The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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BROSBYTmCf&SBt iJWlf^^m fWDAY JANUARY 2, 1920
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Progisit a -a U^ibv '■ ggSand, Hol-
land c s J u>o "in. jcE Stales.- '
;;iNew York, Dec._
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have been announced here, will
include celebration^ in "England,
ITx-v 1 ] 'i--i JPI A v rl \4*lr\ jJr Y Tv* 1l"£if5
; . dU-continue _£cfii
1 ••'i'*' t'-day program in Leyden,
Amsterdam and. Rotterdam,
whence the TMlorh.is sailed three
■o 'to the .American
rnes i ■ where they .might
The Erfitfr V ' •; Kalis.
' The Rev?.-, / h\m unit Christ
Rails', collecting and soliciting
lo the paper, and
the result of ma- -day's-.work wal
very pleasing. There is no inis
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.■-- J.- : .7 -iy.v'..; pahic
for' its size, ana like Crosbyton,
it is yet in its swadlujg. clothes,
and a bright f uture looms up be-
fore 1t7"*rhe; merchants were a§;
biisy agrees' the entire day wait*
-find---Freedom to worship-God,"
ug". 30, when com-
mittees from the United States
and Olngiand -will - be received at
■ the University of Leyden. _Ad-
- dresses coEBmejhoritive - ©f the
.-ill be delivered by
:: scholars from the th'reiTolintries
including the rector of - the Uni-
vei'siiy, Dr. Rendal Harris "of
M&neheater-,- -England, .Yiscpimj;
Bryce and a famous American
who has' not yet been designated.
he'neyt day, Aug. 31, the
birthday „of the. Queen of the.
Netherlands, will include, besides
a congress in the town hall; a
"religious memorial service in the
Pieterskirk in which the Rev.
John Robinson," who led the~sep
, - arationiats_from tjie, Ghurch of
id, (the Pilgrims) t© Hol-
" land in IdUSL-was buried. .
! One of the features of the hol-
, «t«4day- at- Amsterdam on Sept. I?
' will be u meeting in %he, Rijnek-
eJ" ;.x.d a -reception. The next
day there will be an aquatic pa-
geant in liotterddln, the visitors
tr-.veling in. the morning frbm
Leydcu to Delftshaven. if pos-
■ sidle, by boat along tha way the
;. Then there- will
r4t>6 trips to the relegious havens
of Rotterdam, a\ rtteir.orial ser-
, vice ia theehUreh afDSTftshaven
" a^/at 7 p. m. the Eaglish " and
/"American - contingents will de-
part for Southampton. .
The celebration,* in England
°wili-smrt ini\'Iay with ^meetings
in Scooby/fhe home of Robinson,
AusterfieW, Boston' andrSheMeld.
; From-Aug. 4 to Sept. 20, there
London, Southampton and other
places, culminating in the-sailing
;:of-. the new ' Mayflower; which
will carry the; returning Amer-
Mcan committee and British and
•ons who are to
ho program on
thtS"aide of the Atlantic.
Main ove of the 'American
Mass., and Boston, where his-
; cants will be held, fol-
'od by a big rc-ception in
honorary of the com-
mittee having the local program
' n cha "v isitQrs
afes^'On Nov. £4 there
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'^[blland and the Unised States^
. • • i.'y-; ' :
ly n paBtoi for the
" past two years, will preach his
^ farewell sermdn at 11 o'clock
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Arkansas. Bro. Freeland has be-,
"come quite a favorite with afl.
our people and wJUJoe- greatly.
' v (/missed andall join tWjCeview in
theT?egt: of for tune
>mr Rriajp it\
ing on c
reason we interviewed 'but fev/
of them. ''We added quite.a num-
ber of nevfnames to our growing
subscription list and hope to keep
in closer touch with that part of
the county from n6w on. ""
Of course we visited the Ralls.
Banner joffice. .In fact *ve made
that place our headquarters .while
iii town and enjoyed the noon
yneal with Editor Morris - and
fSmily.. We found them over-
workedr-fag^red-out -and' ready-
for the weekj's rest all country
newsapers expect but never get.
Ther6 is never rest for the news-
paper man. :;j
"We also ealled on our old-time
friend G. Bifile architect and
CQBti-aeter, and-found-him busy
drawing plans for a new school
building to be erected la Ralls to
cost not less thaiv $50,000. He
had already finished -plans^fc |,
and' in League. Four in the Ralls
Independent school district, the
district recently ^having voted
bonds for this purpose. If these
plans are adopted the p&ople of
that district will shortly haye
some splendid school buildings.
We were told that there was,
not 'a vacant -residence in town
moie j^iere had to go elsewhere
ori |his,ia,GCCfuri1t. This sana© con-
dition .pre®a/ in Crosbyton,
which goes to show that the peo-
ple at large have an eye on Cros-
by county and many .of them
desire to live among us. We have
one .of the finest countries on
earth, some of the best towns,
and the cleverest people; to be
found any where.. No wonder:
MRS. OLiyER. WARRIMAN
MRS.CAR.R.1E CHAPMAN CATT
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easily decided by one* good
at his avirdupois^,^^!^^
will CQiotj/iue-yfco " the
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a^diti ^ o j-u r*t" i(v L',e fuji
other lines of endeavo. \st
being"the hog bush:ess, - In 'v.e
early spring he b i)
.and -seven pigs from D: '.'Jeanne.
they were such an onery look:
bunch that J. B. Mull k jghed at
S" ) 'v r '
thfamriiow • r ,us0
'e at least three h^ippy Tittle Armenians in this, holiday season
little waifs who are innocent victims of
' Mrs: Calrie ..
leadere ani signalize tile glacl^hoptlay sea
little orphans in'the far-off shickeu land where they now are faeto
pae, N. Y. rT
among the more than a
Quarter of -a
these famous American women, Mrs. WovjdrQy^WiJson.' wife of-the Presi'(Tpht; Mra ftiWo^'Wii-Bimnn n.nff, ^Ut QUI'ik^u^tiil'G'lvT.ir
"CHapiTiah t'att. _'it'' Is^oped that Thousands orother American \vomen will fott^w -these distinguished ~ n
Hwiircsi'siane- way ^.thousands of other-
cared for by Near East Relief, 1 Madison Aye-
The Review, had hoped and ex-
pected to have a much larger
honor roll this Week than we .hay'1:
but nevertheless we are pi6ud;:of
those who favored the paper dur-
ing the holidays and thank thein
for the amounts paid. We are
V^'ising ourCsubscription list for
the' new ve? r and ask our sub-
scribers to look at the label of
their addrc®" wjbi-ch shows the
time to which they are paid,, and
if an error li'digcovey6.^ to report- -mnst. hospitable welcome , by a
thersisme to us at once so it. can
be corrected.- Fol'^ing are those
who have favored'us with cash
on subcriptiou sjnee our last
issue: ,Q or T NlYoung.,,
Ed Leiske, . Ernest Leiske, Buck
Walte/s, P C Newton, JiH Green
-Nr W Landere, C W Brock," M W
Holiday Carriages ;
Thfe-^eyiew .is somewhat at a.
loss to know-how it happened,
but our popular Baptist pastor,
Rev. J. B. Cole, seems to have"
cornered the orivelege of ^per-
forr^ing the h^arna^e'"6^i:e'feojii-y'
around here, for l\e i .the only
one to offleiate ii this .. cap.aci|y
so farag the Review is informed
durihg^the^eceHt holiday sgastm
to his ercedit1' . • " ■ ■W-
Mr. Lewis Sagers and Miss
Fley —Edwards - vtepe uaarrled
at the honie of the ibride's pa-
rents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Edwards
in the north edge of town o.n
("Dec. 28. Tlg;"teft: - first uf the
and Miss_ May Ellison, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A-,- L. ^Ellison,
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they will Wside--^1
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and Miss Ado'
caipe over ^ndi^i^raarried at(
Mr. Walter L. Schmitz'ind Miss
Peiarl^iUiams, bo<h 6f the Smith
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Holmes, OE.Sleadows, R Givey
"J D flicksv' S " M': Wa]Kerr ' WJ
Collier, B W Mears, Thomas
1Crip^, "T H Bailiawe, Wflliahl|4at-
thews, - J-M Reed, C J Tirey^W
A Stewart,. A Fov/ler, Sfl. Dalis,
:0-C Ilulme, J L Holman and S
E Stockton at Crosbyton.
Judge G JB Harri>30B,.-|joh.n ,R
Ralls, Bird & Dean, S^1 Oliver;
FirstState. Benk,. Dr; W"M' Ful-
bright,; "H H McDermett, Dr. W
S. Ferguson^ T R Butler, Dr. W
Biffle, R LiTravis, J H Payne,
Thomas Stark, J M Lyle, J.- Edd
McLaughlin, F. M. McLaughlin
O D Pollard at .Quitman, J R
Reed at Fleydada^ H: J Sfca#^-
Ivi^m^. Homer J[. Efrans at Ver-
non, S H Pu nva .--sville
and Henry ivV:
villc, Mo. '
-blac^smitfi. returned Tuesday of
ek from- Sto
where he was 'called the week
before by the illness of liis ven-
erable mother, who was much
She-hps ? :ie J'iP® age of
87 his kjthere1
grandparentn also lived |o be
vc ?y. old,'imo pf -Ihoni imnsiitg
th« century murk, and if our
fnehd If^eps up the jfecor^d of tfe<?
family-fo3^1ongevify- he^^^ wilf H&e
1 One of the most- er.joy-able,
parties of the season was.. that
:g-iven by the officers of the-Bap-
tist Ladies Aid in the home- of
Mr. and Mrs. Er W. Suggs on
New Year's day. The pretty new
horne was throw"i wide- open to
the members o|„ the society and
,a large ntifflber of friends. "The
guests were met' at the .doorand.
passed on to the reception hall
\vhere the hostess, gave them a
warmjfire. - After greetings had
been exchanged a clever little
Bible questions, was
Great, was the "fun
-and excitement over the solution
of these simple Bible questions,
and TTt&re' than 'onfr rrrinIv«d-;to-
begome fflesjse familiar with the
Bible sa" they --would not have to
answer "I don't know'' so often
next time. .^Delicious refresh-
ments of sandwiches and- ;hot
chocolate were served..The unan •
in^ousjajm of "the SojCiety is:: " We
shirk,;" and we . want exery iady
present to com© to the "church
next Monday..at 2:30. o'clock'and
help .U3:"to:carry,./)atth'is aim. -
^- - Reporter
Cnrp^yfl| Mafia ta Mnva Rank
The many friends of JacSh M.
Mabe in ardund.v,Q|fi.sbyton "wiil
be delighted to hear that he is
preparing to. move bagk here
.from Lorenzo - and tak:6'. tip -his
old place in th« Mabe-Karr store.
Be has purchased the uiicle Mack
Easter residence in the north
part of town and is baving.it rc-
homp, S. K. Freeman ^ doing the
work. ^Corporal Mabe is a young
-man-ef s tact
and ability,- is full of pep and we
y. on in forttilTate
wife . as permanent, "fixtures in
eur.littk city. -
n> 11 ^1." ti
D. Shaw, one of our lead-
ing mr - ! , tuol i'v> ail fever
and traded hii
the-holidays'he went dom jhere
d bfught back hJk«lor^tiild-:
l^ethdlst rXadses ,Ha\f§ Social.
.... The-Woman's Missionary So
wdelightfully entertained Monday
Afternoon by Mrs. T. HI Ballowe.
This was the date of the social
.meetmg-.->QfJ;he month and the
gram Mrs. Chesiey. Smith wa?
leader; Others (h'scussing top?C,s
were:-Mrs. L. B; Cut well and
Mrs. R. F. Duhh. Afterward a
social hour was en jo} ed. A con-
test- and--an amusingrgame
ffeatures of enfertaiinhtint §nc! a
piano" number was'placed bV
Sarah "V. Baliowre, Dainty re-,
freshmen ts were1 served -^.t - tf«s-
Ernest Smith For f ax■MmsBL,
and' every, office from constable
to governor is td be filled. - Can-
didates are announcing every-
where for office and our fellow-
townsman R E. (Ernest) Smith
breaks the political ice in Croa-
by county this ,-Keek bv announe-
ing for county tarrassei?sdr." Mr,
Smith 'has been • -the county sg.
lohg and is so well and favor^blt.
known that,it is unnecessary for
us to unlarge on. -tiis fitness--for
this office, but for the. benefit of
the new voters we will say thlat
qualified ' for this office and if
elected we believe' he- will make
a first class official in every res-
pect. and. he ^ks you to give his
claims duk"Copsideratiop. ■.
Our olJ friend J. W. Jac'kson
:xVZ3lh' ^ "> r< i ^ ':■ - t ■
day of the old year—with- his
96th .bale; of cotton. Said'he was
hot WarThf ou; 7 - Id" get
at least 60 mare bales. He 'hit, it
very hard duib > th( two years
drouth «,nd h. .d :>ottor about
$12,000-behind, but he will pay
out of debt with this year's crop
and. haveiiis,mules and farming
implements free of debt .and
hing. Mr. Jackr.-
best farmers in this country,. We
ihoved^fd™ Crosby county and we
know what we taikin;
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them with plenty good slop from
would have bee n i' .
and within three months lie r.oiu
the gijt for $45.. He sold a shoat
10 V k Littlefield i , , mi._
•anpther sow i,u fju^'ow.---.Soqh>Ud.
one has just brought him - sev«m -
likely pigs, and he hnu another
i.):irrow- l-gft. This is what we hall
and have been trying to-' "figure"
0uljJ.°hn K's. wealth within ten
years if he keeps this: gait up,
get the figures, and we have'de-"
cided to offer a year's subscrip-
tion to the Review ,free to the
one Working it out. We have "also
about deeided to sfart the new
year by branching out and fol-
At 'the Oaptist Churieh Ssin,
'' in i,he pastor's hear*
expi-ess . bis appreciation fcj
many ki^cmesses:: received- ^
0e.good foISs.of Grosbyror
cuniing v.q your pleat 7?-
city... Especially;does vhe rej,.
with .yoy; in the splendid -' ' " v
ph in .so many w.&$$
been a most beauljfnpind
Shr^tmas-s easorii- Thes^u j? -$i%
pie have bseji generally bless:
with health. Death has come bui^
peace and goW wifr'amoi^ oUr
folks. These and many- xjther
equally good thinerS are ours, foi
which we, should, be thankful
every day. Let us recall that our
Heavenly Father is the giver of
every good gift and ■
Him >t 1 . >
His goodness-1® us. It cotnes -to
the. writer to say. that .every
"Christian in this eoun/.y oii;;!-'
pray art' , ret every
do.y -of r
in that the Lord -liiay
wa&jn every Chri
that we m appy
con 7crri of nit! / "n < <
pie this year. Two great?
are asked of every Christian -
live and to give. Certainly
iy no • V I'' nig of ei '
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Come tp Sun. - '
church eveiw Opportunity.
,iepts for the sermons-next JSlfn- .
Christian Life. " Everiihg" = ,
of a^&ful Life/' 'Siart the tiew -!
year well, by b^iijg on time m
^roshytdh '^theT'Abest ■" lChristiah': '•
community-us the World, .Hearti- ;
ly and" kindly xour ^brother,
The annua;! Sfockht
Farm Loan As|o<
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