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

n r; ■ l:':m w ' vtM I iMFM - : i mr fp 7,-r ~ sA '■• <; •••>' TW* % ;~S i'-W ■ ■ ^ipr , . .. • .ii % M f 7,vnfl|!C M&p^JPgs yp'*1"' Plain Of ttrn. CROSBYTQN, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY; SEPTEMBER 18, 1810. bssaaSfeagstti aa afasa e) ", ;•', ■■ „ i. a ■••,'. ' ae tfliStri&WIHC -s^sr.ou ——r jf of Election Gives Crosbyton 198. Emma —ii—— ' ~ " ... - .r*| >A* • ..it l.fi ;fi Halts, Says Yoakum EXTRA •itOi J.',f: vv- rSr rfe-1? ■ Declares Mp y Canni* Now Be Obtained forlexas Project* . ■■-: .-. ■ _ H ';The foltewi'hg is a copy of a. f letter received by a committee of Alice business men from B. F. Yoakum, with whom and his sociates. they had been, negotia- ting for the extension of the Browhsville Railroad from Kings- ' -rnThls TStiat-t . Yoakum announces a sus- of the negotiations, aud as ihe reason the enact- so called Interna- Northem claim U. As throwing light on that on from the viewpoint of a railroad builder, the letter is instructive. It reads as follows: $gw ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 September 1910

' •! K ! «J 1 j ' V'W sffiPl wr®T"i *, 'S^^SJBS ■■■■ . ' v^"W «i MM ISSii®' w "<:• y■' Iff vpHHHVI 11 i i 11 Sfc: J. Matthews has placed his holdings two miles east of Mt. Blanco, Texas, fflttjffig market- ' --'wUMM '• | ''-n|j||| ... ;■ ••■'■ - n«* ^ &&vm, Li'^'V'": . |o "suit purchasers, according to the quality of the land and the improve- 111.:.. V'-. -X! ■,:.v;;.'^.. 1 v\ Sh£ BH[| (tl „ ....;f -if f^e^S"'1' ■*'■'•'• •j-N"''. "i~ j|'-^~ '•'.•■•••••.'^-''^ttfar- --.J I . .... ... v,.r>. . PPH . ,, This is an offer that, will interest you. The crowded cities are daily sending thousands of men, women and children back to the farm and small town. Noone lives in acity npw-a-days unless hecannot get aWay. . , *T"~ * " laijis of Texas, a district U wonderp I^tyiM^d^e^s^aiast becomingl^ec*a;^ fe, where charactetfc&nla acteirfimfpost^ty develop, hampe red only by the broad horizon and the heattnro. culture the hand of the cattle barons, lands have re. '#3sk ,/i .'-,^r— ...

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

"" • ' Vw*l .V «.,..« i*. "> <*. «Mv >lbBi'<- • .. M ♦** «.<4** V ' <*• '* ' •' ' ' < • • * HSil'JMi jgp i~~ -r ~ '•■. t V*.'"'. n* ^Tf-|rVr H', /Railroad Laws of State of Texas 'W, .. :S?&b* BBBSmya e: * \''1 - „• .4 w—:t •-J •'.- The present session of the Tex- as Legislature, called ostensibly for the purpose of giving us some remedial insurance law, has seen that has n6t itfranged for,, funds toc&ixy on construction will be forced to stop. Tie Crosbyton- Southplains Railroad has all the funds necessary to- carry on its work and will not be affected by this law. But it is one out of a very, very few that have suffi- cient capital back of them to go fit to place upon our statute ahead with new work. This ina- boOks a law known as the Inter- J bility to build is not the fault of national arid Great Northern Act j*he railroads, but it is because s. ■ 7W- Wr 4 w !•' ''V . i _ 1 -J and which we believe, in com- mon with a great number of peo- ple throughou...

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

l'..:J:Wammmz:> ••■■ •;.- •■•'Vv;-'./ga*,'|Kj II iiiiiiiiiiii IN ) JrctHv* fijs E68S®8$eS iMM nm' fe' ">•' «R* njMfpil SMSnMnJBeM' * ' ,f-1, {.v.; ■••£; .!■ ; ■*. *iM iS II Dealers in '""• v • --vj ■, io;..., -.'• IS _ ■; ur Stock is up to all from the best markets, j Etc., Etc. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES ur Dry goods and Groceries are of the very hest and the stock new and clean. Our Gents and Ladies Ready-to-Wear garments are all the latest styles and best wearers. Now is the time to come and see the goods and make your purchases. wmm wmsmw' EH2g| mm wi%WW!lawS iia- 1 .o Mwl sn Sili® aaajpEw ' Wmm mm! BEffi mi Wk't ■ mrhm HRMa# , Implements, Wagons, Windmills, t," m. WE HANDLE EVERYTHING , ■ - . **" • « he best is none too good for our customers and we have a stock well assorted and from which we can please the most exacting. Give us a call. OUR You Will Be Well Treated at Near Center of Crosby Couiity ■ H ; ■ if Mfe PY . |w*! M- .ffei f fe;: hMfil I I *> 1 | ' [-■ i I 1 I I...

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

f-ftit' *i'„,in>M>H mKkffl^wSSjBW^" Brtppf* immBi m ^B5,7Wj| =5—55 V v*i.ia mm iipfip Pill Ufa Story of "Uncle Hank" Smith .wi,,. v..,,.. v..,^.,^ Visiting in Amarillo, Colored with Romance and Adventure H ■>&*■• •' •V-'.-f'- : ■/:• ;■ : , ' r-v wife of Mt Blanc are >>y -vKA* -■-&y "Uncle Hank Smith and his guests of Mr. aijfl Mrs. Fred fiorsbrough at 1410 Harrison Street. This announcement carries it but little interest, but when connected with a few of the incidents £nd the .setting of the lives of-the visitors, it readi- er ' *' ly claims predominance in IP • >. V>">y -v:~ MSwimiiilx each other:Cpr first favor in estimate of the #rand old couple, and carriages from still ay fcS -.l-.-i . '~*~'' • '■ ^ 'T minds x>f those who take delight in listening thgu ever thickening veil of the pfest. ^ . , , A native'of Germany, Hank Schmidt cante to the United States when a jnere*boy. He m t "V,y was possessed of just that com- C I bination of attributes t...

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

RfRfffl i. -^jy' 7, ' H ■" i*f? mm . ■ssees^M '■■ • I: -" J' ■•;,7. &tr '.t,-. '. - I - ?."'' &, V- .' ' V ®3 1 ■ ■ .',,■:4fcr4'""^vi^ " i-4-J." 7' \ , ■ -. • . ;. >"•:••■"■ 7;-vV - &: ■ at m S is to be sown thin, ordinary: care in securing good I, and in preparing the ground it. Usually the yield and ' of a w heat crop is very Jted by the amount of • from" present indications K|wj)3®^pa rasoing to be poorly prepared,-., and a ' deal of poor-seed is going Jr* statement mean you! Preparation'of the seed bed.— j. Deep plowing just before seed- \ ing time is not advisable as wheat or other small grain crop, the ground Should be disced as soon as the crop has -been isenuwed This will Kill iinpLetJl jvP^'TT';] weeds and at the same prevent an undue loss of moist- ure, and the ground can be plow- ed at any tim§._ „In „case the ground is not disced, many weeds are likely to gyow, and later on theground will become too - dry And h&rd to plow at all. Grow- ing weeds are go...

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

SI! ■H,: i1®*! mm. Imm •s./ssl ISPPWMWM " 'M V 1 / -■« SKi - ^ ^i| 6y " " •■' ■ ■ - * '• -v • ■ " >■ V ■. : . wf> ■ v " 5fi«V4 flwfck , V .... .. ^Aaajg - ". .... ■:" •*••, • • • MS iaSl SBB A HfKliS FOR 'f. aSSSr ,y ■ Wl -4*: '.'' Mm# v . \ ■ w •• iM/ ij.1 ■'. jm |!' f. «-.. v "V 4 -; " "•'V.v.i1." ■ „•■. si!?s \ou 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 arid price of goods will cause you to be our customer. NT-LINK CO. SPU R, T *<c*i . - *• ■ Texas Central Railroad Co. Notice of Special Stockholders Meeting Notice 18 hereby given that a Special meeting of the Stock- holders of Texas Central Railroad Company ha^ been called by the board of directors of said com- pany to be held at the Geneal office of the Company, in the city of Waco, Texas, on Thursday the 22nd of September, X910 at 12 o'clock noon, for the follow- ing p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 18 September 1910

wffl{vvg'- ;'m'■ • ■* 'v'f>' j\(r i • ■ In:;-': ••Mwemi ■ . .K ■■ ■ ;•' ..•; " ' ■ . y -j** * ;• : !'* A- ,• ^"1 '£><•■ /K /■ ..'. , ••.II .- - . ' V v;ife V ■ 1 _ __ - ■• . ^ , __ __ 'i !<*& HShSIH&* • My stock of Ladles' and Misses' Fall have arrived and you are cordially ■ - •••■ >•• •• -"v. C to call and inspect them at least you huy.# You will find them in tore in Grostytoii^ —~ When it coincs1arT£yIe~T can please w . you and the price .is in keeping with #tav£your pocket book. -Yours to please r War and EdnipatiMh. 'From WAr-What For." One new-type "dreadnought" , of the sort now being - construct- ed for ths BritiBh navy (which is to be practically duplicated by all the other great powers), ofcfcj; pf these monsters vifjll cost three j times as much as all the noble • buildings of the University Of [Chicago erected up to June 30, j 1905; that is, three times as much, J as all the beautiful halls construc- ted during the, Univoroity'o un- mm mum mm mm,, ...

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

*. «* '. < 1.1 Mmmrn li'lit ^Wh'' ,! >« '■''#"'#♦' . . % - ■" t. '''" • , " - . . '■ >'' ' ' \ P7f v" thj City laat week and says he sees more doing here than he re- ally expected. He is well pleased ^With Crosby ton. ~T~: ^ Snell's store is headquarters for the ladies dress goods and generaldry goodsas well as many things for the men, .now is the time to begin patronising the spot cash store and be convinced tKat It is the place of quality and low prices. ItfiSriell's store on * the North Side! in Crosbyton. Dr. Huskey, the veterinary surgeon from Floydada was in Crosbyton-last week and was do- ing the horses of Crosby County gJ^aigood by fixing them us in -Setter shape. — Last week while in Spur we met Mr. J. M. Jones from Aften whowas exhibitin g some of his corn and maize. He had five ears of. corn that weighed six and one- fourth pounds. That is not so bad for a new-country. The Spur High School opened' last Monday, with 210 scholars in attendance. That is not so bad f...

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

PS * ■! m $ Yf ""v; mSISM vr-mf "4 - MBS5 ipfS . jm JKk*. mLm JKLm *Hmt"' -* ^ y-^ jk> ▼ .m. jmm.jm* ^ «*■■ - «r • *■"■'" . w'.. ...«*••-•■ -^v -,. ••.. w-' HAVE THE BEST. LARQEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE LINE OP "PURE FOOD GROCERIES" T)()N TUPATMPMT ., OIIP STOCK IS Al WAYS FPFSH AND GLEAN - PRQmP.I AMC""U" msm£ 'Wkm tTEOtIS TREATMENT BHfc;."/ - , ' OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND CLEAN < &■ 'a P?iV i ■;«S ■w! IV:;'; ''V ! 5%.. Bral^i £?® ; If:-: by every one working for other sections against Texas. What I mean is this, no one min'i5jK nishes $25,000,000 or $30,000, M0 to build 800 or 1,000 miles of railroad. Whej> these large " pltfnsfor new construction are mmm?| promoted, they must necessarily be taken up through bankers and I f ~ syndicates who have the means I of finding people who are willing to * make - such ■ investments. Therefore, they are placed.he* fore, and discussed by many dif- €& '• ferent people, a large majority, of whom are interested in findirigr ' mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

m msm Ir . dSfe? ::c#s / ' L oH IBs w a ffivRSW ersemhh x r'' m I .... c-..^ y- .ftj-y - **5aatHyA'-B CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, I Perjury That Grows Quanah Party In Crosbyton In Memorium - . ;f_ ' 7, \i sf-1. 1, *"7^7 "1 I"' 'i , "i-1. r\'£ /;;■■ -y- net, Talk and Write to Interest Your Friends in Her ^-Resources ' Act and talk and write, spread your ideas1 abroad, and if you can not carry them out by yourself try to interest others and per- suade enough to join you to put them into euecution. This is certainly the home for live stock and stock products, and the poul- try and dairy business should be established and thrive here on a large scale, ; This cafl be handled in propor- tion to what eve* capital is avail- able and reasonable efforts should succeed in interesting sufficient capital to estaolish-ereameries and Other facilities requisite to make the business a success and in time a great industry. This would probably succeed beat here as it does elsewhere on the co-operative p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

mm Cojrrrlgbt Hart SduOTher & Mars W*f .yv Wmmm A • j MMl |C'f *S*fe> ' •• ; * j I SS — — AND CLOSING •-tr •*?•'• ' •ffSylf .... Having just moved our stock to CrosbytonTand finding - our present quarters entirely too small for our present stock, we will begin Thursday morning the Biggest Cost Sale ever held in Crosbyton, in order to room for our r ,;i"''**'"5 * fJfe ■ ! '" ~ cle in the house will be on sale for the next 10 days at prices never offered the people of this section. Remember the dates, cut out our cdgg imarfc glven below lind besure and attend. . r Men's and Boys' Clothing at Cost •• •••" vrs w y.'-' 4. >1 .w..--... IZrrte-fr,-, ; - ■- I ►"Ju., M iP 2.75 boys suits now 8.75 boys suits now w.. . : > wSSmfm * is. M sill 6.00 boys suits now —.. —• 8.26 ■ KrhTO#'ii - I Ou UUjB BUiUS liUW.. ¥10.00 mens suit. now...„r_ $ 7.1S '• '. • /,•'■ ' . ;V; 13.00 mens suits now . 8:16 -Mens 15.00 mens suits now 17.50 mens suits now >>. A u*;«.,} ;"r •' r;v DBOVnUli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

***** V^irw :, r:; w ., — -r,rr-r E-SS M& . "• ' .,r{ r, ?\ i ; A w r" tejgfl OROCRETY HAVE THE BEST, LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE LINE OF "PURE FOOD GROCERIES" COURTEOUS TREATMENT - OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND CLEAN - PROMPT ATTENTION 'mm mpw yt Cfyrtf* i^to Mruktrt (J C l*M|« The Latest HAT S Of the Season I have received my Fall hats and they are the sea- sons most up-to-date fash- ions. Prices are low as compared with the last Fall hats. Through the courtesy of Mr. Snell, I have placed them in his store, 5 and will be glad for you to visit this store and inspect 'the„frats. Located north First State Bank. U n Mrs. N. H. White Crosby ton, Texas A sure way to save money- don't.,fpend it. Many a nut is not what it is cracked up to be. A horse may know a good bit without a college education. Our High School It has long been that the farm- er or ranchman who wished to educate his children, had to send them away to do so, but times have changed. A town lias sprung in existence, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

nmu, m -<. .-5 '•' V'' • " ■ " • ... • . ■; " ■ ■ ' ■ .;•;. • .:,. ' •' ■■•. • m r>:^T. ■ Vv - * ireS|' es'«s fess® •r -O ilia E£*iW ■■■"•• "■' "r vr-' . j- Sp . i. llf it^Matthews4ia^aeetf1iis holdings two miles east of Mt. Blanco, Texas, on the market. jHrnkb consisting of 1500 acres of tine agricultural and grazing land has been cut into small ||bdivisions, of any size to suit purchasers, according to the quality of the land and the improve- ments thereon. ~~ This is an 6ffer that will interest you. The crowded cities acajjaily sending thousands of men, women and children back to the " wn. No one lives in a city iiow-a-days unless he cannot get away. " '- „ „. o * , lains of Texas, a district of ,wonderful fertility and productivensss, is fast becoming the Mecca of those seskmg' a nv. " ^ * * * ~ * * yefoprh^mpered only by the broad horizon and the healthful cultur mm farm and small town ¥^yZ- The south plai: , and independerit life, where character can broaden and posten^4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

• "*";f ™';™ '• 1"^^- •■ it b*'- ' \\ tl "a • ^ *• sifey t; . ; , ■ -■''V$K'; i ?^Wif ir# &W SHU vwanl g;r'?li^aypwwlr^ . :>,•£& ^:-k • l.a:.v<$K \!*.:., £m. '""'f lir Ii-i;)i?;;ff'•"*■ ;:-a , .NaKSNgpgl ■:■• BBMH _ >t TjMfeM '■V: ;>'rT'' ■• V ' iSf -"'SBl . ------ . . . ... ., . ' . ;«|| Iff mm* gi < > ttiRf •- mm w •" vK-jrj! • ><,.' V ' 1W: ■■ "• i WiMflSSM ^ ■ <V\ W$&. 1 ■ v~,r-',;-'K: Pf ■ ■ • S,,i, < ,i •( ?'ji fcTwH'3 : ■■xmw:!""" ^ ' laMNRR E V ERYTH IN O '• ■->/-•.'•, "k.,V L-/' [V x°u will find our store the place where your money will buy the most goods acid :Mre are ever ready to wait on the trade. I* ' • ■ ■ j« j .. •• :• ,' •■"-;:■■ jrt . A visit to our store will convince you that we have the goods, and the quality .and price of goods will cause you to be our cusioi i /' i -YM<&&&*{*$?;■: v Connecting Spur, Lubbock and Floydada via , m^:'" alpw ¥ " .is ■ ■ •: •■. •■:■: - : - Arrives and departs ifr Connection...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

Wtimmmfcrnmrnrn ... S i:J ,* . • Mi % \ | 1 Review sry Thursday IBy | MINTING CO; OT INCORPORATED} WHITE5, Editor and Prop. ■Mini ' ' ' . \ ' M.\ ' iV ' 5. «. '"V .v v-;:* ■ w ■ —r - ubscription $1.00 per H Single Copy 5c. v n* fr**- ms Entered" as Second Class MatFer Jan. 14,:,$Q9 at the Post Office at Crosby- ton, Texas, under the act of March 8 r-#■ .. - ... _ ADVERTISING RATES tfull page display ad $18v60i er week. Half page display ad $7.00 per week. Less than one half papre 20c per inch each incertion. tocals and readers 10c per line each insertion. No display advertising on the ftrst page. When time is not speifipd all advertisi- ng matter will be run until ordered '••!><* i' ' " •—•— TO THE PUBLIC* v ous reflection tijwn the . standing pr reputation of person, firm or corporation \&h1«h in the columns of the i w will be glady corrected upon brought to the attention of the Any ler. Issues One Month. " ' , -- mi "mm I kittle .'Mothers' League" lew York, organized by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

fecT?' is ' ■ \ r":\ ' ^ 1 ' : v ' :.:■ .;y:/:'. '.:V- <K ";?• . ■'■v' ?;f ' . ' " " ,V "" . \H •~t> '• • " •' - •• -v.?;j:;sra^ •• ■>>. f> H $ ■ ■ ■>iill7 .« -fe • ■ i r ■ -t >i~v ••• • r m ,t>, .V r1-— ^1,1^ tig .'•■'■ • ' ft? ■ ,\'-4 rfVr- llfiV A"!. fr^rsi, ■ *■•. mmrf:'' ■ ► . aSBsfwiSi;'' . v:J •'■•••' 1 :.i - ■5a>™' 73 ■ ' : '* ' r"~~■ '■ V-M ' . '4 m' . J''- • _ •. K,' .i ••••/V'v _ ■, i-v .J-X'T T.r-- •■ I .. V —_—.——- >" M' ■■■ ■ ■■'*■:' > ' ' > v" ■fclf ' •' jt ■j- ff'S: .<• 9 «w#f- •<■. H ! HI m, , . V; .- • . ' • , - ••AV1' V iV • ' ' • ..: ■ 9 .. . 'ir-. - ' • li I ' . '■ ' >•' f ... *< W l;« Lad ? M i | y • vifvr*'* vfl* I V E< fRSffc -*■ anMMwi - '. ' '" | "* ' ' • ' ' ' , t ty * ■ H EN the merchant sells at Cost the customer saves money. assured that my goods are going at COST and some at less nothing Of the freight. Prices quoted in this circular are way below railroad V •• ■ — .. You may rest J-r 1 V—'•iT~e t to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

afe l|t^ P • nr: ;; 1 '. -•• u ■■■0 it 1 \ -. . ii?l SSpl , . ifill:! L.i tEi. k^ix; 1 /•.(. ~v. ' r Fv, . ,,.. ^ •£*>?* ?■"■' ■ ■ ■, a—a f.ST •• FftMlifc £ iAVtW&if.--, '; tj ^Jfc^v ,4: 5SHH5SS8H! 3t® j wa^ii^l>yi^J.py%y m s f ;i H ' I > ; . .-. • * ,„' 1." '.*.! . J .LI1.!!!.?1".." Tito Prevailing Profligacy If there ever was a country miiffS"llere profligacy raged rampant the Southwest is that country, . , J, , V ""• ■ ' ~n' ,ii > | ffi. w.,,. liH'liflS' tmm sufficient to build a line of railroad from the Mississippi to. the Rio Grande. The man that the .n one regpect | gen. *«. is wastefulness on every There is hardly a farm rcountry oil whi<sh c be found farm machinery of eve- Jfcy description exposed "to all kinds, of weather. Where the harvest ended there may be found 2 the reaper waiting until another twelve months roll around to be called back into service. Such waste is little short^of driminal. , Nor does this waste, stop here. Evefi, .machinery and yeh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 September 1910

< X 1 M ■ m m 'M- M vis mm Hf* •■■ > «*4k~« PI >r ! mm K •■ * •> - >: '« 'S • 'V* . ( ■V ■ - L •I . "HP ■fx-"; mm '• ••• ■ ■ Mi :- r*mm yk Jim ' '• "W ■K- v 1 **' ■J I*® Cannon Will Ra- ..■:tt_Lr f • turn to Capital -Speaker Reelected in Primary in . Illinois by Nearly ^ 6,000 Majority v.,Chicago,' Sept. 16.—The insur- gents nude same inroads in the standpatter strength of the Re- publican Congressional delega- tion from Illinois at yesterdays, pi imary. They were victorious in three out of twenty-five dis- tricts and scored at least one no- table victory. Henry S. Boutell, who has rep- resented the ninth" Chicago dis- trict for 1-2-yoars was defeated by Frederick H. Gansbergen, in- surgent. George Foss, standpatter, and head of the naval affairs commit- tee Of the House won by a small plurality after a hard fight. Speaker Cannon was renomi- nated by a majority close to six thousand. Lee O'Neii Browne, Democra- tic House leader, who was re- . cently acquitted of the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 22 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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