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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CJR1 1 City V J3L JL VOL XII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908. NO. 4 0 i Brothers a j ci d k y 1 110 31 ffU II M ffii ?f fni P ffr HOFFMAN PARAGRAPHS. Wo have been visited by ;t lino rain ;md wheat is lo king nicely. Dro. Robeson conducted ;i week's services at Day school house the past week. FaI Hoffman has purchased a line new buggy. Miss Vida Khinehart of Good- The capita slock is t's 1 0,1100 and anions tin shareholders are. L. T. Lester, Travis Shaw, I). A. Park, C. 1). Lester and V. F. Lester, all of Canyon City. April '2, (. Happy. Beaten Up and His Money Taken. A Brickyard Proposition, of the the school their personal -presence and supervision. This, Thru iiie Coininerci al cluh a; of course, requires in many proposition h;;s been made to the cases a sacrifice of business town for a brick. ard. A bonus ! matters, but with ut it we may of SJ.ooo is asked for. The Clove-1 rest assured that only hit and land Press Driok Co. of Humbolt, ' miss methods wil...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CANYO.V CITY NEWS, APRIL 24. f9O0. fcw .. urni r-rt f--r - - Mm - FREE ! Sweet William Cotton and Corn Planters The most complete planter on the iiviri.-.t nf it tvm. W'e are over- is a perfect little stove, 22 inch- 1 t,u-t:irmi these Lister Planters and es lonjf, 1 1 inches wide and A s inches high; has reservoir for heating water and oven for bak- ins:. Call and jset a drawing j book and enter the contest. I To the little irl that cair draw the best reproduction of the Buck's Stove & Range Co. trade mark, turned in bv Mav 1. It we are makimr reduced prices to re duce our stock. We guarantee these planters to do the work. j See us for Implements in all lines, Wagons, Call and see us on east side of courthouse and let us show you j Buggies, Windmills, Pipe, CaSUlg, the many lines we handle which are too numerous to mention. We will Make You Right Prices Shelf and Heavy Hardware CANYON CITY NICWS 1 adopted by a rising veto: ; I thought we outrht to teach nun--: what this paper t...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. APRIL 24. tOOO. CANYON CITY NKWS PiiMUImmI Dwry Frlihi.v. Uy Cl'.i). A. IIUAMMIN, KmIcitiI nl I'o-lolll. r nl Ciitiy.Mi it n Si-cuiil -Cl:i M ittrr. Olttcr i.t I'liltl Utit Ion Vt Kvi'lvn sr-M. Papers stnt (Hit of the cHiint.v promptly discontinued nt expiration of time pulil for. SUBSCRIPTION. f.t Vrar ill (hunt a $1.00 One Ycur out of Count u . . . I.Jo Six months 75 Tiro months a nninfminrnrmrnfTC ANNOUNCEMENTS - For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS IIRYAN For District Attorney, A. A. LUMPKIN IIENRV. S BISHOP II. II. BAKKIt For County .linle A. S. KOLLINS A. N. II KNSON. re-elect l 111 For County Attorney, R. A. SOWDER WALTER 10. CUANFOKD For County and District Clerk, .1. A. TATE, re-election. MARVIN P. GARNER For Sheriff and Tax Collector It. II. SAN FORD SAM It. LOFTON" II. J. CAVKT For County Treasurer, C. P. IIl'TCIIINGS P. II. YOUNG. S. V. WIRT, re-elect ion For County Assessor, JOE FOSTER 1 re-election) For County Commissioner and Jus tice nf the Peace I'rec. ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. APRIL 24, 1900. Local Weather Record. ITOWN & COUNTY: l ITliw'NAI, AMMlTHI H M T Tl US THAT CilM'KHN Ot li CtTIZKNS. iad rained last week, was raining when The News wont to pivs Thursday of last week and J , it rained again Friday. Saturday , Jj night and on Sunday. In sill ; ! some three inches of rain foil inj Canyon City. In tho sou thorn portion of tho county it was about j two inches. Tho rains havo, however, boon ample all over the! Hillard of Chieapo county all that could housed Law this week. ; fell and it is needless to remark j that prass and crops of all kinds ; are booming. Mrs. Jordan is not improving. Mrs. A. N. Henson went to Koswell yesterday. George visited Mi Kev. .1. S. Groves is still suf fering from the rising inhis head Improvements of one kind or another are pomp on all over town. County Court. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coffey vis ited relatives in Amarillo Satur day and Sunday. Little accomplished this week. A judpment nisi was rendered apainst ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. APRIL 24. f900. hIIEY You may wonder how we do this; it is easy. We buy from one of the largest shoe man ufacturers in the world, Roberts, Johnson & Rand. They often buy shoe material in train lots. By buying in such quantities they can make and sell shoes cheaper than most manufacturers. 44 Star Brand Shoes are Better A One of the Famous Patriot Shoes We have them in gun metal, patents and tans. The Patriot For Men at $4.00 ANOTHER PATRIOT One of Our Family Line This is one of the stron gest lines made for the children. Something For the Children: We have a limited supply of Banks which we are going to give away to each child who gets a shoe from us that costs $1.50 or over. This will help the children save their money and teach them to be economical. Children cannot open this bank. It has to be brought to us to be opened. iff We have just received one of the best lines of ladies muslin underwear that we have ever shown; also have a small lot of the sample lin...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. APRIL 24. 1900. THE PLAINS FUTURE. Who Preaches the Doctrine of "Mate." THE POKTKY OF SPUING l;V .i.i". lil'NT. "1 appeal to my friends to hate I said in my lat that 1 would ami continue to halo my enemies, give you some of my ideas of t he 1 appeal to my friends to uiako fut u iv (if this plains count ry . If jit i in possible for my enemies to wo mako a fow tigures. wo can 'exist in tliis town or county. I roadilv soo whv this count rv ; ilo not Know that I will go so far seems like it is not settling up ; as to surest that tlio juries ho fast enough. Take the Panhan-J packed against thorn, hut I ilo , die counties and tin' plains from surest that they he so handled the northern part smith for j as not to he accorded a jury. I i about '00 miles and a strip about j stated in the skating rink last 170 miles wide making .V coun-1 year thill. 1 would drive my cno- ties with an a vera ire of is all very well in its way. Every body is better for admiring nat- j tions o...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

c New anyon City VOL XII. THE WEST A TOAST. When men shall name the lands they love, The land each holds all lands above- The mother land that gave them birth The greatest, fairest and the best Of all thecountries of the earth Then let them simply say "The West!" Boast, Briton, of thy forests old, Thy storied fields, thy castles bold, Brag, Scot, with love's impas sioned might Of lowland moor or highland height; Sing, faithful German, all that's thine Of beauty by the sweeping Rhine, And I'll discount their glories -aye Though told with passion, tire and zest, When I rise slowly from my seat And smiling at thy loyal heat, Uplift the toasting glass and say : "The land I love, my friends, The West!"' How wide thy plains, my noble west! How grand thy rivers sweep ing far; How tow'r thy mountain peaks snow drest And nobler than the great Alps are! What cities thunder on the plain, What cities roar beside the sea, .And what a grand immensity Broods over thy unbound domain! And this is mi...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 1. 1900. CANYON PuMUhe.l CITY NKWS r.vcry Krld.iv. , Democratic Official Ticket. For election of Delegates at large and alternates at largo to Nation al Democratic Convention. Pi. .!.'. I :un a Denuviat ami nledire myself to support tho l'.lJHTK Milt OUt ol tlH COUnt V ; " .,.., i i .1 it . proinjitly .lisoontinn.'.l at expiration i lVnuH-ratic President lal hloctors nominated by tho Democratic of time iai for. ; party in l'.iK. and tho nominees of the Democratic party to bo nominated in t no primary oiooiion to nonoiu in loxasm .im,, r.-o-. H Ol-.O. A. H KAN DON, Ftitrml Hi IWlorttre t Cunyon Ctt ; srroml Cln-n Mutter. Oltlrf of rultlicnUon , Vrt Fvrlyn Strrrt. r.'ijHTK Miit out of tlu county SUBSCKITTION. One Year in Count a One Year out of Count . Six months Tico months SIM j.j.: r FOR DKLKlLVTKS AT LARCH TO TUK NATIONAL DKMOCRAT1C CONY F.NTION : I ANNOUNCEMENTS I For President . WILLIAM .1 EXXIXGS P.RYAN Fur District Attorney, A. A. LL'MPKIX HEXRY. S BISHOP...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

GANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 1. 7908. TOWN 3 COUNTY: 0 ri:itH(Ai AMI OTIIKIt M ATTi:S that oci:it o u citizknu. Walter Cranford returned yes - terday from a two days' visit at Dalhart. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burrow ' left on Tuesday, Mrs. Burrow for Plainview and C. R. to attend i court at Lubbock. The News charity box is empty. Buy a few extra copies of this paper at." cents each that we may put something into it. The Methodist protracted meeting that was to have com menced next week has boon post poned until further notice. Under a force sale for pur chase money, carried out Wed nesday, Shopbell, the original owner, became the buyer of the barber shop outfit on the North side. The Keiser Bros, it Phillips Shire and Percheron stallions, referred to in this paper last week, will be kept for service on their farm west of town. Terms $ir to insure a living colt. .lames Dillard of llerrin 111, spent the fore part of this week with his cousin, County Judge i Benson. Be is highly pleased with the c...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 1. 19QB. TOWN-COUNTRY. Tho town cannot got along without tho country neither can the country do without tho town tho interests, one in the other, are mutual. Ami yet. in spite of this dependency on each other, nine times out of ton whore both by a certain enter prise can be benefited, one stands aside and lets the other do it all. A notable instance of this may be found in the very small interest heretofore taken by our country friends in the county fairs at Canyon City. And, coming to things present and with us now, the brickyard and flour mill proposition might be mentioned. Any and all of these things add values to land and the nearer tho town the higher the values. We find the truth of this position in the to day values of land within a mile or so of Canyon City. It is twice, thrice and even four times as high per acre as it can be purchased for in more distant portions of the county and as far as the land itself is con cerned, not any better either. "What ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

WE SAV Mi Y R You may wonder how we do this; it is easy. We buy from one of the largest shoe man ufacturers in the world, Roberts, Johnson & Rand. They often buy shoe material in train lots. By buying in such quantities they can make and sell shoes cheaper than most manufacturers. 44 Star Brand Shoes are Better 11 One of the Famous Patriot Shoes We have them in gun metal, patents and tans. The Patriot For Men at $4.00 ANOTHER PATRIOT One of Our Family Line This is one of the stron gest lines made for the children. Something For the Children: We have a limited supply of Banks which we are going to give away to each child who gets a shoe from us that costs $1.50 or over. This will help the children save their money and teach them to be economical. Children cannot open this bank. It has to be brought to us to be opened. M fJRWEAR e 'lave iust receved one of the best lines of ladies 3&5 fN nlus'in underwear that we have ever shown; also have bBI- HJr a small lot of the sample li...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY 1, 19QB, THE ALLIGATOR. To Students cf Animal HzbiU He I a Fo Worth Watching. For tho n.it are t.; !ri-.t the hab it of the alligalor I' M nmeh inter est. To the cir.nT.i sportsman he yr$ yJ 1 prcfcnts dolidiUn! possibilities, UCtTS$tff ' ; while to tho rvervdav tourist who will really seek him in hi home lie will give an assortment of sensa tions more thrilling than could he unearthed in a year of ordinary globe trotting. Hunt tip tho haunts of the crea ture until you I'm! a ri'.r that he frequents. Paddle ouiellv and alone is all very well in its way. Every- j down the stream and up the creeks body is bettor for admiring nat- and branches that enter it till you lire's awakening. Hut spring find on the bank the bed of an alli brinjrs praetieal needs as well, j gator with signs of his recent pres You can fret along without poetry, j ence. Hide your skill", sit. down oa tho bed and wait lor hnn to come home. ly and by out in the middle of tho stream vou mav see ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1908

(3 New anyon VOL XII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO.. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1908. NO. 6 City V innw rnnini mrnnrrx LUunL u rni iv ivinrmci The ( notations here given arc from tho Canyon City grain deal ers and show the market the day before the issue of this paper. The prices are for grain in sack unless otherwise stated. Wheat. No. l bushel 00 00 Oats, best, bushel Corn, best Maize, threshed, bushel.. Kaffir corn, threshed, bu.. ."0 no ro r.o Maize and Kaffir in heads, new crop, ton l.'i 00 Millet hay, per ton 10 00 Johnson grass hay, ton.. . 10 00 Alfalfa, per ton Chickens and l-'ggs Fryers, per dozen Eggs, per dozen ir oo oo I have 170,000 acres of land in Terrell and Valverde counties, Texas, for sale at S2.7: to i.00 per acre. Terms: 10 per cent cash, 10 per cent in six months, 10 per cent in twelve months and balance in equal annual install ments of 10 per cent each there after with interest at (' per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Clear of all encumbrance and good title. I ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY O. 1908. CANYON CITY NKWS rii!'!ihc! l'.vrrv Fri l.i.x. i r.r.o. a. i:k vndon. od delegate Mil S. A. Shot Well as alternate. (n t!n' ',n1 ion of permanent i ceied nearly all their immigra tion since the Civil War. Tin last i wo censuses show a decrease f rirrr.i i r..M..n- t tai...i. .i organization, the promulgation . in population in Nevada. It is i im.. Mam r. om.o ..r rnMit-.it ion nf Republican lift rines and t he j m v opinion t ha t ail those West- r-t tn street. , . , , putting out of a district and ern and Nortnorn Statos have J!::, ;;;:;v.V iy convention vas-ihout rched u,,.-,,. maximum ,r of time p.iil for. srnsvuiPTioN. ("c )V,;r in ( .'f.v .'. . . . (V,v 'o;r (' (V ;..' tS'j mitnlhs 7V'' ri'xf's i ANNOUNCEMENTS i For Pivsiih'iit, WILLIAM .11-:NN1N0 I'.RYAX For I;trii t Attorn. - . A. A. LI". Nine IN henry, s ruiior V.. II. 15AKi:ii For County .ludi A. s. ROLLINS V. N. HF.NSON. n -t'I- tion For I'or.nty Attorney. K. A. SOW PER For (.' "iiity and l'U...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY B. 1908. 000e0000 S THlAfM J. nnilMTV I Ulv ll u UUU lJ II?! O I'K.ltKONAI. AND ITIIi:i( M VTTi:i(.-t 0 THAT CIINCKKX CFTIZKNH. There was a picnic at t ho Falls Saturday. li. L. Temploton is visiting friends in Plainview this week. Lubbock has employed teach ers forthe next term of school. Elder Shore went to Hereford Sunday evening, retu riling home Monday. The less a person knows of the world the more contented that person is. Mr. and Mrs. CP. Hatchings have moved into the (Ins Wansley residence. Mrs. Chas. McDade visited friends in town Tuesday and Wednesday. Hunk Long is hack' again with us, having a position with the First National Hank. Lewis Saltman was in town Tuesday and reports a new girl at his home since April I T 1 1 1 . Parties who subscribed for sugar beet seed can now obtain them by calling on R. A. Terrill. Mrs. T. L. Hunt and children left on Tuesday evening for a two week's visit to relatives at Lub bock". Travis Shaw is having his resi dence...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY O. 1903. Democratic County Convention. yourself to do without a thousand and one pretty and showy things Following the Saturday pri-j which wealthy people puivhaso, i nary a county convention was and pride yourself on bein; juM hold and the delegates elected to as happy without them as your the State eonvont ion to wit : J rich neighbors .-tie with them; i L. ( Lair, .1. I' Hunt, t T. ; put so niueh dignity, siiuvrity, H THE rOKTKY OF SITJXC, is all very well in its way. Every body is better for admiring; nat ure's awakening;. But spring brin its practical needs as well. You can get along without poetry, but you certainly MUST HAVE MATTIXOS AND KUiS. Wo have endeavored to make our spring showing partake of the spirit of the season. Come and take a look around this store. (Had as you are that spring is here, you will be equally glad of a chance to secure such quality mattings and rugs at such quan tity prices. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. J. S. HARRISOX, Does...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1908

ny on City New VOL XII. MASONIC RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Bins Lodge and Chap ter on Death of Dr. J. L. Howell. To tin- W. Master, Wardens and brethren of Canyon City Ijodgo No. 7:!" A. F. it A. and to Canyon City Chapter R. A. M., Greeting: Whereas, the Supremo Grand Master of the Universe has called from lahor our beloved brother, Dr. J. L. Howell, whose life, while anions us. was a living wit ness of the tenets we profess a just and upright Mason. In the death of Pro. Howell Randall county has lost one of her best citizens, the medical profession an honored member, his family a kind, affectionate, worthy hus band and father and the craft, llue Lodge and Chapter, a faith ful, exemplary brother and com panion; therefore bo it Resolved, I iy the Canyon City Lodge No. 7;:0A. F. & A. M. and Lodge Directory. Modern Woodmen of America Canyon Camp No. 12032 Meets every other Thursday night. Visiting neighbors cor dially invited to attend. Blacksmith Shop Hartcr & Cliesser If the...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 15. 1908. CANYON CITY XKWS PuMUlii'il r.viT.v KrM.i.v. Hy (1KO. A. MKANPON, Kntrrnl lit l,oli01r'" t Canyon ("It j Second Cl Mailer. Oltlrf of I'uMuution : WeM Vv,.,nMrr.t. i I'aprr H.;nt out ..t the j nrntnptlv tliKi'oiittnihMl at fxpiration I of tin).' pai.l for. i SUBSCRIPTION. 0r Year in County One Year out of Count ij . Six months Two months - ' ANNOUNCEMENTS Fur President. WILLIAM .Ti:.NING I'.RYAN For Pistriet Attorney. A. A. LUMPKIN HENRY. S BISHOP P.. H. BAKPi: For County Jiiiltfc A. S. ROLLINS A. N. HF,Ns"ON.iv-ekH'tion Fur County Attorney. R. A. SOWDER Y. D. SCOTT For County an District Clerk. .1. A. TATE, re-election. MARVIN P. GARNER For Sheriff and Tax Collector P. H. SANFORD SAM P. LOFTON H. .1. CAY FT For County Treasurer. C. P. HFTCHINGS P. H. YoCNG. S. V. YVIET. re-election For County Assessor. .KE FOSTER i re-election i .r County i oinnii-sioner and Ju-: tice of the Peace Free. No. . i .JOHN royvan j YV. .1. REDFEARN j JOHN A. YVALLACF ! For ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 15. WOO. TOWN 5 COUNTY: - I'ICKSONAI. AM) OTIII.lt MATTICIIH 4 I HAT t)M i:UX ((I II rTI7.KNH. oo eo Commissioners' court in regu lar session this week. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Pipkin spent Sunday at Hereford. The first cuttinjjof alfalfa is on hand and coming into market. L. T. Lester returned Sunday from a business trip to Emma. Mrs. J. W. Pipkin was up from Plainview the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ilutson of Marshalltown, Iowa, were simony our visitors last week. Some land trading is still doing and a rush would be on if a good rain was to fall this week. Kben Holdman of Pampa, visit ed his father-in-law, J. R. Man ton, latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Coffee will leave this week to attend dis trict conference at Memphis. C. O. Keiser and his family came down last week and will remain here until next excursion. Some twenty-live prospectors were in last week. The sales, all told, amounted to some live sec tions. Lee Smith of weste...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 15. WOB. Local Weather Record. K is THK POETRY OF SPKlNli is all very wo 11 in its way. Every body is better for admiring nat ure's awakonir.tr. Hut sprint; lirnnfv nr:le!le:ll needs asWoll. "iun" I . t 'ilnrtrt withtv.it nvt VV. i but vou certainly t w !n -gKP. iii I m I nark Smith was a visitor in i town yesterday. i I "bono 1 1 when you have an ; item nt' iooal news. i Nicely furnished rooms close j. in for rent. Post office box "Jo. Miss Hossio llaney returned i Tuesday from her visit toW'eath- i erfoi'il. I Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Keid wont J to Hereford yesterday evening i on a visit to a daughter. They expect to return homo about Mondav. HAPPY ITEMS. MUST HAVE MATTINGS AND KU;S. I .1. O. Kin; resigned his posi Ition with the Plains Lumber and For the week ending yesterday (Jrain Co. Wo have not learned evening the days hero have boon ; what Mr. King expects to on- Wc have endeavored to make our !Utly clear with dry winds pre-1 raro in. spring showing part a k...

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