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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 March 1912

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 March 1912

MSI Hill ■ - 1 ■ -u : 888 ■ %. , V .'^ ■HKit ILw— I- • n Hfi -\ v~d J00d"--X\--W 12 ^ ,- i.: is n p$ «?? sfMf Jill! lifSlSw if IfS-i i m mm s i - ■. ; wmm mn iM fitssss -.'.., .t. . ■:- : 7 ' Need Advertising ? HSi illl^ Does Crosbyton Need Advertising-? :.® if# in: u IF SO ; - # 'fS- \ |! ■ m . I| wt$m 111! i#i Sif StfSt '? . U. V. 1 You cannot get a better piece of advertising matter than a Cppy of the Special Edition of the REVIEW—the -;v li •3 " :i ,v ; - RB ■ • ■■ % ?i "Old-Timers and Present Day Edition." * It contains -seventy illustrations taken from actual objects, made from actual" photographs, and the reading matter as as good, if not the best, real and truthful history to be had today. It has cost us several hundred dollars, to,secure the cuts- and the articIes^<combined;\v1|h l:he labor and be dis- om hand and hope to sell every one of |hem at 10 cts, each. It matters -not where you live, all you have to do to get a copy of this - - Special is fo mail'us 10 cts. each...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

ilSMs iSftlt 1 ■kms M mm m mm j 1 r/ i I f. " wggmm lllli ; WBMmmmmm w v:. tOSBYTON, I P I 9 , - — ■PHP lURSDAY, 5^-==^====^ L^=^== - 1 0. w; 2695 an R 6$|§|J] I --. _ IIS® mm ai M i®K^ •iWoodmen ofthe very interesting "v* **■i jog Meeting Last ',■ '. ■ ... '... ■ 11 ' 1 , ;.::.c;;!Vedi;T,; ' ■'' /-nd _ . .. •. *.-> ' ' " Last Friday night the officers of-the Silver Falls Camp of the World held -a meeting- and about thirty-five members were present. The,, routine work was , gone over and the business dis- posed of after which a large box containing tb*?~good things to eat was opened and the Contents dis- posed of to the-satisf action of all. We say the contents were dispos- ed of, we-may ad.djha.t-the same were only partly consumed, as n i kimi ^ere was enough to have satis- fied the appetite of at least thirty more hungry men. The W. 0. W. do not do things by halves, arid when they serve refresh- ments there is always plenty and some to spare. • ' JPlans were discussed at the me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

iitiisi HI ^iXX'V5 wMfvmmm - ;.i^::s/„j. ::-■, j - . 1 " ■■^:-'-"v ;/ ' ''.''0 * ' '' "' :T-'■:■"■■' - : f ' ' - ,, , 1*., , , A A-s -M § ■ "~"i f,;';0:■■yrf- mftm _ii j I.I i ;i 1.1 M ijiji JII^IIII -? r ;<vr r ^Xv'XX-' '••'al; fulian M.'Bassett, ( ■ * J '- - - iSS , ,,,s, i lliAAi5 ' , i- - j -- ---'•• • —if ( - ■* .' .. , ::U ss , mm ' _ 1 •-'■ '. ' >■■' -> W'r. ; fiFW l«W3S'W%S«-Si® ' c >; ,?r'.A 1 ^ SPlSwftlSfls f^^pttllfllll^ ■ ""! x""* ' FA ISt'M'E'R S -N- FARM -LANDS -' Northern Office ■. 110pMcCorniick Building :V; ;" : -ILLINOIS . I MwWWn^wTfW I m A fT" . Plains and Valley a both'sides of and including Blanco Canon m Texas fLorPfiautiTV /'V1 ill 2.6 inches mostly in the spring and summer-.-- S|fiteftptedto St ;k Farming, CornXWheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruity Cotton. _ Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bajle to acre. No weevils here. - first7class Cotton Gin is m operation in Crosbyton vX & Hogs thrive and, are free from disease'. ' ' . W This ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

'r-'. ' V* *: ■" - : &?■■■ mmm ■■■ fm- XS'm ?| :" ; m Wmim m: sppi PI?'- - -^r¥~ mm - • 7 • h p --- - ■ ■ i—fjg . ;i' i^g. ; I _ z, „| ' 1 - ' - 1 I ' I " ?: L . ■ -. ■ ltV . > - i ass ' !§SI I we are greatly overstocked on some articles and have' decided to put on a '*' GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE to last one full week, beginning Saturdary, the 16th, and closing Wednesday, the 27. Now is the time to buy the articles most needed in your home and you can rest assured that the goods are of the best quality, from the best man- ufacturers and at the old prices were bargains, but the fact that we are overstocked and room, we. are going to sell at great reductions^ Readtbe that it is to your advantage to call and replenish your home furnishings. SBEii S i - - mmm IRON BEDS;' The .regular $3.00 sellers, this Great Sale only 7$ 2745 • 3.45 " \ 5.00 " . ..>« 4.25 ... '5 25 .... 6.50 ... 11.50 ART SQUARES,. $15.00 . 14.00 The Regular 9x12 ft; $17.50 seller, this sale " ' " , 9x12 ft. $1^.5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

it-GWiiby- % 3 igf and there people who it opinions aa 4 V I | i said that the local the 'various,,com- es ; were over-changing," which brought aboutk the condi- tion, and in this-article we shall pi-ove^to the fair-minded that the local o is not to blame in ;;k that the consumers themselves ,nv or loss degree to 20c per inch d readers 10c Oft the first page, specified all advertis- be run until ordered for accordingly. _ • lodge directories will ^ the jcate of $1 per 11 reading notices "for "eriter- ete.,: where an admission ,rged will bfe charged for . of -10c per line-just xU" any other advertising..;: HCE mTHE PUBLIC. lous reflection -upon1 the cter, standing or reputation of arson, firm or corporation which pear in the columns of the yvill-be glady <^rr^ted,^pon; to -the attention o£ the th^- Pour Issues One Month. IROSBYTON-SQUTHPLAIMS R, R, TIME' TABLE ; Sfo.JLLv. Crosby ton - 9:80 a. m. $$■'2Ar. . " . 4:30 p. m. Connecting with north and south ^ nd-Santa Fe trains at Lub-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

m V '-a i— Sill K1 : j .-... : ' .-A . - &> ■ I - s. The que Wmz® e mor nh \ yj -y ■-••■v -: appear ; their Can- for" public - oiffice,- all of which isabjectto the action of the Dem; *tic Primary Jqly,191L ^ "" '! Io name^will be inserted un- panied. by.. the cash. District 3ourity $7.50.\ Precinct, $5. ' For 122 District. NK E. WHITE S. H, Sterrett, of Wake, "was in Crosby ton Monday transacting business-,, • Judicial District :• R. SPENCER. 'or Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: " ' ■■ ■ -fuU,*. :' • : J. E. VIGKERS, II m s& I if IftS 'jte Crosby County * For Tax Assessor: W. M. (Fiddler) ROBERTSON, v. GEORGE E. MAYES, W.w C C. CHERBONNIERv ' \ ... WU-CONJL. - _l _ ' E- Jf MOORES" < 7-;T:--r ~ For. County'andDisfcrict.eisrk: 7 ' ". WILL F, EZELL,. A R. E. BROWN. JOHN W. SMITH.1 For County Judge: ; PINK L. PARRISH. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: v"' ||||vc: E. I$OY. : ' - . For County Treasurer: SrD. (.Pod) RAMSEUR. f For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: W. EL.flAMES. . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

<bii ,•/'• v-*'' ■>'""^i"• / ■' •'• •<;ot'><*&■>• c*'''"*'- <<4' if *■'•-- ' " 1 <1 KillvgriS^^ " • •-. ■ ■ rv , • , , v,: . :■• .*■-.-■■■•;- ■ ':•■• ■-. ■ «'•'-.. , ; .. ; ;, - - • . .. ' ..A.M: ' ■ . : ■• . B^Sips Irani — Slli^liliif 'r----—-i ra!:"'"",r {I §H wmrnimm mm ~£. mmmm '..can - the wmHcuvJr it is ...„"'' }«Yery?€£ «> .-V . ■<• „ necessity of mix- r's cream, and • H i a, better flavored butter - ■ ' ,. '.. ' nsils is hot water; not boiling . Quick souring, ropy " milfc |mm| " rther milk troubles -fey the use of • water, Jlti^aji abs^ute truth that the * is half the herd when we bnthe future generations ■ >;L mU:S it//ki ilfiK, JHHKn, is to get a good sire." Don't . 1 *Cu < HmjS oi) _r first cost. ^ - _ t ^ ,_ 1 One of our enterprising dairy- >• .- So! tic oi milk to Paiis - - t. It . nrno:. over and back, , >\( /re. si'jli voefc, .There was no prevenative ..ui ohly prec-auHon was iit;hes and bottle par- do, cooling the mil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

r-mmS' rw (■ , J _j I >- 11 n rp2 / ■ > i ilpfe , /dv |1H * £3 1 A-'t mmfrtfr r-v;^ SS?=£ ,IP ifill: S iflipfy;;:ps.' ^rv^'v.-;/. ' '• ' -■ ' ■ " - - N :-/-vr; , v •/■": #•'■■•''i W-; .-:.v &M ■"' si.; si, 5-4% ■■" ■ "■>: ■:■'.■■■ •■■■ . f ■ • - .. :;, < ' * - ; v' -'", V . / • ■- V ^ ' i ■ 1 fife fel. ftiii T^HE four corners of this advertisement signifies the Trade Mark of the Best Goods on the market. Taking into consideration the quality, of material used and the workmanship that these goods are made with, we sell goods as cheap as anyone, and if you will call at our Store we will be glad to show you the most complete line of Qoods to select from in the South Plains Country. ;:-CilC>SBYTON HARDWARE'"' CG= • s^w®i if ill ■< ife ..J i'■''•■ ■'■■■■■ '" :■■■ ' ' S:;\ s IM ECLIPSE THOSE GORY SJUQENT DUELS REAL MASTER OF LANGUAGES OS® Applicant for Place as Tutor Said Ho Could Speak Philately. Lik® a Native, Fresh" Chicken Blood Made It Easy to Satisfy the Curios...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 March 1912

Wmm: jfc&i " -V,,, ' r^; '. ';!?■ $ n j 1 I% % jiMft*flic r*" M .Aj' > 1 If ■ i , ' ' ' ' y . v;.;-:.:.v:;a ;. . "o^.'/uV ^'''t1 C'n""* }lP "*f$ XfY \ i'v "* ' $£ ,' =, 1> - :ji Br v ! $ ~ illfe iisisl ." 1 g i raMpaSE K_m §;?W* I® ' ■ sfe ' ' . ' ,. vT<^ V*"-^ V A?.1! ?, A / . 1-rl* * '' ■ i^A'~ I.. ■■'■■".'^-'.v ':}■•••' .; ■3>, BraBMS m mim mm&m MBm |-" ; Stlpfi lip I * lisp Xtt—" m&Wt sraia & : ' ? ..... . - 1811' aiisi !l||f^ Ewh^ ^wSfei fe I "'' •; - /JVS ll SfQsi^- W^KS '^'\* r ■ i . . v til Si® ■ • ©I ■ is Si ;'":- j;i :&?:' ' SiitilSl m * j • • ./:.. ;• >* • >'K.>r,,'. t\>M mm. mm -v j ct T^^Ji'snwf^h, Wife? mmm f ■ mm:,. ~ —-1 i * «■ i ,li l'i ' 14t ■iuipls' Mse® . iaffit;BrtIs5]a)g-|r iifil w„„ 'mSi IF SO ■.4: : •#„ f #> <§> T -# <% <$> # # # <§> •<$> # <^> You cannot get a better piece of advertising matter than a copy of the Special Edition of the REVIEW—the "Old-Timers arid Present Day Edit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

fl99 BPPhMHL Hi if H mmmm ' y" * * * ' e iH JB*' i i§ ft J&i- Waohhifiiw. j. G„-Special- Only ' > / Wilson among the Domccn.tic . aspirants for the c sidencv has endorsed the presidential preference primary. As yet neither Speaker Clark, Gov! Harmon, Chairman Under- wood, or-any of the others except Gov. Wilson has suggested 'that the ridmination be left to the will of the Democratic voters. The challange issued by Mr." W. F, McCombs "of the Wilsori campa- ign managers of the presidential primary ha§ not been taken up by any of Wilson's opponents. Nei- ther Clark nor Harmon nor Under- wood is in favor of "tshe election ancU instruction of deligates to the national convention by a vote of the. party voters. On the other hand, Gov. Wil- son is plain; spoken in advocacy of the Presidential primary. He believes in the direct primray as • the cure for the evils-of bossism and machine politics and believes that it should govern the nom- ination of all candidates for office from Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

JJ L'.J.'iiUJL iipped lis many has had a since 1873 bet fective and ien I first came to once at number being l| PP [ post, and ef~ ful system, sriwany, I the immense ackages that were * at the but|hese sometimes three :ch cars, were seen on , In the cities I fre- , V, 3 o,.'(pu&L- ns, and f could not why it took so'many to haul the mail.- Upon / its told in a very dis~ way that they were " wagons. Then upon me that this was post, the thing that we ~ . Jvi t ig Coi^u^s. the Grange and other farm organ- si 1 he United Slates have jirr.v in their resolu- tions for years. I had come here - T^i'uiy Europern agriculture and here was my opportunity to pa eels post actually ' s ; e farmers, and I be- ■"■k* o it vestigate. : ,:jy boarding house in cen- rrii? Germany I asl>ed my land- lady where she got her butter, ... -which was of excellent quality. mq oo3d-ms--iveuri c ^k^^eonvenience of the system •' 1 • . 111 is of America. Through the par- cels-post it is possible for the farmers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

mrnmrnmrnsmm ..... , . V, . !v •..; ... '.♦ lisiS i ■;; . $$mk J four corners of this- advertisement signifies the Trade Mark of the Best: § Goods on the market. Takingrinto considefatton^tTe~q3aaHty t>f tnateriar used-and the workmanship that these goods are made with, we sell:-goods as cheap as anyone, and if you will call, at our Store we will Toe glad to show you the most complete line off Goods to select front in the South Plains Country- CROSBYTON . HARDWARE CO. . ' - i - ' ui ECLIPSE ©K3il THE ' r • " r \ . ; ■ v'*-" iiiliiPMaig V . " — ' • 1> *f . ■ ' —--V V- • - . . V - .V ~ \ - ..." i. , , ^ ■■■ • ' I _ - . . ' . . IMPLI ■ t -tr^- will run -SATURDAY,f MARCH 3(Dth= for the last time this sea= son. Anyone who has work to do will' please take notice }' and bfe there on that date. I. a JOHNSON ois®] m DAGGER FROM LIGHTNING RADIUS IS COMMQW CUBE Emma Hardware Co. - "DEALERS IN All kinds of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. "Builders Hardware a Specialty. Let us • "figure your bil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

lis w ■ H lit Review 3SK& Thursday By J CO, {no: iNcuiauv.Mi D| FRANK i WHITE, Editorj^ jW &-*. Qfltes 'Pftolie No, Subscript] Sml • - |! "TOT " > ';&■ Class Matter Jan. 'oat Office at Crosby- the act of March 3 'ERTISING BATES xy ad, $15.00 por week, display ad $8.00 per week. « ' a jv one-fourth paj?e 20c per inch IK locals and readefs 10c i - day advertising "on, tfe first page, tot speeifi •(, all atlvertis- K"- run until ordered and charged for accordingly. loc f }■ dir jtories will charged for at the rate, of $1 per ionlh. All i -.uiiii.';' notices 'for enter- tainments, etc., where an admission fee is charged will be charged1 for i.0c per line just the ■ ,> ■ / oUier advertising. J '• __i K r: TO THE PUBLIC. errorious reflection upon1 the . * character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which I ,<i ;W#y appear in the. columns'" of the Review will be glady corrected upon Profits have left OUT little city f ^ brought to the attention...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

mwM ■V f\"' ' isasi ANNOUNCEMENTS (DEMOCRATIC) '* | Under this head will appear the of those announcing; their Can- dafcy tor public office. aU of which bjfect ta the action of the Dem- tic Primary July, 1911. Notice : No name will be-inserted un- less accompanied by thecash. District fee $10. County $7^0. Precinct $5. For Representative 122 District FRANK JE. WHITE PERSONAL MKNTION W. R. SPENCER. JOHN H; MOORE , v: For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: \ J. E. "VICKERS. .. ' a1 : ; ..Crosby County For Tax Assessor : " W. M. (Fiddler) ROBERTSON. GEORGE E. MAYES. C. C. CHERBONNl^R-. I. L. CONE. E. J. MOORES For County and District Clsrk: WILL F. ezejll, ' JOHN W. SMITH;. For County Judge: PINK L. PARRISH. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: C. E. ROY. For County Treasurer: S. D. (Dod) RAMSEUR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: W. H. HAMES. What is Domino? and find out. Phone Do it now: man. See the Praetorian Xhe.hahy_-child.--ofJudge-Pink L. Parrish was ill yesterday. Best coal $9.00 at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

: i oi i*,. if nv/ > " • "'I v ^ ••'• rfufe'yA-J« ^ -1 -vUv «** ✓,*<«> ■MP ,£pgH itSI ? * ®T gSMp8@ ■■■■■■I H& ^ ^ ?jl TP'tf' 1 MnpH „ MMp^Li ■ litp ; ; ' -.K-. ■■'- «' ■ • ■:~-r*--T-. . ... - _•■• ^ . ■ P* _ ____________ I • -■/ ' ' r .: ■• >• ' «*«* • ' :. _ ...■■■■ : i- - • ^ w - ■ 1 FARMERS OWNERS OF -X- FARM LANDS Northern Office 1101 McCorniick Building CHICAGO. • I L L I N O -I S . la Crosby and Dickens Counties, Texas Plains and Valley Lands on be * 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, m ■Ksfasj rr^, if 'r' '■•"■■ _.„ —-r —-tt'" * Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. * No weevils here. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation i n Crosby ton ' y' ■ |M ; _Jl^is range includes the:Silver falls, in White. River^ fed by never; failing ' - springs. ' Thirteen million gallons of water flow over these falls every day. "g ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

■ ■ ■ Jm v.. r^if-TTr? Cause them to Read and Tfilnk . rf ." M, .TWO BOYS AND A CIGARETTE. Two bright little fellows, named Harry and Will, Were just the Same age and the samp size until One day in their travels it chanced that they met A, queerjjttle fellow, surnamed Cigarette. This qufeer little creature made friends with the boys, And told- them a story of masculine.joys He held for their,sharing, "I'll tell you,"; quoth he, . The way to be manly and big is through me.".. Will listened and yielded ; but Harry held out, ''I think your assertions are open to doubt," '' He said; "and,.besides, I'm afraid I'd be sick." "Afraid !" echoed Bill. "Oh. yoii cowardly stick-! Well, I'm not afraid—look a-here !" As he spoke, He blew out a hak) of cigarette smoke. men, Five years from that meeting I saw them, again. -•The time had arrived when they both should be But', strangely enough, although Harry boy stood As tall and as st^ng as a tree in the wood. FoorlVill seemed a dwarf; sunken-eyed,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 March 1912

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 April 1912

. :u" > j$3| MM& ' IIBbiIi —i III '• V •- ,,.... r.. ■ fM aSEfBU*^.^.4 HIPS' WSm^'-^HI rs Of I a*a 111j": Will _—. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, JHURSDAY; APRIL 4, 1912. mm .-: :' . i ch '' new railroads structed with lead an easy way to T :,;V GREAT PROGRESS IX SOUTH ■. • Eli i hCki m They Gotta Quit Kicki People Wide Awake to the Possi__ the Country and all are Workiilff< Greater Developments, iSiite ■j I S; IiJBBQGK IS RAILROAD;CENTER OF THIS.SEQTI .f ■' . ' '% ■ ' "' -4** ' Its. People are Aggressive. Developments in the Past Been Remarkable, and Future Improvements Will m£. be Even Greater. Something About, . *7" this Fair "Section.. k | H The Dallas News has had a rep- resentative in this part of the state in the person of Mr. Frank A. Briggs, who came for thepur- ilosepf getting information about this great country for his paper. He spent several days ,-hefe, and sized the situation up in no uncertain light. He was taken over the country adjacent to Lub- bock, he...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 April 1912

■npi I I ■R -Kr;>w i y ' Kg;,--- psp llta S§ | 1 S|P i ■ * ''A- mm Wm """W ■ 1 ts, i 1 : ' 1 :l ■Hi wBm i i I Bii I feAd iSipjig fes Mifyl ■ftm ¥*4*rV ■ ■.'. ■■jfe I ffg |f§f| Julian M; liassett, | >-«" §§ |H | 1 Mana'ger i 0. A-ess', ®i® "*D TMf i ? 1A G. jcc ifi Jb jK & -N- FARM LANDS In Crosby arid T>ic' _ ■ 1 ^ Northern Office 1101 McCormick Building CHICAGO, . ILL I N-O IS H Hi Plains and Valley Lands on both-sides of and including Blanco Canon ' .. • Utilude 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, Fnlit, Cotton. " : ' • j -■ Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale,, to acre. • No weevil's here. « CROSBY. COUNTY RANCIf r Cotton Gin is in operation in GrOsbytoq Hogs thrive and are free from disease. X" m includes the Silver falls in White River, fed by never failing lillion gallor^ of water flow over these falls every day. t Over five-...

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