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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 11 September 1902

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1f 1902. NO. 26 r Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. TEXA8. Passing it On. Tlwre wiu the trouble iu the utile? of old P. I) ft Q. When the new enme lu that No. 4 had wnitI with No. 2 And dlMtriliutott calamity fur hiilf a mile atowM Till It wiih linpot)lil to ace the color of the ground And tin cbalrmnn of executive Haiti I to the p resilient: "It utrtkeri me that yon can't run n railroad worth a copier cent!" Whereupon the general manager wax called upon the Hour And Informed that he wnftcarelcfcH In the cue of 2 and 4; And tu general manager remarked: "I very plainly nee That the general Hiiperliitendent need a redhotronMt from me Which the Name Induced the general Miperlntcndent to call In The division Huperlntendent .whom he criticised like win And who straightway had the mas- ter of the rond report to him For a ronMtlng then and there admln-...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 11 September 1902

AIM DERSokl'S ' Go To A. L. i 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 post office at Cnn- yon Texas an second class mall matter. Official onrnn of Camp Stonewall Jackson L". 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. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lair en- tertained a party of young peo- ple Monday evening1 with a de- lightful musicale. For tirst class jewelry of all kinds see Chamlee Jewelry Company. Tom Reagan of the Hereford Mfg. Co. at Hereford was in Canyon City Friday enroute to Arnanllo. Worth Jennings is building a neat little residtnee on north side. All candidates will lie charged the very reasonable cash fee...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 11 September 1902

v to be fors. 1 . A PROHIBITION MATTER. Dallas Texas Sept. 6th 1902 To the readers of The Stayer: Through the kindness of your editor we are permitted to present to the voters of your community each week some matter on the Prohibition question and the relatioa sustained therlo by the Prohibition Party. We will try and pre- sent only well attested facts and plain logic and we invite your careful consideration of same: and then beg that at the bal- lot box in November you cast your vote as you pray. E. H. Conibear Chmn. Prohibition Party of Texas. oome may wonaer wny toe promotion Party Has made in dependent nominations in this State for Governor and Lieut. Gov ernor; and why we are not satisfied with local option: especially in view of the fact that we have no practical show to elect our can- didates and are often acused of throwing away our votes. But is it not a fact that the liquor business is in existence and will continue to exist because it is licened and protected by the Unite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 11 September 1902

The Party. A large number ot young peo- ple were royally entertained Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson in honor of Miss Minnie Donohoo who will leave soon for Nashville Tenn. to attend school. The lawn was beautifully il- luminated by Japanese lanterns and fair feminine faces. Mess. Watermelon were present in their most tempting guise but we couldn't eat any?) don't think they were very good. Music games and conversa- tion in the parlor and croquet sparking etc. on the lawn made the hours fly only too swiftly by and at II o'clock the crowd took tbeir departure. This was certainly a most en- joyable affair and all agree that Mr. and Mrs. Henderson are un- rivaled in the art of entertain- ing. Those present were: Misses Mattie Thompson Ona Long Lettie Whitmire Mary Wausley Willie Vigus Ethel Cavet Jewel Smith Minnie Donohoo Flora and Fannie Stratton Mable Smith and Miss Baker. Messrs. Roy Fulton Otto Jennings Gus Lewis Jim Kedfearn Hob Pipkin Chas. Epps Jim Pipkin Alfre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 18 September 1902

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1902. NO. 27. Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. TEXAS. Another School Building. At a mass meeting of citizens last Friday night at the court house a movement was Btarted that means much for the upbuilding of tin; town. Prof. Ernsberger the principal stat- ed the needs of the children very plainly. He stated that by taking out a partition and adding a shed room 12x18 feet to the chapel sulli- clent room could be a rranged to take care of the children enrolled anil those not yet enrolled whom It is reasonable to expect will come In until the close of the present term but It was the general sense of the meeting that another and better building must be provided for another year. Too few of the pat- rons were present at this meeting and entirely too few of them consid- er the real condition of the school room now. Take for Instance Prof. Foster's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 18 September 1902

OUR NEW FALL GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. We are showing the most up-to-date line of ') fy (jOOdS 311(1 iVlilliliery in Canyon. We have a large line of Men's Custom Made Clothing Brown hats and a fine stock of Men's Ladies and Children's Underwear. Don't forget that we handle the Celebrated Diamond Brand Shoes. None better. Our prices are always the lowest. See us for bargains in anything. A. L. ANDE THE STAYER. Entered at the pout office at Can- yon Texan hm Ht'cond rlass mall matter. Official orran of Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. R. If. Morgan Editor and Publisher. Wright. SVBSCR1PTION. 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 candidate will W cliartred the very reasonable cash fee of ?.".(K) for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam Y. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 18 September 1902

Slaughter Tops the Mar- ket. Kansas City Mo. Sept. 10. Receipts of cattle at the stock yards exceeded 30000 break- ing all records and at the close of business 34650 head were in the yards. Most of the cattle are thin from the range country (Kansas) though the Panhandle of Texas furnished large num- bers. Seventeen head of native steers averaging 129(3 pounds sold here today at $8.75 the highest prece for beef ever re- ceived in this market. The cat- tle "were sent by C. C. Slaughter of Dallas Texas. Dallas News. The second norther of the season came in yesterday but will not do any damage. All feed crops are about made. Henry Shinebarger has just completed the fourth cutting of his alfalfa this year. Plymouth Rock. Environment has a great in- fluence over the minds of child- ren in determining what sort of knowledge he assimilates. The Philadelphia Telegraph reborts this incident the scene of which was the public school in a dis- trict where all the residents are skilled in farming...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 18 September 1902

PROHIBITION MATTER. Clearance Sale of Summer Dallas Texas Sept. 5th 1902 To the readers of The Stayer: Through the kindness of your editor we are permitted to present to the voters of your community each week some matter on the Prohibition questiou and the relation White lawn waists t 25 and 50 cents formerly $1.0 and $1.25. Figured lawn waists absolutely at cost. sustained tberto by the Prohibition Party. We will try and pre- sent only well attested facts and plain logic and we invite your careful consideration of same: and then beg that at the bal lot box in November you cast your vote as you pray. E. II. Conibear Chmn. Prohibition Party of Texas. Shirt Waists. THE LICENSE SYSTEM. Without controversev the liquor ciuestion is one that has for many years commanded the attention and thought of our wisest men. in mis country we nave evolved three methods of dealing witn tne evil: license dispensary and prohibition iththe first of these this article proposes to deal briefly. This gover...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 25 September 1902

r STAYEIR M WHETCLV NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 251902. NO. 28. Earl Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON ----- TEXAS. L. G. CONNER Land and Live Stock Agent Notary Public. Renders Property and Pays Taxes for Non-residents. City Lots Blocks and Houses; Ranch Lands Stock Cattle and Steers for Sale. Office opposite North East Corner of the Square. Canyon City Texas. Ten Dollar Cattle. Predictions that corn finished cattle would sell up to $10 per 100 pounds this season have so far uot been verified on the face of the returns $! having been the highest figure paid. But there are those who make the assertion that had anything of sufficient quality been on the market buyers would have read ily paid $10 for it. "Tom" Sotham who last predicted $10 cattle before season of scarcity ended called ou to explain why prognostication had not fall the was his been they would have willingly given $10 for c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 25 September 1902

OUR NEW FALL GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. We are showing the most up-to-date line of Dfy GOOdS Slid iViilllHCry in Canyn- We have a large line of Men's Custom Made Clothing Brown hats and a fine stock of Men's Ladies and Children's Underwear. Don't forget that we handle the Celebrated Diamond Brand Shoes. None better. Our prices are always the lowest. See us for bargains in anything. A. L. ANDER SON THE STAYER. Entered at tin- post office at Con- yon Texas as second class mall matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall .Jackson I. C. V. Mrs. P. If. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Tear SI. 00 Six months 50 ADVERTISIXG RATES. Locals 10 ends per line for the first insertion 5 cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch SI. 00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. All candidate will lie charged the very reasonable cash fee of ?."i.00 for each announcement. FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT J I" DO E. Hon. Ira Webster. Hon. H. H. Wallace. FOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 25 September 1902

T tin L. C. Lair. Lair & dcji i corarc nhin i "wfc u"'n'u " K ' Canyon City Texas. Buy Sell and Exchange Panhandle Lands. We Respectfully Solicit your Business ' Ue Shipments From Canyon City. t. IS J. 13. llradlii'ld or Venla- Lyon county Kudhrh shlppi-il fcetluro that he bought of F. H off fiian line! Goo. Long. Sept. 19 Campbell Brothers ship- ped 4 cars of mixed fat cattle to Kanww City and took thereat of the Imnch tliey bought of the Urlscoe vounty people to the country. C. V. Stratton of Canyon shipped 2 can and Mchsm. Hall and Smith of Swinher county each shipped 1 car of fat cattle to Kimmiih City. Tudor & Son of Wright TexaH on the 20th shipped 10 cars to Kansas City. Four earn of which go to their ranch In Missouri. .1. W. Hush and A. A. tlogan of Tulia slilpped out and ft cars of fat cattle to Kansas City the same dny. On the 24th the following persons Hhlpped mixed fat cattle to Kansas City: Can 1 ooks and J. M. Holland 4 cars; Dr. Harnes Tulia 7 cars; Sam Cox T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 25 September 1902

PROHIBITION MATTER. Clearance Sale of Summer Shirt Waists. White lawn waists at 25 and 50 cents formerly $l.o0 and $1.25. Figured lawn waists absolutely at cost. Good Crash and Duck skirts at $1.00 Little boys Duck and Linen suits 75 ceuts Good bargains in ready made underskirts and flannelette waists. These goods Must be sold to make room for our fall stock. CANYON MERCANTILE COMPANY Dallas Texas Sept. 5tb l'J02 To the readers of The Stayer: Through the kindness of your editor we are permitted to present to the voters of your community each week some matter on the Prohibition question and the relation sustained therto by the Prohibition Party. We will try and pre- sent only well attested facts and plain logic and we invite your careful consideration of same: and then beg- that at the bal- lot box in November you cast your vote as you pray. E. H. Conibear Chmn. Prohibition Party of Texas. NEWS ITEMS- The Prohibition Party ia Arkansas this year made a tine rain something- over tive t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 2 October 1902

-1 n. jLl Jlillu A WEEKLY NEVSSPARER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 21902. NO. 29. (.L ( II til X. X 3 r EarS Cobb FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE. Seven of the Best Old Line Companies. CANYON. TEXAS. L. G. CONNER Land and Live Stock Agent Notary Public. Renders Property and Pays Taxes for Non-residents. City Lots Blocks and Houses; Kanch Lands Stock Cattle and Steers for Sale. Office opposite North East Corner of tlie Square. Canyon City Texas. home stock farmers report crops short but the concensus ot opinion seems to be that plen ty will be made to pull the "old sisters inrougu tne winter in good shape. The need of a new and much more commodious school build ing is imperative and should re ceive the earnest thought of our people. So far as we have been able to learn nothing has been done in the matter beyond the appointing of oue committee. Wake up dear people and make a start. Chamlee the Jeweler has some beautiful diamond rings pins and brooches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 2 October 1902

THE STAYER. Enteml nt the P'wt ollice nt Can- yon Texan um wcond cImhh mail matter. Oflirial nrjraii of (.'amp Stonewall hieknoD U. C. V. R. IT. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. 0e JVar $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERTISING RATES. Locals 10 cents per line for the first insertion 5 cents cacti subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. Mr. and Mrs. Worth .lennins are the happy parents of a little daugh- ter born Sunday. Mis Willie Violin returned Suudny from a three weeks visit to friends and relatives in Central Texas. M. C. Chamk-e says he will discount any prices you can get anywhere else 10 per cent on watches clocks diamonds and in fact anything in the' jewelery line. All candidates will W charged the very reasonable cash fee of ?.".(U for eaeli 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.) Henry S. Bishop. W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 2 October 1902

.J. "WAV. 1 -i' A V V V Farm Implements Ours are the best made: P. & 0. and John Deere Plows Disc and Lever Harrows; McCormick Piano and Walter A. Wood Harvesters and Binders. Wind Mills and Pumps Eclipse and Star Steel and Wood the best that are made. Marcy and Cook Cylinders the best made We also have a lot of cheao Cylinders for those who do not wish to pay the price of the best. Our stock of Pipe and Casing is the Largest in the west. Wagons and Buggies. Luedinghaus Bain Mitchel State and Lansing; Wagons. If you are posted no more need be said. Columbus Buggies the best on the market. We also have a cheaper grade for our trade. Stoves and Ranges The Majestic Range and Buck's Stoves Standing in the Front Rank. In this line as in nearly all others we carry a cheaper grade. Tin and Enameled Ware Lisk's Patent Anti-Rustin Tinware every piece is warranted right that is if at any time a piece rusts it will be replaced free of charge. Also a nice line of common tinware for those wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 2 October 1902

L. C. Lair. G. C. Long Lair & Long REAL ESTATE ND LIVE STOCK AGENTS Canyon City Texas. Buy Sell and Exchange Panhandle Lands. We Respectfully Solicit your Business PROHIBITIOX MATTER. Dallas Texas Sept. 5th 1UC2 To the readers of The Stayer: Through the kindness of your editor we are permitted to present to the voters of your community each week some matter on the Prohibition question and the relation sustained therlo by the Prohibition Party. We will try and pre- sent only well attested facts and plain logic and we invite your careful consideration of same: and then beg that at the bal- lot box in November you cast your vote as you pray. E. 11. Conibear Chmn. Prohibition Party of Texas. PROHIBITIOX IX AMERICA. Most Texas readers are acquainted with the article publish- ed in the Dallas News of June 29th purporting to be a history of Prohibition in America. Quite a number also are aware of the recent exposure of this article through the columns of the New Voice. It is intended i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 16 October 1902

STAYEK A VJEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 161902. NO. 31. V L. G. CONNER Land and Live Stock Agent Notary Public. Renders Property and Pays Taxes for Non-residents. City Lots Blocks and Houses; Ranch Lands Stock Cattle and Steers for Sale. Office opposite North East Corner of the Square. Canyon City Texas. PLAINS AGAIN TO THE FRONT. 15o1 Uishop Will Sell at Tulia Nov. 5th 1902 UO Pure Hred Plains Raised Hereford Hulls. The above well known Hereford breeder will sell his annual crop of Hereford bulls at public auction to the highest bidder. Mr. Bishop is one of the best posted Hereford men on the plains consequently has the very best animals in his herd. Last year after his bunch cf 7 and S months old bulls had been topped a Missouri cattle buyer offered to pay SMO.GO per head for the rest steered and delivered at Canyon City to be used as feeders. This shows something of ti.e value of the individuals that are in his herd. He only...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 16 October 1902

FALL ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce to the people of Randall and adjoining counties that my FALL STOCK is now about all in. I have one of the largest stocks of goods ever brought to the Plains and am going to make prices that will sell the goods. This is the GRAND OPPORTUNITY to lay in your supply. SO REMEMBER I WANT YOUR TRADE I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE. No matter how cheap others may say they will sell you I will sell you for less dead easy. It is no trouble to beat their prices. I will knock competition out every time. It is useless to try to name you prices on every thing but will name you a few of the BARGES I OFFER FOR TtfE flEXT 30 D$YS: NOTIONS. If you want cheap stufT I have it: 6 papers pins tor 12 dozen shirt buttons for. Sets. 10 spools cotton thread for jcts. 5 buucb.es of hair pins for Sets. Garter elastic per yard cts. Good towel crash per yard 8 Jets. Cotton jeans per yard lOets. STAPLES. 81.00 .1.00 .1.00 .1.00 '20 yards of outing for 25 yards LL domes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 16 October 1902

F arm Implements )urs are the best made: P. & O. and John Deere lows Disc and Lever Harrows; McCormick Piano ind Walter A. Wood Harvesters and Binders. i " 'Wind Mills and Pumps se and Star Steel and Wood the best that are te. Marcy and Cook Cylinders the best made Jso have a lot of cheap Cylinders for those who wish to pay the price of the best. Our stock e and Casing is the Largest in the west. V agons and Buggies LLuedinghaus Bain Mitchel State and Lancing Wagons. If ou are posted no more need be said. Columbus Buggies the )ist on the market. We also have a cheaper grade for our trade. ptoves and Ranges iThe Majestic Range and Buck's Stoves Standing in the Front (Rank. In this line as in nearly all others we carry a cheaper f grade. Tin and Enameled Ware Lisk's Patent Anti-Rusting Tiuware every piece is warranted right that is if at any time a piece rusts it will be replaced free of charge. Also a nice line of common tinware for those who wish it. We have Enameled ware of eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 16 October 1902

Having disposed of our entire mercantile interests at Amarillo Canyon and Hereford Texas we beg to announce that we have opened private Banks at Amarillo and Here- ford under the old firm name of SMITH WALKER & COMPANY with a financial responsibility of over FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSANG DOL- LARS. We enter the field well equipped to handle the banking business in all that the name implies upon a safe and conservative basis. We solicit a liberal share of your business SMITH WALKER & BANKERS CO. Amarillo Texas. 'Tis The Little Smiles That Cheer 'TIs a world of constant struggle that confronts us dav lv ilav With tlit' heartaches and the trials we encounter on tin way. Though the path Ik1 rough ami narrow there is comfort even there In the friends that meet us daily with the little smiles that cheer. When the long and dreary moments crowd upon a weary soul. Stumbling on the leagues so weary loading to the shining goal. Oh. the smiles that then awake you. bring you out ol you...

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