Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 2 1905.
A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY.
Registered Hereford Herd
Ten Strike 80 10?)
JL-jjestic Chief 150003
Armour Dale 150843
Stock located in Pasture 1 mi If north Canyon City Depot Texas
STOCK FOR SALE
Apply to JOHN IIUTSON Cam-on Texas.
Facts Are Stubborn Things
Uniform excellent quality for OVZT a quarter of a
Century has steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE
The leader of all package coffees.
is now used in millions of homes. Such
popular success speaks for itself. It is a
positive proof that LION COFFEE has the
Confidence of the people.
The uniform quality of LION
COFFEE survives all opjfcsition.
LION COFFEE keeps Its old friends and
makes new ones every day.
LION COFFEE has even more
than Its Strength Flavor and Qual-
ity to commend It. On arrival from
the plantation. It Is carefully roast-
ed at our factories and securely
packed In 1 lb. sealed packages
and not opened again until needed
for use in the home. This precludes
the possibility ol adulteration or contact with germs dirt
dust insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity ol
LION COFFEE Is therefore guaranteed to the consumer.
Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
W00LS0N SPICE CO. Toledo Ohio.
Plenty of rain and hail mixed
with it. The hail storm last Fri-
day did considerable damatre
breaking out window lights slay-
ing gardens bedding rye killing
chickens and upsetting out build-
ings. J. M. White and wife of Ama-
rillo were the guests of B. T.
Johnson's family Saturday night
Roy Cage has returned home and
School is progressing nicely.
Prof. Mosely is preparing for an
entertainment the 4th of July.
Rev. J. T. Hurnett of Canyon
conducted a meeting several days
last week at Days school house
resulting in five conversions sin-
ners in general aroused and
A. B. . Cage went to Canyon
Mrs. J. T. Burnett visited in our
community last week.
Mrs. H. C. Hitchcock went to
Miss Lerma Hitchcock has re-
turned from Amarillo where she
has been in school.
Almond Piere had some cattle
killed by lightning Friday.
Prof. Mosely and Douglass John-
son visited W. R. McCbin Satur-
day. They report a good time and
all the fresh strawberries they
Paladuro creek was higher Satur
day than has been known for
years washing away F. Hoffman's
alfalfa he had cut and damaging
what was growing.
Mrs. ) C. Womble of Deaf
Smith visited in o;.t midst last
1 1 i ill .
Matthew Haywood a well known
character in Amarillo and the Pan-
handle experimented with Bowery
whiskey Tuesday and when the
trial was over he was dead. Ac-
cording to the commonly accepted
theory and which is accepted by
the authorities an acquaintance
offered to supply Haywood with all
the whiskey he could drink and
after disposing of seven glasses
Haywood sat down in a dazed con-
dition and died in about twenty
minutes. So far as is known he
had no living relatives and the
body was taken in charge by the
county and given suitable inter-
ment in the city cemetery. He
was about 40 years of age and had
lived in Amarillo and the Panhan-
dle for the last fifteen years.
A party was given at the home
ot J. VV. Prichard Tuesday night
in honor of the Misses West. A
delightful time was reported.
Mrs. W. A. Donaldson of Tulia
who has been visiting her daughter
Mrs. Walter Cobb expects to re-
turn home Saturday.
SIXTH ANNUAL REUNION
Camp Stonewall Jackson U.C. V.
West Texas Cowboys' Ass'n.
Fine Stock Show and
Races Base Ball etc.
II 12 13 & 14 1905.
CANYON CITY TEXAS.
.and more attractions than
"e Koll ot Honor.
Under this heading will be found
the amounts received on subscript-
ion to the News during the past
week and names of the 'parties
paying. This will serve as a re-
ceipt to those of our subscribers for-
warding money by mail.
JMPyeatt 8 50
Andy Costly 100
J S Harrison 50
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crawford
entertained the young people
Mrs. Coffee and daughter Miss
Lucile vibited in Amarillo from
Sunday to Wednesday of this week.
N. Thompson had Coffee Bros
start him two new residences this
week one of which he expects to
live in and the other he intends to
The phone company has secured
a new hand in the person of Bro.
J. E. Stephens.
Ranger R 31428.
Standard and Regis-
tered Rule 6 Vol. 15
Blood Bay 16 hands
high weight 1160 lbs.
good trotter and Al sad-
Ranger R. sired by
Rabealias 11123. Ra-
bealis by Belmont 64 dam Mattie Mont by Norwood
Star 1395 dam Daisy H. No better foundation blood
than is found in Ranger R.
Some of his colts can be seen any day to prove
what his breeding qualities are.
TERMS: $15 to insure colt due when mares
prove in foal. $10 by season due at time of service.
With return privileges. Will not be responsible for
any accident; will use necessary precaution to pre-
Will make the season of 1905 at Rowan's Livery
Stable in Canyon City.
C. P. MONEY.
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