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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

rW® HKSRH DMM - ■,. ^ ^-r fmmSm: bmrI % #«« «-•'r*t "^T iHMhaMi u.. < £*'? ■ ■ ^r -'I:* ' '^<v'"■ - ■ "■'<■■ ' V'?/ I" - iS2« *? i MBi •' ':*'-\ Jfe'+UK A - . .- ■.;.'.. (•??"/. iHr i:. . E:> Dealer in everything for the household, farm, ranch and trail. ■ •v,':.'. y - *Xl teH yp« ' 10 Hi f ., . —"—;— " • . • ;-" ' , - - - -—• *-- — -•.-- -— ■... .-r——r- .. • ■ y-- ;' .'« a ■'"■■ * "!■'''' "'V / % ' °* the Crosby ton Supply Store are recognized 1>y its patrons/ but thuiwgg^ X #r c.a*ered as extensively towomen as it intends to in the future. Purchases f of over .$4,000 in dry goods, notions, Etc., have recently been made with the greatest ^care in the Chicago markets '**' * " ••■ - - .. . .-■■■■-* ' r-fl & largest importers and manufacturers and are a reproduction here of Chicago's styles and <L |> retaH stpcks. The prices on all these goods will compare favorably with eastern markets. ^ Crosbyton Supply Store aims to become popular with the women of -A- % '...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 July 1909

mm ill iH I ■'^" ■■' . I' 0 ' 'ppw ■ f - - -s .U~v - -, - - -■■•■-1>- . :. - r -. sauna a.-;.: p pt 1 *1 1MtK\ t':v: ti^gy w IBlil JffliS .. -. ":/:* Ml ; ■- • ,J« '■ ,i^'/T PP ■■■-, _,i •'.•'^V -r: 7^%*=Srsr" W ^vV1;>'.:' IN CROSBY AND DfCKENS e &;■. *• 8 Or Over . .. j *M«|sss^^sS ihfr .. . .j to 3200 feet ,.,. , -;.x^ I over 24 inches, mostly in the spring antf; summer. and Including Blanco.Canon. |§§ p|§p p |p , ' >-A. -*•«& >•«' V>'/ ■,.:;}'-^yiA4kk&.',\ '.,. u..'?> V-...- .^ -'■■ N-v'-W: '.• V1-1' ■>' '"/'$%'■•■■ Adapted to ^Jtock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats,' Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, 1E11P * -• : . V i:' ~''': ■ ""' .<■' V,- ■-_ ; jflps iPllil r«i: on yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevil® Jjere. ■■■..■•' ^ p fWmfH#:^Pwfi ' *£&* -v. : ■ ;v ■ •n Gin is in operation on the Crosby County tract , miiijii ■ urn ii are free from * 1 This range includes the Silver falls in Whiter River, fed by never Ming springs. Thirteen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

&• *33 ■> m ■m ©•I ; > i m llif-' '' '• ■--t4 ■•V" \ A Newspaper For The Whole People Of The South Plains Qflexi Pr m It; VOL 1. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 29, IOCS' V 1. : ■ '5 ' No More Chickens SSW The "Coon" Chickens In fort Wort Out Of AIL Danger~~Their Longing Satisfied m,. Pis'. I Ife'' U'?-K ' l)§$v m There is, a young buck negro in Fort Worth who, although in fairly good health took an oath Thursday-morning at the police station to forever forego his in- herent taste for chicken and othr - er fowl. A—big. .bald-headed American eagle which a year ago . soared in the West Texas alti- tudes. but which has lately dec- orated the back yard of a promi- nent livestock commission man s residence on the south side, is the cause of the negro's rash resolu-1 tion. Wednesday night the bird of in- dependence went to roost on the back fertce and, tucking its head under one wing, prepared for a nitfht of uninterrupted slumber. But the negro happened to pass ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

HHll ... mm i =f fkMzm And Mire ■: !•■■ :j - f'.-. ■ ... ■•■( /^V .'<'#11 ■ mm* : mm m & s for r •oy- material. ■> •'-• mm at;!t. We made of sheet Sife r> ¥' ill k| plain view, texas MffiWZ#- 0. .'t■>] ' •'' V:/ —r— raai s'-vv "..., jptl '/ hl-hv W / BSlMj #>;.... i'*— * • ■'■■■ ' . ■ 't any chance for toaecureany J reduction on the necessities of life. If the parties don, t take a tumble, their disregard of the rights of the people will so dis- gustthe rank and file that, one or the other of the^two great parties will enter upon its disso- lution. The necessities of life are becoming dearer day by day and thus the purchasing po wer of a dollar is dwindling. Of course if the, people refuse to reduke the unfaithful servants they are to blame and must bear the conse- quence.'—Cleburne Enterprise. If the "old parties" can not do better than add year by year to ■ siii ■L • ^ •vr.v f fsm r.-'' m TTTTTTTT^TT r— A-;f« E, M. WALLING 1. W. CRAWFORD, JR. ti Lockney, Texas ~...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

.Via. Sffi; W5r: fife ter.-.- pr;; IB) Jrr kv. fc KM, P.. fe:£.. ?;■ P'iVv; , . -,/W .:■ . • i1 • ••••• / '. 4,Wi> . ,/;*/,• JULIAN 1ft. BASSETT, f' "" $4. - ^Manager; References: , Amarillo Nat." Bank Nat. Bank of Commerce, Amarillo, Texas! a m 1183®^. iWl,k:S IliSSf > .V >•• •'<-.• w/nV'-*." "t*"-•. ' M::*r ^ • ' „,>l' B AS ' .1 -r .• TX kAi D CQ M FA N Y "■■ ' ; AGENTS FOR - 1' - "J C B LIVE STOCK COMPANY'S --N-- RANCH LANDS IN CROSBY AND DICKENS COUNTIES, TEXAS. Plains and C non Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon. Altitude 2800 to 3200 feet. Annual rainfall over 24 inches, mostly in the spring and summer. ~ Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, Cotton. ■■■'•— - . " Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acrc. No weevils here. A first-class Cotton Gin is in operation on the Crosby County tract. Hogs thrive, and are free from disease. This range includes the Silver falls in White River, fed by never failing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

m .JP,. s&isa 10 v-; m SBMR WTO®* MIPHBhh 0-?5c feii, 1-V '^1 1 r——- ■.' i >;- [wii:A L II pp .< —T" ^ ■ ny Not Incorporated 1 "HITE A SONS* Prop*, i • Texas P. E, WHITE. Editor ' -■'■■- ; 1 ion $1.00 per Year raon $i.uu pei ngle Copy 6c. aaMcond-claaa matter Jan- 1909, at the post office at Texas, under the Act of 879. rajfe ' Advertising Rates Full page display ad. $12.60 per week. Half page K 7.00 per week. Less thanone-half page 20c per inch -r— eaeh iiwertipn. Locals and readers 10c § :■' Der line each insertion. Eg&i S <tt(B4«y advertising on flset page, en time is not specified all advertis- matter ..will be run untfT Pot and charged for accordingly Hb NOTICE Any erren O THE PUBLIC. the Auy erroneous reflection upon character, standing or reputation of •asr Derson. firm or corporation which . in the columns, of the be gladly corrected upon " to the attention of the SMS llll L its own way will sacrifice the negroes—and the whites, too for that matter — for pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

iispa ■ «X:S i ^BsrS '•'••" v j^p m&m a' ••. -■. ** iivBr*( i - oman s J*W. iianuit 1, Wbitt. Cbitor llLs; Look well to the teeth of the little ones. Charcoal and tincture of myrrh are very beneficial to the teeth of the young, and both aie easily procured at any drug store. i Children's stockings often require a lot of darning. For mending very bad holes at the knees and heels a piece of net will be found of great service. Lay Baked Rice Pudding One-half-cupful of rice, three- quart of a pint of milk, one-half cupful of sugar, four eggs; "four apples, peeled, cored and stowed. Boil the rice in the milk until Re- duced to a pulp. Beat vigorous- ly into the apple sauce and sugar i arrived in Es- song lii.r'jiv1 Jy "! do" too late for their service. We started for Emma being detained some con- siderable time on account of rain, we arrived in Emma where we were royalljrentertained by Mr. and Mrs. Shell and Mk Troy McDermett. While there we had -a very hard rain, after the rain ".-w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

IP- IB mwwmmm r ' /' ■ w -- i ? if,H fc^ 'v,, t :*1 L2;.v!tr.l:>'-/.'.. S- wwm WmMmk I MJBSK KM SiffiMil m^wKk,^ BHPffiR mmsm MSW0%mh ;-i"-:. ,>':v'':.■ .;;.V"VV--: '-V:' ' mBm Mffi * mm mmm lEiuiiiffl b::v ijuii §*$0® a h to the Association i to more carefully rye sanitary laws-, but each municipality, through a proper skilled offier should insist on all manue, jjjemg burned twie a week would greatly diminish the fly crops and remove one source of J contamination. The follwing recommendation si®?™! at San Angelo yester- ni time requited for ft . generation—from egg to dult-is ten days, and in this climate at least twelve or fifteen generations in the course of a summer. As each female lays P&) to 1,000 eggs in the a season, her descend- ants ; shot* kHheyalBive tjone in the" course «f ^are cu„ed from bulletins of the ^ Chicago board of health, are re suectfullysubmited: i "Don't allowed flies in your M^Wrn.up into JbruFes beyond-com , prehension,of the human mind- • ■' .....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

■r— ifd " "•/; tiifl T& m m' Wt^mm 1 mmzv "•••' HpP) Hi F^EErowHMGiFi I t V1,'Vi .. Mi#, :, r r," —- " ,-,.... 'V Sg'iy ' ift~: Wiv, \.... A First-Class ■ jS,-- "a." •- im*. .«.. u "■«■ ••'" I ■ I ■-. '•■'■ "•■■( —«T guarantee satisfaction. Paper. Get out prices • ' • ■ V-.. . '': ' ;.: :.,• ;«E Wall und-Jeweler •if^v ; •' . • „•■ "T $4 The largest stock on the Plains. Drugs and Jewelry its hm ■:; ®S1 PLAINVIEW, TE il- ., Discussing the proposed Amendments In the Mertens case, the Sup- reme Court held that there is no constitutional warrant for the school districts and thereby in- validated about forty indepen- than three hundred common school districts that embraced territory in two or more counties. The Constitution* authorizes the "formation of school districts within all or any of the counties of the State/' and school dis- tricts may therefore be organ- ized in any portion of a county. on account of bad roads, impas- sable streams, mountains, or other local conditions. No v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 29 July 1909

"«■- \' ■ it:,v flrrT ir^T"T*T - 'jf- . V '' . 'I,:*1*"*1. if f '*y. J. i .■. yl^'i 4ra mmm i m ?BOS n mm m W&£$' '' wmsmxM Kwlil «i#V- . S®i®$ ;es!pr raSHH J$Wj m SMS? mm^ V<'> .,' r ' ,'j < ' / * ' . . • Ha } . a. •, ' • 'r i -M. ' ®|1 , Tex;, July. —Never of this town has such activity in sub- ing. .^■•■^A; - 4i- National Bank HIPngDUbhed rapidly This building is over $100,000, is three and built of rein- j®*|PII|M every respect. , The lower story will be occupied by the bank The lower story ^^Kg^lpp'^eeupied. by the bank and §5y the upper stones by the most up* te hotel on the Plains, ark began last week on the opera house. This is to w lisp i-M'J m&v^: ;v coat $25,000, and is to be built of , -■ concretete. ._ .jorerr 6^_ ;. ^TheWayland Technical' Insitute (Baptist) is being erected of rein- forced concrete and is to cost Imm. Harp & Wilkin have begun the erection of a two story brick with a large stock o: Dr. J. W. Grant will begin-in a few days the erecti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

ntfe1. MPP sM .-.-JWMM'! fte. ■■*:■: ii' , • • ' V- •>' f '<1 M, Crosbyton Men Make Trip Over The Plains }«I mmm. ' —V' iv Wiim!* H"".' ., .--I TO '■"■"■ "'"■"■'■'i ' >'W' ■ •■( #111 MR#JB w-/v -,'• "T5W ;■' . C- 114 K ' , - wjjww A Newspaper For Tha Of TlNSoutlPlalmOfTixM. — •• S, THURSDAY, AUGUSt 5,1909. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY Three The afternoon we made a fast trip to Post City, the city with- out an equal in the west, the city that has the most beautiful and uniform buildings and ateets,the .,____ __ i:ilii^r*v ■ ■_. citv that h*. th. v™. 1W«H dt mm W Marf Miller Leads to Aft ~ investigation. On S5.0b0 Bond Cj £Z *+■><■>>> Visit the Liveliest Cities on The South Plains and Find Them ail Fastly Growing Julian M. Bassett, President of the First Starte Bank of Cros- byton. and Vice-President and General Manager for the C B Live Stack Company; W. D, ' Petzel, Cashier of the First State Bank; J. C. Johnson, General Manager of the Crosb.vtoh Sup- ply Store; H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

STW KTT ■WW *r ■SPP I '■'■ 7T^ ~7- MMHSK; ; :^;-'-:7:-:"': .-'\: r, .^7.,;...,. JBfrlip JJHJ i'WW* '■ i- ■■• ' -•■ '"• -.-■ ■"■■ .slmin #r ••sv ■ . .7$ i a..v — . ,....'.. iEfcfca-.« WpiWi 5 ' ,.:l.'. ppppnffi in ';;. '-'V MM WBwki I .Mi jr.-1 ■■■ " ■ ,.'.. -T-^-" • • •••,..: -.v.; r—' 1 IsElBP&iS JKWPWJf Records for our Famous Phono- frora $22.00. to $60.00. The sweetest music, vocal instrumental, are included in the list. IF XOU pNED AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH, you could have a concert at home when ever you liked. Come and • listen to some of our selections rendered on the <JOOD PHONO- GHAPH and you'll decide to own one. DRUG$ AND JEWELRY Plainview, MM; MiSwl ipi mm . •Si Mi" Home-Owners for Texas day 8 thesettlers "of Star state were " poor with a capital consistng of what could be had ... between the confine of a Covered wagon or two, and a few head iiw Jm?:. p® f, ■■ IlSffi frr w whv mf: m bedding and medicines be sent ao soon aa^ossible. The mes- sage says tl^at - tents and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

; . , Str^'S *--r^ , J M«?! ;? <SS *-l,4_.W-tl;\,: f.Wvii ■ *V '' <- |||_a 1 l rf^' -' "' k ' ri - ■f v", '.:I«■ BMrnB ■v.,v,„ fWS rv'««i x, i: ' -J" •■■ i |'; ■ t V.A(yj'.* .. . .. , . Breeders and Dealers in weamxa mSB^WSSS} IBKdn&ef Northern Office ■ '■*r,-'7* '. r ^ ' # i .*"? Julian M. Bassett, v "Manager :r: P. 0. Addrean, .' ■ * "" Crosby ton, Crosby Co., TEXAS High Grade Range Cattle Owners of -N- Farm Lands 1326 Stock Exchange Bldg CHICAGO, FfJ t I ppsSSi • i'&d&WpA'- wffiM ' ' ' ' V " -k 11 and Dickens Counties J'l v . it si\, Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canon. Altitude 2800 to 3000 feet. Annual rainfall over 22.6 mostly in the spring and summer. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, Cotton. , . - Cotton yields 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 disease. '"'M m Mi" r©-...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

• , g-WWM.I— in v';, [0WS}-': W wmmmm mmmm' ~ — it fj H Bl ' '•«mm||MBM| ■PEH ii 'J' 0 * Not Incorporated £ A SONS, Props, ytofl, Texas ----. ¥. E. WHITE, Editor ii' 1.1 — tion $1.00 per Year Ion $1.00 per gle Copy 5c. second-class matter Jan 1909, at the post office at Texas, under the Act of constructed man or ■ •rJV"Ti Advertising •lay ad. 112. GO per w< 'kM" 7.00per i one-half page 20c per insertion. Local* and readers 10c e each insertion. advertising on first page, is not specified all advertis- * be run until ordered NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, erroneous reflection upon the racter, standing or reputation of person, Arm or corporation which r in the columns of the he gladly correefeied upon the attention of the 1 :■"" " 1 1 11 ' ' ■ ■■1 1 Four Issues One Month in all therfree raw materials we can to open up all the free Ameri- can workshops. We have got to have free raw material if we want to be a great manufacturing country/' said John W. Gates today, who returned from a three m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

; " ;• "■ " ' v-'V ifvis ■p1 j mP® ;-•/• ... --.. ' ■ Ar; '%&'< ' *1 Eft" ... v v, , - was in Monday on official busings; ! «?, Barney Johnson had business at the Hut? last Monday. Walter Snell, 4t Emma, was visiting in Crosbyton Sunday. I Bob Ivy and Miss Verna Ellison >ere visitors at the picnic' in Emma last Saturday. Misses Starr" and OTie Fr^ftmfl^T&re in gthma Saturday? ' •• • £•" :v; ■ptas y Troy McBepmett of Emma was visiting friends (?) in Crosbyton Sunday. . F. i. White and J. W. Spann took in; the picnic at Emma last week and report a fine timel John D. McDermett-was oyer to the county capitolMonday, on business. m S. H. Gunn, of Dickens City, was in Crosbyton Saturday and Sunday visiting hia daughter Mrs. Lloyd A, Wicks, For good lands at low price in ShaHow Water Belt, Soward, Bradford & Collier, Petersburg and Plainview, Texas. 2t Ben White and Harold Lindsay spent-Saturday on White river and killed a vfery large turtle and caught some fine fish. „ „„...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

ji in 5Mtmt. "; ;1 ~ -1- . " ife"' , ;%> yt'&A$hX wmm&M ■■BiRiPff 95!jra SS lp-«Wi |Ki itiM . . '; ' ' ■RWMlAfl -|i- ?.Bh |I||| ^W.pi^ ■ iMfiBiigii iS^iS®E!i§^ 1 ilfflilM iaMiife mim .v.-w <- .i s^PraS gp :.i :ijj|ti a - , :X.:.: .: . — 1 -. * V'.'wi.sfSf'ift;-',:1 v.;-; •mg*m HS&' ' .. . ' • ' ; - '' ■' -'I ,h„mxf. "v'rr"'--; r- v -. ■ '4 July 25.-With a %>av*hwtbwr- i; SS(jSft $j' • if* i«a waste of time lethem. Select ppn: out a . •and good brood sows, of V treat them right and pi will do the rest toward your bank account. wSmR$ $K ^wB mPNI RIM Until the supply of hogs to the ntry increases so as to the • there will not be any Hg^lPackera may now and then suc- ® ced in hammering down prices' v for a day or two, but the i law of mBM ilia supply and demand will regulate H in the long run and put prices up to where they should be. Hppj pun lm 'Sr ''^2 mm, Kaffir corn as a hog feed, is as- " being recognized; It Is one of ' the most economical hog feeds the, sect...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

-ap " SiM • '<' K> if^ MP* is h your se leip ber ;w4MW IT 1J|; We Handle Only Goods That Have QUALITY AND REPUTATION Both Count. We Can Please You PLAIVIEW DRUG CO. PLAIN VIEW, - TEXAS one resebud of your affection il worth more to her in life then a whole coffin lull when the hear has ceased to beat and the eyes are glazed in the unseeing stare of death.—Corpus Christi Caller* far*. J|ann(e I. WRbitr. Cbiter Fresh, clean water is import- ant with every animal on the farm in the summer time,, but above all others with the cows. Powdered soapstine sprinkled on the hands before hulking will make the operation pleasanter for both the cow and milker. Pi. JkK'\ ft:-1 J# m Careful feeding is better for the stock and better for the farmer, for it makes a profit for him at both ends, saving the food and bringing better gains in the stock. And §o for me there's no sting to death, And so for me the grave has last its victory; It is bat crossing, with a breath And while set face, a littl...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 5 August 1909

wm: H IKRH •'1 11 kI MM LLGOI ntinue 121$ti "*vrf-.rr?- - TEX A S BB& WMwi^ pmrn Are Healthy in Western Texas ~mmr: wit**** 0. J. Neill says West Texas is ttie ly—Raise Good Ones v ;• w&Mm m a * '*No country in the woiM csui nior0cheaply than West Texas/' said D. J. Neill, ident of the Farmers' Un* the other day*. The , or- lary hog diseases are practi- j^< H3r^unknown. \ l • have •• lived «P|g«g||6ww-i ,t... inJVest Texas sixteen years and heard of a hog dy- .jpffss eteflerif m the^etttire sec- t Pit's*-*-" 1 '. • ' •"* ' $llfc$§; ' EiWi tion. Because of the healthful condi- lSp>~ and fatten readily. The West )ta9 the advantage of a soil capa- —ble of producing a great variety of forage~^fopsy makiqg hogs highly profitable to the careful . feeder and manager. ''Take sorghum, for example: Hogs will eat the sorghum green or dry. In -Summer or fall sor- ghum is an excellent pasture and in winter the hogs will eat the tops and chew the sugar out of the stalks. Then there ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 August 1909

iSSrii WmSkwam a i" aBWWL HIKiiii KfS HR ,p; /M, 1M..; . .,. jg SLai 1OT8 P^N^^^BiLjica Twriar ;i ill •*$ •": Mft' A Newspaper for The Wholi Pgopli Of Tht South Plains 01 T«xa . , ' - - - ' . ' v-l;V. •'•• •• .. J£;,_ -S^iSS#IMP®™ VOL t. " ."**.' ,...J' '•;''V CR0SBYT0N, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST J2J909. « I ■ Jr p.. ■ Rfc'/ First State Bank Opened Monday It Is The One Institution That Will Add Many Advantages To Any Town The First State Bank of Cros- byton was opened Monday morn- ing for business and before night they had rolled up a long list of Deposits reaching in to the seve- ral thousands. - Fhe Bank will be a drawing card for the town and its managers are the best busi- ness men on the Plains, Mr. Jnlian Basset,t is tha ^President, while William!): Pezel stands pat H|| - at the window as Cashier. Xheie^le- —men have tresir "here for manyl^1 years and they have seen the!on*n^ will begin and as soon with the Stamford, Northwest- ern in this county, said road to be ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 12 August 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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