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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

r™.S®ii|S W& b hih8®!,iibbhrrskkhs", >^ a* * ? c enw ww§ s w^m I IM * *^.>r« i g4'« Vftf. /t ■s , i® ,' , • <? $1 \ ' , ^ * 3 ' /< ® • • ^vV, if < ?# V y fe^7' ®ww $,* ^IwMl' ! ^ Mwf ^ fB M Jr % 4 nSftSs ilifu BP ^ * «j t * * S '■ f* ;V4>J " •* "' C, ' /. v\', -1 '* L; , /• " x,i> f : ~'\ " ' -,v-c ' <' " '"> .c," I, LSJ\\'**^ -•'- ,-'; " ^NW fi. •<- / -"uv;', !?>$-<?*>,?$ I THE-CROSBYTON REVIEW ■ —V dtnSfc ■ mm . WWMl iliiSil MmY (Copyright, by Louia Joseph Vance.) SYNOPSIS. pBijjp«8p ; ,. I pA.fter jstearling the Omber jewels and the /email war plans* in London Michael . .lanyard returns to *Froyon's, a Paris inn, for the first time in rr\any years because he thinks Roddy, a Scotland-Yard man, is on his trail. At dinner conversation between Comte de Morbihan, M. Bannon and Mile. Bamton about the Lone Wolf, a celebrated cracksman who works alone, alarms him. Lanyard dresses and goes out, leaving Roddy snoring in the next room, then comes b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 October 1916

' s l_ sa ^ H ■ BRj i7~%^n7rr*'Pt :i'""'''^'riibiiiiim'iiBi'w w1' ran&$Um&i <, /VVVyVVM^/^ , frammgggmraH , ,* 'jM /•• '' 'u lumimimWare 23 piece# ' " mVKI IlliiS . *, ■ ,w I* SHI -t, - - ^sil a . 1 -m:i On the Special Date printed below we witt conduct a Big Sale on „ 1 es n Jl'r - 4 | „ * ' j «api#p v ' ■ \ ; : >,; ■ JL ■. , . : . , mmmmrnw v > -tX? ■ ii":""- ■ • ■ i ._ _ h 4P' • 'ft ■g> _ | '■ - ;•■; . ^ri \ ; ....': '.-■■■ ■ - 11 .'^.'V :-'\" -V; ■:'>(;Vf,,:.i-:'.; ' - iSWlWWfli^Sls^^* ■■RRPN -J&E I SB ■■■r RRM mm S - tm £ f#'„, < BBwMBSfe "'■ fri'"-' * ,fl *1. I yof I i1 r V rec xmal attention of the factory expert we remind mutmi-. our cu8|;omers and ,, : . :he Sale starts mm lues both morning and afternoon. Come early — Remember the date — Everybody cordially welcome. $&& o&xzsm CronbytOB, mmi HHHkI *'> V (" SSKiH mmmmmm ■ C*binct Basc . Cole's DowniDraft Range IMBS - :::": K-if: K:d- Cole s mmm U c H sides, and th other Special an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

tiiiMtmam&r* *■ , , - " \ .! .1. u . . J. ,£r.... t?8l " «. .v ml v s,.*a ' KT4uJg% - lm Mm I SSSSS: HHH mMW$ Tie 6 reat South Plains 0 f - T ex as n| People Newspaper CROSBY TON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27,1916 mmm IS PAID FOR THE PLE IN histoi'k Meant Blsfftctron hts re- tSffifFis levied for protection or Crosbyton Wednesday off This Week. Man* Bales Were SoW The price'of cotton Wednesday this week- was 19.40 on the j o* Crosbyton. which is the highest price paid i in nearly fifty years. . Cotton took a tumble of about $7 a bale yesterday in the big mprlrottt anri whf W qnntfltinnfi "J,'4 ■ were received spots dropped to something under 18 cents, and a further decline is reported this " morning and the tendency seems 1 to point downward. Cotton seed have, also been : soaFln^ h i\z'Gi robyfeu market. - Yesterday $55 per ton was paid but they are off a dollar today. Crosbyton has paid more for '• cotton this, season than any other town fa this section of the %iount...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

mm m 1 : - K ■ | Absolute' flea The HR iia|a&oo:'' . 50, fonts. V',$ Great Essentia ■ . mm ® §i2i m m,m d purify, the heat Nothing ~rer. at any r young or ■MM—M et preparations. | , 6iaii with Book.- .rd> Cutleura, Dept. L, everywhere.-<*Adv.«> ..> TrTo7«mT~- ' vhatyqu eat, and I'll tell jr<m what you are." ^V^fHtrc 9re gome *«f piy -wifely cook- Ing-xchooi menus. 1 ougnt to be a WmM human ostrich, but -I fear I'm not." —; -—;—,—''■■ ^.V- ' -f " • /s WHAK.[■ HAi's'u -on ilrst symptoms use "Renoviao" and be cured... Delay and pay the awful v, f ■ flfflWrtiy. Price l'i.00 and 50c.—Adv. • •. i- .' Be (reading the paper)--There's a flare-bafek coming. >'<!' ■-'.ii'ts were to ' : ' ■ •> ———: I i V I ^ . <x yourself iiow. Send Nv^MAdv.: . rriopolitan Motor. 1 , u 10 Vo rl ds hEinseK." ' tl. Mr. Chugging, fat's tho. ilLiiVi'onco where.''you are? blowouts an si iraiuniiissiou trou- are pr'eclscly'-the same."- A NEGLECTED COLD x followed by pneumonia. Be- -MU' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

111 si rmm Gatome! Salivates! It lakes Yoo: Sicit artcS You Lose a Day's Work—Dot , Liver Tone Ads Better Than Calomel anffTslarmless for ! Men, Women, Children—Read Guarantee! Every drag-gist here, yes! your druggist and everybody's druggist has noticed a great falling- off in the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its place. "Calomel is dangerous and people know it while Dodson's Liver Tone is safe,_and gives better re- sults," said a prominent local druggist. Dodson's Uver Tone is personally guaranteed by -every druggist. A large family-sized bottle costs only 50 cents and if you 'find it doesn't take the place of dangerous, salivating calomel you have only to ask for your money back. ■Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting, pure- ly \fegetabl£ remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague, sour stomach or clogged'bowels. Dodson's .Liver Tone doesn'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

. - v./' Est* 1 , / . ., 1 -, * ' ^ , ' — ~~ — 1 / ^ . • - * , 7 < " ■£! X - -"J-" , ■ ' ' :" " ' >'■ ' ' . ' • ■ ' ' -r1"' ' 4l ' l08BYT0N REVIEW I §mr m H ■A wki' r~| ■I |4HI ■ 1 P'df', '; x'is .^'V _ws!HI ■, > \ likmmlM 'mm I " Sfi . ■■ — /wr-r' ■ ;')■■" •;'■:•.■.,■• .. ■. V : ■• '. \ ■:■; ' ,■'■'■ ' > "■;■' ■" ■ : '. ■ ■/ ... ■ ■ '. .'. . ' .; VP;:.. i; .... yy .• ■ -— , '•r-, V .. ' v:',> ' =• ■■"■■■ — ~ § ml ifis ~ ■■■• '■■■:"■ ":r WHP8* J| ' ill- Receiye in a Few Da* our Second Which includes beds, springs and mattreslfes.. In facta complete line of" .SUITES, -DINING KOOM SUITES," ETC. I. I- ■ •■ ' m ■" r ■ i m. n.n , ' , ■ ■■ i , ■ . ' ' ' Full Details in Next Week's Review v" We also carry a splendid stock of Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware, etc We are as near to you as your telephone. ,#"f. ■ i;S Vrw'^.' L ' ■ * / ;M W> EVERYTHING TO EAT and WEAR J. M. iassett Live Stock & Mercantile Exchange m umvA The Crosbyton Review Published Every Friday JA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

§iiM AN N OU NCEMENT. # Wt l$k<? pleasure in announcing the arrival of our Fill Merchandise. We feel justified in assuring you the most complete stock---of 11 Hff tt#r ottered to the Crosby ton Trade. && Stoek consists of everything usually found in an EtctiMHvfe Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear and MBimry. The greater part of our merchandise was bought fore the advance and as we buy and sell for. cash we in a position to compete with mail-order houses. be- are Social, Club, Church Affairs By Mrs. James t. Buck O MY WAY. I'd like to have but daffodils to my little way, mark SOtalliffi^I-rMJ'aRd white h.ftv secretary, " > * Will you kindly give us a look? 1 s> Crosbytoii Mercantile Company "We Are Making Good" * South Side Square ^ j. w. Apes, Mgr. aasmaaB&Bsa hind me as I stray. like to pass away from earth and feel I'd left behind But roses and forget-me-nots for all who come to find. I'd like to sow the barren spots with all the -flowers of earth, To l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

if], Iji I h m'V &'• i v* iV> I ( I-J ,Ll ,, .; wuv rrarict I EJ §& fe V "OROSBYTON REVIEW Pllli FOR CANADA'S NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS «* LI J ill - Tgnal Storm Warnings :e Sam's Ilgbtho«ise.^er^ce fytror tlie Only ono of his " Information and -welfare storm is brewing along the coasts or over the inland waterways colored lights twin- kle forth from hundreds' of special storm-warning stations of the weather bureau, combined in such a way as to furnish navigators with speclftc Infor- mation that will forearm thep£ One interesting fact is that the mushroomlike growth of man> lake ports, bringing Into exlotence cities with their myriads of lights, obscured numbers of the stations that when es-. tablished were the most outstanding features of the night vlexy. In s<ich are belng.reloCated at points easily seen by the officers of :ng ships. The new stations are being installed in tall, instructed steel towers, dozens of which art being erected, along the "•3'flve lakes.an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

iflipJif ■ U ', J j^f 1 s, ■ < i ? .•■tf.'i.-.-!, * #- - JpRw^B' &V (BBJ| *•* fj'wswj** s *•'/^^^^^""'v-'3®'!tPi>,'^> E " *" 1 ^$1 W -?i JH ' > s 1 k i i I _ • , . ;:.., ■ '■ ' ■ . . - ■ • - : .^ ■ i- • . ■' .... i ismi - •"^V-| ptfEIL ■ | 1 M IV>jwymi M>I fr rfi I i>£ * i 'ti about and inarched straight t& the "kiosk of the'nnderground railway, into iwhich, without one backward ftance, ho disappeared. f Two minutes later the'earth quaked beneath Lanyard's feet with the crash and rumble of a north-bound train. He waited three minutes longer; but Ekstrom didn't . reappear; and at length, convinced that his warning had proved effectual, Lanyard turned and made .off; ■" &P- *47 LOUIS JOSEPH ZtAtiGEc. - (Copyright, by Louie Joseph Vance.) SYNOPSIS. Us Pit . -After stealing the Omber Jewels and the Huysman war plans in London Michael Lanyard returns to Troyon's, a Paris inn, . for the first time In many years because •he • thinks Roddy, a Scotland Yard ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 October 1916

' liBPfSpi -.. r._._. ' iwfr. ^ |;i .!•- ■ r^i s&W'wJji&''-'t''V;^1^,',^'fii/''' t<nHi't,ti-^\Jj v5~iu W &4<-1 --rV-'-'1'* -!'.:-''•'• ">V '"■Ixi'.'. 4"^ j< vt' 1 :--'".V-_< ■ « *=?-3" ^ i . ^ v ■ . .^c ■ >j -': . "' ■ " T Ji K ' C l| O S Jlt O H :jR 1E: T.I. 'W LI. PI ' ' M x^mmm ■ 1 ii I fARAT [PagwaBj mimm KsW«'•*. ►V *OkK«I ■ HATS AND CAPS Men's Hats from $2.50 to $4.00 ' . „ - S'h i I I u i ci nu; n /JfV/ZU/ ■ m '-'•' :■}■■■'■■ ■ of means fast as much on the shoes as It does pw| ■•-•." v": l&lm ■: d*&£ - ^ |2 J© We have a large line of Men's Caps worth from 50c to $1.50 Boys' Caps worth from35c to $1.00 ■ ." of Our [AT SHOES For Men Inr tarantee o? quality on their soles, , V:,:.'. . > 1 Jj 'Oil! .-ay for them. Hfgfgll 11; B I • I M BPi 7r,} ■l-i mm «l I i . r - .•- ! '■$'■<■..■ ;- |? ' " The style illustrated is one oS the many "18-Caratn numbers for F&1L There are many others in Gun and Tan Calf— In Blucher and In Lace. El„ Boys...

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

VOL 8. ml ] ' Si Methodism in New XKkJSO Years Olrf ibratfrtg in Church Where Washington Worshiped.; New York, Oct, 29. - St; Paal^Httbther Chapel in lower Broadway, one of the busiest parts of New York, where George Washings ton worshiped, began its 150th anniversary Celebration today. A service arranged for tomor- row, it was announced, will be attended by representatives of the President of the United States, the Governor of New York and the Mayor of the city, IPS! ■ glill ■K ■ llSr - ■ "jf •! .. m..... ifeff§5j|! RmH •V as well as members of historical societies ahd other, bodies. The edifice has been elaborate- ly decorated for the celebration, which will last through the pres- ent week. The pew which Wasjii jngton occupied is draped" with four large American flags iand bears the Washington family coat of arms.; • Prominent clergymen and lay- men to-day also attended Trinity Church, at the head of Wall st^et, in whose parish St. Paul's Chapel is situated. The occasion . was the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 November 1916

T ill m m m m £ fcr making a *-riewyMwwW i delayed too loftg •"r is injured by eeda and by the i^ofE e greatest loss from too long is the tfent of the sob- ) secure the gtmt- year and to make ality.aHdftlie should be made aS ss is In proper condi^ last cutting; may be a til a few days before frost d, .as the grass is growing : that time and the late cut ures a good supply of seed on ' for the following spring, dries'; so quickly that it lowed to lie ou lit# gtotind $rt time* Unnecessarily long f exposare bleaches the hay and makes less palatable, less nutritious, and less salable. "The best hay is that which Is cured in the shortest time and wtth the least" exposure to the weather. Exposure to rain bleaches and injures the hay seriously, and -en exposure to heavy dew deadens the color and makes the hay less at- ' - ■ - .. \ r*rt of Ihe | tacks wheff'^uled In many eases ;thls be avoided, but it is much safer e it in a barn or under a shed. a stacked, there is always consifi- le loss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 November 1916

^'. .;, ' warn mm ■■ ■ , ■• >r .the nrst time m many years Because thinks Roddy, a Scotland Yard man. on bis trail. Lanyard dresses and goes out. leaving: Koddy snoring in the next oris, then comes back stealthily, to And his room Mile. Bannon. In the apart- > ho finds an in- JUorrtre i-33ie Pack to the Lone Wolf- join tliem. Elmwirti attempts to dis- o of the Omber ,1evfc Uu but finds that Pack has, forbidden Tb®^. buyers to ■With him. He meets The 1* ' ses alliance with them. On his room he is attacked in > knocks out his assailant. He dis- and starts to leave the house. Xn corridor he encounters Lucia Bannon. Tr> insists on leaving with him. Having money Lucia is obliged to take refuge th Lanyard in the studio of an absent st friend of his. He locks her in a cn alone.—i Attar sleep Lanyard finds viewpoint changed. He tells Lucia ■who he is. Mutual confessions follow. She is. Lucy Shannon, not Bannon. and has been used as a tool by Bannon. the crook. The American murde...

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

MHi few- ipt BM ■' I' n | Ms 2 ■ - ——I——: If ft, I I ., ifitl.! RfwlfS *• . I '■. mm1$b?^ wj. VW.MIMlM v.uuO — 1 BUU lUfi mU.JVJ, I tatw exported V~,7„\ valued at close to $2G0,00#,0' . or $7O,OG0,0bO more than during .. ■; •■:•■■:..:;■ /V'U; : - previous year, ftery sieel mill ' ^rrunu" ' ' 3X0 sumptioh ofTofpe produela lias lit nHHnS >. Time Table. < ; No.JfcBsJ'/] \. O isbvton Are. 3. -l 1*. M. % Baits Lv. 2ii4P. M. .Xorarao IF. in* ■■■■ > change without notice* 1 HHI .DOUD, Vice Pres. and Auditor K >■ - < .• , - - . It page display ad. $15.00 per week. Half pa«e ?ourth pajjo display $5.09 per week, leas than one fourth naa« ile U line each insertion. to eacJt insertion. Locals and readers action, - •- ; ingon the first pate* when a mavimurn volume since the infancy of the, indus- try. What the new..fj>ig crop will be worth is a matter of conjecture, but no such market as that of a year ago is: to be expected. At the commence- ment of the winter packing season i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 November 1916

tag « mm i| 181 ' Ej m ? *• : : AsPieSilllS Si <>T^< mm ANNOUNCEMENT, - - We take pleasure In announcing the arrival of Our • ■ / . • j Stock of Fall Merchandise. We leel justified in assuring ire able to show you. the most complete stock of % *•« 1 ~ 1* * Dry Goods ever offered to the Crosbyton Trade. ■■■■ ■ : 0'- Social, Club, Church Affairs J': ; Tv Mils. James t.~ Buck " ==f~==7==: CompJIroentaryJ^IJr^ajiilJteL - Cleveland—" Our Stock consists of everything usually found in an J' " ^ -v ^ Exclusive Dry Goods Store, including Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. f'S-ij/ 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 give us a look? ■ ' - x 0 « Crosb^tisn Mercantile Gompanif f||;> ,, ' "We Hre Making Gsod" South Siife Square . J. W, Apes, ^gr. Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cleveland who were leav- ing Crosbyton, Mr. and Mrs. G. Clark Smith gave a Fi...

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

• . . Hi' : **, r ' ; itSSit ... #< 5r - • ' an® HI THE CKbgftYTON REVIEW M ffl g| ;' -■ u«x .': .•• ••• {•;:,; ... !I : ^mm*m Warnm ->'j mmm II1 " a na: nor$e-po wer <■ ., *' j ■. be concentrated m which attains a ' land miles an '//fuelandelectric ve make feat possible O DESIGN bigger and' more powerful marine engines than ever known, about eight times the power of those on the Penn- sylvania or other late super- dreadcaughts, Is the problem which the authorization of the new battle cruisers for the United States navy has thrown on Rear Admiral Robert S. V chief of the bureau of steam engineering, —-ding to a writer in the New York Sun. se engines, which will be of the electric-drive > expected to push the 900-foot ships through rough seas at a speed approaching 35 mrszwms- oi//z FAsrejr D£577?OYF/^ I J I Mmm * .. 9; that Is, about four knots better than the ni United States destroyers, and at the rate of n passenger-train running on a carefully :'oad. When Admiral Grl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 November 1916

is fill!!! Mappfe I mmm i i P . : \.V. ws$$8&8$ TIM ■'•' ■ ■ ' ■ ' irfliMISiii 'mm i m mim f% 111 Si wmilmm _ wmm Douglas ■ e t yover9000shoe dealers, own ■ Shoes lira. the World. : s and the retail price is stamped on the hot- at<tn factory. The value is guaranteed and protected against .lugh prices for inferior shoes. The i are the same everywhere. They cost no more, in San than they do ia New York. They use always worth the paid for than. . , J-* — 1 quality of W. L Douglas product is guaranteed fcy more than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart - am the feadets in FashidlTXimtKS of America. a,r® ,made * well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction "and supervision of experienced men, all working with an honest determination to make the best shoes for ehe price tfeat m< ;am buy. . " . - . A«fe your shoe dealer for W. I. Douglas shoes. If he can- not supply yon with the kind you want, take no other ...

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

! flfPPrag|s ■ 'I 11111 '. ■ r SfclSwMA^s4'f 4-«* vj t||".ry1 ft;< 'n„ c'1'" ,/fj t it ' ^ i&Jjff' '' «Hi(:CiblBT1 . REV] ■ nil] .art HSflgg vs0n§*alt SSi E W i , •?-/; |SggP ■■HI Wm$£ . „ saCARAT 1)11118$ ■I — '■'''tfpr" ■■ ifeS Br iffl K MMBl -'.Hi * ^■-1 Rail Msfs ,;,, ■ ; ■ ■ 3%v v- : ~ • !s '-"':Mv::4 cureif is -'fe stamp of a:^ 'miqs^JS Jmsf&£: <, m . „■ . >r ? . fl,. ,;;.>:/Vv nhieos ' M gI@©S , air of Our pAT/s For Men 18-CARAT SHOES sECI Pw w®%ww ■V -oi'JGp and you will find them splendid values, well ~th every cent you pay for them. •«.<-• ' ' " , . '■•■ ''. V ■' • , _ -. /. . .. ■ «*, '. ;■'' '' J • ' ■■- 1—■ ' '■ • • The stylelllustrated is one ©f the many "18-Carat" numbers for Fall. There are others in v. |i|S ■'"■] " >/:• , . :■•• . . ,'■ Gun and Tan Calf— •f-*; * BSSSIKSbesB msmm In Bhicher and In Lace. -KARR CO . Men's. -Hats from p.,5© to i i 4. , SIS Wh Imm a !i 'p ferei Saps wmfk frem^te to.. - ■ ■ $1.50 Boys' Caps worth from35c to Boys'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

■■■ mmmm MP Iffi : MM mm People Of Plains Newspaper CROSBYTOM, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, \2W —T, . liink Cnlinn Northwest Texas Conference Meets ■ • off most Republicans and Socialists Show, Very Little Material Gain. ce has gSpPwf8;Mll; iiM ?1 1 i Wilson Re-Elected Tuesday 5,—i—. ■■■■•;. Saves the President From Defeat at the Polls gjgg <- _ ■ 1 New election of. President Wilson was fully assured early, to- night by an established lead, Vin California of 3,112 with < only 65 precincts yet to be California was one state needed to linchf his majority in the electoral college. The vote l I I ; . i Irf-vip 1 I: ' Wilson, -461,365; < Hughes, 464,497. ■ The California figures included comple returns from the pity and county of'Los Angeles, the last ' Republican stronghold sin the state where there was any real !&s ? hope for Hughes. The 3.30 pre- cincts still.to be heard-from are -V? .7 an mountain counties. Political ■experts assert confidently that the ret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

BgBgg WBm M sJSIlfplRw m ■. yi '5^® f, j^ v smBkmXSmteGmMB }■■ •■. W&-1 8« m . ■ it0 ,ce Experts Rnd Deadliest War Bomb ' ■ — ' ' . ft. rON.—Army ordnance experts after many experiments with] _. -j t—1 lu V.H U Im MAn/infail liliva Ynnnfl <1 hnfTlh iivtf llififYl! destructiveness any similar weapon known here or In Europe. The tests proved so uniformly! satisfactory, it was said, that the war department has been urged to adopt| the bomb for use In the aviation! service. F. E; Barlow, an employee! of the Frankfort arsenal, Phlladel-i phia, the inventor, has offered its ex-' elusive use to the United States gov-1 . v'J ernment The Barlow bomb Is six feet in: approximatelyHve"inches in diameter, shaped like a torpedo.^ In' l to an explosive charge of T. N. T., it contains -a £as chamber in l a new and secret combination of gas is used. It iS estimated that the bomb has a fatal destructive, radius of at least 100 yards. V One of the chief features of the bomb in which it differs ...

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