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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

"'V^,,' v *^"YVf " ■,' f Ji'.vXV ijlaa,;,iieaLi i ,a fu .^.as. I. .k,.,. ssjebss 8B(ia ps m * X' V SSI li (Copyright Louis Joseph SYNOPSIS. After stealing the Omber jewels and the iluysman 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 man, is on his trail. Lanyard dresses and goes •out, leaving Roddy snoring in the next roon?, then comes back stealthily, to find •In hja rnnm IVTllp /Rannon. Tn the anart- anenjt near the Trocadero he finds an in- vitation from The Pack to the Lone Wolf to join0 them. Lanyard attempts to dis- pose of the Omber jewels, but flnds.^that. The Pack has forbidden the buyfexs.. -to ■ileal with.him. He meets The Pack, but refuses alliance with them. On his re- turn to his room he is attacked in the dark, but knocks out his assailant. He dis- covers that Roddy has been murdered in hie bed and starts to leave the house. In the corridor he encounters Lucia Bannon, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

pSISSI in eio'i® Y-T o *r *li ffflg per Year C omSQ.' | s Second fin , Matter Jan. Post Office at ma ~———■ •■■■'- •;'. ' 1 6-1 A\ tint i. i a *a o. rnu/Atin r>riM ERTI (ilSpJayad.SI ;.j|? t"\ -mipr&i. ts,oo p ■ ' ,," ~ i <d. SW' Wfe^lWWB CONNEC- Wom TION WITH MY DRUG iHMWafc STORE, AND CARRY A LINE OF i,5, m mm pff ft \T,: FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONS AND DRUGS I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR %6 V? - v.' —w.llbc cJiwtfedfor directories iw n fl th. " tt.etc., wh be chanted for at §p the aaraeas any other advec !8 not e | f sfi c.itUon] asi<& tar -it Uic rate M&owjfore <w i««ia ■ru^mim I..",;.,.; TO THE PUBLIC. ection upon the . m it anyperson, | of the Keview will be gladly ; . . brought to the sttte a DR. STEPHEN E. SMITH, | Crosbyton. Co. Time Table twmmmmam u,i Crosbitoa .te, 3i0D p. mi >. ;.!S. " tv. .. M, *' Lorenzo ;m. " Idalou " Fi:®P.M. M. 4 LuhbwSc " 12:45 P.«. marfced F. indicates rtoponlyon diimmU. " ootice. L. B, Culwell N. Y. Bicknbll, - John W. Baker, Presi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

iJr«,r, , •* f'* > , < t fii ¥s«S , r' «, u i , %> * « ,, " ' , i * •> .,*&;<• -^i , ./ j j! %>'•>. " ' ' 1 ' : ' Grosiif :tau: So. V .:■,:,,, SsMMBI enjoyed by 'VI W4i.i)i'i..j.fc.jiu."v..ii„ ..ia the Lead A large assortment of Dependable Merchandise that justify you in trading ; at Crosbyton and" with-4heCrosbytoh Ifercanfite Company. A Great Collection of Restwell Blankets- Strong, durable,' ail ottou blaakats thaxt are an imoovamint on the old heavy wool blanket . ' in comfort, protection and more sanitary, Restwell Blanket, size 60x76 one dollar per pair Jfor three, pairs. Restwell Special, 60x78 at $2.00 Nashua Wooinap, a beautiful plaid 64x80, per pair $3.00, two pairs for 5.50 1 Restwell wool-mixed 66x80 a beautiful plaid, per, pair 5.00 A small fancy blanket for the baby, at 50c, 85c and— 1.00 '"A A Baby Blanket FREE With every $5.0.0 and $10.00 blanket purchase ~~ COMFORTS ™~ We are showing a special line of cotton comforts, filled with a fine grad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

■J \ | a as c , p Ir *&-.:■' 1 D IN SEM1ARID REGIONS ER'S Bitters : makes It espe* illy appealing to 1 se who need a | ■ > Jiffer from any oraach, liver ..or? | bowel trouble t insist on Hostetters] Woman Wants SEPTIC POWDER iRSONAL HYGIENE . .Jwtftesr for douches stops eaSmrh, ulceration and infiam- Recommended by Lydia E. Med. Co, for tea years. nasal catarrh, " roafc and tore eyes. Economical. *' -' dmmhn and ceniiddal power. 5%, ell arugguts, or postpsui by onTojlet Company. Boaton. Masa. Jj I m w ' fx-. \ , .■£ • /' ■a' «m 1 . i DH£ more necessary imallpox, fixmy H B i SHSflfiBff experience has demonstrated the almost miraculous effi- ititypbold Vaccination. . by your phyelclan, you and Kls mote yltai than bouse Insurance, .-.j druggist, or send for Havo .i 1 telling of Typhoid Vaccine, tiange* from Typhoid Carriers. currca iabo&atory, bcbkhjcy, cai. UC1MO V*CCIH1« <1 «RUM8 UHPIB U. 0. 80V. LICHI38 mm - >) PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Hel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

JS -. . * v-j '^;g;A^:'v' : . .;-;;-'v®|a -yJ'&1 " \ .•• 'v . -." • ;■": YOUNG WOMEN ■'-'•"i- '"m i" 1 ■ I I- v' '.0$% to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cora- pound, says Mrs. Kurtzweg. ;■• ■" ni.M.n' h , • ,,. Buffalo, N.Y.—" My daughter, whoso picture is herewitii, was much troubled ——■—1 -|With pains in her back and sides every month and they would sometimes be so bad that it would seem like acute in- flammation of some organ. She read your advertisement in the newspapers and tried Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. t praises it highly as she has been relieved of all these pains by its use. All mothers should know of this remedy, and all young girls who suffer should try it. "—Mrs. Matilda Kurtzweg, 529 ; High St., Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion, should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been re- stored to health by this root...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 November 1916

li§H| mSm ■—i ■JWPI I , 1 §g , - ' - • W " -•" '"WW y\p.m - ses JfS 3, H" ■H sir"""'' ^ .. ■M HBBSW J,' CARAT srf ipppivi I Si Wrap TI 1 ' T*\ ■ * ;'... ■ me ___ in Vr* A' j/?* ag^t. ■ - *■ carat is the stamp of lif: Hty arid means Just as much on the Me pain «f our shoe* s it Joes iF l/;i $Mvsl§«i applied to gold. " of Qtir lj|I Blip mm- ■iii 18-CARAT SHOES For Men has this guarantee of quality on their soles, and you will find them splendid values, well orth every cent you pay for them. The style illustrated is one oi the many u" numbers ?or Fall. There are many others in j H i$l ; Gun and Tan Calf— In Blucher and In Lace, 0 i'.; MABE--KARR CO mm :|fs"" HATS AND wmmi. ■, :.■< iisiiiii! silt Iff f§ iii Boys'. Hats from' $1.50 to $2.50 ' We have a large line of Men's Caps worth from 50c to Sffi! Chas. Y. Boys' Caps worth -Boys9 - Caps worth ■ ; from 35c to $lo0(0 Small B©ys' Hats for ©nSy Attorney-a-La Up stairs in First National Bank building. i . ' " % W.J. STRA Contractor and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

ip§f$ ■z r-,r-\ VOL \>v . .. C R 0 S BYION A . Ne w s p aper F 0 r A II T he People «—^ Ml— 11 s 1 k 1 ■n ,'.My Plains T ex a s ^fing ■■ 1 I CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1916 " Republicans Domi- - nate Next Hfeuse Woods CSairiis That Party Lacks But ®fs@ low Washington, Nov. 15.—In- complete canvassess of the vote several close congressional dis- tricts today brought no changes in the unofficial election results which indicates that 217 Repub- licans, 212 Democrats and 6 of other parties have b®en elected to the 61sx congress": Represent V'!, HI m i . is a tative Doremus, chairman of the congressional committee, claims however, that Democrats will make gains on the final returns in six or seven of the close states which apparently have elected Republicans by small majorities.. Representative Woods, chair- -^jaaan..of the Republican commit- tee, insisted tonight that the Republicans undoubtedly would control the organization of the t House. A Speaker to be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

§' 1 * ' - ,." Z T , 71 . ' V : ' '""V% . ■ ■ v - • ■ :j?«; N.: ' 5W ;•■ ' V . '' '..! , ' ■ ' •! - •'■ '■ j$<i$&'f V 3fHWM - &' w w^.-^ < ,l ~ „ , „.. _i , «,_ .vl\., - ' * " f MAKIII? l?Sp§ few _, _ ■RH&, mmm fsm I nWffT I " " Hni*^ SSI ■ 3 mi ....3mm N • ' ' ->$ !•• :*•::.*/ .'•£. y?y?i ; > y >. r -Ar; ■■/•% /->v'; /■ X-> ^ *• "* V X* ^ ' "* «S iniornationai Film Service wii fir 5llttB#6jgj||®to6|to of the Immense munition factories of England where tiie big guns are being turned out in a steady TURKISH TORPEDO FLEET BOTTLED UP # B31 m A recent photograph of the Turkish torpedo licet with steam up and ready lo sail, buL bottled up In the (harbor of Constantinople. m- ' te jk<M' * j . _, r i, —, Wm>,; u ,! r IK • I# HRW INFERNAL MACHINE FRENCH CAVALRY RECONNOITERING l«5 pPHnrfli-'Y :;•*•- \ JSP ' I /' ' ■Or ' • t I flS I ,This is a new infernal machine, for ,|fse in warfare, invented by li street icar man of San Francisco. The cylin- der cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

. the crosbyton review =s=Bs==asss , . , , : spot to substitute false numbers for those fae was licensed to display.; then, at more sedate pace, followed the line of the fortifications northward as far as La Muette, where, branch- ing off, he sought and made a circuit of two sides of the private park en- closing the home of Mme. Omber. But the mansion showed no lights, and there was nothing in the aspect of the lodge and carriage entrance to lead him to believe that the chate- laine had as yet returned to Paris. Now the night was still young, but Lanyard had his cab to dispose of and not a few other essential details to arrange before he could take definite steps toward the reincarnation of the Lone Wolf. Picking a most circumspect route across the river—via the Pont Mira- beau—to the all-night telegraphic bu- reau in the Rue de Grenelle, he dis- patched a cryptic message to the min- ister of war, then with the same pains to avoid notice made back, toward the Rue des Acacias. But it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

'y < ' %l\ '>' •'< m \ X \ \*& 1 :fjgS^M\ pMmi l iEiElffl*ft^.Aa«tegfcM rati MM Publish *' ,'" .: ■ I.".■', A class Matter Jan. t Office at croslyr- under the act of March 3 xne high price , iarmer all over the n belt are prepraring to plant si big acreage in cotton, and there is little doubt but that by next season, if there is as much- land put to cotton as is in evidence now, that the price of Staple will range from six to seven cent. New faces are very much in evidence on our streets during 1 , — the week and especially every )v SRTISING RATES. Saturday and as a result this p:3^ display ;:<i,si5.oo per-weet. Ha5f pa^|shws~that Crosby ton merchants are now perhaps enjoying the biggest';vOlEtaie of business than ever ® before in their history. The people are fast finding out where to sell their* products and buy their goods. If you are not trading in Crosbyton, come and give our merchants a trial and you will becomes regu- lar customer. ■ r mff ■ ay ad, $8.00 per w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

U . ..^.?> 'ijsJS.lki.V6. ^ A «<w f£% ifa&ll H ^ V'" the c r o ' : : : ■ 7*: : "~:™ ® '" ' ' W v ?« & # ■§ <# * * <4fe , ■ * a Crosbyton Mercantile Co - "' " " .* 4) Centimes in the Lead A large assortment of Dependable Merchandise that justify you in trading at Crosbyton and with the Crosbyton 'Mercantile Company. A Great Collection of lestweSl Blankets-- s- Strong, durable, all otton blankots that are an imsjvem^nb on the old heavy wool blanket in comfort, protection and more sanitary, Restwell Blanket, size 00x76 one dollar per pair for three pairs. Restwell Special, 00x78 at £2,00 Nashua Woolnap, a beautiful plaid 64x80, per pair $3.00, two pairs for "5.50,. Restwell wool-mixed 00x80 a beautiful plaid, per pair 5.00 A small fancy blanket for the baby, at 50c, 85c and—r— : 1.00 A Baby Blanket FREE With every $5. 00 and $10.00 blanket purchase ~~ COMFORTS We are showing a special line of cotton clomforts, filled with a fine grade of cotton, f oral patterns and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

mWMM ■ ■■•■ IwlPil ' " ><i • V,v'*V^ 4& 'a Macaroni Its delicious lem and you they want. It is a one and jttilsele,vand t raalte thein nervous and irri- The most economical itloua food known. Made from Durum wheat. Write Sfcin- Co., Omaha, Nebr., for beau- ok book. It is sent free to AdY.. v. < i v 5 Cardui Wins Suit After a trial in the United States jfolStrlCt Court of Chicago, before Juclge "arpenter and a federal jury, the jury >nnd the American Medical Assocla- gullty of libeling Cardui, the worn- tonic, which they had denounced "nostrum." . This is a vindication of the medicine (and a proof that it has merit, which was recognized by a jury after a trial jof three months, one of the longest icivll cases on record. Many doctors and chemists testified "Jon both sides and the evidence totaled nearly four million words. Matter of Necessity. "Got a chauffeur, eh! J thought you were averse to having one." "I was; but you see our cook got 'married and we had to give he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

IMmm. the crosbyton review ■'■ ' ' •■ 1 : , ' rake a fame, tried md proven remedy for Liver Complaints. Cost- • veo«ss, BUiousoess, Jaundice, Kidney Troubles, Impure or Bad Hood, Pimples, Indigestion. If suffering §toeb these Sake lr. Thachefs tLiwir and lliicl Syrup afapatttd yon shoold immediately teha fihia great preparation—SOc and $1—all dealers. HOT SHOT FOR COAL DEALER Indignant Woman More Than Implied He Was Selling Slate to His Customers. ,. During the past few months some coal dealers have managed to clear their yards of a good deal of rubbish at remunerative rates. An Indignant woman stopped a coal dealer in the street one day, and loudly complained of the quality of the fuel supplied to her. "I never saw such coal in my life, ■jphe declared. ."Thirty-five shillings a ton you charged me for the stuff, and it won't burn." "Well, missus," was the reply, "coal Is now at famine prices, and we have to be satisfied with what we nm t t I gave thirty-two shillings a ton for that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 November 1916

VWSfS/WA/MtoW/tfSS/A Model Horsepower S Paesonger Tcuring Cor Roadster $620 f.O.b. Toledo rs-.-■■«•, vi' v fv . . ... • _< , ^ -v There s little comfort in most low priced cars. You can't use their speeds. They jostle you—-they ride roughly — they It has long 42-inch, easy riding, shock ab- ^ sorbing cantilever rear springs. In addition the 75. H Overland is a longer car—104- inch wheelbase. And it has 4-mch tires. hold the road. : v.. Itssemoothness and ease of ridmg at any speed would do justice to a much larger and heavier car. The $635 Overland is different. It is only the speediest of low priced cars But you can use the full speed of its power ful motor when you need it. That's Come in and let us demonstrate, the best kind of proof. Packages. ! •: ' / ' SMITH & CULWELL, Dealers The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo* Ohio Made in U. S.A. ' ? $1 '•V mS A Fresh Shipment of ranberries. Citron, Orange Lemosi - Peel, - Raisins and Currents. mm wPS i s \ *, m - A Fresh Shipment o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

* H0t. • ■ ) 4S£ ;.v.: ■•■..■•.. -■ ^ ,S' < t (J/ ,,fiT*i,.> .*,. „2" 1 ?>i. V :^'.r S r_j &£vtS&,t . mm : ■ @?§KK5 ' aSHlfjlfB .. >■:-■- ISiw i South People T h e G re at Plains Newspaper CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1916 West Texas Gets Severe Cold Snap Plan to Further astock Production Co-o« Jistribution of Fine Stock and Poultry the Object. ... ■■■■■■■ • ... - W< ill «nIov. 21.-*G. C. Waller of Arlington, president o£ the Tarrant County Farmers' Union, who was appointed at the last meeting of the State Union as chairman of a committee to for the co-operative dis- tribution of high-grade stock, brood sows and poultry, today JT mSrn m mm aMSlifti * If ■:/ W A || 81 m m mm made his report. He recommends that associations be formed with Fort Worth as the distributing center to supply stoek farmers in counties in Texas vrhich are free from ticks. The plan is fashioned some- what after that of the Federal Farm Loan* Banks soon to be estab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

mMfeW -vv.v - v.; ■ ■ THE CROBBYTON REVIEW ■ : mmm 4# 'uffi gSBSSs*^ mM00$ this places mm " ftX 1 ad I suffered great sp so I couldn't get y work. Sometimes iSd . lctst lt or 5 days and ;oo much, which seemed to cause suffer very much. I would be — down in the bed for 4 or 5 When I'd take the Cardul ,, would nd not last so long—only ig like 3 days, and the suffer- " be entirely relieved. 1th had got rundown and the iul would build up my health and and beep me going and out 1, so I could do my work. It hurt, to even sweep my floor when I i It, but got so I could do the of my work, and I didn't suffer m&move, had no more cramps " Cardul, the woman's tonic, has proven its efficacy in the treatment of womanly troubles. Try it,—4dv. — — • Baku, Russifti imports $40,000 worth ®l wire monthly' from the United Angeles police last year arrest- done person for evei*y twelve of pop* *atton.:^B||||| BM||Ma|J Where areseveral different styles of houserheating plants on the market the cheapne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

if " ,£i NHHlii Mat'*1 H ' SB*:;;i THE CROSBYTON REVIEW ." Jfiist Orice! Try"Dod$on's liver Tone" When Bilious, Const! paled, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work; T ,. , ' ' ' Liven UP your sluggish liver! Feel *we and ci>e&Ffulr-make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition, But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because it makes you and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up.' That's chen you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of hasty calomel and that it; won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tone is real li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

f! ipl . -®iil• m mm N KfsS Bll *&h&9 ■\L:r~r- '■ " " _ i f 1 1 'i <* t,- - * , - , j. mmmm mmm MHL_ ■ «* 53L.S, ^ IM t.ijimiiijiN'ii •■■ .1^l^"^"n^^ :glgp.: AT A DINNER WE CAN HAVE, AMD HOWEASY WE CAN IIAVEII • are here, and have not gone past here. ■PliiP JKatMfaig ■ :■■■? - \', :■ ■■■- , : : V« I JUST TAKE A Fat PIG TO ^p^.J|BliPi Hy&jg Si 1' / ' ^" > ; AT BASSETT DAIRY, CROSBTON TEXAS, AND '.ttJk Vifj far e^eg#mM to fall: amdi of fdhro 'imj Ibesfc 111 ««*«■ ■■■ mlm&mi mm BEEF, LAMB, POULTRY OR FISH AS YOU PREFER „ 1H^ IjWjj t+r"* *■ J •/[ iMC' ^1; fy > *' 1 "* ' * 1 ^ ' ' ' ' < * ' ' ^ .;. _ • • . ~ FRE^H VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF A 1.1. KINDS Spices, nuts, candies, and more than can be told. U YTKING THAT MAKES A THANKSGIVING DINNER COMPLETE AND DELICIOUS, for a pig=or for more pigs or any farm products you have to dispose of you can furnish your home, clothe iur family, equip your farm * or supply any wants, all from a full, general, attractive, stoc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

'fi:: ^v--:^ -: ..., ::J:/:.:^: \.; ™ ■';"■• — •'Mmmtem$mim$mmmmMm®0immmiiMim®mMm8*Wiari*!>'' " ■1 v1- -*- 4,7 Should Select Standard Seed Secretary Harry Hickman "of - _ .the Galveston Cotton , Exchange yesterday received a letter from | Columbus, giving further par- ticulars regarding the production of thirty-three bales of cotton o of land, described re- X cently for a dispatch to the News x The results . ©btaln i were on a -farm near -A ' f «===***= Li- . . 'aj «i ^Mil• w' ^t '-1%,''' MiWi"'- _ . W selection of mij In this case Mebane seed were used President I. H. Kempner of the Cotton Exchange yester- ■ more standard varieties of cot- ton seed available to all farmers at a small expense. He mention- ed the fact that a farmer near Eagle Lake picked fifteen bales stiil H ;||li|S ■Mm [fV i' ■ ■ liW;® ■' " ' : iBHHl! "''C'v PLUM GROCERIES FOR THANKS " GIVING DAY paid be of the very best quality. To insure this point place your order with us. Our constant aim is to make this gro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

The ladi rt were^manyand beauti- | none W them to j)lease hif'fastideoi "Then he had almost up in dispafr "of finding a for publication.- oB when faries were no uncom- tljere lived in % in the mist of the jt of Devonshire, the ritch. 'She was per* )f the ugliest specimens ' ' could possibly be tort scragley gray over eyes. Her long black dressy wept | | the ground picking up all the du8t and grit, She used a heavy kqarled stick and leaned on it as though her many bad deeds were weighing her down. Her wickedness was felt lor miles around and she would stoop to .jaaylow deed that would bring 0 other people. This nameless witch- above ^ .r-.-Lv; - and work' her wrath tipon fair i:.-: ic: ■ : as they would a dreadf ul dragon, je it Was toihe one who 0 wife to please him,, hisyta^y • god mother appeared before him and told him that if he would take, , a journey northward through the maple forest and tap enough trees to make a stream to-carry him to the center of the forest he would there...

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