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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1903

CAN ON CITY (THE STAY Ell.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1903. NO. 7. THE DEPARTMENT STORE. The News had a chance to ad vertise one but refused, reserv ing our space for home institu tions. The big department stores of Chicago and other cities, have very heavy expen ses to meet and not the least among the items is thejmoney spent in advertising alone, sev eral of the big ones paying out hundreds of thousands of dol lars, ir. this' way. Relying al most wholly upou advertising, the business of these stores has grown until there is hardly a town or hamlet in Texas, but what can number among its cit izens customers of some Chica go or New York house. They are even now a serious menace to thecouutry merchant and will remain so until the coun try dealer gets onto and adopts to some extent the modus operandi of the catalogue con cerns. These big houses describe their wares in seductive lan guage...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 1 May 1903

K DIE I'srs of a Hairpin. A close student of women says the London Express, lias col lected a few uses to which she can turn a hairpin: Pick a lock. Draw out a nail. See if a joint is done. Kej air a baby carriage. K'ake a tire. .Make a fork. Stir batter. Doctor an automobile. IVel an apple. Beat an egg. Do up a baby. Fasten a door. Put up a curtain. Cut a pie. Make a fishhook, liegulate a range. Whip cream. Shovel bonbons. Tighten windows. Wake up the cat. Serve as a toothpick. Cut up your large laud holdings and convert same into small (arms. Wihnrger only want more people to make it one of the best agricultur al counties in the state. Wherever vou find a satisfied set of farmers ; they are chsc neighliors. h-ive their ' school Ik-hisc, their church and post I otlice. This can't tie done with a large ranch between each farm. Farmers I area social, neighborly class of people ! the world over. Always look on the bright ! side of life, also look at Burton Linco Go's stock of bright t...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 8.1903. NO. 8, Y AMONG OUR Clippings From Last Clarendon Storm Swept. Wednesday morning about two o'clock, a storm came up from the soutli that proved to be the most destructive Claren don has ever had. The heaviest loser is perhaps W. C. Morgan, living on a hill north of town, whose large barn 'was blown completely down; the structure was worth $500 or more. H. W. Taylor's large tank and tower in the rear of his store and bis wind mill at his residence were blown down and badly broken. Con ductor Harrington's windmill, tower, tank and bam were blown to pieces. Dilwortli's two story barn was wrecked, as was Hill's blacksmith shop. The Banner-Stockman office was a frail box building with the sills badly decayed, and the walls separated from the floor and careened over and is unfit for use. The type in several cases was pied and the ra...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1903

CAXYOX CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTKR R. DKANDONi Editor. Sunday night a fair raia fell in town and country and on Tuesday night it begun to rain early and continued until morn ing. Round about town and as far as we have heard from, plen ty of rain has fallen and the prospects are excellent for more although it doesn't seem to be needed in this vicinity at pres ent. Our wet season has set in so say the old settlers. Hereford has been incorporat ed for municipal purposes and is now dubbed a "City." The Hrand of that place has been designated as the official organ of the city of Hereford, and edi tor Vanderburgh of the same paper has been appointed city secretary and treasurer. This is displaying uuusual confidence in a newspaper man, as the gen eral rule applies, but we are sure that Bro. Van will always warrant the trust. We do enjoy seeing our compeers grow. Don't forget that we carry in stock a full line of Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. C.VNYON LlTMHKK CO. ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1903

) f Z Purely Personal. T. 1'. Service l In Anmrillo thin week. Mr. Kay Parish of Anna, Is visit ing with Judge Lair this week. Mrs. T. I. Service and daughter, 311ns Ona, with hi tin; city Monday, shopping. Mrs. Haley of Sweetwater, came in last Saturday and will visit Mrs. M. S. Gntewood for a few weeks. W. M. Hill, of Merldnn, was in town Tuesday, looking nfter Ids lunch interests in the X. K. part of the county. C. V. Hatchings, of Dallas has ac cepted a position us salesman with the firm of Pattillo & (innilile. The public will find li i in a courteous gen tletnan. The graduating class, with Miss Itolaud, class sponsor, pro teia, came down to the photographer's lasl Tuesday afternoon, and hail their likeness struck en group. Ksker Shell, of t'otno, Tenn., a cousin of (J. ('. Long, arrived here last week and expects to locate. Mrs. Shell and family expect to come as soon as Mr. Shell gets located. All stores will close at 7:00 o'clock p. in., until, luae 1". In the language o...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 8 May 1903

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. The Sunday school is an evo lution. The evolvement has come from an idea of practical usefulness which an earnest man put into operation more that one hundred years ago. Miners, and the poor people generally, who did not have time to learn to read and write and cipher during: the weekdays were invited to accept free tu torage ou Sunday at the hands of a pious young man and some of bis friends. The people, young and old, gladly accepted the invitation, and the work of teaching on the Sabbath those who could not be taught on any other day was accepted as a duty of the ministers and church people wherever the congrega tions were made up of the poor er classes. Like other uepart ments of religious work the Sunday school system soon be came very popular with earnest Christians who had the time and the talents for it, and the pas tors encouraged it, adding the catechism as one of the text books. When the people of wealthy or prosperous churches took up the work, and fou...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1903

CANYON '."CITY NEW S (THE STAYKK.). IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1903. NO. 9. AMONG OUR jXCHANGE8. J Clippings From Last Halo County lK-ruld. The survey of the Kansas City & El Paso R. R. is completed to Mangura, and the Rock Island survey is coming west from Ver non, is now this side of Paducah, and will soon be on the Plains where Moses and the Prophets from Lockney, Plainview and Floydada will give them partic ulars of Caanan's happy land. Lockney has already a 825,000 bonus for the first railroad here, and will do more than that. Lockney Beacon. When they strike this delecta ble neck of woods we will give them not only all the "particu lars of Caanan's happy land" but will shell out whatever amount of cash they may be short on the construction of the road. L. G. Wilson spent a few days in our city, returning to Canyon Monday. He urged our people to move for a railroad, and ad vised...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 15 May 1903

Tin: Statk of Tkx.vs. Ran ham. CoVSTY. ) In Commissioners' Court, May term. WW. Ilefore im. J. II. Harrison Clerk of tin' county court in nnd (or Ha Id County, personally nppenred the Memlwrs of the Commissioners' Court, wboiie iumi' an lielow hud seribed. who, wpon their oaths, do say: That tin requirements of Art. C7. Chnptcr I, Title XXV. of tin Revised Statutes if the State of Tex hh, its nmended by the regular ses sion of the Twenty-fifth legislature, have in nil thiug Urn fully complied with, find that the cash and other nssets mentioned In the quarterly re port made to and tiled In this Court by U. H. Redfearn County Treasurer of said County, for the quarter end ing the :10th day of April 1903, and ! held by him for, said County, have j been fully Inspected and counted by j them t this Term of said Court; ami ; that the ninonut of money and other j assets in the hands of said Treasurer j are as follows, to-wit: j Total amount of cash In the j various Fundi lielonglng to the j...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 22 May 1903

it CANYON CXTY (THK STAYEK.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 22,1903. NO. 10. NEWS. AMONG OUR Clippings From Last From the Hall County Herald of last week we learn that Mem phis is to have a brick yard. Tbe Commercial Club subscrib ed $120, with which to purchase the ground f0r it; that J. S. Cobb of Louisville, Texas will own and operate it. That Memphis will celebrate the Fourth of July with a grand barbecue. That the Commercial club is offering inducements for some one to build a brick hotel at Memphis. That the business men of Memphis are alive and up-to-date and well represented in their town paper the Her ald. Tuliii Standard. "Mr. Anderson who, for some time past, has been engaged in the Mercantile business in Can yon, passed through Tulia last Monday, with his family and stock of goods, en route for Plainview, where he will make his home and conduct his busi ness in the future. Mr. Ander ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 22 May 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) MAN ABOUT TOWN m - CJEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER R. BRANDOS, Kditor. What about organizing Board of Trade? An Observer Who Styles Himself "Alknlulr" Use Hot Shots its a Poultiee. I JOSH IIOSH, AND SOME LOGIC The case of Uauter vs. John A. Wallace was submitted to a jury in the count)- court last s nisrbt and a verdict rpndrpd fnr He Flourishes mi TnmnHi'il Pen Though He Avoids Personality. J. A. Hauter in thp sum of A1 . 45 what the plaintiff asked for! iu the justice court. j 1 Judge Heuson had a sore dis- j 11 is crror to suppose that appoinment Thursday. Itleak;man belongs to himself. No ed out that J. A. Biveus of Tulia man does- He belongs to his had contracted with the Judge I wife or children, or his re to marry hira sometime during j latl0ns or nis creditors, or to thedav but that Mr Itirnc nffr ! society in some form or other. making this arrangment had ! Il is or tneir especial good and , 1 I. 1 r a. U i i. . i gone to Amarillo, and had mat...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 22 May 1903

H-;HCi.,l,;i,JW."..Ji.f.-"4c;- S Purely Personal. Attorney L. G. Wilson left Wednes day for Yuniit, Arizona. 0. 0. Withrow, of Happy, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Tadlock left Monday for IMaln vlew to ht gone for the week. 'Tctc" I'urc.ell, of Hereford, an old Unmet friend of ours, is iu town to day. Mrs. J. V. Mauk, of Hereford, is here on an extended visit to her Ma ter, Mrs. 0. W. Carr. S. V. Flores, of Tulla, was In town Wednesday. He seemed very an xious to sell his steers. John Htitsou came in Wednesday from Kansas City and is registered at the Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1. (iordon-l'iim-mings were in town shopping last Saturday. Trot. ISrnsberger lias accepted a position as hook-keeper with Dotio- hoo-Wnre Hardware Co. I-'. V. Parks, who left here some time ago for I'eeos, had hU large dog shipped to him this week. Mrs. Koland moved this week to Amarillo, where her husband is en gaged as a carpenter. A glorious rain fell here Wednesday evening, spreading the faces of our Kal...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 22 May 1903

In The Good Old Summer Not long now until the sub stance of the Song1 becomes a stem reality to the people of the South-west; bence it is time to pick OUt SOME COOI- AND wealthy spot where the ex pended energy of a busy winter and spring may be re-couped. With our assistance, tne choos ing of the place, --(where to go), is now an easy matter. It should be a place where the air is light and dry and easy to breathe,--where there is good fishing and other sports, where Scenic attractions abound, and where there are good Hotels and first class Hoarding houses; in a word, where one may take it easy and enjoy the passing hours in comfort and at reasona ble cost. THE DENVEU ROAD offers, direct, more of such at tractive summer vacation prop ositions than any other line in the South-west. Drop us a Postal card upon the subject and be convinced. A. A. Gmsson, Gen'l. Pass Ag't., Ft. Worth, Texas. Cured His Mother ol Rheu matism: "My mother has been a suffer er for many years with rheuma tism,"...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 May 1903

CITY (THE STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS, VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 29,1903. NO, 11. CANYON NEWS, t AMOWC OUR EKCHANGE8. j Clippings From Last Stratford Star. We cannot too strongly urge upon our people the importance of taking immediate steps to properly advertise Sherman county. What we want and must have is a thorough and systematic advertising cam paign, such as other communi ties are taking advantage of. There is not a citizen of the coubty but that would be bene fitted by the settling up of the country and hence all should feel a deep interest in this mat ter. The Star has, a: all times, done everything that we could to promote the interests of the county and we are preparing to continue to do so oti a larger and better scale. We believe that the best way to advertise a country is through the paper on the ground. o ; The above from the Stratford Star is exactly in line with what the News thinks on the same ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 May 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) GEO' A. BRANDON, Prop. WAI.TKK R. BRANDOS, Kditor. Entered at the pout office nt Cun- ron, Texan, a hccodu cuimu wall matter. si:bsckiption. One Year SI. 00 Six months, oO AD J 'KRTISl.VU RA TES. 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. laTBillH njjainst this offlee to receive prompt attention should lie presented on the first day uf each month. Honest labor is rather an honor than a disgrace. The re-union executive com mittee meets this evening at Judge Buie's office, 5 p. m. Man About Town is conspicu this week by his absence and gives as an excuse, that be bad a sudden attack of influenza. THAT RAILROAD. Amarlllo Star. Announcement has been made by Mr. H. B. Sanborn, chair man of the committee on trade extension of the Amarillo Board otTrade, that sufficient subscrip tions to stock to organize a Railway Company tor the pur pose of bu...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 May 1903

irMMnMnrw,'mitnMrjr.iiwntiA.ii a Purely Personal. o Thin country has not suffered tor want of raiu ho fur. C. K. May of Chula, Mo., In hero visiting C. IJ. Wnllaca. Mrs. De GnifU'iiroltl came In from Amnrlllu Tuemlay evening. If you like the News, kindly help ns tu Increase our circulation In the county. The Donohoo Hardware business is being moved to the building vaca ted by Anderson Mr. St. Clair get $1800 for his resi dence aud we are informed, retains possession until fall. Vlnltlns'nchool teachers have been ns thick In our tow n thin week an tin cans around a boarding house. Mrs. C. T. DeCJraftenreid und little Miss Jessie aud "(Jrandnm Chris tlan" of Cita, were in the city Tues day and Wednesday. Messrs. S. L. and ,1. W. Parker stayed one night here on their way home to Tulla, from attending (Joodnlght College. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and baby boy drove in from their beautiful home place up tlie Canon and were shopping in town Tuesday. Report says that J. W. St Clair has sold his...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 29 May 1903

Some Difference. "There is a remarkable differ ence between Texas and New Mexico," remarked a passenger on the south bound train last week, in the hearing of this re porter. The event that prompt ed this soliloquy was the amus ing incident that occured at the first stop at a water tank just after crossing the Texas line into New Mexico. Several so called cowboys had alighted from the car and proceeded in the dicer's vernacular to start a a dice game. A nearby wash- tub was appropriated for a table, j and the "rolling of the boues,"j in the tin tub seemed to furnish 1 inspiring influence tor the par ticinauts. Several dollars changed bauds in a jiffy and j they seemed to regret hearing the "all aboard,' of the conduc-j tor. "Now, in Texas,' remark- j ed the passenger, "it is the pre- vailing sentiment of the people, j that is fast placing the liquor traffic with its influence awayj back in the rear. Not so how-) ever, in New Mexico. But then I it is a blessing so ordained thatj we do...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 5 June 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. ) (TUK STAYKU.) V V IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE, 51903. NO. 12. I BAPTIST COLLEGE TALK. It Would Be Hard To Tell By The Newspapers Which Town Is Best Suited Hull County News. The Clarendon Chronicle says the report put out by a Mem phis paper that Mrs. Adair had subscribed $10,000 for the Bap tist college at Clarendon is a mistake. That's what we lowed. The fact that Mrs. Adair is a Metho dist and refused to put up a cent for the Methodist College made the story sound a little thin. However it seems to us that as she made her money out of Donley county she might spend a little of it there. Now that the Hereford College and Industrial School has been formally turned over to the Christian church of Hereford, let's all pull together and see that it is completed in time for the opening next tall. The un certainty of the status of the college has caused many to be backward about...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 5 June 1903

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31, 1903, For the Taxes of 1902, only, IN RANDALL COUNTY. TEXAS. NAME OF OWNER LAND 8TATK TAXES COUNTY TAX KS Total Taxcit j.Vb.t No. Cirt. No. hurv. No. i Acres Acre; I. Original Oruntve Dixlrit't School I No. or 1 IlllMtrlct ji'nlty AmuM IHIiiii City or Town Lot j Mock Revenue Srtiool Poll I Penalty Adv. Spec foil II. S. Hnrnliam J. (!. Trimble J. K. Hentley Hrown & Strntton L. A. Kradlev J. W. Nradley T. K. Elliott. Unknown t noo ..j 43 ; 4.1 w! is jr. t. n. . ! i I 4S0 100 480 2 4:1 41 1 07 2 02 )i 1 15 1 50 1 50 3 01 5 82 'Canyon 4 04 01 3 06 24 1 22 1 1 17 08 4 2 .r)(5 4 12 (JSCi; 172 A. H. M ;t20 j 1 00 Canyon 8 S I A. B. a M Cal AValker It. C. Adams Unknown ii'o. A. Montgomery. Unknown AV. N. I'.rown.. Unknown ... ! i 100 Canyon ft. II. Kirlev T. W. Harrett. I'nknown K. L. Dolioney.. I'nknown :: 2(15 !I40 H lit II. H. Shofner S. M. M'an 7:i li42 '.Mm (197 WO I l.v:u")!! Mi7' 1-407, 0-21 H: O-SUi n-1771 o-v.i.v M.-. i l-.HI. l.V-...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 12 June 1903

NEW (THE STAYER.) IF YOU ARE A PANHANDLER, HELP THE NEWS "PANHANDLE" FOR THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE, 12, 1903. NO. 13. CITY AMONG OUR Clippings From Last Clarendon Chronicle. Under the head, "Under Oath to Run 'Em," the Amarillo Ad vocate reproduces the following from the Star: "The one who would have the publisher to violate his oath to cut a saloon ad is too short sighted to ever get a glance of St. Peter at the golden gate. " Now, the wonder to us is, that anyone who would be under oath to run a saloon ad should have ever heard of St. Peter. Hereford Drawl. One among the oldest citizens of Buruet county, Jack Humph rey, came in on Monday's train prospecting. Mr. Humphrey is highly pleased with Hereford and the Panhandle country and contemplates buying land while here. President Randolph Clark re turned Monday from his trip in the interests of AddRan Col lege and reports that his trip was more than successful and that the funds necessary to c...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 12 June 1903

Lauds Sold to the State or Reported Delinquent in Former Years, Not Redeemed and are also Delin quent for 1002, in Randall County. GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER R. BRANDON, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION. Cue Year. $1.00 Six months, 50 LAND COl'XTY TAXES NAME OF OWNER TOWN OR CITY LOTS STATE TAXESI n a tf v. ft a 9 4 s Orlglaal UrauterJ City or Town Lot Block Totnl Txei s 1 1 7 3 4 4 CANYON CITY NEWS. (THE STAYER.) 11 1 ii 1; 1, 15 15 27 15 15 15 15 22 3I 5 i 17 17 ADVERT I SIX G RATES. Locals 10 ccnis 'per line for the first insertion, J cents each subsequent insertion. Display ads, one inch, $1.00 per month. Liberal reduction for large ads. Blessed are they that live in the Panhandle, for they shall enjoy peace and prosperity. News about the middle. These wet days show clearly the advantage Canyon City has in the way of drainage over many of her sister towns of the Plains country. The town of Lampasas went anti by a good majority but the pro vote in the county precincts was such that Lampas...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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