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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 July 1912

mmm. «ffi ffjM gl :l Mti&m - - i ?£* ^Jpi 8 V, ' J'' 1 &;iMv ".'&£ ■' - 1* . IIPP mm * : ■*. dmu t A Newspaper For AS 1 1T h e' P e o p I e ,0 f The G re at . S out h /Plains IW® il . :_l 1 {■ '$ T ex a s VOL. 4. CROSBYTON/CROSfY COUNTY, TfXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912. =4, Judge Spencer's . Home Record Recommended as a High-Class . Gentleman by Man Who is Associated with Him Flood In Denver !«% «. jl- . ■ . 0 Sweeps streets OolonizBf son Sch6rn& Cloudburstton Head of Cherry Creek Causes Four Millions In Damage Southplains Country Monday evening we received a | Denver, Colo., July 15. —Fif- communication from J. R. Ter-! teen thousand men are at work rell who is aresideht of Crosby today and tonight repairing as County and who is also a believer much a possible the two "million in good government, both county1- dollars dan^ge resulting from and state. He requests us to the flood which came down Cherry publish a letter he received from Creek, following a cloudburst , o...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 July 1912

ss •i mm k Wmmmt ■>v/ Ww m •4 •;■ Pwlftidbed Ev^y -Thu: IpHiTEP ; (NOT rwi&sis?& U;Ey s" Mi pij.SSji ^Sends call for the third vj He is making a mistake, result thereform. may embitter and humilate him. ^ . The progressive Democracy is more formidable than a nebulous progressive third party. When the time "for the organ- Matter Jan. j^tion of the third party arrives " we believe the vast majority-of the progressive Republicans, who are not officeholders* and of the independent voteas in th s country, will beiaetively Supporting Gov. Wilson. The third party might, if it should - become formidable, en- danger the election of Wilson. We think, howevor, this is a Post Office at Crosby the act ofMarch 3 SXNG BtATES , i ad, $15.00 per week. r«ii.$8J)0 per week. . lay id, $5.00 per week fourth page 20c per inch . Locals arid readers 10c insertion, vertising on the first page. is not specified ^y advertisr will be rem until ordered for accordingly. ... ./lodge directories Willi ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 July 1912

announcements ( democratic) XJjjder this head will appear, the t Rf^Minap ajll ' jj| |f| ' -j | . , A j. p -t ■ - ■ ■:; ■ ' • ,, ■■ '& / ' ■- ''Wnames of those announcing their Can- didacy-for public office, all of which are subject to the action of the Dem- ocratic Primary July, 1911. 'JJotice: No name will be inserted un- ^fess accompanied by fchecash. District - fee $10. Cc J bounty $7.SO.. Precinct $5 For Representative 122 District. FRANK E.WHITE 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. LOCK HART. Crojby 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. If. hamEsT JOHN K. FULLINGIM. For Commissi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 July 1912

■HH IPH8 jgm? I Bill'i ys Sounds ■Warn : ' ,■-"]■• -'-■■■ tp i, "Texas, July 13.-Ram- rters today gam' out statement." ." information" received parts of the state. Convinced that there is a I n' dnca -i i' --oc niuye- tjie election laws, whether .sue- on behalf of the opposition1 ce.ssful or not; and also, to watch ge- Ramsey's candidacy, to claims, and preserve the the 1 itic-pri laries, names 0f those'" attempting to . every' posible Republican vote without having' a poll tax -1 01 !'aj piti'ioosc oi voting reCerot, upon the pretext that Governor Colquitt, also, to under ; twenty-one or , re the large numbers of overslxty of or who Mexicans who have no leral.for ther reason, are not right to vote, and, in some por- mb ect to the.paTOent of a poll tion of the .state, where no .tests ^ fa ^ wbere jt js have been prescribed, it is grave-i - tj^at Republicans are ly feared that neftroes may be m- undertaking t0 vote in primaries vitedjnto the .primary, and pre- to likewise make a minu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 July 1912

iSw South PSains 1912. Great Texas CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY THURSDAY, JULY 25, f $ . ' ..,Visit Crosbytoe They See the Country,, Inspect our Indus- —. - tries, PAH the Badger and Depart for Home Happy. Qn,last Thursday the Immigra-Uvith a rope around his neck, tion Department of the Crosby-, The dog was held ready, and the ton-Southplains Railroad brought: crowd held its breath the in from the Mississippi Valley i referee gave a mighty jerk on district two Pullmans loaded with i theHbadger's rope, and Immedi- land commissioners who will have , ately his (the referee's) name the handling of the C B Live became famous. The fight was Stock'Company lands in Crosby [ short. The crowd roared with County for selling purposes. ! laughter. The dog looked dis- . When the train pulled into the | gusted and the referee slunk to station forty-four of the most up-! the darkest spot of the town and to-date, and wide-awake land j remained thereuntil daybreak, agents, including several ladies, I To ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 July 1912

* * •"> , * ' , ' , <• , 4 V \ " , : m _ - Wnhl- * THE! WHITE?] i^^&-r.-i:?)C0R: ITE m Co§t of $3;00 •- --■■•■ .■ v • . A. L. Ellison, who is familiarly fg' known as one of Crosby County's 3- best farmers, was a caller at the office of the Review this week aud gave out a few facts regard- ing: his experience in Crostby rates I mmMi ehai je rat per-week which will be readable to those ^interested in the farming con- ditions of the Southplains coun- 'S?SiSl3SS' try. Mr. Ellison tae 'to Cros- i 1 d itii ordered byton when the town was m its nViod^rdivectories will infancy and purchased the iand * jI - if $i per that is now known as the^if®dn - Where an 2mi£n Addition just south of the original ■d* will be charged for town section, together with the planting, and at the rate of $15.00 per ton he clears up a good fill fhp Firm aTnounfc on this little investment.. \JII, UlC r al 111 Millet is almost a sure crop in the SouthplainFcouht^ancf Mr. El- lison says he has never sold a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 July 1912

/ : ' Pifl ! |K ■ ,' •:•' • 7 . - • ■ : '*:■ '-f-$ ~ tifir- '-•■ '•S^'v ■-■ ANNOUNCEMENTS (DEMOCRATIC) :■:'35§L Under this head will appear^ the lllPv -names of-those announcing their - Can- didacy for puiblic oiffice. all of which are subject to the action of the Dem- ocratic Primary 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. ■,W I ■f- * Forjudge, 72nd, Judicial District: W. R. SPENCER. "John h. moore JAMES R. ROBERTSON. H. C. FERGUSON. For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: 1. E. .VICKERS. G. E. LOCKHART. Crosby County For Tax Assessor: e. C. CHERBONNIER. For County and Effstrict Clark: WILL F. EZELL, R. E. BROWN.. •• JOHN W. SMITH. For County .Judge: PINK L- PARRISH. For Sheriff an^l Tax Collector: ' C. E. ROY. JOHN D. McDERMETT. For County Treasurer:.— S. D. (Dod) RAMSEUR. W. D. LAMAJL For Commissioner Precinct No. 2:! W. H. HAMES. JOHNTCTDLLINGIM. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 25 July 1912

, mm J3 HBB^Has SSsifS^ffS ■■|dBH9flBHMR 8$ fflHR fi ®t mMI (/ ||gggg | £ ®s®|L ■ . "■'" '5i a^gfel® man in the public service, and in' esxalted patriotism he has ho su- iiaiii l-1; • t-uutfasmmaamflMfasraHx^^ 1 - ,_ H'..::v.---;v:;...-v,., i-,--;.' Hit With His Own Club. Jake Wolters gave Morris Shep- m f-"- debate. ; and now Jake has several reasons *Wm W mmm iSiliil lit-:- Wrnmsli life J 1M1 h |«pf f'5v ?"'■.• ^ ■ W*have of Land, the best of healthiest climate, iv, terms easy. Also >ice city Jtots^ Xjood terms. * Johnson Land Go, otic among us. . Texas needs such v. ... • * wi~ rZt&f t u T -vet 4.1: ■ - 4.u for hiring some strong big-footed pubhc8 service ' and" sh™would ' individual to.administer to him wrong herself, if she should fai.'™ f "J* ^asy 'j* to keep him in public life. He;... ?- . ' • . v , , , is an unselfish friend, a good f°rMorr,f. ,n,the de^*^ . ,, . ' ■ , Houston man s argument having neighbor, an upright citizen and .,, • f , , < , , *k u i * i • the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 August 1912

11 "« '.*■« \ , T r V— ip *,rw " * , " ""*,v J" ■ i K«-M NHaMu><afll. * 4 * . '4. t t'-fi «> * ■ • <* ^ ' : j. ;| g SJ!P ^tlb llftlll S:lllii 8B|B~ - ■ ■ .- -. :•. ■ I VOL 4. Crosby County Primary Results Ramsey Leads Colquit; Shep- pard Leads Walters and RandeSl. v •' ■ wffl I People Of Newspaper Gr ea t Plains South Texas CROSBYTON, GflOSBY. COUNTY,. TEIAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST ! The Feed Crop A Sure Thing Reports from Various Locali- ties Indicate that Feed will be in Abundance. We publish below the returns of the primary Election, Saturday, which will show how each of the County this County candidates and a few1 th£n some. Hawkins-Miller Quiet Wedding Sunday, July 28th, at the M. E. Parsonage—Rev. C. D. Pipkin Officiating. From the reports coming-to us On Sunday afternoon at 2:30 there will be feed in Crosby o'clock, Mr. L, H. Hawking and year to spare, and | Miss Madie Miller were united in Milo maize is all i the holy bonds of matrimony, the others came out. The - elec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 August 1912

' ,-•■ J;"r": .::*V:t' ■-■•■.-,•: -.^■•■.: ■"" ': .: '" \;."".,' ■"'.'"'.7".' ^ m ;: . ■ • ' ' ■ ' -i ■ ■ -■ ■ , . : ■ ■ ■ ■■ - ,. n. (-■ & ■ ' ffi Tii : Crosbytoh PALACE GROCERY FRANK m KKU-EY i Year . tmwh\ at Crosby- of March 3 * ■ w$0Mv ad, $i5; 00 per week, ad $8.00 per week. inch 10c 1 play ad, $5. e iourth page .on.!.;Locals and s-don. ivertisiag on the first page, s not specified all advertis- ir will be run until- ordered ... _ iarged for accordingly. „ chi1'-. « lodge directories will t the rate of $1 per . All-reading notices for enter- nts; etc,, where an admission charged will be charged for rate of 10c per line just the e as any other advertising. ~ jfifrfcE to" theTpubucT J- erronous reflection upon the. ter, sLauding or reputation of person, firm or corporation which /■ appear iii the -columns of the Review will' be; glady corrected, upon - oeing. brought to the attention of the publisher. Fottf Issues One Month. - HH' ■ ■ ■HH m ' CROSBYTON-SOUTHPLAIMS R. R. TIME...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 August 1912

||i.. v ■' : ■■ , . : "K: " ; ^ ■ ; ■ *?■ : ; / T. '• ' •. I l'/1 '• . • .. - . ' K$M'l .. '' ] t ' r ! /lffe s1 ?<■?<■, *! '/ *' "s '" "*""" ■* "I " " «■ - > - - - v ► m**> .1 v * - ' '• '' ' - * %* * * «>. S| . v r% WBBm - " : ■■ •is; ::l ' . ; ~£';~ 'j - • , ' • • .' • ,. . « ' . ■ Mi? • 11 to lis §11 m ANNOUNCEMENTS (DEMOCRATIC) ' ?or Representative 122 District. v " PRANK E. WHITE , For Judge, 72nd, Judicial District: W. R. SPENCER. *T T.-H For Attorney, 72nd, Judicial District: J. E. VICKERS. " Crosby Counly For Tax Assessor ; ' C. C. CHBRBONNIER. For County and District Clerk: WILL Fv EZELL, 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:' JOHN K. FULLING IM. ' SOCIALIST PARTY (NOMINEE) For County' and District Clerk, J. U WILLIAMS. , DR. R. P. STOOPS Physician and Surgeon Crosby ton, - Texas L. GOUGH Crosbyton, Texas Mcr^fLB..Live Stock Co. 10,01)0 Fafrn J ...

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

•■-'••■■ " --j'-'-s.^ / - ..•■••..>■.. ■% ■:^!! * <<:;. 'A.& .. •• ■,'•'• , . ; '. ••.; •;. . ; ■ v : '■ ../>";■'■:,;V;;S;? - ;■ Mki ' • . . ■" ;v..:v .7. '.;j i & ->> '« • '•■:<■ :u 2 j*-," it7v ^ .{w ,'w^* "v (/ ( . -'" •-•••"• ' • "> -v-"-''. -v f. -• • • — ;v v.: •" •' ' ' • . " ; . --U.; ., -7..-7,.' M * ;'v HH -■■■'-; -;' """ palms. I should have chance to Annie and I fin- HUh WEIRD EXI IS :.', in" most HlilPw un their first cases Ought to be e's dying exclamation, "Mote ht ]. More, light!" The light of i sun is God's own. microbe killer, •micide, disinfectant, prophylac- . sickness healer. : There is no tiysjciany no chemical antidote, 'no; ^pounded prescription to be_. com- jpared with sunlight. AVithout it nature could not perform her'func- tus. Man, beast, bird, insect would fall victims to the deadly gases that would prevail. The* horrid mists and deadly gases are dispersed and decomposed by the faction of light. Let it in, everywhere! Let ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 August 1912

■' ,-v/ ; ^:rv--v-' | | jJHg 91 ffl | ! ;:i : \ '■ ,: ' - ■ . V : ■ : % , - -a- !v- ^ ' ■ • '.A..- v,,' ,,r -■■ .. : : V ; ' - 'I - ' mfm.-rr IHHSIRPJBPS,j>4f' it' 4w«fev •'v. # v .: ' . 1 ■ ■ "■ ' f T * ' .- , ,& f 11 S . SlfflL ■-in "M ; - m pi t B A Newspaper For All The. People O.f The Great South Plains Of Texas mm VOL. 4. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUWTV, TEXAS, TKURSOAY. AUGUST 8, 1912. Farm Congress Grand Success Crosbyton Men Return from College Station where they Attended Meeting. The party that left Crosbyton about two weeks ago for College Station to attend the Texas State Farmers Congress returned last Saturday and report a most in- structive and enjoyable trip. ,They had stops at the Santa Fe division points of an hour or two and made an inspection of th£ conditions of the crops at each place. Crops are good until get- ting off the Plains and after leav- ing-the Plains they say that the crops are almost 3 failure, until getting as far as Sweetwater where some improvemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 August 1912

;•; • ■ ;■ ;• - > ., ^,1/,^ _,//, t ,,,- '■V 'J ''} i'i v ■■'MM SSs©# j ■." •• v?s«W::; 'm$Mg p ffi !«; *V :*«LLEH ^;.~hB -the; iC#y 5c. Year d Class Matter Jan. } Post Office at Crosby- ider the act of, March_£ ■ r5J:'vi^^'V jVERTISING RATES display ad, $15.00 per week. 5 display ad $8.00 per week. *e display ad, $5.00 per week one fourth page 20c per inch Son. Locals and readers 10c each insertion. .... • . advertismg,on the first page. I is not specified all advertis- tter will be run until ordered charged for accordingly. h and lodge directories will for at the rate of $1 per All reading notices for enter- .ents, etc., where an admission Jt ;<11 be. charged for rate o< l*b ,)cr line just the as any other advertising. ^ wj'b CS TO THE PUBLIC. ' j . s \o:ious rejection upon the , tanding or reputation of n; pu'Sun, firm or corporation which { ar in the columns of the /ill he > k'dy corrected upon r ,ht to The attention iiublishor. of the 11# Koch Issues- Orte Month. CR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 August 1912

i Big f ; ill mmm isH Bp M| I j^U PersonalMentio T. (5. Walker made a trip to Mckens last week; John W. Young, is spending le week in Lybbo<?k while he is iring up his scalded hand. B- fe Olliver of the Cone com- % muniiiiy, Was in Crosby ton Satur- day on business. We will make your Galvanized Tank, any size. J. F. Joss, Hardware. Mrs. Bertha Gerard, of Okla. City, is -visiting the family of W. D. Lamar in Crosby ton this week. Read the local ads in this issue of J. F, Joss, the hardware man. W. H. Hames, the fruit grower from north of town, was here Tuesday transacting business. Barney Johnson has been mak- ing some land deals this week and he is all smiles over the same. A. L. Ellison, Dr. Stoops and others who had their sheds blown down by the wind Saturday, have had a crew of hands rebuilding -them this week, ■Hi * J. Edwards, who farms- north- west of town, sent to the Review office last Saturday some of the best broom corn that has been our Produ< pleasure to see. It is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 August 1912

- ,^—g ife tlSlil A OT $>.4V^V&: rvrr" SIPS § $««(& {BBMW84TIC!) K^wsent FRANK ?or Judge, W. R. SPI WWif#W£!i ;rt„ For MHSBI Wis r- i <".• '4 iiP ■■ Wm nty and District Clerk: S F. EZELL, , y Judges |||1§81 *K LI FARRISH^Y jj o r Sheriff and Tax Collector: a F, ROY. ' _ .. Oounty~Treasurer: " S. D. (Dod) RAMSEUR. '- '• _t _ r Commissioner Precinct iso. 2: JOHN K. FULLINGIM. lings of First Day's Suggestfarof Old: Fashioned Love Feast Ellen Golden Sues for Half of ; •. St. Louis Ironmaster's ' Fortune. . :•. • • ; , Troops and Posse Investigate but Unable to Locate Men whq JEimL--.- Chicago 111, Aug. 5. -The first session of the national conven- tion of the Progressive Party of which Theodore Roosevelt--id sponsor, was held in the Coliseum today.-. ■_ ' , \ • ' . While attended by all the usual ceremony and paraphernalia of a national, political gathering, the SOCIALIST PARTY (NOMINEE) H For- County arid District Clerk, J. Jb. WILLIAMS. DR. R. P. STOOPS Physician and Sur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 August 1912

■■Ms ■b^MI : '*!#*.. '.■<---. 1 ''J I mS Ml — ■ 4™ #a"B at IT™^ T ex a s Plains South Newspaper stsrt ps ,; WY^'4$8 CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, Two Hour Sermon n Ten Minutes Dr.. J. W. Howell ®" - " Hr In Crosbyton Grain Crop to Be Bumper One ife.U mk' m K> -i* SWf 11 The Department of Agriculture Predicts Better than Ten Years Average.' -Washington, D. C., Aug. 9.— That this year's- grain crop tfor the United States will be far in excess of last years was estimat- hibition to a good crowd on the ; ed today by the Department of street in Crosbyton and the talk !.Agriculture. It will tfe better >rdsbyton Has Some Experi- ence in What This Man . f~-- *" Is" Fighting. Last Friday afternoon Rev. ■Carries, the noted prohibitionist and who is an ex-railroad man, delivered a short address on pro- was very entertaining and to the point and was facts that cannot be disputed by anyone.Rev. Carnes told the evils of the whisky traffic and the degrading than th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 August 1912

V «>• 4 r,< mmm m paper, to take lis '®v,€^y~'JCfearsday By ITjE PRINTING CO. LNY jS. WHIT . i ■Mm! e ?t Crosby- Match 8 fiailpage "*If and re yfyv®;iy ««aa-*S • t*r* that it would prov^to be : : aw milk, and we tn't hlame Bossy if she. fcltt the milker and the >^cketf !■■■!■■■■■■■■ Wfi:eYrcmtfre-preacher:fmd~^ iVRATJBS" ., $15.1$ per, week. ■ 5er .week, pq£ wfiekr e 20c per inch aders 10c .. tising on the first page. iot specified all advertis- 11 he run until ordered I for accordingly. - I lodge directories will t the rate of $1 per Ifrig "notices for enter- wnere an admission .0~_ will be charged for of 10c per ling just the " "their advertising. TO THE PUBLIC, erronous reflection, upon the v, standing or reputation of firm or corporation which in the columns of the * will be glady corrected upon ought to the attention of the r Issues One Month jROSBYTONtSbUTHPLArMS R. R. TIME TABLE Crosby ton 9:30 a; iji. — - " 4:30 p.yflfe- annecting with north and south sdund Santa Fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 August 1912

UiSIiSis I i 'i Si2®K %: - g&s -t i .' !■ tr - ■••-- . •■ ■■ .■•■' . ■,.. •; ■ ".;: ■ ■ ' ' .-. " ... ' Personal Mention &( Barney Johnson made a trip ( !;■(/( v \ x,' V, ■ day. be local ads in this issue loss, the hardware man. «very reek at the Racket Store. . tf Store just reeeived school and fancy " • - tf A; J. MeKinnon, of the First National Bank, made a business trip to Plainview Wed- nesday. Miss pan Jenkins and Mrs: B. Anderson, who " have been visit- ing, in Seminole, returned home this week. •, ...' W. H. Morris, of the Ralls Banner, was in Crosbyton Fri- day and paid the Review office a pleasant call. The little,;|on of Mr. and Mrs. W. H-*Orand7 who has been in ill health for the past year, improving very fastly of late. . A Reason for Everything . There are reasons1 for _ every- thing in it&is world, and the Boston Glob.e - has found several of -them. It states t wollen clotbs will cost more be emal-ler; Cotton clothes will be dearer be- cause rains have J^u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 August 1912

— mrnmrs- sntalive 12&JN 72nd, • . ' ■'• ' :"..;r..-, , r; ■■-■:. ; | / /; - : :: r K ^ ^ >::; ■ ■ : . — : . > ■ • ■ .■ i: s ,. ■ ^ :;'■ ■■•■■r ■-■ - - ' ..*; . . ;;v. : ■ ' ■ ■: ■\ ^ ,. : ■ • ■ ■ \ . ' . : - ' . ;. . . '! ■ ■ . ' ■ ; ■: y . -V =. ■ : . i r -. . fare in first place."' ' ' i . SIGNALS FOR AIRMEN = — I 1111"Em ®Pm&PP i 11 Sm H .-rr, Iii A ....... '. ■ •• '■-WJ '■ - rfev 'or Attorney, 72nd, ,Ji ity Judge: _ It r L. PAHRISH, I eriff and;®ax£€pUector^ Soy. ■" >unty Treasurer;! v , J. (Dod) RAMSEUR. Commissioner Precinct No. 2: ' H FULLINGIM.'^ I Mis mm w- ■ f Oi: iLSBT PARTY . : r ' '. -(NOMINEE) . - ■ • gil—-u—;'';. • . ,For County and District Clerk, !- j. L. WILLIAMS. wMm mm G9B And Johnson r • minees, Immediatej^Aftgr rf0sWjM Jjfirst plao^M "TPhe platform declares ;for di- rect primaries in state an dilation for the nomination of all officersT candidatei-fQ^preeiilbnt; *' direct I _ WPP . I . . (L JH election..of'-UvS. Senators: -nrgSS WPPj , llfM bB...

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