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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

m 11 ■ ■ ■ ^ . . ' ' " ' . ' ;; ■' •. 7 - - ' • . •; ' : ' ... . Iff®!® MWrn flBl ,r m .'•J -..-pniramniniinwrtiwiiipiiiiiiiiiiiiiir^Tr11^ ANNOUNCEMENT. >'vV1 " . • ' . • 1 • •••' ■ ■ : f; i ■ I We take pleasure in announcing the arrival of our • . . Stock of Fall Merchandises*** We feel justified in assuring |:y<>U we are able to show you the most complete stock of Dry Goods ever offered to the Crosbyton Trade. SfeSf 'Our Stock consists of everything usually found in an | Exclusive. Dry"Goods Storey including Ready-to-Wear and - mm The greater part1 of our merchandis^was bought be- ll fore the advance and as we buy and sell for cash we are | ' in a. pos i tio n to com pete wit! Will you kindly give us a look? Social, Club; Church "Affairs Sm Soutfi Side Spars MILD SEPTEMBER. The-fwlds and meadows paling; Lie 'neath the hazy sky; The thistledown is sailing By zephyrs slowly by. J The stalks of stubble, bleaching Beneath September's i.un, j Seem silently now teaching Of rest...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

' HAfAE :!GMA0HIMEG0;,0RANQE,MAS8. teonfC. Coleman, MjjTwyer,W 8hlngU)a jsost aorrioeo. tfth Bt., Kansas Cilty, Mo. TTON capacity, where ilutHly free from jour cotton classifl- iowwflt. ... 1|||I8 !S#, )TON.—Senator John W. Kern of Indiana had an experleneo Ow otheP day which he will not soon forget. He was crossing the pioea : east of the capitol when he was halted by a man and woman with question marks hanging out all over them, ob- vious signs of sight-seers and stirangers in Washington. "What band- ing is that?" asked the man, pointing to the capitol building, which he was facing, and could see its entire length ti'om north to south. The "man spoke "United States," his language and tone, as well as his style of dress, showing him to be an educated, pretty well-set-up man. Senator Kern looked at the man and hesitated just a second, puzzled to know whether the man was making game of him or whether he did not know it was the United States capitol. Presently he replied with a critic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

fl ,tjLu ■ ' ■ " ' iy: i _ '4> ''■P I wll ,.. V f ' f <- 11 p f , b THB CfeOSBYfON REVIEW 1 I ., • , ,"MPHWWill:.UJ,,., I ,n "i Hiuwwifti• ill I w m M iFEGMRDED •■.. Others How They Were 11 Safely Through geof Life. ~ 1 Durand, Wis.—" I am the mother of fourteen children and I owe my life to LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. WhenI was 45.and had th® Change of Li£ep a friend recom- mended it and it gave me such relief from my bad feel- ings that I took several bottles. I am now well and healthy and recom- mend your Coriipound to other ladies." -—Mrs. Mary Ridgway, Durand, Wis. . A' Massachusetts W omaa W ritess ,Blabkstone, Mass. — "My troubles were from my age, and I felt awfully sick for three years. I had hot flashes often and frequently suffered from pains. I took Lj/dia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound and now am well." Blackstone, Mass. } Such warning symptoms es sense of auffocatiori,hot flaBheg,headachco, back' aches,dread of impending evil, timidity, Bounds in the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 September 1916

.. ..... L. Bi S m Man§r • % Repairs, oils m gasoline at & Son, Kalis, , M§S1 , RicbardsOh, former depot it at Rails, is jn town today. |Sj luylhear thn^mSj uite -ill at he*' We re w. home in Ralls, Attorneys Anderson and L. A. Mmm > . ' : \ ... ' IciCC. p •; . _ ■ ;. j , ■ FIYE TEARS TIME ithies1 is ; attending ■ week as a— ijuUi-r Loci; i-ctu to his I fiomeat San Angelo after a f|w ppr ler twine at Bassett odt, \)l piiAUtrf. i/vvuit: au wosuu Livestock and' Merchamile -Ex-'' -.xige at:special prices. •; j R. T. Kimes sold • car of new roaise to C. C. Gherbonnier. Says. L. wife* a$d Spurgeon >ari made<i trip to Estacado n ;3 ,, ,,, , . ; _ , Speo ei got off Sunday for^he-A*. & '.M.. College and I'M., > , 1 ■ / ■!, 'a. ■; ' Frank Com was here from Fort Worth first of the week looking after hi's extensive ranch hi;- 3sta in this part of the ' ' " . : 1 III, t dr. L'c . . Ins home near -JKiugsvillc after a "ea it visit to his daughter Mrs. U. F. • Dawdy and family ...

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

mm STRENGTHENED. Services were held-at-ke~thiee iominant churches in Crosby ten .i, "Baptist and Pres- •last Sunday for the purpose of receiving the can- ates for membership who" had glyen their names during the re- - sent union meeting. We atten- ded the Methodist service and a very large crowd was "present . ohis church and' we are .told that the other churches also had unusually good crowds. This shows that. tb.e work of the meet- ing may be substantial and last- Eg. In fact Grosbv ton has never s§ SB •' •. ■- ■ • mm '•r: illi! 4 *■ ' before witnessed such a revival of religion as was - manifested at this meeting and we believe we can say we now have one of the foist towns in existence from a religious standpoint, which speaks volumes for our citizen- ship, The following is a list oi those uniting with one of the three churches mentioned: ^v Methodist.. ~ Received by certificate: Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Howard, • Miss Minnie Howard, Miss . May Howard, jS Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Farley, Bru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 October 1916

A ■'•' j| j ggreason for I ^ rnmm > wonderful sue- stian fact of this eh os back among thfe , in (lie upper room, mission, *ve should the wonder of, it. g Ifda been ■ hatedr rot, commissioned us to *ies- uud invite people- to ii..m ■ We ar<3 not wrong „ ^s, but that IS'tWtr the ; . .you: i-u./o oretKou i' church in yoyr own nejgh- you hare m f rfurio >< in djity. 5 the Clnifrt; that ia the philoso- ngelism. Ah«a Will not c&ine " -s he the crpwrt tome. Thjmlc come: but thnft* i«* ys the outside crowd. I am .not «ly speafctng :of tbiu great city; until lils heart :reaks; but <~-J the crowds be- a 1-1 the whp*e earth. Go to you must reach them with the is not enough,to'set up _!""{uiu invite Ku in. You must •j-y the evangel to them where, they . Is the whole genius of.ttio UgUmury movement. ' : ■ . uf' t'iOpu,' ' , nonage? I'he good -i'liil;: f'ao niiwt /literal. ,of..alf g| st i fillip. the, most beauti- ■uj all. 'The good 'message,. nmjoiiiH'ftliHmt in itself is fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 October 1916

. •' THE CROSBYTON REVIEW ' f ' ; . Wmrt igg i wSmMim niiPil WHIIWP iissi WIM .WINS MTIXES pv -V| Dope Drinkers Cannot Shoot pr A United States Army Officer recently made a test in marksmanship of the- men of his regiment, and the test proved that the lowest scores were made v by men who were addicted to dope-drinking. The same officer cut out Cocaine and caffeine beverages and placed his men on DR. PEPPER. ' .v" * .' .V" • . :: .. . Dr. pepper Hie Marksn^n's Drink—Invigoratmg^Cooling-^^Made from pure fruit juices. Manufactured by the Bit PEPPER COMPANY, WACO, TEXAS olluiii place, Saco, Me., on' the Old Orchard road, Is a southern Hirpsebush 100 years old. gw&V ■■ 7 ■ ' • ■ Vl*f,A FRIEND IN NEED. For instant relief and speedy cure Oae "Mississippi" Diarrhoea Cordial. Pjrlce 50c and 25c.—Adv. SUPPLY OF SEALS ASSURED Action by United States, It Is Be- lieved, Has Done Away With All |||pf Danger of Their Extinction. For the first time in the history of the United States this countr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 October 1916

Cf '" I ' -i,-;. *#3^ '!'a<.''H SlllilS .... 3^ IMS1M Si! ■ pppS| mr •'• - H mm tors EVIEW , mill, ini i zSJS^ytr. 'JSSfzrr,. ^JT^3ZZ2Z^3ZJZ N <: tiMm mmm, !w! ' ' ^ w<^ afsuccess from everystandpoint and we wish to ople who yisite&our store for their presence and for the many purch e with us* ^e takethis metW of extending a cordial invitation to again '* of the many bargains inGeneral Merchandise that we are making, ntion to keep a full and fresh stock ofevery thing the people want. This is not Store, but a Department Store as well, and the needs of the trade have been and the goods purchase*} that the public demand, and we are in position to compete \t - }^<K 8 j " M <: > \ ; ■ Ms® s& A Full Car of Binders' Twine Just Received Also a Car of Barb Wire* Hog Wire, Poultry Wire, Staples, Nails, Etc., on which caii inake^a special low price to the trade. - \ "y^ 'f* m mn ' m Wind Mills, Tanks, Piping, Fittings, Etc. In fact Ranchers Supplies of all Kind a Spec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 October 1916

SSfF ■ ' ' ' ■ : • - m ■H9K '• >.. ■ ;. ; f.-" • ■ • " . v '<-v..- '• "■/■•■■ ;-'-: ^ • i. u , ;. . , -r-^-r f<i take pleasure in announcing the arrival of our uf Fait Merchandise. We feel justified in assuring | • we are able to show you the most complete" stock of I -'JOrjr Goods ever offered to % Crosby ton Trade. v , ,' : ' - . . Our Stock consists of every thing usually found in an 181 I 1 ■: [ffiS . Exclusive Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear an<l vV& \ ' '■■ " J Millinery. <■> >' ✓ / i$J| The greater part of our merchandise was bought be- "i " ■ Sk,"^r-r-'-r-"-?r..r-.>vc-./' fore the advance and as we buy and sell for cash we are in 4 position to compete with mail-order houses.. | ; |P W-fiVe. ' ! Will yqia kindly give us a look? ^ t f 1 ■ . | ■ Hfl Crosbyto MercantiSe Company "Ws Are Making Good" Sooth Sid© Squirt ,.... • I W0 IA\jm$9 Mgr. LOGALAND PERSONAL . 11 • ■.■■'' ' ■ ^■ . „ f • Miss Mary Conway went to Ralls Tuesday. Mrs. IV C. Math...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 October 1916

.-! r> . pi. H ,s' •* >- i , ■ AT AERO ill nnHiliR T wef'®"fjv / -J&T PiMSW ' ✓ : V '. V X * : I . •' < ■•> y «$ SKSSii gSS¥8'! _ ^11-: ii *•■ ••■•". ■ '• IMiliBBllll ^ffin the German battleship Prinz Regent Lultpoltl ftring fit hostile aeroplanes with rifles. - .-■- •:: ■M3H MIXTURE OF i 'U- H-.WTS AN IMPORTAhiT MATTER. Measuring-;- Gup Should Always Be JUDCfew. L. CHAMBERS [KAHl mmm mmm ese -wounded British and German soldiers are waiting for the ambulance, ta cai'ry them i^ tl ey are haying a good-natured chat. • . > -v ,'s _ base (■H Wm 1181? m x>* LLOYD-GEORGE REVIEWING CANADIANS W-xWx mm David Lloyd-George attended his first revle.w as secretary of war when with Gen, Sir Saiu Hughes, he inspected a Canadian division at Bramshott After the review Lloyd-George addressed the oflicers and paid high tribut< to Canada's help in the war. Photograph shows Lloyd-George, hat raised, and Sir Sam Hughes watching the march past. PALACE SERBIANS HOPE TO REOCCUPY Cha...

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

$BB8M ■PI - • . . :?** ■ - S -)i 'It 'i nn I'n'nmil iitllli -f 1 3. ' gjjB- CR0SBY1TO REVIE After a little pause he cammenCedTj turned to an |n gate in | with spikes,. : * l. -.ii _ i- - After stealing toe Omber jewels and the . Miivntnan war plana hi London Michael « -^fe^Crlir«s"- to ^royon's, ;PariaVinnf ,V^.v rat time, in many years because •> ' " 'v •. « 'Scotland Yard ,maiij ■ te.on his .trait . Qn arrival. he -finds Roddy ■■Wrlraaay- inafriiHWy ,■>,« i_a cnp.qt ' ax^-dlmmr « conversation bet\v.^en,:Com.te de.'Moibi- 1 He named the street, and she shook her head. "That doesn't mean much to me," she confessed; "I'm , so strange in Paris, I know only a few of the prin- cipal streets. Where is the Boulevard .St. Germain9" ' '-Bian. M. BannAfr and Mile. Bannon about ithe Lone Wolf, a celebrated cracksman •*hd\iw>fto; alone, alarms htm... I.anyard" -blesses and froes out, leaving Roddx 'snoP- thft, Iietxt roornj then' comes" back " " * S , ,'lis ro,om- Mile. Ban-. '' ' ' "...

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

mBBBBm -'•• .< - . k- •- wiiipfe James T..«uck THE CKOS M Y T 0--H] Baptist Ladles Aid. The Baptist Ladies Aid Society { , .had the monthly business teeet- f world! in$ at lhe church Monday afters; noon'.;/ The meeting was opened with song arid scripture reading •by the president,- after ^ which awriingffl&ing deeper ransiiory «r«! 'V'C^ > a radiant, |gpi| 11 ^■■■1 I J«artry . - president;^!'! en eve a rapt j edrapini $M | U Stfefepestoes ofumM , <m ■HH^ '<• **^ thi&;swe^ng won.der, ■ ? of beauty—not for.Onf, "™<y ic0j v*ft,A pTFp! . ... , , .. - re-elected secretary; Mrs Charles Patterson-, assistant,' secreta- ry;' -Mrs. A. H. label!, leader NHpran lift ap tliirte ey her name upon the roll or", mem- bership. The meeting a^journe^ with prayer by Mrs, J, B. Martin. The monthly' BibleJstudy meet- ing will be held next Monday Jlprjtand: attempt to^ftee our. selves up to its .height. And - in :' w^mtfsL keep ourselves thorough- It our own, but .rather scjefc to 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

ItiH — fel EH k'*t r ■ ?ipl I ■ , - .. . I I I" " "J 1 ;v« «■/" < i;: BS&2& SMBHM BliRISfl ill H I , v .^ *,5^?. •'irrrTM a— A newspaper For All ThePe o pie OfTti ft G re at S o utji; P a ins Of T ex as CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, 0CT0BER 20,1916 IAL GRANTED FEDERAL COURT ft Boon Defendant in Suit Which Wichita Kan., Man was Granted 1250* _ t • — - t*~ * w - • A'new trial was granted last -Saturdayby Federal Judge < Meek in Federal Court, for the Asnarillo District, in the suit in ' c 1 Sheriff A. C. &oen is i ide defendant and C. A. Saun- ters, Off Wiehita, Kansas,- is su- ing for $10,000 d linage alleged to ,have heen done in Floydada lie V ib November ot k&lb i was held here by the ^§£ ■ t - 'V M a telegram from when sheriff on Alabama offi- cials, who wanted an escaped defaulter who hacj made away w^th Alabama State funds. In a habeas 'corpus hearing before District' Judge Joiner, ..Saunders proved his identity, and was granted his freedom. ''v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

m 'mm gig m m ISBYTPN REVIEW mm®?- ff^Si S! - ill IS -1 1and' sculptured piece forShiloh\ fMeld is one of most beauti- whole'South : : United lets of Confederacy pay tribute io ,patriotic worn* Wliood at the shrine of valor .— lL .. . ■■ •••:-. :■• | i-y.^-y.-y. iyV'v-: HBH I liiM# ■'•■ '• '-■••■ .. * ■ mwr DLf Mi ■n lw X V- Sill #rV ;«i II 11 N EVENT of Interest throughout the entire South will be the un- ': veiling and formal dedication in October of a magnificent memorial on Shiloh's sacred soil, tribute to the Confederacy of patriotic South- ern womanhood. The dedication/ ceremonies will embody some of the Boost impressive features that an occurrence of .similar character has ever called forth in the vSftnth, -Brilliant orators from several states" wilt participate in the exercises and one of the largest leatherings ever attending the dedication of a Southern memorial Is expected to be present on ®^0c^ia:sio'n.f'' y ■> ; . . «<; From every part of the country, north, south...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

W ' • ,4 ■ x r ^ uU t f 7 V V '</ K - frj 1*1 t'. afenraK^.. SB!! - to MiilBI THE CROSBYTON REVIEW ■?•':<:■ if'';:: nMMHHR >.'f V '' \ !>•/."/' i-Z-Z ,M welfare Stomach Bowels IHlllli MM Bgn 11 1111 i'I'h i r ' m^w ■1 fr. APPETITE DIGESTION LIOUSN ESS RM A L ARI A tet .. jPffETTErS. Stomscfo DO,YOU HAVE night sweats J Hemorrhages of the lungs? Pains inchest and sides? Pains •under shaukl^y blades ? A slight cough eayly in the morning with a sllglit fever %n the iifternO&tt?f A ehronie eough with Lffijtpectoratlorr? "Hiive you. loan, weight and strength adthftnl apparent eauafr? Wi 1 ; V ' HHb&i * Have you lost appetite ? The above are symptoms of consump- tion. If you have them, YOU NEED LUNG-VITA and you need it NOW. Go to your druggist—and get it "or l£3ro , hasn't it order direct" TODAY. 15 day treatment $1.00; 80 day treatment 31.75. USE-'BT FOR'iiSTHMA T<S>© NASHVILLE! MEDICINE CO. poptt G. Nashville, Veran. % f p O;. *% b 4 $ 9++? + ** S/OuX City r/?/...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

"• ... ' > r t' ■ It' qmp*t .« )^>Mf>t> •***> -NT <> \, ) / 3Ci \ f f ■ 1 1 ! y'"* 'f. ^ mmmmmm 1 ' ^--jjyggjjjyMjgg gi ]£xi ;::...LU-hXi I * > .:.... •' JL «««■ wmm, ...:, :,' '.:• • ■ .-, ■ .,.v ....■ ,.:V. V. .v'\ W'-3V£.r mmr-mm V"' '"M "i ii'n.i .i| mM\n. —- . ■ WBLij IJ Msm m V", ,u||JH m .glfiiiiil Sal vV,'.S V ' ■• ■ WlmMMm. mKmm ■■pi up Texas. We bought these while the weather was hot and obtained them at low prices. We are ion to offer them Jo the ladies of Crosby county at prices within reach of all. They are all first* ciass, up-to-date in style and fashion, and of the warmest and most enduring , material. TTENTION: We have a big: line of ladies' wearing apparel, including winter dresses, of woolens t - 1. ^ , Jainty waists, gloves, hosiery, underwear, shoes, etc. A complete line of everything needed by gifSi if™ ■Hi MISSSt the women and children theeoming winter. ATTENTION: We carry winter overcoats, rain coats- clothes; hats, shoes and everythin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

m m. §§§§ . w in the. fad wir-ftgUt yt?ihands. For ididjwe should frally. inty, let m heroically com ;/ona! Caiswfiigii. , >'shall foe pleased" to receive remit any sums which you $ disposed to contribute. .,— .j: ''' . A. Fowler h making' imuvove- X\Q:<\hi on hits league north of " itown with the • view of moving ■there soon, ^Judge J. W. Burton is in Dal- . las this week on business, r . W. T. Herrick of' Waco, brofch- • er^n-Iaw of, Mrr Sep .Smith' of : this place, will begin the. erect- ion of a good house on his ranch . ten miles south of town soon. E. H. Bruyere, contractor and builder of that cjty, is here to ? 'figure .on the hatMmg and fejrtfre r , njW' ''x.'' "' 11... - * •.#* w2llr.3K.#"h. ml' . **. tft 1 m s iSilBS flSii . ^ AVOVC V(3' nr.Jfro WHAT'S COMING TO THEM. j And da"you' dunk they era Greene—-Ko; I think thenars ti- >ib I'o tif fjlh ?r*fc iV , ■ 'S&irfg^^Sffiva 'yw given tip |olf Mar jorie—I really couldn't say. I pi >wero oMcrcd to p'tiv casta. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

JW mm i * (ft* 11 ; « I 1,ttr^VRtNTEE $B - CQmel^Wopd-Board is guaranteed not lo warp, buckle, chip, craclc or fail. ' ■ ..■•■'•• •' .. . '■'■ '•' V ■ ' '•■ .'■' ■:.-•■ v - ■• • -i M, Bassett Live Stock and Mercantile Exchange. ;■/ .■.■-:: / B "■: ' ■',:l.'l. 'V:-v^:/■>: ' -■'.■>• ;.. - tBABC . UPLAIM 1 :1 I „ JLandlady—-I'll •- just give yott' 'eei-days to payyour board* -. , 'iVtv.! Bcywder—Aft rf^fcit; suppose you I tnafeo ft. Thanksgiving, .Christmas and ■ . Mfeste w * >y* * * '/* ' IIS ran sis • *, ■ • : i > lime <for being kin<2, . .. fcihe lane awl* pG ao £uk!«w to the bEndL !>McntBr tingfrt; .J i'fau'ljltfe" '' \ . jmweZmc&xtHe ferougk- atCfcsisltnas, lose , _ dlliw&(VS'4tsdl giagta^ 86E8ftnil$ra32C6 ''■""•■jp.. c l«v "-iMiera. wkiteioElKs;-—^ We taro a little wfcile froe> an; (lib gats, reacHiog foxt& vto had him in. t tLatia tlx) ifatamtr hy. . nowlejge Hint cmr King, jMd^taOrkma.day. SfceWiiilFd^ td ■•■* ■" " "' still tlwni flicro Wr«0w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

"NCEMENT. '-y. m J mmm mmm K rke pleasure, in announcing the arrival of oar Fall Merchandise. Jeel justifi^m^wimhsf fare able to show you the most complete stock of Pods ever offered to th© Crosby ton Trade. Social, Club, Church Affairs By Mas. James t. Buck THE THINGS LLFT UNDONE?. xtr Stock consists of everything usually found in an ' •. T • ■ " - • * ' ' ' v . lutive Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. «r Hp* pp* ss;."r'. . ' ' mi ' The greater part of oar merchandise was bought be- f,;.; cfore the advance and as we. buy and sell for cash we ar@ in a position to compete with mailorder houses. ■f' ' Will you, kindly give us a look? Crosbyton Mercantile Company • •' " "W® Ar© Halting Good" South Side Square J. W. Aynes, Mgr. It isn't the thing you do, dear; It's tho thing: you leave undone That gives you a bit of a heartache At the sotting of the sun, The tender word forgotten, Tho letter you did not write, The flower yoa did not send, dear, Are your hauating gh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

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