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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 August 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, 1906. NO. 22 v REUNION EXHIBIT PREMIUMS List of Premiums for exhibits at Randall County Fair to be held in connection with the U. C. V. Reunion at Canyon City, August 28-29-30, '06 Best upan Plains raised mules over two years old $10 00 Best horse eolt under 7 mos.. T 00 2d ' ' 4 " ' ' 2 ."0 Best mule colt under 7 mos... " 00 2d ' 4 4 4 2 HO Most stylish single turnout ... 5 00 2d " 44 44 " 2 50 Best bull any age and breed.. 7 .10 2d 4 4 4 4 44 2 ."0 lU'st cow over two yrs. any breed ." 00 2d Best cow orer two yrs. any breed 2 50 Best brood sow any breed ... 5 00 2d Best pair pigs under 4 mos OjJ t it . t Best pair turkeys my breed Best hen & rooster Lanjjshan. 2 50 2 50 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 4 4 4 " Leghorn 1 00 4 4 " Minorca 1 00 4 4 "Plymouth Rock 1 00 ..... Wyandotte.... 1 00 4 4 44 any breed 1 00 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Best sheaf of wheat crop l!M)t;...$l 00 oats 44 44 .... 1 00 4 44 4 b-irley 44 44 .....

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. — 17 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 17, 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. Publish'! Ever.v Fri.lay GECK A. HRAN1K1X, F.iiinfd at roMofltrf t Can)' ob City, a Second ria Matter. Office nf raMiratiun. Wed Kvelvn Street PajHTH writ out f tln county promptly tlisoontimitil at expiration of tinu jiaid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the New s, and the county ticket Until the district conventions are held al the names will he carried Those driven for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator D. E. Decker. John W. ea'e. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. Ira Webster. For County Judge A. N. Henscn. For County Attorney- - A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. A . Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Gofer. TIME TO GET BUSY. Only ten days now until the seventh annual reunion of the U...

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. — 17 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 17. 190G. Vwmbbv w m m T T If f lUWNGUUUIMI Y AND OTHKK MATTEKH ft ft - ft l'EHHONAI THAT COXCEKX OI'R CITIZKXS, REUNION EXHIBIT PREMIUMS The News job office this week printed for the reunion advertis ing committee a supply of prem ium lists in circular form, which will be sent out to the several postoffices in the county for dis tribution. These premiums are for exhibits of stock, farm, gar den and orchard products and a list of "specials" takes in a va riety of things. Several num bers on the list are calculated to provoke a little merriment, as in the case of premiums being offered for the laziest and the ugliest man, respectively. Squire R assures The News that he is already running a good race for the place of laziest man, with W. F. K a close sec ond. (The News will not be a party to boosting the claims of anv n.irtirular man for this en- j i'- viable place, hence it leaves the above names partially blank. Of course the parties whom we have in mind wil...

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. — 17 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, AUGUST 17. 1906. jTOWN 5 COUNTY: SEVENTH ANNUAL REUNION 9 1'KKSONAI. AM) OTHKH MATTKIIS THAT IOMKKN OIK C1T17.KNS. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens. Ink, etc The band boys have received their new uniforms. Geo. Hut:hings went to St. Louis S?turday to purchase fall poods for his house, the Supply Co. Miss Laura Hodges of Quinland, Texas arrived last Saturday on a visit to her brother, B. F. Hodges. Contractor Begrin was at Dallas and Fort Worth on business the first of the week. , L. S Carter on Wednesday sold his section 164 to H. L. and F. E. Wikott of Kansas at $4,480. C. E. Powell uf Red Oak, is here visiting and prospecting, the guest of his brother-in-law, Rev. A. B. Haynes. The children will soon be in school again. We suggest that you have their pictures made while they have plenty of time. One our real estate men informed our reporter this week that his trm had already, through his firm ad in our special edition, sold two tracts of land. ...

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. — 24 August 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1906. NO. 23 ttEMi P mm We have to get out of our present quarters by the first of next month and have determined to close out. UNUSUAL BARGAINS Are offered in every lineonly a few of the many articles are here quoted: Cups and Saucers' from 15c a piece to $3.98 per set. Plates from 5c each to 60c a set. Gravy or Soup Bowls 10c each or 3 for 25c. Vegetable dishes from 10c up. Cream Pitchers from 10c up. Covered Vegetables Dishes 45c up. Fancy Plates from 15c up. Cracker Jars 35c up. Cream and Sugar Sets from 25c up. Mugs from 5c up. SEE OUR TEN CT. COUNTER! Jardineers at very lowest prices. Toilet Sets at low prices. Large variety of Dolls from 5c up A Large Variety of Tinware. Dish Pans from 10c up. Dust Pans 9c Butter Moulds. 9c Butter Pads 4c Potato Mashers 8c Graters 4c Funnels 4C Vegetable Brushes 4c Forks and Knives at 45c a set Shears from 30c Up. A nice line of Toilet Articles, Enamel and Nickel-plate...

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. — 24 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 24. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. ruUishol Every Friday HvVkoTa. 1 1 R A NIH) X KntriTil at I'ostofficf M Canyon City. Seroml ( la Matter. Ofllrf of Tutiliration. Wrt Kvclyn Stw! nt out of tin' county promptly disc-out inurl at oxj'iration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Y(ar $1.00 Six months 50 NOVKMHER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET was free to the press ani the boys took a lot ot it; 'tis said that Joe Ray of the Hereford Brand made a daily average of sixtv glasses. Mineral Wells is a. substan tially built town aud full of business energy but its location in the low valleys surrounded by high hills makes it, at this season of the year, one of the hottest places in Texas. There are mineral waters to suit any taste and lots of folks there drinking them. SEEKING THE SOUTHWEST. The district so far as announced in the News, and the county ticket. Until the district conventions are held al the names will be carried. Those given for county office are the primary nomin...

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. — 24 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 24. 1906. O. M. AMARILLO - j j J J i J I J I 2 When in need of anything in the Furniture line it will pay you to come to Amarillo and figure with me. I will prepay the freight to Canyon. 1 have the largest, most complete line of Furniture this side of Ft. Worth 0. M. EAKLE. THE NEWS OFFICE FOR ALL KINDS OF DEEDS REUNION EXHIBIT PREMIUMS List of Premiums for exhibits at Randall County Fair to be held in connection with the U. C. V. Reunion at Canyon City, August 282930, '06 H.-.st spun Plains raised mules over two years ohl 10 W Best horse colt under 7 mos.. " H) ... .... .j -,d Best mule colt under 7 mos... ." 00 o,j ' 2 ".II Most stylish sinule turnout ... " 01) o,i ' ' 'J .-( Best hull any aue and hreeil 7 "0 t( ! .")0 lie st cow over two yrs. any breed....: L'd Best tow over two yrs. any breed . 2 50 Bes, brood sow any breed ... . 00 o,j i i ' '2 ,10 Best pair pigs under -1 mos .... 2 50 2,j .. 1 oil Best pair turkeys any breed ... 2 (Ml o(j ' " 1 00 Best...

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. — 24 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS, AUGUST 24, 1906. Lee Turns on His Pursuers A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY April 6 ; ui'.vripiil, r.'iil. 1 y c t , Villi I cv;li'U;il.l!i k Petersburg tilt' jr - and i--' vi;li tlic u-..j. mediate itli:m.;iid ill . I.. Kilmer J Ki hluolid ;iUj night of April , Ia-v inarched ! under liis iin thc Petersburg lines westward along tiio railroad run ning to Iauvi;lo. Ya.. i!r point which l'r .-idt'iit Davis had selected as the ui'W capital of the "onfederaey. Gen era! John H. Gordon's corps formed the .'oiift'ilrrau- rear guard, ami General U. S. Ew ell's carps was the last In Lee's r j;ular column. General Long street led the vanguard. General Grant aud General Meade ct out from Petersburg ou April " to follow upon Lee's heels with three army corps, the Second. Fifth and Sivtli, led re-p,ti t-:y by General Humphreys. General Gri'hu and (Ii'U crai Wright. The Federal Army of the .lames, under command of General Ord, inarched westward on a more southerly route than that...

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. — 24 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 2a. 1906. iTOWN 5 COUNTY! I'KUHONAL AND OTIIKir MATTKH8 THAT CONCERN OCK CIT1ZKNH. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens, ink, etc REUNION NEXT WEEK. WHEN THE BAND PLAYED "DIXIE." The Celebrated Studebaker Vehicles A Wartime Instance of the Power of Music. v The Reunion executive com mittee has worked heroically, early and late to make of this Reunion, beginning next Tues day, the best entertainment of the kind ever held in Canyon City. It has been extensively advertised in the newspapers both at home and abroad and in addition twenty-five thousand general band bills printed in thisoflice, have been distributed. The ballocn ascension, a fea ture which has been a failure on past occasions, will positively be made a snccess of this time as the committee assures The News that it now has a "bind ing guarantee" to that effect. The base ball club under the able management of Tom Row an has gotton together one of the best teams in Texas and matched ga...

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. — 24 August 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 24. 1906. TOWN & COUNTY: VKKSONAI. AMI OTHER MATTKKS THAT CONCKKN (M R OTIZKNK. More rent houses are needed in this town and needed badly. Charlie . McAfee has added a windmill to his premises. Notice the new ad of the Randall County Abstract Co. in this issue. The south bound train Wednes day was delayed until 7 30 P. M. on account of a wreck in Oklahoma. Mrs. M. L Martin of Fort Worth is here for the Reunion, the guest of her s,ister, Mrs. T. E. Baird. Renshaw and Cochran have the contract to paint the inside of the Court House at $218. Mrs. McWhirter of Fort Worth is here on a visit to Mrs. A. S. Rollins. her daughter, Getting ready for the big event of the year the Reunion is the talk all over town. R. L. Faulkner bought the Erns berger place from Joel Preslar Sat urday paying $2500 for it. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowan spent this week with friends in the coun try attending camp meeting. Judge Buie spent several days at Dimmit this week on legal business. ...

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. — 7 September 1906

Cany on City New VOL CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1906. M NO. 24 We have to get out of our present quarters by the first of next month and have determined to close out. UNUSUAL BARGAINS Are offered in every lineonly a few of the many articles are here quoted: Cups and Saucers from 15c apiece to $3.98 per set. Plates from 5c each to 60c a set. Gravy or Soup Bowls 10c each or 3 for 25c. Vegetable dishes from 10c up. Cream Pitchers from 10c up. Covered Vegetables Dishes 45c up. Fancy Plates from 15c up. Cracker Jars 35c up. Cream and Sugar Sets from 25c up. Mugs from 5c up. SEE OUR TEN CT. COUNTER! Jardineers at very lowest prices. Toilet Sets at low prices. Come today and have first choice. Anderson's Queensvare Store. Camp Stonewall Jackson. Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. met on the 28th day of August, 1906, this being the 7th annual meeting at Canyon City with J. T. Bobbitt Commander, W. F. Heller Adjutant. 52 members of Stonewall Jackson Camp and i visiti...

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. — 7 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 7. 1906. CANYON CITY NKWS. Publish.. Kvory Friday Hy GKO. A. HKAXDON, Kiilcrt'il at I'oktofllrr at Canyon City. :s Sfrond-t'liis Natter. Oftioe ( PnMlrution. W'wt Kvclyn Strftt I'.'ijmts sent out of tln ' cor.nty promptly discontinued ;it expiration of tii in paid for. STBSCKIPTION., '"7 Ycir SI. 00 Six months 50 NOVEMBF.R KLKCTIOX DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far .is announced m the New s, and the county ticket. Those -n for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Wale. F.-r JucLea,- Judicial District J N. Browning. For County JuJe A. N. Her.son. For County Attorney-- A. S. Kc.::i:;s." For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For .Sheri:f and Tax Collect,! M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For -Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Gofer. The Amarillo Daily Panhandle a v-e spk-ndiJ writeups of cur Re union. The editor ot the Panhan dle is too broad gauged to allow any little neighborhood...

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. — 7 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 7. 19Q6. POPULARIZING FRENCH COIN Strange Way of Creating a Demand for a Formerly Unpopular Nickel. This little story conies from Taris, says the Indianapolis News. Some time ago a five sous piece iu nickel was coined. It was very unpopular among small trades people, who in every possible way avoided taking it. Une uay me story spread with lightning rapid ity that among all these pieces of nickel there were five to which the mint had given a particular mark that made them specially valuable. This mark was the name of Kothschild and the lucky persons who should discover these marked pieces would, on carrying them to the rich banker, receive, for the first piece 25,000 francs ($3,000) ; t he second, 10,000 francs ; the third and fourth 5,000 francs each, and the last 2,000 francs. It was given out that this lot tery was gotten up by Kothschild because he is largely interested in nickel, as he is in other metals. The new money is now in great de mand and eac...

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. — 7 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER T. 1906. REUNION EXHIBIT PREMIUMS TOWW 3 COUNTY: t'KKKOXAI. ANOOTHKK M ATTIC US THAT rOM EIiX (U K C1TI7.KXK. School Will Open The Canyon City Public School will open Monday morn ing Sept. 10th. It will be well for all pupils to bring their pro motion cards, as it will enable the teachers to make the assign ment of work more quickly. The teachers will all be ready for work, and we urge that the pupils attend the first day. W. F. Johxsto.-c, Supt. Our new cylinder press is here and The News force is em ploying every moment ot time, not positively required to make good our regular business, in getting it ready for operation. Some other material, ordered, but not yet arrived is also neces sary to be ou hand before we can print The News edition on it. The big SellsFloto shows will hold forth at Amarillo tomorrow. Saturday. This is said to be the best show that was ever on the Plains. A gorgeous free street parade will precede the sale cf tickets. Take your de...

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. — 7 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 7. 1906. SEVENTH ANNUAL REUNION. (Continued from 2nd Page) in fine and effective language. On the third and last day there was fully as much interest taken by the people as at any time during the Reunion and the crowd, about 4000, maintained its proportions un til well on toward the finish. As on preceding days, lovers of wooly western scenes spent their morning, or a goodly portion of it, at the bronc riding contest, some went to shows, others viewed the various productions of the Plains, many just sauntered around, while a good sized crowd, The News reporter among them, gathered at the speak ers pavillion to hear the flow of or atory. Hon. Clarence Ousley, editor of the Port Worth Record, and one of the best known and roost popular men in the State, was the first speaker. After paying his respects to the "Old South, " its "Lost Cause" and the virtue and heroism of its veteran sur vivors, Mr. Ousley took up the issues facing1 the South today. Among these...

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. — 7 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 7. 1906. Itown S county! fc 0 I'MiSONAI. ANDOTHKK MATTKIIS O THAT COM'KHN OI K CITIZKXS. Kcunioit Notes. H. James sold his premium mule colt during the time of the stock show to E. W. Rey nolds for 100. Mr. Reynolds wouldn't give that much for a sucking colt unless it was, as in this case, an extra good one. Uncle Tom Foster had on ex hibition his three legged rooster. The Daily Panhandle speaking of this singular chicken says: "A three legged rooster grown ! J ... comment. rome eniuusiasuc f -i o 1 it i 7.M 1 1 1 i rt a A tint the ! V. l l J J 11 v.itii-ii"' aiJ. v.u uiui l 1 iv. extra drumstick was onlv one Step toward the perfection of a 1 , . , . , , , strain which is being developed , , , ?. in uie wuuucnui ciuuaie uear Canyon City and that in a short time, poultry raisers in this favored clime will leave off rai sing antiquated single chickens and will begin turning out yel low legged roosters with four daughter and a cousin with respec- drumsticks,...

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. — 14 September 1906

Camyos- City New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1906. NO. 25 i 4' s X -1 THE ORIGIN OF MAN This was the subject taken by Rev. W. B. Wilson at the Meth odist church Sunday morning. The text was from Genesis, first chapter and 27th verse, and Mr. Wilson contended that nothing so far in all the realms of science had been formeu to successfully contradict the statements of the creation of man therein made. He explain ed that the term, "six days," mentioned in revelation could easily stand for six periods of time of uncertain lengths, per haps in all covering a million years or, even more, as the Greek expression from which the translation was made, stood as often for an-indefinite as for a fixed time. Refering to the Darwinian and other kindred evolution theor ies Mr. Wilson called attention to the tact that the basis for them all was supposition, a pro position which involved a tnir acle in the introduction of life to dead matter, which science never has ...

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. — 14 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 14. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. rntillMhfd Kvvry Friday bt uko. a. iuani7on, EXCURSIONS MAY I'ASS l F.ntrrvd t I'oktnMre xt "MVin City, n Sri-ond-Clawi Mattrr. OIHrr of Publication, Went Kvri ya Strrrt . NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the News, and the county ticket. Those given for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Yeale. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Judge A. N. Henson. For County Attorney A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For Animal anJ Hide Inspector - U. S. Goter. TOO .MUCH SPECULATION. Some of our real estate people complaining of being interfered j with in their business talk like! 1 P11 jHTrt wnt out of the enmity I thy ,na-v 6 elsewhere. j promptly tlUontlnm'! t expiration j This interference, they say, j of tini' pnitl for....

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. — 14 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 14. 1906. ITOWM 3 COUNTYi I'KCSOXA THAT COM'ICItN Ol'lt (TTIZK.VH, AXI OTHKIt MATTKIIK JJ ft ft ft A THRILLING IXCIOKXT General Lee at the lintilo of the Wilderness. The history of t lie jjivul conflict in which Southern Holdlcix fought for the Independence of the South con tains no record of creator KMci ifices nuide by patriots, or more invincible terlzed the experiences of the Texans who participated in that memorable struggle. One of the grandest and . most touching inciilents illustrating the dnuntless bravery of the Texas soldiers and their unfaltering devo tion to the cause for which they fought, was the action of Hood's Texas Itrigade In the battle of the Wilderness when their noble com mander, the Immortal Lee, under took to ko to the front of the army to lead in the charge and was re strained by them and held back while they made the charge, A iH'autlfnl poem recounting this sublime Incident was read by a jouhk lady a year or two ago at a Confed...

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. — 14 September 1906

jTOWN 3 COUNTY: I'KIIHONAI. ANTIOTHKR MATTKUS 0 THAT Ut KK. Ui II illltr.n. ...... ...... . The Ceta 'country got a good rain Tuesday of last week. j Manuscript covers printed ! der at The News office. There will be preaching at the Baptist church Sunday, n a. m. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets, Pencils, Pens. Ink etc. Hicks Waller was in town Satur day. J. E. Rogers last week sold a quarter section to a Mr. Saul of Iowa Dr. Stewart has sold his 42 acres east of town to S. M. Down ing of Ind. Ter. Campbell Bros'. Big Shows will be at Hereford Friday, 21st. There will he two exhibitions on that day. H. T. Ward who moved from here to Roscoe, Tex., is now at Prescott, Arkansas. WANTED, a girl to do gen eral house work. Apply to G. L. Abbott. Gradv Pipkin left Monday for Ft. Wo'rth where he will att-nd the Polytechnic school. H. C. Rogerson has sold to Earl Cobb a small house northeast of the post office, known as the Street place, for $550. Owing to "the interference from outside...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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