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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

I mm II ■ Wm I 9 |l fetsBii fe ■' " 'SMkii ,*«. 1 llip 1 ^r-'r - ' m 9 '0& ■n Hi <&re? ridrte M ■ I h ■K&S| ... tmma . ■ft? ?'fl8 : II i'teSti \.w : y-x~ The Story of an Array Officer on an Indian Reservation • By ROBERT. AMES BENNETT. 3 \ v :3 A I .• • '■ ■ ■■1 ■' ' It > m u.. y •Jt was told In the first Installment of this story how Capt. Floyd Hattly, Us S. As; just back In the States from th© Philippines where he-- had put down a savage uprising of Moras,''arrives at Lakotah tndjaa resepvatlon 4n the Northwest. He finds a party pf angry Indians firing on three white persons who have sought shelter In the canyon. The whites jife old Jake Dupont, a trader, his beautiful daughter, Marie} and . a young Easterner named Vandervyn. They are ill-mannered toward Captain Hardy, but he risks his life and routs the Indians. He becomes friendly with the whites and learns that Vandervyn, nephew of a United States senator, had expected to get the agency appointment, following...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 January 1917

S'-K.fMH l ' (HI p • m ¥WSKfi msam. gg BH ¥ ptdkMv*' :' f■*- A- '. .'...., .., i... fc'- : - w I VIM W i MpMl 11 MiB arc* . « wmm ■ '.•■••-, :■ ':-\ Hunt/no Ssaso/v «P * gpspl« KHH -| Wen^h^itood.uiWy^ lump and nut coatr See us at vherbonnier's old stand. Phone Crews & Burke The gaming ' sa&og^is^ere and the-friHrter is making good use Of if. Illiiw 1 . I build a house JUST TO SUIT eas nearly so as. you can- ■ 'tlfl foil '".ill ■Own a HOME! 1 / 1 If J > "'Jl-JH 1 ' : ^p"- ; ... r" 15 S ; ' -e 'house you figure on building--! your Ytqm < meets. Big Shipments - " ' ' — ——rt.—'-* ■ _ ■ ,v, • • frig—and more en route to supply-the • ' ' .' 7 • .■ ■ • • ' ' ' • " ~ '. : Bi'g New Year Demand. - . ' . ' COME AND SEE ME The Lumberman '7.' ■ Terns.' You can't help bringing home plenty of game if y,ou have our a rd of guns and loaded shells. • r—** •' v 71 . ' '''■ ' ' . . . ' ^ . ,7", ". You will] always fled . : a* bete with the largest. Sine of first class Guns and "Sporting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 January 1917

p mst H iti Ifesl I 1 * • n I ■HKa^Ll^ mEfrygmM MR ssaa §&M9': ffivPSa m •rifrftm ■H':';v',Hi Texas A MeWsirtpar For. All The"People, Of ' ~T arr-TT— ';r.~:~rrz=r e G reat South Plain* €B®iiW0llp 6ROSBY; 60OMW,' TE3SASi FRIDAY, IANUARY 26,1911 11 il881 President Makes Peac^Speech V-'^vv: .,"v £ Ign Relations . Dealt Will In Talk to the Senate. I'*/"'* ''■ • '• "' -j ;" !" .■ r- " ?WaiSiirigton. Jan. 22.^:P?e £ dent Wilaon, in a piriontl ad- dress to the Senate today, laid down the question of whether the United States shall depart from the traditional policy of isolation and no entangling al- Mane?, \ and take part*in the world league to preserve peace No such history-making: event with such far-reaching possibili- ties to the United State probr had been seen in the 1 senate chamber. Shattering precedent of more . ■ ' .... . j, the President, reg i ; the senate, with its treaty-making power, as his consellor in foreign affairs, ex- plained why he believed the time i v i-2o y/o i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 January 1917

. , afc Ml Ssfel A^K-.:M;:AA:>'AvA^ "■ 'r i ;■ .^£S' 1 iri'MM ;< rSSSSS mmm B1 ' * •hhhJLIR 1 I 1 I 11 -A'i « £.?. J il i«lii I.' r Z0Wm 1 . §1 WMMB I * MI x i* ' *' / ¥ ..'_*& >. - JW- -L" Jl ■ ... anprcnarM _ •* s* : TI ^ Vk -*.M^ mm - ■■■■■ M ■■■ I — . ' '• •! i^/'v '</< *&'*■$ §si §& '' v Kuli - „, v,.v.i- ■xtr'T, —^ h"""* wV1?* u trees are all home-grown ...... A -....•: _ g m •;; ..: /,.., J... 5 >ui WSx il? .11 V V. US ■'"'' ..r- mjaa AA.A'V/; ^-vA'-.' ■ A ' riA ■■'.■.>■ '■ ■' 4 , A A," '0 -'ant SilMi" nursery are ' i w pi ilvo on all kind of fruit, and : ' " ' ■ " 1 - , .. ,rr HL&ttm—trees write to - the Im.l Hereford, Texas, or call at the Review office III ■ ■ 1 H: I Jraaara' . 'North Plains' and 'South Plains' countries of Northwest . Texas has been started and is expected to gp through to completions ith- moters assert that they have raised $3,500,0 a building of the railroad no delay on ac- count of financial difficulties are anticip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 January 1917

u I * '•! ... *v$#vkv->>! <*■ sBMeS^^igBSsm 1 • rf ITY TAILOR SH' >!? ■ ■ ' . ' ^ - _~ ■ I do first-class work in cleaning and pressing at the "M iili m Two-piece suits - ■ Skirts from 35c to - • Over-shirts - - Suits pressed-< - IIi 1 jut?ft -1«i?■ jft'uim . All work called for and delivered $Kc4 „ •;;; ' ... . • JOE AUfi^RT, Proprietor LOCAL AND PERSONAL J ■■ pgl ; ^ >.}■ M if 'M> ■ m w it . mm •' :ifM ■ m- * -it; ■w ,1 41 H - II V \-Mw ! IP IS: , ■MM -f HiI "Big" Travis was her® from Ralls Wednesday on business. Uncle Dave Benton was in town Tuesday greeting his old friends. We are selling House Lining, standard C grade at 5 l-2c by the bolt. Crosby ton Mercantile C. See us for shelled corn in an.v quantities;' also cake and other feed stuff, 'Crjjrs & Burke. Harvey Thompson was down from Cone Wednesday paying : taxes, . .. Mrs. W. "0. Laekwodd was here Tuesday from Ralls to pay taxes on h£r property. Clabe and Foster Pearson were here from, Lorenzo on bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 January 1917

t " - tpi \ sllSi Jt, ^ ! Si mm irS-'S-' mm mmm I I ■ I H M IBIS U- '-: .- IM III ■^?—-- _ . -v; -%>':/; ^to-in &#1; '! wfii the report made ofhunterswho STBAraD Ofc STOLEJ!—Oi " ' jay hors<?,4 years oKl II bobbed of?; no brand; no blem-" i he*„ left bind1 ioot white to Wednesday' porter joint; thin black raane arniag of last 5 jg£ d about sundown with a fine --4 of « rae. The party consist- ed of Cheney Smith, Gliyton Carter. K P,W«rS :iclc I)dD ;Tid Aynet. They «eknowledne com-- tesjes extended to them by Mesrs Byrd, Zinti and Giimore. bird with a yellow breast. H > I m g,., ^ , 11 • .■ , iy toetoi.to!toto:to to' ton to: ;iiu£ ' to; ■ V/Ito V.'i it: right ill. He had just rented a f^rdence here ' «uflH to move his family to thia place right away. Hope he may , find her better and able to return with him soon. <* 1 '1 f : State of Texas, I County of Crosby ( You are hereby commanded to summon W. M. Nabors by making publication of this ci- tation once in each week fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

-i1 I „ if. ' ' ■ ' ■ i •. T -V, • V ■ ■■ CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY Another Bis Building to Go Op ST ISN'T, mm TOWN-ITS YOU -| wm Germany and U. S. May Go to All a if Hopes of Peace Seem Have Entirely Vanished. to m Washington, D. C., Jan. 31,— Germany has declared mnrestrict - •ed submarine warfare : ' A starvation blockade _ of England, the like of which the world never has sees, was an- nounced to/the world today in notes delivered to American Am- bassador iGerard m Berlin and to the state department kere by CjWwt "von Bernstorff. Tnus begins <fches long-feared .campaign of ruthless redress conceived by v@n Hindenburg, i t is said tiere -on a magnitude ne^r eTOn contemplated 'by von -Tirpitz. - .. v- — Agate the United Spates faces severance of diplomatic"relations with Germany, with all its ■eventual |passi bi 1 i ties. ^President Wilson's repeated warnings of ""a-w©rld-alre'.' and Secretary Lansing's" Verge of war" state- ment a*'e feeing, recalled in the <c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

mrnm fgglHPSSPH .;;>r'. uit\ I ; ..... mskSH ^ Www)#" that WW wrnoh Comp BKo. orn statements and or those who have used Ineys requite attention, . ,..jh first to test this send ten cents to Dr. nghamton, N. Y., for a iting be sure and m sro^l^^liPlllliPPii jh all Is not gold that gilt- I j>eople are satisfied with / . J. ' SLOSSY HAIR SEE FROM DANDRUFF ^ > T , . .■■III.. .11 II ■!■■ II I rltl Hair gets soft, fluffy and fui~Get a 25 cent bottle of Danderine. — . It you care for heavy , hair that glls- faiR with beauty and is radiant with softness and /Jf' < . ( - ',,. •" * * v, • :armer should study conditions causing poor drainage on his land andfind remedy for it—then he should plan drainage system to overcome the trouble &r- MP1 • -— wwm wmmm and lustrous, - try Danderine. me I; application doubles the >auty of your hair, besides it imme- ! tely dissolves every particle of Can not have nice w heavy, healthy hair if you have dandruff. This destructive scurf robs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

■Mm *#4.1 li back of the cloth, inside the garmeht-r it's a satisfaction guarantee — the mark of the genuine . *■- mark inside the garment on the back of-tbe-eloth. Siandard^for over 75years that liasneverteen successfully Imitated. Remember, it's the cloth in the overalls that fives the ioetir. and S'l IFEIj'8 X2STDXGO luio prtjcen all'records as the king-wear cloth. Sweaty-toil and the rub of the tub can't dim lt'e beautiful fast color. Look for this (BSSBffiBSHfiSBl Cloth Manufac- tured "by,' fitOISTERED. .. .. JJo Lo STTQFEL &&oNS ; Indigo Dyers and Printers WhosSSnUiWiVQi. N1SW YORK 280-262 CliuTch SS pnir.A iUiii.PH) \ 824 Market St. " W8TON : • • SI Bedford St. CHICAGO 223 W. Jackson Blvd. „ SAN FKANC1SCO..."...Postal Telegraph Bide. ST. JOSIBPH, MO Button Bank Bldg. BALTIMOUIJ. ... Coca-Cola Bldg. ST. LOUIS 928-Victoria Bldg. ST PAUL 238 Hndicott Bldg. TORONTO 14 Manchester Bldg. WINNIPEG .401) -Hammond Bldg. JIONTRISAL Room 600,4S8 St.. Paul St jiw Texas Directory ■...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

-V-\' •%"V ■\S?'IV;"i ™ I «•-* m mmm K3S® • i m MM Hi mm. mm§ mm if 3i!iw: is the time -to p AW THE 2 's A}vs fiX'\ '7-"ts'w '-v. •m T '• ' V-M' " • -■> * ■ ; > ; „-,_7xj J V r'1';. '-'' ' 1 :':'1'"'^ 1 . -i; 1 : :i:ll! and are climated to the plains . . : *" ". '■}%' ■:"/' ■ : : ' , ...... ■• | ' .'• _ ■ ntry. ' ' . I'mees , ktom fctais mirmy aire wfcat you want. ' 7 r7tf ^ J 1 * For prices oft afl kind of fruit and Ornamental trees write to the • J. M. Ford,.-who has' been do- ing carpenter work here for some "time and whose family is at Clo- vis, N. M., received a telegram from his wife Saturday evening1 stating their little five year old son had been hurt, by an auto. Mr; Ford left immediately by auto for Lubbock where he took the train for homeJj^bnliis ar- rival at Ciovis he wrote W. J. Strawn that4 his liitle ^on was not seriously hurt he thought, but a latei* letter received by Mr. Stirown" stated that the little son had died. Our tender est sym- pathy is extended the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

' ' . . ' V. • " ' :Si;K . ' . , '' " :■£ ■ •". • . ;•;; - .,' . /: . - ■ . .. - - -' ■ • ' ■ - ... vR . ■ - -v-.-.--- .... / . i> ■ ■' • i < ' •' : M THE C R O 5 BYTON R E V IE W mm *~rr :.f.vv mi wm. hr mi W, H. English and son from the brakes • were noted on pur streets Tuesday. ' : . > \ Mm i See us for shelled corn in any quantities; also cake and other ced stuff. Crews & Burke Mc" Postmaster K. JU Mathews of Mount Blanco was transacting business in our city Saturday, IT. A. Smith and Clay JDunlap 'were here from Lorenzo on bus- ; ■ iness Tuesday. ■ We are selling House Lining, standard C grade at 5 l-2c by the . bolt. Crosbyton Mercantile C. .. . J. P. and E, M. English, prom inent stock men of Cone, were wheat - straw. 500 bales of good B. F. Piummer R. L. Travis and Will Richards of Ralls were transacting bus- iness in our city Monday.^ M. A. Macham residing ten male's northwest was in town? Monday paying taxes and looking afterDther business matters. FOR SALE- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

fS 111 \f- v' • HRHHl <^*r' m§m *"■■+*.'4 at'/ ' -r -1. „ „!>-* r • >J, * ! ^ ■ ■■-•'■: —. pf^- ii :■■: • •' ' >•; M ■ .L'Mv-^ViSS: I'r-'Wv! gsH"' /! Ill H ■a 't CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN BERLIN SSP > SI 1 ra itlllli ;•« wf *V ££ i re Is ti view of Berlin In the holiday season during wartime, mas gifiSs and business seems lively. CANOE MADE OF AMERICAN OIL CANS ■■ Bfi K 1; The booths along the streets are filled with OLDEST AND YOUNGEST i IBBii "'•.PIP'I iphSc repi-esenta ■F wmxxiimwP'* ■' v-^■■> ■ «,«rv .i.^.wuu.uiW of what necessity will accomplish. The soldier lad to cross Lake Dolron to fulfill his orders. Lake Doiran is too wide to * i acrossi and there was no material present that looked as If it could be ee that would take him across the lake. 1-Ie took a m ■"«*" — - E rnmmmmm oral empty American oil cans and built this canoe. •"• .!. ' ' ' ' mmw -■mm ... THE GREAT wAr Lloyd Cornell, aged sixteen, and James McCarthy, aged sixty-one, of .the United States navy;-w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

;v. U . • "' ; .. W^?"T|' ••■■ '' -.. ' :-' i ■V.*' V An Indian Reservation Tate by ROBERT AMES BENNET t3jmmDDmmmnTnrTTTTf •••«•••••©•••«a©so® ©OOOOO©OQ@©©©©O©O©©©OO©^®©O©©©©©©0©©©0©©0O©©©OO©O©O©©QOOO0©O ■The three preceding installments described the rescue of a quarterbreedf girl and two men from an Indian attack at the edge of Lakotah. Indian reservation by Capi. Floyd Hard^-'Ul S A., the new Indian agent. The rescued ones are Reginald Vjandervyn, nephew of United States Senator Clemmer and agency clerk, Jacques Dtipont, post trader, fend his-daughter, SVJarl©. Vandervyn tells Hardy of disaffection among the Indians, of the murder IMogen, the last agent, and of his having been promised the agency. Hardy calls, a council of head tribesmen. Redbear, the halfbreed interpreter, brings his pretty sister, Oinna, to the valley. The new agent learns that the Indians have, been cheated and has reason to suspect Dupont and Vandervyn of crookedness. H© plans to square matters with the tribe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 February 1917

< % 'ff 11 aiis s§i jn.. j mm. 11 ?re,by commander to summon W'. ivi, Nabors by making' publication of pi- i',"1" > K"'' *§?' ■ 'BVIEW "" ■fcWii^i in, the market lor your James Edwards is erecting •••Uy '' . -"- 1 neat little cottage,, on his lots nestr the Murphy lumber ys tatiOM once in each week Tor four suecestii ve weeks previous weather for this season of i ;year, an norther camo up Wed- nesday and by night, this section bf country was witnessing trie of the coldest spells of the season. Next morning the thermometer registered eight above, which is about as cold as it has been r. , .v - , , iany time this winter. All day '•4U ^e .thereof, Mid court to 6{&a C0M and around be held m Crosby ton, Texas,, on ther12th day of February, 1917, then and there to answer a suit considerably-warmer today and filed m said Court on . November to the reltjirn 1 dayt thereof in some' newspaper published in your courttv, to appear at the next regular term of the Jus- tieejCuurii of Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

i ' vA 1 '* ' . .. ' • , 'V*wiv I ■ S I . : H . • ffl «®k mPSHB i -v . ■ • " ' ^ « 1 *' ^ ,K '' : A New spa pe r For All The P e o p I e Of Th e 6 r e a t South PI arf n s Of T ex a s ■ mm-'- ffx~7 VOLS. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1917 =?Ssf 's "Suffrage Suffers Defeat. ::bk& Texas legislature Turns Measure Down by Vote of 76 to" 56. > II I: II'- "Austin, Feb, 6—Woman suf- trag^was defeated in the Honse ' this evening by a vote of 76 to 56; While the resolution was pass ; ed to engrossment it lacked nine- teen votes for adoption. It is not likely the resolution will ever be carried as far as the present ses- sion of the legislature is con- cerned. Two years ago the WoJ man suffrage resolution received 85 votes, this year again it re- ceived nine votes le$s. • The speech-making consumed practically the entire/day in the house, not less than one dozen speeches being made tor and against the measure. Representative Cope, the pro leader on the floor of- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

Have You Rheumatism, Kidney*- Over or Bladder Tirotible? "TH-K CRbaBYTON KJ5VTRW 00 m GET OP WITH * i 0 />MrOSM/RAM£l£Er COPYMOHT BTVISTEHN H?WSPAMR UNION K|| % m, mpm™ ■ " V,- Biiiiiii ■ is an article about Farm and City Get~ igetker Festi*)af at famesto&m, JSf* y.9fcgthere some enterprising dream- ers turned their talents to practical purposes : : 7KZ &r-W<S&2%% 2WQLVT i^'V:" " mmm* 1B#ISI JHL ISllI i N TOO many cases country peo- people and town and city people misunderstand one another, and both lose. As, a consequence urban dwelters buy Oregon ag- ;ples and California grapes, and rural folk buy their furniture, farm machinery . and supplies from Chicago mail-order houses. Here and there, however, some of the more far-sighted men and women of both groups are mak- ing determined efforts to sup- ant distrust and contempt With fellowship and Operation. And it woi ks—Latest,pud..jentle- "n. it worka beautifully! ?he enterprising citizens of Jamestown, N. Y„ the far...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

f ■ ' ' ■- 1 : " * f ■ ' —— ' ; . - = .. • - ■: " ■ ; THE crosbyton REVIEW .. ... i.,—:• --•••• ■ •• Suffered Several «w' . ■ • ■■ ' • __ — V MADE ME WELLrm Standby Mrs. Elizabeth Ueuther, 1002 11th fit., N, W.f ' Washington, D. C., writes: "I am pleased to endorse Peruna as a splendid, medicine for catarrh and stomach trouble, from which Isuffefed for several years. I g took It for several months, and at the end 'of that time found my health was restored arid have fe!t splendidly . Over since. I now take It when I con- tract a cold, and tt soon rids the sys- tem of any catarrhal tendencies," for a Those who object to liquid wedl- cines can now procure Peruna lets. w*. £ ; Military Hats. Australia, where rabbits were not long ago so numerous as to be con- sidered ,a national nuisance, is now requisitioning that country's supply of rabbit skins for use in making mili- tary hats. 14 YEARS suffering i This Lady Trie|f, Cardui. Let Her ■ Tell Yflu in jlhe Following Statement The Results...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

* -J- mmMmwm wmm J ™ tn niant an orchard vmm. m&zsi ■■s®11— are all home-grown and are climated to the plains ... - ■ - ... ^ Trees from this nursery are Ii;"what you want. ... . For prices on all kind of fruit and ornamental trees write to the ■pteford Nursery IIS^-— Hereford, Texas, or calS at the Review office. : WS8wWi gigs time and whose family is at Clo- issftfitufss stating their little five year old son had been hurt by an^auto. Mr. Ford left immediately- by auto for Lubbock where he took the. train for home. Upon his ar- rival at 'Cloyis he wrote , W. J. Strawn that his liitle son was not seriously hurt he thought, but a later letter received by Mr. Strewn seated that the little son had died. Our tenderest sym- pathy is extended the bereaved parents. — Archie Shirley was in town Wednesday and carried oufc .a load of lumber for a* wind mill he is erecting on his place near Mount Blaneo. Mrs. H. A. Goodrich was„§h.og* ping in the city Tuesday and re- ported Mr. Goodrich a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

- :M m W Sim I A " \ S. B. * Smith was here from Spur on business yesterday. FOR SALE—Seed oats. C B Live Stock Co. - Mrs. Ed ©avis is confined to her bed with measles, but is not very ill we are glad to learn. Fence" Posts-Fence Post— MURPHY. Bob Whaley is trying a case of measles we hear, but hope he may be himself again soon, Fence Posts, Gate Posts, Cor- ral Posts—MURPHY. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Lackey motored to Floydada Monday, . FOB" SALE OR LEASE—Good section of land on East Plaino Sef or write Review Realty Co.. . Miss Lois Manry and Mrs. B. W. Mitchell visited Rallia^ Wed- nesday afternoon. FOR SALE — Thoroughbred DurocJersey piga-vX^JLji Re- mew office. Rev. Wm. S. Boyd of Ralls , was a visitor to Crosbyton Sat- urday last. FOR SALE —My residence and ' lots in the Ellison addition. See me for particulars. A. YV. Riley 'Tom Resell was registered at .the City Hotel Monday from Matador. 50 lb. blocks Mabe-Karr Co, of stock salt at .. -V maae If -it's. HAS IT, - ..„We have red, ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 February 1917

"S'V iaiaiii < ifoV- * V.f ■ ' ' § • i { t if 3}1V'1J " WrfipHN '' - ^ iirTi5' *• (■ ■■ -;-r* - ' ■■'. , * ' $ ., :;v3rv. i.UV. ::A'. ■..: vn^lBl ,f' ■'. . ; ' ~ ' ^ '■' r—"^.,. ' •"* N REVIEW . -•■■' - - • -- •' ■ "Vi.- --, " ' ■ .'V® THE;CEO^B|TON iT^rrre !§Pj$iS IpiSgHI tifMlsiia whm ih& _ ,^ «^r triiar:^43®«?ers. i if jiia dtfftntkww It, tries nlosdfcw I %'r . mmm 1 1 18 ■ P i. Jii V: ALWAYS USB STEARNS' ELEOTXIt PISTE S. Government Buys It .-i; -X . t. ;oal, ' u (,-« cifL , road now under construction from Sew- aul to Fairbanks, ' Though the coal of this field is lignite and hence of low 3 grade, yet it has great value as a soured, of fuel and power for Fairbanks land other Yukon placer camps. The .{field Is about sixty miles south of Fair- banks. It is estimated by the United ^litales "geological "survey," department the interior,; that the Nenana field ™^Sitains some ten billion tons of lig- te.. The Nenana coal field lies in it is known as the Bonnifield re- whleh als...

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