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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 August 1909

BR KMsl - *..>■'■. '".^ ' ■%■*■.■— -f—rt-t r" -. ' ' - ■-...: .A.-.. /_i L —r—~-r—r-- -■, • -l. ■ '" ■■ ^ ' " *" •'• - " '' -'. ■ - *• '■'■ ■.' 7l^r?b0::-b;:.jf-/■>? J1 ■■ ' ■ ■ ' :v • t• •' •^: ** - t . ' r,' : „ ~tJ- "•> -' ' '•' /.,.:, yn.v ■ ■ ■•_■ ;V;."'V'Vn'--' '' "; I*" *• . W. , ' .jjU, <' i .. mmma •/ 1 'l ! $208,000 Land Deal in somehow be or into the patriotic CR OSBYTON & One-third Interest in 17,712 Acres Transferred, Including live Stock aud Implements _.... Plain view., Texas, Aug 16. — The largest cash transaction ever pull off in Hale county has just been closed by Harp & Wilkins* of Plainview, who^have convey- . ed a one third interest in 17,712 acres of land and the implements and stock on it. The land is four leagues in a body, situated twelve miles south east of Plainview, on the line of Hale and Floyd counties. The land was valued at $20 per acre, and the sale included 200 head of work horses, seventy-five head of stock horses, 1,000 two- ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 August 1909

. ■. ' * *s<B^|6|ME3g58elW p: A—,;--: ■ . $-&*£:< . —— jfir iltTO'^'IS'^Pry "" - • ■ .j,~:li+£... M C/l ^"i',''-i~-,K '• ' - '/ ?. ^.u--..•:.*atoi,..i. -.,:-■■>■,^.. A,.V- •.,-AV-^.i-v-^-•; «■;- -,- -• ■• i ^ I I M iff* pifi * ' ' ' li ES^!S$5*' HH j&ftBgteiHawa "msm is#®' &Mr m . M wftfrt "• ({• r-,*--a '■ j* ~ ! — Hil®, >■ ' Hi® ■to K| mm ian M. Bassett, Manager ■* P. 0. Addr*M, Crosby ton, Crosby Co., TEXAS . ft* ppSS _ ,Tv''.' mmmmrn .: ■■•''=--^-- rv ",vV ' '>''" '.') • fi "■ ".*>', ■ '/ 'j •' '. ikx'. ...7_;::^-t-.-~0- ^~i ~ r."^ "S"'W1 ' ilffigg BREEDERS AND DEALERS M HIGH GRADE RANGE CATTLE OWNERS OF -N- FARM LANDS Northern Office I3'2<i Stock Kxchaugc Bldg. CITICAGO, ILLINOIS ■ .'•■! • Mr 4> 11 # & 1 ■. \ Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and including Blanco Canor. ^ tAWtud. 2800 to 3000 feet ~ . Annttal rainfall over 22.6 mostly in the spring and summer. Adapted;to Stock .Farming, Corn, Wheat. Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit...

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

4< * J ■'."' ,*$!• •* >'".'' i ',.. School Opens Monday. Start M lis P!fllPfirn'?WQQStilf. ■ HiMri felM . jfflf '■ 'f ''"'■ " -'V ' ! 1 ■■;:-«■■- ■ a«ai fefa,fe ':i BRs wysSft-;\aMfljL v>^ l^^asSSmSH^ y ^'"llffiiiln"' A Newspaper For The Whole People Of The South Plains Of Texas. GROSBYTOR, CROSBY-COUNTY; TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1900. vr'. >%M NO. 34. *• JIM**- ._* ,4 H fiiy* £$ .'•■ ■' *! ' :,v . B3m i illL' i ^feiCV W«A 1 '■ Our First Duty Is, Educate The Children—CrosbytonQffers- The Best Advantages jt> Our public school opens Mon- day, and it is well for us all to fall in line for the building of one of the greatest schools on the plains in grand old Crosby coun- ty. The first duty we owe our children is.an education, and it is worth our while to see that 'the ~ni)dren start right and keep right all through the nine months of school. Prof. Cannon, as we lit'.have often said before is one of the foremost educators.in Texas, lathers did not have all of them, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 September 1909

.....Ui.li>..'. . 4——'—• * ' HHM^ V • : ' .:' . " ^ Nti"1 •:::" -,:zr 6 -. jiAtaptf • Jgfrgffn-ypffft' 11 <§> —— ■v.. Imk ;v1 '■■'■ -V A A A >V SSSifB < '■ ■ i— ^*."^;> •Jtevw--- ! "' ■ •m'SSH ■■ ' ' ... «✓..•■••> •*> ,• mwws! SKwfm«fav.mtfwiJ ri«.>4ii• '■ '.-r ■ ",•■ ■, .'tsmm Dealer In everything for household, farm, ranch and trail. Slifi" mm*: S OXFORD SHOES id^Swmmer Sale >7,^*T**r r W'* f§pf| ": Biffin Beginning Monday Aug. I6th., we will sell our stock of """ ^ _ ,. ; - — , • Ulens, Ladies' and Ghildrens Oxford Shoes At 25 per cent off the former prices. i DRY GOODS GOODS dry goods Calicoes 6 l-2c, Red Seal ams 10c, Amoskeag Dress Ginghams 12 l-2c Straw Hats at Reduced Prices Store CROSBYTON, Near center of Crosby County TEXAS _SM Are Consumers Overcharged? In many respects this season is proving to be one of the most fortunate in the yields of its crops, and the supply of the farm product. Yet an increase 7cost of, living, so Tar as determin- ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 September 1909

•VVfr^wS^r* ' "**■ SSBST^ :sss^x: -m ' '*<fjf*?\ W jrtfj *%#,**., -p MMHMKBftflBl f®Wf« 3RRK £>;<• ■ ■ ..'...' •' ' ' '. ■>' - '•*'•' ' '■ ",A" ' '1 ywS iPP8i M 'J, ^(SfS WtWiW' gOratS ' : v .■ ■;:' A *• .. ►;-«;■ '• fe ••;(>'? . • ".a' , ■.• h ■ ■.!' n . | , D . 5SSHfrfy'v!^TwT^SS8S!! CONVICT NO. 3479 "....Directory..., 'frv -.: ,v . 91. per inch per month. ru#v. ^ LLOYD A. WICKS Attorncy-at-Law Abstracting «n leneral Practice. Land Transfers a Specialty Crosbyton, HUGH METCALFE Lawyer and Abstracter Land and Estate Litigation a ■li- ' 'SWMm ■ m, ■•<" y-M m i R-«. W$ J|^,... (ContindiW from first page.) I in# interest. He has been whip- ® :; ped in prison. H6 has escaped three times; and spent two years in dodging the police of two countries. And when, having ffnaHys^lrv^d histfirie and he was released, this man was cast out upon the world with $5, a.suit of clothe? and transportation to Fort Worth, a man without ai trade, without the youth he had when he entered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 September 1909

pHnMMHM Wmm JsMt. • •? ?jw $ '''l"*1"*!' ."i HRH WBSSIfo'S V''"':^ * ''■' • > WNN *P Wff-W :'r . a- " ti'.v t MTTJS s true. Some eyeglasses magnify so strong as to strain THY OUR OPTICIAN and you'll get just the glasses t make seeing easy and natu*^ THE EXAMINATION IS B& vyhcthw you requirte glasses or net;—Better take jtr ho that DRUGS AND JEWELRY now Plainview, Eyes Heed It, To A Certainty tame —— Published every Thursday by e White Printing Company Not Incorporated H. WHITE A SONS, Props, Crosbyton, Texas m; F. E. WHITE, .Editor pi^steic^' ■: " ' m irs^v: i, -1 *i:< i "it: Subscription $1.00 per Year Single Copy 5c. sS '«5 h4ifs: u M63T 5 1 ired as second-class matter Jan- im, at the post office at jyton. Texas, under the Act of UPVIPW hair combed in the most becom- ' in#-*tyle—tha w&y he likes to see you wear it. Do you not wish to always keep your hus- band your lover? Do you not wibh him never to regret chioce he made and'always to think you the most charming: of...

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

' Sipt ...d ill HflsS •—- ysap.'/:*!;,: •■ ," ? wm$&4 ... —."; W ■-.' ==-==-— -7>f};^ „— Olv£* W. BAIN, Geo. M. Hill of Lubbock, was ugl Crosbyton, Saturday night re- ^ turning to Lubbock Sunday. fl j.-vP. English, of Cone wa in Crnahyton Saturday and savB that he is suprised at the contin- ual developments here. E. M- English was among the visitors from Cone in the City I Saturday and he is well pleased with the town of Crosbyton and Esays he will come more often in ie furture. ~ Mr. Edgar Allen of Emma, in isompany witn Mr. Botts, were in | Crosbyton Friday. ' They were m looking over the town and shak- ing hands with friends. Messrs. Bailey, and Matthews of-Petersburg were in Crosbyton Tuesday and Wednesday, looking 1 over some business matters. J. W, Spann and others spent Plainview Company Dealers in Buggies, Surries, harness--Barbed and Smooth Wire Field Fence, Poultry Netting, WindMills, Pipe and: Pipe/ Fittings*. Builders Hardware, Binder Twine, Stoves and Ranges. LET...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 September 1909

W3&w$$t ■■ wsiflflhMte mm -K M -is --■ • " :' '■- -V.- • i ■p^ggS* t r.*v* ■ ■'■■-■--- WIB^^'ilWWWW *rzr^ ■l..,. _, •=*^:ci. :■.. r —>.' . ■■■ • L .r* •> ■ a ^ r. as through the door the child T WiiifnpfOJ' }M! * V4.4,^4.4 4>4 ^4>.4 «Hw « I first came You have no right to close the door of your heart or home while that child livjBa, for hi auch *n actyou may close the door of his or her reform. It is your " first, "to earth. p M~*~ issm'' * ! * The Parent's First Duty to Child. wsmsL- Jie quired a taste for drink an^ couraged the kind of companion- ship which such a taste naturally leads a man to seelc. lliiKL .it hio Mio^oAo led him lillM WM: ,.M " "'M pfef'S m im,' ,T™ to t|*e Work house l>ff'4I>e islan When he came out he sought his father's house. The mother was there to receive him. But the father said "No; he has dis- graced my name and he can never again enter my doors." So the boy went back to his old companions, and again reach- the work house. The fat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 September 1909

wiw >; ."T1"' • '* "' ^T,v+r <«***■* ■i •amJfr*''* '• •" * "-',; ',-k * w> ' "■ - :rM ' W" . . ■'...: ' Mother Jones Would V''\ Taft From Diaz. Sail Antonio, Aug. 24. — At last ' night's meetlhg, Mother Jones said she would go to El Paso to prevent the meeting of presidents Taft and Diaz. - How I: sjie would prevent this she did nbt say. She said that she did not want Taft to hobnob with a nke Diaz. ! ~ ffiilslil Hi MSG i .< 11&9R( "J?1 :: •■■■■■ • mmmm w mw fmi^een ***** *#n*« ' .if -tiw f'T^f v:~-r-.ia :"3'1 , - "" v- * ' *;.*• . * " v-i- w. t .• Z 2? ■ ,■'••«, •• are cal numhferfr in the pi thek^omposition was e to Sir had' been engaged at TON in collecttftg^Mfelodies of Narl- ou8 Nationatr and in tioft was a musical com called A Sicilian the words: "To the home of my childhood in re- sentence Agitators. Honolulu, Aug. 21.—Ten moriths' irriprisonment and a fine of $3000^aelr was the sentance imposed today by Judge J. T. Debolt on presieent Makino of the Japanese H...

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

!* (*¥ • /• • •*# :> • •' ' .. If X'... Mb ™ IP .■•WJJ! a J _ ■ 'wuwu . H • * «ri' 8™®5S™SElSii aCHr "': "*> id#-i .; ;|J|S : ■ - - —7— ^-r-'-r - --*rr—-—^-rr— - WMM*;**wW*V.-'• :,V>v. M! r<> m&m HH ^f#3&iiMffiaiag®i. BWininiiTBTriffra'iB jnir^ ill fWgW-T.CT.W ,'" '>• > '; K&j wS! StlS om 1—r -•< >; aH6^P^s| | tan M. Bassett Manager Northern Office Bldgr. t CHICAGO, I L L I N Q 1 S CATTLE vV''-:H •* P. 0. Address .... • vJ * r , Crosbyton, Crosby Co , TEXAS OWNERS OF N FARM LANDS v>* p i«EB '■■' mmm* ■ir ■W^'r!; fflii ,' 1 |V." ro-Mkv,. . ■ LTi.BVtginaralSBri-r-1- -n ': '■ • , ' slsfe^ v v . ^''■•'-• Plains and Valley Lands on both pides of and including Bianco Canon Altitude 2800 to 8000 feet. :'"v Annual rainfall over 22.6 inches mostly in the spring and summer. Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit, Cottonr - ■ '~S- Cotton yields one-half to three-fourths bale to acre. No weevils here. A first-class Cotto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

* II ijHBffi'" tfrwli -t *'&■' ITlliliPffii'llWi'*' iripmnnnni*■ 'iW*■■ ''* • LL -*"• w. < ■. ,-r* —- JM-™ . .'■* " .- '■' '■ ''■■ ' '• , ■' ■> • ■mibi^B IB ■■ hbb .■■■ . ■ . '.-;.>"".-*^f - , ■: > (■v5^*r S WM A Nmmwr Far The Wbolt Ptopl* Of Tlw Snath Plains Of Taxa*. ss ' CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,1909. NO. 351 nil High School Opened Monday Vpl# 4 ^fe,; IpI*' Life. Canyon City Gets West Texas Normal Announcement Made In Austin By BoaaLAppfltatedJfo Se* lect Location * Austin, Tex., Sept. 2. - The committee to locate the West Texas Normal today gave that institution to Canyon City over twenty-seven competitors. In making the choice the committee tfave opt a statement speaking of the wonderful advantages and growth of the western portion of the State, recommending that the next Legislature establish two well equipped institutions of learning wes*: of the ninety- eighth meridian, and announcing the State Board of Education favored one scho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

.■ + «*>***- ~ ■■ -runmr airlrrrj „vijtij| rah %j EvSpW mmmmmmmmmnuammmm I 4i6S!iiSWB®^$SBlSZ!^Ms6H Ef pa a Su4l<"f|tV a mer- autiful home, worth hav- "h working for, had a >fcion of the chief char- of a happy house in is breezy, cheery, t and sympathetic; ife sings in her heart. over her puddings and mending bas- ket, counts the hours until he re* -and renew# her igf^utfr'fo the security she zfeefc oj®|i appreciation and admir- Jttion. You may - think it weak -• or childish, If you please, bdt it if the admired wife who hears and receives ra |§1 words of praise smiles of commendation, whq is ^feapable,' discreet and executive, ave if iv,v._ *— m e nave seen a self-distrusting little body fairy i bloom into a strong, self-reliant womanhood under the tonic and the cordial of companionship , with a husband who really went out of his way to find occasion showing hei* how fully he trus- ted"tter judgment, and how ten- derly he deferred to her opin- ion. In home life there shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

. vV:*- «****•> ■•''■tfktli} '& t r'A^-y:' ;'. <l-: ■■:■/". '.. ; ' }.' ' f:; ■Tm*, _ '.... ■,' t—■ ." - *v ■ ■■———1— ■■—■— • - . .. . • l. . -. ,r.. •' ' ' " V '"•t -3~~ .. ..... -y. ■" f' *■! -- ; '* ipf ,.n, ■■.■>.... : •> gSHffi .' -- "' MSr" ■ mm —— TSm BIL® 7;^/?. •-'£ v", ••'■rf''' gSlBILw SllilP •■ a jri C ill ^"■iV.'.'tf.'l'-.'' •■• *.'. • ;\ ' Wt'sm '^pa $# #T: IB- & r"-'- :k OS BY TON '^7 & Blacksmith Shop Fully equipped with up-to-date appliances for FIRST CLASS work* in ALL branches. Workmanship and Material Second to None Facilites for handling EVERY THING from Automobile or Implement to the ROUGHEST Mule. BRING YOUR WORK OE ANY CHARACTER it will be done well in Connection If goodness paid cash dividends there wouldn't be room on the ground floor for aft who would want to reform. CROSBYTON T E X A S J W. HA I N, President piainview Hardware & Implement Company Agriculture Implements, Dealers in Peter Schultes Wagons, Spring Wagons, Buggies, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

impr' 'TT -WW ~r*>. • • „ m«: m w Sisifei ■■■■WNW*8lliiSliSW*W|Wtll®WW#8NW ^H "'• - ' r-t? -^^—7 !•'- (.'.• '' ' 'W i' iV^muu^nuwi i.t a% •«. -ijaa Lgiiiii /i^'w #11 vwt BK^Sa ' v;r;„7"-. 1 "T ", —~r^i: Sill - - , f"1 '"* - *y > •- -•■ r-r* w Wtywarn i 4r—^ - V ' r T- ^ " ft**#*#*)# f ^ ■ f{ j ai8EC<jE">7tj«k'>tf'ST better ways true. Some eyeglasses magnify so strong as to strain whether you require glasses or not. Better take it, ho that y• ■T.Tact-'affi ft^jahtxxai 1 * * ..-rS^r^jTZZ,^--!^Xfr. DRUGS AND JEWELRY Plainview, Need It, ToA Certainty ■' :■. .. Published every Thursday by The While Printing Company Mot lucnrpofNKi - •—— H. WHITE 4k SONS, Props, Crosbyton, Texas :.: ■ F. B. WHim Editor Subscription $1.00 per Y ear % Single Copy 5c. * _ I Entered'as second-class matter Jan- uary 14, 1909, at the post office at Crosbyton, Texas; under the Act of March 8,1: thing to be appreciated by. all the county, as well as out siders. Advertising Kates Full page display a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

■HHVI • - ' *• V ' ' ' ■"' * "'^ |£z^Z~—'.. ;. v,.- ■■*. ~ ~ ■WE*, •' , v- Qm>' / ■ v.. .. ,.- - • - ' r ' \ Bp -'"."vr;..... ... p & *■ . . ' •, : Bb?j.''.' . v 1 ■ • ' */•• v* .. . ,'• ■■• ■■ - - | ... ..—'- ..• ; ' * ■ • ' • jt'y J|WV; \ ^ Br- t-' I 1' Hfer ■ m&r<^ jMv ■ I 1;>." mrj_ !#■ «-• . •■' '■ • ■• , ■ DRY We can please you ladies in this depart^ ment. A look and be CONVINCED. -k-* ,MflRRtSft SOWS, I CENTS _ _ ' I For the Large, Small, Young and. FLOYDADA, - - - TEXAS | Once a Customer, Always a Customer. "VJ ■ ',<i..' 'v « 'tv^jvv, ;,(r'iVW'T^-Wpr?- w,'/: * -■•- ■ - ^ ' Ur .fv/f1/." vC*Av w'-v'^v'; m,... ,.«,w.,, ni « .w ■-> )■> '!■' m . mm" ' <;"-'* ■"•'■ '""■"' MP'r/ji'lJl. ji1'- 'M;ii>.fl'jjj "UJ.in'i hj.u AWI.M!./ 'fi-k--.- ' t ;■ ' ;'.'' > ■ - . •'■ . .' -■ -.■ ^..V I.'■ ;v", Ijr** *« It MfMjnflTjl BSHft *urwfe SRH'i ■' -- ■ -g*" — •■J* !l\,r Local' and Personal Push! Boost! Get right with your town. —Greater Crosby ton 10000, 1911....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

<$ f m m;-m- ■■ m I 'v J^il >" m m m ; - — ■M#a^iSB£ Professional and Business wDirectory.,.. W.pjeriatfhpiirmuutb m m i'".'3 " ,'if rP * '* S*?j *fv • ft m of the with none LLOYD At WICKS Atlorncy-at-Law General Practice. Abstracting and Land Transfers a Specialty. Crosbyton, Texas df nature; an unfor- lay under the long bridge le courthouse Tuesday buried in bliss ** of the down w I m. : A citizen passing saw him, however; and went on a ran to " e courthouae to report, thfit a. in lay under the bridge Justice Dick Branton was sum- moned to8 conduct an inquest Mr ' over the body, and in company: with several others immediately departed upon his mission. A-pparently dead, the man was discovered, but a shake or two brought him out of the clouds With a silvery lining back to grim earth again, and the justice hied himself back to his office in the temple of justice, amid the pat- ter of the rain drops. - Fort Worth Record. *- „ ■:;.■■■ i.-. I • L. 1 wish to say to the ladies of C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

Ii:y , nniiiii i imrr * - JraRiS ";~v %• V *7' ' L:^vS v ■" was •i',;; ',.f vt'-v-j-'v *■''' --v v ' ' : "« ->r- - ■Nt^OTfe w f' ■ ; /-V* ... -s.vr.^'.'-. " 'r I... | , . • '■ i«m.-)t W P IwiSBfl K ■iSM ™,". agL^yt. « j ,A i<...n..rlJSafc.' T ' fcffl mu Dealer in everything for household, farm, ranch and trail Mi '*':9 ■Jfi <& Mid-Summer Sale OXFORD 25 >. •** ■ • •V'-'"' Beginning Monday Aug. 16th., we will sell our stock of Mens, Ladies' and Chidrens Oxfords Shoes At 25 per cent off the former prices. DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS Calicoes 6 l=2c, Red Seal Ginghams 1.0c, Arhoskeag Dress Ginghams 12 l-2c Straw Hats at Reduced Prices CROSBYTON, Near center of Crosby County <&<$xS>3><$ . TEXAS V ® W . .V ■:ri. . ''-M (i *3bm . ■ - . I| -k I •' I I 1'A14 I Election Notice Be It Orderkd by the Board (if Trustees of Crosbyton Independent &ehool District that an election be held at the School House in the town of Crosby ton, in said Crosby ton Indepe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 September 1909

lllpl B m fmm •as -rr——- .00 rsoh guessing the nearest our stoae and registering their srueaa to the 8w# TO OCTOBER 1st INCtUSIVE. ."' 'lllilll'H i" '.*"*i1'1'"1* "wmwamu u.pwraarwHlW<iij.'>< KW&-.- Wi' ilsii Rmhsm ill j1.—ll.jjh— er 10 yeara of age are entitled.to one "" "guess only. All guesses must be regTsTefgirtn ptfiauu. -IfiBter we have a beautiful line of Furniture and hugs, which the f public are invited to view without obligation to purchase. & SONS, FLOYDADA, TEXAS [U ■ • 'f Mill mm The bounty of nature will leave the farmers and other ultimate consumers little time or disposi- brood over the shdrt com- ings &{ the new tariff. If vthe TRfti ■$Mw eraltTespprnsf expectations;— ther Augifotfc Ligon We have Pipkin Land Company Abernathy, Tex. some real bargains In (Farm, Ranch, town property. Prices from $14.00 up. railroad is here and land is going fast. LAND BARGAINS I I X.aftS3~from $15 to $40-per acre in Hale, Crosby, and Lubbock counties heart cf the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 September 1909

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 September 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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