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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 October 1903

nyon City New VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER. 16. 1903. NO. 31. Ca f 10 p ERCEN T DISCOUNT O show our appreciation to our many customers for past favors w we will for a limited time give 10 per cent discount on all Cash Sales In The Dry Goods Department To our already large and well selected stock we are adding new goods every few days which will keep a full stock all the Pall. Don't forget this sale includes the finest stock of Millinery ever brought to this section all goods new and up-to-date. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. J HAVE YOU A THINKER? 'Have you a "thinker" and no brains or have you brains and no "thinker" or have you neither or do you possess all of these facul- ties is a question we would like to propound to some of our stalwart citizens who are trying to precipi tate the advent of a railroad into Swisher county by placing their re pulsive carcasses across the track in front of the engine and waving a bandana in the incipiency of its first movement. You may be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 October 1903

y CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 16 1S03. CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) OKO. A. HKANDON Prop. WAliTKR R. URANOON Kditor. A Weekly newspaper devoted to j the interests of KmhIhN county nd i published at offiee on West Evelyn j St. Canyon City every Friday. ' Vnpers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. Store Mewd SUBSCRIPTION. One Year... $1.00 Six months 50 j See the modern cooking wonder j the Majestic range at String- j fellow-Hume Hardware Co. Don't j get left. ' ! From Canyon City via Tulia to Plainview and Lubbock isj the most practical and sensible; route for the new railroad. It! is all bosh to speak of crossing j the canyon with a railroad eight ; miles east of here when this; town offer? the best way by! $200000. Canyon City News. 1200.000 for the privilege of; coming through Canyon City is certainly a very conserative es- timate to place upon the great advantage this road would de- rive from that privilege. This is very generous indeed on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 16 1903. Local. See list of New Music in H. L. Powe's ad this week. "The best is always the cheap- est." The Majestic Range is best and we want you to come in and let us tell you why. Stringfellow- Hume Hardware Co. Don't get left. . J. M. Wright of Georgia a former member of the firm ot Wright and Gamble at this place is here for a week or more shakiug hands with bis old friends. We want you and your friend to come in any day next week and see the great Majestic Range bake biscuits in three minutes String-fellow-Hume Hardware Co. Don't get left. Shepp Hopper who has been in the employ of J. R- Harter the blacksmith for some months past left Monday evening for his home atGainsville. After you see the Majestic Range at Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Co's you'll wonder how you have managed to get along without one. Don't get left. R. G. Oldham returned last week from Greenville where he has been for several week's attending to some busines matters. All next week a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 16. 1903. GREAT MAJESTIC COOKING ALL WEEK From Oct. 10th.. To 22nd. EXHIBIT ALL WEEK From Oct. 19th. To 22nd. T N order to prove to all our friends II that the Majestic is the most perfect range on the market we have arranged for a Cooking Exhibit lasting one week. During this exhibit we will have a Majestic Range in operation and show our friends that it will bake better and quicker heat more water and heat it quicker with less fuel than any other range made. We don't ask you to believe all our statements but do ask you to call at our store any time during the exhibit and we will convince you that the Majestic is exactly as represented. Don't fail to give us a call Note the date. MAJESTIC jj MAJESTIC J Free During Week of Exhibit We will give One Set of Majestic Ware Free to any one purchasing a Great Majestic Range during this ex- hibit. We make the broad statement that this set of ware is the finest ever offered for saIe--not a piece of tin in the entire ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 October 1903

Canyon New VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23 1903. NO. 32. City Egyptian Cotton in Mexico. Mexico has imported for trial In her Province of Michoacan a lot of the long staple Egyptian cotton see and if it grows well there it mav open a new door of prosperity for wie state equal to tho.se argentifer- ous ones like pates of Plums' pal ace which lead downward into her mines. Wise statesmanship and ra- tional and respectable politics dur- ing the last quarter century since President Diaz came in have done Vyonders for the country more ten times over than its long string of Spanish viceroys working through three centuries and over were able to accomplish. Long staple Mexi- can cotton will be a new commodity in the market but there is plenty of room for it. and just now particu- larly encouraging prices. GAMBLE PATTILLO & CANYON CITY TEXAS. The Sultan a Great Reader. The Sultan of Turkey it is said keeps fifteen dragoman secretaries constantly employed in translating the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 23 1903. 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT AN TT 0 show our appreciation to our many customers for past favors we will for a limited time give 10 per cent discount on all ' Cash Sales In The Dry Goods Department To our already large and well selected stock we are adding new goods every few days which will keep a full stock all the Fall. Don't forget this sale includes the finest stock of Millinery ever brought to this section all goods new and up-to-date. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. 4S J CANYON CITY NKWS. (TIIR STAYER.) C.KO. A. UK AN DON l'rop. W ALT K K H. HKASIMlN. lMItcir. A Wi'i'kly nev:iRr ilivt ! to the IntenntH tf Kinulall county ami jMildlxlicil at. office nit Wewt Kvet.vn St. Can vmi City every Friilay. and then you will see the Santa- Fe roll out south from Canyon City. aTving si'ThTt. "liev. J. W. Whatley returned Tuesday night from Amarillo where he lias been attending a meeting of the executive board . - I of the Palo Duro Canyon asso 1'a'jnTi w-nt iut nf th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 23 1903. Local. All forajfe crops were injured to some extent by the frost on the 14th. Sheriff UpfolJ is improving and is expected to be able to be out on the streets in a few days. Mrs. Upfold is about well. J. L. Crawford arrived here yes- terday with a car of household ef- fects belonging to his father Wm. Crawford who will at once move to Tulia Swisher county. J. M. and Hicks Waller left last Monday for their old home in Delta county having1 been suddenly called thereby the sad intelligence that their father was very ill. Charles Wakefield of Denton county brother-in-law and brother of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crawford respectively is here visiting1 for a short time. Some of the News readers com- plained a little at the way it spoke of the legislature in its article on the Terrell election law recently. Wonder what these same readers now think of Jim Hogg's opinion of the same body? Mr. James has sold his hotel property to G. W. West. The consideration was 8-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 October 1903

r5 CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 23 1903. English Estimate of Emerson. A single short work of Kmer- son's the essay on "Compensation" is enough to convince one that this was a man of true genius. We have never read anything in Thoreau ap- proaching that ami other works of Emerson in originality or beauty. But Emerson is the best of the Am- erican writers. Was it Henry James who called him "the unfallen man ''" One can not imagine an in- tellect which failed to admire "Com- pensation" or which was convinc- ed by its transcendentalism. Mexican Indian Courtship. The custom of the country re- quires the girl to do all the courting. She is just as bashful as the young swain whom she wishes to fascinate but she has to take the initiative in love affairs. The young people mee only at the feasts and after she ha; got mildly under the influence of th: native beer that is liberally con- sumed by all. she tries to attract his attention by dancing before him in a clumsy way up and down the same spot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 October 1903

Canyon .New VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER. 30 1903. NO. 33. ALL HANDS POINT A 4 t&" tT PATTELLO & GAMBLE -tea 3for IReliable Dbercbanc-tee at '(Reasonable pncee We carry the celebrated "ARROW". Brand collars and cuffs in all the very latest styles also one of the largest and most complete line of Men's SHIRTS ever brought to Canyon. We are offering the following values in ladies' dress goods: Fancy Dress Goods Worth 6oc Now at 50c. Fancy Scotch Cheviot Worth $1.25 Now at $1.00. Fancy Flannelette (high colors). Worth 12 Jc Now at 10c. All Calicoes (except oil colors) Now at 4k. We are absolutely headquarters for fresh fancy and staple groceries. Always in the lead with the best freshest and cheapest. These figures are convincing: See? 10 pounds Arbuckle Coffee $1.00. 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar Ii-oo. 100 pouuds Standard Granulated Sugar $5-30. HntbtnG Else IJou Want Solb proportionately PATTILLO & GAMBLE. 1 "Getta You Some Ambish." Young man what is y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 October 1903

4 10 p f iJ0B i. i i ss& i - wr v b & r. mmm -CmV -iuir -vLtj- 91 w m- j li 7T 0 sbcvr cm- appreciation to our many customers for -past favors. tit V ft rill for a limited tkne give 10 per cent discount on ail Cash Sales in The Dry Goods Deoarlnient To our already large and well selected stock e are adding new goods every fir-v days which will keep a full stock all the Fall. Don't forget this sale includes the finest stock of Millinery ever brought to this section all goods irv and up-to-date. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. -.-A: CiT) . !;.; c -V? v I:':.-: Oi.O. A . :" J.VX .-'.... v i- 1' '..."'.' :'.'-) ii. V. f 111 lilt MVtt i;v!. .O '. f-n: ;..'. t'..-t.i.-ti '.'f FHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK PIT -' 5 5 0.000. 5 0.000. 25. 000. . 6.00. . t. OFFICERS hit i:; i.': t..-:;. .0 1 1 I ' I ' If ( i . ' '.-'.' 1 Li ' i"' ".'V. '.' . ft DIRECTORS. r.' ': T:I :. 'J ' v. V.0'I' .! I- JJ -EM.. ;;vv-tt ..' f V . '.v :.. i. if ! '. 'i i i.i'vr J' ; .'-''. vi 1 1 k i r;'j1. r t ;.:-! v. t . y ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 3o7l90a Local. Remember the county Institute Saturday the 31st. inst. Our local editor has failed- to do his duty this week. President Roosevelt was 43 years of age last Tuesday. A food rain is needed for the small grain. Sheriff Upfold is now able to be out on the streets. Two of liis children are still sick. The Choctaw will use the Santa Pe line as soon as it is straightened out. John Knight's youngest child a little girl about two years old is recovering from a case of "slow fever." With the exception of a railroad damage suit set for Saturday county court is about over. An exchange says that under a recent ruling of the Attorney Gen- eral "Flinch" is held to be a "game of cards." There will be Thanksgiving services at the liaptist church the program for which will ap- pear in next week's News. Mr. and Mrs. M. Newman of Portales were in the city a few days this week visiting old friends. Mr. Newman is a for- mer manager of the M. T. Jones Lumber Co. at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 October 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 30 1S03. For Sale or Exchange- one Two-story Brick Hotel with 3 store rooms on first floor building 75x105 feet. Location on corner Broadway and Main street in the prosperous little city of Lexington Oklahoma of 1800 population lo- cated one mile from Santa Fe depot Frisco R R. survey just completed through the town which will build at once. This Hotel has 27 rooms besides the office dining room kitchen and sample rooms is now running and doing a splendid busi- ness; the combined building is bringing $140.00 per month rent or I1680.00 per year; it is the best piece of property in town it is new and cost $18000. Will sell for cash or exchange for Plains land. Prefer land near Canyon City Hale Center or Lubbock; must be smooth and well grassed. Prefer unimproved land. If you mean business address LOCK BOX 276 Lexington Oklahoma. They Have Come to Stay. Farm and Kanch charges Proi W. D. Hunter in chprge of the boll weevil investigation by the depart- ment of Ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 November 1903

Canyon City New VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 6 1903. NO. 34. ALL HAND S POINT 7toa ia- W PATTXLLO & GAMBL E je -tw for IReltable dbercbanMe'e at IReasonable prices We carry the celebrated "ARROW" Brand collars and cuffs in all the very latest styles also one of the largest and most complete line of Men's SHIRTS ever brought to Canyon. We are offering the following values in ladies' dress goods: Fancy Dress Goods Worth 6oc Now at 50c. Fancy Scotch Cheviot Worth $1.25 Now at $1.00. Fancy Flannelette (high colors). Worth nc Now at 10c. All Calicoes (except oil colors) . . . Now at 4c. We are absolutely headquarters for fresh fancy and staple groceries. Always in the lead with the best freshest and cheapest. These figures are convincing: See? 10 pounds Arbuckle Coffee . : $1.00. 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1.00. 100 pouuds Standard Granulated Sugar $5-30- Hnbm$ Blse UJou Want Solb proportionately. PATTILLO & GAM BLE CANADIAN COLLEGE. Clarendon Chronicle....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 61903. : $ Cut Price Sale Saturday Nov. 7th. VI f ' 1 V We will put on sale 3 dozen Street Hats at greatly reduced prices. Our $3 Hats will go this sale at $2.25. Our $2.25 Hats go this sale at $1.95. We also have a large stock of cotton and woolen blankets which we will sell at "great reduced prices. Men's Cotton FleeceLined Underwear Our $1 Suits-go in this sale at the very low price of 80c. Our $1.20Suits will go at $1. We also have the cele- brated Wrights Health Underwear also a nice line of Woolen Underwear. Everything in our line is as cheap as can be bought anywhere. If you are looking for strictly cash bargains do not be beguiled into going to other towns but call on us and get our prices as we have determined to sell goods just as cheap as anybody. The 10 percent discount for cash sales in the dry goods department is still granted to our customers. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. to J1 CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) OKU. A. KKANDON Prop. WALTER R. BRA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 6 1903. Railroad Purchase. . A special to the Dallas News from Austin dated Oct. 31st says: .i : "The warrauty deeds convey- ing the properties of the Choc- taw Oklahoma andTexas; the Chicago Rock Island and Texas Railway Companies to the Chi- cago Rock Island and Gulf Railway Company were filed for record in the Secretary of State's office here today. J i : ; ; 'The sum named in the deed as being paid for the Choctaw Oklahoma and Texas by the Gulf company is $1200000;' tor the Chicago Rock Island and Mexico $1000000 and for the Chicago Rock Island and Tex- as $3000500. - "The journal transfer of the Rock Island lines injjTexas to the Chicago Rock Island and Gulf Railway Company is in compliance with authority grant- ed at the last fession of the Texas Legislature." I have purchased the Bakery resturant and confectionery busi- ness heretofore operated by G. H. Price and have employed a first- class baker H. F. Price of Corsi- cana. 1 will appreciate the pat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 6 1903. Why It's Lumber at Burton-Lingo Co's. And They Are Here For Business. withabis Bo rexat Loyal Newspaper. The Brownwotxl Ilulletin calla attention to the fact that there i a force working silently incessant- ly efficiently for the upbuilding of this state in every possible way. It is the newspapers of Texas secular and religious. Xo other class of men is so alive to the importance of our progress as are the editon of Texas; no class has as much op- portunity or so powerful an in- fluence for good. Day after day they appeal to thousands of our best citizens to be loyal to live better to improve their surroundings to act wisely in every way thus exerting a force that is simply incalculable. Texas has indeed reason to be proud of her editors those moulders of pub- lic opinion who ever appeal to the highest motives of our citizens and whose hearts are bent on the high- est development of this greatest state of all the Union. Looking Forward Seventy-five ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 November 1903

c City News anyon VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 13 1903. NO. 35. ALL HANDS POI NT r . HSL toy SOT PATTILLO & GAMBLE jta -a 3for IRcltable Ifoetxbanbtee at IReasonable pncee We carry the celebrated "ARROW" Brand collars and cuffs in all the very latest styles also one of the largest and most complete line of Men's SHIRTS ever brought to Canyon. We are offering the following values in ladies' dress goods: Fancy Dress Goods Worth 6oc Now at 50c. Fancy Scotch Cheviot Worth $1.25 Now at $1.00. Fancy Flannelette (high colors). Worth 12k Now at 10c. All Calicoes (except oil colors) Now at 4 Jo. We are absolutely headquarters for fresh fancy and staple groceries. Always in the lead with the best freshest and cheapest. These figures are convincing: See? 10 pounds Arbuckle Coffee $1.00. 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1.00. 100 pouuds Standard Granulated Sugar $5.30. ' BnvtbtUG Else JJou Want Solb proportionately PATTILLO & GAMBLE. OKBSMBBSaiEai&ESQBiSaiS I'fjJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 13 1903. Our Cut Price Sale Still Continues Si OS We will' put on sale 3 dozen Street Hats at greatly reduced prices. Our $3 Hats will go this sale at $2.25. Our $2.25 Hats go this sale at $1.95. We also have a large stock of cotton and woolen blankets which we will sell at great reduced prices. Men's Cotton FleeceLined Underwear Our $1 Suits go in this sale at the very low price. of 80c. Our $1.20 Suits will go at $1. We also have the cele- brated Wright's Health Underwear also a nice line of Woolen Underwear. Everything in our line is as cheap as can be bought anywhere. If you are looking for strictly cash bargains do not be beguiled into going to other towns but call on us and get our prices as we have determined to sell goods just as cheap as anybody. The 10 per cent discount for cash s&les in the dry goods department is still granted to our customers. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. as CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) There are always men who are activel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 13 1903. CATTLE SHIPMENTS. FRIDAY Nov. 0. . L. A. Rosser Plainview 7 B. E. Foster . .. 5 cars. L. H. Waller 1 V. J. Lofiand 1 H. E. Hume 1 " Whitman Bros 3 " J. M. Cooper . 3 " C. O. Cochell...... ..... 1 " L. A. Pearce 1 " Sunday Nov. 8 H. B. Reed Lubbock.. 8 " Patching & Cox Tulia 13 " J. M. Bagley Twist 2 " G. C. Long 1 " Monday Nov. 9. G. W. Dinwiddie Tulia 10 " John Burson et als Silv. 7 " J. M Bagley Twist.... 5 " M. E. Merrill H. Center 3 " Newt Reeves one car of horses and mares. All the above shipments were of mixed stuff feeders butcher and canners. The bulk went to Kansas City the balance went to St. Joe. The car of horses went to Cage Oklahoma. to (iO Saturday. C. G. Hail Tulia 2 C. C. PolT " 2 ' W. S. Clayton " 4 J. T. Smyer Whitfield.. 8 F. Faulkner Wright.. 2 J. W. French Tulia .... 4 Henry Settle 1 J. M. Leach Plainview 0 Nat Perkins Tulia 2 vV. M. Word " .... 5 J. E. Wilson Ceta 2 W. E. Bledsoe Estacado 10 E. Brooks Fanchon W. D. Barnes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 November 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS NOVEMBER 13 1903. Horses a the World's Fair. The M.MO allot tod for horses acs ami mule at the World's Fair is divided among twenty-four das.-e a follows : Trotters thor- oughbred 1 'en-heron. Frcni:h draft Clydesdale and Shire horses. $(20." each; jails and jennets $5425; Frem-h Coai h Herman Coach Kng- lili Coach. Hackney Morgan. Hcl- pian and saddle horses. ;t.'i;0 each: mules ;!. 15; Shetland ponies !no; ponies in harness $!0u. Harness horses are allotted $4SUU. Uoadsters are givi-n J? 1 TOO. divided e(jually between "roadsters for dealers" and "roadsters for oth- ers." Business horses have been given $2315 and horses of com merce have $145") exclusive ot any specia class of German lony includes Fast Friesland Co.'fi. Hanoverian Coach Kn'- l nese sun!sj nn-r ti.. I M.l J. I 11V Holstein IJ-r Old ilen hum nnJ T-Takehnrm 1'mler t'h JtLn Coaeh are included the Cleve- land Bay and Yorkshire Coach. The American lVrciieron Hone Breeder:-' and Importers a-socia- THE NE...

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