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

COST NOW OM! Dating from Monday December 12th to January 25th A 30 DAYS' Boots Shoes Hats Notions btc that has ever been riptpfirnnfn tn nisrrbiirst thft nnrs ot ArrmriiBtfY or " V" . . fltiv Athr Panhandle town m r t w "I" " Men's Boots worth f 7 f0 now ... $4 I' " 6.00 now ... 4 " 6.00 now ... 3 ' 4.00 now.... 3 " " " 3 .10 now. .. 2 ' ' 2.50 now ... 1 Bootees worth $4.50 now 3 MEN'S SHOES Men'i Shoos worth $5.00 now ... 3 95 V " " 4 00 now.... 2 75 " " " " 3T9 now. .. 2 50 " 2.50 now... 1 95 1.00 now . . 1 10 BOY'S SHOES Boyn Shoes worth 2 00 now... $1 50 : " ' ' 1 75 now... 1 28 '.'' " " 1 50 now... 1 17 LADIES' SHOES Ladles' Shoes worth $3 50 at ?2 49 2 50 .at 2 10 " " 1 75 at 1 38 ( " " 1 50 at 1 10 MISSES' SHOES MlriK.es' Shoes wortli 2 00 at fl 54 1 75 at 1 38 " " 1 50 at 1 10 ' 1 25 at 85 X! o rrrHin11v take pleasure Local. Year to all our meetjng i still go- ?sbytenan church. )uanah were sday. ). C. CAN 5; ZJ VGe made by i CHILDREN'S SHOES Chiidreu'n Shoes worth $1 35 at $...

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

i J. A 7T BIG H OLSDAY SALE! 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 Toll. De NorJe Ginfflmius worth 12V nt A. F. C. Glnglmms worth 12V at Se Drew Ginghams worth 10c at 7c Kensington Percale. 36-ln worth l.Vj nt 1"V Forest Percale !U-in worth 10e nt 7ty' Cotton Checkn worth V at .re Good OutiiiK worth 10c at $& Best Spun Glass I.ininsr. worth 2(K at U'e Flannellettes worth 12V Ht V Black anil Blue Mercerized Sateen worth .To. at 22c Fancy Mercerized Sateen worth lte. nt llc Damask. AVlilte Linen Damask 64-ln. worth 50c at 37V "White Linen Damask 70-1 it. worth 60c at 42c White Linen Pamask (?s-in. worth $1.00 at 70c White Linen Danmk 72-ln w orth $1.7". at $1 3S Wool Dress Goods...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 January 1905

Canyon New VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 6 1905. NO. 43. w wtw'W The Blazed t Tr&il ! COAL! COAL! City COAL! By STEWART EDWARD WHITE CopirtfW mt. till Stewart Kduurtl irhtfe "What in your name?" he asked. "Phil." "Phil what?" Silence. "How did you get hurt?" No reply. "Were you ploying your fiddle rn one of those houses''" The cripple nodded slowly. "Ar yon hungry?" asked Thorpe with a sudden thoughtfulness. 'Yes" replied the cripple with n lightning gleam in his wolf eyes. Thorpe ruun the bell. To the hoy Who answered it he said: "P-rlng me half a dozen heef sand- wiches and a glass (f milk and be 'quick about It." "Do you play the fiddle much?" con- tinued Thorpe. The cripple nodded ngnin. "Let's hear what you can do." "They cut my strings!" cried Phi! with u passionate wail. The cry came froni the heart and Thorpe was touched by it. The price of strings was evidently a big sum. "I'll get you more in the morning" said lie. "Would you like to leave I3i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 January 1905

) CANYON CITY NEWS. By GEO. A. BRANDON A Weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Randall county and published at office on West Evelyn St. Canyon City every Friday. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year.. $1.00 Six months 50 THE NEWS THANKFUL. With this the first issue of the New Year The News thanks the people of Canyon City and Randall county for the loyal sup port they have given it and hopes by its future conduct to deserve a continuaticn of this kindness. The News is thankful to its correspondents and other friends who from time to time have ren dered special services connect ed with its local columns. With out their help so opportunely given it would have been short indeed. The News is thankful to the business firms of the town for their liberal advertising patron age and for their commercial work. Lacking their assistance almost without exception cheer fully given it could hardly have flourished at all....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 January 1905

home to his Local. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber winer nun now after the stir preceding Christmas. J. H. Wills of Amarillo was in town Monday on business. C. N. Harrison is to return today vui JMv-nicago trip. Travis Shaw returned Sunday from a short visit old home at Taylor. As one of the January changes Mr. J. A. Williams goes out of the Canyon Mercantile Co. misses Jewel and Mabel Smith ot Clarendon visited friends in town during the holidays. Miss Amy McLarry spent the holidays in Jack county with rela- tives and friends. A. M. Smith of the meat market moved into his new residence Sat urday. There is talk of several new houses going1 up. The Holiness meeting closed Sunday night. K. A. bowder Esq.. returned Tuesday from a court trip to Lub bock. No law in it however. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber u. u. roster and family spent the holidays with relatives in Hunt county. Misses Carrie and Anna Jordan spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Hereford. Mrs. Heald of McClain Wheeler Co. spent the ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 6 January 1905

HiC UuZiu ii'uii Continued from 1st page htp for the younger firm. Ilia propo- sition was entirely oue of mutual ad- vantage. Tim company had Kone to considerable expense in constructing the pfcr of stone cribs. It would 1h. Impossible for the steamer to land at any other point. Thorpe had undisput- ed possession of the shore but the com- pany could as indisputably remove tbo dock. lt it stay where It was. Hoth companies could then use it for their mutual convenience. To thla Thorpe preod. The actual lodging was openlns: up well. Hot It Shearer and Thorpe agreed that it would not do to Ik? too ambitious the tirst year. They set about clearing their hanking ground about half a mile below the first dam. and during the six weeks before snowfall cut three short roads of half a mile each. Approxi- mately tJ.OtHVWO feet would be put in from these roads which could he ex- tended In years to come while another million could lie travoyed directly to the landiu;; from its immediate vicinity. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 January 1905

MI f 1 . 1 1 News. h ... VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 13 1905. NO. 44 1 90-5 $5 he 3 lazed ji A JlTi in 1 1 Trail Copyright. 1902. by CHAI'TEIt XVIII. ENDING the call of trial Thorpe took u three weeks' vacation to visit his sister. Time filled with excitement and responsi P bility had erased from his mind the bitterness of 'their parting. Now he found himself so impatient that ho could hardly wait to get there. lie learned on his nrrival that she was not at home. Mrs. Itenwick proved not nearly so cordial as the year be- fore but Thorpe absorbed in his ea- gerness did not notice it. Mrs. Hen- wick thought Helen had gone over to the Huglieses. I Thorpe found the Hughes residence without difficulty and turned up the straight walk to the veranda. On the steps of the latter a rug had been spread. A dozen youths nnd maidens lounged on Its soft surface. Thorpe as he approached the light from n tall lamp just inside the hall hesitated vainly trying to make out t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 January 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. By GEO. A. BRANDON Eatei-ft at PotoHr t Canfoa City m 8eond-ClM Mattrr. Offlw of Pnbllratlog. Vrt Evelyn Stmt. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 COTTON. Tbe fleecy staple is disturbing the world just now tbe amount of this years' crop 12000000 bales is staggering it. Not many months back tbe boll weevil was about to get away with tbe bulk of it it was sure so the experts said to cut down production at least one third and the balance tbe oth er two-thirds was going to bring fifteen cents anyway sot twenty These same gov ernment experts we are gravely informed are now "getting mat ters in shape " to save next years' crop. Bless us! What on earth is to become of the planter if he is saved again The truth of the matter is 'tis a pity the boll weevil didn't get more of the present crop. "Cut down production" crease tne. acreage say some "Burn a part of the present crop" advise o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 January 1905

The Place To Buy the best Coal The Genuine Maitland The Genuine McAlester Rugby "Niggerhead" 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 andNails 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 CITY HARDWARE AND GRAIN COMPANY. i i A three inch snow on Monday night. Mrs. R. W. Foster spent the hol- idays with relatives at Ben Frank- lin returning home last week. C R. Burrow made a business trip to Amarillo Friday returning next day. James King returned to Bluff- dale last week expecting to return here about March 1st. Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 13 January 1905

. -TfaM"l. A' --V! X- fi "Ik liked iuui Continued from 1st past? . year the M. & I) transferred its op- erations to another stream a few ruiles east . 'They're altogether too confounded anxious to help us on that freight. Wallace." aid Thorpe wrinkling his brow uneasily. "I don't like It It isn't natural." Thorpe's Camp One was celebrated In three states. Thone had set out to gather around him a band of good woodsmen. Except on a pinch he would employ no others. "1 don't care if I get in only 2.000 feet this winter and If a boy does that" I"' answered Shearer's expostu- lations "it's got to be a good boy." The result of his policy began to show even in the second year. Men were a little proud to say that they had put in a winter at "Thorpe's One." Those who had worked there during the first year were loyally enthusiastic. As they were authorities others perforce had to ac- cept the dictum. There grew a desire among the better class to see what "Thorpe's One" might be like. In th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 January 1905

VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1005 NO. 45 NO WE Highest Patent Soft Wheat Flour per cwt. . $3.25 Good Patent Soft Wheat Flour per cwt. . . $3.00 We mean what we say--we THOMAS - . TfJ Copyright. 1902. by CHAPTER XXI. EIIE moment had struck for the woman. Thorpe did not know it. but It was true. A solitary brooding life In the midst of grand surroundings: an active stren- uous life among great responsibilities; n starved hungry life of the affections whence even the sister had withdrawn her love ail these had worked un- obtrusively toward the formation of a single psychological condition. Such a moment comes to every man. Then are happiness and misery beside which the tncre struggle to dominate men be- comes trivial the petty striving with the forces of nature a little tiling and the woman he at that time meets Is more than a woman; she is the best of that mnn made visible. Thorpe found himself for the first time filled with the spirit of restless- ness. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 January 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. Pulilislu'il Every Frhlny r(T4irl STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. rrftr By GEO. A. BRANDON SKeady ror winter And bpnng Business Entered at Poxtotttce at Canyon City a Second-Clan Mattrr. Office of rnbliratinn Wmt Evrlya Street. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 50 FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Just wby we don't have a Farmers' Institute for Randall county is a question that is rather hard to solve. It's a pood thing for not only the farmers but the whole county and some ot our progressive farmers should take hold of it as they are doing elsewhere and make a success of it. It can be done and should be done and The News at any and all times is more than willing to lend its aid. Our neighbor Hereford has a disorganization of this kind and it is moving right along. At the last meeting as record- ed in the Brand officers headed by Col. S. T. Howard as presi dent were elected for the pres ent yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 January 1905

2LocaL in of the A Canyon City man can convert a buggy into a pretty fair cutter in about twenty minutes. Little business has teen done town the past week except by th lumber and coal firms. Wilson carries a nice line Tablets Pencils. Pens. Ink. etc for the School children. u T r- i icv. i . r. rcooeson nas moved into his new house. Mrs. Robeson who has been visiting her son Kaymond at Canadian returned home yesterday. Mrs. Bomier of Brenham is here on a visit to her sister Mrs. J. W Cummings. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber Scott & Roland are making seats for the Christian church judge l. c Lair and his car buncle are still close companions See the new Ad of Thomas & Orr on first page. They inform The News that they mean what they say or wilKpay big for lying. H. H. Gourley and family of Cherokee county Texas arrived with his goods and chattels Monday and will move on Mrs. Jordan's ranch. For Sale Cheap. A second-hand two-horse grain crusher in good condition been used one season. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 20 January 1905

"The Blazed Trail" Continued from 1st page Shi- I. I USni its lllullyil for ftmiuii'lll. Tlio young man opposite was occupied In many oilier more iuiportant direc- Hons. ''o wrote Mr. Hnrry Tliorpe that tv were nlicnt to descend on lii ills- tiirl witli wnj:ons ami tuts ami lndi- mis nml tilings ami uskcd liini to ionic ami see ns." Tlie piil looked at him for a moment steadily then smiled. Tlie r-hmiKe of . cmiiitemitice brought Tliorpe to himself. 'I!ut I never rcccivi-d the letter. I'm so sorry." said he. "It must le at the Will. Von see. I've lieen np In the woods for ni'aily a month." "Then we'll have to forgive yon. "Hut I should think they would have done something for you at the mill" "Oh. we didn't come by way of your Will. We drove from Marquette." "I see" cried Thorpe enlightened. "Hut I'm sorry I didn't know. I'm sor- ry you didn't let nie know. I suppose you thought 1 was still at the mill. How did you get along? Is Wallace with you?" "No." she replied dropping her hand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 January 1905

Canyon City News. VOL VIII. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1905. NO. 46. NO COST BALE MOONSHINE! WE MEET ALL PRICES FOR And Will Not Be Undersold!!! CASH!! Highest Patent Soft Wheat Flour per cwt. . $3.25 Good Patent Soft Wheat Flour per cwt. . . $3.00 Sample PRICES Changed EVERY WEEK. Standard 3-Ib Can Tomatoes per doz. . . . 90c We mean what we5fsay--we will not be undersold--one trial is all we ask. THOMAS & ORR. Canyon City Texas . .9. . m. j. f j .f . j. j f f . . fc j. j. a j r T 'If T 'If "F T "I" 'r r 'r 'I'TTTTTTTTTTTTT "i" V V 'r m -W- -- iTi i' w W. -W- .W. -W- -W- -w. -w. w w. w. .w. -w. w. .w. .w. - w J tTTttTTTTTtTTTTtTTTTttTtTTtTTtTTTTT" ttttttt 4 r : P5 4 4 : SI z Uhe 'Blazed Trail - By STEWART EDWARD WHITE Copyright i 90 2. by Sftmar1 Edtmard TOhif lAAIiAAAJiAAJtAAAitAitAAilufciiiAAAAAAlAAAlAlAAAAAAAAAJiAAAAA T T T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTT TTTTTTtTTtTTTTTTTTtTtTTtttTTTTTTTTTTT Tv TTTTTT "TTTT CHA.PTEU XXIII. Aftor thnt....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 January 1905

CANYON CITY NEW PuMislu'.l Every 1'iM.iy Hy GEO. A. BRANDON Rntornl nt Postntticc nt Canyon City ns Hrroml-Clns Hatter. Offlof of Publication West Kvrlyn Street. Papers sriit out of tlu ominty promptly clisoontinut'J at i-xpii atioH of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six monlhs B0T1N1-TEXICO-BEEEF0RD. fc Heady For ST R I M G F E L LOW-H U JVi E HDW.CO. (TH 1 Wiflt 1 A . MO Spring Business Saturday chaperoned by Joe Rav of the Hereford Brand the editor of The News for tbe first time in his life visited the towns nf Rrvina. Texico and Here ford. At Bovina where the stay was limited to twenty miuutes the time of The News representa- tive was takeD up chiefly in looking around. The place is nnt l.irirp hut it's jrrowiusr from every point of the compass and this without waiting for spring- timeit's doing it now. One thing that struck us with par- ticular force was the looks and language of the business men when questioned about "the times." "Good" "doing a nice business" "sel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 January 1905

lace To A fresh norther came up Tuesday morning. Witherspoon & Gough. Only a few days now in which to pay your poll tax. Dor.'t be UI3I I UIIL11I3CU. r-t -i Charley DeLong was in frcm his ) ranch in Castro Tuesday after fuel If it's candy you want see Wilson or the best kind. iQlf R. A. Campbell has been laid up with grip for a season but is now on the mend. Major Gordon arrived Tuesday and left again on the Wednesday morning stage for Plainview. A few land seekers have been in during the past week and some trading talked of but no deals have been closed yet. Wanted Calves or Year- liiiffH 200 of them to feed this winter. Plenty of feed grass and water. R. E. Foster. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber .). H. Rhea the well-known Bo- vina ranchman passed up the road to Canyon City Thursday. Here- ford Brand. H B ; ..it tnktl tr H l. Ki.VJ r ra ' ki . r 1 It VULil-B WS3 j - i .i.i - y lis T Vv tiny the best' Goa The Genuine Maitland The Genuine McAlester Rugby "Nigger-head" and Piedmont Smithi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 January 1905

MM Continued from 1st page Ix-fori- iln ln:ikiii. It was realty ipiitf (vlnmnliiiitry Imiv ini!-li was iu-:uiti' plislml untli-r tin1 ii;ikii spur of vtmIIht conditions and tin; cruel rowel- l:t: of Tlioi po. Tin' Intii'r liiiil now no tlmuulit bo- ynnd liis work anil that was tbo tlinulit of a nuuliiian. He bud boon Rtorn ami unyielding oiioujrh before goodness knows but now Iip was terri- ble. Not for an instant was them n resting spell. The veriest chore boy tnlketl. tbonglit. ill-earned of notbing but saw Iors. Men whispered vaguely of n rword cut. The ditncultles of snow accident tonography wore swept aside like straws. I.ittlu time was wasted and no opportunities. It did not matter bow smoothly nfTuIrs bappened to be running for the mo- ment; every advantage. even tbo small- est was eagerly seizi-d to advance the work. A drop of live degrees during the frequent warm spells brought out the sprinklers even In the dead of nlgbt. At night the men fell into their bunks like sand ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 February 1905

Ca City News n AS Tk fX W il II y oil J VOL VIII. NO WE MEET ALL PRICE Good Patent Soft Wheat We mean what we say--we THO Off I ran Copyright. 1902. by i.j..H'-:--k--k chapter xxxi. mN' tlio meantime the main body of tlio crew under Thorpe and his foremen wore briskly tum- bling tlio logs Into the current. Tlio men had continually to keep nlcrt. for (it any moment they were called upon to exercise their best judgment nnd quickness to keep from being car- ried downward with the rush of the logs. Not Infrequently a frowning sheer wall of forty feet would hesitate on the brink of plunge. Then Shearer Mniself proved his right to the 'title of river man. Shearer wore calks nearly an Inch Jn length. lie had been known to ride ten miles without shifting his feet on n log so small that be could carry it without dfllieulty. Tor cool nerve he was unexcelled. "I don't need you boys hero any lon- ger" he said quietly. When the men had nil withdrawn he walked confidently under the front of the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 3 February 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. vgTD STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. C-Tr-r' riiblislu'il Kvory Friday By GEO. A. BRANDON Entrrrd xt l'twtoftlre at Cnnyon Oily as Sccond-Clns Mnttrr. Oltir of I'nlilirnlion. Wfst Evelyn Street. siness? t Ready For Winter And Spring Bu V PnptTB sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Year $1.00 Six months 50 ST0CKRAIS1 NG PAST-PRESENT. In the eighties and early nineties and prior thereto stock- raising in Texas southwest west and northwest of the State Capitol was a problem far differ- ent from what it is today. Then stock roamed at will over vast areas of territory covered with the native nutritious grasses in their primitive perfect state all free to the stockman. In those days Texas or a vast portion of it was indeed '"turned loose ana trie more stocir you possessed the less it cost you to graze them. The rule then was as in the time of Abraham and Lot the stockmen divided up the country as though they were owners of...

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