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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 June 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 12. 10O0. VDT T LOCH & iK; LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. FrrioM Train Wreck. .t.. n!a i ;: I r.l jii' i ; 1 i ol the 'iride.e o:i the Pale M l . . 1 : . ! i i ' : ' . i" portion .: i; !' !;'! ViV uvl I... md. !b. ivj ir.' ami .i i ort .' o! t !u' t ra t u s.nu ';:. t -i .."; m " no ' n iu -1. an NM- n when 'MbpTl 'U'r ;M llJI"'"M's ;n:il 1" "!V: ':".' M'in cattle cars loaded iV urain crop ran I"' c;t ami shock VVm!i r;ljiroui tj. :I!U other on 4X ' V. . . k I--. I .i . . ( en. iiiii uii ut Mini i i i i" tn!(.tjlin material. r;iii;i' nil- 'l'"'jri'r hoi:l.l this done and (.ul(l ;UU imIKhI i!..viH!; lnh then perhaps we ma tah ot linj p Ki 1 1 Tur 1 1 n : 1 1 i '1 vos into Vol WILL AITKLV1ATK j want hi: another rain. .kimllinj: w.khI. The track was; THK CllAKM i I 1 " of our summer furniture when you see. Vou will realize its cool comfort when it is in in your own homo. Dr. and Mrs. Ingham Entertain. 'Mi. Inirham demonst rated wrenched out of shape and the repairs ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

Canyon City New VOL XII. i CANYON CITY NEWS Published Every Friday lly (TlJoTTliKAN DON Kntrinl nt Tostolllro nt Caiiyon Texan nx Srt onil Class Matter. Ortire of 1'iibl lent ion Went KvHyn StreH. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiratioii of 1 1 ino paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Count u $1.00 One Year out of Count u ... .25 Six months 75 Two months 25 ! ANNOUNCEMENTS i i For Prvsiilunt WILLIAM .JENNINGS PRYAN For District Attorney A. A. LUMPKIN HENRY. S BISHOP 15. II. BAKKK For County Judye A. S. ROLLINS A. N. IIKN'SOX. re-election For County Attorney R. A. SOWDER W. 1). SCOTT For County and District Clerk .1. A. TATE re-election. MARVIN P. GARNER For Slierlfr and Tax Collec tor It. H. SAN FORD SAM P.. LOFTON II. .1. CAVKT . For County Treasurer C. P. 1IUTCIIINGS P. II. YOUNG. S. V. WIRT re-election For County Assessor JOE FOSTER i re-election I For County Commissioner and Jus- tice of tlu Peace Prec. No. 1 JOHN ROWAN W. J. REDFEARN JOHN A. WALLACE For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

CANYON CITY NSW8 JUNE 10 1000 ITOWN 5 COUNTY: alone ill pioe t lie tint h of 1hi The Methodist Revival. County Court. along tlx quarter lli U kamu'iI by I.. T. I .enter and two oilier loN tin property of noii roi John. Mr. le1or i mire to .ludgo I tendon I i n u lill unable Ciinimeiiced Mond.iv morning. ! iuiai imi iniii ii Mini n TIUT UAH ll HI II ltT . clear and 1 hi. lion lio run "p i to it " L. 1 1 nnt a v lio w ill :it i I ii 1 to not out. tlii' Canyon City bir elected .1. C Hunt iih peeial judge to servo until such t i 1 1 1 us Commissioners" Court. The four county commission ors t ho county judge leing still confined on account of si( kness. are tins week wrestling with the knotty problems presented by the new "full rendition" law. As officers and as citizens the individuals composing this court are well known .is to their re- spect for law and for their per- Sunday morning . A. I' IoVerv beiran the Methndist re iv.d ti.eetitli:. He has conducted !n M " "f " " sen ice morr.in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

8 OANYON CITY NEWS JUNE 19. 1900. 215 7 your More Days SALE OF ALL SPRING GOODS. Until Tuesday night June 23 we are going to offer some of the best values ever offered the people of Randall county. This is the month before invoicing time so rather than carry over goods we will cast profits to the four winds. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. This sale will be for cash onlynot thirty days but spot cash. At the prices we are giving you we positively cannot charge goods. To our customers who cannot take advantage of our special sale we will charge goods at regular prices. No goods will be exchanged after being out over two days so please don't ask us to vary from this rule. The dry goods deparment will be closed from noon Friday until Saturday morning in or derto prepare for this sale. Every item you find mentioned below will be sold just as ad vertisedwe believe you have always found us to do this. Don't forget the date but come first and get the pick before the stock is broken. Dress Goods All ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 10. WOO. TOWN 5 COUNTYj Palo Ouro Park Action. I'l MiiIIM( Mtl lHIN THAT COM IMt 111 It r'TIJO w. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. The weather for the p it wee'w ha Iwon. in tin in iih. ilry and v;inn; jiint the tiling for small C. N. Harrison & Co. INSURANCE AGENTS MissLa Word returned lat wvk from Waxahachie. .1. W. Pipkin of Plainview was in town Tuesday ami Wednesday. R. (5. Oldham ami family re- turned from Plainview Monday. H. Hicks came back Tues- day from his trip to Stephenvillo. Ho says his mother is no bettor. Mrs. C. X. Harrison re home last week from he visit to her relatives at Hutto. Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Groves returned from their Silverton visit the tirst of the week ' n Migget Ion of Congressman Stoplyjns a it ii'ii't nias. meet ing wan hold t the courthouse Wednesday morning for the pur ix.seof selecting and sending a grain and the liaresting is now We represent tin must responsible I usui'an.o ( 'ompanies doing delegate to the Internal improve mont ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 19. 1900. Cash Sale nine 1 Now Going On aftffiSCT ? t .... Closin July 1st Incorporating and changing from the Canyon Mercantile and Hardware Co. to "The Canyon Mercantile Co." we shall begin invoicing on July 1st. Prior to that time or during the balance of this month we are in for Sweeping Reductions in many departments. The goods we offer here are not old shelf worn or shoddy stuff but clean fresh new merchandise much of it of the very best makes on the market. Think over these prices and ask to see the goods. Ladies Skirts Etc. Black sateen petticoats all sizes and good quality worth $2.50 now $1.95 ' White linen and duck skirts good material and just right for warm weather. Regular- $2.50 Skirts at $1.78 3.00 44 1.98 5.00 44 .3.68 White brilliantine skirts made of extra quality material worth $6 now $4.38 'mm Brilliantine and Panama skirts in black blue and fancy mixtures regular price $5 to $6 now $3.98 Black Panama and fancy all wool mixtures cheap at $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 June 1908

CANYON CITY NKWQ. JUNE 10 1000. ' j r i H YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE CHARM of our summer furniture when you see. You will realize its cool comfort when it is in use in your own home. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FOR THE SUMMER with furniture of our providing. Cover vour floor with matting in stead of hot-looking carpets or rugs. You can do all this and more at a reasonable expense if you make your selections here. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. Northwestern Title Co. Complete Abstract of All Randall County Projvrty R. A. TERRILL. MANAGER CARDS PROFESSIONAL D. M. STEWART Ipbysician aito Surocon Office iii Wallaee Building over A. II. Thompson' Drugstore. Callt: promptly answered niirht ordaj Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEOh Otlii-e Thompson's Drug Store. F.M. Wilson M.D. Physician & Surgeon int: CITY PHARMACY. ('alls anverel promptly nay or nii;nt. Residence Phone No. Vi. R. A. SOWDER Attorney-atlaw and Notary. Complete Abstracts of Randall County Lands. Otlice Over Canyon Supply ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1908

New VOL XII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1908. NO. 13 Canyon City Kl Iromrs Phillips liif 6)m lai THE PLAINS OF TEXAS As Seen by a Sioux City News- paper Man. STORY TOLD BY AN IOWA MAN Character of Soil. Water. Rain Fall. Field Crops. Vegetables and Pos- sibilities in General. Ed F. Corbin connected with the Fanners' Tribune Sioux City Iowa who was here about thetirst of this month with his wife on a trip to see and get data concerning the Panhandle coun- try writes his paper as follows: We have frequently heard it said that the young man of today does not have the opportunities for money making that were en- joyed by our fathers and grand- fathers. We have just returned from an extensive trip through the Panhandle and South Plains country of Texas. We went there for the purpose of ascertaining the desirability of farmers buy- ing homes in that section. While in that magniticent country it oc- curred to us that were it possi- ble for those who are pessimistic with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1908

V CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 26. 190B. Given Satisfaction. Our customers have appreciated the sweep- ing reductions given in our June Cash Sale. To them in the way of value and to us in the matter of CASH this sale has given satisfaction. Sale Still On. This is still injiist asadvertisedand will con tinue until next Wednesday July 1. Oeering Harvesters Deering machinery as a whole has been so favor- ably known for years that it seems almost unneces- sary to call attention to its excellent features. The Secret of Deering Light Draft Good material unexcelled workmanship and a liberal equipment of famous DEERING ball and rol- ler bearings explain this mystery. Place Your Order in Time Success is governed to a marked degree to the promptness with which one acts and the harvesting business is no exception to this rule. Those having grain should avail themselves of the opportnnity of getting a DEERING before the supply is exhausted. We can supply you in DEERING PUSH Header Binders Ideal Binde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 26. 1908. IT0WN5 COUNTY; The Methodist Revival. I'KKHONAI AMI OTHKU MATTKItH THAT CONCICItN Ol'lt CtTIZKNH. ft ft Still a few weeds in evidence about town. Grady IMpkin went to Plain- view Tuesday. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Jett on Tuesday a girl. L. T. Lester took the Sunday evening train for Bovina. Geo. L. Abbott returned Mon- day from his trip to Haskell. Miss Groves left Saturday to attend the normal at Amarillo. Jack Hawley left Sunday for a trip down the Plainview branch Mrs. J. C. Coker is visiting her daughter at Vassar Oklahoma. Fred Luke left Saturday on a visit to home folks in Missouri. Mrs. O. C. Davis leaves this week to visit relatives at Panhan- dle. People should be very careful about tire this dry windy weather. Roy Cullum left last week on a few days visit to relatives at Min- eral Wells. T. C. Jennings and family re- turned from Lake Arthur N. M. last week. Mrs. N. Browning of Amarillo visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blan- ton last week. Miss Perry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 June 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JUNE 26. 1908. YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE CHARM of our summer furniture when you see. You will realize its cool comfort when it is in use in your own home. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FOR THE SUMMER with furniture of our providing. Cover your tioor with matting in- stead of hot-looking carpets or rugs. You can do all this and more at a reasonable expense if you make your selections here. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. Northwestern Title Co. Complete Abstract of All Randall County Property R. A. TERRILL. - MANAGER CARDS PROFESSIONAL D. M. STEWART pbpsician anfc Surocon Office in "Wallace Btiildiujr over A. II. Thompson's Drug Store. Calls promptly answered nitfht onlay LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEOS Office Thompson's Drug store. F.M. Wilson M.D. Physician S: Surgeon OKI U K CITY I'HARMACV. ("alls atiswereil promptly day (jr nltit. Ii.'sileiice Phone No. 4;. The picture very well illus- trates the feelings of the average native about the noon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

Canyon City New VOL XII. Bryan and the Presidency j "Cross of Gold and Crown of Thorn"- How a Wonderful Speech Wort a Presidential Nomination .'. 1' Mr. WHIUm Uy ROBERTUS LOVE. Copyright. I9"S. by Itobertus Love. WHEN the Democratic national convention met at Chicago In lsyt; one of the delegates from Nebraska was William Jennings Bryan a young man of thirty-six a private citizen of the city of Limolu. His prior political career comprised two terms in congress. He had been his party nominee for a Unit- ed States senatorship In a Republican legislature. The national Democracy had broken away from Grover Cleveland whom It had elected president twice and who was then in office. The split was on the money question. Cleveland had called a special session of congress to repei I the silver bullion purchasing net The mass of the party stood for the free coinage of silver chiefly at the ratio of in to 1. The Cleveland wing stood for the siDgle gold stand- WILLIAM J. HRTAN IN 1896. "You shall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS JULY 3 1900. Jtuls c ome In ONE CAR LOAD OF VEHICLES ONE CAR LOAD IMPLEMENTS These goods are of the best make. They were bought rightas cheap as anybody buys from a reliable manufacturer. We obtained car lot prices and paid through car freight. This enables us to sell them as cheap as you can buy anywhere. Our object is to dis pose of them quick and to do so we are going to make our prices as low as any dealer can make them and live at all. If in the market or going to be for anything in this line come and see what we have and the price we will make you before buying. u L . j THE IMPLEMENTS are of the John Deere make and- THE VEHICLES are the Velie and John Deere make. I consist of Low Wagons Disc Harrows Sod Plows They are just right for this climate and are so A Gam? PIowSf SuIky PIowSi FieId RoIlers Drag constructed as to require practically no repairs. Harrows and such like. We have Buggies Surrevs Hacks Runabouts and we " . . . have them with steel tires rubber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 3. fSOS. New Courthouse Information. Tin; contractor II. G. Kirscli was on hand Monday and lie in- formed The News reporter that work on the new courthouse would now be rushed. Sheriff S lover has the contract to fur- nish the sand and gravel and lie in his own proper person began hauling the same on Tuesday. Tuesday the work of tearing down the Hues and vault in the old courthouse was begun the records being taken to the vaults of the Canyon National Hank. Tuesday also McAllister who has the contract for the remova of the old courthouse got to work putting his jackscrews under the building. It is to be moved straight north from its present site far enough so as not to interfere with the street the Hues rebuilt the vault restored and then it will be occupied as now until the new courthouse is complete and ready for entry The job of removal as here stated together with its preparation for use as here given is estimated to cost the county some $500. Some think t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 3. 1900. ITOWN 3 COUNTY: l'KKKONAI. A N U OT1I t'.H M.ITTKHH THAT CONCKKN Ol It C1TI7.HNS. Next week is excursion week. Dijrjrinp on tho now court liouso foundation. C. M. Hardin of Amarillo was ;i visitor in town Wednesday. I. L. Hunt and family went to theC. C. club grounds Monday. T. A. Goffer and family of Am- arillo visited Judge and Mrs. Henson Sunday. One of T. C. Thompson's child- ren. Clarence has been ill some two weeks with typhoid fever. On their return of a tour of the Lubbock country Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Kimbro of Taylor stopped over Sunday with Travis Shaw's wife and baby. This week brings Jno Knight with a stalk of rhubarb the leaf of which measured 20x23 inches. Wade Stephenson's was lrx'22. Both were planted this spring. Rains Lightning Damage at Tulia. The News is indebted to "Cen- tral" for the information that on Wednesday night a big rain fell HAPPY ITEMS. T. Williamson went to Tulia Monday on business. K. Clemmer was a Canyon call- er Mond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

OANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 3 f08. jTOWN 5 COUNTYj O I'KUSOV.U. AMI OTIII.lt MATTICIIH . I II T niVi'KIIV Oil! CtTIZKNS. W. T. Morcland w.is a business visitor in town Saturday. President Slover of Clarendon College was a visitor in town one day last week. Miss Cora Reynolds returned last week from the Industrial college at Denton. Mrs. Hitchox and daughter of Claude visited Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Gamble last week. Mrs. George of Waxahachie is here this week visiting her sister Mrs. E. II. Ackley. Mrs. R. W. Morgan represent- ing the Amarillo Daily Panhan- dle was in town Tuesday. Rev. Harder and wife left last week on a visit to relatives at Gainesville and other points. Mrs. G. M. Swink of Dallas is visiting her sisters Mrs. W. P. Heller and Mrs. John Knight. John Watts of Huckabay visit- ed relatives here John A. "Wallace and family the first of the week. Miss Mamie Conner returned home last week from Waco where she has been attending Hay lor college. Joel Preslar has been ailing for two...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 July 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 3. 1908. ' f i N; im wirTtS jrf n ' i i- YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE CHAKM of our summer furniture when you mv. You will realize its cool comfort when it is in use in your own home. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FOR THE SUMMER with furniture of our providing. Cover your tloor with matting in- stead of hot-looking carpets or rugs. You can do all this and more at a reasonable expense if you make your selections here. THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. Northwestern Title Co Complete Abstract of All Randall County Proi?rty R. A. TERRILL. - MANAGER CARDS PROFESSIONAL. D. M. STEWART IPbysician nrrt Surocon 1ii- ii. Wallace Building over A. II. Thompson's Drug: Store. Calls promptly answered night or day Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON " i?i - Thompson's Drug St . !-' F.M. Wilson M.D. Physician S: Surgeon on h k CITY PHARMACY. 'al- an wn-d promptly nay or night. Ksi It-no- Pli'iiH- N. 4-. R. A. SOWDER Attnrney-at-Law and Notary. '"onipU-t"' Alst i-.ii ts of Randall County ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 10 July 1908

Canyon New VOL XII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1908. NO. 15 City Reiser Srofhers Phillips Buy Faille Lenee The Early life of W. J. Bryan His Birth. Boyhood a.nd First Years In Law and Politics .'. His Credit- able Career In Congress and His Work In Journalism Ria BiiihpUee S!em. III. H Dy ROHERTUS LOVE. Copyright. l by Robertas Love. 11 hps spoken face to faco be yond nil (iiu'stion to more hearers than has any other man in the world's history" Bays one who traveled with William Jennings Bryan during (In presiden- tial campaigns of isi; and VMH) and there is no doubt as to the truth of the statement. The purpose of this article is briefly to sketch the life of Mr. Bryan up to the age of thirty-six. when lie was nominated ly the I eniocratic party for the presidency of the United States. It is a life possible only to American pol- itics and whether or not Mr. Bryan shall reach the presidency it is an in- teresting chapter in I'nited States po- litical history. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 10 July 1908

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY W. 19QB. Come A- In JKLS ONE CAR LOAD OF VEHICLES ONE CAR LOAD IMPLEMENTS These goods are of the best make. They were bought rightas cheap as anybody buys from a reliable manufacturer. We obtained car lot prices and paid through car freight. This enables us to sell them as cheap as you can buy anywhere. Our object is to dis pose of them quick and to do so we are going to make our prices as low as any dealer can make them and live at all. If in the market or going to be for anything in this line come and see what we have and the price we will make you before buying. TTHE IMPLEMENTS are of the John Deere make and consist of Low Wagons Disc Harrows Sod Plows ...v. - - - Gang Plows Sulky Plows Field Rollers Drag constructed as to require practically no repairs. Harrows and such like. We have Buggies Surreys Hacks Runabouts and we CAWW . u- i have them with steel tires rubber tires cut-unders and HARNESS-SADDLES. In buying a vehicle perhaps regular bodies tops and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 10 July 1908

i X CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 10 1908. KSSSSS3S T J i . rfiir AlLIIgo A- i H INLY SSgflliAv. V-:1.-1-. .'-.J fiyit.UU.U.LyjUMwy-M 3ES Beginning tomorrow Saturday July 11 and continuing until the first day of August we are going to offer some unusual bargains in staple goods. Look at the following prices and be convinced: Lawns and Batiste All Lawns Uatiste Organdies Silks etc. go in this s;ih N l oi' Lawns ;iml 1 Jatisto al .Tie n- " - " M-:;c I2r " u IC ir.c " He - l.V -" " " " L'Oc Organdies ' sillc organdies in blur with silver stripe :iOr of ni-oandy i'J -iV -"( oc -' l.V. iv " i oc- Wliite Waistings - oO. :ir and -10c white waistings all go in this salt' at .... 22 -2c Silks ."0 and t'.Dc .silk tissues at. . . ;V.)c 00c Tokiti silks at 42 1-lc Guaranteed taffota silks in black blue brown and gray J!0 and 'M inches wide worth Sl.lV) all go in this sale at l.V. V and l0: wash silks in all col- ors at ;jic 7.V novelty silk waistings at "0c si novelty sillc waist ingsgoat 00c Sl.L'.'t...

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