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CANYON CITY NEWS, SEPTEMBER 4 190B.
I HINDER NEW MANAGEMENT
rirmr himiness the best in the
the most complete.
CAREFUL ATTENTION ALWAYS
will be given to every detail of the business, so that you" may become a satisfied, permanent customer. We want the dm trade
and will merit it. A child will receive as fair treatment as a "grown-up.
OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
We have a wry large assortment and heavy
t.rk of tablets and stationery of all kinds and
your want - run lvadily be suppled t prices much
below tli-' usual.
Paints and Oils
Our stock of paints and oils is too large and
w inuM lvdmv thnii. and we are therefore mak-in-
;i that will intc-vst any purchaser in this
Pure sugar syrups made in our own house,
I u iv fruits put up hy the Ivst tirnis in tin' world
and tin- best ieo cream that money can huy arc
served from our fountain. A trial will convince.
Complete line of all the new state adopted
books have arrived and we shall be able to furnish
the school child with everything from the school
pencil to the highest graded book:
Is under the supervision of . I. W. Howell who
is an expert watchmaker, thoroly jichooled in his
line. We are adding to the stock and it will be the
most complete west of Fort Worth.
How often have you been annoyed at not being
able to get the right size glass to refill your win
dow sash? Don't worry now. Come here and got
what you want.
department. ' ' I
WH SELL THE CELEBRATED ALLEGRETTO CANDIES
. j. ..... I . tlnt t.rvn nint'ii nut ;toii the nincc to moot vour friends, a n lace to leave vour bun- 1
Tn our fr ends from trie country wc ai mat inrw . , - - .
dies and a place to rest. Whether you make a purchase or not you are always welcome at our store.
West Side of Square
jj MMMzzrr""M"""'"M" r-M""rgggg?g ''"'"''"tJ" tm
rngn waier. " namcu
. .......AAAtie jiionorl irirl who desires toi
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TRWM 5 nnUNTYS'work' ' "Vc. Davjs'. ! The Palo Duro cvek trot on. The rains came and the Moods
UVVIM U UUUIM I , , , J something of a nonpar last Fri- descended and the face of the
Mrs I. Sa or. who n;iu . .. .... , , c ,;,;
- - a 1 1 I i. j. . urn' i .
'..., f .. .hi 'lay "ii
.T....ONA.. amm.t.m:.: matt.:. been visiting be. sisie,, . . w. .....dwatcrs of tla
C. Davis in this city, has return
00000000 ; cd to her home at Panhandle
in von visited relatives
1 of C rowel
,.f ! Iii.:ivv iviin ! .:it-tb w:i ved wet. Some time in
i ti... ii-,. win i' lulu's last nirht this
II'' M. i I in 1 -tti" r.
The waters came down with a
"reat head and with terrific force.
Mrs. .1. K. Hawley will accom-T!l( n,.,v ilt t. Canyon City
iwnv her sister, who las been ; ,u..st of the city Was
... .-loj-M Minia . . t n, fnI. tmie. to Hilal.ollia
ui'-r dam at the Palo wilderness of living ;reen. It
1.,,.. llnm Hnl, So fa v !is We ha ve ; s ,u , not be understood. Iiou-
. 'vTit witb Mrs I!.' Frank be,, n able to hear there was no ; ,.Ver, by those not on tlietrmund, . invniacy.
HllL ' . ... t ".. 1. ..,.!
MiI.maCox is at Amaril.:,5ui,.on West Fifth .treet. left : other dau,,. done that bis was m, ,0 ...
It'll wuiii, wni !
tion of what has been hapienin,'
section was visited by a tfrouml
soakinj rain, not a llood nor a
waterspout, but a steady down
Dour, and this morning theentire
washed out. as well as a portion j Panhandle country is one vast
. . . , n .... .... I
Mr M Heidof Crowell is,fnril sliort visit witli liome Joiks. ; ()f t. ,,,,,.,. ,1am at the I 'alo wildern
itii; ih'1 lainily of T. I'
tainly conservative, the yield in
the Panhandle would be ,(( H
000 bushels, and would bring on
the market SKooo. Figure up
the earnings of all the other in
dustries and sec how the figures
There is no doubt that the
Panhandle is the greatest coun
try on the map ;nd her citizens
feel justly proud of the rapid
strides she is making toward
industrial and agricultural su-
. . ..1 1 (... , 1 t- 1 1...
),, this week for a visit will, reia- ( Wednesday Jori lanm-ion, ,
ai;d Iri'-nds. ' he has accej.ted a position with
. '.-itl, the ; Clarendon College.
Le,n S(,ogg:ns is no a Aim m
"oc-ry department of the Can- ). T. Johnson, who re.-ently
y.ri City Supply Co. ol,l his farm 111 tin- 1,,ni";,n r,,niIlllini(.;liions from its readers
Hvthewav what would you ' community, has bought, a home n)i(st t.lt sll.iu.uMl.
" "' f o.; in this city and will move here! . . , ..i.reed. not for
1! yo'.i were Ul'ijio, i mi.-.. . . . ,
,,,1,,, Think about it. atonceinonler t-.send his clnl l))ubl.(.;ili(ini but lh;i1 u,. m;iy ,
dren to our public school. 1 know the source from which the ;
Ch-.iile Comstocl:. who lias 1
.. . ... i.:.,.., ti,,,,.. Ceore Masey. formerly inrtwlo comes. .
r'tun.ed to Cm von City some with Shatt uck Ceorge Iron Co.. ;
:.f vvi.i.i,.. u':,. b;,s accented a Cattle Shipped.
I 1 fl J' IIIOj o - t j
position in the hardware depart-,
n.cntof the Canvon Mercantile1, lwis and Molcsworth, who
Co and has enten-,1 upon t he a re lessees of t he Pdockpasture
discharge of his dut ies.
Mr :iml Mrs. II. d. Oldham
(ir.nidma Ashford and family
li ft l.ere Monday for M'-Clean.
Teas. where they will make
1 !,eir home in future,
i;ii;i .-is ('V, V.llO lias Oeei) .
, , ; . ..i...... entertained a number d tben
isiting his mother at this pl.u e,
1: 1 vouiil' friends last rviiuioav
I.-tt Sunday morning J01 ins - ,.
' i.mni' 01 honor of M lss Annie .1
home in Hamilton. Jexas.
I'.ois Waller, from (.one, J exas. . ( j, !),.,,,,
w ho has be. n in ( 'anyon
a month or more, lett last eii- j
ju sd.i v inoiuiing on the '.l o'clo-k
t r.iin for Heretoro.
New Fall Woolens in Voiles,
r.mamas. Fancy Suitings, etc.
twenty live cents to two dollars
ening in honor of Mi
nold of (ireenville, the neice of
A very plcasam
reported by those who
per yard. L;i'ct out.
Canvon ('nv Si'im-lv Co.
The friends of U. J. Smith will
regret to learn that he returned
from his trip north on account of
t ein -i t;. He look cold while
away and has been confined 1"
his. room since his return.
The hunters from this ciiy re
port that there are lots of plover
on the prairieand pN-nty of ducks
along the creeks and on the
ponds. This jvjH.rtcr went out
the other afternoon with our
county clerk, J. A. Tale, but
while we saw lots of plover We
had no success. If the ducks
and plover live until we two kill
them with shot guns. Ihe hind
ers will have a great time in the
at regular intervals through the
The editor of this paper is anx- i,.ntjr,. summer and assuring this
j.,us to receive, from time to time, ; tj,,n ,,f the greatest reign of
prosperity and the most magnifi
cent yield of all fall crops in her
While the wheat crop this
spring has not been as good as
has been seen, still the yield in
other crops will more than make
ui) the deticiency, and Panhan
dlers are today enjoying a well
grounded premonition of good
times ahead. In fact Hie actual
returns in dollars and cents to
Panhandle farmers this fall, it is
thought will oxeeed even the
magnilicent bonus crop harvest
ed a few years ago.
It. has been remarked by the
casual observer that while the
on the canyon east ol tins cit,
.shipped twenty-two ears of cat
tle to the Kansas City and St.
.Joseph markets this week.
The editor of a new magazine
to be published at Ainarillo this
month, wishing to have cuts of
the Palo Duro club and siir
roiindings made for the inaga
zinc, sent a representative to
('anyon to secure the services of
our photographer to get out to
the grounds and make the photos
Hryan's Commoner and The
News, both one year $!..
Miss Mattie Thompson slates
that she will give piano lessons at
. f r
,1,. home of her loot I.e.- a . ... ..,.... wil be exception
no 1 !mfl'.iv : ' 1 .
iiiompson. oeiiiiioc-, ..I.-........ t
SepiemberT. Miss Thompson
las several years experience as
teacher and has had advantage of
the best and latest methods,
having studied Hie last two years
under Dr. Conrad of Cermany,
now director of iniisic at tin
Texas Haptist I'niversily.
The new peanut roasler and
popcorn 1 ipper at Cowart A:
Phillips' confectionery supplies
the finest that is. Try some.
! LOCAL GRAIN MARKET 2
The quotations here given are
from the ('anyon City grain deal
ers and show the market the day
lie fore the issue of this paper.
The prices are for grain in sack
unless otherwise stated.
Wheat. No. '2, bushel isoo ;!
Oats, best, bushel
Maize and Kaffir in heads,
old crop, ton 1 00
S 111 llll".
, .i 'i'i 'in I Millet haw nor ton '.Mill
mensiiy oi uie .iie.i. , M. .. .... ... .. , ,
o ...i.w.tMimr - .Johnson Lrrass hav. ton... JO 00
t he l 'aniianuie ii oii-i .................
.... ti ir . .
ally good Ihere seems to be such
few acres in act mil cultivation.
Such is not the case. One must
take into consideration the new-
.1 4l... int.
ness ol missecnoii oio w
like TiO.im mi square miles of tilla
ble soil. It is safe to say that
one tenth of this in actual culti
vation, which would be ::,' M),(M Ml
....... Tn. -bvr coi n for a staple
and putting Ms yield at thirty i Fryers, per dozen
bushels per acre, which is cer-'Kggs. per dozen
Alfalfa, per ton 1 00
Alaize, threshed, liushel . .
Kaflir corn, threshed. In...
Chick i-us and KggH