|] the nicest, gentlelt liver and bowel take if'' j|^il||^4)dd^^ Liver Tone. Your;, druggist or dealer Idver Tone ilh^e?~Sjy personal' money- feiiiipr srtfiffs "I like that man Jobbles." "Why?" "He's straightforward." * I; "That's queer. Everybody says he's j a crab." S than a dose of nasty calomel and that medicine. You'll know it nest morn- your headache and dizziness gpne, ^o^'ew reguJarf' cannot salivate. Give it to your chil- gerous calomel is almost s mmsst UN Don't S|ay Grayl MNSffiftUly TMt ■ ■ bod^r can Jell. «uh e RSI £ til 1- ill' I it I \£ §.'% St Darkens «jNo-mo' gray,.faded hair beau- iusjttoft8 ;aJwpst>^ Yo\ca: tifullj|& _ night ifybu'll "get" a "50-cent bottle' of "Wyeth's Sage and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 April 1916

mm , P. Herndon of Idalou was i Sa Lorenzo Monday, i > S. Smy. to Crosby ton Tuet> ter business intej E. I. Davjs RaitedI h^-biotM _ 588 EaSls Mohday<j:^||pH^^HP|l||||BH||Bip 3 finishing ^ K?^onlS5vSi -m >t Studio, Lorenzo, Tex Terrell at Crosby ton, return < -Who ha ife JiotE/AM and Nat Foxof ii®3p^taca<|o were in Lortivo Mon | Miss Anne Joneso^rosbytoIS is visiting her cousin Miss Mary Mr., and Mrs, Davip of Ralls TOr '* their weekly visit to Lorenl 1 m m Monday," sso was many . of South Loren esday greeting his . nf p_i,a were Sunday visitors in Esta visitor Tn our mm city Monday rs^riPHIVHH €a -ren were business visitors in Messrs A. I, Burleson and Gus feStiSj HU • Cia ren were bus Thursday, ■be Lorenzo mer in town, they can supply your wants, B. F. Howard of _, . I Iwfcre shopping in townj the first of ;, the week. _ ss ;r. and Mrs* A. W. McKelvy BK'C rl 1&10L gin Lubbock. ret to chronicile Mrs. J. erby ill; her many friends for her a speedy recovery. Mes...

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

—M x"' '' MS&B Huge Beast Cap- tured by Our Folks I of the Most Enthusiastic Chases Ever Pulled off In ill 'Crosby County,. .. . v' "v. mm imm •K lvfe-7.- v i i lil! .•■j v,:.v.. . ' I Hi te f) mi X Three of our most popular citi- zens— Rev. A. H. Isbell, C. C. Cherbonnier and prof. R. C. Carter—distinguished . them- selves late Tuesday afternoon by the capture of what they believ- ed to be a hew and very strange an exciting5 Automobile chase. . They were |on the road to Rails and a few miles out came upon some farm- ers!,who were giving., -chase to Mis strange animal, buc without success, and joining the chase ppy soon ran the animal down and captured it without much trouble. The—strange animal was securety tied with ropes and jtwijae and the - proud captors., triumphantly wended their way to town, bringing the object of 'llieir chase with them. On the v^ay they began to discuss be- tween themselves as to what kind of animal the "thing" was, and each seemed to agree that it evi...

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

' . i% I ,Yff 3 , "fjf V-- ij J® T^ mmmmmm wm 1 1 Hil Y " ¥■ I ' rt ' rv^s;.¥> | J 1 , . • Si J ■ SP.- v -& *■ ' •** • .«? _ ,.„: EVI E W r ^ * s ^ ?\ «^cf; Potato Do HE "' £ J ■Ifejl r Lee, Illinois, for 46 ever since. I iave Itad a. In 1914 { Ua J00 acre* Kb yielded 40 ;bushelB to 1.5ft: if'i like the country and my neighbours. My taxes on each quar. ter section (160 ires) are about a yearj This school tax, hail Fthing: There la . i like the laws ere is no compulsion ■ «* wmmm mmmmm just as by the laws-of the prov- re in our ol4 home in Illi- earn here is my own. children, and they take es W School, in sports and gatherings the same aa i born. , P, Tyadal. 9th, 1916." . .. ■ ■ . We reprint the following article, eomplete, without comment, from, the mess is Jtke ore, dig for it; " ' .. .f,,:>vv MORE 600D THINGS. < :,Aek Clous sandwich to serve with tea is this: Mix a fourth of a cupful Qt flnely ^opp^ Canton ginger with a third of a cupful of pecan meats, Add two table...

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

V : '■ .' * ; ; ■ ^ ' - ' . ■■ r 1 ' • ' ' Bill m1 •M ' : m Grip Still Q IfangingOn f Back aches?* Stomach sen- sitive? A little cough? No strength? Tire easily? All after effects of this dread mal- ady. Yes, they are catarrhal. Grip is a catarrhal disease. You can never be well as long as catarrh remains in your sys- tem, weakening your whole body with stagnant blood and unhealthy secretions. Y©ii: Need ^ PERUNA It's the one tonic for the after effects,©£ grip, because it is a catarrhal treatment of proved excellence. Take -it to clear away all the effects of grip, to tone the digestion, clear up the inflammed membranes, regulate the bowels, and set you on She highway fco complete recovery. Perhaps one or more of your friend©—ham*-found it valuable. Thousands of people in every state have, and have told us of it. Many thousands more have been helped at critical times by this reliable family medicine. PrepucJ also tablet lom hv yon? soswaaSosea, Poruao Compare Colusatao, ©Me Iffl 1 ...

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

mm i nmg W^mwpwSvB..,«,- IMHlHHk 1 WMi Mmmmi wMlS^HI I^PSwSpiWHr iSWi ' ' >/ ' m r Si; I v$ #S S™| 5k" iX J : •- •. &<**& — |J£? 3SS3SSS ■ g ^ "~ ■ r~ JBB >*... ■ .. • ' f. ' "" - <"--i^-' ■ V '''' ;"S^ - ■ ■ . . . - - - ade Witlt lJs You < A : fL § ^ pw;'7?f;;4ii:v /I ]\. 1;. '* ' Wltlv Us You Get the Very Best of Service! ■ ■■ , ■ ; . ' ' ■ ' 1 -•' ; .__., .i:,jAtjpYO0:;' GET THE. VERY BEST'GOODS — •--~ we get a Discount on Our Bills. We give our customers the Benefit of this Discount. THE BEST^FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY WEDNESDAY. Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce. . . . : : ■ —- i'1'"'mm"' /'"' y 1 ,n"f ' JiMli\iVBE-K ARR - CO.,: Dry Goods and Groceries, MElSt?, CROSBYTON, - - * TEXAS PHONE 39 „ \ / :'h •- ■ ' PHONE 39 sit . inlj lAjVl ii ,aod Every Friday - 3 UKlPPOU, . ' MW-.-NO.22..... ;, H J^.Ot) per Year " ipy 5c. cofld C.lass Matter Jan. ostOffiee at Crosby- ict oi Marco 3- mm mm ADVERTISING RATES week.; Half page ||S,ip9';:pe^^e5£, «nU page ...

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

ipr^ p-* -11 ,&*« If ■• 'tv J * 3M^ " W fSPMI' > 1 1 . ' I .jgjN - * " w * *?&*- ** s v *♦* 5^ v.^ ^ ^ r \. ; :." T < ---- -■. ;. •■ ^ . ■ . - <*,-. ■ . ' ' , . '-: .'■ £ ■ ' ." ■-:'. . ^-"■ . ' ;>•■ 8S1 ■ ' lips? Iff* |T ;. ' . 'V'' ■'. p JM- - wgB ■W~S^5'^ i U.J11 T H E CRQSBY.TON REVIEW iPHII If':";;"' .'^ f: ''v ".* i. . ■ Sales, Larger Number of Qustomiers. • All pleased because we have Been giving them Good Values, Coiirfefiiis Treatment and DepenabSe Merchandise.. r" m Every week, and almost daily, we are receiving & New Goods by Freight and Express. . So in order to keep up.with the new things, and secure first choice, you should come in every week. "prepare foe easter We are showing a beautiful line of new materials for WAISTS, DRESSES and SKIRTS. .Will you kindly give us a look before making your order. ■ Crosbyton Mercantile Company : "We Are Making Good" _ South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. ;®85a^ g®g®fiSfi8SSS®a®g®fi®®®gS®SfiS MONEY TO LOAN I ha...

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

I !WWnMIMIIM!|P11111 v.,'::;,;;- , < i ii 5£ a o/ Mystery SYNOPSIS. r •woman, flrida In if: a broken coin, the A 'dn which arouses ds her, at the order r, to go to the prln- ffen to piece out the the inscription. She Is and oil' arrival in Gretzhoffen "> i broken coin begin. CHAPTER LXIV, ■v-; MWim IpIS Sachio and Mlohael. .. VPI ... pitals of these j .cod oao mother i conflict as yejt undecided. Which U Ik 3' t s to which sur- 1 , / • nurou 2.0 doubt ed. Count Sachio, rest- ■ lens and energetic, already was taking j u/ Vtt ' < 1 upon the ■it Led to gov- at Gretzhoffen. do had prophesied— . of Michael left him open to ■on which came couched >.ud which offered no ■iges in his own per- il© acceded -readily > • > aposals of the Gra- u 1 jfthen the armis- -o two warring "coun- h a view to a formal and final . "dily oaough also lie admit- k ;; , o"wrn household,-the arch- plotter of the forces of his hereditary |Sfepy*&,- • opposed, indeed invited, Sachio way -.much...

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

-4 WW mm1! CROSBYT ON REVIEW s^yV'^vc)] 'i 1 •, "•' i ;«ii:®S \||V V J lii 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. TEE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. IS' KSfe U'— ' I f* rK Wm CIIKKINSII poiKaf FEEDING THE YOUNG TURKEY Breeder Should Remember, First ofi All, Never to Overfeed and Never Give Anything Spoiled. In feeding small turkeys, remember Bever to overfeed,-and ~aever to feed anything the least spoiled. Feed often (but very little at a time. Provide grit iand charcoal. Feed plenty of sour anilk in addition to fresh drinking •water. Mis a little wheat bran and tmiddlin^s with the cornmeal, moisten this a very little with sour milk and feed sparingly in low rim pie tins. In addition feed very sparingly of a little grain mixture as follows: Equal parts Fine Gobble( of lime, cracKed, untainted, thorough- ly dried corn and whea...

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

mfipmrnm rV y;^v;v > w Yum \ > <■ ^ > , 4j\ . u< _ u*~ r *,i; - * < : ,: ■ : ' -_~jl 's . $'' !iv$§2 $BPfal,',,:; ;'->7.;-'; ^v'^' !*Mg ■ . n h -- ij — * *SI mm "' « /VT I-r-i. ■v| sp — snMgyi Mr m w " 3. W . Har 7* . -g. "ednesday trip to B „ _ ler of Estaca- shopper in the ' , „ ," m of Estacado ay and Sunday vis- zo. of near Ralls'Was ''eviub ■ Lorenzo mei> .'FulHnj rs. Arthur Kelsey lis week. CM v'. V-- / ; « Y, , ' ofEsta- .......an, Misses i Vesta Terrell were o Ralls Saturday. \ "linhie Payne of done Lorenzo Wednesday er many friends. '; ■8? Irs, Franklin Me- rit Saturday night McLaughlin bome /. A. Wiley and wife of' Es-" " o spent several days, of-last m tne J. C. Cartwright "1, ■ . ;■ i Ouida Easter of Lubbock ;jng Mr. and Mrs. Jake 0. Hn the Kentucky Circle • - v.-- <-<v ■ "sses Nell and Minnie Dell - of Estacado, are spend- i week in the T, T. Easter me. ' ss Peggy Pittman, Crosby- i popular music tracher, was «t pleasant visitor in our Wedn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 April 1916

i'J BYTON PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT CROSBYTOI, TEXAS The Review is an eight page newspaper, chuck fullof good reading mat- ter of general interest The local items and Plains news are some of the lead- ing features of the paper. Subscription. $1.00 per Annum In. Advancer" The Crosbyton Review Office. It is the mission of the Review to keep its readers posted on conditions in Crosby county and if you are looking for a location in a new and promising country you can do nolfet- ter than to subscribe for the paper. It is acknowledged by all who have visited the Great Plains country of Texas that Crosby is the banner county of this great stretch of country. Until only a few years ago, however, it was given over to stock raising exclusively, but as the sturdy immigrant began to expand westward its fertile soil became known, and it is destined to be a- great agricultural country at no distant day, and when fully developed it will be one of the greatest garden spots of mother earth. The country is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 April 1916

.. •• ; Only Four of the Schools of the County Participating; mm SJ icrosbyton First . The Crosby County Interschol- astie League met at Ralls, Sat-, T urday, April 8th, with a repre- p sen tat ion of four schools: Cros- T byton, Gone, Ralls and Emma, We consider this, one of the most successful meets we have e/er attended anywhere in the State and also one of the most profit- able we have ever had. In con- sidering the fact tnat that this ]:[ school event is somewhat new in our county we have come to the conclusion that next year we will no fall short of the representa- tion of at least ten of our county schools instead of four. Patrons, boost your schools; schools boost : t vour patrons and let us make our meet still better. The winners in the events are as follows: • Running High Jump: Floumay Moore (Cone) 1st. Glyne Pass (Cone) 2nd.—uncon- tested. Girl's Junior Track and Field Events. 30 Yard Dash: Eunice Smith (Crosbpton) 1st; Ruby Stuart (Crosbyton) 2nd; Margaret Burke (Crosby...

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

' : ' ■ ;•/ ' -.1 :.;-.d*:"';-i ' 1 ' i---^..- r 5.. ', : va.< ' ■;■■;■•■ •. "f}ff|frTO IHi 'it-. -SWii P ra i n s Texas 0 u t h l@wspaii.fr People real APRIL 2 CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, FRIDAY, —T* - I ' 15 . . \fk if i Hi: The Time of Yeatv 11 iey i he Ibis ds are back ', ?he peach trees are in bloom, - v </ \ ii, ' >«■ -J ids on dirt With dusting pan and broom, Why, garden-making days are here ;!"-Ab sure as 1 am born, JSkjafl in a week or two at most, mSfljfh will be plowing eora.- '^Phe winter is behind us—yes! m The elms are budding out; 1 $ru} little fuzzyehitkeris, too, v. Are creeping all about'; * 'The. creek is laughing like a girl All through the sunny day, And in its silver ripples now The sun fish are at play. The rich aroma of the ground Perfumes the passing air, The grass is springing fresh and green And ail the fields are fair, The; nesting birds alive with love; Their tender wooings sing And human hearts are all aglow With beauties of the spring. Jake H. H...

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

'if «1l wmm a& '51 IsSSHHil M |v SfoJfcE. doctor said, and I . I tell every one If this letter will are welcome to use it" am's Vegetable Com- remedy containing £he jrties of good old faah- herbs, meets the needs system at this critical period . Try it . ■ Is any symptom In your ch puzzles you, write to E^Finkham Medicine msgsmx -'l th'lnk$she has made good as jpoon-as-she hypnotizes some young man into buying her an engagement ring. . • 1 _ am appreciative letter. • ——I- , £ jceola.Wis.,un- der date of Feb. 16, 1916, writes: S< ; ago I was troubled with MStfSM*1'' - - my kidneys and was advised to try ■HBjjjjl Dodd's Kidney Pills It is now three years since I fin- ished taking these Pills'and I have had no trouble with my kidneys since. I was pretty bad for ten or twelve years prior to taking your treatment, and will b&j that I have been In good health since and ablo to do considerable Mfc W. M Pagb It Is better to make a thousand mis- ■wwwamsBawMv , takes, and suiter a ...

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

i.' • - j <1*** :.• '*W< WKSaBSmmm WmSSBSmm SB* WBWff H ' i ■ "■ ts Roses in Your Cheeks Vv,<-■«• >"•■■<•■ ' . . ' mm III i ••; « | ' I?- V -* '"-V ■'' ■f* H" fc;. -. To'look one's best and feel one's best is to enjoy an Inside bath each dgjjning to flush from the system the •previous-day's waste, sour fermenta- tions and poisonous toxins before it is absorbed into the blood. Just as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount of incombustible material in the form of ashes, so th^; food and drink taken each<«day leav© in the ali- mentary organs a certain amount of indigestible material, which if not eliminated, form toxins and poisons which are then sucked into the blood through the., very ducts which are in- tended to suck in only nourishment to sustain the body. If you want to see the glow of healthy broom in your cheeks, to see your skin get clearer and clearer, you are told to drink every morning upon arising, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of ...

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

. TO"' s I Hit Ciwiral si mAmm of mm mm Pi rice fluri enormous! A&est. awmM##** r paper, ,s r j s, jpffi „ * , JA / !■ . t& i Ibm. v ,, «te®© ¥&:>3tM mmm-m ci" the ac t of vrtHjlt. Kalf paiie Sim per weak. Fourth page display HK>: ««*- SrlLS lis not s chiurchantl tending :« «l Ipritod Subject to ch t page-, when aft advertising matter wJl be • ismd eUotged for acKordiugiy. • directories will 1« cliatfied r immtii. All reading ts.ctc., where an odrais- n be charged for at t.tw rate same ns any other, adver- '' : _ TO THE P'J BLIC. upon the character,'. 0D9f any persoii. may appear of the peview will be gladly cor- brouglit <o the attention of the No. 2. Doily wnnrrJP&/' • , ' Excopt SirtuJay. Lv. Crosby ton A*r • ■ 3:00 P.M- IRalb tv. 2:26jP. M, :' hUtcW' " 1:35 P. M. Idalou " P1-35P.M. Lubbock 12:45 P.M. iedieotes atop onlyan signal. «ubU8 er on Southplains R Time Table M. m*.u- has caused envelopes llaer of mills to shut' down, prices of such paper have up ...

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

■ ■ ■ ■ ".. l. ■ . ■ . . * - ■.." ■■ ■ ■ " -""" " -, >> , • \ ' : —-- ; . •■ .; ;Si V. ■ ' « ' ■ " ~f~~* \' •''*'. i ,• '"'' '.," • "J ' . ,.-,;v. i^:.. i -. -^ ' :. •. ... . . "■;■■. ; - ■ •■ m$m ... ■ v ;V:;.'; ... ■ 7^-'-'-.;::'•■•;•••■/ .. I Save €1 j*';ij;--VJ' : \ ' ••■''>:•.. . , [ u> . Save One-Fourth On Your Hat TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW fl We will gave a 25 per cent discount on any Ready , Trimmed Hat in our Millinery Department. !fg|. -"~ — — —~ '■; — fefC" Choice of any man's Ready-made Suit $15.00. jrra ' Choice of any Ladies Coat Suit - - - $15.00 ■ Easter Dresses for Chileren at Fair Prices fill " , Ask to see our New Line Hosiery direct from the Factory. Crosbyton Mercantile Company ■, - ' "We Are taking Good" South Side Square ]. W. Aynes, Mgrc* money to loan I have money to loan on ranch or farm. You don't have to wait forlan inspector. I do that. You get your money without deljay. Ask any bank in Crosby county. Borrow now. Funds will be scarcer in midsummer...

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

copy tgtfr.i9i5.^ wright a.fiArreftSQN m JI ■■FfpSSi 1 g mitk"** rwsm t of a bro tmm ofcmi. ..goto the prin- P P1!?6 yrlption. She is In Gretzhoffen the secret I INSTALLMENT gjjjj Mil itm -time, occupied the minds r the~disappear- "Jty Gray and her Bervant, 4 Cortlslaw and his re- count Sachio. foregath- ilace rooms immediately $ acts which had meant efiortation. gone, then, Sachio?" de> ■ , \ s x>m a distance saw the two aboard la freight nets—as so . They went into the hold i Vessel beyond any question- er or not they come out again their concern, not ours!" m not1 so sure," Bald the old ;htfully, "not bo sure. True, lid ourselves of potential o, but at the same time we have ourselves of potential aid in not yet solved. They might have been useful, perhaps—" . lean the girl?" b. She has a mind, be sure of But what she might have done to us we may no longer ask wife profit—she now Is beyond our re- ct Is only as to her know! edge, whatever It may have been, of the broken coin...

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