The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1959 Page: 4 of 8
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YOU TOO will
a Beauty Cottage.
INCOME TAX and social
nrtty reports. Als&ri would like
the opportunity to bid on your
cotton. Mil Odom, office next
dm east of theatre. Phone 2391.
Why Hot Now?
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specialty. If you care enough to
"laHi your VERY best, then you
arm dial Thirty. Thirty-One. Ap
Welding and Bat
State inspection Station.
Central Auto and Tractor Kepalr
COOMTf POMP CO.
REMODEL . REPAIR
Cicero Smith Lbr. Co.
Pr. Mil 2-tfc
CESS POOI. DRILLING
Phone„<gwl Tten MOT
f rtr sec
Croabyton. Texas 50 tfc
Models for domestic use and for
irrigation with capacities to 400
gallons per minute at 273 ft. set-
Pressure Booster Pumps
Highway 82. east city limits
GOOD LOAN- connections for
and ranch loans. Have
In residence. Phone 4S81
1. A. Parks. 30-tfc
I giBHDQii npe
Lubbock Barber College is the
ffieaprst way to a good proles
stem since the full six month
course costs only $250.00. Upon
completion of the State approved
course, anyone over sixteen and
one-half years of age is eligible
to take the examination for a
state license. Since the student
Is in school only seven hours pef
day. some work after school
houn will pay the expenses.
For details of how train tor
a good paying trade where
there are lots of >obp open lor
all graduates, contact the Lub-
bock Barber College, 2844 34th
Street LubbQSk. Texas, Tele-
phone No: SH 4-8837. 8-ltc
SEE ME on your cotton loan
equities. Mil Odom. office next
door east theatre. Ph. 2291. 6-tfc
FOB SALE: Fhvd truck. 8 ft
trailer, steel floor, grain side-
boards and settle sideboards.
Crosby Co. Pump Co. 31-tfc
HAVE 1IKACBE lam with nice
home aadJV poultry operation,
netted fMOD in lM. bi edge of
town. Par sale or trade. Taylor's
Farm Store. 7-2tc
Util Eft jiff
oftownslte. Block 108. Priced
very reasonable. 1. M Medley.
2036 Pleasant Drive, Dallas. 8l2tc
1 BUT old guns, sell new ones
BEAUTIFUL HAIRSTYLES by
Jan Fowler and Irene Dtindy, at
Irene's Beauty Shop, 511 Crosby.
Ph. 2771 for sppointments. 4-tfc
All Cotton Felted.
New Mattrefesn A Box Springs.
Free pickup and delivery. Call
Mrs. Char% Beckham 4782 after
2:30 p. m. or write American
Mattress Co., 1715 Ave. H. Lub-
IT COSTS but little more to go
First aass. Dial 3031. Crosbyton.
TAYLOR'S FARM Store is just
highway from Co-op Gin.
FOR SALE: 20.000 lbs. Speltz,
lb. S1.45. Also hog wire. Bill or
Jack Hash. -8-tfc
' FOB SALE: One registered Jer
sey milk caw and calf. See Bill
Marley or call 3891. McAdoo.
21 INCH CONSOLE Motorola
TV. Good condition. Sec This
*45. Modern Radio A TV 8-tfc
FOR SALE: Basinet, play pen,
2 pairs of bed springs. Roper
range. Mrs. Lou Jones, ph 5552.
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SURE CHAMP doe food. $2.23
for 25 lbs. Taylor's Farm Store.
EXTRA CDOD steel tank tow-
er. $75.00. See Taylor Farm Store:
SURF. CATTLE 32 percent pro-
tein Range Cubes. $83 ton deliv-
ered to ranch. Taylor's Farm
FOR SALE: Select early Triumph
wheat, early Wichita. Concho.
Tenmarq. Certified Wichita, cer
tified Cordova barley? Paymas-
ter planting seeds. Custom clean-
ing and treating. 4 blks. north
squire on FM 851.
DELTA IRC — Phone Ml 8-tfc
CATTLE HOG. >* poultry and
dog feeds And you are way a-
head when they are La mo fed
Taylor's Farm Store. 7-2fc
FOR SALE: Seeder shoatx, bred
gilts and weiner pigs.. W. P.
Shugart or call Spur. CR 2-378C,
after 5 o'clock. 6-3te
FOR SALE: 1906 Fairlane Ford.
Also real nice 32-ft trailer house.
Artie Fewell. phone 9836. 3-ttc
FOR SALE: 200 tons range
cube*. $89 per ton. Taylor's Farm
Store. "" 3tfc
DEKALB CHICKS and started
pullets. Taylor's Farm Store.
FOR SALE: Ooed used wash-
ing machines, automatic • and
wringer type. All are bargains.
C E Bowse, ph. 2008. 45-tfc
Three large bedrooms with
walkin clooets, carpeted living
and dining room combination,
large kitchen and paneled den.
Utility room plumbed for wash-
er. with 1% baths, central heat-
ing and double garage. Phi 2751
or see Mr. or Mrs. M. C. Money.
FOB SALE: Real nice 2 bed-
room and large den on pavement
and well located. This home is
priced to sell. See Garnet Jones
Agency or Jimmy Karr. 32-tfc
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house.
Tom McCombs, phone 3911. 8tfc
80 acres subject to irrigation,
close to Crosbyton. Possession.
Extra nice 3-bedroom houM>.
knotty pine den. carpet, on pave-
ment. good location.
See JOE LEKONDS T-tfc
Bus. Ph 2791 Res Ph. 2693
FOB SALE: See as for farms,
randies or town property. Bussell
McCurdy or F. M. Dunn. , ltfc
FOR SALE: Mrs. B. L Hood
residence and flower shop. Pric-
ed for quick sale. See Mrs. Hood
or Garnet Jones Agency. 50-tfc
left after esedi
harvest, apd from (he dry land
feed crap. This Is all used In the
cattle feeding operation. At the
pwsriit ttane Don has 230 head
of cattle In the feed lot He say*,
*1 think I can make more by
raising sotghum for food and
market tt through cattle than by
raising fcprbrkf grain sorghums
for the grate alone".
Don has done a lot in the use
of residues and soli Improving
crops to improve the conditions
of his soil. He started out grow-
ing a combination of vetch and
winter pom However he said.
FOR RENT:. 3-room famished
apartment: See F. M.
FOR BENT: 3-room furnished
apartment private bath. Lige
Notice is hereby given that
the limited partnership between
Virgil L Jones, General Partner,
and Tommy D. Fondren, Limited
Partner, doing business as LOR-
ENZO FLYING SERVICE, LTD..
was dissolved on the 16th day
of February. 1969, all debt* to
said partnership are to be paid,
and those due from .the same
discharged at ' Lorenzo, Texas,
where the business will be con
tinued by Tommy ' D. Fondren
an Individual doing business as
LORENZO FLYING SERVICE.
VIRGIL L. JONES,
TOMMY D. FONDREN
Limited Partner. 8-4tc
FOR SALE: Sealed bids for the
purchase of a 2800 sq. ft. bldg.
formerly Mt. Blanco school bldg.
will be accepted until April- 15,
1969. Mail .bids of C. F. Flemins,
Rt. 2. Crosbyton, Texas. Mt. Blan
co Community Club reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
FOB SALE: My equity in two-
bedroom home, carpeted through
out, stockade fence. See Jack
Meredith at 4888 or at high
FOR SALE: One 50 ft lot fac-
ing Kalgary pavement. See .Lew-
is Sager. 5-tfc
For Sale oi Trade
TO TRADE for Ford: 800 Case
o-ma tic new, 4-row cultivator,
4-row planter 55 model. T 38 roll-
over (Case). Taylor's Farm Store.
WANT Tp RENT: 300 acres ir-
rigated farm land, effective Jan-
uary I960. 3-yeais experience.
Duane McClure. ph. 2496, Cros-
^WANT TO purchase used roll
top desk, age not Important W.
R. Adams, phone 5631. 8-ltc
( Quilting Wanted; Women of
Assembly of God Church. Phone
WANTED AT ONCE: Man or
Woman to supply Rawleigh
household necessities to con-
sumers in Crosby Co. Full or part
time. A postal card will bring
you full details without obliga-
tion. Write Rawleigh's Dept. TOR.
400-271. Memphis. Tenh. 7-2tp
WANTED: Good used set of
swings. Mrs. DuWayne Brewer.
WANTED: Sewing of all types.
Shirts a specialty. Mrs. T. E.
Thornhill. ph. JM98,. I mi.
Broadway Gin. 5-4tc
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO: J. T. Henry, the unknown
heirs and unknown legal repre-
sentatives of J. T. Henry.
GREETINGrYou are commanded
to appear by filing a written an
swer to the plaintiff's petition at
or before 10 o'clock A. M. of the
first Monday after the expiration
of 42 days from the date of is
suance of this Citation, the same
being Monday the 30th day of
March, A. D., 1959, at or before
10 o'clock A. M., before the Hon-
orable District Court of Crosby
County, at the Court House in
"Said plaintiffs petition was
filed on the 24th day of January,
The file number of said suit
being No. 2681.
The names of the -parties Jn
said suit are: H. D. Davis an
Burl Lansdori as Plaintiffs and
J. T. Henry, the unknown heirs
and unknown legal representa
tlves of J. T. Henry as Defend-
The nature of said suit being
substantially as follows, to wit:
The Plaintiffs sue In trespass
to try title to recover the title
and possession at Lots Nob.
Twenty-three (23), Twenty-four
(24) in Block Sixty-three (63) of
the Original Town at Lorenzo, in
Crosby County, Texas.
The Plaintiffs as ground for
recovering title and possession
of said Town Lots plead and re
ly upon the five (S) years statute
of limitation as well as upon the
ten (10) years statute of limits
tlon; and Plaintiffs allege that
in evnt Defendants ever had
any right and title to said town
lots siV.i right and title of De
fendants therein and thereto is
barred because of such failure of
Defendants to bring suit for re-
covery at title and possession of
said Town Lots.
If this Citation is iJiot served
within 80 days after the date of
its issuance, it shall be returned
Issued this the 9th day of Feb
ruaiy, A. D„ 1969.
Given under my hand and
of said Court, at Office in Croeby
with the vetch, so I
ed much better results". He al-
ways makes sure Ms seed ■ are
well treated wHh fnoeulant be-
fore planting .
Bom's usual crop rotation sys-
tem h f"w fallow, vetch
or other rosidasa, and cotton.
He says, "using this system
has Increased -my yields by ••
bout % bale". He tries to plant
vetch on about one third of his
cotton acreage every year. On
some of his feed land he has
been using residues by cutting
cane stalks and Mowing them
out on the land with a silage
cutter. Last year he applied 10
tons per acre on 130 acres In this
manner. To this he applied 2001
pounds of ammonium nitrate
fertilizer. He was only able to
plant 11 acres at late cotton on
this land. On 5 acres of this the
yield was cheeked and' com par
ad to cotton which had no resi
dues. The 5 acres checked made
8 bales, while cotton with no
residues made approximately 1
bale per acre.
Most at the permanent type
practices have been put In to
Improve the use of irrigation
water. These Include land levell-
ing, bench leveling, and under-
plpe. Some of his moat success-
ful leveling work has been with
the use of parallel borders. There
has been some 21.440 feet of un-
derground pipe Installed, carry-
ing water from 17 wells.
Don has done, and Is doing, a
lot of experimental work with
fertilization. He says. "I've had
the best luck by applying a
small amount of fertilizer with
residues before planting, then
side dress after the cotton is up
1969 Don plans to run a plot in
Station, to tost Jhe
use at cane state
One field has had cotton aftor
cotton for 8 years with different
fertiliser applied. This
comparison wMh that grown in
tee regular rotation which had
residues. The lasts on the Cotton
fiber etc. aren't back yet, but
they are not expected to be as
good as cotton grown in the ieg
The land does not work ai
good as that which has had resi
duee applied to It either.
In 1868 Don hauled 650 tons of
manure out of his feed lots and
spread on the land. In this amy
he makes full use of that part of
Don's other associated actlvi
ties include the cattle feeding
operation mentioned More, and
partnership In a certified "lied
house. He plans to Increase tee
numbgr of cattle he's feeding In
the near future. Most of tee feed
for this operation is raised on
The seed house eras put In to
fall and Is
stop here. Don plane to continue
fOl 4r3UMD9M?f - - nCX%
plans to plant a plot of sweat
sorghum that the Lnhbock .Ex-
periment station effl uee in de-
veloping a hybrid. Theee expert-
mental plot* as well as nume-
rous conservation practices are
always a part ef Dan's operation.
Allison G. Edwards enlisted In
tee U. a Army fee she yams, Feb-
ruary 11..HC has three years priot
sendee, saya HeeraMng Sergeant
Son at Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ed-
wards, he is married to the far-
mer Martha Brit Corporal Ed-
wardk will be stationed at Fart
Bliss where he wiU.be connected
with the guided miesle program.
John Adams was America's
first ambssador to England.
The Washington Monument
ment in Washington, D. C, is
955 feet high.
One peraon out of every 12 Is
DI,' O. E. Me IN TOSH
211 So. Main St Phone YUkon 8-3460
These Prices axe good in Thursday,
2 for 35c
11 lbs. 47c
GBAPEF1UIT 5 lbs. 33c
SHURFRESH • I
PORK & BEARS
Czean Style C0BN 15c
WHOLE or HALF—SLICED FREE Pound
CHUCK or ARM
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Bennett, Patrick. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1959, newspaper, February 19, 1959; Crosbyton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth243455/m1/4/: accessed January 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.