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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 January 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 31. 1903. CANYON CITY XKWS Piil.ltsli.-.l F.wry Friday. Hy OEO. A. UK A N DON Kntrrrd lit l'otfl1rr M Canyon City Srrund-Clako Miillrr. Ofllrf of I'uMii-ttti.ni Wt Kvrljn Street. Pilars stnt out of tin' county promptly licontiiiui'il at t'xpiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Count SIM One Year mit of Cuiintif. .SVr months Tuo month Jo ANNOUNCEMENTS For County .Iii'lse A. S. ROLLINS For County and OiMri.-t lt'ik. .1. A. TATE. iv-elertion. For sin-riff and Tax Collator II. II. S AN FORD SAM It. LOFTON" For Cotmtv Treasurer. C. P. llFTCIIlNGS P. H. YOFNC. For County Attorney. R. A. SOWDEK This is just what has boon done on Iho Texas Plains. Today those people own the bulk of our vast fertile prairies. The "prospector investor ami speculator'' however seems to he a necessity in the opening to actual development of all now countries. They are the fore- runners of the permanent settler. Such has been the case from the time the Anglo-Saxon made hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 January 1908

OANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 31. 1908. I.JHlHBll9JM 11 WE MEET ALL COMPETITION In Prices on Windmills Wagons Buggies and Everything Else. io foot Star Windmill $27.50 12 " " " 37.50 14 " Wood Star Windmills 6000 14 in. John Deere Sulky Plows 30.00 14 in " " Common Sense Sulky plow 32.50 14 in. Columbia Kock Island Sulky plow 37 50 14 in. Rock Island 2 and 3 wheel Sulky Plows $27 to 30 oo East Side of Courthouse MOM 1TOW1M & COUNTY ft ft ft :- ICHKONAI AND OTII MATTKKH THAT CONI'KKN OI K CITIZIONH. ft ftftft ftftft Monday is "First Monday.'' Don't overlook this. (irip and colds are quite a com- mon complaint now. J. A. Stake a sash and door man of Dallas was in town Mon- day. G. G. Foster returned the first of the week from his trip to (ireenville. Clifford Reynolds now at Plain- view visited his parents the first of the week. ' Oscar Smith left on Monday for the Middle States in search of land buyers. The man who has cattle and can hold them until grass will be glad that he did so....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 January 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 31. fOOO. ' TV ANNOUNCEMENTS H. J. Cavctt. 3.J THK PAKLOK SUIT determines the character of your whole house. It need not be very expensive but it must be in good taste. THE CHOICE OF PARLOR FURNITURE offered you here is the very wid- est. We shall ho glad to have you make a selection that will prove its wisdom in the adnnra ' For District Attorney. A. A. LI'MPKIN ' For County .linliiv A. S. KOIX1XS For County anil district I'lerk. .J. A. TATK. re-election. MARVIN P. GARNER i i For Sheriff and Tav Collector - K. II. SAXFOKP ; SAM P.. LOFTON i II. .1. CAVFTT For County Treasurer. C. P. lirTCHINOS ! P. II. YOl'XG. ! For County Attorney j R. A. SOWDEK i For County Assessor. .IOE FOSTEIt i re-election) ' ForCounty Commissioner Pre. No. 1 ! I .I01IX ROWAX j I All suliject to Democratic Primary ! I action if any he had. ; One more eandidate for sheriff ami tax eollet tor of Randall eoun-; ty in the person of II. J. Cavett. i ; Mr. Cavett came from McGregor J here ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

Canyon City I News VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7 1908. NO. 45 it 8 TP Phillips UV 1 fl Penneie Lends 1 HI 111 Stonewall Jackson. Hy houehtvs love. Head heart and soul were in the fight. T I (': 1 1 liis baptismal name was Thomas .Iiiii.ii lian .Jackson tlie great southern general will be known in histiiry always p.s Stonewall Jackson. In fact this so- briciucl bestowed upon the Confederate warrior tlirouirli Cciicral lice's remark at the first battle of I'.ull ICtiu or Ma- nassas "There stands .lackson like a Btono wall" became so intimately iden- tified with .laekson's name even before Lis untimely death in the very midst of the war that it eame to lie printed without quotation marks. Stonewall .lackson always stood like n stone wall for whatever lie believed to lie rij-'ht. A native Virginian lie be- lleved that Virginia and the south had the highest warrant for seceding from the 1'nion. .lackson lielieved that se- cession under the circumstances at- ten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEVSS. FEBRUARY 7. 1908. CANYON CITY NKWS Pul. I Mini Kv.t.v Fri.lii.v. y c;i:U. A. li KAN DON Kntrrnl ill roiiflif Hi t'miyim City Sironil ( Mattrr. Oltirr of I'ulilii iit inn rt .vrl)n Sitrrt. Papers suit out i.f tin county promptly lisintininl at oxpirntion of tiiuo paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Onr Year in County SI .00 One Year out of Count n.. . Six monlht 7 Tiro months 'J S ANNOUNCEMENTS For President WILLI AN JENNINGS P.RYAX For District Attorney. A. A. LlWtPKIN HENRY. S BISHOP For County .lutljri- A. S. ROLLINS For County nii'l District Clerk J. A. TATE iv-dei-tion. MARVIN P. GARNER For Shfiif! anil Tax Collector I!. H. SAN FORD SAM P.. LOFTON II. .1. CAVKTT For County Treasurer. C. P. HL'TCIUNGS P. II. YOUNG. For County Attorney. R. A. SOWDER For County Astsi.r. .UE FOSTEi: i re-election i For Co'.mty 'oiimi.MoiHT Pre. No. 1 .101 IN ROWAN For Justice of the Peace Free. No. 1 JO IX ROWAN All snli"-t to Kfiii'icratie Primary ;i'-tioii if any he ha-1. The Electric Light...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 7. 19QQ. Plains Farm Experience. From the Hereford Hrand of last week we take another letter written to that 'paper and giving .some results of farming. on the Plains. It is by (J. W. Ward is dated Jan. I'l and reads: I came to the Plains seventeen years ago the lirst time but re- turned to my old home down in Texas where I was raised. Nine years ago I came back to Castro county and tiled on four sections of land; since that time I have bought seven more sections one of which is in Randall county. I have been engaged in farming and stock raising and have always made enough feed stuff for my own purposes and had some left to sell each year. In the spring of VMW I broke out 100 acres of sod and planted the field in sor- ghum with a two'-row seeder. After the stuff grew up I turned my stock in the Held and let them eat it down thus saving the trouble of harvesting and feeding. As soon as the stock were taken off I planted the field in wheat putting three peck...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 7. 190Q. A -Up Sale jiean ON ALL WINTER GOODS In a few days our Spring Goods will be coming in and we will need more room so we have gotten out the knife again and will offer some of the best bargains we have ever given. This is not mere talk but an actual fact and an investigation will prove it. This Sale Will Begin Monday Feb. 10th and Close Saturday the 15th For Cash Only. Don't delay but come in and get choice. 40 Per Cent Off Men's Suits 20 Per cent off caps on Overcoats and Ladies $25.00 Suits $17.50 01 a" $1.5o Caps $1.05 doaks 20.00 Suits 13.00 1.25 Caps .85 15.00 Suits 9.50 Winter l.oo Caps .75 $25 Overcoats $15.00 12.50 Suits 7.50 60 to 75c Caps .5o 12 " or Cloak 7.20 10.00 Suits 6.50 Underwear 5oc Caps .35 Men's Trousers Boys' Clothing Wool Dress Goods Blankets sv.oo trousers ;).: Come and see them. The at a discount of Cheaper than you have 4.."0 trousers o.i'ii 1 j.uo trousers t."i price will be down low 25 ever gotten them before Slrouser's: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 7. 19Q8. Jl WE MEET ALL COMPETITION In Prices on Windmills Wagons Buggies and Everything Else. T y i i r'. b f f io foot Star Windmill $27.50 12 " " " 37 50 14 " Wood Star Windmills 60.00 14 in. John Deere Sulky Plows 30.00 14 in " " Common Sense Sulky plow 32.50 14 in. Columbia Rock Island Sulky plow 37 50 14 in. Rock Island 2 and 3 wheel Sulky Plows $27 to 3000 East Side of Courthouse 1 J2L ITOWN 5 COUNTY? -- o 0 l'KIfKONAI. AMlOTIH.lt MATTKIW e THAT (ONCKItN (U K f'lTI.KXH. D090 Have you seen the devil? He's coming with "Faust.'' W. C. Raird was among those laid up with grip this week. Roy Cullum and Sam Marshall spent Sunday at Hereford. The Methodist church installed a new piano this week. Have you seen the devil? He's coming with '"Faust.'' Dr. Ingham is now building a substantial barn at his residence. Mrs. J. L. Howell Jr. came in Tuesday from Lake Arthur. P. X. Sum rail is now working at Plainview. Carl Coffee is working at Ama- rillo. Tree planti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 7. 190B. Szychenyi-Vanderbilt Wedding. THK PAKLOR SUIT dolonninos thf character of your whole house. It need not bo very expensive but it must be in good taste. THE CHOICE-OF PAKLOK FUKNITUKE offered yon here is the very wid- est. We s'nall lie glad to have you make a selection that will prove its wisdom in the admira- tion it will excite anions your friends. It will also prove its wisdom in the long wear its solid construction insures. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. CARDS PROFESSIONAL. D. M. STEWART physician airt Surocon Orl'n-0 in Wallace Buililinir over A. II. Thompson's Pnii; Stun-. CiillKjiroiuptly iinswoml nitrht or day Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfficcTHE CITY PHARMACY. F.A1. Wilson M.D. Physician & Surgeon o) i n i: CITY PHARMACY. Calls anven.Ml trniiitly nay or uiirtit. Pi'si.l'i)ct-Pli'int-No. 4'i. R. A. SOWDER ltt(rnV 'lt.1 :W nil "fit:i TV .Gladys had a little more hors. .HU'lllVI III ltl " U1IU i'VVUI II I (L. E. Cowling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 February 1908

Canyon City News VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1908. NO. 46 Mill 0 IT end Pen .n THE COUNTRY SCHOOLS. Present Conditions and Needed Improvements. I have finished my round of visits to the public schools and wish to make a few observations as to their condition and surest some needed improvement. I am happy to say that on an average we have an efficient hon- est and conscientious class of teachers in the county who seem to be doing the best they cm un- j der the circumstances. J The children too are bright j active and intelligent. j I notice a marked upward ten- dency on the part of the teach- ers as to methods more espe- cially as to those who have had! the benefit of Normal training and I would urge upon all our teachers the importance of at- tend i n g o u r S t at e No r m al sch ool s . The salaries of the teachers j are reasonably remunerative in j fact there is more liberality in ; using the funds in this respect than in needed improvements j Not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 14. 908. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION In Prices on Windmills Wagons Buggies and Everything Else. 10 foot Star Windmill $27.50 12 " ' 37-5 14 Wood Star Windmills 60.00 14 in. John Deere Sulky Plows 30.00 14 in " " Common Sense Sulky plow 32.50 14 in. Columbia Rock Island Sulky plow 57 50 14 in. Rock Island 2 and 3 wheel Sulky Plows $27 to 50 00 We have a complete stock of all kinds of Implements Wagons Buggies Eclipse Windmills Pipe Casing Cylinders Wire Nails and Hog Fence. We also have in connection a lirst class Harness Shop and make all our tine harness by hand. We use nothing hut the best material. OiiMVRICES ARE KIOI1T. Re sure to tigure with us before you buy. We will make it to your interest to see us. 12 in. Mohne Goodenough 3 wheel Sulkey Plows 30.00 Rock Island 1 Disc Plows 45.00 4 2 " ' 55-00 " " 3 " ' 65. 00 Hancock Single Disc Plows 45.00 Double " 55 00 " Three " " 65.00 East Side of Courthouse THOMPSON HARDWARE CO. Canyon City Texas CANYON CITY NE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY M. 19QB. jTOWN & COUNTY ' 9 llilimiAAl A .l U I II !'.!( JIATTKIHI Q ft THAT CONelCUN OUU CITIZKNH. ft Only four paes this week. 281 polls were paid in Briscoe County. W. I. Todd was up from Tulia Tuesday. II. E. Hume and W. C. Kenyon were among our Amarillo visitors Tuesday. Four hundred and sixty-eight poll taxes were paid in Deaf Smith county. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pipkin of Plainview were visitors here the first of the week. Mrs. Jordan has sold her resi- dence property thru Smith & Monroe to Dawson Bros at Sl'-TiO. Dr. Cartwright of Amarillo was a courthouse attendant this week interested in the Hughes case. 0. C. Slaughter denies having sold his eighty thousand acre S ranch saying he has merely placed it for sale. County Commissioner M. S. Park says that in his naborhood' there are 1900 acres of wheat and all in prime condition. The Hutson School term has closed and Miss Maud Brandon the teacher has resumed her al- ways welcome place at the case...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 14 1908. THE FULL RENDITION LAW. Want New County cr Annexation. ' The full rendition law is giving j .1. T. llollaml of south of the no end of trouble all over the j canyon in Armstrong county in State. Some counties are claim- j town last week said that he and ing to assess at full market value j his nabors situated like him eith- while others are said to be as-i er wanted a new county carved THE PA K LOR SUIT determines the character of your whole house. It need not be very expensive but it must be in good taste. THE CHOICE OF PARLOR FURNITURE offered you here is the very wid- est. We shall be glad to have yen ! sessing at one-half that. Tarrant asserts that she is of the tirst named taking all manner of property at one hundred cents on the dollar of its market value and Dallas county is among those accused of taking it at just half of that amount. out of Armstrong Randall Swisher and Hriscoeor else they desired to be attached to either Randall or Swishe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 February 1908

tiyoti City News VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21 1908. NO. 47 i(0 SBf t p Buy Psnhsnci MS Palo Duro Park Bill. That tin Palo Duro Park may secure the requisite appropria- tion at this session of Congress through the exorcise of a little congressional log rolling is now a possibility which holds forth greater promise of success than any other which has yet devel- oped in th:' campaign toward se- curing the passage of the park- bill. The following letter just re- ceived by Secretary .J. Iv Nunn of the Palo Duro Parle commis- sion from Senator Iiailey indi- cates the plan which may be fol- lowed out in getting the appro- priation: "I have received yours of Jan- uary :Mst; and if congress passes the bill establishing the Appala- chian park. I think it reasona- bly certain that we can put the Palo Duro Canyon Park proposi- tion upon that bill as an amend- ment. There is grave question in my mind about the power and wisdom of the Federal govern- ment establishing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 21. 1908. V8 v. ou LIN IT 5 Essssa li 1W I Two Row Planters In our line of planters arc inclu- ded such well known and reliable makes as the Parlin & Orendorff The iMoline and The John Deere. These are 2-row planters and you can have them in either runner or disc openers. Wo have a complete stock of all kinds of Implements Wagons Buggies Eclipse Windmills Pipe Casing Cylinders Wire Nails and Hog Fence. We also have in connection atirst class Harness Shop and make all out- fine harness by hand. We use nothing but the best material. OUR PRICKS ARE RIGHT. " -.-.-....-.1 J - m - . 9 Wf-- One Rowr Planters Our 1 -row planters can also be used as listers and we carry only the best made-- Sweet William 2-horse Rock Island 2-horse. Special Prices on goods listed February 1st still hold good. I 1 i 1 w'gwwsyE CANYON CITY NEWS Published Kwry Friday. Uy GKO. A. IJRANION F.ntrrfd at J'osti'flire at Canyon City a Second-CIa Matter. Oltirc Publication t Kvrlvn strre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 21. 1908. KflQ Hi Tolsa Cea! at $750 per ton Burns Red Rust Proof Seed Cottonseed Grain May iTOWNfi COUNTY! a - . . . . . - - - - Ct ft $ I'KKsoVU. A N I (I I "II 111: M I "'!:!; S n (j THAT esiNiKir o in i; rinr.s ii ft'? Memphis repm-is smallpox in ;i mild form. ( irady Pipkin of Hlainviow was in town the tirst of ihe work-. .Mrs. K. II. A-kley returned on Sunday from her visit to Waxa- hachio. .1. W. Reed and family mowd to Lake Arthur X. M. the tirst of this week. .1. L. I 'richard returned lai week from a t rip to his posses sions at i ilc Art in r. Dr. .1. W. I)'i.in informs The News hy letter that his pres"iit address is ;;i 1 Ka-t i!nd St.. Fort Worth. Mrs. Mollie K'reves. of C.inyoii City is this weelc visiting the family of .1. II. Ie-ves in tills city.- Clarendon 1 5. inner-Stork -man. Sterling Coffee was in Amarillo one day last week and tried the new street ears ile says ihey ride good made him feel as tlio he was in a city. The News wants som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 21. 1908. l( IIP" I I I 811 THE PAKLOIi SUIT determines the character of your whole house. It need not be very expensive but it must be in pood taste. THE CHOICE OF PARLOR FURNITURE offered you here is the very wid- est. We shall be pi ad to have vou make a selection that will prove its wisdom in the adinira-j tion it will exeite amonp your ! friends. It will also prow its wisdom in the lonp wear its solid eon st r u et i on ins a re s . THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. CARDS PROFESSIONAL Alexander Hamilton. "By 'RO'BE.'RTVS LOVE. He served as a balance wheel in the building of the Ameri- can machine. D. M. STEWART Ipbysician nnfc Siuiconf )!?)( iii Wallace BniMin v.-r A. II. Thompson's lni-stiTc CalUpr. miptly answcivil nitrht or day Geo. J. PARSONS hi. D. PHYSICM AND SURGEON NOW that tho people of the Unit- ed States are In the throes of a renewed discussion of "cen- tralization of power" as opposed to local state authority it is tittiui; to recall the in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 February 1908

Canyot Gitv News. VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28 1908. NO. 48 p icor Sill i HOFFMAN PARAGRAPHS. The snow h;is put a line sea- son in the ground. L. A. Pierce is sowing oats. Ho says his cattle are getting thru tho winter nicely; fat enough for oeef. The boys of our community had an egg roast at Jesse Pierce's recently. They had a jolly time. A. 15. Cage and family and An- nie Hoffman attended church at Umbarger Sunday. Lena Hoffman attended Sun- day School at Paloduro Sunday. II. Xoece's sister of Mo. visited him last week. She was enroute to her new home at Artosia X. M. Ed. Harrold and wife and Hirch Campbell and wife were quests of Mrs. F. Hoffman Fri day. The larks are telling us of spring. If humanity was as cheerful as the little birds we would have a happy world. H. T. Johnson attended the Mission Hoard meeting in Can- yon the L'Oth. Our bachelor nabor Jesse Pierce is improving his home by making a lawn in front of his house. Hope it will be conta- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 28 1908. i r i 1 IP53 UN PLANT 3 . t 1 Two Row Planters In our line of planters are inclu- ded such well known and reliable makes as the Parlin & Orcndorff The Moline and The John Deere. These are 2-row planters and you can have them in either runner or disc openers. Wo have a complete stock f nil kinds of Implements Wa irons. I Juries Fclipso Windmills l'ipe. Casing Cylinders. Wire Nails ami Hor Fence. Wo also have in connection a tirst class Harness Shop ami make all our tine harness by hand. Wo uso nothing hut tho host material. OFK PKICKS AKK K1CHT. One Row Planters Our 1 -row planters can also be used as listers and we carry only the best made-- Sweet William 2 -horse Rock Island 2-horse. Special Prices on yjoods listed February 1st still hold good. 1 1 - VI te ll CANYON CITY XKWS Puhlisl.ed Fvery Friday. I5y CEO. A. llKANDONi Kiitcidl at rot..h(' ;it Ciiivom City n si-mml "i:i. Miittt'i'. Ol'ii'i' nl I'll I1 Iv-ilt ion j Wtt Kwtyn Street. - ' i P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 February 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 28. 1908. 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 I'ICH.SOVAl AMI OTIi Kit MATTKKMq 0 0 0 THAT CONCICKN OKIE (TTIZKNH. a 0 00000000 00000000 Undo better. Tun Foster in much Next Monday March 2nd is Trade day. The ground is still in line con- dition for putting out trees. A. II. Thompson is among those setting out trees this week. Tret; planting this week around the Methodist church and par- sonage. R. A. Sowder Est. was at Hereford this week attending district court. Marriage license was issued Saturday to A. 15. Dills and Miss I mo V. Oogar. Born -To Mr. and Mrs. C. I Sholnut on Feb. I'J a boy weigh- ing nine pounds. Mrs. Stanley of Detroit Mich- igan is visiting her daughter Mrs. Travis Shaw. Mrs. S. V. Wirt and son Lo- renza returned home Saturday from Mineral Wells. Miss Knuna Harder returned Monday from y few days-' visit to friends at Amarillo. The Canyon Coal company has installed a l'J-horse gasoline en- gine for grinding purposes. Mrs. Reiser and daugh- ter Miss Mary left...

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