The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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itjem MOM TK£ ARABS , WIDOW WOULD1 «<AVp T13L0" "■ |
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1)30- legislature. On a
hursday afternoon a circus
town and complimentary
a(>iv Mattered, broadcast,
per reporters we& not
and after five 'or- six
4 tedious work" they were
jjoiced at a tihanoe - to
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* f ^bont-half past
a bill was at its height, some one
'ted at his watch and said, "Move,
-- -"Moved and ' seconded - we " ad-
P.shouted the speaker." "All
- in favor "say
nit Froi'eets} _ Even
n the Cup Ha#
iJSlv ' '■i
sit eYthe visit l&lhe
ie host has a kind'of bra-
wl1 brought, iii which -'he
ie beans j then he -takes a"
shan, and with big own hands lie
pounds it to powder, 'making the
liard oak ring forth & song of wel«
pes ties and mortars' are heirlooms
and - the richly ornamented and
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age and"* wan-tfie one in
qn i' tmk col'ee (for
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1 - <■' tlx mo i! ' murderous.
So far do they carry this supersti-
another fled to the dead man's fa-
ther, and before ,he.knew what, had
happened drao'! cotfee. Presently
friends came in ynd, is they were
relating the news to -the—bereaved"
fai:her,:.. recognized the murderer
•crouching beildr^hejire. .;:Thev in-
'Fifty of stantly demanded vengeance. "No,"
said the. father, "it cannot be; he
has drunk eo[fee,- and has; .thus be-
members ?shbtited "Aye,!" - I
the members cried'"No F -
___ "The- house standi! adjourned J"IBHI
■ said fhe speaker, bringing (Iowa his come-to me as my son." Had lie
1 ul he and,;fhe light-hearted not drunk coffee, the father would
legislators marched oil' to the big nev r Jww rested until be had dyed
Ms hands in his blood. ' , - **■ :
Ki'iii , BONNA
R H. Sothern coatributes'ah aiv
taction" fhe "great Shakespeare-BaP,
£;on controversy" in the Munsey. He;
says, in part"^recall- that when- a11
boy. with my fatfti?*J London 1 otteH
ltirst inch bore
on'- unusual . In the!
center was a huge'Settle, under
which was a roaring "fire. Emerging
■/ he kettle weu ; ware's
head and shoulders.- Above ^this d&-
the bulging side of Ihe kettle bore.
,-ords"boiled down/ In short,
'Shate oJ was a lit'-1
tie-hook co < - 1 im.i, ^ie
' j v<H j rO
ih't volume—evidently an enthusias-
tic Baconian—-had run his pen
through the first and ■ last;' .of the
'Uv . ! ihe title read
/"Taking the book home, 1 hand-
ed it to my father, and.asked'lW'his,:.
opinion. . ~ ." "
" 'It is nonsense, TSTod—all non-
sense. -.It is- utterly impossible, had
Bacon written the plays,, that the se-
1 ./( ijd ni'l havV i; died out. For
■example^Bacon had a %v^fe, and her
a faithless one. Take wefy line that
Ms come down to'us from the days
of Shakespeare, and you can't lay
your finger on a word- or phrase that
can be twisted, pinched or tortured
Ihto'the faintest suggestion.fliat Ba-;
con w'a| "fhe- ant.hor of the piaya,
which are credited to Shakespeare.
That the real authorship could have
been kept a secret would be a greater
the Sphinx.'" " "
Now that we are on a cash basts
we wil] reduce the price of coal 50c
on every ton, on' and after March.1st.
All kinds of Feed. Good Alfalfa and
and MiHett Hay; Cotton Seed Cakes
and-Meal. ' '
It. F. SMIT1I S, ( <
Phone 27 -
Citizens National Bank
-of CEtOSBYTON, T^XAS.-
!V<J.ly—K.uher uhc'i lau1 ia ■-hejj ..dov.-n the street today 'of a hand
. notes, "I* "think. • • . ' ' I laund-ry.
•/ll\-,-Y\'hyv - re?.—She strikes "Second Comedian—WhaiXJt.
~ " ")| foximates others.
3 COTTON RIVAC
' u -iki'iy" bpeech was made by Sir
* t linare Wiiteoeks, the other day
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h i 'o!i >u_ :'ro|) ' ;,J 1
about; that ?■ *
-First. - Comedian—Why, isn't it
funny that; a. inau fruuii.i gn to a
laundry" to have his hands washed ?■
Now open for-business in. our new building north of public
square.' We ask all bur old friends and.customers,- as well as the
•public, in general to-do your business .with us. We'solicit every ac-
"count and will .be just as liberal as conservative banking will allpw;-
Everybody in Crosby County; knows oxi'r reputation and we ask for
the busines "on the same business prinjcipTes that We have .always
.operated under. Give u§jl, call. . ] _
;" MAKE ANK '.fVouR- BANk- ■"':v""'
- - •' '-"YOURS TRULY.
E'^ar Allen Cashier
C ros by teov-Texas.
Mrs. Green—She referred so much
....... , to herStete husband, j-How long haS"
unan, 1,'antar Uotton. Crop." !S«! /, ;Wtele tearing^down a wall in an j ^ ^. ^ p
il dt> buiiduum'ii ' 1 hu bor, JST. J., ; Mrs Wise—lfe isn't dead He's a
: ••^-udjrrigaiibn and proj^i;«ue«Kly, l^er" Heins^^--piaste& J^e-wspaper man and"hbvergets-horns
nOtj trie cotton production^ef, qamc aero.is a small-iron pot with ! very ]a|-ea^ nio-ht,
' nld bf not four,"1 but si\ or .seven,1 the <o\(i li d down with wire. lie j • • •" '
-aniar.N to ih(3 acre. lie suggested waV abounded to laid the po filled
• - .I" di' ision otP the Xilo delta into: wftli-viher toins. Hastily" tearing
EVES "GET FIRST ATTENTION.
10,000 acres, each having
. its pumping station fei-'sectiring its
v vi:eh -in
id, 1; .,oul.d be ]).),-sible to brni"
;lrn t.nt/il cnJfivntcd. ;irp;i nf Imvpr
i srea of lo\Y(
i1' .(HH) jx'i'i1: i i) IJj'
away the rest'.'df t^e wall, he disebv- There.is no such disguise as that
erW another-pot'almost full of gold | of the eyes. „ Il,we-wast'tO' get^an
,eOins ''in.'- ; iiiin ,■ ihem ><> imp' >-inn of a person*.- face we have
covered with mold-that, it was impos-J to look at the eyes., You will find
s'ible to distinguish the date'* He j this in any railway carriage or pub^
called the owner of the house, Harry f lie "conveyance. You are interested
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CALL , ATHLETESr
OiUOf.> all kinds of athie^-;
i Hi i
> 'r ie '>,jnrts and-
A ' '• 1" ' ' '' '
'en fel time'that
~ e lack o^ntercdltegiate "athletics
iTOimm students' of the
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"borer. The house was formerly i people know well enough, though
owned by an old soldier who lived > neither ma#be artists, that vou -Can-
there many years "aiid- drew a pen-
CARBORUNDUM IN FURNACES.
• Carborundum; the«artificial substi-
tute fei'-e^ncry, which is said to rival
the" diamond in I due is ein-;
ploybi (,V beea use 0 f i Us ./extraordinary
. '-i-.t hik* to heat, as a coating for
e. The gymnasiuin classes in
the gi'rls did not take
o the iudoor routine.* .The
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alarity frota the start, wmm
roULO CURE ANYTHING.
jert Ott of Philadelphia
ered a cure for rheum a-
t—is an acetyl-
fan But enough
not get an impression of the fate by
'Toolemg al tl'ie ehTn, or the i'oreliead,
or' the; nose; yon. must.look straight
at the eyes—the window of the soul
and thfr"faee 'becomes -a reeognix-
able unit. -The best''■'disguise-—as
burglars know-—is -the mask that
covers the eves onKv* '* *
fixe irileribr in.. *. t'
dered and made into a pa-le, it-is ap-
plied with a bniMi. like pain], io il e
brisk lining. It is said that a layer
of only'two" millimeters in thickness
will protect the bricks frdm the ef-.
fects of the highest temperatures that
y i hired in ordinary furnace fc'om-
IhisHoii.' Carborundum is itself a
product of the electric furnace, -being
composed of silica and carbon-fused
in- the presence o: .s ■ ilt and "sawdust.
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^.Johnny, why don't you try'to
-stand at the" head of your class, in-
stead of always being at the fopt ?"
•<-! Bv standing :d the'foot
>y standing at the'
can 'V out of a win-
„^ HIS SLMRLE EXCUSE.
The Judsre - The court is inform-
ed that you haven't worked for years.
The Culprit-r-It is true, judge.
The -You have neglected
your f-<imi\v, at the same tinie insist-
ing tluiro^ur wife and sons should
support'you."" ■ "
The Culprit--True again, judge. .
;■. ■ The J udge—Well, what's your .*ex-
planatiQir? ,' • ' ;
The Culprit—It's very simple,
your honor. I agree with. Dr. Woods
Hutchinson!;;, that four, hours' .wort
n day-is enough for, any man—and
by. not working now I'm trying to
unao the mhelufl 1 did so many
years by working overtime." 1
AIJL THE SAME IN THE END.
lira. Ala lade (y
"explain again, to„ypu about willing-
my properly. '
p?amdy Sohcitbr-^Phere, there;
iilSiiiii LeaVe itf td
; >frs. Jljdade,,. (resigned)—! sup-
ose I fnight as well; • Yau^et it
Those who are indebted to R. M. Snell,
are Sier.eby-notified.that, he has tnrned^oym,
ali his notes and accounts to his creditors,
and they have appointed me as Trustee, to
make collections on the same.,
. :r?yiigcdL ... - r ' ^ . • - .A ^ ^, fj
I hereby wish to say that settlement
must be made by the 1st of April or suit will
be brought. Those wishing to settle will
i!1 . ■ M° ' y<,\! . ... ;■
•$oon -as possible. . j.
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Crosby tons Texas.
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White, Frank E. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1912, newspaper, March 14, 1912; Crosbyton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242273/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.