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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

' * Si , ' WBmm mm fa 'jr . h - , §1 gsgff'rri1" Hmn i5#fip!«ii*iiss ■ / fiil Will# T || ipUl; m I •• | : ^—r-* $ ... ' ■ ilpl mh^bihh 1 . i , m , '■ ■ HiiiU'nr^ Latest Styles-Prettiest Patterns—Nevvest^€reattons v . -< i<}*\{ <'*' J ' ■'" ' •' ■ ^ A fall and winter I9ii<6 millinery, trimmed by an experienced Milllneiv bought before the; late advance ifurnitinery, hence we are ..able to MARK YOU 25 PER CENT "V - . DISCOUNT I S®;a' from the original prices on all trimmed millin- ^ ir ' ery and sailors, | Special prices on Snats and bonnets airaade t© order. Come eaaly ' while the assortment as ffaiHygood. In obedience to the President's Proclamation our store will be closed Thanksgiving- day, Thursday Nov. 30th„ Crosbyton Mercantile Company §fc lie Social, Club, CKtirch Affairs - James t. Buck OE SI Ms w DON'T LOOK FOR THE FLAWS Don't look for the flaws as you go through life. And even rahen you find them It is wise to be somewhat blind And look for the virtue behind them...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

„ ■s-;*• JS 4 •it^1 > 11 H K J j , V- ..I <•& Sfetili i' ' -* ■ iKS-ssai sSlS a Novel SteeUHelmet ae" of military defense has been fcom in ifion steel helmet aitf trench digger, de- omerly in the United States army, now a member of the local ^police department detailed at headquarters. . | Mahan's invention may result in; '^••ifie introduction of the steel helmet: ihfJncie Sam's army, for he has sub-, mltted his design to the war depart- ment, and it is now in the hands of the ordnance division. The United States government has always barred the permanent steel helmet, which has been adopted as a part of the equipment of the Euro-; „ .,_ v pean soldier, from the American army ; a permanent helmet was an .unnecessary burden oh KM, i ^ ' ■ ; ■''•■ ■ - ■ ' " idpea that his helmet will be adopted, however, for, he points a permanent headgear, and need only be worn while the men tml ftre. v lielmfet would not do away with the present campaign hat It' 'ble steel and resembles th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

.''/n "■:/ '•J REVIEW THE CROSBY i armed—""" ' f> I *ls that the&ruth?' M (Copyright, Louis Joseph Vance CHAPTER XXVHI-50ontlnued. *t' . -wt13—** ' The light, gushing from the opaque flood, made the safe door a glare, and ■was thrown back into her intent young face. Even so, he- would have recog- nized the sharp silhouette cut by her m * — Ithe; .veerbody against the glow, the poise of her head, the carriage of her shoulders, the gracious bosom round- * ing her tailored coat. \ Sbewas all in black, even to her gloved hands—no trace of white or any color showing on her person but the lair :*?Urve of her cheek below the mask and the red of her lips. And if that were not enough, the intelligence •with which she attacked the combina- tion and the confident, businesslike precision that distinguished her every action proved her an apt pupil in that ^ His thoughts were all weltering in misery and confusion. He knew what this encounter meant, appreciated that it explained many things...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 November 1916

• < t iff*f * a fmr V- j'.*l ll^fl tor ISfilllli 'r . Wi* :•* ;ay llpf >Bii ...., ®«&ii m raoM| i mhmhh lilijpl^ ,,J'^ i . g HHP> §jrf/MV' %.fc".'J m iMH , 5-> ■■■ y .' .'^BS*----*.- /!?! Pf..- j;.; A -7 .^r « V § 11 BBMI I m m p "p TEACHER'S INSTITUTE TO BE HELD IN THE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING AT RALLS, TEXAS. ifM ,".v HPMENT D CAKES BMW— BBn^""i " ' "I '&Wmi ^■,..v :■ £&& i •• v -. ' •• 1 ri -v-S-'-Sf. m '■. Ill x3 ' and Ten cent WTxfr^z w^mzm A Fresh Shipment of .; • •. •. • ■ { :-.S\> t .-v •'<•, . -" • . ■ • \'i . "V-'; . ll' -.') > ■ • v •>" '• ! berries. Citron, Orange Lemon Peel, Raisins and Currents. Mm m % , v ®SR m I :-" sis ' wP A Fresh Shipment of and Sour Pickles in k and Ten, Twenty and ' '-r: ■'• ^ -. • ' ' ■•-^—"*. i-t .: • ■ ■<•■:' -\ •• Thirty Cent Jars. or That Thanks Giving Dinner. .„, e carry a large stock of staple and fancy at all times. If is groceries we have i.it •.•iw^'y^rtnari W'--: car of Salt in ■ ■ t. , 5, 50 and...

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

v IBH ' - - ;• Newspaper p-~w 1 f-., 1 1 ''(t/ 1 id 1 ' 1 ' ^LJi mm m . s Plains People o ut h Texas The CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS,fRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,1916 jxas Baptists Adjourn at Waco strong Resolutions, Passed on School and Show Regulations. Wgf t, 1 [p Waco, Texas, Nov. 27.—The Baptist general convention of Texas finished the business of its annual session at noon today and adjourned. This has been a record-making session for this f||\ denomination in Texas. All re- ports indicated that 1916 has een a %ear of progress and - Bp I; 3§i:"v;; rl"1 ■ ■ . b prosperity for the Texas Bap- tists in.all their activities a<nd enterprises. The convention has committed the members of the denomina tion, of which they claim a'bou 400,000, to the [promotion of certain measures and reforms that may figure prominently in the politicts of the State and Nation until the most important of them have been piisbef Into : the realm of accomplished facts. ^Texas Baptists have made their declarati...

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

SbenHM RSfinBU Si our _ foreign * < 1rf< <* 4 " ' ren for tfte self-govern- :hnt we may atlon 'liBiJI efficiently conducted is a 130 presence of large numbers , . iort'Ign workers in many J parts of the Doited States— * persons who do not understand our laws, our language, our forms of government in city, | suite and nation—Is full of danger for the country. The lack of in lores! in-civic affairs by a large-prppoftlon of our own educated American popu-. er big danger, taken especially in i he outsiders, ndusrriai towns and cities in New and in other parts of the country have ■most half foreign. There is ;fre- ! ' . s.'suii ion • of lives and do- 'ioti of properly. The spirit of mob lawless- ?f this sort s6ems to be spreading in many . ^ . ■' ... . . v. h:ij>{i, wo find dishopest govern--; iH, lux ad) i ni trati'on ot law, rep- " * officials who do not represent the mass xpayers in practically every city and state 11 agencies have sought the- ■if this state of .affairs-an...

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

'* X . . ' ' '' ' '■ ^ ' '• ■MUM. II ■■■■■ — "'■■■ M III n • in,I ii ' 11.1111111 mi mini .mi I , ill w~, — ' "i,,"—— " ' I yt.r,.).,III'.. — —" ™———■—.™-~ m or Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's ^Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine •Here"is More Proof. - - . ■9819^ "S N To women who are suffering from some form of Man's special ills, and have a constant fear .of breaking n, the three following letters ought to bring hope ; — North Crandon, 'Wis. —"When 1 was 16 years old I got married and at 18 years I gave birth to twins and it left me with very poor health. I could not walk across the floor without having to sit rinwn to TPfih n.nd it was hard for me to keep about and do my work. I went to a doctor ancTTie told me I had a displacement and ulcers, and would have to have an operation. This frightened me so much that I did not know what to do. Having heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fPi|l thought I would give it a trial and it made me as iMlawell as ...

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

I *«1PS P ©H iuw,' ^ip aV'-K dM ■'•«■; iinii MShb ■ w^^SWB. '; SKS •HE K > ti r: •1 ■ ' • I ■ 'RUG f l&ST-CLASS LINE ' OF ' USINESS HAlMPmpi ■ ^^:-r^-v-•'••■• W.'. $ ■ 1§ ; ■ VMt UZ'&M■"" <V ■ ; M-i5 \\:-'I PHEN E. SMITH, Crosbyto. HMUMtfttMHR hbbbsshi i i ; WWl'i' 'V./A •: _lv 8^B|B Ipl Wmimk' ;■ ;/ ., s&t fl '- ; ■ rniture Store! •m* how open in our new store lljSwith the biggest stock of NIT U R E hown In Crosbyton, with prices down to meet all competition. SWASHING MACHINES AND HEAT- ING , l.,„..^ . • 111 VJ Jitl Have also been added. We can give you some bargains in these articles. Call to see us when you need anything in these lines. i t B *; . , tf8t§ii? 1 ■ ■ 111 « : ■ l. D. O wens, Proprietor, Crosby ton;^fexas. ■ ,^v , -sa * *1 5 ,' f ^ ..y,, l^rV i, .. i s. ■) 0. Weaver li ^tv i; ^gfimWHWWWMl SURG EON Office above first Nation- ' ki< _ !. ' : OILS and GASOLINE. I have been appointed lo- cal agent for the Magnolia Petroleum Oil Company and announce to ...

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

hRAI H - 1 ■ . '' vt: . r| ■£Mili vato M w 1 —BMBMI J ^gliB SBHu;g/yte.v,, •er • -\'. IS® C.t OIB *..¥ p * © V I E ■■ ■ ill ; h 0._? ;"_, i!>jtiiii j rtii.ii |||| M 4 inery! "(READJUSTMENT OF POTSAL RATES BY NEXT CONGRESS V-V-! l/ ■ ,, Latest Styles-Prettiest \, Patterns—Newest Creations ' v- '" ' ft..—-l.H—r" • • V All .fall and winter 19.16 millinery, trimmed by • • V' — ' * • j|p experienced .Milliner-bought - before the late advance in millinery, hence we are al?|e,...,to YOU--25 ' PER CENT DISCOUNT "i \ ;->'' from the original prices ©o 111 trimmed millin- *"*-.. \ - erj'and sailors. fypfip m,*b****"™"* .7 Special prices on hats and bonnets made to prder. Come early while the ' assortment Is wmti fairlly good!. **„ .In obedience to the President's Proclamation our store ' will be closed Thanksgiving day, Thursday Nov. 30th. Crosbyton Mercantile Company Ik \ HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT OF A VISIT BY MAIL-. A GOOD PIIOTOdUA I'/r (>F . ■/ §£ FRIEND IS NEXT BUST TO A I 'ISIT. If...

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

- - - ' 1 . ■&- ?' '2? • i ^ . ,. v irW... ; , _v.^....-..,.;, : ^ TW • ■ ,r.. ' ■•■ - . •....: :: ' i.V'■. --. ■ ■■■, . ■ ~~~ ."•■•■ , 1 ! * ■ >' I* ' '' „ Mjii of brick ost: impbr- or/fallura according^ by the Halted agriculture. The gcountry roads, res, Is becoming ates.- ilpal ;; advantages—-which possess, according to the , may be stated briefly as fol- ar® durable under "Mly all traffic conditions: (2) lllll . afford easy traction and mod- itely good foothold for horses; and ' they: are easily maintained and clean, fpM Mjf I principal disadvantage is the t cost. The defects which fre- result froralack of uniformity tho quality of the brick or from or construction are usually to be iced indirectly to an effort to reduce •te;:': \ ;w v- a '/joy-ato J';..-.-MOliki i'O 'a::;.:;,';. •when of inferior quality. The first brick pavement construct- in this country, it is stated, dales • to 1872, and Charleston, W. V&, r A I mm WL* T: Vitrified Brick Pavement. .~e distinction...

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

mmmmwtmMSBSKm : li ■■ liii i HI $as$£gp ;yt*"s "4m** r , - V- *«'* ' ♦>« 4 * -'/A- ' :' (Copyright, by Louis Joseph Vance.) ■'■;?fk? •WIS jwf|n v":: •■■tf ; , CHAPTER XXX—Continued. ~—-1/l ) For the present, however, Lanyard Wasn't taking any. He met that chal- lenge with a look of blank noncompre- jffiension, folded his arms, lounged against the desk, and watched Mine. Omber acknowledge, none too cordial- ly, , the sergent's query. "I am Mine. Omber—yes. What can I do for you?" The sergent gaped. "Pardon!" he stammered, then laughed as one who tardily appreci- ates a joke. "Jt is well we are here in time, madame," he added—"though it would seem you have, not had great trouble with this miscreant. Where is the woman?" refill iiSi m&mm ■vZv €> mm-* H :m It Mm * i m ■B fa' He jinoved a pace toward Lanyard— handcuffs jingled in. his grasp. , "A moment, if you please!" madame interposed. "Woman? What woman?" Pausing, the sergent explained in a tone of surprise: "His accomplice...

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

-r\V ; ■ - ■ ■ - ^^4s$tSp|Rill wSMI _ «* CIOUTTOI UTIIW SMttgffSS^gi^ggggSg^^ «iTOW A FALSEHOOD 30NDITI0N OF / _ ____ Some unscrupulous oersoo has circulated the re- • ggjj TJ >T?T.OF • >' ■: rm MB ... rmTIONAL BANK is. at the close of business November 17th, lplCi IOUHCES -.v- r- s?fe ti- • s u ?55,25842 ; None m in tanking housdff - 1,500.00 Some unscrupulous person has circulated the re- port the Fuller Gin €o.> was going to shut down, and we take this method of imploring the public ■ •' • ' . that we expect to gin cotton as long as there is a bale in Crosby County. rsr*- ■■r it'- §$■ WM0§ J. L. GRAVES. r" i > ' i. 1 ,f '' <■ - Manager. rom banks and banker(T(otRer thah included above) 12,877.59 . ::uiie city or town as reporting bank * 245.50 HNBHBHn ^ v a nna « other cash items... 9,972.34 eels and cents 179.71 nks... - ■ 'r« * vt *- 10,152.05 410.00 115.00 iKd with Federal Kcscrv« Cauk 17,869.54 •- nrcf and due from; V. S. Treasurer 500.00 I.......... fl6r6Vl00T...

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

■ rVil w •* <« • ■•••.' . ' If! lit in i i *■ ■ t' s" tj r •;y - £ iff it ">■• ppn 1 '1 M ■ B I i 1 .IVPfwM . ': V xfc1; fi . -; ..; ,-■'- -■• .: *f" &M£X m .. SmR': PI „ -4'.\ v j-N W- ■■ j 1 -Brt ■";• A N e ws paper For All The People Of T h e G re at S outh P lai ns O f Tex as S. .v.Hyr- CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXASi, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1916 issocsation [$' :; 'armed . J. Neman of Washington Makes TimeOalk. hi. E. J lHernanf>f Wash- n: City, Director ck the Nat- ional Highway Asaoci A>n.spent from Saturday till Monday in rosbyton, and on 1 Saturday morping addressed ou| citizens on the good roada queMion. He went into considerab^ detail in explaining the scope Jmd kind of good roads work -beinsr 1-ff fostered and carried on under national supervision, and owith all, hia talk was^Che best we have ? ever ..heard om this 4 important subject. Congress I propriatior mm ■ '1 made a large ap- / be expended for ,J9ment throughout ^States, each state ||Uch of the appro-...

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

r \ " V H' . . Mm H 1 im ANGORA GOATS RAISED FOR THEIR HAI i ■y , ' <> 'J * S Wtfr:: fSfev ^^oellBSjE s •*;'SS^s 4 i.e- dragon-fly type, used by Lieutenant Nungesser, the French aviator, who, dispatches say a dozen German planes. A mouth with jagged teeth Is cut into the front of the plane QOJlMiSSION COMES JACK FROM FRANCE ^f35S«. 1 Hr m Mil# B mmmm. m € flf#: - M £t: '1 • ' / ' - * V y% -it'tyy) ~\ & :{\' "!• ■" > -'f-'Zy. ? s - s: HI r y -MmMM mmmmmm i^. ir.Vr 4iiio JJi f SfcfVtCfc ,: iiiiili liilinillllllll j i'igiiv.y^. /liVi Jy*>i^ mTi itVvf *'''£*'\ 'iTi "mm'"*1 liiTiT'i'^'T" r'T'"'11'1 ^li'iiV" n""'"" i" "i'"'i"T"" r 1 V>~ i" j *" r'"*' *','' The AmerlcansAindustrial commission which sailed oa the Lafayette for France on August 26, under the aus- pices of the American Manufacturers' Export association, has returned on the steamship Philadelphia. The com- mission visited the various industrial plants located in France and was received with great courtesy wh...

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

SH By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE (Oe?p7rt«ti* byX-BOta Joaeph Vance.) ^ * CHAPTER XXXI—Continued. —15— Vauquelin was holding out an arm and staring at it Incredulously; Lan- yard's gaze focused upon the same spot—a ragged, perfon, ition In the sleeve of the leather / surtout. Just above the elbow. " "What is it?" he inquired stupidly, forgetting again that ?he other could apt possibly hettr him. The .eyes of the avl&tor, lifting from the perforation to cpeet Lanyard's stare, were clouded with consterna- tion. Then Vauquelin swe#ed quickly in Ms seat and looked ba|k. involuntar- ily he ducked his head. Simultaneous- ly something slippe# whining past lanyard's cheek, tc^fching his flesh with a touch more chill than that of tov V tho icy tiir itoolf. If- : "Damnation!" h§- shrieked, hysterically. Valkyr is firing ,t madman us!" almost in the f' r.r-f-iv CHl§TER XXXiL dii k* " mmm A , III m■ I i m mm m ■■Ml . ,/ mm t IP / > rJ, f V 1 " ' 1'' . • '' • l|§r-'V' ' iSPl ' Flying Death. self ...

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

r -"A, .>■; ■ '^J BBBBBBBbbi 1 jpl & JfeJ &I8& life THE CSOSB wmi& T o n .IIvIW NOTICE ' ' " & 1 rM m ' ■„ Wij ' I ' V'- V$?£>' ;>' '$ffl ,w; C^'ll '?*> "4i H if Si 5' s it . ill IENT OF'THE CONDITION OF: ' .- '. ./,.nk; ' ■ (Usincorporatec) Ralls, Texas ■ RESPONSIBILITY-- |f, $200,000.00 At the Close of Business, Friday - Wirf £sm-I-.?". | II |i Kovemb©£^4^^J lip^ L.„ L_. • . RESOURCES 4V «0HI ■* ' >j r! , ^s,,'1 I #."■' •J|f Sj( ; ; / Eis fit • Loans and Discounts 5 M,43S.j .■. .<3 und 1-ixtur.t— 2,000.00 Overdrafts *- - - 4,605.90 • AVAILABLE CASH 280,416,02 / " ■Qful ,J . - 321,805 82 : SlllSSis 17,140.88 2!U,384.94 1 1 I ■■ • liabilities In ,M. Cash Capital 4 I 18,000.00 Surplus DEPOSITS...; --'■ ,- -Ti The above statement is correct I li McLaughlin. y WwM$i ■.- • Assistant Cashier. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS > t ** ■ , u " i ' t £"-5 / ICffJ !l ..'. wm M WsemmSSwmltWm fime T:xr:mr \ t ,'i*i _■ Furniture Store ! We are now open in our n...

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

-Prettiest -Newest Creations fall and winter 1916 millinery, trimmed by Milliner-bought before the millinery, fience we are able to ■' ' an experienced ' .. ■ ' ■ jhf " - E YOU 25 PER CENT' DISCOUNT' otMi^al prices on aSfl trimmed mSfllln- r&' * erj and sailors. ^ Special' pgfiees oe hats and bonnets. made to assortment Is early while the ' fairly good. fence to the President's Proclamation our store |e closed Thanksgiving day, Thursday Nov. 30th. YOU EVER THOUGftT OF A VISIT BY MAIL . ':3 A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH OF A FRIEND IS NEXT BEST TO A VISIT. )U 'cannot visit in person, send your photograph. It will be treasured if good, and good is made at LANDMAN'S STUDIO. Lorenzo, Texas. kerience, artistic ability and a sincere desire to satisfy the leal customer make this studio one of the most popular in ftijcas. Visitors always welcome. For the Christmas rush I i fortunate in securing .the service of E, Hester, an expert in fand view work, who will make weekly visits to Crosbyton, jl to m...

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

1 n V fe'l rag# m ' i> m' te ? «$ ilg " > < ' 11 vi ,<1 gy ti u ,/ ijasi P m aiiti 1 'f1' i i" a " V;:' ^ ill —.-•- - THE CKOSBYTON REVIEW ' * * f imyMAIimiU/fiie OaI.CA^ frt'irA nrnmrrPT HP m PhhpI I —For 'T-j ;i Hi r. ••wpjneed. Good for i4 ta buofc and; limbs also—Assists : right and stay so, It's! npni'W .snow the formula to kif^i-tha Mbb'. Iron « . •■• •. j «fP 9W u> BootUn aii fYee s Two ■mi e* mi ' ES 1 «« ,v? I cJH Disfigure by Free, d purify, the Rashes, ewanas, pimples, dandruff and Bore Isaads yield to treatment with Gutic,ura '.menV Relief is immedi- ent, in most cases, pom- end permanent iple each by mail with Book. ^ utitjura, Dept. U the sb-calied society Ol^ FiR$T 8VMPTOM8 "Renoyine" and be cured. Do not ,il the heart organ is beyond "Renovine" is the heart and fc, Price 50c arid $1.00.—-Adv. - ble patches *are"seKlora ; family quarrels., Important to Mothers tae carefully every bottle of tIA, that famous old remedy its and children, and see that it. 5...

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

i- il^^lHVii'hiii'iliiliiWiMli H'liiku' ■'vV... • ^. '.,• ,;\■ v<f> ffli&>x$ frBs{$ 11rfc!\ WmMS^W/M «;.•. ,;5'-: ■'<&$ ■■ U-thV'V'--' ISlilSIliilll :~ « m k Sfe,^ f #>' jSmS" 8H, _ I Mr wm Shoe® in Che World. W torn of all shoes at the factory. ^Tho value is guaranteed and * against high prices for mfetior shoes. The ices are the same everywhere. They cost no mora in San be quaLy of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed fey mow than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart ss are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America. ih?y are made m a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mas3., 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 the price that money buy. " !W «iL)V;r 3 f? it 1 MM ... t. Uottglas shoes. Iff he can- on with the kind you want, take no other 1 1 for interesting * " ' ' - - - - I BEWARE Of [ 1 SUBSTITUTES \ alse. Write f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 December 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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