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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

Sit $'V ■ IP?1 §|g M nipiy $|B wISiM. mm ™8B=BS=^=== A page which will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new discoveries in scientific a s[riculture aac! new and better ways of doing the little ;jevery day tasks on the farjm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. U APPLYIN6 'FERTILIZERS FOR CORN CROP Fertilized and Nonfertllteed Fields. m i <By M. P. MILLER, Missouri Agricul- tural Experiment Station.) Increasing interest Is being mani- fested in Missouri and adjacent states in the use of fertilizers for corn. Ma,ny of the inquiries received ask for the fiest methods of applying the fertiliser as well as the best fertilizers to jap- piy. ' If properly used, commercial ferti- lizers are helpful, particularly on cer- tain soils, but it is usually better to and special care should be taken to apply with a fertil,fzer~gral-rr "drift in-' stead of by means of a fertilizer at- tachment in the hill or drill at the time of planting. The application of from 75 to 90 ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

t > v f? It - ^ ' II ■ y , T H E ?C HQS B CY O N R E V C&'yfr tjiYZflS*. y 2> 4 • "jm*. < ' • m fe1 * ■wf ' iM^tl! ii^fSilflfeftSfi iMii ■ :• . . . . : ■ ^WSwwMW.: J ■:.«y: V. [IS is the time of year when it, is hard to get something good to eat. We have studied your wants, and ight to suit yourjaste.. You will always flnd at our store a nice clean stock and a large selection of Grocerie^f Our prices are always in line with the markets. ■mrfcMKl* •• .* j £ =Q0QP' GROCERY "STORE IN A , GOOD TOWN," " JAMES T. BUCK. Editor and Prop. Office'Phone No. 22. Phone 39 or wkhsbses ffiAioani m t !■ p HHwi „ ion $1.00 per Year lingle Copy 5c. R -y>.A Glass Matter Jan. lie Post Office at Crosby- 3 ADVERTISING RATES. **iUi page display ad. 515.00 per week. Half page ®l*y ad, $8.00 per week. Fourth page display LOO per week. Lessthanone fourth page ISc per inch each insertion. Locals and readers i in ',i. 'h:!! on the Am page. when time ss not ss/ecified all advertising mattes w.li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

VvA: Keep the Assortment Up r^; At live and Let Live Prices. j? '>'■!% ' • i * ' ' ''' • • • - Our experience, methods and facilities for buying enable us to offer you a complete Sine of Guarnteed Merchandise at Lowest Prices. Hfi i:aI m im HraH saBf m 11 '1 Nearly every train brings us New Dry Goods. • We Buy Far Eash-We seBi Far Gash. We will appreciate a look before you make your, ''mail order." Choice of our Men's Suits for - - $15.00 Choice of our Ladies Coat Suits form $10 to 15.00 Special Discount on Ladies Millinery, Ladies Sift Waists ancS Skirts.. Ask to see our line of Ladies House Dresses and Kimonas! Also our Ginghams and White Dresses for Children. Crosbyton Mercantile Company "W® Are Making iood" South Side Square / J. W. Aynes, Mgr. k . ■ ■ ■r >- . • f i % money to loan I have money to loan on ranch or farm. You don 't l^e to wait for an inspector. I do that. You get ycjur money without delay. Ask any bank in Crosby county. Borrow now. Funds will be scarcer in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

Y T O N REVIEW __ l ^ l A ' SB IV 181 v- • m « fw • ■ 11 omans — Evening 1 miM; ,kor#ee r^. P"§fdf® batfci intet lin$vthe}r,sj aat'a an tasiae h*t ipi ■■ y upon ari MSB its in It. This is a vei " h measure, Ifc> '41 he stomach, liver, kid- Mrty feet of intestines day's waste, sour bile left over in minated every ■ ae millions of st the bowels, the JPQlspns - and toxins absorbed into the j gfjjr .billoug at- H aste, colds, le, ltldney misery, sleep- nod and all sorts ; good one day and , but who simply can right are urge*a to ob- pound of limestone druggist .or store- cost very little but make anyone a real ubject of internal sani- _f „ . ess in Black That Comes From a Famous Parisian E* tabiishment-Some of the Important Accessories of nw— * ,«♦ m„«* on No Account Be Neglected. ML i Boap and hot water act on Cleansing, sweetening and j, soliihestone phosphate iot water act on the stomach, liver, kidneys arid bowels. It is vast- ly more important to bathe on the in- side than on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

it sbs / * <: | 1 i MSv • • .. . ' - 'S WorkI If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."—It' You're bilious! Your liver is elug- . gish! You fe^l lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your head is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach eour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you BiBifck, you may lose 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 fieel that awful nausea and cramp- pin?. ■' f,: If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- f|itlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your U druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent \ bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under nay personal. frioney-back guarantee S( 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 Liv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 May 1916

tm sPL'- • 2 |pl | ' ' t 11 „ 11 «|IS strel W< PW" mi visit-; i Lockney this and Mrs. W. P. Fullingim BaKwSWwfiiw'.'jv;:'." ' • <•' . >••''. ' ■■• ' V ' ' r" m Lorenzo HHSi- i ■WIS .-is .v rthar Kolsey. Lorenzo's hus- in man, was in Crosbyton 8—mftii gaggs; ■: ■ Jack Linn of Estacado was tranacting business in town g Ezell of Crosby ton was rfn Lorenzo,Monday greeting his xnaipiilp. ; . ; - ■ J. M. Brooks, manager of the Telephone Exchange of Crosby- ton was here last Friday. """ -Mr- W. E. ^McLaughlin—and Ju ige Green Harrison Of Ralls i town Wednesday. ; " R. P. Smith and little i, have returned home from a to Plainview. Odis Dillard Sof Plainview is : spending several days with home folks in Lorenzo this week. Mr. John Bacon and children of Idalou were in Lorenzo Friday trading with our merchants. T. A. Mcllroy of Ralls spent several days in Lorenzo this c ek repairing watches, etc. Miss Minnie Payne of Cone imunity passed Lorenzo Wed- iy morning enroute to Ralls. • ■ ! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

■■ •: r„- ■ & . ;.■■■ , ' ■' ' ■■■■ '■ ; ■'!>: •:w:"; ^ rn'M P@0.p;le Plains Of. to-S iaid Newspaper TEXAS, -V W = ' . ....... . FRIDAY, MAY' 19, 1916 CROSBYTON,CROSBY COUNTY Prornineril m Passes Away Thftmrtlves ■ ■ '! ^tentative Crowd at Court Monday Might 1 ; * m: M&'i w *: w iflS ■ ,'iie last of the series^ ox _ de- , j between Judge" Pink L. •A and Mr„, Julian" M. Bas- sett was staged at the / court house last Monday night; as per previous announcement. Tempo*- rary seats made of bundles, of shingles and planks laid across tMm were provided in the large up-stairs court room and long be- fore speaking began they were filled with people eager- to .-hear what the debaters had to say. Be- sides .a good turnout of home .people, there were representa- tives from different portions of the county present and the ■ clos- est -attention and respect-was ac- corded each of the speakers. U Attorney R. A. Wallace acted as master of ceremonies, as he -had beeb doing at all the appo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

ill. \v ! > 4 '' frBaWfiBMP ■••*■—•.■ ■, -,.,t „■ -"'M.'W / , . . _ 1 llftl fmssrg| ^; mm. i ' tite kfeen, no fear of any eatmgdistress, ?' Bp terially g about ndition-14 v • ,. JHippi ■■■tent tome ■■■^k. Try it tiaa'a favorite paatlmo GENERAL PERSHING AND HIS STAFF leielaelfe iends Everywhere J ago we commenced selling i Swamp-Root and during our ience we have not encountered ^pleasant dealing with our cus- iiiVe used it. It is a prejpara- liversal satisfaction,' and mers are calways pleased to speak jhest terms regarding it. We have Confidence iri Swamp-RootSfe* ad it aodK^I«rwW';^f ie* a favor. Very truly yours, '-SCHENK DRUG CO., 1910. Roanoke, Ya. Dr. K)lmwjf^Co. Slmthamton, N. Y, fiVhat Swamp-Root Will Do For Yon ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., mton, N. Y., for a sample size bot- It will convince anyone. You will eceive a booklet of valuable infor- 3, telling about the kidneys and blad- When writing, be sure and-mention b paper. Regular fifty-cent and one- (dollar size b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

WHiMM „ -- r.,\ -JS® ' m pliliW . ; ' - ,:,/- _ ....... ...,.; ,^; - -- — —- - ■ ' tl . . THE CROSBYTON REVIEW MS . I 1 § H if HI UGHI CALOMEL MAKES YOU SIGK! : #1 m Just Once! Try "Dodson's Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel toe and cheerful; make your -work a pleasure; be t&orous and full of am' bltion. But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because It makes you eick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes, into Bour bile like dynamite, breaking .it up. That's when you feel that awhil nausea and eramping. Listen to me! If you-want to enjoy "1 the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel ' I cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer @ells-y©U-a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish live...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

RSCW micim A. MTTERSOrt .'ictur® Drama of the Sam© Name. Produced by the Blim Maaufwturlnit Csmjwoy. 1 1 ■V-iv^ w arrival in Gretzhoffen. ^ wWiejjhaainff the aeeret .::r installment ■ ' APT** UXXI1I,, ' Encounter ■ at 8ea. ea, up into the stars, sped call of the ship at sea: iretzhoffenl S. O. S. Gretz- ■ -coherent at times, but im- . strident wall of the wire- tig out into the empty air, away to listen to , id. And earB did hear—the Is. le minister of Gretzhoffen, said, had by this time mce of the unwelcome guests of " retzhoffen palace. He had got ig to bed, some of his officers to % raid a few of his servants to elf, ho felt him- le to establish the broken teary of the government on any sis,. Frederick—Count Fred- . i© man with the strong brain fini^where was he? •• r.mvrQvia!s 2o? himself vhat imperative question, the prim© minister mad® search here " there for some cluo to the miss- nobleman. His agentB ran the ... to the dock whence Count Fred- ck had sailed so many days ago. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

A': I smMmbi Wlm§m§&m§m ^3$$f $'$' f^>' ■ •. .■ - f§§f4#/ /' * | $>h "f1 s fljl!II' fllfv « f v i M I fj >$Ri| ^ ; w * 1 i 111111; <!; * * IilffVv <• M '1; ml * , * 1 4® , 15 H/f "" M, r ,''V«J ' ■' • :, m The Agricultural Review =7* A page which will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new ' coveries i|i scientific agriculture and new and better ways of doing the little ry day tasks on the farm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. 1 SH /: """ THREE CLASSES OF HIGHWAYS & $8® m v-i Classification la Prime Step in Fecfe % ©ral Aid to Good Roads, Says Congressman Borland, With various bills before congress for federal aid to road building the classification of highways so that Important through routes may be out- lined clearly from the country's maze of thoroughfares of one kind or an- other, becomes a question of more and more Interest. Congressman W. ,'P. Borland of Missouri, a good-roada 'advocate, has expressed himself on this subject as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 May 1916

HH th > ji .! ^ ^ •lertn Hess of 01 %$■( oppingB— Spgl §: Mil ert E., Joe P. and EstacadO^Were-in i j Bettie and W. P. Estacado visited in week/'; 1 J D. Ellis and Master -isiting relatives in Bs week *, wm nd Sill . "~V ;:v; £a! rtment LAY,. Editress , ■' • • • mm bM™i attended church ser: Lorenzo Sunday. Botts and family are en- many joy rides in their ■ Ford recently purchased. ' lin and Charlie Hes were business visitors in lalou neighborhood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Walls went over to Lubbock Mowday- morning, returning in the after- noon. E. L. ; Durham left Sunday 'orning on a' business, trip to Ft. Worthy Dallas and other points, going by the way of Roaring , Springs anCQuanah. Messrs Robert Bone and James son,, traveling salesmen for JPerklns Dry Goods Co. of Dallas, were in Lorenzo Monday calling on'- merchant John A. Dillard. Messrs J. R. Terrell, H. A. RIcDaniel. D. B. Lay, F. L. Lock- wood, J. W. Massingill, R. L. Smithers and Paul Sanders are attending court in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

* • " ^ MM® — j t | '■ ■•■V'.-- v -:. ®wl® BM« IB * ," 1 S , 4 ^ - ^Sj|| ""'J ,i ■§ M"' • ■i , _ MB v : I iiB/'H iHa .« M, I k7> MMM '_. . K wmm WSMw} „ ■. ••—.-^S^i liii m '§$!§ 'MB y ■? ■ :^.v%'-':- ns ■ -V.' .'v ' 'H i'Mw,; $&£ \. -,W'SW - __■> i;'_ A I The People Of The 6 feat South Plains Of Texas . - ~ -v-=-':.w.ji:; '/r^—~—u—;—-—' s—'"'"""■ n( SBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916 . v... mSmMsm : ■■"■. r> ' I .'1 * iu G b 15-;:, SEtrii lnCrosbyton4>n k -Mik^John Stewart Coon ley, I- i ~S • • president of the C B Live Stock the Crosby ton-South- plains Townsite Co., arrived in ion last Monday to look ...over the large property interests he is interested in here. Mr. Coonley is well known to the Crosby county people and they are always glad to see him on his annual trips to this country, as they all feel sure that Mr. Coon- ley and his associates are always working for the good of the country, as has been evidenced by their work in the past. To a representativ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

i its lifli# to spews so time Qdvmturitijfjm Carranzai if you want to ch% of murder^ e across the Mex~ border, then you want -end this -. red-blooded that leads up to and attack E R I. lit® n ROSBYTO be a fight, and Tew Mexico, and the sending of I army across 0is<istorpofin* teresi; of daring and charming wenty complalntaHtrom the mine of the depredations on it by the revolutionists'. That's why we're here—that, and patrolling the border tor g'us j," * ■ Miss Upton laughed deliciously, „ j, . • - • i , > "I wish you patrolled by motor in- — then you'd have a mechanic and not a farrier in your camp. As it Ib I don't _>) s- , snow about automobiles?" She looket ... question. Kynaston found himself hoping that she would ashrmanjrmore TjueSQoW If she would only accompany each one with such a look*. .. . ' - ' , "I'm; sorry to say,". he responded gallantly, "that there isn't one of them who would know a clutch from a spark plug. But if you will come to the camp wo can at^Je&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

141 IfeS HBf? % M-' . The Agricultural Review 1 1 " ■ ii | *. * i , 7" ■ 1 ■' 111 i ■ '.li ■ .1,' mii. vm. -i im in;, ,i 1','j ;i ,1 ,i> i I'liu1,', ui' ■ ..'i"1 iff ii i" i 1 11 'in "i 'saa A page which will be devoted each week toexploiting 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. ml SOOTH CAROLINA ROAD COST m S .State' Is Far Behind Most Others in " Amount Spent for improvement of Its- Highways. 'There are now only four states in the "Union that have not enacted laws providing for state aid for good roada work. One of these states is South > "Carolina, the others being Indiana," Mississippi, and Texas. These threo other states, however, are above South Carolina in expenditure's for road work. Indeed, according to informa- tion which has been received at Clem- pon college from the United Statea department of agriculture, this state cannot boast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

BH V*i.-iftJ" V''>A.v'. 1 IS®; 8___ &,f; * ► > t I- ) 1 V 5!',,l'Jl".| Kv . K ' " ind ' < Srdl i' * ria and i-rop. | mm JJfltctf "Hi ■■-I 'MW. mr%mm — : - - ■tof- JIW wit |-A lacgenumber.o 'will be planted.^o ■■r Janj . - ~JBH^pm T«m. under U,<= act of Match 3 \ l-„ & ja| two ,i. I ' Sa^fTf.l1!i|'W1*'11 '1 1 i' 1 .. " 'BRTISING RATES. S iLt dd.jiSMpet Week. Ifellf page ■ pet week. Fourth pa8* display ^S'^RS: than one fourth paae t^-ala-And retuleis cadi insertion. '" j advertising on the first pngt. wheal jra«e,JflAot spedfleti ail advertisin« matter wjlbe ffutk ifnUi ordered out and charged for accordingly* aid lodfie directories will be charged rate Of llpei month. Ail reading] -^ojiceofor eniiertalnments. etc,, where an admis-l ^^ufeeis charged will be chargedfor at the rate ?' f#|o Ser line just the same as any other adver- y:<V ■■■■■■ ;-F$ ■ NOTICE TO THE public. •! rronous reflection upon the character, ,f,f iawUagof reputation <it any person, may app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

South Side Square in Our | Ready-to-Wear Department Will Justify Youln Visiting this Department To-Day. New MMdle&irNew Styles, nicely trimmed at 60 xentSuto $1.25. -New Shirt Waists, White and Colored-nicely made at $1.00. ■ ^ \ - u :V Ladies Shirt Waists in Silks and Crapes at $2.50 I to $4.©0„ : " Ladies Sport Skirts from $1.50 to $3.00. : §TTfe uisses sport coats. ; Ladies Palm Beach Coat Suits, best grades $10 to $12.50.. Women's House Dresses in Ginghams and Pereals $1.50 to $2.00. Women's Kimonas, • in Cotton Crapes and! Skirts at$1.50 to $5.00. Special Prices an Rpady Trimmed Millinery NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK! epartment Kept Up. Mercantile Company "We Are Making Good" J. W. Aynes, Mgr. F MONEY TO LOAN 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 notes to discount and let me pay i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

'i '•" ir^U--'V>■ **• -•' ** ~, ■ angftl paujifed/ itf hlii >nward IJlght ; m m ?i seed oJi love, : arid' truth .and • light . And cried. "Oh where shall this seed ■H •• . . ..J«\ ' Hi fS|lp#l ' -iMui! i""11""""',11111 335 MANY GASES on mmmimmsm wrnm w MSP' : rr/- :. ■ f ■■■*&$& Frock of Taffeta Should by All Means Be Included in the Outfit of the Girl Graduate-^-Dainty touches That May Be Achieved the PropslrSefeTOrtff Pretty and Appropriai,; Neckwear, of Which There Is Plenty. tience, w/mm ppwmph tie* and' p ye betf, mut- icken Sihrefi: or In eucces^pn: ".does the frugal^ ■* ite_,a-successful for a small fam- Jy attention must be : paid to the marketing ement of quantities. Hnges to have guests for sr having a chicken din- may be used in pat- 3 chicken croquettes. ,. « >tertain without feel- al drain on the living ex- , varied diet may always be, i? broths may be made from I Of the aforesaid chicken for day's luncheon, following sii of macaroni and cheese or and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

V- ,, %m' | i wdwfflm SIS S 1 BYT O N R E VIE W M ' ■ • •: ■i HI U1 DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE" "Feel Like a New Person," • says Mrs. Hamilton r - - V ■ "* _ New Castle, Ind.—•"From the time I was eleven years old until I was seven- teen I suffered each month bo I had to be in bed. I had head- achy, backache and such pains I would cramp double every month. 1/ did not know what it<wag to be easy a minute. My health was all ruh down and the doctors did not do f*ne any good. A aeighbortold my mother about Lydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Compoiind and I took it, and now I feel like a new person. I don't suffer any more and I am regular every month. "—Mra. Hazel 2 bTGN, 822 South 15th St.' When a remedy has lived for forty years, Steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their health .to1 at, is it not reasona- ble Stir believe that It is an article oi great merit? -If yoia want special advice writ© to Lydia E0 Pinkham Madicima <0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1916

s. tagggBj & $■£&§ I 1 >' * *" ;■ I3P8SS1Pt tk&'^U 5 "itM «I'M PiIfi&HMp f jra /® % 'mm ', ■ ■*" v> ^ *, . - .as jjMit -,,t * '!;h4,'*< \ 'i i T ;^-7™•-'•>, • :,fe >. yi^^A '< l *' 1 I nr r.> .' ,,-' ! ■ . ' * feiV :' i^sessj m00m !■ I - * 1 • u • ■son was a business " \ Monday. . Harrison was a bus- r in Lubbock Tues- i1 ■ Lorenzo home folks in Grant of Farmer i was in town this ■HUM js and A, I. Burle- ie a business trip to Spur ■ , • iAmopM in our city a -iclc i '• ay visitors „„ j:s. pftranK McLaugh- • y night with rel- mm s..A. H. Pool and e Sunday visit- in. LuBbock. ' . . cj xy a .id 0. - , ' f" 1 . s< )t")g(] n Lorenzo Saturday. ' T. R. Allen of Estacado was seen in Lorenzo Thursday, greet- mg his many friends,,.;,; Mr; and Mrs. R. E. Harris of Cone were guests in the J. D. Hankins home Saturday. y, B. W. Wilkins and wife spending the week with rel- s in Floydada. lissesMyrfcle and Vesta Ter- visited in the home of Mr. ad Mrs. R. L. Bo...

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