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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

i«W! A Newsoaoer For All 1 ; , ... . ~ 5 v " - The Great South Plain All The People Of TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916 CRQSBYm CROSBY COUNTY, Her Proves Himself a Splen- d Farmer and Stock and Fancier. 'VPouitry i e Review editor has been ;ng of the model little farm r. R. E. L. Miller a, mile of town ever since we 1 1 jmoved to Crosby ton three months ago and we have often wanted to see-fthe place, so it took no K ' persmfiKpn from the doctor .to Hi- getjfis tSdupip in the car with him Monc^y morning and run down to it lor a visit. His home is located in the northeast corner of his SG-acre tract, the nearest corner to town, and around the home we found one of the best garden and truck patches doubt- less to be found in Grosby county. In the' garden is growing the finest kind of lettuce, beans, peas, Irish potatoes, cauliflower and several other varieties- of vegetables we do not/ now re- member. A large windmill stands just outside in the truck patch and from it water is pumped into th...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

.fi........±:.J # -'l a } i' if vV VIEW •■-•: A«4.?asaftBow* L.-:rx.,, ario xxiw/vcffr./m ay vm/trA fltrr&rjaf of the Same Name. Produced by the ufacturlng Company, fc' . "' ^^Jfjg| ,f. -■,. w,,«,,, .'f parchments thrust down at the Bide ;;to 1 „w. «ffss theprin- out the ^„oa. flhe to ta, Ofetaftoffen ' -' :tt ;.s«oret ,/<. 1J> '' sfe INSTALL' SENT drew it out for a moment. chasirigr of ^the-cheat. -Gently he and held it In his hands ft regarding It curiously. "1 shall not open it!" said he, "With you, 1 too! a ceuchs i'c-.ar. I helieve here,is something come down to us out of the past—some message from the king. If this be so, it belongs not to me, but to the people. It must go before their duly constituted rulers B :. a CHAPTER LXXVI. —■ ' The Treasure. :?h#?r«i ure. ■:. Spi||l f ^hin that chamber of horrora ' •~UlV;' had\ smitten the. terror, two persons ovCr in the light of the in gave a faint lUttmlna- . here," said Count Frederick, t the little compass which "ight wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

p ' J*r,i 1 U'' ■' -'' "• ' ' • ' ' ' \ ■f . I TO KEtP HER FROM FALLING Would Have to Catch Hold of Things. Lost Strength and Flesh. Doctor Recommended Curdui. Results Gratifying. ■w Hi Pil. I JBrookhaven, Miss.—"I am In fine jfeeaHh-now," writes Mrs. H. M. Rus- usell, of R. F. D. 5, of this place, "and Slave. been for some t'ime, I owe this good health to. Cardui, I am certain. I think I would have been dead before this if I. had not taken that medicine. 1 was down in bed five months last summer. I had chronic inflammation I ,so the doctor said... I Buffered untold misery, mostly in my right side, "but both sides hurt me—aching con- stantly.- X got to the place where 1 -^couldn't even eat without severe pain. I had much headache and would often lie quite blind from dizziness. I would :have to catch hold of things to keep irom falling. I lost all my strength ;&nd flesh. I became so poor that I was fjust bones covered with skin. "The doctor, ■, on his visit told i'Vtne to get Car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

mmmil mmm *^prrrrr. mmrnM ■v. . *! •'■_ .' WWSggW HONE 22- mmm:. f&fil • 5 $$||J((((j|l BY MRS. J. k3 Glass Matter Jan. r ih$actof^| hostess Book Clnb and aH present ITISINGEATM 'fid.°?10.O0per week. per week. Fourth pa ;«Uspla •Leae than one fourth pa x insertion. locals and reada . ion the first 5>age. when j „ A all advcrUsinS piatter will be sm? out owl charged for accordiwgly. smilodfle dir^rie? wijl be charged > of r $1 per month. "All reading r^nfertauiments. etc., where an adrnis- t will be charged for ait the rate i just tfeq same as any other adver- |gfS8§l E) TO THE PUBLIC. reflection upon the character, reputation cf any person, may appear nana of the Review will be gladly cot- being brought to the attention of the ■. : «.i'j : . 14c. No. 2.. Dally, iund Except Suiulay. ,J . Lv. Cro.sSytoa Arr, 3:00 P.M. . M. " Kill Lv. :!:2r>;P JV!. _ Lorenzo • " 1:55 P.M. ' bWlA. ii. ■ Idalou " F1-25 P. JM. , ,hocK " 12:17. P. M.~ (it,' F. indicates stop only on signal. • ...

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

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

m PfWpHp ' H I 21 .■; T H E C 80 ? / TON ■m |T I ■"•liitfui.-'.iii REVIEW' GROUP FOR THE GRANT MEMORIAL pn mm [ hadirtmostiglVea lor «j&';y^awjtb female troubles and ip, my right could not fe hurting my ■jstomachgjifrX- could ISbtd^kcdTdwater 'at M n^ eat any kind of raw fruit, nor fresh meat nor u" " en. Pron^i78 is I- went :;to > weak at tiroeathat egan to tak<? Lydia E. _ stable Cbmpound, and : dould eat and it did not jt'have token the since and ,1 feel like a t now weigh 127 pounds i see what St has done for me My husband says he knows licino has saved my life. L BARfcOW, 1624 South 4th St., • Ohio. iham's Vegetable <3ori> i just the virtues of roots 3ed to restore health and . to.lhe weakened organs of the That is why Mrs. Barlow, a lc;ihva!id, recovered so completely. RKSB8 ^international \WNEW3i5CR VICE;g W^WWW^;'- ■ ■ ■ "'«•: ,* • | iMMm, m -v -o - | ->49y pan's Big Specie Reserve. has accumulated a specie re- af more than $243,000,000, and the end of thi...

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

V ■ . ' • ■■ v,-n ... . • ; • . ■ ■ '• ' ■ - ■ , : '' - ' • -y. ■ .■ . - •' 1 ^ ■■ '' ; . '• .. 1 " - ■; .. ' ; ' : ' : 1 . 11 it '• MAfl ■'«< ' 1 iSi i(. • - t • . '■ v ; ■ - >-• ■■ •- ■ - ; \ , ■ V : THE C808BYTQN REV IE W . ■- - ■ fou Go ■whil Know sea* II i t lit it,: / H 'V |p| m w Wi :3pl mi jr« been the chpice of house* * wives who take particular pride |n the decoration oS • their homes. ,... For 35 years Alabastine haa" been sold everywhere |>y paint, hardware, drug, and general stores. It is known by dealers and users alike as the"tint beau- , tiful" for walls and ceilings. Alabastine is a dry powder that auxes perfectly in cold water. You .can apply it yourself or your local painter will do the work reasonably. B® sure thai; you set JUabaattoa brought on the Job in properly labeled packages. Free Color WMmm The best decorators advise the use of stencils to produce contrasting wall and ceiling borders. Ordi- narily, stencils cost from 50 cents to 03.00 each; but i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1916

wamm (■-■ • ■ ;■• '- ' ■. •■'■■ "-. ■- ' :; , „• • • : •: ■.. • , J > ■ ■ .• ... * . • , .. ■ and Mrs. Bettie Fuljingim of Es- i,do motored over to Lubbock Inodaw ■■ H MM* spent several last week 9 ent m in mmmk alter Bra# sp^gfer $re with her I Spikes of o Sa nvievv ... ■> i sand daugh e; of Plainview; i, -M* - .> S3BYT0N w Things in Our . « . ...1 m Ms Will Justify You in Visiting ihic Refiati ~ was ... ill nces "rs. Paul Sanders ay guests of Mr. J. P. Ellis. pjjjg Prof. Percy Lamar of Crosby- s' •" -i visitor city lust week. will summer vacation re with her parents Mr. and ra. W.S. aodgBS„. - ■ W to report, Robert Faird quite ill this week and trust he will soon be able to be back at his "post" in the drug store, within the next few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Smyer, Mr. an Add Suddeth and Miss Leta Smyer left Monday • morning in the Smyer car for Lovington and Resell N. Mex. Will be gone a week or ten days. Miss Florence Patton, who has been a student at Wayland Bap- ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

■ ■ ' ■ • ■ ♦ - > L-jj _v-- S , - A Newspaper For The People Of The 6 reat South M a f n s Of Texas in ' *, VOL 8. r.'. u, ! CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1010 .ft- WMm i • BP Sih mm /:■ * i%-.i. ■ Pfljeei on Ticfef Tor State Treasurer and "Throws His m\n tsi@ mm" : Conditions have made it pos- sible find proper for ogr fellow- townsman, John W. Baiter, to re- enter the race for State Treas- urer in the Democratic primary, the Review takes pleasure Week in declaring our alle- giance and loyalty to him. | Mr. Baker was a candidate for this office two years ago and with two contestants in the field he ' came off with 183,843 votes to -his credit and carried 107, coun- ties in the state. Encouraged by this very flattering vote, and from numerous solicitations thru- out the states he announced last fall that he would be a candidate again this year for this office, but early in the year he felt that he could not make an active canvass, and announced his withdrawal f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

■ v i .' . • iSil SIS. J "Confound your little sword, sir. I I don't see why the deuce you people — Dorothy tJpton and , breaks down at New "imp commanded ■RRjBR Th#t(?o women ilce of Misg Upton's fa- - across the Mexi- „ leaves women at © goes with Oft detail to . of Villa gun runners. ople think *hat the • id of patriotism Is a £ i. jnitlon traders sold to the bandit on the id Villa jused this material * ihed Inhooent American • i. Do you think those mu- Sttriers" are traitors, or. ly "'good business men?" • • .:•f999999999999999* APTER I—Continued. 1811 .... ,er day he had sat by his tching the little partteB of rebel riding the line on the lookout * -"lericanS who should succeed ^ ;&e law .that prohibited gun running; for in those days almost any one would take a chance with a rifle •worth its weight in coined silver and cartridges selling openly for fifteen ip'^|c€&ita:;apiece. And gun running was made easier by the reason of the fact that the smuggler must be caught re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

— I V t.-... ; sa the flKITCtlEN liJCABlNET If the day looks kinder gloomy And your chances kinder slim It the situation's puzzlln' And the prospect's awful, gri And perplexities keep preasln' Till all hope is nearly gone. Just bristle up and grit your teeth And keep on keepin' on 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. CHILDREN DISHES j ♦ COMBINED COOP FOR CHICKS HOW IANY HOGS CAN BE CARRIED ON ACRE Pen Large Enough to Accommodate Four Hens Designed by University of Missouri Experts. (MANAGEMENT OF GOOD ROADS Specialists of Department ®? Agri culture Plac@ Responsibility for Highway Defects wmm r Where a county builds a good road and soon lets It become rutty, washed out or uneven, who or what is prin- cipally to blame? As a result of a study of conditions in, a number oii counties, road specialis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

WhaswamB JCK. EUItor ar.d PrpDy .- at the Post Office at . Wees, .fourth page display Less than one fourth page rtion. Locals and waders 90 tl* first; when Ml accordingly. it the same as ■n adver- ,TO 1'HE PUBLIC. . - " ' " pan the character, r reputation of any person, may appear J ^iumos of die Review will be gladVy cor- ittention of the 'i i-' *-■ 'it- SamSBSm^SBM llwBm IE VIEW mmsm *...j : 4RPS^HI 'IfelrfPWi Tiis merchants off Crosbyion nwHwvi earry jarge anc{ we]i assorted ■fri^y- : stocKs of goods, and you can- gen-' orally find any thing you ' pay want here, and as cheap as it can be -had elsewhere, so there is no excuse to go elsewhere for what you want, beside you owe it to ytfur home merchant to trade : The Jayton Herald says that a band of people, claiming to gypsies, were camped near town several days last week. The ten folks, who claim to be imbued with the faculty of peer- ing into the dim and misty future age directories wiu be charge* and foretelling the- events whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

m • vj' The New Tilings in Our I® : "i 1 IBW&" IW vi , Ready-to-Wear Department You in Visiting . . ' lis Department. To-Day. ; New Middies, New Styles, nicely trimmed at 60 lllcents to $1.25. New Shirt Waists, White and Colored, nicely / made at $1.00. rfc*' Ladies Shirt Waists in Silks and Crapes at $2.50 | to $4.00. ?'f ^ Ladies Sport Skirts from $1.50 to $3.00. n ?, ' \ * i' r h FEW LADIES SPORT COATS. - |g§| Ladies Palm Beach Coat Suits, best grades $10 'to $12.50. Women's House Dresses in Ginghams and . Percals $1.50 to $2.00. Women's Kimonas, in Cotton Crapes and Skirts at$1.50 to $5.00. I'■ Special-Prices on Ready Trimmed Millinery f |I, NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK! ' I" The Assortment in Every Department Kept Up. Gtesbyton Mercantile Company "We. Are Making Good" South Side Square ■ J. W. Aynes, Mgr. SOCIAL AFFAIRS BY MRS.. J. T. BUCK. TELEPHONE 22—2R. qe THE WAY OF WORK. Pause not to dream of the futuae be- fore us,' Pause not to weep the wild cares that come o'er lis; . C Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

1 " MRM lilll FIRST PREPAREDNESS CAMP FOR WOMEN OPEN ' MW> • > n r£m. K so m^^mKMKKKM he asks you kHR '0a'; '■ ::■• 7 •■<' • ■ ■ ■■ ■ •'• ■■ BAKING OWDER y< hi '^P e knows what brands to rec- ommend from experience. 32 Scenes at the opening of the first preparedness camp for women at Chevy Chase, Md., near Washington, where a thousand society women are learning the essentials of war-time duty. In the center is shown the raising of the camp flag. Above is President Wilson marching to the ceremony. Below is a section of the khaki-clad campers. mm HI STARCH growing in favor because it Stick to the Iron .1! not injure the finest fabric. For ndry purposes it has no equal. 16 oz. „ _ _kage 10c. l/i more starch for samemoney. DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Nebraska M Wwjff SuppUos Is, etc., Int u« lunfryou a copy ot our • ~OGs It's FREE for the'asking. Auto Oo^lSOO XiOcust ut,, St. Louis. ! SAJLESMEN-—This city and county, to han- dle new line o? specialties; Bolllnp merchants, of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

j : m mm ^OE)N CITY HSt ■ H&§ IS fj^lfp£ '''". a' • fe>S •if ||op© at Last Pits the Final I ®m Merrimack jjr ASHINGTON.—John Jacob Rogers, who represents a highly cultured and if'ww orthographlcally correct constituency in Massachusetts, arose in his wrath ■ In th© house one afternoon during the debate on the rivers and harbors bill and bemoaned the fact that his favorite tlN&SlW SPHLIIWG THIS WITH Mm river's name was spelled wrong in the bill. It .is "Merrimack," and John Ja- cob called attention to the fact that the bill has it "Merrimac." "I have been struggling ever since X came to congress to have the Merri- mack river spelled correctly," he said. "The government printing office has an aversion to spelling it the original and Indian way. The geographic board was asked for the correct spell- ing of this river and they handed down Bn official ruling that the river should be spelled with a final k. I want to be known as the man who sunk the k in Merrimack." "I object to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1916

IWsiIlw -ny^. Hi sSSSMi^lS ..: THE OR Q S B YT O M ,'B'EWl & W i i,. . H. L. Stanci ^ . >>[ has gone Colo., for.a and Mrs. A, ' 0. iHsSw&ifc* ■"'; ;> J a L\4" ,T, ' IV-; >> ft If-Vt-t' Estacado 1 of- Crosbyton utar in the §mm taandCeleteKidrl Sifpwl . Lorenzo Saturday greet , rmany 'mends., Irs. H. S. Smyer and family attending the Carnival at ' ton this week. '■¥. W-£iw' Masses 3 of Plainview were Friday .jrs in the Smyer home, 'rs. ■ ullingim of Esta- c "'LkvJ :. ,j ;Coi* several ■' , '""■■■ ■- • Whs. Bicknell, of Crosbyton it several ' days in Lorenzo last week With Mr. and Mrs. Magi 13. , V- Mr. A. W. MeKelvey, accom- panied by Miss Pearle Boatner, aye Kelsey and Clara Mae j, attended the Base ball a iw r! *AoKtifnn Inaf*. Thacj. H BP game in Crosbyton last Tues- Ks Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Noble nd Miss Louise Stockton of Es- o were very pleasant; vis- a's in Lorenzo Saturday, Miss Stockton is just home from „ 'Iiool in Plainview. Mr. Redman of Hermleigh, , *n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

L ? r ■ ■ 1 i! 1 ^ ~W- 1 * j 1 ImBBKi' :'j:v n : * .1 : . ' , v 3' | ffff; g ft KfS|| CROSBYT N ■ . . ^■V-Vy'. r<%;. WKmKBL . - •. fl38S &■ & H J < P i ML!. A Newspaper For All The People Of The 6 reat South Plains 0f Texas «PLr8. 0R0S8YT0N, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1916 JBfiSi# --- ' ■ :yl I \ : ' > 1 i.........-i " Vi L. . <1 ;5#Si .1 1 I r' \ • '•% •i\S Resolution of Srosbyton Lodge ' No. 1020 A. F. and A. M. Whereas, the death Angel has taken from our midst and from his relatives our most highly es- . teemed brother, J. O., Woody, l®| Whereas, the members of Crosbtyon Lodge No. 1020, A. F. & A. M. deem it most fitting that they show the great esteem B in which he was' held by the members of said Lodge, and in Jf order that not only his virtues be -preserved, but that those who -stand in the position of parent, wife and children, brothers and fM^Si'Jsisters, should not be forgotten, and their grief should be assuag- ed by kindly acts and of s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

eonditions. as they are.' says Israel Zevln in the^ew Ork Herald. . .. Some ten or twelve years ago a few menand worn- Bitting in the, assembly room of a settlement Jtening to the talk of a charity Investigator, long other things, told a,story of how, on a ! winter night, a poor family were sitting huddled Tier round a small stove and burning up a pack * papers, which the Jobless head of the family ^Up in some place. was the only fuel they were able to get," the tor said. "The children were cl th joy, feeling the warmth of Qg their frail bodies. - - 1 — H T^T only qne of the children, a thoughtful little pped for a moment and, becoming serious, her pother: 'Mamma, dear, please tell me, what 080 poor children who have no old papers do aid night like this?" Tho women and men tfghed; they thought it was clever. But there was i who did not laugh. " ;ihe' vision of emaciated chil- around the aunted h'lm, and for time he was tor- •7 the heartaehe-ef- the grim Joke. He w one jf the chief l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

r* *, **4t ■"■ *W*mM*wMAtt*l|Nn«R -- • >1 WmSSm IBHB 1 mmma .-v^--;-^ T9* W®T' i iKh.v T H E C R0 3 B litisS " «esl^gttftfta«e?35 ®LrffliS^s^eig®aES«^^iS8SK^fc§s&e0^1&T!^^ f .%L-y .r 10 : S§ i CALOMEL SIGKENSt It SALIVATES ■ ' H 1 Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! if I^V:: .4 m ; ': Calomel makes you sick; you lose a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver find it salivated; calomel injures your liver. ■ ' K y°u we bilious, feel lazy, sluggish 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 liver medicine. You'll know it next morning because you will wake up feeling 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

are a few of the maney bargains you will find at our^toFe.--We -buy 4he--best goods that-can be $1.00 « . 70c 70c 10c 12 l*2c m Light Crust Flour per sack Old Homestead Flour per sack Pearl Meal, 35 pound sack for " " 17 1-2 pound sack Cream " 35 pound - ** " 17 1-2 pound sack Pure Mill Run Bran $1.85 $1.70 90c 45c , $100 50c 1.60 Red Salmon, large size Pink Salmon " " South Texas Pure Comb Honey direct from the Apairy in Bee County _ Large size bucket $1.50; small size, ' >rcels are always in line. *.■ C,V -X' FRESH FRUIT EVERY FRIDAY. MA BE CROSBYTON. KARR CO. -S - - TEXAS Phone 89 Published Every Friday H JAMES T. BUC Office mmmm dltor and Prop, e No. 22. 1 Subscription $1.00 per Year I Single Copy 5c. sA'i A >>■?.'. ■ ^ SSOtefed as Second Class Matter Jan. ■ iigg 1 ■fHi J§lfe 14, ISOjat the Post Office at. Crosby- con, T- • ler the act of: March 3 !P. ' ; nil- in- ADVERTISING BATES. •Ml page display ad, $15.00 per week. Half page display ad. $8.00 per week. Fourth ppge ...

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