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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 December 1903

VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1903. NO. 41. t 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. - -ou.rs to P lease Local. J. L. Howell Jr. made a visit to Araarillo Tuesday. Merideth Crunbley from Ros- well came down Sunday to spend Christmas witli Wade Stephenson and family. Dr. Tadlock returned Monday evening trom Tulia where he has been for several days. Smiley Wilson of Lubbock will spend the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Wilson. Willie Street arrived here Monday from Abilene where he has been working for sometime. L. T. Lester left for Kansas City Saturday where he goes to designate ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 December 1903

' an ALFALFA FED HOGS. J . Hunch From Canyon City Sold at Ft. Worth Yards. Fort Worth Texas Dec. 10. What one man can do another one ought to be able to do. F. Hoffman of Canyon City was here today" with sixty ' bogs averaging "39 pounds and sold for $4.70. The hogs hardly kuow what corn looks like. They were grown on alfalfa from the time they were tarrowed until taken up and fed for mar- ket. Their feed consisted of ground rye and milomaize. Mr. Hoffman's ranch is situa- ted in wnat is supposed to be one of the parts of Texas not suited for hog-raising yet alfal- fa kaftir corn milomaize and rye can be grown very profita- bly. Buyers looked with as much favor on these milomaize crack- ed rye and alfalfa-fed hogs as tbey did on the corn-fat hogs from the Territories in the ad- joining pens. The hogs looked as solid and perhaps more vlieaHhy than did several buDt-: ted on corn. " The cost was a mere bagatelle d hardly considered for on the same fields of alfalfa that were used to gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 January 1904

CO 4 itv Vol vii. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 1 1904. NO. 42. Dancing to Destroy Shoes. The shoemaker's at Madrid re- cently combined to encourage dancing with the object of wear- in gout as much shoe leather as possible. They hired several lancing halls and charged 6d ad- mission. Each admission ticket bears a coupon twenty of which entitle the owner to a new pair of shoes free of charge at the union store. His Opinion. "Wot do youse link uv dis?" queried Weary Walker who was perusing a piece of newspaper that had come to him with a handout. 'Here's er story 'bcut one uv dem 'emp'rance agertaters gittin' de jim- nies from drinkin' soft drinks." "Ercordin' ter dat" replied Tired Tatters "mebby dc tcmp'rance life iia't so worse as dey says it is." Something Canada Forgets. Canadian papers continue to show an angry feeling in regard to the decision of the Alaskan boundary case in favor of the Un- ited States by the vote of the Eng- glish member of the commission. It seems to hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 January 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. (TUB STAYER.) GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTER K. BRANDON K.litor. A Weekly newspiipi'r devoted to the interests of Randall county and published at office on Wewtl Evelyn St. Chnyon City every Friday. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued tic expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 50 announcement "Kate; POSITIVELY District Offices County Offices Precinct Offices Sr3?"TIense don" announcements. IX ADVANCE. $10 (HI ." 00 2 50 t asii for credit on Hnnounccmcnts. COUXTY TICKET. I'or County and District Clerk. Randall County subject to action of Democratic nominating convention if such le held: We start on the new year with renewed energy ;uk! our first aim will always be to print the news and in dnin so we sdiall continue to tell the truth as near as is consistent with jrood health except in wedding and funeral notices. When a couple et married no matter how homely or frowsy the bride may be she will appear in these columns as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 January 1904

FROM CANYON CUV. Dear Index: After quite a delay I will write a few dots as we are housed in this morning baking our shins. A full grown norther came down on us last night although it is nice and clear which looks line to the old cows. I have just read Uncle Zekiel's comment on theconcluctoftho.se military youths at Denison. I say amen to what he says. A cigarette firm and a booze gug- gler dressed up in uniform can get boozy cuss smoke cigar- ettes and take in the public thoroughfares and come out in llyiug colors but let a bunch of so called hayseeds try it and see the results. I think it hih time for those bigbmucketymucks at Austin to give the boll weevil a rest and look into affairs that would be a benefit to the state. We Plains people are going into winter in good shape but can't say how we will come out in the spring. Some parts of the Plains made good crop.-; while other portions made a failure. In this immediate neighborhood crops were good also grass was fine and the re- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 January 1904

THE KAUFMAN INSTITUTE. A Business Meeting of Busines; IWen. K. D. Andon-on spoke on tho 5m1! worm especially and touched on the main facts of the methods of com- liating the boll weevil. In regard the boll worm he spoke as follows: The boll worm feeds on many plants anil is espeeialiy fond ol corn. Kffs are laid on the silk ol the ears anil the worm that hatches from it is commonly known as the corn er.r worm. The worm when full grown. roe.- to the ground and burrows down and there changes to a pupa. Later it emerges as a moth which flies ahcut in the r.ight laying eggs. This insect prefers corn to cotton and if corn it planted about in the cotton field and dune corn planted later to form a feeding ground all summer the worms will stay on the cojai nnd not seriously injure the cotton. By watching the corn when in ro:itimr ears and when worms are thick it may be cut and fe'fp ftock so as to kill most ..fine worms. The worm pass the winter in the soil of the old corn nnd cotton fields...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 January 1904

anyoti .City VOL VII. CANYON CITY TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 8 1904. NO. 43.! News. PRAISES FOR CANYON CITY. A Missourian Tells His People of the Great Panhandle. A BEAUTIFUL TOWN. Canyon City a Town of One Thousand People-no whig- key to be found and ev- en the Barbers Read the Bible in Their Places of Busi 11C8H. Hon. James'c. Gillespy who is tbe present representative of Boone county Mo. in tbe legis- lature was here the latter part of November visiting1 bis son James B. Gillespy who is a cit- izen of our town and who pur- chased a residence some time ago from L. G. Wilson. While here he was interviewed by a representative of tbe News and he praised the Panhandle and Canyon City very highly. He said that he intended to write his impressions of the town and country for the Columbia Mo. Herald he being a special cor respondent of that great weekly. The article was published in the Christmas edition of the Herald and was given a position on first' page. It was dated as a letter from Rosw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 January 1904

J8 TOCK TAKl HG OVER And the time has come to clean up winter goods and make ready for our spring stock. We have marked our prices down so that if you need anything in our line yo)i cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Look at some of our convincing prices: Blue Cashmere worth 6oc at 40c. Brown Covert worth 50c at 39c ALL Ladies' Skirts at greatly reduced prices: Blue Cashmere worth 30c at 25c. Novelty Dress Coods worth 50c at 39c Ladies' Balmorals worth $1.50 at $1.25 Blue Cashmere worth 35c at 27k. Grey Cheviot worth 60c at 40c Ladies' Flannel Skirts worth ti.25 at. .$1.00 Tan Covert worth 50c at 39c. Novelty Worsted worth 15c at 12k Ladies' Flannel Skirts worth $i.po at. . . .80c Men's Overcoats worth $6.00 at $475. Blankets full size worth $6. 50 at $5 50 A full line of "Star 5 Star" Shoes just received Men's Overcoats worth $7.50 at $6.25. Blankets full size worth t$ 00 at $4.25 1 Lot Men's Shoes odds and ends $1 1.02.50 Men's Overcoats worth $10 00 at $8.25. Blankets full s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 January 1904

PLAINS COTTON. The ravages of the boll weevil in the central southern and southeastern portions of the state the great co'tton growing region of Texas has opened up a new era; one of high prices which everything considered promises good if not high prices for this staple foe several years to come. So far nothing has been found that will effectually check this weevil pest and many of these cotton farmers are look- ing toward new fields. The question has of late been fre- quently asked of the writer will it grow on the Plains? The News can say that it has done so in the past and that the turnout has been fully equal to the cotton fields of the central portion of the state. This year in the vicinity of Clarendon the average yield has been over half a bale per acre. Lubbock about one hundred miles to the south of us claims for this year an average of ten bales to seven acres or nearly three-fourths ot a bale per acre. To the north of Randall county as far as l'0 miles it is also said to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 January 1904

OUT ON THE RANGE Col. Slaughter -Tells of His Recent Trip. Col. C. 0. Slaughter who has a cow or go grazing nround on the West Texas Plain. has just return- ed from that country where he has been making an investigation of conditions. The colonel is not ex- urberant over the result of his trip. When seen at his office the other day and asked for a comparison be- tween tho old days on the range and those of the present lie launched instead into a description of his journey over the plains. "I started from Stanton on the Texas and Pacific" said Col. Slaughter "and drove overland in a four-horse ambulance taking a northwest course through to Port- M. on the Pecos Yailev ales N railroad. Part of the way we drove a herd of cattle. The drive was a matter of 250 or ."00 miles. The trip took nearly three weeks in all but 1 made a good many stops exaVin ing the grass on the range and so forth. 'The grass is short and scarce on . the range on account cf scarcitv of rain in that belt. There is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 January 1904

City I 5 .1 'f VOL VII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY-15 1904. NO'.! 44. 1 13 A LESSON IN FARMING. How Hill JoneH (lot Sonic Sense Into Himself. a 1 GAIN I "Ah there comes u load of cotton from my farm; 1 must go ami b(.e it sold" remarked Hill Turbos who hud been whittling a dry goods box on the corner of Main nnd Es- )lanade streets for nearly three hours without missing a single ex- pectoration of tobacco juice everv fifteen minutes during that time. "1 Rin't raised morc'n a bale to twenty arres." he said to Cotton Buyer Jones who stood near ''and believe I'll have to quit the business; there's no money in farming no jnorc and 1 don't know wbal to do to make a living." "Hello thcr comes neighbor Schmidt with his wagon full of eggs butter thickens and truck. That fellow" continued Forbes "is al- ways selling something and 1 won- der how hp docs it? I can't ilnd time to do anything but look after luy cotton and 1 ain't making any- thing out of it cil her. 1 owe now f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 January 1904

IN COMMENCING THE NEW YEAR We entered it with the determination to inaugurate special sales from time to time the advantage of which we hope will ac- crue to our customers. We positively will not be undersold either here or anywhere else on the Plains the proof of which assertion can only be ascertained by you giving us a fair trial. The approaching change of season naturally suggests that the time is ripe for clearance sales and we respectfully invite your attention to some prices on winter goods that are sure to please. In stocking our store for a severe winter and with it an anticipation of a heavy demand for warmth-producing clothing we are naturally overloaded on some lines and will dispose of them to your profit in order to make ready for spring LADIE'S DRESS GOODS- -We have remarkably great val- ues in Ladies' Dress Goods and our reputation for "selling the best" is nowhere better exemplified1 than in this department. A few pieces of 58-inch Zrbeline and Broadcloth patterns t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 January 1904

3v TOCK TAK1N OVE And the time has come to clean up winter goods and make ready for our spring stock. We have marked our prices down so that if you need anything in our line you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Look at some of our convincing prices: Blue Cashmere worth 6oc at 40c. Brown Covert worth 50c at 39c ALL Ladies' Skirts at greatly reduced prices: Blue Cashmere worth 30c at 25c. Novelty Dress Coods worth 50c at 39c Ladies' Balmorals worth $1.50 at. . . ..$1.2$ Blue Cashmere worth 35c at 27k. Grey Cheviot worth 60c at 40c Ladies' Flannel Skirts worth 11.25 at.. $1.00 Tan Covert worth 50c at 39c. Novelty Worsted worth 15c at i2jc Ladies' Flannel Skirts worth li.oo at.. ..80c t . . Men's Overcoats worth $6.00 at $4 75. Blankets full size worth $6.50 at $5.50 A-full line of "Star 5 Star" Shoes just received Men's Overcoats worth $7.50 at $6.25. Blankets full size worth I;. 00 at $4.25 1 Lot Men's Shoes odds and ends $1 to $2. 50 Men's Overcoats worth $10 00 at $8.25. Blan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 January 1904

At Due?:. Ectw rn thin twilli-ht nr.:l ti mnrn Tea rt like blown leaves may sr.rrf. All life' sirlpt branches- li unborne Ar.d cast Into the of Day. . . -. r - ' - Then little pulse heat. Foft nnil still. Thou nft a' thread tcttftWtWrioom'- YVhnt mntiors. fo thou dost but till The wheels wi thin thy lit tie room 7 What matters that they reel or Jar.' Ar.d that their tr.usUs Irk mid fret? They turn not lors. -Uiey turn not far Ar.d suddenly one tnorn foiget. How Prince sy My tile. fly A. fnml .ViWf.Ni. . i Cop.vrlihtrd. J The Anlhi.ru Pnli. Co. -"Now. if the weather only contitv vca pleasant so w o can climb Mt. Shasta to-morrow I shall deem it a I splendid earing to our rambles" said Prof. Hiliircnn. "You have voiced my thoughts ex- actly profosscr." 1 said throwing my- self down Ixside him.- Our party of tourists consisting of two college professors ar.d fivo stu- dents bad coaie to Calilwaia to spend the tu.r.n-.er vacr.tion. hunting fish- ing and collecting betar.ical end ge- olo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 January 1904

Ganyon City News VOL VII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 22 1904. NO. 45. IN COMMENCING THE NEW YEAR We entered it with the determination to inaugurate special sales from time to time the advantage of which we hope will ac- crue to our customers. We positively will not be undersold either here or anywhere else on the Plains the proof of which assertion can only be ascertained by you giving us a fair trial. The approaching change of season naturally suggests that the time is ripe for clearance sales and we respectfully invite your attention to some prices on winter goods that are sure to please. In stocking our store for a severe winter and with it an anticipation of a heavy demand for warmth-producing clothing we are naturally overloaded on some lines and will dispase of them to your profit in order to make ready for spring LADIES' DRESS GOODS- "We have remarkably great val- ues in Ladies' Dress Goods and our reputation for "selling the best";is nowhere better exempli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 January 1904

r a- And the time has come to clean up winter goods and make ready for our spring stock. We have marked our prices down so that if you need anything in fyir line you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Look at some of. our convincing prices: u 71 Blue Cashmere worth Ooc at 40c. Brown Covert worth 50c at 39c Blue Cashmere worth 30c at 25c. Novelty Dress CooJs worth 50c at 59c Blue Cashmere worth 35c at 27k". Grey Cheviot worth 60c at 40c j Tan Covert worth 50c at 39c. 1 Novelty Worsted worth 15c at 12k ! ; j Men's Overcoats worth $6.00 at $4 75. Blankets full size worth $6.50 at $5.50 I Men's Overcoats worth $7.50 at $6.25. Blankets full size worth 85.00 at $4.25 Men's Overcoats worth $10 00 at 88.25. Blankets full size worth 83. 50 at 83 00 Men's Overcoats worth $12.50 at 810.00. Elegant line of Navajo blankets just received. ALL Ladies' Skirts at greatly reduced prices: Ladies' Balmorals worth $1.50 at: ... .81.25 Ladies' Flannel Skirts worth $1.25 at.. $1.00 Ladies' Flannel Sk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 January 1904

TOCAL ITEMS 1 ROUND ABOUT TOWN If I r. i . III' ll'lutivi ViNitillR j coiifrr a fuviir on lis A l.v litf.......!.... "J " iiiiij rtiiiur fly John Hutson came in from Kan sas City Monday. SI P. H. Young is on the sick list this week. J. N. Donohoo was a business visitor in Amariilo Tuesday nigjt and Wednesday. Mrs. Lou Waller returned home last week from a visit to her parents at Gough Texas. Mrs. J. H. Whitworthand son Lamar of Happy were visitors in town Wednesday. II. A. Hough a nelative of Sterling Coffee was up from Hereford Saturday and Sunday. M. M. Wesley was a passenger to Amariilo Tuesday evening re- turning Wednesday morning. Miss Alice Skiles of Trenton Tenn. was the guest of Mrs. A. N. Henson Saturday leaving on the evening train for Cisco. W. D. Smith came in Wednesday from different sections of the Okla- homa country where he has been since last September selling horses. L. C. Lair sold a fection near Happy the property of Dave Caylor to 0. M. and C. A. Dal- ton of Pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 January 1904

A Sunshiny Woman. Sh n!'8ys norms so pleasant that I if:en wonder what trond fairy Uy inairlc of somp wnml's fiat. Decreed hor moods and manners airy And smiles 1 mnrvpl murh thereat V hen care's great rrnss is hers carry. tc Vet. be dull prior or gladness present. 8h has the art of seeming pleasant. To beauty slight would be her claim likewise to grace and lofty station And though she bears an honored name. Her heart's ne'er felt that quick pulsa- tion That comes with picking fruits of fame And earning critics' sweet oblation. Hr placid life hath known no wimple Vet smiles keep e'er her cheeks a-dimple. 1 think the fates or fairits must Have when with graces they endowed her. Bethought how beauty flics like dust And fame doth crumble Into powder. While tmlles live on. and. being Just. This greater boon than all allowed her A grace most swret In quoen or peasant. The one of always being pleasant. -Roy Farrell G:c?ne In the June House- keeper. "Nell." X'y lura 1". Smith. Coprrtf btcj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 January 1904

Canyon City News ' mm VOL VII. ' CANYON CITY RAN DALL CO.- TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 29 1904. ' N0.-46. n I STOCK TAKI NG SS OVER)? And the time has come to clean up winter goods and make ready for our spring stock. We have marked our prices down so that if you need anything in our line you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Look at some of our convincing prices: Blue Cashmere worth 6oc at 4c- Blue Cashmere worth 30c at 25c. Blue Cashmere worth 35c at 27k. Tan Covert worth 50c at 39c. (Men's Overcoats worth $6.00 at $4 75. Men's Overcoats worth $7.50 at $6.25. Men's Overcoats worth $10 00 at $8.25. Men's Overcoats worth $12.50 at $10.00. We wish to thank our friends for their liberal patronage during the past year and we shall endeavor at all times to give you the best values that the market affords. B OUR COTTON CONVENTION. Last Saturday at the Court House at 2 p. m. a number of citizens responded to the call issued by the Board of Trade to consider the advisability of and the ado...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 January 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) orrr stringfellow-hume how. co. jrrr"&& Hbout 'Hardware !!2 t C.EO. A. K RANDOM Prop. WALTKK . Ittt.WDOS Kditor. A Weekly newspaper derated to the Interests of Randall county and published at office on Went' Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Year SI. 00 Six monlhs 50 Announcement "Kate. POSITIVELY' IN ADVANCE. District Offices $10 00 County Offices ;' 00 Precinct Offices S 00 W Please don't ass. for credit on announcements. Announcements COUNTY TICKET. For County and District Clerk. Kaudall County subject to action of Democratic nominating convention if such be held: L. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. For Tax Assessor of Randall coun- ty subject to Democratic nominat- ing convention if such be held: C. II. HITCHCOCK. P II. YOUNG. T. JO WELL II 1IEYSKR For Sheriff ami Tax Collector of Randall county subject tothe action of the Democratic nominating con- v...

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