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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

bmwm i&rm Mai My VjV, , «V ! • «*-r" The Ar^ of Being Popular The girl who has an even an €^yen temper and is rarely' upset by trifles, and who is merry and full of fun, is sure to be popular. The happy heroine of real life is not the heroine of the 'novel, wno takes offense with appalling readiness and .vho is difficult to The happy heroine for exam- ple doesn't fall out easily with her "men friends, nor; forgive them reluctantly,,, .She has ^.ha.t. X ^en bea.tl,fuily t0 interfere with think I had best call social grit and courage. . She can take a " trying situation cheerfully. When her pretty frock is stepped upon by a careless young man at a dance, she does not accept his blushing apology ( with an ugly stare. She makes him ten times more repentant and everlastingly her admirer by saying: "01 coarse I will forgive you. I know vou are sorry, but accidents will poor Mr. Blank really has new, read one line of that pofet's work and doesmot know one note of music from another. Or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

*> !'-* ' '■■? - ■ '"ir/b>3&Wrrk-4~ ^'Orvnl &* '♦ "■■•• •• 1 every Thursday by Not Incorporated WHITE A SONS, Props, Crosby ton, E. WHITE, Editor ^"Subscription $1.00 per Year Bp( npt Single Copy ,5c. to the attitude of certain Demo- _ crats, particularly in the South, <EnteLed ?Losecord;£la8B "Latt« JanI *n making alliances with Aid* lary 14, 1909, at the post office at —r r irJi v , . , . t Crosbyton,_ Texas, under the Act gLnch and Cannon and the inter* Cleveland campaigns andrin Con , is constrained to break the f his retirement, at ' to declare that, bi*would be Wetter dead than longer sub- mit to the control that now seems to possess it. This outburst is obviously due durnedi 1879 March 3, Advertising Rates fflwm* '■ 7.00 per week. __ .. w " r inch each insertion.. Locals and readers 10c jpyyaMMf line each insertion. v No display advertising on first page, JWS_ ■ v ing matter will be run until ordered out , —, " ,'i Any erroneous reflection upon the ^ characte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

1" f WQWni rrr-rnr IH r-^-^L I' ~— <A~m. •• •> gayft i ifaimtmh*' ■rAttwrtt-* MWtifc A Fif'st-Class -.-Optician, Watch Maker and Jeweler We guarantee satisfaction. Get out prices on Wall Paper The largest stock on the Plains. Drugs and Jewelry PLAINVIEW, TEXAS [ Local and Personal! M . mK If"/-' V MP law' WM-rr Fred Wells was in Plainview last week after a load of freight. Barney Johnson and J. M. Neely were out in the country Tuesday looking ov§L the plains. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Wicks returned from Amarillo the last of last week. Zay Powell, of the Half Circle S Ranch was in town last Satur- day. we did not attend but hear that it was a nice one and a success in every respect. F. E. White returned Sunday at noon with Mrs. White, Thad Sweetwater, mother of Mrs. y ' White. Mrs Prince will visit here for some time, she is de- lighted with the cool breeze of the plains and country generally. Cap Ellison and wife and Mr. and Mrs. John McDermett came in Friday from Crosby ton. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

i i' ; 1 - VK¥ tiis* • • s f The Condition of 1y. ■(>*■ l-"^-.>W ir-i. ■*"■ i-«fri"wM* ■•'■•• jtAr ,„r ;_l>#. #•,: W*«V MMttO 0^' T©xm]|- e close of business, June 2$, 1909. RBSpURCES liWiiiW'#***''nfyti. '■ -.jv -• i-v secured and un- 1,941.2a 1 U. S. Bonds-t^secure cir- culation.. 10,000. PMmiums on U. 8. Bonds,,..., 462. Banking house, Furniture, *Mraxtt «g7 secured,. k ' V4"* (. TTTTSTT 1,8808 17,057.06 Due from National B^nks (not reserve agents)..^. | Agents ■;. 13,212.22 fractional Paper Currency,^ " ' Nickels, and Cents....... 12.40 hR Lawful Money reserve in Bank, viz: "if®; 'Specie..;, ,...'. $2,984.75 - Legal-tender notes.....$70.00 3,054 75 Redemption fund with y. S mfffy SgWinrer (5 per cent 'of J® I' «iiculation)V. 500.00 Hi rsm™ mv< Site TOTAL $132,280.02 — LIABILITIES, - T$h' <* Cajfital stock paid in $25,000.00 fmul 1 CHCI nA lisp dpi 1|n' * 5 m. v w$ t BEK ■' ' • Surplus fund 1,500.00 Undivided Profits, less Ex- cuses and Taxes paid 4,398 27 ional Ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 July 1909

wmm WmmSm OToman's Comer. / 011*. Dannie I. VBfjitr, Cbttar There is one thing that' every thoughtful man knows—that too many parent allow their daugh- ters to associate with men with no character of honor for the sake of so called society and be- ing allowed to walk in the lime- light of public notice. The old toothless vagabond called elite society has been the downfall of many a pure innocent girl and a great many married women. So ciety money, show, pomp and parade in too many homes. So- ciety the toothless old hypocrite,, the despoiler of homes and the debaucher of womanhood and manhood; the poor old deluded skeleton that tries to defame the church, prostitute christianaty and fool God! The loaded pistol has slain its thousands but the parading skeleton of cheap soci- ety has slain its tens of thous- ands. One beatiful summer morning I walked down the street and heard the cries of and old blue headed jay. The old mother bird was screaming, cackling and yelling as if she was bei...

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

§.\ - : :." v;vfr • >■ ''•- <av-Y^-Ana---4^r«l "fayw v v■.■'■,/ -f ■ .:: ■■- .j,:J.',V. ^ ::zt±TX- • . r4CSSflWH| ,..,A . *r-.-+-n ■-**■*-■'+-° ■ tli' 'jwipll " '!v •'"•.• - • - * ;•■?"' 'ggH '-C ■ '•' :;iSi wia^Pisi ' fefii i<"" | .i.N.,.ii'.^j.^^1,. i.u < ; ,/.1\1J...,v,V.i..,™Ui« %'.-.) • i .■ ' ~V ' * *■*/.; ' . K/AvXAd,: j. s • J^;Vf'; 5 •';W '1 i. _V v.-- _ TP .. , ^ - . -v:, ..,.«^ .. ; . : " ■•:'■• ' ' ■ '€•■•' '': ■ "1" •' •„■■' ' '„_ . - , •■■ ■ . ,- •"• ■ •■ '••:••;> <■.;■■ : .-.X ">'- SETT LAND mm r r7* •' ;'u> ' rences: Anmrillo Nat, Nat Bank of Commerce, .„ •«. ■ Sv AmariUo, Texas. AGENTS FOR C B LIVE STOCK COMPANY'S -N- RANCH LANDS IN CROSBY AND DICKENS COUNTIES, TEXAS. BAS8ETT, SfcfcreTH-y For Sale On Easy Terms In Tracts Of 40 Acres Or Over m ■ ■■m Plains and Canon Ibands on both sides of an<} includingBlanco Canon. Altitude 2800 to 3200 feet. fall over 24 inches, mostly in the spring, and summer. Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

iW ■■ mm r?w *'f 4.. fv-r'-:.::.tfg.i' •-> - - —'—-7 * .T~-:•-• • N rt'J-ikjfjHtMi 11 1 '.y,',,, Ww v. Is* * - : ~ . v . f| iiss:aw5#p VOL 1. 26 New Laws ■ Effective Today Were Passed at First Called Session of Thirty-first Legislature Austin, Texas. July 10. — Twenty-six laws of the first call- ed session of the Thirty-First Legislature will go into effect to- morrow, being the ninetieth day after adjournment of the ses- sion. Some of the measures are of especial importance, notable, the Robertson-Fitzhugh liquor law, several tax laws, empowering District Judges to act in vaca- tion, making it a felony to sell liquor in local option districts and other,laws. The bills that become effective are as follows: —"" Amending the law providing for the appointment and com- pensation of official court stenog- raphers. Amending the statute relative to assessment of taxes as to all Tax Assessors having more time to prepare their rolls. An act amending the law creating the State automatic ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

v'r *'■ ' " H fli ijjrr^frurijuiiiifririfilpi "'i * ii "* a inm n miji j, a«pM " * ii'S'sMii 131 J...... ^ ywjwi .. ^JIIipRp.. ^ W^lVy'"'" .".'."lUmu, u( '111 I' M1 1. 1.1- -' ■ 4 ■. :■ • W* W '"> ■<"''. "".r uic' i ;: Mate Direct Appeal To *S;44.Wt.li Matter -'■ KB ed about what they suppose Washington, July 4.—Concern to the possibility that negroes ISPs I ■■' jWfljMji K white residents tjff tHi South; aV •numerators to gather informa- _ _ „... . w ,,, hdecennial to aggravate the situation: Federal census. Democratic mem- ii,,. ,-,r ) i H m jwb&T bers of Congress will urge Pres- ident Taft to give instructions that only white enumerators shalf be employed in districts south of the Mason and Dixon £ - Kim - ItlHV t Representatives of the South- ern States in Congress say that they have little hope of prevent- ing the employment of negroes unless the President interferes. Senator Martin and Represent- i,« Tlrtir nf XTliiniiai m 'j. ; j : wvf? 119/ vi y irgirra, it ra sctiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

":K7r ■ $ ■ " . "> iV"'-1*?- #>n:. '"., • J' -v.. ■ '• ' ' . - .,*■ ' ^aayriiii.^"].!..1--1 ■"*," .'.!-" J! ',• J.'1 ', J'1,.. -- ... *'"•/•. . ,..., ■-., ...m *** 1 t.>v" Y'ViV-4$ iiiM m s $m „ '••:1 . C B LIVE STOCK COMPANY Ranch, Crosby County, Texas Ranch, Lamb County, Texas BRAND-N- •"Northekn office 132 > Stock Exchange. Build ins. CHICAGO, ILL. an m. bass5ett, Manager P. I). AdJrtHN, Crcmbyton. Crosb-y Co. TEX AS ,""" ^ "Breedfts-Bnd Dealers In " • High-Grade Range Cattle B~A Owners of -N- Lands For Hale By SSETT LAND C O MPAN Y Crosbyton, Texas Comment On Congress To newspapers throughout the United States, and to individuals who happen to be in a position to test.public opinion, but espe- cially to newspapers, we address this request: Find out and state whether the sentiment of your community favors the revision of the tariff which has been made by Senator Aldrich and the thirty-eight faithful followers who give him his power, or, on the other hand, the revision...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

MHII 111 W mmmm m: m, if r'r'w-wflw!*' '/■ vt .r . 7 i lite Printing Company •psm W ' Wot Ine<ir(iont*d N. H. WHITE & SONS, Props, ^tCrosbyton, Texas >: __—-—r' 5 •' r*jfl—'—**■*—>—w r r ■ ;;" p "WWTTtE IMiW4 SH V E, WHITE, Editor )tion $1.00 per Year Single Copy 6c. "Entered as second-class matter Jan- ary ...14, 1909, at the post office at roabyton, Texas, under the Act of "arch 3, 1879." Advertising Kates m fen! fe. " " 7,00 per week, one-half page 20c per inch insertion. Locals and readers 10c sr Hne each insertion. ~ __ • lo display advertising on first page. n time is not specified all advertia- iatter will be run until ordered out and charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any peraon, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Review wtll be gladly corrected upon being brought to the ■ attention of the publishers. Four Issues One Month ? ? There has been 50,000 leaflet^...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

ipsppw *" W • '"UfSPPIrSJI! r'^piiir-^ipiiipk w «fsP5 ■* ■■ -T" ■ t s •' • ferr-r:. .... . rPjff '"l"' r^IJl ■'*'•* 'r1" V-M-'-y ' , ' •.- - •- ' ',' • >■- .. ■> -V . ■ ' ■ ::<,^.'-;.-V'' , *3* •' rr:f - • ,i:rc«SjAg j • •'■■■ • t _ .- - . _ Pif.;' - R' ifc" i- " - s:*#^ - ' ' •' VjWi )•">:■■■ • .". V r /' J M The Sticker, Not The Quitter Wins * • , -1-* "This is my prophecy and prayer Toil's glorious kingdom is at hand, "•• Its blooms are rich, its fruits are fair, Ripening to fall in every land; The leaf is turning—we shall see The record on Time's brightest page, And swarthy toil is yet to be The usher of the Golden Age." ^ James Maurice Thompson. Blessed is the man who sticks to his work, for he shall rejoice in its accomplishment. Blessed is the man who hangs on to his job, for the end thereof is full knowledge of the way the work must be done. Blessed is the man who puts his whole heart into his task, for at the end of the day his work will sing to him. Blessed is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

m '****** •'WW- 'T ®®n ?pa ... ■■•■. CO M PA EH ■PfKi df--i^* erencea AmarilloNat. HiSriiSbfC^erce^ Amarillo, Texas. LA N D AGENTS FOB, - C B 'UVE STOCK COMPANY'S -rN- RANCH LANDS IN CROSBY AND DICKENS COUNTIES, TEXAS. K. M. BASSETT, Secretary For Sale On Easy Terms' x In Tracts Of 40 Acres Or Over NV:: Plains and Canon Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon. v'm m —r—, Altitude 2800 to 8200 feet. ' T^'"" Annual rainfall over 24 inches, mostly in the spring and summer. :Adapted ti> Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation on the Crosby County tract Hogs thrive and are free from f ro4 j...1 ■% J -vvi; This range includes the Silver falls in White River, fed by never failing springs. Thirteen million gallons of water flow over these falls every day. Over five-sixths of these lands are on the plains; are very fertile arid yield abundantly a variety of crops in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

55— ^HHBSSHBR^ ,r—*''"^'v , '••-'-•v1:^' • 7' .J.*....... •.«• • m-; ". «'«^t i;$p§ ..._, ■ ' I. '. i n ifti'rtTni,1^1-' -.■■■" ■■■'■• - . /«•<. tn<r«aa 7>'T*'-.-wi',ji! ■' 'fm '"*'■ • y*T. " •" 3WKiI53S^^* ,, .' ,'\' •> •.•' >,. .j.,ifk.«k'. . m',.! ,^i.,iita,.;.i.i'i«iA.n4.«.- w,:i ■ ■.-.'■i-rtV '•* ^r< V-" j' ^ .'v-- , «t . ...^,, - -',j >*V ^ A # • :4 i I nRHH . ■-■ ' - • • • -• -•■' ■*•' -■ ... .'; _ ■ . ' •< ' ' . ' SL^„Watch fflaker and Jewe,er Wyckoff-Willi Gefc^QU. prices on Wall Paper. TJie largest stock on the Plains. Drugs and Jewelry i. ■■ ——| E31@p imSmr n PLAINVIEW, TEXAS ■H - Town Under 10 Feet Of Water People Qf Pattonburg, Missouri Mardbnsd On Roofs Of Houses-CaH For Aid ./IB - x 'i K- - St. Joseph, Mo., July 7.--Prac- tically-all railroads to the North, West and "Northwest of St. Joseph are tied up as a result of j running- over their floods and washouts. Hundreds of travelers from the East and South are marooned here, with no prospect of g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 July 1909

Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. y;.'" lllllll mm M fa" r I ' ' ' advantages of the Crosbyton Supply Store are recognized by its patrons, but thus I tor it has not catere8 as extensively to women as it intends to in the future. Purchases of over $4,000 in dry goods, notions, Etc., have recently been made with the greatest ®SS«| 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 f retail stocks. The prices on ah these goods will compare favorably with eastern markets. ^ The Crosbyton Supply Store aims to become popular with the women of Crosby and Adjoining Counties and deserve their confidence and patronage. Such patronage will help develop the store |> I* and will foe appreciated and reciprocated. The larger the sales the greater variety and * f more attractive will be the stock. Your eggs, butter, vegetables, poultry, lard, etc.*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

' ' t£i* 1 (,y • ..-• •. ■ * .; . ■:■',: .-'f' ■ - , • ■'. '• . • ->.•1 .y'.i,'!^' -/£•-•- • T a'iv.'iV-'V:r / . 'yV '-• ••'• ■ •'< ■ - $pgfSP * i £££ $yS££l life -• • ? , ■ i *«■ " « |IRM5*4iF6fcr$«ik!7:". " ■'JMk.-'.'M-. SISPrzhm mil p| ** 1 ^Y ^., ''■ , «' -i - -,i* .-■■< v.i.'.jJcfS/* ' PH■ HM|^HHW7V; M:$L ":' - - M ■ ' \ '. . _ K . m— jbA iHfr- CSTV If: I #. i' fife' ffitv VOLV A WwtiHWf Fwr Tlw Whottftopli Of Tin Soutt Plaint Qf TtWt. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUIY 22,1909. ':' '■ . v: % i Occasion-All Pulling Toget ill?? / Prtywli mlm IbmaSteSP" .,.. ifpiil '.rnJH -s>—"... Funds Secured For The Purpose Of Building a $10,000.00 School Building For Crosbyton. Building Will Be Under Construction In 20 Days-Nothing Too Big For Us (. W PflSa It has only been a few weeks since we announced on this page of the Review that Crosbyton had voted an Independent School District, and had done it without a desenting vote. This fact spoke great for our communiy a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

' . '' ■ • *■' i£wWI <,V. «•'/'■.■ ,' IP'.! !«!r#:#s Rfc'A i Jlliy S&vv '"'=* V*''..' '- 'v'-'"" i\:'; '.'- ;'i'~ •* ' . . : ' -.: ... . ' ' -"■' ' ' .. ' ' ' ■'.' V ■ IMS iip: 8: H V; ■■ ■ •v m ' Vi'T "'■ i .'*■ "' A FUIX .. • -.'•'/' 1 ; .r TORY GOODS, QROCERIES v^Vrt* V BB&J "4 '••- ,3 j «•" i«- '' . - v> lor Good Beds and First Glass Meals Rates: $UOO*sit -Payt.~^^-Z w§zm™ and MIL L I N E R Y G O Q p^ ""' " T adies' and MenVShoes, also a Com- ^tplate-Line of the Best Brand of Hats. m^IN> 1H Two Blocks from the Northeast Corner of Square ' JAMES YOUNG, Proprietor ana mSm *&wkm Not many new towns in the - ■ Panhandle have made a more substantial growth in so short £ as Crosbyton* Crosb^toh is just a year old has nearly 500 inhabit- and they are all of the push- ing kind. There are two genera] stores, one carrying more than a S%1 *„<r ■HHSjL, tetM® $40.000 stoclc oT gdods/ana^ other store also carries a full line of general irierchan^ise. There is a large tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

iHKSFaiiHMHH tW.~ -:W"V ;C^-- ;* '• fr- uit i ^—1*11' WW itsw va-fvt*: 'mm .I1.11 .,l!i:<ai"')J...'.,."nn"^.?l'njT,M • ■ Decorations to Be Elaborate Committee Making Arrangements To Have City in Gala Attire For Show Flags, bunting, streamer, red, white and blue electric light, and other decorative devices will be employed by Messrs. Owen, Green, Kirsch and Daily, the dec-* oration committee oppointed yes- terday for the Amarillo Auto Show association, to make Am- arillo's gala week, beginning July 26 and continuing through Saturday following, a still strong- er attraction. The grentlemen named have been given a wide range and.sweep, and will be al- lowed to use their judgment in all matters - pertaining to the beautifying of the city. The committee has in the judg- ment of the organization been wisely selected, each man being know as the possessor of tastes and executive ability in the dec- orative art. Thousand of yards of bunting will be placed and many flags *« will be display...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

•• w ■ . . mm- • t i.w '"—TO: 4fi+ r+<—y (" ;•*• '""«. 'Vl'": t* M.M:ry,|i,','Vy",,!j 2 W v' v.-. - ■;- ' 1 '■ ' - ■ -■ v- •■■-■• '-i.£ -l . >«' v, m .Site *;■. " •" ' ■ '"■':,, * '>**:< 6 iKi " '" ' Drugs and Jewelry PLAINVIEW, TEXAS largest stock on the Plains. .... *, i'.y .. ' : First-Class- Optician. e guarantee satisfaction kfe-. • «. i** _ _ _ K" iNt- out ..... ' i" ■ '■. * ' ~ prices Wall Paper. The Crosbyton Review HMH1 |||>HV'rA j Published every Thursday by The White Printing Company Not Incorporated N. H. WHITE * SONS, Props, • •' Crosbyton, Texaa> P. E. WHITE, Editor "sW®- i H& Subscription $1.00 per Year Single Copy 5c. "Entered as second-class matter Jan- uary 14, 1909, at the post office at Under the Act of Advertising Kates . Fiill page display ad. $12.50 per week. Half page " " 7.00 per" week. , Less than one-half page 20c per inch -"T each insertion. Locals and readers 10c per line each insertion. No display advertising on first page. When ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

: '•>. \ • •, rji •' ■ rrr^' •• v • ~ ■ •- --- ^ . -- •. -•■-.■ _ • • / . ,■ . ? '..J"' - .„., '' I'll lWj ,--^-—-- —~ •• „,<.• — ; ; --.-•.■••■;• ,.., . n.i^„|Vr; ^,,0-;,- feciTf^,,... .,., ..^,...:; ... v:. $*.- p 'M*S tfc2„ lliiH -m , '":"'.X '! pP> -e oman iflra. iiaiinte 1. ®H0ite.. eWtor Words Of Cheer For The f Girt Who Is Plain ■1 I wonder how many girls have fretted their hearts out because beauty has been denied them. If you are plain the quickest way to rn^e yourself plainer is bv fretting and discontent. Of course it is nice to be pret- tv —no one can deny that, but if you are not, the best thing to do is make the best of such good ] joks as you have. Be a wise girl and say to your- self, J;I am.not pretty, now what can I do to ma-ke people forget mv lack of beauty? What are my best qualities and what can I do to make myself loved?" In the first place try to be sun- .ny-teMpered; a frown on a p ain face i- a distressing sight. Think of others and' their likes an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

1 ||" 1 ' ' •' ItlMtei'P'i | 'liyfiV ' if • ■. ■■■■■■ , fe'-''' PflBpi, feftS ■•■'. ■ Mi':*! .. , ■ •: ■ ,. .--.-u—«•-? ,v . He 5 Buried Brother Shoots Little Follow, Then Puts Htm In Grave-Little Victim Pleads H H MM* Modesto, .Cat. July 13.—That ttle 6-year old Theodore Hopkins ras buried alive in sand by his eld. brother Ceeel, or .^Pp^t1> as he is called after having been hit on the head -and shot in the back with a shot- gun now develops from the com- fepll; 'S&T g&mi life rv' - W- s jfe&: w:-. fe. A plete confession of the boy mur dered made by Sheriff Dingley this morning. Accoding to the story told by Frank to Sheriff Dingley and Coroner Bowker in answer to their questions, the deed was the result of a qurrel between the youngest over a of breard. The two boys, being home alone on Wednesday became hungry and went to the , Jjouse for food at about 4 o'clock The elder one cut some bread, to read the butter on his own ece. A Scuffle ensued, fol- lowing in which F...

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