The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1930 Page: 6 of 6
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. It was in that area that
teat amount of work was ae;
Ing the three years of
The attitde of the
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IN LOCAL PAPER ADS
With spices they came very
tf to the garden tomb,
surmountable dificulties did not
them back, though it was but
1 that they should <|uestion en
"Who will roll us away the
For a great stone sealed the
of that sepulchre. Then came
Stive lesson that many will never
; We worry so much about • sit-
is that never arise. For, mean-
m m resurrection prthes body Publisher( The Review,
fesus had taken place. There ha^L <h-osbyton, Texas.
.A'-an earthquake, not to let the ~ %.
jy out but to permit the women to
Within the dark tomb. When
4sy arrived there was a messenger
.the person of an angel to declare
good news, and to give them-in-
iction for immediate service. "He
j; not here," they were told. Today
Sy go to the grave to weep, as if
ir loved one was there entombed.
As they went they waif
to TEACH. Believers were to, testify
of their faith through Trinitarian
baptism. Climaxing all is an
inclusive promise. As they went forth 81 Mfosoyron.
on this commission, "Lo. I am with
you always, eyen unto the end of the
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Wins $—00 Scholarship ! show for 54 coi
• To -School
C. C, Williams was*the recipient of , hfJ"]1®
high honor last Saturday while; in ■ ^ o?
KattHnhoa at t.hw hnniml rimvuntion . WWipBllI 01 commerce and to
' a : :
• most*- deadly
SLATON, June 13—Proposing the
a regional poultry
s of the
Slaton the permanent
counties of the Texas
e-Plains territory and seek
at^PlSnview* of * th"'TeXasU"comm«r- ?°<?nty agents in the 54 counties ask
cial ExecuUves Associafion whe^e in« them ti>study carefully the pro
. *-*«•' durtng. the next., two w«te.
'The award was made Mr. Wi
at the coinvention Saturday b;
regional meeting here to discuss and
probably organize the show. , ',
Approval of the proposed plan has
_ ."almo'yJBgari given by several cities
. 9 and townB of the. section, it wasvatt-
M. H nounced by W. H. Smith . president
at urc cvjuveiiMua caiuraaj uv .1
•E. MeTton, secretary at Texarkana,1 of theSlaton chamber. He wedicts.
chairman of the committee on-award* favorable response from virtually all
The National Institute is a school, ff1" W®**• Smith also declared that
for executives and is attended^ by! he&dquSarte^
necessary facilities and expense fundi
for holding the show each year.
It is proposed to include the same
territory now embraced in the Pan-
handle-Plains Dairy Show, which has
its permanent' home at Plainview.
Counties included are Dallam, Sher-
Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb,
something like four hundred each
year. It opens August 4 and contin-
ues for two weeks. This will be Mr.
Williams' second time to attend, hav-
ne once while he was escretary
Whining of first place with his
per is considered quite an honor by
STAMFORD; June 18.—One of the
features of the Texas Cowboy Reun-
ion to be staged in this city June 20,
27 and 28, will be a roundup and get-
together of tjhe pioneer cattlemen of
A permanent organization of the
old-timers will be formed to hold an-
nual meetings in Stamford. Only
those who saw actual service in the
saddle and on the ranges of the reg-
ion prior to 1895 will be eligible for
membership in the "organization.
The nroffram-of the" three-day af-
fair j will include many entertaiment
features. On each afternoon a west-
ern cowboy rodeo will be staged and
an old-fashioned ranch dance will be
given each evening.
All early-day citizens of West
Texas will be given special invitations
to attend the affair and th& directors
of the offering say that people of
all ages and classes will find a full
program to interest and amuse them.
The rodeo will be held in a natural
over filth and refuse,
the home and contam
on the table and leaves
filthy disease germs at it
children and babies. Do not
fly—its diseased and e:
when crushed, is stttr a danger
health of your family. Kifl fl
t he room by using ohe of the J
types of Insect spray, which
been developed and- marketed
past three or four yesrs by the largs
oil refining companies, who are
A clean cow Is the" firsfsiep
the production. of_ clean-jnjjjk-JT
though cows appear to be clean, i
may be very dusty and may nee
be brushed before' each
Mr Williams since many chamber of S,"a£'
commerce secretaries from all over Hemphy^ oidhair Potter' c£raon'' ampitheatre a mile west of the busi-
er iL ^ roTntv^e^ 8! Gmy? wUlerD^af Smfth, £3) ^f8 da^ct of Stamford Comfort-
for the prize.—Lynn County News, j Armstrong Donley, Collingsworth,! a£le seat.s ml} be provided for several
- L - - ' thousand and the arena and stock
Vary the amount of feed for the
farm horse according to the work.
Parmer, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe,!
Hall, Childress, 'feailey. Lamb, Hale',! Pfns^ave been arranged so as to al-
w, „ . „ - . ... nn th(S' Floyd, Motley, Cottle, Cochran, Hock-1 i°^«?ent?tl0n of. T6 cTte8J* an(|
When a horse is to be idle on tne ]A,r T s* ri exhibitions in ° —
spring and summer ha^.been releas-
ed to your newspaper by our agency
Wm H. Rankin Company of Chi-
Our company, as you know, has
been steadily increasing the scope, of
£ spirit has ever been placed in the its advertising. From the date of our
grave. Death refers to the body first advertising effort, we have ad-
only. At once with the death of the hered to the belief that the news-
ley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, King, j
Yoakum; Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent,
Stonewall. Gaines, Dawson, Borden,
Scurry, Fisher, Andrews, Martin,
following day, as on Sunday, substi-
We are pleased to inform you that j . bran ^masli for the Saturday
Phillips advertising, schedule for "^t grain feed and reauce the gram
'tir°r..i„Tor Sd Howard, Mitchell and Nolan.
the mash by using water that is' too
hot. A teaspoonful of salt added to
the mash ration will increase its
a quick and efficient
kept in the stable, they should have
a thorough grooming at least once ft- .
day. Clip the long hairs from the -
udder, flanks and tail, so dirt will not
cling to them. Just before milking, *
wipe the udder, flanks, and-belly with
a '-lean, damp cloth. Suffiicent bed'
ding, and frequent removal of ma-
nure, also help to keep cows clean.
being taken by cowboys on the ranch- ~
es in West Texas and indications are
that there will be at least 100 ~
trants in the events in which' attrac-
tive 'cash prizes will be given the u
winners. ' ^
our loveil ones are in the spirit
records in all four Gospels
detail. Jesus -begins to appear
to individuals and to groups. He met
a company of women as they return-
ed to the city. Then He came to
Mary Magdalene, who tarried by the
open sepulchre and thought he was
the gardener, as she looked through
her tear-dimmed eyes. A new world
of joy was her's when He spoke just
her name and said "Mary."
Such joyous news was not
kept by anyone. The angels
paper is • our logical major medium
We are confident, therefore, that out'
new schedule with your paper will
be the fore-runner of many more
We wish you to feel that Phillips
is a permanent part of your commu-
nity. Our company has invested in
your local real estate and pays taxes
to your community. As far as pos-
sible, we employ your local people to
handle our interests in your town.
For many years Phillips has been
one of the country's leading produc-
f ers and refiners of petroleum pro-
to be ducts. Two and a hall years ago we
said, entered the marketing field. Today
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and He confirmed it, that they should our activities cover every step in the
go tell His disciples, and even Peter, supplying of motor fuels to the pub-
was specially named, lest this one; lie—from the time the crude oil and
Who had so grievously denied Him natural gasoline-- came from that
should not know that all had been ground to the time .they are sold to
forgiven. There are at least eleven the motorist.
recorded appearances and there sure-| The popularity of Phillips products
ly must have been another^ though is attested bv the fact that we have,
3iO record is given of it. Jesus cer- today over 850 company-owned re-
tainly showed Himself to His beloved tail outlets and a total of over 8,500
Corn-and-cob meal is a good form
in which to feed corn to horses who
do not have time to chew ear or
shelled corn thoroughly, or whose
teeth are too poor to eat "the whole
grain. Corn-and-cob meal has about
the same feeding value, pound for
pound, as shelled corn. It is best to
grind the meal only as needed, as it
may mold in storage.
outlets for Phillips gasolines and
Our stations, we believe, are un-
usually attractive and well-equipped
—a worthwhile addition to a com-
munity. Our service is recognized
as of an exceptionally high type.
It is our desire that you feel free
at any time to give us comments or
suggestions on any phase of Phillips'
service. We hope, too, that you wil)
become acquainted with our repre-
sentatives, to the end that you and
we may cooperate in our aims to
serve v°ur community well.
Very truly yours.
By—H W. Harrington, Adv. Mgr
Sheep seldom make profitable use
of grain when good grazing is avail-,
able. One hundred pounds of grain [
in a year for one ewe and her lambs j
is usually the maximum that can be
fed profitably, Under some condi-
tions, flocks keep in good condition
and lambs may be marketed without
the Cotton Crop
UNKNOWN 2 YEARS AGO
Live stock .. . from feeders to chickens ... as a
supplement to cotton ... makes an ideal combi-
nation for the average farm. -
Live stock assures a year-round income, makes
the farm self-supporting, enriches the soil and in-
creases farm values'. Cottoii may then be safely
raised as a cash surplus.
" No farmer can afford to devote his entire ef-
forts to cotton at the sacrifice of other needed
things; but cotton, combined with live stock and
plenty of feed, is a wise and profitable program
for any farm.
CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
Crosby ton, Texas
"A HOME BANK FOR EVERYBODY"
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The attractive means of
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1930, newspaper, June 20, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242862/m1/6/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.