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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 July 1904

itv New THE NEWS ; Office For i JOIJ WORK I tiyon ADVERTISE -ft fit- ' THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 22 1904. NO. 19. Ca C ! B O S S I o o A Tough brown dog sat at the very edge of the tumble down break- water. IIo was looking steadily scu- ward. Kc was evidently old and lie was 6carrcd by many lights but his sunken month from which he had lost many teeth showed that lie would not fight again victoriously. Sometimes he turned from his ga;:e at sea arid glanced behind him at a child who was sitting in a wheelbarrow a few feet away. Every time he glanced thus he slightly wagged his stump of a tail and the child smiled or she said in'a soft voice: '(.'ood Loss!" And then Boss wagged harder but he could not give much atten- tion to his companion for his w hole heart was with that bent old woman who was up to her waist in the wa- ter bv the outermost ledge. It was there that the Irish moss jrrcw and .rocks. It was grannvs hat sticking at low tide the woman...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 July 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. rrrx OKO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTKR R.'HItANDON. lvditor. A Wwkl.v newBpaper devoted to the interest of Hnndall county and published nt office on West Eveh n I St. Canyon City every Friday. Papers sent ont of the county promptly discontinued at expiration I of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. (vt Year. .SI. 00 Six monlhs ' . . JO Hnnounccmcnt "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Oflicea .!) w County OfliceR ik Precinct Offices :i 00 fcaTPleaae don't usk for credit on announcements. Announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Judjre- J. M. VANSANT. (J. G. FOSTEU A. N HENSON. ( For lie-Election I For County and DMriet Clerk L. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. N. HARRISON For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK. P. II. YOlWi .1. T. JO WELL . S. H. IIEYSEK. For Sheriff aud Tax Collector E. A. L P FOLD. For He-Election i M. F. SLOVEK For County Attorney ALKEKT S. ROLLINS. Special Bargain Prices To All During The Reunion! It is entirely in keeping with our usual policy to make this store pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 July 1904

o ! ! Local. Kodak finishing and view work a specialty at Phillips. Coal tar 1x16 clear & i in. poplar at Burton-Lingo's. The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. 19 tf Rev! P P. Charlton will preach next Sunday at the C. P. church. Everybody invited. M. M. Wesley was in town yesterday from the Ceta com- munity. Those cold drinks at Wilson's makes it a resort of the least resis- tance "Meet Me There." 19 tf Mrs. P. P. Wilson has been visiting friends in Amarillo this week. Miss Patton's Recital "the hit of the season" Saturday night July 23rd. Don't get left. Ladies wanting Ironing Boards will send their husbands to Burton-Lingo's. The two city meat markets have been consolidated for the warm weather season. Judge C. T. Word came in Wednesday from Claude in Armstrong county. We are now ready for work. Bring the babies and come on. Phillips. Misses Louise Overhuls and Maydee Cavett returned from Ama- rillo Saturday where they have been visiting Mrs. A. M. Lewis. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 July 1904

The Weakness Of an Amazon Copyright 1M. by K. M. Whitehead. "Would you object to telling rue your renson for wanting to marry me?" she ukHl In an aggressive torn- that qua- vered into pathos. Kuch nn uiifsjHH-trtl nnswer mused Buninrd to rise from his chair some two or throe inches before ho remem- bered that It in thi' unexpected that al- ways hapiM-ns. Ho sat down carefully having achieved a calm that implied that hers was the generally recognized method of answering a propositi. "Why ir for tin? same reason. th.tt othT men have asked yon to marry them I suppose-because 1 en mure for you than for any one else." "The others" she said slowly "l:;r--e had various motives. There haven't be'n so very many" she added as if constrained to he honest. . THE FIFTH ANNUAL RE-UNION Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. WEST TEXAS COWBOYS' ASSOCIATION And Randall County Fine Stock Show AT CANYON CITY. TEXAS JULY 26. 27. 28 A 29. '04 PROGRAM FIRST DAY JULY Bugle Call. "1 have known you so short a tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 July 1904

THK NICWS -Office For JOB WORK 'AY VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 29 1904. N y A BRETON LEGEND. H uge Granito Bowlders In Which Are Imprisoned Pagan Souls. Over nil tlic; valley of Plouma- nac'h most thickly along its sea edge huge strange shaped bowlders of red granite are scattered singly or are heaped up in wonderfully balanced mounds. The mere geolo- gist will tell you that these rounded rocks have been dropped by a gla- cier and that the valley i.s the site of a terminal moraine. Any well uneducated Lreton of course knows that this explanation is all non- sense. .My driver being cheered by his pilgrim draft gave me the more satisfying information that in every one of the-e scattered bowlders is j imprisoned a pagan soul; that thus are held fast until the day of judg- ment the I'.rctons who rejected the blessed teachings of Christianity and who paid for their still' necked sinning by being cast into stone. Once a year the enchantment is lifted. Then the accu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 July 1904

TheYox city m:vs. Card of Thanks. ins A. UK AN DON l'rop. (f.LTKM R. HKANDON KJitor. A Weekly liwsp.-i j4r devoted to t h IntelVKtM fif jllnl:ill ffiuntv jiml ublU!uMl at .fconlVwt Kvl.vnJlume which was destroyed by 1st. Canyon City every Friday. tire on May 15th. ' Stark Foster and family. PnjK'in nnt out of the county I promptly discontinued at expiration cf tinte paid for. SCBSCKD'TJON. (tut Year $1.00 Six utouihs 50 Announcement "Rates. POSITIVELY IN Mstriet OfflcM County Offices . Precinct Offices AllVAWK (Mi mi :! no fceTlease dou t usk for credit on jinnounccnients. announcements. COUNTY TJCKF.T. For County Judjre .1. M. VANS A NT. (i. U. FOSTER A. X. HEXSOX. (For Ke-F.lection i For County ami Pi.strkt Clerk L. .1. SCOTT. .1. A. TATE. C. X. HAltPISON For Tux Atit'H8or C. II. HITCHCOCK P. II. YOl Ni; .1. T. JOWKLL S. H. HEYSEU. For Sheriff and Tax Collector E. A. UPFOLD. ( For Ke-Eleetion I M. F.'.SLOVEl! For County Attorney ALHEKT S. POLEINS. K. A. SOAVDEi: l'.EUN WILSON (For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 July 1904

3 .jer A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE By JOHN ROE GORDON Copyriclit. 10112. by F. n. Toombs BEAUTIFUL $10 HAT SI SI TO BE GIVEN AWAY Tto tbc most popular nby T Kxpcllwl fmtn otiiKr way. C II A PTE It I. THE DIRAPPEAKANCK OF AS AMEMCAX. IIIO senior member of the firm of Townsend & Hurdick ruuu- ufaeturers of windmills pumps and other appurte nances of tliat nature was serenely contemplating I" his New York otHce the increased revenues lie would re- eel ve from the large sales to be made by Harvey Irons their hustling en- ergetic representative in Hussla. The last letter written liy Mr. Townsend to Mr. Irons was to the effect that the tatter's suggestion that a market could he had in Russia was a good one and for hlui to use his own judgment. Thereafter there were no letters sent between the senior member and the k "in ejiincgrnnis mostly convey- ing large orders frequently came from Mr. Irons and other cablegrams con- veying money were sent by Mr. Town- send. Orders came from St. Peters- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 29 July 1904

StnnQfeilowMuinc 1l3ar5warc Co. t 2 Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery & v Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel v C Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. J In fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. Best line of Queensware and Glassware ever brougt to Canyon. ISM SHELF HARDWARE Our stock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call this line--we have it. We can't enumerate the whole line but suffice to say for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. What you need our place and let us convince you. Now is the time for you to think about putting your home in order for the spring and summer. If K 3? vour house is not fitted with screen doors and window s voir are not in a position to eniov the hnlmvfcr (7 breezes free from the molestation of the flies and hailstorms. We have 'em in green and galvanized. J The time for farming is near at hand let us fit you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

Canyon ty N THE NEWS Office For JOB WOKK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1904. NO. 21. A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BY JOHN ROE GORDON pedal Bargain Prices To All For The Next 15 Days Copyright 1WI2 by F. ft. Toomlis ciiapti;b in. Tin: isija r o: 'i m. ki'ic. T one of the. wharfs on the Knr river near 'Jiflis a po- 1(MtY1 vuii.iii.y isnajicii vessel lay liftvfr moored. It was a subsianlial enough vessel for the purposes fur which it was used to cuvey mer- chandise from oik; port on tin; Caspian or lis riviTs to another. It had just brought a cargo of goods to the bazaars nt tin- fair. It hail a high curved prow with a strange looking carving as a figurehead. It was broad uinid- tsliips and nt r 1 1 ; stern a high deck cov- ered the cabin accommodations It was manned by dusky sailors and the captain was Hassan u Turk from Con- stantinople. Hassan was a man well along In years iu:J tad taken to the Caspian wa- ter trails! E3 th Lest means of m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. THE REUNION. tr GEO. A. UKANDOX Prop. WALT ICR R. HHANUON K.I it or. A Weekly ncwM(npir rievoted to the Intercuts of H.'inii.'ill county and published nt office on Went Evelyn Kt. Canyon City every Friday. Paper w-nt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time puiil for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 announcement Kites. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Otliees $10 tM County Office .'. (HI Precinct Offices : (Mi Jk-jTI'leHne don't nK for credit on announcement a. announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County .Tndjre .1. M. VANS A NT. U. (t. FOSTEK A. X. IIEXSOX (For Ite-Electioni For County and District Clerk L. J. SCOTT. ' J. A. TATE. c. x. ha in: i sox For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK. P. II. YOl'XH. J. T. JO WELL. S. H. HEYSEK. For Sheriff and Tax Collector E. A. UP FOLD. ( For Ke-Election I M. F. SLOVEI1 For County Attorney ALP.EKT S. HOLLINS. It. A. SOAVDEU P.EUX WILSON (For lie-election I For County Treasurer It. (J. OLDHAM JOHX ROWAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

Citation by I'lihlicatioit. and cost of suit." owner by publication of the follow- TuccTTL-nc Tcvtc You are further commanded to ing notice: irit SI Alt Uf- TEXAS -serve this Citation by publishing "The State of Texas and Coun- To the Sheriff or any Constable of the same in some newspaper pub- ty of Randall: Randall countv meeting- lished in your County one time a To the unknown owner of the WheM t'tJ nt tvi week for tnree consecutive weeks within described land and to all wnerea. tne Estate ot lexas prevjous to the return day hereof persons owning or having or claim- through her County Attorney did but if there be no newspaper pub- ing any interest in the following on the 1 2th day of July A. D. 1904 lished in said County then notice described land delinquent to the tile in the District Court of Randall may be given by publication in a State of Texas and County of Ran- countv in the State of Texas her newspaper published in the 47th dall for taxes to-wit-n-titnn in ! vA'' 8 tJ -u J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

5- 53 o C . r- 3 n o- o 2 E n 2 o ' 3 o o 3 G. o rs cr n c o -t p CD (0 3 o a n - ET ?3 P o 3 p "SL T P a 3 n a r- c c Citation by 1'iiblication. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Randall county greeting: Whereas the State of Texas through her County Attorney did on the 1 2th day of July A. D. 1904 file in the District Court of Randall county in the State of Texas her petition in suit No. 277 on the civ- il docket of said court being suit brought by the said The State of Texas as Plaintiff against the un- known owner of the within describ- ed lands as Defendant and the na- ture of the Plaintiffs demand as stated in the said petition being an action to recover of the Defendant as the owner of the lands returned delinquent (or reported sold to the State) for the taxes due thereon for the year 1903; and Whereas the said name of said owner is unknown and upon the affidavit of Bern Wil- son having been made setting forth that said owner is unknown to the affiant as th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

SUPPMCMHNT TO CANYON CIT NEWS. Randall County Texas Friday August " 190 4. THE BAREEr.'S SIGNAL A Little Liylit Conversation That Con- tains a Hidden Meaning li i- !.inil m -.il.al.li- iliat the barbers' u n any set rules gov .tii 1 1 1 .ur ll"' a. . ..l a m c of tips by its member- I. hi it i- a certainty lhal 111 -inc -Imp- lli'- tonsorial artist- have a "f signals for mutual welfare. 'I In- "11- illustrat- ed m uir .. 1 In- hot at ronized .-Imps in tliat ti-ui of Rroadwav know 11 a.- 'The I real White Light 1 M.-l 1 id " a few ;i'i 1- ago. A . u-lo in. r ol an iii'uning turn of iniii'l. who wa- undergoing tbfl wlml- ion-. .rial .io'-- from hair cut to shampoo was greatly puzzled lit tli- ...n i l alio n xchallgcd be- tween lli. I..11I..1-. Tin- monotony of lli-- plir.i-c- miii-1 to indicate thai 1 lu re ii- -oiiii- liid'h-n mean- ing llllllll'l tll'-lll. 'Si-n . I tiii today?" oik; barber would a-K. ".... How's In- looking?" ( li. 1 t t-i 1 fair." Sometime- the answer would ar. ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

i ; u n C (y D i-i a o re a ' p t" r. c p - Op 2. S r C "' a 3 N ii D m &. 3 ' a 3 n a. &i f 3 a r c- a n a rt t O 3? 0 V t ( ( c c 3 p in c t ST 3 O 3 O 3 IT v g2 3 7 p - O o- Citation by Publication and cost of suit." tuc STiTB nR tcyaq You are further commanded to I rib a I A I b Or I caAS serye this citatjon by publishing To the Sheriff or any Constable of the same in some newspaper pub- Randall county greeting: "shed in your County one time a Whereas the State of Texas . jr 1 mrougn ner uouniy Attorney aiu but if there be n0 newspaper pub- on the 1 2th day of July A. D. 1904 Hshed in said County then notice file in the District Court of Randall may be given by publication in a - ..u:..u 1 : k.. . - w county in the State of Texas her y- FVl"s"c1u. " petition in suit No. 278 on the civ- owner by publication of the follow- ing notice: "The State of Texas and Coun- ty of Randall: To the unknown owner of the within described land and to all il docket of said court being suit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 August 1904

Local. The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. 19 tf Mrs. A.. E. Foster of McKinney Collin Co. is here visiting her daughter Mrs. D. H. Gardner. Henry Burnham wife and three children of Fanchon visited Mrs. D. H. Gardner last week. Mrs. A. B. Smith of Beevilie sister of John Orr visited her brother and family here last week. Found A pair of spectacles. VV. H. Brown Henrietta Texas stamped on case. This office. Those cold drinks at Wilson's makes it a resort of the least resis- tance "Meet Me There." 19 tf Miss Lillie Leonard has returned home from Bagley where she has been teaching school. Mrs. Roland and daughter Miss Ethel returned to Amarillo yesterday. Mrs. Tadlock and children left Wednesday for Stamford their future home. The doctor will join the family later. W. D. Orr and family of Ros- well N. M. visited old friends and relatives here during Reunion and the first of this week. Lightning killed three regis- tered Hereford bulls out of John llutson's herd in...

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

9 gcrcnc stringfellow-hume hdw. co. carr:: Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery j Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steele t Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. ) In fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. Best line of Clueensware and Glassware ever brougt to Canyon. IN SHELF HARDWARE Our stock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you want in this Iine--we have it. We can't enumerate the whole line but suffice to say we are setting the pace for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. What you need to do is to come into our place and let us convince you. to t t The St. Louis Repubic and Can yon City News both one year for 9 1. So. iVORLD'i ST. LOUIS. s File OFFERS CHOICE OF ROUTES ELEGANT TRAINS. I Electric Fans and Berth Lights. Observation Dining Cars. MEALS A LA CARTE. 9 if A! v w LOW Now is the time for you to think about putting your home i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 August 1904

ity N THE NEWS Office For J OH WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS Canyon VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 12 1904. NO. 22. A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyrihl 1!H. by F. R. Toombs CHAPTF.It IV. IIAIIVF.V IKONS 11 AS AN KXTKISIENCE. N lln wharf facing the Kur lit tin? town of Salain at the river's mouth u tall good looking young man paced rapidly to and fro. 'Confounded liars!" bo prowled Blinking Ids hand at a disappearing steamboat. "They told ine I would have four hours here and I haven't been away three. Now I'd like to know how I am going to got to Astra- khan. I don't wunt to stay in this beastly place a week." "Kxcclienoy. has something vexed you?" asked a man in the dress of a peasant. "Yes" replied the young man in the language used by the other. "I aui an American and tool; passage on that German boat for Astrakhan; left As- trabad on that boat thlnkinjr It would be the quickest to reach the Volga. When she touched here the captain told me I c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 August 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. OKO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTER K. BRANDON Kail or. A Wwkly nownp.aper devoted to the Interest of Randall county am) published nt office on West Evelyn Bt. Canyon City every Frlilny. Paper Bent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1.00 Six months 50 announcement "Rates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offices $10 00 County Offices Precinct Offices 3 00 pT Please don't turn for credit on announcements. announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Judge J. M. VANSANT. G. G. FOSTER A. N. HENSON (For Re-Election 1 For County and District Clerk L. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. N. IIAHK1SON For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK P. II. YOUNG. J. T. JOAVELL S. H. HEYSKK For Sheriff and Tax Collector- E. A. UrFOLD. (For Re-Election ) M. F. SLOVER For County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. R. A. SOWDER LiERN WILSON (For Re-election For County Treasurer R. G. OLDHAM JOHN ROWAN. R. B. REDFEARN (For Re-Election) For Inspector R. E. FOSTER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 August 1904

Citation by Publication. anJ cost of suit." owner by publication of the follow- THPTATPnc tuvc You are further commanded to ing notice: "IAltUh ifcAAb Serve this citation by publishing "The State of Texas and Coun- To the Sheriff or any Constable of the same in some newspaper pub- ty of Randall: Randall county greeting: lished in your County one time a To the unknown owner of the Whereas the St it- of Tex is week for three consecutive weeks within described land and to all ' ' L ' ' . previous to the return day hereof persons owning or having or claim- through her Lounty Attorney did ut jf th..re be no newspiper pub- ing any interest in the following on the 1 2th day of July A. I). 1904 lished in said County then notice described land delinquent to the tile in the District Court of Randall may be given by publication in a State" of Texas and County of Ran- countv in the State of Texas her newspaper published in the 47th dall for taxes to-wit-petition in suit No. 283 on the civ- Judi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 August 1904

Citation by Publication. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Randall county greeting: Whereas the State of Texas through her County Attorney did on the 1 2th day of July A. D. 1904 file in the District Court of Randall county in the State of Texas her petition in suit No. 277 on the civ- il docket of said court being suit brought by the said The State of Texas as Plaintiff against the un- known owner of the within describ- ed lands as Defendant and the na- ture of the Plaintiffs demand as stated in the said petition being an action to recover of the Defendant as the owner of the lands returned delinquent (or reported sold to the State) for the taxes due thereon for the year 1903; and Whereas the said name .of said owner is unknown and upon the affidavit of Bern Wil- son having been made setting forth that said owner is unknown to the affiant as the Attorney for the State of Texas and after in- quiry not ascertained. These are therefore to command you to summon said...

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