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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 28 December 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 28. 1906. rdware Co ? in !' - Ml" 1 If ' r Pit,3? 5 Ji 1 Mwm t l a jvct : ..v.. :;i--vi'v ....tI nn IBM? !.' US) JNIJTAJRr III T""tt irrg TiTiT JL3 14T15 J6lij;8 if) so ai sir sti 3 ill Whimsical Voices by J. J. T. CLUBS ARE TRUMPS. The iircliistoric kull, 'tiM nid, Wiit; very tliirk inid full if irrnlts. Ami provcil ;i must inviting licml WIUTI'OII to U'Kt lilt' l'i cr (if Clubs. Tlii-.v km.v, (ur iir'hittifh- sin s Alxidt' In i-avcs and (lined on climbs, And warmed tliein by voli'iinic fires. And inlrodueed the use of (".ubs. Tliey say, when 111:111 iiU efiiid.il shed And stood above his fellow cults, The ideas that enlarged liis head Were forced there by the use of 'lulls. They say, as time ket licliii- by, The women learned the use of tubs, And, simply by the jioo-.u'oo eye. Controlled the Bos who held the Clubs. A firs before the Hood, they say. Old SNOBS was neverfond of SXI'BS; So just to puss the time away. They cracked each other's heads with Club...

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. — 28 December 1906

tANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 28. SO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. M. STEWART, pbvstcian ant Surocon, Office Thompson Drug Store. Call promptly answered night or day Geo. J. PARSONS, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOh omeTMOMPSOW DRUG STORE. DR. S. L. INGHAM -DENTIST- Canyon National Bank Building ALL WORK WARRANTED. Rollins &Cranford LAWYERS. CIVIL PRACTICE SOLICITED. Furnishing- Abstracts of Title a Speciality and business in this line will be appreciated. JASPER N. HAHEY - "..LAWYER - - rnve naa years of experience in i exas courts ana will practice in all the higher courts of the Pan hem die. Land titles examined. Ortke West Side cf Square. COMMERCIAL CLUB PROCEEDINGS R. A. SOWDER, LAWYER. PRACTICE IX ALL COURTS. Abstracts of Canyon City mid Ran dall County. CANYON. - - TEXAS. B. FRAXK BUIE LAWYER CANYON CITY, TEXAS. Will practice in nil the State Courts. Examine Title to Texan Land for ail Purchasers who desire such work Non-resident land owners represent ed in general. Contracts of all kin...

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. — 4 January 1907

Canyon City New f. VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1907. NO. 41 ALL CLOTHING AT COST ! We have a good line of Clothing and Plenty of it and Everything Goes at COST PRICE. This includes Overcoats, Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing, Overalls and Jumpers We have Men's Suits from $5 to $18 and Boys' Suits from $1.25 up. Ladies Coats, of which we have some very nice ones, are also included in this sale. We mean just exactly what we say, ALL CLOTHING AT COST. Nearly all of this clothing was bought considerably under the present wholesale pri ces and greater bargains than we are offering cannot be obtained anywhere. SALE IS NOW ON, SIZES ARE UNBROKEN And we invite you to come in and see the Big Bargains we now have to offer. GALL TO-DAY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EYDLER MERCANTILE C2. CANYON CITY, TEXAS. s ' " " mMsmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t The Marathon Mystery By BURTON E. STEVENSON Author of "The Holladay Caie" Copyright. 190. by imUH ... JK,j5 rHTK,tH. Civ (1...

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. — 4 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 28. 1907. CANYON CITY NEWS Pntriislipil Every Friday. Ily GEO. A. liKAXDOX, I'.iitrr!! nt PaxtnlHrt at Oauyon City n SiTonlt'lsH Mutter. O III re of Publication Wt Kvi-lju Strert. Taper sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration if time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six monlhs r0 Gin Receipts Increase. A Brand reporter called at the trin plant this week to make an investigation of this year's cotton ; receipts at this place. We found the plant in full operation, turn ing out the fleecy staple at the; rale of a bale an hour. The vol-: nine of the cotton crop will excel anything which has hitherto been 'predicted. Mr. Tucker, one of the proprietors, tells us that at present there are ITiO bales in sight for this place this season, which will be no bad showing when everything which would naturally work against the crop i- considered. We learn by talk ing with those who are growing ihe staple that the average this year will Vie right ab...

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. — 4 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 4. 1907. -..... ; fmwN 5 county! PICIIHOXAI, AMI OTIIKK MATTKIM S 'i mat ikixi'hiix oi'it nrizuxH. Fine Candies - Pest in town at Wilson's. Invoicing lias been on with most of our merchants t his week. Louis Hart has sold his "Mod el Restaurant" to a Mr. Miller. Will Reed returned Tuesday from Missouri. Miss Blanche Lester is visiting friends at Plainview. T. J. Roach returned from his Kansas holiday trip Wednesday. Mrs. J. II. (Jarrison left Wed nesday for a few days' visit at Plainview. All kinds of Racket Goods School supplies and Confection ery at Wilson's. Try us. A. H. Axtell and wife returned Monday from their holiday visit to relatives at Waco. J. A. Wallace and family came back this week from their visit to the old home in Erath county. J. 1). Gamble is at Mineral Wells seeking relief for his rheu matism. Rev. J. D. Ballard left Tuesday for Oklahoma to see his mother who was reported very side. T. W. Barrett is expecting to move to his Cordell, Okl...

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. — 4 January 1907

Canyon city news. January a. ioot. CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And now is the time to clean up all of the odds and ends of the fall stock. Our custom in the future will be as it has been in the past, not to cut the price on one article and make it up on another. When a merchant makes a special price on one thing, no matter what that price may be or how it may relate to the original cost of the article, he binds himself to take all of the losses connected with its selling and he who attempts to "make up" the loss through some other deal de serves the fate which generally overtakes him failing bust ncss. We are making Special Prices For the next two weeks on Men's and Boys' Clothing, also Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. Below are a few of them . One lot Boys' Clo.hing , 25 per cent off One lot Children's Clothing 25 per cent off Men's Suits, worth $22 50, at $18 00 Men's Suits, worth $20 00, at 16 00 Men's Suits, worth f 16 50, at IJ 50 Men's uits, worth 112.50 at 9 75 Men's Suits, worth $8. ...

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. — 11 January 1907

I 7) Canyon City News VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 11, 1907. NO. 42 The i inn FEW Marathon Mystery l Story, of Manhattan By BURTON E. STEVENSON Author of "The Holladay Case" l In! 7 r Copyright. 19 0 4, by Htnry Hetl and Company HYNOI'SM I'KIXKIHXO dIAI'TKIM. Godfrey, a newspaper reporter, in talking with IiIh friend SiinmondH, a detective, when the janitor of the Marathon, an apartment house, eoineH in with the utor.v- that a mur der has been committed. At the Marathon, Miss Croydon, an ne quuiiitnlnee of Godfrey, In found with a pistol in her hand in a room with a dead man. She denies being re KponHihle for IiIh death and elalniH that nhe came to his room to secure family papers which lie claimed to possess. She alleges that the murder was committed liy a stranger w ho came Into the room, lint states that she lired a shot at the assailant of the deceased. The bullet from her pistol was found imbedded in the wall. Later, Jimmy, a well Known crook, is arre...

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. — 11 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY . 907. WHAT TEXAS IS A man once asked a native What Texas soil would prow; Said he, "I'll never tell you, for really I don't know. The soil's so rich in this great state. Remember what I say. That if I told you everything:, I'd not get through today. Just take the products of the earth From every land and clime. And Texas soil will equal The best grown, every time. "Why, Sir," said he, "if walls were built Around us ten miles high. We'd have the best of everything- And wouldn't half-way try. We have our mines, our countless herds. And industries galore; And hands that work, and hearts that beat. For Texas evermore. J 1 III Land Opportunity. For immediate sale over SO.WO acres in the N ranch plains pastures. No finer agricultural land in the panhandle. Altitude ;:-J(Hi feet. Kainfall abundant. adapted to corn, wheat, oats, al falfa, vegetables, cotton. Cotton yield one-half to three-fourths of bale to acre. No weevil here. Hogs thrive and are free from disea...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 11 January 1907

CANYON" CITY NEWS. JANUARY 11. 1907. 111: llSlflll jllflf "i lilvJWf AFTER THE BAkfUISi & ri f : -il As:2z. US) JANUARY ODjl -0 17 8 0 1QU.. 18. 2 7T8"gtelgrg O g ll 1 A fTOWN 5 COUNTY Card of Thanks. I'ICIIKDNAI. AMI OTIIKK MATTKHH q that coxcku.v on: citizens. Good time to plant t rees. Prospectors were not so nu merous on the Inst excursion. Huilding in town is still mov ing on. Fine Candies - Best in town at Wilson's. Miss Annie Buie left last Sun day for Fort Worth. She enters Polytechnic college All kinds of Racket Goods School supplies and Confection ery at Wilson's. Try us. T. W. Barrett sold his resi dence to Ed and Hob Pipkin at l:."0. Wilbcrt Peterson, the jeweler, has decided to locate at Plainview. He left us last week. V' C Pipkin, .1. R. Uarter, M. j Lusby and one or two others are on a trip about Boaz, N. M. The Canyon Sash it Door Co., an adjunct of the Canyon Lumber Co., is building a store house above the depot. Mr- and Mrs- G. A- (Josser of Aniarillo, spent l...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 11 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 111.1907. J i r CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And now is the time to clean up all of the odds and ends of the fall stock. Our custom in the futu'e will be as it has been in the past, not to cut the price on one article and make it up on another. When a merchant makes a special price on one thinir, no matter what that price may be or how it may relate to the original cost of the article, he binds himself to take all of the losses connected with its selling and he who attempts to "make up" the loss through some other deal de serves the fate which generally overtakes him f(ii!iri bust rcss. We are making Special Prices For the next two weeks on Men's and Boys' Clothing, also Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. Below are a few of them One lot Boys' Cloihing 25 per cent off One lot Children's Clothing 2i per cent off Men's Suits, worth $22 50, at $iS 00 Men's Suits, worth joo 60, at 1600 Men's Suits, worth -i6 50, at..; J? 50 Men's .suit, worth $12.50 at 0 75 Men's Suits, wor...

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. — 18 January 1907

Canyon Citv New VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1907. NO. 43 I- " $ L : i Marathon Jlysterj I" ftf D! PIT By BURTON E. STEVENSON Author ! "The Holladay Cite" Copyright. 190. hy MYXOI'HIH I'UKCKDI.NII CIIAI'TKHH. Godfrey, a newspaper reporter, It talking with hit friend SlmmontlH, a detective, when the janitor of the Marathon, an apartment house, conies In with the Htory that a mur der linn hcen committed. At the Marathon, MIhh Croydon, an nc iuaintaince of Godfrey, Ih found with a pistol in her hand in a room with a dead man. She deulen btlng re MpoiiHiltle for lit h death and clalniH that lie came to his room to Hceure family paiiers whieh he elaimed to poHKeHH. She alleeH that the murder wan committed hy a Granger who came into the room, hut states that she fired a shot at the assailant of the deceased. The bullet from her pistol was found Imbedded in the wall. Later, Jimmy, a well Known crook, is arrested for the murder, but he in sists on Ids Innocenc...

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. — 18 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 18. 19Q7. CAN VOX CITY NEWS Published Every Friday. My (iEO. A. ItKANDON, Knlrrril nt Poxlnfllrf nt Cnnyon City n iMiinl t'l Matter. Otttci of Pnlil icntinn Wmt Kvelyn Stivrt I'apcru wnt out of the county iromtitly discontinued nt expiration c if time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. "f Year. $1.00 Six monlhs 50 A SPECIAL EDITION. Tin- News has in contemplation a special edition for the early part of March. Should it mate rialize and present plans be car ried out it will contain the agri cultural and climatic experiences of reliable early Plains settlers. It will relate where they came from, how long they have been here and what they know of the country: its health, its rainfall, its stock, its water and its crop capacity. It will also show as many of their pictures as possi- Now, The News does not de sire to be understood as 'saying anything against Oklahoma. It's a good country and especially so where some of our citizens re cently bought. They are delight- Dirt 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. — 18 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 18. 907. TOWN 3 COUNTY; ft A 4 I'Kl.wovu. A II 'I'll If MATTKliS i a a l MAT (O.WIUtX OI'll CITI.liXK. a S Off Fine Candies- Host in town nt Wilson's. Spiltz Seed For Sale. -Ji. A. Campbell. All kinds of liackot Goods School supplies and Confection ery at Wilson's.' Try us. Furnished room for rent one. block northeast of Victoria hotel. J. C. WllITSON. Elder Stockard left this week for Allen, Texas, where his wife is visit ing her parents. II. K. Wesley, II. James and C. P. Bryan of Ceta, wore in town yesterday after lumber, coal, etc. If you have something of value for sale at a fair price try an ad in The News. .1. W. Dixon, who has been teaching at Fanchon for some time, is now with the Thompson drugstore. J. N. Donahoo was up from 1'lainview yesterday and seeing our reporter said: We sure have got the railroad! J. F. Hood moved into the. house vacated by J. P. Crawford Monday. Mrs. U. S. Gober returned Tuesday from a visit to her mother at Tulia. K. (J....

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. — 18 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 18. I907. - 1 " ' ' I I I i i . i .i ...a i i. ii m mil kk mi Mux' i- J -J J I -J CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And now is the time to clean up all of the odds and ends of the fall stock. Our custom in the, futu'e will be as it has been in the past, not to cut the price on one article and make it up on another. When a merchant makes a special price on one thingf, no matter what that price may be or how it may relate to the original cost of the article, he binds himself to take all of the losses connected with its selling and he who attempts to "make up' the loss through some other deal de serves the fate which generally overtakes him failing busi ness. We are making' Special Prices For the next two weeks on Men's and Boys' Clothing, also Ladles' and Children's Cloaks. Below are a few of them One lot Boys' Clothing 25 per cent off One lot Children's Clothing 25 per cent off Men's Suits, worth $22 50, at $18 00 Men's Suits, worth $20 00, at 16 00 Men's Suits, worth fi...

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. — 25 January 1907

Canyon City News. VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1907. NO. 44 The Marathon r J cy-.Yv By BURTON Author of "The Copyright. 190. by Htnry Holt and Company SYNOPSIS PKKCKDIMl CII A PTKIW. Godfrey, a newspaper reporter, is talking' with Ills friend Simmouds, a detective, when the janitor of the! Marathon, an apartment bonne, comes in with the story that a mur der has been committed. At the Marathon, Miss Croydon, an nr (luaintalnee of Godfrey, is found witli a pistol in her hand in a room with a dead man. She denies liting re sponsible for his deatli and claims that she came to his room to secure family papers which he claimed to possess. She alleges that the murder was committed by a stranger ho came Into the room, but states that she tired a shot at the assailant of the deceased. The bullet from her pistol was found imbedded in the wall. Later, Jimmy, n well Known crook, Is arrested for the murder, but he in sists on his innocence until told that Miss Croy...

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. — 25 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 25. WOT. CANYON CITY NEWS Pnl.lWied Every Friday. Jly OKO. A. UKANDON, Kntrrrd t Pntnffirr lit Citnynn City an Scrimd-ClaMi Matter. Office of Publication B'trt Evrl.rn Street 1'apern m-nt out of the county promptly discontinued itt expiration f time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Ydir SI. 00 Six months W six years hence, a complete vin dication of his conduct, political and otherwise and a return by the votes of all the people to the National Senate. While The News was against Senator Bailey in the campaign ; just finished on Tuesday it sin cerely wishes for his own gwd and for the good of the Texas Democracy that he be complete ly vindicated and the sooner the better. Taxation Town Country. Ever since the ancient rule ihat all white animals and in ad d it i.n a tenth of the product of iho ii. r An International Incident Ids were "by right" the property of the King, taxation j has boon a vexed problem for the li-owming powers. Not with-! .-.landing the fact that 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. — 25 January 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 25. 907. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J J 4 4 4 1 CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And now is the time to clean up all of the odds and ends of the fall stock. Our custom in the futu'e will be as it has been in the past, not to cut the price on one prticle and make it up on another. When a merchant makes a special price on one thinr, no matter what that price may be or how it may relate to the original cost of the article, lie binds himself to take all of the losses connected with its selling and he who attempts to "make up" the loss through some other deal de serves the fate which generally overtakes him failing busi ness. We are making Special Prices For the next two weeks on Men's and Boys' Clothing, also Ladles' and Children's Cloaks. Below are a few of them One lot Boys' Cloihing 25 per cent off One lot Children's Clothing 25 per cent off Men's Suits, worth $22 50, at $18.00 Men's Suits, worth $20 00, at 16.00 Men's Suits, worth $16. 50, at 13 50 Men's Suits, worth $12.50 at .....

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. — 25 January 1907

V. CANYON CITY NEWS. JANUARY 25. 1907. "CUT IT OUT 99 says (he doctor to many cf his lady patients, because he doesn't know cf any medicinal treatment that will positively cure vomb or ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife. That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased vcmen. In thousands of cases, by WINE OF Woman's Relief It has saved the lives cf thousands cf veak, sick women, and has rescued thousands cf ethers from a melancholy lifetime cf & chratiie invalidism. It will cure you. if you will only give it a chance. CAPiDUl i '3 Sold at every drug store in $ 1 .00 bottles. Try it WRITE US A LETTER frecij and frankly, in strictest conu Jence, Idling us all your troubles. We will senJ Free AJ i;e i.in plain, se.ileJ cnveK-re). AJJross: Ladies' AJ- i.sury Dept., The Chattanooga .Mcii.ine Co., Cliattanovga, Tenn. GAVE UP SUPPORTER "I wore a supporter for years, fur my womt. which haJ crowded every thing down before it, w...

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. — 1 February 1907

Citv VOL X. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1907. NO. 45 The Marathon Mystery Canyon News ALL the T ml By BURTON E. STEVENSON Author of "The Holladtjr Case" Copyright, 190. by Htnry Halt and Company HYNOl'HM 1MIKCKDIXM CIIAPTEltH. Godfrey, a newspnper reporter, is talking with hit) friend SlniinondH, a detective, when the janitor of th6 Marathon, tin npartment IiouHe, comes in witli the story that a mur der Iiiih lieen committed. At the Marnthoii, MIhh Croyd:n, an ue qunintninee of Godfrey, Mound with a pistol In her hand In a room with a dead innii. She denieH being re sponsible for IiIh deatli and claims tliat tilie came to hiH room to Hecure family papers which lie claimed to possess. She alleges thattlie murder was committed by a stranger w ho came into the room, but states that she tired a shot at the assailant of the deceased. The bullet from her pistol was found Imbedded iu the wall. Later, Jimmy, a well Known crook, is arrested for the murder, hut he in ...

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. — 1 February 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. FEBRUARY 1. 1907. CANYON CITY NKWS l'ulilieil KvtT.v Frlila.v. Hy (JKO. A. HKANlKjix, t.iilrnvl nl I'o.tofllie nt (nnyun City n Si .iiri.M In. Hntlrr. Other lit I'tililu'nt ion Went Kvrlyn Street l'iM-rH wnt out of the eonnt.v lr uupt ly discontinued nt expiration of time pahl for. Sf nsCKlPTlON. f-nr Year $1.00 Six months 10 HOW ABOUT SANTA FE SHOPS? I'ndor this licadiiiK the Daily Panhandle of Saturday says: Is i1 not possible tliat the citi zens of Amarillo arc overlooking tin- importance of the location oi the Santa Fe shops at this pointy These .shops would mean a gnat deal to this city. Thov it does to Fort Worth on account Icos Valley shops are now located of the greater altitude." there and in the event the bills Inlholight of the preceding I i,s ii-'Kluced by Messrs. Voale 4 , i 4 m i i 41 land Isowman allowing the track testimony, as detailed by the , , u. , , r . . ' , .. i to ashburn to be abandoned he Daily Panhandle, the position of j defeated, then A...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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