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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

. .- lis# @m i,s Ml mm mU " 3*!tS. ■> WmSW M 11 ■ ; ; ! V ' ;,■' . My;v'-wii <i YvK'i • 1 ' !- ■ / ; <-v 1 ' •'i'.'t^ '-WusaaP 11111 "yi:y:-:v"::~ .*•:'. . . . WWS^'fc '''' ll jpr >f^ w C\--\ ->■« liliis HMH iliiiliisiij MB wiwiw mil imiiiwmmmiiwii ' n i _ i ill - BSsWHsHBi - imwgpE- FORTY ff&zMSMA&72OW:IJV&JI sooner-- ^ sl^ Sttffiifl! | j m - <■ «■ 111 KHhH B ' !«■ Crosby ton Tex., Aprif 20.- [Speci^j— Mules furnish the motive power for putting under cultivation the great South Plains of Texas— the "Llano Etacado" of the'old days. One company located here has a farm of 10,000 acres. This is separated into divisions, each div- ision having a "team" of forty mules. Since lasVfallthe mules of one division have broken and packed 500 acres of ground previously in cultivation and harrowed the same twice, They have broken 500 additional acres of new sod and packed "and:—harrowed it. They have drilled in 300 acres of wheat, disked forty acres, plowed a 100 'ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

« ,,.^i ** tfftfiiV'iMfo*!-> «*•#• * -. ...,.-«.'4 , . 'Z.«.^.~:;^' - ' ■■',■■• . . . . : ' ■,' ; ■ . ,. , , . mmm NAL MENTION fill v . - • • •■ /'. *••-./ v.-'...-.■ . .-"• .' - -: ■. .•■• v. - •'; •.•- • .(• V- '■• ■'•'!' .. • . ■{-, . . .' • - •; ■ , • •. ' ■ y :' , # :,>.. /•■; V .' 1 -. Get your legal blanks ■^Review olfiice^- ®',;V ■, • • Buy your magazines books and papers at the Racket Store. It i®| - F-. E. White was at Ralls last . Saturday in the interest of his candidacy for Represenative, W.. P. Lamar wishes to rent a good piano to be in use during the summer vacation; SIS ■ r m fiIM1 "Judge Moore of Lubbock made a speech at Ralls last Saturday and made quite a hit with the voters present it seemed. WANTm~-Lo r^ good condition, fc the summer-month nt a Piano in i' use during W..P. Lamar. H. C. Ferguson of Lubbock Candidate for District Judge, was in Crosby ton in the interests : .of his candidacy, this week. Wanted.-^We want to buy ; - three' tohs of good Maize. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

re/' -' • V •' Smglilhsag a®? £? i' V '0M0£0i0*, ll'tu': IKp - i pBpi I- -'-''v ilwtl mm hi iM v -II Manager Crosbyton TEXAS Hi • ' . • . ---C ., ... . . , - >„• ' . -.. - . v-. .. 1 • ■'* ft \J' A. -' M -;i M t" . ■•' >' ,# ' 1 ifSsf^l L I m$m ISl ISlSla " -m "" ■■•, ■■■ -,, - r"'-- ttjfrxv >■"■-' ci- <*-' OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS Northern Offic.o 1101 McCormick Building CHICAGO, 1 • >■-;. ;• i ?•' '.r - •- - . .* • I L1INQ I S ' " • / '■'_ .' ' •■■; In Crosby and Dickens Counties 11|n . Plains and Valley Lands on Altitude 2800-to 8000 feet. . ■ . Annual rainfall over 22,6 ineheSTOOstljf in lhfr spring andsummer. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, acre,. No weevils here- uorton. ,. ^ . ■•- ' . .•■-'•> ■. ■ ?p\. f (ittC** *"* *' «.: J*** A' k n 1 -Ir 4t/w + is in operation in Crosbyton White- River, fed by never failing Thirteen million gallons of water flow over these falls every day/ Over fiye-sixths of these lands are on^ th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

s biKti i<- members and one 3W member, Miss Annie Tensley ; with the Misses M&cKenzie ist. Thursday evening, where d^y of June, 1912. '•fev'/i- V $1 . I I m m i ley were so delightfully Enter- tained they forgot to adjourn in time to get their beauty slepp. Upon arriving each member as required to make.a cluh res- olution before they were admit- ted, Miss Rjy was awarded the prize, a box of home made candy ' for making the best resolution, after this the real fun began with a,."Stunt party" each member was expected to do a "Stunt"' assigned them by their hostess When all the visiting members -had very efficiently done their ■''''respective' parts which proved to be a very amusing program of Solos, monologue speeches on "Woman Suffragett'' with others tpo numerous to mention. The Miss MacKenzie then ushered the _ cluh into the dinning room where they-served $ most delicious re- freshments of minced chicken on toast. Dream Sandwiches and •jmd Russian' tea, strawberries . with ■...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 May 1912

Jivaww**--'! A ■■111 bM mf;Ht v i WEALTH ALSO MI ■,'" •Very.-ptefr Troufc ' ;v3 ' " ,'"§j ■ ;>. ^ fell 4 I 1 - - , I ■ * v' a.ra ; t° almost as od eloom among rich ~ *« adhere was krs ago/ During ie friends of an exce^d- imdn; noting that "he be suffering from ex- Lal depression, asked... the and he replied: "No wonder Reeling blue. I have $1,200,- j'eash lying in bank, on which ' £'more than four per cent. cause for worry, no ibt.i Yet there are other,, rich s in equal distress. One of the7 wife of "a prominent offi* the government, is said to be greatly worried over her jewels, -Shff lias is mm-. 1 w • - lias more of such articles, it is gtat- -edr-t-han-^he-ean-look-afteT',—the-re^- 'fiult being that she has had to em- ploy help to care^ for them. Accord- ingly she haslnstituted a card cata- logue .system, which .gives , a record and-, description of every piece of "jewelry she owns, together with notes showing its need of repairs or cleaning.- Yet even this help prob- ably. c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 May 1912

■■ ■ ,f ■ ■ • ■ • 1 $■ <L\ • 'It"*ft-'J\tiV- ' 8.g^ffla^app^^8W^yjgKK; * - < * . >- ,/" \\ sffi?; t^/V*^ r';V-vu.j t,f/.'rM/\ \i'I1 /J-V;,.v4 ' r> . .'L'1'-,- "'t'--i %,1 ;-c; 4$! 1f;3.v ': ■:.,--v.-:--,;v; \ \ .... }:%^v ■ ::; w / : i: '■;: ;.'v WtMM&Mt ■ ; ' S® ' N ews Sou th p a p e * ,-, i, . - Uphill -v- >-1 11jfj p f||ll Plains T ex a s •y - -■;. 'CROSBYTO'N, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, WIAY 1(5, 1912. m ;'4':<-\ti SlM NO. 19 ;t._ --rr --- 10,000 Men Fight all Day Battle on Desert Plains Three "- Hundred Miles to South of • Aro^ii^an. Border— A dispatch from Conejos, Mex- ico, May 12, says: Twelve hours of brisk fighting on the desert plains, three hundred miles south of the American border, between a force of rebels under Gen. Orozco arid an equally strong- body of Federals under Gen. Huerta resulted today in. a decid ed advantage to the Government. The fighting began at daybreak and at nightfall the sandy mesa between here and Yermo, four teerf~mile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 May 1912

■f H —l " ,* ] 1 J' V ' k •;'!.. • ." % n«B«8ia 3i&g&g^ -.? «*-• ' •• ♦ ^^— a *mmm .'/ . ■ '■ /v 't '-- -/:'■' M m §« si -t:: tommm Mf^ifsMliiaSsftssi ■.^^•^mmt^ssssss^^ "\ mm we are here tike the W mmlM WmlmliSS . L_ idfeSMi=*Mj=v The Crosbyton Review Published Every Thursday By THE WHITE PRINTING CO. -'■■;■ (NOT INCORPORATED] FRANK E. WHITE, Editor and Pro|). L"_ Office 'Phone No. 22. P' * ' Residence 'Phone 44. Subscription $1.00 per Year Single Copy 5c. Entered as Second Class Matter Jan. 14, 1909 at the Post Office at Crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March 3 1879. Four Issues One Month. called for anol checked. liii All business solicited, from the smallest package to ear load lots. !J t* : HB ■ ;■: >j mm I ■■ §m Mm m 1111 EgS PHOME 2 7 *• *> <• I® f b ■tr fo 1° I® f5 & f® CROSBYTON-SOUTHPLAIN^ R. R. TIME TABLE No. 1 Lv. Crosbyton 9:30 a. m. No. 2 Ar. " 4:30 p. m. Connecting with north and south bound Santa Fe trains at Lub- bock daily except Sunday. AD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 May 1912

'iwm „ _ r„ ■ ' : . ■ '■■■■■ : 'v-:,v", , 'Vv:V" iv.".v-VV'TT • ' ' : ', : . .. .. v , ' ■ v I&4i5^ * V, ..Ml A FEW OF OUR PRICES m I #1 ECLIPSE . r Windmills TOTPiairterSWmlSI^V'^^ ' Pt & 0. No. 12 Planters Complete, at - $33.00 Jewel flaailrnock Seat 6 shovel Cultivators, complete, - ■= = - - $35.00 Cultivator Sweeps, all sizes from 6 inch to 16 inch. Moter Gasolene per gal. in barrels = 15 cts. tienui'ne.Packard's-Auto Oil per gal. in bar. 50 cts. Best grade Gas Engine Oii per gal. in bar. 35 cts. . Also a full line of Lubricating Oils and Axle Grease mill at' $30.00 -n 12 " ' 44 . " " " $40.00 14 14 44 ■ 7 .. 44i " " " $63.00 2 inch Galv. P. & R. Pipe per foot, at - 18 cts. Also.a full stock of all size Pipe and'Casing. Perfection 2 Burner Oil Stove, at 6 6 J 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 Burner Quick Meal Ranges, 3 " " " " Quick Meal Wickless Oil Stove, $ 7.50 $11.50 .$28.00 $33.00 $5.00 CROSBYTON HAM-D'WAME - COMPANY PERSONAL MENTION . i> ■ ... : LIME 60ct bags - MURPH.Y. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 May 1912

,,, < 111 l^jpW $&& ...I,-. M%; V-, ... J ■■■•■■■:... ■ . ■ , ■ 1 -; " ""' ' '-""Mi ,„,- , w . ■'.. •'■ ./■■' V i-; / • . -■. .. .■■■■/ .,■•■, ■;. .,,,,-. , ■ . >. ■ r .■■•■ *-, . ■ .. . \ v* ■ ,. ... • ■ • , -• ' ' . ' • • ' . V'/ ' - .... , ' : ; W -■ ?,:<> , . ='■"• ; ■...■'"■ i . \ -v .: ';./••• ■ JVt ' ■■ - '.. . •. • 1 v •-■ ■ ■ • - .. ■ -. ■ ■■■ < ■' . . . - v Qharlie tKe" birthday born y) Henry County, May 9th, 1836. Sev- years ago her children be- xcel^^ b event is greatly enjoyed her children, grj|tnd childcep . great grand children,;! She six children living, fotirbe- presej^on this occasion. Che dinner .was a veritable it and daintily prepared, / The guests were not clothed in purple or fine linen, but did fare Bump- tiously. After" dinner, regard- less of our over-burdened stom- achs, we gathered in the parlor * and sang a number of Grandma's favorite songs, which were en- joyed. Then the young posterity visited the school, while the older ones in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 May 1912

¥01. 4: a Newspaper For All The People Of The Sreat South Plains Of Texas — — ~ CROSBY'iwreROSBTCOUNTY, TEMS7 THURSDKY; IKHTM $k$; . Mob ..Applies .' Coat of Tar Anarchist Made To " American Flag. Kiss High^Sfchool Entertainment One the Best and" Most Suc- cessfurTerms in Our Hfs- tory Closes. Last Friday evening, May*17th, SaaDi^g^Cal,, May 19f—Dr. • Ben Reitman, commonTy called ' ' King of Tramps, who has for the . past (our-years been traveling; theCrosby ton Hitth School closed with- Emma Goldman and preach-! wl'h te-tainr^ nt, after ing anarchism; met with an ex-; fnll^frMnonths term. The, „ nf Schoo nas been a great success citing experience at the hands or .- « . _ - --. 'a mob here last night. Reitman jterm just closed and the *as taken from his hotel by the! Trustees, as well as Prof. Burke mob who forced him to accom-'fd h's corps of teachers are to be ' to a ranch twen'ty h'<«wy congratulated on the same. ' miles Unroll If Thn nhilrtren dhoh^d .bJifar .n ed Reitman to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 May 1912

| «'W 1 1 ' wy n « ip fe.i' > ^ V ' ~ : t:,;- fywwwywi^ Published I TH& -WH'TI HSI ' FRANK E., ico. and Prop, ife No. 22, . M 'Ph,one 44. ' ion $1.00 p§r Year rle Copy 5e. B@hH| ' ' \ I as Second Class Matter Jan. the Post Office at Crosby- sounder'' the act of March 3 ir Issues' One Month. 1 IMi mm (SBYTGN-SOUTHPLAINS R. R. TIMETABLE o. 1Lv. Crosbyton 9:30 a. m. 2 Ar. " 4:30 p: m. ^meeting with north and'south tfund Santa Fe_ trains at Lub? daily except Sunday,, ADVERTISING RATES Full page display ad, $15. 00 per week. Half page display ad „$8.<50_per week. Fthpur page display ad, $5.00 per week Less than one fourth page 20c per. inch ' each insertion. Locals and readers 10c : per line each insertion. No display advertising on the first page. When time is not specified all adygrtis- the mnnfm1 kaow raa^-^pi^U merchants in United States that a sale like this, by one mail order house, will put out of business? It will put out of business 100,000, alLdoing an average busines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 May 1912

: lig ; _ .... 8 •Ms 6 r e a t South Iex as a s n s DROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912. VOL. 4. Tylfer Citizens Burn a Negro Fiend Admits .Quilt Before Fire is Lighted, Cries when the Flames Reach Body. y Seat Contest New Jersey an Texas Conventi Roosevelt. aMf Wilson tories Practically" Assured. Tyler, Texas, May 25. — Dan Davis, *a~jiegro, was burned to death at I o'clock this morning on the pubjie square after he had signed a written statement con- fessing- that he had criminally assaylted Miss Carrie John.-on, ".Eight-hundred persons partici- pated in the lynching. Before the match was touched to* the pile of wood on which the negro •had been placed by the mob, he was asked if he was guilty. "I am guilty, " he replied in a husky voice. J A moment later the flames were leaping high above his head. In his written confession, which was signed in the presence of the county, attorney and a committee of citizens, Davis-im- plicated anotheif, negro saying he is und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 May 1912

Hi . "■www- < - •—- 1 « ha The CfO! ■'. > ._ j'ubliab^ lip®!® fl L Geo, RATED] . ■•* j ruand Prop, No.-22. .*'■' - | Phone 44. -.^„,,, 1 --S-' m $1.00 per tear i Copy 5c. SecondClass Matter Jan. J at the Post Office at Crosby- under the act of March 3 >ur Issues One Month. R. mm sbyton-SQUIHPLAINfS R. •TIME TABLE _' I Lv. Crosbytcn 9:30 a. m. [o. 2 Ar. " 4:30 p. m. onnecting with north and south bound Santa Fe trains at Lub- bock daily except Sunday. advertising rates Fttll-pige-display ad, $15:00 per week. ' Half page display ad $8^#er~vreek. _i____E!thoijp^pag®^©play"ad, $5,00 per .week Less thah one fqurth page 20c per inch each incertion. Locals and readers 10c jper line each insertion. No'display advertising on the first page. ' When time is not specified all advertis- ing -ordered n. passed , the. joint resolution in favor of elect- ing United States Senators by popular vote, the. Secretary of State officially reported the fact to the Governors of each of the forty-ei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 May 1912

yr zrjgwfrti ^ .. :^n,: PERSONAL MENTION preach at the Methodist Taber- Slayton are in the city this we^ 5f interest in the great revival f0$( , J: Jg Anything in Lumber — MUR- PHY. r k- J. C. Woody was confined at home a couple or three days the lasteof th£"Week with sore throat that has been going the rounds of Crosby ton. George E. Mayes, .one of the candidates for tax assessor of Mr. Frank Jones is having an 'Crosby County, was in town last Profv'Safford of Emma'wa's'ln the city Friday, CEDAR POSTS -- ALL LEN- GTHS - MURPHY. ? Presiding- Elder Hicks will nacle here next.Sunday, and will hold Quarterly Conference here next Monday. Messrfc. J-Iughes and Parks of organizing a Praetorian Lodge. These are most excellent gentle- handlhe greatest of- enthusiasm men. , The Review has kriown can recommend him to our people as bejng alright in everyway. . 1 _X , , .. „ MM There has been no dimunition in progress, button the other on the part of the Christian Mr.'Huofhesjor a long while an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 30 May 1912

ISj feili SI SMB■ vi g. Sunday ni?ht was * the vquar- of Ages" as render- ives. and wife and lughes and Bankhead -iV-Uu-—*J~ if|va town itnes the size of Qrosby- has been up the iitions to the Church. A tat interest is B§ing manifested V-K"i Ram Makers Wants Work. - •; |S A propersition to install a rain -waking plant in San Angelo has i>e€.n submitted to the Chamber ' ^ mmerce by a Pacific Coast concern. The letter submitting the proposition insures a ten inch L^|am fatTTn S,an Angelo and' a dis- nce of from twenty to forty lies around between June and August. The matter has been re- ferred to a special committe to investigate, - with a view to ac- cepting the proposition, /The success obtained fyy C. W. Post in making; rain and relieving the dfouthy condition of Garza ■county .is «we 11 known. While it anav not be necessary this year to liave rain made, in other years the occasion may arise when the fain making machinery will co-me dtoiwady.! ' - The parties ask for $3, 000, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 June 1912

— A till mm - -.•. •"...' ' .M...".; :, -. . ■ . few ■ * ■ ■■ ■ :•'■ :■: • "" " v ■ .. . ' ■ : ■ ■ : r ' „ ■ • ■■ . . -, ' . - '.- ' V:V' • • •■ ilips^KP w * f " S?k-iL. ?" j'.-il .;: ^•Wi M\:': lift? illL, * i h >';■< # >\ ?V *•;- • * I ■*:■; HW't •' 'A; CROSBYTON A N e w s-p a p e,r F o r A 1S The People 0'f T Is e great VOL. 4. eROSBVTOri CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUME 5, Straw Vote Over ' Cherbonnier Leads .All,Other Candidate Withdraw from Race by Agreement Previously" Made,.. The candidates for Tax Asses- sor agreed some time back to take a straw Vote of the County, and the one receiving the largest Vote would make therace through and the others withdraw, and on last Friday the.voting began and was concluded Monday at noon after taking all the vote except possibly thirty which had been agreed on unless the vote was ©lose, and at the countings the vote stood as follows: C. C. Cherbonnier, --99 Geo. E. Mayes. - - 70 Fiddler Robertson, - 59 I. L. Cone, - - - 36 J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 June 1912

gig Bill HP . ?s B . Sl#w JL. H I k J | |J " j< : .. .'■■ ■ V.'/. Sits®# m m m Published the.whiti ■^?RANK E. By -CO. VTED] ditor atad Prop. J ■ Jan. at Oosby* jer the act o_< tttarch 3 ITISING RATES, ■ ad, $15.00 per week, ad $8,00 per week: splay ad, $5,00 per week fourth page 20c per inch 3. Locals and readers 10c .versing*on the first page. __j not specified all advertis- will be run until ordered and charged for accordingly.' iAJi' church and lodge directories will e charged for at the rate of $1 per lonth. All reading notices for enter- tainments, etc., where an admission fee is charged will be charged for at the rate of 10c per line just the same as' any other advertising. NOtlcSWfHE PUBLIC. •Any erronous reflection upon the tfharactei-, standing or reputation of . • on, firm or corporation which • - - may' apoear in the columns of the - -'/low will be glady corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. ' . .*• Four Issues One Month. R. who are m busin...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 June 1912

. : .1 . . - • .■ - — — -- , ■ ■ ' : - : „■ • ■ , . \ . . • ■ , •' . ' : ~ ■ • : ' ■ ■■ :: .. '■ .. ' • • .* • -. .■-. . - / * • * pn - •; m m m$w '; * ' -WM M m - mm JOE. E. LANCASTER IKS OVI PROGRESS HIS CANDIDACY FOR CON. Q.RESOMAN AT LARGE OF TEXAS. COMMENDED BY THE PRESS His Home People of Hale County, and His. Old Home Ip Ellis County Strongly Endorse Him. JUDGE JOE E LANCASTV Endorsement of Ellis County Bap. I Waxahachie, Texas, Jan. 31, 1912.— To the president and Members of the Ellis Coffnty .Bar Association: We, the committee appointed to draft re- solutions relative to the candidacy of the Honorable Joseph "E. Lancaster for Congressman*at-large %rom Texas, beg leave to state: j That tfie Hcfftoiu&I®"Jois|ph E. T^an- caster was reared and lived the great- er portion of his life in this (Ellis) county, and we, who know him best, unreservedly commend him to the De- mocracy of Texas as an honest, able man and lawyer and entirely worthy of the position to which he now as- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 6 June 1912

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