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CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 4 1908.
OUR COUNTY PROSPERITY.
Some of the Reasons Why Our Section is Forging
the Front so Rapidly and is Becoming the
Greatest Farming District of the West.
Those of our readers who haw
been reading closely the columns
of t his paper have noticed that a
rrcat many people of Kandall
county have been recently invest
ing in our farm lands for homos,
thereby expressing in a material
wav their confidence in our lands
more than a quarter of million of
calves wore sold for slaughter sit
tho Fort Worth stock yards.
Ueautiful, white-face heifer
calves were slaughtered by the
thousands and the carcasses
shipped Hast with the hides on.
If there hail been plenty of
of range these calves would haw
been saved to grow up."
WITH THE CITY CHURCHES.
Regular Church Services.
The churches of the city invite
all persons to attend the services
at their various places of wor
ship. The times of the regular
Nebraska, besides hauling all
lumber for my buildings, etc.,
and they have never come in at
night sweaty. I commenced my
buildings on the i;!th day of
March, but did no breaking until
the tirst week of April.
I have a tine garden of beans, j meetings are given below.
i. ft-K..: .. 1 .1 .1 1 .
as a proilllcing pioposiuoii. iiieii , j'e.is, uu iimimci, onions, ami; im i mi no.
confidence is not misplaced. jail other vegetables I had been! )j,.v. ,J. M. Harder, I'astor.
So that our ieople may know , used to raising in Iowa and Ne-J Services at 11a.m. and s:"!0 p.
what the farmers from thejbraska. 1 also planted about I m. Sunday. Prayer meeting
northern and eastern states have; twenty apple trees this spring, j Wednesday evening v'id. Sun
done, we have secured letters ; every one of which lived and has ; day School '.i:l.i a. m. .1. (
from some of these settlers and made a good growth. 1 planted j Hunt, Supt., Miss Columbia
will publish them from time to. corn and beans together, both ( Kodfearn Sec. Indies' Aid So
time, inorder to give an idea of j crops doing tine and the corn be-' vvy n ,-hurch Tuesday after
what they think of the country, jing now about seven feet high. n(,on :; p. m. Mrs. K. A. Terrill
and what they are able to do! 1 have a good well of tine water 1 Pres., Mrs. .1. A. Harbison Sec.
The "OUTDOOR" Herd
1i:.i: Sii: 1 am rifty-six years
old ami of ( ierman parentage and
came to America in 1 '.. my
lirst top being at South Amana.
la., where I lived thi-ee years:
then went to work on a farm
near there: I farmed about tif
teen years in that nejghboi hood,
then moved to I)odge county.
Nebraska, in and rented a
farm in that county for s-vmmm
and cleared up s:;,,"".,MI the tirst
The next yea.1, 1 moved to Cum
in:,' county. Neli.. where I bought
a haif section of land, and lived
there Up to the time I IliOVed to
on my place. I do not think this;
country can be beat for hogs;
they can have green pasture all
the year round, with wheat and
rye in the winter time, and bar
ley, oats and sorghum in the
summer time. I have seen a
herd of hogs which are in tine
condition and which never had
any grain just green feed.
I am sure that I can raise as
BULLS IN SERVICE
Strike Twenty No. IKl.Hfl (Anxiety-Hesoid)
Winsome Prim e No. 172.12a (Kose Stock Post Obit) Imp.
Armour Dale No. ir.,w I.'! (Anxiety-Dale)
One car load two and 1hree year old bulls.
One car load yearling bulls.
Ten head two year old heifers with suitable bull.
Ten head yearling heifers with suitable bull.
One hundred head cows with calves on foot.
John Hutson, Canyon City, Texas
the Panhamll" in I-'obrua ry. H"
MKTIIOIMST ( IiriH II.
Kev. M. K. Hawkins. Pastor. !
Services at 1 1 a. m. and -:.' p.
pi. Sunday. 1 'rayor meet ing
Wednesday evening. ":'!". San-
day school o a. m. D. A. Park i
Supt.. Miss Angie Meyers Sec.,
Senior League Si!iday I p. m..
Dr. I'. M. Wilson. Leader, dun- ;
io;- League Sunday '' p. m. Mrs.
.1 hn llilidon. Leader. Home
M issjon Society Tuesday after-
i i II I I I :
noon at cnurcii. .i rs. aoiin 1 1 io
chkistian ciina ii.
Kev. .1. II. White. Pasior. Ser
ice.s Sunday morning II o'clocl;
and evening at v.';o. Sunday
For several years before com- School '. : 1 7i a. m. I'c Van
ing to the Panhandle I had been sant, Supt.. Travis Shaw,1
troubled with my lungs, which Secretary. Prayer meeting:
were in bad shape. Since iiiov- ', Wednesday evening :! . Choir i
For Real Estate Loans
and Lowest Prices on
Farms, Ranch Lands, City Property,
amount of land here than 1 could
in Nebraska r Iowa, and with a
longer time to do the work. A
man can farm about three times
as much land. I also believe that
this land will soon command
prices equal to those of JoWa
,1 -till own the lirst half section
bought. ii'"i'!." 4"o acres mon
which I bought later. I resign
il i iwtr !).) iii i in Tbo Citien
v it, i r w; .. i ing here, however, mv cough has pract i'-e Friday -:'!' p. in.
National Hank of isnej v lien i "
moved down hero, but still retain
an interest in the Hank.
On the section I own here I
have one hundred acres in kathr.
maize and Indian corn, which.
cost me sL'ini.OII to have broke.!
This and I hirer plowed last
winter before I came down my
self. Since coming here I have:
broken out l.'Jo acres of sod, j
which I have been preparing fori
wheat this fall. I did all the;
work", the I i a nil il it oi me Kainr, i
maize ;md corn, and the breaking
of the .';o acres with threi' mules
which I brought with me from
BEEF CATTLE HIGHER.
Rapid Settlement of Lands in Tex
as makes Condition Demanding
entirely disappeared, and 1 fee
much better than I have
I think there is a fine oppor
tunity for investment hep- to
Kev. .). S. droves, Pastor. Keg
ular .services at 11 o'clock Sun
day morning and ":.lo o'clock
Sundav evening. Prayer meet-
get goou jam! at wiiat J think are; : , Vednosdav cvenim' -:'.'m
wry chea) prices, considering j vior-k. Sunday School Jo a. m.
the quality of the land, its pro- j, , rilV(t) Supt., Miss Frankie
ductivencss, the healthful cli-;'(;(,ber. Sec. Junior Kndeavor
mate, goorl water supplv and Society, i ; i - Sunday anernoon,
In addition to the benefit to my
j health, I believe I have made a
very profitable investment, so I
am entirely satisfied with the
Panhandle. Yours very truly,
Steers and Stork Cattle
Sec or Write
L. G. CONNER,
Canyon City, - Texas
DAWSON BROS., PROPRIETORS
Fresh and Cured Meals,
Produce and Vegetables I
LET US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS,
John d. H. Tkkjskkn.
Mrs. Nixon. leader. Senior Kn i
deavor S ociety, 7::i" Sunday even- j
ing. Miss Messier droves, Pres. j
MUST OM'UCH OK CIIKIST,
Services Sunday a. m., II
o'clock and Sunday p. m.,
V - J. , Jm JJ.J.JJJ J A J , J J-JJ.J.
- - : o'clock. Wednesday evening tes- '
meat must pay big prices for , ti".'.nial service at - p. m. V. j
beef as a penalty for tlx- break- Kdna llenson. C. S.. lirst reader.
ing up of the prairie and the set-' Sunday school I : I TV a. m. All;
tling up of the new country. 'children under in, welcome. I
He hsis been president of the Only leach. -rs. otlicers and chil- j
Cattle llai.vrs Association three , r(.n )resent. Mrs. Ava K.
yr-ars. Thr- organi.at ir.n is com- n1.1.1-;ntr.n,l..,t !
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We make 1 j jr.- follow ing e.xtrar-t ' posed of lViOO cattlemen in Tex
is. Oklahoma and .New .Mexico.
the all. IS Nr-V
('itv slieci.'rl to
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Put p-ip.-r under date of August i --'pi,,, m,mbor of cattle in Tex
11. lortlie jurjiose of showing as is decreasing temporarily,'
With Iii'- lowest tax rate of any '
state in the Cnioii Texas 1
invites the lax-ridden people of,
the older and less prosperous!
stales to the north and east of!
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Tv.,. 'I'll. l-m i-okIIi. r-r.Mi-itrv iaijr Ill's ale in Up JIHO small: f
l.xas. lb, lanbandl , ,.mU (. j,,,. At,.r , , bound less borders and hvej
ii is loimi.-j-js ween or'-.oien 10 , 1 1 .1,,. haimv ever alter. M liu 01a .10n-
t !;e r-o!idi1 ioll-
lliev exist in Col. Pryr,r said. '"The big
Nigger Head Maitland Coal,
Globe Cattle Dip
Grain, Hay, I:tc.
Crovdus Bros. & Hume Co.
l!ie flowing of cattle, but now : fa,.
will raise more cattle ,,"r'
the faiiner is r-ojning anrf devel- in the sarno territory lhan the' '1'he 'lowest tax rate of any:
o'li-i" the laiids This r-onrlition ' ranchman raised, but they will ; slate in Die I'nion" is, indeed, a
is' one,,! t!,osehichl)avecause.:,'''''';P,;'' s: and ; fine ad vert ise.nent, ami wl.en to;
;must bring higher prices than ' Jt H " dded the fact. that. Jexas,
the increase m the value of tl" j 1 n;,(. ratl( . ; ),;, H more cheap la rid, more 11 tide- j
lands in this seciion of the state. I "On a big ranch a section of veloped minerals and timber and j
"There will be no more cheap j the land will take care of thirty more and better opportunities,
beef. Cheap range land is a ! or forty head of cattle. When for invest im-nt of capital, brain
Ihing of the past. Cheap cattle I the laml is turned in1o a farm it and brawn than any state in the;
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aim Clieap or'ei inusi VtHll Ul"i!il cae joj- aT. jeasi. lWir-r as it n sill. ill 'iim- i iihu
cheap land." Col. IkT. JVyor, ! many, besides growing some ' J"s1 one hue rf railroad in Ibis
president of thr- Cattle Kaisers oilier farm products, but il,o . state handled -"l cars of home-
Association of Jexas, says the farmer cannot afford to sell bis sei-kci's l ist year, rorlh Worth
people of America musl face the
foregoing situation. The high
price of herd' is not a temporary
thing, Jt is the result of the
cutting 1 1 j of the catlie ranges
into farms. The consumer of
steer for the old price of tin' . Kecord.
grass fed cattle, and pi ice rufisl And when you come to think
be so he can sell at a profit. of il , most o t hese lM-1 car of
"The best evidence of how the homesockers came to the Piin
cattle siip)ly in Texas is ut j handle. Thai's why we are
down is the fact that last year (coming to the front ho fast.
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