The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 10, 1909 Page: 2 of 10
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should they not? AM- these
moods are in a measare governed
by the physical condition of the
nwoed^ Tefcr - Itey 31.
fire spread sorrow
tion in the little town
miles southeast of
* • • • ^ ~ -
Hundreds are homeless and the
urgent needs of, the survivors
have* been only partially minis-
tered to. '
—Thrwrowraira- shortly after
midnight According to the
statement of a man who affirms
that he was calm enough to
glance at his Watch at the time,
it passed diagonally through the
place in exactly two minutes.
The fire followed almost immedi-
ately and it is said to have been
started by a bolt of lightning
Which struck amid the business
who do not control our own short
comhilgs'prefiume to. chastise our.
little ones who have not been
taught by either precept or ex-
ample to be self-controlled, for
so skitfuUycopylnr^teir eldaips.
Instead of the hasty reprimand
why not first endeavor i to find
out the reason for Mary's peev-
ishneas or Johnnie's stubborn-
ness? Very often it can be trac-
ed to an excess of improper food.
Impossible as this may seem to
Yetw vert its attention she woufd in
trums" the mother were to take
it oat-for a walk in the fresh tir,
or would otherwise) skillfully di-
al! probability succeed in banish-
ingthe fretful humor, and s6e
would also be taking the first
step toward finding the cause of
its peevishness, and by finding
Foe Sale—a good lot of Kaffir
Corn and. Milo Mtfceat $13 per
ton;-also severat ftne milch Dor-
ham cows. Apply to, _
., ~ " ^ JohrrWooten,
5t pd . WaHe Tex.
incftnvenient for a considerable
iwrnfor of the county to reach,
while the new tqwn w practically
in the cebter of tfce county and is
also on the main line of the Orient
road. It is located 18 miles from
Sweetwater and 16 from Rosce.
Lewis ton, Idaho, June 2 —
National Bank Examiner Claude
Gatch is authority for the state-
ment thatashomi^ehaa been
discovered in the funds of the
Lewist'jn; National bank. Be-
vond the statement that the stock-
all is that today there is mourn
of homes; that ii
the quiet Country cemetery hard
by there are many new-made
graves covered with garlands Of
spring flowers, and that fully
half of was a happy and proa-
„perou8 little town of 1,000 peo-
-pt&is utterly destroxfed and laid
—The funerals began Sunday
morning and continued until the
sun was down. There were
more today,, and the presen t
-great fear of the people is that
others are to follow. Long be-
fore daylight yesterday the sur-
vivors were working in the de-
bris, and they made many a
ghaatlydiscovery .A.voang wo-
man saw the figure of a man,
ereict. and with arms clasped
about a telegragh pole. Curios-
osity impelling her, she moved
nearer and saw that a heavy
scantling^ whirled by terrific
blast as if it were but a straw,
had shaved off the skull as clean-
ly as if done with an ax. The
man had been dead for hours,
but in death had -retained the
posture assumed in the moment
For the Supply of the People of Crosby
and Adjoining Counties.
of the supreme peril.
Look for Causes
Do you ever stop to think when
your little boy is "cross" as you
call it and bangs his heels upon
the floor and sets up a howl for
something that has been denied
him that he may be-all tired out,
as you often are when thipgs go
A normal healthy child is sel-
dom illnatured. The little fellow
who kicks his playthings about
or strikes at you Vebelliously
with bis baby hands, in nine cas-
es out of ten is sutfering from a
nervous derangement of his sys-
tem just as you are when you say
the hasty word you are sorry for
the moment it was uttered, or
give this same rebelliotte little
the shake or the slap you al-
ret the next instant.
n have their .moods as
older people do; w&y
A full assortment of No. 1 Lumber in car load
shipments direct trom mills.
Posts, Shingles Roofing
Also a full line of builder^ materials including
Sashes, Doors, Building Paper, Lath, Plaster,
Lime, Cement, Sand, Brick, Oil, Paints, Stains,
Varnish Etc, Etc. - - - - -
All Under Cover
Straight Nigger Head Coal For Sale.
S. CULBERSON, Manager
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the average mother. And the
doughnuts which Johnnie eat
for breakfast, and oftentimes
between meals, also, have noth-
ing except the hole in them, ac-
cording to the statement of a
physician, to commend them to
If patents would oftener stop
to take these seemingly trivial'
things -into consideration, and
would profit by the insight thus
gained, there would be less cross
nervous children in the world to
grow up into rfervous dyspeptics
by the simple law of cause and
effect. And if instead of pun
ishing the child who has "tan-
Is In Arms
judicial Metropolis Asked
To Give Up Court House
Estate and Insurance of all kinds. Great
ur interest tosee us
Office Postoffice Building
ft '4 '
- Trouble is brewing over in No-
lan county over the question of
removing the county site from
Sweetwater to Maryneal, a new
town on the Orient within five
miles of the geographical center
of the county. Courthouse iights
are nearly always bitter fights
and the Nolan county case is not
likely to be an exception to the
mile. Petitions are being circu-
lated and very considerably sign-
ed throughout the county asking
the commissioners to order an
election for an early date to de-
cide the question and late reports
say that the required numbei^of
voters to secure this election have
already signed the petition. The
situation seems to be that the
town of Sweetwater, th^ present
county site of Nolan county, is a
the county and is therefore very
holders made the shortage good
Gatch declines to discuss the sit-
uation. The shortage is alleged
to be $137 000
The alleged embe^zlemegt is
said to have been made possible
by manipulation fit an adding
mach ine. The Lewiston National
Bank and Idaho Trust company
consolidated a year ago. The
aggregate deposits at the present
time are about $600,000, of which
$450,000 is subject to check.
Cash on hani is about $200,000.
The case has been placed in the
hands of the comptroller otiJjjr-
rehcy who will decide when the
arrests will be made.
Citation by Publication
'PHB-STATE OP TEXAS,
To the Sheriff of iuiy Constable of
Crosby Co., Oreetingir. ^ .
You ar? HSWbby Commanded to
aurpmon the Kentucky Cattle Raising
Company, a foreign corporation, by
making publication of this Citation once
in each week for four successive weeks
previous to the return day hereof, in
some newspaper published in your
Cduhty, if there a newspaper pub-
lished therein, but if not, then in any
newspaper published in the 60th Judicial
District, but if there be no newspaper
published in said Judicial District, then
TtTa newspaper in the "nearest District
to said 5^th Judicial District, to appear ^
at the next regular term of the District
Court of Crosby County, to be holden
at the Court House thereof, in Emma,
oxr the idth Monday after, 4he' Pirnt
M6nday in February, A. D. *1909," the •
same beinif the 14th day of June A. D
1909, then and there to answer a peti-
tion filed in said Court on the 19th day-
of May'A. D. 1909 in a suit, -numbered
on the docket of said Court No. 145,
wherein Charles Perky is Plaintiff, and
Kentucky Cattle Raising Company is
Defendaat, and said petition alleging:
That plaintiff is the owner and holder
by fee simple titfe^through meisne con-
veyances under the defendant of two
surveys of land,
situated, lying and- being in Crosby
county Texas, and more particularly
known and described as follows:
Section No. 14, located and surveyed
by virtue of certificate No. 28 124, is-
sued to W. C. Ry. Co., patent No. 1$.
volume 18, dated November 2nd, 1899. '
Section No. 22 in block No. 2t located
arjld surveyed by virtue of certificate
No. 28 128, issued to W. C. R. C. Co., '
patent No. 138, volume No. 18, dated- •
November 7th, 1899.
That the defendant company was the
owner and holder of said surveys No.
14, as the assignee of L. F. Eaton, and
of survey No. 22, as the assignee of
Jere Reese, both of whom had acquired
the same from the state of Texas, un-
der laws enacted by the Legislature of
the state of Texas. While the defen-
dant so awried ana . held both of said
sections of land a writ of attachment
was duly issued out of the district
court of Crosby county, Texas*, in cause
No. 52. George W. Frantz vs. the Ken-
tucky Cattle Raising Company and
levied upon said lands, with other
inds, and that said lands were ordered
to be sold by the court and the same
were sold by the sheriff of Crosby
county, Texas; that said lands were
struck off to George W. Frantz at said
sale and that afterwards the purchaser
at said sale caused the balance of the
purchase money to be paid, to the state
of Texas and caused patent to be is-
sued by the State of Texas, to the de-
fendant lierein, which constitutes de-
nt'-s sole-and only elaim -to said:;
By reason of the premises plaintiff
says that the patent so issued to the
defendant company, subsequent to the
date of said sale, makes an apparent
title of record in the name of the de-
fendant company, which title is not
real, the superior and real title being
in plaintiff, and because thereof plain-
tiff now brings this suit to determine
his right to "the superior title to' said
Hkrein Fail NOT, but have" before
said Court, at its aforesaid next regular _
term, this writ, with your re-
turh thereon,'showing how you have
executed the same.
witness, Will F. Ezell, Clerk of
the District Court of Crosby County.
Given Under My Hand and the Seal
of said Court, at office in Emma this
the 19th day pf May A. D. 1909.
(seal) Will F. Ezell, Clerk,
District Court, Crosby County.
By A. H. Kierce, Deputy.
Send the Review—beats writting letters
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QUALITY AND REPUTATION
Both Count. We Can Please You
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White, F. E. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 10, 1909, newspaper, June 10, 1909; Crosbyton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242140/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.