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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

ig&iilfc; j,;' M'i ■ : • - i : :■ -. ■ ■: * ■■:■ - . ' ' - :.r;:3 'if--,;.u'.V. • ■ >••,, ;W- WfiSkxm ta.K ■Wdmmgsfi pffpl'Sfi S'V A Newspaper For Tha Whol> Peopli Of Tht South Plains Of Tom. i asa ' v''.1.' ...J ' 1 VOL 2. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10,1910. Owners, Attention fferr Is The Way To Have Good Roads In Crosby County (Thip article appeared last Oct. 7th, in the Review, only a rew^flHy^ 'affcer the Bond issue in the county had been de- feated. Its facts based on figures, and is so plain that any one can follow it and figure fo£^pursel£.) Let's have just a word or two on this bondielection question and see what there is in it, so if it ever comes up again we can more infcellegently act, and if the bonds are really, what we want we can lay aside that mode of builing roads and construct them on some other -plan. In the first place the voters must not loose sight of the facts that we do want roads and lots of them. The law. says we must have on...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

mum ■ja. ifll 14 « 01 ch step §§$ i $3sS 8t There where rain h <s never tean know: ifwtaay -Jmat U Between to lower falls of u - T*J , - . > , the River,Nile' there is nothing to show that the soil has even blessed with a fall of rain. It is known as the dryest spot on earth and that not withoutreason. When a traveler tells the natives about the wonderful rain- storm^ he has seen elsewhere they immediately put him down •Ms a charter member of the Ani- nas club. They positively refuse to believe that the clouds can m jpsfe Gad-Abouts And Loafers. The girl that igives away to the desire to ..gad about the mm ! I ■ 111 i ■ tM; IS WsW. IflHggg Ife ' m*- m-x- ■v' W' ' - ©5k •, Bilk ' •! ■%. : Mg . , streets and cultivate tfte acq'uain- M- tence of young men is laying the Splfoundation of a useless life. Ten : to one, when she is' married she will developes slatternly gossip, if no greater misfortune befalls I her. It is the girl with good, . sound hard sense, the girl who loves hom...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

I nd ed ts, ken e Of Election The State of Texas, i County of Crosby. ) On this the 21st day of February A. D. 1910, this court being in regular session, came on to be considered the petition of J. O. Okerbloom and sixty- two other persons, praying that bonds be issued by safd 'Road District No. 2 of Crosby County, Texas, in the sum of six thousand ($6,000) dollars, bearing 5 1-2 percent rate of in^rest* maturing --twenty years frofn the date for the purpose of constructing, main- taining and operating macadamized, graveled or paved roads and turnpikes, or in aid thereof; And it appearing to the eourt that - said petition is signed by more than fifty of the resident property tax pay- ing voters of said Road District No. ? of Crosby County, Texas, and that the amount of bonds to be issued will not exceed; one-fourth of the assessed val- uation of the real property of such Road District No. 2 of Crosby County, ^Te*as.,— .. It is therefore considered and ordered by the court that an el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

pi ' vli Mu . ..Ml ■1 Him, ntnHi Mrtlii V >rr \ —- Lubbock < J*M J- Wv D. PETZEL. Cashier BA8SETT, Vfce-Preridwit "HP The Charter Has And Everything In Connection Hi In Fine Shape h: . yK CROSBYTON, TEXAS ...., Tfee Commercial Club of Lab- is an incorporation, under laws of the state of Texas. The charter members embrace practically all the business and • progessive ctizens of the town. It has taken-some time to ac- complish this step but the good m result from the move is : _ I:I IHH, Don. H, Big?, gers saw that this was one of the most important measures with regard of the continuation of the club work and he .proceeded in his usual indomitable style, with the above results. < *> Any person who has been in Sit" sii*---* * *"*' ' SW' ORGANIZED UNDER THE BANK GUARANTY FUND PLAN m wa J l touch with the commercial club HHmwk is awake to' its benefits. Tad it not been for the untiring |i l of the members of the Lubbock Commercial Club this town would not be able to boast ■i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

^':'ry'i ,' tit- ■: ■■y{-1V:r*': ••':'.r" 'v,;«-'■■"• T <"'• V>;\ .:> ■ V\V^1.. ■..%,£& ... ' \ r v..--:-: — #W • i .?■.<$ ffnwHoyaftfc 1 - Roads (Continued from page six.) ■ '• :'i'; •"'V' ' . ; ■ ' . [ . ! 4 ' ' they run to a marked extent. This increase is estimated by the most conservative at $2 an acre; and by the more enthusiastic at $9. All concede, however, that the increase is immediate and in- evitable. , Place the acreage of the rural portion of a county, therefore, at 200,000 acres and the increased valuation due to the construction of better high- ways at but $4.50 an ^cre, and it will be seen that the property holders whose land is to be thus Benefitted would gain not less than $900,000. So great an in- crease in the assessed valuation of a county would certainly seem to constitute a powerful argu- ment in favor of a liberal first expenditure. Lloyd A. Wicks is in corres- pondence with Mr. Page endeav- oring to ascertain just how far the government actu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

:rr~, ^ -——i *■- *•; • " . ' • ."V 41 ' • - y -i" . 1 11 ■ !' Y' *' • V,J , tf:\ , -r f "7 T ' • . V «•*«► v *; :• v ' •>•■ if y v < f •* 4. v w. 3| 'V". |jj£. , .^;;.t/>:V;- ; $ v;-;-.. . > .,•, - ..,:• H ANDLES E VER YTHING St rM SPUR , •^PS? ■ . ; 1 TE X AS I Wh en in Spur, Texas, see II. S. HARTLEY 2r If, Iff ir Its On 5 Street, for all kinds of seed grain and feedstuff. Handle fuel. Opposite Texas Spur Office GcnxI Roads We quote the follow in# from a recent issue of the Minnesota & Dakota Farmer: Log&n Walter Page, director of the office of Public Roads of ,the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture, has appeared before state legislature and County boards in various sections of the country during the past few months in responce to invitations to tell what methods are best for ob- taining funds for road construc- tion and how the roads should be maintained after they have been secured. At the present time there are two principal methods of raising * funds for thes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

tf§ m WWW W jsmwmwiiHi MM , . r......„.... ■*;^ftSv-;;i '~wk« " ~ "~J) •. mmm. ■JK chine and a HKndsome China Cabinet given w vv" 'l~r" r fttir e+nm and will be a.1— We have a large c'ock whicJj stands in a coj^piccnjs par^ 0^ LIBERAL OFFER IS AS lowed to run down and stop at_ state^ x_:„ 1 m^i/o a+ nur tnrp w« FOLLOWS^UnWi?heachcashpu?chase of a certain amount you make at our store ^ will give you a card on which the time of day is •" DerSQn present holding the the date and time specified there on, and a complete dinner set w,ll-b® , vou to secure one of these hand- tard on which is stamped the nearest correct time the clock stopped at. We want you to secure one oj xnese ^ an^ cope Premiums so as to advertise our business and show in a sub^ntial way m1 This u. splendid opportunity for ;<™ to We are not making any money on them-we don't expect to-we make this offer simply to please our oJq euatomers^^ we are going to give away absolutely free an elegant $2 secure a handsome set* ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

"i i > "fBi mi ® -1 pS 1§ \i kyTaiv tm . B. SPENCER & C O —•<7 *§fl j Everybody knows what it means to see R. B. Spencer & Company at the head of an advertisement. It means you get the best lumber, sash, doors, blinds, laths, shingles, etc. etc. at the lowest possible price. We have yards in about 40 towns in Texas and therefore buy in the largest quantities which gives us the advantage over the little man--That advantage is yours--It means we save you money. We are glad to figure your bills be it large or small, and we can fill it to your satisfaction. Buy one bill from us and you are our customer afterwards. I I I.- *';i 1 r Y O U R S FOR B U I LDERS SUPPLIES F. A. Prideaux, Ma'ltageiV lo Again SPUR, TEXAS •y® •y# *|« +^4 <g| Has The Lid Off Decision In District Court nuls The Recent Local Options Election An- Amarillo, Texas,—The recent Potter County local option elect- ion was declared invalid in dis- trict court here today in the case of Z. Z. Savage against Hu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

I • rf ? RHH.. M::- L r.„ ... in i >iii rift i ii intn^nxiiiiii" i. --, .m IMIII 111 ni JIEXi Ml :• ..!- ■.:.. . .■ „■ ,„<•• . * • . ' ■ t f" ■ . - • |g!g^ V ■ . . k k k k t k ■ iif-j _ HI r urtHftttf aaAitf wdfrfatrf « 4 £•.;•? •;•• ..-'rut,™ •* ■ '• -^JR■•"tV.A(;r •' '■■■-*• ■ SM fc ■ SM ,V.V' 'i'A - ■ " '=.T I I" - ; ■"( >. ' 8.1® Jfe v . Wm m l§gf lip . {• X. " Wholesale and Retail al--Niggerhead, McAlister, MaiIland--Coal. All kinds of grain and feed stuff, • **•. ' . .. V ' v.V .. ■-*. 1 __>ri P.*.vrcv>- ,. . --*•"' ■" ■ —mfrr-rrr ^--iT-^^^ackiii^Bouse 'Products-and flour Sold to Dealers only. General |p«aleragent for Armour& Co, Send your freighters to our house. HH8*I -rr 111 jii ■ r. • L V< -' . M-' '■■ , —I,-- -11-,-Ti ■«, &i I 3p M ,: • v§ ;•. V^Vvv;'^ V^W ■ Tffif We Solicite Your Patronage in anything you may need in the Impliment, Wagon o r Hardware Line. ■* -it. E9MI fflSwi m^r- Plainview, Texas A. D. Summeryille, SLa'"view i '•• • •••• Texas,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

w 'MS We handle the most complete lines of furniture to be found on the Plains—our prices are as low as the lowest and our goods absolutely the best to jbe had. . . Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges have been made an$ sold for SIXTY YEARS—they have grown steadily and uninter- ruptedly in the preference Qf tbe people, j^hen men who have for many years made stove and range construction a science and and an arlt, produced the present line of Charter Oa)csf they reached PERFECTION. We handle a full line and ask you to call and examine our stock. ■ Yours for the best, ' v * X* ;k B Wright & Perdue; „ ^.iinwinki Lubbock, Texas r" r r (r S E E When in .Lubbock Call on J. J. REYNOLDS & COMPANY For Coal and Feed Stuff. We Make Quick Sales and Small Profits. SEE US. V _ , J Richardson - Lumber - Co. F () R All kinds of first-class building material J. V. McCormick, Local Manager SPUR, TEXAS Wanted Negro Appointed Washington Feb. 22.—A del- egation of prominent Kentucky negroes, headed by ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 10 March 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

'.'.•ft **• -y ' "'.■T*- '""*""**'•••■ ■ '!>' r ' ' '' "' IN® '"'. .:/ ■ HiKin BwwwML pp ■m ItSp iK.^isfeei A Newspaper For Tb« Wholt Peoplt Of Th South Plains Of Tixst. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17,1910. FOR GOVERNOR OF TEXAS Subject to the Democratic Primary Election July 2 3, 1910 R. V. DAVIDSON A son of the old South. He has Wen true to every trust in life* He has kept the faith. His record as Attorney General will, liye in History. He is not the candidate of any ring, fact- ion or combination. If el- ected Governor, he pledges himself as a public servant, to carry out the will of the people. -°_ Of all the aspirants for the Governor's seat it is a fair ques- tion for us alHo'ask,^ ,what lias so and so accomplished, or what has he done for the betterment of man or for the betterment of our state and nation. When you ask thequestion about the sub- ject of this sketch, Hon. R. V. Davidson, there is hardly a school boy in Texas but what can tell you of his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

HHHBm ' r.. ® ■ jsi iiiftsm1 mwiwi WSawww HSw?V MB t •'-" IWttfftt.' -'i ' ■!-. -fe in .' ...in. —'<■ HlWaMrtiliitl #1 ;wmm f w <:rs . . >s^v- ■ .- BlSSi) ', ■ 5r — prM\ •:~/4VV it ' v:; 0 ;•}'•; v^w}VV eed Profits &sps$ J. J. REYNOLDS S COMPANY J --■•7"'*."t •'. ■'■ • :*■ ;£."*>• Jj&JU'.•;&«"'<< • • •-'• ' • . '• ' (I 'V. „«.■:• V.(.^.: ' ' '.•• «. -• • •' For Coid and Quick Sales and Si agfi-y.?."••# W=====i=====: Make EE US. r~*r P'- M ■m ;.-v ; 7 ardson - "Lumber - C o. FOR AM kind$ of fir$t-class bidding material m >■ 9- McCormick, Local Manager SPUR, ^225 \ i A. TEXAS m 1 I 1 ijUJ^ii ,B The very latest S Ladles novelties of Belts, Combs, Coll & I 'ing styles and shapes, inds, Oriental Jewelry, s, etc., all the latest fads. HI Don't Fail Laaies Mrs. Nelle Robertson, Prop. hem at The ar J. O. SGARBROUGH We Pay Spur, Texas. E. N. TWADDLE Ham Lubbock, / ocery Phone es for Butter & Eggs !e of Gonerai Groceries Texas The other day I wrote to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

emen HAVE'Been added to our stocj$/of Hardware and Furniture and we are therefore better prepaired to $erve our cusftSmers. Ouf busiuess is growing very fastv <^ach month showing a gain and it is eyi&ent that this $5 the "PLACE TO GET WHAT Y0U \I^ANT AND THE. NOST OF THE Bp&T FOR THE LEAST!" MONEYS We invite the trade o)F Crosbyton Territory to call and pise us. \~ Wright & Perdu^ West / / Lubbock, Texas i . ; •' I I EASTER HATS I have a n«(ce line of Easter hats coming. They will be- here in plenty time for Easter wear and I want you to come and get one*x Tell your friends abput it. 1 will have the nicest line of:i spring hats ever shown in Crosby County. The prices are as low as they can be sold. Yours very truly, MRS. N. H. WHITE CROSBYTON T£X. W. R. ROBINSON Cordially invites you to make his Store headquarters while in Lub- bock and inspect the largest and most complete sto^k of Furniture and floor coverings in the south Plains Country. Correct prices insured. \ W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

f* Eifisjis! *.(,.., mw/ * r - i . w'-v.t; . ■mmUBK >^ft¥wffi5rs"-"*' ' '■ ' i' ,*r. -M*.-* , agg jjjg tEJfcife 3® " ■■ 1 ' ' I — Hr$ ~mlm H :>K?Mrj *2&>) '.■■;■■ v.'■•-i'..;fi'| ". 7! s v I§!$1 W I? S BpebS "j'.r-.ljV " ' |Pf>2 — BECAUSE THERE MUST BE ■; 6- II fe mhp •, lis 1 A Pharmacy 2 A Soda Fountain F" 3 A Chemists SI 4 Magazines and periodicals 5 Sundries such /as talcum etc. All of These will be Found in the 1 , ■yr X f m As soon as we get a building to put the stock in A full line of up-to-date fixtures ready for ship- ment. Somebody/pony uj^ the building QUICK. = i fe Crosby ton, Texas i 'A..; CORRECT FOOTWEAR FOR WOMEN Come See Our Line. ••! r?fe &<>, ws 5fe fe;, K®i ■HI ^ We want you to see our new oxfords for Spring, the styles are ver^ pleasing and the show- ing embraces all the new things for the season. They are made over lasts that conform to the natural shape of "the foot which causes them to fit perfectly. We want you to try a pair of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

ssfrii ■ • ♦ c SS 1 1W> m WCTtfmWl( - — - . — ■ '■ .. Mi'lW sp i9ni '"" 4; M£ . , ," . V, V-n : - ♦ • • L#fS i* Lumber ! Lumber ! Lumber ! We have a complete believe we ckn save anything in Lumber with results. ine of building material and u money. Come to us for attd you will \0" well pleased A. G. McAdams/lumber Co. Floydada/Texas. ty mSSBSSS We are opening a New Store, East of P. 0. And invite you to call and see our > \ Shoes, Dry Goods, ♦ B. SHACKLETfy Spur, Tex. Etc. The Store We want your tVade and are giving many bargains in everyone. Our 33 1-3 per 'cent discount .counter is still loaded with these bargains and yo^u ought to come in while you can save so Hiiich money GROCERIES-! have ipanjNiargains in gro- ceries. I actually sell at railroad prices with railroad freight added and no mistake about it. I want your trade and if value and if value and close prices mean any- thing I will get it Yours to please W. H. Ellison Crosb^ton, Texas every- Notlce Of Election The $t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

: *W^~ ?*% "OW* ■• * "WW ■ "i" ' imiM*i■ '•• •*«' ■- '"V : <• ■■■%>.- • • <« „■ 4 p«*w,. ♦ ^ . . *• < will appear the ot those announcing their Can for public office, all of which are Subject to the Action of the Dem- ocractic Primary July 9thf 1910. v Notice: No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $5.00 Precinct $3. mm M®®:® I |i§B IK:: a. * KMlfll • fi ■ ; c '• « % • • .t H$SSHI - ,.-i,' <* . '• tlflwMfer'r ' . v;. ■ " . ': ' ' ' "•'■■■. .■>•". ■ -^'-"k. ■ i . " P — —— -.■■!■ ■■■ " (in Ru Diihlif'itinn Oitotinn D., Dnhlinofinn ___ ' 50th, Jvdicial District N. ISAAC O N: B. D. GLASGOW. ' : ' . 29th District For State Senator: ^ ' W. A. JOHNSON. (Memphis, Texas.) Crosby County Fror Tin Aflnftnnftr; ® ; mfipv >• ■ ■ is '^*afrr | tggg^%f£?i , P. M. REED. u" ^ v^v& ' "r'' " •_ • ■ For County and District Clerk: WILL F. EZELL. (Re-Election) S&.fr"5'' >* : ■ For County Judge: ' ; PINK L. PARISH. (Re-Election) Ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

• ' " ; - f-r. a,7- «« > ' r^iSKCVfy E%i| '.,)■ ' "+ H. •s^'O •X* •vf* of* *^4 s The Horn? of Good Groceries •r- ..,,;;% I,;.s^; J ■r ~3fc. !$> i •;i hV I, -*P< '& Ml t ,'^^f ,V? .iWvt'—y" !">'■•<■ -■■'.■ ;1 ; Don't fail to make our Store your hea^juarters,while in Lubbock —we carry a complete and up-to-date line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. We welcome you and will buy all your country pro- duce, chickens, eggs, and butter. M'Grady Will Be Chosen By . Taft Washington, D. C., March 9. — It was reported at the capitol todoy that Presidenn Taft can be depended upon to a certaiyty to appoint J. C McGrady of Bonham to succeed the late David E. Bry- ant, Federa Judge for the East- ern Texas District. President Taft had under con- sideration a number of others and ac first really desired to re- fuse Cecil Lyons recommenda- tion as it would appear that Lyon had to much power. - Fearing that he might antago- i nze Lyon's ftiends and not make any better appointment either...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 17 March 1910

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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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