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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 September 1912

—WW PMWai ■ all A Newspaper For A11 The Peopir QfJ The Great Sooth Plains Of feias CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, , SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. =^= to Our Visitors. Sp3Pj ! ..'m IS wM y iWm imam mm mm ■i i , ■ ■4 < PM m$;+" ,HPWL , .. bly^ble. Come 1 Crosbyton People With v Pleas- ure Bid a Welcome to . . Fourth Exursioo. "Our Northern friends who ~"Will arrive over the Crosbyton Southplaina, this evening at 4:30 will be received with open arms t>y the people of Crosbyton, and we all wish for them the great- est of pleasure and our, abiding faith in the country forces us to earnestly hope each of them will buy and become a permanent set- jtler of the South Plains Country" The Review editor has been fusticating up and down the streets today to see if we could find some information, for our own satisfaction, as the feeling of the people of Crosbyton, to- wartHhe people who are coming in this evening on the train and the above has been the unani- mous expression of every one that the s...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 September 1912

. ; ' -: ■•■■ . . ^V<. —""W- ■■ • ,. . i ■ ■ ,, ■ ■ ' :; . ■• ■ -• •- ; . r ! ■;•■< , . • ' ' .. . . ... . ' ' .. ■ .. . ■ • ' . v - ? " / ■■ - .■■ ' I ■ «. ' ' . J ..v. ■■■;■';.■ ... .-- -- ■.■■■■■■■■■■ ' ■■■; - ■ ' •' "" 1 1 1 1 11 "' ■ •" ■ ,Tf-l%ifT) 'rr ^"T - f ^ I, r , - i-aj cswtpsg ■$* "*'?■*•■ rv'* '*&* *f* *■$* <*$* •$• *f* .** *$* *v* *w* •f5* *w* *w* ^ JL ■„ Mil mm nn fifer* a Mssm The Crosbyton Review _ Published Every Thura'day By block of Jand for' Dear Sir: A gallon saved 18 $4 THE ^S^fcSiroRATE1!?0 ' eale at $4Q.per acre. 325 acres'or $B earned. Snp B of Crosbyton y _^£NQT INCORPORATED] • FRANK E. WHITE, Editor an* Prop. Office Thone No. 22. Residence"' Phone 44. Subscription $1.00 per Year C Single Copy So. :ANI>: Entered as Second Class Matter Jan. 14, 1909 at the Post Office at Crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March 3 1879. ^L- J;-- '.«.'■•• I I SffiZ ;'r 'e ©re "Merchandising, and'Sell most every- • r *-V'" • ' • „ • •' .... Vj, , ., thing th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 September 1912

nmm LOST—OnsLbiaek so^.weigjht W -|v School Books School Btipplies of all Kinds. The "Blue Jay Line" of Tablets, Pencils; Rules, Etc., are one priced-Five Cents. "Blue,. Jay". Bustfess Crayon, 40 cts., goes twice as far as others. All Books- -and Supplies will sold for cash: Drinking Cups. CR0SBYT0N PHARMACY about 150 or 160 Jbs. When last seen had sore on her back. Left ear cropped. Will, pay reasonable reward. Notify _ _ ^ - Sieber & Murray. 2t - Crosbyton, Texas. ' y Notice. During alterations at the Cros- by tor/ Inn, the Key to the fire hou$e will be kept at the Sanders Hotel. Palestine, Texas.—The Young Men's Business League is work- ing to raise the necessary, hun- dred thousand dollars bonne for the proposed railroad between Palestine and Corsicana. Blue Serge Suits, the best in town, at the popular price of 2.00, at J. E. Johnston's. It's said, "There's alwa\s room on top." We may be a lit- tle hoggish —som3 folks are-"but if we can't be the top hog we won't stand aroun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 19 September 1912

t : Wwf "',j! pi • mmmm wmm—9Pp# . ; ' ■ ' , - ■ MM 18M MMHI WmmmMm I mm* ^ >^:V- ;;;V'%S^r; : V.": >•- :^V' , W. ' t> '■ -,V • •' *•> ;:!pil : -.v: 'C".: m *. v - sl-S^Kl fe"*-<S£r ;:V THE FERTILE ] -< Offered for sale orHerms 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 yeai iifr INTEREST . Wheat, Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Kafir Corn, Millet, Pea "Nuts, Potatoes. All kinds off Vegetables and Fruits grow an abundance. s a*8Bi#aw8«g?a^ V5 5/ -; ' w'Hj fe^lvv^-'vvVJC' %>% 1'' "' •' ■ - 1 'K '. " W;^ .?■: . I ; ——. . m?' - i t issii Smffl.law- WM ■{ i>-' .. ^ Hjg|i| 1 ' ' Wr^Jb Sii Ample Rainfall to. Insure Annual Crops ©f Large Yield per acre., ' ~ r 1 to 5 Acre Fruit Tracts! ' ' ■ •; 10 to 40 Acre Garden Tracts! to 100 Acre Farms! ' - - :_T: 1000 to 1500© Acre " Ranches! WW-rif ' V.' If* Improved Parms in high state of cultivation can |p|ue,antf on Jjheral terms. For further in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

■ If • & -* ^ „% / • • , ~ ~ T ' "* ;;::av. . .- M HM19h9H1 VOL 4. i wmhpj ■ ^ ■ V <,^,' : , , : ■ , •'■•/' fisB ■,.. ■ ; . ;v*r^^: lit rail A newspaper For J£ S1 The People . 0.1 T h e Great South Plains If Texas !... j." . CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, T , SEPTEMBER "26, 1912. $M ■ ■'' ■ NO. i^wgm Auto Party Back From Fishing Trip Travel 860 Miles Over the Roughest Roads in all of • Texas they say. 9. Julian M. Bassett On Conditions Tells, of Plans Along Many In- teresting Lines—City will Grow Rapidly. - %/ ft. The fishing and camping party composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parks, Misses Lelley and Nora Easter and Messrs. J. M. Brooks and Will Ingram, who left Cros- byton some weeks ago for an ex- tended trip to Devils River, re- turned at an early hour yesterday morning. They left Crosby ton for Lubbock; from Lubbock to Tahoka and on via Lamesa, Big Springs, SteTliwCity, Sah" A1i> gelo, Christoval, Eldorado, Juno, and twenty-two miles south of this place they quit the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

#>,- f/■' ^ ^ 'J* <*sS£ 1 ' ::. • ' -r\ £r ' t } lfi 5 £ Ill u ^4-£fif|§ *f§& s«. I ' ' \t ^ w4& ^ "J j 1 '■t'wi % I® ■ :• : ' :" . '■ • \ . ■ ■ ; -• -.. ■ ■. • . - - ., • . :i' ■ K;*' -v • \ ■ ■ . . 3 * . ' - ■ . • , • ..... , ... . .•••,. • 1 r: •, .,. ..... ' ,„. ,_ % I m ? m H ."■ s - f. Birbseye View of Spur, Texas When she was only three months old. OF MANY IHflial£j RACES mmk Army ^ Warring Against Italy the *>«■•«*,It a Co«mop«M - j tanOrflaniMtlon. a Arab girl is wearing «h«i rtfe of the Fiftieth regiment of infantry as a petticoat, and j rain case of the flag, braasen spear-shaped top, "Name it," replied the master. ^Incompatahility," * He did not %et the whipping. A8 HI8 MELANCHOLY DEEPENED. w "The play's the thing!" Hamlet had just spoken these words. Then he reflected a moment. "But if it's-a 'Playboy,'" he add- ed, "the press agent is the thing!" ht to my tent today by This luminous afterthought^ how- Be}/' writes a Tripoli"W !U St "There is a new infl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

B ■ '• -vm *-.!?3-- V ,^S-: ■■^^^^■558555 _g_l~ jug i '1 piii IPBPPPI^Ps^^sii s&PMHHHT ! V /, IBpWBBRSSW IfiiMiBSi^^^K.# MRM £ ®T? 1 HE mm c H School Books ?$!$«*« # School Supplies of all Kinds. First Presbyterian Church, Crosby ion," Texas. t SHOOTING MADE MORE COSTLY, Taxpayers ao Well ao Sportsmen Will Have to Pay More for Their Cartridge#. The cost of kilfiiig- a soldier in ibattle is going to he appreciably in- creased bv the rise in the market price of leaf!. . right. I must go round to the ves- try." In the vestibule the wife was met by a kind-hearted steward, who, aft- er giving her a hearty welcome and a hymn book, conducted her to a comfortable seat. At the daae of the service the same kind-hearted steward gave her a hearty shake of the hand, adding how pleased he would be to see her at the services each Sunday. Then, whispering, he said: "But, let. me tfarge orders pbc& some months ago ?6u' we don't^t 8 duffer- Iike ^t old- prices, but, the London Daily Thinking ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

1111111 v. Jj1 ITiS, £>iit>r and^r Office 'Plxone No. 22. Residence 'Phone 44. Slllifi iiii Entered as i4, iy«9 mm tow TexaM MS pi ' ■ e J ■ S 00 per w also A prevailing spirit of friendli- ness, will create an impression on the stranger and your city will not soon be forgotten. J __ Natural7advantagef^e" "loca- tion; population and transporta- Without these your city is 111 H§pB ■ All reading notices for enter- its, etc.,_where an., admission . ^ charged for per line just the ivertising. NOTICE TO TH E PUBLIC. cter, standing or reputation of jr person, firm or corporation which ay appear in the columns,of the -'ewwill be glady corrected upon £ brought to the attention, of the jblisher. .' J sing onthenrst page. specified all advertis- ill be run until ordered fed for accordingly. . amt lodge directories will doomed to a slow and uncertain tor at. the rate of '$1 . per . . ——- |gpowtn. Four Issues One Month. pil of Woodrow Wilson. ' v . ' T Sneed, who is now con- ned, in the P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

tomobilist and aeronaut, sends from Paris a funny automobile yarn," said a member of the Aero club in New York. "4n Anwriean - tonrfet7 We story goes, .went to Germany in his car to - - ClarksvUle, .tfexas. -Several miles of concrete sidewalks have been built in ClarksviUe since the beginning 6f 1912 and only a few scattering blocks in the city re- main without this improvement. . Additional orders were made by e^rcity council last week and within another month practically the entire incorporation will be supplied with cement walks; Corpus Christ!, Texas.—By ref- erendum vote, H. M. Wallace of Detroit, Michigan, was granted a franchise to erect a gas plant, Instanti.v the men leaped oul ran •the cost of same to be in the i m.t? the villa"?' r*tu?ed in d . - '■ mmsmmmsfa ■■ ' - TOO QUICK IN H .—..... ■. , Automoblllat Later Had ' ■oblll.t Later Had Somo Th)n9 to S^y About Ger- man Efficiency. mmm ; CO [§MSsMsm see the last army. maneuvers. He was impressed with what he saw, | and esp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

v- '' " " > ' 1 - . 1^1 •> ^ *• >*'-?(' „t '<% >* j ■ , ' ■■ .■■■■: - : -• .• :; . Ww— ■ ■ , H mm* > v> fir' ?$ m< - mmm §8t§ I 1 1 31_ I'lV II I'l1 n I "h ' V ^ ^1,^,1,^^ frh'm'" ', 'h,- M - „,'r ,,„ ■ ■mmmm ir> .« ill ^mm mmm g II vo m If r, % liilgNwM lllllllllll , ' ■ ' . : — ■g *4 111 ^PRiR ill % O !: jFb&TV 'Muz&s I&l£>&aThfItf& JZ 5oo MCRB FUS-zd ❖ ^ Where the Wheatand-the Cotton Grow. Crosbyton PITH PRODUtri a IW UEWIAnjU land oi( which the state house ex- Ja tension was built. Several years ago Article of Commercial ImportaN Now Being Exported From Formosfe. the chief of the Paris fire depart- inent and a; colonel in the French" army visited Boston to make a study n the 10,000 Acre Farm, Crosbyton A Japanese merchant of Taipeh of fire risks, slays the Tt-aveler. Just has forwarded to the United States, before leaving Boston he called on through Commercial" A§ent Lovett the late Fire Chief William A. A. Wood, some stalks <...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

•" mm r.^'lpl 1/i1 ' I; *' 1 i' ">'! By* A. MARIA "CRAWFORD SO > •": k: y, ■;■ SSS' ■' yrlgbt, 1612, by Associated Literary Press.) j "When a man loves a woman as ' well as I Jove you, and when you ad- roit; that you love me but refuse to , marry me, I believe that I am jus- tified, in wanting to kno\^ exactly . why." They were having late supper at a table in an alcove in a large restaur- j ant. The gold tassel at the side of | her little theater cap swayed slightly as she leaned her head over, staring ; at the white cloth with its mound of yellow roses. - "Look at me, Helen! It's high • time that we threshed y^his thing j out," continued John Haldon quiet- : ly • ■ ; Helen Rayfier'g face flushed pain- fully.. "I—I wish you wouldn't dis- cuss such personal things—here." "Nobody is listening to us. Dean Sherwood is grinning his usual 'She'll never have you. my bov,' and „ I am not willing to submit to ex- j preseive public speculation any I more. You'll either have to take me ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 September 1912

mm mm y. V fi'1 v f ■' - t; I H| | l MP ■ f '-ij' r gggjigg^^ m ; II =aoi——toi- -it^-—a0i=30) ' '■* i piii IMS ■ HP pgs#t^fe^fe •' i ■ •■-■■■■- ■ S£| a >/;«t ; • lU '"'i-T', .."j—.l-. :- ;«, • • , '. .. • -~ y "• ;: " . •• ; ■ •■.'• ,'- ■ ;. ■ '■'■ ■ •*■•,. ;■ .'■; '<^rtMiiMifiMi W ' ' v-:-:.- " :y-J" "c>,: \-:y. V i' l V\ . ■ w "A-* §p!p^ !®>.1 ' : . , J .-;1 ;••-•- • •■rv '■'-V'; ■: %y\, "':v;..i.: yyy:%^ A HOME ——- mim fot&X <'V' '«'>■ ft -- •;■ 1® the Fertile crosby county Hfii^tw l Hi - I ■KTSKSB^g- iPIm] llii 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=HaIf of crop each year until paid* - ' -'■■. Ggfe INTEREST Wheat, Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Kafir Corn, Millet, Pea Nuts, Potatoes. All kinds of Vegetables and Fruits grow ie abundance. NO IRRIGArTIO:N ' ■ 7> -• / . i _ «• 9 Ample-Rainfall to Insure Annual Crops ©f Large Yield per acre. '■• vr'' • - .'••.... * • ...

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

/V uJlr: ^ r - '* ~ H! ■ 'V' '14 ^'uli SaBr"' ■MM 1 ■ ijvl>.':,;: Newspaper For AT! T IreFeopie he ■'- ■' Vr.'TrfJfcfl * V South Plains WS^tMfSi T ex a s 1 , IraTOraffMI ifeii 4. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912. Im$M Lorenzo Growing- " New Enterprise The Town With A Future so . They AH Say and It Will Make A City.- Bridge To Be 1 "<■''Erected Soon Mr.v H. C. Pearson^ that old- timer of Crosby County, and by- the-way, one of the first mer- chants of Lorenzo, was in our city Tuesday and informed us that Lorenzo is still growing and that he and Polls Smallin had seen fit to open up a drug store. Tlie name of the firm will be Pearson & Smallin and the store i will be known as the 'LorehzcT Drug Store. There are some new buildings going on in and around Lorenzo and the time for the new comers will, soon be there and they ex- pect to double in population in the next six months. . Lorenzo is in the very heart of Crosby ^County's best farming country and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 October 1912

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 October 1912

mimmmmm iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiirv iu - WORLD'S DEBT TO THE SPIDER, HAD RIGHT JFO *1 ■■liiKlKwlSBs insect Has Not Been Given Its...Meed ^4 of Gratitude at the Harjdo V of Humanity. I think it can be styd that, there Most People Will Admit That French Husband Had Received Some Provocation. ' ■■ 1YED FOR QUALITY IN EDUCATION WASTE TIME I Accuracy ^and Efficiency" the Two Too Many Exhaust Efficiency" Main Requisites for thfr Busi- ness World of To-day. Themselves Getting Ready for .Their Life's Work. Francis Larmire,, one of the heads ^ ' Accuracy and efficiency areaquali-\ Washington' Frring telbr ^---etery -^neYer has been one absolutely au-I French postal " service, was ' ties very mncfi needed in 'thft-aociaL-.of a man who tried to jump over a thentic case of spider bite. The so-1 treated to a surprise when he spoke 1 organism. Business men. complain hill. He went back so far "to get his tailed spider bites received occasion- i harshly to his wife. He reminded .ally,-and generally i...

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

.,.™ .. HHHpMM ^ VASjtoW . ! v': ',■ :''./;';.'c.... / .'■: I - *• J k. / W ' J J ^ ; ?' day By H ! 1 Pt.bI5sh<(3 Every TH the wmm?M (HOT Ml :—: lE^smja HSi MM |pc-i ton, mm im- Wfe*S2Sii h«h ■VS."-** -J r!$**••! nper Year /5c. . 3)ass Matter "fan. Offices *t Crosby- er the act of March 3 J U,, Kit thod ©f L ;i a j 1J Fpund Uttfe Favor |n That concerns are wide awake to that ! °Punirfr _ a*d nearly every country week- j_ um^ where gasolene costs 3* ly carries the ads of the mail a ga]lon,-the -automobile is- order house> The Review does making progress slowly, but as mod-' not do this for we have at all em ideas are rapidly becoming more; prevalent, as indicated by the recentj demands for a progressive goyern-; iment, this^ condition is likely to; Brafi 'ISING RATES ' ' , ? ad, $15,00 per Tweek y adff$8.00 per week i display ad, $5.00 per week- "ourth page 20c per inch Locals and readers 10c i insertion. „ Jvertising on the first page. : is nbt specified all advertis- . •ie ru...

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

■KMfli tmmm s,;> v >t ! tej | ' .'i ii..11 jr ... _ . . - . ,. ...... -:: ...,. ^.CT^rTe1 ■-■■•" E RAG PICKERS OF PARIS EAT, INDEED, IS LIMB m4 *• ■ 5a- j| HAD TO MARRY OR P. ngland, Not V^ry Long Ago, Bach- Baltimore Writer Soars to e!or Contributed to the Revenues of .the' Country. II ^|Wy ii Iwi'l II In) 1 1.. This is leap year, but the meaning is not so vital now as it once "was. Sublime Heights in His Praise of Delicacy. Almost unjqUe Class of Workers Whose Duty It Is to Sort Befuse of: *— - :fl "City. The rag-pickers of Paris are born 44- m 18 „ It has beep a commonplace of servation, indeed, for hundreds of , t0 their worjt, the occupation being For instance* says the Jiansas City'. years that limburger cheese ha&.re- [passed from father to son for gen- ^ Star, in England in %he old days, , markable virtues as a preservative, ; eratioris. there was taxation for the man who stimulant and antiseptic. The man - avoided marriage, either from choice who eats it daily is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 October 1912

. . ■ ; .. ■ ; ; . - : ' ■ : : . ? V ^ ' ^ ■ '- : , ; ■: S- ^ : " ■ / ; : • ' 3" ■ I -1 . ' - ; ■: ■ V : - : . '• ■ : : . ' ■' ' ' ■ ' ^ ' ' " ■■■ ---~ ■ ^i±aoe=S30B=30E=3ie==30i==£aoE=aoc=aoe==30E===3E 6# gsg§i| mMs k M : MiffS l-.v Wm sum^M-v BH^h ySfe$$S I H I HO f ■'§<%$ fctliiiii mm l I->V- « ■ ■-"' 11 mm BgPpgj wMm bH9h§ 1111 ■ ■p. ■IS *BS mh&M JUt 8f®Sl HI m r";: *''^V- ■ > s" ' ; ' -. ^W||l I USM Sf ' v.. ;•.- .-: ; •• t . M fey m, B ■ — :> ' " | m ■ iday, October 4th, 1912 and Ends 4vMr' is Fifteen days, of which every day ig^iilllny dav. -AJlav jn which you will find some of the most n abte prices that you ever saw. The days that you willTihd every article in our Dry Goods and Oentts^Furnishings, fact, everything that you or any member of vour family wear Reduced to the ex- trenie. It.will pay you to visit ^his sale every day and the heavier you buy the more money you save. Wkvkput on two of>these sales'before-this and the people of Crosby and surroundin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 October 1912

. ■ ' . ; ' ' ■ ' ' .' : , ■ ' - ' ■ •; : . ■' - : ■■ ■; ■: . " ) ' r / >> ■ 1 - - * i -, - __ . - - ■ f '• ; ' t ' ■ ■ .*• - _■ ■ _ . ■. ■ ' •. — ■ ■ f" A POPULAR INNOVATION NEVEfi A p0REST DENIZEN LIQUOR LAWS ARE STRINGENT O I mm P m ° mony ^r^owned^Upo^by M ®nWwnt Mahogany Tree Ha« the Much Red tape Before' Purchaser v Southern Writer I Peculiarity of Dwelling Apart ®an Acquire Whisky In . J ; from its Fellows. >l~ Gothenburg. m There is-tio siiciTthinp; as a forest Atl*^S «l<-n, cor- - tbfe atftfcft «anc„ of d- of nui]10 ..m Tf mahogany, tree respondent writes: "The -difficulties crcwnmg of the f01. .. It ; -|,i,h wirtB-Trnd, Spirit. mor. After th solemn lmniola- gtan,j8 iS0|itai... of 8pH.ies gnr„ chants labor,, nowadays Jiere innv ,be f and ^hmn thp ^ ( -dense undergrowth of the tropical iorest, rearing its :homI above its StillWiSS Wssm ■ !. v.-.-. J. M. BAS3ETT, President BASSETT Vice-Presitlpnt ■o-: ■■'■v. sfsttiisw® i.. " ' "\! i to the home of the bride, to Ik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 October 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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