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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 October 1912

' 4 - i $ . m ill A ■ i^«| ; .-> mijiiiij t y,} [!t' j; ^ E are now in position to buy all of your Cream, all: of your Eggs, Chickens and Turkeys and Will pay CASH on delivery at Creamery ...... J, FRANK SMITH, Proprietor -■-> - - *'t, . • ' —mmm ■ _ ' m IPS. We will Qiti your Cotton ! Thresh and CrusSi .your Grain! Shuck, Shell and Grind your Cora! '■0:^ Will buy your Cotton and 'Cotton Seed, and pay Highest Market Price! yflp m tt ^ H H Wmm ' r ' *, •' BMIBtlt ^ ; * '"*■* , \ , - ii'A« ftyiv&i INDUSTRIAL ,^:v§ - Whitesboro: Sixty carloads of fruit have been shipped, from this city so far this ^season. *. The apple crop is the best in several years and 50 barrels of cider have been made already from this sealln's gathering of ap- ples. Hale" Center: Robert Alley, a prominent farmer from this County, produced 117£ bushels of milo maize off one acre of irri- gated land this season. On the same farm, but under ordinary methods of farming, he secured 50 bushels per acre. Plai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 31 October 1912

v. - -■ ' -. w- r • i->ff A4iX[""-y ;.* m IPWM HKmSB S&p SBMMBMI ffllp S® M ■PMr-^ v, <'/ ' ■ /-$ p * 4^'V' ' i ^^lg?%^^T-r;''?*'':'"r'''f'' -' ■'' 1 H ' hRI lIMiiiJl ill || | " ! ■ — 1 ■'„ c !iiiiVi in'>'*"■' l, .„ WfrWm —— K BUS UbI A , ggagiM i ® Bf "i 1 1— C - '..,^ 1 .•/(K ., . SB '■ ■ Hi School Supplies of all Kinds -,— ;■'•■ - . . . - ■ ' The "Blue Jay Line" of Tab Rules, EtcW are one price- "Bliie Jay" Dust less Cra Lwi90 f^wJill J '* V goes twice as far as o AM Books and Supplies ga # > Drinking Cups.. Hv- V •'-.'- . >'.: • 4'-':-v•£—x. ,4 . ', • * <":' * ,'tW ' "■. V- -v.' ',< '?,' ";V ' « 1 ' ' ■a, ..,& lllfil fe- \^ jP||PPHPPH^pHPI||P|HHHv<t -- ^ i1''- ■ * > / *; ' ■ \A'>* , .; -' \ * - ,:v Mas ■ ■ i . ■■. M _—rr—_-__-r^—==r n_== - ■1 ta^#sT*r,T,r~*"T*--"*i -■jin'iiiii.ii.-ij.vji ■ rl.i Cjf F.-K. ' _ ' : ' V. . PHARMACY mm- ■ • ~ ' ' ; 1 •' \ - ■; " %. "U_ ' - " x ~ " r " A. J. McKINNON. Vice-Pres. and Cashier G. M. McKEE, Asst. Cash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 November 1912

mm Peo pie Gre at S o ti t h PI a ins Texas News paper p-"T ■ . ■ , , . r. WW*} They Killed The n~f"7 ~ ' Fatted Calf Welfare Commission Recom- mends Workman's^ Com- pensation Law. CROSBYTOM, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. Nt v ' • v.-1 1' ~ —- e 1 U.11MW Ai. tiki- '■ ■■■* ■ ,"f ' ' ■ ■ -j ■ ■ V~ -"-X- •&;•, ■ ■! •■ ' ' — \ivninc \\foirth Wovrl. nl* Wovofirwrl p$£ li All, the Children at Home Once More—Ten in Num- .. -, V ber. and a. Good Time : . For AIL A. L, Ellison, one of Crosby- ton's oldest arid mo?t substantial citizens, was a caller at the Re- view office last Saturday and tells tis thatthey are haviftg a regular family reunion over there this week. Mr. Ellison tells us that all his children with all their children are spending the week at hia hoifie and he has thrown open the barn full of fatted calves and pigs and tells them to eat, drink and be merry, .'-as the ''old man" is truly happy.- The following is a list of the marrried children who are at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 November 1912

SggKM HHii PSSi 'fi 1Si* ; ITIS: l one fou rsiortSBI ■ matterl jt attache iKttpBr mmeM tiki* iSli jHfiK t Office at |e act of ■■■■I ■ mm •inch |lOc HBP ~ ' ifi^tpage, affiitdvertiBi • until ordered lllllllllVl I... Ml 11 lllllllllll DR. R; P. STOOPS Physician: siiicl Surgeon Crosbyton, - Texas wWHIBK Whole Slate Went Democrat- ic From gape Cod Jo Cario. J. W. BARNETT Hereford. Texas L. GOliGH Crosbyton, Texas Myr. C B Live .Stock Co 10,000 Farm GQUGii & BARNETT Buy Sell and Exchange LnndSi >«• LLOYD A. WICKS Attorncy-at-Law Jeneral Practice. Abstracting Land Transfers a Specialty Texas je directories will rate e$.; $t per . totices for en%jr lere an admission #{11 beehargedfor il tKe'rate of 10c per line just ■ the me as any other advertising. y G THE PUBLIC. . .„ 1 irefl^ctwn upon. the tandiftg oir reputation of tir.n* or corporation which ippear in the columns of the t will. be.gia4y corrected upon "night to the attention of the - mmmm. mm jur Issues One Month. ■sr;1: ■ ,,"...

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

'. __ 1 Bassett tn. position, to bUy all of your Cream, r-EggS, Chickens and Turkeys and GASH on delivery at Creamery . . J. FRANK SMITH, -v - 'Proprietor yv. yx We will Gin your Cotton ! Thresh and Crush your Grain! Shuck, Shell and (jrind vour Corn ? Will buy your Cotton and Cotton Seed; and pay Highest Market Price? CROSBY-TON GIN 4 t MAKE yourself independent by working for yourself. We have the choicest of Land, the best of pure water, healthiest climate, prices are low, terms easy, -Ais Good terms. choice citv lots. ' '^,{J - M" 1 : . r : ' - : : ' : ■: . ^- " _ ' ■. \ " - : WOULD BRING BACK THE DUgt NIGHT SIGNALS FOR AIRMEN illuminated Captive Balloon* Used In Germany to Guide Aeronaut* f ; - p ky Night* > |H The progress of aircraft In Qer- JMovement' to Reyive Aneient, Practise' Has Strong Backing in Eng-' ■■ ' ' lictJ «i. ;i y. A movetiient fa on foot in London to'rescue 'fyonj. innocuous desuetude 'many is .well,"indicated by the fapt a custom which we only keep' in re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 7 November 1912

■1-i' '« s ■ ■ ■ 'i. • " ' ■ • . MA ' . " | J -fr> feiiiirt msam T US '' I Si Kt I W.C. Bpwers^ k $ Joseph C. "Lincoln. • .. V-* V * * PPHMBBBI I " • , ^ -v.r^4?^4, .u -t S ■■'' "iV" .- •.;..'.i<„ Winter is here. Pass the time of weried winter evenings by reading the. ' the masterpieces of American Literature of to-day.—At Rex B^ech. Robt. W. Chamber?. Caroline Lockhart. AllLe Hegan Rice. Myrtle Reed, Florence L. Barclay. Alfred Henry-Lewis. 1 ■yi • 'J rosbyton : '1 Laredo Items. • H; E.. Smith and A. J. McKin- . 1 4 ■ J : of Crosbyton were in the -city Thursday. mfM SK3$*8SK)il mm® IMI phe Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Hoople Wednesday afternoon and carried out quite an interesting Mrs. L. P. Smallin is visiting relatives at Leonard and Olney and Polk looks very lonely. • ; is®# Stress an interesting sermon Sunday at 11 a. m., and Rev. Parks preach- a/1 Qniriridv onf) Mnndau nitrhta Mesdames Ezell and Maxey of Crosbyton were the guests of jSJ^Sasd^^Tuesday; ' KeWfitthews detea=®Tt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 November 1912

i 8Ss I mm ■ * I v - 1' - ,J%. < * ■ m " '. ^ v; ■ r * * 1 J^- * 11 ■ 1 ■ 1111 ,v, ■ ::'Y, • ■ • li- flwB I If i' k ii|ggg& % ie first trip made in Novetp- fiorT Depart- ment of the jCrosbyton-South- plains Railroad turned out to be a huge success. Thirty-two pros- pective buyers were brought to Crosby ton on two special coaches rv,.and all but three of them pur- chased land in Crosby county. Messrs. Butler atid. 'Wilssy ac- ; companied this party and were enthusiastic over the success which their company is having in selling these lands. ^ ;V- - ^■wsvf. r Mm nt aciuiiB uicoc k hw?. They Jhave to report aiso that a great number of the people who have bought lands on the excursions heretofore-made are now pre- paring to come to Crosby county \ ' and improve their farms. Mr. D ^ : Geo. Baker of Wisconsin, who te& - purchased 480 acres about three miles south of town, is prepar- ing to ship in Holstein dairy cat- tle and will endeavor to - make his dairy plant one of the mos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 November 1912

ill Ep1' ■ v . . \ i - . ■ . • " ' - : ■ '-■■U ■ r- - : ' -<• : ' " . - , — "" « in. mi ■ ■ L1, ■ ■■■- - - ton Review in Crosby county is e'Jrgi I candidate and anybody can W^O.. v in ^e ?ame' an(i lets have a jstock, ket hogs beinj? purchased. . * JED] , Editor arid Prop. e^22^r J Second ■1 .e.Post is,-under th tof ■ummm 4 . ~ \ ADI dis * 1 , took! i '• taiame ladvertis- WmMmtdered iingly. 3ge directories will . tljuB rate of ?1 per ipejfar;.©ijter- ^ where an admission [ will be charged for of 10c per line just the r other advertising. ~ ;e to the public. reflection • upon the ig^ o£ imputation of ; J5rm or corporation which ar,-in the columns of . the rill he glady corrected upon ht to th.e attention of the SUC- ||§ giv sat premium and make another &o<>d y happy this fall. It simply i work on yoiir part, that's; an. ' - You* have no idea how easy it to get subscribers for a good live paper like the Review, every- body Wants it and will send it to their friends if you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 November 1912

Bassett's Creamery "VXT E are now in position to buy all of, your Cream, all of your Eggs, Chickens and Turkeys and will .pay CASH on delivery at Creamery ...... J. FRANK SMITH, - - Proprietor AND MILL We will Q!ii your Cottoo !, Thresh and Crush your Grain I ' ' v- Shuck, Shell and Qrind your Corn ! Will buy your Cotton and Cotton Seed, and pay Highest Market Price! C R 0> § B Y-T 0 N GIN ! TEXAS INDUSTRIAL I J ; NOTES. { Port Arthur: The Port Arthur Ice and Refrigerator Company of this city has recently filed its charter in Austin. The capital jstock of this concern is $100,000 I and its incorporators are E. J. ! Emerson, W. .N. Monroe of Beau- jmont, and C. W. Kellogg, Jr. oi j Dallas. v Houston: The Houston Securi- ties Company of this place has been granted a charter to do busi- ness with a capital stock of $1,- 000,000. The incorporators are L W Martyr, T. H. Martyr, Joe Oliver of Houston. Fort Worth: The Fort Worth Packing Company of this city has increased its capital sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 14 November 1912

g1^.""11"1 "y ■ 111 I ;-}:-'^:Jif^^l^ "' 'vr'"rv" W?m ■HBr Ww IS.* ■ ■ the worl Spili ■ ■fill mis W, C. Bowers. Joseph C. Lincoln. Wirrter is here. Pass the time of we , Bfuajs,*««.<■ -?.t Jk-c-v mn j&& *J&p; r^J'' 'j'' 'j,'.r!-' W$W&M ?ex Beech.. , ' Rojbt. W. Chambers. ■ <* «^ - —' ' Florence L.'Barclay. W I&SI ill rldi —_. - -- - -.—- ■ . Price $450.00 Latest Improved Scale—Unequalled for Tone Quality '^xi. 'ji^;/ " V,' ^ M'% tu.n ^ «•!,«> aknili 4-urt t)„ ^ . {Here is What the Manufacturer says about the Re- view's PianoHhat wefwiil give awavr "Hemembef~fhe fol-r. •A v../... v.* *5? v+JW&te ^jx.y-a _'u ..... ^SaTr"? .^vt *^*v.v. -a • i * •> V* r 1? of culfato. prove i Direct exar t:, * , j factory. IW suspected c wmMs The State - examine, free of post,, all cul- tures sent to this department. The following procedure is sug- WP|P|l|iPP||PipH^n^MHKP^H gested by Dr. Henry Hartmant trusses, mouldings and panels. Case substantially con- state Bacte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 November 1912

< V-5 ih$ *'$& •4 )ffl -• I till 'r isisitf P Jains For AII The Peopie Of The Newspaper Great South CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, '•:" . • I9HI■ Br.,. r ■ Case Settled at Last III The Citizens of Crosbyton Re- s>nl%taA ftio fltotof1 MpUIC " Vi II 11# '■r'] ■■■.['\ ceived the Good News Last Saturday. The town of Crosby ton anxiously awaiting the final de- - sision of the Court of Appeals at Amarillo, when on lafet Saturday v r the news came over the wire as follows: 1 - %l^:\ ^ "The Court reverses its for- mer opinion and on re-hearing sustains the trial of the court below." This message was received by ■ tlie people of Crosbyton and was was accepted as the best bit of news 4b^has=e0me^auo?^lfolr"a"ton^T^c^d~ttlaT ttere wTl^ be many "a bondTssue. We can issue bonds m $ I ■r m while. Everybody is feeling good over the matter and have only the kindest feelings toward our friends in the different parts of the county who have so stub- ornly fought us o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 November 1912

3K? §3 * f>ti the paint % „.; ^Office"Phone No. CO. ktiEDl '-. ' iTE, Editor and Prop," nption $1.00 Single Copy as Second Class at the Post Office xas, act ——— Pull page Halt eac In fi afcy other ,?15.(i0 per week. ".00 per week. 15.00 per week „„e 20c per inch Arid readers 10c the first page. :jsd all advertis- igpafunftri "ordered' •accordingly- ige directories will at the rate of $-1' per notices for enter- where an admission will be charged for 10c per line just • the vertising. ~ B LIC.;.; . I V erronous reflection upon the ..jetty, standing or^ -reputation of ) person, firm or corporation which appear' -in the columns, of the Will be glady corrected upon rought to the attention of the lisher. .. . - iwmmmmm. ——~r~ — Four Issuer One Mouth. and to hunt for aporfc and not for meat, < 1 ^ > mm Don't know thQ qost. of the work. By the rule, the; savjrifc H F labor would' be from $60.tof. .J mm ■<■■■■■■ )rn $90 t«>$120.' v/;| thfftale, -as it 'comes fromMessrs W. -F....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 November 1912

* ,,, ^.il^ ?'fr* "tL I 11MH " '-' . - — j "r ■ ■ ;: . • .. : - ■ - ■ * .. ■ ■ i&m s , . • ■■ ■ . . , .. \ --: - ■ *" ' > «—ft * * ' t • - " ,. , , JHHgI ISMPlfififlMi I ^ -V r ifMWlWfe " ^ 1 11 *• " V- > "' , , . ' , T ' , ,. I The Crosby ton Review.Piano Contest 1912-1913 . 1 , _ ' . - -v.": - . > , ' The piano is in the Review offiea.and we ask every lady in ity to come and see it.and pass judgment on the same |>\ for the good of those who will compete for the prize. This piano I - - 'ianf the* T,pvhf> mftfe nnrl i nnp nf the very beat instruments that $450.00, and it is a beauty and W*-/ ' < will prove a joy forever to the winner. ' '/ Rules of the contest: HuntingTrip^- Grand Success Four Spprts That ; rom City Last Week '., Wednesday morning of last week, L. W. Hailey, one of Cros- by counties' leading farmers; Ed AiMon, Traveling Salesman of the Leyhe Piano Co., of Afnarillo; E. G. Cherbonnier, the gents' fur- nisher of Croab/ton, and the editor of the R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 21 November 1912

...w HBHra f"1""~ * ~ 1 *J ^' S i,'1- '' 'n I—WW— mi. mm BBBMB Utt ■t& 5# ; IP hkbbwmbmBB >,, — | :TfrW: f.b?: •: * , , , , Is It Worth Working . G i7DABD NOVELS—25.. THE WORLD'S MOSlf; POPULAR WRITERS: •'-■ 'f;!-: ,: -• ■ y ; . Harold Bell Wriffht. Rex Beech. Robt. W. Chambers. W. C. Bowers. Caroline Lock hart. A1 lice Hegan Rice. p® ||||| ^ f jjj 4 % S "" 1 ?3s * _..£T i. && | , i$f >Gpf< }f ' % ~r"*' * "X. ^ " " " ~ ~jincoln,„> W jj&% ' Myrtle Reed, A| Florence L, *■'■] Union Aid . society Literature of to-day\—At ' V' • \ I -' ' ' - - -■ — Local Items ♦ , wHEHH vi t t V *■, . ..-*" -t , , ." , IPW ,,,, Llm „■ , I I MI1IIJ ,1 ,i i| y n Hill) J in III, k ' j • 4 ^ ' I * ' j $ r * 1 |k r Ipl tV*/ * * 1 • J.wt A-rrnstPonK of the'- Cone r Here is the Manufacturer says aboutv the- Re-1 community wash the^ty -the view's Piano-that we-wiltgive away^^member - the fol* last of the week and tells us that [lowing, js what the people who make the Piano says, and h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 November 1912

./ W CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912 Plainview Will Go After Lower Rates ■■ II j o'iliould be Made a "Common Point;'" as Traffic ing In and Out is T3remendous, and the Differential Is Very Burdensorne-~Mtist be Corrected. . • Frpm Plainview News. A recently established news- paper article on the fact- that ■ 'r^.,^sr x there is not a common rate ship- ping point between Cany on and a distance, of 200, nfiles, which practically covers the entire central "and South " Plains region, has had the_effect of determining business men of Plainview to make another ap- peal to the railroad commission in this matter; A former re- quest for an abolition of theses- Plains country is annually adding' the business oppression of the refusal to place the Plains coun- try in common point radius -is that the obtaining differential rates means a special shipping freight tax of from $15 to, $80 per car on every car of freight that comes into or out of Plain- view. Oppressive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 November 1912

s Matter Ja* .. e at Crosby-. the act o| March 3 ISING RATES H week. ■■ week. ,pec week page 20c per inch .eals and .readers 10c inseitton. r advertising on the first page. •"warsstss flBps&i win C for .at the rate per . All reading notices for enter- its, etc., where an admission __ is charged will be charged for at the rate of JOc per line just the - i i ro*> fcV.ing. i^j7"felCS fO THE PPBUC. • Any erron ■cnairacteiiV 3 mmm upon the rig pc .reputation of «ny person, firm or corporation which may appear, in the columns of the Review will be gtedy -eorf'-tcted upon beihg brought to the attention of the ffl^" government is that the com- ity desiring;* jroute ids. . :Si very must be made on the forms fur- H <„J.x wished by t^e department." These *" are supplied on application to the mm Fourth Assistant . Postmaster „ General (Division of Rural Mail)1 B Request for two or more routes should not be included in one petition, a separate . petition for each route beingrequired. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 November 1912

h is temporarily su hfe, we, j«£ EB&fffi H #nfE7igP^5^F^R5L ... ■ . ■■ ,.y . .. ... ,,..e Review office and we ask every lady in to come and see" it and pass judgment on the same gpP ton, D. C.. all thesrloHo^ir scribed property to-wit: One Elephant, about40 years Old' Willi £•--: J- .-.I. .ti bone* to speaK oi.: . . One set of injunctions and anti- trust laws, have been used very little arid are just as good as they ever were. ; '-I; ; ' .v" One method of revising the tariff. This is absolutely origi- nal arid patent applied for." One Republican platform as go6d as new. Has only been used for campaign purposes. In this platform a large number of planks from the Democratic plat- sorm have been inserted, but can easily be distinguished and will certainly go with the lot. One financial system well sup- plied with clearing house certifi- e'gbod of those who will compete for the prize. This piano is of tfie Leyhe make an<j is one of the very best instruments that these people mak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 28 November 1912

M '. w-\ . .: ■ "'■/ L " •' --" • •''••••• RiHHM '■,<"<< _ """* ' ' 11 i? ie of weriedLwinter evenings by .reading the ... ; •. is here.- Pi _. ■■ .... § masterpieces of American Literature of to-day. —At - ? ••'■' ■ '•' ■ ■-■- ^ ■ " ' • "' '"•"•• • "•■ S=SSS=^^ ,,—Jm , _• *. ; ^ ■ ' ' - ' ' Leyhe's PIANOS SUP* The Place to Buy a Piano. How to Select Them. Company* Littlefield/" tafeJished if ■ nimmk mtisim mercial y __ V Jii— ' : f rd index system containing records or,.over t>,uuy peopi P1«ir Oi QV£ oIoa Ar 1 4V*AfMiw iri ate to install ' •;.. u- in connection with the chamber. (■ Buying a piano is either easy or difficult according to the way you set about it. Don't court disappointment by selecting an instrument Jn- a haphaz- . . ■ : ^.0 . zard way. Remember, there is a "standard of values in ^pianos, as iri | I everything else: 'my-: ' Here at Leyhe's you have nhe (^>portunity of learning de£nateiyy just S' how good any piano should be for its price, rerfectly lo...

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

«£■ Plains Soil tli i Newspaper Great The People Texas URSDAY, DECEMBER 5, VOL. 4. ..,__ ______ •„ , — 7' • . • ■; :,-/•■ mam w#i® ■ " p mm Sees Crosbyton ' ' ■ V : WCiSdiaT in Court. Room Follow An- ■hincemeiitby Foreman., JurigeSwayne Denounces Verdict And Pronounces it an Injustice to Texas. room could be plainly -4t ,< ■'■J " V-"; -John V M P fcs • f J I Austin, Texas, Dec. 3. Beal Sneed, charged with- the ..- imurder of Col. A. G. Boyce in Ft. Worth on January 14, of the 'present year, -emmited a cowboy yell when at 9:30 this morning the jury into whose hands his fate was given late Saturday aft- ernoon, returned a verdict, declaring the defendant "not guilty." Sneed shot Boyce to death in the lobby of the Metropolitan Hotel in this city, soon after Sneed returned to Texas from Canada, bringing his wife with whom A. G. Boyce, Jr. eloped. Sneed claimed self defense and a conspiracy on the p^rt of the *- two Boyces to steal his wife. Sneed" will be tried in Febru- ary ■ at Ver...

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

M' llilSl IIS . tt'i'j'liiJVJ11 '"i nee ex-'Presj- kd,-but were contemplate Cleveland may award-, .her,, as er presidents •rnsmm . , •■ ■ . - •' . - . ■ ■■ ■ ■■. \ ■ - ^ • :: 7 - ' ■: ■ ■ v ' - ' • ' ' ! ' ,• - . ' ' -. . : - ; ■ •' ■ . . •• - > ■' ■ ■ ■ _L : 4 ■ ■■ ' ■ " . : ' > ^ i* * ■ ■ ■: ■'■ . ■■■ ■-■■ :■' \.i:- ... ■■-■■■■■ - -■ ■ -.-v-. ■ ■■ • ■■-■ •■■" ' ■ ■■-■-■■■■■ - •■■- - ■■- ■- ■ ■ ctren upon the |j of „., the columns of the ;lady corrected upon the attention of the -:--r- ■. -...• . ■ • One Month. J-SOUTHPLAINS R. E. • TABLE 9:00 Syfon a. m. :30 p. m. mm ,^au p. in. ting with north and south id Santa Fe trains at Lub- : daily except Sunday, ■Hi ' It is Yet Time. ' ije *e is plenty of time 'young lady, to enter the Review piano contest, and have a good chance ' with with the resipf the contest- ante. It is true that the one, that does the most rustling gets the piano. Your friends will help you but you must first show that you will appreciate the help by making a...

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