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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

v 'V tZ- X, . ^ >1... t ■rr: # ' Sjtf '5 ^ ■ * i if- itir ' MBS mh"' * New Brick : - \ / ■ •' Is Almost Complete. It is the first brick building ever built in Spur. We will soon be housed within its walls and while we invite you to our old stand in the warehouse while\we are there, we more? especially invite' you to our new home, which will be furnished with modern fixtures. \ / \ t , \ ——— . ^—V- * , Nothing Better Can Be Found In Texas V \ It will be a big modern general merchandise store, where all of you* reasonable needs and comforts for living may be satisfied, with the goods we will have for sale. While this store will have 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 have known. You will find there what you want, you are invited-to come and trade in the same old way without frills and fancy attachments, we will attend to all of these things. f i x ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

ifli ' ' * ' - ■' ' ' "".'1" " " r ' ^ ~ - ♦«*•• —1 — — mmm ■> • ■-'it "y v£ —, it / h HI 55V p'j f' II ANNOUNCEMENTS nShsiS " * ' " ... (DEMOCRATIC) Under thia head will appear the names of -those announcing their Can- for public office, all of which are Subject to, the Action of the Dem- ocratic Primary July 9th, 1910. Notice; Mo name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $5.00 Precinct $5L-n • 30th,Judicial District For Divtriet Attorney: *' ISAAC O. NEWTON. D. GLASGOW, It seems very romantic when you raid about the elopement of years ago. when the young peo- ple dashed off to Gretna Green in a coach and four, defying par- ents and guardians. But we never learn how: those runaway matches turned out. Stay at home, my dear, and marry in the good, old-fashioned way, with your parents, blessing. iPP? Crosby County Jp For Tax Assessor: F. M. REED. * mk M?. •mm ; "|:V.V * WiA m-M- a-i'a. gpp ltaleCoumy For County Judge; PROF. J. M. BULL: . M is ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

11 "« ■"K^"' y*.'' '< .' V ' :r ■/.},:;■'■ v.v: 1 -l ) * • ^ ••'•-.'• v"*« « V*' V -\V , - ..>• - ■ ik l&.r '■;U J-r '■ . ;■ .4 MHSPSSMtai pMli •«T" * ■ ii m iii i •;vv,'1 Wholesale and Retail .; r , Coal--Niggerhead, McAlister, MaHland—Coal. AH kinds of grain and feed stuff, cotton seed cake. Packing House Products and Flour Sold to Dealers only. ^General sales agent for Armour & Co, Send your freighters to our house. P'.." Mmm . :■ «. iltpyffi: Lubbock, Texas #- ► Fnr Colo ,0 Tons of heads, Kaffir Jul wdlC'and Maize, a n d 5,- OOO bundles of Kaffir and Maize. N. E. of Cros- byton 15 miles. \ J. A. ABfeRNATHY. CORRESPONDENCE FROM OVER THE COUNTY & Grain Company All Kinds of Balding Material Barbed Wire, Posts, Best Nigger Head Coal, the Best Grain We want all the Clean, Dry Bones you can bring us Come and See Us Lubbock Lumber & Grain Co. 4' Lubbock, Texas r When In Lubbock Don't fail to Visit the Fair, it is head- X quarters for everything in Queen's-ware, Gl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 February 1910

5 , IKIfe 1" IMMR ' l r* - -.. i mm HHP ?':•''"' 'Sp$i:' v>:. ■•>&$<:'■ iu'rtf:'--':. '■ i . ' ' ■ i 1 ■■/' , . • ■,•'■" :'...., , -j ' ;'"P ■■... iTv 1 kw**M {UjalWiy1 i n i ' ' ;.',V 1 11 . — , ■ >Vir $4tl m'4 -yar ^0 Jk f mm im ' e n <xe rj 4. ♦, 4.4.14.4« ♦$•'4* 4 S* 4-'- # *r f V f * * ™ 1 ' 1 —————. $ p an y um ■■'* -I > - '■; -I i iteiil PS,'"■'>■■•■! I — g^":V-: . ;> ... sy^' ■ Everybody knoWs what it means to se^/R. B. Spencer & Company at the head of an advertisement. It means you get the bes&Iumber, sash, doors, blinds, laths, shingles,\etc. etc. at the lowest possible price. '- — -u -* -*- 1AM Al«Ad«4 A nt 4>AM MA 2 •« T1 AWMa w%4Hk*4 4-1*A<«aCAMA I* < < . . 2 iL ■ JL^.ii L> S '' ill— We have yard* In afyout 4& to>vns in Texas arid therefore buy in the laWest quantities whU^C gives us the advantage dver 'the little man-'-irn^t advantage^ yours—It means we save yd|i money.We are^lad to figure your bills be it to yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

1 "r-'ts ■ ■ . f r ** * ** rtCftk f SlSSJi '■'v H PjP'r9 -r --. I .f'r ~ ~~r ' - fr-- ^•>.f PHL $ «fr$S r-^_ .;%«.• ■\ '•■ piping Of The South Plains Of Jw*. p f ML. sassr 3S§ 33*3 CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1910. SSiSSW .- .k.l . PRINCESS SWEOd'i CROWN RULER I ~v •Sgpp^ «pX; •' .^ppjr ®31P tern Perfectly Deljghted With Crosbyton Country Hliye No- thing to Give Out / Last Friday we were informed -r-zr~ that the following iiamtMlgenlle^^betin-^ing all that they ppsmhly weather 1 t 'k men were on their way fiom Plain view to Crosbyton: Roy C liegargal, President of the board of New York City. Williai|n little, of Towanda Pa. -t V- * -- r ■* • .'• M. B Moon, Detroit, Mich. - Ralph G. Megargel, New York. J. D. Dowden, Plain view Tex. Dowden, Plainview. This party arrived just about sundown and after supper were shown over tow by oUr citizens 1 and expressed surprise at the "rapid progress Crosbyton is mak- ing. * In conversation with a reporter of the Revi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

SMW fflU $* '; * •?-?^|PSPP! W; mm His' ,JW - ■ .. • • •• . —• ■■■■• '■■■■, •■'> : . ; ; "■ -1 ,.-„ • ■-, ■..." ■ '..., •• ,.' ■' ••■'■ •'■•■ ;:. .:■/ ■< ■ • ">v ■' * ; i. .■ r '■?<> • ■ •"■'■ - ■r:' ' Wholesale and Retail ' * . ipt ... >'"v'l ^ ^ ,V , McAlister, Mailland ■■"<m ■' - . . ' rirf^tmwT; i cotton seed cake. Packing House Products and Flour Sold to Dealers only. General j iw-r ^ *r ■ | SSt I I - ;. y, j...- rif:; r--'.- •.'•:■■■..■<■ ■ f,r - ■ ' . . ,: ■••>.', ;■ V". :■>-!&,■■■<■:'A' ;f r~——*•*:;' .■■■.' -.; - ' ,- V's . . •*ya ^ i" ' / '"••■•'"and Maize, a n d 51 000 bundles of Kaffir and Maize. N. E. of Cros- byton 15 miles. V mm J. A. ABERNATHY. ! • K^r- ! 4 rV^-' V> AU Kinds of Building Material Barbed Wire, Posts, B|est Nigger Head Coal, the Best Grain The Deepest Spot The Sea" -/k We want alL the Clean, Dry Bonestrt you can bring us "^iBWiock iumbef & Grain Co. /Science is restless as well as curious. The demands of scienc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

_ HS 1 pnp / -' r •> r -4 • ' ^ ; ' J.. —, — "" 'VV-Tr"', "'*IBi^Z }'•" '' " ".••■*. f*1 ' """• f:ft mm - < ' HI ■:■ :.. :-"tv : t% y wmm.. («! ,". w,\ ii 18 -■'.ttif.v.'!' l-v ■■;... .i5: a--. >>>.; .■, yOiriiM .AaapiBMfe*. A • .,' I M . ■ ' '■ . ,'.V ..•'■••v : 1 '-•ffi , •:;..-..; wpt y- M;* ■ ■ ' , " L.- * 1 ffl • ■'i :£ & , ••! , kiM mmtm ?'■ y;r; si' ^ ™ Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. * 'V'^ Wk*4:',', "x- ■ **=> X I. It is the time of year that we are all looking for all the comforts of life, and" we to you that we are in position to satisfy your every desire, when it comes to dependable j| 4 |f§||J -1;t- t .'''■ <*, • gfl «• " v- '." , ^ - ■ merchandise in all lines. 1:: m x #. i ' ';Jr :/1 !iff" f1 ► ■ K I 1 1 k_;.. ' and want your trade, no If you have not become a customer of ours you should loose ' "yW& ' ■ -H if "lP •v.'r "flan '.!i- •'-•Wli and are sold at close margins. We handle a full line of everything you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

mBSWSR RK *SSrasfS <'*V m i i.. SPw V ton Review Published every Thursday by White Printing Company Not Incorporated .• WHITE A SON, Props. | Crosby tojrt, Texas |i H . ,> ' - m F. E. WHlTB. Bditor '1' lj*' 1 • '? .. J * f Subscription $1.00 Single Copy r Year || | 7 I " Entered as second-class matter Jan- ary 14, 1909, at the post office at rosbyton, Texas, under the Act of arch 3, 1879." •• ft H Advertising Hates Full page display ad. $12.50 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. r j , No display adverti8ing>oh first page. When time Is .not specified all advertise ing matter will be run until ordered out and charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. , Any errehoous reflection upon -the. iSlE -erroneous- character, standing or repuj BHiivi I ■■■ iy appear in the columns of the Review* will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers* i ■ ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

' ■ 'I,.. '- V, ' >'ll' "?'• ^ &5fflP"v;-4<V l: v ■"■ "jiBWl m m mmm Ui:' tftufr-".'" :&iW- KP>I- MRh tgM •' • ■ ■ • -."fe! , i * / SIB f 1 ijiiia —- ■■• v ■ ■ «-* r ^ •• ; . . ■ .V! ' •swwtS .A.; - • LfTT:-, You will note from the character of our premiums that they are of th$ very best, and itj has been arranged so we are able to purchase these premiums at less than the manufacturers cost which enables us to give-yo^such a great opportunity. It has been the desire Of the management of the Review toy make it absolutely the best newspaper on^the plains. Our list has con- tinually grawnfrom the first issue and our hopes have been realities. Now~we will say that we want 2000 more circula.ti<*l|||| and have decided to get them this year, but wi ~ ^ i : 1 it!-,-:::: > ^ U •* -ti <j **"'C**-*.**********>/qpv^vvlv,:y/v*-' w ' /{*' + ' " ' v . ^ Known the world over for its high claps work- tjfe/'.' v premium. This wagon sells for $95.00 and i* well worth it bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

Swli™#' ' m&SSi& '■■•JMfr l - ''""'j ''V' •. i&Sni L,«^, - (\ , j ^ • ' ^ I . - .. ".-• '•■ ' 7 . * "'"' ' wi« ^ '• V> '■•^^/-. ' ■ • ■V. ..... .., .:i.,....%..\-M~' A •.. ^Kfg.V^ sPM I ~7~^'*'":: ■ I / M iSlifS Intf 1 (i " . ff" « Y^T ' S ' I tfi-ii^'j, £... •;, 'Mffi- * - " *. , • * ' ' X3T5 A . fx *■$<* *1' ^s j&f* ?#| : Si mSBS^BmHh 1 / say*. ■: !'■ ' ~ "" " " """"" t'J^fr":"-' r,'—. ' ', .'/• W.v Everybody knows what it means to see R. B. Spencer & Company at the head of an advertisement. It means you get the best lumber, sash, doors, blinds, laths, shingles, etc. etc. at. the lowest possible price. We have '(y'1 **" "1"' '• yards ill about 40 towns in Texas and therefore buy in the largest quantities which gives us the advantage over the little man—That advantage is yours—It means we save you money. We are glad to figure your bills be-it large or small, and we can fillet to your satisfaction. Buy one bill from u$ and you are our customer afterwards. Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

8w8i8BS8Sw .I" ■ v - S. / ' ■•■•". " ■ v. ' ■ .-v . V,. - ■' ' ■ ™ ,, ,,,. . ■ . ...- ' V,-'■ •■■'• 'j ■ .j . . ■ ■ , v . ' 1 , > • • . ; ■ - " . - •- " ■ ■ ' ■ >jf-'V- v ;:v"'>£ i?!, .... • ':r'" ■ " ■ ,■ :, ;:_; "' • '|. """"■" i ■..,.! r-m1^J 11 " T,. 1 "* '• ■'"!. 1 MTTniVr Tft A QTT Tf T\t _____ _____ '_ . . ^ • a • jprTB^i trwr% >?ir t^wr^k rwr K^. - ie, d . T? Xi1 ~ . Ejr Jjj r—rr y$,.. -U' .T RHHKJH S-ftS ■'• <:■ ' - . ...... ^ ? : 7! , '. ■', . • • • .. , „ > .' !■'.! '. ' , .... -V., ■:."'. :■'■■ :■* if til |9 "V: •: i&Sf* J t f p #. . . ^ T. v.w ' • ~ f "?V W© handle the most complete lines of furniture to be found onTthe Plains--our prices are low as the lowest and our good& absolutely the best tojbe had. ... . Charter Oak Stoves and ij Ranges "have been m^de and sold for SIXTY ¥EARS—they have grown steadily and uninter- J ruptedly in the preference of the people. When men who have for many years made stove J and range construction a science anc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

m . MB *r— 111 if |w !p FISi l J<CriSTHaWi •*- ■i s iw> v «> ' «■ {V «' •>* HBSSH 5SSS ■BBW .,■ ,.. A..-B ■a *m will in all Crosbyton. likelihood hi rtC$Jjjifitf*', • v:: ;;v Killing Horses For Meat Chicago, 111.,.Jan. 30.—fn an official report of thel|Hnois State Commission made public to- day State Inspector Hoey ;dfi« clares that hofdes are being slaughtered i>y the wholesale in Chicago and the meat is being sold and distributed for human oopsumption. 7 f V ^ j«he meat, he says, is being cut I into roasts, steaks, and sausages f and is being sold to free lunch venders in Chicago and some farming districts and mining camps where foreign miners are employed, heretofore, says the report, it was the general belief that all horse meat prepared in Chicago Was for shipment to Co- penhagen, Denmark, and the fact that it is being put up for consumption is looked upon • v «4<. as necessitating a new state law regulating the killing of horses. All the horse killing establi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 February 1910

mmmxwimm ?2s ; ' ' i , mm & >:;:.Hvi, 1 im.U.,^.L. J J .. ..'J,——Jl I HI = 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 skirts from51.00 to $7.50, splendid ladies and childrens cloaks. Our stock of shoes is complete values. Mens hats, shirts/gloves, pant, Overalls, notions. ••. - v. y. - -. g in the 'line irf Drv Goods; - —W - -V- patterns, Make our store headquarters when in tow". and can save you BIG money when you want to buy shoes. A complete stock of everything in the line if I Our line of underwear is COMPLETE. A full stock of Our Stock is not shelf-worn—it's all new and of the blankets from $1.00 to $5.00, good values. • • ■' ■ ■ FLOYDADA TEXAS • .7 ■ ■ * , ■ '/ f=?f-rrr.^T—r ■ —T—, - V'1, on ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

PEOPLE WILL READ THIS ISSUE. ■ II . I For The ■ ■ f - vt • I v K^'l1 ' '-■.■mm Dm South PMoe Of Twm. i * ■ >■ ■ ■ 1 ■< - ' CROSBY TON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1910. , $ -zM:. Proposition 1 / Great Enthusiasm Among Oil People Over the Fact That Crosby Has A Show For Railroad At a meeting of the citizens of Crosby County in the Crosby- totf~I$all last Friday evening it becameHcndttrh tUftt Crosby County'now has a definite propo- sition for a railroad. This went like a flash o^er the crowd and .coming from the-lips of our townsman, Julian M. Bassett, who has been in the north most of the time, nfor the past three months working on the matter, we feel the much moretenthused, as we know when Julidn brings us a message, that its full of -truth and that he has the inter- est of Crosby County at heart, is working days and nights in our inteVest. , The proposition i3 this; if Cros- -ky-Countyean get" together a Mr. W. B: Gainer, Emma, Texas. v j This man | is not a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

PWwK^Sfl ■ SS&JK ®am. I' '®wil 11" ' 1f*L- r,f' ' \V-'.1 i..*-...•</. * .; ' : >: -.r K « * ■ •• / ..*. •">■ .„„, , 'mM§1A«NW^ 4KS: ■i •■.',!.•■' • 'WliWyw; lis .J,jj&1 c;,-,'.' - ■■,. -' > - -I-:* at" • M- ■ ;'*' v.vVv'V: .;/. ■;:$■">■,. f&JdhlQiriV- ■?. ■( ' * . "1 r., JK, W<' S? J>;:- 21?-;'7.-: 7 •■ ffimzfflm -' ^- V-' > v- * -.-v;■'-:■■■•:':t--••'.&& \, ■ ■ ■ ■ '. & ' ■ • ■' ■ . / '"■". : y:^w;y^K-^r''■)•■■'% ;. ■-: ^ " """ ■ir'f "' >" "> ' ■ ' ' 4' „ ■ • 7 '•' • v - • v^rf /- ..-.,r • ■3 M i'fc f ji ' y v iooi sac Pi1 i-H Bi^SSsM IBIS - lV ICcM. ■ HPHnaM m - - — " ' -■ '^i "•'' " J- froi 1 . i^ull line of all wool clothh(g for men, prices Akof our wool bolt goods are/oing at a bargain—See thfem. to $20.00, also full line of/Overcoats. We are Ounstock of hose is unl|i|iiteC a big supply coming all the ^.ii k mhi. our ladies coat-suits at/way below cost, also time\ A full line of ladies skirtMrom $1.00io $17.50, splendid , *l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

7 33; Y-.r- J -L_ ,i; / V / ' \ / 'iiP <$> X / SPUR Should Be Your Shipping POINT / -t. Our Store Your / / J" - ' % H , '-•-f— ■b HAND U; ^ v; *

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

^ Published every Thursday by r The White Printing Company or move on. He improved and beautified every lot, kept the * down set out trees n$E8®§8i Crpsbyton, Texas | rfy ,F. E. WHITE, Editor 'V 1 rr** ■ ■- l'-v • r: :lon $1.00 per Year ingle Copy 5c. Not lnc< N7TT. WHITB ts and in front of *hem not build, thna adding to the value of each lot and that it-did not take so much" money to nin a comely. matter Jan- thb post office at exas, under the Act of V ; - .... ' Advertising' Rates ; -• M<u u Ke display ad. $12.50 pier week, tfalf page " " 7.00 per week. Less than one-half page 20c per inch " " " ' " >ca tion. ay advertising on first page, len time is not specified all advertis- a^JStng matter will be run until ordered out and charged for accordingly. r/V' NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, erroneous reflectToh upon the ew.will be gladly corrected upon 7 brought to the attention* of the Four issues One Month ik, [, . tPKI of the people w^JS-leaving only three, and went Building A Town....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

><■ '; mk l'Aim~;x-- ••■•^t^^^V:-:'v ;n;' •'' ." '. :M :•: ■ •> Ki " '.'55 ■ ->• ■ ■ ■-- ■' -:," • /''iiJI 'i '*% "r^'K1 . ' !'■' MMMi V-'" J .,' - i 1 Cent Special Dij 26; Vk. V.— > I p I -I I / ' V;3 l , • /.,. I'l. •' 1 ''"^^ if'-"'. ,'.■■•■ ■-•%--. ;K$| J J, " •, ■IT" 7 i • ^ yf- ';~>u;$; I have arranged a counter on which you will find allJunds of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots atid Shoes, as I ' I "- *H* -•.i-fl .-,, -•— - -I as a but the discount on groceries will only be 20^)er/fcent off, and that's at less than wholesale tost. The object of this great reduction te to turn my stock into ip&ney, and put in a larger line of the latest Spring goods. Remember, on this counter you can buy for. D $2 Next Saturday the/26, Wharit Takes $3 to Buy Today. 0 • i -ft*' I want your business and must hay-6 it—don't take your money elsewhere when you can procure such rare bargains here. Every article Wijf be marked in plain figures, and you^n pick out what you want, pay ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 February 1910

rnmmm MM mm* ■••-—•_ ._ -, . - .. ,v We extend to you a verycordtal invitation to attend our ~ 0Mc •■y Iwt gam w* i«c Ipf1'' SEi 19 vf-^.r*t '1 i ore i#l *T Saturday, March iNi 4 . . • . N ;:<>T 0 mess we ukr iea= wsr&lmWIv^t cdgfiiiierr ag: liiH f I ^ Hty I, « =«^v4 r>rt~*7r4 mands. Never before has it been our pleasure to show a stock as complete, in every respect, as this yean Our Spring goods are arriving daily now, and on the we place on dis- play, the/most complete showing of high-grade merchandise, ever shown/in Lubbock. These-gobds were bought, and orders placed early last fall, before advance in prices, as a result we ate prepared to supply your demands, at prices lower, tha.iv would be poseible otherwise. Ouf stocks- of Tailored suite, Muslin underwear, Dress broideries, Shoes, Mens Clothing and fits' Furnish- ings, is complete, and embrace all the new things for / . 'h/.' i- ,4- 3l8£ ■*r.'$j?t f ■* . 1_ ,; & .... ■v1: WA^\r bJI %Ki ; { WW WW Ife; '"7* vt+...

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