The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1938 Page: 4 of 10
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THE CROSBYTON REVIEW
ps YORK—The "Children's
at the New York Wood's
Rrove to bejthe
• attraction In the 280-
t.1 Zone-for adults
\ youngsters. Parents will
to leave children in this
world with confidence
will be ~um£r trained
'and have everything
O'DANIEL WILL BE
' F ^
TRI - STATUE PAHt
Many Others Attractions
Planned For Amar-
fflo Event -
AMARILLO, Sept; 7—W. Lee
O'Daniel and his Hillbillies will
"pass the biscuits" at the Tri-
State 'Fair here Sfept. 19.
And every day durini
m ttgeir Cinema" celeb"
trill Acts To BeOi* f
(ered Visitors At State
Fair October 8th to 23
thrill . acts, most daring
ever brought to this country, wHt
be offered daHy free to visitors to
flSTGolden jubilee of the State
jPair of Texas, October 8 to 2d. -
j The acts, high in the air, will ba
presefotecl several times daily on
^Tha /SprlBl FalM" ",in be r''"^
other notables^wlll attend.
"This is the. sixteenth year „ of
the Tri-State Fair and the asso-
ciatiorjr is~SpendJng more money
than ever befow for attractions,"
Said Ray Pinkney,; the president.
Hiere will be an improved mid
way, with many free attractions,
including a' death-defying - loop,
Beutler Brothers rodeo and "Cav-
alcade of Htts,'- a spectacular
show on which the association
has taken out rain insurance.
The famous' cowboy band from
Hardin-Simmbns will play a con-
cert each- afternoon at the rodeo,
which will be of championship
caliber with star performers ap-
pearing between the spills and
thrills of the cowboy contests.
"For beauty, comedy and all
"around entertainment- for the
whole family ^tSwalcade of Hits
is unsurpassed and I predict re-_
crowds every night to se
it arid the climax of fireworks,
said President Pinkney
: FOOD FOR 250,000 DAILY"
NEW YORK—As many a*
250,000 hungry sightseers can toe
accommodated in comfort for one
or more repast during the day or
night, at the New York World's
Fair 4939 ~ 4 -the 80 restaurants
which are to dot the grounds.
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AIRPORT AT NEW YORK FAIR
NEW YORK—In North Beach
Airport, when its rehabilitation is
completed at a cost of $15,000,000,
the New York World's Fair 193a
will have right at Its threshold
the finest sea and land, terminal
in the United States.
sented twice daily before. the
grandstand. Since the general
standard Of acrobatics have reach-
ed sirch a high state of - excel-
lence, these acts must be good to
attract Attention. This one evokes
gasps and amazement at .every
performance. „ .
-- Four men sway on poles above
the' cross-bar of the 80-foot ap-
paratus. Two women in the act
swing just below them. When the
act iScompleted, the sextette de*
fi«s the laws of " gravitation by
jumping or somersaulting' into a
small net on the-ground.
The Cisme Company is coming
from Latvia with a free act. tha.t
ifi said to be the most daring ever
presented in Europe.. It also is
aerial acrobatics. They present
their act on a small parasol-shap-
ed platform atop an 80'foot ap-
paratus and Use no nets.
Rritz Cisme, himflelf, will ride
a motorcycle at high rate of speed
around a narrow track-on the plat
others Of the' troupe
orm risky stunts on swinging
• As a climax to. the act, when
Cisme 'gets his motorcycle at a
top speedy .j. mechanical device
lifts rider 'and" machine from the
track and apihs them around-with
the rapidity of a piirwheel.
.. j Q || I. . ■£.
EDWARD W. PICKAR.D
Famous Commentator Who Writes
"Weekly Newt Review."
Rope and cord made - out of
glass yarn are "now on the market.
Most of t%-g$ep troughs of the
ocean are within the great earth-
According to United States law,
butter must contain "not less than
80 percent, by weight ofc- inilk
In tortra of valuable eye-
sight, prope^Jighf condi-
tioning It the improvement
fhsT ean bemade in your
hom*. The hundreds of
I. LS. lamps lhat have
bean sold during the past
two weeks proves to us
that proper lighting is no
longer considered a lux-
ury—instead, an actual
A limited group of I.E.S.
lamps have been reduced
33'/}%. This offer applies
to the ba<e only during
September. As soon as
possible, visit our office
and make your selection
early. Ask any amp
for a free overnight trial.
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-Sanitarium & Clinic
iMedlcal, Surgical. Diagnostic
Dr. J. T. Krueger .—-
Dr. J. H. Stltai
Dr. Henrie E. Mast
Eye, Ear, Nose A Throat
Dr. J. T. Hutchinson
Dr. Ben B. Hutchinson
Dr. E.M. Biake"
Infants St Children
Dr. M. C. Overton
Dr. Arthur Jenkins
Dr. J. P. Lattimore
Dr. H. C. Maxwell
Dr. O. R. Hand
Dr. R. H. McCarty
X-Ray & Laboratory
Dr. James- D. Wilson
Dr. J K. Richardson
CI E. Hunt
X-RAY AND RADIUM
SCHOOL OF NURSING
DINE AND DANCE
Everything that goes to provide clean enter-
tainment. We have doubled the size of our
dance floor to accomodate our ever growing
crowds, installed new booths and new Sympho-
nola Seeburg Piano, 20 records (5c Play), the
latest music, changed daily.
—We Never Close—
The Liveliest-Spot In Crosby County
Editor the Review:
The writer is now having" the
greatest experience of his life
traveling to the East in the inter-
est of my companies business.
I crossed the Sabine River into
Lbtiilft&ita from my grand old
state on Sunday, August 28,TiE)3S
at Orange, Texas.
Had thlT pleasure of attending
Sunday School and Church at
Beaumont, Texas before coming
east and today if it is the Lord's
will, I'll be at last in one of our
great cities of theSouth and be-
hold the grandeur of the Father
of waters for my first time in life.
I Want to express my feelings
in some way to my many friends
in Crosby and Eioyd Counties of
how I felt- when "X, crossed the
l "Huey P. Long" Bride and
tangled up in traffic in New
Orleans and I know if New York5
.ituany larger it -must be some
Monday,- August 29, has, passed
and I traveled 3 states today and"
now have the pleasure of resting
in Pensacola, ,F1$. Tuesday Aug.
30. I will continue on east to Tal-
lahassee and Jacksonville, Fla.
and behold the mighty Atlantic
for my first time, I believe I will
bathe in its waters before return-
ing to the Plains.
two weeks and
come back the northern .route to
my former home. * "
School Days are begining at
home and "how I long to return
to my first love's work but f&te~
has decreed it otherwise. ^
From a lonely man that loves
the good Plains of Texas better
then I ever did and hope my
friends will make good crops and
we can come back and help you
enjoy the prosperity.-
R. L Gibson-Salesman
MY DEAR FRIEND:
Fairbanks, Alaska, where mid-
e3 on the Fourth of July, is less
than two degrees from tho; Arctic
A microbe that occurs widely in
soil and air has been detected as
having a Jekyll and Hyde dual
personality, in. that it becomes
quickly virulent when nourished off
certain cultures, but later be-
■ ~:-= ' o—
- "THE LONE RANGER" Leads,
a BriJhant-Al'WSy of New Features
in the Bigger and Better COMIC-.
WEEKLY, Appearing Exclusively
in the SUNDAY CHICAGO HER-
ALD AND EXAMINER. Every
Memeber of the Family Will En-
joy the New Comics, New Con-
tests and New Features!
For expelling Round Worms
and for reducing Pin Worm
infestation in children,
CITY "DRUG STORE
J. H. Felton
Business Mgr. tl—to -spend
WHEN YOU HAVE HAULINU
TO DO, CALL US.
Local and Long Distance
C. C. BECKHAM
Will be paid, by the manufacturer
for any. Corn, GREAT CHRISTO-
PHER -Corn Remedy cannot re-
move; Also removes Warts'' and
Callouses. 35c at- ' •
CITY DRUG STOKE .
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We Mfy for cash and.selTon credit]
used typewriters, adding machines
and office furniture. - " !
We sell any Remington Portable
Typewriter FOR ONLY 10c A
DAY,— THE BAKER CO. —
Printing & Office Equipment
1009 18 St. Lubbock, Texas j
Please allow me to personally
thank you for all you and other
friends there did for Jerry in his
recent campaign for Railroad
Commissioner- of Texas. His ylc-
toi$; pnly~proves what individual
effort may accomplish, and 'i
know that. Jerry- will ever be
teful to those .whoso unselfish-
gave their time in,his inter"
Cagrtod In Stock That Is To Be
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give her a
sincerely believe that Jerry
wil^ serve all the people efficient-
ly, Wnestly, and without discrim-
ination to anyone or any section
of our great state. Please thank
other friends there whom I may
be unable to contact.
With very best wishes to you
and yours, ^
. - Harley Sadler
Miss Helen Pleratt is among
the many Crosbyton students re-
gistering at Texas Tech this week
"77 . . — —.-o-—
, Miss Bonnie Nell White ^and.
Mrs. J. R. de Cordova ot.Peters-
burg were the guesta Tuesday or
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cuny: Miss
WWte Is spending the week with
4ier patents at Broadway.
Mr. and MrS. J. F. Garber, Mr.
and.Mrs. Clay Henry spent tho
week-end at HaskeU. Mr. and
M. Garber attended- the1 50th
imiverg&ry and Reunion of the
S*t Baptist church of Haskell.
Garber said it was the first
time, they had been, back in 20
yCiirSa ■ . , vj ^ . g(}.
1 t.. 4 ■ W lit \
Make her feel like a quera. thia anni-
Teraaryl Gire her a matchleaa Lady
Elfin, oat of the ooly 19-jeweI Amer-
ican wnat watchea for women. Come ia
^ *e® theae patrician beanUea, now.
They're ail exqtiiiiitety aeii gned, (tar-
*"2!; i°r •««,r«cr- Lady Elfin* from
•47.50. Otter El (in, trom 118.50.
M7t—Lady Elfin, 19jeu>tU. $47.
Ml# 19 jtwtU, 14K $olid foU.-
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 16, 1938, newspaper, September 16, 1938; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth243082/m1/4/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.