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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 July 1906

New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 20, 1906. NO. 18 Oatiyoti City FOR GOTHAM, 200,000 COWS Vast Number of Bovines Which Sup ply New York with Its Milk and Cream Products. It takes 200,000 cows to supply New York city with milk and cream, and other cities in about the same proportion to popula tion. If it were necessary to de liver this quantity in wagons, bread and milk would be a greater luxury than terrapin in all large cities. But the milk-train and the refrigerating process bring city and country into surprisingly dose relations. Every New Eng land state pours milk into Boston. Each day trains start from points in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, more than 100 miles away. Philadelphia's milk-routes iadiate for distances nearly as great in all directions, like the spokes of a wheel obviously not a waterwheel. And Chicago draws on the great dairy states of the middle west. New York, with its enormous population, receives milk from close to the shores of Lake...

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. — 20 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 20. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. PuMiil)'l Kvery Frid.iy iVv gkoTa. KKA N I o X , K.ntrrfd at I'otollice t Canyon City. a S-riind-riax Matter. Office of Publication. t Evflvn Street r.'jjxTs stnt out f tin oounty jimmptly tlisconttnurd at rxj'iration of time i;iM or. SUBSCRIPTION. One. Y(ar $1.00 Six months T0 A N N O I ; X C E M E X T S . Election November 0, 190l5. For State Senator: JNO. W. VEALE 1). E. DECKEH. For Iitrkt Jurist 47th Judicial District J. N. EROWXIN'G. IRA WKBSTEli For Sheriff ami Tax Oilei-tor: M. F. SLOVER R. B. REDFEARX For County Judyre: .7. M. VAXSAXT A. X. HEXSOX For District and County Clerk: J. A. TATE For Tax Assessor: P. IT. YOCXG JOE FuSTER For County Treasurer: ' S. V. WIRT A. M. SMITH For Cattle and Hide Inspvtor V. S. GOP.ER For County Attorney: A. S. ROLLINS LAND VALUE HISTORY. This old earth of ours is only so larye; it never was any big ger and never will be, tbat is, if we judfre from man's rule of or der. When man was few in nu...

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. — 20 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 20. 1QOO. PLANTING APPLES. Rough Land and Cedar Bough Mulch Well. In some portions of America ap ple trees are rarely found growing on the smooth and well til let! fields, hity on the contrary, on the hillsides, the ridges, the breaks, where brush and stones vie with each other for first and best places. There we find hardy, long lived apple trees spread ing their fruit bearing branches. It is said of some of these hill land that they are so steep and ro rough that you "must lead a horse ten miles to find a place to wallow." In the South we have often been taught to avoid such rough land be cause the crops failed upon them or the trees were short lived or th'-; i.ind soon washed away when set to fruit of any kind. Yet some of the finest apple trees of Arkansas, Okla homa and Texas are found on just tuch rough and rocky land. In many cws no plow has tombed the land in yea. Vi C'l's. grass and sapling have come' in ami Vied to oust the tld apple trees, hut these...

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. — 20 July 1906

C'NYON CITY NEWS. JULY 20. 19Q6. 1 BETTER THAN GOLD LAND BARGAIN EXTRAORDINARY IN THE CELEBRATED TEXAS PANHANDLE THE IOWA OF THE SOUTHWEST FIN EST CLIMATE IN AMERICA. COOL, DELIGHTFUL, INVIGORATING SUMMERS. WINTERS WARM, DRY, AND FULL OF SUNSHINE. RICHEST SOIL ON EARTH; 3 TO 7 FEET DEEP; DARK, SANDY LOAM ON LIME STONE FORMATION, VERY SIMILAR TO THE FAMOUS BLUEGRASS BELT OF KENTUCKY; FULL OF HUMUS AND EASILY TILLED. We own 65,000 acres 100 Sections of this choice level Prairie land in a solid body located in Farmer County, within 11 miles of Bovina, Texas, a station on the through line of the Santa Ke Ry. from Chicago to Los Angeles, Calif. The Santa Fe has recently surveyed and been granted a charter to bui'd a cut-off from Texico to Brownwood, Texas, which when completed will give the shortest route from the Pacific to the Gulf, San Francisco to Galveston. It is expected this road will he co npleied and trains running within two years. The final survey has been made and runs throug...

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. — 20 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 20. 1906. o Itown 3 county! Card of Thanks. With grateful hearts we The Celebrated Studebaker Vehicles heartily thank our friends, - neighbors and the people ot Canyon City generally for their great kindness to us during the O I'KHHONAI. AND OTHKK MATTE KM THAT COXCEHN OIK CITI.EXH. 'DISTRICT COURT. llness and on the death of our little boy. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Powers. Convenes on the 30th. day of this month. The grand jurors selected for the term are as fol lows: T W Barrett G G Fowter C R Burrow W L Garner R A Campbell J A Grundy Theodore Cochell J B Kuox A M Craig II W O'Keefe .1 A Currie B T Johnson W A Ward John Pyeatt .1 W Scott It F White PETIT JUHORS 1st. WEEK J E Park J E Rogers W W Stephenson T V Slack Phillip Miller .1 J Currle R M Peeler W II Foster L V Burch J M McXaughton K R Bates .1 E Coleman Lee Shllllett J T Coffee .1 I Campbell S II Ileyser J II Dunbar J D Knicely Kd Ilarrell W C Baird E C Reynolds Henry Wesley II S Cavet C P Money (i C Braum...

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. — 20 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 20. 1906. ITOWN & COUNTY: 1'EltXOXAI. AND OTHER MATTKRH THAT CONCERN Ot R CITIZEN'S. The land business for this fall promises to be better than ever. Rubber shoes were again in use this week. J. A. Tate's wife and baby are sick this week. Fine Candies Best in town at Wilson's. A skating rink is one of our newest enterprises. Remember the lecture Mon day night. Charlie McAfee sold his residence Tuesday to Joel Preslar at $1250. Rector Lester went South on the Plainview hack last Friday. "urancima Upton nas gone to Lubbock for an indefinite time. Renshaw & Cochran, Painters and Paper Hangers. 18 4ts Mrs. B. F. Buie is quite sick this week. Miss Johnnie Cartwnght is visit ing her sister, Mrs. D. A. Park. Miss Annie Buie has dismisse her music class for the summer. Mrs. V. Edna Henson has return ed from her trip to Missouri. W. J. Hall added a new wind mill to his premises this week, Roswell Hinchee, a brother of Mrs. S. V. Wirt made a flying trip to this ...

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. — 27 July 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 27, 1906. NO. 19 LAST OPEN CATTLE RANGE Only Great Area Remaining to the Cowboy Is in Northern Montana. But it is not true that the "open range" has wholly vanished. Its life still runs wide and free. The heroic bigness of it, however, is to be sought no longer in the south west, where the cowboy has been most often framed in story. He is making his last stand in north ern Montana, says the Outing Magazine. If you lay a ruler across the map of Montana, east and west, from Fort Iiuford to Fort Ueuton, it will not cross a town in a line 300 miles long. If you run the line north and south, say midway between Malta and Glasgow, from up on the Canadian boundary down almost to the Yel lowstone, a stretch of a 150 miles will be covered without finding a settlement big enough to deserve a dot and a name on the map. This is, roughly speaking, the country of the last great open range in the United States. Its area is greater...

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. — 27 July 1906

CAN-YON CITY NEWS. JULY 27. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. ruMishri Kvery Friday Hy GKO. A. HK.VNDON, Kiitered at rot-lofticp at ranynn City. a Seroml ( Ins Matter. Oflirf ot I'ulilirat Wt F.vi-lvn Street 1'jijhts snt out of tlu county jiromjttly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Ont Year. $1.00 Six months .50 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Barring the precinct candidates the following is the ticket that will be used in the primaries tomorrow: For Governor 0. B. Colquitt. C. K Bell. M. M. Brooks. T. M. Cnmi'U-H. For Lien tenant-Governor F. F. Hill. A. B. Davidson. For Attorney General Rolert V. Davidson. For Comptroller of Public Arcountt- J. "W. Stephens. For Commissioner of General Land Office John J. Terrell. (". E. Gilbert. For State Treasurer Dan W. Phillips. Sam Sparks. T. S. Garrison. For Superintendent PuMic Instruc tion R. 15. Cousins. For I'.ailroad Commissioner U rn. D. Williams. L. J. Storey. For Chief Justice Supreme Court R. II. Gaines. For Judt'e Court Criminal A...

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. — 27 July 1906

V CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 27. 1900, Colton Seed Meal Fop Hogs. I see lots in your paper about the use of cotton seed meal as a stock i'ood, and truly this is a very vital ouestion to the )poj)lo of Texas. J have used it for nearly one year and can perhaps add somet Ii inr to what lias been said. In June, liM)., I had r.bout 15 head of all Kind? of hogs in about seven reics of l'iei'iniila ji'Vass pasture. Some large enough to market, some pigs some sows vitf pigs, and some carrying pigs. My corn crop was a failure and I was up against is for feed. First, I had one very large sow that was weaning her pigs and she was very poor ami I did not think (die was with pig, so 1 put her in a f ma II pen and commenced to feed her all the cotton seed meal and wheat bran that she would eat made into a thin slop, and all the corn she would eat. I fed the meal sweet. Mie soon quit the corn and in about i'O days she had taken on more fat than any animal 1 ecr tride to fat ten in that length of time....

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. — 27 July 1906

C&NYOH CITY NEWS. JULY 27. 19Q6. BETTER THAN GOLD LAND BARGAIN EXTRAORDINARY If! THE CELEBRATED TEXAS PANHANDLE THE IOWA OF THE SOUTHWEST FIN EST CLIMATE I MAM ERICA. COOL, DELIGHTFUL, INVIGORATING SUMMERS. WINTERS WARM, DRY. AND FULL OF SUNSHINE. RICHEST SOIL ON EARTH; 3 TO 7 FEET DEEP; DARK, SANDY LOAM ON LIME STONE FORMATION, VERY SIMILAR TO THE FAMOUS BLUEGRASS BELT OF KENTUCKY; FULL OF HUMUS AND EASILY TILLED. We own (Vi,0X) acres 100 Sections of this choice level Prairie land in a solid body located in Farmer County, within 11 miles of lVivina, Texas, a station on the through line of the Santa Fe Ky. from Chicago to Los Angeles, Calif. The Santa Ye has recently surveyed and been granted a charter to build a cut-off from Texico to Brownwood, Texas, which when completed will give the shortest route from the Pacific to the Gulf, San Francisco to Galveston. It is expected this road uill te co npleted and trains running within two years. The final survey has been made and runs ...

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. — 27 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 27. 1906. ITOWM 3 COUNTY: The Celebrated Studebaker Vehicles - THAT COXCKKX OCK CITIZKXH. J. E. Wesley of Ceta, in town Monday, says that his father, J. T. Wesley's wheat has just thresh ed out THIRTY-NINE bushels to the acre. He had sixteen acres drilled in last fall. James & Mayo did the work with their new thresher and kept the tally of the grain and vouch for its correctness. This is the best turnout for this season yet reported to The News. Threshing has just fairly begun in the Ceta neighborhood and The News will have other reports in from there by next week. Work on the new route across the canyon here began Monday. It starts off east of the present grade but crosses it twice, going out of the canyon east of the present line. The crossing on Spring Creek will also be east of the present one and on J. L. Prichard's old ranch place. For this new crossing and its ap proaches Mr. Prichard gets $1800. The main purpose of this new line is to lessen the gr...

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. — 27 July 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 27. 19Q6. jTOWN & COUNTY: I'KltPONAl. ASP OTHKR MATTKRH THAT CONCERN OfR CITIZENS. To-morrow is the time to pass on the candidates. The town is improving all over. 344 votes were polled in the gen eral election of 1904. Fine Candies Best in town at Wilson's. Penshaw & Cochran, Painters and Paper Hangers. 18 4ts Bricks have arrived for the Frank Smith building. L. G. Conner has sold the Dave Auld p'ace to Edgar Money for $650. Mrs. Waddle and children, sister of Mrs. A. S.Rollins, returned Tues day to her home at Greenville. M. F. Slover bought the "Coul ter" place from B. F. Hodges Sat urday for $750. H. W. Key has sold his residence and four acres in the northeast part of town to Judge Eakman at $1500. R. W. Foster's baby boy not ex pected to live last week is now fairly on the read to recovery. Russell Sage, the veteran finan cier, went to his final accounting Sunday. All our county candidates will leave the anxious seats after to morrow night. All D...

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. — 3 August 1906

New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1906. NO. 20 Canyon City Seasonable Goods at Reduced Prices We have just finished a very successful six months' business, and we are making an effort to increase our sales in the next six months. In order to do this we are making prices that will bring the business. We would be glad to have you call and see usJk)ok through our stock and get prices. Look at the following prices: Best Prints on the market, worth Cc, now . . . Delhi Zephyr Gingham, worth 12Jc, now, . . .9c Toile Du Nord Gingham, worth 12Jc, . . . .10c Cotton Checks, worth (5c, at 4Jc IJestCambric finish Domestic 10c LAWNS White Lawns worth 10c, at Tie White Lawns worth 13c, at 10c White Lawns worth 15c, at 12Ac White Lawns worth 20c, at 15c White Lawns worth 25c, at 19c Colored Lawns, all good clean stock, fast colors: Colored Lawns worth 10c, 7c " Lawns worth 12ic, 9c " , Lawns worth 15c, I2ic We are sole agents for Queen Quality Shoes, for Ladies, Topsy Ho...

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. — 3 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST C. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. TuMiKhwl Kvery Friday PRECINCT CONVENTIONS. lly GEO. A. 1IKAXDOX, Entered t I'oMoflirr at Canyon City, n Second Clas Matter. Oltier of rulilirittioii. Wrt Evrlva Strn-t ..Warm Weather Comforts Canyon City. Mass meeting Democratic pre cinct convention was called to order by Chairman L. C. Lair in Phjmts w-nt out of the county promptly discontinued (it expiration of t inn iiil for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months W ithe Court House at 3 P. M. last 1 1: r.-Ai !-'V i-jct.ty OIL STOVES ! Saturday. After a statement by ! the precinct chairman as to its ! purposes and the election of IGeo. A. Brandon as secretary, i the following business was done, m ML RANDALL COUNTY PRIMARY VOTE Democratic Party Out of the eight voting pre cincts of the county seven bad primaries the voters of the eighth one the "Trigg box" were threshing and wouldn't quit. The total vote cast in the county for each man on the ticket except the present coun ty ...

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. — 3 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 3. 1906. "TOWN 3 COUNTY: PKHMONAl. AND OTIIKK MATTKKH THAT CO.VCKKX OITR (ITIZKNH. ft Deaf Smith I'rimarieH. Something over 400 votes were polled. For governor the county went for Tom Campbell. Brown ing led for district judge; Decker for Senator and Bowman for Represen tative, with Watkins a close second. The old county commissioners were returned except O. M. Daniel who was not in the race. W. D. Kele hoir takes the place of Mr. Daniel. The county ticket elect is as fol lows: Judge, W. H. Russel. Couny Clerk, Wm. Coggell. Sheriff, Ed Connell. Co. Atty.,S J. Dodson. Assessor, J. VV. Ford. Treasurer, C. E. Smith. District Court. Court opened Monday with all its regular machinery. The grand jury was inpanelled with W. L. Garner as foreman. S. V. Gentry and W. M. McCranie were appoint ed as bailiffs. Civil Docket J. W. French vs Pecos Valley Ry. Co. continued by deft. Golden Belt Land Co. vs J. W. Stoddard; dismissed at cost of plain tiff. J. E. Hughes vs. VV....

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. — 3 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 3. 1906. TOWN 3 COUNTYj I'KltHOXAl. AVDOTHKR MATTKKS THAT CONVKKN OI K ("ITI7.KNS. There was just 200 votes polled in the Canyon City primary. Mrs. Jno. Knight who has been very sick is now improving. All kinds of Racket Goods, School Supplies and Confection ery at Wilson's. Try us. Audrew Crane has bought a half interest with John Craw ford in the barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Sullentrrger re turned Tuesday to their home in Arizona. Miss Jessie Venner who has been visiting Miss Anna Jordan several weeks returned home Wednesday. Amarillo Business College. No vacation. Xo entrance ex amination. Enter any time. Geo. L. Abbott left Monday evening for Galcsburp, Illinois, on a land deal. Scott Potter is herefrom Bea ver, Okla., visiting Mrs. Marv Duke. bis sister Miss Amy Faulkner from near LaForce, Texas spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Caddo Gormon. J. G. Cruikshank has bought the VV. A. Farr 9 sections in Yoa kum county paying Mr. Farr $2. 50 per acre. Mrs. VV...

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. — 10 August 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 10, 1906. NO. 21 it . Y Seasonable We have just finished a very successful six months' business, and we are making an effort to increase our sales in the next six months. In order to do this we are making prices that will bring the business. We would be glad to have you call and see us, look through our stock and get prices. Look at the following prices: Best Prints on the market, worth Oc, now 4$ Delhi Zephyr Gingham, worth 12Jc, now . . .9c Toi'.e Du Nord Gingham, worth 12Jc 10c Cotton Checks, worth tie, at 4c HestCambric finish Domestic 10c LAWNS White Lawns worth 10c, at 71c White Lawns worth 13c, at 10c White Lawns worth 15c, at 124c White Lawns worth 20c, at 15c WhiteLawns worth 25c, at 19c Colored Lawns, all good clean stock, fast colors: Colored Lawns worth 10c, 7c " Lawns worth 12ic, &c ' Lawns worth 15c, 12Ac We are sole agents for Queen Quality Shoes, for Ladies, Topsy Hosiery, Cluett Peabody Shirt...

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. — 10 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 10, 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. PiiIiMkIumI Every Friday lJy(JEo7. KRANDOX, F.ntfrfii at PoMofflrf at Canyon City, a Srrwid-riawt Mattrr. OBirr of I'uMiration. WM Evrlyn Strrrt 1'aiMTs hint out of the county promptly tlisi-ontiniil at expiration of time pfiid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six monih 10 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Nominees Democratic Primaries July 28th. For State Senator D. E. Decker. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Jude A. N. Henson. For County Attorney-- A. S. Rollins.' For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. Fcr Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. Y. Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Gorer. CONVENTION. Saturday was tbe day set for holding the county convention and for the meeting of the ex ecutive committee to tabulate the returns. Owing to the rain the attendance at either func tion was not large, but the law was carried out, nevertheless, and the work laid o...

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. — 10 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 10. 1906. 4 The Story of Mary. 5T0WN & COUNTY: Charles R. . Barnes in the New The Celebrated Studebaker Vehicles York World, i. I'KKHONAI. AND OTHKIt MATTKHH ft Mary had a little lamb' THAT COXCEUX UVll CITIZENS. One day it got the croup; She sold it to a packing house REUNION EXHIBIT PREMIUMS It's now canned ox-tail soup. 2. 3 List ot Premiums for exhibits at Randall County Fair to be held in connection with the U. U. V. Reunion at Canyon City, August 8, 29, and 30, 1906. Best Hpaii Plains raised mules over two years old $10 00 Best horse colt under 7 mos.. " 00 .t ... 2 50 Best mule colt under 7 mos... 5 00 i I ' . 4 2 no Most stylish Hlngle turnout ... .r 00 'M " " " " 2 50 P.i-st hull any ae and breed . 7 50 k ... 2 50 Best cow over two yrs. any 1 1 reed " 00 2d Best cow over two yrs. any hreed 50 Best hrood sow any breed : oo 2 50 2 50 Best pair pigs under 1 mos..-.. .j Best pair turkeys any breed ... Best hen & rooster Lanj;shan.... 1 00 2 00 1...

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. — 10 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 10. 1906. Itown 5 county! 1MCICSONAI. AMI OTHKK M.VTTKHS 4 THAT rONTKHX Di li ITIZKNS. To one not acquainted with the method which our people have of entertaining and locating the hordes of emigrants which are now enter ing our gate? the scene on our streets yesterday afternoon and this morning would have led them 1 1 believe that the entire population had turned out for a picnic or a Fourth of July celebration. Every available vehicle and horse in town was pressed into service to accom modate the two hundred homeseck ers who came in yesterday, and today they are teirtg driven over the prettiest country they have probably ever seen. As one of the visiting party expressed it yestcr day afternoon in the hearing of our News reporter these are his words vcr batim "I'll tell you I have traveled over the world a great deal in my life and this is the best looking country I have ever seen." We who have lived here for a time have been telling the storv of our wonderf...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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