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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 July 1916

¥Mmm [ | MORE JULY BARGAINS ( BETTER JULY BARGAINS r\ i'■" " i • - mpnan flM USl MiBc Fifty Per- Cent Discoimt= From the original marked price MIL S U i i E R MILLINERY =Twettty«five per cent Discounts 1 H From the original marked price On Ladies House Dresses, Ladies Aprons, CSiidrens Gingham - Dresses, Cildrens- Wife Dresses, Ladies Palm Beach ceat Suits, Ladies .Ready-made-Skirts and * # . Sport Coats and many other BARGAINS not ,J*ealth is the hariftany of all one's organs. Pain is a( physical mu- tiny, riot and \ conflagration among the cells. When the liver, pancreas, stomach, nerves, and the rest keep step, and march along sweetly by com- panies W the, music of cheerful thoughts, you are well; you are ; ill when they break ranks and | become a mob. Insanity is mental confusion. Morbidity, despair, self-pity and all the doltish doldrums of the mind are indications of un- disciplined thought. What we call sin is but con- fusion of desires. The com- manding captains, wisdom and ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 July 1916

>r ; |fe 1 Mg i!&l$k " iiiViji.'Vi' ■;'li, rrn •-^ ■h KITCHEN CABINET W&WrirM Np^i,^iijV«™W4'|".,,T,^L|< . {,*! ^ vrt? ^ ^ '}'■'.C'' '';'-C'': '.'" ''Y DECREASE COMES WITH A0TO9 AND OTHER CONVENIENCES. 1 " but Not One She Expected ON.—A smiKng gentleman with eyeglasses walked down House lawn and was stepping. through' the _ the jungish women, just about to enter, gushed up to lihn and. The gentleman hat and shook the hand. \f f me, Hrf President, but I telp telling you- how per- ly we think you are. Marie, . Wilson. She lives in Wilkes- , has never seen you—" ie from Wilkes-Barre ventured fe% don't you, Marie? And, Sent, will you mind giving Marie your autogranh; It would lect-ly lovely to" show it to them, at home. Give the president your ,ote bookf-^^i: ;-'^.. Marie held out the note hook. The gentleman took it and wrote: ifs^'v'-5 $g& T. Brown, Chicago." right to give his name. ■ ' He told it himself to a newspaper man. epartment to Have Handsome New Building .C...

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

1 j 1 I 1 Pla 1 1 A 1 p:; 1 s .. 1 ■■;0 ■ ■ ■■ MM S;" mmmm * TrO N REV J E W . -.. SCENE AT OPENING OF: llP Il-p * / v ' B.'i <■ 3 '"? -i « , J.J? Rli esb? m„ :irm ■: " &•>%?■ -•• #68 • < &«• , Ajagewhich y/ill be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new jp$coVenes 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. CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT SILO k'<> ' m??y mm TURKEYS WITH PROFIT Many a Poop* Little Poult Never Comes So Be Beautiful Bird Be cause of Wrong Start «si-2 . *- : ■ > -J Turkey hens raise much better poults than chicken hens, for the rea- son that they never wean them, but hover them at night and watch over them days until they. are nearly grown. Many a poor little poult never comes to be a "beautiful Thanksgiv- ing bird" because he has not the right start in life. He doeB - not require much, and that is just the point where we fail him. We wan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 July 1916

* £„£ a. .v ■■- wi —_ ■ ' ■' ■ ' • • ' ■ • ■- 5 > iWt ^ppiSRIil sttfsi . ,'j.. i Canyon, Randall County. - — Candidate for Associ- *1 vr*>efiCe Court Civil Ap- Sti®ir|pie Judi- cial '-TMa*.^ ' : 1 «as born and roared; at Ceruleaii Trigg County, Kentucky, rep- ; t!hat; county *4n the Legist term, practiced law at Hop •Kjv, two years,- theii in j J881, moved to Jones County, Texas. 1, practiced law in that and sur- ..yJaiding.;-gpunties till A'S9S, except two A,'cars he was County j Judge o) " .t county, -then located at Canyon. SfipivComity, Texas, where his en ume and thoughts have been de to the practice of civil law, elected, will give his entiro and' thoughts to his duties as ciate Justice of said Court. Ha life-time Democrat, but if elected. t>ot as judge, know any political vJ or creed, but will, as Judge, d the law, which is a rule o| o^i: and no respecter of persons desires the Democrats of hii ct July 22nd to select the best ied man for its nominee; let th< alt f...

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

sfciSsa - ; -■ ■ **_% * 1 \ ? >;&* , x ' BBMPiP 'WW1 and Goiter- wtetK.' iH ■■■ ■ ■V ■■! !;£$■ p- ; I ';&i I ■'■j m fe 1 >~i-' m ■■■T<>& 111 soil In SeeosldRuii Vote For County iahd Commisser In Two Presets. he Democratic" primary elee- ' - turn passed off quietly, in Crosby- r; ton' and throughout Crosby coun- g^H^-last Saturday, with the usual p nitereat "centering ~ around the HI ''various candidates. The returns from the different precincts have been slow in coming in and he net? If we are unable to give the vote '' by,precinbt in this issue but will *& try to give it next week. The !1S Ii ^°11°winK 's the total vote for- 'couhty ±oir the var*ous offices, A } however this may not be correct mmm®. m some instances; . .FOR UNITED STATES T'ENATOR •S. P. Brooks — 250 Colquitt - 158 Henry 65 CampbelL - 54 Culberson 71 FOR GOVERNOR Ferguson - 229 Marshall 55 Morris - 317 STATE TREASURES Baker ° 549 Edwards 81 Munn 26 CONGRESSMAN-AT-JLARGE Byrne • 47 Cooley ...

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

I$f|lf i H Bei "\ii8-n.f P#fll mmm mmmmmmm 9HHNREH ii,;,.Bi.li}iij,:lT sssa 2" ffiK; I ii , l ,i,a,. s > \i,',; ^ . .■■VCF1 PWPLj^^slPj -■ i >>rtii|,iiua!i^MWLiin|iii^ii|i|ilii|iw.iiMiluW 1§£ IliiSSS ' -* ' , : ' -i CATE WEED PEST HIH Canada Thistle- Was Introduced Here by Means of Seed. isks ob the farm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FAHMER'S OWN PAGE. MAKES MONEY WITH SHEEP FLOCK « . . -J , ',* 3>%J •V:: H mgmxw.> Group of Shorn Yearling Rams. KEEP LITTLE CHICKS CLEAN Cleanliness Must Be Observed Before IBB Youngster Leaves Nest—-Use Insect Powder, ^ *sh' 1 -" :WI*hnut absolute cleanliness and • at sunshine It Is Impossible to obtain perfect success in raising young chickens. Cleanliness must be; before the ypung chicken leaves Its nest-ln fuct tt-shoald begin with the making of the nest and the placing ~',A ^llfyftheggs- therein. the nest boxes should be. filled ^^.^bout two Inches deep with loose -earth or-sod and new, clean straw should be used for the top filling. Before th...

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

If DON'T STAY BILIOUS; CONSTIPATED P 1 Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Mad—Don't Lose a Day's Work! Republican Hope of Success Not Too Apparent Calomel makes you sick; you lose a flay's work. Calomel Is quicksilver and It salivates; calomel Injures your Wrer. - If you are bilious, feel lazy, Bluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches 'or"stomach ia.Bo.ur, just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real Iivfer 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 be cheerful; full o£ yigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a EC-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone |i#'- HflHTCRSMrnis Ji @illTohic Sold for 47 years. For Malaria...

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

, g f, , •- - _ g r- « ,4* ' U SSIf fiti ; :.'; :' ■ ■m * \,('^ ' ' *"v '" -* WMRl^WtTOff i« i Mi C R O S B Y T O N R E V0I E W w&mm n THE NOMINEES ||l\ticfe H Saturday's primary is a most Si iAPrfES T/'gUCKl t>> Office ■ Subscription ,$1.00 per Y> plf' Sjfetfle Copy {1,1 %'-^jvtfered as St-cord Cjass Matter Jan. the Post Office at jj j|B -«n, Texas, un H act of March 3 w$ .'KING UATKS. il. 915.00 per week. Half pafie (I p«t week. Fourth page display tr ek.' Less than one fourth page on. Locals and readers ling on the first page. when Bed all aUvertisina Mattel w.ll be t out and charged for accordingly. £ ;od|je directories will be charged flp&r toonth. All reading :u:,>..;nts. etc., where an admis- 1 will be charged for at the' rate ■H|jH||{|il[r '': ttdveir? IOTICB TO THE PUBLIC. ous reflection upon the character, i j jy per on, may appear s^iaw- ^FHre'IteT^rVvni Be "gladly cor- i ( m 1!ii. to uto .silt nlioa of this course we all missed getting some of our *fa...

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

'v " fp "O'i i In m &£ I >5 U ? $** f T "" ! '"®' I. ■ , " •'■••." ,s > . 1 • • • . ■- -.. V • • '• .'(..r.'-M •••Av - "" •■■'-■, , " ' '-. I : • ... 1 ' t ' k : - ■ ■ • ^:: ■ - '.: . ■: ' . ' . ■' ~ *" ! Sk- * - . "1 ■ Bookclub,- In ttiB Time of Trial. AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE. ,v/ Hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise marked fsjt;down—Three Rood reasons—We need the money and the room, and you need the Summer merchandise at Clearance Sale Prices. You may save a tenth, a fourth, and even a half on some items. ::::::: ' | Silk Waist Patterns and short lengths at marked down Prices. : : : : : : : Printed'Voiles, Organdies and Batistes, 12 1-2 and H; 15 cent grades for 10 cents. Short lengths, same"" % goods at 8 1-3' cents. - Ask to see other Dress Goods bargains. r-: : : : : : : : Mrs, C. W. Murray was host- ess to the Boob ClubTuesday af- ternoon and the occasion proved a most enjoyable one for all in at- tendance. The game "Travel" was played and the club prize, a bath ru...

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

M mmmi fr;*> • '. "" ■ ■■ ■■ ■•m&M you can. W accusation is CABINET > ' ■ ' V: itlnued. Wms v«i Eton swore ■ and down the jed Impotent* itie room. Ap- ' I sacrifice his life Itself;-bis very .tigat^too, was -I ba .torn to m ; Jjbur after hour tobacco,-but o ed. He had a ,nnot enjoy , Hid to guard hfs leader from the blow that thought and thought till the tiny Btars came out 1 ike forget-me-nots-in- the ■slcy, and the camp woke to renewed life in the coolness. Presently, he was aroused by the - M^MjgMM|MthQl the shadow he heard a voice, )£ the officer who '"Si-siJ .What, is it?'; "If you will come with me it will efit you." Kynaston fumbled in his boot-leg ' ■ . j'i'.1'. automatic pistol still lay elOBO io his log. Fortunately, he not been examined for concealed capons: the Mexicans had taken for t ;viaan surrendering him- . self would not be fool enough to bring arms ihto a hostile camp. ' Kynaston stopped out. The officer . ith two guards crowded their way with their pris...

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

■ i Bgf-j .• ? ■ '•?;• I! - .3 ■ •-. , ■• *v >* -M • #*•/ ■ \ ft!/ Ir', N y-vr m (OWA' GUARDSMEN READY TO JUMP ON MEXICi ■"■anf", [ 'III I V Grant Is Deluged by Offers of Old - Bags ASHINGTON.—Secretary Tom Grant of the Washington chamber of com-, -jnerce be'Rg swamped with letters from people in all sections of the Waited States who have rags to sell. Each-mull brings letters from farmers' wives, letters from farmers' boys anil girls, and letters from the farmers themselves, stating that they have a fine collection of rags which they are eager to dispose of. One woman in southwestern Mis- souri, who evidently thought Secretary Grant was personally collecting rags, suggested that he call with a wagon, since she had a supply which had been accumulating in her attic for the last 30 years. "No living man can tote 'em," she wrote, "so you'd better bring a wagon." Another woman, who lives in Iowa, says she Understands rags are in great demand, and 'wants to know if two bufehels of the...

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

-,r'T ■ «K^.: K-^'i p*' reitiM: S&tfoa" AwtoU' 2/ou.W ^ him , If you were as sternly trieW J there ever a plea"' '"> That you ivMlin'% v. . mm. ^ Wluft smt of a frimul are y<m? •; '==- Jutt one of the fair day*kind, AmtowhmVffS&iw* blue, mm^d whenhefalls behind? ~———?, ' itself out at all . 7^rr, mm I IgSiPB ii V T;H ;E vP S Dofyotc, BHBHBHWHWi joy that's nigh To answer a brother's call,, Or selfishly hurry by? - Do you stick when his day are glum, As you did when his dm were fair? rrr,„„ ho that vou would come \< ISliiSS! f§| do tfou thinfe of ■Each minute the: whole day through, Oft om. fort, o, 'fa me a nd pelf? What sort oj a friend are you? —Edgar A. Guest, in Detroit Free Press. . j SE* -"'Taj - Lewis' Chance and J. B. Moses local and personal! of the Ralls community were in Crosby ton Tuesday. ■ Isey of Ralls was in j p. c. Harris'Jr.", of Keller, n yesterday. . t Tarrant county, came in a few h Rericha was noted on (day's ago to visit his uncle, E. W S> U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1916

ftSjfgS •X*Si, I j : '' | H i -Ss mm wn Farmer Committs Suicide. Our quiet town was greatly shocked when it became known yesterday afternoon about four o'clock that John Conway had committed suicide at his home a mile north of town. He had just been to town and apparently was in his usual cheerful spirit, and no one would have thought that he had the committing of such a rash act on his mind. He called at the drug store of Dr. SmitWtlnd after insisting ||tat tha doctor take a cold drink /ith him, he purchased a 4-ounce * yial of chloroform, claiming that . he Wanted it to kill screw worms in his hogs. He also purchased some strychnine, and said he 't0s to use in poisoning Be had used these poisons • ' before and.of course Dr. Smith did not once suspicion any bad . . intention on* his part. After making this purchase he steppedinto the barber shop next door and got a shave, going home 1 imniediately from there. On ar- il riving home lie changed clothes. putting on his best clothes, a...

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

I WKKKKBm ■ f". M m Ksif \ Prmi per Ydar Secern^ OlassW under the act of March 8 UUte 1 I PPADVERTIS full page display ad/ ilepiay ad, f8-00 per] id, $5.00 TW Steele. ■ S . aw ■ pone display one fourth page ais end readers ' ' rst pagr. when be !w«Mncta Bach '(>C per Iiao t^ac^ijJsertl ^display a ts not si <nn until ordered o^t aiid charged for accordingly. All church and lodge directories will be charged r ^or it tbe rate of II per month. All reading flotices for entertainments, etc., where an admis- 1. • t fAU A* *Vl£ T-Of^k -line just the be charged for at the rate same as any other adver- mYGETS,GOOMAINS.m oodTOcal rains have visi many portions1 of Crosby caw since our last issue and as a & sequence the farmers are all jubilent and report very flatter, •'" . ' , . « J _ .. _ „ |BftiWl8 8p |ft-< lilii Notice to the public. Aoy e^ronous reflection upon—itiie . character, wsm landing or reputation of any person, may appear tue wluitnw of the Koview will hi' : ifWt'ed &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1916

■ ; _ THi,; CliO^YTOM 2E?!Sf ^ ' ~ AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE. Hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise marked down—Three Rood reasons—We need the money and the room, and you need the Summer merchandise at Clearance Sale Prices. You may save a tenth, a fourth, and even r a half on some items. : *: : : : : : iW.lif I l I "M I I > ■ , Silk Waist Patterns and short lengths at marked down Prices. : : : : : : ^ • B Printed Voiles, Organdies and Batistes, 12 1-2 and ,15 cent grades for 10 cents. Short lengths, same 8mu;at 8 1-3 cents. Ask to see other Dress Goods Bargains. : : : : : : =Ten Per Cent .Discount Social, Club, Church Affairs By Mi's. James T. Buck. 3.R'- • • . ===== ii jg On Ladies, and Childrens Pumps and Oxfords. || Mens Oxfords or Low cut goods, $3.50, $4:00, $4.50 and $5.00 grades for 50 cents less—Add to your looks and comfort and save 50 cents on your footwear. •=Twenty-five per cent Discount— On Childrens and Ladies Dresses, Ladies Coat Suits, Coats and Skirts—Some New Sk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1916

\ , ■"' "'■" ' " ' t . nes near R? "^eaAiy| Mrs. f*. Pj| a visit f I Moore of me at Here- : ' . wife resii- •e trading here joying uncle N. B. . .. ■■ ■■:" ; ■I 4S firosWn ^he.dru«*i8t, was " here from Ralls Tuesday looking after his drug business, SSa&SS-u# 'v, -/'v.-'- ■'■ R. Taylor Woodson left this —-morning for Sweetvvater to at- tend a Blanton rally tomorrow. Postmaster and_ Mrs. B. fT Mines of McAdoo were prominent Visitors to our town Wednesday. . r&inattf, e will remain indefinite- friends are sorry e' looking for- stoherreturn. d daughter and a Mr. He and wife of Knox county, spent Sunday night with their* old friend B. W. Ellison and family while passing through on a pros- pecting trip. . : ' ' Murry, W; H.< Bushing and Will Gibson of the McDonald community were pleasant callers at the Review office while in town yesterday. They reported a good rain in their neighborhood and ' S'SwS y the County attend this meeting. The Board wishes to be of the utmost service ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

I ■ Plains O f T ex a s reat South people Newspaper -fr-r? CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST, 11^ 1916 Celebrates Anni- versary o First National Bank Breaking Dirt ; 'For Handsome New Home. mim ip-y Angust 9, 1909 the First |J:State Bank of Crosbyton, now X the First National Bank, threw •t open its doors and announced jffthat it was ready to handle the - banking business of that brand new little town called Crosbyton. * The bank was one of the very first enterprises—established in v' thev town. It immediately be- i gan to take an active part in the affairs of this community, and : :t has continued to do so ever since. The Crosbyton* ^Review, in its issue of August 12th, 1909, chronicled the opening of this bank and predicted for it a suc- cessful course. Seven years have elapsed since that time, and on Wednesday of this week the bank celebrated. its seventh . birthday. It js interesting to look back over those seven years and note the growth of this bank arid also the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

" J •nr RHHraH t 'y: IBYTON REVIEW :R ■ > iL:.;:' '': 9M1 . is doing leln those detained lis Island Station dur- riM-Commissioner '; bearing fruit K?I,J "y SH, 'scuse mt. When1 . _ Dr. Frederick C. Howe, V commissioner of imuiigratlon, was eeted in this manner at least a en times while showing a visitor 'i the detention' ward at Ellis The commissioner listened ! patiently first to one and then an- — giving each a kindly answer, is ays-a- writer in the New York Her- ald. Among those who addressed jn elderly Italian woman, who talked s expressive of 4he hopelessness with -her case; a'young Freneh- M * V-'i* ife? petite and earnest looking, who, when cook, answered, "Tres blen," Jew, who during a previous untry served in Sing Sing and is a Welfare league, all want to get away," said Mrt Howe, oing everything possible to make It more ant1 homelike around here.-We have re- y restrictions which heretofore existed, >ry that the more freedom they have the ■ly they are inclined to cond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

—— I • SSshS&W 4 ■' ' „ •' ■'■ " • ' '< ' I ' r ', I \, ip w - $ t?* ' " ■;V-v : :■■ .mi | fe | iMh T HE CROS BY T 0 N REVIEW tr t ir> ttv 3! SUMMER HOME OF THE HUGHES FAMILY ia E Pmkliam<'s Veg* !e Compound. ' Wafhington Park, 111. — "I ^ tha mother of four children and have suf- fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil- dren's loud talking and romping would make me so nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all! over and feel so sick that I would not want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's ^Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re- stored me to health and I want to thank jou for the good they have done me. II have had quite a bit of trouble and , worry but it does not affect my youth- I ful looks. My.friends Bay '• Why do you i look so young and well ?' I owe it all to the Lydia E. PinTtham' remedies." —Mrs. Robt. Stopiel, Moor© Avemie0 Washington Park, Illinois. wish every^womarr^wHo^BugeFiir from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

mmi r ption $1. ingle Co saieoxd B AD |WBsyPli MMB [' display adJ ■ WBmBKM 1 I K «&sp,^ ■ppi top week. Half page tmpmmm t' fourth page s and readers e first page, when vcrtisifta matter wJI be ed for accordingly rieswi.il he charged month. All reading an admls- charged for at th". rate the same as any other adver , ,, r rioc f ' Hint. s , — H TO THE PUBLIC. upon the character. n « any person, may appear the Review will be gladly cor to the attention of the 9JSHT T H E, C R O S B Y T O N R E V I fpot cotton has . now reached mmmi the 14 a"d everything pr°p- points to a good price for this " year's fleecy staple. In comment- ing on tfefi .price the Abilene Reporter says the following in a recent issue: Central West Texas is concern- ed in the outcome of many en- terprises and tasks, but the sav- ing of the cotton crop this year is the paramount problem con- fronting the farmer; the mer- chant and the business man of whatever calling he may be. So far weather conditions have been i...

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