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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 June 1909

r--" "rV-' ; *f—■$ —;—"■ 1 f' "7 _ ' '. .v;_. ? 2L -* '** ivA", W is iS^g 7T Ik J>r l: $•■'■'' I L-^. Vs ■ V vA** 4>^^4M>4>. 4 -4>4>«.XjuJ.XXAA^4. y 4 ...American Plan... Comfort and Clean Scrvice ^ Gas Lighted—Bath—Hot and Cold running Water Rooms with or without Fire Board $1.50 per day-Special Table Board .and . •_. Monthly Rates ,_k "A SNUG CAMP ON THE TRAIL" Crosbyton, Crosby County, Texas jkttttTTTTftTt-TTTtttTTtTttil Scientific Culture of Land In The Famous Panhandle Fort Worth, Tex.—Judge L. Gough, of Hereford, one of the most successful wheat and alfal- fa growers of that HPctionr, who was in Port Worth-recently, said: "Since I have taken up the ques- tion of soil culture I have found the Panhandle to be about the best part of Texas, and it is just as easy to raise twenty to thirty bushels of wheat to the acre a* it is ten. While I am preparing ground that will produce sixty bushels to the acre, will require two years to reach that stage. I am actually far...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 3 June 1909

v'' ;• v j- -^mm WBRErto''";Vv"f '■■ }■ m&mtw >i£k v ■■ r:' 1m fffitey S ?SJ5V ■y'V x v 1 "• , :cy.£-*••• ■'. - I have a large Well Assorted * • mm m iwv/ > shipment of hats, shoes and gloves now on the shelves or on the road. These goods are fresh from the markets and are just what you need. Hats from $2.50 to.:. $3.50 Shoes V 2.00 to .. 6.00 GlpvdB " 1.00 to! 2 00 This line of shoes consists of the nieest styles in high and low quarters and in all grades of finish; patent, etc. $50. IN TRADE AND $o. IN CASH i ' ' • i Getp a $40.00 Qraphophone at my store. Do your cash trading with me and get this fine machine* It will help happy-up your home. My prices are just as low as if I was not giving this machine. So come and get one—one went last week. Let's see who gets this one. I keep needles and records for these machines—Single face records 40c each, double faced records" 60c--20 records" goSs "free with this machine; so you have 20 choice pieces of music in youf home when y...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

;/ • ' : ■••. - ■"■ {^1": - mgmmm fruMwmmI W^pPs" ' * '"' ■. : -> " *X" ; WHWpffr^ v'« ■** ' :-v; | '. , ..., ., "dfcfGS^p- Wjttt'F' ' "** r- •.■' ■'■■ ' •*-'• *■•' P ■' W" ?■ ■ Rffi;,.,' i' 1 Hiilii® SL - --—i m.imri j.m '--■< a> ■"* ■. • ! t:, . ft life - "" ■ ! ^ i-i&? «rrfc "*"=*"Tr .-st.r.^y t3)* >/''dTW **£*4$, " * •w-— «r--- —-• - .< r .T,:, ^ -#*WT*#rtiy «W> £«s . ■ t *•-.'■■ kjtonwu For Tlw Wboto Pioplt Of Itw South PMnsOfTfnt. - " ! ' f ■!'■■■ ' ••ag=3agB■ ' "*r" " 1 ■"'- '(«/-* V .!.V« T ♦•••.• •••. •'>••; — ■. ■ T~ •"~-V'^SisrJH'-s~- -—J " ■•-— ■ - - ■ SSi CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSOAY, JUNE 10,1909. Crosbyton Day A Grand Success-2500 People Visit Crosbyton --I -. •- (i 'I he Review has devoted considerable space to the ^matter of the meeting of igr the Federation of Commercial Clubs and Newspaper ipen who met here the 8th and 9tn, and we now look back with pride that the crowd was all. that we expected, the'Sn ter tain men t apprecia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

'WWI> • WW-'-''■ * ' " ' '' Mf #*!!) ^.-r ■ ' I:::' ' v,--;:.' —"7-. ■ . . . ... , . ;;; ,vi;^ ■' / *r . • .... , ■ ij' r :■:•■■.. h; . •',".,""i',"i'- „■■<"' yi'T-** r ■ "■■■■.:■'.■,—r~ *.,.80 , . „■ ,.'.V. • C^'*' il</. ■■ •' ::^V ': • s£i;-t ;.r';-.'^:A- .^..I. f,.«,„, jnuO. JIU.I-.. ^hBWWIty)CT^ " • '. • • v.:*:;fe', '/■■'•' , f/ ., V \ 4 <~J- fK - • • . y'.'W . J " , • "'■""-.c .*. ■ '" i •- •*. • *-■•*■ •■'-■ '-i'l "'■t^il--.njiuy ■< wjff "yi«M: —•"■wi- •"••*•• • ™ *V *'•<' V V v ,_JJ .,.,,v should they not? AM- these moods are in a measare governed by the physical condition of the iwctod to Others Injured •m Hftix ve and^W fiKuffi ■ffr;** l- •':, — 1I$S '• ' fife. nwoed^ Tefcr - Itey 31. fire spread sorrow tion in the little town miles southeast of * • • • ^ ~ - Hundreds are homeless and the urgent needs of, the survivors have* been only partially minis- tered to. ' —Thrwrowraira- shortly after midnight According to the statement of a man who affirms that he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

"WCT*1 ■ ' " /■,. — . KSWff;! ■ A * ' . --i- .< ; 1 tifi'iijt&.i >4 .smvmsr •mmm : ; 1 ~ >k \i\ ,/ }*' f ' \x ■ • ' . --• '■ ■ ' > - V-'-V;"■.1.r-'V-""';■ . '-r- -V • , /•' -f , . ... V V V: —-rr ■ Judge Buie's Address (Continued from page i.) mt s- join hands in that organization, and will do it, if you oririg thia country to what it ought to be brought in one generation. Now, Since you have formed this asso- ciation and made a start* if you have not heretofore believed that the to wn's interest and the coun- try's interest is the same and joined bands, 1 hope you will soon come to my way. of think*. ing. , • . . _ Now, they aak what my busi- ness is. J am a farmer; that ,is my particular ...business.. Now, you farmer men, did you ever think that the farmers and sLockmen of Texas o vn over half , , , of Texas* W«U, if~you did not the statute; bopksr* know it, it is a fact, and you can learn it by referring to the tax records at Austin. Wny should these people not ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

'tW... K IMp - "u ■HiwcSl6& HKto^swwj ^5ppi Lv-P- vi'Si JK rtt&i j|.)% is prfs? •• rf/ v;'. «Si- * >?." •:.^.' ,r ■ •••'•"' r**rt',':)<]■. ,'r ... ;■:, • •■••;.; v.-(, t , ■ K. ... . ' ... ■' ' '..;'< I ||mk '■'• . 1 .; «*-• - . ■ 1 PPfi :&i ;' lp||P ..w ■. -*m ■-til mm Mm#* -v.-iafe<' 55 lw 52I ApFirst-CIass Optician, Watch Maker and Jewder Wlirknff-WilliQ Hmor Pft fefSfuafaptee 'satisfaction. :--r-W/CIVO11 UIMg UO. out prices on- Wall Paper. The largest stockon the Plains. Drugs and Jewelry PLAINVIEW, TEXAS , •:... 3 • The Crosbyton Review Published everyTfyarflday by The While Printing Company • Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE A SONS, Props, Cmhjtnfi, Tenjti - E. WHITE, Editor Subscription $1.00 ^er Year Single Copy 5c. m r S!ii#S 08&> — < - ■ ' W EC'*-' ..... IH Ifegl V . "Entere3 a8*TeconcTcIasa matter Jan- uary 14, 1909, at the post office at Grosby ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879." . > ,.j.T ..y. , Advertising Kates Pull page displ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

r-v 'fflk ®IHHHHroPwW:•'• •' wwiw^w'^Niti ' " " > -t-'-'-i. ' "'." -~p--?■', — "■.••■■iMP ... •'. ..• ■ <. , • • '. f.': ■m K/. "I a ■ «|;y i \jr. ■1 II' -;S - 1 K, ^ - H. Lewis & Co. ' "Vi General Land Agents o, LOCKNEY, Floyd County, TEXAS Handle Floyd County lands in tracts to suit purchaser, on EASY terms. Also r;Miy:: property—resident Lots 60x140 feet, $75.00 to $100.00 each, five to seven blocks of College, $5.00 dowrvand $5.0.0 per month until! paid, no interest. No nice? lots in city of Lockney Vol—IQI I E=ao^ Toast By W. R. Lerrfond Speech By J. M. Ball Hale Center, Texas. Delivered to the federation of Com- mercial Clubs and Newspaper Men of the Plains, Panhandle/and South Plains of Texas, at CroBbyton, June 9, 1909. . Ladies and Gentlemen:— 11 seems to have almost become a custom in this part of the country to have Uncle Bob on every pro- gram and I assure you .that no one could appreciate it more, but this is an age of progress, of develop- ment, of push, of b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

■ PKL- ™, i~'0£' v,V - rJ \'vV wA JSflsieM . M-:' ■■;.■ ■■':■■*■ t>',. *4r^.^r..P +?«■ ' * yi'fctibi-'. ' —lajT- , J., ,. 3'., *j <'J-'* ... j. W. CRAWFORD, JR. Texas Nebraska 4Land Co. ; Lockney,Texas V...-. ., '■•'/: • jneral agents fiiFloyd and adjoining counties, the great shallow water belt on the Plains. Prices from $5.00 to Stamper acre owing ^o distance from railroad arid towns. Can fit you up in any size tracts. Terms to suit purchaser. i fx* tr-dvV , Central Plains Land Company / WOFFORD & ItlLEY, M'G'RS. ~ writ* M, Ho 19o«Hl to Aaswn Questions Prices ranging from $15. up We have some twenty one-fourth sections of first-class plains land that we can sell for one-fourth cash, balance from one to ten payments. LOCKNEY, - TEXAS A pelect list of the bcpt and cheapest lands on the Plaint J Petersburg We are being blest wtfck rain, having had a nice little shower last Thursday also one on Mon- day of this week. ■ S& ad been in ill health for, quite a while, died wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

■ r . • towr (i«i -,■.. «v r" •'*".; ^ ' Jk ■ .. -C^.. .igtfgl Iw^AV,:. • • ' Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail ■* . The advanlages of the Crosbyton Supply Store are recognized by its patrons, but or W has not catered as extensively to women as it intends to In the future#F of over $4,000 in dry goods, notions, Etc., have recently been made with the rj:'' ,-j — ■•••— ' t.«<r| . . | II11 i<fl wl|«MWlMfH mwm care in the Chicago markets. These embrace novelties of the season, direct from the # largest importers and manufacturers and are a reproduction here of Chicago's styles and | retail stocks. The prices on all these goods will compare favorably with eastern markets. T The Crosbyton Supply Store aims to become popular with the women of * and Adjoining Counties confidence and patronage. Such patronage will help develop the store X and will be appreciated and reciprocated. The larger the sales the greater variety and x more attractive will be the stoc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

r. , '- ** . ■ > ~ . ' r . . .;>ku, '. • •;, •' .• ••';, • V I .• • , •• :•• • • •••-.. f>'- -:< ™~' • , ■'- f'1Ff W.-sMWrnv- **Wmr ^mTS^BC3$B^^S^^^SSSS!S^\ . . .'L-Jg 7>'l ,'"• .": ... " * * — 1— "" it nnpnppHHi kfto? flMlK w j1" iTifirii ■ f\ 1 iy; 'J1111 ; Wfci"."- \M< -•WW. rporated) o-T • -rftf •"• - '.';/'-!V.. 3K : > You can find any of the following at our store: Peter Schuttler and Racine Wagons, Schiller and : Racine Buggies any style, Standard Wind Mills, Sattley and Oliver. Implements, Crevens Stoves; arid m •W*,™ > ' flanges, Black Hawk TwaRow Planters. We"make a specialty of builders hardware and well 'supplies. IP -:'r :■. . ■ -... _ . - .. . . -l ^ iiave jiot^trlflcL ii^oiiie^lMld Inspect our store .. asjashgsa^gftaggai^ ■ maMtsssssai hB ■' •>'( % ^ !■* Slpsr ■Mm W"; m- Plain view, I-. $*'.<•• ■ • ■' I '■" Treasury Deficit Bounding Upward "■■|" 1 • 1 ■ ... -a--- ^ ' For Eleven Month, of Current Year it is $97,868,102. Officials Take Hear...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

uM Hi..;- « 4w)6cW*fil*'« * /'/ ' ;Si idMntt® ■ivmn^WL ■ #v<r&< ss!®S5^ ■ ; f. ^ . ■ , iv ,/V.. ■ ■ - ' ■ - -.' —..... n'fwvm aMHwj 'WwUfcM Mi ■K ■ 2 'yilSa!;, t« ■-« tM , j_ ^ ^Jakji Ifif ' s i i1' Rlplliii i 11 If I Sp"j: '5,"' 1% L* It wr I. ^ JMrsf. Jiannte I. 98 bit r, Cfrttor Mothers-ln-Law One hears a great deal about the shortcomings of women to- wards their sons-in-law;, but there issomething to be said on the other side of the picture— there always is in this world. "One is a littie inclined to wonder sometimes whether-many of the errors of mother-in-law-hood (to coin a word) may not be put down to the way in which sons- in-law behaved towards those acquired relations of theirs. A tyrannical husband is apt to make his wife's mother rise in indignation to defend a daughter from oppression; ^ncLmuch of the attitude taken up by the traditional mother-in-law of the stage and the comic paper is due to the contemptuous intoleration with which her daughter's hus- band r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 June 1909

. • .vri-.^ju4 ' *" •:, ffii ■ "•*■•"• t\ ?JI $5few -•- |||w =->' ■ • • , >•■> :.••;, ■ -. ■ -••• " T - r.-;; ■ -■■■<- ■- • ■ ■•' :'■■:.,'■• " ■:'• ' ■.•'■■' •■■■■■ "■•■■■' ■• ' - ','" ■ ■■ ■ .■ *.- ■ '.- .".. ... •. ■**•*■< ' : '.1. v>-- ph;. •;/•( R. M. BASSETT, Secretary For Sale , . .j;rrrTw^- , « s ' fa* J ■ „ Amarillo Nat. '"'xzr, , . jf'.. Nat. Bank of Commerce, Amarillo, Texas. ^ „ ■ V" V • m. >«%, a M D A KJ V B ASS E TT LAND C OM P AM Y < ... a ::■■'■? • AGEMTswwtL . '.' ■:* C B UVE STOCK COMPANY'S Plains and Canon Lands on both Bides of and includingr* Blanco Canon. Altitude2800to 8200 feet. ■>'- _ 1 Annual rainfall ovqr24 inches, mostly in the spring and summer. Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit — ■"• - • „> ;■ IN CRpSBY AND DICKENS COUNTIES. TEXAS. „ . On Easy Terms In Tracts Of 40 Acres Or Over 41 [ .3' >'•■ | v7 R' ' Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths Sale to acre. No weevils here. Afirst-class Cotton Gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

gjwwj-'Ji ^m:rr~:^. .,y;i...ji,; *1W • -■•«* ef-s^vw ' -j-*< '•> "V 'jj.v "-:i $Sp J-fW-l*-- ... v'-** ifi ' "" " ® $SH l;fj' • r~. nr".- K VOL 1. Federation of Clubs Meet in Crosbyton The Following Matter should have Appeared Last Week But _ Being Late was Left Out A MmwMM for Tit WhofPwpl* Of Ttw South Plato Of Tim. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNlf, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17,1909. Tnourgeueral write up of the meeting, barbecue and picnic here last week the Review was forced to hold back some things that should have been mentioned and some of the speeches that should have been run. We will say that; following Judge Buies speech, that Judge next meeting of the Fed- eration will be held at Tulia, the 8th, of September, at which time the greatest meeting in the hiF E; fi. Covington .made a very | tol*y of the Federalion ia ex peet- 1 en ^thy speech and one that was very much appreciated, and he pointed to the past when he first saw the spot where he was then talking, his first trip to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

"vi'ii. i iS- ;l !;te;r 'f- 'V;: mmrnm - ■*— ,,.,,,—• — — - , .^flp.'.v.'-' "' ■ ' '■ ■■■ ''*:■■ in*, ■■■ ' "'" ' " r "' V % 'WW' *"'' '''' •■' ,,-,jjfei^i^.i!W • ■ . .. :: > ; . '' * .JEl'V- ■ t.r ' "j'. ' S# \ wfl i ^gfifi ' — " TEtv iT7. n a I ifi ' '^Tie: iluT. ■I# P( , JM . awwmffc,;,,,,,,.,,. T-:>r 1 ■ I I I . -I K$&v 7 . I 1#ifS ' I "! •':. —- Dealer In everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. ___ _ _ are recognized by its patrons, but thus 'or it has not catered as extensively to women as it intends to in the future. Purchases f •of gy^^ijopd in dry goods, notions, Etc., have recently been made with the greatest f care in the Chicago markets. These embrace novelties of the season, direct from the <£ largest importers and manufacturers and are a reproduction here of Chicago's styles and 1 retail stocks. The prices on all these goods will compare favorably with eastern markets. | SLL1 f|,e Crosbvton Suoolv Store aims to* become oooular with the women o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

■pisa i-isPJSJPSr- MSMKai^.:. ■' ■ -■•■■■- ■■v;"rr'r'^i ' •< ■ii--'-'*.. ' ■.■(-* ■-- ;. li-hir •- .*• " . it■**- ,-:rkv'- - ■'•— ■" ■•• ' '>■ r .3! #..- PHPwE, H ■R&S&sfit.* 3MK Jffigc ■■•■*£. i^Pi aEwSr $\Wr$Vi 'Xt <uk Sj|g^ 1^'-,fi:<"'•■.:> ",v •'. f®W to' 1" • '■ ' •• • ' "■ v '• —-* a a i* a A A ^ ZZZirTTzTrzTzz ..." ====== ;■""' h life and to poison ••" ..Trr'y^,- .'- - r SM* r :<' - With 4a much real Mltowu, 1 as humor Marie Twain delivers' few "don'ts" to the sweet girl graduate.. . ' ■, When he advises her not to smoke or drink to exSe&, of course he is joking jn leaving the inference that it is proper for her to drink or smoke at all. He is onl^, .leading" by a facetious process to the main thought, -excess^1- fay- fountains J>f civilization ier indulgence or in- temperance. Anti-divorce laws or uniform divorce laws or divorce reform statutes are well enough in their way to punish or prevent some of the more flagrant cases of evil condtict-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

f mlwM . i £ H ingleCopy tered as *«cond-clasa matter Jan- 14, 1909, at the post office at Texas, -under the Act of Advertising Rates ad. $12.50 per week. " T.OOrper week, one-half page 20c per inch insertion. Locals and readers 10c line each insertion. iisplay advertising on first page, en time is not specified all advertis- matter will he ran until ordered and charged for accordingly. UBLICT reputation of ration which ofthe upon to the attention i of the TO THE standing or Ay person, firm or co: nry appear in the e? iew will be gladly corrected this was what she had to sav: I don't care a cent whether Italy lies beyondtheAlpsor even Tri Missouri. 1 do not expect to set the river on fire in my future ca- reer. I atai glad I have a good education but I am not going to misuse it in writing poetry or es- says about the future woman. It will enable me to correct the grammar of any lover I have should he speak of dorg' in myi Four Issues One Month By' . : W*,i The recent drouth is an ob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

;**<«• --f^w ..-"v;>;;'r";""' ■PSf wP ..^r," ffi..'V;. ,■' ■'"•.-. r^ wwn jm^ mmmmii. ,—■ ISiSuiiSix, t . «w.«.- M* -•. i w . ,ffJ|.u^. t( -., <*■ > -J,;'y''--.'i\ **#«* . ,.,,,.._ Copeland's Speech : (Continued from First page,) *i!<i rested upon. E. M. w r'SSsi Miss Mary tosMMshopping in Emma Wednesday, c Arch Cone had; business in the hub last Tuesday. F. S. Hayden was ii? Emma Tuesday. Mrs. Gamble and daughter, Miss Vera, wefe in Emma the j. W. Spanri and Lloyd A. Wicks were in the county capitol the first of the week on official business. „ • * . John McDermett is busy, this jweek with the District Court. 1j Lloyd A. Wiqks made a busi- ness trip to Emma Saturday, and JaRain the first of the-week. I Farming is the order of the day since the recent heavy rains -and-the Farmers are wearing smiles that won't come off. Crosby ton needs an Ice man and a meat market, and the man that will put them in and run them both will make a good piece of money. Wanted — Tw will we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

Mmm Mm* m j ' pr " I yUV w$£^.$£®wJ ' Tiff • ( ■ 7 , vr,, 1- •■'•■ •■■ •^■TT-yt •-' «"<• - .'-.•v^ * ■, ■,„■,,■ ;,.T,,?l ly,, ■■;.?l..;„.„, /|-|1V,.M| . . . ,.W^ n.,lj.i;ill^y«p '* ' ■"■ ' lV ■ V . ,-r-f s n - ■'■■■-■■•■ i WMW. W. F. Montgomery B ■ gSfRff1 I? J*rt. Jlannie I. Wfrite. CWtw: EH '. 9.'! a woman has noth- dinner and supper 365 times, washes dishes Wmm j any two or three people who hap* pen to be dining with congenial companions, or: seeing a good pkty, or listening to good music be, "I'll" be ing and do something for the betterment of the world." tKii ' age of fif- teen or sixteen, of thinking they Emma. Texas 3Hs with pleasure that we call the attention of the Review ad of-Mr. W. Fr Mr. times, gets the children -you will hear: "'What are you for school twice a day for A •* "T L—- - * "~')n w other odd jobs. pf§ ' J''V. f-S'Jfry■ .J"* " Ik •f'Si'i kIsi k slfel SSSwis illfSlS illPJBI |jf|y||p$l] no jar, ving for place, no insist- prerogatives, or division merest The h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

UAdi ESKBf gjaw •:' Vt; ■ •-< 5r ^pp ?r;«axi sws® ro®roiBi@p®?n® '■' "fW •• t" ; • • - v' 1 ' - ' ■ —•">«- ,—r^—w-r-*' ■ .''■' i.f' ••.' 5>i>;M ..T -'.J I - ~ —-.— amiafei ,/Pi|?PK^ •l,.'.>i.;""''\''C"'"p' "V '■ "'•' .: ''. * * 'yy. H; ^> bo-a tiiSJiWfWK JSM - " w. m ■ . —-W:^±rd Wwsim, llOT'llfili ■■"''.. jj&f^J W&r" mm Spi m ?■> Picnic and Baroecue At Lockney, July 2-3 BailejT and Others Annual Event Promises To<Br The Best In The History Of The Town Says Action Would CornmftParfy to Higher Duty on Manufac- tured Than Raw y Lockney, Tex., June.-tThe an- nual picnic to be held at this place on Friday and Satnrday, July 2nd and 3rd promises to be the best In the history of town and among the best ever held on the plains. Plans and arrangements for the occasion are being made, good speakers from all over the state will, be here, amusements will abound, and, in fact, any- thing for the entertainment of the visitors from over the plains to this fair city...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 June 1909

Jm BBBlii mSam mm mrifeih ' . , ' r "■ m WP,- ....J. ■ XT—* " ^ • ^. '..... mm P *1 .t i. BASSL1X t R. M. ; '<i >-.*#•■. •Wmm =®%M*S 6#gt3« S.vt AW N- RANCH ROSBY AND ~t For Sale .. «r f Commerce, io, Texas, v S^gip- iia&T Easy t'ewja^ !;f|f fy f 5 I I ffl .^TWfriO# * *:* * *& & J ^ || U vjn 0f •- ajjp|>r; ^5- 40 Acres Or Over id Canon Lands on both sides of and hicjuding Blanco Canon, to mi, over 24 inches, mostly jit • - • ' ! j$$'i *> - - • ■'■ 'f- tx>ck Farming, Com, Wheat, Oits,. Alfalfa^ Vegetables,, Frui m:v> w .■,;; w m - - ~ V >n yields one-half to three-fourths bale to Acre. "j'jii first-class Cotton Gin is in operation on No weevils here. "::NV ' >. \ ' e Crosby (bounty tract Hogs thrive, and are free from disease. *■£ h0t ], fc.2 This range includes the Silver falls in White River, fed by never failing lyings. Thirteen million gallons of water flow over these falls every day. r .Over five-sixthS of these lands are on the plains; are ve...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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