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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 24 October 1901

n "J A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 6. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, October 24, 1901. No. 30 V V CANYON GRAIN AND GOAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Kansas City Stock Yards. October 19, 1001 With the main show tent set, mak ing a dlspluy of canvas 300 feet long and 125 feet wide, loads of hay, utraw, sawdust etc., moving n round and an army of attendants busy nf their several tasks, the great Ameri can Royal cattle show and sale Is rapidly taking on the appearance of au up-to-date three ring perform ance affair. General Manager. Chas. It. Thomas, says he has never known such an active interest to be taken In any former event and from the ad vance hotel reservations the week of the 21st to the 2Gth, during which the American Royal cattle show and sale will be in progress throughout the days at the stock yards and the anuual horse show will occupy t...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 24 October 1901

V bing rate THE STAYER. Entered at the post office at Can von. Texas, as second class mail matter. Official organ of ('amp Stonewall Jackson, V. C. V. Publisher.. Editor, IF. Morgan. .Mrs. If. Morgan SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanbam TO CORRESPONDENTS We arc anxious to have correspon dent from each school community in the country tributary to Canyon City. Knlns, conditions of crops and grass, sales of stock when the price, 'Condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions are given are of Interest to stockmen lilrths, deaths, marriages, jhtsoiis moving into the community, resi dent oiug out etc itre matters of local Interest. lU-llgious, ediicntlonnl and social matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troultles or other matters that will lie unpleasant to any one. ' Correspondents will kindly furnish us the name and post office of the school teacher in your...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 24 October 1901

'; )', f u DEALER coal, Grain Seed of All The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give U8 a call when you come to Canyon City. Mr. Chamlee, the Jeweler, is ready to do your repairing in a first class manner. He is here to sttiy and if lie dont make your watch or clock run you can take it back until he docs get it right. BEVERLY BRIEFS. Brveki.v OcToiiEit, 17tii. Beverly school opened Mon day with Miss Nellie Grayson as teacher. The most of the farmers have their feed cut but not quite all hauled up yet. We are very sorry that Bro. TTT ' J i 3 11 I a guer (.uuiua win lusuppumi- raent on last Sundav. We have not learned the jeason why he could not come but suppose sick- ness kept him away. It was his Hastings, last time to preach for us. He There are a great many peo has been a faithful servant for pie getting wood out of the can two years and we regret very y0n now. They are preparing much to have to give him up. Mrs. Lemmons spent las...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 24 October 1901

Copyright, i8gg. tv Frederick A. Stoke Company. CHAPTER 1. THE CAUMAN'S FARE. It was bitterly cnlil. The keen De cember wind swept duwu the crowded thmtnif'lifarc, iiippiiig the noses mid t-ui of the f;iiy ilistri.uu-, comfort ably in u tltt-ct iii their warm v r:tps. I'lio.uivvay was tl.iuii'nl with the umihI holuiuy slniij.ers and pleasure-m-iIits. tubs with their jailed steeds ill m n by weathel lieuteii ji-huh, and piivaie c:iiri:it,'cs behind well (.'roomed Ihiim handled by litriicd coachmen, ili-f ;i v made their way thiutih the fi'untih ami ilejiuMlid 1 heir fans nt the nuances of the brightly-lirhted tliea tcis or fashioiinble i estaul iints. A icned hay, eatcd oil the curbstone i.l the eomer, keemeil tu shrink into herself with the cold as the turned the crank of her tiny bnrrel-orjfan and f-ronnd out it dismal anil scarcely au tlible caeiiphoiiy ; while an an.ions vved newsboy, not yet in his teens, shiv vi ed on the opposite side cf the way, its, wuh tremulous lip, he sol...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 31 October 1901

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 6. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, October 31, 1001. No . 31 CANYON GRAIN AND COAL GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRAIN AND COAL AU Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon Yard and Sheds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Kansas City Stock Report. Rome Inproved an compared with the previous week and sold largely at 9 7r, t..-i J K Inr wplflita rnnirlnir from Kansas City Stock Yards. goo to 1015 lbs. October 28, 1001 , Hog receipt were consld- Durlng the pout week the great American Royal cattle show and sale tins been in progress and both as a dhtplay of Hereford, Shorthorn and Galloway royalty and an attraction to visitors has far surpassed any pre vious event of the kind ever attend ed. The weather has been Ideal, and with the perfectly appointed barns, show tent and sule pavilion there was nothing to mar the success of the undertaking or retard the execu tion of the program. From mld fnrenoon until dusk the 300x125 feet show...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 31 October 1901

THE STAYER. Entered at the post office at 'Can yon, Texas, as second class mall matter. Official orpin of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher H. W. Morgan. Editor, Mrs. R. W. Morgan SUBSCRIPTION. One Year,... $1.00 Six months, .50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We are anxious to hare correspon lent from nth school community in the country tributary to Canyon City. Rains, conditions of crops and grass, sales of stock when the price, condition and ape of stock, and names of pnrtles to the transactions an gtven are of interest to stockmen Births, deaths, marriages, persona moving into the community, resi dents going out, etc. are matters of local interest. Religions, educational and social matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will be unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly furnish us the name and post office of the school teacher in your nelghlorhood ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 31 October 1901

DEALER coal, Grain and Field Seed of All Kinds. The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give us a call when you come to Canyon City. Mr. Chamlee, the Jeweler, Is ready to do your repairing In a first class manner. He Is here to stay and If he dont make your watch or clock run you can take It back until he doeB get It right. Midway Park Items. Dear Stayer, I am again in the field with the little mite of news which will not worry you much or cause comment from the caravan of country Cousins. No one dead or married since last we wrote you. Qlt is nice indeed Mrs. Morgan to learn of the whereabouts of our lost kinfolks and have them report of the doings of their im mediate neighborhood and bring light out of darkness. Yes "Cow boy" we gladly take you into fellowship from down the south line and we give you a cordial welcome and bid you rein your broncho in due bounds and ride into The Stayer sanctum every now and then. Many of the sweet b...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 31 October 1901

. .1 MM s rl XI X "7 WI ' ' H ICosyrtftrt, tr Fi4(rick X Stokts Coapanr) , "In my opinion," pi.u tne shrill voice jfis. ('ome,,l'haJwlck, trill two to one of nn elderly niun of clerical aspect, against the scientific criminal tempt "conscience is the surest detective, you to champion the cwise ol Mint ap nfttr oil." parently unappreciated inuiviuuul7" "Conscience!" retorted M unlock, "Very well. Pred,' answtred the niaa calmly; "the word ia a euphemism, addressed; "I'll take you lor a hun Man gives the name of conscience to dred." his fear of discovery and punishment, i a few similar bets were lanphingly There it. no such thinff as conscience in arranged and a copy of the Evening the criminal who has absolute conn- Tempest was sent for. tlenee in his power to escape detec- ., tion." chapter in. "Hut where is the man who can have I dr. jiURDOCTC'S PROBLEM, that superb confidence in himself?"! snftrplle'g toir di iner was virtually asked Sprague. "His name is probably legion," an swer...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 7 November 1901

V " ; : . . . - ,! :,) : ' . ' '' - y rHTT "IT" . : I A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol; 5;;;' Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, November 7, 1901. No. 33 V CANYON GRAIN WHOLESALE GRAIN AND COAL ; ; All Kinds of Field Seeds. The Largest and Best Wagon '' Yard and Sheds on the Plains. . Your Business Solicited. Kansas City Stock Report. ' Kansas City Stock Yards. . - November 4, 1SI01 Contrary to the expectation of many, receipts of cuttle at Kansas City during tho month of Oetolcr Mere well up towards those of Octo ber 1900. As the month was a record breaker and the past season lias em braced many features that were , hardly conductive to a heavy fall run there was every reason to believe that receipts for October this year would fall far short of the banner month a year ago. Last month's ar rivals were over 270,(KI00nii(l less than 1K.0O0 short of October !)U0. Hog re ceipt for October were 220,500 against lMl,40()last year and the sheep supply amounted to 117,200 as com ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 7 November 1901

THE - STAYER. Entered at the post ofllo at Can yon, Texas, as second class until c atter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher R. Jp. Morgan Editor, Mrs. !. IV. Morgan The Hadley Drug Company have just received a lot of Parke Davis & Compaq's blackleg vaccine and svrinjres for aDDlv ing it. "" Stock iren are invited to call and examine them. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, $1.00 Six months, .50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We are anxious to have correspon dent from acl school community in the country tributary to Canyon Vity. Ilalns, conditions of crops and grass, sail's of stock when the price, condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions -re given are of Interest to stockmen Births, deaths, marrlnges, persons moving into the community, resi lient going out, etc. are matters ol local interest. Religious, educational and social, matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid me...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 7 November 1901

You can hava BRENT C. TAYLOR. & ft GOAL, GRAIN AND LIVERY BUSINESS. The best Teams, Rigs, Livery Bam and Wagon Yard in West Texas. Coal, Grain and all sorts of Field seeds as cheap as the same quality can be bad from any one. The best and nicest bus in the country to meet all trains. Fair and Courteous treatment to all. Business South of the square CANYON CITY, TEXAS FINE HATS Latest Shapes Best Quality tco, if you trade with mf?!!fin -ow spike,- we M c chamlee. U.S. DEALER coal, Grain and Field Seed of All Kinds. The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give us a call when you come to Canyon City. L. T. Lester, W. C. Baird and other cattle men who have bad much experience in tbis "country say that the rains are not hurt ing the grass at all, that the grass is fine and cattle are fat. Beverly Briefs. Here we come again, very newsy you know, as we always No marriages. No deaths. Some sickness but not any se- rious that we know of an...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 7 November 1901

''IjKXisM . - rCopyrtrtit. sft. by Frederick A. Stokes Company. ( ' C1IAPTEU V. to have wen itci.t-cted in its course by A FOUNDATION' OP PACTS. J it contact with the rib. for, as far as I V hen the two run wore comfortably ; have been able to judge by probing ettlrd in the reporter's study, Sturgis ! the two wounds with my pencil, their produced pipes, tobacco and writing materials. "There, now," said he, a he prepared to write, "I begin with what 1 shall call the Cab Mystery. Tlie!nta in this ease are already plentiful and curious. I shall read ns I write, and you can interrupt for up .rrstiors and criti cisms, a the points occur to you. In the first place, the dead mnn is about fifty years old, and was employed iu some commercial houfe or financial in stitution, prounbly bookkeeper, - at n fairly fcood salary." "Hold on there, fturgis," laughed Thurston. "I thought you were going "HOLD ON THERE, STL'RGIS. to build up a solid foundation of facts before you allowed your imagination...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 14 November 1901

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PARMNQ. Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, November 14, 1901. No. 33 CANYON GRA N AND GOAL CO WHOLESALE GRAIN AND All Kinds of Field eeds. ' The Largest and est Wagon Yard and heds on the Plains. Your Business Solicited. Kansas City Stock Report. Kansas City Stock Yards November 11, 1!)01 - Cattle receipts during the iast week have been only moderate nml with tin exception of stoockers find com innn feeders all kinds of cattle have been In active demand. There was a noticeable falling off in the receipts of cull lots of range cows during the past week and all grades of cows were wanted nt prices that ranged from steady to 20 cents higher as compared with the prevnling values of the week before. The highest ad vance secured was on stock cows and hlcfcrs the best heifer calves hav ing sold at all the way from 4..10 up to 5.80. The best offerings of feeders hoIu up to 4.-10 and all good lots were readily disposed of at satisfac tory prices, but th...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 14 November 1901

THE STAYER. Entered at yon, Texas, matter. the post office at Can as second class mall Official orsan of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher. Editor, . . . . . . . . Jl. IF. Mrs. JI. W. Morgan Morgan SCBSCUUTION. One Year, $1.00 Six months, JO FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sain W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We are anxious to have correspon dent from -och school community In the country tributary to Canyon City. Ilnins, conditions of crops and grass, sales of stx-k when the price, condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions are given are of interest to stockmen I'.irths, deaths, marriages, persons moving into the community, resl--dentu going out, etc are matters of local interest. Religions, educational and social matters Indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will be unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly furnish us the name and post office of the school teacher in...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 14 November 1901

Kansas Citr Wednesday: Hugh Brown has sold his place near Rowe to J. T. Adarason, of Collin county. The place con sists of 240 acres patented land and 320 acres school- land, and is well improvedTTlje consid eration was 2475. Mr. Brown is negotiating for another place nearer town and will continue to run the broom factory. Claren don Banner- Stockman. M. C. Chamlee. W 4. , , ,-J "r- mm "Sis4 THE U. S;-50BER DEALER Grain coal, Seed of The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give us'a call when yon come to Cauyon City. The Hadley Drug Company have just received a lot of Parke Davis & Company's blackleg vaccine and syringes for apply ingit. Stock iren are invited to call and examine them. The editor made a flying trip down the Denver Road last week, found the people in pretty bard shape, crops poor, water scarce, grass none. We passed thousands of poor cattle at Wagoner, trying to pass the quarantine line. One man, Mr. Laster, from J...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 14 November 1901

LONG LEAF than our 81.00 pnts. Sec tuuiii. tf Smith, Walker & Co. PIME LUMBER, Pn-T?sna.tch Scores Vio tory. - The St. Louis Post-Dispajch thft onlv electrotVDe THE BEST TO BE HAD FOB STRENGTH. COlor worn in me wc&i, mmuuni mnnv naners tiavecoiorea covers tri EL LOW The low price s AS" at which Arbuckles' famous ft roasted coffee can be sold is made If Iflf possible by its enormous sale. It should II llll not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at VUUu Ifll I cent a pound less than Arbuckles'. It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and - tnJ makes many more cupfuls to the pound. No other Vr7 I W firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage I W as the producers of Arbucklcs' Coffee. No other coffee Jl sriss is cleaned, roasted or blended with such gre3t care and . r Au skill. When you buy Arbucklcs' you get better Wmf quality and greater value than you can get in any III other coffee at anywhere near the same price. Ill II II Wwv You also get ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 21 November 1901

'":.:. 'H1 W i ..; .-r :'' ' : '' '' A ir'c i.U-:. 3 ; --rl .,- . Mr. . . A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOGK-FARMINQ. Caiiyon Oity TexasijTKsday Nbyeinber 21, 1901. No. 84 VOL 5. r f 1 . - SMITH, WALKER & GO'S. - " . ..... i DRY GOODS AT COST. we will sell ANY ARTICLE in our; entire DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT af A0TTJAL dOST. ; Smith, .Walker is Company have a Plains wide reputation for handling onlyj flrsCclass goods and we are how offering in every; particular Tnitr oriTr flmn in a .i'Pnri'hn.Tldlfii vve" are the people who make these PR- For dates of sale 'and a few specimen iprices see oiit ad on CES. OTHERS MAY TRY TO MEET THEM. another page. Kansas City Stock Report. ' KniiHiiH City Stock YuhIh 1 November IS, 1901 Trie ncnr approneh to the baked turkey and cranberry wince, mince pie and fruit uike Heiuton In begin ning to alienate the nffectloua of the curnlvorouH appetite from the ront beef, boiled liams, and mutton utew bill o fare and the past week'H live ntock buHiiK'HH ha,...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 21 November 1901

Tbe matrimonial fever has struck town and it is reported many cases are showing indica tions of succumbing vto ths dis ease. - Persons desiring fruit or or. namental trees, flowers, shrubs, pr otnerfhursery Stock will do well to see B. U. uaker, of Wright, Texas. Ha is repre 3fer,. A. AT. JSortan. senting tbe celebrated Stark tCUCJUPTIOtt Bros., of Louisiana Missouri. DAYS . Cergeact Bam W. T. Laaham W ai abxtoos to have eomspon. lWhwiwcl school eotnmaatty ta the eoaatry Jrlbataix to Canyon car." coafltttoM of crops aa4 , Mies of stock waea the prtee. ag of stock, ai i of partfcM to the traasaetloas t of tatetast to stocks Etrt&fe, deaths, lurrisgM, persons vtaa la to ths eouraaaUy, tesV leats cotac oat, etc are natten of local tateiwt. BeOsloas, adoeatloaal and social matters indicate to the world tbs at teattoa given to mea tatnga. Strictly avoid mentioning nttls tsoables or other natters that win be unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly tarnish " ms the BAsse and ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 21 November 1901

... f Nor. THEX; don't Control all the GOOD sopdsv We meet their prices and "gd 'einia ,l4tle' better f ' OEER OEALK IN GoaI6ram arib Iftelk of ail tftm&e. The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited . Give us a call when yon come to Canyon City. .-.Mr. Nasb, ot P)ain view, for merly Miss Ida Borsey, of this city, is spending: the,we1t with rare. u a. uooer. Any of Rainon's Itemed legman aaw be bad at "the Cannon CHaf Phaj- macy. : .J - j - - , .'i r Mrs - J. pi jPilnas' been eobflned to her bed seferat days but we are glad to learn not se riouslyill. anyon Tumber (o: DEALERS IN .HPIMFYELLOWpiNEIUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES ARE . Ut)cr Gnulc.-i !' Flooring, Ceiling, Drop trii i ji sr. iLiw,cici hiding, Finishing, Etc. ASTOUNOINQ DISOOVERY. From Cooporavlli', Mlt,h.,pomii8,TVor(l of a wonderful dlttoovery of it pleaHHnt tnmtiiiK liquid that whon nmd before retiring by anyonp troubled. ,lth ,, VM c6uxlilIaw;'ikViVff irood nifrht'aivat. "It wil...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 21 November 1901

: : BJA-tsswit.iw.-.wia. 'v A r. cyyf 5 DEALERS IN long leaf yellow pine lumber, noous WINDOWS MOULDINGS UUIMHKQ PAPEU Jbsolutrtu Tire Lincoln Mixed Paint Sold under an Iron Clad Guarantee.- SI. XE1YMAX, MAXAGER, CANYON CITY, CopjrrlrM.' by Fi4rkk A. Stoket Company. lVis property, hnvuig oeen the sub ject of an interminable lawsuit, bad remained for many years unoccupied, and wn even now beginning to be re garded by some of the neighbors as haunted, when nt last it was bought iy Dr. Murdock. a wealthy widower with an only daughter. For some months masons and carpenters were nt work; and then, one day, the new occupants entered into possession. The Murdocks lived quietly but lux uriously, like people accustomed to wealth. They had their horses and carriages, their house at Lenox and at Newport, and their yacht. Their cir cle of acquaintances was large, and included not only the fashionable set, but also a scientific, literary and art istic set. For Dr. Murdock was a chemist of nation...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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