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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 19 September 1901

Vol. 6. GRAIN CANYON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Kansas City Stock Market Kansas City Stock Yards, Kept. 14, At a meeting; of the live stock com mission men Thursday afternoon It was decided that the visitors to the American Royal show "and sale, which Is to be held in the new fine stork hum at the Kansas City Stock Yards, October 21-20, will he enter tained by the members of the live stock exchange. The commission men were enthusiastic and all agreed that the provisions for entertaining the visitors should be on an elabor ate scale. A com ni It tee on arrange ments was appointed, consisting of 0. M. (Charley I Wnlden, president of the livestock exchange; Kugene Rust; traflie manager of the Kansas City Stock Yards Company and II. S. Rolce, who are to have charge of the whole, matter as to the character of the entertainment. It would be dif ficult to select three more e...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 19 September 1901

1 'that the grand jnry dada found 27 indict their last term, nine onies ana eijruteen misae- meanors. The grand jury found 12 in dictments at Silverton. Two felonies and tea misdemeanors. All this does not show an in crease in crime but an awaken ing among the people to the fact that unless smaller offenses are punished, greater ones will be committed. The time is here when grand juries can no longer afford to overlook poker play ing, crap shooting, etc. among the boys, as they did a few years ago. The fact has been brought home to thinking men that if petty offenses are virtu ally winked at by law abiding citizens, a contempt for all law is engendered in the minds of many of the youthful members of society that leads ithem to commit lirst small offenses then graver ones until some good christian father and mother will be called on to defend a loved, but untrained son for worse than poker playing. Fresh creamery butter reciev ed each week at Smith, Wa lker & Co. Mr. Oscar, Ilunt...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 19 September 1901

iONG LEAf YELLOW Mi PINE LUMBER WE best to be had fob strength. Mouldiugg, Doorn, Windows, Lime, Cement, II..! A -b . r a i amis, vjh, iuiiuinir I'aper. lite, courteous treatment and good material. for all." Canyon Lumber Co. THE MARCH OF COMPANY A . 'Forward, march!" was the captain's word, And tbe tramp of a hundred men was heard, As they formed into line in the morning gray, Shoulder to shoulder went Company A. Out of the shadow into the sun, A hundred men that moved as one; Out of the dawning into the day, A glittering file, went Company A, Marching along to the rendezvous, By grassy meadows the road ran through, '. By springing cornfields and orchards gay, Forward, forward went company A. And the pink and white of the apple trees, Falling fast on the fitful breeze, Scattered its dewy, scented spray Straight in the faces of Company A. A breath like a sigh ran through the ranks Treading those odorous blossom-banks, For the orchard hillsides far away, The northern hillsides of Com...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 19 September 1901

U.S GOBER DEALER IN Coal, Grain and Field Seed of All Kinds. The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give us a call when yon come to Canyon City. Rev. W. H. Younger, Baptist minister at Claude, had the mis fortune to lose all his household goods, wearing apparel and li brary by lire Saturday night about 8.40. The building was owned by Jerry Cavanaugh and was not insured, and in fact, house and furniture was a total loss with no insurance Loss about eleven hundred dollars in cluding library. Hall County Herald.- We have not always agreed with brother Younger but we know hira to be an honest and faithful servant of his Master and now in his hour of need we feel sure he will reap the reward he has earned. We extend our sincere sympathy to him. We feel sure his household goods will be replaced but his library is a loss not always reparable. Money will not always buj' the books we have learned to love. J. N. Hadley now has his store entire...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 September 1901

r in head, a he worked, thcri ii j y elaborate frame, a dollar with a history, I doubt fd the other. 4roph.v of my really fimt il victor'r-'i: replied the it. Trst aouor 4r hotel A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER STOCK-FARMING. e Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, September 26, 1901. No. 26 J 4 5.1 , . . DUOTED TO r i CANYON GRAIN AND GOAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Every one realizes the neces : sity for having a country popu lated in order to support a town and the more prosperous is the 'country the better it is for the town. But the importance of the town to the country is not so generally recognized, yet every one knows that it affords better religious, educational and social facilities. But think for a moment. Where would the country people go to do their trading? There are some peo ple who use catalogues of vari rious large houses in the cities where they will send for...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 September 1901

u. s. c .JL Coal C -vg"n o ,Jt;. v. , at Can iss mail .ip Stonewall Zblishcr.. ...... fi.JP. Morgan. Editor J Mrs. 'R. Jf Morgan. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, $1.00 Six months, -50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sara W. T. Lanhara TO CORRESPONDENTS Kindly have your commit' nicattons to reach us as ear ly as Tuesday morning. Iu our last issue we published a financial statement showing the receipts and disbursements of the committee for the re-un ion. It shows that more money has been expended than taken in. Messrs. H. E. Hume, J. C. ripkin and J. M. Thacker made a note in the bank for $105.00 which has been due some little time. Now of course these gen tlemen can probably renew as the bank people are very accom modating, but it is not fair that they should carry this burden. Mr. Thacker is gone and Messrs. Hume and Pipkin certainly have done enough for the reun ion without having this note to carry, therefore, we would sug gest that some plan be adopted to raise the money and pay this indebtedness...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 September 1901

BRENT C TAYLOR COAL, GRAIN AND LIVERY BUSINESS. The best Teams, Ki??, Livery Barn and Wayon Yard in West Texas. Coal, Grain and all sorts of Field seeds as cheap as the same quality can be bad from any one. The. best and nicest bus itv the country to meet all , trains. Fair and Courteous treatment to all. ..Business South of the square , . ' ' - CANYON CITY, TEXAS Mr. ..Wandslcy's new house is rapidly hearing completion. It is haudsome and commodious and we are glad to note such im provements as they show a spirit of home making that means much for a town. Any if Ilainou's Keniodies (.'.'in now lie had at the Canyon City Phar macy. Stringfellow-Hume Hardware company sold six wind mills in one day this week. For first class painting or pnper lianj;iiiK see 1. O. Trimble. His i.s the bent work. lie has lived on the l'laiiirt a. Ioiih; time ami his work at 1'lainvlew and other place are his recommendations. Mr. J. M. Simmons was in town Tuesday.. He reports things looking well in his n...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 September 1901

TWO CLEVER PUZZLES. Although Decidedly Myatirylts They Are F.nnlly Ione. A little science is involved in the puz zle shown at figure No. 1. The problem is to see how many coins can he dropped into a wine glars tilled finite t. the brim with water without making the water overflow. Were I to tell you that the glass will hold as many as- twenty quarters or shillings after it- is quite lull of water you would all shout "im possiible:" However, a trial will prove to you the truth of this surprising state ment. Wipe the glass dry eo that not a II' FIGUnE NO. 1. jac-ftire of moisture clings to it either tide or out; then, with a vessel having "-"Spoilt, fill it slowly and carefully with Cili.'iter to the exact brim. Now, ivitui a g irej-ndy hand and very gently drop in the I " ins, holding them edgewise, as shown ! to t ,,e picture. As poo n as the coin) indtches the water let it fa!!, so that as1 Th'e ('-'s'lir')I'n('e as rK,s,s'u'e w'" ',p ' . ..,.ule. As each coin gi.es in. the water r...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 3 October 1901

Mii l m m A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOGK-F ARMING. Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, October 3, 1901. No. 27 1 I. 1 Ik iomptS counjf ,' CANYON GRAIN AND GOAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Fat Cattle and Hogt Going Up and Sheep Down. ; ( KansiiH City Stock Yards, SopteiiilHT 21, 1001. Since tlu advent of tlu "Hon. J no. Front" has been reported from many localities ami ((peculation an to the corn yli'hl 1h about at an end there has been some lively. uurlng; indulg ed In which has resulted in establlwh ln? a belief among buyers of feeding cattle that well finished beeves will, n few months hence, realize r.iich re turns that the feeding of high priced corn will have been done at a profit. The ujiwnril tendency of the fat cat tle market with choice fat native and Western steers selling up to fi.liO and .mixed lots of steers and heifers up to (I on the local mar...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 3 October 1901

THE STAYER. Entered nt the post ofllce nt Can yon, Texas, a second flaws mail matter. Otllcial organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher. Editor, . . . ..?. Jf. Morgan. .Mrs. F. Jf. Morgan. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Yc.ar,.r7. $1.00 Six months, 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS AVe are anxious to have correspon dent from ojich school rommnnity in the country tributary to Canyon City. Uuins, conditions of crops and crass, sales of stock when the price, condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions are given are of interest to stockmen Hirths, deaths, marriages, jtorsons moving into the community, resi dents going out, etc. are matters of local Interest. Religious, educational and social matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such tilings. ."Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will be unpleasant to any one. Correspondent will kindly furnish ns the name and post ofiice of the school teacher i...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 3 October 1901

4 1 1 i were) f loiuj ) Wayside Wink. Here comes "Little Pickanin ny" again. He is not so bash ful as everybody takes him to be, bat he is one of the meanest kids ever lived, or else every body thinks so. Wayside is improving' fast. She has one store and a school house. Probably some day s he .will -be one of the largest towns on the Plains. The KiT ranch is now brand ing her line "white-faces." - Mr. Bunn Wesley has returned from the Canadian where he has been playing cowboy. ,yr Mr. urundy Wesley is work- inr 5?i flic "intrnti rYCk f I n r nnf posts. He likes to break his axe handle so that be can get to goto Wayside to get another one. Mr. T. H. Kice has a brother out on a visit. Polecats are plentiful around Wayside. Prof, says he doesn't like them a little bit for he got into trouble with one when he was a young man thinking it was a coon. Yes, we are satisfied they are there'for wesmeiled onein Can yon City. Ed Most everybody is sowing wheat and rye. Little Pickaninny. J. K. H...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 3 October 1901

A Gls-T FOB 'MOTHER. How tr Make a Klre Screen Tht Will lrov Xerr Accciitalilo. There arc ro many useful ami accept nblo presents that n boy enn make for Jni parents, iftcrs or brothers, that is really quite unnecessary for him to my out much money in pifts. A very rcrvicrahle article for such purposes is the fir screen shown in the illustration, intended for an open fire place, wncre ir is often desirable to wan ofT the direct heat. For ordinary uses this screen should 1m marie i2 inches hiph and 40 inches w ide; from the lower style of the frame 10 the lloor the distance is IS inches. To begin with, obtain four pieces of wood, each 42 inches Ionp, four inches vide, and three-quarters of an- inch in EXTRAORDINARY FIGHT. FLAG'S FOR SCREEN. i I hicknes's, planed on all fides; also two pieces 14 inches long1 and of the same M idlh and thickness as the long strips. These are for the feet, while the oilier pieces are to form the frame. In twoof the long strips cut laps ns shown in Fig. ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 10 October 1901

HE A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, October 10, 1901. No. 28 CANYON GRAIN AND GOAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. TOOT, AND KEEP TOOTING. If you toot your little tooter and then lay nslde your horn. There's not a soul in ten short days will know that you were born, The mini who gathers pumpkins In the mau who plows nil day And the man who keeps a-humplug Is the man who makes It pay. The man who advertises with a short and sudden Jerk. Is the man who blames the printer because it didn't work. The man who gets the business, pulls a Jong and steady pull And keeps the local papers for years and yearx quite full. He plans his advertisements In a clear and thoughtful way, And keeps forever at It, and thus he makes It pay. Washington Star. i True Nobility. The hollowest vessel3 sound the loudest, The richest treasures deepe...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 10 October 1901

THE STAYER. Entered nt the inst office at Can yon, Texas, 08 second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publislicr R. W. Morgan Editor, Mrs, Ii. If". Morgan SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, ....$1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Serjeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We arc anxious to have correspon dent from 'iu-h school community In the country tributary to Canyon City. Knius, conditions of crops and grass, sales of stock when the price, condit'on and njj' of stock, aud names of parties to the transactions are given are of Interest to stockmen P.irthsjf deaths, marriages, persons moving Into the community, resi dents going out, etc. are matters of local Interest. lU-liglous, educational and social matters indicate to the world the at tention given to'such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will lie unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly furnish Us the name and ost office of the school teacher in your neigh...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 10 October 1901

Stock Nolea, The folowinr people were 3 CD HT 7 T t V p Cowden & Crowley sold 1000 buyingf their winter supply of l EL il I V-. An L , ZSt rrr.rrttli GOAL, GRAIN AND LIVERY BUSINESS. November delivery. W. V. Stegal, Afton ,, . ... . T m Mr Bradford DirlfPnsroimtw The best Teams, Rigs,. Livery Uarn and Wagon ard J. T. Pemberton purchased Jjr. Bradford, Dickens county in West Texas. Coal, Grain and all sorts of Field 100 yearling- heifers of A. J Lemtnons, Beverly seeds as cheap as the same quality can be had from any Wolcott one dav recently to be T" A" RidScway county ' one. The best and nicest bus in the country to meet all delivered in th in,, WL. V. Scott, Tulia ' trains. Pair and Courteous treatment to all. Business delivered in the Spring. We South of the square shall expect to hearof Mr. Pern- U ' U bmitb- Overton i berton as a principal in a ranch aAPJ? . " CANYON CITY, TEXAS deal in the near future. He Mr Arnold Plainview . - ---- - - -- - ' wont be able to keep out. 2' ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 10 October 1901

STILL IN BUSINESS' If you don't believe that it CASH TALKS" Oome and see. Remember that we handle j.nything ordinarily carried in the grocery line, and in some goods we have the BEST. Candies, Confections, Vegetables, Fruits, Melons, Etc. We appreciate your trade and hope you will continue with ns. South East Corner of the Square. WALLACE & HICKS. THE SUNNY SOUTH SPEC' IAL OFFER. ONLY TEN CENTS I'NTIL JANUA RY 1, 1002. The Sunny South of Atlanta, (Ja., is making a special short time offer of its splendid paper from now until January 1st for only 10 cents. The full sub scription price for one year is only oOc and for a literary week ly of its character the price is remarkably cheap. The short time price quoted, 10c until New Years, is largely in the nature of an introduction of the paper to its lanrcr Southern audience that it deserves. The paper, as its title-head, states is devoted to literature, romance, fashion and fiction. It is really devoted to Southern writers and Souther...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 17 October 1901

iuna .i'?ir "..-" -v 7 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 6. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, October 17, 1901. No. 29, V A CANYON GRAIN AND GOAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited.. KunrntH City Stock Turin. October 13, 1901 Cnrnlvnl week 1i;ih drawn to n flow and KniiHUH CltlaiiH will have a week tu which to rent up aud prepare to receive visitors to the American ltoyal cuttle show and sale ami the home hIiow which will take place during the week of October L'l-2l. The entries for the cattle hIiuw will exceed tho.e of any prevloiiH exhibi tion In thin country and in point of xeelence an to quality tlU-ro proba bly wum never an fine an airirrccatlon of blooded cattle gotten together In the world an will be seen at that time. The Shorthorn entries number about t0 head, the (iullownynabout 100 and thv Hereford will be repre sented ubout;i000 strong. The cat tle ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 17 October 1901

THE STAYER. Enteral at the post office at Can yon. Texa. a second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher.. R. Jf . Morgan Editor, .... .Mrs. R. W. Morgan. SUBSCRIPTION. Ont Year, $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We are anxious to have correspon dent from nch school coniniunity in the country tributary to Canyon City. Halns, conditions of crops and grass, wiles of stock when the price, condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions are given are of interest to stockmen Births, deaths, marriages, iersons moving into the community, res!-. dents going out, etc. are matters of local interest. Keliglous, educational and social matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will be unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly furnish us the name and post office of the school teacher in your neighb...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 17 October 1901

1 V pleVU were com pa Feed I country Westei ml Matt cdmmli BEVERLY BRIEFS, rKVEiu.v OcToiiKH, 10-th. We feel considerably refresh 1 edafter the nice rain we had last Saturday night and Sunday. It will bring wheat up that has just been planted, also good on wheat that is up and . p growing. The JA cowboys are up this week working the Tule pasture. m, f iL i. They are gathering the SO cat- tie this time. Only about 700 head Of them Mr. P Adair vh. TTn.rHcl, Mrs. C. Ada r the English Cattle queen sailed the 2nd for America She is exnected to be America, tone IS expected to be at the JA 'ranch the 15th of this u ou -n u w month. She will bring a cabi- net Of 12 Or 14 With her. The rnwhnwc nr. Pvr.prt5r.cr a o-rjnrl COWbOyS are expecting a grand time When She arrives. Mr. Henry Hastings got some knn K,ni,o i Ufc u r, bones broken in his foot by a horse stepping on it. Miss Nellie Grayson is spending i m tr the week with Mrs Kent. Mr. Pietzsch and son Julius went to Silverton last Saturda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 17 October 1901

V OSCAR HUNT Now carries the largest and most complete line of FURNITURE. CARPETS, RUGS, SHADES, CLOCKS. PIC TURE FRAMES, METAL BEDS, BABY CAR RIAGES; GO CARTS, ETC. in all the latest designs. No order too small, none too great to be tilled from the stock at once. JOBBING TRADE A SPECIALTY. OSCAR HUNT. CANYON CITY, TEXAS. THE SUNNY SOUTH SPEC IAL OFFER. OXLY TEN CENTS VNTIL J AN I A RY 1, 1902. The Sunny South of Atlanta, Ga., is making a special short time offer of its splendid paper from now until January 1st for only 10 cents. The full sub scription price for one year is only '0c and for a literary week ly of its character the price is remarkably cheap. The short time price quoted, 10c until New Years, is largely in the nature of an introduction of the paper to its larger Southern audience that it deserves. The paper, as its title-head, states is devoted to literature, romance, fashion and action. It is really devoted to Southern writers and Southern readers and it is their own s...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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