Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, August 4, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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CANYON CITY NEWS AUGUST 4 1905.
Lest You Forget X
Paid in Capital.
THE NATIONAL LIVE STOCK
GIVES A SATISFACTORY SELLING SERVICE.
Ship Us !
TO REAL ESTATE OWNERS.
We the undersigned have associated
ourselves together for the purpose of engag
ing in the real estate business and desire
that our friends and other parties having
lands for sale will list t em with us. Our
intention is to go out and bring in purchas
ers and otherwise devote our entire time to
the business. Call on us at our new office
across the street east from the Hotel Victoria
and let us tell you what we propose to do.
VV. C. Baird
J. I. Campbell
C. 13. Rider Killed.
While running cattle in what
is known as the "winter pas-
ture" of the Block Ranch C. B.
Rider was thrown from his
horse and killed Monday morn-
ing. The horse upon which be
was mounted ran against a cow
deceased going over her the
hone following and falling up-
on him. He lived about two
hours but never regained con-
sciousness. Deceased came here Irom
Weatberford some eighteen
months ago and -engaged in tbe
cattle business leasing a portion
of the Block Ranch. He and
his wife to whom be was mar-
ried a short time before coming
to this section were camped in
the pasture in which he met his
fate. They have no children.
The body was on Tuesday
shipped to the old home
Weatherford Texas for burial.
Mesdames L. P. Taffinder J. A.
Grundy and James McCormick
were among the lady visitors to
The News office this week to see
our new machinery in operation.
Witberspoon & Gough.
J. D. Gamble and Mrs. J. M.
Wright left this week for their old
home Dalton Georgia. Mr.
Wright expects to follow in a few
days. J. D. Gamble still has an
interest in the Supply Co. and in-
tends coming back next spring.
The Wrights are not expecting to
Dunlap Lester returned last week
from Waco where he has been at-
tending school accompanied by
his grandmother Mrs. Hightower
of Mineral Wells.
The Baptist revival meeting is
now under full headway and likely
to continue through next week.
Miss Beulah Williams of Lorena
is visiting Miss Sadie Montgomery.
Another big rain a regular chip
floater and bridge mover on
C. P. Hutchings returned from
the Northern markets Wednesday.
Miss Ona Long returned Sunday
from Denton where -she attended
Miss Wilida Blackburn of
Amarillo visited Mrs. L. M.
Faulkner this week.
Convened Monday morning and
grand jury sworn in with R. W.
O'Keefe as foreman.
One indictment only had been
found to yesterday and that one
was for theft of a horse the person
charged being Sam Wilson who is
in the penitentiary.
The only case on the criminal
docket that of M. C. Chamlee
was continued. 'No bill has been
found or is likely to be found
On the civil docket several of
the cases have been continued and
all of the tax suits are to be dis-
missed. The case of Smith Walker & Co.
et als vs. Joe Murphy et als the
noted telephone case was given to
a jury yesterday and the verdict
was returned for the plaintiffs and
their injunction perpetuated.
Among the outside attorneys at
tending court this week were
Messrs Truelove Reeder Crudg-
ington Madden and Gov. Brown-
ing all of Amarillo.
Frank Lester returned home last
Sunday from Dallas.
Mrs. Clark Smith accompanied
Mrs. Rider to Weatherford.
Let Common Sense Decide
Do you honestly believe that coffee sold loose (in bulk) eipoBod
" i. .1.... ..-o nn.l ltlKUCtS. IWSbiniT
through many himd (homo oi
them not ovewlwin) ''blended
how or by whom
is fit for your uso T Of course you
Is another story. The flreen
berries selected by h
Judges at the plantation are
skillfully roasted at our fac-
tories where precautions you
would not dream oi are taken
to secure perfect cleanliness
flavor.strenuth and unllonnlty.
From the time the cofee leaves
the factory no hand touches it till
Thta has made LION COFFEE the LEASES OF All PACKAGE COFFEES.
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger proof of merit than continued and increas-
ing popularity. "Quality survives all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Liou-beud on every package.)
(Save your Lion-hemls for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
W00IJ30N SPICE CO. Toledo Ohio.
V i I r i ri r -l -k -
Kjn vc o rMi nwni rrrji-c. J in vuuira
LEWIS or CLARK EXPOSITION
OR CALIFORNIA POIN1
a ire. ccpuirF ;pfak; fop
II W VL.ll 1 1 VI. VJ1 LniW I Vl
Graduates of the i
GREAT I1 AN II A MiLE school !
Arc Equipped for Any
The course includes Literature
Mathematics Languages Sciences
Music Art and Elocution. Board
in co-operative club $6 a month; in
dormitories $10 to $12 a month.
D. M. STEWART
Ipbpsicinn aito Surocon
Odice 'riiouijixf hi Prim Stnic.
Cflllriplullijlllv IIIlMWt'lVll llijillt Ml ila.V
Tlic Amarillo Academy
G. J. NUNN Principal.
Write for a Catalog.
(jet Your Trees From the
Over 100 varieties growing here;
100000 trees in stock all of which
are Plains' grown. Have had 14
years experience in Texas. Write
me fo' catalogue. Visitors welcome.
L. P. LANDRUM Proprietor
A. N. HENSON Agent for Ran-
John Howell and wife returned
Sunday from a stay of two weeks
at Lockney and other points on the
phone line South. They left again
Thursday for Dr. Howell's ranch
Walter Lair is now "delivering"
for Walter G. Cobb.
B. D. Oldham of Dallas was
with us several days this week.
CIVIL I'RACTICH SOLICITED.
Furnishing Attracts of Title
a Speciality and luiness in this
line will be appreciated.
R. A. SOWDER
PRACTICIMN ALL COURTS.
Abstracts f Canyon City ami R.tu-
CANYON. - - TEXAS.
8L0VER & MAY
At the Slover & May black-
smith shop you will rind us al-
ways ready to do your work
promptly and neatly and with
the best material we can ob'ain.
Come and get our prices.
BUGQY WORK A SPECIALTY.
Ilnrrinon & Muy Jlgr's.
' Five new subscribers last week
and sixfor this week is the record
at The News office.
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