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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 September 1904

any oil; City New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16 1904. NO. 27. c A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright. IWW. by F. K. Toomhs riTAPTRR XIN. TIIF STOItM J.N "Mlli CASI'IAN. S-tI" nays ami two nights nicy I I com inued t Ii us. traveling con stantly. Two of tli men did tin- poling while the third mil ii slept. At linii's. under the cover of favoring darkness. Harvey would I'liii'ic from his hiding place jind while A linn kept watch for pursuing Itussians Irons iissislcd with the limit to give one of the hardworking Astra- khans a test. On the third day llioy huw n boat overhauling them. "W must keep well under cover till that liont haii passed us." said Harvey. "What do you make it out to lie Char- ka V" It was n long low vessel without masts with high how mid stern. It was propelled hy four rowers two on each wide and a fifth man sat in the stern with a paddle to steer. "We have nothing to...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 September 1904

& CO. GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. J WALTER R. BRANDON Kditor. i A Weekly newspaper devowd to the Interest of Randall county nnJ ; published at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. FALL OPENING OF MILLINERY l'njters wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1.00 Six monlhs 50 FRI WRIGHT GAMBLE DAY Hnnounccmcnt TRatcs. POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE. District Offices.. $10 (HI County Offices " 00 Precinct Oflices 3 00 fcaTPlease don't usk for credit on announcements. announcement?. COUNTY TICKET. For County .ludjre J. M. VANSANT. G. G. FOSTER A. N. HENSON ( For He-Election I For County and District Clerk- L. J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. N. HARRISON For Ta Assessor C. H. HITCHCOCK. P. II. YOUNG J. T. JO WELL. S. H. HEYSEK. For Sheriff and Tax Collect or- E. A. UPFOLD. (For Re-Election ) M. F. S LOVER For County Attorney ALDEKT S. ROLLINS. R. A. SOWDER 15ERN WILSON (For Re-election I For County Treasurer R. G. OLDHAM JOHN ROWAN....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 September 1904

- Local. Sept. 23. Don't get left. H. E. Hume was down from Amarillo Wednesday. C. N. Harrison went up to Amarillo Wednesday evening on business. Mrs. Dave Auld left Sunday for Mangum Okla. where she will vis- it her parents. Mrs. Jordan has moved to town from her'fanch for the bene- fit of the Bchool. L. G. Conner is directing a force of men and teams this week grading Evelyn street. Albert Dockery and family will leave next week in search of cotton to pick. Miss Ona Long is visiting W. D. Orr and family at Roswell N. M. this week. H. A. Odell.of Fortville Ken- tucky visited his brother Dr. Odfll several days this week. Sept. 23. Don't get left. Mrs. J. P. Crawford and little son Fred returned home Tues- day from a visit to relatives and friends in Denton county. j John Meisterhans the sad- dler left this week for Dallas where he will commence work with W. H. Miller. Prof J. W. Mosely came in yes- terday from his home in Central Texas. He will teach the Hoff- man school this term. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 September 1904

Otfrtrrxr stringfellow-hume hdw. co. tmxmoc StrtncjfellovMume Ibavfcvvare Co: :Ecalcr$ In: 2 Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery 5 j Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steele t 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. 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 line--ve have it. We can't ennmerate 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. The St. Louis Repubic and Can yon City News both one year for $1.80. t t t 9 Now is the time for you to think about putting your home in order for the spring and summer. If X your house is not fitted with screen doors and windows you are not in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 September 1904

News !: i THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23 1904. NO. 28. A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BV JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright !KB. by V. R. Toombs & CO t'HAI'TICK XV. Oril OK.VTI.KME.V OF W'KAf.Tir. 1 1 10 .situation if Harvey Irons on the hayboat was critical in the extreme; luit. great as was Ins danger lie regarded it :is imlhing compared to the danger thai Ihreatened Alma lie was al most exhausted from hunger cold and grief The boat slowly drifted in a southern direction making toward tlm eastern side of tin' Caspian It drift- ed out nl" the ordinary course of navi- gation and lie watched in vain for n luissinir vessel. He watclieij as lonj; as possible tlic course of I In- ameer's sloop and reasoned that it was making fur the nearest I'.okliaran port. Night came on. with no rescuing vessel in sight Hour after hour lie drifted hoping almost against hope ever think- ing of Alma and of a way to help her. Ahout mid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 September 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. I GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTKH R. BKANDON. Kditor. The farmers over the county are bringing into town some nice speci mens of their products and one of juht recent occurence is worthy of special mention that of several heads of milo maize brought in by Sam Lofton from his place one mile west of town and placed on exhibition at Buie & Rollins' real estate office. The specimen is hard to beat in any man's country. Canyon City is enjoying at pres- ent a better trade than she has had for the past two years particularly is this true of the lumber coal and hardware business. A local lumber dealer informed a News reporter Monday that on Friday of last week he loaded out fifteen wagon loads ! of material which will be utilized for building new Plains homes. The j wagon yards are full every night! with wagons and teams that are! hauling away what Canyon City j business men have for sale. The! town has by no means the symp-l toms of slumber that characterize) some of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 September 1904

Local. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber I. W. McClure reports a good rain in his vicinity Monday night. Miss Pearl Gillum the music teacher came in Monday. If it's candy you want see Wilson for the best kind. 19 tf John Rowan returned Monday from a trip to Dallas and Terrell. The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. 19 tf He herd Srnith- and George Kenieke came in Monday evening from a tour through New Mexico. The local order of Odd Fellows had a sociable picnic on the creek near Ed Harrell's last Saturday. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens ink etc. for the School children. Five wagon loads of wool were brought in Wednesday from Cros- by county for shipment. Attorney R. A. Sowder has been attending to some legal business at Hereford this week. Dr. Parsons and wife returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Snyder. Mrs. W. 11. Hightower went down to Portales. N. M. yesterday where she will visit her son for a while. Send your laundry to the Nation- al Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 September 1904

rrr-ir stringfellow-hume hdw. co. rrrrso '5 Ready For An Extensive Fall Business? ( - - -3 (j We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need ofjv Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. MIn fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. MBest line of Gtueensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon. M IN SHELF HARDWA B ft come into P Our stock is complete and we can supply your w ants at a saving to you. Call for what you Tw ant in J this line--ve have it. We can't ennmerate the whole line but suffice to say we are setting the pace lor the great Flams country especially in Price and Quality. What you need to do is to our place and let us convince you. c tOtXL STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. J3SU-J3 Stninjf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 September 1904

Cany on City News THIS NKWS I Office For i ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS JOB WOKK VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 1904. NO. 29. A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BV JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright. l'J)- by F. U. Toombs CHATTER XVII. A TC.il'IOli TO THE CZAR. lAl'TAIN OliSMil' l' paced up I urn" down the deck feverishly while the American raven- ously a to Iiis meal. Harvey when lio liii finished asked for f. fl- gar. "Ton arc- maddening!" snkl Orskoff as he. handed the Ainerienii n cigar. "One can see that you are not in love nit as I am." "Sit down" said H;:rvey. They took chairs on d ek. "(Jelling excited is not point; to help lis any." said Harvey pulling at his cigar. "I am as eager as you to rescue the girls. Tin; diil'crcnee is tliat you. without any plans want to rush off and probably involve us in greater trouble while I wish to plan out a line of action Now. that boat went somewhere on I h' Rokhnran coast where we do no) know. The thin;; is to gi t what Infui 'inatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 September 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. IHWMWr-ii'-l i m .-fflfl GAMBLE WRIGHT OHO. A. IIKANDON Prop. WAI.TKK B. UK A.N DON Kriitnr. A WwkJy newspaper devoted to th Interest of Randall county nml juihlUhcd t office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City very Friday. Canyon City's Greatest Dress Goods Store! l!Sill!K I'aiM'rtt wnt out of the county promptly dlwontinued at expiration f tliiM paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year. .' $1.00 Six months 50 announcement "Kates. POSITIVELY IX ADVANCE. District Offices r $10 County Officer ." mi Precinct O trices :'. no frasTk'ase don't asn for credit on announcements. i announcements. COUNTY TICKET. For County Judjre .1. M. VAXSAXT. (i. G. FOSTER A. X. HEXSOX. (For He-Election) For County and District Clerk I J. SCOTT J. A. TATE. C. X. IIAURISOX For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK P. II. Youxi. J. T. JO WELL S. . HEYSER. For Sheriff and Tax Collector E. A. UPFOLl. (For He-Election I M. F. SLOVER For County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. R. A. sovther RERX WILSON (For Re-election...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 September 1904

Local. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber The best Bakers' liht brea.d at Wilson's. Fresli and good. 19 tf I ill Oct. nth photos of home only $1.50 per doz. your bave all the feed need it. you may If it's candy you want see Wilson for the best kind. 19 tf Harry James was sighted on our streets Tuesday from his Ceta ranch. There are two special photo of- fers in this week's paper If you are interested don't delay. J. D. Weller has rented the Bob Foster house near the de- pot and will move in next week. Tom Cochran the painter is painting the esidence of Geo. A. Brandon this week. Earl Cobb and 9tster Miss Nettie returned Saturday from the World's Fair. A petition is being circulated asking the Commissioners' Court to appoint a public weigher. The soaking rains of this week came right for those who had wheat in the ground. M. N. Wesley of Ceta returned last Sunday from a visit to the World's Fair. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils Pens ink etc. for the School children. W. X. Howell la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 September 1904

"j.Ready For An V I I TT 1 i in 44 W-U ifisive rail " Business? a -z3izzrzzzzzzzzz-rr We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need of X Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. MIn fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. .. wBest line of Queensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon. )!? IN SHELF HARDWARE C "r f.tock s comPete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you fVant in h this hne--we have it. We can't enumerate the whole line but suffice to say we are setting the pace 7 for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. What you need to do is to come into A a our place and let us convince vou. i StdnfcUovpHumc Dataware do. iitIU-J QJ) STRINGFELLOW-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 October 1904

ti Gitv New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS Canyoi VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7 1904. NO. 30. i7' .i A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 1902 by F. It. Toombs CIIAPTKR - XIX. TIIF KII1K TO FII.OOV AS3. UK people of the village swarm- ed to look nt the strangers who seemed to lie of n race they looked upon as enemies. yet their chief. Pnlpnk. treated these men ns friends. Pnlpnk was a chief who gave no explanations of Ills nets und when he deninnded horses for himself his hrothers nnd his friends they were ut once forthcoming. Dninitan. the hrolher who had been bo either to kill Pnlpnk was morose nnd showed but lit t lo favor to the guests. The latter. confident thnt their plans would he successful treated him considerately. They thought not of the risk they rnn in going with rob- hers for escort Into a country from which few travelers lind ever return- ed. The moving power wns love nnd love Inughs nt danger. From the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 October 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTKR R. HRANDON KJitor. A Weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Kandall county ami published nt office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. I'aiiera wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expirntlon f time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1.00 Six months 50 Hnnounccmcnt "Kates. J POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE. ''District Offices $10 on County Offices 5 00 . Precinct Offices 3 00 feaTTlenae don't aK for credit on announcements. Announcements. COUNTY TICKET; For County Judge J. M. VANSANT. . G. FOSTER A. X. HEXSOX (For Re-Election) For County and District Clerk- ly J. SCOTT. J. A. TATE. C. X. HARRISON For Tax Assessor C II. HITCHCOCK P. II. YOCNi;. J. T. JO WELL S. H. IIEYSER For Sheriff and Tnx Collector- E. A. UP FOLD (For lie-Election ) M. F. S LOVE II For County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. II. A. SOWDEK HERX WILSON (For Re-election) For County Treasurer K. . OLDHAM JOHN ROWAN R. IJ. REDFEARN I For Re-Election I For Inspect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 October 1904

Local. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. 19 tf H. C. Rogerson came in from Corpus Christi .Wednesday. J. N. Donohoo returned last Fri- day from a visit to the World's Fair. R. W. O'Keefe left overland Monday for his Lamb and Bailey counties ranch. L. T. Lester is in Lubbock this week looking after his banking in terests. Mrs. Dave Auld returned home Monday from a visit to relatives and friends in Oklahoma. Clark Smith and wife left Tues day for St. Louis via Ft. Worth where they will visit the World's Fair. Tell your troubles to the can didate. He will sympathize with you and may even pay your coal bill. II. VV. Key the confectioner last week purchased the M. C. Chamlee place from II. E. Hume paying $350 tor same. You can save half a dollar by putting 111 your order this week at the photo gallery for three photos of our new school house. Young Newman Lofland came in Monday from Rockwall county for the purpose of disposing of some cattle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 October 1904

STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. r-rrtrrik Ready For An Extensive Fall Business? 3 We hav ana are e anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies J e ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need of X Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. In fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. .. flsBest line of Clueensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon. 5i IN SHELF HARDWARE r uur siock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you want in this line--we have it. We can't ennmerate 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. The St. Leuis Repubic and Can yon City News both one year for I1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 October 1904

t i City THK'NKWS Office For JOB WORK ADVKKTISE It In- TIIK NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1904. NO. 31. 1 a A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 1MB. by F. It. Toombs CIIAPTHH XXI. THE MONASTERY 01' THE LAMAS. I'KLLY" said Orskoff peer- lug In Hi'; darkness ut the face of tli) American "it Is nut your inn nose 10 desert tin- girls '" "I should say no'; hut Willi our foot nml hands tied and we helpless In 1 1 1 : 1 1 amp we could not iissisi. t lim. It's this way: Immltun Is now camping iu tin: woods. 1 1 is horses are on the cliff. According lo wl at li; sniil. t ti-r? Is a roud farther iln- nss It y which he will take tin; camels to tint mountains. If Hint rascal ever pets the girls into tin: annuel; slioi.jjliolil. nothing Hi;!' we can Ij will ii vnll We've got to think of sninci hing to 'Ir now."' it.it wiiniy is u t tight i I win tight in I ho lust drop of lilooii!" "No; lighting will not help us. v'e'v got to win out by some ulcl;"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 October 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. & 0 WRIGHT ' GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. WALTER B. BRANDON Editor. A Weekly newspaper devoted to the Interests of Randall county and published at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. Canyon City's Greatest Dress Goods Store! Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Cm Year. $1.00 Six months 50 announcement "Kates. POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE. District Offices f 10 00 County Offices 5 00 Precinct Offices 3 00 9Plcase don't as for credit announcements. announcements. COUNTY TICKET: For County Judge J. M. VANS A NT. G. G. FOSTER A. N. IIENSON (ForRe-Electlon) on For County and District Clerk- ly J. SCOTT J. A. TATE. C. N. HARRISON For Tax Assessor C. II. HITCHCOCK T. II. YOUNG J. T. JOWELL S. H. HEYSER For Sheriff and Tax Collector E. A. UPFOLD (For Re-EIectlon ) M. F. SLOVER For County Attorney ALBERT S. ROLLINS. R. A. SOWDER BERN WILSON (For Re-election) For County Treasurer R. G. OLDHAM JOHN ROWAN R. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 October 1904

OVER THE TICKER (Original. .. Sbe was a tplendid girl but I knew be sbould marry mont-y. TLls was my thinking not Lew of which 1 knew nothing. A Jong time I worshiped her. Then when the great Wall street boom came on I invented a few thousand dollars and gained a fortune. I was worth $200000. Thls result was not fully attained till the summer of 1902. Hearing that Marguerite was at the seashore I went there. I pretended to be much surprised to meet her but this was all assumed. I had gone there to woo and win her If I could. I didn't have much trouble Inducing her to accept my attentions-iudeed sbe would decline to make engage- ments with very rich men to be with me though she knew nothing about my circumstances. September came on and many people left the coast Enough remained to keep up the dully attendance on the beach and at the hops. One morning Marguerite and I were sitting on the shining sands look- ing at the bathers. I had got pretty near to a proposal the night before and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 October 1904

rrrr stringfellow-hume hdw. co. rccs eReady For An Extensive Fall Business? ) C We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies A and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when youJhappen to be in need of Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. ... in iact everyumig inai; is Kept m a. iirbi-uiabs:uamware ouuic. Jin Best line of Queensware and Glassware ever brought 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 line--we have it. We can't ennmerate 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 comejnto A our place ana lei us cunwmc juu. The St. Louis Repubic and Can yon City News both one year for Si.8o. OP...

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