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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 June 1904

Citv New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAYJUNE 24 1904. NO15. Canyon A Fiance by Express . . . By . . . HOWARD FIELDING Copyright !!. Iy Chariot V. Ilooke IN the old dnys when a father did not wish his dautfhlor In marry the man of lier choice he locked her up in the turret chamber of the easlle and kept her on a diet of bread and water until she was too weak to oppose paternal command. The method is unusual now in this part of the world and therefore the luck of Stuart IIollitiKswoi tl) may lie called ex- ceptionally hard. Hollingswortli was engaged to Ruth Warren wilhout her lather's consent. Ilolllngsworth had n great reputation as n wit and had said one or two very clever but. not unkindly things about Albertus Warren. Otherwise Hollingsworth was unex- ceptionable. He was not so rich as Warren but he was In a good way of business and striding on toward great success. A brisk bright cheery fellow ho was despite th...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 June 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. JIRAN1IOX Prop. WALTKR K. BRANDON Id it or. A Weekly newniier devoted to the InterewtH of Knndall county nnd published at office-on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. l'HiHTd sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCH1PTION. One Year. SI. 00 Six monlhs .50 announcement "Kates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offices $10 00 County Offices r 00 I'reclDct Offices ;l tHi "Please don't asK for credit on announcements. Announcements. CX)UNTY TICKET. For County Judge J. M. VAXSANT. JOHX ROGERS. O. G. FOSTEIt A. X. HEXSOX. (For Re-Election) For County and District Clerk- ly. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. X. IIAKRISOX For Tax Assessor & H. HITCHCOCK P. II. YOUNG. J. T. JOWELL S. H. IIEYSEK. For Sheriff and Tax Collector- G. C. LONG. E. A. UP FOLD For Re-Elect ion ) Yur County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. For County Treasurer R. G. OLDHAM JOHX ROW AN. R. 15. REDFEARN (For Re-Election I For Inspector R. E. FOSTER ( Re-Elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 June 1904

Local. Wilson has Racket (foods look through. Mrs. A. N. Henson went up to Amarillo Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bovles of Tulia was the guest of Mrs. J. A. Grundy Wed- nesday. Fletcher Rogers and sister of Hereford spent Wednesday here visiting. Buie Xf Rollins want to list your lands for sale or exchange for black land. Mrs. J. N. Donohoo left Tuesday for Plainview where she will visit friends and relatives for a time. Col. Baillio the genial represen- tative of the Western Newspaper Union was with us yesterday. Ladies wanting Ironing Boards will send their husbands to Burton-Lingo's. Looks like a buggy-house that Jack Canipbell is putting up or rather having put up this week. Misses Vera Odell and Columbia Redfearn left Wednesday evening for Clarendon where they will at- tend the summer Normal.. A $10 dress hat is to be given away by the Canyon Mercantile Co. Read their display ad for par- ticulars. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Dal- hart parents of Charlie and Comer Thomas spent yesterday w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 June 1904

ARE YOU GOIN TO' FAIR? I If 60 now 16 tbe time to bccibc wbat ou mtenfc HXIiearincj! THE We have tried to anticipate your needs and we believe that an examination of our stock will con- vince you that we have succeeded. For the next month we have decided to place on sale season- able merchandise at prices that you can't afford to overlook. This month's bargain story will be one to interest every buyer of Dry Goods and wearing apparel. With the closing day of May the Spring season ended. We are determined to close out all Spring stock in order to be ready for the Summer campaign which opens with the early days of June. Examine carefully the following: DRY GOODS DEPARTAtENT Oxfords for waists worth 15c at is'.-c Poplin Rayee tor waist? worth 2c at 20c French Flaked suiting worth wc at 40c French Flaked Suiting worth 40c at 30c Pongee Silk worth 85c at -5c LaJies' Waists carried from last season slightly damaged worth 50c 60c and 75c at Ladies' Waists carried from last season slightlv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 July 1904

itv N THE NKWS Office For JOB WOHK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 1 1904. NO. 16. Canyon n I Orchestra. Chair X 15 By HOWARD FIELDING Cojyryif 1003 by C'nurlm ir. Ihmke TriE train from New York due at Bridgeport at 0:20 p. in. ran Into the station a few minutes lata and with nn unusual panting and bustle as If confessing that It was In a hurry. From the rear platform of the last car there alighted a tall young man who did not wait for the train to come to a full stop. He wore a loag dark gray raincoat with the collar turned up and a black alpine hat was pulled well down over his forehead. His general aspect as he dodged around the end of the depot suggested that of one who Is hurrying through a smart shower without an umbrella yet the weather had cleared within the last hour and moreover the man was under shelter all the time. If It was the stranger's Intention to escape observation lie fulled signally. An exceptionally keen eye marked ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 July 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. 11 RAN DON I'rop. WALT ICR U. IIRANDON Kditnr. A Weekly newspapiT hvot(l to the hitereHtft of Kaml.ill eyunt.v and l.nhlished nt ofliw on West Kvel.vn St. Can.von City every Friilny. I'npera wnt out of the county promptly dineontinued at explratio n of time paid for. SUBSCRIPT ION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 50 Let everybody pull to make the fifth annual meeting of Camp Stonewall Jackson bigger and better than ever before. It can be done without the ques tion of a doubt. The old veter ans deserve a hearty welcome. announcement "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Ofiiees $10 (HI County Office (hi Precinct Otiices :; 00 frir Please don't hkk for credit on announcement. announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Judge J. M. VANS A NT. (J. U. FOSTEK A. X. 1IENSON (For Ke-Election ) For County and District Clerk I.. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. X. HARRISON One cannot travel over the Panhandle especially that por- tion traversed by the Pecos Val- ley it northeaster...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 July 1904

I Local. Wilson hae Racket tood? look through.. T.-H. Rowan returned yesterday from a trip to Ft. Worth. The Normal at Clarendon opened with tifty in attendance. Mr. Giles and daughter of Ama- rillo attended the Baptist revival meeting here this week being guests of L. C. Lair and family h'. A. Patterson of Merit Texas an old friend of Attorney Rollins spent several days this week in town. Mesdames Oscar Hunt and George Reynolds went up to Ama- rillo Tuesday evening to visit friends a few days. Prof. W. J. Lackey and family moved last week to Weatherford Okla. The News wishes them well in their new home. Painter Cochran is plying his brush and paint to the exterior of Hotel Victoria this week. It looks much improved in appearance. No puff is necessary to sell our goods. Those who see them are satisfied they're all ritrht. Thomas Buos. Furniture. L. T. Lester and family returned last Sunday from St. Louis. They were enthusiastic in their praise of the great Fair. Editor Callahan of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 July 1904

THE FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. West Texas Cowboys' Association AND Randall County Fine Stock Show JULY 26 27 28 29 '04 AT CANYON CITY TEXAS. Bigger- And Better Than Ever Before. Among the features will be Music Orations by- leading speakers Parades by Veterans and Cowboy sports such as "broncho busting' and roping con- tests Baseball Racing horse foot and bike and Fine Stock Exhibits Etc. This will furnish an opportunity for the tired and sweltering citizen of the East to spend a few days of rest recreation and amusement in our pure and in- vigorating atmosphere where miasma and extreme heat are unknown and the cool and pure breezes equal those of "Kool Kolorado" as all the railroads have granted a rate of One Fare for the Round ICmIE TrP with a Fifteen Days Limit to return. Come and see our Country. Respectfully REAL ESTATE AGENCY For Canyon City property and Randall County Lands only. Property listed with me will be advertised in ways that cannot fail of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

Canyon City New THK NEWS Office For JO 11 WOKK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY-RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 8 1904. NO. 17. A CHE F00 TRAGEDY By WILLIAM E. 5. FALES Copyrif:lit Will by W. K. S. Fains ENVIOUS people sneered when l'cre.v Slrathford (J ivy passed the civil service examinations with hlfih honors ti iil said lliat it was duo to his hring a cousin of the lmfce of Kast minster. "There was an lota of truth In the sneer as there is in most sneers. The distinguished rela- tive had aided Percy by the coulidcntial hint that the Chinese examination was tin? easiest of nil and that tin chief ex- aminer was deaf anil egotistic. The. Hludent tool; advantage of the hint and being ambitious and persevering had no trouble with the department of red tape. Shortly lifter the announcement came his appointment as student in- terpreter to the Tientsin consulate. Here he arrived in due season and bo- Ran his olllcial work. This for tin lirst two years consisted in mastering ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

1 CANYON CITY NEWS. HOW TO GET FARMING KNOW- GEO. A. HKANDON l'rop. WALTKK H. UKANUUN Editor. A Weekr newspaper devoted to the Interest of Knndiill county nud publUhed at office "on West Evelyn St. Cany ou City every Friday. Papers wait out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Out Year.....'. $1.00 Six monihs 50 Bnnounccmcnt "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offices $10 H County Office " 00 Precinct Offices 3 00 fcSrPleadc don't asK for credit on ftnnouucements. announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Judge J. M. VANS A NT. G. G. FOSTER A. N. IIEXSOX (For He-Election I For County and District Clerk- ly. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. X. 1IAKKISOX For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK P. II. YOUNG J. T. JOWELL S. H. HEYSER. For Sheriff and Tax Collector- E. A. UP FOLD. (For lte-Electlon ( M. F. SLOVER For County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. For County Treasurer- It. G. OLDHAM JOJIX ROWAX. R. B. REDFEARN (For Re-Election) For Inspector ' R. E. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

Local. July SO 27 28 and 29 are .the 1 days set for the Reunion. Mrs. W. E. Jordan visited friends in town first of the week. Coal tar 1x16 clear & g in. poplar at Burton-Lingo's. Miss Delia Wilkinson the milli- ner at "Canyon Mercantile Co. visited in Amarillo Sunday. C M. Pattillo came in from Stamford Tuesday. Mr. Pattillo has property interests in the town. We are glad to report Robert little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lamkin of this place as convalescing. The Misses Cochelle's from Umbarger are visiting friends in town and attending the meeting. Homer Faulkner was up from near Tulia the latter part ot last week. The News will begin the pub- lication of a new serial story another tine Russian story in about two weeks. Edgar Money returned yester- day from Ft. Worth and other points in that section of the state. Tom Cochran has been awarded the contract for painting the coun- ty bridge over Tierra Blanca creek east of town at $50. FOR SALE Four well-bred 2-months-old pigs. Will sell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

THE FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. West Texas Cowboys' Association AND Randall County Fine Stock Show JULY 26 27 28 29 '0 AT CANYON CITY TEXAS. Bigger And Better Than Ever B efoi Among the features will be Music Orations by- leading speakers Parades by Veterans and Cowboy- sports such as "broncho busting" and roping con- tests Baseball Racing horse foot and bike and Fine Stock Exhibits Etc. This will furnish an opportunity for the tired and sweltering citizen of the East to spend a few days of rest recreation and amusement in our pure and in- vigorating atmosphere where miasma and extreme heat are unknown and the cool and pure breezes equal those of "Kool Kolorado" (OME as all the railroads have granted a rate of One Fare for the Round Trip with a Fifteen Days Limit to return. Come and see our Country. Respectfully 15. Fhaxk IU iic Chairman W. C. Ii.UKJ) ii:n. A. Ilii.vxiiox Secretary S. II. IIkynkk -EXECUTIVE CO.W.WITTEE- .7. 1). (Jamiim: Treasurer Di;. D. M....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

NEWS SUPPLEMENT V 3 X A I'leasant Sabbatb. Last Sunday was a food day for the peoole ot Gilliland school house. Everybody and his neighbor was there. Sab- bath school met at 10 o'clock with a fine attendance. Before the exercises were over the house was full to over-flowing. At tbe 11 o'clock hour every chair and spring seat available was brought in and still they came until hacks and buggies were pulled up around the house and tbe people filled them. After service Oh then! These people had come with well filled baskets and such a dinner as they did spread on the grass! in abundance sufficient to grati- fy the hunger of twice the mul- titude present in variety sufli cient to satisfy the most fas tidious and in quality dainty enough for a queen. Oh! how we did feast. One who has never enjoyed the freedom and hospitality of a country com- munity nn such occasions can- not appreciate how good it is to be there and tbe people of (lilliland community equal if not surpass any I have ever ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 July 1904

Camp Stonewall Jackson U.C. V. WEST TEXAS COWBOYS'. ASSOCIATION And Randall County Fine" Stock Show . - -r A T CANYON CITY TEXAS- July 26 27 28 and 29 1904 Among the features will be Music Orations by- leading speakers Parades by Veterans and Cowboy sports such as "broncho busting" and roping con- tests Baseball Racing horse foot and bike and Fine Stock Exhibits Etc. Free Bread Beef and Coffee FOR THE VETERANS. This will furnish an opportunity for the tired and sweltering citizen of the East to spend a few days of rest recreation and amusement in our pure andin- vigorating atmosphere where miasma and extreme heat are unknown and the cool and pure breezes equal those of "Kool Kolorado" Reduced Rates On All Railroads and see the Banner Slock Farming-section of the United States. and angle in our clear streams andpools view our gorgeous Canyons and. ; Water falls and breathe pure ozone at an altitude of 3500 feet. s i as all the railroads have granted a rate of One Fare for the Round C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

f ' . ity N ADVERTISE! THIS NKWS Office For JOB WORK anyon It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY'RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 15 1904. NO. 18. c A CANOEING EPISODE Original. "Steady. Don't stir. I'll be will) yon la a moment." A young girl In a narrow sharp pointed boat with rowlocks on' o- rlggers had been caught In some rush- es where the current was strong bail lost control of the boat ami was on the point of being capsized. A young man In u canoe was paddling swiftly toward her. lie caught her boat by the nose extricated it from the rushes picked tip an oar from the water hand- ed It to her and held the boat till she hail got both oars in position. "Look out! Don't get flustered. There; dip both oars at once." Hut Instructions did not avail. The Mirl was demoralized and every move she made tended to destroy her equi- librium. The young man attempted to instruct her but lost his patience called her stupid apologized and end- ed by taking her into his canoe. Then towing her boat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BHAXItOX Prop. WAITER If. BR A NOON K.I it or. A "Weekly npWKp.ijH'r devoU'd to the interests of H.iixkiH county mid liiiMUhotl at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. rixT w-nt out of tin' county promptly discontinued fit ex pirati' :: if tinic inil for. Ex President Grover Cleve- land is perfectly delighted at the outcome of the National Democratic convention. The English papers are also highly pleased with the ticket and es- pecially with the gold standard affirmation. THE FTH ANNUAL RE-UNION SUBSCRIPTION. If Jupiter Pluvius only wreathes j his face with such a broad smile I that a little water will come about Ithe first of next week on the Plains 0.c --L'1 and Randall county pani;ularly Sixmonlhs (the revelation that will be shown Hnnounccmcnt TRatc POSITIVELY IX APVANCK. district Ofliees County OHices Precinct O Rices S.-2J" flense don't asu fur fiiiiiouncenients. visitors to the reunion in the way of a beautiful county will be some- thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

THE FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION Camp S tonewall Jackson II. C. V. WEST TEXAS COWBOYS' ASSOCIATION And Randall County Fine Slock- Show AT CANYON CITY. TEXAS JULY 26. 27. 28 29. '04 PROGRAM FIRST DAY JULY 26. Bugle Call. OKI Soldiers Assemble at Headquarters Tent at 9 a. in. Roll Call Appointment of Memorial Committee. March to Grand Stand. Song by Choir. Prayer by Chaplain. Song by Choir. Address of Welcome by R. A. Sowder Eq. Music by Band. Response by Capt. J. T.Bobbitt. Music by Band Speech by Rev. G. S. Hardy. DINNER. Assemble at Grand Stand 2 p. in. Music by Band. Speech by Judge J. W. Veale. Music by Band. Speech by Hon. H. E. Hoover. Balloon Ascension. Suitable Entertainments at Night. SECOND DAY .JULY 27. Assemble at Headquarters. March to Grand Stand. Prayer by Chaplain. Music by Band. Speech by Dr. W. H. Freeman. Music by Band. Speech by Hon. Jerry Simpson. Music by Band. DINNER. Assemble at Grand Stand. Music by Band. Speech by Rev. B. H. Carroll. Music by Band. Business Meeting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

Local. Ulak finishing ami iew work a specialty at Phillips. Ual tar Ixlfi clear & 2 in. poplar at Uurton-Lingo's. Mr. anJ Mrs. J. C. Newman of Hereford spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burrow. G. V. West came in yesterday from a month's visit to his old Mis- souri home. Miss Patton's Recital "the hit of the season" Saturday ni-ht July 23rd. Don't get left. Ladies wanting Ironing Boards will send their husbands to BUkTON-LlNGO'S. Miss Delia Wilkinson the popu- lir milllii. A ll. - y ma 'iiMnm-i ;u uie canyon mercan- tile Co. is away this week visiting Her parents at Lubbock. No puff is necessary to sell our goods. Those who see them are satistied they're all riyht. Thomas Bno.s. Furniture. Dr. Stewart is having his house remodeled this week a new room being added among other improve- ments in appearance and conven- ience. FOR SALE Four well-bred 2-m..nths-(.!d pigs. Will sell them lor $5 a pair. Call quick. C. IJ. Uuuiiow. Rev. J. D. Ballard went up to Amarillo Tuesday e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 July 1904

A LITTLE NONSENSE. fiomt Summer Sinters From the City cf Brotherly Love. our Lncle Iliirrv seems awful youne to 1 e a doctor. Willie Yes. lint lie ain't n renl. fnwed-tip doctor vet. I me?s he's omy lenuin to children yet sos to get 6onie practice. '"She's exceedingly partial to men. "Oh. not at all." ''But you should see the ivnv she flirts with everv one she meets." "Exactly and that's why I say the s impartial. "I was iust tellin? mv dnnrhier.' said Mrs. Xoosens "that "it's a Fhame lor her to play the piano on untlav. "Huh" snorted the neighbor "svhv did vou mention SunJav alone?" Tess I hear Jack Nerve was seen kissing you out on the golf links yesterday. Jess Yes; lie took a mean ad- Tantagc of me when 1 couldn't de- fend myself. He did it just as I was posed to hit the ball. Phile- delphia Tress. Explained X i u PROGRAM :0 F: : BICYCLE AND PONY RACES TO UK KUX DURING CANYON CITY KK-UNION." First DayJuly 26th. First Race: 2:30 P. M. Bicycle; 1-2 mile no- vice race. Second Race:...

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