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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

; MRS ,M ■ -WL' i lM<hw ^ ysi^^v<22 WK$m I . PS . .*• SHMBK i,^r?r .... i'1 :' auiw' ressing ■KiiMflH " • ' -v.: v ' • • .>., • ft .:' '■■. ,v^;.v'" "L, •■••■ - '' ■n, Bb3HB imw-i ' n'lum •V'- . " '••:• •: .■ ■ "■ ' ■■ ' ■ i . ■■■• ■•' , .■::,. ■ ■■■■■ . '. • ' ■': ' "' •wtfOTR* ' " 1 v ; 1 wimp -T ,■!!*(ir^ • ■' IS 3>'; ■f'¥<IS ' ' . , ■ ■ —-? . • • . ~ ■ ■•->■,:■/. '■ ' • ^ .' SfflBW -."- .- ' 7- '- < ' • : r .I..JM.V "i; '■ pp portent point to be anything // or « [ thai mean one it will do her good. Hli Others Sm Us" **' woman much other being talked down, and awordin edgewise? voman, who ratly of her own i, relatives, servants, ail- ments and everything that is • hers; who resents the capping of her experiences, and is ft open or secret enmity with any other woman whose •S'W.<5'- hr< J^rTTT ngs ven- ture obviously to ootwitit hers? Then—though a recent essayist in the Spectator contends that gg^; few women are hypocrites there is the insincere woman, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

M1 f.4a> • • ■AU„ ilflli' Ui, jiiti BBlteiiiriii ii«iIMI ■ ■ . ->r^--I ;- • - - ■ f BwP''l '"V '" "" • •• • • |>ri!i.Mii.- ..>.t;>|i Bfejf•■':■-'■ .' "-■* .'.--I to*', ^ ,:c.. wkf r. u.r? mi joy In Post <5E>-*'<Sp>. .<3l> *<3|>* <^>'«.<SB>. l<5i> •"<3E> • <3S> • <3£> #'<$>'•<$> '• <§5> • <5S> •Oi; • I Noah Harding And H. B. Herd Return From Trip To Model City. 11. -;l ^ "There is all sorts of joy reign- ing in Post City notfj* said Noah Harming, Vice president of the Fort Worth National "bank, and turned from a ten days'*. visit to the breakfast food magnatic in his model city. ' 'As ares^lt of the three inches of rain that has just blessed that section, we were detained two or three days longer than we had anticipated because -of the inability of the automobiles to get us baik to the railroad, "And~the prospect of being re- lieved of having to travel seventy- five miles to a railroad ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

■ ; . •. <N .- • ' -mm*** ;'*K «|' V.*®**.#*, ; . H ' « mim,% m •A J ' ' ' * w, ,^;-7v^v-'!'sy. 99 IwS , ss?? ^J?.1 *: -T'V I- -^7-«^ar SKf'S :■■ ,-k ",. . ,-r."' ">:r". | ys ||| ®r ■$£ « tor one page it, one time, is the rate in .' Home Journal.- ' i.-f; usand dollars for One page, time, is the rate in the Saturday Slfct: ' i hundred dollars for one page je, is the rate in Colliers'; color _ *$2,500. " '^V- - :r";■ Something like one hundred million llart were spent in 1908 by national advertisers for the' purpose of creating a demand for cheir goods at retail stores. No satisfactory wtimate has ever been made of the amount i m„ u„ retailers. Pew ladies whc M? Spl will strive to B$I Sfc.J '* '' I*jVf.fei v'j' w eaves of the advertising sec- _ their Ladies' Home Journal give a thought to the fortune, that those The handsome repro- duction, in the original colors, of some well known painting, the clever illus- tration in black and white and the ac- companying forceful text, are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

WBRMmm "xmtwrWBI§SBkM<v sirs •f; W' . ' mm,?., ■'"'■■ ''' ' ^':§^ ■ , : r : V ^ '■" «■•.'■*'" -m''*- - ■ "■ ■•' ■ ... "' • K:i ^" • is : ■&- -' .? • ' ' l;iP3H * ^4' llll fc— rjlSlI SW . Man! Man!— )ur reading Mitorial tilts week pays special attention to woman and since writing that editorial the editor has come in contact with a man that needs attention, and I'll be-durned if he don't get it. r- f •'... • This fellow is a sort of a shy guy," one that never says a word good for anybody, or. anything: so far as we have ever heard. He gave us a rowling about boosting the town in which we live and the county of which we are so proud, and" the people gen- erally that we have so learned to )ve in~ our six months among -you. In our remarks about the wo- nien we had in mind one good old woman who has spent her life well and is now nearing the grave and we never heard her , . , . ... , make a remark but .rood for the | fer?r.,se' he WI" be <Wosed t0 town and believe iK "Well that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

wmnliijili mmm m ■ii MgW^: f ^"',l M#\'jiiti'^«-t(!t r..-nr«^- •- ?*m IllMlMi ftilfsHfl ^W^W'-^-'- -; «K'y:-::-v-'f:y'''-::i,.,j^^H ."<*< ?' , •vM. :<-\ '■ eilifiil w ■'"■ A '"'" ' . ••'■' ";.l''-v>^'■■■- v •;V''::Tw."H $#$ '■ , , '.«! '■..p., V.C ". afcwtv . • . . ,\ $$%/ • "'-,- r • m m IJIP m "'., , T?. ,'A~t''.t;fc;. - Tfj>n-" r '"~tw ~V<- 5Tj. Mysterious ® HHB [ to Have Been Found The Foot of W^heCroM *'' •■"'•. ' ' •■ . '.:U-'-'J f • «..:.*_ , ...,.t j , ■■-.,.. ,. - ,. . " ■;. — W. R. Hamilton handed' us the ng letter last week with uest to publish- same, ih the thought that it _ ■ "PR to have been written by Christ at his crucifix- Hrtetter te htaaed, "A Letter Prom Christ,''. and reads as follows: Greenfield Tenn., March 18.- The Greenfield Times published ^Mia. wqek what • is purported to be a letter from Christ written just after his crucifixion on the 1 cross. The letter was published at the request of Miss Ruby Route I, Trezevant, ... fact of 1 wish to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

- jfjpjl „ :r jfr,.. : '*V "{ -*< J > > v t"* „ , Jf ' '"""'' '" •. f.-=*..: ,..« .-. .. ;-: S^f—:' :. 3119 jyM[ IS PLAINVIEW, TEXAS er and Jeweler .< .; .....;>'i.«■,,.; ■„. '"■ffi I A First-Class Optician, Watch We guarantee satisfaction. ~ ' " prices on Wall Paper. . The' largest Plains.- Wyckoff-., Drugs and Jewelry 96' 0 isa ',m . ,.,,M 1..8M. The Crosbyton Review Published every Thursday by Tfie WMrrPrtnttwg Coinpanytfc Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE & SONS, Props, Crosbyton, Texas _ F. E. WHITE, Editor Subscription $1.00 ger Year Single Copy "Entered as second-class matter Jan- uary 14, 1909, at the post office at Crosbyton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879." Advertising Kates - — Full page display ad. $12.50 per week. Half page " " J 00 per week. Less than one half page 20c per inch each insertion. Locals and readers 10c per line each insertion. Mo display advertising on first page When timels hW^ecified^n Mverllg^ ing matter will be run until ordered ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

wwMwpntfw -*1 ~m •** 1 " • -w-f**##*-m-*>- +mmrn*. If RSffl j*ul to iweFw 4& i iasW . ■ ,. I. '"•,... I ;'■ ;•' .,, •w.v ,' I* mim . —. wr-—■ W&V. SB ""T."'*' ,*r ^ "" wmgmz HTTTZ -•- i RRui^HRBMKik'! . * • fe....... i—...' ;.,,. ..r A.-,.rna*r^,-r7TT ^ "13 ■. •• T" i,-. WV: 111 - ^ ■1® tern "Castle Gould." That is a far ry from Mouse Trap Gould. Running through the nauseat- evidence-in the Gould divorcer it^whgrgin a formed actress is in* sued b y her husband for ical separation, are details, ich shows a desire on the part hese swollen rich to establish on the foundation f simple American ancestry, but is recognized by the express Word spobocracy. ■„ "Castle '■? may be a pleasing pile to nie eyes of the interested family . and the word a Soothing sound in their ears! Yet to the remain- der of the country such pretense is wearisome to the extreme. •v The true aristocrat is always a democrat, both in taste and man- - uur and in hi3^aling8~with-bis fellows* He is never foun...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

i,. - "* - ,j * . ./• ■ v «t> . • 1 ■ \VU <. *■ -, ■ "■• . .V*- ■* - :..*• .■- ,'• ■,, _ , ': ■ • ••, "• . -v'v^r v-"-. ''. ■_,''-r :. ... * >-'•■■ ^ ; . ■ ^'■ • ;■ «■''',?■> ',"S "■ i:..;''■ • ■ ■' : - V.".' ' ' - -V,. ' - ll '* r*. 1 '.I. '■/'fc'i, i 1 " *. . >'0* * .1 <" , '1'' • .rV.v,nsH .... ... ."v^w KfJM —«• ri s!x>- '"•• - i-y'{ .. . *-*- - >;v,. • * $><&<$><$><$><* . > V"1'.' •• "■ ■ \ & S; r y« •-.«« -"kCfi wV? Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch arid trail ■■Wm if'-'. | The advantages of the Crosbyton Supply Store are recognized by its patrons, but thus ¥ $ or it has not catered as extensively to \yomen as it intends to in the future. Purchases X | of over $4,000 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 Chica...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 24 June 1909

.| i. , i,m ■■■ ■ .^n.^,,,.^ m ;V y ^ w ' V m " mmMwmi MR&Mi i *«—i ;■;; ■ ■' ■■- ,Tr, ...,*.- , ......... ... MrmH ." 1 -■"'111! MrcflP w, 4H? MliMllliHH ':'W,"v IiW'\1'-V ,\! jgfflHn. fflESiiw?v^|HMF\ &M ;.:,?: Manager iffliKS*; -• Z "•^■fmrmml Aij^\ty- - ices; : *V mm ■Wmk .;.t: of Qommercei J£- '■ '' \' " I .Nat. UK _.IL ._ JH 5 Amarillo, Texas. 1&mr' ~JBU_ ..; .,-.■,. - ,.,.:r ... .,.^4: ..- *-'■ ' 'J*''*! ' ..', ' /' ',- «*'< : ■ ; . ■•' -'vy* v *■ •* if,y;' : ■••■•h- ,• * . V • " N D COMPANY " 'k . Mi ',A ■ .flj': •1 V •■ - '-JjfK.'.. "/■ " AGENTS FOK B fsTCH LAND i>:' . *■ -T<rr ■ M -3fe~ p, >*-■ 4- *&lv siP^a 1(4 CROSBY AND DICKONS COUNTIES, TEXAS Secret** Ftir Sale On Easy Terms In Trpcta Of 40 Acres Or Over v * 'MW " ' CM Wm on both sides of and including Blano6 Canon. ',AItituds>2aOO to 3200 feet. • . •, Anniial rainfall over 24 inches mostly, in the spring and .iummer. Sjpw Cotton: i Wheat, Oats," Sl^alfa, Vegetables,' Fruit, • -"J."* 'V •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

Wm ill SWfi'uiv'.'' -;rr «"i ( !■■■.—««■< .1II i)B.L,.l."".—-)| J ' ■<*> "Vlll*!,-!...!.! •>• I-"-#- " . r- V . ■' -.J,1; "l;; 1 -ftr •T'-:. , " ;-* .wr1 -.S*~v - " "VV-. **s*> ■■■/1 «*■« ■■.jv-atf' te THE CROSBYTON I JR; F VOL. 1. A Newspaper For Tha WhoHPeopIt Of Th South Halm Of Texas. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 1,1909. Misuse of Emblems Is Restricted agement of-the Dallas Fair Asso ciat-ion, that Saturday October Law Prohibiting wearing of Lodge Buttons by Non-members is Now In Effect PanhandleDay _ At Dallas Fair I*.-., It Is Suggested That Saturday October 23 be Set Apart as Panhandle Day at Fair In a letter dated June 17, from Lon D. Marrs, of Amarillo, to James Frye, Secretary of Tulia Commercial Club, he states that (_ i -to- go thetJa^la^eniSiTtT^'ror any public ii ha has recommended to^hfHtwn^q-TTie live advertiser and the other emblem of the United Con- his office. subscription-is paid a ^eaivi-n ad- vance; we can "do it. The man or th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

*x.,a —*** *<■ ■ ■ '# ■ < I>^in." ' 'Wi ■■■Hi . iW ... j- . -'.'^r.^;^i: i. .M ^U.'■>V>i■"« f*pv-jt mmmm ir" wmiA m&msm —: . 11 wwaajgaay ian, -Watch AJtaker and Jeweler action largest Drugs and jewelry Plains. stock Paper. First-Class e guarantee , out yprfces on Wall Crosbyton Review Published every Thursday by The White Printing Company trust stocks began their fight upward, until now they kre worth more than four times what they sold for four years ago. would make racy reading, but frequently the newspaper man passes them by rather than to 'm:, JjC'E, ■*r- Gonsid- place Certain citizens in an unfa- hItrSivs Proha ering that they represent, face vorable Jight and embarrass their * ' value, more than the stupendous family and fi4endB.***buk most sum of$l,000,000,000, it is not at j people have little appreciation of all difficult to understand how I favors like this. On the other Crosbyton, WHITE, Editor 11 h "Entered as second-class matter Jan- uary 14, 1909, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

' ——!=S==K*HBPHL., rr^trr,,. - ■ j~- — - asr / .. -**•■ I, jmitii III — • * *— t • M ...;...' ... I ■ - • •". ■ ..- •' ■ • < • •' •, . g| r " • I ;tr ~1' 1 ........ .. ..._—=- I I II m Iff ' I l \mmmmammrvrr I 1 m ■■'? .1.vS."%'' *rS P BwpgpWiSi im ...•. • , «• •■■• :.w •- :• ,>^y.; -TJ • • .-v-^ _ ^ _ JUUAWMAWmIL^-— MA sfS^ T T L. AN D C .O M P ANY ^.'.^.iiilBL «rww References: ' " AGENTS for i ; i 3 r&'ijfl Amarillo Nat. Bank Nat. Bank of-Commerce, Amarillo,^ Texas. ^ AGENTS FOR C B LIVE STOCK COMPANY'S -N~ RANCH LANDS IN CROSBY AND DICKENS COUNTIES, TEXAS. ■r; MH ■ Qn Easy Teratit- dii Tracts Of'''*;" $H 40 Acres Or Over Plains and ©amji^Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon. Altitude^2800 to 3200 feet. - v .Annual rainfaTl over 24 inches, mostly in the spring and summer. Adaptedlo^ Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit- Cotton. ■ pottomyields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation on the Crosby County- tract. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

HWP & j MM y.- |i.l!B'«.';l'.l-i;il. ) i /fj ' ,nil =«* w® ■■' '% iff;,; < 1 ■ ' ;'• > '" v" J\S*j \ • ' 18MB&, *$'>y Mn. &mnit JL. UUHtr, CMtsr ■ ' r :I -' ... ..• • -• ■/.. . v — . ' _ piit both their shoulders to the /frheel, buj in America, at amy rate, so soon as there i£ any sign gWn**!^ fcl them WWviBriJ Always To Blame ./ , ■■• ••:■•", From Adam's time downward we have been, and still are, the MB mm w' p:tw« , > sex. Woman's le state is a compromise be- antiquated laws and mod- feeling. There is still, as Smith wrote hearly one The American Women *' *Amerit* -4s full/<of sfad-eyed and well-dressed women, utterly withbut power/' is the statement made by Mary Heaton Vorse i n an article in Appleton's Maga- ears ago, "a very gen- educated^ more indulged. you f the once jmJA p of family will very soon be reduced to the #aine kind of aerial and itiifactory diet." Having that if eat of the tree knowledge, the rest of the -• r pi pi to so long treated as ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

IZLa wnwsw V&mmh ■>.1 7lOi... -u,- '.U. ,<J,v . / :C rm#<$ '■r111 ma*. ■ ■■■"- *wpSp g$UK ps HI ■'. K; , fp/ • I ■■'■. B R O 3rH E S S Fine Tailoring. Expert cleaners and pressers. t Satisfaction guaranteed Leave your work at Crosbyton, Post Office Bldg. Plainview, - - . Texas Senator Bailey His Platform T> j^riiHr«l rTSinrUr:wn.i for wnmdiating. -the twlicy .and.™) and to put the whole buamess pledges of his narfv wns rViof t-Vi£> on the free list: but. wisp and v* „ exposes completely another pre text of Senator Bailey, by which he has sought to excuse his re- pudiation of the Democratic plat- form and his vote in favor of the lumber trust, The Courier-Jour- nal says: Senator Bailey justifies his vote against free lumber on the ground that the lumber dut.v yields something over a million Senator Bailey's first excuse pledges of his party was that the 25c on iron ore, which protects the steel* trust was a revenue producer, This claim was prov- ed absurd. When all...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

ill I 1 % fi -, HL1 - '• • " * ■ '-•' ••■' • • '-"■' •7"'' 1 ? 3 ?* "!sryr. X ■ Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. Store are recognized by its patrons, but thusr M#P mk<> u^T^js- y, ft intends to in the future. Purchases % of .over $4,000 in dry goods, notions, Etc., have recently been made with the greatest care in the Chicago markets. These embrace novelties of the season, direct from the <$ largest importers and manufacturers and are a reproduction here of Chicago's styles an^J «fe TSi jretail stocks. The prices on all these goods will compare favorably with eastern markets, f * VV" ' v * I, "X ' A gKti ^ Tfie Crosbyton Supply Store aims to become popular with, the women of P n iia ,r x and will be appreciated and reciprocated. The larger the sales the greater variety and ¥ more attractive will be the stock. Your eggs, butter, vegetables, poultry, lard, etc., will f S be taken in trade or on account. You will soon have broilers for sale and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

<1 ■ +■ r-.r- *v*«^o^H-wnw*? rV ',W«¥ rXSfwviWS ' Cm r- m^mmmm jW®™BM \ ■ •■■■■ ■•■ *1* l^wpp y.'f'WV^LW UgilJ1.! CT55RT kfcsfcw **«* •*. — ..i,y-* -4n --•*■ -.--- I:, ferr^; '" H. Lewis & Co. General Land Agents o LO;KNEY, Floyd County, TEXAS Handle Floyd Cqunty lands in tracts to suit purchaser, on £ASY terms. Also handle city/ property—resident lots 60x140 feet, $75.00 to $100.00 each, five to seven blocks of College, $5.00 down and $5.00 per month until paid, no interest. No niccr lots in city of Lockncy ^aoi—-IOI—__i i \oifl Watkins' Celebrated Remedies tHe lived within the precincts of the imperial palace of Yildiz, and here, shut off from his subjects by a triple line of walls, she ire- mained in mortal fear of being assassinated. His disappearance as Sultan causes but few regrets abroad, but the course of Turkish affairs will still be watched with great anxiety. ticines, Extracts, Spices, Etc. Forty years reputation. Unsurpassed for strength and quality I am traveling...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 July 1909

pnpi mmg* T~0wm*7:. V £ " -v' "^Srfiitj '-vX ■* ' „ -• • - "■■■■•—■ -■- . — .y^ ^®(E! ' : *;'■■' :••■-■,' u .'"•' " ■*-' .., A ——- ' - /;- ' .v.";. :-<~;V j •'*' - •* v* - W • .-<>■ '■rjf.iwrp^at^.'- u •;/V " L^WfW« ###9 WfflSg l'''^-|i ■■vr-^i-V|in-H [MaaK Professional and Business ...Directory.... 91. per inch per month ' '®* '* ,•;. «te- -rfc. .■fSHk. :tii(M!il' ■KW WMPty PS ^yiiB Fully equipped with up-to-date appliances for FIRST CLASS work in ALL branches. ana Material Second to None Facilites for handling EVERY THING from the FINEST Automobile or Implement to the ROUGHEST Mule. BRING YOUR WORK OF ANY CHARACTER And. it will be done well H a X p oa SJ H 4 Gould by Judge Dowling this morning1, at the cloae of the sen- sational divorce hearing. Mrs. Gould- brought suit for :"$250,000 annually as alimony. |For Best Bargains rShe waron rfie stancTTintiT CROSBYTON , T i: X A s E E 3 Sum almost the last of the suit and "V ^ H I denied absolutely evtery allegation —^^—JI made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

§f~ r • Influence Of .• '1, The Declaration All Counties In Some Way Or Other Changed For Better- July 4th A Great Day • While we celebrate on th£ 4th of each July the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, we perhaps do not reflect on the stupendous influence of that document on the world as a whole. It is safe to say that no political paper in al) history has had so universal or radical an effect. Not only did its promulgation markihfe beginnilUL^JLtifLJilfi. 'republicanism, but the reaction^ &ry forces have been too strong and have held her titt all of .her colonies and most of her ancient glory Wve been swept away. Following the example of the United States, all the Americans threw off the foreign yoke and became republics. Japan felt the new impulse, which is now also awakening China and India. South Africa experienced it, as she showed in her stubborn fight for freedom. And Australia, touched by it, has the most en- lightened and progressive gov- ernments in the worl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

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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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