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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 December 1916

4 _ ^ ^ (i < _ r _ ; ■ - . ' ' . ... . ^ . , " 6 Si WIS I =% CRlisirTjlli, CROSBY COUHTV. Tl)USi FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,191S : !eof Shorthorns Breaks Ail Records Attendance Large and Many feringsjaken by Texans. : Chicago, III, Dec. 8—The auc- J. HPS® H m 1 Hi l ll records for attendance. The cattle brought an average of $958, one 8-year-old bull bring- He was-sold to a Col- •. A large proportion of re - -vr-~—,iV—fc — lyere, C. D. .Smith of Memphis ight cows and a bull. ' ;1 0 buyers was Dr. J. iatesville, Texas, who )0 f oi-Caliy n ?6 Maggie, a .• - , The show this year has estab- reeord for the sale of -.e-winning car-lot steers. The grand average of forty-nine car- ls is $15.91 : per hundred pounds. The yearlings, of which ere were thirty-two loads, av- eraged $16.33, and seventeen oads of 2-year-olds averaged ,!),e car load of champion -S northern specials was sold to a New York hotel for $20 per hundred. Seventeen loads of yearlings averaged $17.- 30; Hereford yearlings, seven...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 December 1916

4?*^ SBii^S '!v • ' ™ ' . i\ - .' . : mds nn re passing in a car looking at the ■■■ -9^ ' <\ Mbbhbkmbi!i m R; Ralls and Ed Bowers are in town. Mr. •1 at the Review foi . H p|te|S Geo. McLean. A. , D. Owen? >avid Aynes, | Geo. Owens, fisses,, Annelle and Mamie ynes and CUtfa Owens visited in Lubbock Sunday. There will be services at the Presbyterian church next Sun- day'conducted by. Pastor N. P: Bates. His time of preaching been changed from - the 'passed J M ' at I . '' g) li 1 .ng rapidly. ' " iiejtf first of the our on a visit. | ;he thresher can ■ly and late, in the Crosbyton,, at this Ph|||arlcer has just thereshing for John - ijjC inery pouth of town where \7 moved to - Si; ii.' 4th to the 3rd Sunday. . J. Glover, engineer for the S.P. & S. F. Ry, has been in- disposed the past week. , Jim" Bridges tlcft SaLur- day for Jayton near which place she will teach school the pres- ent term. Dr. C. E. Johnson, of Sey- mour, has sold his farm west of n \ m,i move here and beg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 December 1916

f Attention Builders-* LET US FIGURE WITH YOU "p' ■ to inspectmir work before BUILDING . , ' <'' u'L j; .lll-'j . I'ili.'L, .u/u.X mmm m A, nderson were her® from Ralls yesterday on business; W.J, STRAWN Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications fur* nished on short notice. If you contemplate building or repairing1 let -nie figure with you. My .work guaranteed. W.' J. ST ft AWN Crosby ton, Texas. SUGGESTED SLUMBER We are doing general contract work. •BUW©AO |0i4OJ ?,U©p @SOi eSdiioa jo Sajjpjads nj ii.o^—©o^ea ;©8©noo pijnunaiiS* «*oi ue jo tun) •aopauo .eift °? peppe ueeq esq ©&mo@ *{Udax anqoiaoiuB uy — ©©u©| b<i '•uesBsfioo AMSJQ ■qounq ©q* uj spiuuueta jo * ©q johra ajwqj 'esanoo jo 'naqj,—Hff •s8a|0q 2nFA|i OOO'OOO'OBI H P I •qnqoi 8( UBaoo ©qj jo ©nm aatmbs Aio •a© pevBuins© ueTsq seq ?i—ma •infl u id tw WJ w •flu pajjotiq eqa iwoiito i(UO eqi BJ juq* ostooss—zooj&AZOOQ i^daa e>m s^Bqiii—JiujAiqnua -J9UUJ& ©Jne v JO} {aurso aq; pe^ajd ©A«q jsnnx ©anj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 December 1916

■ *" -r\ the fun- |ird- be | for 50 Ide- Iton Ins*' (p; 3h. jr. |r pes, ike r v."r - •. " 1 t, 1 , ill if raw t - Wffl 1 -1 .v.;/: .■'■•■'"■ - ""*?// ! A?- <lfpJ,> '? 7 / ./r" v* 1' x ^V,r *riA ^Vvl v d r, * * ri> .......... ^ 3,910, rigfol. 8+ No* 46 i The Greatest Fortunes of America, Ha^e bee^Builf^ip by wise . . :r ^.;... . . ■. •4. W; ! . V .■ .- 4 . lI '. }. .- . ■ i .. . ... ^ ; • ■',. ' .' -/ ri. ' ' ' > ' ': V '.J ' ' ' ' ■ 1 , . - ' •, *'**■'! - <*v *j"' 1 " * 1 •*" -- p 4 * ^^ y t%Ls£W-t'<' ^vfeyi %> '■!- ipfeeg, aire rig;M. sb® .©wir-. feaps are ■ - I-"-,-.*«s | mpj$ C ri n^EiJTOUK CO M P If f C r osbyto n, Tixii . iiW* i - ^Jewelrv Shop"^ I do all kinds of re- pairing. When you need anything in my line call and see me. I also have at ui«e' line of jewelry. .Wr^NT^CKNELL FOR RENT- Nice front room, furnished or unfurnished. For | particulars inquire at the Review office. V *T ^ Ladies and Misses Coats. | You will never know unless •you come in and- le...

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

.^JB^bbbL- - ■ - 7'- ■ ' , ■ " - : : •' - -'■ ' ' , ...;, ;V- ' V ; ^ ^ gv J * T H EC R O S B m:Xt, ::^J SB.YTO-XV' R E VI WW, - >• ., i ^r'--J:J:^^---:T.: mfm SLEEP IN A PUDDING? It's Dandy Cold lights; Try It. m ALL YOU "-V? od. I mii f ■'!«■ -arEH t® DO is to TAKE' AMY FARM RRODUOTS, or ■ the SPONDULiX to * BASSEIT LS¥E STOCK & MERC. EXCHANGE At ■'..., \ - * . *' CRQSBYTOIt ■ TEXAS, kalian K. I The First ,. * : ;: :■..' i fllP'f'lBK i siSlS | ianches g snt on 1 5 TIME p vice.- BROWN exas. m®®sa an.d ImdeJIorLaJTexasMatfress. The name is worth the price, but the mattress reminciV'one of the "Quean of Hearts who made some farts," for when.you got out of bed it rises like Sight dough, and resembles a loaf of bread; an appetizer for breakfast, and is certainly "warm as toast." No more need to sleep cold •"nights with knees under chin, hugging-yourself, You .will also find foeds'and bedding of every kind, for in- doors and out*ot doorlfe for - ...J!?" ■ • Cowbys, farmers and To...

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

MMsMlli iigi 1 i.,^Y-W^Y^'s 'S> ,^v.„ ■ f)V ... . . S > , *"" a o lie; Oompamy: - ir assortment of choice "•, a viewoOuiroishr *;.! roprite J *" ^ ieve c '"7* ■- 'i arnrimSm ] 1 ' :. H tl| CROSa%\t OH RE Vl &W 'swaus ,.. appear at ths present time that i|j& 4 common every day it. if a de- cidedly uricarpfortiibie position1 bet wean the; iifaiee mill stone of trust prices and .the nether mill ^«e..of labor prices and||f wtald... seen* that il>4 ; going' feo shortly be nepesaary to do something for his relief. |yp The commission that has been investigating the notorious "High Cost of Living**' re- turned a verdict that thereis no reason for the elevation of Driees that obtain?, 'and yet their continue, to; 'obtai«^^(l|^aubt- lesa will, <jf\na -those who «re responsible for the rise, contro ther si^Siitsbn." ^^rtr Anflongthe interesting things disclosed by the commission was the fact that produce buyers had gwtr%ctad for crops and then had allowed them to rot fn the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

- - . i ' - ' - '■ ' ■ ■■ • . . -"V ,:: • . . •■'■ ' ' '- 1 V > < \ ' ' '/<: ■■ip:..- -4p,, ,- ; • ■ : • .'. ' ■ ' . . — ' - ' , * ' • " ■ ' i: ; , ' <; .■ . ' . ■ . ., - ' ' • . ... " *> ■■ t . '.' m - -^.y. *--*■ i.; I' HH A Newspaper For All The PeejIe 0f The G reat Sduth Plains Of Texas VOL 9. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXASt FRIDAY, JANUARY 12,1917 «0>, ~ " ' ■ ; ". Many Settlers Ai-riviiig and Mew 1 a , \ ili 1 ;. r Crosby as of all' West - fl® JiV'. I, IfiSS; Ebh ■ Nev^i b'ir'oi'Q in the history of t* J7"" u > y has there been _ ( cicjo and proaperi'j'i. •r confinec as h"xs been witnessed during the pkst reive months. When one s£ops to think of the severe drouth this country suffered dwnng the crop-growing season atM then to note the splendid cp&s that were made it is nothing sjhort of mar velous, and starr the banner count • Texas. J There is lots Mg the farmers 11 to learn here, 'as/ there always is * I 'in a 'now county, but with the , experience t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

mm mmm&m Wmm ¥"t6n REVIEW * ' V " # iifw ■ ; 1 < t I - . - 1 ■ Ki^vihvv .m m ^ | | |_| .. | ■. | |j ,.„■ |.-| i •"* " ,, ■ We use the terms "silver" arid "am- jer" anfl "tortoise shell* quite reckless- ly in talking of fancy couibs and hair ornaments, buMw really mean things that look like silver tirid amber and tortoise, shell. Real silver is labeled "sterling," and real amber or shell or- naments ar& seen so infrequently that It Is not often necessary to describe them. ' .Thfe original patterns of some of our co&ra'lana; ornamental pins are made things, and the imitations differ so lit- tle from them In appearance that the great difference In price is not worth ■ ,, .... Grru 8 of the Most Brilliant I to the Best ' "Hani for ; V very where in Evidence — • J !.' Some of them add perfumed wood to their charms. ■ In, one of the fans shown here the sticks are of plain, ivory strung togeth- er near the top with narrow ribbon. The material Is worthy the fine art in the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

—-—-—• CEIVED FROM SWEET POTATOES mm whmkkk HMl , <nzk ^ ; Adds to Weamvof Sicjly. ik dwK <its of lignite have ■"< hi Sicily. The nmte- own, but partly carbonized. , ' I must bo a great relief to some 'I'" (heir wives become widows. " y " " ' ' —__— \ Important to Mothers Jxamine carefully every bottle CASTOR11, i"':u famous old reipe for infants and children, and see 1 the BignatUreoT InjUse for Over 30 "Tears. CKildreu Cry for Fletcher's Cast*, a« « |%j| ,1 L i )t> j*' Shutting Him Up. /J "What you eat you become^ de- *^|Mil|i§gthe talkative man. , . "For you," said the other. "lr would recommend a steady diet of claim Chow- der." (; About 1,100 kinds of /Insects make * £ffc£lr homes in the oak /tree. "—■—/ * The Quinine That Does N:<ot Affect The Head Because of its, toBlo and laxfatlve efieot, Laxative Brouio Qulnlno can be tataii by anyone without causing nervousness or rlngm® in the bead. There Is only one "Bromo Qutr/lne." D. W. GBOVB'0 aisnatareis oneaeb boz. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

an ckos1 Sllii mmmn h—m mMmm ^4'v^#r7; mm jhh ■41 mms Year mg ' '" ': kv:"':.. "rr '■■'' : : >v'v"f' ' ' i.;'M: ;-/• *'-;; !V' J "■ ^ i i'---" '"1'-■■ 1 J -.si « ■ * i i •" - - 1 v : • : . r——- ... WMBm IMS Also to extend i mm gqgp JHjMjMi if* MflHMM # ^ scial invitation to visit our store and ;. c n ■ ■ m m M . flowing Daily " '^CMmvkrm \ > u -•.• IjgJLjf) ■HKHH H 8®a iT« ICMPLEMBjxIXS, m. .. * .. , '. j,/ •d Windmills, Pipe- . "„ mUuz F K tSfts&'i •I i'HING IN COMMEN] 'STAV'tlT J. ft Jassett Live Stock & Merc, K- Exchange. w ' Crosbyton, Texas jm ' : • ilpi NEW YEAR IS HERE ■'' • ■ sltWl IK j ind so is the lumber for that new - building. We„ handle all kind of building material and can make as ■ . - ■.-"■■ ■ ; low prices as any other yard. Our business during the year that ... .. , ■• 0 . J just closed, has been very satis- factory to us, and we thank our , ■ ;. ' - ■■■■■'- ■ • . . . umerous patrons for their busi- •:■•. - ■ rv * - - •, • ■ ' ' . - ;\ ■• . . ess and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

gUgj i * WIM Hjr* $ ■ •'*■■•: -:/.'. <'>':£ ■\£-;v.-V', •. I graacaw^^ ' ■ :-"'i1 •;Gv -&..H mmM sgifessK HW '"i'Lv' so a we are mcirkigg down to a price your f|pticketbooks. prices are. equal to from M. Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' coats, you can buy for one third of the oirginaS marked price. We Have some splendid V Garments left for both mother and daughter. I 'M 4 Wm taBiB 3 - *$0'p Twenty-Five Per Cent iff, • •Men's overcoats, sheep-lined coats, short lengths, best grade, felt lined duck coats, rnackinaws, men's corduroy suits and Woolen underwear. Tern Peir Cemf Discount - ' 3--, Buy now and save ten per cent on men's and boys' Sadie's and childrens' underwear. ON WOOLNAP BLANKETS, GOOD C0T= TOM BANKETS AM© BED GOMFOKTS. , mm Jn the face of the steady advance on all leather goods, we r-*Wi 11 offer you for a limited time ten peir cent discount on, aH : trunks, suit cases, hand bags, etc-^alj marked in plain figures It is our policy not to "carry over" any winter m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

_L~^L. I V >' ' ,. ■' tt ' ( ml Wmmmfmm iil«|f ■MB $$&.'■.. .■>-! 'Js'.'^y.'^ -frl i *-"' !'. -'" ' ''; f \ k!^ ■ :A.-^j;C'::'',.:v.-iri"'''' mM ^,.iifci:ki i I /rliiiA; :i:^^il;iii -♦ <mMim 4 SI «i B&SB 41 rtwX mwW'wI®1 Is to Have a Handsome New Building aits, have been let for a handsome new Cuban lega- *0 be erected in Sixteenth street, in the section known as Flans for the legation have been drawn by Macneil & Macneil, architects and work upon the struc- ture wlH begin at once. It Is expected that the legation will be ready for oc- ♦nipnqcv bv the Minister and Mme. Cespedes next autumn. The plans call for a handsome three-story structure of llmestone In Louis XV style, with elaborate formal gardens at the rear. The chancery and offices of the legation will' occupy, the first floor of " the new; building. The second op drawing-room floor will contain th«f ■■■■■■■lip... reception rooms, the' dining room, and isem®--ballyTOm across the rear of the house. A balc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

§f§i ■■ ■-:■ ■ ;i: ' / ; ' ':"" .:«< v./ . ' :, ^ ^ '^KFr^W" "' ■ ■' """" ' — ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' • ' ■ ■'■|1 l-'' '■"1 ,■■. JjlWMWiawrtMWWWMMWMaWWWWWMWMWaflMWWW^^ Illllll I . mmmM • W',{;;. . < ((; mm , Mil . Hi hmmAi - , In m , IBM y v.vW- %h w-S ■ ;■■ /, : /■■:a 'i •— ; ■.". £v . ■ '■; . =.w-- ■,': ■ \ - ' • ' ■ A: Modem - Indian fltesen.. ■ • 'WmB __ _il A • * * fQl A 4 ' t ' i ■ J ■> A . ; 1 ;:■ K: ■ "v. ■N this serial you are given a picture of present-day Amer- ican Indians on government reservations. Tfi^inffiofdeplcfs, too, the manner In which—the- origlnal Americans have been exploited in the past by unscru- pulous men with strong political J ""v" "' " o influence. On the other hand, assuming that you have a taste for Wholesome romance, you wllj enjoy the powerful love element! in "The Quarterbreed." Ar^ Mr, Bennet's portrayal of the principal characters is as much a study as an entertainment. We feel sure our readers can look forward with pleasure to the perusal of eac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 January 1917

nijot build a house JUST TO SUIT e as nearly so as you «tn~ .to do so, add to it until. ; IT .MAKES NO DIFFERENCE ~ " the house you figure on building—I fc^yg^leluifements. Big Shipments * ig—ana more en route to . supply the i a WKSSmiSSSS' •• + *■\ mm**™ byton, MMKa ,48ft* ...... .. ij M "w: P -Hi ftsfii&B sVe are doing genei f ' .. '' i: . ■ ; LET US FIGURE WITH YOU on that new Home. ^jj to inspect our work before BUILDING TOMPKINS & GUTHRIE, - Crosby ton, Te ■-■I t Mii ii|iMiHiiijiniii_Mi j i i I lyiyi In "THE FLOOR WALKER" FOR fHE AMUSEMENT OFTHOSE THE WHERE YWU FIND m 'and- FEED c All Fully Guaranteed, Come early arid get the best seats. Door opens -at-&45. First show begins at7:.S0. .. Big New-Year Demand. COME AND SEE ME Texas* L. EMSULWELL, President JOHPJ W. BAKER. Cashier W. L. RA^yV-'ABaiatent Cashier W . v ' isinl'wwr T Tr: w. — ■' VHSun-m,. V.W1 "N. -Y. BICKNELL, Viee-Pfesideal WE HAVE STOCKED UP our grocsry department with a special offering- for' the holi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

"MlRr . J55w ^ v •, ................. . mmmm pnp ■m—B t • .-• . fipSS:iS;.'-r!::Vyi Newspaper People reat South M ft )y- m 1— 'L5 . . .^r. '■.... - P lains CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,1917 ■a I ': 1 :■ ' 1 W Wrapped in White Robe. isture Meets and Farmers Preparing Foi^Sod Breaking. Sunday morning dawned cool and cloudy llnd by nine o'clock flakes of snow .began to -fall and 3 Si SN S:V^v;'y' WMU by noon,the elements were thick with the descending 'crystals, and'this contiued into the night, Hilling: as a tax against the land. . ■■■•■. ■ #1 aind an accurate measurement at the local weather gage revealed a snow fall of about five inches, which is equal to 45 hundreths of, an inch of rainfall. The tem- perature fell to' 12 degrees and remained below freezing fow -about 76 hours. .This snow fell over the entire Panhandle and Plains country, and extended far down into South Texas:' East Texas is reported to have had about the same amount of snoW and for several d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

IS I S i sail I§St;fo' : ■ 'JtS:'?1-&i';■■ ' y-.r.:;\ ■ ••■ .■;■•'■.' --" '■■is I k ■ 1 ■ J BEVIElW ■SS3 m ■PUPPW •<w to av| '. MMjjgM pre • later nCHES FOR . : ' >■ $ an elaborate ten service;—s«r that anyone iqi$v;re. fresh u caller with n cup of hot ten und a bit of bread und^butter or a small cake. Too" often' we fall to give these nice lit- ise we tWnk we enough things, but in these en Japanese napkins and ... ■ may be bought ut the it store there Is 00 rpason for olf such'pleasures. . cup- d roast meat, chop fine, add a ops of onion juice, one table- of melted butter, one eucum- Ickle, one teaspoonful of chopped ey ; mi v w <41 and spread on bread, nd cut' into small , ' i , vj substantial sandwich is following is a good1 one: rounds and place a thin ;ese for the filling,. press and saute in a litt le but for. ter olive oil. In a hot frying lllPW 4-. „>-di brown' on i>o!Ii sides. Serve h a crisp salad; these are deli- '1H; -Carefully ex1 the bones from a hal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

' ■ .( Isaws 111 wsem "'•■ a.- s vSwZfttiwrwl ■ ' ■m « • -. - * e* mmm w& IK®m^mm w ■ !■«■ —1 fc HH ■ ■ 1 i 1 i ' HHH ;i •*•-• \, . >;'"'Vr-'K;' Mm || ■ " -J < y, gg ' 1 " • 181 * . ■ ■ill m ! v . ' W & For Coughs pro 11 Ml andColdS I LKU WH An Efficient Remedy 'Corapoundedof vegetable drugs in. a perfectly appointed laboratory by skWed chemists, after the prescription of a suc- cessful physician of wide ex- perience, and approved by the experience of tens of thous- ands in the last „ forty-five years. ' _ / Peruna's Success rests strictly on Its merit as a truly scientific treatment for all diseases of catarrhal symp*; toihs! It has come to be the recognized standby /of the American home because it has deserved to be, and it stands today as firm as the eternal hills in the confidence of an enormous number. - „ . What Helped Tlaera May Help You Get our free booklet, "Health and How to Have It," of yow drug- gist, or write direct torn Jhe PeruAa Company . Columbia*, Ohi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

Mmm mmm in in r> * ' i> eH§s| - ^-s:^V;SK i -- j£ ■ . r--r ■ | Sllsi! it1' ..' '' \ • . ' ' . •" ... $ ■ •... x- • ' •■■ . , 1 . •'■?•■' -.-;. ->w.. ,. ' ■■ ■': .7 -, ■ ; ■■At■ ■ ■ "Mvl® IMI W--M ■" ,.•■< . . V v . sHHRHS . " 1 1 f - ~ ^ ■ .-• ■ • THE C.ROSB YTON REVIEW =*= mtrnm :• i •• • M •2SS!B£ZB2S£*&* fill i§ .... - V ■ ■ ~ " " * > . ; - ■ •;■ - v " '■ . . ■■ ■ ■ ' ■ . ■ : : ; • . . .. • • - • SlII'C" m m '• §gl j Tojhe "People of TexasranS their LegMMirs Elect: IJiis is a paid advertisement intended to give reasons- why the present law of Texas relating to f&e fncofpo- ration of oil companies should b® amended so as. to allow Texas corporations like those of other states to pursue all, ©£ the'several branches "of this single business. • • ' ; , t Texas Company is engaged in purchasing, refining and marketing petroleum, and as a part of its bnsi- md operates; a system of pipe lines. It is incorporated under the laws *>f Texas and is handicapped se- he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

i ' ■: ' V r ^ . ; ■ ■ "; " - .. • .. . . ■ . ' :: m : " - . . ; *■■■;:■■ V . , - . • . - " ^ T H Eo G R O $ B Y T O N R E V I E W ■ f|^ *§* •'I* *$*, 4.|4* "M"'* M, •i' '0 w 'f ''MS ■ {%- . if# ■ . SEE PRICE BELOW: $1.01 Ladies' and Misses' $2.00. hats Ladies and Misses |4.00 hats, now ... All trimmed Millinery at a bargain v:;v• ... ■- -W ■1 s ■>m: • ml- 4.50 Ladies' $20 Coats reduced to ..13o50 Ladies' Coats $1$.00 reduced to... Ladies' $10 Goats reduced to : Ladies' $6.00 Coats - reduced..., Some discount on' Misses' coats -,t* .• '' Men's $15.00 Overcoats _..r jyien's $10.00 Over coats ...:.. . Men's $12.00 Corduroy suits Men's $8.00 Carduroy suits....... Men's all wool $1 .50 garments for Men's $1,25 union suits for _ - Men's shirts and drawers, 65c. for . Men's $7,50 Mackinaws for 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL 7.50 1 1. 58c Miss Pearl Strawn visited friends at Lubbock from Satur- day to Mbndiiy, 1 W. J. Strawn and family vis- ited Lorenzo Sunday, returning in the afternoon. Mrs. Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

' 1 b? * {-/ „| k ,,. . £^i A"''-'. ;.' ■" '*':1-'■ i^ * V? ^-, filHI ^V'A' <5}t^-/i' '",'--'•V^W^fiW^; -.^!?.1 *; t" r SS8fSl advises the-j?eople of, eatureof the sea has now -been introduced by ts .02' officials oi' the bureau of fisheries who have eaten tkem, they are very palatable. This V' it is known as the grayflsh or dogfish, mm mm M: but hotter known as the former, II- has been known for some time that the lilefish was good for food, hut it is only recently that the' gray- flsh has been introduced; and, despite Its specie, it has met with popular fa- vor wherever St has. been placed on the market.-. The government has Issued sev- eral pamphlets on this subject, giving Here' is what the bureau of fisheries til • of recipes for Us preparation. ,* \ .. ■' -■■■■ - ' ferrlng the campaign for marketing the gray- ick sufficiently large to 'supply the demand it will be created. While the quantity available this year will not be so e as'was originally arranged jfor,- owing to the...

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