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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 November 1903

City lyon VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 20 1903. s NO. 36. ALL HAN POINT u 86i CaT es- PATTILLO & GAMBLE "tea jm -m tfov IReltable llkrcban&tee 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 12k 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.. $1.00. 100 pouuds Standard Granulated Sugar $5.30. Hntfomcj Blse Jjjou TDClant SoR proportionately. PATTSLLO & GAMBLE. CUT UP YOUR LANDS. There is g...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 November 1903

a. Our Cut Price Sale Still Continues AN $1.05 We will put on sale 3 dozen Street Hats at greatly reduced prices. Our $3 Hats will go this sale at Our $2.25 Hats go this sale at We alsohave 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 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 per cent discount for cash sales in the dry goods department is still granted to our customers. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. CANYON CITY .NEWS. (THE STAYER.) t;i:i). A. BKAXlHlXi I'rop. WALTKK R. UK ANPoN. Kditnr. CANYON CITY AND HEREFORD "The o...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 November 1903

Local. The K. P's. will give a ban- quet TuesdayJ night. Mrs. D. A. Park is reported very sick this week. Mr. Perdue's h&useholdjgoods ar rived Saturday. The News is dad to say that Rev. J. E. Stephens will remain with us the conference having so decreed. R. W. Foster returned Tuesday from a visit to the old folks at Ben Franklin. He says that everything is prosperous in that part of the state and that 12-cent cotton had .put new life in the people. It is a pleasure to visit the old home un- der such favorable conditions. J. I. and W. B. Campbell pur- chased 4 yections of land from the Ceta Valley Land & Cattle Co. paying for same 812720. The brick dirt sent North from" here to be tested by Messrs. Powell and Potter has been tested thoroughly and the re- port received Wednesday is that it makes first class brick. A telegram to Mrs. Sam Lof- ton states that the stock train which left here Monday was in- jured by a wreck 25 miles this side of Kansas City but that all who left ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 November 1903

A W'intrr Love ten;. T-" ml f. '..! ri!.l iii falling Kiow- Vl.oy r.r.- r.it Ffwl l r.ic: Net rhiil to me the v.lmls that blow H.iwcvit chill tlfy IP. Vhf c-Mylrp flnkr that spuM ny With music thoy drift down Through myriad liirtr.K brrmihcs pray on tad li-ave. crlsji anil brown. N' bloom upon the whiffling hill. No leaf uiHin the trre; The music Is s:i'l music still. It Is not su1 to me. Tor sons vith my honrt's muffled might Kcivs moasi:r blow (or Mow: My Uvc'c sweet lirtast Is warm and wliito. v And fofier thnn the snow. Kobcrt Burns Wilson. A Oce-SEeJ Argument Hl llofdrd llrck l.'ttd. CrrjT'c'itfd. 19 -3. ny The Author rah. Co. For two weeks the small town of Clifton situated In the center of Eng- j land's palaxy of nobility's quiet coun- ; try h'liacs had forgotten its usual torpidity arouse J like the Sciile Avon i cn wh;se lianUs it rests from a brook- like serenity to a maddened whirl of j vaters. Mrs. Leighton's ball. In Its rrer.ar.it ion. had taxed the slow-mov-inp town t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 November 1903

x n v y A .o i fl x 5 i : vr VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY; NOVEMBER. 27 1903. NO. 37i II' i -.S'.zr;- Vm..; ' . J f -.n uv'; n.S&ff; . w w VriT PATTILLO & GAMBLE jot n jot Jfor IReltablc We carry the celebrated "ARROW'' -.Brand collars and cuflfs 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 12JC ........ ..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: SeeP 10 pounds A rbuckle Coffee $1.00. 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar ' $1.00. 100 pouuds Standard Granulated Sugar $5-30. Hnbmg Bl$c Jffou HXHant Solfc flbroporttonatel ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 November 1903

Our Cut Price Sale Still Continues 11 yWe 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 alsohave a large stock of cotton and woolen blankets which we will sell at great reduced prices. Men's Cotton Fleece-Lined 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 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 per cent discount for cash sales in the dry goods department is still granted to our customers. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY. CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) . C.KO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTKH R. BKANDON Kditor. A Weekly newspaper devoted to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 November 1903

Local. The prohibitionists of the towb met Monday evening for the purpose of selecting a rep resentative trotn this county to tbe caucus which mobilized in Dallas last Wednesday Though there was not a large crowd in attendance those that did at tend were amply imbued with enthusiasm to transact tbe busi ness for which they had met Judge B. Frank Buie was the chosen delegate but business complications at the juncture o departing detained nira and A.S. Rollins was substituted and left Tuesday evening. Col. F. B. Baillio an old news paper acquaintance and repre sentative of the Western News paper Union was in town Mon day. He says that business in the north and central portions of the f tate was never better. P. J. Kesseler a former typo of tbe old Stayer force was in town Saturday shaking bands with old acquaintances. He in formed us that he was going to spend bis Christmas with the old folks in good old Cass coun t'. . . . . trot. J. w. iwosely wno was teaching the Hoffman school and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 November 1903

I ANY WAY ... YOU FIGURE IT WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY! Our stock of furniture is a winner. We are constantly adding to the quality without increase in the price. We are constantly substracting from the cost in many grades ?) without reduction in quality. you will you II De surprised now wen our siock Keeps within the reach of your pocketbook. Divide your ex- penditures between parlor and bedroom as you wish our stock still meets your needs. If you want Furniture a little different and better than the ordinary let us show you ours. m Thomas 1 A BOOM does not ultimately bring about the best results'to a community. THE PAX-HANDLE is NOT on a boom but is enjoying the most rapid growth of any section in Texas. WHY? Because only recently have the public at large realized the op- portunities which this northwest section of Texas offers. The large ranches are being divided into SMALL STOCK FARMS. Wheat Corn Cotton Melons and all kinds of feed stuffs are ber ing raised in abundance surpassing th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 December 1903

Canyon City News VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER. 4 1903. NO. 38. Difficulties In Soul Winning. At the B. Y. P. U. rally at Here- ford Nov. 21 it was unanimously voted that the paper written by Mrs. A. H. Thompson which in the absence of the author was read by Mrs. Edna Brandon be publish- ed in all the Panhandle papers. The paper as read follows: "For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten son that whosoever frelieveth in Him might not perish . but have ever- lasting life." A lack of this great love in the heart of man is our first and great- est difficulty and one which makes soul winning a failure. Without this love for souls our efforts will be mechanical and powerless. We may have the courage to ap- proach men and know what to say to them but unless we are prompt- ed by an intense love for their souls there will be no force in what we say and we will not be able to reach the heart. But if we like Paul have great heaviness of heart be- cause of the sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 December 1903

Now Is The Time To Prepare For Winter ! ! And for the next few days we are offering exceptionally good val- ues in Ladies' Capes Coats and everything else in proportion Ladies' Capes' - worth $4.00 at $3.85. Ladies' Capes worth $2.50 at $8.00. Ladies Box Coats worth $8.00 at $7.00. Ladies Box Coats " $6.00 at $5.00. Ladies' Box Coats Worth $5.00 at $4.25. Don't Wait Until The But Come at Once. PATTILLO Stock Is Picked Over Yours to Please & GAM BLE CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) GEO. A. BRAXDOX Prop. WALTER R. BRANDOS Kditor. STOCK PASS DECISION. Taking effect Deo. 10 tbe fol- lowing regulations will govern the issviance of free transporta tion to shippers of stock bv Texas railways to-wit: "Men in charge of shipments of live stock in carloads when A "Weekly newspaper ilevoUl to the interests of Randall county and published at otfice on West Evelyn St. t'anvon City every Friday. -j belonging '.to one consigner of the eoHiity j sDaii oe passea as :ouows: Papers sent out promptly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 December 1903

Come and see what Readt'earn & Co. will do for CASH. ' .' What do our la'Jy readers think'of that magazine proposi- tionThe Cosmopolitan The Twentieth Century and the Can- yon City News all three for 92.10. ( There is no need to worry about where to buy your Christ- mas goods for W. F. Kino has already solyed the problem by laying in a stock that is sure to please. A representative of the Clar- endon panhandle Nursery was in town Friday and Saturday delivering trees. This firm handles boms-grown trees fruit shade and forest also flowering shrubs and evergreens. Judge C. T. Word was the heaviest purchaser taking about $40 worth. This nursery is doing a good business. The trees de- livered here were of good size and healthy and are bound to give satisfaction. SKK! W. H. Portwood will be at the Thompson Drug Store ready to do all kinds of repair work in the line of clocks watches and jewelry on the 5th inst. He will guarantee your work so bring it along and give him a trial. it Low...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 December 1903

Love's Dream. Before my vision dancei A form of grace dlvlre. Wr.cs lo cllr.t-ss rr licr.tr Th rnptuie that 1 mine; The t;.irrst of all fancli Lor' dmrrst gift and best! 1!e ine but this Onr dream of hll; The world may hnve the rest. Like melody her voire Is: Her fare like morning 'air; And all my heart rejoin a Kerausc her love is there: What rlnvim of drramn no iholre Is Bo siranjjely swift an! true? filve me hut thin One dream of hllts: Snw .heart the dream of yon. Frank Pempster Khrrman in Alualie's. Our Utile Sister. Ay f'sttr ILarr. CnpTrljl-.trd. W- I'j The Authem Tub. Co. Tho sun was sending Ions lines of yellow light throiiRh the- western win- dows of the pleasant school room. Forty pairs of little hands were busy putting bocks and slates away for the day. and forty pairs of little feet shuffled restlessly in their eagerness to be free. Miss Boyd gave a tired sigh as the last small kindergartner was out of sight. Had to-day. she wondered. been more than usually full of brui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 December 1903

anyon City VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11 1903. NO. 39. c New V Now Is The Time To Prepare For Winter ! ! And for the next few days we are offering exceptionally good val- ues in Ladies' Capes Coats and everything else in proportion Ladies' Capes - worth $4.00 at $3.25. Ladies' Capes worth $2.50 at $2.00. Ladies Box Coats worth $8.00 at $7.00. Ladies Box Coats " $6.00 at $5.00. Ladies' Box Coats Worth $5.00 at $4.25. Don't Wait Until The Stock Is Picked Over But Come at Once. Yours to Please PATTILLO & GAMBLE. MORE CRUEL THAN WAR. A correspondent of the Kansas City Times revives a stirring poem of which this is the history: A Southern prisoner of war at Camp Chase in Ohio after pining of sickness in the hospital of that sta tion for some time and confiding to his friend and fellow captive Col onel W. S. Hawkins of Tennessee that he was heavy of heart because his affianced bride in Nashville did not write to him died just before ' the arrival of a letter in which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 December 1903

CANYON CITY MCWS. H'HESTAYEK.) V.VAK A. HRANDO.N Prop. WAUTliK K. HHAXiXIN l'.lilor. 9 9 urn o 0 A Weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Kandall county and published at office on U'cst Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. CHRISTMAS? f Visiting The Home K u i flim ri lon sent out of the fount y promptly discontinued ai expiratioi-i of tinu paid for. suBsciurnox. j f'w )Vr ViYV Six months 50 THE COLLEGE STATEMENT. If so you should see our line of Telescopes Suit Cases Va- lises Trunks Etc. We also handle the M. D. Wells shoes for children misses and boys. We carry the celebrated Freidman Bros shoes for gentlemen and ladies. We have a good many street hats that we will sell at cost in fact we will sell everything at a small margin of profit for cash. Just received a car of the best Missouri flour. Get our prices. CASMYON as CO. D. WHISKEY. I PURVIEW 11. II. MEETING. l'or some time tin l'.aptist on the l'lains of Texas li.i vo .'imitated the loeatin;; and Imildini; f a co'lc";e t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 December 1903

J. C. Gillespy of Columbia Missouri is here on a visit to his son J. 13. Gillespy. This is Mr. Gillespy's tirst visit to Hie Panhandle and representing a leading newspaper of IJoone county Mo. he can possibly say something nice about us when he returns home. A Sale Cough Medicim1 for Children. In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Reme- dy. There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to fol low. It is especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough. For sale by Thompson Drug Co. Geo. A. Hrandon and the editor's wife left Tuesday for their old home in Lampasas county where they will spend the holidays with friends and relatives. Geo. A. was pretty well loaded with Panhandle ad- vertising literature and the avowed intention of U-lling his friends "just how it is" on the Plains. The lioard of Trade met last f Monday night and transacted such) business as the scant attendance! would permit. We should have a Not I:.rs-;'-'t'v l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 December 1903

He TALKS TO Tl'.Z F. A Good Roasting and a Basting lor the Thriftless Us Texas farmers are mostlv tTnd- gum fools. Of course t hoy's a heap nv 'em that's pot ord'i :rv sense. hut mostlv we're dadgum fools in a heap uv wavs. Xot all the fool. are farmers and not quite all the farmers are fools hut the exception jist goes to prove lit" rule. An ef any uv 'em jumps into I'nole Josh understand thi talk don't go he's the exception that I'm talkin' about. We're fools in a heap of difrunt wavs. We're fools about what we raise an' how we raise it. We're fools about what we buy an' how we huv it. We're fools shout how we sell our stulT. an' then hv Sal we're all dadgum fools for thinkin' we're so gol darn smart when we tint. We air Pininm raO like our dad dies wuz: we air Pops because we hev long whiskers; wr uir Bopnblic .ins 'cause we want to bos.- th' nig' gcr an' rit the offices or we air So cialists 'cause we wanl to go cahoots with the feller thet s ?ot more'n we got. an' we're all foo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 December 1903

Citv VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER. 18 1903. NO. 40. STAR OF HOPE FOR CANYON CITY. It Has Not Been Determined Yet That Canyon City Is Not to Have The Only Baptist College. "I BUD AGAIN." In Spite Of The Tact That Some Have Placed Their Heel on the Young Flower "It May yet hud again." There is in Hie lore and among the traditions of Scotland the pretty story that Sir William Wallace upon receiving a note from his deyo'ed lieutenant Sir Eustauce Maxwell in which was expressed the hope that the tree planted by Wallace at Dumbarton and which was an appropriate metaphor for Wal- lace's successful feat in the storming of the castle might not be blasted promptly drew bis dagger and using it for a pen engraved the single word "Reviesco" on his gauntlet as his answer to Maxwell. That word meaning "I bud again" is the motto of the Maxwell's to this day. It is inspiring and full of cheer. The College statement which appeared in last week's News duly signed by the ''working quorum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 December 1903

f325E33E3 Now Is The Time To Prepare For Winter!! And for the next lew days we aro-oftcring exceptionally -good val- ues in Ladies' Capes Coats and everything else in proportion Ladies' Capes - worth 4.00 at $3.25. Ladies' Capes worth $2.50 at $2 00 Ladies Box Coats worth S8. 00 at 557.00. Ladies Box Coats " 6.00 at $500 Ladies' Box Coats Worth $5.00 at $4.25. ' Until Don't Wait But Come at PATT i iic Once0 ILLO k is Picked Over Yours to Please GAMBLE. CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) GEO. A. 11 KAN DON Prop. WALTER K. HKANlmN Kilit..r. Those who have beard -the loud praise given ouu canon by the two government Forestry representatives and their pre diction that it woul r- x . 1 1 .1.1. ... f . I i - . . . . . iMuvueuy lurims cn- j in lull blast at the handsome mate and rem-i r 1 tin c .111 . . ..i . uiinarui iu a ton. ixese are j mulberry and hackberry could i tacts and the "Arkansawyer's" jbe obtained from the nearby j logic for not repairing his roof canon uie specimens oi which !...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 December 1903

CHRISTMAS PREPARATIONS. This is the month of good cheer of gay merrymakings of joyful anticipation and loving thoughts and plans for others' happiness. The Christinas spirit ot "loving and giving" is in the air and hard indeed is the heart that can resist this ail- pervading iniluence. Many are asking the question "How can I bring comfort and cheer to those less fortunate than myself?" This year the churches ot the town hope to carry out with some degree of success plans by which many homes will be brightened and few if any children of the several Sunday school classes left without a bit of joy at Christmas-tide. If we have the correct grasp of life we cannot but feel that its duties obligate our benevo leuce at this particular season of the yc?ar in the direction of cheering the hearts of those hi families where illness or misfor-j tune has robbed them of the means to make a merry Christ- mas. And how is this to be ac- complished ? All that is need- ed to insure that no home in Can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 December 1903

in HAND-TO-MOUTH METHODS The Now-a-day's Farmer Must Keep Awake and Active. Eugene Pavanpcrt dean of Illi- nois College of Agriculture lias written the Chicago Dally Live Stock World a letter that ought to be read and re-read by not only every fanner in Texas but by every one who has any influence over the fanner. In Texa in particular con- ditions ore changing. It was only a few years ago o l.-v they could be conveniently reckoned by month.' land was of no particular moment in estimating farming operations. Kut now with b'u.l bumping along at $40 to per aero condition- ure vastly different. Land indeed has become the prime factor in cost of many of the cheaper crops. Rut our readers can careii the drift of Mr. Davanport's letter and plainly read between the lines its splendid adaptability to renditions now eon- fronting Texas .oeulturir.ts: In recent year.- and particular !v in the west agriculture has assumed a pha.e unheard of and undreamed of by our imniedii'ie ancestors. In the...

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