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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 28 January 1910

.1 M The Canyon National Bank Canyon, Texas, i ' . j CAPITAL $50,000.00 i SURPLUS $20,000.00 We expect business because we work to get it and work to keep it by doing; our best to please. NO DISTINCTION Is made in the treatment of custom ers, small depositors receiving; the same courteous consideration of our officers and employes as those having larger accounts. LAND BARGAINS BKIXG an "Old Timer'' here I am well posted on values and know bargains when I see them. I am in a position to show you the best FARMS, RANCHES and CITY PROPERTY at. the LOWEST PRICES L. C. CONNER Real Estate i Loans, Live Stock, Rentals Office Building. North Side of Square. Canyon City. Texas The "OUTDOOR" Herd OF R EG ST ERED HEREFORD CATTLE BULLS IN SERVICE Strike Twenty No. 183,665 (Anxiety-Hesoid) Winsome Prince No. 172,425 (Rose Stock-Post Obit) Imp. Armour Dale No. 156,843 (Anxiety-Dale) FOR SALE One car load two and three year old bulls. One car load yearling bulls. Ten head two year old heifers with ...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 28 January 1910

P0PULARFALLAC1ES. Some Old Fashioned Notions That Still Obtain Credence. THE CYCLE OF THREE IDEA. A Drowning Man May Sink Not Only Thrica, but Doten Timet, and Still Ba Rescued Congestivs Chills and the Merging of Diseases Law Points. Three physicians were standing in downtown drug store tbe other day when one, who bad been looking at an evening paper, exclaimed: "Great Caesar, here it is apaiu: 1 see it in the puiers at least twice a month." "What's that?" asked one of the oth ers. "It's that popular fallacy about a drowning man sinking for the third time. Here it says, 'Just as he was sicking for the third time he was saved by the timely arrival.' etc. The next time I we this third time business It probably will read, 'He sack for the third time lfore aid could l had and was drowned.' "Why will people get that fool idea that sinking for the third time must needs l-e fatal to a drowning man? Why, bless you, I saw a man sink a half dozen times before he was res cued alive. An uncle ...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 28 January 1910

taon City Professional Cards H. Hoite, V- Watchmaker, Jeweler. In CjtJr pharmacy, West Side Squaw. PHONE 32. f D.. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Office in Wallace Building on East tide of square. Calls answered day or night. Offiice Phone, No. ttO, Resi dence Phone, No. 24. F. M. Wil: Physician and Surgeon Office, City Pharmacy. Calls answered day or night. Residence phone No, 46. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyon National Bank buildioit. All work warranted. A. S. Rollins C. V. Woolley Rollins & Woolley, ' Lawyers Court priit'tice solicited. Will attend to cases in ull courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary in office. Office In Smith buildini;. I'lione i2. Jasper N. Haney, ( Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all courts in this state. Office phone 91. Canyon, Texas. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does both criminal and civil practice. Twelve years' e.xierience. Land titles passed upon. Write all kinds of contracts and instru ments. Notary in office. Office northeast co...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 28 January 1910

(A FEW COMPARI SONS 115. IN the Ohio and Missouri river valleys, people are climb ing hills to escape floods caused by formation of ice gorges and melting of the snow. Here on the Plains of Texas you are enjoying floods of sunshine. Throughout the East and Middle west people are battl ing with snowdrifts and blizzards, burning high priced coal --when it is to be obtainedoften shivering through days of a coal famine, during which the bitter cold claims many victims. Here you farmers are turning up the rich prairie soil preparing for the summer's crops. While the first mentioned are pouring grain and feed into their horses, simply to combat the cold and inclement weather, YOU are obtaining returns from your horses, by daily work on your farms. While they are striving to bring their young stock through the winter, in as good condition as when the cold weather came upon them, YOUR young stock is making daily and rapid strides in thrifty growth. There the wheels of accom plishment are bl...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COIMTT NEWS. 'A Vol. XIII. Canyon, Randall County, Texas, Friday, February 4, 1910. No. 45 1 1 i I '4k 'i1 k3 ci TEXAS IN TRANSITION. There are Six Million People in the State of Texas; Less than One-fifth of Its Area is Occupied. .Tli XT1 ,1 1 e 1 rr sijv i '! x-cueiai census ui iwu Jported' a total population in trexas or less than 3,500,000. The school census of 1909, taken by local communities and re ported to the state department of Education as a basis for the distribution of the income of the State public school fund, indicated a population, mid-year in 1909, of more than 6,000,000. The latter figure suggests a growth so rapid as to be incred ible. A gain of more than 2,500,000, or seventy-one per cent, in less than a decade simp ly staggers the imagination of even the most ardent booster Yet the state school fund for 1909 has been apportioned on that basis, and until the Federal census figures shall be pub lished we shall be forced to credit the amazing growth in...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY,NEW8, FEBRUARY 4. lOfO. Your Supplies are matters that interest you very much just at tms time. We are in a position to offer you some exceedingly low pri ces in the lines of goods which we handle. Our expenses at Umbarger are small and we can therefore sell on a closer margin than other people. Dry Goods Particular attention is called to the prices on our dry goods, shoes, hats and all kinds of wearing apparel. They are well worth investigating. Groceries Our good stock of things to eat, bought at the right time and at low prices, gives us an opportunity to save you money which you musn't miss. Hardware If you are in need of any thing jn this line let us show vou our line and name the price. You will buy. It is our intention to keep what you need and sell it at a low price. Come to see us. Paul M. Will Umbarger, Texas. j Every Person who purchases Real Estate is interested in knowing whether the title is without flaw. This can onlv be known through An Abstract of...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RAND ALL COUNTY NEWS, FEBRUARY 4. 1910. J. C.HUNT IS A CANDIDATE. To the Voters of Randall County, Texas. Notice of Commissioner's Sale. toLi Seeks to be Representative from the 106th Dis- . trict-iWill Oppose Farrow of Dalhart . Another candidate is is the race for representative from the 106th Representative District. -J. C. Hunt, a prominent attor ney ol Canyon City, was a visitor in't'lmarillolast night and gave out the information that he will opiose Joseph E. Farrow of u)a.hart for a seat in the repre sentative hall at Austin. Mr. Hunt entered the race two years I ago with the understanding that J. R. Bowman would not be a candidate, and after it developed that M r. Bowman'sfriends would listen to nothing but a second term for the present secretary to the governor, Mr. Hunt made no campaign against him. Now he is in the campaign for "keeps" and intends to make an active contest. Mr. Hunt is a genuine Texan and dates his residence in the Lone Star state from 1889. He is all...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY 4. 1910. The Randall County News Hr Chat. K. Needhatu L. B. Christman, Managing Editor Entered m postoflloe lit Cnjron. T?xa. as weond c!ms matter. Office of publication. Wctt Kvelvn street. Subscription Rate. One year, in county 11.00 One year, outside of county 1.25 Six months 75 Two months 55 Paiers sent out of the county promptly dis continued at expiration of time paid for. Contributor Notice. The editor of this paper is anxious to receive, from Jinie to time, communications from its readers, but we request that all such com munications be signed, not for publication, but that we may know the source from which the article comes. Any erroneous reflection upon theeharaeter, landing or reputation of any person, firm or cotroration which may apier in the columns of The News w ill be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. Railway Time Table. MAIN LINK, WEST BOL'ND. No. 37 to c:ovU S 55 p. in. No. 113. to 0rilHd 1 ...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY 4. 190. The Canyon National Bank Canyon, Texas, CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $20,000.00 We expect business because we work to get it and work to keep it by doing our best to please. NO DISTINCTION Is made in the treatment of custom ers, small depositors receiving the same courteous consideration of our officers and employes as those having larger accounts. WEDDING LAND BARGAINS BEING an "Old Timer" here I am well posted on values and know bargains when I see them. I am in a position to show you the best FARMS, RANCHES and CITY PROPERTY at the LOWEST PRICES L. C. CONNER Real Estate Loans, Live Stock, Rentals Office Building. North Side of Square. Canyon City. Texas The "OUTDOOR" Herd OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE BULLS IN SERVICE Strike Twenty No. ISI.Nm (Anxiety-Hesoid) Winsome Prince No. 172,423 (Rose Stock-Post Obit) Imp. Armour Dale No. 150,843 (Anxiety-Dale) FOR SALE One car load two and throe year old bulls. One car load yearling bulls. Ten head ...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY A. 1910. LANOES SHEPHERDS. French Patsantt Who Ar Expert In Walking on Stilts. Tbere Is a vast district lu France where the entire community gos bout and transacts lis business on tilta. Tbla tllMiict Is called "Les Landes." The Inhabitants, who are among tbe poorest peasant 8 In France, pain tneir ubslstence by fishing, by such Utile agriculture at Is possible and by keep ing cow and sheep. Tbe sbepberds make we of tbelr stilts for two pur pose first, because walking ts quite Impossible on account of tbe sage and undergrowth of brush, and. second, because tbe height of tbelr stilts gives tbera a greater range of vision. Tbe stilts generally are about six or seven feet high. Near tbe top tbere Is a support for tbe foot, which bas a strong stirrup and strap, and stUI nearer tbe top a band of leather fas tens tbe stilt firmly to tbe leg just be low tbe knee. Some stilts, especially those made for fancy walking and for tricks, are even higher than seve...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY A, 1910. Canyon City Professional Cards H. Holte, Watchmaker, Jeweler. In City Pharmacy, West Side Square, PHONE 32. 0. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Office in Wallace Building on East Biue 01 square, uaiis answered day or nigm, umice rnone, no. u, uesi dence Phone, No. 24. F. M. Wilson, Physician' and Surgeon Office. City Pharmacy. Calls answered day or nixht. Residence phone No. 46. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyon National Dank building. All work warranted. A. S. Rollins C. V. Woolley Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers Court practice solicited. Will attend to cases in all courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary In office. Offlce in Smith building. I'hone 92. Jasper N. Haney, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all courts in this state. Office phone 91. Canyon, Texas. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does both criminal and civil practice. Twelve years' experience. Land titles passed upon. Write all kinds of contracts and instru ments. Notary in...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 4 February 1910

THE RANDALL OOUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY A. 190. gQN(j F EW COMPARI IA II J IN the Ohio and Missouri river valleys, people are climb ing hills to escape floods caused by formation of ice gorges and melting of the snow. Here on the Plains of Texas you are enjoying floods of sunshine. Throughout the East and Middle west people are battl ing with snowdrifts and blizzards, burning high priced coal --when it is to be obtained-often shivering through days of a coal famine, during which the bitter cold claims manv victims. Here you farmers are turning up the rich prairie soil preparing for the summer's crops. While the first mentioned are pouring grain and feed into their horses, simply to combat the cold and inclement weather, YOU are obtaining returns from your horses, by daily work on your farms. While they are striving to bring their young stock through the winter, in as good condition as when the cold weather came upon them, YOUR young stock is making daily and rapid strides in thrifty growt...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. Vol. XIII. Canyon, Randall County, Texas, Friday, February 11, 1910. No. 46 R. B. COUSINS' RESPONSE TO TOAST The Box Supper Friday Night 4r! "A Normal School Principal has Rights, a Few, not Many , and Obligations which" no Man can Number." Mr.Toastmaster and Gentlemen: Before becoming a normal school principal a man has as many rights as other folks,, but! when he becomes a normal school principal he forfeits many of those rights. As a normal school principal a man has the right to be elected as often as the State Board of Ed ucation will allow. He has tho. right to draw pay "a little, not much" from the state treas ury. In one case in Texas the law gives him the right to con sult with the board about one matter, the only one known to the law of the state; but this is better than it might be, for it might have been silent even in this case, and then no normal school principal would have any rights whatever that the State Board of Education, or any one else,...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY II. 1910. HER TALL REBEL By MARIA D. FUREY. ICopyriRht. 1910. by American Prest Asso ciation.) On llolborn street In London Is a row of building that any sightseer passing on top of a motor bus would recognize at once as having been left among modern buildings from a past age. It is railed the Staple inn, and bore Dr. Johnson wrote his "Idler." One morning after the buttle of Cul loden. which ended ihe rebellion in Scotland led by the pretender, three Scotchmen who had been captured In arms against the king were being con ducted past the Staple inn to the Tower. A block stopped 'be sad cor tege. One of the prisoners, Mac Dougnl. was a very tall man, over looking his fellows, and withal singu larly handsome. A lady looking from the window of the inu called out to him: "You tall rebel, you will soon be shorter by a head." MacIougaI turned a pair of large, sad eyes upon her and asked defer entially: "Does that give you pleasure, mad am?" "It does." "Th...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY II. l9lO. Canyon City Professional Cards H. Holte, Watchmaker, Jeweler. In City Pharmacy, West Side Square. PHONE 32. D. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Office in Wallace Building on East Bide of square. Calls answered day or night. Oftiice Phone, No. 90, Resi dence Phone, No. 24. F. M. Wilson, Physician and Surgeon Office. City Pharmacy. Calls answered Cay or night. Residence ihone No, 46. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyon National Bunk building. All work warranted. A. S. Rollins C. V. Woolley Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers Court practice solicited. Will tittend to cases in all courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary in oftlce. Office in Smith huiltlinr. Phone, J. At Our Churches METHODIST Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. G. G. Poster, Superintendent. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. Pastor, Rev. Hawkins Epworth League, 6:00 p. m. Evening services at 7:00. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, evening at 7:00 All are invited to these se...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY It. 19IO. The Randal! County News My Chan. K. Needbani L. B. Christman, Managing Editor Kntered t pontoftlce t Canjron. Texas, hs neflood clans matter. Ortlee of publication. Weal F.velvn street. ' Subscription Kates. One year, in county $1 .00 One year, outside of county 1 .85 Six month 75 Two month 85 Pai-rs sent out of the county promptly dis continued at expiration of time paid for. Contributors Notice. Tne editor of this paper is anxious to receive from time to time, communications from its readers, but we renuest that all such conv munications he signed, not for publication, hut that we may know the source from which the article comes. Any erroneous reflection uixm the character, tandins or reputation of any person, tlrm or coriwration which may appear in the columns of The News will !c fladi.v corrected upon its beict; hrou:tit to the attention of the publisher. Railway Time Table. MAIN LINK. WKST ROtWn. No. T. to I'liivis . ;t v p. ni No. II...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY II. 1B10. V: I. V- The Canyon National Bank Canyon, Texas, CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $20,000.00 We expect business because we work to get it and work to keep it by doing our best to please. NO DISTINCTION Is made in the treatment of custom ers, small depositors receiving; the same courteous consideration of our officers and employes as those having larger accounts. LAND BARGAINS BEING .m "Old Timer"' here I am well posted on values and know bargains when I see them. I am in a position to show you the best FARMS, RANCHES and CITY PROPERTY at, the LOWEST PRICES L. C. CONNER Real Estate Loans, Live Stock, Rentals Office Building. North Side of Square. Canyon City. Texas The "OUTDOOR" Herd OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE BULLS IN SERVICE Strike Twenty No. 183,865 (Anxiety-Hesoid) Winsome Prince No. 172,425 (Rose Stock-Post Obit) Imp. Armour Dale No. 1"G,S43 (Anxiety-Dale) FOR SALE One car load two and three year old bulls. One car load yearling bulls. Te...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

7 THlD&KDALL. OOUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY II. tOIO. 1 Your Supplies are matters that interest you very much just at this time. We are in a position to offer you some exceedingly low pri ces in the lines of poods which we handle. Our expenses at Umbarger are small and we can therefore sell on a closer margin than other people. Dry Goods Particular attention is called to the prices on our dry poods, shoes, hats and all kinds of wearing apparel. They are well worth investigating. Groceries Our good stock of things to eat, bought a: the right time and at low prices, gives us an opportunity to save you money which you musr.'t miss. Hardware If you are in r.eei thing in this iir.e let f any s show me the you o; price. r i:r.e ar.d n You will buy. It is our intention to keep what you need and sell it at a low price. Come to see us. Paul M.Will Umbarger, Texas. Every Person Avho uivha- Heal Estate i mrtreTxi m Knowing whether the title is without flaw. This can only be known through An Abstra...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FEBRUARY II. 1910. A Big Day for Democrats. The Summer School at A. & M. Notice of Commissioner's Sale. f Possibly the key-note of the political campaign of 1910 will be pitched at the National Feed ers and Breeders Show at Fort Worth. The opening day, March 14th, is designated as Democratic Day. Invitations have been sent to every Demo cratic governor in the United States to be present on that day. Gov. Shallenberger of Nebraska has formally accepted the in vitation to make the opening ad dress of the National Feeders , and Breeders show, and Gov. Campbell of Texas will make the response for the show and for Texas. The horn of Democracy will be exalted and great things are in the air. The Democratic candidates for governor, lieutenant-governor, attorney-general, and other high officers, will be included in the invijation. In fact, every Democrat in Texas who has political aspirations or is interested in the welfare of his party, is expected to attend an...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 11 February 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS.' FEBRUARY II. 1910. IA FEW COMPARI SONS IN the Ohio and Missouri river valleys, people are climb ing hills to escape floods caused by formation of ice gorges and melting of the snow. Here on the Plains of Texas you are enjoying floods of sunshine. Throughout the East and Middle west people are battl ing with snowdrifts and blizzards, burning high priced coal --when it is to be obtainedoften shivering through days of a coal famine, during which the bitter cold claims many victims. Here you farmers are turning up the rich prairie soil preparing for the summer's crops. While the first mentioned are pouring grain and' feed into their horses, simply to combat the cold and inclement weather, YOU are obtaining returns from your horses, by daily work on your farms. While they are striving to bring their young stock through the winter, in as good condition as when the cold weather came upon them, YOUR young stock is making daily and rapid strides in thrifty growth. T...

Publication Title: Randall County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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