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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 13 June 1912

V i&-Wr -- ' " ■X'S:;: |Wr" £ #>- r'/'" Campaign Probe Begun July 1st The Senate Committee Under' Culberson -Resolution to - Make Investigation. Washington, June 8ch. —The special Senate Committee that is, to investigate the campaign ex- penditures of 1904 and 1908 un- der the provisions of the Culber- son resolution will begin this in- vestigation July 1st, _. - Senator Clapp, of Minnesota, a progressive, is chairman of the' •committee, the other members being Senators Jones, of Wash- ington, Oliver, of Pennsylvania, Lea, of Tennessee, and Paynter, of Kentucky. The committee today summon- ed as witnesses for the opening session of the investigarion Chair- man Cortelyou and Treasurer Sheldon of the Republican Na- tional Committee and Chairman Taggart. and Treasurer Peabody of-the Democratic National Com- mittee in 1904; also Chairman Hitchcock and Treasurer Sheldon of the Republican committee and Chairman Mack and . Treasurer Ridder of the Dmocratie, and Messrs. Higsden, Hear...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 13 June 1912

• Published five ffHJS W I fliAN one 44." 00 pifer Year opy 5c. >nd Class Matter Jan. t,Office at - Cfosby t-r the •' vnrch 3 mm :f i I J1 fMP( Ms ready to pro- tect American intrests on the is- land. The property of Americans fs alway s the •favorite object of at- tack. .Cubans who want inter- vention know that the easiest [corn is way to obtain it is to destroy a against few American plantations and kill a few American "subjects. It looks as if the crisis was near at hand. 1 ■ HH RATES , $15.00 per. week. „ ad $8.00 per week., >lay ad, $5.00 per week jurth page 20c per inch Locals and readers 10c iertion. vertising on the fir# page. ; not specified all advertis- 11 bo run until ordered ed for accordingly, rid lodge directories . Will the rate of $1 per notices for enter- where an admission ^ will be charged for r of. 10c per line -just-the e as other advertising. NOT1CETOTHE PUBLIC^ t-onous reflection tipon the sts iding or .reputation of iy person, firm or corporation which...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 13 June 1912

) mmm ' HH ■BBM ' >•' <h?A m ?5lr ; ■" -. \ : ^ : . ^---r ---•• - ^.:± ' .• / : ' - r^' : i ;; -'—.,4 . ,-/ -'.f; WtWMi -*■■ >, '■ r r.~*' A Few-Reasons Why You Should Do Your Banking With The Citizens National Bank off Crosby ton, Texas !. BecausIt - is. a strong institution. 2. It has large assets. 3. It gives to all'courteo'us treatment and welcomes your busipess, no mattes how small. , Professional and Business ....Directory.... -y; - fl. per inch per month. DR. R. P. STOOPS Physician aritl Surgeon Crosby ton, - Texas Wk ANNOUNCEMENTS (DEMOCRATIC) 1 Undei* this head will appear the names of those announcing their Can- didacy for public ofliee. all of which ure subject to thse action of the Dem- ocratic Primary July, 1911. . Notice: No name will be inser.tecl un- less accompanied by theca.sh. District fee $10. Coqnty$7.50. Precinct $5. For Representative 122 District. FRANK E. WHITE Forjudge, 72nd, Judicial District: W. R. SPENCER. ■ JOHN H.MOORE JAMES R. ROBERTSON. H. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 13 June 1912

Ill ' 1 ; Slaughtering June June 22nd. ' ;\ ' '' , ,. . ' - ■ '■ .'■ '' X ' ■ • -■ « $mm Wrecking, Gutting, Slaughtering: 9 HAYS June 13th, to June 22odo A mighty whirlwind of irresistible bargains in Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Suits sod Ready=to=wear garments Boys and Young Men will Sweep its way through the doors of this magnificent store into the homes of the people. Each asid every article, particle, parcel and part of this enormous stock wall he sold at prices never before known or attempted. Many Hundred Dollars of Men's anjd Boys5 Wear Will Be Sold at : " 59—Cents on the Dollar—59 FREE! FgEEt! FREE!!! The first ten Sadies entering the doors of this great Lij= quidation Sale waSS be given a ticket entitling the holder to $1.00 reduction from the sale prMe of any boys' suit in the house. 1© Days Beginning Promptly at 9. a. m. Thursday, June Slaughtering, Cutting, Sflashing and Wrecking! The Mightiest Liquidation Sale^Known! A,Colossal, Gigantic and Stupendous Undertaking. NOTICE TO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 June 1912

'-'O''-••••'■•; ■' •'. V//" j ^~ .tv;j - - * . * • v' ■ ip .■ IBl BP®r ir® at South Plains People p.. a p.® r T ex a s CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, W i Progress Grows ■ - ' \ From Necessity Drouth Preceded Irrigation— Mankind Follows Course of Least Resistance'. Necessity furnishes the cause for most of the actual develop- ment work that is iandertakenlft this country. It took years of drouth in portions of the South- west to teach the people to prop- erly appreciate the installation of irrigation systems,.and now many such systems are being installed Railroad News. The rehibilitation of the north and south railroad through Here- ford is about to be realized. A proposition from Mr. Gordon comes in season. * Though ne does not indicate what connec- tions will be made south of Here- ford, the use of the old grade to Dimmltt is asked for and this would indicate that the ultimate route would be to form as near connection with some Gulf road as possible. This would...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 June 1912

-v-v", 3tgjjS$ ;s> r--/ t? j - , „ y,.m t® ar9t^> -m < ' Published Every Thursday imWEitm ■.,' inot ~AKK EJ| wJWs 9M , Matter Jan. ice at Crosby- the act of March 3 * ,piay ad, $16.60 per week. ?lay.,ad $8.00 per week, lisplay ad, $5.00 per week le fourth page 20c per inch n. Locals and readers 10c ,i M. f advertising on the first page, e is not specified all advertis- ter will be' ruir until ordered .o omely : ■"• AU church and lodge directories will . oV. rate of $1 per rt«rJb;' • -ASI -reading' notices. for enter- , , , j _ at* d-x'-oio, is cha red will be charged for >f 10c per lme just the other advertising. ~NOTiCE TO THE PUBLIC. . e ) cn b ■ w'lection upon the - ading or reputation of v? , km or corporation which may appear in the columns of the v. -".'ill bo slady corrected upon j oi' ht to the attention of the \zSS', "^/^ttbliaher. " ' > [ four Issues One Month. CROSBYTON-SOUTHPLAINS R. R. WJW t" TIME TABLE No. 1 Lv. Crosby ton 9:30 a. m. mi% 2-An—' 4:30 p. m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 June 1912

ifoSfoWfti'Vv'- i-Signi liiifc; • * \, ■ ' - . iv; : • " . i ; - ; ' \.: ; . 1 i '■ •.. • "" '■ • ■ - / * jr. ■ 1 & H ■•■<s * ■ A Few Rfeasons Why You Should Do YoutU Banking With The Citizens National Bank of Crosbyton, Texas : , Becaus it is a strong institution. '-it-has large assets. • • It gives to ail courteous treatment and'' welcomes your business, mo mattes how small. W *Sa c^o c^O <y^* c^o C^D and Business >....Directory.;.. '$1. per inch per month. Dir. R. P. STOOPS Physician and Surgeon Crosbyton, - Texas CITY BARBER SHOP ANNOUNCEMENTS (DEMOCRATIC) Under this head will appear the names of those announcing their Can- didacy for public office, all of which are subject to the action of the- Dem- ocraticJErimary July, 1911. Notice: No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $7.50. Precinct $5. For Representative 122 District. FRANK E. WHITE % #■ For Judge, 72nd, Judicial District: W. R. SPENCER. JOHN H. MOORE JAMES R. ROB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 20 June 1912

jy Carter ^ . .^..^. Four Girls M J ru i'....... ...Card Class ittle Jack Freeman Louise Jarret I've Railroad"....... :Fannie Bell Murphy ''The Good Shepherd _ _ >e a Sunbeam,*' Recitation Cora Lee Woody Recitation Louise Stockton Close with the Lord's Prayer, by the School. AFTEBrTOON SESSION. .. ,,rr.tr- ^en a|. 2-30. Song .......... By School ~A ten minutes talk—"Who Should -be in the Sunday /'Judge Pink L. Parrish en Jesus was a Little Willie Neil Pipkin isong—"In the Temple". .......The School Recitation—"The Last Guest" ..-. .Ola Sanders ... Song— "Can a Boy Forget bis Mother"....;.- ....: ..The Boys Essay— "Home" Nora Easter H or this was built and Varied to ^cco- igings of mem- iave died e rnmppines. e law that has just been en- acted applies to the effects of the soldiers who1 died in the Civil War, and not the effects of those who have died since. There is no earthly use in keep* ing these things any longer. If there were surviving relatives they would have claimed them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 June 1912

llMipKI W KB ■ Mm HP 5§£*jMg&*C ft*; '•"l '•' Hi '• •. ' f'■:■■ '^'V 4i&V - - 3L . * • *em?r m—uiMiii... gg®?ft I '..., ;;n / **" ■ - - J v ', , Newspaper Great South Plains T ex a s CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, isitisii *>m s Judge Spencer's :i£h Fine Record, 0ut of Twelve Cases Appealed Only One Has Been Reversed -j r- V: i '.x m • ti mm WM% -■ ■% jjaBap M& We publish below a list of the cases which have been appealed to the higher'courts from Judge Spencer's rulings. Out of twelve cases appealed eight have been affirmed in full, three sent back r further- hearing and ONLY ONE completely reversed. This record is as good as that of any of the District Judges in the state and far better than most. The people of the 72nd Judiciaf District are endorsing this record enthusiastically and say that Judge Spencer will be elected by a big majority. Quinn vs. Dickinson, 146 S. W. page 995. From Lubbock Coun- ty. Modified and affirmed. Gr^en vs. Green, 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 June 1912

■111 mH US thursd r;i - mm 5 *$Jp| ml ' >' , ■ ^TNOXmi £abfi Pr4 r Year ;o; Y?lm ,■ :VsC :w;Msy^ i^MatterJan. at- €rosby- je, act of March 3 RATES 5.00 per week, 3.00 per week. $5.00 per week *e-20c per inch s and readers 10c lir ■' ' •> on the first page, jecified alKadvertis- jriin until ordered .^12US: sere jm admission 11 be charged for ;3fl&7per line just the i other advertising. )TICE TO THE PUBLIC. ronous reflection upon the i, standing or. reputation of firm or corporation which .r in the " columns of the it be glady corrected upon to the attention of the wr Issues One Mouth. I there shall be no on personal property, no poll tax, no license tax on mer- chants, manufacturers, or upon any occupation that does not re- quire police regulation. In 1914 improvements upon land shall be exempt from taxation to the^sx- tent of one-fourth" their face value and an additional one- fourth each two years thereafter until, in 1920, all improvements upon land shall be exempt from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 June 1912

mmm , • ' . ■ . "" 1 ' ■ (1 i&tfri - -v ^ • ■> v - ■ |g|g i ?| * I j |f ,«JS« " s*afcassMi!iBiil announcements ' (democratic) Under this head will appear the • Raines of tiiosc^oupcing their Can- didacy for public office, all of which are subject to the action of the Dem- otice: No name will be in&|rted un- accompanied by the cash. District BIO. Co ' " " I Precinct bounty $7.50. For Representative 122 District. PRANK E. WHITE •* For judge, 72nd, Judicial District: • , ' W. R. SPENCER. JOHN H. MOORE JAMES R. ROBERTSON. .1 H, C. FERGUSON. For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: J. E. VICKERS. G. E. LOCKHART. v Crosby Covnly For Tax Assessor": C. C. CHERBONNIER. For County and District Clsrk: WILL F. EZELL, R. E. BROWN. JOHN W. SMITH. For County Judge: , I'INK L. PARRISH- For Sheriff and Tax Collector: C. E. ROY. JOHN D. McDERMETT. For County Treasurer: •- S, Dv (Dod) RAMSEUR. —• ; w. nrrA'MAR" For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: W. H. HAMES. JOHN K.,.FULLINGIM. For Commissioner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 27 June 1912

n ; ; V- ... ,> : v, , ,v , ^ •' , - >. *. "" f-~- ~— ' ' 1 ' 2$f| • Hp llglll * * V'W waxm Bm| m .... SiS mm #;*i s BnBpp 8® i ! m mm mm i® ^2553^ . ..'■ COMMENCING mf-P kw4 p® ! m • Ilite ml '3 , ■;:,■• V/V ; '■ '•' " : ,!■' • . ; ... ,.r m*&4w ';.*'.7r ■**; • 0 ♦ ■Never- in tie history of. Crosby County has there been such a Sale of Furniture, Rugs, _-:.v Kitchen Cabinets, Dressers, Extension Tables, Chairs, Bed Springs, Mattresses,* ~ and in . • ■ > ... "M 1. ( f J lit is our intention to sell everything that we mow have lira ©tar house inside the next thirty days and we are going to pot a price on thegoods that will make them go. Prices are cut' so low that' anyone can purchase what they-oeed and p ever miss the money. We have pot everything down at cost, and to be plain, you cars get what you want at your own priceo - j . m ;■ "'Trr'in order to be fair with everybody, and that you may have a chance to be the first to purchase*, we are not going to open the'sale un...

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

mm :t vV A"" IP , , . -' .." ^ . ,i j y t .i 3i 1 ^ • . ft Newspaper For All Hie People tff The Great Soutti Flatus Of Texas VOL. 4. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1912. Johnson-Flynn Prize Fight Flynn is an Easy Mark for the Black Man and is Ponish- - ed Severely. „ The fight for the heavy weight championship of the world that j was pulled off at. Las Vagas, N. M. today resulted- in another victoty for the Coal. Flynn was an eas}' boy for the black, and; in the ninth round he was knock- ed out and the negro had to be pulled - off the helpless fighter. The negro punished Elynn most severely, and handled him like it was an easy job. :Thfs gives Johnson the right to hold the championship belt as he has done siricej;he bout with Jef- fries some two years ago. The result of the fight at Los Angeles between the lightweight champion, Ad Wolgast and Joe Rivers, has not been received, but it is thought that Ad will hold the belt. Shortage of Cars Show Increase ■mm, Woodr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 July 1912

■ fluak:.iiiw %3.Crosbyton Published Every Thur JSHELLIHt Si , '*' IflMs ■ BSS&i 111 81 1 H -Y.; \ Editor Mr Si 1.00 per Year " >py 5£. mmm Class Matter Jan. Office at Crosby- the act of March 3 - ■ w i ' mSING BATES ay ad. $15.00 per week. >lay ad $8.00 per weejc, display ad, $5.Wpl|r week ofJ Gratitude to the Every community has its crank, and be is the subject of much criticism and derision.: *Sucfr should not be the case. To the so-called "crank" is due the greatest possible consideration. He is generaly termed a crank because he seeks to leave the beaten paths. Let us be patient with him., if his plans and the- ories are worthless let them fall to pieces of their own weight. If they are good, criticism can hardly destroy them It takes a crank to turn things, and if any one desires to rehearse the pages of history a little they will find that nearly all the progress that has ever been made in this world is directly traceable to cranks: Watts, Fulton, Whitney, Wright Mc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 July 1912

m Wi \ \i ' v * mm. Mmmt ANNOUNCEMENTS "democratic™ Under this head will appear the names of those announcing their Can- didacy for public office, all of which <are%abject to the action of the Dem- Socratic Primary July, 1911. Notice: No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $7.50. Precinct $5. v' ■ — For Representative 122 District. FRANK E. WHITE t For Judge, 72nd, Judicial District: W. R. SPENCER. JOHN H. MOORE JAMES R. ROBERTSON. H. C. FERGUSON. For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: J. E. VICKERS. G. E. LOCKHART. Crosby County For Tax Assessor: C. C. CHERBONNIER. For County and District Clsrk: WILL F. EZELL, R. E. BROWN. JOHN W. SMITH. For County Judge: PINK L. PARRISH. For Sheriff and Tax Collector-? C. E. ROY. .JOHN D. McDERMETT. For County Treasurer:' S. D. (Dod) RAMSEUR. W. D. LAMAR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: W. H. HAMES. JOHN K. FULLINfilM. For Commissioner Precinct No 3. ' HENRY ROBERSON iodist Meetiiv The Mfe^RMpst mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 July 1912

ffili mHI ' H -i • iBsami al&jiW-J"" x'll - = «pMI ; -,V — ■ -W -fr'--T- H - - - ■ ■ - • . • • - ■. •' • *: .... v ' - ■■;. <• - ^ tfm, sm 1 -■? >*...* - ■ - ■ - mmk ,wMW- n| mm 118 mm ■ •'■ ei 1< IPS m mm HBB6 iV'A®- We are selling: some of , _ ' ■' , ' ' "' most stylish Straw HATS this week, and the profit is given 3 customer, is as found=—all styles and sizes and absolutely at cost. 90 cts. 40 cts. .00 up $1.25 up cts Best Overalls Blue Work Shirt, Ladies' Shoes Men's. Shoes Best Grade of Gingham Poispn For English Sparrow^ this city Will offft&tfe as toast- master. Last winter the Press Club gave a dinner to Senator Robert L. Owen.- The Tulsa Press Club has over fifty mem- bers, and is one of the livest or- ganizations of the craft in the Southwest. ' Si • ers Insti following: One half ounce sulphate stry- chnine in 3 gallons hot water and boil until thoroughly dissolved; moisten six teaspoonfuls of starch and add i^^^h^ poison and heat until the starch thickens...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 July 1912

♦* ? i t ' ' ? V. - ? It Hi it: iiS':'' Fatal Accident In Plainview Overturning Big Auto Results in Death of Mrs. Sams Others Injured. Plainview. July 5.— Last night at about 8 o'clock, a car driven Buck Sams was turned over On Wayland Boulevard near the ■draw, and Mrs. Buck Sams was instantly killed and several others seriously injured. Those in the car were Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sams, Mr. and Mrs. Flake Gar- ner, Miss Artie Moreland, Mr. Garner, a brother of Flake Gar- ner, and Mr. Roy Moreland. Mrs-Garner, Miss Moreland and Buck Sams are dangerously in- jured, but it is thought they will recover. Details of the accident are hard to obtain, as several theories are put forward as the probable cause. The driver is not able to talk of the affair as yet: It is generally supposed that the Sams car was attempting to pass another carat the time. Dalton's car, McGlasson's car and another car were all near at the time of the accident. Mrs. Sams was the only daught- er of Mr. Robt. Mitchell. Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 July 1912

:V\"1 jggffei 1 S3S Hp ^i s&Msn ■ : ' - ■ I l^ibliished Every v. teB WHITi i [NOf FftANTK E.m KELLE1 and politically sanitary, is not just a half ticket the > 44. . ocrats are presenting to the untry—a ticket with a good >p j head and a makeshift end—but "Editor1 it is a whole ticket, wisely select- i ej and evenly balanced. ■ilSpgl 1 14 mSSml . *,yJ per Year f _ About the latest thing in the. i Copy 5c. race for Governor is Onions and; jcond Class Matter Jan. j Cabbage. Something queer that vegetables 'should enter the campaign, Qmons-and -Cabbage ^VERTISlNG RATES I are all right and are mighty ( display ad, $15 00 per week. good when one is hungry. Should Q-^dbSOlQiV 3iO S8*vv pCil W66K* j *■ . i *^top1ay-ad; $5.00 per week | the express company-carry these one fourth paKe 20c~per inch ^hingsfree to one man and not tion. Locals and readers 10c , . . _ ,A , „ - Insertion. ; know it? One fellow seems to wrtising on thefirst page.;1, think so and he is not a Ramsey is not s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 July 1912

■j.1—<>•••-- • • jS.'*! %■ ■fc: ANNOUNCEMENTS • "democratic; \ Under this head will appear the , names ^ those, announcing their Can- didacy for public office, all-of which ^re eubje^t'to the action of the Dem- kocratic Primary July, 1911. ■' Notice: No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by thecash. District fee $10, County $7.5Q, Precinct $5. For Representative 122 District. - FRANK E, WHITE r" For Judge, 72nd, Judicial''District: - W.R.SPENCER. JOHN H. MOORE JAMES R. ROBERTSON. H. C. FERGUSON. For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: J. E. V1CKERS. G. E. LOCK HART. Crosby Covnly For Tax Assessor: . C. C. CHERBONNIER. For County and District Clsrk: WILL F. EZ.ELL, R. E- BROWN. JOHN W. SMITH. For County Judge: PINK L. PARRISH. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: C. E. ROY. JOHN D. McDERMETT. For County Treasurer: S. D. (Dod) RAMS EUR. W.D.LAMAR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: , W. H. HAMES. JOHN K. FULLING1M. - For Commissioner Precinct No 3. 4 HENRY ROBERSON SOCIALIST PART...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 11 July 1912

RRRHiMi nWB «| '. 51";: lii auley, president^ Western Loafr and Company, of SweeJ this wee* 3t of this big institution r West-Texas. Mr. McCaulley quite well known to the peo- le of the west, having resided ; Sweetwater for the last quar- ir of a century, and having: been s instrumenrtat in'bringing many —things of great value to West Texas. He says. that this would have a more far-reaching and beneficial effect on our great part of Texas than anything that been done in the last fifteen . has be years. ....,.. , . This Company is now being inaugurated in West Texas, and §1111 Wmm imp;; mmmM PfSN NHp JSP'-'-: !gl|B| MBHtM Sam fBm0 MP: '->1 ■' ' L , v- p;:" it has for its object the conserva- tion and advancement of the in- terests of West Texas. It is not \_a local company, but is being in- augurated for the purpose of ar- ranging and completing an outlet for high-grade financial securities to aid in the development of this part of the State. The Company will serve as an intermedi...

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