The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1930 Page: 8 of 8
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interest to to voter,
tes for office
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of ant Italian
in New York supplies
13 on Mon-
Announcements for the several of-
fices appeared last week and others
will be noted this week Who have an
a bit of nounced for various places. These
candidates will have their say oh
July 26, which will be the firat pri-
le mary election. It may be necessary,
to of course, to have the second primary
,jjg which Will be held a month later,
ta," knocks at the door
the role of "Pai
ia leaving;; for Ik
ar in the army.
asks Ttfnv.tp' play softly as her WINTERS WAN
mmm t* we
he inquires about the baby, Petition to be Presented
he's mueh more interested Asking That Trailers
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Hand Us $1.00 and Keep Up
With Candidates This
Say! .We might take a fool notion
arid cut some of Our old readers off
if your renewal does not eome in this
month. Now that sounds Ashy, dent
it? Fact is we don't know whether
we will do that or hot, ft depends on
how brave we fcef at the end of
January. But anyway* we have re-
duced the price of The Review from
$1,50 to $1.00 in the coufity, anJ
from $2.00 to $1.50 out of the county,
in order to help our readers over the
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M. T. York, Who Sustained Injuries |
" Christmas Ev«* Improving
M. T. York, owner of the Yortr Va-^
riety Stores of Crosbyton, Balls,
Roby, Hamlin and Anson, is reported
recovering from serious injuries sua-i
tained Christmas eve night, when his;
car overturned while enroute to his 1
home at Hamlin, after visiting his,
stores at Ralls and Crosbyton,
A message received Monday by!
Mrs. Hazel Hutchisson, manager of
the Crosbyton store, stated that Mr.
York expected to be able to be tip and
about last of this week and would'
likely be in Crosbyton sometime next'
I'l Vv#* m'm m m m mm t
Ula, ■ .SbMs-the niece [of thfi jnusig -
IS *> fiSSsoke owner, "Jjnrico/' enadted by j
as a ^sa^toan, shfe .see#
, she see?
frequently. ■ Their
ns to love, and it is undersi
t they will be married when Jessei
":es more money. '
essel, called back to Italy by his
ler's grave illness,' arrives to find
father- dead. Italy having enter-
the war, he joihs the same regi-
lt 'of which Rollins is a member,
rtiy afterward, ~ Jessei is blindeS
You might get lonesome without
The Review, whether there is any
news in it or . not„ you are-' always
anxious to look throughit so see, and
this being political year you will
i want to know who is running' for of-
I fice and who is not. Just last week'" Moving to Town
' a lot Of folks could hardly wait for ID. S. Ballard and family are mov-
The"Review~te-e<rme jeff the-press to mg-mto togn from out south of
Here From Oklahoma
Miss Eva Littlefield, of *Altus,
Oklahoma, returned to her home
Sunday after a short visit here with
her brothers, Albert, Fred and Olen
Littlefield and familii
_.."ell and* taken to a hospital
reads that his entire company
been wiped out and when his
abruptly stop believes he is
She enters a children's hospit-jbill
a nurse to forget her grief over , motor
sweetheart. Dr. Price, played by
t neth MasKenna, falls in love with
1ft1, Convinced that Jessei is dead,
finally consents to marry the
Jessei has been on the stage since
hi was nine years old, starting in
see who had announced for office and
this anxiety will continue to prevail
for the next few months. .
Then there is another thing: we
found a lot of things last week thru
our classified Columns. A suit case,
a hand bag, sold some ..cotton seed,
made a trade""for a fellow, sold a
dining room suite and a lot of othei
things that you do not realize that
happens through the columns of The
.... . BXas J-®"' There are the merchants ad wit!)
petition you to amenq their specials that the housewife
of the Second Lall-j wants to keep.up with. They tel)
Petitions wore Circulated, last week
at Waiters to be presented to the leg-
islature of Texas and to Governor
Dan Moody, regarding the exemption
from taxation of-trailers used by the
farmers and stockmen in the opera-
tion of their, farms and ranches. The
"To the Legislature of the State
of Texas—We, the undersigned citi-
zen}. of Runnels County, Te:
byton this week.- Mr. Ballard has
sold his farming equipment and live-
stock to Henry Brown, who will farm
another year on the' Sep Smith place
being vacated by Mr. Ballard.
.agter 88, Acts oi ine oeqona wants to keep up with. They
Session of the 41st Legislature, a^0ut the things that you can buy at
e being House Bill No. 6: Said; a bargain. Surely you do not want
providing for the registration of, £0 mjss aj] this for a whole year
>r vehicles and trailers so , j account of the small amount of $1.'
vaudeville With Gus Edwards. In 1920
It was featured by the Shuberts
Then he became a
with A1 Lewis wrote the
the trailers owned and operated by
Ihe farmers and stockmen in connec-
tion with their farming and stock
raising operations will be exempt
from the registration and tax im-
posed as now provided in said act.
"We submit to you that most
farmers in this section of" the state
are now using trailers pulling beliind
their automobiles for marketing their
crops and farm products, and same
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al play, "George Jessel's Trou-lare not used for hire as commercial
e made the musical adapta-1 motor vehicles and that the registra-
Of "The "Jazz Singer" and scored, tion fees imposed by the act referred
Sensational success in it for three ( to are added burdens to the farmers
years, Later he wrote "The War and stock raisers of this state."
Song" which he played until signed; Hundreds of names were signed t$
by' Fox Movietone. ! the petition circulated- by Mr. Lett,
L. Wolfe Gilbert and Abel Baer, who stated that three such p&titions
of many popular melodies, were being" circulated oven the covin*
songs which are sung try.
Jesse) in this production. The
*|®ry of "Love, Live and Laugh" waS| According to an after-dinner speak-
written by LeRoy Clemens and John er, a banquet is an affair where tho
B. Hymer, the picture being directen speaker eats a lot of food he doesn't
hv William K. Howard, who also pro- want, then proceeds ,to talk about
duced "The Valient" and "Christina" something he doesn't understand to a
for Fox" Films
THE NEW MODEL
crowd of people
who don't care to
Just look on the top of your papei
where your name appears and you
will see when your time expires. If
the number says, 1-30, that means
that your paper expires on January
1, 1930, and so on.
We would be mighty glad to have
your renewal during the month of
January. If you cannot pay and you
want The Review continued to your
address, just let us know and we
would be glad to extend your time
and you can pay us when you can.
Anyway we do not want to drop a'
single' subscriber unless our reader
Try Review Classified Ads.
J. L. ODOM
You can find me at Banner
office, Ralls, Texas.
Solid Oak Rocker
Walnut Finish, Tapes-
try Cushion Rocker
Porcelin and Roller Top
Folding Card Table
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Lieske Chevrolet Co. Will
The Lieske Chevrolet Company has
announced that they will have on dis-
play Saturday of this \yeek„the new
$9j}0 model Chevrolet and the Lieske
Chevrolet Company, according to Ed
Lieske the manager, believes that it
will break all previous sales records
The Review is carrying a large ad
this week which points out the man)
Jjw features, The prices' will be the
most noticeable feature of this new
Mr Lieske invites the people to
come around and see this new model.
Take a look at it, examine it care-
fully and look at the price and com-
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pare it with other cars.
•P1,There is no known drug cure for
contagious abortion in cattle. The
Food, Drug and Insecticide Adminis-
tration, of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, has removed many pre-
parations from the market which
Were claimed to cure this disease and
investlgaiion as won as
fle all kinds of
FLAT ROOF WORK
Find me in first building back
of Albert Motor Co.
;';1 .'.A*- ■/ fer 'V*
to the He#
The Citizeiifi National Bank extends a welcome to
the new Farmers who are coming into Crosby
County this season.
Agriculture is the basic industry in this country,
and to the men who build new hofnes, and turns
the sod, do we owe all our development.
We would-be i#ise3 to have you call and get ac-
quainted with us, and talk over the problems aris-
a ngW h5fn"ei.n a new country;
CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
"A Home Bank for Home People"
IT'S NO SECRET
—Our Laundry Gives Service,
Send the entire family's washing—you will be
agreeably surprised at the low cost. Soft water,
modern equipment, expert operators, prompt
delivery service. Phone us today for the fam-
At the beginning of the New Year we are going
to strive to give you better service. We hope
to merit your continued business through tne
A HOME INSTITUTION
DON'T GAMBLE WITH FATHER TIME
The old boy may let you "get away with it" for a
time, but sooner or later he'll catch you. The cost
to you of putting off until tomorrow what you
could well nave done today, is written in the his-
tory of individuals, state and nations. One need
only read the "master" writers of bygone ages to
appreciate the mistakes of individuals and states.
Procrastination is written on the brow of all of
us to some extent, but those individuals and firms
who procrastinate—put off until tomorrow what
could have been done today—are gambling with
father time, and some day will get mowed down.
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The fact' thAt the
|pe to merit
<rf QuaKty tfUp Prices.
our store know that nowhere can sucli
quaHty^goo^be purchiased at the money-saving
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THIS WILL BE
A FARMALL YEAR
In January the year is brand-new. Ahead of yoti are
all your opportunities to farm at a better profit. How
are you going to pull down your costs of production
and accomplish most with.least labor? • - -4
The best way of all is to make full use of McCormick-
Deering power and big-scale equipment. There is
abundant proof of this in every county of every state.
Agriculture is being mechanized, and the power farm-
er and his family are happier as a result.
Already on over a thousand farms men are so content
with McCormick-Deering tractors that they have aolct
thekU&st horses and mules. They have learned that
animal Po^r"raTm t kandle the effH""+ j^riirrr"'"4'
they must use today, apdsofK^*are"^repfacing it with
tireless tractor power.
tine modern power on these horseless farms and on
tens of thousands of other1 farms i6 McCORlteCK-
DEERING. The tractors made by International Har-
vester are the popular standard tdday. They are the
iroducts of unrivaled experience, buflt to work i)er-
.^he quality lines of
fmtit •; • _ rwi > ■ '
yott during 1930! Choose one of these
fee tractors-^McCotmick-Deering'IiB-SO, 10-20, and
~ jdiaplay at mir
We Give. Service On All FARMA
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1930, newspaper, January 10, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242839/m1/8/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.