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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1916

1 ' . ■ ' -'ft A '%$'■ ,'^f - : • ■■■ - ' ; ;\v VI ./ : ' , v " • Wm MS ■MHM •>>.&*v r' r' vVr '«■ r*«*' t, ' * " Wx$mk fm§M 1 •-• ■ ■ . ./ *' .*, t s \ ■ :V.-: -v , / - V , V;/• *y V* ,®MiW - T$ ' " ., 1 .X^/5 •*;„' >, ' ' ' ' Ms. r .4 ,' ',<■ 'wi!; w i .':i • Lf? -,b \ , r<> . -. "./' i • '• . ■■■' ' '• 1 ; 1 . .""■' THE CROSBYTON g MM ■ ' $$991 ■ i A Newspaper For AH The People Of The G reat South Plains Of T8xas mm ■ . VOL 8. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1818 te Quarent IP8* Srli K&ii i®i mm ntined Against Infantile Paragysis. it Sail Antonio, Aug. 28.—The 'I state health board has quaran- tined Texas against the world to /• arrest the spread of infantile parralysis, the children's epidem- ic prevalent in New York and r other eastern citie3. The reso- lution was adopted at a session of the Texas health board which began here today. Children under & 16 year of age entering the state : must show certificates of good health offi...

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

■ ' —a as wmtm WSBm. i _ C 'J w~ ill'? j c kxLs4M^g^MW"-ifeKy i IfwJ **gBMBBBMWBBHBKI SHI H 1 L - ~ . jj'trti m Ml ?l.mnu iwiiJin II '■ . ' '"' 1 I'l'l'li'li WW, m £ jlTLv 11 H r % >r f iMned thai made Lanyard turn Ms back on L ™ 11?..^! . •_jl~ jl2 l;n - £11 1L --JSiC TSff^OTl iom one given by the author. , , * "ft '>'•>. Ml i ' fiT9 5 ' "it / , "tSipfA ' '..- -'\ ' " '' HHnHHHHBHHHI — fiM'&tiii- vJ-' ' ;> ,; ■ >; :f /-. ;. u L: I / 1 11JU , < B « a restaurant fa- OS&t <$|§ I - CHAPtJER I/-] ■jjgg2|X ■ Troyon's. '/oil's " side. ;ie 1 Of in its' dt , vtth a by a select eoalUng was ''lar second to none, its rates ridicu- Wv<a JJity to loose upon so excellent an , .:,u;?;c; ;:;v/ani:;n of tour- , profane every temple ol' gas- U||||MM| on the right bank of the j building was of three stories, a dinev drab, and trimmed dull-green shutters. The restau nt occupied almost all of the street front of the ground floor; a blank, non- eommital double doorway at o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1916

41 ' *" ! * / (! I . ' •■ : ■ - 1 . v. y ^; v - ,.>■ 1 " The Agricultural Review A pige 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 C1QSBY COOMTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. ~—- .4 ■ }:l k i| MACHINERY FOR ROAD WORK m 1 . l mS ■" - M:.1 >• ' •' V ' JH 1 ISK?:-:''' "After One Passage Over Poorly Built ■f • Roadway Surface Is in Condition 1_ for Use. There has been put to work on the iroads in the vicinity of Philadelphia, a new and interesting piece of road- making machinery, which is attracting attention because it performs several i I operations at once. After one passage" ■over a poorly-huilt or worn-out piece of roadway, the surface has been •planed, scarified, rolled and left in good condition for use. The "once^ over" is all that i$ necessary at the time. If a roadway is treated by this machine two or three times at inter- nals during t...

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

iMMf mm^wm ■ _ _ _ HT CRUST FLOUR JUST RECEIVED! talso meal and bran i v' 'i &kV f,-i ■ ii-a V ■( -Wi~ ' Goods Are GoosJs Anil Shoes! . a large shipment of Dry Goods and-Shoes and can new please the most fastidious. Ginghams, Percales, 'fetV fiiitinorg and many other, new goods whiGh are not mentioned in this ad.- ——— and prices are right UUIHI] Phone 39. in and see our fine when in town animate our store your headquarters. KARR COMPANY — - ! i r • ■ i 1| W&feM 1 1 I P" V'. 4 ■ I MM amamsm DC3C YOUR BACK ON-A-GOOD THING m HOiEJUDUSIiY II h SOUTHERN COUNTRY McCRQSKY'S TONIC,, PRj[CE $1,00 PER BOTTLE JO I 3JC mt 3? it cures Indigestion, Kidney Disease. Rheumatism, Chills and Fever, Old Sores, Boils, Eczema and all Blood dis- Sw^'Por Children with Summer Complaint it cannot be excelled; it cures Colic instantly; it cures Mill. Leg and Old Sore Led of every description, and Female Diseases. OsET For Sale by STEPHEN E. SMITH, Crosbyton, Texas The Crosbyton Review Published Every ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1916

We are pleased to announce to the Ladies of Cros- ||f byton and Crosby County that we are ready to serve them in, our Millinery Department. Miss Ann Morris has returned from Eastern mar- kets where she has been studying fashions and selecting- the Latest in Milliney for her Depart- ment. •■i-v-'iC ./ ilfeii i, * i i® nW "■ y JM :''V# 3 "■■■■• v;. • - Ansiouncamenf! i mi ; mmm IMi 3 •u mm vj THI CROSBYTOK REVIEt: 1 |'! \\$ m Hiss Morris' Experience and good . Taste, and our Method of Buying, is a guarantee that you will be highly with our Exhibit of New Millinery. We a welcome to you to visit this Department, First Inter® First SBreed. - pleased extend . Thence S 60 vrs to the K sur 26 M E P & P E R Co. 1140 cert 117; Thence E 1774 vrs along N line of said sur 26 pa39 a mound and three pits the NE cor sur 26, also NW cor of A. Robinson's pre- emption sur 1 block No 3, abst 1299. at 3088 vrs to a. mound and three pits in the W line of A. J. Sharp's sur abst 103, which is the NE eo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1916

Isllll ■■KiPIIR : winter nsy| coug!' anft ,«11 ogam, . Cthinkof, w*t 2R ney on a e fCr six ne bottle ■ . . • • ' Synopsis of Its Salient Features-Prepared by H. M. Hanson, Secretary-Treasurer Farm **--^~age Bankers' Association of America H i£& < - ~.v i§|18$ FEDERAL FARM LOAN ACT Passed. by the House of Representa- tives fcnd the United States Sen- ate June^ ^«n>8r19t6;-—; . Respectively. Signed by the President July 17, 1916, 3.—Provides for a federal land bank system In the. continental United States (exclusive of Alaska), dividing the country into twelve land bank districts composed of whole states. 3.—The system is operated as a bu- reau of the United states treasury de- partment and supervised by the fed- lw®IPI is well and hal ,, ercd <my uioaHH r: , out it in our home ><} «on8<implion I' .tod^w] i results," until we used , eral farm loan board. The secretary ; he would never be everything we could aultSj until we used using this medicine he . 0f the tre...

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

>Sw/,;T J • l? v S ^ -&£"£5 V?"$S ^ I B sm m 0ftS§ ITS MERCURY AND SALIVATES Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's WorKS Clean Your Sluggish >yz. Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Liver Tone." 'I * : v "• n EpVPR lis-i M|. tJgh! Calomel makes you sick. Take I straighten you right up and make you dose of the vile, dangerous drug to- feel fine and vigorous by morning 11 night and tomorrow you may lose e ' want you to ro back to the store and PlfJI M W- 11 day's work. -- Calomel is mercury of quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bonea. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour' bile crashes into it, break- ing it up. This is when -"on feel th-t awful nausea and cramping. If vou feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowel consti- pated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. •Here's my guarantee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 60-cent bottle of D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1916

Mr ibssja? W «Ki mfefcv* Vlp^Ir ' a t® #m!rskra^a¥®8^raj ri \ m ■ •i' 'l-' V;-: i^ pp#$e 6} L of tsur 2 Mif dibs xbst 4U immre ISxi wood tree bears fc> V? cor of Stir 2 John L , riginal Grantee, 182 Abst yNo. Block Original Grantee jHp^jp -•.- b. s. a f. g « B. S. & P. ' , a c * u m A, < & H. ®\ . 'i,r IVL M>. ... m. A.BJ&M. Mrs. Nora Wheeler iNErs. Nora Wheeler '& S & JFV •B. & ©. : ' • .... kedS Wl-2 the point of be inning of this Commissioner's *recinct no 2. Cert. Abst.No. Acres i" ;'I, j 292 292 1-53 • 8 18 ■ • 474 474 474 1541 B. & B. 83. & B. & B. ®. &. B & 33 ©. «: b; B. & 'B B. & B & B. & B. B. & 33 B. & B. >B. & B. 32 15 2 -S7- ' 933 / :202 1018 .20 1012 195 1136 •1207 .1372 1233 1234 •; 24 522 i .15 590 7 .595 10. 34 81 1013 . 8 593 —44- 640 €40 640 640 64# 640 640 320 320 640 202 640 640 640 <M0 C40 (140 640 640 640 '640 640 -644-^ 20 19 i; 72 18 Etgue 19 eague 27 sue 28 te 29 m •B. &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

mm . m T ex a s re atSouth Plains People Newsp9per wswam '"'■■■■ V1 TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1916 CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, President Wilson Eulogizes Lincoln lijiitjoSii l-ansi Presented to, ■ .. ' I "y.,, Sept:"4. the memory politics, bat a $ ered from alt p: try cheered him at every appear- ance and turned his visit into a Lincoln and avoid eat crowd gath- ts of the coun Texan Heads State Pres- h'Liwj \ j L ika u" fusions. New Orleans, La., Sept. 6— Henry N. Pope, of Texas, was elected president of the Associa- tion of State Presidents of the Farmers Educational and Co- operative Unions of America, an organization of state Farmers Union presidents, which has just closed a three-days session in The Compulsory Setter State Superintendent jSives De- tails of the Law. i . campaign event. The president accepted for the Federal govern- ment the log cabin in which Lin-" coin was born, in a speech de- voted to an eulogy of the Civil war president. Standing on a temporary platform at th...

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

1 =1 : 'fr[ •* M V&- : a y CROSBYTON REVIEW. *- I4MH4* m: foenMil From the Scenario by Grace Cunard ' ™ " '' " {Copyright, 19U, by Wright, A. PtttwwmJ SYNOPSIS. p.-baif of a t>rokeRbolnf° . ©rar^ aow^aper woman, order editor, to go to the prin mmmii aiioffen to eca out the the inscription. Shelf " Uhoffen arrlvaJf-W On|Hll ilia chasing tha aecrtt INSTALLMENT ^^Irliii/xxi'x. ira&gl flit:V Kin CartMaw. || ( > "So you find It convenient to enter ■mr room once more unasked?" Kit* avflB flawhpil In ffnrilifan Indiums loco omttfc ttojj as she faced Count Sachio; Hllllm ~ liSI iyoux^rodiH;- mademoiselle, Imt ours. We pay for it and have con- tfaera.vaB some definite pur- pose in secreting me here away from my.friends ?" "Assuredly, a purpose very definite, and on© from which we do not intend to he Bweryed, mademoiselle." : "What then do vou-purpose doing "We plan taking you before the 7^Bg-HSortherkteg-of43ret2hoffen, but • ' Wm SH jp£'v~ I si/S "I'M* 3m wiWm pISl Ml own king...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

II i .vH |pS K m ' ;¥'M Kk M|§ m1 ®j|fe %| v, M Ml . IWlfe CR§SB Ui '• II !■■ ■' '■)- ■B . 'M^-H Ml • :V raiss MMiii 00000 0 0 0.0 0 0 i% |tug* «ru*Vu 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 THE CROSBY COUNTY FARMER'S OWN PAGE. every day tasks on the farm. GOOD POINTS FOR COTTONSEED FEEDERS Hill II HSKWSJS Cattle and Hons In Feed Lot. Sou# Stomach mmconstiwt mKmrn ■ S"j: I- 1 1 ' 1 * ' ' 1 ' •• . ..«* < - J ; > i ScL;"1-'- , t, fcl /.V; & pr * I ' ii ' fel LOWER EXPENSE TO FARMERS 4aood Roads Reduce Greatly .Trouble of Transporting Crops to Market —Cause of Distress. "Before the war in Europe affected the rates at sea it cost the American / farmer more to haul a bushel of wheat f nine and a half miles to the, railroad station for shipment than it cost the buyer to ship the same bushel of •wheat from New York to Liverpool, a distance of 3,000 miles," according to a bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

i— ii r ■' MS® I s , 1., .■ ■■■ ' . V lv;v:.>:,.",;y-- "■■: ■■' ; ■ ■ :' '"■■■"■■'■ ' 'hip-_ijmiiii ' ANNOUNCES •' i- ■. .'■; v; ■ "• ■' • \ mmm fc'.. '-l'!'1 , ".-. «M > -*; ..... , m. /l GRAND OPENING OF THE PEOPLE'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE D MS^SXSmi i> i m DWARE SB %- ' GROCERIES m iiitss SHM flew® MONDAY, OCTOBER 2nd 1916. W STORE-BRAND NEW STOCK-BRAND NEW 5% Discount on all Purchases made on Opening Day ' ' i , ' ■ B- ° ' * ositively the Newest and most Complete line of the things you need carried in West Texas! IfllSI lift! . • i,' • 1 ' f' Windmills and Supplies Fencing-1- Tools Plumbers Supplies Implements—W agons— Kitellen Utensils \ Complete Lines of Harness, Leather goods Staples Fancy Goods Fresh Canned Goods Fresh Bottled Goods Fresh Flour and Meal Everything from a Tack to a Windmill. Dainty Grocery Goods of all kinds. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES Furniture Blankets f ^Spreads — Quilts ; Sheeting Rugs, etc . | Toilet Articles Perfumes Soaps I Line...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

HH9 ■■1" k lisasiiiii > are pleased to announce to the Ladies of Cros- byton and Crosby County that we are ready to serve them in our Mftlmery Department ' Miss Ann Morris has returned from Eastern mar- kets where she has been Studying fashions and selecting the Latest in Milliney for her Depart- ment. | Miss Morris' Experience and Good ^ Taste, and our Method of Buying, highly is a guarantee that you will be with our'Exhibit of New Millinery. We a welcome to you to visit this Department First Here First Served. pleased extend Crosbyton Mercantile Company s "We Are Making iosiS" 1 South Sid® Spar® J. w. Aynas, Mgr. J " ELECTION NOTICE. On this the 14th day of Aug- ust A. D. 19] 6, came on to! be beard ana considered by the court the petition of B. W. Mitchell and others in writing Abst 20, Cert. 1-58, and is alsoS. E. Cor. of Sur 10, same block and grantee, Abst 919, Cert 1-54, at 12353 vrs past a stone 14 "x3- "x"x4" marked "X" the S.. .W. Cor of Sur. 8, block BBS&F asking t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

action in . ' ' : 'r' ■mm J zwMK n URDERED BY WMMI ■'. > t Midi Mr to OTa° y'aSl6r3 i shrall"it BoiaMhlng nd nausea; eructa- id undigested foodrAj as soon as Pape's Dtapepsln f in contact with the Btomach all such distress vanishes. Its prompt- /«&!$ certainty and-ease in overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a reve- lation to those who't^jUHHflH -Ad?. Naughtycal. at is the; difference between port and starboard?" asked the boy. "Port is the left hand and vstar- ' the right," replied his father, do you ask?" ■ ■ V nothing much, only Tommy Jones got fresh, and I laitded a port & on his-starboard eye." ^ — : Different Kinds. "What possessed you to tell that ugly Miss Flatter that she had a com- plexion of cream and peaches?" *•' ;i v/ar; true enough. I meant sour cream and yellow peaches." What Made It Lean. She—What made the tower of Pisa He—-It was built in an age of fam- ine.—Lampoon. 'ene Kills Eczema. , ~-at us prove it. Accept.no substitute. If- your Druggist does...

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

gssHi "i i tmmmm HH fiMM&wM-1'- mi llll.wll .111 ^lj.11.1 .1 ! Y cw lilifi \r ifi _ Naive and Pretty Crepe Frock InnocenOVIerrlment, l\ e following conversation was overheard between two of Dr. Anna u- sm L^- aWM v •: 3§fp ............ $ mmM ISSHHI mk msBr si IS to your Stomach, as , . . . : ' " " / this important organ . -■ : • v.. controls your health. your strength and gen- eral happiness. For any Stomach or Bowel weakness try OSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters . SHERMAN K"S Southwestern Agents for ; Hayfon ©RAISE "Siligefi Pumps THE BEST PUMP MADE Send for Descriptive Bulletin. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA p Free Simplicity Book tells all About tills wonder-l till hotchcrj its compact,' modern design and eplen- did hatching qualities. A1 jrour dealers or writo uo. ' IndJsuapollsCorrugotingl Indianapolis, Jud. loa-vsrDrover Btr m+m * to 1 * ■ ■ ■ T E R3 TT S Awnings, Hay Covers, Cotton Plok Sacks, Rubber Footwear Baseball, Sporting Goods, Tannls, Rain Coats, Slickers and Leggings Write fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1916

f \ , M\Pl] piMM v ',vjyy>c^ \ u M rbvibwV ,y.Y; tneN B I/of Hb3onf cert 122 *i5S ^ • t: *' - , • ; / ll s * ^ * & I ■ - -- ^ ll MlmH wamfHHl Jjl;$: vrs to a stone 12^:10x4 ™ked S W 1-2 this point of be,, mtmmg of this Commissioner's Precinct no 2. ■Bttdert/- Al?Bt, Wo., Aoyegj k&Wmh.m 41 mmm^' ^ P as; P V$E * 28 1||b|| ■ m ' '•■: is & G, N. E. R. Co. " ' 6-713 ,, & G. N. R. R. Co. - (*713 « H. & C. N. R. R- Co. i 5-714 ■H. & G, N. R. R. Co. * 5-714- iH. & G. N. R. R. Co. 5-715 H. & G." N. R. R. Co. 5-715 . H. & G, N. R. R. Co. v,Y<: •:■ .,; 6-716 H. & G. N. R. R. Co. 6-716 n ■■ ,fl ft F. ~ ■ -• - 'S t'M I a A. I A. B. Mrs. Nora fcllra. M mm & "m'.A 32# 1233 640 1234 202 24 >•/ 640 liliis -'HI Blllili | 27 m 2S H. & G. N. R- R. Co. :. :28 H. &*G. N. «. R. Co. C. 17. 1 C. U. Connellee 0. u. | C. U, Connellee IpSp m mm 5-717 5-717 t.;. aytr, C. u, , c. u. ! ' C. U. ' . a IT, K/ o. tr. Y C. u. c. y. c. u. . ' C. IT.. -;-Y-- c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

jm l#§ mlm ]^MWM mM m '■M. ■ H mmmmmmm ■ \ V: V v : :i■ Ml i floral ' '''JM- ,v. ' ' I . ¥ ... .: ■I •• : ■ RIML. People N e w s p a CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1916 —= gsg« si ~"'^r Jrosby County Cap- tures Many Prizes. Counties in Many ,:armand Vegetable Products. Both Gins Ready. Crosbyton's two cotton gins fired up for the season Monday morning and they have turned out about twenty-five bales as we go td press. Cotton is just now beginning to open good and in a ' Crosby county has fared fairly week or two the gins will berun- ii _j_ j ; it t. di— j— riincr nn full flimo TVip :r*rnn is well at the Panhandle State Fair now in progress at Amariilo, having taken first premium on the following entries: Seed cot- ii; ton, cotton bolls, best stalk of cotton, bundle of oats, threshed if maize, threshed kaffir, cauli- flower, egg plant, parsnips, ap- ples, maize heads, native stone; and second prize on lint cotton, speltz, watermelons, kafir heade, I baled alfal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

itwjs mm ■I }fyw n t' I > §8 mm m&0N& i ; *, j. - MB HE RUSSIANS . J ., ; -r , 0, ASHING TON. As a t Km - LjgOfifeS of : ,*~Wri them. As a result some publications, the wide'dissemination of which woul<l 0<w be for the public good, such as lh~, OUGHT T' Congressional Record and a number of1 SCiju, T departmental reference books, have, had a relatively narrow circle of read-' * ers. '■ One of the latter is the United: States Official Postal Guide, which is filled with information of great im-, portance to individual as-.well as com- • mercial users of the mails. It has, sold for $3.50 and ?3 a copy with . .iements, and a very small percentage of postal patrons have feltj istified in buying it. Believing that greater use of the volume will makr-fori ■ greater efficiency in the utilization of the complicated mail facilities, the 'post office department has taken steps to place the guide in the list of "best1; Sellers1' aihong government volumes by radically reducing th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

MMBB MM mm ■ Ml ssiis M "mm HI pH ■■I iHHiR sm THE CROSBYTON REVIEW mm Siittsisiiiit x %#\ THE LONE WOLF II IT By^LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE +++—* ,;0':--' v'.' ; • till®1! (Copyright by Lonla Joseph Vsince.) i . 8YWOP0I8. • ..At Troyon's, a Furls Inn, tho youth Mareel Troyon, ttft&.-wards to be known 'Ifta Mlohael Lanyard, 1b caught stealing By Burke, an ©sport thief, who takes the Boy with him to America and makes of film a flnlohod cracksman. After stealing the Omber Jewels and the Huysnian war plana In' London Lanyard returns to Troyon'a for the firet time In many years I because h® thinks Roddy, a Scotland '*ard man, lo on hlo trail. On arrival he " -finds ESodoy already Installed as a guest. At dinner a conversation between Comte <le Morblhan, M. Bannon and' Mlle. Ban- Won about, the Lone Wolf, a celebrated- oraclcaman who works alone, puzzles and htm aa to whether his Identity Is sed-or known. To satisfy him- Roddy, Is not watching him, Lanyard dresses and goe3 out. leaving Ko...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

ANNOUNCES 1916 Whatever The ver aiiee and new am©] a o-date lira s ■■■■ m *1 41 4 1 4 lllftt''a srask , rest rooms, Jte® to take ear® of Baby. Courteous eSafe Store. Don't be afraid to look. No obligation Jo buy. • fr ir i" VIfIf TiPif TT^?TVtVTTT^^tTtf?Tfft?TftTtf?tfTTTTt^ t. -J Given away Between the MoMrs of 2- ad 5 p. m. )l The Crosby ton Review || Published Every Friday MIMES T. BUCK. Editor and Prop. Office 'Phone No. 22. Subscription $1.00 per Year pW Single Copy 5c. •, IMVr "'■■ ■ ' i •' ■■ ■ ' '' ' ■■ -M ■ ■'> . Crosbyton Southplains R. R. Co. Time TaWe. ' No. 2. Daily Sunday -• ' Except Sanday. ff.OO A. M. Lv. Crosbyton Arr, 3:00 P.M. 8:35 A. M. Ralls Lv. 255^. M. nffi' A. M. " Lorenzo " 1:55 P. M. V 9:80 A. M. " Idalou " F 1:25 P. M. ' Lubbock " 12:45 P.M. Time marked P, indicates stop only on aifmal. Subject to change without notice. C. DOUD, Vice Pres. and Auditor f the day be hastened in distinctions, false inferences may fall to round as dead leaves of the id a tru...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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