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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 8. 1907. THK COZY COliXEK can ho niado extremely attract- ive at a very little cost if furnish- ed from this store. Couches rujjs and pillows are here a plen- ty at remarkably low prices. FINK rTRNTTUKE VALUES always prevail hero. Our cozy corner specialties are only a sample of the opportunities that l. rvade the entire store. Come and make your home. snu for the winter. It's not very far off now. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. CARDS PROFESSIONAL. D. M. STEWART flbvsician aitt Surgeon (M)ic hi AVjilljicc Bniitlinir over A. II. TliouiisitiV Prutf St !. Calls prompt l.v answered uiiit m-ia Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office THE CITY PHARMACY. JASPER H. MANET - - LAWYER - - Have haJ years ot experience in Texas Courts and will practice in all the higher courts of the Panhan- dle. Land titles examined. Office West Side of Square. R. A. SOWOER Altornev-at-Law and Notary. ''oinplete Abstracts of Randall County Lands. .Mice Over Canyon Supply Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 November 1907

Canyon City News Y VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1907. NO. 34 THE PALO DURO ' CANYON. Something of Its Width Depth and Contents in Randall Arm- strong and Briscoe Counties Where the Federal Govern- ment is Being Asked to Establish a National Park. The Palo Duro Canyon begin ning well up towards New Mexico comes through the northern part of Deaf Smith county thence through Randall from northwest to southeast across the corner of Armstrong and 'into Briscoe county where being joined by the Tule Canyon it proceeds to its outlet in the foot hills' below the Cap Rock. Its total length to follow its meanderings is not far short of two hundred miles. Taking the Canyon from two mil- es below Canyon City where at the junction of theTierra Blanco and Palo Duro creeks the com- bined waters forming the Red River enter the rocky gorges the distance to the intersection of the Tule following the Can- yon's course- will not miss fifty miles very far. Four miles be- low ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 15. 19Q7. CANYON CITY NEWS PuIiIUIhmI Kwry Friday. John A. Wallace was appointed ! justice of the peace of precinct No. 1 taking the place of A. K. Brown the said Brown being now water bound in Arkinsaw. Tiie quarterly reports of the sheriff and county judge was ex- amined and approved. A petition of M. S. Park and others for a road from the north line of the county south five miles 0"r Yftir in Count 11 S1.00 . j . r ri .j . .-! granted and ordered worked on. nu lair o:n oj l ouniu . . . i... r . . . y GKO. A. 11 KAN HON Kiitirrd t I'oKttillicp nt Ciinjmi City n Sfrnii.t rla Matter. Oflirc of I'll 111 icat ion Wl Kvrlyn Sfrrrl. l'jjjH'rs sent out of t lie county promptly riiKcoiitimu'il nt expiration of time paid for. SUnSCIMPTlON. Six .'r.7t'A.. . . Tiro months The Austin Brothers bridge builders of Dallas were awarded a contract at sd.'llO for a steel ! bridge 1:! foot roadway t'x foot j span with steel piers on the Palo Pure "Pickens Road" north of Umb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 15. 1907. NOW THE TIME TO BUY ! Our stocks of every kind usually kept in a large department store are now at their very best; our as- sortments are as complete and our prices are as low as dependable goods can be purchased anywhere. Now is the time to buyyou have everything to gain by early trading and nothing to lose. You can buy as formerly to be charged or take advantage of our liberal offer for cash take your choice our object is to serve you and do it well. Read our Specials. These are changed each week. IS Our Tinner Is one of the very best if not the "Top Notch" in his line of business that ever struck this town. Have him do your work and it will not only look right but be right. Give us a trial. 46 Cash Sales These are still on and will be continued the balance of 1907. On this proposition you get tickets to the amount of every cash purchase and when they amount to $15 you get one silver dollar on presentation of these tickets to our cashier. The C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 15. 1907. niE cozy couxku can In' made extremely attract- ive at a very link' cost if furnish- ed from this store. Couches nii.rs and pillows are hero a plen- ty at remarkably low prices. 1 ' I NK 1-T UN I TU I J K VA LU ES Which of the two are You. Two men walked ' down tho (street fluvolher day in tho midst ! of slush and rain. One saw colds fevers sickness of various kinds J and grumbled. Tho other saw increasing Uusinoss in the stores opportunities for helping the un- fortunate and the relief of the i poor. Which of the two men are j your' Two men were com ladled to cross a puddle of water. One j saw the dirty mud and smelled the disagreeable odors. The other caught the reflection of the sunlight in the pool and saw mil- lions of diamonds dancing at his feet. Which of the two men are " W Walk On Stnrs. So Coo You" Y FO MEN) $4.00 l yony always prevail here. Our cozy! Two men heard a little ragged j cunier specialties are only a ! girl crying on the str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 November 1907

New Uanyon VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1907. NO. 35 City HOFFMAN PARAGRAPHS. B. T. Johnson returned Satur- day from Pueblo. His brother who he went to see is better. The rain and snow Tuesday . suited our grain farmers. It was nice for wheat. L. A. Pierce has in 100 acres Will Cage 100 acres and Jesse Pierce 50 acres. Don't know acreage of other wheat about here. Miss Mollie Hitchcock visited Mrs. J. T. Burnett of Canyon Friday and Saturday. P. Hoffman and wife returned last week from their trip to South Dakota. They like it well and enjoyed their visit. T. K. 11. Adkins of Deaf Smith county thinks Canyon City a fine place to trade. He passed through our community going there this week. Blooma Cage is on the sick list this week. Tassie. Coning Hero for Wa'er. Fur sometime pnst the Pecos Valley has been hauling water from here for use at Amarillo taking it in tank cars. Wednes- day four engines coupled togeth- er were sent down here to be filled. They h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 22. 1907. f CANYON CITY NEWS Published Kvory Fri.lny. By GEO. A. IIRAXDON F.ntrrrd M PoKlftflir at Canyon Hly an Sfrnnd-riH Matter. Oflire of Publication M F.vrlyn Strrrt. l'aiH'rs Kent out of the county promptly (Ifucnntimicd t expiration of time ptilil for. SUBSCRIPTION. d".r. Year in County Si. 00 One. Year out of Count.. . 1:25 Six months 75 Tiro months : J J BETTER PASS THEM BY. That the Panhandle offers an unusually inviting field for all sorts of money making schemes to the promoter is evidenced by the fact that the "woods is full of them." Most of them as- sume to be friends of the "mud- sills" the overworked many the mechanic the farmer and the laborer. Their bait is alluring at first sight and their gall is i amazing. Like the devil they go j about "roaring lion'' but i and by the term future as here used we meanwithin the ordi- nary active life of our present average citizen. The News would answer yes. Ana so it thinks will reply a large majorit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 November 1907

)-i XT' CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 22 1907. NOW THE TIME TO BUY ! Our stocks of every kind usually kept in a large department store are now at their very best; our as- sortments are as complete and our prices are as low as dependable goods can be purchased anywhere. Now is the time to buy you have everything to gain by early trading and nothing to lose. You can buy as formerly to be charged or take advantage of our liberal offer for cashtake your choice our object is to serve you and do it well. Read our Specials. These are changed each week. - '-- s IS A. V ) i I Our Tinner Is one of the very best if not the "Top Notch" in his line of business that ever struck this town. Have him do your work and it will not only look right but be right. Give us a trial. "Cash Sales" Shoes! - Shoes! These are still on and will be continued the balance of 1907. On this proposition you get tickets to the amount of every cash purchase and when they amount to $15 you get one silver dollar on presentati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 November 1907

f J-t . CANYON CITY NEWS. .NOVEMBER 22. 1907. y:..: -' D i ss r i Turkey Dinner With Furniture you had rather not have your j friends examine too closely can- j n mi bo a real Thanksgiving to t Vl j j 1)IN1N; KOOM FUHXITUKE is especially prominent in our; present display. We shall 1? i glad to show and you should be ; - glad to seo it. The quality is so ; first class and the prices not even ! si'co;ul or third class that you i can lurnisli your (lining room m a tirst class manner for marvel- oasly little money. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. CARDS PROFESSIONAL D. M. STEWART physician anfc Surncen nrf iii Vi'jillatv BtitMin:; invr A. II. riioiiison's lniit Stoiv. itroinptlv .-oiswcivri niylit ord.iv Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offiee-THE CITY PHARMACY. JASPER H. HAfiEY - - LAWYER - - Have haJ years of experience m Texas Courts and will practice in al! the higher courts of the Panhan- dle. Land titles examined. Office West Side of Square. R. A. SOWDER IttnrnAi- -it I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 November 1907

r New City canyon VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1907. NO. 36 J LOCAL GRAIN MARKET i The quotations here given are from the Canyon City grain deal- ers and 'show the market the day before the issue of this paper. j The prices are for" grain in sack unless otherwise stated. Wheat No. 2 bushel $00 85 Oats best bushel 55 Corn best 60 Maize threshed bushel... 50 Kaffir corn threshed bu. . 50 Maize and Kaffir in heads j new crop ton 10 00 Millet hay per ton 10 00 Johnson grass hay ton.. . 10 CO Alfalfa per ton 12 00 Chickens and Eggs j Fryers per dozen 3 00 Eggs per dozen 80 Will You Please Gins L's Some Advice? We have just received a ship- ment of what we think Jo be the most beautiful Enameled Ware we over sa w. It is called STEW- ART ROZWOOl). We are told that it is as good as it is beauti- ful. Please make it convenient to drop in and see it some day this week and give us your opinion. Thompson Hardware Co. Souvenir Post Cards. The News office has in stock:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 November 1907

I CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 29. 1907. - A xN.O"-r I " ! . I i i v;.-' . ( "V " I vA.MUA till rhi ! i only. The News is coins to make Thanksgiving Day. I Masonic Notes. f...iW. .... .mw.r!iM.Kiv.!9vm!&&. ) '. Fnl.lb.to1 Every Fri.Rv. jan effort to start 190S with a iSS&aS&i "nv'OFOnR VNDOX I First Monday and it will inangur- The weather was ideal. No The Masonic grand lodge con- m . . . ... V" 1 ' --.J" a. campaign among Canyon prettier day could have been venes in the Temple at Waco a -pi CHl fllft SJ 1 )F.nirrt-i m r.iM.oir t Cniiyon it- ! City people for that purpose made to-order. week from next Monday. Bro. U;3 W P fes I iraiid-4'la Mailer. OBic of Publication m :..i. r t ti 11 i. t i i. n . . . 151 iinvfV I i Efl I ii-i.ui (ii .iuuiii. j.i im- Jin- nni iiiiiLL' tiuu oiuiuM Hi'iiMi. .a. v ampoeu win go as me Ktii i jawf s j c an yon iity ia iirCAlJUUAIHEKJ Went Kvclyn Street. - I tirst Monday in )0s PajH-rH win out f t!n county News will if a "First Monday" prom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 November 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 29. 1907. NOW Our stocks of every kind usually kept in a large department store are now at their very best; our as sortments are as complete and our prices are as low as dependable goods can be purchased anywhere. Now is the time to buy you have everything to gain by early trading and nothing to lose. You can buy as formerly to be charged or take advantage of our liberal offer for cashtake your choice our object is to serve you and do it well. Read our Specials. These are changed each week. tBSSBS3 TO BUY I Our Tinner Is one of the very best if not the "Top Notch" in his line of business that ever struck this town. Have him do your work and it will not only look right but be right. Give us a trial. i Cash Sales These are still on and will be continued the balance of 1907. On this proposition you get tickets to the amount of every cash purchase and when they amount to $15 you get one silver dollar on presentation of these tickets to our cashier. Shoes! Shoe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 November 1907

. CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 29. 1907. .ST. Ygu'II Stand and Admire tin' ninny pieces of artistic fur- nit an' we have on view. Your admiration will not bo lessened! ni ion examination of tho quality. I The Prices of the Furniture V. THE PANIC-ITS CAUSES. The financial panic its causes its effects and its probable con-. sequences lias boon and is now 1 the theme engaging the att'onlion j of the civilized world. From j kings and presidents down to. representatives of the great com- mon masses we have had opin- ions galore. Some have been sensible others visionary and many too absurd to engage the serious attention of practical men. All agree we have the panic and iare feeling its effects but as to the whys and wherefores the jcountry that is the mass of it. great financiers included in Eu- ' rope as well as on tins side of the j Atlantic would seem to be yet in it no longer necessary to sues has contended that the pros- your richer neighbors. ent money stringency was that ; brought a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 December 1907

New nyon -'VOL'Xl. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6 1907. NO. 37 City L1. EXPLORING THE CANYON. Judge Henson For Himself and the Exploring Party Tells of what they Saw and Did During their Two Weeks in the Palo Duro Canyon. PokThk News: As Captain ; of the exploring party sent out by the Canyon City Commercial Club I take this method of reporting to the club the result of our trip and also of incidentally informing our citizenship generally of the gran- deur and beauties of this sport of Dame Nature. In the absence of any means of measuring accurately either altitude or distance I leave the scientific part of the lay of this magnificent territory to abler and more learned writers and tell you what we saw as we saw it. ' Fully equipped with a good camping outfit and an abundance of food loaded in a two horse wagon drawn by a team of Texas mules with "Wee Tommy" My- ers as driver we left Canyon Wednesday November 20 at 11:30 A. M. and arrived at the Falls 12 miles from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 December 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 6. 1907. CANYON CITY NEWS Pul.lislicd Kwry Friday. Hy GKO. A. BRANDON F.ntrrril nt Poktnftlrr nt Canyon City as ScrnndClasn Mutter. OIHrf of Publication West Kvrlyn Street. Pa pcrs sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in County $1.00 Our Yair out of County .. . 1.25 Six months 7o Two niunths 25 SOME MISSOURI ARGUMENT. Becoming des)erate at the de- parture for Texas of their best citizens several naborhoods in Missouri if we take their local papers for spokesmen are utter- ing all manner of falsehoods and doinsr it knowingly concerning this State and its people. Afraid to say ought against the fertility of Texas soil the purity of its waters or the salubrity of its elimate because all the facts are agai:it them they attack and in a dirty slanderous lying way the people of this State. Some of this Missouri argument if such it may be called was brought to the attention of The News by T. C. Simms h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 December 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 6. 1907. - ' 4. h - ! : 1 ! - - . .'I '. -T " iliici urn m mm e a o nm urn w We have the best and most complete line of holiday goods ever displayed in Canyon City. They were pur- chased direct from the makers and with one small profit added can be bought of us we think cheaper or at least just as cheap as anywhere else. Of our full assortment we name the following departments: CHINA-CUT GLASS In this we have old as well as new designs including hand paint- ed work.- The-cut glass we won't try to describe. PERFUMES Splendidly put up all the leading odors and of the very highest strength. Here again we cn suit your taste and pocketbook. CANDIES No Christmas is complete with- out candies. Old and young alike are fond of thein. These days pure candies with harmless colorings are the exception rather than the rule. Our candies including the cele- brated Alleg'-etti make are of the best and purest made and we sell them at prices that are sometimes asked for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 December 1907

-i k ft ft k t t tJLt CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 6. 19QT. r- Kaffir Corn 1 . -sen n 4 a l If EMC You'll Stand and Admire Hi1 many pieces of artistic fur- niturt' wo have on view. Your ijilmirntioii will not bo lessoned upon examination of the quality. The Prices of the Furniture PALO DURO PARK PROGRESS. At the meeting of the Palo Duro Park executive committee held at Amarillo Tuesday of last week all members wore present save one W. E. Armstrong of Plainview. Mr. Armstrong was too ill to attend but sent a letter pledging the active support of his county and also making valu- able suggestions several of which were adopted and inooriKv rated in the resolutions adopted. The committee prior to the adop- tion of these resolutions organ- ized itself into The Palo Duro Na- tional Park Association with Jas- ixr X. Haney president Charles Goodnight vice president L. T. Lester treasurer and Vernon Beggs secretary. The resolu- tions adopted read as follows: Whereas nature's handiwork and vagar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 December 1907

fllL CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 1907. NO. 38 O LW I EXCELLENT FINANCIAL ADVICE. I HOFFMAN 'PARAGRAPHS. 'I X I I HI . Splend REPORT OF THE Co'.11'' Mi'n Hf The Canyon National '-tMte. at Uimyon. in rnc Mure or icxns at tin clows of liiiHiiu'ss Dee. 3 1!(07. hksouhchh. Loium Mild discounts $ !)SS7fl.ir Ovi'nlraftH.scciircd inul mi- Hfiaircd S.-2VXU L. S. liomlsto Hciani'i'ircu- latloli U.r.00.00 I'rcml itniM on U. S IioiuIh.. SOM.'iit Itiiukinu house fu rii it lire nml fixtures 7010.24 Due friiin nalion.-il lmuks (net. reserve iifrents) (i.Oli-l.Til Dm- from State Hunks and bunkers 204.33 Pile from unproved icscrvc ii-nts 30.S14.2S Notes of other national Imnkrt ISO. 00 Fractional apcrciinviic.v nickels nml rents 37.44 Lawful money nwrvi' in dank viz: SiM-i'ir 700s.or. U'K'il-tfiKli'rnoti'K 4.3liO.(MI 11.:MW.05 Ki'ileniptiou funil wild U. S. Treasurer t'l'i otcir- culatlon) -'.'.00 Total 17(5.431.73 I.IAIUI.I I IKS. Capital stock paid in $ 50.000.00 Surplus fund ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 December 1907

I s-'. .- . . . r-k .. r v GANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 13. 1907. P. v CANYON CITY NEWS Putilfclipil Kvory Fri.Iitv. y OEO. A. IIRANDOX Ktitorpjl at rnotnftirr at fmiyoii City iu Sprniiil ('laK Miitlrr. Offlrp if i'ulilknt ion Wt Kvrlyn Stirrt. I'npcrM wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. (we Year in Count Our Year out of County . Six months J'u-'i months MURDERED BY TALK. i In the language of one of its : vice presidontsthe National Hank of Commerce of Kansas City was j "murdered by talk."' Talk that : was untrue and therefore shin- de rous. ' .lumping to conclusions ospe-; cialiy in panicky times always i di es more or less harm and some-; tiiiies brings ruin in its wake j For instance when last Thurs- day's news reached here of the! dosing of this bank at r Kansas City it passed about the streets ; like wildtire. "Broke." busted;" ; "gone to smash' were the terms used -all indicating complete ruin. It was even hinted that I one o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 December 1907

a JL? Q TUT- Saturday D VTXA yr snaps 1 m i eh n . m CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 13. 1907. KINGS ecembe 14th ONTNU G FOR TEN DAYS we will offer some of the best values that we. have ever offered the people of Randall county and you can rest assured that every article sold in this sale will be just as represented. Our stock is larger than it should be at this season of the year and we are determined to move it regardless of price! This is your opportunity to get your wants supplied at a small cost the only thing we ask is to bring the GASH. In this sale our loss is your gain. This does not mean "pay tomorrow" or "thirty days" but Spot Cash. Fancy worsted Jtle price $ 6.75 Black Granite suiia $12. 50 sale price 8.25 Fancy worsted suits worth $12.50 sale price 8.25 Fancy pray worsted suits worth $13.50 sale price 8.50 Fancy worsted suits all wool worth $1 5 sale price 9. 75 K. & W. worsted suits cassimere nobby styles worth J 16 50 sale pri. e 11.75 R. & W. worsted suits cassime...

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