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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 March 1902

I IV II I I l riT -J CopyrlrM 1899. by Frederick A. Stokes Company. break In; I can't find nny way of open- ing." A few minutes later the detectives after dealing' upon the shelves some telling blows with an ax called upon Murdock to surrender. Receiving no nnswer to their sum- mons the men stood irresolute for a few seconds. Then with grim deter- mination they attacked the door; raining the blows upon it fast and fu- riously and filling the air with a show- er of splinters. At length a final stroke sent the weakened hinges from their fastenings and the men rushed through the un- derground passage into the murderer's laboratory. A hasty stnrtled glance told them that Murdock was not there. They started for the stairs and were met by n policeman who was just en- tering Mnrdoek's office. "Have you got him?" asked the detec- tives in chorus. "No" repliud the policeman sur- prised; "Mr. SturgisRayshe. went down here about 20 minutes ago." "We chased him in from the other end not ten min...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 March 1902

7 x A n 4 If A A 1 Jf. .-V r S UME Beg to Announce to the Public that they have CORN OATS BRAIN! HAY COTT ON SEED MEAL AND F IELD EEDS. They will buy in large Quantites and will give the best service. They will make it to your interest to trade with them. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR tflDES FURS AfiD BOflES. Kansas City Stock Report. Kansas City Stock Yards March. 22 KS02. This week's business in the cattle yards is almost an exact counterpart of last week's ai slight falling off in supplies and with a few exceptions a marked falling off in quality and a! slight advance in values. The advance this week was very general and covered all classes of slaughtering and feeding cat- tle that made any pretence of quality. The top notch of the week was 6.79 that price being reached by two bunches each of which averaged over 1500 pounds. The supply of toppy butcher cows and heifers is still below the requirements of the trade one lot of that class that averaged 1009 pounds bringing 6.25 per hu...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 3 April 1902

n STAYER o WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 31902. NO. 3. R. M. PEELER & Land Agents CANYON CITY CO. TEXAS Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. ON THE ROAD. Editor Stayer. Soon after leaving Plainview on my way to Tulia I came to the burut district and for miles the prairie was black with ashes. The lire is said to have been started by a "new comer." Of course the stranger on the Plains cannot realize the awful destruction that may fol- low his carelessness with fire during a high wind. The only excuse he can offer is "I didn't know it was loaded." Soon after getting into the progressive little town of Tulia I found people who wanted their names on The Stayer subscrip- tion list. Mr. J. A. Huckabee was very busy sharpening plow shares in his well kept black- smith shop but found time to stop and subscribe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 3 April 1902

THE STAYER. Entered nt Hit- post office nt Can- you Texas na second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson U. (.'. V. .I. R. If. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCK1PTION. Gne Year $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVEKNOK. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. Y. J. Luna. Tin- Passion Flay a beautiful drama descriptive of the life of Christ an presented every ton years in the little village of Oberaiumergnu Ba- varia will be shown in a series of life like steroptleun views at the school house tomorrow night. A rare treat is iu store for those who attend. A very small fee for admittance will be charged only 15. At that price none should miss it. Visiting cards 50'' for 50 cards do not print 25 for 25i'. We My big Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries and invite the people of Randall and surrounding coun- ties to call and inspect my goods before buying elsewhere. I will carry at all times a full line of Dry Goods ClOthing Boots Shoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 3 April 1902

WRIGHT TRANSACTIONS. Easter has come and gone and brought frost and ice with it. We are afraid the fruit was all killed. Farmers are busy planting corn some have made gardens others are waitiDg for spring. Dont know when that will be. Professor Willett has sold out the phone line to Messers. Joe Murphy of Stephenville Texas and L. M. Faulkner of Wright. Mr. Ferd Faulkner is moving back to the Plains' He has been living at Stephenville. Mr. Terry's brother and his daughter have come to the Plains to live. Mr. Crawford is living on the George Hush section. There is a new house going up north of of Mr. Ben Rush. Have not heard who will occupy it. John McCune is putting out a nice orchard of ten acres most- ly apples. Several others have given Mr. S. II. Baker order for fruit trees. The Plains are coming to the front. We understand that the trial of Beaumont oil for fuel at Plainview was a complete fail See our beautiful wedding Ktutbui- ery. ure so I guess we will continue to use coal ...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 3 April 1902

WILLOW SPRINGS RANCH. Channing Tex. Mar. '26 1902. Daihart Sun: It may interest some of your readers to know that beef steers can be fed and finished as cheaply in Hartley county and in fact all the up- per Panhandle as in any locali- ty further north. No country can beat ours for kaftir corn. Kaffir corn yields more fatten- ing food per acre than corn does. I have the testimony of farmers in Iowa that kaffir corn when fodder and grain is considered. yields far more feeding value than does corn. One Iowa Short- horn breeder who has tested kaflir corn for the past three years says he would give more for ten acres of kaffir corn than for twentyfive acres for feeding purposes. I am making a feed- ing experiment on the Willow Springs ranch this wiuter. I am feeding and finishing the first two cars of steers ever fed in Hartley county. I have fed In this issue will ln found the an- nouncement of W. J. Luna for re- election tn the. office of tax assessor. He is now nerving his first term ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 10 April 1902

r rrnTTTT7 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FA RMING. ' VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 10 1902. NO. 4. r R. M. PEELER Land Agents CANYON CITY CO. TEXAS Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Troperty. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. Easter Chimes. On Easter day she went to dnm li Drowsed in the latest style With newest Town mid bonnet line. She Ktrutteil down llic aisle. She bowed and mailed at every one Her head perched in the air: She thought that all the eyes an mini At her alone would stare. Behind her came her better half No Kinilu was on Ids face; He neither looked to right or left I5ut walked with measured pace. To no one did he say a word liut sat quite grum ami still Ilirt only thought how in the world He'd pay that heavy bill. KANSAS CITY STOCK REPORT. Kansas City Stock Yard April 5 l'Ji-. Kansas City prices have scored such a steady advance that the slight reaction yester- day was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 10 April 1902

THE STAYER. Entered at the post office at Can- yon Texan as second class mail matter. Ofliclal organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson. U. 0. V. . Mrs. A'. If- Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 50 AD J 'KR n$l. ; R. 1 7'FS. Locals JO cents per line for the first insertion 5 cents each su Isco vent insertion . Display ods one inch $1.00 per month liberal reduction for large ads. All candidates will le charged tlie very reasonable cash ftv of ."i.imi for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOK. Serjeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JPDGE. Hon. Ira "Webster. FOR TAX ASSF.SSOK. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF . TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long. FOR TREASURER. R. B. Kedkarn. Where you can buy nrv IfHHK Be sure to get my prices before you buy. I will SAVE YOU MONEY. You can buy goods cheaper from me than you have been buying them heretofore. Why is that? Because I learned to sell goods on d small margin and propose to continue the same way. niv matth ic riiirK QA I So GRAND COMBINAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 10 April 1902

THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE CANYON MERCANTILE C9. Wright .Pick-ups. How are you all by tins time? The wind still blows and no rain yet but the grass is com- ing all the same; the lakes are all drying up and the cattle will soon begin to suffer. Don't think Mr. Frost got all the peaches but he may visit us again as it is not to late for him. Some sickness in the commu- nity. Mrs. Moore's little girl is sick with something like congestion. Several have lagrippe and colds. A. L. Criswell is back on the Plains moving to Dickens coun- ty from the Indian Territory. Looking for Fred Faulkner every day to come in He will locate some four miles south- west of Tulia. Mr. Terry has just come in from an extended tour over the greater part ot Texas and he says the Plains is the linest country he has ever seen any- where. Numbers of people would come if they could get homes. It is such a pity that people want homes and can't get them. We hear of several old sol- diers coming to the Reunion at Dalla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 10 April 1902

a M IS ff5 fc.! (H is 1 e P i i 1 s In mind that we are the on v i k is ft ?! j STOCK NEWS. i FT a S. Iubee and R N. Page will make another shipment of I X. o . "no -fattt ned "cattle to market about the 12th. ! .1. I I'ope reports his cattle in Hall county doing well except : for .( few deaths from blackleg. Ik- is now on a trade to sell his jyoarlirgs and speyed heifers. i John .Volesworth acting for Peters & Shumate of Eskridge j Kas. bought from Manager J. A. Woodward of the VV ranch in iGray county. 5K0 -1-jvar-old steers at p. t. Chas.. Derrick w -turned Saturday from Seymour and Dundee ! where he has bem on duty as an inspector for the State Sanitary i Commission He reports cattle having wintered v;-ry badly. A sale which has not ben reported but which occurred about ;;;! days sinoe is tli it of V. 0. Culw II to 11. 15. Ileame 100 head i of stock cattle at $11 for calves :G for coming twos and 20 for cows. j L. 11. Davenport while up fn-m Ids Hall count' ranch Saturday i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 17 April 1902

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RM! N G. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 171902. NO. 5. MJKS.'.U'.T U-M.-P R. H. PEELER Land Agents CANYON CITY TEXAS Handle Larjre and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections villi running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. KANSAS CITY STOCK REPORT. Kansas City Stock Yards April li Hi'1-. Receipts of cattle continue very light and prices lo ad- vance. The increase in prices was very general and was dis- tributed to all classes with the light butcher weights of either sex showing a triile the most strength. The top this week and for the season was scored today by Charles Butler of Frankford Kansas who market ed 18 head of steers that weig calved December ."rd 18. bred by Judge U. 1?. Walts of Fay- ette. Jlo. His sire Ren Donald No. r!-0 owned by W. II. Cur- tis. Eminence Kentucky. His dam Loyaia nl No. 1715S1 owned by Judge Watts. Two years ago last March. Mr. C. 11. Reynolds sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 17 April 1902

THE STAYER. Entered at the post onice Can- yon Texas as second class mail matter. Onicial orpin of Camp Stout-wall Jackson U. ('. V. . Mrs. 12. If. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year Six months.. .$1.00 . JO AD J 'J-KTSJ.W UTS. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion o cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch $1.00 per month. Liberal redaction for large ads. All candidates will be clinrtred the very reasonable cash foe of $.".00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanliam. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. II. Wallace. FOR COUNTY CLERIC. J. II. Garrison. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF Jc TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long. E. A. Upfolcl. FOR TREASURER. R. B. Red f earn. M. C. Chamlee k Company will now sell you anything you want in the way of Watches Clocks and Jewelry of every description. Come and see us when you want anything in the Jewelry line. ANDERSON Where you can buy Dry Goods Millinery Be sure to get m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 17 April 1902

c Was the wisest man that ever lived. He said "there is nothing new under the sun" but he died before he had an opportunity to see J. A. NEW or he would have known better. From.an ELEGANT SILK DRESS PATERN to a BALL OF TAPE We have it ALL. The Latest Styles Most Beautiful Colorings etc. in fact it would take the WHOLE STAYER to enumerate the many good things we have to show the Public. Come and see and be assured that we are indeed the SAMPLES AND PRICES CHEERFULLY Furnished S School Entertainment. An entertainment will be given by the school children at the school building1 Friday evening' April 18 beginning' at 8:15 p. tn. The program will consist of recitations and a Can- tata "The Little Gypsy." The proceeds are to be used for the school library. All patrons and friends are invited to attend. Admission 15 and 25 cents. It is understood a proposition will be submitted to the people of Canyon City to bore for an artesian well. We feel sure it would be the most profitable in- vestm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 17 April 1902

CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST. Iteguhir Herviee for Canyon City li?t and :ird Sunday .'it 11 o'clock n. m. and 7 p. in. At Tnlia 2nd Sunday and at I'.uln -1th Sunday in each month. Sntid.iy school ;it Cnnyon every Sund.iy morning at 1(1 o'clock Junior mid Senior l'pwurtli leagues at I':"!) and ?:'V . ni.. res- pectively rraycr meeting every Thursday night. F. eryliody invited to attend these services. Kf.v. .1. V.. Sti i'ukns Pastor. BAPTIST. Services at Canyon City on the second and third Sundays of each month at 11 a.m. and at 7 p. m. Also at Tnlia on the fourth Sunday of each month morning at night and at 11 o'clock on the day before. Iti:v. .1. T. l'.r n.vr.TT. Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday nights at Canyon City. Sunday school at Canyon City each Sunday at b o'clock a. in. PRESBYTERIAN. Treadling at Canyon City every 4th Sunday m inium- at 11 o'clock and at night at the M-thod!t church. ! I'.rv. I". Jl. Mosi.r.v Pastor j CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN j Preaching eviry third Sunday mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 24 April 1902

r f1 a m s j A 1 Mb 1 V WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOGK-F ARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 24 1902. NO. 6. R. M. PEELER Land Agent CANYON CITY Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. The cattle sale last week was one of great importance to this country. The bidders were few and the cattle were of exceptionally line breeding. The man who needed and was prepared to buy cattle to improve his herd lost a most ex- cellent opportunity. There was certainly a great contrast be- tween this sale and the one that took place about a year ago at Childress. Here everything was quiet and orderly the cattle brought but small prices and not near all of them were sold. There the whiskey was freely used and prices went high and all the cattle sold. This is certainly a sad commentary on the cat- tlemen of this country. The parties interested in the sale at Childre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 24 April 1902

THE STAYER 0scar IIunt & ComPany liave the most beautiful and com plete assortment of furniture of all kinds ever shown in Western Texas aud the greatest of all is they sell it cheap. Knti.reil nt llienosf nlfii'o lit lim foil. Texas a second class mail UlitLiei. t Official organ uf Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. A. '. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 10 ants per live far the first insirtian 5 cents each subsegvt nt insertion. Display ads one inch $1.00 per vunth. liberal reduction for large ads. The stage going south from Canyou City now leaves after the mail comes in on the morn ing train. All candidates will be charged the very reasonable cash fee of $.1.1H) for each Announcement. FOR COVERNOK. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. II . II. Wallace. FOR COUNTY CT.ERK. J. II. Garrison. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF & TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long. E. A. Upfold. FOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 24 April 1902

would never have discovered America had he not gone "out to sea" so please call and see J. A. WANSLEY & GO'S. Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes We have the best Shoes in the Panhandle. They are Custom Made and everyone new. OUR CUTTING AND DESIGNING is the Top Notch of Perfection. Misses Wilson and Palmer have charge of this department From an ELEGANT SILK DRESS PATERN to a BALL OF TAPE We have it ALL. The Latest Styles Most Beautiful Colorings etc. in fact it would take the WHOLE STAYER to enumerate the many good things we have to show the Public. Come and see and be assured that we are indeed the SAMPLES AND PRICES CHEERFULLY Furnished MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY. AMERICAN SALTBUSHES. (Farmers' Bulletin No. 10S by 1". ISeverkltfe Kenedy I'll. I). IT. S. Dept. of A Shad scale (Atripkx cancsccns). A robust shrubby perennial from 4 to 10 feet high native of the high valleys and plains of Wyoming Nevada Arizona New Mexico and Western Texas. The small narrow gray-green leaves and youn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 24 April 1902

Alfalfa. r; A bulletin from the United States department of agricul- ture says: Alfalfa is one of the best soiling crops. It may be fed in this way ff better ad- vantage than if the stock are pastured on the Meld. Cattle and sheep cannot be safely pas- tured on alfalfa particularly when it is young and tender or after there has been a heavy dew or rain. They are always liable to bloat if fed with green or wet alfalfa. Hogs and horses are not affected in this way. There are losses of sheep ar.dj cattle from tympanitis hoven j or bloat as it is called every j vear and although a herd may go through an entire season j without loss it i never perfect-; ly safe to pasture stock on alfal-j fa. My proper arrangement ot:i the feeding pens and corrals j alongside or near the field thej method of soiling: that is mow- j ing the alfalfa and feeding it in partially wilted condition is a! cheap and perfectly safe one. ; The additional cost and labor of cutting the crop and hauling it to the feed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 1 May 1902

4. STAYER. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 1 1902. NO. 7. K Y i R. M. Land CANYON CITY Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. Oscar Hunt & Company carry a full line of caskets and all undertaking supplies. An ex- pert embalmer is always ready to answer calls promptly. It will be remembered that something like a year ago at the invitation of Governor Sayers and the legislature the Merchant's Association of New York and the Chamber of Com merce sent a committee consist- ing of thirty representative business men of that city to visit Texas in order that they might become better acquainted with our people and possibili- ties with a view of investing more capital here and helping to develop our state. The report of this committee has been published and is brim full of intensely interesting reading matter. We q...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 1 May 1902

THE STAYER. Entorod at the post olliee at Can- yon Texas as hocoinI class mail timttor. Ofttdal orgnu of (.'amp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. R. If'. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCUIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion 5 cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. All candidate will he cliarpred the very reasonable cash fee. of $.1.00 for each nnnouueement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JL'DGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. FOR COUNTY CLERK. J. H. Garrison. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF i TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long-. E. A. Upfold. FOR TREASURER. R. B. Redfearn. M. C. Cbamlee & Company will now sell you anything j-ou want in the way of Watches Clocks and Jewelry of every description. Come and see us when you want anything in the Jewelry line. COME TO THE "ANDERSON'S CANYON CITY TEXAS Where you can buy Dry Go...

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