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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Randall County news. — 8 April 1910

L 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 Js made in the treatment of custom ers, small depositors receiving1 the same courteous consideration of our ofHcers and employes as those having larger accounts. THE THIRTEENTH GENERAL CENSUS Uncle Sam About to Ask Ques tions o! His Family, to GET AT THE ACTUAL FACTS Taking the Decennial Census a Tre mendous Undertaking and a Colossal Expense, but Necessary to the Prop er Conduct of Our Vast Domain. 0 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 LI) Dr. C. S. Census will beinn making his thirteenth OinnosU of the condition of Uncle Sum and ...

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. — 8 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS, SOME PLAIN r CENSUS FACTS Its Purpose Not ta Pry Into Anybody's Private Affairs. EVERYBODY'S DUTY TO ASSIST Officials Bound by Solemn Oath Not to Disclose Information Received Ex cept to Proper Department Refusal to Answer a Violation of Law. T HE census is not, uercr bas been and cannot be used to obtain information In-connection with the enforcement of tax rates. deportation proceedings, extradition measures, army or navy conscription, compulsory school attendance, child la bor prosecutions, quarantine enforce ment or In any way to interfere with the enjoyment of life, liberty or prop erty by any person. It bas nothing whatever to do with the legal detection, arrest, prosecution or punishment of any person for any j uspected or actual violation of a law, whether of a city or state or the na tionnl government or of a foreigD na tion. It is to find out how much bigger the nation bas grown since ten years before, how many more people, how many more native bor...

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. — 8 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS Canyon City Professional Cards H. Holte, Watchmaker, Jeweler, In City Pharmacy, West Side Square. PHONE 32. D. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Ottice in Wallace Huildinjf on Kast side of square. Calls answered day or night. Olliice Phone, No. !)0, Kesi- oence I'lione, Ao. L'4. F. M. Wilson, Physician and Surgeon Office. City Pharmnoy. Culls answered day or nik'ht. U.esldenee ;hone No, Its. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyon National Hani; Uuildinc All work warritnted. A. S. Rollins C. V. Woolley Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers Court practice solicited. Will attend to ca?es'in all courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary In office. Office in Smith building. I'hone 93. Jasper N. Haney, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all courts in this state. Oflice phone 91. Canyon, Texas. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does oth criminal and civil practice. Twelre years' experience. Land titles passed. upon. Write all kinds of contracts and instru ment. Notary in offlce...

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. — 8 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. WHEAT! WHEAT! WHEAT! rwt i-i-Nv?w.. f s -ass? ; Ji VCTi II The country that will grow wheat successfully, is, like the coun try that will grow corn successfully, limited in area, and bound to grow more valuable with each succeeding year. The Panhandle country has a heavy, tight, soil pregnant with lime and magnesia and the elements used by the wheat plant, to make a strong, vigorous growth. Our altitude gives a summer tem perature very similar to Minnesota and the Dakotas, the so called "bread-basket of the United States." The writer of this article has raised wheat in the famous James River Valley of South Dakota, for a period of twenty-five years, and after a residence of five years on the Plains of Texas, he is firmly convinced that this is a better wheat countrv than the aforesaid famous valley. In connection with the wheat we can make splendid crops of kaffir corn and milo maize which is more nearly a perfect ly balanced ration for stock of all kinds, t...

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. — 15 April 1910

arni, THE COUNTY NEW Vol. XIV. Canton, Randall County, Texas, Friday, April 15, 1910. No. 3 RANDALL the Conditions of Admission into the College Any white person of good moral character, free from any contagious disease, over six teen years of age, and who has a ' fair knowledge of the ordinary common school branches may enter the Normal. The com pletion of a good ninth grade, taught by good teachers, would be fair preparation. Students asking admission into the fresh man class or first year course will be examined upon Arithme tic. English Grammar and Com position, U. S. History, Texas History, Geography, Spelling, Reading etc. Exemptions From Examina tion. Applicants for admission into the Normal, who are graduates of good high schools or who hold second grade teachers' certifi cates will be admitted without examination and placed Where they can accomplish the best re sults for themselves. Courses of Study Offered The work of the Normal will be divided into about thirty courses, t...

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. — 15 April 1910

TffB RANDALL OOUNTY NBW8. Your Supplies are matters that interest you very much just at this time. W e are in a position to oner you some exceedingly low pri ces in the lines of goods which we handle. Our expenses at Ilmbartrer are small and we pan therefore sell on a closer margin than other people. Dry Goods Particular attention is called to t hp nrices on our drv coods, shoes, hats and all kinds of annarel. Thev 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 in this line let us show you our line and name the price, lou 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 The Careful Business Man when about taking a con veyance of any real estate iihvavs insists on having -UN ABSTRACT niade of the title. It is the only safe way as an ...

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. — 15 April 1910

, , 1 1 - ' , THS RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. FORCED TO PROPOSE By ANNA WOODBRIDCE Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. It was ill the relgu of King Edward of England, the fourth of that name, that JobD Ochiltree, a young farmer living in tbe county of Kent, met a lass called Mary Griggs at a Maying and conceived a strong passion for her. lie danced with her around the Maypole and looked ut her languish ingly, but bis modesty and the strength of bis lore tied his tongue so that be could say nothing to her. Mary had been keeping company with Iiichnrd Doyle, a maker of armor, but tbe moment he laid eyes on John Ochiltree, Doyle saw that she was lost to him In favor of bis rival. He drew away sulky, thus leaving the field to the man who bad supplanted him. Tbe day after the Maying John waited for Mary to come out of her father's thntched cottage and joined her. IIo managed to wish her "good morning" and Raid that tbe crops promised to be good and tbat one of his ,cows bad calved, b...

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. — 15 April 1910

THE RANDALL. OOUNTY NEWS. The Randall County News Hy Ctaaa. K. Ncedham L. B. Christman, Managing Editor Catered lit ixW.-ortve t C.nyoa. Texu. ecoad citw icfttter Office of publication. Welt fcve Ivn ireet. tSulmiri(tin Kate. One yer. in county One jrnr. outsule of couiilv 1.55 Si month "S Two Diontli 55 Pilars s?nt 41 o continurrl at fXiiHl the eotiray promptly A s iiu of t line ' id fur. Contributor Notice. The editor ot lias nuper in nr.xteus to receive, from taie to t.n.e. oonnriur,iciitiin. fr.uc its readers. out we re'(utst that all such com tnunleati'ina 1 sined. not for vut'ieat'.on. hut thai we may know ttie souree iron: which the article comes. OROW (mm EETRICG CENTRAL POINT, ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON CCRRCSPONDEVCC SOLICITED a. Jir r rin II I is I hlMSl J Notwithstanding the large qaautlUes of beans which are produced in the United States, there were Imported last year more than 2.800.000 bushels, valued at over $4,000,000. The manufacturers of almost all brands of stock ...

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. — 15 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. r U 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 an "Old Timer" here I am well posted on values and know bargains whenU see them. I am in a position to show you the! best FARMS, RANCHES and CITY PROPERTY at the LOWEST PRICES L. G. CONNER Real Estate Loans, . Live Stock, Rentals Office Building, North Side of Square, Canyon City. Texas The "OUTDOOR" Herd OF R EG I ST ER ED HEREFORD CATTLE BULLS IN SERVICE Strike Twenty No. 183,803 (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...

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. — 15 April 1910

THE RANDALL OOUNTY NBWB. Oft cm (mm F.ETRIGG cnrr ral posit ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON ccorcspondevcc 0 IThit matter must not be rprlnted with out special permission. SOME FALSE ECONOMIES. Some of tbe worst blunders that are made by tillers of tbe soil and those eogaped in animal husbandry are tbe result of practicing shortsighted ini tial economies the attempt to save in first cost followed by increased losses later on. To this class of economies belong tbe purchase of scrub or cheap grade sires for the dairy or beef herds the use of poor seed on high priced land when good seed costing a half more would give three times the crop return, tbe use of wornout and dilap idated machinery and tools when money would be made by the use of those new and up to date, the plod ding along in tbe same old rut in tbe dairy without Babcock tester or cream separator when money could be made by the use of both, tbe refusal to buy a manure spreader or other labor sav ing devices which would make possi ...

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. — 15 April 1910

THC RANDALL COUNTY NEWS, City Prcl3ssb:l C:rds RHolte, Watchmaker, Jeweler. a City Pharmacy, West Side Square. PHONE 32. 0. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Office in Wallace Building on East side of square. Calls answered day or nijjht. Offlice Phone, No. 90, Resi dence 1'hone, Wo. 24. F. M. Wilson, Physician and Surgeon Office, City Pharmacy. Calls answered day or nltrbt. Residence phone No. 46. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyop National Bank building. AU work warranted. A. S. Rollins C. V. WooUey Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers Court practice solicited. Will attend to eases in all courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary in office. Office in Smith buUdlnu. Phone 91. Jasper N. Haney, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all courts in this state. Otlice phone 91. Canyon, Texas. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does oth criminal and civil practice. Twelve years' experience. Land titles passed upon. Write all kinds of contracts aqd instru ments. Notary in office. Office northeast cor...

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. — 15 April 1910

THE RANDALL OOUNTY NEWS. 1 WHEAT! WHEAT! WHEAT! 1 (-SETOSE) "Zt ens eesED&nrt IP '2223 f 1 The country that will grow wheat successfully, is, like the coun try that will grow corn successfully, limited in area, and bound to grow more valuable with each succeeding year. The Panhandle country has a heavy, tight, soil pregnant with lime and magnesia and the elements used by the wheat plant, to make a strong, vigorous growth. Our altitude gives a summer tem perature very similar to Minnesota and the Dakotas, the so called "breadbasket of the United States." The writer of this article has raised wheat in the famous James River Valley of South Dakota, for a period of twenty-five years, and after a residence of five years on the Plains of Texas, he is firmly convinced that this is a better wheat country than the aforesaid famous valley. In connection with the wheat we can make splendid crops ofkaffircorn and milo maize which is more nearly a perfect ly balanced ration for stock of all ...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEW Vol. XIV. Canyon, Randall County, Texas, Friday, April 22, 1910. No. 4 Wanted More Farmers Wanted. The demand for more farmers in this locality is not merely local nor state-wide nor nation , wide but is world-wide, common to all civilized and advancing countries. The high price of farm products is not , merely confined to the United States but to all countries, is the most positive and convincing evidence of this world-wide want. The cause is not recent but goes back for more than a quar ter of a century. The main cause is the application of sci ence and inventive genius to in dustrial pursuits, whether it be manufacturing, transportat i o n or production. Some of our old est readers can remember when cities were limited to navigable streams; when by far the great est per cent of the population was scattered through the country, when every little town had its wagon shop, blacksmith shop, paint shop and shoe shop, and a number if not the most of the little tow...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. Your Supplies are matters that interest you very much just at this time. We are in a position to otTer 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 roods, shoes, hats and all kinds of wearing apparel. Ihey 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 vou are in need of any thing in 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 sea it at a low price. Come to see us. Paul M. Will Umbarger, Texas. j The Careful Business Man when about taking a con veyance of any real estate always insists on having: AN ABSTRACT- made of the title. It is the onlv safe wav as...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. Out of the Ginger Jar. Borne in Canyon, Texas, Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. Monday, April 18, 1910, The First State Bank A Cordial Invitation is Ex tended to all to visit the Infant. $5,000.00 GIVEN AWAY I.N VALUABLE PRIZES-IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY GREAT PUBLICITY CONTEST EVERY CONTESTANT GETS A PRIZE. Can you count the number of times Leyhe Piano Company appears in this ad? If you can, write your answer on a separate piece of paper and mail to us at once. Also state whether you have an Organ, Square or Up right Piano. Prizes will be awarded according to merit by three judges, and their decision will be final. We are factory distributors for such well-known Pianos as Kimball. Bush & Lane, Weber, Checkering Bros., Packard, Steck, Wheelock, Davis & sor.s, Victor, Ludwig, Kohler & Campbell, Stuyvesant, Whitney, Hiiwe Autopianos and the wonderful Pianola-Pianos. To make the name Leyhe Piano Co. more thoroughly known and to make the var...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL OOUNTY NEWS. The Randal! County NewsiwoulddeliverlheKdifitwas i nothing more than moisture. Ilv Chaw. K. Need ha 111 T . . , But if we are rightly informed, L B, Christian, Managing Editor thfcre was another strinff attach- ed to the kite. As Judge Hunt has made his delivery of rain, it now remains for Bro. Shafer to look after his part of the pro u.,r...n ,e.. pram which can safely be assur on-r' mw.e t rnuntv' '. '. ' . '. . I'.Miod. Of course the News has no monii "5 j uneasiness on that score. Two months 8S Knterrd l iioMoftce l Cunyou. Texas, is i-oood cls mur. Office of rubiieaiion. Went Kveivn street Plrs sent out of the county promptly Cis continued expiration of time paid for. Contributor Notice. The Randall County News takes a whole column to tell its opinion of the telephone system of that place. The Herald could express a full opinion of the Plainview in a few short words, but a big revival meeting is now The editor of this pper is anxious to receive, from ti...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. 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 thel 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. 163,865 (Anxiety-Hesoid) Winsome Prince No. 172,425 (Rose Stock-Post Obit) Imp. Armour Dale No. 150,843 (Anxiety-Dale) FOR SALE One car load two and three year old bulls. One car load yearling bulls. Ten head two year old heifers wi...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. r 1i $50,000.00 Ten $50,000.00 Stock Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes, Hardware, Implements. Stock Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes, Hardware, Implements. Ye Are Forced to Make This Sale. We Are Forced to Make These Prices. These Prices Will Force You to Make the Purchase. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!!! Forced Ho Beginning Thursday, April 21st, Closing Saturday, April 30th 10 DAYS ONLY We will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Furn ishings, Clothing, Hardware, Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Windmills, Etc., at prices that will actually astonish the buying public. Every purchase made during this sale will be a saving to the purchaser. Do you anticipate buying a plow, lister, planter, wagon, buggy, windmill or even building a home soon? If so, it will pay you to take advantage of this great Forced Sale and secure these goods at a saving. Remember we are going to sell these goods just as advertised. You take no chances on any purchase made during this sale, we abso...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS. r Canyon City Professional Cards RHoite, Watchmaker, Jeweler. tn City Pharmacy, West Side Square. PHONE 32. 0. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon , Ortice in Wallace Building1 on East ; side of square. Calls answered day ' or night. Ottiice Phone, No. 90, Resi- ' dence Phone, No. 24. F. M. Wilson, Physician and Surgeon Office. City Pharmacy. Calls answered day or nlitbt. Residence phone No, 46. S. L Ingham, Dentist Canyon National Hunk buildinp. All work warranted. A. S. RoUir.s C. V. Woolley Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers Court practice solicited. Will attend to eases lo all courts of the state. Examination of land titles a specialty. Notary in office. Office Id Smith buildlnif. Phone 9-2. Jasper N. Haney, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all courts in this state. Office phone 01. Canyon, Texas. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does otb criminal and clTtl practice. Twelre yean' experience. Land titles passed pon. Write all kinds of eontracts aDd instru ment. Notary In office...

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. — 22 April 1910

THE RANDALL COUNTY NEWS, WHEAT! WHEAT! WHEAT! 1 'tr..'i 50 .. uJ1 vi,.' 7-:.n-i-o-iiTjr,-...: j:-e."r. The country that will grow wheat successfully, is, like the coun try that will grow corn successfully, limited in area, and bound to grow more valuable with each succeeding year. The Panhandle country has a heavy, tight, soil pregnant with lime and magnesia and the elements used by the wheat plant, to make a strong, vigorous growth. Our altitude gives a summer tem perature very similar to Minnesota and the Dakotas, the so called "bread-basket of the United States." The writer of this article has raised wheat in the famous James River Valley of South Dakota, for a period of twenty-five years, and after a residence of five years on the Plains of Texas, he is firmly convinced that this is a better wheat country than the aforesaid famous valley. In connection with the wheat we can make splendid crops of kaffir corn and milo maize which is more nearly a perfect ly balanced ration for st...

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