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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 March 1903

CANYON HE STATE A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STQCK-FARMNG. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1903. NO. 1. SALUTATORY. While not altogether a strang er to the Plains county, the new proprietor of this paper is, or rather was, until within the last few days practically un known to the citizens of Canyon City and Randall county and we deem it right and proper that we should give some account of ourself as well as outline the fu ture policy in the conduct of this paper. Concerning self, will say that our boyhood days were spent on the Texas frontier, mostly in the saddle, "punching" cows. For the last thirty years we have resided in Burnet and Lam pasas counties; there we mar ried; there our children, were born and there we leave many friends, as good and true as ever it fell to the happy lot of mortal to have and some as vin dictive enemies. While at Bur net we owned and run for sev eral years the Bulletin, one of the oldest and best newspapers in Central Texas. We after ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 20 March 1903

AN ANNOUNCEMENT. The News Will be a Loader Devoted to Your Inter ests as well as Our Own. Tlie new management of the News respectfully calls your at tention to the ad to be found elsewhere in this issue, announc ing the fact of the installation of a new job press and all other necessary material to make this department complete. We feel that the present equippment is inadequate to meet the demands of the town for high class job work and propose to be able in a short time to meet the require ments and tastes of the most exacting. Your work will be neatly printed and tabbed and we will see that all orders re ceive prompt attention and af ter doing business with us will convince you that all work will be delivered when promised. This shipment of material is expected here the latter part of this week. We will quite nat urally feel proud of this acquisi tion to the pregressiveness and rapid growth of the town and we feel that you will justly appreciate same and show it by holding such wo...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 March 1903

WS. E STAYE A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 27,1903. VOL VII. NO. 2. CANYON TH CITY THE FUTURE HOME-MAKER. i Sound Doctrine For liolli Young and Old. We do not have it very firmly impressed upon our minds as we look at our young people that they are to be the future home makers. Will they know how much it costs to furnish a house comtortably, and run the same economically, when they are old enough to give serious thought to such things? Do we as parents give our children the benefit of our experience? We hear the cry that young men nowadays are afraid to marry on a small salary. Why? Because," they being ignorant, are easily frightened by some one's bug a boo cry. So many of our girls are self-supporting that we can reasonably suppose that they understand the value of a dollar better than though they had never done anything toward their support. Young couples must not ex pect to begin where the old folks left off. Simplicity in housefur...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 March 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) C.KO. A. IIKANDON, WALTUK K. I'.HAMKIX, Kditnr. Kiiti-ml lit foil. Texas, inattiT. the post ollhv at as Koi'oiul claws ("illl- mall suDSCKirnoN. Inc Year SIM Six months 50 Ex-Governor J. S. Jlogg has liad some difficulty in making1 his position clear in discussing "Railroad Consolidation, Lob bying and the Free Pass Sys tem.'' but in his recent speech at Austin, he defined his atti tude in a thoughtful, conserva tive argument and established to the enemies of good govern ment and monopolists of every order, that he was yet the true son'of Texas. AD J 'ER TISL 'G K. I TES. LtH'ah 10 cents per line for the first insirtion, J ecu Is each subsequent insertion. Disiihiji ads, one inch, $1.00 per rnontli. liberal re duction for large ads. A mill has been put to work in Indiana making paper out of corn stalks. There is no telling what paper will not be made of and no one can even surmise what is yet to be printed on it. An exchange tells of a man who, to be ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 March 1903

- I am receiving this week my entire stock of spring goods, which consists of ali the novelties in Dress Goods, Ladies' Belts, Trimmings, Etc. MY STOCK UP-TO-DATE OF MILLINERY And we extend a cordial invitation to the ladies of the town and surrounding country to call and inspect our lines. I EXPECT TO SELL THEM AT THE LOWEST PRICK Yours Truly, A. L.ANDERSON. Purely Persona!. And It is ti snow but then every body known that. Tin Baptist congregation of this place are to begin work at once on n pastor's lioine. Judge Unto nnil wife and little daughter Fdith, paid Hereford a no da! call Wednesday. Dr. .1. Fd Crawford returned Sun day from h visit to his father, near Sllverton. Mr. John T. (iornian Amarlllo, visited Mr. A. and family Sunday. and wife, of L. Anderson The ladles of the C. I church will servca dinner and supper April 2nd. In the building opposite post oflice. A. It. ('anus, western traveling agent for the Dallas News, paid this oflice an appreciated call Wednesday. Progra...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 27 March 1903

Killed Near dimming. The tragic death of A. F. Harrington, brother-in-law of Oscar Davis of this place, men tion of which was briefly made in last week's News, is more ex planatory in the following, clipped from the Hereford Brand: T. J. Davis received word by 'phone Thursday morning- that his son-in-law, A. F. Harring ton, who was a freight conduc tor on the Denver road, had been killed by his train near Cbanning. It is not known just how the shocking accident hap pened. Mr. Harrington received his orders atChanning and deliver ed them to the engineer. Some time later he was missed, and on searching for him his mang led body was found beside the track. The dead man was tak en to Amarillo, his home, for burial. Mr. Davis and wife went over Thursday afternoon to be with their daughter in her terrible affliction. Mr. Harring ton was a young man of tine character, and highly esteemed by all who knew him, and his tragic death is a most unhappy occurrence. The bereaved rel atives have th...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 April 1903

NEWS. THE STAYER. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMNQ. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. NO, 3. THE GRACE OF BEAUTY Straight Shoulders an Im portant Feature. Everybody admires pretty faces, and the great majority of people would be happy, indeed, to wear one, but like so many other things, standards differ. The face you call beautiful your friend may not admire at all, a 1 . . . i . i dim wnere your irienu iinus beauty you see no attraction. We read too, "that beauty fades, ' ''that it is only skin deep, " '-that pretty is as pretty does" and many more little thoughts to console those who are not bless ed with good looks. In spite of this, beauty continues to attract, and most people endeavor to present the best appearance they can, which is everybodys' duty. Few are so ugly but what a "lit tie thought and time will im proe them. There is one mark of beauty mat no one denies, one that is universally admired. All nations and all times have delighted in staig...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 April 1903

home 4 i DIE CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) OHO. A. BKANltON, 1'rop. WAL.TKU R. HKAXnOX, Kditor. Kntorwlnt tlu' post olUoo nt Can von. Texan, as hocoiuI i-lasn mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year SI. 00 Six months 0 ADVERTISIXG RATES. locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion, o cevis each subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, SI. 00 per month, liberal reduction for large ads. G.F.Swift, president of the! Swift packing company, died at his home in Chicago. III., March ! '29, of internal hemorrhage, re- i suiting from a surgical opera tion performed some time ago j for an infraction of the gall; bladder. Thus ended the life of a man who started in life as a butcher, and at the age ot 03 years had accumulated several millions of dollars. No doubt some of our readers will have their eyes peeled for the "tenderfoot, ''or "back east" editor to enter some complaint through the columns of the News against the weather we have been having for the past two days, but we beg to ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 April 1903

J Purely Personal. . Mr. O. II. Williams, of Happy, wns In the city Tuesday. Mrs. S. 15. Lofton mid children were iu town shopping Tuesday. Mr. . M. Cox, of (Jetu, was In town trading yesterday. ' This office has a supply of deeds and other blanks for sale. Dave nnd Jenks Curry, of Happy, were in town Tu.-sdny, trading. I lie ladles salil they made no extra charge forthe gritserved witli the dinner yesterday. The owner of this paper desires to purchase a residence of not less than live rooms. Can pay cash. Herbert Hates returned from Uos well Tuesday, where he lias been prospecting. W. M. Kaufman and IMus Frlemel, of Umburger, were In town the first of the week. Whitman Pros, and L. .). Tnggart. of Swisher county, were in town last Saturday on business. Mrs. It. W. Morgan, editor of the Star at Amarillo, was in town yes terday on business. Mr. W. W. Stephenson went South on the Plain view stage last Wednes day morning. Scott and Uowlund, the contrac tors and builders, arc building a...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 April 1903

) The Canyon News man feels that his lines have fallen in pleasant places. The longer he stays with-ihe Canyon people the more fully will he be con vinced of the fact, he says: "Never in the history of the writer's experience has he been the recipient of so hearty a wel come as has been endered by the citizens of Canyon City. The true, hospitable spirit is a characteristic of worthy western people and the representative citizenship of this town is com posed of that type of humanity that never let the stranger feel the pangs of a separation from the dear old surroundings of a far off home. "Hale County Herald. One Woman's Experience With a lvip Remedy. While suffering from a severe attack of the grip and threaten ed with pneumonia, Mrs. Annie H. Cooley, of Middletiekl, Conn., began using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was very much benefitted by its use. The pains in the chest soon disap peared, the cough became loose, expectoration easy and in a short time she was as well as ever. M...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 April 1903

CANYON CITY NEW ) (THE STAYER.) A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. "VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1903. NO. 4. CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS Adopted by the YOUNG MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB, Or ganized in Canyon City, March 25, 1903. I'KKAMIiLK We, tin- yoitny; nit-ii of Canyon City, Texas, realizine; the lack of social advantages of our town and hciiift' Mtixious to improve our opportunities mill to prov a place- where we may meet and pass a plens- ant and nodal afternoon, have organized ourselves Into a social clul) for our nnitaal iniproveinent, ami for the entertainment of our friends. CONSTITUTION. AUTICI.K 1. The name of this orf-unizationshallbe thcYouii.t; Men's Social Club" of Canyon City, Texas. AUT. 1!. The ollicers of tlie Y.-iin--Men's Social Clul) shall he a presi dent, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and a corresponding secretary. AUT. !!. U shall he the duty of the president to preside over all meet ings, to enforce order and decorum, to appoint all ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 April 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) C.KO. A. WALT BR HR.YXDON', Vroju It. KRANIMtN, Bilitor. Entered fit von, Texas, mat tor. the imst ortrre at ('an as second class mail ; SUBSCRIPTION. (nr. Year Six m on Hi a SIM, A I) I 'KR TISl. v; !. 1 rcs. Locals 10 cents per line, fori alive to the necessity of moving the first insert hm, J cats each j at once in some direction, be it subsequent insertion. on,' for lhe sake of bein above i the reproach of not having lift Jhsphif ads, ' one inch, XI. 00 ;ed a finger in tbe efTort t0 dis. per month. Liberal reduction 'orve the apathetic atmosphere large ads. I that has apparently lulled Can- , . .. . ; yon City to sleep. Turn out Tuesday evening and The public en masse will su p tack your name on the list for I port and encourage anything a good school building. that will have a tendency to ------------ awaken this state of stoicism. The Hereford Brand came out i One stumbling block that is al a day late, last week, owing to ; leged to have been en...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 April 1903

4 t Purely Personal. V to her list has This is Good Friday. Mix Jordan has moved vaiicli south of town Midge licster has planted a stia w Im'it.v patch. IC. .I. Witt spent several days of thin week in l'lainview. Mrs. J. AV. Carr is on tho Hick this week. -Mr. Hartcr, tin; blacksmith. yot a gooseberry in Mooin. Mr. Jack Campbell Is having dug at IiIh home a regular old-fashioned well, A. M. Anderson has been rusticu llug In tin; vicinity of l'lainview sev eral days this week. M. C. Cliamblce and J. II. Dunbar are lioth almost in (lie notion of cont ractlng the "grip." Miss Mary Harrow will leave Sun day for an extended visit to Claren don and other points. S. 15. Tadlock, tlie dentist, spent several days of this week in Tulia, attending to professional work. I., (i. Conner was called to Howie Sunday to attend t lie funeral of his lirother-in-law, I)r (iivens. Miss Carrie .Ionian left Monday evening for Forney, to visit her grnnd niother. Miss May Lair's litijry horse tried very hard...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 April 1903

I have purchased Hit boot ami Mmx shop formerly owned by Harry Milh-r, and wilt conduct t he same at tin nlil stand. Clvemo a trial. .1(111 V WKISTintllANX. The W. ('. T. I. will nnvt every 1st Sat unlay evening of each month at the li.iptist church. mi:s. .1. i:.di: vx. Pres. To Si'BSCKlKicus: We have transferred the names of Stayer subscribers to another book. Only those who appear on the old books as bona tide subscrib ers are copied. If we have left any 01T that should be there kindly notify us and we will gladly make corrections. In a North Missouri town not long ago a boy was required by his teacher to write an essay on "The Mouth,' and this is what he wrote: "The mouth is the frontdoor to the face. It is the apperture to the cold storage of our anatomy. It is the hotbed of toothache and the bugi.ole of oratory. The mouth is the crimson aisle to the river; it is the foundation of patriotism and the tool chest lor pie. With out the mouth the politician would be a wanderer on th...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 April 1903

W8. (THE STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1903. NO. 5. CANYON CITY NE THE PULPIT OF TODAY. The modern pulpit is fast de parting from tbe preaching of the old theology and tbe con troverted doctrines out of which the sects have sprung. The masses of the people were so weary of that kind of preaching that the wide-awake men in tbe pulpit a few years ago began to discuss live topics affecting per sonal and public character in stead of theology and set to talking directly against com mon evils, public and private. The step from that departure to a broader view of Christian teaching was an easy one. From denouncing such men as Huxley and Darwin and Ingersoll, they began to accept what truths such men taught, and to feel tbe influence of their broad minds on applied Christianity. Tbe result has been gratifying. In stead of listening to lurid de scriptions of a literal bell of fire and bri...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 April 1903

An Illinois newspaper truth fully says: "Any subscriber to a local paper who will watch the advertisements and take ad vantage of inducements offered will sare many times the sub scription price in the course of a year. Instead of the poor man saying be cannot afford to take his bome paper, be would come nearer the truth by declar ing he cannot afford to do with out it. Some will discontinue taking the paper because they "do not bare time to read it," but tbey would find the time spent reading advertisements of local merchants the most profitable, from the financial standpoint, of any reading they could select. I hare purchased the bakery business formerly owned by Price & Miller and will conduct same in new quarters between Miller's saddle shop and Mer rill & Brown's tin shop. Give me a call. W. B. Jones. An Aggravating Cough. A customer of ours who bad been suffering from a severe congb for&ix months, bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from us and was ent...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1903

CANYON CETY NEWS. (THE STAY Ell.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 24.1903. NO. 6. KANSAN RETURNS. F. M . lltMirn, the Well Known Kuiihhb Cattle Huyer, Ik in the City After nn AIihciicc of About One Year. As Mr. Bourn is well known to most stockmen of the county, the following clipped from the West Texas Stockman (Colorado City), may prove interesting reading: P. M. Bourn, the well known Kansas cattle operator, drifted in from the Sunflower state a few days ago, after about one year's absence, and paid the Stockman an appreciated call. Mr. Bourn wintered a string of cattle near Canyon City, and when the edge of the February blizzard began to nip things in Kansas, he bustled out to the Panhandle to see how those Texans were standing the bad weather, He found things in much better shape than he an ticipated, and for the past few weeks has been very busy get ting the entire bunch shipped out to Kan...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS, just now-a thriving:, (THE STAYER.) GEO. A. HRAXDOX, Prop. WALTKK R. BHANDOS. Kditor. satisfied class of good stock farmers. Settle the country first with cit zens like these and then the i town will grow of its own ac cord, nurtured by those who Entml "at the post JtHee at Can-' have far more than a mere P8" ron. Texan, a wcond dnss mail j ing interest in its welfare. nlu'r- ! Would you like to see Randall jcountygrow in this direction? ;Then you must pull and pull strongly together. To accomplish SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year. SI. 00', Six months oO just such j things boards of trade and com imercial clubs are organized. Locals 10 vents per line for. Many neighboring towns, some .ID I 'ERTISLW HATES. the first insertion, J subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, $1.00 ve'its each l ot them much smaller than Can jyon City, already have them. uanctau county has fully as much, if not more to offer in the per month. Liberal reduction for v of natures bounteous .rifts ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1903

S Purely Personal. Tliix olIic' can Kiipply you with old pa pits at cents per hundred. Mr. (Jl. H. Williams, of Happy, whs In town trading ycsU-rduy. . H. Pria' is holding down the elialr in Frank Conlter'H barbershop, dnrinjr the latt'r's abm'tiee. Dr. J. Eil Crawford spent several day of this week in Sllvorton, visit ing Ids father. Frank Coulter, one of our barbers, is In 101 I'aso and thinks lie will lo cate there.0 The young men of Hereford have recently organized a social eluli. Trying to keep paw with Canyon City, of course. Mr. Ixe Duvall, of Hunning Water, Is In town to meet Ids mother. She has been on an extended visit in 101 1 is county. .loll 11 Hlltson. vice-president of the Stockmen's National hank of (his place, is in town attending to some business matters. The furniture has been placed in the club rooms of the Young Men's Social Club uinl the place presents an inviting appearance already. We are Indebted to J no. A. Wal lace, 'one of our enterprising laud men, for t...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 April 1903

$10,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. The St. Louie Republic Offers Fourteen Splen did Rewards to Sub scribers. An interesting announcement, appears iu thatjjreat metropoli tion newspaper, the St. Louis Republic. Iu the form ol a profit-sharing offer to any one now a subscriber or willing to become a subscriber of The Re public. A big sum of $10,000.00 is to be paid in rewards for good judgement and skill. It is pos sible to earn all the way from $10,000 up to .,000.00 Complete information as to the conditions of this contest, together with blanks will be found in the Daily, Sunday and Twice-aweek editions of The Republic from April 2 until April Hit, liKtt, or will be mailed to any one upon application. All communications and esti mates should be addressed to The Republic Profit-sharing Bureau, Call box !X1, t. Louis, Mo Sciatic Rheumatism Cured. "I have been subject to sciatic rheumatism for years," says E. H. Waldron, of Wilton Junction Iowa. ''Myjoiots were stiff aud gave me much pain and ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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