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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 July 1916

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

MM ■ - l'®* '•••:- ••' ilRpdneu t, .... tThe hillside where he lay was cut ay' .to': serosa IHi . I - 1 mm New commanded ne two wom- Miss Upton's miles across the leaves women —? with a detail ilia gun runners, force .; o? Car- „ ie and they surren- orothy and Mips. Fane ~ -naston returns with lean priest .appears > Interned Mexicans :ht across the line ell stolen from a tken from him by [est Is' searching for .. to return it to the nds Jewel and reports quarters. Major Up- .. "headquarters to talcS~ ,bless. captured., SPrlest disappear. Kynaston nith one man to aid ded by Viilistas. sutenant Kynaston *'10 American government -about to Invade the b, if he has to admit Kiiat he has violated jy crossing the bor- ■ Mexico—an admission mean his dismissal CHAPTER IV—Continued. ;r,r.: v stay here, Bergeant, with the rest of the detachment, on the Ameri- can Bide. I will cross over, and if I "id 1 need j^ou I shall Btart a fire. " ifc:fee it' for ten miles. If you fire show three times,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 July 1916

I il 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 OWM PAGE. §fl§ tu | ii« $■ AVERAGE COST OF HEM FEED Results -of Poultry.. Experiments t-—" Washington Station—Leghorn Costs $1.35 Yearly. From records kept by the Washing- Ion experiment station, it is estimated -that the average cost of feed for a Saying hen is $1.50 per hen per year for the general-purpose breeds, such as Orpingtons, Plymouth Rocks and Langshans. The cost for Leghorns and Anconas has been $1.35 each. The average cost of producing eggs hara been 16 cents per"dozen. In incubating and brooding trials, ■out of 3,000 eggs incubated, 2,300 chicks were hatched. The loss of -chicks, during the brooding period was 8 per cent. It- was found that chicks hatched from eggs weighing from 24 to 27 ounces per dozen were more vig- orous and grew more rapidly than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 July 1916

r.', ,, pwt _ _ „.sefor ircCane Sugar m&Mm > i m 9k %' &W . mmgm ^ Si ■V5-;: mm ' . i "'"''iCseft:®'! M&H ■M I g _ M IP la i ' J ......................I £|t;: -1'- - V-i *;.' % '■i - • «J I . (•■- ftgy fejfes iSSEPP^ r- • "■ H Wak • t mm .- ii^tiRSHl BHi - ' •■ . • ■ ' ' ' . • IfKWtBfflSg BS 1- 70c 70 c ;o. Cans - - 10c Pork and Beans, large size King Komus Syrup . MM -■„— VI M t Flour per sack Old Homestead Flour per sack Pearl Meal, 35 pound sack for " 17 i-2 pound sack it Cream " 35 pound - " " 17 1*2 pound sack 12 l-2c Pure Mill Run Bran $1.85 $1.70 90c 45c $1.00 50c 1.60 Red Salmon, large size Pink Salmon " " I South Texas Pure Xjomb Honey direct from the Apairy in Bee County. Large size bucket $1.50; small size, 75c. es are a few of the man our prceis are always in ' '•'.*■ • 4 \i, lh\ at our store. We buy the best goods that can pp] FRUIT FRIDAY. Phone 39 Phone 39 Sheriffs Sale. Sheriffs Sale. . Editor and Prop, none No. 22. 1.00 per Year 2opy 5c. >d Class M...

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

BHHBBf'- • ■. , --— - r - i >i|;|iiiB|iijTnriqm^ii jigprnw"^iwi!Bnro"Sllwa^ 11 JW!gJIWIBlll||W!!iJII!ll|ilM ■ '■ ' ' ~ ... . ' ■ ■ ■■ - " <~-^y V . ' THE CROSBYTON REVIEW ^ "" i——i— II m Willi mm Ill I - 1-11 — ■ ■ ■ --|-|Pii|-|j lT|jiYiiii-i,'J||i-Trr" Vrfiwi'f ■ IE JULY BARGAINS At Crosbyton Mercantile Co. our .aim not to carry over any summer merchan- , We mention a few Bargains below—Will show you many more if you will come In— , *• . &mmTK- - 1— 1 "'— — I Men!s-Athletic Union Suits $1.00 grade - $.75 -.Men's Sport Shirts $1.25 grade for - - - 1.00 Men's Paymaster Overalls - . - - - 1.00 Men's Paymaster Jumpers - - . - - 1.00 - Men's B & W checked pants (belt) - - - 1.00 IgChiffon Tissue in pretty light colored stripes 12 l-2c grade for - - .10 | Dorris Voiles in stripes and small figures 12 l-2c grade for - - ol0 Large striped Voiles 36 in. wide 15c grade- .10 V Amoskerg Ginghams in pretty §£ checks 32 in. wide at - - - .10 A good 36 in. Cambric for - - - - .10 I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 July 1916

SliS: • - 'V- •> ---" f- mm ' • HSU hi T|fl <•/* * l" 1 & 2 ,<r \ $ |J ||p | ^ | Wss& ^ ' T II E: CKOSB Y T 0 V I E W '• ...*..; -* *v SmI hH >r. &*-' . '../.'vfV4;: .•,{■;.?& / 5^w%l LONDON CHEERS THE AUSTRALASIAN TROOPS May Bo itJf fa let *11V CS ' ■ ' "■ iedy for 63 years m Ha Bit- father that whit© poker was a peppermint tab- V.'A — 4 ' . ' it?"-—Hobart Hep- IS «T l that you kee IPERATIVE Price 2E _ a bottle of MissiBSippl Cordial in your medicine ' use for fifty years. —Adv. la In a Va- v_ _ J^ippwlnteres . Here Arersome of the preparing them that add iterest, ,« , the best ways of cooking is to steam them. They should Ifiaed from skin and placed in the /steamer and cooked on- tender. boll ne^ potatoes is scrape'them apd put them in cold t sprig of mint, and then;. 11 \ done. The mint adds jus flavor." ; ' jr il? te fyix, them With smalt . ioile$ And equal in size to the potatoes,-sliced thin in whole slices, rhese slicea should be dressed with SVehc...

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

> -3, - 4,^-., * .. px l! ■■H: OILS 1 WAV Just Once I Try "Dodson'at Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- nated Hfiadnnhw^Oon't ^ose a pay s Worki pated, Headachy W' ? Liven tip your sluggish liver! Peel ®n« and cheerful; make your work a Pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bitlon. But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because It makes • you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver, gpL "which causes necrosis of the bones. !$£• Calomel crashes into sour bile like Itf dynamite, breaking it up. That's '> when.you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me? If you want to enjoy iV the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful oi harmless Dodson's Pli; Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer ' iik sells you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dc^e of nasty calomel and that It won't make you sick. Dod...

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

mm TELEPHONE 22—2R. dHI 8 ! M ksp «. s sa ■ ?#, ■ M iMI JPijBaiw i aha wW^.. . ■ 1 they saw its beatl*?, shall know decay. ' ; mM • bmldiid .i temple^^^® th infinite loving care, ..For the temple the mother huilded ;' Was upseen by the "eye of man. 'a temple— • Crumbled into the dost; stately pillar, Food for consuming rust. But the temple the mother builded Will last while the ages/ roll, .s?Vr|hat beautiful unseen temple 1Was a chiids immortal soul. v-Uattie Vose Hall in Ziion's Herald. ■ . , - ' 1 i' AC,', oil 1,; any wind to which the fountains e have been opened, UKuBBS^Sl^^&' « i-'■ i '-"v '*£}&,fA''vtiiLji • "z r: „ t faculties—will find sources of in- st in all that wtids it; in the objects of na- iure, the achievements of art, the cry, the inci- dents qf history, the ways of man- ■ /resent, and their prospects in the future. Itispos- ibl indeed, to become indiffer- .. all this, and that, too, ^ s ISP feSiiSlS ||i§§ having exhausted a sandth part of it; but only ■ (m...

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

' i wmmm ,,k'M .'w «5 4?/<v. -;, -, saffin K2iES3iS25 &l&gsss2fis£! I f r Stllill I mH| ........ -sL-T^.{a^"r' V* . i ' y :r*,i f,*f 2®^ .WftSMf'l Newspaper P eople South Plains Ifiifti re a t syiijp #$ VOL ft CRQSBYTONt CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916 Mall ftout8 Bid in MS«i' iBid Smi By Smithee & Driver The new star mail route from 5re to Roaring Springs has been let to J. T. Driver and W. W. Smithee; their bid being $990 per annum. The schedule and orders or routing the mail have not yet been received by our post- master, but within a few days at least this will be an established route and a very valable acquit sition for Crosby ton. The schedule will probably call for leaving Cro3byton about 9 o'clock each morning arid to re- H ' " turn about 3 in the afternoon. Ifgffip,„ Jill U. .ICW - • ■ Froro Judge Spenser. ,. Lubbock. Texas, July 8, 191$ jjk'% Voters of the 72 Judicial District: I have tried to see a3 many voters in person as I could, con- V ' * s...

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

iI 1 w ■ 1 ■ I laippafei TEE ; ■ *"v ..' •—*7—— Oorothy TJpton ana e. two worn yaaston. rt<al_vHla gun runners ainall storca oi :Oar Una and CROSBYT Ml ShR** 1 > /1 REVIEW GeoraeB. investigate repo; Villa troops drlva ■ r&wsa across border line and they surren- der lo Kynaston. Dorothy and Mrs. Fane f#tni at carapwlien Kynaston returns with srHSJI rd0par? and taken from him by mtsmm - ttoape. Priest is searching for urn it to the :ynaston finds jewel and reportr Iquarters. Major Up - headquarters to tak< in oraer to return it to ine > finds Jewel and reports at: headquarters. Major Up- 8«l across border with one roan to aid Upton family surrounded by Vlllistaa. The water sucply runs short. waiting for death won# than ? Doea the man .con- dsmhed to baehot at mipiarcii^ fer most before led out to execu- tion? Consider the feelings of a father when he learn# that a mob is going to sack his home, kill, the defenders and steal his beautiful daughter. I j A iH it down the ...

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

;!Ij _ ■ ii mim ":$ "' ' * "" moon Gown With Adjustable Cap; ^HWIIIIII—■iWn ii drown altogether any tit may make of what you think you no one "hut MWIWWBi ■ 4pf Whether a Ufa Is noble or Ignoble depends not on the calling which Is adopted, but on the Spirit in which It is followed.—Sir John Lubbock. CHOICE PUDDING SAUCES. COMPANY MEAT DISH&S> . There is no more welcome meat oisss than chicken pie and when bahaad/: ttt the lndlvlduafdishes, $pftP «j e s p e c 1 ally attractive. When cooking the chlcto en, if a small piece \M onion is added, not enough to be at all oty ISN'T THIS a III Uncle Sam Aids Cupid With Model Cottage Plan OTjTA3HINGTON.—Uncle Sam and Dan Cupid announce the invention of a W "perfect love of a vine-clad cottage, economically and scientifically made," that an? prospective builder can obtain by writing to the department of agri- culture. This model house is so in- geniously arranged that it will save the housekeeper 182,500 steps a year. There are, besides ...

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

m iS. uncor ' of' I onf^'slii -our fhen A this obs ne imbued with SI totf$ I aad readers JF>i pa*. .when wottei w.U be t and chafed tor according. - > directorialvJH be ch*tfed s. ctc„ where on udmia- "jrot the .rate ; aa any othpr adver- ■■JHi ft ' u "' ••■: y*. THE PUBLIC, |gS Jon upon the character, >-if «ny person. «ny' appear :Reviewwill be.gladly cor- " : to the attention of the ... . ton Sotithpiains R. me Table. I No, 2. Daily fBiivu- i *i" "Except Sunday. . Croabmn Arr. 3:00 P.M. Rolls IA-, 2:2«P. M. ^ I | 1:55 P. M. A umiou , " Ft-25P.M. Lubbock " 12:45 P.M. tea stop only on signal, .notice. 'ice Pres. and Auditor ►llowing announcements ction of the "c primary, July 1916. trict Judge: PENCER ROBINSON ■. ■ EZELL . PARRISH come intolerant of opposition and refuse to recognize the possf. bilityofany views except our own. .; .• light cite a few instances, e favor a certain man for ident in 1 the forthcoming national election. To our mind he is the only man possessing ...

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

'/* ; ■ • - A ■■ .. ■ : ; • T HECRO S B Y T O N REVI E W mmmarnmrnmsmmsm Execution Sail MORE JULY BARGAINS BETTER JULY BARGAINS '* % *i* gr From t! Discount- ' i mi IN S&s-! W '"'7.i7* s' ' ' 1 ' • ' it* '■ _ tiie original marked price S U M M E R MILLINERY - per cent Discoia«t= the original marked price ies House Dresses, Ladies Aprons, m Dresses, Ladies Palm Beach coat "Ladies Ready-made Skirts and Coats and Ray ether' BARGAINS .not mentioned above. ........ All New Goods and worth .the Original price. Crosbyton Mercantile Company "W® Are Making Ctood" South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. I- 11 LOCAL AND PERSONAL H.' L. Owen was. here from Floydada; Wednesday. P W. B. Smith left yesterday for Lubbock on business. ' Dr. J."W. Carter is spending the. week at Tulsa, Okia. Miss Ann Morris left Tuesday for her home at Henrietta. Ted Swinson went to Ralls on jbusiness yesterday morning. * W. O. Tubbs of Lubbock was in the city Gn business Tuesday, y A. C. Browning of Dallas vis- ited...

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

WIMM I' ■gfMjr' JjjJ.U..11' iii.N'1,"I'1 f. ,.J, 111,111 iiiiiijiiiliiMil'il Ill _ .11 fiV will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas infarimng, sew in scientific agricwlture and new and better ways of doing the1 little , Jay tasks in the farm; THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE.; ■viwpnHK: 1 sftllliii Hi ^ n WmK^h'' I oxical Quality, •fie queer thing about tr v' lorn find a green one." ^•Progression. i tfeey get that disabled t?" sr buoyed" her tfnd then ' her ^TREM* DANDRUFF lp arid Falling Hair With ira. ' Trial Free. Oa retiring touch spots of dandruff . a&d itching with Cuticura Ointment/ axt morning shampoo with Cuticura m^BtkiP and hot water. A clean, healthy Jlp; r*eans gootf hair and freedom, in st cases, from dandruff, Itching, "^^^MSf^PrmtingsiaMjicaliBgSr Free. sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston Sold everywhere.—Adv. P$ Not j$|$^I?I$o 't-: you bring that ® ,'fegain. He's unspeakable! Unpardonable; . man here mhr, m he i...

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

* L ■ ■wNNMHK ■■■■■i ...... ,. < A IN SIDE rV ■'; >':k =*=%?* , wsiiaaaswa How Mw. Kelly Suffered and How, She was Cured. i" "" ' . \•,• «, Wis.—«1 was very irregu 4 pains in my side and back, bat aftey taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound Tablets and using two bottles of the Sanative Wash I am fully convinced that I am entirely cured of these trou- bles, and feel better all over. J know your remedies have done me worlds of >pe every suffering woman - wim b«vo wiem a trial."—Mrs. Anna 710 Chestnut Street, Burling* - * The many convincing testimonials con- stantly-published in the newspapers ought to be proof enough to women who ' ' Buffer from those distressing ills pecu- liar td their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham 'a Vegetable Compound is the medicine they neeci. This good old root and herb retfiecfy lias proved unequalled for these dread- ful ills; it contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. 'If therfc is ©my peculiarity to your case requiring...

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

t v"" ■ ■ ' 1 ' ' '' *> ' ' ' . ' * '< • vsN- •■* J> «(*•* i ;,4 ; mrk -Mv< ifrfSteBSPi msmm mMm SiWS t > Sv ■: ;.. -i.v •■ HHHHHH ■M* T H E C K O S B Y 1 O N R EVIE'W ■ I, in hi i i i'Ii in iiWiiiiif'lTiiiiiiiiuilllnii "iiiiiiiijn inn mi Smid WORLD mmmmm BHkI good sort MfgSgi lcr. a* r s cft n|gyv - lhememdei'3 of the M F Sr Club were entertained by Opal home late inthe afternc Carter Wednesday afternoon, find that-Mar.y had planned a, sorrow we M gloomy weather, „ I$ to love and hopes to cheer, r of compensation tf|i for those who make ; of the situation. ■ i oolcs for luvers of ■ - ' *■ 'V' rith nature in happy union; s are cool retreats from the noon- tide heats | r souls may have, sweet com- munion; 1 site's a spot where the sun „ shines not | ere's always a lamp to'light it, ' there's a wrong we know ere long I I ■fc heaven above will right it. ;"s not for us to make a fuss aiise of life's sad ipischances, • wear oUrselvis out to bring a^out I j in our circumsta...

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

«* • 8- * bg I u f5#sl fmm . mUmmUk , "J ' 8 '' 1 ■ . fc-a mMm I mm Mm >• -• • _, >v-'-T.:,'?f ■ mm ISi "r'-!'-i: t'K^'SS :". 1-Sf'V"' PSaios P~e 0 p I e. The G S o u-'t h newspaper TEXAS, CRGSE^TON, CROSBY COUNTY FRIDAY, JULY 21, ■ ■; : life 1 SB > Skeleton of Man Found. # %£Sheriff B, W, Mitchell received ^ a phone message Monday night k from the extreme southeast cor- " >■ ner of the county stating that ^^^fs|he";remains of a dead man had its: mm : . ' I iM , <v ' - W\ 5 m/-: :2ilii£i:; ' flHLr^r iflfe vii : I ' S'SSS '**• .■S'liK''." IS ftiS £: S>" ■" ^... , ■ ft trl t#$$i 3 §W£iiZ I s'fsfe- $8 IP sSfetft ' SfeS been found in the Swinson pas- ture at that place. As soon as -possible Mr. Mitchell, Judge P, %, Parrish and M. S. Carson left for the scene' of the discovery to investigate the report. They re- turned in the afternoon and stated that it was only a skele- ton of a man who appeared to have been killed long years aero and his remains buried in a small ra...

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

_ went to ft ad He said I eraifon, but . tgo. I read ia „.9 paper about a-a Vegetable Com- 1 told my. husband about it I I win try^BBI : tngfroritthe/v ?mWmm 111 ;i.' mmi !e to sit down and fast with my hus- donefortwoveara., est of health and le operation.'' — Mrs. 602 Flushing Avenue, _ ^n's knife table. Sometimes io; but many times . are jiecessary when >t Letter after letter comea ham Laboratory, telling how were advised and were not * or, if performed,did no good, kham's Vegetable Com- i used and good health followed, want advice write to Pinkham Medicine Co* tial), Lynn, Mass. I Vlfll T CD Placed anywhere, at- LI MLLtR tracts and kills all Mm, Neat, clean, or. I namentol, convenient j cheap. Lasts Oil I season. Madool i metal, can'teplllortlp i over; will not noil oi {injure anything, I Guaranteed effective. I All dealers orOsont express paid (or >1.00. ,100 D« Kalb Avo., Brooklyn, H. V. "1 hate jam." ."|f? "Do you mean on bread or in the trolley.earsV" ... ; ^ v- . ' . ...

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

Cpartan Woman Suffered Un _ . but who wants to be a Spartan? "Femenina" for all female die. Price 50c and fi:00.—Adv The Proper Place. Manet's young man Is an 'Then why don't she enter Wash day is smile day if you use Red Blue, American made, therefore i^Say, how would you class these ex- pert military aviators?" r^'*'J"Why, as shooting stars." the sky parlor? Cross Ball the best made * ' & ill $ 'alee disorders. aviator." entertain him THI8 18 THE AGE OP YOUTH. You will look ten years younger if yon darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by Using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv. - The New Style. "This convict corh plains that he was railroaded to state prison," "I suppose he thought they ought to take him there in an automobile." "I may not be a king," said the derby hat, "but I at least wear a crown." And then the band played. Toads do no harm at all. , Til© Effects of Opiates* 1 HAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and its various preparations, all of which are narco...

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

^_J| t£ |HK ....... fNtan mm mm ■nH >t* .• %,W'-V 8feWs^S| oes and if .r,i^,^v.vVv ®s tjwX- rate Bi V , __ " ■ ^ >X1{> ,„. , - ...^pp iir^ii Neckties. Dress Goods Men's Straw Hats, (only a few) regular price $2.50 this Sale Felt " " " $2.50 - $4 Men's and Boy's Shoes Men's ancJ boy's oxfords regular price $4.50 $4.00 .50 Boy's " " " $2.50 this Sale « We have a large selection of Men's 50c ties this Sale 11., 35c Also a large selection of Men's 35c ties,, this Sale 1. 20c 10c 8£c 8k 5c 12k 17|c plads and stripes, regular price 12k m"r*ry checks and plain check, stripes and colors white, stripes, and flowered, Cloth, flowered and plain Misses and Girls Oxfords 25 per cent off. this Sale $3.75 $3.35 $2.90 $190 These' are only a few of the many Bargains you will find in our line of Dry Goods # <$> pWe foave a large stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Special Sow prices on our entire Stock. We sell LIGHT CRUST FLOUR for $3.65. The last day of the Sale, July 29th, we are g...

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