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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

. - - ■' . ' - . ' ■ ... • > V, : .....i ' ' ; ■' " ■ . ■ ■ ■■■ ■■.-■■■■ iiw® ; n •'..V,. V ' M '' v.1 ffff: * •■ ■ ■ • ■ .v.": ive Stock ._ J u! ia n'ltt. Bassett, - -.. Manager P. 0, Address, Oosbytoji, Crosby Co., . TEXAS • BREEDERS AND DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE RANGE CATTLE "OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS. u i '/vfvw't * mm ■ * J: ^ i p a n y - " Northern Office - • . 1101 AlcCormick Building CHICAGO, , " -I>-L L I. N -0--I S* 118 ■ In Crosby and Dickens Counties, m WSm ! 'k. Plains and- Valley.Lands on both sides of and including Blanco'Canon Altitude 2800 to 3000 feet. Annual.rainfall over 22.6 inches mostly in the spring and summer. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat,, Oats, Alfalfa,, Vegetables, Fruit, Cotton. * Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. —A first-class Cotton .Gia is in-operation-4n"Crosby ton Hogs thrive and are free from disease. ^ This range includes the ""Silver falls in -White River, fed by never failing springs". Thirteen mil...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

a i. - ^ mm mSS; t- •. ■hBH sill - < > v ■ i W *¥\ ■ <it PB iiiii PasEy^'''' - *w *^!B8ffli . ., -■, . ,'. 1 ■ ' ' ' r ip""& •«& & & «a~ & & V ,.4* 'it 'Br ^SaBrS ^ Jfei #„, % t ' -JMandCo)^ SlS' J J&ertean |p f^foifimd Lightcd-Steamlleafcd Running Water. ^dai^ $2.50^per day-Special Table Board and Monthly Rales ;,.• ,,;..V;-,,,._. %SNW CAM® ON THE TBAIL" ; ^ Crosbyton, Crosby County, Texas :;V>• .• '.' . • ' ;' _ ;• ' , •■ , '• -■ >■•'•*-•■«•- '■..', , The Ten A dry goods manufacturer, who has a large number of em- ployes," has popted up m various departments of his establishment cards which bear the above heading and-'the following "de- mandments"; _ First.; Don't lie; it wastes my time and yours. > I'm sure to . catch you in the end, and that'§ y the wrong- end. , '■*" f - Second. Watch your work, not the clock. A long day's •2° ,_itp to some •of psychology. ■ ' -| You Can Search Us" Hlere*s something that , comes 'nighty close to us,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

. - ' ' ■ IS--''■ ■ ■ ■ ' ■ ' ■ ; . ■ :-n -.j <>%m. 8 - - >• '«• i * «. ^ 7,. \ — ' .--v • ■ .. i ' '■ ■ ■ " ' i iiiiiiii. iiiii : A- , v ; v " - '.;-tv'.- . . i.•'• "" , . :■ -> "( 'M'M. •V:';."- S-- mmm '' ' ' ^:;4I EpR'S; HOTEL '"$ow Open for All. American Plan. Modern in Every Res- pect. ' ; "Rates: , . " $1.50 per day. Meals 35e. Special rates by week or month. ' A. Do Myers, Prop. Crosby ton, - -Texas. ">/*, J Id6a That Makes for Comfort and Adds to Appearance of v, A. 4« 1 l-'; J. C Wooldridgg; •- . "Lumber, Laths, Shingles,. Sash, Doors, m . > - *f , " * I Mouldings, Liirne, Cement, Sherwin- | Williams Paint, Screens,. Etc., Etc. I " Yards at Crosbyton, Floydada'and Rlainview. L.--H. Hawkins, "Mgr. Crosby ton. tex. ■ ' ' a •looking ftfTSliround Estaead'O. Mr. Jay made a flying trip to the Hale coxrnty fiu'rsery last week-.. Prof. Sphere, a teacher from Hale County-, was at Estacado on business Tuesday. —■■■*?■ _ ■ With best wishes tp all I am._ The Owl. [No...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 June 1911

• *#a| ^BOiUtf . jvi«, . * S v . , Z'* ' 'TV « * ': y~ ,' " SB ■ ■ "..■•■'Ki 11 11 MH& ■ilip ■n I ■ - mm m &■ ,v"'V: ;' : c '.^" ■■-v'e':; -- t■ .' T'^ . : .-■- , ■ •' "'t i. . '■■'. ■->'- -*K ■". , ■!> wfciMl .r,!m, '' ■-' ' u.:'4 V-'; ,t« •$• <$ *j* 4* 4* 4* •$* 4* 4* T •$• it 4" H h *f* •$? •$• *$ STO l>: v r: FOR THE HOUSEHOLD, FARM, RANCH AND TRAIL. ,- „ .7" wee^t what do yoti think about it? For what reason do we advertise? ljbalse evfeiy customer ^nid at all times our stock is kept in good shape, $0 that anybody can select what they wapt/.from the shelves, warehoused We handle everything in dry goods, groceries, shelf and heavy hardware, and almost anything „els6 you- may 'want. ! Our m-are here and we have an iip-to-date-Hne-llHaftres and agent's slippers and shoes. J Call and ^e'el^em, you are welcome. I . .. _ fW<l ™v; H 1 >?;i 1.. -a When it comes to dress or work shoes we are there with the goods." Take a look and YOU'LL PURCHASE. 'J" !■•;> M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

*!/,<•.'«! ,*v "v/1 , f s . * - • |ii , 1 * > 1 *< s H| |J$ 1 H| I : ^ ^ * "k L r i ljS| ^ 1 * (ByS v j , ^ , **151 |!fc « ' ■,.$&?• W, *' * J^gS" ■ -Al ^ ■• i 4 ' ,H„ J , " ) . , , 1 MIS t •-: - m iwm N e w s.p a'p e r F o r .All if T-.iie South Plains Texas Urea! SF55 CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911. i ■'; -:;v S §S|I At That Time On The South Plains of Texas-' ~v Emma School '"r-x"' - JiS- • ■ . - , ^ Three years ago last Month! It is expected that CrOsbyton was held the general "round-1 will,double in population in the Pktrirt Refilled UP" °f the -N- cattle,- and on j next twelve months, or eighteen the very spot where we stand i months at the outside, and with today. At that time there was thejmsh of our people we will . j r? Mr.- W. E. McLaughlin, on be- half of the Emre a School District which recently voted $15,000 bonds, went to Austin last week for . the purpose of having the bonds approved. There 'Were a great many people in the coun- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

•• £ V"i% 4^L a ffffTOafetarf ^Aw,.T4 ^ ^ t - 1 *7^ ^ [\^<f *" • 1 ^ <-L $ v ■ " ■ r."'- u .' '$- .'.■... : -' '/ '\ . :^.v - : :: >-. , - •' - ■ • '" - gDr, - , •■■. ,-. - , >:■-■ ■ x ■-"■-'■•■r . .-, 1 .■ • . . . .-" n~■■ : , x ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ . ' . 1 /- : ■ ;: ; • - . - :•;. - ■ ' " - :.: . / ttzmn: V '"' 5T :t ." : - . "? ' . ■ )•• '■ ' "V. ' . :■ -• -...;.. ■■■■ V . ■-.■■-■■V ■ •■' .■v--}>; ■ ■ >■ .' -..r ■ •■■■■•■.. -.--...w-:- .■^■-i-^v^v--^.^ [V-H','S-v. ■- ' -* a, --I-—--^ - ,- --■ - ■ - )■ , ' ■••■• ■• - -.- ■, '• 1 -'W^:..,,^- -- -U ■-' '-'>■ -L -J-, ■' .444M Farming is a Science' -*- . ing their industry to its fullest *y—-~ - v y ,..' :v:^>^ "'!'.< '..,. m. ,■ •jkAefe vjidfedyyidbyyfcKaicSteNC theVvigwam ■ ■' ■■ ■ " :-■■■ Ct^byt ni;.|jE^:; HI ;#-v on American Plan t ,: "■ J ■ '■ ■ .. ■■■ ■-;■■' - A, '"•• '-..' - " ■■ .*■'■' . ,A- / Jim . — fecial Monthly Rates or Meal Tiekets The Optimist Services of the honest hoy £|fgrajtein demand. No one Wants ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

is - the v.- ' " V.,.\."."V , 1; :/ . ; .;,; pardon, and which make it a fine art to deei^e^when to release and when to confine a suppliant. For unquestionably times dp come when it is the dvifey of ex- ecutives to undo the "effects of. haste or procrastination of courts, to accept the proof fur- nished by new evidence as t6"a prisoners innocence and to act accordingly, and to credit-' the word of prison administrators as to J; he reformation ofva;? prisoner and'his fitness to emerge a? 'a free man. Justice may then demand a pardon. But to ^dis- criminate between Turned 'Km, Both Down. his hide so'full some it Strange things still occur in | will kill him and the community the world, but about the-Strang- is all the.better .off. When Pro- est thing that has occured to the I hibition gets to controlling' ap- Review Editor for at least a . petites, then the Newspapers time, is the fact that this week . wi.ll run some free dope telling we had two visitors,-011a was a j the. good people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

« SSll IBf® ,, .Aj- a Thoraiiay By } of I HI ! ' ' ' ' 3S. WHITE, Editor and Prop. W&tf mgmwho hasadrep ' ern b!< ^ ^ourskigr thru anainst the saloon, —Midland Examiner, : SMscr " Entered as 8 1909 t t e Matter Jan. Croaby- under th^ act of March 3 ■Ml { per week, " page display ad $8.00 per week, page display ad; $5.00 pe^week one fourth page 20c per-inch i incertion^ Locals and readers 10c «ach insertidfu— ggS| _ play advertising on the first page, time is not specified all advertis- . ^ ,er will .he run until ordered t'ccoft5ingly. All church and lodge directories will > • ( or :iL lUc rate of $1 per il ci'Hf;' notices for enter- als,.., \ '1t - ' J >. ; A'iMiraion ". . charged for , ' "(>j ;>;< • Hue* just the. same as any other advertising. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Anj erronpus reflection upon the character, standing'" or reputation of i _> or corporation which > in the, columns of the / will be glady corrected upon being brought to the attention of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

== Jiifiiaim M. Bassett, Manager J". 0. Address, KEEPERS AND"! r Crosbyton, Crosby Co., "" TEXAS ".imnT.i" .Sm) ■ imw.'.'.|,:il'lA . .. \HM\m GRADE RANGE COTTLE OWNERS Or -N- FARM LANDS 1101 MeCormick CHICAGO, / >='-* >-fv -•V I. ILLINOIS | In ' Crosby and Dickens Counties, ir 'a~~ CR^SBYi goukty; MOT '' ' "r - ' • y. > .: ir p Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon Altitude 2800 to 3000 feet. , ' - Annual rainfall over 22,6 inches mostly in the spring and summer. " : Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, . Cotton. i' v; Cottofi yields one-half to three-fourths bale to, acre. No weevils here-. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation in Crosbyton " Hogs thrive and are free from disease. > r This range includes the Silver "falls in White River, fed 6y never failing springs. Thirteen million gallons of water low over these falls every day. " Over five-sixths of these,,landsare on . the. ^plains; .are very ferti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

■m G1HB f . ■ J mmlmm jpw r- Ma 1 J '35Wi''1-'-*yti!''i '^'"'i '"^flV > >' 'i>r see our ! 1 ." , >, FARM; RANCH AND TRAIL. •*•• • ' *. *' ••"*•• • « ■„ ' ' ■ .. ... . -rr* "• }* week what do you think about it? For what reason do we advertise? Hi --'isfssm> 1 . I ~5*rr ed that the C#os%to'ii Supply-Store did not have ail advertisement" in. WE ARJELO.LAIX OF IT. I the good people of Crosby and adjo!ning WUnties; that they may know aboiit ihe up-to-date on Hand, that they may know whereto go-to get .the-best values. - Our efforts to "please the people" has been very satisfactory;« to please every customer and at aU times our stock is kept:.in good shape, so that anybody can Select "what they want" from the shelves, louse. We handle everything;in dry goq<ds, groceries, shelf and heavy hardware, and almost anything else-' you may' Our are here and we have an up-to-date line of ladles and geht'^s sUppers^nd shoes. Cal.iaiid see them, you are welcome, B ' i , : ' 4 ... ^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

SIS What Will He Make ' I have a prof una respect for boys. tousled attraitfe me strangely, rA boy |s a m$m in the cocTOn-ryoudo not kno.wiwhiat he is going; <<EI^s come—his life is big Mt^many possibilities. He may make or unmake §inj|s, charge boundary Tines between states, write books that will mold character, or in- /*///;' , ij; *71 . J1 X , I have a profund respect for -/ p o«uwy i^ureu. 1 il^llQll Y f|1!FV F INM! 1! the boy3' ragged, . Caldwell, Texas, May HO** ■ ^. .Vf; ■<*.,■. tousled b0#s in the streets often 'Miss M. Kraemer was seriously in in' in'" "l - - N®r «v*a' M>l>MnM/v/\l«r A;- l\Atr in rs • ' •'"! * 1 :■>P+ .- 1 AT Crosbyton CommenciirgSafurdaf Jan. 14 and every Saturday ~ "thereafter as long. ■ ■ as the patronage justifies, Our •'; Sheller, Grist Mill ' - and -Crusher will „■•*■ % be. operated £of T 4 ' • " ' . the 'PUBLIC ' A, ?■., ' V! - fl =S= Girl Palls From Ferris Wheel; Is Seriously Injured f , t- c ■ -?v-: .wm A injured yesterday it Seco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 June 1911

iSfissssii Hj T". 83 . .71 llpp «!' *'1 y1' . - " . If.' ■ -. ■• - sfk>*« ..«jg| nH&Mi wgmKMm i IliSlilll® CHAPTER "XXV—Hope is- told of the Aeath at her brother by Keith. He again cornea across Christie Maclaire. : ' '-I BR: XXVI—Keith tries to- learn what representations Black Bart lias BORDER EJI stOTy of deep heart mys tery intrigue and" e Bill 111111 inimitablyfascina - I v~ tale ff the Indian days on the Western frontier Will Appear - in Serial . Forma i mi v.... V/[ v'u&. •:J W&Mm. mfMWiim Don't miss, it, if, you can enjpy reading a) real good - A TALE OF THE PLAINS By RANDALL JBARRISH Author of "MY LADY OF THEBOUTH,:' " WHEN WILDERNESS WAS KING." etc. tBnatratipns by DEARBORN MELV1LL. {.Oopyi'fsht, A, O. McClurg cSreoi,1910:^ Following is a synopsis of the Great Plains Story, that will be- gin in'oiir next weeks issue. If you appreciate the country you liv^ in you must know something ^Tthehardships of the fronteer, and the trials and tribulations of our pionee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

vV m mm I'jilik. jH P e dpie Gre a t P! a j n s Newspaper Soutti Texas ■■ Hi Crosby tonLive Three-Year-Old Remarkable Growth of Plains Prodifiy GerttiineXivic... . Phenomenon By.The News Staff Correspondent. Crosby ton, Tex.. June 10. 1 ^Readers of Dickens .)vill well re member ''The Infant Phenome mon, in the Vincent Crummies theatrical troupe--and that is what Crosby ton is—an" infant phenomenon. Originating^but' three years ago on an erstwhile favorite prairie sod roundup1 ground of ithe C B Live Stock Company, JCrpsbyton already counts inci- dents of marvelous civic growth as follows; A population of 1,000.- a railroad; a $16,000 bank and railroad operating headquar- ters . building; a second bank;- will be erected ne$C~year, with the use of the present depot itt*ucti?re for freight alone. ..A new $3,500 business house- is now being erected, while 'several other structured of like character are in active contemplation. J. M. Bassett will at: once build an $8,000 residence; J. C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

■■■■■■pr ■ *,«;«? *wtrVW*Ht < •^wvwy wt'W1" *e* *■ ■ v- r?"1":* ffiBi Bill® 'm - h 4v>r u , f ■ ;/ C<pr vite&m'SV.r'rk ' - MflSffiffiSSii? m HB8 11 H ' ," •';y-:,.: lis and Paid Out of each Also *—' l.V ' 1 '«•' 'LwsL' - Also amount of_ A , - .* ■. . mt due, wit * - - - ■M-v'fl Si ISSS^ K*-; '$L -l P"" l nil 11 v.'HU."1 One of the best types of cul.i- for our, use Js one^ that carries three small shovels on leave^-the in better each side, this will smoother and year viz:" 1 To B'alaiice, UK t t Received, ount' • 3 red from Other Funds, unt t, - 213.71 33.00 - * 500.00 , 7(37.57 r, ■ r • 981.28 - • 981.28 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND, 2nd CLASS. i rnkX-^ m -JSM ^Ifll Po Balance, Over Draft,; it Mv\d, u ? U u^By Balance, . DR. 2,872.59 CR. ,38 .55 2,8J1.66. 2,872.59 2,872.59 • GENERAL FUND, 3rd CLASS ■ DR. Fo lance; * ; To Amount Received, -* By Amount Paid Out, , j By Amount Transferred to Other Funds, lance, . ; - "vi:: ~ y\-~: ' - CR. 2,263.80 6,116.34 ' . .. 5,521.91 500.00 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

' -• ' : ■ ::.r' "' '■* L / -y ■ ' & ■ ■ ■ :■ ■ ■ ''" : -V'. ■ I .V,, ;r ...■ ^x, . • '• ■■ . . . . '• . vW* ■. ■' . v ; ,, ^r.:.--. "XL. >,,r ,-. £ u.m; . v ' ' ' •a !ar. -V; " fHI Pi j V : § m m&-+ ; ESBaSKSaESBS JUC. Wooldridge Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors, . M. . ^. • " -Y'v / ' •" ,'jji ;' • t . . Mouldings, .Lime, Cement; Sherwin- Williams Paint, Screens, Etc.; Etc. ^ ^"■ r^ards atGrosbyton, Floydada and Plaipview. [1C, E Hawkins, Mgr. Crosby ton, Tex. Crush Your< Weed AT # <§> <&> Crosbyton Gin Professional aiict ^me^s ....Directory.... , . $1. pgr inch per month. • ' LLOYD A. WICKS ^ AUorncy-af-Low ; General ."Practice. 'Abstracting and • Land Transfers ja Specialty. Crosbyton. '' Texas 1) R. Ji,JP^STOQFa-l Pyhsieian and Surgeon Crosbyton, - Texas W. E. CRANFORD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; GenerahPraetic-e'- Land matter's a specialty - Crosbyton, .Texas Hugh Metcalfe A ttorriet^at-1 ,aw' '4 Notary in office Citizens Natio -of CROSBYTON, <r _ &l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

Ml V1 ■■ ( ' & 5# ' fffillll KM is i I® Review -- led Ev rj- Thursday Bjff:-. ! INul INCOHIWAlf'D] ', 1 , . % WHITS!, Editor and Prop. i|S|| - ■{•' jtion $1.00 pet Year ingle CopVi'Sc. - ' ;,:s .: S-; ^iwsyy-- ,i. Texas* under the aftt of March' 3 • / ' ■ .._•••'•• - . Pull page display ad, $15.00 per week, v. ol . ' Less than one fourth pake 20c per inch ' 'v- r-per-Hne each insertion than under the ; hit 'and .miss plan. WhaTwonld be even more: of a remuneration would be the interest and, satisfaction that from .being master of conditiqns, > 'o* ,> to, them.,: ■ Ws: like t . do well. The ft ;o take : , ; <!Oi> | i, , > } iji:; | own 11 , ■„ ^ she 111- ... " , • - • > j . rib j E,y v., ■ , '■■:"■> ■ '* The ieport of 'the .rally --of ,o , . ' M lib - oi ty- shouters in Fort Worth J J. M. BASSfcfTr, 'President * - r—■—I—. , " Rv U( s« w. D. iter First church mid lodge directories will red for at the rate of $1 per .&II rending notices for entep- > . '....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

' , ■ • .[>*.. • " ' " ' ■,:'i ,. ~f?; " ■ , <?'. ' ' ■'• • ■' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' V " *. SB - —-rr>- — r"~~-- - til ; - 1B ■■•■■■■-." , , :.' " 7 ■ - .^.v. , ,;'v - f -r, :jhl; Julian M; Basseft, :Ma nuger Address, Crosbyton, Crosfey Co., TEXAS. ' ; :7c . M ■ ■ ' -V.—- illiiyf: ',r. •. - i . * ' ,: ' '--VX -r BREEDERS AW DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE RANGE CATTLE OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS •-Northern Office • . 1101 McGprmick Building CH*IGA<5% I L L I N O I $'3* Plains .and Yalley Lands on both sidesand including Blanco Canon1 XItitiidd 2800 to 3000 feet. ■ . , ' *r" V. • ' -V. " Annual rainfall over 22.6 inches mostly in the spring arid summer. Adapted to SLtock Farming, Corn,. Wheat, Oats, .Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, ■ - ** * t ■ Cotton. ,. , • •• ' ' . . Cotton, yields one-half to three-fourths bale" to acre. No weevils here. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation in Crosbyton - - ... • Hogs thrive and are free from disease. * , pZ-omAouftTV l.tnw otl/Pw^ToRy CROSBYi. CGUKTYi RA...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

■ -• i,r,--- • r -W <?**■• -■< -*'*■ ■"?>*& iiWKZMi, *-***■ f ■} V'''■'-• ^^^ , ■ •' *1 ' --" S 1 i«si «Vi> , *'<K i i ,V ^n' £ \ ' . . , - 1 ^ .... "i* * 1 c jpji ^ t. tl Iv , r > _}-; ^ : ^.f: _ , ^ _ _ „.... , . r"""-^:.;;; iKVl? <?AW <KW* 0\W> «M>** 4*\y© ; ; •• •; 7"-;:~;-."--: :' i '■' .' ■' I ;:. f I ■ ■ [" [ 9 I 9 - I fgffl I m PIBI WU :: <... ,../;; about it? For what reason do we advertise? : t '--^ "." ■ " '^ ■ .■. ■ | " There Jiasfriey?2*■ We advertise becaus .ock of goods weT^fetF v« « fner and at all time stock is kept in good shape, so that anybody can select what they want from the shelves, showcase or warehouse. We handle everything in dry goods, groceries, shelf and heavy^hardware, and almost anything else you may want. Obr ^Spring goods are her© and we.have an up=to«clate line of ladies afid gent's slippers and -shoes.. Call and see them, you are welcome. " f ^ v _ Store didnot havt an advertisement^ in. WE' ARE GLAD OP IT:" to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

,:■■ . . ^ • ..j , . - : - I "' -' ■■■''■ : 'i- ' .: /'■ .' ' • . ■ ; . . ^.. . . •" . ■ :./ - .. .■ . ' , ■■ . ' ' ■ ! . . • ■■ ■ 1 . g;"1"^1!"1 ' "JJUi'HI ^"inn m M ji i ■ H„LM 1 '".'i "ln'UUlf J"-"'! ' "'U ' 1 *VW «?—■ %y k;: :a'm Cm-U gplllglgl The Following Uve Topics Will Be Discussed At 8:30 the eve of the 27tH sermon by RevfTr. ~B. Bonnet .^ The Institute will open at 10 a. m. the 28th withspecial ■p. Prayer Service for our Sunday School work . Rev., W. H. Carr. 10:15. The "importance of the Sunday School and its--■■••place ■ 1 *.*1tTian. Church, . j-^—r Rev. W.rL£s&. - i " 10:30. How to build up and maintain the Sunday School , ii|S4 .;.y.:;..::^'::;,;::;,..:'....Rev. Hfe:nry';E^Sin,'ith. 10:45. Modern Sunday School plans such as may be 'usetf*^ in town or country •..... ' ...:.Rev. R. B. Bonner. 11:15. Material equipment, tliat is necessary to the best work..'..-. . Rev, J. T. Hicks, P. E. - 11:25. Mor^l and Religious Benefits of the SundaV School Ju<lge Pink L. Par...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 June 1911

'• .'V '• ' ••'I--''"*-* ■:■!.- i .'.■: Jifi, ^ ! ^ JSeSBtoiBEiSB^MitoU ■ ^ ^ f > jf**;"! isiplppi -' s "S : sif^jsi CUiiU 3>tA1F1$ daluPappish- ... I'F'MV LADV-OF THE SOUTH* V^eW Wilderness Was King? EkEk .: -''ItJUataATIOHS Sv P^AWBgBWMei-VIM.- ..,.„ _ .... . pitnci -wandere* roaming: war parties, attacking travelers on the trails, raid- ijig exposed settlements,' and oeca4 sionally venturing to try open battle fike mudl vqUiilft of amqppip in this stress of sudden emergency— '•very available Soldier on active duty, —civilians had tyeen pressed into sery- visiou. Both horse and jid^laiuly W< "and hazily, despatehed ,to^wap exhibited signs of wearinesp. biitT'expoaed-settJers, guide wftgon^tfalns. HHBHMniJIIiwS •-- fdr; carry degpafclies -between, outposts. And thus our rider,-Jack Keith,. Who P">^ •W* !^V'.r- i$selowthe ie ridge, occasionally lip- : jiftingihis head so as to gaze across the crest, shading his ey.es. with one •d. to thus better' concentrate Ma ovcinent ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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