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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902

STAYER A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 71902. NO. 21. X 0 ) DR. BROILES The Great Specialist will be here August 12 and every two weeks thereafter. This emminent specialist has had Thirty-two Years experience in the treatment of all chronic diseases such as Catarrh Catarrhal Deafness Cancer Bronchitis Asthma Kheu- inatistn Paralysis Kczema or Tetter and all slcin diseases. Diabetis Brights Disease and all diseases of the Kidneys; Heart Disease Indigestion aud all diseases of the Stomach and Liver Piles and Rupture cured without knife; Consumption in early stages Baldness Falling of the hair and all diseases of the Scalp cured. Private Diseases General aud Nervous Debility Diseases peculiar to Women Sore Throat Dropping of the secretions baclc of throat Hawking and Spit- ting and Bad Breath Enlarged Tonsils; Roaring B uzzing Ringing noises in the ears; Granulated Lids and all Sore Eyes quickly cured. Many other diseases permanent...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902

ANDERSON CASH HOUSE dateline of Cent's I have just received a nice up-to Shirts and Ties. Also a full line of I handle the Celebrated DIAMOND BRAND SHOES Made by the Peter's Shoe Company of St Louis. Every pair Warranted to GIVE SATISFACTION. TRY THEM. The goods are just in and are of the Latest Yours for THE STAYER. Enteral nt the post office nt Can- yon exas as second clans mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. R. W. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTIS1XG RATES. 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. Alt candidates will lie churned the very reasonable cash fee of $.".00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. X. C. Lair. M. S. Park. -A.. N. Henson TOR COUNTY & DISTRICT CLERK. J. H. Garrison....

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902

m STAYER SUPPLEMENT AUGUST 7 1902. W. E. jre nd rire Companies Safe Reliable and Conservative. Patronise a Home Concern. W. S. Baird Contractor in PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING All work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. Shop lirst door east of heel' market. Kespecttully solicits (lit- patronage of the public. CANYON TEXAS ANOTHER THRU TRAIN TO KOOL KOLORADO T"eglnning -I i I v lirst we shall lutve two thru trains to Colorado each I 5 i.v. One will leuve Fort Worth tit it:4."i A. M. the other 11:10 V. M.. nflcr i : i! arrival of all evening eonneetions. For guests who wish to retire early a sleeping-ear will lie ready each i 'ning at ! o'elock. liulh trains will lie run thru to Denver. lOach will carry thru coaehes ; .(1 sleeping-car anil meals will he serveil. eiironte in eafe dining-ra is. Tin this doubles the thru train service to Colorado from this territory :re is still "ONLY ONE ROAD" which has any at all. We have i ;o the only direct Colorado line; make the best time and haul very...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902
Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902

We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have just put in a CAR LOAD OF SPOTLESS FLOUR And we would be pleased to have all our FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS TRY IT- -3 AS WE GUAfftNJEE EVERY StCK OF IT TO BE EQUA.L TO AflY FLOUR IN THE WORLD. OUR LINE OF Dry Goods and Groceries Is Complete and PRICES Always the Lowest CONSIDERING QUALITY. COMK AND GIVE US A TKIAL. We invite you to make our store headquarters any time you are in town. Very Respectfully. Canyon ercan tile Compa ny M. T. JONES LUMBER CO. DEALERS IN long leaf yellow pine lumber. POORS WINDOWS MOULDINGS BUILDING PAI'EU LEAD VARNISHES CYPKESS SHINGLES FENCE POSTS GLASS OIL PUTTY EIU'S IIFS Absolutely Pure Lincoln Mixed Paint Sold under an Iron Clad Guarantee. M. XEIYMAAT MAXAGEK CANYON CITY - - TEXAS CHAS. THOMAS LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE. Bus meets all trains. Best teams and rigs always on hand DRUMMER'S RIGS A SPECIALTY. I REMEMBER S We are 11 ! HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING I USUALLY CARRIED IN A FIRST CLASS DRUG STO...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 7 August 1902

Saddles Bridles Harness Bain Mitchel State Leudinghause and Lansing McCormick. Piano Jones and Walter A. Woods ACHINERY. WAGONS Buck's White Enameled Lined STOVES AM) RANGES. Eclipse and Star W IND MILLS. PIPE CASING CYLIHDERS SPECIALTY. Paiiin Orendorff & Co. and John Deer "fflaaqr "" wataa WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF E8MTS. Earthenware Glassware Chinaware and Cutlery Of All Kinds. Have just received Four car loads of WIRE And will he pleased To iill your ORDERS. 15 ii t from this Date on must Sell wire at CASH. TWINE. And are prepared to make a very LOW PRICE. We arc prepared to fill all orders entrust- ed to us promptly. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS. Cards all (oiif. j A lady of fashion -it Danville wlm . was ill.. .lit to lu.'tkt' some calls liy j can! diit rtni her ct laihuian to srl into tin- house ;ii)d -rt icr cards i whirl) t-lie had forsr il t"ti. lie cai.ir j 0111 ; n 1 1 offered si. me cards tn her j 1'iit she said: --Vt.ii keep t ln-iii and I j will direct y.iii ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

7 STAYER H A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RM I NQ. i VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 14 1902. NO. 22. v x VrS 7 Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. - - - TEXAS. We call the attention of cattle rale- era to the two articles on the last page of thl paper "Australian Salt Bush" and "Eininer a Grain for the Seml-Arld Regions." These ure only a few of many different things that might prove eminently successful In fitting cattle for slaughter. Go to the Canyon City Phar- macy for Mound City Mixed Paints one of the heaviest mixed paints made. Read their guarantee. To Printers. On account of the growth of our business we will enlarge our plant and to this end we of- fer for sale a six column Wash- ington hand press a 10x15 Gor- don jobber the one that has been and is yet doing the best printing on the Plains an ex- cellent 19 inch paper cutter bought by us new and has never been ground and never has had a gap in it cuts as we...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

Go To a. L. ANDERSON'S:. For anything in the DRY GOODS or GROCERY Line He Carries the nicest and most up-to-date line of DRY GOODS MILLINERY AND SHOES in Canyon City. Get his Prices before buying. . THE STAYER. EuU'red nt the post office at Can- yon Texas in second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson IT. C. V. J. F. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SCBSCK1PTION. Year .' 91.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES. 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 le charged the very reasonable cash fee of $"i.00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. L. C. Lair. M. S. Park. A. N. Henson FOR COUNTY & DISTRICT CLERIC J. H. Garrison. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF & TAX COLLECTOR S. L. Long. E. A. Upfold. J. L. Prichard. Price Dock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

u'uiwtuLe anaiuogers John Rowan STAYER SUPPLEMENT AUGUST 14 1902. M. T. JONES LUMBER CO. DEALERS IN oxg leaf yellow pine hunk ness otherwise nit . IVrlinpH you ilon't like sonic of the new you 11ml in the paper. We ilon't like it all ourselves hut there are several hundreds of people who T. DOOKS WINDOWS MOl'hDIXilS . iu-i.m.(i I'Ai'Kii I-KAI) (I f SS VARNJSHKS oil. cypkkss SHINCI.KS itttv FK.Vt'K POSTS KK I SI IRS Ahxiilulrlu Pure. Lincoln Mi. rid Paint Sold under an on Clnd (! iinrunlie. M. XEiVMAX MAXACJKH CAXVOX CITY - - - TEXAS pay for the paper anil each wants n little of his kind of news henee there must lie a variety just like a hotel bill of fare. L. C. Lair. G. C. Long. Lair Long; REAL ESTATE lND LIVE STOCK AGENTS Canyon City Texas. Buy Sell and Fixchange Panhandle Lands. We Respectfully Solicit your Business THOMPSON DRUG CO. Want you to get their prices on Paints Oils Glass Varnish Books Stationery Fine Perfume Combs Brushes Fine Toilet Soaps Ladies Purses and Card Cases...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

1 IO S id 01 i n il e n i t d o e c '.i r i C A y r i i M S i a e ( j i I i 3 t n ( h A. Sw. ic Manag- ou tind Vl i your " d yon' : ID." d

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

t Sweet v summer has gone And left us with a few broken lines of Dry Goods! Ladies' Chil- dren's and Babies' Shoes that we are anxious to close but and to f that end we will sell ; t X At cost for cash for 30 days Our Spring and Summer Goods - sandals - slippers- shirt t- waists guu.it b.: jux lusumgs ? Biraw nats fl gent' s underwear and our entire stock of millinery. Now is the time to make Children's school dresses ' - We have some beautiful Percales f and 'Ginghams just the thing for Q i early fall wear. And don't forget that we have the : ; ? ? ; Best line of Groceries in TOWN Mercariiile 'Compaiiy "We invite the Trade to INSPECT Our Stock. We have a Specially nice lot of Flooring Ceiling and Finishing in our sheds and Solicit Your Patronage. Youks fob Business. BURTONLINGO CO. ANOTHER THRU TRAIN TO KOOL ' KOLQRADO ti'innliiK July first we shall have two thru trains to Colorado imli . day: . : One will loavc Fort Worth at 9:4.') A. M. tlio other 11:10 1. M. after the arrival of...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 14 August 1902

Saddles Bridles Harness Bain Mitchel State LeudingbaUse and Lansing WAGON Buggies. mcz-uark Buck's White Enameled Lined STOVES AND RANGES. Eclipse and Star WIND MILLS. PIPE CASING CYLINDERS 4 SPECIALTY. McCormick Piano Jones and Walter A. Woods MACHINERY. Parlin Orendorff & Co. and John Deer IMPL EMENTS "-m w- WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF TW And are prepared to make a very LOW PRICE. We are prepared to fill all orders entrust ed to us promptly. WE ARE OUT FOR BUSINESS. Earthenware Glassware Chinaware and Cutlery Of All Kinds. Have just received Four car loads of WIRE And will be pleased To fill your ORDERS. But from this Date on must Sell wire at CASH. Australian Salt Bush. qualities of the Australian wools inches high. I know they will stand ready the results of the trials of to harvest JustnfterfMay whcat.nnd One can't help but wonder what this grain have been so success- mauds the winter hotter than any the hi turn will bring forth when at 1 fni c-:ii.. : xt .u i other...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 28 August 1902

STAYER. 1 Iril Irif A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOOK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1902. NO. 24 Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. - - - - - TEXAS. Commissioners Court la the commissioners court last wtfk the followingproceedings were liad: The reports of the county olllrcrs were examined uuil approved. The delinquent tax Hut prepared lu the Comptroller' office by Mrs T. .S. Gathrlght was partly examined and the examination and revision of same was ordered to lie continued under the supervision of the county Judge after which the comity clerk is directed to record it and the .Stayer to puhliHh It. In tiie mutter of roads the road from Cauyou City In the direction of Diminltt was ordered opened as pe titioned for. The report of the jurv of view on Canyon City and Ktin nmg v ater roai was rejected on the ground that u legal road already exists on the route recommended ly said report. The Canyon City am lien-fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 28 August 1902

Go To A. L. ANDERSON'S For anything in the DRY GOODS or GROCERY Line He Carries the nicest and most up-to-date line of DRY GOODS MILLINERY AND SHOES in Canyon City. Get his Prices before buying. THE STAYER. Entered at the pout ollice (it Con- yon Texas iih second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson I". C. V. Mrs. R. W. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES 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 Ik- changed the very reasonable cash fee of $5.00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. A. C. Barrett (Clarendon.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE. L. C. Lair. M. S. Park. A. N. Henson FOR COUNTY & DISTRICT CLERK J. H. Garrison. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. W. J. Luna. FOR SHERIFF & TAX COLLECTOR ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 28 August 1902

Following shows partly the building and improving going on in Cauyou City and country tributary to it: The following persons bought lumber since our last issue from: M. T. Jones Lumber Co. Thursday Mr. W. D. Snow of lulia to make improvements on his place at Tulia. Thursday Mr. E. G. Knight of Fanchon to make improve ments on his place near Fanchon Friday Mr. W. L. Powell of Lubbock to improve his ranch at Lubbock. Monday Mr. I. C. Jenkins of Canyon to make improvements on his ranch near Canyon. Saturday the Murray Lumber Co. of Plainview to replenish bis stock. Tnesday G. F. Tomlinson of Tulia to improve his ranch near Tulia. Monday Mr. D. E. Wise of Twist to build a residence on his place at Twist. Wednesday Mr. John Burson of Silverton to replenish his side line. Tuesday Mr. F. M. Hyatt of Milo to improve his ranch Wednesday Mr. J. A. Scott to build a store house at Tulia. Tuesday Mr. Jess Pierce to improve his ranch in Randall county. Tuesday Mr. G. E. Patterson to build a schoo...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 28 August 1902

Sweet summer has gone And left us with a few broken lines of Dry Goods Ladies' Chil- dren's and Babies' Shoes that we are anxious to close out and to that end we will sell At cost for cash for 30 days Our Spring and Summer Goods sandals slippers shirt waists gent's furnishings straw hats gent's underwear and our entire stock of millinery. Now is the time to make Children's school dresses. Best line Canyon Mercantile Colonel Picket's Story. Indian It was a year or so after tbe war that the Indians in one of their raiding parties emerging in this instance from the Indian Territory came across Red river and committed more than ordinary havoc among the live stock and dealing out death to the hapless whites in their ruthless track. They kept up these raids till the year 1S74 this being their last in Wise county home of the colonel and scene of tbe awful tragedy be related. It was about the year lb"U they made the bloody record in question. The colonel bad occasion to travel from De- catu...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 September 1902

y f "hit tt i f 1 JnlJh STAYEK A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 41902. NO. 25. Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. ----- TEXAS. DIPPING PROCESS Plans for Handling Cattl2. the A number of years apo scien tists discovered that splenetic or Texas fever in cattle was spread from one herd or animal to another through the medium of ticks. These ticks are bred in the country lying south and east of what is known as the quarantine line. Cattle from the ticky country coming in contact with cattle free from ticks even tfiough apparently well and hearty themselves caused the cattle which were not ticky to have the fever re- sulting in large death losses. After the establishment of the quarantine line cattle in the country to the east and south of the line were not permitted to cross that line for grazing pur- poses except during the coldest winter months when it was thought they would have ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 September 1902

Qo To A. ' L. ANDERSON' S For anything in the DRY GOODS or GROCERY Line He Carries the nicest and most up-to-date line of DRY GOODS MILLINERY AND SHOES in Canyon City. Get his Prices before buying. THE STAYER. Entered at yon Texas matter. the post office at Can- as second class mall Official organ of Gamp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. R. JT. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1. 00 Six months 50 ADVERTIS1XG RATES. 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. Prof. John W. McCracken of Fort Worth says this is an ideal climate for a summer re- sort that it is superior to Colo rado in some respects. There are many others of the same opinion. "l"r ";"fe" A fine upright piano new and in first class condition will be sold on reasonable terms. Ap ply to Frank Henderson Donoboo-Ware Hardware Co. W. C. Kenyou reports a most delightful time at the Plainview barbecu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 September 1902

. Beverley Uriel's. Still dry and windy. A pood ruin is needed very badly In this part of the country. There has been several local showera but not enough to do much good. CropH are not ho good in thin part on account of dry weather but near- ly every one 1h satlHtled. Mont of the fanners say they will make plenty to do them any way. The farmers are busy cutting their Indian corn. Quite a number of people are at- tending court this week at Claude. Mr. Jack IUcliy son of "the great cattle queen Mrs. C. Adair is visit- ing the Tule ranch this week. Little Hazel Jeffries of Clarendon returned last Sunday after a two week's visit with her auut Mrs. Kent. Mr. Smith and son Mark father and brother of Mrs. Kmma Jackson returned to their home at Wildman Okla. after a brief stay of about five weeks. The old gentleman is well pleased with the plains and snys lie can't stay away but will come back some time in the near future. Miss Minnie Urooks spent last Sat- urday night at the Tule ranch th...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 September 1902

As the soil and climate of Western Kansas is so very much like our countv. we cive the following from the Kansas Ex- periment Station Bulletin No. 102 as applicable to the Plains. One of the important agricul- tural problems of Kansas as of all farming regions is the rais- ing of forage. Iu the early days the native grasses of our plains furnished the necessary sustenance but as the country has increased in population the methods have become more in- tensive. At the present it is necessary to raise forage to sup- plement or even entirely replace the native grasses. In condsiering the question of what forage plants should be grown in a certain localities one must bear in mind all the condi. tions. It is best to have a var- iety. Our native pastures furn- ish such and it is the natural requirement of herbivorous ani mals. The feeding value should be as high as possible; hence the use of legumes. The crops should be such as are adapted to the climatic conditions. I Kansas this necessit...

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