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CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 4 1908.
Canyon City Professional Cards
D. M. STEWART,
Ipbysicinn nni Surocon,
Ollico In Wallace Building over
A. II. Thompson's Drugstore.
Calln promptly answered night or day
Geo. J. PARSONS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OMicc Thompson's Drug Store.
F.M. Wilson, M.D.
I li ys i c in 11 & Surgeon
oi l in:
Call answered promptly day or
lllgllt. K'-sl'IrlH'C rliolli' .No. Pi.
W. D. SCOTT,
Room I, Smitli Building.
Notary in Office.
B. FRANK BUIE
Court I'racil.-f Solicited. Will it
lend to cases iii all court of the
Slate. Miss Iva lliiie. Stenographer.
NOTAKY IN' OITICK. l'lioni' !C.
J . O.HUNT
Docs hot li criminal and civil prac
lice. Twelve years' experience.
Land titles passed upon. Write
all kinds of contracts and instru
ments. Notary in ollieo. Office
northeast corner public square,
R. A. SOWDER,
AttoriicY-at-Law and Notary,
''omplele Abstracts of
Randall County Land,
t Mlice Over i'anvoii Supply Company
I'llolle No. : I.
DR. S. L. INGHAM
Canyon National ISnnk l.uilditig
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
A. S. ROLLINS
CIVIL I'KAl TICi: SOLICITED.
( liice in I '(Mil l Iioiihc.
N . S. GRIGGS,
Late graduate of the I Sanies Col
lege. Chicago. I i 'ds Texas ( 'er
titicale No. ."."iii.
Night Phone 518. Day Phone 250.
Harter & Chesser
Yours For Good Work.
i- The Buyers' -i
The firms whose names ars repre
sented In our advertising columns
are- worthy of the confidence of every
person in tho community who has
money to spend. The fact that they
advertise stamps them as enterpris
ing, progressive men of business, a
credit to our town, and deserving ol
support. Our advertising columns
comprise Buyers' Guide to fair
dealing, good goods, honest prices.
THE CITY SCHOOLS TO BEGIN.
Years Work in Our Educational Institu
tion is to Commence Next
Cat, cat; m-u-t, mat; hat, hat.
Such things as these, and harder,
will ho the order of the day in
this city anions the young people
after Monday morning when our
school will begin.'
The teachers will he here today
and it is expected that there will
he a joint meeting of Ihc faculty
and the trustees this afternoon
at the school house for the pur
pose of getting Letter acquainted
and making linal arrangements
and assignment of the work for
the coming year.
The school board seems to be
well satisfied with its selection of
teachers and, coming as highly
recommended as they do, we feel
sure that we shall have a success
ful school year. The board has
been more diligent than usual
and a more perfect preliminary
arrangement than ever before,
has been made.
The faculty consists of .1. L.
Redus, A. TS. Arkansas Univer
sity, superintendent; .1. M.
Craig, principal of high school i
C. K. Coss, grammar school :
Miss Kmma ISryson, grammar
school; Miss Annie Kirk, gram
mar. school; Miss Gilliam, pri
mary school : Miss ISertha Tat
tle, primary, and Miss Fmma
The morning services at the
First Church of Christ, Scient
ist, next Sunday at II o'clock-,
the subject will be "Man."
Kverybody cordially invited 1o
At the First Christian 'hurch
next Sunday the pastor, Rev.
.J. I). White, invites the attend
ance of every one, especially the
children. At the morning service
he will have for his subject,
"Where Art Thou." with text
from ( !cii, ; : The subject of
the discourse at the evening ser
vice will be, "Prayers;" text be
ing taken from F.phesians
Rev. M. K. Hawkins, the pas
tor, will occupy the pulpit at the
morning and evening services
it the Methodist church next
Sunday. The subject of the
morning service will be, "Light
A mictions, Internal Weight of
Glory." The subject for the ev
ening sermon will bo, l lie Kea-
sonableness of Sin," text being
Matthew i." : '1 I and iTi.
New silks for waists in the new
stripes and colors, seventy-live
cents to one dollar and a half per
yard. See them at once
Can von City Scimm.y Co.
C. T. PeGraftenreid has gone
to Melrose, N. M., prospecting
and visiting. His brother, Pas
tor PeGraftenreid, is the owner
of a ranch near that place.
.1. W. Smith, a merchant of
Haskell, accompanied by two
of his friends, were in the city
ruesdaythe guests of C. C. Don
We are glad to report that Wil-
bnrn Sales, the young man whose '
lorse fell with him last week, isj
iaid to have regained his con-;
sciousness and that he will be ;
ible to be nut ill 1 he course of a !
ouplo of weeks. He cannot give
any details as to how thoaccident
happened, it was done so ipiick-
New pictures eeiy night next!
week at the opera house. I
'Cat" Guessing Contest.
One of the participants at the
social given at tho residence of
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Johnson, of
Hoffman, last Friday night, kind
ly furnished us with a write-up
of the entertainment, -which we
will publish next week, as we
have been unable to get all our
local matter into typo on account
of short working force.
PLENTY OF MOISTURE.
Good Rain Comes to the Whole Pan
handle Country. Ground is
Monday night a general rain
which covered Ihe entire Plains
country began and from 11
o'clock that night and through
out the entire next day the rain
came in a steady downpour.
While the rain was not partic
ularly needed for the growing
crops in this immediate section,
still it. puts the ground in line
shape for breaking new ground
and forthe sowing of fall wheat.
Implement dealers of this city
say that there lias been a large
demand all this weelc for all
kinds of machinery used in
planting this kind of crop, which
indicates that a much larger
acreage than usual may be ex
pected. The ground is thoroughly sat
urated and prominent farmers of
the county state that if we did
not get any more rain until
( ,'hrist mas the wheat would do as
There have been many esti
mates as to the amount of the
rain, some saying as high as live
and a half inches and others as
low as three, Whichever it may
be we have plenty of moisuro for
the present. The lakes in the
county are practically full of wa
ter and the streams, while not
overflowing, are up and running
Professional Camp Meeting
The first annual meeting of
the Professional Men's Camp
Meeting will be held on the
Hoffman place, about 1:2 miles
northwest from town, ail of next
week, beginning on Monday.
A nice location has been selec
ted on the Palo Dure and ar
rangements have been completed
for ample tents for those who
will attend and it is expected
that a large number will spend
the entire week-.
It is the purpose of this eamp
meeting to hae all the profes
sional men, doctors, lawyers,
preachers, newspaper men and
olhers engaged ill professional
work in the Panhandle, to meet
once a year for a week's out ing.
There is lo be a program of in
terest to all of them and there is
plenty of fishing and hunting for
those who prefer.
The News reporter has not
been able to get a program of
this lirst meeting in order to
publish it this week but he hopes
to have a full report in our
R-v. C. S. Fields or Fort '
Worth, the Sunday school secre-j
taryofthe North Texas Confer-;
one. delivered a course of four ;
lectures at Ihe Methodist church
in this city last Saturday, in the i
interest of the Sunday school
dresses being right lo the point,
entertaining and enjoyed by i
those who heard him.
GOOD WHEAT REPORT.
Missourf Farmer in This County Makes
Fine Wheat Average.
Mr.' Lewis Saltzman, who mov
ed to this county from Missouri
about two years ago and bought
land southwest of this city, was
in town last Monday with sam
ples of wheat grown this year on
Tlx; grain dealers of this city
tested his wheat, which weighed
IY2 pounds, and for which Ik
was offered 01 cents per bushel.
Mr. Saltzman had sixty acres
of wheat, forty-five acres of
which was planted early and
made an average of a few pounds
more than twenty-eight bushel.-
per acre. riltoon acres was
planted very late and averaged
nearly lifteen bushels and a peek
Taking even bushels he has av
eraged twenty-four and three
quarter bushels per acre this
year which, at the price offered
him, would realize s.i.L'.i per
acre. Mr. Saltzman gave some
thing less than :!0.00 per acre
for the land about two years
ago, and says that he wouldn't
take less than !.").( 0 for it now.
W. P. Hishop returned Sunday
from Orady, N.
has a claim.
M., where he
.1. A. Kd wards returned Mon
day from his New Mexico farm
H. J. Stewart, a prominent
ranchman from Kden Valley, N.
M., is in the city on business.
The moving pictures at the op
dra house next weelc will be an
entirely new picture each night.
R. W. Foster is in Lamar
county this week attending to
some business connected with
his father's estate.
Extra quality, fifty-two inch,
broad cloth, all colors, one dollar
Canyon City Scimm-y Co.
John Hates, who has been at
tending a commercial college at
Fort Worth, has returned home
and will attend school here the
Miss Albitz of St. Iniis, has
arrived and will have charge of
the millinery department at the
Canyon Mercantile Company this
Mesdames J. A. Tate, t. N.
Hicks, Ceo. Reynolds, S. V.
Wirt and Oscar Hunt expect to
attend the picnic and barbecue
at Hereford to-day,
The St. James Hotel serves
good meals since the new man
agement took charge. Mrs. P.
I). Casey and her daughter, Miss
Allene, now have charge.
Spend a pleasant evening at
Ihe Moving Picture show in the
opera house, Cliangeof pictures
Dr. S. h. Ingham left Tuesday
for a visit to his former home at
Hampton, Iowa. Hefore leaving
.1,1 l A ! 1 I ... 4 I I I I ..
Hi'" wocior sain uiai ne woniii oe
gone only about two weeks but
for us to please send him the pa-
l"'1' as w-mted to keep posted
" happenings here,
Our paper is again enlarged
this week and still we have not
been able to give all of the local
news. Tin' News man is trying
his best lo get more printers.
We have put every item ill llmt
our force could get ready and we'
regret having to leave anything
Northwestern Title Go.
Complete Abstract of All
Randall County Property
R. A. TERRILL MANAGER
Wheat & Oats
Star Mill and Elevator Co.
Depot, Canyon City, Tex.
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This is the Day of
J.pt ii slmw vi m i'h" ti'" l 1 r.irt for your Imlir
the AI.I.WI ' I i, Mm,! I.,.(art. ll is ni.i.lly
taking the p!ar t l'e ''1-1 l'f'i"tnl, cumlf rsoine
b;iliy t arri;it:" rv r- l-.i-ic.
It is lutler. rli"i'r. twin- stvlisli mul morr
cmvrnirnt. Cin he lnMi',1 ;in,l carneil wilh mir
linnil nil the slm I i in anvwlu-n-.
Ciinilnrlaliln fur tlie linii-st liadv. Roomy
enmiKli lf pillow cml v. r:i i ,s. II-. rxlraneiuiilite
springs wliii ll prevent iujurioii.i j.-irritiK.
'1 lie AI.I.W f.N' is llic most slyiisli, most nltrac
UV: folilniK tart ina le. No other cart Klves you
a choice of twelve Iwaulilul annuel finishes with,
Iluilt to Inst brut m.itrrinls only are uscl.
Conic in anil let us prove to you that the ALLWIN
is the best cajt Ui yuur ,iuly, it my age.
The Quality House.
"Down to Our
We set your money.
You get our goods.
Oranulated Sugar III lbs. . .1,00
Fancy V, C, Sugar ID I-;! lbs. 1,00
Full head Rice lbs 27t
Sugar Corn 55 cans ' ,27)
1 11). Oysters, cans 27
New crop Karly .June Peas, best,
1 lb. cans, 2 cans 27
all II). sack WhiteCrest flour 1.7a
i 11). sack WhiteCrest Hour .110
Makes light biscuils and keeps
hubby sunny tempered.
"0 lb. sack' Honey Pee flour, best
light bread Hour that comes to
the Panhandle l.fit)
Kvaporated Milk, !l cans .... ,27
Our best Macaroni, :i pkgs, .J a
Cream Choose, 1 lb 20
New crop Kvaporated Apri
Full line dried evaporated fruits.
Creamery Putter, I lb ;;o
Small sack Meal 0
Large sack Meal 7."
White Swan Syrup, the best,
Our Cotftv makes sunny smiles
on every face full assortment
from -'o to -0c
Full line Can Ooods, l-'resh Cakes
Good Proems -J't
I Jest I 'rooms .:!.'
Full Line of Il crvt It i iijx usually
carried in a 11 ih! -class
Pay for what you get.
(let what you pay for.
jsH sil ss-. Southeast or-
ncr of the niiarc
White Swan Grocery Co.