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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

i® £ m mm if ■ \m m Cedar Posts-MURPHY. ■A. J. Beeson. is here from Lamesa. Y David Aynes went to Lubbock 1 yesterday. ■ m> Posts—Any Size or Price ■Murphy. Moore C. Hess is in Texico on business. #:See me for Wagon Frame Lumber.-MURPHY. Dan Hagan was here from .Rails yesterday. Arthur Kelsey was here from Lorenzo Saturday. Mrs. A. D. Owens went to Lubbock this morning. J. A. Stewart and J. G. Norris were here from Wake yesterday, r Mr. and Mrs. W. F. §trange were in from the farm trading Saturday. Williard Jackson of Tadmor, Ohio, send in his subscription to • -the Review. Citation by Pi Plication, th having been made as re- quired by law. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Crosby county, Greeting: You are hereby eomfnanded to summon Elizabeth Moran and the unknown heirs of Elizabeth Mo- ran, by making publication of this citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a news- paper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

■Ilillilii w&Slm a«hwfed!|irom-pagiei||f of sup 2 Jnqt. Gibson, it 4 tit 11406 vrs to a UMA marked N E 1* ' tree bears I 2. vrs cor mi SFo, Block Original Grantee . N A, B. & M. f J ~ A'6. & F, a & & F. t <—#r:c. & ii. F. ■ipa a. <3. & , p. pi •A. :b. & M. e , ■ A. 15. & M. A. B. ft M. Mrs, Nora Wheeler Mrs. Nora Wlieeler j . B. ft SB. t ia & B. ' , -13. ,& (3. ' - "■- B. & B. ' B. •& , B. & B. ar SSR«$0$$gffi « « * .V ling of this Commissioner s ;inet no 2. __ _ , v.vv.:: E.J8LEJOJOK ; V . :: 5413 . Co. - m. H'M? *2 \ ' 3* • H. & a N. It. R. Co. 6-714 «. «J fl. .XT B.-53 . 3 % m ,474 '474 - 1541 . No.' Acres 933 640 202 640 1018 ; . . ■ «40 Si 91. & G. N. R, K. Co. ' 5-714 i M _ ~ 5-715 15-715 6-71G ©-,716 5-717 5-717 32 2f 27 b. & a. -L B. & B. 13. ft B. 2G B, & B. IS, & «. 84 B. & B. B. & B. <B. & B. B. & B. B. .& e. B. & B. J3. & B. B. & 13. B. & B. B, &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

90f * announcement. We take pleasure in announcing the arrival of our ty, W , Stock of Sail Meichandise. We feel justified in assuring you we are able to show you the most complete stock of Dry Goods ever offered to the Crosbyton Trade. Our Stock consist^, of everything usually found in an Exclusive Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear "and Millinery. The greater part of our merchandise was bought be- fore the advance and as we buy and sell for cash we are in a position to compete with mail-order houses. Will you kindly ^ive us a look? Crosbyton Mercantile Company "We Are Making Good" . Thence S 60 vts to the NW cor sur 2$ M E P & P R R Co. abst 1340 cert 117; Thence E 1774 vrs along N line of said sur 26 pass a mound and three pi t^, 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 eor said sur No. 1 block E, A. Robinson's pre-emption a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

W | ife, *<t4$8 i 8' * ■ "' . ,':; -■•■ "W' THE CROSBYTON REVIEW OF YOUNG PECAN TREES . hS* Bill ■ I L* ■ 33, Finkham .UML^' publishing ** "" Aya they truthful ?1 if do wowea write such letters? ' H w we say that never have we ed a fictitious letter or aame. &e, knowingly, have wbpublished * * Bthlui letter, or one without the I written consent of the woman I :^wroteit : '•I :- ,. ,,^ *ea®on that thousands of women | ivom ail parts of the country write such grateful letters to the Lydia E. Pink- 4||I^P«!^^ne:Q).'ia thatLydia E, Pink- ftlil^p^^getable Compoundbaa brought happiness into their lives, unburdened with pain and suffering, " It has relieved women from some of forms of female ills, from <Jja- placements, inflammation, ulceration, frregalarities; nervousness, weakness, and from the 'blues. — impossible for any wpmap who ^^e#*^Vndwho; f '^Mtea^wV«ufffe?ed'. ^realize how'these. i^pw^kna^Eing1 wo-' '•W^ftt^irfieel when *e- B'EsS • '#?' fwm nm w 11 M " jM mSmWmmm m lof...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

! Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the and Bower Cleansing You Ever Had—Doesn't Make You Sic •• ■ ■ • Stop Using calomelL It makes you spoonful and if it doesn't .sick. Don't'lose a, day's work. If you feel lazy, sluggish,/ bilious or consti- pated, listen to me! Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile, crashes into it, breaking It up., This is when you feel that aw- ful nausea and cramping. If you feel mlL Imoclced-out," if your liver is tor- ypid and bowels constipated or you have ■, headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour Just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. B ere!s - my guarantee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a.. 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a MM & The famous old ballad has been sung for nearly a century by the cadets of the United States Military Academy. Its history makes good residing 1:W: 4 mm im$ W$Sm> We'l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1916

" vj * •, ■:1^v- v >V- ,. "•. .. . / ■. .'. : ■■ -■ . .■ r-.-... • - * > < • * ■ . r, , ? U K U ^ N K K V i -■ ■ : :. " ■••' """ mSS6m WW STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES We have a large Stock of the very best Groceries. ._. Light CrustFIour; White Swan, Royal Blend and Limited Coffees. California can and bottled fruits. have Goods, Brand Shoes made of Ha en and children Mb- leathe Worthmore boys, m ■ ■ for men < IKS ' - ' " i" " •■**.; if. me when in town and make our store your headquarters. '' V: ' '< Phone 39. Phone 39. I nigh esteem and that is cause of ray keeping all plans a secret frox-n him swered Lillian the i son-in-law, the 9 Club, Church Affairs I strikes . : V ■ By Mrs. James T. Buck ^ ^ ^ m ii|Reception. \ Seneath The Green Bay Trees love of father my [and son has since existed be- an- J tween them. Last but not least Aunt Martha got the lovely knowing j white suit engaged beneath OUR PUBLIC . home of Mrs. A. H. [sbel a most delightful reception s given for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

/-V '■ ^ *' ■ j For All Tlve G reat s o ThePeople iewspaper Plains • ■ CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, " The Local Labor Question Solved. ' 'A mmJ ■ Commercial mony W Club Working in Har- WithOur Farmers. mmm XL The Crosbyton ' Commercial ' Club met with the farmer's of >*' " * ' ' ' 1-1- -™ 4'Wa rtAli'viFllir\i"ifiA llil Crosby-county in the court house Thursday night to discuss ways and means for bringing in suf- ficient labor to gather our crops this fall. After an inteicsting .'discussion, it was decided to adopt the following plan: Any farmer who- wisher; labor V5 ■■ lipfs ■ IP# 1 1 ten# 11: 1 -wk i^giS2i". - < : I - m §Bfl K % - m K_. & > m §• If j mm tifli l V-WJ i mm IH ■'will go to G. M. McK.ee, cashifer }pf the Fisrt National Bank and secretary of the Commercial Club, , giving him a list of the number of laborers which he de- sires. He will also deposit with Mr. McKee the railroad trans- portation for these laborers from Ft. Worth to Crosby ton. As soon as a ear loa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

$ ,. ,«™: v^^«Mfi*s«3<ii&aaBaw!i#a wi^^ gya^gawmB an _. ,.i •Mil I® SliSas Swill "Wh«B I was going of. life! had*. tutl B«|lto;W child'aliead. The factor said it was hree years coming ndgavememedi- for It until I ■§***? ■city for Bowie time. *Ot coarse I cohld not §o to him then, so Sieterin-lawtold thatshe thought n'a Vegetable Com- ii It helped both Life and the tumor and me I did not need tike doctor. nofcham remedies until the ...gone, the doctor * M, andl. 'tit since. I tell every one cored.' If this letter will] others you are welcome to use it.'* ^ - E. H. Bban, 525 Joseph Avenue, tftiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ~ J a pure remedy containing the ' v© properties of good old fash- ots and herbs, meets the needs n's system at this critical period fe. Tryit u iiu9 hw you, writ© to , E. Pinkham Medicine 'vflteas.:' for promoting 6000 roads n Made by Chairman Diehl for Great National Congress to Held in "Washington. ' — "Unquestionably the time has ar- rived for a, great nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

i ' . THF, CROSBYTON REVIEW '*ai; sssm'?J 11 i.4,..'!i',jr -1 ..■„ 'I.i"MI'.1.-'■[-1111,11L''i i?'Jij/J"! 'A;-"..*."':v-^.v1 J— BELGIANS GETTiNG MORTARS INTO SEW POSITIONS 111: 111 IS sasasssi Members ol flew positions tlie new Belgian army are here seen marching past with their 73-millimeter mortars to take up VIEW OF THE WATER FKQWT OF-TRIESTE PROOF THAT COURTESY PAYS % ^«§vr? Business Man Tells Hovy He Placate# v iAngry Customer Who H ada Real Grievance.. Ia tho American Magazine ■a' writer ~iays: ■ - "I soon learned that the average woman, with the burden of housekeep- ing ou her shoulders, is the most ir- ritable and - unresponsible creature alive. A. delivery ten minutes iate can bring on yonc head a mighty wrath, a wilted. ietiirce can lose you your best customer. I had to stand between these women and overworked delivery b<jys, careless shipping clerks and sometimes inferior goods. One instance: A woman was to give a din- ner party. Her groceries arriving al- most at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

warn ■19 . §! : It tffi i « ,v - fkzS •■ w*' .. - WtZ' m ***** T, H E C K O S B V^2§! • , . -;:,:M./: ^-:: ANNOUNCES k ■> |; hr^nimp a®PW'!Vr. 'A 1 ■ ■ 1 p®s fte 11 BRHMHI ....... ■ ■ .... —'" W0I' ' "& ■ Stt.: Immense quan"" • Everything L S! g ypactecS daily for the lag Opening. IN THE STiUE j j pHMv i ■ 1 £ 2 FREE! service every half hour from Crosbytoe Inn in and ride. BBjai SKIP The Crosbyton Review Published Every Friday ■ ■ ■ ■ ' • ■ '— JAMES T. BUCK. Editor ahd Prop. Office 'Phone No. 22. mSm Subscription $1.00 per Year Single Copy 5c. M'- 1S : Entered as Second class Matter Jan. 14,190.# at the Post Office at crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March S ■■ JE li— l87Sg ADVERTISING RATES. Cull page display ad. $15.00 per jveek. Half page display ad. $8.00 per week.' Fourth page display p *d, $3.09 per week. Less than one fourth page ISc per inch each insertion. Locals and readers ' Mc per line each insertion/ tfo display advertising on the first page, when time is not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

LOCAL PERSONAL K'H Cedar Pos ts- , Posts- Murphy, -Any -MURPHY. Size or Price- *. ft ■ b. JH * ■y ♦ i! ii- J. Allison was here from Esta- cado Wednesday. | See me for Wagon Frfme Lumber.-MURPHY. Fred Maxey has moved from Plainview to Lorenzo; All work absolutely guaranteed at Step & Son, Ralls. "E. P. Stewart was here from Altus, Of la., Tuesday. • Repairs, oils and gasoline at Stepp & Son, Ralls, Geo. Pipkin returned Friday of last w eek from Matador. Dr. Harrison was here from Ralls early in the week on bus- iness. Prof. Ellis of the Emma school was a business visitor to our city Saturday. Attorney A. F. Anderson was - here fronTltaIls~~Wednesday on legal business. Attorney R. A. Wallace left Saturday for Corpus Christi on legal business. R. J. Heard, a prominent far- mer of the Cone community, was trading here Tuesday. Henry Leatherwood and little son of the East Plains were in town Monday afternoon. J. J. Addington of Memph's and W. H. Terrell of Abilene are here to buy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

gnp is : M I ■ r II ::: ': ; vl u: , ' -^4^. I • > ■ .. ■ ■■'■ •• - v 'v^- ;;:■ ■•■:. ■'■*■•'.' "■•'■ ■ ■ ■.: = :> ■■■';~.> ■■:v/■ _ ' - - ■ f/-,;, -, " r'% t. THE CKOS BYT ON REVIEW N W cor Of .. ■ JOB Origin '.. . <dta.Ur.Hr. Vn ' .. ..... . mi ... n—i / ;.r+w . fcsSrfi^.vA'Tty ■-V ; =: - '"• E L> " 12 HMH I 6 ■*■■<■ ■— *• UI.V.CIIOX NOTICE. ' (^Concluded frtfin page Kt IUoVvTB t' tee, 122 Abst flginal Gwatda | A, 3. & jK, i; ' ; :vi, B. 6. & P. ftfc S. &' P. I t a, .J;, , :.,■ , 0. & H. P. A. B. & or. ra Wheeler ■ >ra Wheeler v. . ~i. & B. ' ' ■ & B. . & B, ,, ®* &• B- ; B. & B. - &.B. _ su? 1 Jno! ofbso^oJi^SaSanJ Thence W along the N B L . ■"xlO: . ■ ■■ . ■ ginning of this Commissioner's Precinct ho 2. ' - v Cert. ; i $ "292 Abst. No. 1541 15 20 3B. & B. 27 B. & B. /■' ,.. V SB. & SB. . 21 B. & B. SB. & B. 2® B. & ®- B. & B. u B. & B. B. & B. "35 B. & B. B. & B. 19 B. &a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

' , • - •e re- ( >g day £ bales - ? tmm . . ' : : r . . ■ <:■' ' ■: , ' •' . : ■" .. . •. - ;■ ■ , • ■ • ■ .,*• -f: ■ . ' :: ■' . ••" ■' • . .. . 'i • • •- ■ , V7'>i>s v • <s ... ~--\r .v . .<- % < t T H E CROSBYT O N R E VIEW our ^otion le coy- season . 'IB, or favor dom- raove- tcents suited-.- irning large it far-. y, was mobile em to X dead prop- : Corn- 3outh- is pro- ill be ncer, iger d bed- ttress. I ANNOUNCEMENT. f| We take pleasure in announcing the arrival of Stock of Fall Merchandise. We feel justified in you we are able to show you the most complete stock of v ' • 5 • Dry Goods ever offered to the Crosbyton Trade. assuring Our Stock consists of everything usually found in an Exclusive Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear and ^ — Millinery. The greater part of our merchandise was bought be- foi^e the advance and as we buy and sell for cash we are in a position to compete with mail-order houses. '!z. Will you kindly give us a look? !..• Thence S 60...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

— ^ t : ~ ' ' V. /N" ,- J •':'■■.! #*§*■« *mrwm^n *e?g?s 1M" ■■^Pl* - ~V ■■ ',§ *■ ir Pr.lls | : ■ :'■■ : ':::. : til &$£ ^55? A#0£-Kfr6oD*S OAtOmwooD '■. ■ pavidStarr Jordan, noted ed- ucator and pacifist tells what frightfulness has been Iter ought by conflict in the little coun- tries of Eastern Europe :: A ■I , ' ' / f- ,,« 1 ■ J woe problem still unsolved (Courtesy American Museum Journal) 1 I ' T WAS my fortune, not long ago, with three good friends and two soldiers, to follow in a king's automobile along the trail of war. This Was in Macedonia. The line of an army'^ march is not pleasant to look upon even though the people along it had . not much to lose. The pinch of IfeiBwffering is very real even If, as in the Balkans, folk have grown used to it. There are two pialn .marks by which you may recognize the path of ; - •< ;war in. a land of farmers. The one is the charred ened by fire. The other is the presence here and ' (there in the plowed fields of three poles faste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

g§! 11 fill ;vfc LOUIS JOSEPH p. ■ HHBl (Copyright, by Louis Joseph Vance.) SYNOPSIS. |gs; t § * §■ At Troyon'a, a Paris inn, the youth Marcel Vroyon, afterwards to be known .,r as Michael Lanyard, is caught stealing . oy Burke, an expert thief, who takes the boy with him . to America, and-makes of him a finished cracksman. After stealing the Omber Jewels and the Huysman war rvWjWS in London Lanyard returns to Troyon's for the first time in many years because he thinks Roddy, a Scotland Yard man, is on his trail. On arrival he Jlnds Roddy already Installed as a guest. At dinner a conversation between Comte -de Morblhan, M. <Bannon. and Mile. Ban- non about the Lone Wolf, a celebrated cracksman "who works alone, puzzles and alarms him as to whether his Identity is only guessed or known. To satisfy him- laaeif that Roddy Is not watching him, pTpinyaraaresses &nd goes out, leaving Roaay apparently asleep and snoring In tha next room, then comes back stealth- ily., to And In his ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1916

WH i <? - < ^' mm. IflK'Sf £if g|gg|M||| rnmm XKD HATS ",■ ■'' 1 'iM"1 HM ■g SWL1 ff,'1 MjfP / : ; . . , -n n'-- i ' A V. , i rare 1 mm ■■ mm - .. r STAPLEANP-FANCY GROGERIE! \^e have a large Stock of the very best Groceries, tight Crust Flour; White Swan, Royal Blend and Limited Coffees. California can and bottled t 1 ' s '-v; Kf JvVrV - \C { . * fruits. / bsM V.:V I mm Come in and see our line when in town and make our store your headquarters. " )nn.-' 1 • miwMM ill mam LOCAL AND' PERSONAL ; v)y /C1.?:'fa, ■CSiigii'gh Affairs ■ By Mrs. ■ James T. Buck. • -MURPHY here from ST OP THE: SOUL. Truths For Our Women. Tuesday morning Mrs. Alma Edwards Flowers, who, with her brother, is assisting her huS" 3 shhirdttves east, another drives : '■ th\the selfsame winds that blow; t the sails and not tlie j band in conducting the revival Ra,cs , ! meeting, gave a splendid talk . ell US tile way tnoy p,o._ |for 0U1. married, women The o the winds of the sea are the ways £ruths she "brough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

i i Nf3* 'J . - t -j ;; J_. ■ IPH jjg| ggj wMmWt Iff SSi .":SMif ■k ■n 11 .y, . •« ; <• *' V'; , 4 ' , • | "' " s t; • *; - . • - ■ i£ MFSSSmStSKSf S|l;lWS:S 11111 •v^*::: • __ :; ^ ^ ^ ' I Stefc hi VOL 8. : •' ' • ■ . '■ ' • ' : :■ ■■. , • apiw^nniiniiiiiw imiiwiiijiimmihimbi iii iiiiiMrriWBHT<w«irrrtfivg ^p^oaE^r^zt>Bjyfla^^aua.yaijH^Bjajft^j^gaa^wwgpwgripivbtg«ohtrct w vmbji'IiwW>>ir wiiuhii<i>aww«i^mi fbww iiwiMl^>i|||iiijkv^pjiww^^v^b^**'i empnwbq«Mwwawwnmfini HHiif n 'UT " ~ I ' ■/ £"Ho.. SI m - : yijir, W&e 1 k ■ a Wt$m mam ii'M Over 1$0 Conversions and The Churches Greatly Revived. One of the greatest revival meetings in the history of Cros- byton came to a «k>se^aesday • night after being in progress a little over two weeks, under the • leadership-of Evangelist Flowers and his wife. Both the preacher and Mrs. Flowers captivated our * jpeople and their earnest work ?fj resulted in the conversion of one hundred and tmrty odd penitents and the wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

^ v"' I WKmmSm HMSIfl T^®S8SJfflafflM^^ •*** ' s :" .' :>V.V: ;:■',,, ^V.v* /;:' -. ;/.,; ■..-. v , : ^ mam-.,'(Mrffl&i&yum- v.-; -t . -■' Why High. t# Iw^'V/-1; t in Many Place*. ^ 4§f; ad Stamford, a highway idle a, nation-wide in- ' road work for the na- mmittee on prisons, which :ed in proinotingroad bull# ivicts, says in regard to the p of efficient supervision of road g«... states county road work ia glided „%^pufi'ty. commissioners ; Jn_other states mder the control of the sheriff, ese authorities are not trained for wdrk and the road work is cost- ent. .Ail counties carry -andin lug on road work should obtain the services of a countyroad engineer who ,'icceptable to the state road authorl- m and able to work in co-operation iti-them." - . — ' ROAD PRflG IS A NECESSITY Split-Log Affair Was PIrsi Cheapest and Easiest Made—Various Patent Types on Market. $■/ S^- building becomes more a ne- cessity and less a luxury every year, though the advance of the automobile jus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

1V;. j ,JfH$8B8 pWm ■ - M ^3 mwMmmkimmm MM THE (.■ROSBYTON REVIEW ^ Sg5aSa5g5a5aSa5a52525Z5gH5H5a5gSa555Effla5a5aSg5aS2Sa5a5g5ara5a5a5g52S^^ By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Copyright. Louis Jooaph Vance SYNOPSIS. [>—. At Troyon's, a Paris inn, ISLf'j '; i ■Hit' estsi&ssai* ®ii«i': l| fl¥ flip the youth Marcel Troyon, afterwards to be. known as, Michael Lanyard, Is caught stealing by Burke, an expert thief, who takes the boy with him to America and makes ot "him a finished cracksman. After stealing ihje Orober. jewels and the .Huysman war elans in London Lanyard returns to Troyon's for the first time in many, years because lie thinks Roddy, a Seotl.ttt'cT Yard man. is on his trail. On arrival he Sinds Roddy already insl&'nect'&s a,guest. At dinner a conversation between Comte «e Morblhan.. M. Bannon and Mlle.'Ban- non about the Lonq Wolf, a celebrated ^ffrqgksinati. ~yyho works alone— nuzzlpunnri alffims'lli)'ra as to~w\iether his identity is only guessed or known. To satisfy hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

m mm ] - ' .. ■ ,-§|jfife$jkfv|&&fig* 'g&r 'fev Pf$4?■''•': I ■ t: v: - : Iff1 M J*v l£H MONDAY OF !R .. . «' 0 : ...:..;. r' uy PI tti il© .$2| \? Milt® Bliil k . page the Grand Opening' on- October 2nd; you of the fine stock we are carrying;'' " - you. of searching the markets of America for the goods Bit This has'-alLbeenialk^ ' . to' —-r-r-*- te result of weeks of labor in the markets of the United States fineries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Machinery, Paints, Lumbe --'v jn our store,' Nothing like it has ever been shown in Crosby county, same oooortunitv for purchasing as the people ■© pii■>.r}!■i. V*. 'r. °very tmng--js now le people of this coiuiuuuuv i wggggSPgwg EpNl ■fci ■HQ^ akx on e Cisbyton Review Friday MES T. BUCK. Editor and Office 'Phone No. 22. Prop. " ption $1.00 per Year ?le Copy 5c. ■•"■■'■ -— .■'"1 "•; ■—- ' " ered as Second class Matter Jan. 190.* at the Post Office at crosby- , under the act of March 3 Crosbyton SoutSipSains R.. R. Co. Time Table. No...

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