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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 23 October 1902

.1 11 JiiCC M m &i m jf -JL JUL JLjlLfi o A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 1902. NO. 33. - L. G. CONN lift. Land and Live Stock Agent xS'ut.'iry Public. Renders Property and Pays Taxes for Non-residents. City Lots Blacks and Houses; Ranch Lands Stock Cattle and Steers fur Sale. Office opposite North Last Corner of the Square. Canyon City Texas. A GREAT REDUCTION SALE. PLAINS AGAIN TO THE FRONT. OF FURNITURE FOR CASH! Commencing Oct. 10 and lasting 20 days. Everything in our line will be sold ;i great deal cheaper than ever before. A Few Specials. Hed room Suits formerly S40 now ' SliS " " " isilO ' Wood folding bed " ' $2$ ' Side board ' sHo.OO 30.00 SI ('.(( i -2.) ' ; S-1.00 $'22.50 now .tfl.S.OO Three ply ingrain carpet formerly ti.'cts now 5a Hob liishop Will Sell at Tnlia Nov. 5th 1 902 Five draw drop head sewing machines 61(1.00 130 Pure Ured Plains Raised Hereford Hulls. j Kiythi..- in our large stuck win go at ver...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 23 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 von prices on every thing but will name you a few of the BARGJllS I OFFER FOR TflE flEXJ 30 DjjvS: NOTIONS. CLOTHING. ! SHOES. If you want cheap stuff l have it: i I have the best line of Men's Ciotking ever shown in Canyon 1 lot ladies' fine Dongola shoes in lace and button spring i' papers pins for ."ct.. : City and in order to increase my business in this line offer the j heel and vesting top? $1.25 values now 5cts. 1'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 23 October 1902

Farm Implements Ours are the best made: P. & O. and John Deere Plows Disc and Lever Harrows; McCormick PJano and Walter A. Wood Harvesters and Binders. Wind Mills and Pumps Rclipse and Star Steel and Wood the best that are made. Marcy and Cook Cylinders the best made We also have a lot of cheap 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. W agons and Buggies Luedinghaus Hain M itc hoi State and Lancing Wagons. If you are posted no more need be said. Columbus Busies the best on the market. We also have a cheaper grade for our trade. Stoves and Ranees The Majestic liank. In this tirade. Itange and I Suck line as in nearly Tin and Enameled Ware Lisk's Patent Anti Rusting 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 who wish it. We have K.iameled ware of every sort called for and Ualvani.ed ware ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 23 October 1902

GROWING APPLES Can le Successfully ntifl Profitably Dnnc mi the Plains. acea for many of the ills that the human race is heir to. What fruit can be more pleasant to the palate or more beautiful to the eye than the rich ripeGol- Soctions Adapted to Apple Ormvinjy. Although the app'e may he ; grown over a very wide range From tin- Year l'.n..l ).. Th apple is "kim; of fruits" wherever it may be successfully grown. It is found m almost Pianos forme Plains cople CIOUS baked apple served with every country that has a tern- sugar and cream or the V.lt.l inirtin V.-vi-ft-. . u t .. u I'v'i . iw n.- yj i .1 Ul ill I .ill i llat is I -1 Vir.rliMi .-i-il. ....... .v. ..ii.'iij i tit I t m ui 1 lil 1 U)f country more or less suited den I'ippin when plucked fresh j to its culcivation there are cer- ! from the tree or what more !u-. tain districts especially adapt- ers ami healthful when cook-to its successful "growth ed .' W.ho does not remem ber hn- i:s;;ince. the elevated por- u. ; i li ...I-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 30 October 1902

HPT TIT1 CHP 71 " 7 17 13 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STCOK-F ARMING VOL VI. CANYON C!TY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1902. NO. 34. f .. a. co.vvf. the RANDALL COi'NIV VJP' V U U W S Of ILL SUR VEYtNG. MA PC PRINTS. ETC. Kend-r.s Property and Pays Taxes ior N'on residents. City Lots i li -c iis ami llouNe.x; Ranch Lands Stock Cattle and Steers for Sale. Office tjj)io.si le North East Comoro! the Simian.'. . Notary !"u1die ill Olcc. CANYON CITY TEXAS. 'JE ;CF FURNITURE FOR CASH! I Commencing Oct. 10 and lasting 20 days. Iv.cry lliiiiu' in our line will Ik- sold a great ileal cheaper than ever befor A Few Sneciars. Bod room Suits formerly Sl now !i".".(n) s:j; " ).) I " si'lj ' 8 Hi.nO PLAINS AGAIN TO r 1 u. i u.rr RONT. ' i Wood folding bed " " " ! Side board " $22.7)0 now I Three ply ingrain carpet formerly baets now. .SlM.OtM .sis. oo i I Hoi) liirthop Will Sell at Tulia .Nov. 5th 1902 j Five draw drop head sewing mach'nes C slo.uuj Having disposed of our entire mercantile interests...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 30 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 th'e GRAND OPPORTUNITY to lay in your supply. SO REMEMBER I WANT YOUR TRADE I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE j No matter how cheap others may say they will sell you I will sell you formless dead easy. It is no J trouble to oeat tneir prices l will knock competition out every time. It is useless to trv to name 3 011 prices on every thing but will name you a few of the BARGJliS I OFFER fOR T ft Eft EXT 30 DYS: S ( NOTIONS. If you want cheap stuff I have it: C papers pins for Jets. 12 dozen sbirt buttons for nets. 10 spools cotton thread for 23cts. 5 bunches of hair pins for 5cts. Garter elastic per yard L'Jcts. Good towel crash per yard 3Jcts. Cotton jeans per yard lOcts. STAPLES. 20 yards of outing for $1.00 25 yards LL domes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 30 October 1902

a A V- 1 Farm Implements Ours are the best made: P. & O. 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 cheap 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 Lancing Wagons. If you are posted no more need be said. Columbus Buggies the best on the market. We also liave a cheaper grade for our trade. Stoves and Ranges 8 100000000. r One Hundred Thousand Dollars worth of Diamonds Watches and Gold Jewk.luy will be displayed at the Thomp- son Drug Co. by Mr.' Albert Linz of the well known and re- liable tirm of Jos. Linz & Bros of Dallas Texas. Do not miss this Golden opportunity to see the most beautiful line you have ever seen in the Pan Han- dle. For Personal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 30 October 1902

Disastrous I'lrt- Liist Tiie-day ;.: .-tariel m S;. ji j iff 1 1 p.'.i-t ire i.' -'i r Fed Tim ci IiIhI in Kit .' of tin- Tii-!-l i'h'.n-is i. the tiuliter. t In- tire 1'ipidly h j n-".-1 1 1 and eM ended hi o! h'. ::r:i To tin- Saui- IPIiliii fwitcli l. f.-lf it could lie sub iliii-d. Aniotitr t J it 1 -' t!t'r.'1'.v are 1 he follow ii' ; .I. A. F-e. I J1..!;. I. y. - s.vtioii-. . V.. 1 i. .lis. 'ha rl'-s I i -j. !. ' " Mr. Arid- n part ... II. i'oilu!i-ny. 1 . dels. -.-.a j ; M r. ede'l. 1 - sii-dit in-: s. s. i I '.' il '. ill:;- .1 u I: i : ... fur tlo iu your level best. I "or your f .-l it li in liiiiieinit y. For i ";in- hind to the pon 1 o ioiddnu' before ieiipiii-.. For henriiiii befoie jinlniii''. For inane i-Miidid .'ind fr:iii. For i liinkiiia before speahin... !i. ii. Sia:t For ha i hot iir.;' ele ill i Iimm o-s. i t . u. J see-i For Id- niintitiu' tin' taieh arer . s"c; i !: For si uiili.-iu by your prisieipVs. o!i- Mitio'i; V. i Fur st . "I'l'iii:;' y our en rs T o u ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 November 1902

.1- . THE A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. OL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6 1902. NO. 35 The election is over and those elected are the officers of the entire community and not any set of men. Their obligation JA to the country and every citi- zen should strive to aid them in the enforcement of the laws and the upbuilding of the communi ty and its morals. Good citi- zens should encourage officers in doing their duty.' One of the strougest things that a good of- ficer bas to contend with when the trial of an evil doer is going on is the influence exerted by a crowd gathering around and giving encouragement by pleas- ing looks and frowns when the evidence or rulings of the court are for or against the criminal. The ordinary juryman is uncon- ciously highly susceptible to this influence and courts are constituted of human beings who unconsciously do wrpng when trying to do right. He charitable to others and do your duty. Don't Forget Burton-Lingo Co. have a car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 November 1902

FALI AIM N OU N G EM EiMT. v I wish to announce to the people of Randall and adjoining counties that my FALL STOCK is now i i n t 1 - I it "1 ' j i 1 n -i . 1 -i i i i i tvi J ..Z-m. J. aoouD an in. nave one oi xne largest shocks oi gooas ever orougnii to ine jriains anu am gumg tu av make prices that will sell the goods. This is the GRAND OPPORTUNITY to lay in your supply N 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 BARGWftS I OFFER FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS: NOTIONS. f you want cheap stuff I have it: 0 papers pius for "cts. 12 dozen shirt buttons for "cts. 0 spools cotton thread for 25cts. " bunches of hair pins for 5cts. Garter elastic per yard 2Acts. Good towel crash per yard oicts. Cotton jeans per yard lOcts. STAPLES. 20 yards of outing for $1.00 25 yards LL domestic for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 November 1902

i i Farm Implements y ; r Ours are the best made: P. & o) 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 cheap 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 Lancing Wagons. If you are posted no more need be said. Columbus Buggies tbe 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 Hank. In this line as in nearly all others we carry a cheaper grade. Tin and Enameled Ware Lisk's Patent Anti-Rusting 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 who wish it. We h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 November 1902

EALL I wish to announce about all in. I w mace prices thf SO REMEAfJ 3 lit must have been vivi'd Iiis motliiT too Villie wouldn't lo. No IUQ sporty nnil was often wont to brag tet ion was to taking on a '"jajr V pleaitintrs and warnings of liis pa. .n y'il foree liim with a prohibition law . (I .mil waywanl way at onee Invoine a man moral 1 uislatioii on the sumptuary plan. otli.y vnti-d option not only in that town. Hut throughout .ill tlie eouiitry for a thousand miles around Then they notifn' l ilie public that tile law must be olieyed And "I'll;: juiii " i;.t bt liandled a.-; an article of trade. A man started a Mind tiircr. but tliey got hot on his trail. AVitli the iv.-ult i!::it lie was sentenced to forty years in jail. And thf man who took some orders was lined in every ease. And the man w rat; a cold drink stand was branded with disgrace In this town tl;c It wa.-n't ni'ita lint it would rut- in fai-T. 1 here wa If 1 am not tui:. Put 1'. K icy o It was milder : And ta-I.-l l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 November 1902

V o A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCKS ARMING. A- VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13 1902. NO. 36 vii ecu wuem ueius i-e very mucn in evidence on all sdf in the country. The acreage stms to be unusually large this the late seasonable rains wifiJ make the winter pasturage un usually good and cattle will fare well this winter (or green feed Don't forget to order the cele brated Red Wood shingles. They will not cup shrink swell nor burn. Sold by Canyon Lumber Co. Mrs. Nannie Curtis State Lec- turer for the W. C. T. U. will lecture in Canyon City Thurs- day and Friday nights Novem- ber 13th and 14th. Mrs. Curtis is a very talented lady and we hope will Se greeted with a crowded house. Admission fees will- be nominal. Particulars will be given later. M. C. Chamlee says he will discount any prices you can get anywhere else 10 per cent on .-.itch' s clocks diamonds and in fact anything in the jewelery line. '!. .Vannie V. Curtis presiii:-nr oft lie X!;i-rina'i union responded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 November 1902

V Vi A a lot Knterel nt the jsmt oftW t Can- yon Tt'XiH a second class mail matter. OfTleial org.'iu of Jaekson '. V. V. Tamp Sto.iewail R. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. r $1.00 Six months 50 ADVERT 1 SI XH RATES. loath 10 rails per line for the first inseri"7 7 cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads one inch SI.VO per mnth. 1. il rat rutuct'wn for large ads. In another place will be found a very timely article on tire J guards. We have preached the gospel of plowing around all ranges so much and so often we! fear it will weary the careless! reader but the good book says j "be not weary of well doing". Therefore we again urge all per- sonsowning and controlling pas- tures or stalk fields to read and heed the article heretofore re ferred to. A few hours plow- ing may save you hundreds of j dollars worth of feed. MRS STREET 0. Desires to say to the ladies of Can yon City and Vicinity that she has the agency for the celebrated firm of 1 Air. UUuTlViis. return their T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 November 1902

BUCK'S COOK STOVES STEEL MAJESTIC RANGES HEATERS ALL THE BEST MADE We want Your Business. No Order Too Small None too Large to Receive our Prompt Attention. WIND MILLS WAGONS BUGGIES HARVESTERS MOWERS RAKES AND ALL FARM MACHINERY. STRING FELLOW HUME 7 civ.?rrc7TvrTro -v HARDWARE COMPANY M iisic. Ifceitals. Tlic school i if music of ('any on City will give a parlor recital at the resi- dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Krnsberger Friday evening Nov. Ill beginning at 7:M; also a public recital In the high Hchool room Thursday evening Nov. L'7 beginning at "SiO. The parlor recital is free to all mu- sic pupils anil their parents. An admission of 15c. to defray ex- penses will be charged to the public recital. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Canyon City school. Music Teachers. Mr. C. M. Hardin of Amarillo general manager of the Canyon Lumber Co. lias been seriously ill for some days and is still confined to the house. Last Saturday night at the mass meeting G. C. Long Earl Cobb ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 November 1902

fJood Ik-Ids! rains! Green wheat One new babe. The home of Mr. J. E. Wilson is the one made happy. We congratulate. Two new families. Mr. Shoulz from Hale and Mr. Harry Key. Mr. .S. rents land from Mr. J. T. Holland Mr. K. buys a quar- ter section. Harry Key is well known to our people and will make a valuable addition to the community. He has purchased mail route. Mr. Holland has contracted to build a house for Mr. C. M. Rog- ers who will rent land. Verily our country has become a farm- ing' country. Let others follow Mr. Holland's example and a. rapid development awaits us. Sick Mother Bradford and Mr. D. A. McSpadden. Both improving. Mr. T. H. Rice thinks he was cured by the Spe- cialist at Amarillo. L. C. Lair. U. C Long VP Lair & Long REAL ESTATE A.ND LIVE STOCK AGENTS any on City Texas Buy Sell and IZxchange Panhandle Lands. We Respectfully Solicit your Business 'ianos the Plains People. THE STOCKMEN'S NATIONAL BANK of cwrop CITY WW- We invito you to open an account with u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 December 1902

i Jrli jrif WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO S ! "S. J. b a K I"! It VOL VI. SCHOOL KOTES. Kitcd !ir the i County Superintendent. I hereby call a meeting of the teachers of Randall county on fciitarday the 31st. day of Jan nary for the purpose of organ mag county Teacher's Insti tute. All teachers of the coun ty are earnestly solicited to be in attendance and all trustees ex-teachers and friends of the school are respectfully invited to meet with us. Arrangements will be made to entertain the county teachers without expense to them so that there will be no excuse for non-attendance on that account Let me again urge the attendance and cooper ation of the teachers in all school work. Respectfully A. N. Henson. Couuty Superintendent. When a teacher must lose a day in attending institutes or teachers' associations it is but just perhaps that they should Lav credit on their account witk the trustees for the day but for no other reason. All time voluntarily lost by the teacher including holida...

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

(Jood rains! Green wheat fields! One babe. The home AVilson i.sthe one We congratulate. new of Mr. J. K. made happy Two new families. Mr. Shoulz from Hale and Mr. Harry Key. Mr. S. rents land from Mr. J. T. Holland Mr. K. buys a quar- ter section. Harry Key is well known to our people and will make a valuable addition to the community. He has purchased mail route. Mr. Holland has contracted to build a house for Mr. C. M. Rog- ers who will rent land. Verily our country has become a farm- ing country. Let others follow Mr. Holland's example and a rapid development awaits us. Sick Mother Bradford and Mr. D. A. McSpadden. Both improving. Mr. T. II. Ricej thinks he was cured by the Spe-1 cialist at Amarillo. oci" Really Uncle Dave Ri visitinff l. v. dir." Lair & REAL ESTATE ND Ul any on my temerity. Yet I wonder if deep down in your hearts you would not say amen" in true Methodist style. But I haven't made that statement please remember. I was just sud- p:xposinff. Of course we walki...

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

Now 15 the winter of our discontent made glorious ROOSEVELT'S bear tales but by those "an "7AG. NO. 1. StrsnrfeSlow Make Your dinner on. your tables for nothing adds nest Stock of Stores: tion for this study is laid in the language lesson of the primary hildren. Of course there must be thought work and accurate work in this as in other studies. Correct forms must be studied capitaliza- tion and punctuation must be kept constantly before them in' their written lessons and attention must be given to the little stories for re- production. In this study let the morning talk be the keynote of the day's work. For example let them talk about "The Cleaners" by Millet then tell them the Bible story of Ruth. Later in the day give them a lesson about wheat. In the study of numbers sense training should precede the work and should be given" daily the first month. It would be waste of time to go into detail as to methods we use to get the children interested in this study as we are all so famil-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 4 December 1902

(lood rains! Green wheat lields! One new babe. The home of Mr. J. K. Wilson is the one made happy. We congratulate. Two new families. Mr. Shoulz from Hale and Mr. Harry Key. Mr. S. rents land from Mr. J. T. Holland Mr. K. buvs a quar- ter section. Harry Key is well known to our people and will make a valuable addition to the community. He has purchased mail route. Mr. Holland has contracted to build a house for Mr. C. M. Rog- ers who will rent land. Verily our country has become a farm- ing country. Let others follow Mr. Holland's example and a rapid development awaits us. Sick Mother Bradford and j L. c Lair. Lair A K.S THOMAS; REAL ESTATE A.ND LWEV SALE STABLE. any on City Buy Sell and Exchange Panhan We Respectfully Solicit ynu - I have some stock horses and work mults that I would Wee to trade for house and lot in Can yon City or Hereford. Address J. K. Gaut Hereford Texas. ................. .. ....... ' - W. P. King went to Amarillo i Tuesday. THF RTfinKWIFM'R H III -f l WWIlll...

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