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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

Tv-^. V'' mm' 3®lr ■Mi ^sOTtefegi '.•'T'H.'AM' ::;■'. mm mRx^m ■ ■ i.; I.'1 1..1 f ■ |RHK iMWMfsii ,_. v.;-■ •:.-j—.—^—-— . • « . .. : rfcr- . w ii'xm. ___ _ ifcc -. . A Newspaper For The Whole people Of The South Plains Of Texas. ■ ■ CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 0,1009. eMttwflkjxl mmk&m m. HPr mmM-t I <> . Bank Bldg. Up Very Rapidly Work To Be Pushed From Now on With all Possible Rapidity Bank to Open lim* First j:w i&v Wv^ SiVWv, Mr. Petzel deserves much cred- it for the manner in which he is pushing the First National Bank building, the building is reach- ing considerable proportions, and it will not be lonjr jintil the fin- Bjip.fev,, i -JBfteft?:. [ - Vm J Bp I ri ■ ■ , • • W ; i J. K® tr : ■ v. * Si lahing touches will be put to it We are informed that all will be ready for business by the first of .Tnnft. The Safe has been placed | ■ !y?v:" I t i and the work will begin soon on the large vaults, the outside walls are going up rapidly. The fir...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

'SSBfipito nPWWI ,f 'is wmmmm W§S'llR wmmy, :' j ' '' fg^WOT i-.,'i lllll " ilii^ |*|f:.;V|. '-rfi|a. Mi ffflflgs&Q - £ 'mms I „ ' ii mottoes for «_> BBSr S®lMl Put a..„'__ i®S one half a to this greatest of all ap* .I • SfiAV . , , j ■ ■. . , t pleasure is the purest pleasure. There are roses with- out thorns. tm man must some recre- He ought e street with rers. or at the ■ He ought to find it He ought to do some- ch his family could It ought to be pure stimulating, The man so considerate and ecptk t will make this mat- ndary affair, but give thought of his life, a better man, a moral more considerate husband He will find y ties strengthened, so his children grow to man- womanhood, no place so attractive to them as Me at h6me.* These res that remain, that wither with time, that do ; grow bitter with., the years, want girls of some sense, ...... -.0 have a standard; of E >wn independent of conven- and are brave enough to live up to it; girls who simply won't wear a trailin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

Pfjjife Sr&iffit I!?®? v $ * <S " ':■& f msnam , ■ r ■, . , v:.' ' f* •:' ;-• - ' T- "'■'','' ■' ■'.' .".y.. '.'"'y yife I 1V1 I aint WfBmKEM mmMr''*' ■w—T—«!«.« . to I MIA. * ' 1— ' V • 7^7/'.'V:Vr/ . ''.SS* « ' [ T^.'f '^rr- ^V:'L - """"f " |MI F— ■am •rimmy*. I have a large Well; Assorted shipment of hats, shoes and gloves now on the shelves or on the road. These' goodfc" are fresh from the markets and are just what you need. Hats from $2.50 to $3.50. Shoes " 2.00 to .I,.: 6.00 Gloves " 1.00,. to.— 2 00 This line jof shoos consists' of the nicest styles in- high and low quarfers and in all grades of finish; patent, etc. $5Q. IN TRADE AND $5. IN CASH *• . . ' •' * V"" ' : " •'• " . «■ ' . , \ ... Gets a $40.00 Graphophone at my store. Do your cash trading with me and get this fine machine. It/ .will help happy-tip your home. My prices are just as low as if I was not giving this machine. So come and get one—one went last week. Let's see who gets this one. 1 keep needles ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

-.J- , <;v, . \i -'.V; i ' V ; rassips , :' •- £:L-. ' , v 'm ,y v' |§§jP^! Hi fss?" "1 m - BwHwB^y ^HS ■ - rv ■■•^- >-v v ^V:>-:i m ■ v •" " -; -■ • ■ ■ ■ - ■■ • •'•••• ■ ■ r*" "-'" ;•??£& - '«f idfcfo", ^ 9M r '.. ■' ■' ' . 1 ~i i «WMe.. - <,<-.. . . >'...:' '• ..*" M-i~!- .,.^.;*-V' , ■ v.. w w • *T?T-—••-.'■ '•;. V ,:•; ,•.:; ■/ ■ ft, •I,'*- & vjyr*fr '•' "wyli '■' -f EK#.C,'-',f r fee. Published The White Printing Company ""'&■ II iVHITE ASON& Props Crosbyton, Texas .. ....J,^ . . MwmV"''! . if P. E. WHITE, Editor r -Subscription $1.00 Single Copy r Year , ,.v uary 14, 190d, at the post-office 'at ffiSSbyton, T ixas, under the Act of t 3, 1879 " Adviertising Rates I page display ad. $12.60 per week. * «T f« 7.00 per week. e 20c per inch and readers 10c insertion. each ly. It is based on tribute them, and that"~tKe~~sfafe owes jjo other duty tg the crea? tyres of its laws, like the rail- roainind ether corporations, or to its people. It will be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

'M •V iiL. .' - . . >i; V '■ . .!. ) >i-*v ■JIJL— 1 5* "V* —r;. rr 7.™,"~ _•••'• --—■- ■ ' . • ! *M,'I >l'i * ■.1 -•■ ■ - -.«■ •_. 8K w*S f|S:>, ¥c:. 1; I ' I , 'a'ssj^'v. - *¥jv - From now to April the 1st we are making lower prices ^n everything in our line, and it will pay yojta to come one hundred miles to buy. at our store. We handle the famous Leudinghaus Wagon, in both Bois'darc and Standard 4*lm. A full line of the famous John Deer Implements. Agents for the Denton-Weaver Wire Co. Hacks, buggies, harness, gasoline engines, Star wind mills, pipe fittings, queen's-ware, Arcadian Malleable Iron Ranges—best on earth, and J. J, Case Threshing Machines. If you~want goods that will give you service call and examine our stockj before buying. '-March will be our special sale month and we will save you money. Come to see us. - - !" " " " iii I P&glSH I Bm \ i ii mr- i^':V W&toftr-Zr* ■ K- ml ■ ■> -• I v, •"v'-'*""'.. General Hardware Plainview Texas 1 1 fc;C 1 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

. .to' '• ■JfeiMrani ■ n a mm® ' . ■? MjwS ftfWN* 'vtrsiisfl™!- tfcs ■ l? i •*•: — (/-;.,n",1/ jv-y \''ik ^ ■' •'.:■;■■> -•-,. NMgfe !-■- acjn ■ • ' :^vt'.S 'fij v '"■ v Ar*-.,) .A'V;/ .• ;>.<'* • -:yv0-.' &m ■ i«! < h *3 7.' ''\"" - v ' ' " ' § lift :. • •■ '**& ;,i&; r'^r; Wllfcrf <•. • v.w "Ti~, MB ,e have a c„mp.ete stock of Future both in medium and Wgkgrad, gpod,. AVe a^LaKoT D is, and everything in the floor covering line. If you intend buying furniture we advise you to look ovtf our stock, g " 'ou a$ nice as we know h<jw. < §m"4"- : ~ ' jPp'Sfi TEXAS JWgffi^'. _.... pBBMBipB IT.vMllP 7~£ :--¥M ' ~"' Q . 7 * or w8tic#-..;w od team of mules; average years old; broke to"work. be seenatjny home 3 1-3 t.i .. -** • 1 _•.yfr1 *"* • leg southeast of Cone; ; A, • ^SSMSr"- W. D. Pickle. . -■ • " " * / Cone, Texas —— —..'.-rr-^ . ''f i—;—-- ■;. . new line of candy, stationery s just arrived at the iee * J *&| ■ . A* Bargain • . 160 acres of choice l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

f -k W sJ3M5& 9M7fa' m t-. *3? Htf* '4: - En Wm' vMthy. *,. \ -ism i^pii . I Jm f3 III' gr~ R::'-;" Southern Womanhood Whitethiredrtortrf this jour- nal was born jind. rajsed in the north, and married a northern woman, and all his and his wife's relatives are northern born, and are still residents of that section, yet he has had an abundant op- portunity to know something of "Southern Womanhood/' as we have visited many,' many sections of the south, and have been en- tertained by the rich and the poor, the educated and uneduca- ted; in fact, there is no phase of "Southern Womanhood!' but what we beleive~we are acquain- ted with, and'"Southern Woman- hood" is as true to the ring of pure daughters and pure mothers and wives as anywhere n\an maV go, I care not whether he trav- els north, south, east or west. While the north cari boast of more wealth, and white she can boast that Northern Womanhood any section on earth, she cannot boast of a purer Womanhood than "Dixie's Land;" and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 April 1909

^ lH * Ww* I Jb MHH — •, | -'- ■ liiiiiimnin Bkb&WP si® 1ft fc£ ; £w l^iw'ww.wv^r^p Ljgi ^Wli^^f'" Wmmm u^JBU .w®M« ,... 'v sjippi sP T JULIAN M. BASSETT, ^Rl i .M no !r¥ s rrrrrvr- ji, f f. '41''':' &r — xwmrn, BASS EMIM D|C'0;Mf ®S ? masK EaSBww :-A;C r.fu*"^ '- fafeg ' '. 5 1 . JjrWWK '■• !■' ^- *>'.]' 'I 1 f" 1"! * l fcfv".-.;."'. . fjMLii i ^SyK^vs.il^iS'iKvW-' * ' r^. IhSS - * ^ Basff™ MHs^B ■ r ;;: * ,r'-'^-vfe'' ' V''.' " -i'"^ ■' '''''(• '•■■•;■ ' S: ' • ■ : • ' S '■' ■ ' c /•X'-? oUUiii 'vi SKl^ iw rbncBv Awnhi^^ References:^; Amarillo Nat. Nat. Bank of Commerbci,^ g? SSr "J- llo, .Texas. - mmm. - • <|9HR9p!HBkv- ■ • ■' " •. " ! •-' ■ -•.'< ■ •• :"V . . •"■ , ■ •• -r .--if . Plains and Canon Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon. ^ 3200 feet. % < - ^ *vi^ Annual rainfall over 24 inches* mostly Jn Jth£ spring and summer. . ~ ^K^VBRtp COMPAN'S CH LANDS ENS" COUNTIES. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn. Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, -- '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

MiMrs w'mmm L •'*?'^ajFto) S m m W^mfm pSS^S-SS •. -i-Tr:"> ; .; "! :^s;rv. jv.--: «fW * 1M Ji i - ■ "i #*•* ■<imk WB Hfe? M Wa ri'% KT*< — S#SWiP1'' 'i'M'kII "'J. • a H -r- -T__ VOL t. CROSBYTOH, CROSBY cduNTY.TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15* 1909. ;'iSS . |J|jl K?"'J IK"-' -#? : iSf. " |v - Review Representative Makes Another Trip •i _ ■■ .■ ' ~ Good Prospects-Much Improve- ments in Homos And Farms- Good Peojple -%i: my. \ pr l"'/ I'Sv m I [ b J m On our last trip pleasure of seeing" more people who live to some we the bf the of the thriving town and in the blessed country to our north. Our first stop was at Cone, the beautiful little town in the heart of as line a farming settlement as is on the Plains oV any other place on the earth so far as we have visited. and all along the road is found the industrious farmer turning the soil and many planting his crop, the lands are in most cases in fine shape and most all through breaking. At Cone we had, the pleasure to call on" Mr. H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

~ wms mm —— mmm J atn who is Corner to _P9L-«, |L. 4Hr«. .garnii* I. ;jjj| ... woman J, "tuuoi - ' ^LZZL__ !." want •for the ed in the Woman's a card or a* youthink you think it good? I " the feoodI «an need some | the line, oracardofapprecia- p me along more than . Why I want one to write me is because to know how many women ing-thia. department of iew, and the -Editor of of con- a from all over the tates in his good work, One given a firm foundation of character Itko this* which poorest as well as the richest can give to their girls, and no matter what necessity arises, they will be able to rise above it. Cotton prints in imitation of >e real East Indian fabrics are now found in all department stores. These make very effect- ive hangings. .They are not ex- pensive, the.v wash well, and they give to an otherwise plain bedroom, a warm and Cheerful effect at very little cost. To Protect a Bureau One housekeeper who has hogany bedroom furniture and a careless family, has hit upon a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

« . i-flU masm -n~rz£? Wr-M BMftKfc! . '- N. H. White returned from I iff iSSJ, r ■ i KT fcrr if® V .v . BP- • h—-— te-'-- ■ F. v, \ h • ifit . • iSv >!•' m;1' • M% ■ V-/ A new line of candy, stationery and notions just arrived at the Post Office Bldg. Big. Six is making the trip reg- ularlyin two "hours. It saves time and worry to ride BiarSix. Mrs. Hames of near Mt. Blanco was in Crosbyton Friday, with a load of produce. < . Brit Wilson came in Friday with a load of freight for C. H. Taylor. . Rev. Hussey of Emma, will be- gin a protracted meeting at the Crosby torr Hall on the afternoon of the fourth Sunday at 3 o'clock. Hoft" Lloyd A. Wicks, and lady "returned from Amarillo and other jpints last Friday evening, hav- ing been gone for several days. another part of the p&per is a fair write-up of his trip.' * Our Sunday School is doing well and much interest is taken by all the young people of ttye town -and surrounding 'com- munity. - / If you have anything that you wan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

iv i ■ , ■ ' -t ■ * rr — - pgiflps 7k. T^v^-'s, "S "■''!' X' ■' : 5 MMB 1 v>: •*mmm •MMSSfti m mmgmm mmm = WXiWML 5!hr"/£? rnmmmm mm , — Slsifa WaWaaAw.^S'.*-.--. HVBHrapV. ;r.-''-rJTii". "-A •• • - v- ~7!PH "f.7^;'v'1.:""!T'-"'":'ir^ '••**■*:."*;nvi'S*'"r',{*- ■: lui« S S®8 , SaNwBS VJ''+u ' • ■ ■9 « ' !"■ V V| ^-faa SSI Ml Is ssar-ai :<•'> s I PW ii ...^ ■■ i§$ 1 V Ut1 ~ i$ P)l M :?t &*«,.%' I have a large • -L • shipment of fiats,' shoes and gloves now on the shelves or on the road. These goods are fresh from the markets " are just what you need. from $2.50 to .... .$3.50 2.00 to 6.00 Gloves " 100t<£.,. 2 00 This line of shoos consists tartilglr SHI; and low quarters and in all grades of finish; patent, etc. $50. IN „, AND $5. IN CASH = Gets a $40.00 Graphophone at my store. Do your cash trading with me and get thisfine machine. It will help happy-up your home. My prices are just as low as if I was not giving this machine. So come and get one—one wertt last week. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

PLAINVIE^j ^Ye a ca^ptetfe^stop^ of Furniture both in medium .and- high graide goods. ;We. jhlIso^ offet very interesting prices on Linoietinitis, anil everything in the floor covering line. If you intend buying furniture we advise you to look over our sto we will treat you as nice as we know how. ■*' i •S mm to I in IOC p H&. M';. ■ i ■....... | 1 A. m.. '-Mr IjF';' ^ la ■ES4r- ■ a . . b ■fe:.- im mm-' News from Wake still in scarcely obtain i, $!?■ -<r. 4; "V ■ST Editor Review _ Just tell'them we are the-ring but can any distinction on account of this booming Crosby ton. 3- ,, • Our people are still trying to keep on tfie "Sunny Side of Life'' Not withstanding.the long con- tinued drowth" and high winds. 'Tia an evil wind that brings no one good," and the old timers know that -our - sains usually como late ao w-e-aee no cause lor alarm. Mrs. Mattox of the Leather- wood ranch has happened to quite a serious accident having fallen and broken one of her lower limbs. Mr. R. 0. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

0->W:'P'ii 4W-y!%-'K |1| ■*" ■#„ " 1 i I* ' . S'fe. ^ ■ . Jtf % ■ — '** ifS ¥W' " i' ■ *-m i— ' ■ ■ ■ t> ""■ 'W^ij . >v; Bf$ai -,/• : ' - * " ■'-- . V .■ ; iBHk ■ :■■■.; ' ; ■ '• .' " _ "liW " ■ " W -■:. ■ . BA^SETT, JULIAJV M HM GENTS FOR References _ .. vyt,."Si iV^r- : - , "••:,■ ■• '■f -': y^fiw 4U*. "TW,, ' ' / r- Blanco Canon. and Canon Lands on £.||r^As?\:i:;. fp-; ' Ef; ' 1 C O M P A a Hi'. ■■'.■■ .. — -> .•': , , •—— fV " ' * For Sale Ojn. Easy Terms In Tracts Of 'GOMPAN'S LANDS § COUNTIES, TEXAS. _ 'r~y'"T >* ,|V Qra >ver 1 tmn * -IS--' .>z Altitude 2800 to 3200 feet. ik rainfall over 24 inches, mostly in the spring and summer. !'-:;3'.V' . •" "'. r -—' - r,\ "' Farming, Corn, Wheat, 0#ts, Alfalfn, Vej '."V ■•••,<•" ■'■■-' '■• v. ■ ; *• • 7 ; ■ * iv ><'!}v,vv -; ... 1, '•" *■ V. V '■ ' ■■' .. ........ . neftfafc « " to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevik here*—* Xw):-- lip Gin is in operation on the Crosby County tract. i -hi it • * ■ j COUN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

I I " BUll ■■■til ;-afeX ■'■ mmm *■>«■■* . - „v- —* • •••• y* . ,• '",* , " > Vf. ,i'.' ix/i'i * ' .*i,>- - •. ' . ■ .•;.,. * _____ ;■;• -•'^ ■^:',i ■ ftv. -a* rWwJ(^ * 4* +-• ^ +« v ?« f« !« 4* •** 4* •?• 4* +K •*+ -*«• *N •** +*+ •*<• •?- *♦<• *+ *'« *♦* •** •$• **+ ^ J* *t+ ^ ^ *♦« 4 4* 4* v •$• ^ •$• * ft- J. > Wr1'- s - •■ #IP!£ -o Bp .•!■''■-■■ life; * ?' Mrfw'^-jV! ; I ■ •- • • C :---• fc.';■ ;7~"'r*Y*v, ■ ^ . # ■ ■ . J • % - ■ ■:r~TT^' '■ :■■■'' '■•■-' - ■ .. . ■ .' Vv raSSBi \,. , \' | I ',7,;i*r" :j —' a i — • ( -' . ■> I i n i i From now to May tfhe 1st we are making lower prices on everything in our line, and it will pay you to come one hundred miles to buy ^t our store. We handle the famous Leudlnghaus Wagon, in both Bois'darc and 'Standard Rim. A full line of the famoup John Deer Implements. Agents for the Denton-Weaver Wire Co. Hades, buggies, harness, gasoline; engines, Star wind mills, pipe fitting^; queen's-ware, Arcadian Malleable Iron Ranges—...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 April 1909

,V ^ .v - - t iiiiMyi wmmtmB W ■"tfe-'J: ♦* S IBwt^fa — -•"" -• - ,.-.■ - ■ -■• •. :-a apwwgjsiBpgi^iiiaai!^ ,lV", "?;3 " ' . BSPksI fell selected, well recited was a treat to all. The talk by Rev. Freeman was lyappreciated and he cover- a wide field in his remarks, ig back some three thousand t$e Cfcfri8t;;and on down "~~mt Uroe.t His talk mmharflri hy all present, especially by the Crokbyton can boast ay School and a reik- is element generally, that few "ge and size can. We id Influence herettnd set of young people that ive ever seen associated to- . ) a trip north after a line of prospectors on May 1st., and I ask you to list your land with me if you have anything to sell.: I have some choice tracts now to o#er and if you are in the market v for a home or a good safe investment, 1 can supply your de- ' sides along this line. 1 shall advertise my list later and will get in and keep in touch with monied buyers. Seeme for what you want to buy or what you want tosell—it will pay you....

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 April 1909

... ■ MES&nMltiS&Sf fl.1i.iijw>- >i>'-| I ,pinti> T > . . • • ^ '• v( •''r ' "■ - • '.•■ V "' " '• "' ^ ,v:v:V ,,^r :--l..^-'.."........ - . .. o ,■•>*. . - A Newspaper For The Whole People Of The South Plains Of Texas. I j r\ N® ■H ' iSSI J f i f VOL 1. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22,1009. mm y. JL X '] ■ -.V : I ET Y'-<- \ Commissioner Kone and Party in Crosbyton Wednesday Night Com. Kone and Party, Con- sisting of Col. D. H. L. Bonner and Tom Frazier, Addressed a Large Audience At 7:00 o'clock Wednesday evening the distinsruished gentle- men mentioned above arrived in Crosbyton, accompanied by the Crosbyton Committee, and Don. H. Biggers and others of his town, who are members of the commercial club. After a short rest at the famous Inn, the Judge, Uncle Dick, and the Hog Man announced that they were readv for the speaking, as the hour for business drew near. At 8:30 o'clock the house was fi'led to overflowing, and was called to o...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 April 1909

AJa to i^'sEaliS — :.~SW ■"■•■■■.' r mmrn wmmm feMfwMM - ^^T-.;ft.,. iiii)lu.;.^.^i,!<i—4nj-.~ • • -:•;: ft1-f. f- •'.« ,V ...... • 'i-"fl/i*! A *11 i'i ttf ■■ • > "~rT^ *™' .''T'"• *r?\™ Kiifl M IB1&H imm ¥'.'Wmt HH D & IW PLA1NVXEW, SMBMiMsK e have a complete stock of Furniture both in medium and We very interesting prices oleumns, and everything in the floor covering Ijne.^ If you intend buying furniture we advise you to look over our stock will treat you as-nice as we know how. \V; ¥,%;<* <#*■: j* D ■,""' '' '■• '■' "." lursday by Published every The White Printing Company Not Incorporated ' ~ ' WHITE * 80N9r Prop8, Crosby ton, Texas - "v . Mit sSiSfefc'^, . ",'S1 F. E. WHITE, Editor Subscription $1.00 Single Copy A " "Entered as second-class matter Jan- §& liary 14, 1909, at the post office at n T under the Act of Review regularly every week and it is just like getting a (jitter from home. John 1 have< the consolation to know that I was the first woma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 April 1909

■IIM ' "* V?' -;.T V^VA'VI ■ •• • -r. nPyWSyWi' '*,•■ *( «l —■jh-tii-. ti::¥,ni, m ' xstum -L. .'.i,^ Calls Extra Session ^ Submits Bank Guar^iiity p .. . ki fe ■ © Sc£ . L — g& ,w' i '•■ IiA I'1 'i _i Massages S6nt to Both Houses Of Legislature Easter By Governor Campbell • Austin Tex., April 11.—Gov. CampbeU today sent to the Leg- islature two messages. te first, which was delivered e Senate when ib met in the morning, and to the House when - it met this afternoon, was in the nature of a roast, giving his rea- sonsf^r having to call a second special session. Later in the day he sent in a second message, transmitting his proclamation for a second called session, , The text of these messages fol- lows: Executive Office, April 10 '09. To the Legislature: The Con- stitution of this state imposes upon the Oovernor, among other things, the duty to "recommend to the Legislature such measures as ne may deem expedient." Compliance with this provision of the Constitution is always the s...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 April 1909

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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