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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

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Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

1 ! ■ „ « • .vfa ' Wfil, <L,f~ r LK ■ummh umwmmm^ jfSPi® I ^raiZZ®i2P8 Mr|w i m^m BPv^DP*.f flpg ju. * L.. .,•....: -v^.. jf*-- v |BSi®®i 58s S 2j& m&mss^k^krm:msm |s U> A .«* ?>,■: * n;rrtofi^«r JNotice oi opeciai oiocj ....Directory..^ ^Mw+in tr ''<,,v>:f^i y , $1. per Inch per month.. " " ice il hereby given that'a and Business Texas Central Railroad Co. Notice o f Special Stockholder's! Business Locals HHiSi1. « ftfefr ■ .■ ■ ^ IffMM 'i^., ,i_, A. WICKS Atlorncy-al-Law 1 meeting of the .Stock- of Texas Central Railroad Land Transfers Cr^y,™. ,-■ '■■' '" ■""■/ ' R. P. STOOPS SSWi8j!:* "- ' ' asfflaEw . - - and Surgeon SlCSifi'tf-'t >■■ './f'0«w :.i"i ■>■:'■ £hR£ :rosbyton, - Texas &Co, rieai nsxate rirokers ' Correspondence solicited, jfxchanges a specialty. Plain view Texas. vm-i Ms 1 % Texas, guara at Spur Drug Company. Monday and Tuesday ontli. >;•■•'■■ -.. All work w. E. QRANFORB ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice matters, a specialty IJWJN XT ®X A 8...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

'V ' '.'-ifiSw MRS , Hi Co. Niggerhead Coal, Lump R^ock Salt, Pd 7.... ... Barb Wire, Hay, Grain and Hog STew Wagon Yard, East of Railroad-on Broadway. Lubbock, Tex. Wm in' i ! iiffl w I m0 «at ♦ > m * ;iku * «4 Condemnation Notice. The State of Texas, ) . .. O&unty of Crosby: j On this the 3rd day of August, A. O. 1910, J. V. Leatherwood, W. M. Rob- ertson and A; K. Lackey, special corn- misioners appointed by the Court to assess the damages to Mary E. Thomp- son and the unknowu heirs of S. D, Thompson, deceased, by season of the location of a railroad on land belonging to said Mary E. Thompson and the un- known heirs of S. D. Thompson, de- ceased, in Crosby County, Texas, as is more fully set out in the petition of the Crosbyson-SouthplainS Railroad Company, filled out with the" Honorable" Pink L. Parrish, County Judge of Cros- by County, Texas, on the 1st day of August, A. D. 1910, said commissioners having been duly sworn to assess said damages fairly and impartially and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

_—— fflrl! wm0P-^ HM wbsw i WW^TA ,-r TO V ? ':x- !SK iitw" ^.Vj^iif^ll-.r wsmi •, ,r.rSW>^'S,1 "''t* ; ! v-C;i;C':'j';:'-'. =■' " - ; ■'. . „.'„ . ■' . ;":T 'W'.'v. ' :i !v-' '.; m w "•'-. .- ':*lE:'. - **ix> «fw . 'Bste&fSi; iiS® • ever whispered of her frutality— panic of 1907. It has been Mid ■ • , , : The WHITE PRINTING CO. I NOT INCORPORATED] E. WHITE, Editor and Prop. ibscription $1.00 ngle Copy ir Year as Second Class Matter Jan. 14, 1909 at the Post Offlce_at Crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March 8 1879. ± ; |i, ADVERTISING RATES page display ad, $12.50 per week. * page display ad $7.00 per week, than one half page 20c per inch ion. Locals and readers 10c each insertion.. advertising on the first page. ie is not speified all advertis- matter will be run until ordered and charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PlfiSLIC. Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ahy person, firm or corporation which imw* > ~•< g||§L, m^y appear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

m 1 IV ■ 'rM ■ .y&gft ■ m i 4, §M -r *f>- £•* 4* ^ if r" '.>:'v ~.<r f :l ">- IBBU>3 e ening August 15th, 1910 On Monday, August 15, 1910, the town lots in Crosbyton will come on the market as'well as the thousands of acres of -N- Farm Lands. The .. i "*• sale will begin at 9:00 o'clock and the Town Site Company will be pre- pared to take care of all purchasers as fast as they come, they will have parties to show lots or farm lands and you had better mak£ ar- rangements to be on hand. r^-H'Tniiir"1 unrmim-rir * innim —mi ■ ■<MKT 1■■J****- Reasonable Prices and Easy Terms The^fact that the prices will be low and the terms easy makes it more attractive for every one. Be sure and be here. Write your old friend to meet you at Crosbyton on the Opening Day and by so doing you may be the cause of his making a good fortune. / Railroad New Building The Crosbyton-Southplains Railroad is now building and the grade is being built faster than any ever built in Texas before....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

^'1 ■ '■$<M ":' v W m Survey For Railroad ' .wwp1!'. ••**.. Paducah, Cottle County, Tex., July 17. —The ehief engineers of the Gulf, Texas and Western Railroad, which, now has its ter- minus at S eymour, arrived in ucah yesterday for the pur- pose of surveying the line from this point to Seymour. There are a number of leading busi- men of this place that will impany them on this survey the city of Paducah hfis em- the services of a man who ved here for, the past thirty and knows every inch of country that they will have is over to accompany them, 'he railroad officials have made statement that they will kTto Paducah if the route is practicable one. They have ome convinced that Cottle unty has got the agricultural da to support another road, rtd especially running as this does, and the only thing that in Paducah's way of get- g the road is finding a route t will be a practicable one.— mour Banner. mmmmmm &fPEEppSPw U{ Jiffesw V* '• 'ikr-'rs u, ' J ADDITIONAL LOCALS w i V' ■ '■...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

m— I.' i' mi wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' . ■ . - . ■ ■ ' ;"v Vv-:vv ' •-■' . '• . ■' ' -■" * ' ■■' ^... ' M - -A ■ ■ £ : h . g= „ eg «a—^a Bga—~ ■ I,1, ^---■SB! S —i—,. i M ••*'— V'^ .•. Itfami v«< : ■> r 1 . f t (""*^ ' V:. if ; ' i • . ' V: * ft y, wMiW I .. Si "*/••"-'> !,; •■'' ' "■ Dealer in ev^qjthing for the household, farm/ ranch, ang trail ;'-.-.-.v ====== .. ' ' "Vj > = J :«■,■■' In this line we have the nobbiest line of suits, odd pants and other things that are - k&fr 's£&•-J I JIBpl Z - ■ " , fit for the well dressed, as well as all kind of work cl jthes to be found, in any store on the Soiith Plains. Our goods are from first hands and are guaranteed and we ■ ■ r— — • 7 1 "—*T (~ ^7 offer you such bargains as you rarely find in any city. Come inandsee the goods and be convinced that it will be worth your while to see before buying and we will certainly treat you right. Let us dress you in some of our up-to-date fashions We have the largest and bes...

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

M—MMIIIlHi IflP li ..f -v ~f - s*v;— * handle a com ajpaswaK I f§! rm ■f~ llnefand thenar* the fwshest ■SiPBWHPE . j«^,|jjgg >* — M||j|A.s.,|i||||—|n - SKf IIJ, Ill of the "Pure 1 ~7... - .•!* MIS# wZmffmS .. PM- S .i : v?'Pi —mri by ton vs Petersburg and vs Lubbock last J both ended disaster- ously for Crosby ton, Petersburg put up the real article in the way of base ball and made the home team look like the bad end of a "packing house ham" in nine innings, both individ- ually and/collectively. There is ot much use to rub it in on the berieved friends of the misguid- ed youths. So, "let the past be ton, bury it deep in the • "depth of Oblivion'' and there ™®Jtsleep; that would be all right, but! Just after and im- mediately following this disaster a crowd of school kids and a , jtheney clothes peddler from Lubbock who had started for the canon for a few days outing got out of their covered wagon and walking out on the grounds defied the home team to do their worst—they did—and i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

.1 B:-v: " 'V /- lil'tlS -C':' \ ' - -r--- Fruit and Cotton. J. R. Bowlinger, of near Confe was a caller at the Review jof- fice last Saturday and a few things about the wheat* cotton and fruit in his section of the country that soundefi mighty good: Regarding the cotton m said he bad-no hesitancy in stat- ing that it would go at least three-fourths of a bale to the acre and with jUst a little rain wonld make a bale or over. Sev- erer seasons ago, with the out- ' look the same as at the present, Mr. Bowling took seyenteen bales from a fifteen acre tract. *':• have found out one thing and rhat is that this is one of the best fruit countries on earth," con- tinued Mr. Bowlinger, "and I have lived in Missouri, Kansas, -- Colorado and in fact the recog- nized fruit states of the union. The climate and soil is unsur- passecLior apples.and vine stuff, and if properly tended will yield as good as any in any country ftnder the sun." Mr. Bowlinger recognized the the rapid improvements of Cro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 4 August 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

1 -jfljjffi f f «■ «f ■ ' llSfeSP ••'••<••'trf i. 5HEa&aaWe <:C: ' ' :S -.,:,VL' ■ -■ .. .- m * * J ESs f«;- ;.,'351*1 UM Ifc Bill Mfet?'' SP ^sgn Sfife ■r$&m ' ■Mi A Newspaper For The Whole People Of The CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910. Everything For Crosb w$m Crop In Crosbyton Country * ■ ■■.. ■ ■ , ' . Cropi Were Never Bitter in the History of Crosby County - Than at Present 1 X ft - Taking the crop all round and as r whole it was never better than now. . Wheat has been har- vested pd oats as well, the harvest has T>een all and even more than was_expected. Wheat on the plains east of Crosbyton has made as high as thirty two bushels--to-the acre so we are en- formed by Mr. A. J. Abernathv who threshed the crop. Oats made as high as seventy one bu- shels and the cotton and kaffir corn as well as maize, cane, etc. is as fine as one could find. Mr. Punchard, one of our best farmers, who lives fuur miles southwest of town4ias the finest , $11 roun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

" ' ' I -■m,L Condemnation Notice. k /' - i' c 0 ,1 ^ The State of Texas, { County of Crosby:! /" ' " On this the 8rd day of August, A. D. 1910, J. V. Leatherwood, W. M. Rob- ertson and A. K. Lackey, special com- misioners appointed by the Court to assess the damages to Mary E. Thomp- son and the unknowu heirs of S. D, Thompson, deceased, by reasoSTof the location of a railroad on land belonging to Mid Mary E. Thompson and tho ur>- , ter tti(i ^ known heirs of S. D. Thompson, de- | , ceased, in Crosby county, Texas, aft is more fully Set out in the petition of v.a ru«>i>l nn.<3nii'i'tn<iains Railroad m 11$ mm ml w ■ the Crosbyson-Southplains Company, filled out with the Honorable Pink l£ Parrish, County Judge of Cros- by County, Texas, on the 1st day of August, A. D. 1910, said commissioners been duly sworn ' to assess said es fairly and impartially and in accordance with law do hereby appoint as the place and time for hearing said parties and said matters, .the offic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

t •" 4 | I M J 1 i ESSS Niggerhead Coal, Lump Rjock- Salt, Posts, Barb Wire, "Hay, Grain and Hog Wire. New Wago Yard, East of Railroad on Broadway.v Lubbock, Tex . Review Representative Makes Extended Trip Likes the Plains Country Better StIN After Visit in East Texas. Mr. N. H. White, the Review representative, made a trip leav- ing Crosbyton on Monday of last week ar.d returned on Saturday, and says that everything looks better and is more pleasant in the Crosbyton Country than any part he visited. Leaving Crosbyton he landed in Spur and found things going nicely along on all lines and the people in good spirits, and many talking of Crosby ton. From Spur he made his trip to Stamford and there found many old friends glad to shake hands and still boosting Stamford, and many who have been reading the Re- view waiting to sell out to come to the Plains and the Crosbyton Country. After spending the v. night in Stamford/he made his Sstops at every station down the Texas Central, distribu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

■' 7:i ' ' 1 ,iWI ■■ I :'j.t -'—..ii* g|§ifcpiB||B "1, m m 11 wm wVfc \i.\VA-*: „ H jwa , "V t" • ;e ' ;MS* M l: i MS ii 2WW5 3 Mmm,, a ism* -. Wf^PPWlW OFFICE OP Arrives mm wKfejife >'".K-,1 ■sgv.v S-V-yr' •*"' ' :■•• .' i&.'r &£-«':- , Hp I aafAc' i ■ ■• m ggf JOHNSON REAL ESTATE CO. IBfllCity Property'..; We have city lots at prices and te-swtrHftlso smalL of land from one acre to 160, some improved near city, take advantage and get in ahead of the railroad which is fast ap- proaching here. Call and be convinced, good schools and churches here. i-Barney Johnson & Co. '^^rrjr-- Post Office Bldg. JPublic Square Crosbyton, Texas. t ■ ■ + ~ ■ .>• Read the Review Ads. Professional and Business •i. ....Directory.... per inch per month. E LLOYD A. WICKS Attorncy-al-LaW General Practice. Abstracting and Land Transfers a Specialty. Crosby too, Texas fp ? *' ; ■ . — ( &<£' ife; Vi&- y •<* spjp; & ifijtA. T, 0- M ■ ®w DR. R. P. STOOPS Pyhsician and Surgeo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

■ ^ £sSH3J mtsmtg, fflMS M * Mmhiktiu 35s#|vv A 3 i :' wf . a J 3 ,fc H -" <:• • -. . .«. .~£ ^ r • !_ * • * .4 ! ' *i * r i *': *"«l r vS Air " Jkt if wmim**'1: s* . U: =*f: Is&Sg 5=5=s! i?$lxi T <& T & <$> <$> & & T T <^> 4f T <£> 1 I . v,,- •;' i Is Now On The Market ■ In Small Sized Tracts • ' " ,1 ' ^ V ' - 1 ' "The Ga teway To the Western Plains" • • ^ . Watch This Space for Prices and Terms v • ' In The Next Issue mi Bpp Mni FFraiiil H H^S^a MMI 'iffpftei U| /dras| SHaHl Istafl fctx- f*vv * 7.:-v i f W®&iFWi ipH ji ■ ■ ■ ■ 'mJ 20 Acre Tract Given Free to ^££5*? uwwwv*|^w un Course of the Convention at Galveston. The management of the second day's events happily saved Mr. Colquitt from that obscuration which the proceedings of the first day at Galveston seemed to make imminent. For a moment it seem- ed as if the only distinction he might get out of the occasion would be that which the conven- tion could not withhold: to wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

Mil r" "'. „ ., ;■ , - Mlfeg . > :*r. " 1 -- •-.-••--'-t -ft •;: w*4* ■ *, «... ,-w Vv.'W • -r i c«.,r •• w * K' ';■ ■&<*>(+* Mayor Gaynor Shot Boost With all Your Might By Assassin! **r v. f®'. v .;«. J •?■•■ :;.. * ifcWJ BSiHi en iHw«i:,vwrJl §P — SWX* v- 4 ' '•'w%v1WI TO,- W,' j,.,. '' ">"|V YViV rt pi--Operate its first train into CROSBYTON December 1. 1910 which will be the firstv regular train ever operated into CROSBY sfifrS'J 15, 1910, the C B Company will place ultural landh on the and the Crosbyton- ains Townsite Company town lots in CROS- for sale. A vast body. t agricultural lands in nhandle, and the choicest CROSBYTON will thus to purchasers. and prices reasonable 1 be quoted on any tract ion application, either in on or through correspond - . J Address all correspond- 1, C B Live Stock Company, iby ton, Texas. " ♦ **". .«/W. • £ I 1000 bushels of good oatB. 600 bundles of good millet. " '1 in good shape and close in. L. ELLISON OSBYTON, - TEXAS It When ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

40|| "Kjt> . to* jL < -*+ * * i ... i A- [ ~4 -4h r. OK XX Crosbyton DEALERS IN for the Household, Farm, Ranch and Trail Now is the time to begin to make our store your headquarters and select your goods of whatever nature you have to buy. Our stock of merchandise consists of W * - — - - — ....... ....... ... nearly everything to be had and is fresh from the markets. Our store is full, and the basement is full, all the warehouses are full, and more goods coming. D Groceries That Please We have a heavy stock of the very best groceries and can please you in anything you want to eat. Wfe handle ttie best brands and the goods are new and fresh. Come in or phone in or send in, just so you get the habit of buying at our store and selling us your produce. \ o Hardware and Implements -A* We have a complete line of hardware, heavy or shelf goods, builders hardware, etc. In implements we have most anything you want and its all the best. We have nothing cheap or shoddy, and can fix you u...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

SHhI iawi ;f •.: ^wISI Mf^fi t m&Mi Wiips, BffiteJ5® 4 ff^, H&ULlh sn W*; n t£' if^f. ^.'A^y''i ^^v^^^rcpP|WHiP|PWWBB ■hk^I OT?; !■■■■■■■■■ mb^r* >F*pw W ■* ■. vafi«-«-W -•4 11111 The Crosby ton Published Everj Ttondny By The WHITE PRINTING CO. {NOT INCORPORATED! FRANK E. WHITE, Editor and Prop. g&fial §? Ion $1.00 leCopy Year -r— 1 as Second ClasaMatter Jan. 1909 at the Post Office at Orosby- jer the act of March 8/ , I have never found a bet- ter, truer set of citizens any- where than I have found fn Cros- by county, and it has been pleasant to work with and few; them.; |. ;; p My reason for selling 'the News, if the people care to VERTISING RATES ' _ display ad, $12.50 per week. - display ad $7.00 per week, one half page 20c per inch lit Locals and readers 10c each insertion. advertising on the first page, is hot speified all advertis- will be run until ordered charged for accordingly. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. mous - - reflection upon the standing or reputation of any...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

tmmm Is Now On The Market K* D With the Crosbyton-Southplains Railroad from Lubbock to Crosbyton now assured, and work upon the same progressing rapidly on a large scale, Mr. A. L. Ellison, one of Crosby ton's first settlers, has yielded to the importunities of his friends and business acquaintances, and has consented to place upon the market, in Blocks and Lots, 160i acres of the finest, smoothest, most level land adjacent toCrosbyton. A Foreword to Purchasers About Crosbyton Historical ^W0 an(* one"^a^ years a£°> ^he Present site of Crosbyton was a cutting ground for cattle. Now it is admitted, by by all who have seen it, to be the most progressive, modern and substantial town of its age upon the Plains. TtllQlTIAQ^ Imnrrivpmpi'ltfc Crosbyton has two modern, up-to-date general stores, one drug store and ice cream * parlor, two Hotels, one racket store, one barbershop, one blacksmith shop, one automobile garage and machine shop, one gin and grist mill, one grain warehouse and el...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 August 1910

: mm ppi i:\ ■' ' 1SU .. H Sale Begins ! !Sp&' If ,-f. • ' i '! .,K J? ■ • f L •' I" I have thrown my entire stock of dry goods!, hats, caps, boots and clothing on the 'market at wholesale prices, absolutely at cost. Now is the time to make your money count, now is the time to buy, I am going to give you the greatest bargains in suits, underwear, etc, you ever heard of. Don't be afraid of our proposition, it won't hurt you, but will save you money. So come early. Just look at the great bargains I am offering, you cannot afford to miss them. We are offering you the greatest induce- © J ~ ... + ' r ' • ^ ments of the times. Look at our prices. Read the Price-List and see for Yourself f • _ • v Many articles not quoted here will go in this sale and you ^will find everything at a reduced price. It will pay you to come many miles to buy goods at this sale. Come! 01 M • • EHH • - A $3.50 hate for $2.50 A $5,00 hat , for 4.00 A 75c boys hats for ,... .55 . t I ' All other hats in propo...

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