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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

1 ?rt" ■ «' ' I % THECROSE TON REVIEW g!gB!Sg!Sg^5^J-—IJJ^L.J'J^iSggSSg'gSgggggggrfffS'?"!!**'?^'^^ — Ill IIIIIj IIIIII'M I | li ,v Mi., ji, n.!.,,,I,a„„iiiMiiiumiii^ii 11^ViniTiMi'i<!n,,?j mm M IBS i , SPW.r.^V ■ v' ,- Bpfe Hi f® AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE. • ; ' ,• ' • ■- • • • '.'••.•** V "'••••■'; • - ' ' 11 11 ■ 1 " i rT"^ i Hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise marked down—Three good reasons—We need the money and the room, and you need the Summer merchandise at Clearance Jjjale Prices. You may save a tenth, a fourth, and even a half on some items. :::::: "T Silk Waist Patterns and short lengths at marked down Prices. : : : : : : : Printed Voiles, Organdies and Batistes, 12 1-2 and 15 cent grades for 10 cents. Short lengths, same "goods at 8 1-3 cents. Ask to see other Dress Goods Bargains. : : : : : : : : -Ten Per Ceet Dlseoiirnfc On Ladies and Childrens Pumps and Oxfords, v Mens Oxfords or Low cut goods, $3.50, $4.00. $4.50 and $5.00 grades for 50 cents-less —Add to your loo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

r,.tr, §p$;&; WW I 9 , II 1 -' m • \; 'y'- „ S Wms>. I tH" -V'' ^ X ' V"' ' ' B ■■MB -' ■ THi CROSBY MS&m ■111 retttem Jested in the .cavalry camp with her over this very question—and sh<5 s dropped her head upon her anna. A Sharp corner of the pasteboard bos struck her,forehead. She gave it an Impatient, push and it dropped to the floor, making a sharp* tinkling t noise as it landed. Dorothy glanced down casually at it, only to rise and stand as one- petrified, her eyes upon the open box and its contents, now come to view. For there, in the middle of the of flee floor, released from its wrappings— t,here> lay at her feet, Staring at he* with green, unwinking eyes—the Ens eraid Bell! Returning Tourists Speak Well of Their Treatment in Canada. S'V3- n.9 emerald promised Kynasiorv: he wliM eenger wij •: a ER VI11—Continued. * —-11— • believe Upton has the want it and have 'US®* pSKy* yet again he stared at the headlines, as if they were unbelievable. Walking like a ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

chickens running at lame Unlimited Range Is Nuisance- When , Fowls Are Given Privilege of* Stables, Sheds, Etc. i 1 A page which will be devoted eacti week to exploitiag new~ ideas In farming, new discoveries io-scientific agriculture '-and-new and better ways of doing the little every day tasks on the farm. THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. r INTENSIVE HAY RAISING IS PROFITABLE good roads work wonders Improved Farmer Chance to Reach Markets—Bad Highways Give Rectus Decrease Efficiency ^Towing Cowpea and Millet Hay (By J. M. BELL.) The' railways and interurbans have :;'V' • • * ' I '■ ' THE; CROSBYTON REVIEW mmmn 111 ' 1 11 - n WI iwlill>|Ji >m '"i ^^1 ''ii'"1,',! .'."''fe ^ FEEDER EASILY MADE =: Unlimited range has its advantages, hut if unlimited range means that the fowls have the privileges of the sta- bles, wagon sheds and roosting on the wheels and machinery, then the un- limited range is a nuisance. To give ijliJI Ipfi |p& c/V - , - - ~ Tw@ and One-Half w # as th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 August 1916

■y, • . «; 0 ..-rrawl ;••• Mil r&w mm th School Active « school 1 at the merchant and depu 11111 ?ii®W£ 3/ Graves Lubbock^aturday. . ."v : BHi and Mrs. W. H. Orandand ; ffO!'U I <5'!1 ,, - son was registered - City Hotel Sunday from : ' - l _ • • • t Ireni y of . Dickens > visiting Miss Isola Fer- on. rfir F; &zeil and children , •; nzn Tuesday to visit inley Carter left Tuesday for Ifton to look after his cotton t hat place. Dr. Carter, John A. Fullingim '""uyton Carter motored to ;v erguson an'dlittle , , , and Jay are visiting ihts in Wise county. , \ "jit this morning spend a few weeks with his (ilntley county. j and J. J- Brown i near Lorenzo were business sW ijfcnp-tt . Stewart; and S. R. ;tt of the East Plains were noted on our streets yesterday. J. K. Burke and daughter,, ar it left Monday for ie> ico o be gone several 'V-V C. C. Shj^va-pi3HPi«£nt far mer olHKe Lorenzo country was • t>s vsitor to our city Mrs. B.'L. Wilson is" enjoying visit from her sist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

fi ■ mKm ' il' ii liiil re at South P e o p I e Newspaper 111®- ■■aiai '• f- * L" ■ =M VOL 8. CROSBYtON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS. TRIDAY, AUGUST, 18,1916 Colquitt Challenges Culberson's Record Offers to Quit Race if Committee Decides Against Him. it® ,./■ -T-- M F-.1, B-j- ' Bowie, Aug. 14.--In response to what he referred to as personal attacks made upon him by "ir- responsible proxies" who are on the'Stump for Senator Charles A. Culberson," an offer was made by 0. B. Colquitt this afternoon to withdraw from the senatorial rac.f> and leave the nomination to Culberson provided a joint committee of friends of the two candidates can show a better personal and public record for Culberson than for Colvuitt. He said: "We will go before the committee and confess our sins, and let them investigate our per- sonal habits and our official rec- ords, and if they can shov^fcul- berson to have cleaner personal habits or a better official record, a more moral life, a more pure record than I have,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

. K . ' ' ' ■ " ■ ■ ', L. ■ : : : - V*' v ; :•" ^■'vA-Vi; Wfi®g T-Jr mi in v££e omans 1 •'T , I'. ASS A B IP"'' ' but for Its ivebeenplel Pii .tide lni& m £?£TJ 1 IS; ■ liioi led "Who's Gol | Is being made fern Canada, wi| Portion of the e writer would ar- for Wished, how Naders of the progress that tiire In West- served by copying a ticle. Many of the aper doubtless have the three provinces— tchewan or Alberta, interested in feeling ds are enjoying a ealth that has come da farmers as a re- careful tilling of a soil prodi- everything that goes to make atn, cattle, horses, hogs and &1IV. v , ' from the article: overnment does not produce It can stamp "One Dollar".on f white paper, and we accept lollar's worth, but neither the ior# the printing are worth a What gives It value is the u; people of Canadawhteh l '« the printed slip, and our Uth In that promise. Now do you know money? ^ ® Let us put it into figures. The farm- Wm? feB who's got the rs of Alberta, Saskatchewan and l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

.. /*, ' ' ' " ' " " .*•■■'., • ' ' . , ' ■' ■ ' . 1 V Sr. Tu« ' Sfei 1* m ; f *'■!$ m m i# ■ , Passed fey tlie Bcmrl g&f Gesisogis 1st:--The ffiMI!wffii©ta&!,@s, with A© «. rigid tests ©ff tlk© laboratory ©audi factory® 2nd~The wholesale grocer with Ms Hsigia standing ©md desire to handle ©saly reliable go©ds0 3rd—The retail grocer who desires to taamdSe ©nly_thQaeJbrands Sa© km©ws wall pleas© his customers® 4th—The lo©d officials with their rigid laws for the - purity amcD win©l@s<o>!uni©2!©ss ©I £©©d products® Sth=Aed smgpsH: ™p©rtamt9 y©ia9 the housewife with your desire lor"" paaaity0 ©ffi©S©mi©y feet satl§fffl©tl©e0 • amd p©i?= ASIS YOUR GROCER ~ HE SELLS IT 25 ©mnaees for (More tlaasii a pound ©audi ,© half . for © quarter) ii $ OTLB- pwra>p^ IfflHEBFORD PARKS LIBRAR* For $260 you can give your son a year's schooling in the beSrSqutppfitl boys' school in the South; ten buildings with library, gymnasium, scientific laboratory, armory, etc. Individual attention...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

115 y 1 1 I • • ■ ■ -v_-« iiPliifl BUpK, Editor a nbseri SHsIS B&i ._ first page, when rtisiiifl matter wjl be J£tra month. All readme its, etc.. where an adm a- arged for at the rate same as any other adver- eS&m E PUBLIC. character. mm eview will be filadly cor- ht to the attention of the /ton Southplains R. Time Table. : * No. 2. Daily ridav ExCer,t Sunday. Lv. Crosby femrArr." 3~:00 P. M._ " . -JtaJIs —iv. -2:25yrfii. " Lorenzo " 1155 P. M. " ' Idalou " F 1=25 P. M. ' Lubbock " 12:45 P.M. ■ I P. indicates atop only on signal, iject to change without notice. C, DOUD, Vice Pres. and Auditor ' ■ t fvi writing ilia and intro ng English. He the old method anti- 1 and outgrown, declares that most of the purpose? which it served originally are no longer served by it, and points out in- nces in which it has been the cause of grievous error. He ob- jects to it chiefly, however, be- cause it has become a good deal of a humbug, says the Ft. Worth 0f the importance to civ- Star-Tele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

' ■ ' ' \ viv'■ "■■■■•. •' !Sil8 ■nMHi lliiil mm iSSSlilg mm %p$ jfe|« SfeSit ■' I I Bnfli ■'■ 1 ■••■■■• \ .- ' - • ^-■'"• .r! * 1 ^ .'i; T H E C R O S B Y T O N R E V i"$ W *■■■> ■ llfc i & fc I GOOD-BYE PRICES ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE Our policy will be to close out all seasonable merchandise |i| in season. We expect the prices to do the work. *%j \ \t We are taxed for floor space. Our Fall Stock ijjlj «**«® is coming- in and we must have the room. ■' Men's, Women's-ami Children's Oxfords '-While Leather Goods are advancing we are offering you the following reductions on Low cut goods. | Men's $8.50 and $4.00 Oxfords, reduced to ...$8".G() Men's $4.50 and $5.00 Oxfords, reduced to......:....... $4.00 f Boy's $2.00 Oxfords, reduced to ■ ...X $1.75 fr Boy's $2.50 Oxfords, reduced to .... $2.00 r Boy's $3.00 Oxfords, reduced to t $2.50 Women's $2.50 Oxfords, reduced to Jr.: $2.00 Women's $3.00 Oxfords, reduced to $2.25 f- Women's $4.00 Patent Leather Pumps, reduced to $3.00 W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

& WB&M 1\- •* «c.® ***•?'•'" IT * ' ". < * p if ." I ffajpHH - - ' ®ss ■ ' ■■ ■ '■< . •" lllliSSlii v v •• '...• 1 W - mmM s #;«?] ra ;Ur. HHHBH VI!TT^ri-fe :'Y:f;:0 3fr:*jt. . m | ll&sli Hi WM H g s*-'i ' is 'apt m mmm "0 t© 8jve up the em- el for Kynaston's return, but , risk his life by going to an camp. At this pojnt Dor- hand In the negotiation#. tty rose, pale-faced,.Jxer-eyea Jth jbluefiBfli.like two tur- „ . aame-^acfeed. )■■ " "Indeed, I shall take no further rlak Si this matter; You will go, father; yon do owe It to him. I shall go with - jm, and we shall take the Bell.1 Wilkes stared at her, uncertain whether be had heard aright. "You—you—you go? Not by a losajj Shot, Miss Dorothy? Why, it'd be Bheer murder—no less! Have you both lost ^■pindB;|n. • The girl's lips were well-nigh color- ; but Wilkes, who knew men, knew i be Saw the tense lines in her (je that she had passed the dividing > between common /sense and im PPM^':fffrv v . I at how?" he asked...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

- -ii- " . • - ■ , . -MWBT"' ' -<P i , . ■ THE COSBYTON REVIEW §M ImMfflilMa 8? && S i I i s ■ . itfRR 14 . 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 ■ everyday tasks on the farm. THE CROSBY- COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE M BIB VALUE OF PROPER SHEEP DIPPING !iKV* M Actor Scatters Mane r.'sy to the ISIIiR ROW MAKING IS IMPORTANT Work Should Be Done in Late Spring %■■■ or Summer to Get Well Settled ; Before Cold Weather. Road making is a matter of a lot of importance to the city man arid the farmer alike. Many thousands of ! dollars are expanded annually in this work. Far too great a per cent of the work is done in the fall, sometimes yunning clear into the winter, for the ""good of the road and for the Judicious expenditure of the money. The road that is made in the late, spring or summer' bectimes well set- tled and solid before the freeze of 4h© winter season...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1916

■ag WMW F BBwal Ite- Hil ':■■■, ri n^npipHHHi K^-d;"'BttO(iy was trading in hw%g su 5 i£i£sb u ' > s , ii ■« wtswsmm '&§M our streets idiss Madge Baker is visiting .'oot.' ' iPortrftlsf \ v :\bin:-:!,. ■ ; "A." F. York moved with his • fartiity, to New Mexico this week. Mrs. W. I. Hardin left Sunday * un- to visit her people in Jack coi ft#. . fx ■ ' Miss Grace Rucker of Lubbock ;or to this place Sun- , ' : . "ss Maude Roy returned last ^ct two monthsfltny in loloradd. *! j H. E. 'Bowman was dovvn from Cone on business yesterday. ey went wmm tl.'lv. Jjua OMH.VVW v..~, —-• this week to R. F. Russell at Kilgore, Texas. \? L \ . \ , "j R. S. Martin is the proud own- er of a new Studebaker touring car purchased some days ago. H. L. Glover was in town yes- terday and reported a good rain at hjs'home eight.miles south.' Stanley Carter returned yes- terday from Galveston without selling his cotton, thinking the price would continue to advance. Our old friend Charlie Lloyd, formerly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

1 6 *7 ' 1 I * JlBi-iliWC I m 1 |l' I sK 1 mi V,-. ■ ' .'"•" I '"" ; . -.. . V.' •• .' - ''■> ;'■ 1 ' ■■ • . ' , '.'-''' ; ■ " ' • . ■ ' ;'j ■ , ' ' . . " '0. HI! ' ifSfS B % 9 " : ' ; ' ' reat S truth Plains Texas P e o p le istwspaper 5 ;e; CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST, 25,1916 rpus Storm Swept. ": Gulf Coarst Hit Hard by Hurrican-a and Several Lives Lost. law' — § A very severe West Indian gg '.hurricane struck the city of Corpus Christi on the Gulf, of Mexico last Friday and did un- told damage to property and re- sulted in the death of a number of people and much live stock. It struck that city late Friday afternoon and raged until about midnight, -the maximum velocity being about 80 miles, leaving the bay front a m^ss of wreckage, with pleasure piers completely destroyed, wart's gone fishing boats and other craft thrown high and dry on the beach and as far as Water street, in the ^business district. Chapparal street, the principal thorough- fare of Corpus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

* 5 r wgmmm • i Hot Weather Meats ; which will be devoted each week to exploiting new ideas in farming, new a scientific agriculture and new and better ways of doing the little r™ THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. Cooked Corned Beef, select Veal Loaf, to serve cold; and appetizing. Chicken hod. Ham-Loaf and Veal Loaf, (delicately seasoned. Vienna Sausage, Genuine Deviled Ham and Wafe? Sliced Dried Beef for sandwiches and dainty luncheons. Insht on Llbb\) a at your grocer's BUTTON CLOVER A PROMISING NEW PLANT PIGEONS SELECT OWN MATES Breeders Should Be Selected With Definite Object—Inbreeding la Not Desirable. Pigeons usually mate In pairs and remain constant through life, al- though the mating may be changed if Seslred. Unmated pigeons, especially males in the loft, are a source of trouble, and usually prevent 30- = Lilbby, McNeill & Ubby, Cliicag© much (i No wonder so many men are inter- ested In this talk about dreadnaughts They married some druco Barbed Wire Liniment leave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

' ,,(' ' i' *,, ■' . —~~T^ i . ' *£" . >4 . ,; ' - ^ ~ y V W ' ' S'~"~ \y< , t , ' ' ,.„ ' , ■ lhi§|it:fe^3;'''^ . - ^ ■ . . . . _. / • gHISp .- '" ,^.L~"vr"tr"" ■"-■■■■ ■■ ,, - -'~ .. m>-s . T H E CRO S B Y T O N> ' 1 |L l>WfTviV>^ tw - i 1 ' ! p I'" I | ■lUiM i ■ 4 'V ' tJ.. r": p"% . 3 ftf*. Tilfiil Mi^Mm $p "''■""flSP: RK^^S BEV IE W _ ^ IwlR- - • •f| *iw;l A-i." /.-J NEW YORK FIGHTING INFANTILE PARALYSIS IhM^ Mi 1 Bsraasss sssss /S sjf£r*w 1 883 .. lew Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel—It Puts Yoi Work Without Making You Sick Salivate—Don't Lose a Day's Work! '.. 'f '/■ ~V -' 't'•l^v A'V ^ •V 1 discovered a vegetable compound that does the work of dangerous, sickening calomel and I want every reader of this paper to try a bottle and if it doesn't straighten you up better and quicker than salivating calomel just go back to the store and get your money. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work All the he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

- t ^ 1 y' ♦ I < * V 1 ? m '/■ j-..: : :■./■:.•■■ ^V":1 ■■■'■;^:-:vvi-..i^ ;:.:r: .v^"-;:;-^-;.:". ■:"' MR iif MB MMK mi i®s3 XI*/ HI; REVIEW TON rosb mmm wrnmtm WmMi mMm W BBHi ' ': "■'' ■ ■ ' - BMU,= ISftM® ®W8WM And s IT Wasl es can tow.peas® lwM#l # IPiPill see our y #> # # # Crosbyton Review Kill Your Johnson Grass. Again we want to call the at- tention of the farmers to the fact that Johnson grass js going to take many farms in this county • uj unless something is done to kill itQj it out. There are nowLhundreds of acres of the finest agricultural land to be found in the. country that are almost covered with this ! grass. The day is coming when the same conditions will prevail that are to be found in the east the farms will be ruined. What's anything are Published Every Friday ME3T, SUCK, Editor and Prop. Office 'Phone. No. 22. : Subscription $1.00 per Year -f:- ,-f^} Single Copy 5c. on Southplains R. Time Table. ■ - No- U Dally Except Sunday No. 2. Daily Except Sunday. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

rttrW. Mm - '■'■■'mm ■in Hi T U E cROSBYTO N RE VIEW GOOD-BYEPRICES ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE - Our policy will bosk) close out all seasonable merchandise in season. We expect the'prices to do the work. We are taxed for floor space. Our Fall Stock , is coming in and we must have the room. Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords ■v.While Leather Goods are advancing we are offering you the following reductions on Low cut «;oods. Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords, reduced to $3.00 Men's $4.50 and $5.00 Oxford?, reduced lo $4.00 Boy's $2.00 Oxfords, reduced to $1.75 Boy's $2.50 Oxfords, reduced to $2.00 Boy's $3.00 Oxfords, reduced to $2.50 Women's $2.50 Oxfords, reduced :o $2.00 Women's $3.00 Oxfords, reduced to $2,25 ■ Women's $4.00 Patent Leather Pumps, reduced to $8.00 Women's $4.00 White Calf Pumps, reduced to $3.00 Children's White Duck Mary Janes, 41.,50 grade for .$1.25 Children's White Duck Mary Jarre's;'J2^25 value for $1.75 Men's, Women's and Children's Tennis Oxfords and Bais grea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

PP " ^ ' ■ mmi - Id i ■v'^'r4 mmm mm. mm -<-r ,THB crosbyIton review ^ 5| 1 A ■-«* - ?v 4B* Hf tii'Milii n.VWhj Mil II Ii|)u.i>iiiliu,f. iiWi. 'i ii|7ii)j " UJIfj[ i"m if lUiiiuUj'^lflni'j]' UiiiTifu M Wml'WSwm More Territory in Months Ago. IN DINER RESPECTS fallow Hammering Teutons Hard on ^ Ail Sides. SEEMS WEAKENING t L-.ieeUvo •mu - Chief Developments of Year • Int Terrific World Conflict. PRESENT MILITARY AND NA- VA1> yORCES^OF THE WAR- wSim i .< U !,ciuifii'n ■ uttMt icm JOtiOes)......4,500,000 ' 2,500,000 I o known)7,000,000 .. 1,600,000 150,000 . ............... 200,000 igro .Practically none , ' u definite I) 75,000 apan {only officers at 800,000 .Total, entente ayic3,..,_.15,225,090. - 5,000,000 Austria-Hungary .2,500,000 iy ....1,600,000 1 ....................... '."00,000 . iota!, central powers....titfoo,000 i nOtblng -ektepi ■ Spp sofne ofwhoffi resisted, charges sharpened sticks In their hands, Russia was fpr^aM frill back j?apidiy, Twice It' deemed the fl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

: ^.-!;-/■ r:-^r■?:.^^;!:^■ ■■>:v■•;.-• ■;■ w"V^■ ^-V-'1 :■ ■-■:■ -V:';■ v:::v.-r.-.: v v.v-:. K* <A , < * ' ^ #4 SH^WIMvp. f lSSM/> > ^ . , $t ,\ $ ;MI%> h % j>m J 'A> >$ 77?J, . ji. .. :'/■". ■' . . . • ' . ■.' i t! ■ 1$ ^ *rf ">^4 ^S7« t I «| ' ( s # THE G & OSB YT 0 N REV I£ W ■/'.- %plfi J ;« ~«p •' ,$ > - 5® s riiiv, /■% "> ■ I' M ; WBm& V m lippf ijw * v^>, -CHAPTER X—Continued. yfcW , ~ —13— III 1-—OorotKy'B father has been killed. H 8he is grltff-stricken. The blind priest wanders into the American mine house, leafns of the murder, and, of- fers hlmsitrfor death at the revenge- ful Wilkes' hands. Then he turns to state the purpose of his mission. AFOUL NMMB .men 7J JL? Cap!* : i ^ George B. Rpdney S- ■ "What mission is this, father?" It was Marian who spoke. "My search for my lost Emerald Bell;" the padre replied. "It is writ- ar' ft ■r . >. 5,. m -T :.f j- ten, 'Many shall seek but it shall be Midden from them.'" He paused,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 August 1916

' l„ jf|!§ vr,#^^:"' ;-,l f. *t| -:.' M-5 Li..fe> IPisfe:Sf?S'■ SK' ;.;■< ■ |i4 ; s . Jy'. ,, ■; . ..■ ■ ■ " T'4 *' :':■ "■' ' ■ iiWiSiil •2$SCS 4, : . Jn v^m vu .— - ■ grown dumb, hbspbi ade; moons pale, and rken, ■ sad eyes watch for feet that ver come, -' • ; -:' ' "And morns wiUfade shadows darken. amll never. One of us two must some time face - existence Alojge with memories that but sharpen pain, " t •And thefre sweet days shall shine back in the distance .'. Like dreams of summer dawn?, ^in . nights of rain. . ' Unc of us two with tortured heart half broken, Shall read long-treasured letters through salt tears. ; ; " Shall kiss with anguished lips each cherished token ■ * . That speaks of these love.crowned, .T delicious years. One 09 us two shall find all !igbt,^_sl.l_ <" ' 1 beauty, <! „ All joy of earth, a tale forever done; Shall know henceforth that life means ' pl§ tflffc only duty.i. p"' ' 0 God! O God! Ilyve pi!y on that - , one. --Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Vrf...

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