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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 August 1912

■ '■A rw- '«fp|g fa. f- M ■< ,F. W. Wilsey " "In Crosbyton Gomes to Arrange for Seventy- Five'Visitors that will Ar- ' rive Friday. • Mr. F. W. Wilsey, of Chicago, Land Commissioner of the Colo- nization Company, arrived in Crosbyton the early part of this week and is making preparations for the entertainment of the sev- enty-five prospectors vwhich are due to arrive to-day (Thursday) from Northern and Eastern states. Mr. Wilsey will he pre- pared to show the visitors over the country and is making ar- rangements for their arrival. This party will represent several states and comes with the inten- tion of purchasing Crosby Countv land. The Colonization Depaft- ment of tJhe Crosbyton-South- plains Railroad Company is push- ing the sale of land on the South- plains, and excursions such as the one that was here last month and the one that is to arrive to- day, is only a beginning of the development of the country. They will run an excursion each first and third Tuesday in each month...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 August 1912

* 'A issssssiis •vYwWifM" per week, ■er week, per week >er inch ers 10c J§$ adveijtis- 1 ordered directories will ie rate of $1 per notices for enter- here an admission frill: be charged for £>f lOej per line just the ng or reputation- of firm or, corporation _which • in the columns of the be glady corrected upon nt to the attention of the mmm N-SOUTHPLAINS R. R. TIME TABLE 1 Lv. Crosbyton &:30 a. m. 2 Ar. '4:30 p. m. nectihg with north and south hid Santa Fe trains at Lub- ;k daily except Sunday, THE CANYONS. BY JOHN CALHOUN SLIGH. ' A merciful Providence has pro- vided the Plains country with eanyohs such as the Palo Duro, the Yellowhouse, and our own ,:y Blanco. The Plainsman in search of recreation does not go up into § the mountains but down into the myons. fThe average man's idea of a canyon is derived from the pic- tures in the school geography portraying the Grand Canyon ^lipColorado. There one sees a chasm in the solid rock which looks to be about ten feet wide an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 August 1912

Kawai^KgC^B V i "r" 1 "> WH . '■..- . ■ ■■ ~. ■ :; ",r;-y;JX' ; '' ..'-T""" :/S. H. Oliver, of the Cone com- <366 rnunity, was in Crosby ton this lfra.elc " ; ]L. Joss, the hardware man, -1® ig m Hereford this week on busi- ness. mm;„ tfge King, of Cone, was among the business visitors from his community, Wednesday. ••••yffisafe'Z'fi- '•. • • , Prof;. J. K. Burke returned from a visit to New Mexico this week where he had been on busi- ness, , ' W. R. Graves, the painter, has been applying his art to the store building of E. G. Cherbonnier s this week. The family of Dr. J. W. Howell has arrived in Croshyton since y our last issue and at present have • „ quarters over the J. F. Joss hard- ware store. 1 J. p. Woody and family paid their f^rm, near Cone, a visit last Friday. Mr. Woody has a good place and has on it a very 'fine crop this year. BY JOHN CALHOUN SLIGII. They have been busy this week ;— 1~ 4* 7'j Miss Ora La Rue returned last week from a two weeks visit to cool Colora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 August 1912

••••• '%, ...v.- ,..: v';:.:'V,-; iptripnH <PBfiOCf!AXIC) amxsantiiii^e 122 District.' ^ FlpVNK E. ' \ For Jut V-J***t , <fr «.'a ' a ,v^iii ." i' {'f-frt' ■« (.<*>**", MMMB .IB i- -fa: >£ ' ' t?£\*V ; iffii1®.' J 'V r/-"J/7vW.Olit ,& £ «'>'(K f 1", ^ 1 v vAf t ' a i iin|an $| ^ $M wcj vi&fe *• V ■tBOSNIER. • and District Cleric: jl f. ezell, . ' jfc#J §{ r |?£® <&''<!& ' " ■' j $|i| r* . nty Judge: _ fC^RR^SH. Sheriff and" Tax Collector: . . C. E. ROY. ' - \ ' ' ," ty Treasurer: . I). (Dod) RAMSEUR. . commissioner Precinct Mo. "2: " '. john k. fullingim. . ., ■>;... ■ '., SOCIALIST PARTY (NOMINEE) TRADE. «9 i8S^i Undertaker Gives Hla Reasons Why: Buttffteta In,Hl Town I# No Longer Lucrative. had eP days out. BLACKMORB DOROTHY Wjk' - r I For County and District Clerk, - J.L.WILLIAMS. . DR. R. P. STOOPS §$$fa$r££-x ',v * * <** ■' v - •_ • ... .. -- Physician and Surgeon Crosby ton, - Texas JH m X W. HOWELL Physician and Surgeon ... cr0h?t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

- —~— -. - - , * ■ ' 1 _■; . ' -. ' ; ■,., :>-^''''^ ■ ■■•■-.■•::: p. ' ' ;' '' m,m A""' A Newspaper All T h e Fe e rnlliaf t M #G r t a t South Plains Of T ex as CROSBY COUIiTY/SxAS, JHURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912. SAT ; : - . : Im HiPie Managers of the Impiigra- the speeches, which were taken tion Department of the Crosby-. down verbatim and written up tpn-Southplains Railroad are cer- expressly forjihis paper. I in I a ■ tainly live wires. On last Thurs- day, August 22nd, three Pull- mahS;: loaded to the limit, brought ill from the North over sixty prospective agents and purchas- ers for Crosby County lands. This is <the second trip of this nature made by the Immigration Department of the Railroad and the people are becoming enthus- iastic in their praise of the men who are at the head of this movement. When the train came into Cros- by. County and the beautiful fields of grain became visible from the car windows, the visit- ' .ors' enthusiasm reached almost the height of excite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

Kvery rtmrwiay By fjj " PRINTING CO.i /HITS, ManagingEdit'>r I r:.,.,„,..>,,i:;?F^6ne N6, '22. 4MpM|" . Residence 'Phone 44. -*■ ■■V' i • -.'A'>:-• I s ' s ISPS m • W k % red-as; Se KM s; on<!gf mmm )ffice at Crosb > ^ Mo*/. certio he mmmi typesetters' Institute to bejpldiiithe jol Building "at Crosbyton, Texas, "beginning at 9:00 p. in., September 2nd, 1912, and clos- ing 4:00*p, £L, Friday, Sept. 6th, 1912; ' ; ' *r'- ' . l'A <K MONDAY. mssmsmm social Program. 3 J&mb ■ es. >1 be charged for 0c per line just the r advertising. ;t THE PUBLIC, reflection upon the standing or reputation of i. firm or corporation which . pear in the columns of the jw will be glady corrected upon ' ^ought to the attention oi' the Month. la 'N-SOUTHPLAI >JS R. R. TABLE . A juv. Crosby ton, 9:30 a. m. No. 2 Ar. 4:30 p. tn. Connecting with north and south bound Santa Fe trains at Lub- bock daily except Sunday. ' wBm i ill 'SOCIALIST PARTY "A:>: ^MINEE/! For County and Distric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

■sill ilfiriirpiM' & ,, •«, • <* , „.: « ; - i-v ' '■ ■■■: '•.■■■.•• > \ ■ ■ • . " I I m mIMR ■ * .. m ; >&m ■, ' vr ■ ■-,. ' ■ - • - y' ■■ .- . . ^ ' i, \ . . I m .vW:, ■ - ■ ■ I . '■' $0*rl. X-- ' I i ' ' ' 'ii % 4« *•$* <$• •$• <4*-*,r •$• *4* •$* *$* # <4* *?• ®r ,"4* *4" 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4^ 4"* '4* -#* *?* Common " KANSAS'3 CITY," MO. aC,''!•'; . _ : ..." '* 1 . V Know all Men by these Presents, lhat we, E. C. McNerney apd Harris IjHuleti, doing business as the Common Sense Silo Plan Company, as assignees of J 0.( F. Wallihan, to' whom was issued by the United Stages Government on the day of June, 1902, Letters Patent numbered 703324 for a new i?nd_u§eful | improvement in Silos, and present owners of said patent, do by these presents make, constitute and appoint '• - , J. J. MURPHY—Lumber" • of Crosbyton, in the State of Texas, our duly authorized agent for the purpose of issuing licenses in our names by him as our agent to such persons as may pur- chase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

Ill fftisi llffMl - &SpMMP Mfpat ■ : - v; - : : . ;;/■ ■ >?k ' : - s ■ . " - '■ /. . ' .■*.> .:: - '■ .-. . - ■ ' * f, ,w«« er. . Thenr Qreece iched the height of her civTU- Jon and fell;1 tHen afterw^ds iMMUtbe height * fell, theni lis was essential for neglected America the west N&IMUY God was of the . viife was from! unty, Arkansas in Missou rny apples 1 thought , —us work try. owe could m p ,> nuv I I 'plums—and Rood that—if you plant the varieties, as well as we havte. them ihjthe North, so we went to work about ty-two or twenty-three years down there where.. I live t we glinted an orchard. We did not know much then t practical fruit growing up so we had to learn from ■ 3i'it-icc about it. We planted pe^h fciees, some apple trees, ees ind such like. It was i ble of a failure and for several years we ' were disap- poi ed i our expectation^ very much, Then 'we con-eluded we concluded we did i not have■ the right kind, so begun to dig up the progress and salvation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

H, ■ - , - f ..MR '•HA51QU!rri'r ^ „ 3 -.1 1 i.. -L- TT..I1.-J' ♦ . If r .n . I ? - * , .-« v I • MR. BASSETT. "(Continued from page 4> But as the Judge has said, if we find one thing v«ood I. I imMM :§mm • -V • h m id we are in the stages of try^ ing. We are also in the stages we have found sufficient to prove a success and we , are trying to better that success each day. 1 I happen to be acquainted with a man who lives in Texas, not far very south of us, and to whom the subject of scientific feeding 'jind; dairy - farming appealed a great deal and I' heard the way he Was producing milk from the cows he was feeding. He was feeding this dairy herd on prickly pears. Jhat man is milk- ing and Has in his dairy herd something like 1800 head of 7 Jersey cows and I believe he has the largest dairy in the world. He is Ed C. Lassiter, of "Falfur- v rius, Texas. I have met Mr. Lassiter a great many times and ' I have had a great many very interesting talks with him. He is the kind of man ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

yJjVrvi V- ■■ A* *r jU -i", li. •Pi? stiss ,' t 1111 h II1 ■ '•> •'4^' '7'" s4;"^?^v^ - tagfeggamfe ,*Wlj§jF ttP IW V :. *" mam " 4 ^3 «1 P« w mm MR ■ •/' ' -'. IS t ' ' S flS# MWW SMil MI ' k\fw§ m Bi# mm .*. y 1 •: 1%,. ■*p«ice P*;; mam I whgh l«a% here ,nd there was a great wdht know when to stop, 1 you frankly that I am to stop in a few minutes, pt to speak for*Nebraska thank you for your kindness and thank you-for your ex^ ?d courtesies and kind words 1 the. way in which you have /treated us. We have comedown . here, have looked qver your country and indeed it is a sur- prise to me. You have better crops here to-day than we have in .lots of places in Nebraska to land is worth J Jpf| an acre, and running, through it to >u can get from the t, Sou til/and West, it is going to be a Those poor fellows iing ancLgiving two- their crops to the land- with the other three- ring the hired help, liv- id all orher expenses. When back we "will" have a good 1 for Crosby County, for the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

! _ J' -J.../_ ,1 JUDG£,s£OtJGH. - (Corofapued from pay'e 6)' —1 HIKMnPHHPili - 0r J 4* <* v-^M $f -nf, v *),, ',. ■•■' V'' \ '■'' '- "iV V I . ^'v. :\\ - ' * W < 4 *■ $ s ' ?f V 5 ' ' , %/ . vf.A */£,''■\>vr, v. v-^ .■ ...~..j,.w " ■ ' - j . . < 1 ., ti<:« ,i-\ ■ - , t : y . sal i iod <?rops oiv one side rof. the ^pd and pow crops on the other, we paraphrased anfl made the couplet read this way.:; "One farmer succeeds, another fails, a¥ the sedlops eome and go. It is preparing the soil and not the toil that- determines the crops that grow." The Toastmaster:—T^xas U9ed to be famed for longhorns, we however have learned to appre- ciate the short horns, and in or- der that you may know that we do really appreciate it, we want to introduce to you Mr. Horn, of Ofeip, who will now address you. The motto of my Episcopacy is this:-''^ofi:^^^:H6ri9r.^tfelori£>>-' 'Tf —'II ' ' s '. ..in 1 • ill-.. 6od only I believe. Olory." Honor and appear to be vast bodies of water...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 August 1912

g < 1 | i * /■ | ■n 1 i 1 BMgjpjBMp S®P®M8B#ah 1 M "•'V ■■ i- wfimrnmmm. vmmmm, - MBMBmI *i ' ; o: *l\N vU';;.vi-| f,.' ■r' 'i":'^i ■ r m ^mmmm wmmmmm • •• - MMt , ,d!f '••y. - v lift' "J :'■- 1.^-lrijj?1"'.. .'■■ .''■ . ,""! .." 1 ..' !..IINM.fa •: ,J^: 1 "..I1 ''■'' " ' "|f .' 1 111 1 "".' 'U 1 ■RB IS!) Notes !=No ,v SS&kCi: ■W® M i* ' -S* until paid. (S%; INTIEMIEST Wheat, Oats-, Corn, Milo Maize, Kafir Corn, Millet, Pea.Nuts,' Potatoes. All. lands off Vegetables and Fruits grow in abundance. i±sas^r*3fea3Kiioiss^is vis'' ' ' , %!$& ' ' ' I to Insure Annua! Crops ©ff Large Yield per acre, illlllll I ~\7 ' ' ■ • 8 - x. it &Aa ' s%vS< •, '' 1 to 5 Acre Fruit Tracts! 1 fea;."'; :~ |":{ r v'> SKIti! Hfl|| tffiP1 ■ ■■Mm — — hb 8 ^ % :AVJ wist BaHiS ■•ft-1 . . J I vvf''' I . • /'. J v 'l } V ' , 1 , ^ ••.. ' . Improved! Farms■ to: to%" Acre Garden to 100 Acre Farms! 1000 to 15000 Acre Ranches! " , ;.".f '••- . ■.. -'■>*< . can be purchased at prices less tita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 September 1912

' . . .1 * ,.. • , . '■ • ' . mm mmmm. mr;' ••-4 •• i' •••.... .... / 0 f T h e Great SI® wspaper S oil th P lains CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY/ SEPTEMBER S, 1912 VOL 4. I V 'iv : :rf$- ?£*$;> Third Excursion , To Crosby County Our Visitors Arrive on Time And Seem to be Much Pleased. The third fortnighly excursion, initiated by the Immigration De- partment of the Crosbyton-South- plains Railroad, came in on sche- dule time this week, composed mostly of earnest homeseekers. These excursions are attracting , the attention of the whole Pan- handle and Southplains couhtry and the owners of land in Cros- by and adjoining counties are be- coming satisfied'that this move- ment is to be of widespread bene- fit. Words of praise are coming into the Land Office of the Com- the fact that he is right in the heart of the harvest season. An- other thing which prevented us from getting out a larger party at this time is the fact that the two previous excursions which we held consist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 September 1912

■■■ •' %. m g ■■*«.#, ■ -'' *, \ jP * -'- •'«§■1 ! ' V- .' ; : ;r: ■■'■'■- :■ :r':-v?.' -' . • X~——1:1 '■ ■: 7 _ ■ ' ■ '• ••• ^ vv . J#;, . t :lh r^"r^v3 ^. .- _ 1 - .$'/ ( fe J^'' MJajjjkjl frj Iifftt ~~ fjWptew Sk&SSSTJS Homer Wade. gig mm iMl I 111 xicaft After lany Other. >t 2. —Death at the ids of a rebel soldier was the " * an American citizen, tua Stevens, while he fought >tect his two daughters in v ihcvo. s of the tragedy was re- here by 0. P. Brown, { , t of the Mormon t lies in Mexico. At first it 3 te 1 that Stevens was 5lied by an American, but this repus, was sent, it was, said, to avoid trouble with the rebels, ■ who - still invest the American settlements of Juarez. ' Two labels visited the Stevens .home. Stevens met the intrud- 3Y,; with a shotgun and.. escorted iem to the limits of his prop- erty. According to the story told by his daughters, one of the Mexicans drew a sword bayonet from his belt and thrust it into the American's body. h j H m 4 ■ Hi I !*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 September 1912

- « I in m The Crosbyton Review Published Every Thursday By THE WHITE PRINTING CO, [NOT ifcLQORPORATED] FRANK E. WHITE: Editw and Prop. Office 'Phone No. 22. Residence 'Phone 44. Subscription $1.00 per Year Single Copy 5c. #><♦><♦><♦><♦>#><♦> <3fe> im A Few Treasons Why You Should Do Your -4j! < ' ' • ■■ j . ■ • ■ ■- ' "i Banking With The Citizens National ^ Bank of Crosbyton; Texas ii||l * -j lil r-i 4- — 4A IT PAYS TO LOOK 9MOUNB! Before buying anything in LUMBER. Don't fail to get my figures. I carry a Complete Stock, including LUMBER, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT. . Course In and See the Common Sense Silo Model! Every Farmer should be interested in this wonderful SILO. .Biggest money- , maker for the Farmer ever produced. Don't Forget—I handle the Sherwin-Williams Paint. Glass cut any size. Fence Posts, Stays, WEATHERPROOF ROOFING, SCREEN DOORS MURPHY=The Lumberman S. 2. 3. Do You Wear Clothes? Entered as Second Class Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 September 1912

l . '"r •- ' ;v; ■ j , . ft©Si; ^ 'ft ' ' - : . Ill SSI, HHHpHh 1 SjSBilP ■■ } ^ ^ .* . > i >■ t.{ , ? ^-.k, * . ,~i,,.. if \ BH WA-y>, it$ Yf-r v." > *ffvsM^^Mxm'' *%wy>- ■ -Jvw$w ?S'ifr4' "' • |H m ft™ i - 8e===ioc=z==io 1 '1 . it 1: ifHV | HF ' <■ '|hU, - JH mmm v V.. . . .■./.. 1 f: . hy-:;i£?i " 'it ;.VMi vft>ft (Vi> ■■-■;■ ■' •' •' ft'^;: s^v.'.r-' D D D Offered for'sale on terms of One-Fifth of purchase price being- paid at date of sale, balance of purchase price payable by delivery of One-Half of crop each year until paid. G?o INTEREST Wheat* Oafs? Corn, Milo Maize, Kafir Corn, Millet, Pea, Nuts, Potatoes* All kinds of Vegetables and Fruits grow in abundance. Ample Rainfall to Insure Annual Crops ©f Large Yield per acre* nm ,1 ^ftftft V,r ' ft 1 to 5 Acre Fruit Tracts! ^ ' .. 10 to 4© Acre Garden Tracts! ■ 1 'u" • 40 to 100-Acre Farms! , ^s. ■•.:•-■, . ft ft. ... 1000 to15000 Acre Eanches! pp Improved Farms in high state of cultivation can be purchase...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 September 1912

1' p® 'H( i 'f ' >c.' was 5®S ||1 m&M. '&§'$$ WM0^' > "" •rwwpr^ Newspaper For AH The People 0:1 #11 Croat South Plains Of T ex as CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 12,1912. '.SSI W" % Excursion Will . : Arrive the 19th Will be Largest yet and Will Bring Many vyhd will Make Homes Here. The Review iain receipt of in- formation that the Colonization Department of the Crosbyton- Southplains Railroad will bring in their fourth immigration train fronjf the North arriving in Cros- byton on the 19th day of this month which comes on Thurs- day of next Week. This is to be the largest party of prospective buyers as yet, and the sales are expected to run high. These people are doing a great work for the settlement of Crosby County and the time is' not far distant when we will have a good farmer on nearly every tract of land in the country surrounding Crosbyton. There is -no wonder, for ' the satisfaction" of those who came and saw the country and have purchased...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 September 1912

{;}& m 9B8 llSfig , ^ ' ; :." \: ■ ; : ' • • • v. : ■. ' ' ' >. , ^ m 'V-v > klmm mm M frankm . Class Matte* 3an. t Office at Crosby- Year __ U. S. Bonds to secure cir- .H tW itiTt I i- RTISJNG RATES H ty adf> ?1S:00 per, week, y ad~$8.t(0^rfer w«*ek. lay ad, $5.0&- p^r week iirfch pa^te 20c tier inch n.r Lbcals and reaSers 10c insertion. $ j^erfcising on the first page, not specified all advertis- ill be run until ordered £ed for accordingly., and lodge directories will or at the rate of $1 per All reading notices for enter* etc. , where ^an admission narged will be charged for } rate of 10c per line just the r>e as any other advertising. $ j4 • r A of the ' m' i i rState of Texas, at siness, Sept, 4th., 1912. I ( y Discounts,....... ,.,.$M>,853.2$ .Secured and v ecured...1U,13 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, erronous reflection upon the mete?, standing or reputation of irsoft, firm or corporation which appear .in: the columns of the" will be glady corrected upon rough...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 September 1912

MM . ■ • ":"v. ' '■ : v :.: :■ * . lV,• <►. f■^mm| hyffi' ^ v v-; PROPER GROWTH OF CALABASH Plant Thrives Better When Reared ; In Hothouse Than It Wilt In --*he~Open~AI«i———-;-*4 I 's a Difference There is a big difference in the QUALITY of LUMBER A PLEASURE To show you through my stock — which is complete in every respect. "COME AND SEE ME." MURPHY=The Lumberman - CROSBYTON > The fruits are allowed to remain on the vine, which is a relative of 1/aS the gourds, till the outer parte are j y? quite hard, for if gathered before • nP they are fully ripe difficulty is expe-j W riftnced in seasoning. On the other j<®> hand, they must not be allowed to j %> remain long enough to be subjected I <§> to frost, for a severe frost is likely j <&> to cause injury. Dry, sunny weather ! J£> is more favorable to tlj'e development: <&> !♦ of fruit than wet weather,* for though the plants will take plenty of] J water? more satisfactory results are; obtained...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 September 1912

mSm :: . miVmffi ... II wmm m:h- j I«si • '" - •1' 14,n • SSHlSil!iISi BSEESS^SESSEIaB^^raE^HSftSSa^SffiaSEwSs rr— irrmr~~ vir~- "wrr -Trur i * wM&f0f^4yS4Ht pj v•' v\ ' •' 1 ! mbr? - H *- hb ii j ■j 7? • H "" - L 1 H - H H > ir " ■w ; :;'4 . ytas? Uk*h£ IN THE FERTILE CROSBY COUNTY Offered for sale on terms of One-Fifth of'purchase price being' paid at date of sale, balance i (5f INTEREST Wheat, Oats, Corn, Mild Maize, Kafir Corn, Millet, Pea Nuts, Potatoes. Vegetables and Fruits grow in abundance. All kinds of Ample Rainfall to Insure Annual Crops of Large, Yield per acre. .v#« 1- - 1-to 5 Acre Fruit Tracts! . 7^. 10 to 40 Acre Garden Tracts! 40 to 100 Acre Farms ! v-1 . '■ "'1000 to 15000 Acre Ranches! ,1 Improved Farms in high state of cultivation can be purchased at prices less than their value, -andin liberal terms. - - 7 ■■ isi! For further information write Land and CR0SBYT!

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