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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

" ■■ ■ ■ m f, • I" # N ' t-/ '.' I ' - L ■ . |ft , • -V . \ .sr ■ ivirasfc. It 1 *fev I ^ ' 1 1 ■r,i,.. Hlfe •* 1 1 . -J; >~ ' ~-v—- ii Ir*- jpfl I ■ mm 11 1 fm /.v> t I - | . mm ■, * Wf'' W # r ' *-- 4.Vi. -.. BET jfcfl I ' I VOL. 2. A Newspaper For The Whole Peoplt Of Tht South Plaint Of Text. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1910. Great Authors and Books as Educators By J. W. BURTON (♦A continuance of the Story of Romola) One morning while crossing the square Tito met a monk newly arrived fn,m Sicily, who handed to him a message from Baldas- sane saying that he was held a slave and that the gems alone would ransom him. Tito's ter- ror was increased bv the discov- ery that the monk wasRomoia's brother. But this brother was sick unto death and Tito's only hope was that fhe brother did not know the contents of the message, or that if he did death would carry him off before he could make disclosure to Romola. Tito slept little that night, his death fell on ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

:ss ■MU "i :• V"^ Mfti :. r: «3 V":? -'**" ►v- • - ./*..., - t H-.W -•■"■ T— <V •• -^5i3& • v '":.N.,-- lf " . v::', . J ■ :-: , ' - :^rr7"- • . ' ' ~ y-"-0> mk t'tw®?-'- >• "w JLJ /X B # jfiEk. The Place To Get a Good Bed and Plenty to Eat, and It Served In the BEST STYLE MRS. J. S. W. OWEN, Prop., Floydada, Xexs i. m UK SW's Hf .. monti mv - trip over Lumber ! Lumber ! Lvmbcr ! we have a complete line of building material and )lieve we can save you money. Come to us for thing in Lumber and yon wilt be well pleased Lumber Floydada, Texas. im ■am mi ppl r I BviSSlJ feSfc m ■ ill®: Spur Gram 8 Coal Company Grain, Hay, Coal Dealers In and Cotton Seed Products. . H $$ SPUR, TEXAS -< i . J Sjjg #5 > m mkm I Eft; J I ■ ■ V v.- StfJ 1 Km ■ f . Eft? w& 5j®a Is#''1 m efc SPUR SHEET METAL WORKS Tinners and evevythins in metal . Tanks, we build any size you want on short notice. Well casing a specialty. . All work guaranteed. SPUR, - TEXAS Tanks-We Build Them Any size y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

y/(-> ' ■ :-j •:/■■■• 0MS9SSM a- .. ;y?'/ijtVvI• ' ' ' 'jt j$5il —.—,—^—1— ■-"**.'■.■ . ' ' . . a;.■ '. . ■■; ■ •;■•;,.•■ -vy ••-' :.m \vVi$£U '■CiT.... ..J .Jr. j- soas k/^S E S We han^b ^ fufriine of all wool clothing for men, prices All of our wool bolt goods are going at a bargain—see them. ' •••: A... \ ' SE. . .■■■. ■ ''v '■ f •'•.I j ■ t >1 - T Jfr k i i v r # ¥ i A 1 J* :ft (¥?: ? i **«(.('*.. • ; • * p' '• i'.. ■ v.-'*,■■ ■'!•'■ • :.-nt V-: f fe.> • '' \ &'V o "I ^at ii from $5\00 to$20.00, also full line of Overcoats._ We are selling out our ladies coat-suits at -way below cost, also ladies and cjhildrens cloaks. Our stock of shoes is complete and can save you BIG money when you want to buy shoes. Our line of underwear is COMPLETE. A full stock of blankets from $1.Q0 to $5.00, good values. Our stock of hose is unlimited, a big supply coming all the time. A full line of ladies skirts from $1.00 to $7.50, splendid values. Mens hats, shirts, gloves, pant, overall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

pse — -•• ■- ' ■ - , ' ~~■ ■ P« 3I&95MH W~'tr, HPlHWSt H&'A v'r, SwliSvv aft'' The Crosbyton by The White Printing Company Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE * SON, Prope. Crosbyton, Teww UFEV . ¥f. I*« itor ion lgle .00 per Year "Entered as second-class matter Jan- uary 14, 1909. at the post office at " yton, Texas, under the Act of every week. Now laugh. We would like to print 500 pa pers, or like it still better to print 5,000 papers each week and dis- tribute in the east. But where is the expenses coming in? If evdry big land owner would send away 60 subs to the east for each section of land owned it-would be a fine scheme. The publisher can't do it all. Paper and print ers cost money and lots of it. Advertising Rates display ad. $12. SO per week. " " 7.00 per Week, i-half page 20c per inch ion. Locals and"readers 10c each insertion. advertising on first page, is not specified all advertis- will be run until ordered charged, for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I erroneous r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

Ay v: jallliHHHHH^''4■ vg.MSMgffl ■WSH -—- ■■.- -JL1 ^wSwc 4i l * Furniture Store • Wright & Perdu^, • • Lubbock, Texas f W ' ■ .•••'.• ' •< % .:•• r/<p Our stock of high-class furniture is new and fresh and we are receiving new goods every few days. We do busi- ness about one block west of the square on Broadway. Watch for our sign—You will be surprised that you are able to buy this class of goods at the price. All we ask is to come and see.# Good strong double cain seat chairs 66cts each. Cobbler seat diner's $1.25 each, Rockers $2.00 to $15.00 each, Matting, Art Squares, Linoleumr-ShadeSr iron-Beds, Leggett & Piatt Springs, and many other good things in our big stock of Hardware and Furniture. We expect right soon to add a line of windmills and pipe and when- we do you will make another saving on these items. We hope to meet many of the readers of this paper in our store. Whight & Perdue LUBBOCK, TEXAS r' '! h| % 4 ! i ,;i8 • r ANNOUNCEMENTS (democratic) Under t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

V'w- *,':7 ' ' ' ! ■ - V. v^Jw' "* > 3wMs$ 1 -% v V A.* 'j}V*SVI1?! >'•• JBHF3 '% ~t' • 4 ' ' • ~. •: -• " " V; , ■ >' r~—*r-~—~—; ■ EBusiness Joiners. 3~or Sale &, *>' "/V'«! ''||'|)| «1«~iii -«■ I Jt?l< H «•■ «"' ""f^?""""^' ^'" — "I' I w. I " 1 —— m ■ ■• nil ■mill in in ii^i i n > q.HM i Everything under this head lOe per line each insertion. They m Seed oats at 60c per biishel, Pare Red Rust Proof guaranteed free from Johnson Grass. H.O. Pearson, Emma, Texas. - % H-', -■a:i Go to the Sour Meat Market PI -■ :•''■• to sell your fat hogs. They pay $6.75 per 100 lbs. Spur Texas. 2t .' •; "'. ..... - - ■ Horseshoeing, wagon and bug- gy work and disc sharpening is JlgKIrt1 specialty. Crosbyton Ma- ¥8v % chihe & Blacksmith Shop, Cros- ^^:byton, Texas. " • ■" Safe a ■ ■ • . ===== mnmmmm ' ' %;••• j V Take your butcher hogs to Spur Texas. - Tom Davis will p iy $6.75 a gross one hundred poundB for them at the Spur Meat Mar- ket. 2t Don't forget that your plow nee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

r ,.. '"' ;;-" 4' ' ',. s:'v ■!> •'• :f „\'N •' • i "J.i;-'-, . '■■ r$fT V . t" f ■ " V, ' ' % \>;; i... wX & ■' -■ ' v. ... , ■ .■&;■'■■ ■ •:.•'■•.■ r/;*\ .' • ;.v: • -V.'. vrw ;■■ - mm - —' ^tV i Ai.- R1HH W:3rwm mill 'I : J. M. BASSETT, Pretldent R. M BASSETT, Vice-President W. D, PETZEL. Cashier •• >/ -}'' v • • j #*<* - fir?' H* O Local and Personal J. W. Bradford, of the firm of Soward & Bradford, of Peters- burg, was in Crosby ton Saturday. S. M; Walker of the Fairview community wjys in the city Satur- day and says that everything in his neighborhood is looking fine; Valmer Williams and Willie D. Hires have accepted positions at the Review office. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce of Lub- bock were honored quests at the home of Mr. and JMrs. N. H. White, Monday night. . ' Frank Edwards handed us $2 this week and told us to keep the Review going to Josenh Aus- mus and B. Edwards, at Speed- ville, Tenn. Who's next? Ewing Lawson, handed us a wheel this week to move his ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

£f -I Urn, 'py<'- • *$feM ■ «i WM . ■ W' ;-\. ■■' •■'•;..■/? v.: .-• w.;•■■"■'*'^B| '■ ■' ' . - , ■■ .../..r^ : ■ " ' V ■ " ' '. ' / ' . ■. ' '• . . ' i . - - ■->. - ; ■ V\'"" ViMfc. ,, £...« >r~ «WPfcfe! 7, • .^Y ,,,. ife* 7 Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. i wr w 'J s • -VJ ► '* 3 ft ■ Y * ■ BE - A Wmi Tm 'Jvit*: ■Hrfl ■; T p>: Bp&sf 7'J VV J ■iflfl KM s |h: pr'A Have you broken all the ground you are wanting to this year? or has your old plow about se©n its best days and you think you can't afford to buy a new one and I finish up the work you want to do? Now let us tell you we have plows of all kinds, walking and riding; single and gang; mould board and disc and can sell them to you at prices that you can not afford to work your old plow or be without a new one for a single day. We have all parts and attachments for plows and farm implements and want to sell you all the improvements possible and help you make as much out of your work ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

HMtoI li'ii' VTO'rfteii1iiAwrim • ,«■ ■ , O . .. ; . / . y. A , ' , , 1 ' ' ' • I , ' i , * ■ ' „'■■■•'■ .<. ■ '"f-, • H-, W* '"x :V~ ' 'i-f'- MS St*?'-7—"-' r V '■ > :■■ Is the place to buy your builders hardware, wire corrlgated roofing, victor cultivator, tin ware, queen's-ware, Success Sulkey Plows and Bain Wagons. We have a large stock and can please you in quality and price.- Call and get our prices and inspect our stock. Tin Shop and first-class tinner in connection. ■ . Spur, y Texas .. \_ VA ? - Local and Personal Mr. and Mrs. W. T Williams spent Monday visiting friends in Crosbyton. Our Town was crowed with £)rummers this week having six in one day. G. P. Kiester from Spur was transacting Buisness in Crosby- ton the first of the week. Rev. P.C. Irwin will preach here next Sunday at 11. a. m. and 7: 80 d. m. Mr. K. J. Maithews was in the City Tuesday and handed us the necessars amount to intitle him to read the Review another year. Crosbyton offers a $100,000 bonus fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 February 1910

" ■" —. * «Ss m,&^. '- -1'J!" •" WZQfJjj -' . ' -: r -:' ;. ; y'! '''i: w :. ''r'/; | Sm- > s - as ■ a EfflSS ■■•W " ' '1,1 ' * . d : • v '• ,' . *,,. ■ KiMai Ipf twsl fc|M| ;.n • r"1 ' ■/-^'■^"■"'"'••-H - i — ^■'frpTSgg v< ^jyipl . i;!i>«".''«Bji' ■■ Is Almost Complete. It is the first brick building ever built In Spur. We will soon be housed within its walls and w |e we invite you to our old stand in the warehouse while we are there, we more especially invite you to our ne>v home, which will be furnished with modern fixtures. ^ ^ ■ - V-" Better Can Be Found In Texas j fa;:-' It will be a big modem general merchandise store, where all of your reasonable needs and comforts for living may be satisfied, with the goods we will have for sale. While this store will Tiave all the fixtures and^accessories of modern times, yet it will have all the comforts^and freedom of trading that the old-fashioned country stores have, that so many of you h$ve known. You will find there w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

L, fito.....ffidEa&t-Iill 2L* warn i . .. ■ ' ., .."Li. . irt, mmm j r '''' -: •'^' iJ,iV^Wa ■HttflElilil 1 mm A Newspaper For The Whole People Of The South Plains Of Texas. VOL. 2. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, ISTtO. Great Authors: and Books as Educators By J . W . BURTON (Article No. 2, 1 *"Les llliserables" is perhaps vthe greatest novel ever written. No one but Victor Hutro could ever have conceived such a plot and evolved from it such a story. This book is more characteristic ■ of that great author than any he wrote. Victor Hugo in his writ- ings is tremendous. His imag- ination was boundless and aud- acious, and his powers of descrip- tion hardly equaled by any writer ancient or modern. The Battle of Waterloo, as described by him in this book, has been copied literally into the histories and and takes the foremost place in th4 descriptions of that great struggle, which, if it had been won by Napoleon would have probably changed the map of the who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

.. ■ y . . - . .. ,Vj . « <4iIf0t * V«r « w . •- ■ ' ' mmim i * r- - j,; ' W|'?K '* i' Wfl®. -'*"1 ■" 'V4^!"*V^^:-*'"■■■ ''';,'"v''. :$£/; ,v ':vSr' ^r -■' ■:*■* ■'- -,- , ** 44m*1 ' ','''.*■ ,i ' i ' -1^." •-■■■ " :. ' ' * . tV m - ' _ ■ ** ;• ;r Ml ■HRMg WjK - v : BhM' .":' n'? I 'V.", /■ f'.i':->v,-y;!,,,-.V^^'" lOOl E .... ,, SC . ,v ' ,," '1... . (-iv' j&fr ■. V V- TT^TT* ; ^ ■ x^- V' -* - > •A- ' * * ■ " v ' ■ '■ a We handle a full line of all wool clothing for men,' prices All of our wool bolt goods are going at a bargain—see them, from $5.00 to $20.00, also full line of Overcoats. We are Our stock of hose is unlimited, a big supply coming all the selling out our ladies coat-suits at way below cost, also time. A full line of ladies skirls from $1.00 to $7.50, splendid ladies and childrens cloaks. Our stock of shoes is complete values. Mens hats, shirts, gloves, pant, overalls, notions, and can save you BIG money when you want to buy shoes. A complete stock of eve...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

m ;? l-S:; '.~§ 4 s .1- t O > -Ji « «■ AWIW* ""'--'' Mkr?*9*> #<•**■*' * -*0* hnmmmm • ■ •••** •• '¥r>" * ■*>.«■+*)+* fy.4% -4" / *1 ***.->" Ftirhiture Store .*. * . , . \ . ' ■ t- . > >•-**' Our stock of high-class furniture is new an-d fresh and we are receiving new goods every iew days.. We do busi- ness about one block west of the square on Broadway. Watch for our sign—You will be Surprised that you are able to buy this cla^s of goods at'the price. All we ask is to cophe and see. Good strong double cain seat chairs 66cts each, Cobbler seat diner's $1.25 each, Rockers $2.00 to < . \ .' ■ $15.00 each, Matting, Art Squares, Linoleum, Shades, Iron Beds, Leggett & Piatt Springs, and many other good things in our big stock of Hardware &nd Furniture. _ We expect fight soon to add a line of windmills and pipe and when w$ do you will make another saving on these items. We hope to meet many of the readers ot this paper in our store. We handle Blacksmith ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

Jllil m i a |g| i £rJ? ■ i-tr \ "• " f 'V"1' Dealer inevery thing for the household, farm, ranch a Ad trail. Have you broken all the ground you are wanting to this year? or has your, old plow about seen its best days and you think you can't afford to buy a new one and finish up the work you want to dp? Now let us pal you we have ployvs of all kinds, walking and riding; single and gattg; mould board and disc and can sell them to you at prices that you can not afford to Work your Old plow or be without a new one for a single day. We have all parts and attachments for plows and farm implements and want to sell you all the improvement^ possible and help you make as much out of your work as can be gotten. / J. Spring Is On Its Way And Summer Soon BVHere And Now Is The Time To I Get Tile Well Man on your placeand get that well drilled thfit you have been wanting, rwe want to sell you a Star Leader MfHr We know they aie the best Mills made and can prove it to you. Ask your neighbor who has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

. '•■••• -—••">■ " - .. ' —*" J-~ --rXti- * ^9 I . % > *il! - t ;t i ys t *%* #1, *¥ I ! jr <|> <& <|> <& <§> T T <|> y v v <& <& <A> Review Premium Offer You will note from the character of our premiums that they are of the very best, and it has been arranged so we are able to purchase these premiums at less than the manufacturers cost which enables us to give you such a great opportunity. It" has been the desire of the management of the Review to make it absdlutely the best newspaper on the plains^ Our^list. has con- tinually grown from the first issue and our hopes have been realities. Now we will say that we want 2000 more circulation and have decided to get them this year, but with these splendid offers we should have them on our list inside 90 days. The Famous Peter Schuttler Known the world over for its high-class work- manship and superior material, is our leading premium. This wagon sells for $95.00 and is well...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

Published, every Thursday by The Whitt* Printing Company • Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE 4k SON, Props. Crosbyton, Texas ■ ' ■ Subscription $1.00 ■ mm F. E. ■.-n5.tr. WHITE, Editor ription $1.00 per Single Copy 5c. Year t't: ■ IP ;v./.• as second-class matter Jan- 14, 1909, at the post office at jton, Texas, under the Act of m: March 3, 1879.'' . ^ .;v; .;.'r - ' . .. '"Mr. "f. 3?-' Ifl#! is I Advertising Rates Full page display ad. $12.60 per week. Half page ' " 7.00 per week. Less than one-half page 20c per inch each insertion. Locals and readers 10c per line each insertion. No display advertising on first page. When time is not specified all advertis- ing matter will be run until ordered out and charged for accordingly. B$P IN SSl& U'.-v j , 8 fesv NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Keview will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

■:fL. V /* T! % j,. * h* i; i IB m mM|| - , Bob Taylor To The Girls i ■ I drop these little hints in order to warn our girls who have not yet embarked in the lieart.busi- ness to first know the truth before they admit the SDirfCfor it is a sad spectacle to see a woman's heart become a pigskin or a mule stall or the plaything of an idiot There is only one I sadder scene in this world and that is where a noble young man ■' with splendid possibilities wakes up and finds himself the hus- band of a silly girl without any heart at all, and has his pinions clipped by a sloven or scolding : wife. There is a great deal of talk about the "new" woman in these latter days. The "old" woman is good enough for me but it matters not whether she is old or new,if . the little purple planet in her bosom is all right and its gates are well guarded. If a woman has thoughts, let them fly; there is room enough in the intellectual air for every wing. If she can write, let her have the ink bottle; give her ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

1OTT7 Mi 4 *.•*> • • • V '. • J> ■ • : . "v'..., «. ' ■ isfe" "?*%/ ■ -:;V'..; S ;,:«V :*v--<•'- Review ■ "*' 111 Published every Thursday by e While Printing Company Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE * SON, Props. . - Cosbyton, T«bmll™., i && ■* *:■■•• F. E. WHITE, Editor sssI^IhL ■ ^.. > • j« Subscription $1.00 per Year Sit —— ingle Copy 5c. muMBhcat ««!■ 1 ™ "Entered as second-class matter Jan 14, 1909, at the post office Texas, — M under the Act • Advertising Rates i: Pull page display ad. $12.60 per week. t. "'f/: Half page " 7.00 per week. Less than one-half page 20c per inch % each insertion. Locals and readers 10c || jjg per line each insertion. , No display advertising on first page. When time is not specified all advertis- ing matter will be run until ordered V out and charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any errsneous reflection upon the character, standing Or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Kev...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

5#',; f. * 0 H* $ < ji > Bob Taylor To The Girls I drop these little hints in order to warn our girls who have not ^yet, embarked in the heart busi- ness to first know the truth before they admit the spirit, for "It is a sad spectacle to see a woman's heart become a pigskin xjt a mule stall or the plaything of an idipt. There is only one -sadder scene in this world and that is where a noble young man with splendid possibilities wakes up and finds himself the hus- band of a sflly girl without any heart at all, and has his pinions clipped by a sloven or scolding wife. There is a great deal of talk about the "new" woman in these latter day?. The "old" woman is good enough for me but it matters not whether she is old or new,if the little purple planet in her bosom is all right and its gates are well guarded. If a woman has thoughts, let them fly; there is room enough in the intellectual air for every, wing. If she can write, let her have the ink bottle; give her a pen and fools ca...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

I iHPpiip •.■:r<Y: Hu:fotp'A ■r<8V ft ?ili '<- •—■ : :> '.' ' '." :' ' * 1!**>--'""' ~-rr ~ ; - ;■:■ ,,.- ;" **~" " , ;, 1 y" ' -J ' -.ri\," ' "' miim , HllSllSlSlillll^^ .:: "V ■ "fei:;^ 'cvs,: )H':€'- Y t&. |. ' ■■.. / ,~T. -; i$i®l iSMfe* " Is '■•src ft,; . wwW<W^ '. • ' " —! ■ .A>1 . V-''11 ■ ' ' 1 ' < . Is the place to buy your guilders hardware, wire corrigated roofing, victor ware, queen's-ware, Success Sulkey Plows and Bain Wagons. We have a la ean please you in qualicy and price. Call and get our prices and—inspect Shop and first-class t/nner in connection ■whs-sP': I jr. ■ytwvr.K.S^sWPiS if .(,'''■/: • •: I"' " i'^As,. I nm /'] . ?. J •' ■■■•.. ■ -■•.■■■ / "V ./ Ssii i ■? •: K -V- ' •-"Sor,, if Hj@ ■* ■ I© Oats and Intensive Farming •Read it! sp:r,; > , I am so much interested in the agricultural success of Crosby Co. that^xaii scarce refrain from "butting in" occasionally, I hope the good editor will not be- grudge me the spaced and that ye ...

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