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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 February 1905

xocai The Place To Boy the best Coal 321 polls were paiJ up to the first. See changes in Thomas & Orr At this week. Lots doing: but The News doesn't seem to find it out. Witherspoon & Gough. T. H. Rowan and wife spent Saturday and a portion of Sunday in Amarilio. Sheriff Slover was at Amarilio Saturday night trying to catch up with some poor unfortunates want t d by the State. v uson carries a nice line of Tablets, Pencils, Pens. Ink, etc for the School children. Wanted, Calves 01 Year. linffs 200 of them to feed this winter. Plenty of feed, grass and water. R. E. Foster. Another new trial in the "Sowder case" set for Monday. Burton-Li ngo Co-Lumber Robt. Reid of Silverton, and Jacob Hoffman, ot the Hoffman neighbor hood, entered our High School re cently. T. F. Reid moved into town last week. If it's candy you want see Wilson or the best kind. 10 tf Mrs. G. C. Long left last week to join her husband at Mineral "Wells. They expect to return home together in about a month. Tu...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 February 1905

"The Blazed Trail" Continual from 1st page soinelimv tin- ii;ility n( linn. Tor Mrtvitililr duration il wcjmtl to tln'tn 1.i'.V st;iivd I tin- onliMst liclwifii t rnuiiii: Ih'II ii'.Mivc iini tin )H if;uc nlili rivor Iwlow. Yi't ;i forward, wln-n they nttiMnptfri to rrrnll definitely ilu impression, tlioy knew it could liave lasted but u frac tion of it second. "So Inn. Imivs"' tliey lienrd .Tim my rowers' voice. Tlirn tlio ropo Thorpe linit tlirmvn fell across a caldron of tortured waters and of tossing loys. CIIAPTKIt XXVIII. lCRlNCI perlmps ten seconds the I 11 survivors watched the end of I II Thorpe's rope trnillnz in the I flood Then the yountf man with n deep sigh began to pull It to ward him. At once r hundred surmises, ques tions, ejaculations, broke out. "What happened i" cried Wallace Carpenter. "What was that man's name?" nsked the Chicago journalist, with the eager Instinct of his profession. "This Is terrible, terrible, terrible!" a white haired physician from Marquett...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 February 1905

a i Canyon City News. VOL VIII. CANYON:-CITY, RANDALLTCOTEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY NO WE MEET ALL Good Patent Soft Wheat We mean what we say--we THOMA n ft ' 6 0 i rati Copyright. 1902. by CHAPTER xxix. Then began the wonderful struggle against circumstances which has In come a byword unions? river mod every where. A forty day drive lind to go mt In ten. A freshet had to Hunt out 80.000.000 feet of logs. It was tremen dous. Fourteen, sixteen, sometimes eighteen hours n day the men of the driving eicw worked like demons. Jams had no cliunce to form. Of course under the pressure the lower 0am had gone out. Nothing was to be depended on hut sheer dogged grit. Far up river Sadler & Smith had hung their drive for the season, and so had resigned themselves to a definite but not extraordinary loss. Thorpe had at least a clear river. Wallace Carpenter could not under stand how human flesh nnd blood en dured. The men themselves had long sinee readied the point of practical exhaustion, but w...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 February 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Every Friday it STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. O a .1 Ready For Winter And Spring Business? By GEO. A. BRANDON, 6 Entrrtd at FcwtnCtce at Canyon City, an Second-Claw Matter. Office of rnbllcation, Wert Kvelyn Street. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued ut expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $1M Six months HO FOR HOMELESS CHILDREN. is A highly meritorious measure now before tne present Legisla ture is the proposition to estab lish an Industrial Training and Reform School for the helpless parentless boys and girls of this State, between the ages of eight and sixteen years. The bill contemplates the se lection of a site for the school through the competition towns, asks the appointment commissioners for this purpose and provides tor an appropria tion of $1000 with which to meet the expenses of making the choice. Itfurther provides tba the cost of site, which must con tain not less than 500 acres shall not exceed $15,000, and that...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 February 1905

ii "&WC Jr'S Dull times all over the Pan handle. According to the ground hog leg end we will have early spring. Two brand new states Okla homa and Indian Territory form one and New Mexico the other. The 12th of this month is Lincoln's birthday, the 11th, Valentine Day, and the 22nd is Washington's birthday. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber Regular term of Commissioners Court next week. Mr. Slover's little girl, Parlee, nas oeen right sick the past week but is now getting better. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets, Pencils, Pens. Ink, etc for the School children. Witherspoon & Gough. a new gin maae its appearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Upshaw Monday night. Mrs. L. S. Kinder of Plainview passed through Monday on her re- turn home from Mineral Wells. The Sowder case, tried over again Monday before a jury, re sulted in a verdict for the defend ants. Berne Wilson will move to Plain view this week and become a part ner in the law business with his brother, L. G. Wilson. Mrs...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 February 1905

Tlic Mazed Trail" Continued Ii om 1st pits" WY.Iimf r.i;t t tlx' li:itilius linns' nml rousitl 111 V:ir1liiM liotn :i ho:' vy rKu-ji. The li-iti'r nmtiM-stimil tin sltna tion !it a won!. Ylii liri'ssiiis I"' philuiHl to the youiifevr mat) whi'tvln lay tin lntiiH'r. "If the y.ui breaks onco," saiil lie. 'noil-jliis Urn of rnrtli r:n prevent it front joins t into tin lake, ami there U'i! scatter heaven knows whore. Oueo scattered It is practically a total loss." . They felt iliniUy through the raiu In the direction of tin lights on the tug und pile driver. Shearer, the water dripping from his flaxen mustache. Joined litem like a shadow. At the river he announced his opinion. "We can hold 1st nil right." he assured them. "It '!' take a few more piles, but by morning the storm 'II be over, and ehe'U begin to go down again." 1 The three picked their way over the creaking, swaying timber. I'.ut when they reached the pile driver they found trouble nfoot. The crew had mutinied and refused l...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 February 1905

? New atiyoti VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1905. NO. 49. City VT il.ltf tllll.IIII .5.4. Tt $ tt : UJnH 1 ruti Copyright. 1902. by ' ft". ...j. CnAPTICK XXXIII. Ill AT is It?" "What is tho mat ter?" "What the 's upV" "What's happened'" burst on Wallace in a volley. "it's Dyer!" gasped the young man. "I I'oijik Kim on the boom! Ho held me up with a gun while he liletl the Iiooin chains between the center piers. They're Just ready to go. I not away by llvin. Hurry ami put in' a new chain. Vou haven't not much time!" "He's a goner now," interjected Sol ly grimly. "Charley is on Ids trail and he is hit." Thorpe's Intelligence leaped promptly to the practical iuestion. "Injun Churley whero'd he come from? I sent him up to SaUler it Smith's. It's twenty miles, even through the woods." As though by way of colossal answer the whole surface of the jam moved Inward and upward, thrusting the logs bristling against the horizon. "She's going to' break!" shouted ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 February 1905

:.-:- CANYON CITY NEWS. l'ul.lislhl Every Krl.lnv My GEO. A. MKANDON, r.mrreu hi rovtnmcr Rt ranyon lily, as Scrond-t'laxft Matter. Olflrr if 1'ulilication. West Kvplyn Street. srrrhr stringfellow-hume hdw.co. Thjuts urnt out of the county promptly discontinued it expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year ;....,:$ 1. 00 Six months .,50 ANTI-FREE PASS. The Senate "anti-free pass" bill, now up to the House for action, is burdened with too many imperfections, the consti tution of the State considered, to stand before any court of competent jurisdiction. It makes a farce of the public de mand, and the mere passage of such a measure should be be neath the good sense and digni ty of a Texas law making body and its highest of that class the Senate. It has been the practice of the railroads to issue free passes to certain officers who, may at times, come in contact with their interests. Judges of courts, high and low, certain high exe cutive officers, and member of legislative bod...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 February 1905

xocal. E' DISC PLOWS MitmimrniiJ ; FH EMERSON VIII II. Don't yiiii Iff liiiz.;,iil Keep you fi'i-lin' Mtn Sonic (l;i.v you'll riMi-li ji Fnni:n.-r Will hi' hot ciioti-li f, r you: Li'ii' yo' ciir ti-r tc-i k ri WVimIi' Mizziinl ni.-ikc you (iy; Ft' yon frccw tip In ill- winter. Never melt up in July! Ef, vni kw-ji on Ink' you nivim- III ills wililiM-ni-HK In-low. Komi- (l.-iy you'll reach a climate li.ir dar'n never any snow! Atljintii Constitution. ORIGINAL. On Canyon when the sun was low All lilooil less l;iy t he lint roiiiieii snow, As cold fin a lillzy.aril wan the How Anil people shiveriim- liaill.v Sic tiunsit (ii.oniA mimm. W. J. R. The 2211J is Arbor Day try the novelty of planting one tree. Notice the change in the Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co. AJ. L. S. Kinder is now Judge, and D. C. Glasgow District Atty., of the new South Plains district. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber 4 1 Is the most successful Disc Plow on the market, for light draft, easy to adjust and operate, can be...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 February 1905

The Blazed Trail" Continued from 1st pace Till U:ii,.p"'!c(l romiii.V rlulliK'il file flill't.V's UIIMIll. It Wiis no Iki-.kcI'ii l)W t ion of killing- A ii hhiIkt hiti'i: i;ito the sioiv :inl s'.iort'.y r;uT.,itl hi'iirin;! U of Ui'r s,-ii. with whh-h tln-y ill Up-d tin- sliiiis mi tin viiii'.v:irtl sill'' of tii mil Tin thimcs ;ini,'!it the Htniftuiv ir.stiini'.y. A tliousjiml spark. I iu rut hv tin1 i-:Ts!:tin !rt;-.i. f:isti'!nil like so i:i:niy Ntiiij-iu;; ini'iU on tin lumlior in tlu yaiil. It hurnitl as iii ii'il hnlsiini thrown on n camp lire. Tin hi:tt of it drove tlio onlookers f:ir hark in tin' village, where In siliMH-o they w:itrhil tlie tlestruetion. Duly iHiil liis tuan wen slapped and ruffed hither mid thither nt tin? men's will. Their fares hied, their bodies ached as one lintise. "That Ripiare ns." said tlie men. "If we can't cut this year, neither kin yon. It's up to you nowI" Then. liln a destroying horde of lo custs, they Kiittitl tlie ofliee nnd tlie store, sma...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 February 1905

1 i .1 (' VOL Vlil. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, t : t- ! Copyright. tOO, by IMIIttOI(ilMlll .5. 4. .. J. .J. 4. .;. ff -j. .j. .j. .j. a a .. .j. .r. v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v chapter x.v. "Yes," said she diplomatically. "P.ut you!" he cikd suddenly. "The papers remind me. How about that Morton V" "What about him?" asked the girl, astonished. "He Is very happily en gaged." Thorpe's fare slowly rilled with Mood. "Yoji'll break lh" engagement at once," lie onimanded. a little harshly. "Why should I break the engage. tuentV" (leinaiideil Hilda, eying him With some alarm. "You actually don't think he's "ii gaged to nie!" she burst out linully. "Isn't he?" asked Thorpe. "Why. no, stiiiid! He's encased to Elizabeth . Jnrpcntcr. Wallace's sister. Now where did you net that silly idea?" "I saw It hi the paper." "And you believe all you see! Why didn't yon ask Wallace? I'.ut of course you wouldn't. Harry, you tiro the most incoherent dumb old brute I ever ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 February 1905

3 CANYON CITY NEWS, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. ta CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Every Friday Ky CEO. A. BRANDON, Entrr-rd at I'oMottioe at Canyon City, as Scroml-ClasK Matter. Office of Publication, WfKt Evelyn Street. PaiHTs wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six monihs 50 SHELTER FOR STOCK. Cattle protected trom such spells of cold as experienced recently require at least one third less feed. This has been proven time and time aain and is therefore not now debatable. And, if this be the general rule, and such it is, with how much greater force does this question of shelter apply to prairie coun tries where nature has left all ot this provision to man alone. The Durham, Hereford, An cus, Galloway, Red Polls and all other improved breeds which today represent the per fection of the cattle species were made just wnat luey are by being cared for housed not iu windbreaks, but in barns from infancy to maturity. In Aberdeenshir...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 February 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. UK 3Local Springtime will be here before vc know it. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber Postmaster Cobb and wife are just getting up from a severe spell of grip. W. H. Hicks and Dr. Stewart have purchased the Mack Leonard residence in the south part of town. Sowing of considerable spring wheat is being" talked of. Our hardware houses are getting in big piles of agricultural imple ments. W. B. Walters and family left Tuesday for Iowa Park, their future home. Mr. Walters owns property there. His section near Ceta is rented for this year to T. A. Ridgeway. Witherspoon & Gough. The ground is in splendid condi tion, or soon will be, for sowing wheat and oats. Monday, Henry Bradford pur chased the C. W. Word place of two sections near Happy, includ ing stock and feed. Mr. Word will move temporarily to Amarillo. If it's candy you want see Wilson or the best kind. I 0 tf The Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co., has been selling lots of oats for seeding purposes...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 February 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, FEBRUARY 24, 1905. A Sepia Sketch 8 "Good night, Harry!' Miss East wick's coat fell on to the floor, and. bonding forward in her shimmering satin gown, she kissed the pictured face before her. It was a ceremony gone through every night, as it had Wen for the hist "ten years. In the early days, with silent tears, in a lavender pcented attic, now electric light was switched on in the lig studio in Washington, where Harry Iwtou's picture hung in its silver frame to inspire the pastels and dainty minia tures which had brought Isobel East wick fame. Ten rears ago young Lawton had sailed for South America, vowing as soon as lie had a homo her to return and claim to oiler Isabel's j ! promise to wait for him. Miss Eastwick was nothing if not AtVi.T if not fanciful. ! VVlJ.'HIiil tivi.ii.i ... f her friends said, though thev did not guess at the romance uf her life, and the had cherished the memory of those promises end the hope that one day her lover would return. Paul Ma...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 March 1905

News VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1905. NO. 51. A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. '1 Vr WHY NOT? By P. D. PATTISSON The harbor of Hongkong was looking its loveliest on this mellow October afternoon as the big P. and 0. steamer slowly glided from her moorings amid the crowd of ship ping that filled the harbor. There were not many passengers on board, the l'arramatta, for this was not a time of the year that many people traveled from the east homeward, but amid the stir and bustle attendant on the departure of a big mail steamer and the set tling down of newly joined passen gers two people, both passengers, formed a tranquil contrast. Major Walton, although his eyes rested on the gold tipped hills they were so swiftly passing, saw them not at all. His thoughts were all inward, too much occupied with a bitter past to take much heed of the surroundings of the present. It wa3 the old, old story his mind was dwelling on that of a woman's frail...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MARCH 3, 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Kvery Friday Ky GEO. A. HRANDON, Kntrrnl t Postolire tt Cayo City, n Second-CI Mattor. OBlrc f Publication. Wwt Kvplyn Stroet. Papers wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCKIPTIOX. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 (Jetting our Bearings. Success is what we are all after and in the stock, as well as any other line of business, if we would attain it we must get our bearings. What branch of the stock business is the coun try in which we have cast our lot best adapted to? This is one of the first and most important questions for us to solve; it is a ground plan upon which, if cor rectly gauged, we may safely rear our superstructure. In passing upon this question cli mate, range and cost of feed stuffs are perhaps, the three leading factors to consider. Where, to us, is the best money Is it in raising stuff for northern feed lots, or, is.it in both raising and finishing combined? Answering ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MARCH 3, 1905. iL. I 2LocaL i "The Weather" Its been all right since last FriJay. H. M. Bridges, W. H. Black and .lames McCormick were among our welcome visitors Tuesday. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber W. F. Heller says that he fears the peach crop for the Plains this season will be very short. Nice time to break sod land. . The roads will soon be in good trim again and freighting from here South will be resumed. Witherspoon & Cough. Miss Johnnie Cartwright is visit ing her sister, Mrs. D A. Park, this week. If it's candy you want see Wilson or the best kind. 19 tf Ab Thompson is now at work at Gober, Hume & Kenyon's. A. S. Rollins moved into his new purchase Wednesday the house vacated by Walter R. Brandon. C. P. Hutchings, of the Canyon City Supply Co., left Tuesday evening for St. Louis to purchase the spring stock. Wagons, lots of wagons in town the past few days loading for the South Plains towns. The Stuyvesant docks at New Orleans valued at live millions wer...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MARCH 3, 1905. THE KISS ...OF LIFE Original. The momlors of the lious'iol1 stood about my IkiI waiting for my death. Not brothers, sisters, father, mother, for these w ere nil deml. My mint stood at the foot of the lcl. My Cousin Eugenia, to whom I was engaged to be married, snt weeping near a window, her fnee hurled in her handkerchief. Laura, whom my mother had left to my care when a little girl of hut ten years oM and for whom I had provided ever since, stood in the background, crowded away from the bed by the others, and I could not see her face. Laura was now twenty and by my 2oath would be left without a home or support. I had provided for her, but had not boon fully satisfied with the new will in which I had made the pro vision and had kept it locked where it would not be found. The old will left everything to Kugenia. ' The doctor came mid put his band on my heart and after leaving it there n few minutes said in a softly modulated voice: "It is aJl over.' M...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 March 1905

0 Canyon ! VOL VIII. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1905. NO. 52 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. v THE END OF IT Copyright, 1001. by Richard B. Shclton. Vundyno stood very stiff and straight, with folded arms. Outlined ngninst tlw background of dull sky nnd gray water his figure seemed al most heroic. Despite his clothes of conventional cut, there was something suggestive cf the bronze age about him some hint of rugged, primitive strength. Miss Desboro realized sud denly that the musk of conventional restraint had been thrown aside and that there stood before her all of the rugged, primitive man that lay beneath that mask. ' A moment ago she had been Inclined to laugh. Now there was a strange sensation tugging at her heart, but whether It was pity or fear she could not tell. This was the stage of the game she generally found most enjoya ble this climax, where she always ex pressed her surprise and sorrow and bound up the wounded heart with the ba...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MARCH 10, 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Every Friday By GEO. A. BRANDON, K.nterfd t ToMoffirf at Canyon City, lis Second -Clasm Matter. Offlrf of PnWicntion. Wrt Evelyn Strfrt. I'niHTs sent out of tlie county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. SI. 00 Six months W LOCAL OPTION LAWS. In the case of "Will Owens against the State, appealed from Jones county, the court of criminal appeals holds that a common carrier, in this case a party who drove a hack from Jones county into Haskell, can take orders for liquor in local option districts and receive pay therefor without violation of the law. Owens collected the price of the liquor in advance and in addition charged a com mission for deliverj'. As in the interstate case decided by the same court some two or three weeks aero, the decision in the Owens case is, Judge Brooks alone dissenting, that the pur chase is made at the place of filling the order where the liquor is poure...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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