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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

ImMmmm prosperity Plumes In Our Millinery Department liwiw was:?;® ■ in w A late Shipment in this Department of very at- tractive Millinery. Prices lower than ever bjfore. tyisit our Millinery Department . Ladies Short Skirts v '* ' 0 - •• In'the latest Stripes and Styles at better Values than you can buy in larger towns. ISl 8i®§ 1# Silks, Organdies, and other feces.1! Materials at' Popular ,C00l DRESS S00DS--8 yards for $1 JO . .1"'* ' ' - ' 1 1 -J Oorris Voils in stripes and pretty figures—assorted colors. Chiffon Tissues in an assortment of colored woven stripes, Maddresses in pretty stripes, Ginghams in Plaids, Strips and Checks. NEW GOODS RECOVEB IVIRY WEEK. Crosbyton Mercantile Company "We Are Making Good" r , South Side Square . J. W. Aynes, Mgr. m —,— . —. ™_— r r ''' ^ _ ' RY MRS?. .t. T. BUCK. TE..... !i BY MRS. J. T. BUCK. TELEPHONE 22-2R. . fj^ TODAY. With every rising of the sun Think of your life asjust begun The Past has cancelled and buried deep - ; j, ' All yesterd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

4 r ■ ' • — ■ pill be de in scientific «5?j r tasfa ©fftlicfarj I %mf , , . .-— ja.aSMWMCr: ■ " esploitiag new ideas in farming, new and better ways of doing the little SBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. !- V *; VV'W«V<«KAAAAMvvwvvvV BREEDS FOf MEAl ,« *#■> *V - 1 Ins and Langahana Art pffii Being Among Best Aflr Around Heavyweight#. ^ i best all-around heavy weightfowl luction^of large broilers and and heavy roasters and capons fej^rajitlj^ The Cochins and Lang' "tpj^'alBO-' Isrcellent l^eat breeds, tight Brahma has been the most •t the Dark Brahma at Its is ftilly as good. Both can be with the greatest amount of W: ■ i mi EAL AS FERTILIZER ***>■ v > . ,. * ' ^ % :- ms ' " f -r wmlm.m ■IDI .building JBB arWH ■'v'!.: e Cook. cans? they have nature ,sts with great width be- thighs. Jitles can be Improved by jecting breeding stock, us- aly hens that are of heavy .. with great length of body, con- ble width between the thighs (6ng breast bones. The males should be cockerels of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

M§ C'V-i ■ p i : • - • • COpymCHT MM> PRANK. - VlUitSEi' SYNOPSIS —3 masmm esmmeiwIwWwWSki , f'rTO v'* ' ! j-^1- * «■•-<>■ -W—— ' : THE, CROSB YTOH REVIEW ^—gg=:." 'v'^^j^11 1 ■'.. t, mmWm^.. V%l<l4ffk Al & m, i j#ik> {>#% «• &-■ •&«p rag.iti I i Automobile of Miss Dorothy Upton and friend, Mrs. Fane, breaks down at New Mexico border patrol camp commanded by Lieutenant Kynaston. The two women are on way to mine of Miss Upton's fa- ther, located a few miles across the Mexi- can border. Kynaston leaves women at his camp while he goes with a detail to of Villa gun runners, .small force of Carranza iie and they surrender to Kynaston. Dorothy and Mrs. Fane still at camp when Kynaston returns with prisoners. A blind Mexican priest appears in camp. i it g : w i0:WM msm i® An aged and blind priest tells o § Kynaston and his guests an q • / amazing story of wonderful jew- o © els and a looted shrine and of a ° • long and heart-breaking quest 0 o for one rare tre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 June 1916

ft''! * ^bf1' '■ * * ■ Hi * ISSM -CLASS stock of building such as, LUMBER, LIME, V =WE A 111®:®^ •ifr A stock of, BARB, HOG, and POULTRY wire. When in need of anything m '' line let us figure with you . Wooldridge Lumber Co. J. 0. McBride, Local Mgr. frfrnm wmihrwif* Best wayj to srefinish Buggies and Fords m 11 THE CROSBY TON REVIEW TSHBHSS^BSSSWiBj CONSTITUTIONAL BIGHTS OF A CITIZEN DEFINED, _ a ■ ■ •> "" . More Efficient Citizenship Sug- gested as JSemedy. (Editor's Nott>:—The following Is th< fjrst of a series of articles by J. S. Cul- 11 nan, of the Texas Kconomic League, on the Administration of Justice, to which subject the fceague Is now addressing itself.) —„ _ Ey J. S. CulHnan. #«—Tiro- Texas -Economic League in listing for discussion the .subject "Administration of Justice," brings to tie attention of the public a ques- tion of community, state, nation and world-wide importance. The Declar- ation of' Principles adopted by the This is the way: Wash off all dirt an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

BiJsT® W0M A Newspaper For All The Peeple Of The G reat South Plains CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23 1916 h 4 T • res to Go Up. i Entering a Building Era Which Means Much For the Town. ^ 7■ Crosbyton is just entering upon a new era of building which bids a,—> to prove much to our fair le city. The Townsite Corn- pay let,the contract Monday for the erection of two new brick store buildings to be located on mth side of the squ&ce be- i the post office and the Star Contractor L. H. Hawkins the contract for le erection of both buildings hese buildings will be 100- and 50 feet deep respectively with cut stone fronts, etc. They have al- ready been engaged and will be occupied by good strong business as soon as completed. §§§ . The- residence part of town is taking on new life. J. J. has : just completed a , nice little bungalow a few blocks south of his lumber yard and Several other new residences will fsgsr" likely go up in the very near JB1# - future, and we pred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

fiSliHI KOSBYTON m-tM =3' REl'ItW '—" N THE CODLING MOTH 17F! Afler Ealing Or- ch week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new ure and new and better ways of doing the little HE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE ev "v : ' <' rw :■ >.. y-* -• -A V 'I v-'^ DEMAND FOR SANITARY MILK "i \ ifc ; > „ J. II I - i , , v <1*4 V #4 "ifc- ~S?v (By T. IDA TO MARQI GRAS CITY '. ■ lipmftifld^feonci'etfl,! Rock and GravjeJ Betwefefr 1 1 and New C|rleans. By Frederick: x. wraGrir, Frest- ■ . Sent of Jefferson Highway. Association.) In New Or leans on November 15 and of last fall, after ejix months of sys- ' .tic agitation, more than 400 good j enthusiasts from eleven states west of the Mississippi river met and organized the Jefferson Highway asso- ciation. Ndw a ribbon of concrete and 1 <. >>• oiling be- ■ _i_ if ' f'Jw* Or ■ " ~J' -;nj to , : iho i/iniei capital of .'.i ■ ii . Ito official rfforson highway has < > 'sico iinone reat new national high- ways. The Lincoln high...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

W! srlli its - i i MOST OF TIME ':X •'• iss-i? ; • mmhf' "•■ I Her Health Restored byLydi'a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. few , ipolia, Indiana, "My heal tin wnttBopoor and my constitution so run down that I could not work. I was thin, pale and weak, weighed but 109 pounds land was in bed mjost of the time. I began tak- ing Lyijia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and five months later I weighed 133 pounds. I do all the house- work and washing for eleyen and I can truthfully say LydiaE. Pipkham's Veg- etable Compound has been a godsend to me for I would have bein in my grave today but for it. I would tell all wo- men suffering as I was to /try your valu- able remedy."—Mrs. Wm. Green, 332 S.Addison Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. There is hardly a neighborhood in this country, wherein some woman has not found health by using this good old- fashioned root and herb remedy. If there is anything about which you would like special advice, write to the Lydia E. PinMiam Medicine Co., LynD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

C'V-i • A.-m tt&MGi IW-fl'%(. - n, , -^■..^.v*,-*,,.™ ,' ■ • - ^ ■ ■ y^ ■" 1 .v-.^ O. N R E V I E w- ' . . THE CROSBYTON REVIEW {\ .. . FT .. -r ~1,I j_t, „J_L^ iSMS r 1.00 Syruj 70c 10c 12 l-2c 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 $1.70 90c 45c $1.00 50c 1.60 Red Salmon, large size Pink Salmon " " our prceis are |||p in line. South Texas Pure Comb Honey direct from the Apairy In Bee County. Large size bucket $1.50; small size, 75c. :ore. We buy the best goods that can be #: Phone 39 iiSilgill #SP< I® FRESH FRUIT EVERY FRIDAY. |gSLgltS ■V. A* MABE-KARR CO Phone 39 ■;r«' K CROSBYTON, TEXAS I MHMM n - Mfc' ' '. jyton Review hied'Every Friday ~ 3UCK. Editor and Prop 'Phi.no No; 22. Sheriffs Sale. i State of Texas, < Crosby County .00 per Year :le Copy 5c. i aa Second Class Matter Jan. * at the Post Office at Crosby- jxas, under the act of March 3 ■srs i' mm advertisi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

IV' ' '' ' ^ ^ ' '■ ' ■' •• ") ■ ■ ;f , , j ' 1 1 <■ 1 \jj* 4 . «•« ■« „* ' <' I 1 * > ' • S \ - ■ - • f . ■ T HE CROSBYTON :& ! . i x ilii 1 v.- . ... V ■ H I - ■ . ' ■ i ■ ' —* — ' ; ' SAVE TEN PER CENT ,Hv vf ;• Ladies Palm Beach Coat Suits, ort Skirts and Sport Coats, Silk and Wool Skirts. Teh per cent less fhan regular marked price. '' " • "" '* || 5 Per Cent Discount P Om TVimmed Millinery We have enjoyed a.nicerAlillrnery Fdms- . iness. Now to'clean op what we have left we offer you a saving of ONE-FOURTH . Crosbyton Mercantile Company "We Are Shaking Good" ...South Side Square > j. W. Aynes, Mgr. [] p araw—nam < m D 3IIC by that one remark. I have a large family of small children, and have little time for social life. Sometimes the mo- notony is very trying. On this occasion I was unusually blue. It seemed to me that my neigh- bors neglected me shamefully and I was left out of everything. One day my husband came in from an errand to a neighbor's and remark...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

-'i •. '^y"2n. ■ <v .< -*"i ! ,- r-J-ori" 1 , , p*f^ S||k|' 1 1 ' ' I ' ' < '1 ! II m fmk ■H tf PiSfj; '• i"3 1 ■■ ■I EMINENT American ornithologist re- -~ntly was asked to name the ten most liaeflctal birds of the United States, ere is his answer: Nighthawk, kill- j deer plover, chimney swift, bluebird. I downy woodpecker, -phoebe, chickadee, A barn swallow, purple martin and cbip- v A ping sparrow, b "J Having given the names of the ten birds over whose good deeds man should ce the ornithologist said, "But the list is r. There are other birds and many of , that work as hard-or nearly as hard for tjhose which I have named. Between 0 tspeclea there Is small room for choice, the ten stand because the list perhaps aot be Improved upon." ater the scientist wanted to hedge a little, ' he said that there were some birds of prey which at least should have a place side by side 1th the familiars of orchard and garden to :h he had given first rank. The cause of the I: of prey, howev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

j:, ::■ -. rg. h e e r o s b fgi p n r e y 81 mrnm W Hf! ■at 1 1 1« i 11^1". in m LITTLE ECONOMIES. The mind is master of the man, And so they can who think they can. A diligent man can always find lei- sure, a lazy one, never. \ ; Cut stale bread into lengths the size of the linger, dip into milk and put into a greased tin to bake in the oven until crisp. Spread with mar- malade or jam after put- ting on a thin coating of butter and serve hot. To keep the baby off the floor and yet give him exercise, place two table leaves on his bed, cover with a carpet and lie will be able to sit or stand with slo fear of a fall or a cold. When putting a casserole into the ■oven see that there is no moisture on the outside, as carelessness in this matter often causes chipping and -cracking. A good brown cake recipe may be made by using* cracklings for short- ening. To two cupfuls of chopped ■cracklings add a cupful of brown sugar, one-half cupful of seeded raisins, a teaspoonful of cinnamon, one-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 June 1916

IMiKflffi V '^■ji'?'-::'-ri^ '■-:, ::V;;.: -vT; •'Z^-':"•/::- '<:■■ "'" ^ i <AM ' ' THE CROSBYTON REVIEW ■ sass 1 ' p| -11 s'.® '. t. $f| T ; smBm everything neatly painted with ! 111 ;■■' d*Z£NOPAINT .' '' WEARS kONOKR ' -' ; v Mpti i5Wi:r.r—..I ' '. LOCAL AND ^ssasss^ssas^-ss . we always recommend Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint 1 because we can guarantee i,t to lie absolutely pure. It contains no whiting, no silica, or any other worthless ndu. . That's why Devoe paint, iocs so much further and lasts so much longer a ordinary paint. - ', '''' • • ■ . ' ' « i- ' "• • I. hum* Come in ant! let us tell you how little it will cost m A CROSBYTON, TEXAS •• • ■ ■ I I I 2' ' • M i«"ji " it • I eeded. [wherever possible of concrete, With all kinds of lumber soar-1 ^>'8 would be a saving effected in paint and insurance in the *..u * Jong run {hat would make the durable structure cheaper. By the addition of a few hundred dollars in first cost, more than that could be saved in a year's pain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

Bill BSCS X' V'','k* i~'',"' : WBM mm 11111111 f ' * ^ ^ " ° ' ^isv ! I J > 'o'1 "x \ ' ~vt-,"f ctr v '\ ' - t- 4 'r .1l (,'fc 's?v manamffisn , .. ^mb. k- . « ;;',;' : Newspaper For Ail The People Of P I a I n s -H4-* The Greats c u t h as CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIBAY,JUNE 30 1916 IMi HhMI •> , ■ U.S. Cavalry Troops Fired Upon in Mexico a : mm i ■ IMM& . , - • ■.:>-• , - - •' . ' - Our Negro Soldiers Surprised and Shot Down Like Dogs. __ ^ ^ San Antonio, June 23. —The two troops of the Tenth cavalry nder Capt, Charles T. -Boyd re re practically wiped out by the attack of Mexican forces ■ under Gen. Felix Gomez at Car- rizal June 2i, according to indi- cations given ia £t fragrmentary report received by Gen. Funston from Gen. Pershing tonight. Gen. Pershing's message stat- ed that seven survivors in all, in- __ eluding those who arrived last %*iight; have reached the main columns. All were enlisted men, but the report did not say wheth- er or not there were n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

mm us •' i f 1 ■ w ilSffllf _ m r:r aJMp * '( a7 * s Ml 811 mhsmJH mmfw THE CROSBY.TO W R E V IE W 1 W. v* .• >"% ft *• **ynr* v"v . ,it* .. '■ TTk TH' 'TT* ■ •' !*x-1Kk& iflL ■ £ r ■ rNOPSts. - w it; roihy Upton an3 . . its down at N«>w patrol camp, commanded " laston. The two worn- mine of Miss Upton's few. miles across the barker, Kynaston leaves.women imp it;'..-a..- " oes with a detail : i ;.j' *n ,.-11 u.mora. Srtve small force of Car- Sjorder line and they surren- toii. Dorothy and Mrs, Fane when Kynaston returns with , ! Blind Mexican priost appears .. claims Interned Moslcaas the spoils brought across the line ' — "il emerald bell wtolen from a Sapata and taken from him by . Priest Is searching: for erald in order to return it to the KJnaston finds jewel and reports •nt headquarters. Major Up- its i . ciquartora to take ojf valuables captured: , ; >, o ; u ; o ?oj Would you risk your Job, and r_rhap« your whole future In . AiiSOi'lcntt It. a house besl&ged ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

m-, - - : ":-V A . v ., ft...p-jjtg SMI ps.^.'jSc" '"'"".-I; .l,v.iWm rr* v agg*t- .- is ..• JI/ J /u/: <-w i$ Mpl Hf Iwpif^ WN I. •■ i>* *'i '' !f$> *li 1 '?.;v: "^.V I ®glP WmSM^ pfe*. \ 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. Important Precaution Control of Potato Scab. In S§ti|: jam • ■ ■■ bbbm X'-:,. MSB ' r ' MM ' •• • ' ■. Hi I - " ■>r-. .M f£||gg ■K&C' I L I ■ ISS! I , - * R I r P —1 Disinfection Treatment As an Added ^. Foresight—Neither Will Be Ef- P? fective K Soil Is Already Full of Disease. ~ <From the United States Department of Agriculture.) The treatment of seed potatoes with formaldehyde or with corrosive sub- limate has been recommended for many years aB a preventive of scab and other diseases carried on the tu- bers. H Such treatment is, on the whole, profitable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

. - wmmmmw, mm 1 • •• • ✓ \ J i Red Salmon, large size Pink Salmon " " es are a few of the maney bargains you will find at oar store. We buy the best goods that can be prceis are always in line. Syrii BP §8i r us Syru m 70 c lit 21-2c " pasaa CROSBYTON e Crosb Sheriffs Sale. 5 State of Texas, Light Crust Flour per sack ;\,v^ ::yy:^ ' - ' ' - . arl 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 $1.00 50c 1.60 South Texas Pure Comb Honey direct from the Apairy in Bee County. Large size bucket $1.50; small size, 75c. FRESH FRUIT EVERY FRIDAY. KARR GO. Phone 39 Sheriffs Sale. . „ GK. Editor and Prop, g e No..22. " - muntmnnrn-i r - ' tion $1.00 per Year e Copy 5c. pppj^uunty In the District Court of Crosby county, Texas: J. Mart Milleson __ys_ , No, 270 B. W. Baker et al- Whereas, by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District court of Crosby county, Texas, on a judgment rendered in said • t court o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

smhni 1 I « pv ' ■ , igHK ipp " j§?\ p| gf§ §g 1 ^ |$|f| B r .' > : " , ' - ' ■ : • a y • . •■ THE C R O SBY X ON REVIEW ... .. r- ■ . rr- ■■■■ ■ - -"•■ Jg'iyHiUJJJiJLU^^ m Half Price and Less Our entire stock of Spring Miliinery for HALF ; ■:■■ nw J WM w. I the regular Selling' Price. IgKu come first you may have tSie pick of a good many good-looking hats. A dozen or more of un- g-;||, trimmed shapes—$2.50 and $3.00 values for lit'$1.00 ONE DOLjLAR '$1.00 * ' :— —— 'v About two dozen trimmed hats—$2.00, $2.50 and illvf- .$3.00 Values for SOCIAL AFFAIRS BY MRS. J. T. BUCK. TELEPHONE 22- 3f " -:i- - 2r. TWO WAYS. V There are two ways—the ' right and wrong, There are two ways—one rings with song, One in the silence of the years Leads on to sorrow and to tears, Two ways, two ways, and one that gleams With laughter and with light and dreams. :T $1'.00 'ONE DOLLAR $1.00 111 A small assortment of trimmed Hats- :§ii your choice for $2.50. -$5. to $7.50 Miss Ann Morris, our trimmer will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

By GRIF ALEXANDER t is an A h 9mm om poor cramps by age 7 the sage fed. dead. w very well. Bell! EY «■ The glowing ••TP*.. *, vR* Jv lis a song Like the - ■medicine orever The world , ■ wm®& a deceptive dlseaso —thousands ' have It Una don't know It. If you want good results no mistake by using Dr. op-Root; the great kidney ruggists In fifty cent and lample size bottle by Par- Iso pamphlet telling you about Ov. Kilmer & Co., Bingham* ind enclose ten cents, do. paper, . s Pills , the debilitated, whether from : of minder body, drink or eat- Coats Adapted for Youthful-Appearing or Matronly Wearers Are to Be Had in Appropriate Designs—Pretty Combing Jaoket That May Be Fashioned From a Bath Towel and Heavy Mercerized Cotton Yarn. Those who are gifted with the fac- ulty for creating styled must also be able to adapt styles to women of va- rious ages. They contrive to interpret them la many ways, so that garmenta bespeak youthful or older wearers. In the picture two coats are show...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

ATTRACTIVE EGG DISHES. ^°n VftnttsnaS^ T i?0riiL if Y?ur Liver ,s s,u9Q>sh or Bowels Constipated Take Dodson's tiver Tone."—It's Fine! You're Bilious! *lsh! lau knocked out i^ir) m 111®!, Your liver is slug- feel lazy, dizzy and all Your head is dull, your tongue iB coated; breath bad; stomach sour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you ■lck, you may lose a day'd work. Calomel ie mercury or 'quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel orashes into Bour bile like ite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp- lng. t If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel cleansing you fever experienced just take a spoonful | of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my " personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your If®: sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver To...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 June 1916

": SRI ^11 under :in the iys a new Ipartment ice from large <WA'k'iriwrt 4 t * <"* ive that a large ups raised should / The most im- . crops are : the sor- icially thenrilo, kaffir i varieties. These oc- three-fourths of the I 'nn- 1 small grainy how- ough of minor impor- ave their place in'the tar- scheme and the purpose of "etin already mentioned > convey to the farmer the . ' ,< Lricnl , ., ,^€;; &: i «, ■ which has t govern^ t investigat«rs.H(||pB([ e bulletin recommends the - <" ; • • i /int-T rye and proso. Win- ter grains, it says, have been i,i-.liOPLidio than spring grains, and spring - tel. n even fairly prof - rtation fadlit^ it shoiUd be^own early in Sep- . i i T _ — « 4- K/\«i a J- J7« •. .. - _ t ,n thist-region " ' ' - - le. At the present 2r«p time the winter wheat cr€p is of much ortance from a money uhan spring oats. Both f er, can be used in a general farm- . Winter rye is desir- ise of its hardiness, its yields are not the se of winter wheat, }...

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