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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 4 March 1904

T.nWol i oe xown nasinis weensnown tbe usual activity incident to xue billing 01 me iismci uourt. Mrs. F. M. Lester went up to Amatillo , Sunday evening to visit friends for a few days. E. J. Witt, the life insurance agent, was down from Amarillo Monday. IS. W. O'Keefe returned Sun day from a visit to his Lamb and Bailey counties ranch. Jim &mitn, juage veal ana Judge Crowning were down from Amarillo Tuesday. R. L. Stringfellow and H. E Hume were in town Tuesday from Amarillo. Luther Hastings, of Fanchon, arrived here Tuesday from a visit to east Texas friends. Donoboo-Ware Hardware Co lias sold its Canyon City stock of goods to Stringfellow & Hume. M. Carter, of Colorado City, an old acquaintance of our townsman, K. VV. O Keefe, was in town Tuisday. Dr. Hcadrick, of Dalhart, at one time a practicing physician at this place, was here on business Mon day. Mrs. J. D. Bratton returned Tue&day from Hereford, after spending a week with relatives and friends. The News editor d...

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. — 4 March 1904

ROCEBSON HOTEL JOHN ROWAN PKormtTO. 81.00 DAY HOUSE STRING FELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. rrTW"fc TlXElorb Hbout Hardware ! ! 2 As good hotel as can be found on the Plains nice Up-Stairs Rooms. S. V. WIRT, DRUGGIST . 9 You trill (iluais find our stock of Drugs and Druggist sundries fresh and complete We also curry a nice line of Paints and Oil. U'e trill appreciate the pat. ouuiji: o iu puut u . , t HARTER & MfDADEu 1fravnC66 PIONEER BLACKSMITH ' W Dating from Januarv 1st Wluit he etS" 'nen 2ve S3'' il we CUt prices for spot cash jV I AQT HIIT on all blacksmith work.; Unly the very best 01 ma - terial used. wume in anu ! 1 see us, we will right. treat vou O'DELL & STEWART. jpbviciau Siirocona, lJ'.jt-Jofir 1 lionipxon Drug Conijui- ny Calls promptly answered niht onlav W. W. MERRILL, PRACTICAL TINNER Manufacturer of Tanks, Flues, and All other Galvanized Iron Works. SHOP OX S. EVELYX ST. If Yon Want Your Boots or Shoes Made-to-Order and in a servicable manner Do Not Fail To see me. Re...

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. — 11 March 1904

City VOL VII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 11, 1904. NO. 52 EIGHT YEARS OLD. With this issue Vol. VII. No. .'2, The Canyon City News, as the lawful successor of The Stayer, completes its eighth year as a recorder of events on the plains. Its proof of occu pancy reading back to the spring of covers a period of time in which is embraced the history of several newspapers that "once lived" within its sphere of action. .What is now the Canyon City News was then "The Stayer" and iucluded among those papers which once ligured as its rivals are to be found "The Battle-ship" and "The Head-Light" but all of them are gone now, leaving the News, as lawlul issue ot "The Stayer," in sole possession of the field. If great names speak of high resolves, and they gen erally do, what ran be said of The Battle-ship" and "The Head-Light" that "did live" and of "The Stayer" that was and is now? Surely, they are heroic names, all of them; names al mast without exception linked in memory ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 11 March 1904

A Shipment From The Mayfield fviMAYFIELD'i rrv. WOOLEN MILLS WqpjLgwuf Has just been received, consisting of a nobby line of Men's and Boy's clothing. The retailer who makes his orders direct from the mills is required to order large quantities-hence the low wholesale rate always applies. We give our customers the benefit of this method of buying. Come in and inspect the goods. Our new spring stock of millinery lias been receiv ed in part and ere next week has been ushered out we expect to have a pleasant surprise for the ladies OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY WILL THEN RE COMPLETE Cannon fcercanttle Company' js CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER R. BRANDON. Kditor. A Weekly newspaper devoted to the Interests of Randall county and published at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City, every Friday. Papers st-nt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration uf time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Cmt Year SI. 00 Six month .50 Announcement TRates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offi...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 11 March 1904

Local. Jack Scott went to Hereford yesterday. Mrs. O. C. Davis is visiting friends in Pauhandle City this week. Paul Faulkner and Luther Cooper, from near Tulia, left here Friday for California. W. B. and R. A. Campbell paid a business visit to Amarillo last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Long re turned from Ft. Worth yester day. the first of the week, J. L. Perdue moved out to the ranch recently purchased by him near Umbarger. Judge Henson and a few others are putting in "garden truck" but most of us are wait ing for rains. Judge C. T. Word and daugh ter, Miss Lola, attended the meeting of the Cattle Raisers' Association at Fort Worth this week, haying gone down there Monday. Judging from our exchanges rain is now in great demand all over the Panhandle and as far to the south of us as Sau An gelo. Squire Vansant is of the opin ion that wheat will "come out" yet and make a fair crop if good rains fall anyway soon. George Patton, of Stephens ville, passed through here Mon day en route fo...

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. — 11 March 1904

u Elegant Line Oi GAMBLE Ask For THE Heron" 9 CANYON CITY. erics. The greater part of our spring stock has arrived and we are prepared to fur nish you with the newest and best of the season's materials, both in quality and and price. We expect to sell you goods only on merit, and will appreciate your consideration, comparison, and above all your good will, which we hope to re gain by giving you at all times courteous treatment. Come in and we will gladly show you the goods that will please and satisfy you. Notice the following: Dress Goods Black Voile, chiffon tinish, 46-in wide.. French Voiles in cream, castor, green, black and blue, 44-in wide, SsCto S 1.25 Grey Tweed for walkinkirts 42-in wide . 50 The largest line of neckwear ever brought to Canyon Citv. W ash Fabrics Hmbroidery Pongee in the latest color. .. .so 36-in Linen Suiting 12k 36-in Madras .15 Ramsey Tweeds 25 Imitation Voile 30 Oxford Suitings ". 13 Novelty weaves in llaked French suitings 40 and 50c per yd. Waistings...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 18 March 1904

J VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 18, 1904, N0.1. City HIS GUIDING j . STAR Tommy Nesbilt was a very little boy for his nine years. Ho was a lonely littlo boy, ton, alihoiigh ho lived in a great big house, had scrv- j ants to wait on him and a mother ; and father who looked out fur bis wR'ntfc. His mother was so hand- ! tome and charming that he never dared rumple her i j with damp caresses, as he had seen some little hoys love their mamma.-, and his father was so lull and elegant that Tommy always associated him with 1 the bronze stal u; of the Ihiko of. Wellington which stood in one cor ner of the large, stately hall. Neither was to lie (rilled with, I ho hud found out to his cost, for onee when l had climbed up to ft tilt a piece of paper in the duke'.s moutli to fee if he could not make 3$ him look less forbidding Hawkins, llir. l.llil.-.T. li-.'l k;.tv.t rMMt'ltll'lllil. fa ...t... ......... ,yty ed him. anu once when lie had dareu to make funny with his...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 18 March 1904

c VA7iv I'i'i'V". vrwu 1 fswi jJ-gCTIJ,y''Tr',''re:w"? 1 CEO. A. HKANDON, Prop. WALTr. W. 1JH NrON cnos, Mi,r. ip niosr ant . , , f ( M-per diuot't to Pj I I.auaull county ami ;rU i ( nj o.'iice on "West Evelyn Ln lAu "1 ity. c very Friday. IjfeJ A W'Vkly u-?-iVii) the lnUrfHt ot Knudul) count v and published nt St. Canyon City phihth nt ont tiu county ;pp Fmbroii!' promptly diwont inned nt cxpirntioi-: I -i'i of time paid for. ''! - ; epi SUBSCRIPTION fnif Year. SI t",(l Six months 50 Hnnounccmcnt "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. Patriot Offices . ?lfl 00 County Offices....- f 00 Precinct Office- .. :i oo f"Plense don't asK fur credit on Announcements. announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County and District Clerk. Randall County, subject to action of Democratic nominating convention, if such be held: L. J. SCOTT, J. A. TATE. For Tux Assessor, of Randall coun ty, subject to Democratic nominat ing convention if such be held: C. II. HITCHCOCK, P. II. YmUNO, J. T. JOWELL. S. II. 1IEYSER, F...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 18 March 1904

Local. H. W. Bates and wife liave new boy at their home. Don't miss our new serial, "The Mystery of Graslov." It will begin uext week. More than a thousand acres of cotton is promised for Randall county this year. Ollie i Dunbar returned last week from Denton county where he has been working lor several months. Bee Hitchcock, the delivery man, has abandoned the delivery busi ness and left Wednesday evening for ChiUicothe. Not the cheapest don't claim to he, not the biggest, but we will be; but the best in the line that we are and the best is always the cheapest. CANYON hlilt. CO. Mrs. T. F. Reid went up to Am anita Friday evening to spend sev eral days with her daughter, Mrs. Rets. Those desiring to take k-ssons in Short-hand writing and Type writing will please notify Miss Dora Wallace, or leave word at the News office. of Denton county, has been here several days dickering with our real estate men. lie says he wants a sec tion or two of Panhandle land. It is not the profit we are ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 18 March 1904

- , i 1 1 1 r-c$rrr stringfellow-hume hdw. co. rwgrM$ M Wiovb Bbout Mar6wateH Some yoars no I jinsscd sworn i 1 iu-i-kb hi a lismna vviii;ire on Uic const of Drit was! lut liow To those who liavc traded with us during our many years of successful business here, iismna vvnl;ie on tlic!r taii'y. vhat a hoo it I u no words of introduction are necessary. Perhaps you do not know that we are offering in our line of . iW )!CH;ro:-i)l!i-. I'lliu-i P;rtn Imnlpnipnte th ncnrliirtc nf cnmi nf tli.a timet ivlinM nnnufnr'tiiporc f A m-it-tti J- nfo 1 Inmla. v- jag inysell m the win ir work, 1 ; . ' , , . , . , . . . , ,., . . lingered & this oia r do wav or- j merits in the world. Our business as it is today is too extensive to admit of our oirering a cheaply stTv" ie-"Kl t f ll!0 , :ontl1 "f I m;,e or inferior article in order to make a sale. Hence in dealing with us you will always find that faTrainv $n!stcr!.' wsiSruir tx- i our Implements are new, modern, and of the Standard make and exa...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 25 March 1904

Canyon VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1904. NO. 2. r THE MYSTERY OF QRASLOY 1 Copyright, 1901, by Chartea D. Ellitringtun CEAPTHR I. THE FATilEB AND TIIK I.OVKIl Of AS AMER ICAN' GIHl.. THR greftt Trunsslherlau railway had progrcs.scri as t'r to (lie eastward us tin- Obi, and trains carry I iik xolilicri, eou v.'tts, sightscerM. railway constructors, laborers and supplies, with some goodg for trade with Manchuria, ran from Mowow. The possibilities of this lininctise line of railway made tin; people of Ku rrpcan Itussin jjnsp. It opened up such n prospect of trade ns they had never Ui earned of. It nave them a speedy entrance Into n region "f their domnlu the crossing of which liad formerly oc cupied mouths and involved much iiardship. 'Vhat n change there was from the old sledges or foot trains of convicts to tlic swiftly moving cars that were drawn by the pnllinj?, screaming loco motives, nt once n source of delight and terror o the people whose terri ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 25 March 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALT Kit K. HHANDON, Kditor. A Wtvkl.V ll-VMJ XfHT llt'VOtod to the liit-nitH of KiumIiiII county iind 1)uI1ImIik at ofllwon Wwt Evel.vn St. Caii.von Clt.r. every Friday. Papers ent out of the county promptly discontinued at rxpirntloh of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year, SI. 00 Six monihs .50 Announcement Kates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Ollices $10 00 County Offices 00 l'rvcluct Offirm - 3 00 Ntrl'lenne don't aK for credit on nnnouucement. Announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County and DMrli-t Clerk, Randall County, subject to action of liciuocrntic nominating convention. If such be held: L. J. SCOTT, J. A. TATE. For Tax Atuteaxor, of Kandal) coun ty, subject t Democratic nominat ing convention if such be held: Z. H. HITCHCOCK, P. II. YOUNG, J. T. JO WELL, S. H. HEYSEK, For Sheriff and Tax Collector of Randall county, subject to tlie action f the Democratic nominating con vention, if such be held. G. C. LONG, E. A. UP FOLD. (For l...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 25 March 1904

Local. Miss Carrie Jordan is visiting mends in town this week. Mrs. Oscar Hunt has been quite sick tor several days. letter will ap- Our Lakeview pear next week. Miss Hannah George, sister of Mrs. (Dr.) Black, is here visiting. Miss Lillie Leonard returned last Tuesday from Mobeetie where she has been teaching school. A. N. Woodard of the Ceta neighborhood was sighted on our streets Monday and Tues day. LT. McGee, of Amarillo, was in town Wednesday look ing after some real estate in terests. The members of the Leisure Club, Prof. Errisberger presi dent, are invited to make our oflice their headquarters. Don't compare our grade of Paint with the 'Cheap John" paint claimed to be "just as good." CANYON LBR. CO. The ladies of the Christian church will give an "Easter egg hunt" on Saturday before Easter Sunday, in the Hut son pasture, south of town. The hunt will begin at 3 o'clock. Admission 5 cents. The Baptist Young People's Union will render a special pro gram at the Baptist church S...

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. — 25 March 1904

Elegant. Line Of GAMBLE Ask For THE "Heron" 'Hat. COjfjp r ivnT CITY, TEXAS. 5 RANDOM TiiomiTS. a Few purer men today, in pol itic or out of it for that natter, are upon the human stage of action than the great Nebras ka n, William Jennings Hr'an, and yet we are informed that the Democratic powers that be are "done with him." Done with him, why? Is it because his principles are unsound, and therefore un democratic? O, no! nothing of that sort. Where then shall we look for the reason? Behold, it stands out plainly to be read of all men he stands like a rock in the way of their success between them and the pie counter. Mr. Bryan stands squarely for principles win or lose while those whoso bitter ly oppose him are seemingly willing to pay any price to get at the spoils. We are gravely informed by Democratic leaders, among whom are stated to be our two Texas Senators and thirteen of our sixteen Texas Congressmen, that the key to success lays with the thirty-nine votes of New York and th...

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. — 1 April 1904

NO. 3. rF YOU WANT THE BEST GOODS A D. A. I. S. Y. PARTY. For the least money, our store is the place to buy. We have just receiv ed a nice stock of Dry Goods which we will at all times be pleased to show you. Our prices on Groceries, cannot be beat. We extend a cor dial invitation to the public to come in and inspect our stock and give us a share of your patronage. R. Q. OLDHAM & COMPANY. I RANDOM THOUGHTS. G. A. B. In a Friendly Sort o' Way. "When a man ain't not a cent, und he's feeliu' kind o' blue, An' the clouds hanj? dark and heavy an' won't let the sunshine through. It's a ffirat thins, oh, my brethren, fer a feller just to lay Ills hand upon your shoulder In a friendly Hort o' way! It makes a man feel curious; It makes the tear drops start, An' yon feel a Hort o' flutter In (he region of the heart; Vou can't Iook up an' meet his eyes; you don't know what to nay, When Ids hand Is on your shoulder In a friendly sort o' way. Oli, the world's ncurlouseompound, with ItH hone...

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. — 1 April 1904

M ATTIRE THAT YOU'LL A DM1RE CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER R. BRVNDOX. Editor. A Wetkl.v uc-wspiiper devoU'l tojing Heretnrd in more ways than the interests of Randall comity and one js evidenced by the fact that published at offU-e on West Evelv n a Ja number 0f Hereford eggs St. Canvon City, every Friday. , . . : : : i , were eaten here by his first Pawrs st-nt out of the county i , , n f n..in..tnrl! :in,i their r...L(l. ,1;n.tntfnM.il fi f uvf ilCiiliriK . ( of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. i One Year, $1.C0' Six months .S0 announcement "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offices $10 00 County Offices 5 Precinct Office 3 00 sS" Please dou't ass tor credit on announcements. Announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Jude J. M. VAXSAXT. JOHX RCKiKRS. G. G. POST E It A. X. HEXSOX, (For Re-Electitmi For Couutv and District Clerk L. J. SCOTT, J. A. TATE. C. X. IIARRISOX For Tax Assessor 0. H. HITCHCOCK, P. H. YOUNG. J. T. JO WE EL. S. II . HEYSER, For Sheriff and 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. — 1 April 1904

Local. J. I. Campbell - visited Ama rillo yesterday. Farm and Ranch simple copies at this oftice. Dave Auld spent Sunday nilit in Amarillo. The store vacated by Thomas Bros, is now occupied by the Thompson Drug Co. Mrs. Jim Burrow, of Amarillo. spent Sunday here with rela tives and friends. Candidate or any other cards, round cornered or sftwre, at prices to suit. The Presbyterian Sunday school will have a special Eas ter service Sunday morning. J. L. Perdue was in from Um barger yesterday buying new farm ing implements. Tree planting is general about town and a good rain is now requir ed to give them a good st.-irt. J. A. Wa'nsley left Wednesday evening for Fort Worth, and other points down in that parti of the state. W. F. Heller went down on Wednesday evening's traiiKto Memphis. lie will return Sun day. We may not have the very cheapest paint in price, but consid ering the quality we are the cheap est. CANYON LHK. CO. M. A. Larrikin, the man who is always ready to (it you up with...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 April 1904

OOI . . , IS THE MYSTERY OF GRASLOV & 00 00 O0 0000000000000000000000000 O000OOO00000O0000000000O00000 B Ashley Towne Copyricht. !XJ hy Chmlr D. El)rinfn 00 00 00 00 WW SYNOPSIS OF The Mystery of Graslov CHAPTER I. Prince Nesierov wauts to marry Frances Gordon, the charming daughter of an American who In building the TrniiHsibeilaii railroad. Frances is IntftvcttHl hi the fortunes of Valditulr J'aulpoff, u Htalwait Riihslan blacksmith. She uk Nenlerov to use his Influence foi Vul.iiiuir. THE BLACKSMITH AND IHi" iiTTfltK. N a road lwti'In:: fror.i the t !;t Of Porta toward the f;.v--:T nil the south there Btfiod a rude cluster of tinilditu'K. .".11 of them old ocl In a jioor state of repair This collection of hut was the home nud forge of the raulpoffs. ironwork ers. Here worked old Michael I'aulnoft nnd his mm Vladimir, and it lind leen to this uninviting place that Fiances Gordon had conic to make the chance acquaintance of the youug giant. The huts and the surrounding were rap...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 April 1904

City THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In TIl E NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1904. NO. 4. i 1 & & o e o 6 6 i : , . i G rr m h jr-m m n v v t nr sr w int MYM cl OF GRASIOV By Ashley Towne Cojijn'yif, 1X1 hn Charteii ft. Etherinyt-in ... : A SYNOPSIS (!' The Mystery of Graslov CII A I'TKK I. Prince Neslerov v.intn to marry Frances (-"onion, the cli.-irmiii;;- (lnuwlitcr if jui Aiueric'in wliu is liuililin the Tntnsil)eriaii railro.iil. Frances Is iiiteresteil in the fortunes of ViiMiiuir Paulpoff, u Mtihvnrt Russian blacksmith. S!ie nsks Ni slei-DV to use liis inlliience for V:ililimir. II. Neslerov ;jfocs toVal ilijnir's It it r . The blacksmith has talent ami shows Nerlerov a picture he has painted. It is the portrait of a woman of rank copied from a min iature Tin1 priii ;:t.' is excited ami isks for the original. Vnltliniirs fa ther says It has been lost. ToVaidi mlr old I'aulpofi confesses that l:e lied to N'esleMV and still ha...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 April 1904

A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE. Ir. f'rn lb-din in "Central und Tilxt' brings nnaH comfort to those wi n would rpire to wrcM ll.c country from I he untutored nn: iv-s who have long possessed it in p-hiomy i.ohlion. h declare that lie w ould rather cross I Ik- dread des ert of Jobi a dozer, times limn cro.-s Tibet once. There is about it a tense of utter desolation. At one time he exclaim.-: "I ran hardly conceive a more dreary country to be alono in than northern Tibet. The desert could not he wmvo. no might get through (he da hut the nights! When tJio .!.! freezes you to the marrow and the dark mountain ranp.'s shut you in and menace you with all sort of imag inable exits! I was surrounded by everything I needed servants, a bodyguard of Co-sacks, niirlit xvati-h-men and watchdogs and vet when the Fiiowst firms race! around my yurt and the wolves howled in the mountains I often felt a sen.;.? of utter loneliness steal oir me.' Wild Animal. Custom nor.?.? 'I'li'-H are oft. i confronted with a...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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