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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 November 1904

Local. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber From now till Jan. i 1 will tit Watch crystals of any kind for sets. Oscar Smith went up to Wood- ward Okla. Tuesday night. J. A. Tate moved into town Tues- day. J.. R. Luna returned home from Greenville Tuesday. He sure to figure with us be fore placing your order. Canyon Lbu. Co. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens. ink. etc. for the School children. Folding Ironing Boards the price is $1.50 at Thomas Bros. Furnitun . J. H. Reynolds and wife lift this week for Grayson county where they will make their future home. We want to benefit you so that you will always trade with us. Thomas Bros. Fi;rniti:ub. L. T. Lester left Saturday for Kansas City to attend to some business matters. R. A. Sowder went down to Hert ford Tuesday to attend to some legal business. Charlie Long informs us that he has recently sold his farm west of town to S. W.' Blue of Palo Pinto county receiving $1500 for same. Jimmie Redfeam -made his first appearance on the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 November 1904

OtfrXl Ready For An Extensive Fall (? We have anticipated the A and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen 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. MIn fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. ifeBest line of Gtueensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon w IN SHELF HARDWARE Our stock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you want in V this line--we have it. We can't ennmerate the whole line but suffice to say we are setting the pace V r for the great Plains country especially in Price and a our place and let us convince you. V 6 t StvtncjfcllovMumc Ifoavbvvare Go. 'The Blazed Trail" ('out inued from 1st pajie ! 1 I .- i 1 1 1 after ull 'Unit is a .'!;! t trait of tin- lumber jack lint Dyer tli'' scaler tii'.nliy caiw.l the outbreak 1 K'i- wii.s -...

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

Canyon City New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK advertise! It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2 1904. NO. 38. 5he Btazed I Trail Copyright. 1902. Tlie scaler did what he considered his duty. All day long he tramped back and forth from one gang of men to the other keeping a sharp eye on the details of the work. His praetlenl experience was sufficient to solve readi- ly such problems ns broken tackle ex- tra expedients or facility which the days brought forth. The fact that In him was vested the power to discharge kept the men nt work. Dyer was in the habit of storting for the marsh an hour or so after sunrise. The crew of course were at work by daylight. Dyer heard them often through his doze just as he heard the rhore boy come in to build the fire and fill the water pail afresh After a time the fire built of kerosene and pitchy black pine would get so hot that in self defense he would arise and dress. Then he would breakfast lei- suroJy. Thus he Inc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 December 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. OEO. A. BRAN HON Prop. WALTKK K. 1IRAXIHIX K.Iitor.. HERE ANDTIIERE. j G. A. B. i A Wwkly npwtnMT ilcvutwl to tlif liilTc.tH of lUuiiltill county nixl jiiI1U!r-1 nt offici' fin nt I'vel.vn St. Cnarofi City every Fri.lav. Pnjtera w-nt out of the county promptly illwontinucri ut expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year. $1.00 Six months 50 e9o A chemical analysis recently made of liquors sold over New York bars brings out tbe en- couraging fact that fully 83 per cent'ofthem are poisonous adulterations. In making tbe test liquors of the various kinds were purchased all over the city and then carefully examin- ed by experts with the above result. Some tests made in Texas towns have made about the same showing. Verily it would appear from this that these degenerate davs when a I The surveyors of the Amarillo & I man sides UD t tJ ba d P!:iinviVvv Southern Rv nrp rpnnrt-' r .... .. - cans tor "me straignt pizen ed to beat Plainview making their Uiat he ff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 December 1904

Local. WHAT IS AGGRESSIVE MERCHANDISING If agresslve merchandising consists of placing before the public in our newspaper announcements goods and garments most In demand quoting them at lower prices than any other store in Canyon City drawing people to the store supply them with their needs for Winter and making regular patrons of those who respond to our advertisements we may feel secure in claim- ing the credit of being an agressive and a progressive store in every sense of the term. We keep permanent patronage In view by making one price to all and aim to make this a store to which you will turn not simply when we announce extraordinary bargains but as the natural source from which to supply your every want in the many lines we sell. Read the following: Christmas Photos. Charlie Thomas returned home Monday from St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coffee visited friends and relatives at Hereford Sunday. From now till Jan. i ! will fit Watch crystals of any kind for 5cts. D. N. Kedburn. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 December 1904

CTTTXtTirtT STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. "TtT'TtTtT'T rceadv For An EYtensive Fall RiKinrco 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 A jutiuwttic xiAipiciiaciito itiiu ail niiius ui rarmiug macninery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. yM In fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. ... flBest line of Glueensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon. X IN SHELF HARDWARE Our stock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you want in V this line--ve have it. We can't ennmerate the whole line but suffice to say we are setting the pace V t t for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. our place and let us convince you. What you need to do is to come into A StnnQfellovvHumc Iftavbvvare do. STR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 December 1904

Gitv N THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9 1904. Canyon I run Copyright. 1902. by CIIAl'TKR IX. ADWAV"" said he suddenly "I need money und I need it had. I think you ought to get something out of 111 in jot) R of the thing. M. & I).- not much hut some- Will you give me a film re of what I can collect from them?" "Sure!" agreed (he Jobber readily wllli ii laugh. "Sure! But you won't get anything. I'll give you 10 per cent quick!" "Oood enough!" cried Thorpe. "Now when we get to town I wtint your pow- er of nttorney und n few figures ufter which I will not bother you again." The next day the young man called for the second lime at the litile red painted ollice under the shadow of the mill and for Hie second time stood be- fore (lie bulky power of the junior member of the lirni. "Well young man what can 1 do for you?" asked I lie latter. "I have been Informed" said Thorpe without preliminary "that you Inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 December 1904

CANYON CITY NEWS. " OHO.' A. 1IRAXDOX Prop. WALTER K. HRANDON Kditor. A 'Weekly newnpajHT 1cvoUm1 to the Intorwtg of Randall county ami pnhlixhed nt office on Wont Evel.vn St. Canyon City every Friday. rHT nent out of the county promptly (liKcuntiinnil at expiratloh of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1.00 Six months;. . . 50 Another big slujnp in cotton re- cently. This season's crop is now estimated at twelve million bales and the price is getting down to 6 and 7 cents. The market however today is largely in the hands of speculators. RANDALL COUNTY COTTON. Canyon City is getting- per- haps more cotton than auy other town on the Plains. Nearly all of it comes from counties to the south of us. It comes here not only because this is the most convenient shipping point but for the further reason that so far Canyon City has proven to be the best market. The Randall county outputfor this season was far from being a howling success. The growth was all right but it was planted too l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 December 1904

T ! A Big ol Tl i I For the next thirty days beginning Friday Decern- ber 9th. 1904 and ending January 9th. 1905 we will offer our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Notions Etc. at lower prices than any other house in the Panhandle. This is no idle boast and an examination of the following is evidence of it: Men's Jhts Stetson HatH worth 0.00 at . $4 !)." StetHon lints worth $5.00 at 3 85 Lion Special HatH that have been Helling for $3.00 at 2 20 LlU'rty Bell IIat8 worth $1.50 at 1 10 Slioes-fflTen's and Ladies. Men'H WhiU' House Shoe worth $3.50 at $2 75 Men'H Usona Shoe worth $3.00 at 2 25 JyirtleH' I)nn8 Shoe worth $3.50 at 2 75 Ladle' pren Shoe worth $2.25 at 1 05 Lad ten' Medium weight Shoe wortli $1.75 at 1 35 Child's Medium weight Shoe worth $1.50 at 1 10 Child's Milium Weight Shoe worth $1.15 at 85 Boy's Medium weight Shoe worth $1 50 at . 1 20 Wash goods A. F. C. Ginghams worth 12'e at Sc Dress Ginghams worth 10c at 7c Kensington Percale 30-in worth 15c at 10)c ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 December 1904

Ready Oflrrrrtr stringfellow-hume hdw. co. rrr-rarratt For An Extensive Fall RiKinew g : " J f We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies y and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need of A Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steei Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. VMIn fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. .. 4 Best line of Queensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon m 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 linewe have it. We can't ennmerate the whole line but suffice to sav we are settino- the aice V for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. What you need to do is to come into A 6 t The St. Luis Repubic and Can yon City News both one year for $1.80. OPENING our p...

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

Canyon City New THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16 1904. NO. 40. A BIG HOLIDAY t 5he 'Blaze d f it BALE! Trail Copyright 1902. by Toward the end of I lie week he re- ceived lils first visit. ICvoning was drawing on. Thorpe was busily en- gaged In rooking u panful of trnnt. Suddenly lio Iici'iimo uwaru of a pres- ence at his side. "How do?" greeted the newcomer gravely. ' The man was an Indian silent sol- emn with the straight unwinking gaze of liis race. "How do?" replied Thorpe. The Indian without furllier cere- uiony threw his pack to the ground and squatting on his heels watched the white man's preparations. When the meal was rooked he coolly pro- duced n knife. selected n clean hit of hemlock bnrk and helped himself. Then he lit n pipe nud gazed keenly about him. "What you do?" he inquired after a long silence punctuated tiy the puffs of tobacco. "Hunt. trap tlsh." replied Thorpe with eiplal sentetiti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 December 1904

A 30 .DAY COST ONI Dating from Monday December 12th to January 12th 1905 our store will make the greatest cut in Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Notions Etc. that has- probably ever been made by a Dry Goods House in the West. We are determined to discount the prices of AmariSlo or any other Panhandle town as the following will show: MEN'S BOOTS Mrn'H Boots worth $7 50 now $4 : " GOO now .... -4 " " " 5.00 now . . 1 " " 4.00 now 3 3 50 now ... 2 2.50 now . . 1 Bootees worth $4.50 now 3 MEN'S SHOES Men's Shoes worth $5.00 now ... 3 4 00 now 2 3.50 now .. 2 2 50 now ... 1 1 59 now ... 1 BOY'S SHOES Boy's Shoes worth $2 00 now $1 1 75 now ... 1 1 50 now ... 1 LADIES' SHOES Eailies' Shoes worth $3 50 at .... $2 ' 2 50 at 2 ' 1 75 at ... 1 1 50 at 1 10 . . . Misses Jackets MISSES' SHOES Jacket. worth 0 at Misses' Shoes worth $2 hi at $1 54 " " 5 00 at 1 75 at 1 " 4 00 at 1 50 at 1 10 " " 3 25 at 1 25 at S5 " -J 2 (mi at We cordially take pleasure CANYON CANYON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. ...

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

JS Local. 0hri8tmas Photos. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber Be sure to figure with us be fore placing your order. Canyon Lbr. Co. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens. Ink. etc. for the School children. Dave Auld and family will move into their new home the H. James house this week. Dalhart and some other points north of us had 5 inches of snow on the 4th of this month. J. B. Thomas and Rich Redfearn left Thursday of last week with a car of horses for Fort Worth. Read over carefully the price Ads in this paper. No town in the Pan- handle is selling goods so low. Mrs. Jno. A. Wallace's mother died at her home near Stephens- ville Wednesday of last week. Dr. M. W. Cunningham of Ama- rillo was here the first of the week getting data from the deed records for abstract work. W. E. Laughery of Callao Mo. is here on a visit and for his health the guest of his nephew John Dean. Careful attention to your wants and no misrepresentation is what we promise our patrons. Thomas Bros. Furnit...

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

OjrMnre stringfellow-hume hdw. co. e Ready For An Extensive Fall Business? A fej f We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies J and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need of A Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steei Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails. MIn fact everything that is kept in a first-class hardware store. .. Best line of Queensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon. )K 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 Iir.e--ve have it. We can t ennmerate the whole line but suffice to sav we are setti nsr the trace V - - - - w-Maw kvr J.J T V Ml W JVtilll IIIV pUVV 7 r for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality. What you need to do is to come into a our place and let us convince vou. I? 6 ...

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

c City News THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK anyon ADVERTISE It In THE NEWS VOL VIII. A 30 Dating from Monday December 12th to January 12th 1905 our store will make the greatest cut in Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Notions Etc. that has probably t - ever been made by a Dry Goods House in the West. We are determined to discount the prices of Amarillo or any other Panhandle town as the following will show: MEN'S BOOTS CHILDREN'S SHOES Mch'h Boots worth $7.50 now ? 95 children's Shoes worth" 1 :S5 at $1 10 : " (100 now... 4 50 " I25t. N5 " " " 5.oo niw .. :; :o . i;ot. 40 4.00 now ... 8 05 a 50 now s 50 WOOLEN BLANKETS -'.50 now.... 1 !5 Bl.-uiki'tn worth !?(i00 (it 4 40i Bootees wortli $4.5!) now ." I'D 5 o - at :i 75 MEN'S SHOES Cotton Blnnkcts worth $l'00at 1 45 x . .. . . " " " 1 "t 1 01 .Men s Mioi'H wort h ..()( now .... '! 05 . 1 ro -it SKI 4 00 now. 2 75 .. ''- ' 11 1 V) at ; i :!.50 now 2 50 -' '.... i m Ladies' Dress Skirts 1 50 now.... 1 10 Skirts worth SID 00 itt $(! 00 BOY'S SHOE...

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

CANTON CITY NEWS. GEO. A. BRANDON Prop. A Weekly newspaper devoted to the Inten-dtn of Randall county nd pulillnlied nt ofliee on Went Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. Papera -nt ont of tlie county promptly diNron tinned at expiration of time paid for. RUBSCKIPT10X. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 CHRISTMAS. Next Sunday is Christmas the day of all days of the year in which children are interested; the day in which the visions of Santa Claus which for sometime have been coursing through the juvenille mind will come to a finish for the good year 190-1. Take the world ' over and Christmas is the day of days for family reunions for friends to get together and for the good i cheer that not only includes the! stranger within our gates but reaches out along the byways of poverty bringing reliet and ! gladness to the hearts sands upon thousands of thou- of the lowly in life. To the older ones among us Christmas recalls memories of the lgood old times." Of the days when the "man of God" use...

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

The Place To Buy the best Coal MM mm ! 1 111 genuine lviaiiiaiiu The Genuine McAlester Rugby "NiggerheacT and Piedmont Smithing Coal. Now is the time to get your winter's supply of coal while the weather is good. Why not now? Our prices are right. Our stock of Corn Oats Bran Corn chops and Hay is fresh and good. Don't forget that our stock of Shelf Hardware Queensware Glassware Implements Wagons Buggies Harness Saddles Windmills Piping Casing Cylinders all kinds of Water Supplies Wire and Nails is sec- ond to none on the Plains in point of quality cheapness and quantity. Give us a chance to save you money on such articles. We pay the highest market price to hides. CANYON OITY HARDWARE AND GRAIN COMPANY. if COAL! COAL! COAL! -WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR: The Genuine "Niggerhead" Maitland Lump Coal :AND: Victor Lump Coal And when we say we will give you the Genuine Maitland Coal WE MEAN IT and will not substitute some other grade of coal. Don't be fooled in taking something that is cl...

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

' 5 A BIG HOLIDAY SAL El For thirty d ys beginning December 9th. 1904 and ending January 9th. 1905 we will offer our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Notions Etc. at lower prices than any other house in the Panhandle. This is no idle boast and an examination of the follow- ing prices will convince you of the truthfulness of the above statement: . Wash Goods Toil. Do JCordo Ginslwuux vrorth V2c nt A. F. C. GinphnniM worth V2c at DrenK GlngliniiiH worth 10c it.. KctiKln:ton Percale JW-in worth 15c at Forest Percale KI-in worth loc at Cotton Checks worth (!Jj'c at Gool Outiny worth 10c at Best Sinm Glass Lininir. worth 20c at Flannollettes worth at Black and Blue Mercerized Sateen worth S3c at Fancy Mercerized Sateen worth y at Damask. White Linen Damask (U in worth ."0e. at "Wink Linen Damask 70-in. worth 00c at White Linen Damask fiS-in worth $1.00 at White Linen Damask 72-1 n orth $1.7.1 at Wool Dress Goods All Wool Flannells for Waists worth 50c at All Wool Tricot Flan...

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

i Canyon City N THE NEWS Office For JOB WORK VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30 1904. ew TTtTttTTTTTTtTTTTtTTTTTTTT r V o ill "Blazed jjf Trail Copyrtfht. 1902; by H''i''M''M''M''tM'H''M chapter xiii. rr K arrived out of breath at n 1-8 lyiiriil little mill town eon- II sistiim of t!i( usuul unpninted --J bouses tbt Hiilooiis. mill ollice ami enTAl store. To the latter lie ad- dressed himself fur iiifiiniiiltioti. The proprietor still sleepy was mop- ping out i he place . "Hoes tlmt lio.il stnji litre?" shouted 1 llOlpC lf I'llSS the slid "Sometimes" Hplnil i Lit tun n som- nolently "Not always?" "Only alien then-' freight for her." "fioi-Mi'i sin' iu) lor passengers''" "Nope " ''How she know when there's freight?" "Ob. they signal b'-r from the mill." liut Thorpe was- gone At the mill Thorpe drive for the en- gine room lie knew Unit elsewhere the clung of machinery and the hurry of business would leave Mount intention for lii til : and beside from the engin...

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

V A t.. ""- k'V Clron r iliiviitiiil t it 'tvti.. iil.ill county tmi lS ''"'H' .v. every Kril.iy. the count v iTi '''''1''-eomiiinetl i-t'xplrnHii.. or f I'""" "' srisj-viuriioN. Am )Yr... $1.00 Six months 50 ik Hlaz.-d Tr;iiiM Continued from nuirel calmly. Morrison's ye flashed not le re- tained hi appearance of geniality and uppenlcd to Walla Carpeuter. 'Then you will retain tin? advantage of our dams ami Improvements?" said i he. "Is tliat rairT j "No. not on tin face of It. admitted Thorpe. "But you did your work lu a navigable stream for private pur- poses without tbe consent of the hoard of control. Your presence cn the river Is illegal You should have taken out a charter as u improvement company Then as Ion .if as you attended to busi- ness' nnd kept the concern In repair we'd have paid you a toll per thousand feet. As soon as you let it slide how- ever the works would revert to the state. I won't hinder your doing that yet although I might. Take out your i charter and fix yo...

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