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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1910

W#; t^'«• ' ;" ',J| «8 Kin r£ <?'.* TiSCi <:,-' ;vr ->• ■■.. , wmml m \ ■ *■' •*• V-!:; C I; .ffev" :'V* M$ gj / *- -*5 H ;^v:'f :—<—.—; =— ww : ■]!■< ; mml Ml mw HEA D QUARTER S T"r. i i*" • "■,■■,''.■■■ •-& ■ .,„•. - i ■ i m. ii j| - J 1 ■•■ " "" '"■ . ,., i Htf i > ft ,& s®43b I. i.imi I Mill « I Will I I I I III ■ —<rr You will find Our store the place where your money will buy the most goods and we are ever ready to wait on thfe A visit to our store will convince you that we have the goods, and the quality and pricfcof goods will causeyou be our customer ' MarY JL. :4d < 3$g, I U^rrH-' _ B R Y AN T-L IN K C O .; D T T HP T? - "V -;lip K_J7 JL Vy XV,^ JL JL* jlV1 XIL: x. V" Lines Daily Except Sunday (/ Connecting Spur, Lubbock and Floydada v ia Crosbyton Arrives and departs in connection with train xn order to avoid tnia tne milk la placed In the bottles In which the starters are to be made, the tumbler covers are placed In position, and the whole...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 1 September 1910

„ MV§, - • MM iMMMMiiM #** * ^•..£,'."1^; 1 -..?,..i.: • v,-%: k.-:'<:.«/•;•* rs-.SstWiia«Kiws .wJffSfc; ■/"i <«; ' ffi iV n ■ tlill <■!«.v s, i?v HEW ;•:* \ |g|| PHa si I^K! Ilii ' 4 ••/' ^ t JS I i§ " ill mm m Wmmmii* 'r -.'■' '■ K:/: wirfB 1M1 "jf il w WW v, ■.< ' Wv?..:' "jfjiJB t|* t % / V -v . ''^r ■■ - ••••'• is *t; km$ • v V;^*vy: p8i ;i Si lliiitll ; ■".'• ■' '■ '• : /f lltl &•.' ■ * Ssil 1 .s ill MS IE 5ST COURTEOUS TREATMENT ig'iM Mm l$«fe T0-BAT1 wumw^ iwawTC^rfigag'ga? !0C PROMPT ATTENTION IB •Quj-oCiiJafcj^j'bKJ •,o do with the prosperity of a com- We must'look to the fstork >ur population. lexas has the larg ,st fabWKW# m fhe size of the average Texas family is 5.25, afid mtK m *4 average family in the United States is 4.75. "7e have in Texas' 122,000 births an- itariy; which' ft a.birth.livery,tfour minutes. ^ , c ; A- -' H< r f■•:•••' •• x- vic*^. Local & Pe AXv v ^-*>!«' •'> • vf •"!. i f J,. ,*!' Claud Benton spent Thursday <tf l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

41mr > • *** ■ «•*# MAXIMIM*. n^.tt'iKWMwkwMM E ' jTraij* , ; <-• -f *•. ■ ** •t^;;^'r; 'V'T f .-it! 'rW* '? |1W pfpifl «... v .?.• -.. « '■■ - "i'-:>"..: IF ■■' ■;>-'s's/: m8$£m0 0 -. ■tr tvS"v'"; M - , i; ^go|S '.: f A Newspaper For The Whole People Of Tfce South Plaint Of Texts. VOL 2. CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1910. . v • . -lawiMi -V'-r- Jy-fWfSl ■ ; ^ ;v^> ."^"T ' : r> ■■; : -.4 —- ■W&'' NO. 35 The County Seat Situation As i Seen by an Early Comer And Well Wisher to Crosby County 0 It can but appear deplorable to all but deprived minds that an event like the approaching election to deteaminethe location of the County Seat of Crosby Co. for at least the next five years, should be influenced by any con- siderations other than the ben- efit arid advancement of the county* at large and its' people as a whole. It must be regarded as the duty of and credit to all good citizens to use their in- fluence atid ballot for the great- est...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

' - m mmm jf % ■.t,W-s -DEALERS IN :mim ■* 'Kit W-'A Ife ■'> Everything for the Household, Farm, Ranch and Trail OW that the times are good it will pay everybody in the town or in the country to look out for the best place to trade. The best place to trade is the place where Such Is the Crosby ton Supply Store. We have most anything to be found in ,the city and the quality is as high, and the price is as low as can be made in keeping with good business. . . . • • \fe haV *K'iv§ St ;g . i n, anl?' mlatif ural At tcop ties',' >ulttti %£i: Dry Goods and Furnishings In this department you will find a complete and well assorted stock of all kinds of Dry Goods, Ladies' and Genfs Ready-to-Wear Garments and of the highest quality. Nothing cheap or shoddy. ^Nothing shelf-worn-~but strictly new and up-to-the-minute. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Boots. In fact anything you may want. Farm Tools and Implements We have the best line of farm tools and implements, wagons, hacks, buggies, and Ml kinds o...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

. •♦•••• 7 ■ " '■''■■I "'" :v"'"4 • ■■■ 'V'" ' ■ .7- ' ..... ./ j. :4' ■ V. fir i ' •' vik 'vr*' ■« w-f ;K;"rrfc ")" •: «ltf„ ItJi RELATIVE TO MOVING THE COURT HOUSE FROM EMMA TO CROSBYTON. PERSONAL MENTION ■'.■i '■i,,!11! ^ir 5 r* Wc " ; W f '• « I '^®8 .•«V\ L m- Judge Ferguson of Lubbock was in tdwq this week. F. Tilphreyrof'near Floydada, was selling some fine apples \n Crosbytona few days ago and they were as fine as any you ever saw from Arkansas or any other country. Oscar Clapp of Hawley, Jones County, Texas, was in Crosby- ton last week and tells us that he is delighted with the Plains and that l\e may locate temporarily here soon. . J. H. Moses of Emma was over to the City the other day and brought along four big loads of maize That is what CrosBytoir is offering, a first class "market for everything. ' ~:r^ZT~ S. V Reed Of Cone was in the City Saturday and tells us that everything out his way is look- ing well and that he is glad tb see so much 'improvements go- ing on .r...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

mm 1 m m i BM 'i BB ®ra« :M The Crosbyton | Published Every Thursday By . The WHITE PRINTING CO. [NOT INCORPORATED] FRANK E. WHITE, Editor and Prop. Entered as Second Class Matter Jan. Post .Gflfice at Crosby- under the act of March 3 advertising rates' pftge display ad, $12.50 per week, e display ad $7.00 per week. Leas than one half page 20c per inch Locals and readers 10c each insertion. • No display advertising on the flratpage. When time is not speified all advertia- ng raatt?r will be run until ordered A ' ■ -r-prr out and pharged for accordingly. N.OTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erronous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of enyjjeraon, Arm or corporation which Riltl may appear irtlw «ul«n« of the ~^tl6 the> live together. 'J Review will be glady corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Four Issues One Mouth. ion 3%,; t .<['••• iiu. B&v® Hfe 4 THE VAtUF OF TIME. How many of us realize why we are living today? Are we On- ly to fill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

v. '.' . .V Jv$S . m m ■ ^ . N' ' * > # ■v| I 4!' > • i im ■' 'W x:-V'-U'1-1'. ~'/5 7 ■ .... 1W ; v.... ( > • - yWt& s' ki«rr' - -r \ . . •; - - • 1 • . .5-- *-.■•—■. ■ r ': - lasSa® £■ HE A DQUARTERS EV E R A*iW. ING a m 11 ■" 1 You will find our store the place where your money will buy the most goods and we are ever" ready to wait on the trade* A visit to our store will Convince you that we have the goods, and the quality and price of goods will cause you to be our customer. *'I ■ , . > I • : . . ' ANT-LINK CO., vjjjj/ SPUR,TEXAS | or 50,394,000 bushels, the ayer- <$> age proportion on hand for the <$. j past ten years on Angust 1st! j The average condition of bar- | ley on August 1st was 70, as j compared with 73.7 last month 85 4 <,n Auerust 1st, 1909, 83.1 on August 1st, 1908, and 85,3 the ten years average on August 1. About 7,263,000 bushels or 4 3 per cer.t of the 1909 crop was <f; on farms August 1st. The preliminary estimate of the area of r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

!3 —- ' i'Jlfi y1'... >>jV\•' 'A . i.-v• ' .• 1 ii- . *• llPil !K&u ,,-r >• '*n • .-,.^,<.a«SS..'S. .;■ i?... Business Locals Date Set For Sale of Railroad ■MB l$*.1 W. D. PET2EL,„C«#hl ,' , . Vice-President . President m m®. v ■ ■>*> ISirtrt iv< i wi p IK.... ■ ■IMf.'-., |:\.?- '. m>::' R*~ ■Ssiiv.- International and Great Northern to be Auctioned at Pal- estine Sept: 15th. hkl_ The entire property of the In- ternational and Great-Northern Railroad will be auctioned off to the highest bidder at the Passen- ger Depot at Palestine, Texas. rt " • September 15. The time Was set by Master (Commissioner W. H. Flippen of Dallas, Texas, under instructions of the United States Circuit Court at Dallas on" May ^lOLksfcforeclosing the giortgage on the road. The sale is to be ^ at public aubtjpn, 4 'without valu : ation, appraisement, redemption or extension and with all the mu- ' niments Of title." ,Each bidder must deposit with the Master ■$k Commissioner the sum o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

I ,'*' " ' I ,'* Vy. , 1 -r- ,s, j, ' ' ■ ' V ' V *. ■' '' ^v^''' r ®S ',..'• ' ' ■ " ' '• , V . ■ ■ ' " '■' ■ ■!■*' '°"V^!: '•'• /*, :•.■ i...'v • ■".■. ,<.'-'V^ w/vV.^v*-: ■:'■ ■••;■>.; . ..■ 1 ■■! * v - - --. i .. -ft ...■"..,' •> ■ -. .' - W ' . ' 1 • . _.w V"- * !' -:■-•■'■ 4 -*. • glfpj, v *• ■ ■'•XbinsXw &&£'">. .-m S i, "" ' ~ 3£n V " @81 ■ " !li« rati®m 1; .■ ■■1.'-- -* : =St v" _ 1 4- '•: -.•>. "-•• ''>'■■ • «'• •' w" ' ■■• ... - .;'.fffS-pi4Mr •■-.■ *£« V* • "' 9SSS Bgeaggpecgg J V-nf-4* ■'.. 'i&4* fcr'-'C^fe v.'-*1 sysHp^pl i \ 1 JWflfc KVffC-v V;- ■r*.yfci -v.'.:', '.. r wa ■ X "i K. J. Matthews has ptaced his holdings two miles east of Mt Blanco, Texas, on the market This ranch, consisting of 1500 acres of fine agricultural and grazing land has been cut into subdivisions, of any size to suit purchasers, according to the quality of the land and the improve- i ments thereon. ■ .' ■.V-W ■/'C ■■:■( V.'v; This is an offer that will interest you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

¥; i EtVtnSN(if." ''>&'•'? \?rU* SSfflSSHN bk?^?-: •; - mm: imm-- KfJjJjfl ra yftfwMjSifa B=== * i ./ *"•/ ■'■" "a. . on as it Jplcists Here T Continued from first " • ~jMPI people of Crosby County, : H *«• ■—-r—:.i:::i« Crosby Coun have the higgrot end of the prop- ■ ' .. *SV _ l- m Co| 000 prif he J H ■ J'" >, erty, and have every line of bw- be considered every way favorable by the citizens ofCros- Hy Cottnty. ; / on the Cj^byton- Railroad will be right through and will run the train in on scheduled time December 1,1910, if something .unforeseen does not happen. Now is the time to locate in a live town, among live people and where you can educate the chil- dren and find all the other advan- tages of a great city in f" few days. The railroad will come and with it will come hundreds of people and with them will come new businesses of every kind, so now is the time-get in the band wagon and take a ride. ■Hi mn kil 5? r V! v., ' ' V'- ■ "■ ji/f'-'l w>" '■ .'i': 1 , . ___...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

- ^ GROCERY - v HAVE THE BEST, LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE UNI COURTEOUS TREATMENT - " OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH - People Will Talk. Yes people will tall^ Thq sayins is true— They talk about me - They talk about you. If we go to the opera Somebody will say, We should go to church ^ And learn how to pray. If we go to church And offer our prayers, They say we Care hypocrites" * And putting on airs. If we are rich Theyljall us a theif; Scoff at our sorrows And laugh at our grief. If we are poor, They say we shirk, We'er always lazy, A^nd never would work. They talk of our prospects, They talk of our past, And if we are happy They say it can't last. They talk, of our loved ones, They talk of our foes; They talk of our follies They talk of our woes. They talk of our joys, They talk of our fears* They talk of our smiles They talk of our tears. -«L, TKoy talk if we are single, we wed; BmMttprus living, They taJk of us dead. Tho' we live like an angel, With circumspect walk; Our efforts are...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 8 September 1910

-IVv. ± u r brogoe and beard misfits ■ ' y-": ll to Alton Woman Clip® Hlraute Adorrv> monta of Her Husband with the " t ■ ( Pfciijlly iolaaerer - St. Louis, Mo.—Convinced her hut- band's Irish brogve and GennattJ>eard did not barihoitlso, Mrs. Doll Hildreth of Alton amputated half of his board the other night with her buttonhole soissors, while the husband was sleep- lag. •' : y : As she had spent several years vainly trying to eliminate the brogue, she decided the beard was the more vulnerable. When HUdreth awoke In the morn- ing he went immediately, as has been his wont of late, to revel in the .reflect, tioa of hla face. He looked at tbe glaiw^i momedt, horrified. "Phat th* jooce and Tom Walker!" he exclaimed. "Husband, t cannot tell a lie," the v>fwife'" eald with firm gentleness, 1 did it with my little scissors." Hildreth went to his brother's and had the reat of his beard shaved off. sa i-llpV Fiaaafe' HS'H rr' • t 3vNl|f, X. • i ! OFFICE-C7 johnson real rsute co. Ci...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

PH m " • ^ • :> v..;;;.:' Ml ••rV'i, 9S$ ft$& . ..|§feip^n M Wm VOL 2. For Tt Wholi Peopl* Of The South Plains Of Tom r.-rr. ,■■'■■ CROSBYTON, CBOSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1910. Still Something Doing it is in good shape. We called on that estaolishment. twice this Id City Of Crosby ton week but both, times the "proprie- tor was at his meals and I- ? More People, More Business; s More and Better Busi- ness Opportunities — 1 -On our rounds amorijgrthe busi- ness men of Crosby tori this week we find that more and better goodsare coining to GroibyJtQjij 0ne that each week. We find that we now have more stores and all do- ing a good business and well pleased with our outlook for the future. . It was our pleasure' to call on the X" F. Lktlefield furniture and dru£ store and we find they hive o.'i3 of the best and neat- est places we have seen in the west. Mr- LittlefieH, the pro- prietor, in attendance himself and states that he is selling some furniture every day ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

mp aV-HW nflWHBin —,. i up rniiwfiBffifr fo*' *fffi ^^^7<pW^fW^ "1% JS^™ ' HI —*?■■ ■■' •• „ ~i 'V'• "J ■;;; .v; : ^v,.-:;'"'\''".:;*-. ' ' > . . •'. • ---••"^' '-T^*v" > "■ . . .;!':v',. Mi., .'■ *•• ^ '-'.;..J. r .... .V' .- s," ' ' X, «Lu . „ X4 ,rWi •ty, '' i## h■■■;■■■*■ * * |Sk ray ■'< I—- >« I •■ u / I ^ {SKI •. •• v'.' nr.'.$ The Devil m®uw m# im#oi> < '.. 'mo. „TO.™™ - *- * ffiTTllTi A " il'" T# I" -v-;''^. (THE MIRAGE') king." . I O M£ le of jthe r, and ali mm arable, I Countl i r * the desert, lie ■■ ■- '"' i •'V _ . J.M, -**w _- made it in the nigjifc* ct; He made it-in a hurry and he | -r-- i didn't make it right. <'la making of the desert he\ itifc- J in >too much sand entirely too mjicK heat | . myJtt'-fti God-fpigaken land. One time while I was wandering | out on the defiert dre#, '.♦ I spied a lake of water, cold | and crystal clear. v My horse was reeling under me, my mouth as dry as toast, This part I hate to tell you but] old Mack was s...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

- L ' % i. .St...;- -•* c V %? "A 1 'Mf> ... ;- ; v . , ;V iiiiiMi "' "&&3S$r' ■A /"■' JvAi 2 Jv | t| .. -.'-V.Vi. - - :i : | • <*♦ '. «*•% ''* X ■" " '■ ' :^N4«^16 - V - r- Report of the condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK ■ . . : .■ V K ♦ ' ' • ,.^ ■.-• at Emma, in the State of Texas, at the vloae cf business Se± t: the 1st 1910 RESOURC S L^ans and discounts ........66,614.69 Overdrafts, secured and.un- secured........ V. .1,337.38 0. S. Fonda to secure circu- lation 10,000.00 Premiums on U. S. bonds 462.60 Banking 'house, furrii ure and ftxtgres „.,..... .2,428.84 Due fiom mtional banks (not ^ ^reserve egents) .........5,104.07 D_e from, approved rt serve —'• agents 21,348.96 Checks and o„her cash items 65.61 V Notes f other National banks 755.00 - ractional paper currency, nicke's, and cehts 37.07 JLajful money reserve in bank, viz? Specie;..' 4,352.80 Legal tender notes 4,352.80 Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer (5 o | Q of ci culation...500.00 Total :: .113,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

mm >& p iPii 54 -> fSBf* '£> | ^ HfN' M 1 ffli ; V"'v-.- ,;; ... MrS, s- 'r**'"' ■> . H-v #«S ■^"p---.-, ..■.,y-v,f .p; !tiiiV''" '*V '.. '" ' ' ■',-•*■ \*'*l ':- -'ft'l V-aj ER , . , «§*PI' iN:G ' 2 HBBK?^ I hHI , - r," .:«•'! • «if 1. * !!,.'! • j1!11. "■ . 11■>; ,j |,:,■; ■ - ,K..rr ^T'7 fT"% , r?r^v$r——j ... . •.1 . _i*3« $ v^g B™8BS8Ba^^ -where yourjisoitey will buy the most goods, and we-are ever ready^to wait on the tra to Our store will convince you that we have the goods, and the quality and price of goodswtf II cause you to be our custom- i i^' ' ' • . ' /-.••■ w*;.- 1 — — ' •' 'I u? *> T> K. C O ., • w..-. •*•" «• •• •. • V ' SPUR7TEXA ■! ■ Klv f v . ,• .. Texas Central Railroad Co. ei's4J Meeting Notice is hereby given that a Special meeting of the Stock- holders of Xexas Central Railroad IplflfS &W ,: ,ff ; " I £?■ ®§ V.' Mm £K^-'v - iX'^ • */>:«/ Ite m/'t r m H|| i*t" ; Company has been called by the v:;.-V v board of directors of said c...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

HP- ' *' l..'* L . .ir - : ' ' \ "" . ¥ ■ ;".„ •• .- v ' ^ ; * - ""W ... - -'* *V . , •• ... ,'. ;. - ■• * .'•; i ■ jt ■ ' ' ■••'.: - ...' —'**. " ■ ■■■ m m ., . 'v, '. .' " r r' - ...: ■ ■ ^..|W.— „ «w, j- .; -7 . ,.;5 .SraSaSll * U Railway Statistics For Fiscal Year ITS ;:v II Vv'- ' .... ^ " My stock of Ladies' and Misses* Fall Hats have arrived and you are cordially invited, to call and inspect them at least before you buy. You will find them in Sneirs store in Crosby ton. When it comes to style I can please you and the price is in keeping with your pocket book. Yours to please Small Amount of New Mileage -Volume of traffic Increased . H. White . & I When in Spur, Texas, see H. S. HARTLEY On 5 Street, for all kinds of seed grain and feedstuff. "Nigger Head" and Colorado lump coaflT Postoak wood. Mixed Meal and Hulls-DIXIE CREAM ALL KINDS OF FIELD SEED Opposite Texas Spur Office I. ■>i' \ -V ...^ ft :'• ffi;' r* ■■■" t ';b | The following statistics with : reference to Ame...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

, '<M' ■vJ ?'A;' V ' .■ -i> .. — V J ■■V x.r-..v.-i ' rr - *•' -v. .. ' ' ' A . . % , • ■&, ; ' • ... • .. 55! >r " "• ; fa ,auuw-ii!. u-ijuu'.'J . mwi -M- V w. SL ,, " leBwKs,, 4itf *"* " HAVE THE BEST, LARQEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE ONE OF "PURE FOOD GROCERIES' _ - EOUS TREATMENT - OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND CLEAN - PROMPT ATTENTION % Jfe * 1, •>v M .. ' i • 1 V- .J; ■I m in w:1 } } m * ;4' r,/r ' 'v \ r '^4^ .. . b ;,wf ■: I r • ■ p® G ■■ nued from page 1 ' M MsthE jsmft iF^ E§ifp!«4] Efef :! -^•,- .-•■jiW' •tip or certificate of exemption ? «wer! He does not, if he e of that age before Janq- . . 1909. Otherwise he must have a poll tax receipt. Same laws, page 13, section 7. ^ 7. Poll trx must have been paid in county, where you resided "anuary 1> 1909. if youjresid- in thiSstate at that time. See same laws, page 18, ie^bn' 10. 8. , If you have lost your poll tax receipt or certificate of ex- emption, you do not lose your vote, but may make affidavit of such lo...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 1910

I' ** 4: % \ r/f ' #. 1 ~ ' V- > ■ 1 •'■v.- . 7 " , - ■ " '.i- ■ < >- ' ■ I ■ ■ J - 1 \'KT< ■KSt-' K. J. Matthews has placed his holdings two miles east of Mt. Blanco, Texas, on the market ranch, consisting of 1500 acres of fine agricultural and grazing land has been cut into smalt subdivisions, of any size to^suit purchasers, according to the quality of the laritf and the improve- ments thereon. ' *"7 "7- \ \ v . ■ ..7 9 \ . 7 7. Jh1! is an offer that will interest you. The crowded cities are daily sending thousands of men, women and children back to the-; iarm ana small town. No one lives in a city now-a-daya jinless'he cannot get away. • . 1 . ' - * , . *"e south plains of Texas, a district of wonderful fertility and productiveness, is fast becoming the Mecca of those seeking a a? - where character can broaden and posterity develop, hampered only by the broad hori horizon and the a a free healthful - culture As the south plains of Texas is but a newly developed region...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 15 September 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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