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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 April 1916

1 I The Agricultural Review A page which will hie 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. L:: pk- bf < 1 1 Wi 1 ; |m /' IK -V-' '■ ; > ||§w- ■* t 1 Jmmkl -T n J'; I lllfll pSSIf Wmm III'- FARM POULTRY WINTER ROOTS FOR POULTRY ffowls Relish Beets and Turnips as Substitutes for Green Food—- ; ^ ^ Better to Feed Raw. Turnips and beets are good green food substitutes, and fowls relish them. They can be fed by cutting, in half and allowing the fowls to pick them ft> pieces, or they can be ground ftne in '-a bone cutter and fed in troughs. If is better to feed • them raw than cooked. Turnips contain 90.6 per cent water, •&8 per cent ash, 1.3 per cent protein, 1.2 per cent fiber, 5.9 per cent nitro- gen. Sugar beets contain 26.7 per cent water, 9.2 per cen^ ash, 1.5 per cent fiber, 9.9 per cent nitrogen free- ex&g...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 April 1916

mWMi rnrnm 4 ■ / ■ A f% E CROSBYTON REVIEW " . ' .■■■• ■; ■ • ' : - b IP^pi .''':'' P^SHi' HpwiPfl me thirty-one ys . moral citizen 7^7 , -> . , i W00$®m8%i West Texas R. Gxlstrap, Naples, Texas, (CopiedfrofuHoli /Home and State.), them crooked ife: However, I joined _ tist ehurchj at Omaha, .'when I wasjl4 years old ^ Hved a fairly good Christian iap, iintil X was 20 years old. Some- iMng near this time I began to drift from bad to worse. On the n one of my I - 11 - • <- <■ ^bout 3,000 gallons of whisky tiend^ink. so) many frietjcls, I wmm ' which of eourseffl(| ' , , ' Caused (naturally family rows, I^ow, BlrlS Wm inow that there sire peoplej who •can't see what a man that (jlaims ito have any conscience and any degree of intelligence at all (would stop to do this kind of dirty jwork. You will be surprised to know I . can't give any explanation that would be of interest to aijy one except that is due to keepirjg bad company/ and, sooner or later, . will bring any nian to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 April 1916

SfeWWv: • ■ '.' X 3# — * . ■~*~~r" •:': -- : ■ • • . ' V ■'■ ' ;; :; ' , . mmm 1 / ■ 1 1 H I EP'"'\W> 1 ! 1 ! -. - ■ 1 : fbv'" 1 r mm Mf||| I M ( M§: i 'mw^d - ,"<-*? tt&zzi **.— News pap . 8. "tri f ?! e P e o p 8 e Of The G reatSootfB Plains Of Texas CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TD£a§9 FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1916 Hp' ; Cr-v |f;; i ■fa m v j in Horses Mutes Nowadays mm Nebraska People Celebrate . 41st Wedding Anniversary On Tuesday night., April 18, 1016,'-about sixty friends and rel- atives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Matthew to help Mr. and Mrs. E W. Fowler of Arcadia; Neb, celebrate their IBlit'f - m a ., no j forty-first wedding anniversary: Fort Worth, Texas, Apn ^ . jvlr. E. W. Fowler was united /%4? 4>U/a TjljivtAnQon IX7Q1* ! . in marriage to Miss Viola Elliot at Pitcavin, New York, April, 18 , i ,\u ifu'WKUSnereas- pug Demands lor Animals both ^^^ntltag-and. Domestic uses \$0i 1 ||j|e effect of the European war j ~ and the Mexican punitive expedi- ll lion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 April 1916

' ' ' • , >'t tu ,.|t;«f, .iJujjij n<a*kr ', "Av'/V-'■.-:; ";/ ■' . / - ■&. THE CSO S E Y flrii 'l il , ' "* r -Si.) V Itl' f \ if f"i ' "■ ' \| ' * ' } 1 ^ ' I1 I >1 & ; \lf" \M% I ^ m >/A I J I ' ' * r 1, * .V"5 V ' ■■ ' ^ .. .. ■ ' /. . ■■ te Broken Coin From the Scenario by tu I •' ' Cunard Siii^ w"1'® 1 h?iwL'ii t A. Pattereon) tfao Motion Pictures Drama of the Same Nam*. Produced by th* Universal Film Manufacturing Company. 1 ". SYNOPSIS. spaper s oman. find# In coin, the arouses ids her, at the order I k§w &i 1m chaalnar the secret INSTALLMENT CHAPTER LVI1, — A Tartar Taken, {mademoiselle!" exclaimed, Ith the smile which Kitty well learned how to hate as dread. "At last! You are but as the maxim makers perseverance at length wins reward.': Well, then," she began, facing him, — bay, her hands clenched,, her eyes Sashing. "What is it that you wish?" "Ah, well, many things, my dear," oald Sachio, coolly. "But especially 1 desire all the knowledge you have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 April 1916

e *Ewwra«H| ! | |§| P" , TO N MV j. m- * 7:r ; ■ ■-- K Good Demand for All Farm " 1 Products. l2 .&V-V is no new experience £Qr settlers {located in a fertile country such as Western Canada, where lands may be SjoiigM at very reasonable prices, to llpfjbarveBt a crop that in one season pays le entire cost of their farm. Undoiibt- dly this was the experience of many ..farmers during 1915, but one instance 9 .may be quoted. A settler who came, JgPfoa Canada from the United States ■some years ago decided to add to his Holdings by buying an adjoining quar- section near his.home.at Warner, $20.00 an acre, with terms spread ,' «over a period of years. He got the tend into a good state of cultivation a/tid last spring put the whole quarter ^■"' iflecflon in wheat. When the. crop was ^• '■-threshed he found that it only toolc - ftalf the wheat on the farm to pay the whole purchase price of it; in short \ #~single year's crop paid the cost of land, paid all the expenses of op- '©ration a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 April 1916

mm iiiiis m ■ m 'MimmfmRBm m ■pn fjsji uatffl H ip hHRIRRR|RRH m HI ■ 1MMI IliMe lis 5 mm ' *T 8 8 C $ O S*B Y T 0' N RIV IE Sill KitoToiaiPi n iliYwa,! iiH-r--! ■■! •-n B; I uTiff i'm rriliVi Ifl li ii I '• i' w V; mSm SmeSM m . Lmdse^mas here Saturday from Ralls on business and honored the Review with a plei&mt visit, ^ -v> -* My r_i \'j ■ v '1 f >' _ D. H. Cantrell who recently oveti to the East Plains' from Hill county, was trading in town Monday. E^^pfeitt,of.the lls Ban- TES ' ' • ! ner was a prominent visitor to •- ^,ftpage 5OT-$ty first of the week. * 'in2 E- B. Gierhart of Emma was •~J —''",o in town Saturday and honored the Review with a call. The household goods of B. H. Howard came in first of the week from Stamford and he and ling on the first pa&>. when ■1 all advevtUiine mattei Will be I charged for accordingly, i ;I<Wae <3irectories will lie; charged $1 per month. AU reading inmcnts, etc.. where an ntlmis- iwiU bo chgrgcd for at tho rate •' no ...

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

Hill . . , 3l 4 ■ GOOD MERCHANDISE At Low Prices ■_ mm ;. . .'V/ ; ' * Wk I TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW j|J: We will gave a 25 per cent discount on any Ready §Jj Trimmed Hat in our Millinery Department. Choice of any man's Ready-made Suit $15.09. ._ Choice of any Ladies Coat Suit - - - $15<,00 — 1 11— ——— " ~r Spring Dresses for Chileron at Fair Prises f'T > Ask to see "our New-Line Hosiery ■ :. ' direct from the Factory. Crosbyton Mercantile Company ' : "We Are Making Good" South Side Square • J. W. Aynes, Mgr. mtWBBBKBBBKei'SSSKattMkmaat'tsBmas^KBsass © t ' , MONEY TO LOAN I have money to loan on ranch or farm. You don't have to wait for an inspector. I do that Y«>u get your money without,delay. Ask any bank in Crosb.v county. Borrow now. '.Funds Will Beisearce'rnTiTi'idaummer. If you owe on your land, gef holder of notes to discount and let me pay it oft'. You get all the time you want, with payments to suit. PINK L. PAKRISH Crosbyton, Texas J| THE gfe Rf:S BYTON.ftEtlEW 1 11! ...

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

BBMMi . v-_;« -. ■■ - i;- - W ■ mil I ■ ih N REVIEW •v. Sil . ■■: ; - "• -v: •' hmhhi mmm drink efcir rea water each RKP j^*"' WBm RUStOF RHEUMATISM ; m. e of Prttoo Importanco—Dra^ Should len it burns, leaves mount of incombus- ie form of ashes, so ik taken day after flay ilimentary tanal a cer- ^ indigestible material, T completely eliminated .comes food for the mil- "efta which Infest the bow- Ms mass of left-over waste tins and ptomaine-like poi- ' uric acid, is formed and 1 into the blood where it i circulate, collecting grain : in. the* joints of the . body o rust collects on the hinge n above. id women who suffer from 'rheumatism' or sore, 'Stiff, ">Iifts should- begin drinking id hot water, not.as~a~mearis ie relief from pain, but to pre-. ore uric acid forming in the . Before eating breakfast each ' drink a glass of real "hot a teaspoonful of limestone ate in it. This will first neu- ize and then wash out of the stom- aeh, liver, kidneys and bowels the pre vious day's ac...

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

■■■ ilS f: * iHis Beautify Your Hair! Make Fluffy and Luxuriant—Try the Moist Cloth. . i % r H I II liip jM i W&Bk 2 Mi ? % . as you will, after an application of Danderine, you cannot find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and scalp will not itch, but what will — please you most, will be after a few .weeks' use, when you see new hair, • fine and downy at first—yes—but real- ly new hair—growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately dou- bles the beauty of your hair. No differ- ence how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is im- mediate and amazing—your hair will • be light, fluffy and wavy, and hav,e an appearance of abundance; an incom- parable luster, softness and luxuri- ance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any store and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any—tha...

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

•• •• •• ./.< S&J WMnsmu^mssm day in Lorenzo Farmer was m maim in town Benton and wives of Rails sto. in Lorenzo for a few hours * WmmwW —muMgi i' - , * R v r t <l } i the ceosbvtm. )re view TpMpi' ffn "" ' 1 * PP^pt*. Mpippi^ I m mm I 1 I 3?he Womans* Missionary So- eietymetTuesd.jr, April 25 at the home Of urs. F, M. Mc- Laughlin. The following, pro- m was ren^^ri* Citation by Publication. f | . . W® Bin : ier of | in ;Lorenzo Thors1- ■ * " Mis was a PWBM 3. J. R. Alexander of Cros- i visited friends in Lorenzo Ellis of Lub- reiatives in Lorenzo rrer and wife of fagar.-— ^■■pstacado were, visitors in Loren- >Tuesday. i Green Harrison of Ralls iiis son, Dr. Frank Harri L. Bowman ., ere guests in the Ter- - Tuesday. ^ 'earson returned home esday from a visit to .n Plain view. John A. Dillard and " H. Robertson made a sr to Lubbock last Thurs- H llMiMiliBHHBHI |"W.TP- Fullingim of Sstacado has been a business Write them *"11#: city the past few particulars Frank Dees and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 May 1916

mm spaper people Tit e 6 r e at So at h PI a i ns Texas ggMBMi . . v, - ' . .' , ' VOL 8. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS; FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916 -Parrfet! Is ®0B. lit! Courtesy and mention at Opening Speech by Large CroMd. $iva. ursuant to the challenge re- yissued by Judge Pink L. sh to Julian M. Bassett to ,te on the question of the missioners' Court to proper- ly furnish the Courthouse and take care of the yard, and their . failure to build the four cardinal roads from the county seat, the | first meeting was pulled off at t the Self School house which is about fifteen miles southeast of Crosby ton. A . large crowd of Crosbyton people accompanied the debaters to the scene of ac- tion, and upon arrival there found the Self schoolhouse crowded to its capacity with men, women and children, drawn together by the celebrity of the debaters and importance of the questions debated. Prof., Bran- neh of the Self school introduced Judge R. A, Wallace, who pre- sided during the debate. Judge W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 May 1916

MM ttiits g§ pi. | | . <i? ,-i '« H • i an ■p r 35 C'R O V^' ■■-r-■" 'ON UEV XE^iV iiSi!i is even as lie pushed her back Of Mm tod faded the strange being from whom she had escaped.- Once more Kitty felt surge across her the feeling that after all, she was weak, and always must be weak; whereas, he, her late enemy, was strong and always would be strong. She was content to cower down behind him and leave the event to him. The noise of the oncoming melee be- hind them grew in volume now as Count Frederick turned to face the shaggy figure of the man who but now had been the captor of Kitty Gray. The muzzle of the pistol pressing to his face spoke louder than any words —seemed, indeed,! to. restore to him a part of the reason he had. lost through dwelling here among the savages, on a shore upon which he had been cast unknown years earlier. He threw up his hands now. "Avast, there, cap- tain!" he cried. "I surrender!" "Who are you?" demanded Count Frederick. "Or what are you?" The hal...

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

The Agricultural Review 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 FAIR'S OWN PAGE. an -Secure yellow-yqlked egg SI Poultry Department of Iowa State Col- t <• lege Tells Secret—Feed Corn ' )' With Clipped Alfalfa. Si Eggs with a richly colored golden yolk, from a market standpoint, are Stnore desirable than the pale-yolket1 "variety. Due to lack of green rang^ Seed In the winter, such eggs are not normally laid during cold weather. To produce,, them, though, is quite a sim- ple matter if you know how. The ■poultry department of the Iowa State college tells the secret. ?, Yellow corn with clipped alfalfa or isprouted oats are winter feeds that put the color in the" yolk. Stemmy al- falfa will not do, as it is too coarse and contains too much fiber. The al- falfa. must be leafy. Alfalfa or clover sweepings from the hay ...

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

... -•■*.•-/•■' " ■V <:,/'' mill awl 3&2 m$ « Sfelft II H l§ Mg&mtrSfii air? ' fiffl i-'^l bis 11 R « MM iiissi a ! MR& OS BY TO s i$i m M^^SR *"■ " -.■ 11 WiM MI mmmi '0$$A 0^$^0i I? mm __ i iitlSS !viP! > V: /, ?« it is hard to get something good to eat. We have studied your wants, an< 1 £ .4:1^ u will always find at our store a nice clean stock and a large selection ofthe [Sis the time bought to suit your ta$t Best Groceries. Our prices are always in line with the markets. ' A GOOD GROCERY STORE IN A GOOD TOWN. SfSl /uSf IIS®? Phone 39 Phone 39 CROSBYTON. Se • -1 P-w , . : ..'■■v'o-.v :i . wmy, :, Editor and Prop. Office 'Phone No. 22. "Subscription $1.00 per Year !gle Copy 5c. ,1 "slo dm Post Office at Crosby- under the act of March 3 -879. §|pp: ijm A; :SING RATES. I, Glir-OOjer wee!;. Hi Half page display ail, $8.00 per week. Fourth page display r «d. $5.00 per week. Less tlian one fourth page \ e-.clufut'rtion. Locals and readers lie per line cach inserti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 May 1916

\ . ■ ■ i. 18 r ■ ■ I ' ' II I i I llll. I M Ml I I I I 'l • ■ — I . GOOD MERCHANDISE At Low Prices == 5 f,f, M' V, III y- ■■ f^v : * TO-DAY AND TOMORROW 'e'-w'ill gave a 25 per cent discount on any Ready mM,'Trimmed Hat in our Millinery Department. Choice of any man's Ready-made Suit $15.00o Choice of 'any Ladies' Coat Suit - - - $15=00 Spring iressii fen- Chileren at Fair Prices Ask to see ©or New Line 'Hosiery . ®*. direct from the Factory,, Grosbfton Mercantile Compaq "We .ire Making load" South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. 3(sas , '■' MONEY TO LOAN s 1 I have money to loan on ranch or farm. You don't have to wait for an inspector. I do that. You get your money without delay. Ask any bank in Crosby county. Borrow now. Funds will be scarcer in midsummer. If you owe on _ your land, get holder of Botes to discount and let me pay it off. You get all the time you want, with payments to suit. ' PINK L. PARRISH Crosby ton, Texa,§ BY MRS. J. T. BUCK. TELEPHONE 22~2R. * THE FAKE WELL PL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 May 1916

11 ■> , ' * .*' - run r re q S TO® >R'g, V. IgW. MM THE NEW YORK CENTRAL •'3 pii 1111'f 11 u r' y |§... 4 ^Vfs 1K:;:v J ' ,,sS«i ^ • < - -..n't Suffering 61 ■ jjMau|«;l long time, day a woman tO Qur house ftjplc^d my sr why I waa tag. Motfce* ||(P$wiy ;mbnth: andshe said,^ Why don't yen bfojr^J ^bottle of Lydia E. I'Vegetable Compound?' My bought it and ,the next month I 1 that X worked all the month ing at home a day. Iam i nowrand have told Jots of 1t ?'—Miaa CLARiCE Mom*, U Street, Taunton, Mass.- inds of g^ts suffer in silence month rather than consult a phy- If girls Whd are troubled with or irregular periods, backache, ...... ...awa&e:' dyag^ng-down sensations, Ww^W^^o^g68130*1 would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- id, a safe and pure remedy made ^r,0 „ roots and herbs, much suffering fright be avoided. m Medicine advice which will prove helpful. Us . lengthen the ite the bowels. A real* Unequaled as an medicine; sd. Small dose. Price, 25c. r ii / i mi •' B...

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

m m* « ilM®^ §p $ ; ™ mm I f w ^ ' M ■w ,■ |' •„ ■t,j"'-~'j"J*?; 11■sslBMH■ ■ 11 B#r> H \l m ;•■ ■ " 1 * I1 PH HE.CROSBYTO N l|Uarantee_''Dodson'$Litfer Tone" Will ftiSthe Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had- Calomel makes you"sick; you lose a ■ w - , „ ou 1c day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel injures your .. liver. , ® If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your bead 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 liver medicine.- You'll know it next morning because you will wake up 'ling fine, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; full of ,.vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone ^811 wM ■! > ■ 1 " ■Do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 May 1916

'V: ■ . 1 , HBMP" T HE C E OS BY T ON R E V I E traiMPri. ay. rs. H. o CroBbyton Mo„< |$J?t*!ranc m 01 HM* 20 last nd of Ralls hg some surveying -M f Ralls was up 3Wn, the cattleman of s, spent several days in Lo- 20 this week. - __ ■. ; - F. W. Aynes of Crosby ton isacted business in Lorenzo week. Mrs. J. J. Kerby spent several - days in Ralls last week the guest iter Mrs. Pratt. family of Es- seen in Lorenzo Sat- intheirnewFord, smmm „ • ■■ ■ . Y __ . .. aember the Revival ineet- igins Friday evening. May 5S inues until May 13th. R. L. Durham, N. L. Green and A. W. McKelvy went :ney Sunday in the latter's E', \ r r WHH T. A. Smith and son, Easter, ^ ■ * j Tr.. . . ' v . .notored over to Plamview Fri- day to hear William Jennings i. Newton Magill of Plain- rfew visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. J. E, Hucka- v J dime Bjeggs| Lee, Lennie May - _ Fleeta Fullingim of Estaca- were among the Saturday vis- itors in Lorenzo. Messrs H. C. and Floyd Pear- son were among those from Lo- who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

v. -T.T Newspaper Plains P@®pS® o utn T ex a s real ,A '. ' . ReCovering Nicely H , v u S^i > f' t if(j # - , > -, |t ^ , " , # ———.—— , / ?. ; ■; . .. ■ ._ - . • •■■ -• ■ - - ' ^ ■. ■■ • • . ■ ' . ■ \ ' ■ : r —, . ' 1 mm r ™ 1 GRQSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SMY 12, 1916 J. C. Woody, one of our best known and most popular citizens, became very ill on Friday night of last week and was hurried to the Sanitarum at Spur before day iturday morning and about. 5 j'clock that afternoon was oper- ated upon for appendicitis. C. 0. Paschal and Will Ingram ac- jompanied him. He stood^ the operation splendidly and we aje fladto learn is getting along nicely. Mrs. C. W. Murray be- came ill with appendicitis Mon- day and was also hurried to Spur for an operation, and she too is JJf?T < getting along nicely we are glad "4#' to hear. kfrfc 4- V ■;>- >- Baptist Aid Meeting The Baptist Ladies Aid met :■Monday afternoon at the regular !tv; meeting hour. The Presi- V - dent, fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

■ ■ W'-'v; . , . produced by the HR ir, at the order go ,to the prin- -liee® out the -tlon. She is Gretzhoffen MM*;. ISTALLMENT Kl^v'S'iS"'J . ■ i'- •oken Treaty. Of Gretzhoffen, King and courtiers, King PHpB^at last began slowly __ from the period of dissipa- which they had plunged as 1 their relief from the sp recently at their ■ to a limit to human pos- ■* Joy, in griefi to exaltation even alcoholic. King Mi- i court ceased to drink be- drlnk no more—the had ceased to furnish any ieir besotted brains. long all these others the minister of Qretzhoffen retained iwKat of his wits. Perhaps a heredity made him more imper-. to the inroads of excess, or per- * had, certain ambitions of his BMMWiwhlch cannily suggested to him |gi/%*l#Jt were better to remain in pos- sessfqn of all his faculties. At least ft® was the first to call a halt In the §t to take some account of , and future. about him at the wreck een wrought in the palace ates—wellnlgh as complete y done by its enemies— stained...

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