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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

^.., *ww i*XK..a/M#*sv>n igfek > ■, ■,: M sU ' *B|4 ■ ^ HSPw;^ ■HPS^ ■■■M iSsSmeBEINlm': v;,. RBHtelRrtv1!■ •'4 '•• ,,Y-.>W>^*W •'' ! i/ ■.. '.'.r.' : «© *^s;v:.s : C: W—;- zmiw £•:; ;.:' ••■ ' ■■ ,.7v ■ ■ ' & ■■'' <• ... . SK. '£<i"' ^®RE1; "':'' 'SS ANNOUNCEMENTS ' (DEMOCRATIC) <■ Under this head will appear the names of those announcing their Can- didacy for public office, all of which MM Subject to the Action of the Dem- ocratic Primary July 9th, 1910. Notice: No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $5.00 Precinct $3. '■-•-I n: vvif , . v;-: For Governor HON. R. V. davidson isf! W-M.:'-' hy&ii& ■ ' 1 ,;■ " •'•' ' PffiypfeE* fa r>. >- j /v *;//, . .- -For Representative 101 District. I f-:: T. J. O'DONNELL SOth, Judicial District For District Attorney: ISAAC O. NEWTON. B. D. GLASGOW. 29th District , For State Senator: W, A. JOHNSON. " (Memphis, Texas.) Crosby County For Tax Assessor: * ' F. M. REED...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

£ linn iy "• $g£re ilf* M-* BIHRRPs^sn :; '• -^v"' • .• > 'OTfflWS mWm jfcSiS: IM23 :"="'; vrvi*- \:H' ■ vSS^,;' 54V :V, $-"'. " - SSKSSJ MNH awl M mmm WJI.LiMJC i^WsMr® c:.JW ':■; 'ji iw# §11 HUMnjAa H5 mmm H ;'>w. •;.•"•> ! : H. wrerora '■■■',fpywr !'i v. ;/'-•; H® <JUk;V. • . £N@t&£ I" w 1 i iesaps #■**%; wv —as :vj Ml 111 Ry,;^ '§^#1, - - ' V-A- • '.*. - •«••♦• •.,"••v.;:•" • ..- ■;';. i ; .-•■ ' • -' ><" ■ . ' • ■ ' ■. :. VAv . ' i, <«> •r" ;.^r 1 If lf$l V, f I HAVE THEM _ but. the Latest Styles and Most Up-To-Date Patterns. iALL AND SEE THEM i W. E DYEF & J v.v. . ~ ,. . v- .:.: . •* -j* Carry a Full Line of i Boisdarc and Hog Wire Plainview " Wire Fence Floydada, POSTS and WIRE Factory Gtark Not Guilty Weatherford, Tex., May 14,— v thiq, morning returned a ict of not guilty in the case 01 mrokes Clark, charged with 4 the killng of State Banger " Homer White at the railroad Jta- tion here over a year ago. Cark formerly lived in Port Worth. W. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

,, «* -•:••"? • • ■ . i, •'■■•.■<■•>- -'-v.;' •-. v, '■v;^''*:i-> ••■'•■"- ',v', .,-.■■■ ' ■ '"I ■■' ■ .<d , ' V i I > •*! .. . vw ~ ~ i'LSS . m W!L. HPRHBL '!' ■ ■' '-"pffiW FlZlaZT^ Si A Lady Criminally . As- saulted Much excitement prevailed in Rogers Tuesday afternoon when JEfird reached town that Mrs. drover Dd.mas, resi ling with her husband on the ''Uncle Billy" Wallace farm about 4 miles south bf town, had been criminally as- saulted by | negro. Hundreds of men hurried to the scene and scoured the coun- try almost till tie 'cterwn ofWed- nesday morning, but no tangible trace of the negro could be dis- covered. An arrest of a suspect .vas made ;bv officers at Somerville and Deputy Sheriff W V. Fisher, A. E. Smith,Mayor J. 0. King. T. J. Lockharc J. R. Bi^h un and #City Marshal Wilson went to Caldwell Wednesday afternoon to see the negro, but were con- vinced that he was not the party wanted. At this writing the .whole af- fair is still shrouded in mystery, but ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

rYear as Second Class Matter Jan. at the Post Office at Crpsby- s, under the act of March 3, ^^VERTISING RATES : • display ad, $12.50 per week, je display ad $7.00 per. week, one half papre 20c per ince Locals and readers 10c ; each insertion. • > No display advertising on the first page, time is not apeified, all advertis- ing matter will be run .until ordered out and charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erronous reflection upon the • • ■ sssm3 ■ ■ r-, lit;! 11 Review Published Every ThursdayBy m WSOSjia ' ■ (NOT INCORPORATED! FRANK E. WHITE, Editor and Prop. ngle Copy W-. A-;- , -,JVv *f*' ' mm mmm * Mi: w w? KaKBfdKjlP* fMSil -J 1# for in Crosby- m msm jplpi . . . . character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which mag appear in the columns of the Review will be glady corrected upon prop;- being brought to the attention of the publishers. ■fSil^ Four Issues One Month. I-., c m:;: v- • ■ * .n fi; ' n V i.' 'rv: '• , Crosby County In The Sw...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

sl'bi'n •. n -ite'tfe* *v I ■ ' «-W^' - • i ' - t V; • 1 ■ ' I 9SS •JIHtKt IS A REASON" Why you should come to Abernathy Texas for the best of all kinds of Building Material. A.G. McAdams Lumber Company. A Missing Link of the Past ' By Ella M. Sexton —O ?V".:' Ert P$p!f ■W" >V r •;/: | : •Vv'r> * it .'l •*.' ;, Si-iV F. M. CRAWFORD The place to get fresh groceries and up to date Dry Goods—in fact everything in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Jewelry etc. H". • Prices Right at CRAWFORDS ABERNATHY, TEX. REMEMBER We Solicite Your Patronage in anything you may need in the fmpliment, Wagon o r iware Line. . . . . . ,1:.: Donahoo Ware Hardware Co. Plainview, Texas j Copyright Hart Schaffner cc Marx Pi The Clothes You Buy ought at the end of a season's continuous wear be shapely and stylish. This is the real test, and will determine whether or not they are good clothes. This is the test that we ask you to apply to either a ♦ Hart, Schaffner & Marx, or Kirschbaum -— W '\ suit. Mad...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 26 May 1910

MtZMi&MM II ifflti 111 tffiB mmmmmmmwmwmM BES^S^flBfi M^lMlBsiHHSHH^B HIP IX— • ■" ■ - —-_——r 'SMfe,!*frs"?,.^vr~'■-'Y•*** ?"*' <"«r- ■ r"*- m i *'1 iOsSi EfW' mmjMm l mKMW V.'^At ■:. V:; '' * "tLm/Vv "ftf Y,^ • '< Wmm Par' . **Ta MB9M| Mi (|«0 ~&:&M$;^int -r$^$$3v-- .;•> . •■ - • ■ % - Bffiif . - *1 Wm, Oklahoma State Banks giReports state that there is a total of $49,928,744 on deposit in the State banks of Oklahoma, as against $35,160,031 a year ago, or an increase of $14, >768,- 713. The increase in deposits pf! ,T'. z^m®0 mm&ibi ■ 1.M1J , „, ,IL . • i, • x J!&M & u i * be put into the guaranty bank fund. "Pruny" . Of course the County Commis- sioner at Nebraska City who re- fused the use of the court for Mr. Bryaii to make a s in may be one of thoss persons who are "puffed up with a little brief, authority," but it is most likely that he is merely surchar- ged with prunes. ■■■"'- —r ^ - fSY ■ J :##i ' i PMyfe- fsv t'1, ■>. "■' ".' W?., w. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

K «ss •) :r, . <*?*■■' ?wj v-- .•,. ■ :■/<■■. ■ !; r :y| — ' ' ■ ' V" 'v\ j .'' "* i %Wmmm -K:- "' **■*,". ■ r A\' .:, , -JM mm '•'-' V%# ~ -^r 1 • *■ Yit(s'v- gHBJMi8fcifrMpB8gBillp j I .,v A Nmww For Tin Wbolt Poosl* 01 Ttw South Plains Offoxos. VOL 2. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1010. Senator H. Bascom I Thomas In City '$k —y • Only fifteen minutes In Which to | talk to the people but all well pleased. < jTiiesday morning minutes at fifteen to ten o'clock in the Crosbyton Supply Store the few citizens who had been informed, met to hear State Senator Thom- as. He was introduced by R E. White, and made a short speech, and following are some extracts from same: "rI was expelled from the State Senate of Texas for charg- ing grafting and corruptness in the Legislature of Texas, a thing never occurfng before in the State. Twenty days afer my having been expetled, I was elect- ed by my home people, by he largest majority ever given a Texas Sta e Senator, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

■ iiirp T' "• ■ ■'M'tfi Jgggg ■ | ; I ilBwSft. jw'fHrg I k^. 1\X"' 'AM M "PPM > •"*■ mMU.**,*, ,. . r *« fe*i Isi^uf^nMlCT «2y ::T.'' i ■ fl KMiife-Mj • M' " ■ v'.r •?.H;!i''^;' :v,w:;+.,pSi WwmSmm^ %' I 'iiv,. !■■:.:■ |$f;;||f- yffl J I U*.' rr -•■I- -r——— ■ .-,.u,-,—7—- mm, < i'1 MM T Boy Kills Himself. We are in receipt of card Irom Sil Roy Ragland a 17 years of age, who Silverton a week ago from with his brother, W. F. Ragland "" * * iself Monday evening by himself through the B|le with a target rifle, was instantaneous. -He '.Magtb.. ■■ - "■. yi, . I iin- 3Dondent. Said to be of h—tfuli* Herald ■BnHsPffil of Unloaded 1ST7W; Tf-yirW 'i. i' ■ fv'V _.is5 Iwrih the -han^i •v ./*\ - .it V " * w • i; companion, Oscar Lloyd/ Married. •*- who is head for the Jno. P. Lewis mmmsmmm**** Company, returned last Friday with bis Ijride. Mrs, was formerly Miss Geor- , of Santa AimarTex- gssBf* as, at which place she has a host RliH not been in Lubbock but a short while, yet be has made m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

Wlmwm ife ■'i iio '.ik- ■mm mmmmm m mMMmMWS ."' P '■'.•:■• -•<..• r •. v. ■ -•: yi..v/*v* >*u, . ->t. . ■•'!.. ' '••. k« . ,. . Jr ... S^j ■ : " ... .n>^;>;.''::;" -v . '■!' ' 1 11 ''|ll>OTffgjWM ^ . Sfcf-'- '■ 7*.,; ■'• ■.• ^>*>- i^w# " ''v7r'" .' - ■ . J 1"■. . ■ \A/ TT ^ ^ •• I' "~J "■ ■f::;.:;t - , , «« •TWRyife "•■ ' v. • • handle a ■« complete v UIHRh «e* ;Wt|iW Pii>i# B^'llj jl^tfi||^lM they are the freshest and :' T^: ■ ^VtCy MW.f > X * 'MM- V _ the "Pure Food kind." K 0 ""> j*J i |, a. ;Ai'r*^>4p. - • - Y-rt-l.■!.:■■*':. •— • •■ / •• «:• ,kT! .; \ y >>■ One English paper declared that King Edward died of over- Work. Anchstill there are peo- ple who assert that English edi- itori have no sense of humor. ' It seenls that they have had "dripping-skies" at Asheville while the Methodist Conference was on,. It, was kind of Jupiter Pluvius not to immerse the dele- gates. Buy all your field shorts cotton seed AMES it oats, chops cake and MP...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

v.. SS$ Ml 1 Vi ■■, .■■■&■>' Mj&JJiH 1®PT -:1 '.."•^ •; r^\r y- :V...„ JWCSW if just.crak The Crosbyton Review Published Every Thursday By Jj The rom Some Back Talk up Won't Happen and $*T 1 |. t> * M if mm kjj-as it Entered as Second 14. 1909 at the Post ton, 1879. ''ass Matter Jan. ffice at Croebjfc- act of March 3, iro1 K advertising rates : V Full page display ad, $12.50 per week. Half page display ad $7.0Q per week, lan one . halt page *20c per inCe incertion. Locals and readers 10c ■ inch ea£h insertion. - ( display advertising on the first page. When time i *Mot apeified all advertis- ing matter will be run until ordered ,out and charged for accordingly. ■'':,y' Any : fkt'' i m M ill NOTICE TO THE.PUBLIC. reflection upon the , standing or reputation of >n, Arm or corporation which tear in the, columns of the be glady corrected iupon ' to the attention of the ) /' v'" • Issues One Montlj. V, Pi Superstition A Big Fw;t&& Superstition is yet a big factor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

mwmMm MM wmm « * nU &iSH iSlfc )iiW rayf- them test Styles and atterns. m H. WHITE but the Most Up CALL N k m*-.' W. E. Carry a Full Li Boisdarc and Plainview Wire Floydada, Cedar and from th6 Fence Factory. Texas. POSTS and WIRE umber Co. Texas W. C. Bo JplfP^ \W^ f®. ■ ■'.•A v,::: Yfe SPMCi •v r:'- m m -^ir1 MS BABY The appetite of a child is quite as susceptible of education, in both a right and a wrong direc- tion as are its mental or moral faculties; and parents, in whose hands this education mainly rests should give the subject careful consideration, since upon it the future health and usefulness of their' children depend. We should all be rulers of our appe- tites, instead of subject to ihem; but wheather this be so or not, depends greatly upon early diet- etic training. Many a loving mother by Meal and Field seeds, thoughtless indulgence of her save you money. We ;=s= I : ■ City Plumbing - Sheet Metal Works We have a firs± clasamiacfoanic to do our wo rk sheet metal or t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

steilwEw >**"' «f'i: - '■ tite „.ntt |tii 1 &■■ '; ' — jpSH^KiiiP HSW ■. • ' i''>' •' ;. ■ 1 ■ 1 • "' v s mi «O^ aS' &# li • ■ . •' ■ iiiiniV!?-*! ■H BBS'S MKS® V| J. «' .jit.Jj fSiSsV --rv —_ "** • " , ' ' \t€r Mite ■'W-\\4nm • y >|V,,\ .' ;--v _ 4 J -:■&><" : r^arfw ■ u; |v, '4M5^"' •; T. " ... ~ ■ • ^ • VL L.I.? ■■ • •■- ■'■ •■■ .£_ _ am * mmmW^ . mmmm, * . • . • V '• :'-. . ;<•.' fsmm" ■ ■«■■ ■ ■u-.'in "..'i/j '— ,, ' i,", m11. . i iigggs \r> t T"*r , • \r - • mm Plant is Now in OpeMon and We f'Wiv'iWfy In Xny antity &.i .'} A' V. e pay spceial attention to our^l of town orders and is New and Modern and all Ice is Maodractufrd from Double Distilled Water Pure and Wholesome lP$?v #i—■: ■ ■ rade and Satisfaction Bil '•• £' & w. Lubbock, Texas lilt'•■«« v.-p t bM!S mmmWm 1 ?:?¥ [QX WI iocaonoi The Pedestrain in|9M '" - 1 ^ ■fchuR! , t . Gilligillnn! Gilliglllng! The pedestrain paused at the intersection of two busy streets .^tl6d looked abou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

"nmrnmrnwrn ...... jp^!ffi !!%dK^"'■ .,,..:• .- v-v ' -.: '.. ' ' ' • • : : ' ,r' ''l ,f'. '£■ , .... ,„ ... _. j ■/ rram*y ...iJa SrffiTfrjfr ■' ,V - -;••••••.'. • ' 'V ' .' ' •■ " ' * ' .V,' , 7-;.;*,.'^ ■'? ' ■ V i " ' HUMAN NATURE (Copyright. 1900.) Ulr • i a<w m s. Rto OKtZZhP <« Ml JV T think of r A**-- *K \ , Y« A SHOULD H* t St*M M*S- rav« r OOOONM3 a rW3. BtACX- AND HfcO- NttOHPOR JM3^ QOiSIf W* MW*J YOU MOULD THMtK JHt COULD 1W*( km TIH® --*K. □L O'ciXJCK. AMP nv mw 3BANO „ COOIINO' HOMfr «>«- lOmim ropAV ''. ■'•"■; .v': :;S .V<?v'^^8 '£&■>' V '■'- , :• • •: v*_ v, ' '' . „ I -. :•• ■/ .;,. ' ' ''•"'* . .'■"' T ' "*' f "' j ' '"■ .■•■:;■■■ ... , fJT ■ ~h '. i t Capitol Messenger Didn't Know Aldrich ALDRICH FUNNY things happen, even in the corridors of the eapltol In Washing- ton, among those men who have been longest there. One of the messen- gers at the eapltol Is John ,P. Hamlin, who for more than 30 years has been messenger about the senate corridors....

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

mam : ...l-V'-:' " 'I Wtm& ssww. .;> ■ffisfflP jg i tiVrtt /, • 11 . . . .; ...« mm K: Why you s Texas for Building Materi A 15 1 % Abernathy $Wfi ^ of all kinds of ^;wr?/-i'v. llSt^ 0 6 o ^ ♦I, per inch p«tr month/ *fer mmxmmm i'M'■> • BSsSfiSft A. G. McAdams Lumber Company. jfi*' / .. , uy - v. V':.<&" 4 .>-'yWLiJ't% M '. ■ ■' ■ '•"#%; „ |ngM||i *i * 11 ^jb I f' $m "he place to get fresh gfcqceries and up, to date ods—in fact eve robing *,in Dry Goods; HL-ww-ir-- ■ ^ - . _ Groceries, Hardware, JeweJrirfetc * ' : ? '. fcfc «# w- ■* $ j* . - •&*.*! >, ^ •# ABEBNATHY, TEX. ieneral Practi Abstracting and Specialty. Texas Crosby ton, . > 1 attq eral Pr matte _ .... mtm i emma, > Mr. McDonald, ,the for the Crosbyton Telephone Company tells us that the line to Spur has been about finished and that the exchrnge will be put in fine shape here shortly. This is great-news for our people as we are badly in need of telephone services. texas lANFORDS ■' i ' ===£...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 2 June 1910

<.• Mj0- • W&F m. -u > IGIif3iBHB' '• ' i*Y WFe*M*i kV /'r H ttf ' v>u.pr,v-r. . 5**55j*!Sfp" . .,,/ • :♦ •• • • -• ..< : -;:• •.'• •'-■ *■# • .. *t .1 ■<■'. !■ ■twrnSmm J '?•-« aw^wSM'ira"l? ;.« fflKH' . • V .•; 1«%,« i -i: f 1 I "■' v I I' *$!sfe' - > ■ ^ry^:t.:- _ Ep''-.;?'";, rife- '"'. •,•■•< : T__ * ; ur.t <' R"'"-'^ ■ C"a ■■■*: •:'■■■" ANNOUNCEMENTS ' (DEMOCRATIC) Under this head will appear the names of those announcing their Can- didacy for public office, all of which are Subjoccto the Action of the Dem- ocractic Primary July 9th, 1910. Notice; No name will be inserted un- less accompanied by the cash. District fee $10. County $6.00 Precinct $3. uf^o Tor Governor HON. R.' V. DAVIDSON [ .'..(if—; TJ—-r *§ _p W' V,:. W^r' " ■ If. \ jt ^ . y , ■ j- For Representative 101 District. ■ • T. J. U'DONNELL ■■■• '> r— . — 50th, Judicial District For District Attorney: ISAAC O. NEWTON. ; : _ B D. GLASGOW. I 29th District For State Senator: * W. A. JOHNSO...

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

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1910

i f ; *$! #.«*?'.;■ vr "Vv* > t-v-' --V >.***: . V sv mpyy «<£*« 3 A Nawspajwr For Tlw Whoto Ptopl* Of Th« South PWns Of Ttxas. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. ■/ Mean a Greater Crosbyton and Greater Some Facts Worth Pasting in Your Note Book-Keep Your Eyes on Crosbyton The Coming Rail Road Center Of The Great Plains Country Ww. ■ ■ ' V".; •;* J| -A 1 J£v ? sr m At a meeting: of the Directors of the Crosbyton South Plains Railroad, inCrgsbyton the first day of June it was agreed that Crosbyton be made head office for the Company and accoid- ingly the office has been opened *;at this point. The reports were made that the survey to Lubbock had about been completed and v everything Will soon be in shape for actual tonstruction work. Chief Engineer Knox, is now in his office in Crosbyton, work- ing out all the cuts, fills, esti- mates and profiles, so that within ten days they will be ready to receive bids on the construction work. It will be known in s...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1910

C .. fct auto ' '' " -J- M&.*■«&Witvrw-.jrrf MKl Rfe> -;M ■Pwl MOMMM fmnrnMrnmsi^m NteS#®**8, ' "r" 1 ■'/" ■. v'A 1'" ''1 ■t-i*',T'i— m3rm IS? •Sfe PPAfS'mSi Nothing but the Latest Styles Most Up-To-Date Pattertis. |ALL AND SEE THEM faEp^—**•* w« n. 5^^ ,1 Mill F'"''aJI J?> ■ ' wmt SRW'' 3"" <g • *«-'V AMfrti* W. E. DYER & SON Garry a Full Line of Cedar £nd <- ^ Boisdarc and Hog Wire from the Plainview Wire Fence Factory W® i J Texas. Floydada, POSTS and WIRE is ''•! " 1 : '" • "' ' .*■*' ' .' \ '■ x e V.Debs In Daily Panhandle.) It does not matter that the fas sown with stars the folds of either and decked the earth with countless beauties for man's enjoyment. It does hot matter that air *)%£ ocean teem with the wonders of in- numerable forms of life, fo chalenge man's admiration and investigation. It does not .pat- ter that nature spreads forth all her scenes of beauty aad gladness and pours, forth the melodies of her, myrtad-tounfred voices for his delecta...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1910

sssi ■ vV " %'i 4 <>$1 Value of a College to The PlaiH , (By President I. E. Gates.) mm W* WWjpjRr . mfmrn Hi! Sfe Jisr« -• Ellf, •■•;• '%>«>■+■-■■■-■ : • ■ ** ' :v-:- • - - . '• r • • . • ;j * ■■■..■"■ kiii Hi fW&v}1, ■Ik hj:\ _ „ ■ t "Vl ">>: ;• 1 it... -. ?mSm^ f There are several good reasons for a real College on the Plains —I will mention a few. Every section of the state must have some" good enterprise around .which the people may rally, in order that th y may unify their forces and bring out their best endeavors, not to the hurt of i any other section but to the good of all. A college out here will not hurt Baylor or any other . 7 school hundreds of miles away, ^jsbut will help them. No school ^iairets many students beyond one hundred miles from where it is located. This is a fact admitted '-.pby all col liege presidents and men everywhere. The - nearest Biptist college to Plain- view is two hundred milei away. We have tha largest territory in TeXis for...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 June 1910

, ■ «M|I # m 'i!.ii|||li|i||iii|ji|i|ii fraM™*', H?>' «#®fi1 alls? iiSi sm: mp-V^Spw ?< ■cmmm !i«' V SWiW'iit. mm :::«t.: '.J .:, 1 • is — weigh candidates and issued for yourself—then exercise the free- man's right of sQffrage, as a free man should with a clear brain and rock-based individual con- viction. - j Are you a religionist who fol- lows the leadership of a mere fallible human like yourself, with out qustioning. the whys and wherefores in your inmost self, without having endured that spiritual travail which if essen- tial to higher resolve and steady soul-growth? V Are you an editor who shapes his utterances in conformity with the suggestions of every Torn, Dick and Harryjwho is kind enough to tell you how to run your own business, or do you stay by your guns like a good soldier and lire your own ammunition? May the Lord save you, if you are in the pet monkey class—for He alone can accomplish that miraculous reclamation. What this country needs is brass collarless cit...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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