Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 4 1905. NO. 21
A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY.
Registered Hereford Herd
HULLS IN SERVICE:
Ten Strike 80109 .Majestic Chief 15G0G3
Armour Dale lo(J84.'J
Stock located in Pasture 1 mile north Canyon City Depot Texas
STOCK FOR SALE
Apply to JOHN HUTSON Canyon Texas.
L. G. CONNER
FARMS. RANCH. LAND CITY PROPERTY
STEERS & STOCK CATTLE.
0 I.ouna on Keul K.tute -Abstracter and Notary in Office. H
Also Agent at Canyon City under HOOVEK
& HEARB general immigration agents for
the Southern Kansas Railway Co. of Texas
(A part of the Santa Fe System. ) who have
local agents in all states North and East.
Lands listed with us will be
advertised in ioo periodicals
and listed with ioo or more
local and traveling agents.
Crops are fine. Plenty of
rain and mud in abundance.
Miss Mary Hitchcock who
has been teaching music at
Groom is at home on a visit.
Several from our midst went
pluming last week on the Can-
adian. L. A. Pierce is hauling his
wheat to market.
Prof. J. W. Mosely who was
called to his home at Murphy
last week returned Saturday.
As it has been some time since
we had any locals from our side
we will say something about
how we spent the 4lh. Had a
picnicon thecreeka largecrowd
being present. Plenty of good
dinner. After spending the day
socially some disbanded while
others remained for supper then
came to the school house where
Prof. Mosely had prepared a
niceschuol entertainment which
was a success in every 'way.
The most complete line of
tablets in town at The Thomp-
son Drug Store.
Misses Annie Buie and Avis
Baird will go to Hereford this
week to visit friends a few days.
Attorney Journey ot Silverton
was in town Tuesday and Wednes-
day looking after the Dr. Craw-
ford injunction proceedings.
Still another good rain Monday
night all we need now for the
Charlie DeLong was in town
after supplies Tuesday. His think-
ing box is still muddled over crops
in Briscoe as compared to those in
Randall county as he still insists
that everything his way is much
M. C. Chamlee and family were
here this week attending court.
A Birthday Party.
Thursday evening July 27
Miss Mabel Rowan entertained
quite a number of her little friends
in honor of her birthday and was
the recipient of many little tokens
of remembrance. A fine time was
had playing the many games
that little girls enjoy so much. We
were then invited into the dining
room where dainty ices and cake
were served to twenty-seven hun-
gry and appreciative little girls;
about that time our good looking
photographer came up and made
us be right still while he took our
pictures. We all then left for
home wishing little Mabel many
happy returns of the day. Those
present were: Misses Cleo Girlie
and Flo Yarborough of Amarillo
Beulah and Lois Ballard Mary Lou
Bassil Winnie Brown Frances
Buie Opal Coleman Ira Bina and
EInora Cochran Marvin Faulkner
Tommie Foster Enod Grundy
Lucile and Lois Jordan Mabel
Gatewood Madline Hooks Neva
Hicks Annie Johnson Helen
Latham Alma Montgomery Hazel
Park Mabel Rowan Neva Rey-
nolds Ola Taffinder.
Rev. Waddell who has been en-
gaged in a meeting for ten days at
Dumas passed through Canyon en
route home Tuesday. He reports
a good meeting with ten conver-
sions. Miss Ethel Bostick of Ft. Worth
arrived in Canyon Tuesday and
is the guest of Mrs. C. T. Word.
Miss Bostick formerly on the Ft.
Worth Record staff is now doing
magazine work and has just return-
ed from a tour through Colorado
with the T. W. P. A.
G. R. King of the North.
Gabriel country in old William-
son county vas in town Tues-
day. He wants good land and
some cheaper than where he
Subscribe for the News.
Canyon City Supply Co.
The fall season is rapidly approaching and as
we will need more room we have decided to clean
up the balance of our spring and summer stock
and if QUALITY and PRICE will do it we believe
we will succeed.
Good Percales worth V2v at 10c
Puritan Cloth " 7 at G l-4c
All summer Lawns at greatly re-
Elegant line of Toile D11 Nonle
Ginghams (fall styles) just received.
Ladies' Vests worth 50e at 40c
Ladies' Vests " 35c at 25c
Men's Pure worsted rttJj Aft
Trousers worth $5.00 at MhUU
Men's Pure Worsted An "fj"
Trousers worth $4.50 at U)0il U
All wool CasslmereTrous- dQ A A
ers worth $3.50 ut tyOiUU
Men's Worsted Trousers djrt flfl
worth $2.25 at tpZiUU
Men's Work Trousers Qr
worth $1.00 at OuC
25 Percent off
On all Low Shoes
We have many more good things to offer that we
haven't the space to mention. An examination
will convince you.
CANYON CITY SUPPLY CO.
MAKERS N neoule
WITH THE CHARACTER
or TM c
For Sale by
Walter G. Cobb
Canyon City Texas.
J. R Dean has greatly improved
the appearence of his neat little
home by re-arranging his lots and
out buildings putting up nice pal-
ing fence around yard and re paint-
T : Pfl 1" 1 1 7". .. .
The young ladies from here who
have been attending the Clarendon
Summer Normal returned Sunday.
Mrs. Huvelle Grand Matron of
the O. E. S. ot Texas will visit
the Canyon Chapter on Thursday
Next Tuesday the "Eastern Star"
will meet at 4 o'clock for an elec-
tion of officers.
Marvin Montgomery and wife of
Georgetown Texas are visiting
relatives in town.
Jess Christian who is attending
court this week brought in a lot of
nice plums from his home orchard
and the last one of them was taken
from his wagon at a dollar per
bushel before he reached the pub-
Miss McQuirter of Ft. Worth
came in Wednesday on a visit to
her sister Mrs. A S. Rollins.
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