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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 29. 1906. .'..'..'..'..l..l..'.A.'..'..'.A.i.J.J..'..'.,'.,'.A,l.JLAf I The Season's Most Approved Styles In Shoes A nice line of La dies, Misses and Childrens Oxfords Ladies Oxfords, Vici Lace, Vici I Eft Blucher VI-uU to $3.00 Misses Vici Lace, 'ici Blucher, Patent Blucher & White Can- JJ I flfl vas Blucher UIUU to $2.00 Children's Vici Lace, Vici Blucher, Patent ..Warm Weather Comforts.. OIL STOVES tr j -5 r -J 1 ) r "D Low Shoes are built on Oxford hdts making them fit natural y and comtort aoiy. wo. have a full line of LaWb Blucher and Can vas Blucher from 90c to $1.50 line Call and see our before you buy Shoes ,Ntvttttvvvvtvttttttv??vvv f f Canyon Mercantile Company tr !- L. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISH ED ON BRICK AND CEMENT WORK 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS V A, A A t A - l A S Help Us To ADVERTISE Our Country PREMIUM LIST $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 tr tr 4- tr V V V V V V V V V WW V V V Best Bundle Millet " W...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 29, 1906. ! ill fTOWN 3 COUNTYf ... - - J li;!!S,iAI, ANDOTHKK M ATTKUS a i j a THAT ClIM'KliN (H H C1TI7K.VS. Large stock ot Ball Mason Fruit; Jars at the Canyon Hardware Co. Fine Candies Best in town' at Wilson's. Mrs. Emsberger is visiting rela tives at Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. J. Harrison left last week on a visit to home-folks in Cor sica na. W. O. Marsh, section foreman, has bought an interest in the D. N. Redhurn business. FOR SALE Set new . ub'e buggy harness and new bagcy pole at 5. This office. i-tf After reading this copy of The News put a c.e cent stamp on it and send it r a friend. "Oa Miss Lola W'jrJ entertained he: S'-ndav Sen '. ci.is with a party We d n e s d a y e e n ; n g. Geo. C. Long left for Bovini Tu day, where he will remain for sometime and represent the Na tional Live Stuck Com Co. J. J. Guest, wife and daughter, of Linglcvilie, are here visiting old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Go. L. Ab- A considerable railroad construc tion outfit landed h...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, JUNE 29, 1906 ( v, v. 1 , 1 . 411 - 1 ir 4 a . S 1 ft X "' v : V A. jf-p FOOL'S PRIDE PLUM This picture shows a limb taken from a plum tree grown on W. F. Heller's place one mile from town and should give a very good idea of how plums grow in Randall county. APPLES This tree is about five years old and is one of several all loaded as this one and growing about a half mile west from the Court House in Canyon City. CHERRIES The cut here shows cherries grown on R. W. O'Keefs's place one-half mile west of the Court House, Canyon City. It was Plains grown fruit that took the prizes over all Texas at College Station last year. Canyon City Business Concerns. (Continued From Page Four.) Cyrus Eakma" J. I. Campbell j dealing they have established a land Geo. C. Long Wm. Williard I business second to none in our plains CANYON CITY REAL ESTATE j country. COMPANY ! Each of the men of this firm has A more reliable and more sub- j been in the West for years ; they stantial firm ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, JUNE 29, 1906 munity, especially Canyon City, in every way possible. - i-'-V a--c :.vii -ct: Tk:s T.e'.d icir.s the victare eives cm'.v a ve:v isf cran star.a.n ' t ce hundred serf s MILLET FIELD-JOHN HUTSON'S. n section on tr.e soutc ins was soaaea in ir.;s vea: ana loe :. idea of the er.orir.c.".;s rlt'.d. The heads were very large, r reet h'ch with a rir.e stand ail over the tie'.-i which contained close Canyon City Business Concerns. Continued From Page 7 ner soec:a. teature rr. a m m c . h establish rr. e r. t . car, be seen everj thing for ?r to use in planting, cult:', harvesting his c:cps. Thev handle the wel of this 1 the land was suitable for. and that Here : grain crops would not grow. Today .he tar: ing and CANYON CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, M. S. LUSBY, PROPRIETOR. There is no art that comes so near the human heart as that of i photography. By its aid the poor ; as well as the rich are enabled to ! retain the resemblance of loved ones' long since past bey...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, JUNE 29, 1906 CANYON CITY BUSINESS CONCERNS. W. J. REDFEARN, GENERAL STORE, NOTIONS, CIGARS AND FRUITS. One of the busy places in Canyon is the new store opened in our town some six months ago by Mr. W. J. Redfearn. The inducements he offers and the high class goods han dled by this gentlemen are fast gaining him friends and customers. He handles one of the finest lines of high grade cigars to be found in town and his tobacco stock is fresh and of the finest grade. Mr. Redfearn started at the first to please the trade by courteous treat ment and standard goods and can always be found advancing on every line. He guarantees satisfaction in every purchase and will gladly re fund your money should you not be entirely satisfied. Call and inspect his stock and once a customers always a customer will be the result. VICTORIA HOTEL, i,. c. smith, Manager. Is there a good hotel? is one of the first questions a stranger will ask on entering a town. Answering this on behalf of...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CARYON CITY NEWS, JUNE 19, lo CANYON CITY BUSINESS CONCERNS RENSHAW & COCHRAN. TAINTING, PATER HANGING AND DECORATING. These who desire to beautify their homes in an artistic manner, either our prominent contractors and build ers and many of our modern resi dences and business blocks stand to day as a monument of his handi work He is a contractor and work- outside or in. would -do well to con- men of proven ability and anyone salt these popular men. They have wishing to build in our vicinity would had thirty-five years experience and do well to consult him before start- many fine homes and business blocks in Canyon City show the high skill cf their work. When ycu desire any-' thing in the above line call on the j above gentlemen and they will be j clad to make estimates c R. E. HILEMAN, BICYCLES AND BICYCLE REPAIR. For the past twenty months this same, has'been a popular place to secure and ycu will f.cd them as lew as j first class repair work on bicycles. :ish good j Not only ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, JUNE 29, 1906 PLANT A HOME ON THE PLAINS OF TEXAS. (Paraphrased f rorn Daniels Bros, lines on "Plant a Home in old Missouri.' Young beginners, in lite's morning, Don't forget the rainy day ; Sunshine cannot last forever, Or the heart be always gay. Save the dime and then the dollar, Lay up something as you roam ; Choose some blooming spot of beauty ; Some fair lot and plant a home. You too, who have babes around you, Coming up to take your place, Give them something to remember Homestead memories let them trace. Would you feel the pride of manhood, Let the sun your dwelling greet ; Breathe the blessed air of freedom Own the soil beneath your feet. You too, who perhaps have squandered Life's fair morn, 'tis not too late Start at once to woo blight fortune, Rail no more at so-called fate. Sow the golden seed of Saving In the rich and quickening loam ; Spend your last days in Texas, Enter heavens' gate from home. ' '-fAashiXirn ! s' R A N X C O UN T Y 7 I T K . A S ) ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 June 1906

CANYON CITY NWS, JUNE 29, 1906 : .... . jtr A l-r -T &5 THE SEVENTH ANNUAL REUNION UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS AND COWBOYS WILL BE HELD IN CANYON CITY AUGUST 28, 29 AND 30, 1906 The increased development of our country, its reputation for healthfulness, its new railroad projections, its better known fertility and productiveness, the increasing demand for homes and lower priced lands, all tend to increase from year to year this notable gathering and will naturally make this the most largely attended of all these Reunions, This will call for newer and greater attractions. WE WILL FURNISH THEM, All the latest entertainments and amusements will be on hand; not the least of which will be an exceptionally fine exhibition of the agricultural products of Randall County. Come and help us enjoy it. Are you tired and run down? Then come and breathe our pure air at an altitude of 3,000 feet, angle in our streams, see the magnificent scenery of the Palo Duro Canyon rivaling that of Yellow St...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1906. NO. 16 THE FOURTH AT HOFFMAN. Some three hundred people including a representative of some thirty or forty Canyon City folks celebrated the Fourth on the Palo Dura in the Hoff man neighborhood Wednesday. The weather was nice and cool and an exceedingly pleasant time was had. The welcome address, which just preceded the setting out of the picnic dinner, was delivered by Rev. B. T. Johnson. In a few well fitting sentences Mr. Johnson stated the object of the gathering, the program for the occasion, and m behalf of the neighborhood extended a cor dial welcome to visitors from near and far to participate in the pleasures and to share the hospitality of the neighborhood. And the response to this hearty invitation, in which The News editor joined, was an acceptance then and there followed almost immediately by the eating of one of the best dinners ever set out upon the velvet greensward beneath the beautiful sha...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 6. 1906. CANYON C I T Y N IvWS. would go far toward checking the I'ui.lisli.'. Kvery Fril.iy j big railroad corporations in their Hv c.ko.a'.' UKANKOX," " i ci!vh 0l!r Knv nuuinj; machinery. - - ! The other proposed amendment. t'ii?-!l t oktoffi'i t CanM'ii City. n i . ,. . I ici,m Matter, unirroi- tl-u pi l ldii tor exemption from ; .t Kriyn stro-t ; taxes of church and school property, 1 I'.-ijum-s s. nt out of th,. .-ount.v ietc, The News thinks ought to be; !iiM!itJy .liseontijni'l ;it .imtiof adapted. i i iitu' ji.ii'i for. j Such are the views of The News, ; an i n ett-nand trom a nrst reading: SUBSCRIPTION. f )'n;r ANNOTNCIIMKNTS. . ..$.0O these proposed amendments, Put rff reader, it a citizen of this State, in - I consider them well so that you may vote intelligently when the ides of I November roll around Election November , 1'.''R'. Herafter tin 'ope: :1 hv mis- Tor State SeiiMtor: .INC). AV. YKALE n. i:. peckek. E.ir l'i-tr'ut .hhVi- 47th Pitriet ....

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY O. 1909. HENDERSON'S COW. BY EDWARD P. IRWIN. Ever since Henderson and 1 eame out to Willowhurst and moved into houses next door to one another we have been pretty good friends. Six days in the week we go to town together, along with a crowd of other commuters, and on Sundays we visit with each other and compare notes on the best way to grow peas and pota toes there has always been a good deal of rivalry between us as to who had the best garden. Our wives have visited back and forth and borrowed each other's tlatirons and baking tins and dis cussed the proper treatment for babies when they have the colic or are cutting teeth. Hut of late a shadow has come between us. There is no open enmity, but there is a certain coolness. Hender son's cow was the cause of it all. One morning Henderson met me, as usual, when 1 came out ot the gate to go to the station we nearly always were in the habit of walking down together. "Hello, old man." he said, beam ingly. "Fine mor...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 6. 1906, posed Amendment to the State -.stituCon Relating to Certain Ex err.ptions from Taxation. J.iii.i Ibu'liiian in amend Section 2 f Ami.-!..' Jil cf ill" C.-r.f! .ii at ion of S'ao- of r. xas. relating to ct.iain . ot! i !i.'v from tax.at ier. :e j; ie;-.d- i ! the l.ecVaitire of ; he S : a t - - of Tt xr.s: s. cia n 1. l l;.;i t-i-'.5on of Atticle VIM, of !".." Co .-a .i n:i..a of the Siate f 'Y i-. .-o awon.l.'.! that the same -1 1 ; i 1 1 mm 1 as f. dV a v. to w it : ' All e, t:. 'S ...ir'il W fo.nal f. vi.i u:. ."..'; up-m th rotme das of sab .bets v.- !, :i the "emits of :1V1 au :h uity of !, the tax: t.ut the l. -i.i'.iir" ma; . o izer.erul !av tx . !... fioni ...o: n public property d i r pubi.c par.eses: actual i'.a es I u li.aiu-..- vor.-h;;. : places of burial :.ot h l.l for i$i::t or corpora to ; ofii: all L.aiid.n"; used exclusively :,d umii ,! by persons or associations of person lor ch(ol 1 impose.- and the !,. ce -s-ary fii; r.;: .rc of a'...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS.- JULY 6. 1906. TOWN 5 COUNTY 0 0 A H HCHHONAL AND OTHKK MATTERS 0 ' 0 t THAT conukkx ock citizhnh. 0 0 00000000 00000000 The Christian Meeting It begun Sunday and will con tinue on until sometime next week. If Ider Jewel Howard of Amarillo, is doing the preaching. . Morning services are held at the Court House from io ton A.M., and night services at the Christian Church at 8:30. Mr. Howard is not only a man of good brain power but can tell in fine order what he has gathered from the store house of knowledge. He also has a good voice and a pleasing address and a way of saying and doing things that brings him in close touch with the hearts of his hearers. His liberal views with reference to other churches are highly commendable and his appeal to all Christians, of what ever name, to aid in the meeting has the right ring about it. If the time ever does come" when all the professed followers "of the meek and lowly Jesus" will act upon such an invitation as this and all...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 6 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 6. 1906. iTOWNacouNTYiLssF; - - -- - l i:i(MAl. AMtOTHtK MATTI'.IIH , that . om t.ks i k iTi.i:s. FOR 1. 1 1'A'S. SALE Two ;;ood milk Edgar Money, Miss Helen Carter is visiting Miss Inez Moreland this week. The Misses Stratton are visit ing relatives in town this week. Mrs. J. Kusk returned home today. John Turner has the contract for the McReynolds house at $1,355. Some twenty prospectors came ni yesterday and more are expect ed today. lr. Howell is contemplating the t rectien of a concrete stone build in rinht away. Amariilo Business College. No vacation. No entrance ex amination. Enter any time. Frank Smith a s he expects to nave his rnck house on the corner completed by Oct 1. V.iss Marvin Faulkner c-f view, was the guest of the B;:ii- several days this week Common point railroad rates have been withdrawn from all West Tex - as points. Iiif-l PrC! jr h k rvir-Viiv. f r. ,m v' " """v'"!ing. A glance at the omcia ts. Lorton tne nan mock adjoin ing his, Lofto...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 13 July 1906

anyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1906. NO. 17 C A Worthy Edition The Canyon City News comes out with a special edition of ex ceptional merit. As a graphic, truthful description of Randall county it is up to the top notch of journalistic excellence. The articles on Texas, the Panhan die, etc., were also good. Six thousand 12 page papers was the issue. What applies to Ran dal) county will apply to some extent to Floyd and other coun ties of the Plains. The half tone cuts were well printed for a newspaper, and showed some tiae fields of alfalfa, millet, plums, cherries and apples, grown in Randall county, also cuts of prominent people, build ings, Palo Dura canyon, etc The advertising patronage was good, which showed that the people appreciate the 'efforts of the Xews.-Floydada Hesperian. The Canyon City News last week issued a 12 page special edition, consisting of some 7,000 copies. It is a good advertise ment for the Panhandle coun try, and The...

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. — 13 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 13. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. I'nUI.-rkv Every KrM.iy Kntrrril at Poktnfhrr nt rtiin City, a Stmh1 Vlu MMttrr. OfW .f rulilirHtiun. Ut Kvf Ijb Strfft l'jIlMTS Kilt (Hit if tJn i-OUTlty promptly dUrmitiniird .-it xpir.ntinn of time ji.-iid fur. SUBSCRIPTION. live. War.... Six months. .$1.00 . .',( A X X 0 1" X C E M E N T S . Election November 0, 1900. For State S-nator: I NO. V. VEALE I. K. DECKER. For I -!-t ri t Jirli;v 47th JmJirial District .?. N. BRiiWNIXG. IRA WF.BsTEK For Sheriff and Tax CoIV.-tor: M. F. SLOVER R. B. REKFEARN Fur County .Tu-: i. M. Vans ANT A. N. IIENSitN r District ;md County (Wk: J. A. TATE For Tax ,r: P. II. Y 'L'NG I E Ft STEE Fur CoT;i:ty Trt'asim r: . V. AVIRT A. M. SMITH For Cattle an. J I". S. IIi3e I:i.-pt'ct GOI5ER For County Attorney: A. S. KOLLINS AT WELLINGTON looker, Uowman ami (Jib son Address a Larje Audience. On last Monday afternoon at the court house in this city Sen ator D. E. Decker, of Quanab; representative J. R. Bo...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 13 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 13. 1900, FANNIN WANTS ROADS. And She Is Going to Get Them by Building Them. Some days ago The Favorite printed a resolution l y a local of 1 1 to Fanners' Union demanding that the Commissioners Court suhinit to 'Jit voters a proposition to issue .Mi,nuo.i)u of bonds, the money to hi devoted to the improvement of the pu hi ie roads of the county. Tli! Favorite wishes to heartily commend this step taken by the Jariners. Their program is not only desirable hut eminently practical. It is a matter capable of mathematical dciimn.-t ration that the amount of 'bunds specified in this resolution may be i.--ued by the county and ap plied, to road building without the tott of a .-ingle cent to any taxpayer in the county above what lie is now paving. That present road condition- will continue and grow wor.-e a.- 'nu a.- pre-ent climatic condition- exist and present road working meilities are nai!ab!e, nobody will debut" That .vjoii.nno judiciously ( xpemied would grade a...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 13 July 1906

C&NYON CITY NEWS. JULY 13. 1906, m ,v.i;h . f lh -.n ; : pie i.-t d ::. cf :.. . :. of 1 n":--. h 3 f i :h l.e; . -i. r. i-t:tt s, ".!) c- vta.:i Prrpos'd A -leid rKeit to the State Cnn&titot o i Fi:.i-g Salaries snd Per Diem cf Lt r . . h t House Joii.i U. s th' on .- ', to .1 t f th.- s:.,t ,.r '( . ; 'si'i'r.i'.ii'" ti f S.': : the ( ! :'!it i ;i . f f -sir.u' the sa'.iri. 1.. 1. I- is ( ;b ! oat ! t ):' ae c ; t . : or fur c 1 1 h - : i . I y m i i i 1 r iiif i.f ',: ,!!(: piiviloccs or j'cVf ' .lis. am! corn..; .' t e: s. S"CttOn 1. I':' 1: .i OiVed 1 1 1:0 1.0'T- islaturc cf ih. Ha''- rf 'fVx-ts: That at the : ciu :!;-. r;ii t i ; i a t . f iln State cf T.xa.-, 01 at any previous ii'ti. in case a.i doc ion for th'.1 State sha'l he ha i or ord.e.ed. by the, Cov.n.ci f.r other purpose-!, there shall he submitte 1 to the electors rf the State .if Texas, for th-ir approval or liA-p- al. the followm:: amen.1 mem in tlm Cons-tit ation cf the State of Texas, as provided for i...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 13 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 13. 1906. 5TDWN 5 COUNTY! ft I'KltHONAI. ANDOTHKlt MATTKKH a ft THAT COXCEliX OI K CITIZKX8. This Season's Grain Crop. Threshing the small grain crop of this county is now well on but as yet the returns as to acreage yield is not such as to enable The News to give the general average. W. E. Bates on a field of 100 acres near town has threshed out 2375 bushels of wheat. L. N. Lochridg-e, near Happy, makes a record as follows: Wheat, 27 bushels per acre; oats 57 bushels per acre and barley 50 bushels per acre. Mr. Lochridye had in 40 acres of wheat and 50 of oats. It would be fair to say, however, in this connection, that Mr. Lochridge is what would be called where he comes from, Tar rant county, a good farmer and that if others in this county had given the same care to the small grain crop here as he has done that the yield all over Randall county for this season would have come up to his. The News can safely hold to this view of the case, that Mr. Loch ridge's...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 13 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 13. 10O6. :TOWN & COUNTY: - lF.KHONAt. AMIOTHEK MATTKKK THAT CONCKHN Ot R CIT17.KNK. Pat Young has added a windmill to his premises this week. C. T. DeGraftenreid made 25 bushels of wheat per acre. H. S. Parks bought the Waters cattle. Prof. Johnson of Clarendon Col lege, was in town Monday. Streets were some muddy on Monday morning. Mrs. Bennett of Temple, arrived here last week and is visiting her brother, Travis Shaw. Miss Beatrice Oldham of Odessa, is visiting her uncle, R. G. Old ham and family. Misses Bettie and Helen Carter are visiting Miss Inez Moreland and attending the Christian meeting. ' Miss Imo Bogar is the guest cf Miss Brandon for a few days this week. The C. P. Church is being pa pered and otherwise fixed up for the dedication. Tuesday evening a big rain fell on the Frank Ames place and sur rounding country. Judge Buie spent Wednesday in Hereford attending to some business matters. Karbert Denton and sister, Miss Lucile, of Trezevant, Ten...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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