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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 March 1911

- ^. .. ^ ... Wh:' ■ - , . - i ■■'•■'' ,. < ' • , . • 1\ • ■ v " ' ;•■. ■' • Y - '•)■"■. • ■ --. • - x. v . V ....■■•■ ■, ■•■ . .. . . ,1 . — 5P " " •y-"i —mm&m ' i i '..-./J. f. f; _••• • • • ■ . • -:£~ *1-, ■ Men? DEALER IN I,' 'I r s«ln III . ~-i'b • r ■■ .-4rr ffllii ;s— ..UJI . SHOES We handle the very best brands of shoes and will make them, to you just right". N % \ We want to sell you your goods no matter What you have to purchase as .W^e" are here With the stock and will make everything at goliving prices-- Our stock is fresh is groceries,~new in Dry goods, strictly up-to-date in Hardware, Guns, ammunition, Leather goo^ds, Wagons etc. OBTHHATS ■u ■•! ' « SHOES . -r-'- WS8SSR Call and let us shoW you through one of the best and most complete stock of shoes on the Plains "'-r-'U !«ls §m M i sjviii /. • v .'$iM Call and seen* before-buying, Make Crosbyton your trading point and our store your headquar- ters, it will pay you to do, \Vedo not only give the best goods at l...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 March 1911

Ismii iSSSI: "J?1 m' ;f1Sw'v ■ ikmsm ' ^SSlI ■' ■' ■'"" ' •• • '"' S i ?'"SV ;':'v sSK «K;,' I i?. '$ yty-ffij} t 27, h. Texas.., Loudermjlk of the era' Union has5 git. ollowing address on di- ition: .„/•* e are still urging diversi n. I wish ito again cal tionto the fact, tjha diversification is the key-note to the situation. _ m about better prices cotton seed, ity. but that will never solve the question. " The Farmers' Union has been able through the eo* operation of its* members raise the price of cotton from 3-16c to 15c; seed from $7 or $8 per ton to an average df "about $35; and all other farm products in the same ratio, yet, I ieel that no farmer can raise at any reasonable price his living and feedstuff and even; aeuccessful farmer. I hear a man wh6 claimes to be a fanner who has to buy lfay, corn, oats, meat, flour, syrup vegetables and all home - r,!esri feel that he .has mis- taken himself for a farmer' " Yotrha^e heard me and others often say that the farmers should be ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 March 1911

mmrnm ■ 51 '; y • '•••■ . *:•" 11 .* tt&PI m;1:-!.l.ri? . " ^ ; ^ rilkt , ri>v> I#:,;, tM Connecting Tbloydada Lubbock .vV^VA-';^. {.<>.-• JCv** • ,■' TX^ ' Arrives and In connection, with "J Senator V. A. Collins Speaks In Conection with Passage of ""' Port Arthur Charter; ' ;■ * w'i 'W REAL ESJATE AN Declares Indian is , White Man's Equal Superintendent of Government School says Red Man is Most Efficient. Guthrie. Okla., Marcfr 1. — "There is neither truth nor pol- icy in trying to discount the ability of Indians to doluiy thing a white man can do," says John R. Wise, superintendent of the government Indian school at Chilocco. "They are the equal of the whites in very many things and they are superior in some. In a large," Well equiped schoo], where full pay in mental exercise, physical and mechanic- al skill is given, the accuracy of thesis assertions is very evident. There is no theory about -this; actual demonstrations prove it. > "There is no trade taught or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 9 March 1911

• arid 'Wa* jrurn M'l writer, bis, country epoch, having In the middle fsaac Disraeli's View !■ much more in- of the Christian were offered to the c*t, Known by all as 'tbo M ftrf'tff the manuscripts" away the mice, jKb .„Qtherwlse wwuid have eaten the'preclouS; papy- mm rus: In some instances laJjicards were , „ set in coiwtrtcuoua , place® among manuscripts as a warning to the mice: Beware? 'The cat is here. She drive* mice. Portraits..of cats were alsp in places frequented by mWi. 'fhe cats were severed'. Form long time they were kept- in the temples their beauty, their general deslr- lity and the charm of their grace, affection for jpan, and adaptability to. humaft-coftjlitfOhe, so appealed to the layman; that one by one very gradual- fg their kittens were perinittod to leave the temples- and to become "tbi -pets pT the„noblHty.. After Ottering L the families of the high^offlciaja.of the Empire they won their way Into humbler households. , I NEW WAY TO CURE BALDNESS Wbrk In Cold...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

$E m iiFijffe m P w CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16 Ifll. J.MBassett Home Monday /'?$"■ ' .. Y-■ ■ - ■' i. ' * ' v:" ' "yv'i ' % Returns From .Chi&go and Left Wednesday for Hous* tort and Other Points JLulian-.M Bassett .return^]-^ ed from Chicago Monday - night and before tte hardly realized he was home left for Houston and San Antonio. The' tri^ to the Texas, towns are supposed to be lin the interest of the- Crosby ton- Southplaini Railroad Company, of w hich * he is Yice-President is ?iven to all. men and women \— / •> it.. A"' "r* ■v\ t. ' ~ >'•■—:—— i -""iRtid General Manager. Mr. Bassett has been gone most of the time for the last year in the interest of the company, return- ing to Grosbyton about once each month only for a few days, at a time. - WTffi th<i lint trip fn-dwiapeA, means we do not know at this time, but we can allj-est asyured that he lias something in the air for us. Mr. Bassett will attend the Cattlemen's Convention" at San Anto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

!\%5!£W ,-'^ii8iM ly ffr>^ ••* T*r~ w Uf'' ,ti > ' :?':. X. •■ •►:.■' <■• ' "i'.-A.:^-,-- *.., ., • ;;s •JL '«« '•■' ? :■ ':" * :'' j^vlv; '• * If I * & r* • " -* v I - f V, • . i** .'■*, '.IHRRIIiiiPRIIP'IIViHIBVRl^ ■ 7 ';■ 1|. ■ ■ E* : . :•„. . • - .•" \.- ■•■■.. .-,.1 -i ■:.-v?*r*,:-..,.!i ■..... : I." ' '■' •• wl * DrV H > ■ ' . > iflk dMk - r's •.'*" •- . V '/'. 'a'/'" *B||^0r .j"• .-.•■ ••• .,: I —-•• -*■■■-ly, -srv.'. ;;• \v -.0V-^T-x' . ...V.,* BREEDERS AND DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE • ■•■' i * ®M9/ ,M>t§a ,,.: r~-o* ; KzZW* mmmrnm iu' /trii'.'niWiii.iiv: i'1^•' i A'~:.''...'Ax-:.-'..■' ■;.'..A';-'wv orrii ;. - ififl JMcCormlck Building ., ■; .; ■ r •": ' ' ■ /• -_<. ' . u' '• -. -v '. CHICAGO, It LIN OIS ■V ' K EViSJ; JMU K1|BS Plains, and Valley Lands on both sides Mfi - Alffiu®^ to 3000 feet. -.. - , ;' ••' - ■'•'■; .■ •: --• W. ' ;;• ' .;v,Vv ico Canon1 and summer. t#!^f S't-'iSit Adapted to Stock Farming, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Vegetables, Fruit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

M* £()? >J ■;: * JM-VrV-V'-'l-- ;1 efcisfe^^s® ■MM. BSa _.,, j. • -i j'i> Wtl _ ". -v:; ' .* ' i ■ Vs.*?: i --aaatf^vfcg . , . «>:V . .; *■ •*?.-*v m:.* ,rM.,m .„;.. .,; ■ .AT" '-Jli' Sf: ®ry ;. ..i- /;/■.. ' '■>*! 'i^f^AcUA /v:-V ' .... > WJift ?.?>,';. '- ■'■■if- " ; "■' ." ■: ...; :V:v,'V.; !*|WBIj|liW ,'d ' """"' p mj ""V-- ti... ' '*.• '*' '* V" •'1' ■Sill , ... ■ -V," Mi W3SW ip ,r-a*, ff&M m$mzm ra# '"" " Bryant Says Bailey iShould Sacrifice Predicts that Senator will be frowned if there is a 1 v "ta * " '• ' ' -<M *& I J I HI .. -i;VT" <$> <|> <&> This "is the 4 horse power Gas Engine that furnishes power for the Crosbyton Machine and Black? smith Shop. It pulls the great trip hammer, the power* drill, the great turning lathe, the emory wheels, the disc sharpening ma- chine and also pulls the fan for the smiths. If its machine or blacksmith work you want re- member. I $ Blacksmith Shop | Crosbyton, - - T^xas Lincon Neb:, Mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

•';- r 1 ** s if' w '• l£«W^ |Ffit; " ?*• ffS^j -v' ■-v. /.r .■ '■ - o rr ''ti 4-1,:: :■•: ■ ■?. III IHTINGCO. or and Prop. 1-,-ri-Tirn 1 ■ ption $1.00 per Year igleCopy 6c. OS 1909' at. the Post ,. Texaa^uijder wmmssttssisrzft motnerls satisfied if: chat with ' be* after every morning and 1 calls and eptertain. hours evei needsiiifc^ . v..; • ,'■■•■ y "You 'might continue poBtgradu- iffg under the .sun, and my - music only requiresone or two hours a day I've made out a case- haven't J? I art /onftfe verge of bee Matter Jan a'totf 1 Mi, ijyui'Vii w1 ■ ADVERTISING RATES tfull page display ad, |15.00 par week. ,ilf page-display ad $8.00 per, week, page display ad; $5.(K) per week than One fourth page 20c per inch eatSu incertion. Locals and readers 10c ''vitMlfc — * "tiki ea N<* display . , t I „ ■■■■ len titne is not specified all advertis- ing matter will be run until ordered out and charged for accordingly. ■ i '"ii*ifj|.i"-1 i; 'V Any character, i any'penjon, may Review TH;E PU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

i < i..A ti 3 ••' , • .?* T.-Jg§■■■' J ,, -v V^-- ■ ..•-■■ r." . •' • ■J . • • • ^ V*. .. • • w ;.•>. ,a • • • J: >*•. " M ' ■ ; - ■ r • v '/JS ''^11 Mm Ipffe ■ ■ ■jmbt ,.r^ •• 'T; .r 'vxv;^ "'V ,"W* ^ 1"- ■ vf - T' • ■ I" I vyvzr: «*| JHflf I -rt •••■^ ^ DEALER IN* "IS WXK ■' ' VA.VI - :r- i;'1': « . i "■. . . ..)£%■^ '' ' 4 . • ■Se™! J... v,; v.; " ■' flHHi .An ... >• ■ ■ ;: HH1 / SHOES V; .. ;i'V ...... •* -- -j ■ ' We handle tfie very best brands of shoes and will make them to you just right. \ * * ^ : ^ -M' ■ m m We want to sell you your goods no matter whajt you have to purchase as we are here with the stock and will make everything at good living plrices-- Qur stock is fresh is groceries, new in Dry goods, strictiy up-to-date in Hardware, Guns, ammunition, Leather goods, Wagons etc. .... Call and let us show you' through one of the best and most complete stock, of shoes on the Plains i I r.y'. .. 1 .i.w ii, • i in ■ in in ■ '?'! pii Call and see us before buying, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

«■« w$® l-'/ " * ks$| Jfe ■Swagrtf •'■•' A ^u.^i BPBiiw^SSRil v.** vv*-.-life** •* '•* ./v ,"' ''•w - A.r-WJ.V"^ ,--t&£T*T-!,+> :,Mhr. m &:M'$w5. M -jr^.-: SABf j■ fi :'.I.■ i.1,1**!'! %>$k +KfP\^'ri&7Ztp<* ' '■■ '•*'', ■... -ffiiwR'■'i#1 ■'liiiiili raragi . it? vM,r^. ®' ever^-fsrm fewhtogs or $ htod J- Hvv v*7 Mlf, per iiuh f«r month r^rriRfW Worth. 11 iTFR i*— over at top-notcH hog raided in Tetfas-and then | -send the same sort.'1 .^-shippin' and N«h 'March 7-De-1 encoura^e y™r neighbor _ to • ,0t"Wt the cooyen- j°' J*rtta^oll^mMKTwo.k. ordinarily ; a resignation, W. J". Bryah' . . .':> _i i.r- the forthcoming issue of To Arizona's SfrCalR -- - ulistic Idea." : has been i house and is I, Igfe^ J: Poultry Washington; March 7.~' 'I will seat in the Senate before I will give up the Popuiistic this postiyestatement J lhaye bejin li&rned about poultarx Senator Bailey is giw>ted-d«it~-tl*e I ahdit wOul^ be a g<^- idea if I Evening Star as announcing-'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

m$W. -; - - j- . . - ,1— •■ t; • ■- —: ■ 'v, i•';•>•;- .; ./ :: ■'< ■ ' * " SHSH • >MD iii'<r 5B $ ;HpU r.; * asfewi , 0 <(!• Men Fight ii initiate of Philadelphia home Mind engaged in free for all "With broom sticks. • : 'tar Kk- M* f Small trrcts of land.and City lojs The Crosby ton * March 15th. A seven inch Connecting Spur, Lubbock and Floydada via "■:a,. 'i BARNEY JOHNSON' - m':m CROSBYTON, TEXAS. Arrives - and parts Jn connection with train Automobiles i **■ H ■h* 1910 -Last year there were 200,000 cars manufactured by American builders in America.* Some statistics claim there, were. 210,- 000, of which 10,000 were trucks and. delivery wagons of one nature or another. To be con- servative, let us take the output at 200,000 cars anfctry"to: grasp what this otitput means -in order 'to more comprehensively gauge the magnitude of the motor in- dustry today. Two hundred thousand cars make up a total much greater than the ordinary person grasps. Imagine for convenienc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 16 March 1911

i k ^1 ftil t|jf'^ vi' isiiiH j$HS21S il1WT lilt if fflWwWI I . mm# kimeM ■ -.v. -yf?;'.vS, .. ■-•• - sp^iisa ^ n.H> - - ,... , :* Illinium llll II II11 III II I (- "V ,. *V. ••■..- fi •• " ;•'• ;• •„• , ' . J :>* ■ .■ .v :■ .. *■-."■ ■' . ' ■ - ' • -•■-• J ■+■ -'--;:vr;-■• ■ ■ "^i - - r~ rr i iTr'a" " ""°"i""Mr;BCD'"'''c ? , Pfi?' MS ?' & IIHMWft GQJ<>«! , Miss ia, were.in see the new i at the Post Office ' and Saturday*.;,^ rtited States-soldiers "This is out quarrel. " ■tinued. . "The Unite should stay out. Suclr "talk a* 'occupation bythe United States' shows that an made to scare the' insurrectors as the guest of- into submission to Diaz. V'Whe.n I jay we W fight the Uni ted States troops; that- cross the border, I mean it. We are in control here and should berecognlzed/' r Lieutenant Bracken, Witifele Wads.'--^# Canvas Back. :}. He fired at ducks and bagged the sail; his dog grot on the track that the prey was 'due cahvas ve a . . — " zjf*. A leaf and best open...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

!',C' .■ . ■ . HKBSSf "frit- ■:■■■■ k - * £Vt CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 23 1911. V. ' v I K Cottonseed , Oil Products iK Interesting Statistics " From Farmers Congress Will jt* ~ .I • of Interest to Farmers ' Accordingto^ the information furnished by the U. S. Depart* ment of Commerce and Labor, 83,497,900 gallons of cottonseed oil were produced in Texas iri 1909. This was worth approxi- mately $13,3^9,160, This _is a considerable amount of money ^and the market whicK^. demands this product is an important one U This fact has led men wish to see ^eomargarine take the place o^butter to make it appear that^he manufacture of %• oleomargarine furnishes one of •i the greatest reasons for this market demand. But sueh is not the case. In fact the value of the cottonseed oil-usetHir the manufacture of this product is 1 so small in comparison that it is not worthy of the least consider- ation; especially when the value of the dairy products of the state areconsidered....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

Wfr ^ Mt .V 3OTS |- r ■ ■ •*<',* ••^aEvfe■ -dii&m. -** ; - "•'; ••" i 1 - ■ • • «•*. •■«_:'.f -i 1 ,1: • - . By J. W. Burton. mgkr:M Brighter Ever SBB I $& :: "■ has never i,jfuture q$ at .the eyes Of the world are turned toward our .little city. Every where you go 'you will Bli^of and ^always as " the town that does things. At present there- is much activity along all lines, Great is fchfc speaulation on the intentions of the United States Government in sending froops to the Mexican'border, and' the .general mobilization of the bat- tie ships in the adjacent harbors. >18 it war? Or-is it play? "We believe taking all circumstances, into-consideration that it is riot _ lay. -We do not mean' by, this fO assume that it is War,vor that there" is the least- possibility of ST United States * S Becoming . all the livd wide awide business . men in Crosby ton say their busi- •nois te picking up, ftve^y day, and the fact that the Crosbyton- Southplains Railroad will put trains i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

v v._ mm ; ■■ ^'"-v - ■■■■• u 1 aw* 1 •'■■• - ■' i • - jjRUlLi ,v'-.--•• aw%'; k ■-JA1 S'jfcif A' UNCLEH1RAMT0 HIS NEPHEW • ' ■ ■■ - ... * <4)n Something Important for Him >"" to Realize In"Hla Relations ¥ .: PEM©TS With M«n. ' ,• Hlranir m "Storey, my boy," sal to Wa hopeful young< nephew, "you Inily not be old enough yet fully to un- '.rdartitohd tor at least fully lo" nallze . ,._.T -what I hm about to say to you, but 1 A« MaHy- herself w-a# more tli&n 'better say Jt now for I might forget r.it law MM • = • Y-:J S • •' ■ :$>W Jh sa . i Liv-Si H • ft-:, -" . !t?5- ' m ■ * ■P$ * few,.. WCr :-:r ■ to 4fey.it later^and sOme day, and pfer- ■ .. «WJB? to your advantage, you will re- ■ ' «all tt. the thlngXMvould now say to '.yotr being this: #':■ "Other people think of us .what w4. • think of them. " *(Do you get that through your nod- fdleT' Other people think of us What - we think of them. • ■ ... "This is highly important, because T' lt applies to ouf lnmofft uriutte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

wm H "**V*7T> -■. : " ■, copi.e in for a '■*' the 0j8N«^-*t.: r the act or r ' " ' • r.C: ?3'i: W'Mk; ,..r.,..i, ,'mI.,r-.'..■■■■ .llU' ' * ADVERTISING "It 1 page display ad, $16.00 per week. Half page display ad $8.00 per week. ... , Pthour^age display ad, $6.00 per week I^wials and reader*- Wc Wgm ;&J 1 thai - fcess than dfie fourth pagia ^ per each inception. Locals •""* ■ per line each insertion. "No dtepky advertising. ^. When time is not specified tfl ed wq£ta.-m- untilai&ereo " "■ out and chargedyfOr a*^ingly. X3 | NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. — *u L ■!. ; reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person,f firm or corporation which in the columns of fte giady eorrected upon as we jilt ,ji great pioney maker for ( the rmers. I we see for Crosby """ apd that is a country v 'jr. asr?,7T"-7>' • - mmm ! "■'.'rf- -4 v-: :.;V . ■. * r • ■ :-:w. '• "'v-■;>: •.!"■■■ H>-;' "*■/: .' v" mfgm in' r the &* there are fewe* renters in Cros- by county accor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

1 m >' > :-m r BBy.vi " ■ +>"'■■'■; i 2r. ■■ -' '.K • ". . • > . ' '.'Si. S *jT~ 7- :i;' ,1 * X" .\" *. j * i "■ - , •<* \ ' • - — ... ■ -A ..: ■■■ . ■"-■V' n.-. f. .'. ■ '. V ' \V ',. Jk. -1: . V ..'>V'v -.•* Zp#*.--- '■'*?; vi>.:"' "' ... - > ' ■■./"■•• • ■■■ ' ■ hJfT^r I "■ * •* #4 Iww - Jl Ir #' -• Iff H ..... H • ■. ' ■K ■v . "«" H - • • mm S '■ 4 |;i;l^I DEALER IN i: • iQRr flMNI 'J**1" < £•. " ' ■ « .* ■ . ;■ V ... ;. . /v +; •■.;■■■' • : v ~t : ■ i I .. . . We handle the very best brands of shoes and will make them to you just right. you have to purchase as we are here iyvith the stock and will make everything ajt good living prices— l)ur stock is fresh is groceries, new in Dry gooas, strictly up-to-date iti Hardware, Quns, ammunition, Leather goods, Wagons etc. -A-.' . Cal I and let us show you through, <(ne of the pest and most complete stock ofishbes on the Plains " i ■ , WMfim . mSKT MSN lill* SaKI r ■ -H- --•A |" . ■-'!' 'f'i 'jj&js&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

I" X' L-lll . ^ ' Z* i "" ' ,..,, ..... . ... IutiOJh- tawfcfa*.'. frivwr muji M .,n. wmm-tM, • 5 Wm . . . ■. >>■ ^r/V'4 ' . , ■ . * ' - 4 v: ' . 7....- ' W '• ' * ' '• * • • '• ' *■ .-''••-v* —4-«fc.- , • J.:' i ^ ' "■ ■ ;v . . : . y: 1 ■. i ■ - 1 m ■ 1 gL ^ r T",-, ., '* Jll * . .**!#'* l(, fflw, '''" 1 I ||M| II l|(|ftLitflln[||l|iiI | t|W|iBBMM| >«-*. «a* "m i'SS' W H Iwffl h"-f, • /■'.! .' I I |Pjj, 11 esSi# mm SPH .. Julian M. Btf^ett, ' 1 iiHlai ■.• ■■"••■* . :"• T;:T ~ - !' . ..¥'v. ' „ . - v /', ' -i"., ■ . ■(*?' —r ■ '"M'' 1' - ■ ERS IN HIGH GRADE RANGE CATTLE PT-.Sa.jM rnmrn ' • f ' • "• • Croaby Co., ' - t. I I : U v.-/;: y- 1 v; -.1 . ■ •v".:;---. ' - s"h U "V ■ - ':' . v ■' ; , ■•■■■ • /• , ' •'. '••'v." ^ 'TEXAS ' V- —r—J ■ ^ ■ - ■ ■; - ■" " ■ "■ - , i. • Northern Office *' V m Hi 1101 McGormick JJutldiiig •;/ v:^;; " W M m ■ . s . \ «-.!■• v .. • ••'**-:". ' . • • ', • «. . . JB .- .m'Vfi. ■«_ JTI1 u. ,-2- w Plains and Valley Lands on both sides of and inclu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

m K¥1T—I | v 5* HOTEL'S QREAT PIPE ¥i" ■"v^ ''.—;——• ■- ' •■'•'■ Largen-.• Musical instrument of the VAN DRIVER S DISGUSTED ThouahCWaal Th^lr Gowns MM ; Do_ Before- She Gets tio^ouki n Street, So Thlr g a Woman Kind in America It In the- \ +•• Astor, New York- «•* '■M r.k Be.Dodged TT: 'i * WiillKr This is the ; vm yA. (#) JstA ti * iit v . . i& ■< ■ * Rp /$ K' -K",' |p:> ■gN that furnishes power. for the Crosbyton Machine and Black- smith Shop. It; pulls the great trip hammer, the powfer drill, the great turning lathe, the emory 9 -- ■ , . . wheels, the disc sharpening ma- • j • chine and' also pulls the fan for the smiths. If its machine or blacksmith . work you want re- member. Crosbyton Machine | |S Blacksmith Shop f Crosbyton, - \t~ THE WIGWAM Crosbyton, Texas Hotel on American Plan / • '> Clean, Comfortable Beds Excellant Meals, Good Service Rate $1.50 per day ,\ a* t- * t- r- t- n* t+ t- t- f i- Special Monthly Rates or Meal Tickets AttTtVVTVVVVV VVVTYV It * ; i ...

Publication Title: Crosbyton Review, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crosbyton Review — 23 March 1911

' ' '''' i" nS?, „<■>" '-Sea i^%£Snii| bAve gone before her toothjvi is six feet on® way *nd Broad the other and 1H business simply lie give up the flfehWtf he to make them iperfbr^rtricks, iree it-would be heresy to say a coward.- Tl|e fact, remains tliu'.fti uftjjljftila twtMiujn VERY WISE P roi'essjonal .ami. Business *}' - #il s iKICT letter of the aw , ltmf;; . * v. vi"'""^'^'",. 11 -'•£>>>• Young Womsjf Kai* Within the 8ts*. Utah- When Her Attention Was Called to Them':" e tooth made him Jit , up ajad take notice he kept still abbut -It. He had a sneaking hope that it was a false -alarm. j,.v-'W:.'>, y\; I It was not Anything coM or. any?, thing hot he learned to oat on the other side of his mouUf and occasit . |* -IMM A ■ M ^— .sS^ ajAl^k momentB or TorgetTnineBs DEpugnt tujtn .... starts" of retributory anguish. Still, he! kept his sorrow to himself. No- body knew anything about the hms* 'turbedcpadltion of hie dental j^pper** tus till the grapefruit at b O...

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