Welcome to the C.O.W.B.O.Y. (Cock-eyed Old West Band of Yahoos) Society.
When cowboys still trailed cattle north out of Texas and the Strip, the railroad offered special Cowboy rates for the trip home and the Kansas Cowboy newspaper offered reading material related to Cowboy interests of the day. All over the country, we're seeing a resurgence in recreating the Cowboy life of old. What better way to keep track of today's Cowboy interests than in the pages of the Kansas Cowboy!
Perhaps like you,
I grew up on Hoppy, Gene, and Roy. Once, my frantic mother called all
the neighbors looking for her lost son. Three quarters of a mile away,
a little Cowpoke trotted up the neighbor's drive on his trusty stick horse.
Just ridin' over to chat a spell!!
Fact was, I was living
smack dab in the middle of one of the greatest Cowboys' states in the
nation! The last few years of research have reinforced my belief that
our history teachers have rarely served us well. Hopefully, the pages
of the Kansas Cowboy will bring to us all a new understanding and a fuller
awareness of the important role the Cowboy played in the building of a
For a mere $18.67 we not only have a lot of fun, C.O.W.B.O.Y.S. receive the Kansas Cowboy six times a year and enjoy special prices on clothes and gear at the Drovers Mercantile in Ellsworth, Kansas. Just as they did in 1873, punchers can buy goods knowin' that the Old Reliable House will treat 'em right.
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