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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 1 May 1902

COLUMBUS would never have discovered America had he not gone "out to sea", so please call and see J. A. WANSLEY & CO'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 Perfectiou. 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 S H flly MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY. R E 1(502. good fine of a some people disappointed Beverly Briefs. Beverly, April 25, At last we have had a rain and everybody in spirits over the prospects good crop this year. The grass is green and grow ing fast in this part of the coun try and the old cows are mend ing up considerably on i...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 1 May 1902

DRS. DODSOW 5 LEWIS, DENTISTS, Amarillo. Texas, Ir. U'wIh will be at Canyon City, May Ll'nd, 2lrd find 'J Mi, 1W2. O'DELL & STEWART, pbgsician anfc Surgcone, Office over Hadley Dnnr Company' Culls promptly answered night or day DR. J. ED. CRAWFORD pb?sician artf Surgeon. 1'ntronage of tin people of Canyon City and surrounding country res pectfully solicited. Office at Canyon Drug Company. H. T. CLARK, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. GENERAL PRACTITIONER. lHsenses of women and children a specialty. Culls promptly answered. Office and residence at ranchon. Swisher county THE CANYON MERCANTILE C2 Have no comment to make on any body else's business methods. We will treat you right and sell you Goods as Cheap as any body else. Our motto is "There is nothing: too good for our patrons." EU Geo. 3. parsons, GENERAL PRACTITIONER. Answers all calls day or night. Office in the Canyon City Pharmacy. CANYON CITY. TEXAS. Oscar Hunt's store is filled to overflowing with elegant and up-to-date fur...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 22 May 1902

STAYER. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22,1902. NO. 10.- Commencement. The first annual commence ment of the Canyon High School was held at the Methodist church Monday evening-, May 19, 1902. In honor of the occa sion, the church was draped in the class colors, white and blue. The class motto, "Not Finished Just Begun," was arranged in appropriate manner. The program was opened with prayer by Rev. C. M. Lotton. Then the school sang "Merrily Sing" with so much spirit that every one knows they enter their vacation with a peaceful conscience over a year of school duties faithfully performed. In the execution of a piauo solo, "Jeunesse Doree, " Mrs. M. J. Overhuls fully sustained her reputation as a musician of high order. The recitation, "The King's Picture, " given by Belle Sbot- well, contained some good thoughts and was well received by an appreciative audience. Minnie Donohoo and Rose Bratton rendered a piano duet "Pandora 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. — 22 May 1902

da v. mate the a'vful mistake that cost him. his life by not stopping to look and sec, so please call and see fin). Texas, as m-v..:C e!:is ir;' lil.Utt!-. Aii ijvi' witness relate? the . ; j-.. as the substance of a 1 A OII!,:m I ill-' :i :i ,f !'::!. ) S i ' ! ; JncUso'). I. '. v. recent triii at Portales. N. M - vrlunv tun co vboys luid ;i Mrs.?. J! . M ':; ;i. tailor : 0ne ll!o;uu.d guiltv. tin? other one determined to resist the; r Ttf S I Vt" & KW Q j O SIlOPQ charge and declined to employ i jL k V IjdOUk !AA?t J.JL JSiWO si v..-v::i:t;.m. t i a ivycr but defended himself. We have the best Shoes in the Panhandle. i.u- 'u.y i ' th 't v'e wore p';.vir." cards and a ns g c vuuvvm ujjiv,. r r va w-a. .w w Six LO'.-UIS l I --!:!s i.f! li'iC j the witness i-ox and prooeei.eti iii ss-.jivtar.ee as follows' J Dv-fe;uhuif Is it no: a fact ! il !':!(' (It'i- Ail I'.ii:'.'! .;- - :. ' i !':" l):-D:un-t vouroarandTciusloUR CUTTING AND DESIGNING is the loi .Note;: c) t'errecticn. .li"s...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 22 May 1902

K -- The democrats of Kandall county are called to meet in con vention at the court house on May Jlst at 1 o'clock p. rn. for the purpose of sending dele gates to the state and various district conventions and to de term i ne whether they will, at later date, make nominations r county ohices, or not. A. Campi.kli., Chairman D. E. C. 11. C. Texas. -Rev. H. M. Bandy, Christian minister, wiil begin a protracted meet ii on Saturday nij;ht be fore the fourth Sunday in May and continue a week or ten days at the Baptist church in Canyon City. Miss Vashti Boren, recently of Tulia, died at Portales Thurs day evening, May L'i, about twenty-four liours after an oper ation for appendicitis had been performed. A more extended notice will appear next week. Not i co. To the editor of The Stayer. Will you kindly announce through your paper that the Holiness people will hold a tent or shed meeting at Plainview beginning July 10th and run till the 12 Ll i for which time we have secured 'he services o...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 22 May 1902

UOODCHEEK'S REMEDY. Feel all out of glitter, do you? Nothing goes to suit you, quite? Skies seem sort of dark and clouded Though the day is fair and bright? Eyes effected -fail to notice Beauty spread on every hand? Hearing so impaired you're missing Songs of promise, sweet and grand? No, your case is not uncommon- Tis a popular distress; Though 'tis not at all contagious, Thousands have it, more or less; But it yields to simple treatment, And is easy, quite, to cure; If you follow my directions, Convalescence, quick, is sure. Take a bit of cheerful thinking, Add a portion of content, And, with both, let glad endeavor, Mixed with earnestness, be blent, These with care and skill compounded, Will produce a magic oil That is bound to cure, if taken With a lot of honest toil. If your heart is dull and heavy, If your hope is pale with doubt, Try this wondrous Oil of Promise, For 'twill drive the evil out. Who will mix it? Not the druggist From the bottles on his shelf; The ingredients re...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 29 May 1902

i $ -d WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 29,1902. NO. 11. DIED. At Portales, N. M, May' 22nd. Louisa Vashti, beloved daugh ter of Enoch and Alvarena Bor en, passed to rest, aged 10 years, 4 months and 15 days. This beautiful bud will bloom into perfect beauty in Paradise. Hers was a pure white soul that had never known a blemish; gentle and tender, kind and true, modest and ladylike. She was beloved by every one who knew her. It was our pleasure to know her from childhood and we never knew her to speak un truthfully or unkindly of any one or harm any living creature, she would go out of her way to avoid stepping on the smallest of Gods creattires. She was a perfect house ket j?er; a devoted, dutiful and obedient daughter; a model sister and friend. So far as we know she had never united with any church but her religious principles were clear and firm, the golden rule gov erning her daily walk; the last day of her life she expressed ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 29 May 1902

THE STAYER. Entered at tlie post office nt Can yon, Texas, as second class mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Mrs. S. )V. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, $1.00 Six month 50 . ID 1 'RR T I SIX (i RA TKS. 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 candidates will bp charged the very reasonable cash fee of !?". 00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. II. H. Wallace. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. L. C. Lair. FOR COUNTY CI.ERK. J. II. Garrison. FOR TAN ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF .v: TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long. E. A. Upfold. FOR TREASURER. R. B. Eedfcam. For Sale'. Several head of good grade Durham milk cows'trom 35.00 to $50.00. Address, S. L. Long, Canyon City, Texas. Ranch 10 miles south of town. DIED. Mrs. Minerva Davis, mother of Mrs. Chamlee, died Tuesd...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 29 May 1902

Wayside. We had another fine rain last Wednesday which was refresh ing to the crops and grass. We learn that the hail has destroyed severa people's crops south of here. Mr. Luther Barnes has return ed from New Mexico where he purchased land. Messrs. Joe and Boly Mays spent last Saturday night with Fred Madison. Mr. Will Lemmons and wife spent last Friday with Mr. Mar vin McGehee. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Bradford is worse. Mr. Earnest Rice was the guest of Julius Pietzscli last Saturday night. Mr. Marvin McGehee had a mule to get badly cut on. the wire last week. Mrs. McSpadden spent last Thursday night at Mrs. Fish er's. No deaths nor marriages since we last wrote. Mr. Hugh Holland will be our next mail boy. He will start to carrying it in July. Mr. Jim Wilson 'has returned from Dallas. Mr. Marvin McGehee and wife spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sluter. Success to the Stayer. Jumbo. Beverly. Beverly, Texas, May, 23. We have had a few little showers but not enough rain ye...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 29 May 1902

RETRIBUTION. If there's something that you know about a brother, Something spiteful, something hurtful, you can say Then 1 beg you not to do it; You are very, sure to rue it, For it will react upon yourself some day. The injustice you inflict upon another, The Ingratitude you show unto a friend, Don't forget, on some tomorrow, Will return to you in sorrow; And will be repaid with interest in the end, MARRIAGE. Whom therefore God hath Joined to. get her, let not innu mt asunder. Don't imagine you can shirk a retribution; Do not think you escape a moral debt. He who tramples on his neighbor, He who grinds the face of labor, Can but reap a bitter harvest of regret. You may seek in craven fear for absolution, But your selfishness will render it in vain, If you think but of evasion For the evils you occasion, You will find the pain you give returned in pain. It is true the Master gave to the promise Of atonement for the sins of human-kind; But love is the only entrance To the kingdom of ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 5 June 1902

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5,1902. NO. 12. y J A Sad Accident. Last Saturday Mr. H.Buerger, his sister, Miss Laura, and Mr. W. M. Small were coming to town in a buggy, just as they got to the bridge on the Tierra Blanco about a mile from town the team, a wild one, became frightened, one of the horses reared and plunged until be fell on the buggy tongue, breaking it off; both horses then ran, pushing the broken tougue into the ground and turning the buggy over. Mr. Small was dragged some distance but not seriously hurt, Miss Laura was thrown out, badly shocked and frightened but not ' otherwise injured. Mr. Buerger's neck was broken by the fall and he was dragged about three hun dred yards before the harness in which he was tangled up gave way, leaving him still breath ing. He died before any assist ance could be rendered. This is a most deplorable affair. Mr. Buerger was a stranger here just a few weeks ago; but his frank,...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 5 June 1902

TO THE PUBLIC! I Want to announce that I have one of the largest stocks of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ever brought to the Plains, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing:, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Groceries. I want your trade and will treat you right and GUARANTEE to sell you your goods AS CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST. Come to see me if you want bargains in any of these lines. I have the goods and want to sell them, So come to see me and 1 will do the rest. Yours for Business, A. L. ANDERSON, T H THE STAYER. Entered at the post office nt Can yon. Texas, as eei-oml clans mail matter. Official organ of (.'amp .Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Mrs. R. W. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Yiar $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion, o cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. All candidates will he charged the very reasonable cash fee of $.".00 for each announcement. F...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 5 June 1902

Did you borrow thin paper? Have you paid for it? Do you get It lie cniiHO you have nu ndvertinonient In It? Does the editor send it to you complimentary or do you sneak It from Homebody eltto becnuno you are too Btinpy to pay for it. If either the llrst or lout, Xhi ashamed of your ac tions and don't do it aaln. The old thing 1h not worth reading any way, to you. If any of the other ways, which nro legitimate, read it ana welcome. Come round and tell the editor what news you know and how you like the paper, any way. Mrs. Wallace has our thanks for a nice lot of garden sans. If you want dry goods, clothing, Hhoes and groceries be sure and see Anderson. Mr. Farr, who lust 3'ear bought a place in Swisher county, eighteen miles from here, died last .Sunda.v from eerebrel hemorage. Dr. Odell was called but his case was hopeless from the first. Julian Bussett, of the N ranch, was in town tills week. Mr. H. C. Rogerson is now in Corpus Christi. Any one wish ing to corrrspond with him can a...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 5 June 1902

BURTOHlflGO CO., Successors to Trnnw uroT i iinjinrn nn ItltHT-WCOl LUIVIDtlf uu. Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Blinds Etc. EVERYTfllllG CARRIED Ifi fffST CLjSS LUMBEff YARD. CAXYOX CITY, TEXAS. We have several parties wish ing to buy ranches from 4 to 0, 8, 10 and 13 sections. If you have such for sale list it with us at once. Buie & Wallace. Messrs. Bob and Orlander Donnell, of Silverton, were' in town last week. Mr. Myers, of Cooke county, bought Mrs. McElroys two sec tions lying northwest of town for $62,(300.00. Mrs McElroy does not give possession until October. Mr. Myers will put in a nursery and some fine stock. Mrs. R. W. OKeefe and daughter, Miss, May, returned Saturday from Sherman. Mr. Adams, representing the Kingman Implement Co., was in town last week. Some Omaha gentlemen were in town this week and went south on a business trip. For Sale. At a bargain. 23 cows, 12 of them with calves by their side. There will be 8 or 9 more calves soon. $23 do...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 June 1902

I STAYER. June 8th, 1902. nil pleasant. tV'purt tJ,tt re 01 ioVi-v XL H 11 "J ' 1 . A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1902. NO. 13. Rev. J. Sam Barcus, presi dent of Clarendon . College and University Training School, will preach at the Methodist cburcb Sunday morning June 15, 1902. Everybody should hear him. At night the pastor will give a syn opsis of the most important work of our recent general con ference at Dallas. No Metho dist, especially, should miss these services. J. E. Stephens, Pastor. Oscar Hunt & Company have the most beautiful and com plete assortment of furniture of all kinds ever shown in Western Texas and the greatest of all is they sell it cheap. Parties wishes to buy horses of any sort from a gentle family horse to the very best spirited buggy or saddle horse can now be accommodated by Brent C. Taylor. He also has a lot of second hand buggies for sale. Long hair may do for a poet but if you want to lo...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 June 1902

r T Remember Chamlee the jew 0 ITU C rUDL eler can mend any b en piece & county Judge to the of jewelry, no. mat ia-?ad, v I Want to announce that I have one of the largest stocks of o 1 4r GENERAL MERCHANDISE ever brought to the Plains, consisting of Dry Goods, Glothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Groceries. I want your trade and will treat you right and GUARANTEE to sell you your goods AS CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST. Come to see me if you want bargains in any of these lines. I have the goods and want to sell them, So come to see me and I will do the rest. Yours for Business, A. L. ANDERSON, THE NEW T O RE. THE STAYER. Entered nt the post olfice nt Can yon, Texas, as second class inill matter. Olliclal organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, I". C. V. Mrs. P. W. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year 1.00 Six 7nonths, 50 ADI'ERTISIXG RATES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion, o cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, $1.00 per mont...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 June 1902

1 JuneSth, 1902. niu jiiu.im.uii.. i j. Nwniln fr hail in thlH part of the country since our laxt writing ul though there has been local sliow era nil round us and Home hail, but an far an we know there hann't been much damage done. we havn t heard of nny cattle sales lu thin part since our last writ inn. Quite a number of ieopleare Kolny to attend court in Ainarlllo next week. They are summonsed on the Thornton case. Mr. Sam Gregory,'';; of TTrnscott, Knox county, is back on the Plains again vlsltina: his many friends. Air. Charlie Mef'rea was over to see his best girl Sunday. Mrs. MeUehce.'of Wayside, spent a few days with her parents, V. II. LpinmonH nnd wife. Air. Walter liurrls, one of the JA cowboys, has been spending a few clays on this side of the Canyon. AHsh Maud Duke spent last Sunday night aud;Mondny with Misses Yula and Ollie Jackson. Airs. Doughty spent last Monday with her parents, C. C. Derr and wife. Miss Ollie nnd'llttlu Annie Jackson spent last Saturday night with...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 June 1902

Canyon City, The Banner Town of the GREAT TEXAS PANHANDLE, Will hold this vear its 3d Annual Reunion Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. West Texas Cowboy's Ass'n. and Randall County Fine Stock Show f05 July 15 to 18, 1902 RATES OF ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP WITH 15 DAYS LIMIT ON ALL RAILROADS. Ten of the most prosperous counties in Texas- will be represented. Gen. John B. Gordon will de liver the opening address. Gov. Sayers, Col. Lanham, Senator Bailey, Rf W. Hall and other Speakers will be here. There will be Broncho "busting," Steer Roping, Horse Races, Steer Racing and various other amuse ments. Some of the finest cattle in the world will be here. This is an opportunity unequal ed to see the most prosperous country on earth. Wright. The sun shines so very warm this afternoon. The ground In packed and If It la not stirred booh the farmer will have a "time" trying to cultivate their crops. So many have to plant over ou ac count of the halls and hard rains. Several gardens have been pla...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 19 June 1902

i fTTTl TT TTTT T 7TTM T U U - j 1L JriK j 1 A 1 Mo A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. I tyi, CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902. NO. 14. 1 f G. C. Long. ) y Lair & Long, REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENTS, Canyon City, Texas. Buy, Sell and Exchange Panhandle Lands. We Respectfully Solicit your Business, Apoi.ocy Bv some mistake unknown to us Dr. Edsrar P Lewis, the dentist, was adver tisedto he here next week when in fact it should have been this week. Let Us Decorate. Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Service entertained a number of friends at dinner last Saturday in hon or of their silver wedding ad versary. They received a num ber of handsome and valuable presents and many wishes for happy returns of the day. Our neighbor and business rival, Clarendon, is going to have a monster picnic, barbecue and Masonic celebration on June 24th and the Mavor has issued a proclamation urging all citi Kens to clean up their premises and make their town look its best. Now we are plannin...

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 June 1902

TO THE PUBLIC! I Want to announce that I have one of the largest stocks of GENERAL MERCHANDISE S!ffifi.s Drv Good Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Groceries. I want your trade and will treat you right and GUARANTEE to sell you your goods AS GHEA AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST. Come to sec me if you want bargains in any of these lines. I have the goods and want to sell them, So come to see me and I will do the rest. Yours for Business, A. L. ANDERSON, T H E NEW TORE THE STAYER. Entered at yon, Texas, matter. the post office at Can- as second class mail Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Mrs. R. W. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, SI. 00 Six months 50 ADVERT I SI XG RATES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion, o cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. All candidates will be charged the very reasonable cash fee of ?5.00 for each announcement. I very kindly and respect...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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