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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 28 November 1901

m 'hi . WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, November 28, 1901. No. 35 ':ft 'Mi as. t":. fell 1 1-4 k4 m W: :X J SMITH, WALKER & GO'S. DRY GOODS , ATjCOST. WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THESE PRI CES. OTHERS MAY TRY TO MEET THEM. Positively we will sell ANY ARTICLE in our entire DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT at ACTUAL COST. Smith, Walker & Company have a Plains wide reputation for handling only first class goods and we are now offering in every particular as desirable stock as is shown by any firm in the Panhandle. For dates of sale and a few specimen prices see our ad on another page. Ceta Notes. Ceta, November 14th. (Delayed from laet week) As there is no reporter of hap penings at Fairview I will make a dive, by permission. ' Pine rains and fine weather ; . 'still prevail. '! Wheat and rye are looking fine. i Many farmers are preparing to break more land. 'J. T. Wesley will enlarge his .farm 140 acres. ';. d It appears that the settlers are...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 28 November 1901

THE STAYER. Bntcml nt the post oflice nt Cnn yon, Texas, an second class mall matter. Olllclal organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, u. C. V. Publisher.. R. Jf. Morgan. Editor,.... '.Mrs. I!. Jf. Morgan. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year ...$1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham Midway Park Items. Just think, here it is th last of the week and not a line or a thought for The Stayer cousins -and we have been oa the jump all the week, a little heFe and -there and not half done with the promised duties of the week, but we must fulfill our promise to do good in ways of prompt ness if it's only a little at a time. A short letter is better than no letter at all. Doing good should be the motto of every cousin along the line from one end of the Panhandle to the other. We are taught that the butter-nut tree impoverishes the earth uxn which it feeds but the olive tree enriches the soil. So there are natures as unlike in effect as these. Some cold, self ish, absorbing which chill and and i...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 28 November 1901

- . ....... , - , : ..; Nor THEY don't Control all the GOOD snoods. We meet their prices and - i in a beetle better o ' ' 1 1 WMMWWIMBMBWBirrClMWnBMMMWMWBM" 1 ' , , , 1 , . 1 , ... .. - ' 1 1 ' . . - i ... ... . ... i . ii- n i i . r ( LP DEALER Coal, (Brain 3ee56 of The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains, Your patronage solicited Give us a call when you come to Cauyoa City. YON f UMBER (a DEALERS IN T0N.G JEAF YELLOW piNE IUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES ARE Upper Grades of Flooring, Ceiling, Drop Sidiug, Beveled Siding, Finishing, Etc. Redwood Shingles, Doors, Windows, Lime, Cement, Etc. Send to us for Prices Before Buying. CANYON CITY, - TEXAS. To Solicit Your Trade. (an yon Drug IPARre Carries in stock a Pull and Complete Line of Pure, Fresh Drugs and Druggists Sundries Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Etc. Give us a trial order and be convinced. We are the only people in the drug business. Nothing will please wife or mother like a line piece of fur niture or a ha...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 28 November 1901

H.T.JONES DEALERS IN long leaf yellow pine lumber, DOOliS WINDOWS MOULDINGS BCILITING PAPER Absolutely Pure Lincoln Mixed Paint Sold under an Iron Chid Guarantee. XT. XEIYJIAW MAXAGER, CANYON CITY, '"'-. CCopyrltht, 1899, I7 Frederick A Stakes Company. girl ovr .- cum i-ur.laji 01lvar.ee tl to 'dropped the letter and its envelope obtain a front view of him and ree iuto her lap nnd resumed the pose. ognized Sturgis. The reporter had tipragu" tried to renew the conver- nation where it had been interrupt ed; but his efforts were in vain. Both lie and Agnes were preoccupied dur ing the balance of the Kitting-. "When at last the time came foi Miss Murdock to leave. Sprague nr. ,ot Jmipuoq putt 'jnjinS. Du,i tij Snr "pnejs utim v .ww n -a;u;s oqj dn fioauciJS putt aarpl aiiuBtjo-va 01 punoju paH!AV dejand -ojaqj Jv.ijjib.w svav jjjjoiIsj sdttqjaj -sajoyo puo cd.fapiuia oi -fq p.isn Xutuaua juqj cocid ei:vtpx3 no aouttjiua joijjo uu sew ajanx 'uiiq 33njjs iqiinoi v uatlX -tut;q oqj 0 coii'...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPERPEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. Vol. 5. Canyon City, Texas, Thursday, December 18, 1901. No. 37 SMITH, WALKER S GO'S. mYfimDSATCaST. WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THESE CES. OTHERS MAY TRY TO MEET THEM. Positively we, will sell ANY ARTICLE in our entire DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT at ACTUAL COST. Smith, Walker & Company have a Plains wide reputation for handling only first class, obds and we are now offering in every particular as desirable tock as is shown by any firm in the Panhandle. or dates onsaie and a lew specimen Drices see our ad on BBS THE STURCIS WAGER. went to the accountant's assistance. He passed into this office, which he probably reached in time to see Chat ham ruBh in from the secretary's room, closely followed by Arbogast. 'X' seized that chair over there in the corner and sprang between the hunt ed man and his pursuer as the latter raised his arm to fire. Our anony mous friend is probably a man of great strength; for with one blow of the chair he broke the b...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. Our store is the place you will want to visit us we as we have the largest and best selected stock of -la HQ LID AY GOODSBI Ever shown in town. We have all the latest novelties in Medal lions, Mirrors, Cuff and Collar boxes, Toilet sets, Games of all kinds Celluloid Souvenirs, Silverware and Albums. Our elegant line of Jewelry, and more to come yet Dolls from 5c to $2.50. Doll Beds WAVE CREST AND OPAL WARE FINE LIBRARY STATIONERY IN FRENCH BISQUE, TERRA COTTA, RICH ORIENTAL COLORINGS. THIS LINE IS JUST OUT THIS YEAR AND IS A BEAUTY BOYS AND GIRLS GIFT BOOKS. Bircb BarlfSeries each. Windsor Edition .. . Cambridge Edition : . .. 25c i m m jv f - aki o c 3 C f ftvr rrr i mrm ni I t o o PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. YOunS TOR DRUGS. HADLEY DRUG COMPANY THE A&OV0 UKUGG STS. A GOOD THING German syrup is the iecial presort p tion of Dr. A. Duwhee, a celebrated German physician, and it acknowl edged to be one of the most fortun ate discoveries in medicine. It quick ' ly cures...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

J TAK NOT! CE! CL SMITH, WALKER & CO' S. DRY GOODS AT COST. Will positively close December 25, 1901. ALE Have you seen that lovely new silverware at Hadley Drug Company's. It is great and, at prices that will surprise. tf Judge and Miss Mae Lair gave a dinner party Monday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lair. The disposition of t hiMron largely dependa upon health. If they are troubled with worms, they will he ir ritable, ctohs, feverish, ami perhaps seriouHly sick. White's Cream Venn ifuge Is ti worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful. Price 25' at Hadley Drug Co. MeHHreW. E. Brovler, f. A. Baker, F. W. Dunham, Sam Mills, Will Murchison, and others of Floyd county were among the many M'o ple trading here. Ho to the Canyon I'ity for tine Cigars Pharmacy W. B. llarl?, J. lv. Hunt, P. W. lames and others of Castro county were in town this week. In P.illiousiiess, llerliine. liy epcll ing from the body the excess of bile and adds, improves the assimilative process...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

THE NAME NO LONGER CONJURES NOR THEY DON'T CONTROL ALL THE GOOD GOODS. WEMEETTHEIR PRICES AND "GO 'EM A 'LEETLE Ubc Cannon flbevcanttlc Company. Lone Tree Notes. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Stayer: Here we come again. We hope the cousins are all still living but I don't see how we can be living after such a supper we ate last Saturday ' night at Pairview. ' Weather dry and CQld. Wheat and rye are needing rain very badly. No deaths nor no marriages. The Baptists will hold a fifth Sunday meeting at Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers re turned Sunday evening from Amarillo. Prof. Fletcher Rogers is working for Mr. Willis Fisher this week. J. M. McGehee is diging a well for for Willie Fisher. Mrs. Mary Jenkins is visiting her mother this week. Mr. Fred Madison made a fly ing trip to Canyon last week. Mr. Frank Caylor has gone to Arizona where he means to make his future home. Messers. Rice and Rice have been trapping for the last few weeks. They have had good luck. Mr. L. Rusk has sold his place n...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

-.MM irl, bolipn Fred :L$. is tjp prqny ecUng; rr r- ipr has a MMauuiiMinulr1 m IT. - . . C Mother and babe tbfg-eefe in the '.ltd inst. doing well. s 1 t - n li-rr A tiftotl Cousrli Jlemciile. Beautiful Silverwarp for Xmas , r presnta at- The , Haile- Drug I t Company. tf 1 1 - i t Fiife 3 M Are made of the finest beaver and nutria fur in all the modiihr kftapes and In hU the fashionable colors soft and stiff. Ask your dealer for them. If he is outof them he will order foi; you. .. HENRY H ROELOFS & CO. Philadelphia. A i V -4 klLfind GbaMlain'C.CougJi; Remedy is an excellent medi cine. I have been suffering ff?nTa,seVer3c6iirlj for thejlast n 9 a :3 -3 5 A tVo'rflonths andntnas effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recommenTiDg ' itW.-" 0; Wockner, of one respected, residents, ' and has been voluntarily given in' good faith that others uiay try the Remedy and' be benefitted' as was Mr. Vockner. Sold by Hadley Drug Company. " u. s Goal, Seeoe l GOBER , . '.' .', I DEALER IN ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 12 December 1901

ta The clerks room, which were used la this operation. After, as he thought, i-onijiletfly obliterating all traces of the tragedy, he quietly walked oil by tne Kxt'hange place entrance, locked the door and threw away the key. All this, while Policeman Flynn was chasing Quinlan. You will note that'X,' knowing nothing of the Quintan epi sode, was quite justified in believing that the shots had failed to attract any attention outside of the bunk. Very likely he was disturbed by -the return of the policeman and Quintan; 1 cannot otherwise account for his hav ing left the gas ourning. Had he had the time, I feel confident that, with his customary thoroughness, he would hare turned it out. As to my minute, description of Arbogast's wounds, t here is nothing remarkable in that. I know that the weapon used by 'X' was yon der chair, because I found particles of the bookkeeper's epidermis upon one of the legs, w hich was considerably les sened by the blow. Hut 1 know exact ly what the wounds ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 December 1901

V r 7 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. THlE' lTAYEM. ' " ...- - - . . .. ,.- :-.', : . - 1 VOL V. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER, 26, 1901. NO. 39. (SjjYON Jumper (oT DEALERS IN TDNGTEAFVELLOWPINETUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES ARE Upper Grades of Flooring, Ceiling, Drop Siding, Beveled Siding, Finishing, Etc. r - Bed wood Shingles, Doors, Windows, Lime, Cement, Etc. Send to us for Prices Before Buying. CANYON CITY, - - TEXAS. Pecos Valley lines give rates tor Christmas and New Year via the Santa Fe to all points in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. To all points east of the Mississippi river including Memphis and New Orleans. Rates to the southeast, over the Denver to points in Colorado. Dates' of sale Dec. 21, 22 and 23, 1901. Pinal limit 30 days. All tickets will have, to be executed by agents at destination for return trip. Local round trip tickets on Pecos Valley and S. K. & T. Selling dates Dec. 23, 24, 25, 26 and 31 and January 1. Final lim...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 December 1901

JM "T1 f m 6 I tmmmmmmmmmmnf Vsur Cart) Qf Sbanfcs. We wish to thank our patrons and the trading public generally for the very liberal patronage we have been favored with dur ing the year just closing. We have done our utmost to please, and feel that our efforts have not been wnsted. Wishing each a merry'JXmas, and a pleasant and prosperous New Year. We are, Sincerely Yours, SMITH WALKER & CO. ftiuuiuiiuiuiuuiuiiuiuiurc tmmmmmmtmmwmmmmmt?? l?ounfl XaWw, attention! A Bargain Lot of Printers. The Stayer la In receipt of a Job lot of printers that are strictly "!l"p-to-date (?) and will be disposed of to deserving young ladies on remark ably attractive terms. The lot com prises one quite good-looking (?) yonng man, 25 years old, warranted not to balk at dish-washing, hereto fore held at $1.00, now marked down to 99 cents. One young man not quite so good-looking, but willing to do any old house work, 21 years old, warranted kind, heretofore held at $ 1.50, now to be had at 48 cents....

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 December 1901

7 ii ICopyrlftl, tSga, by Frtdtrkk A. Stokt Company r. Dunlap, president of the K nlek- ank, the Inclosed papers, which to him the full extent of my de- c hesitate to betray Chatham and . ir; they did not scruDle to ruin m. have sent for Chatham, and I shall -tv. him warning of my Intended flight If he sees fif, he can take such steps as he may choose to escape his own richly deserved punishment" While Sturgis was reading Arbogast's letter, Dunlap, restlessly pacing the room, had observed him furtively. "Well?" he now inquired, stopping before the reporter, "what do you think of that?" "Poor woman!" exclaimed Sturgia, feelingly; "it is terrible to think of the suffering brought upon her by her husband's guilt. I ought to be hard ened to a situation like this; for it is the inevitable seguel of almost every crime that is ever committed. But I am moved every time by the pathetic expiation of the innocent for the guilty." "Yes, yes; I know," said Dunlap, in differently; "that it not wh...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 26 December 1901

THE STAYER. Entered at the post office, nt Can yon, Texas, us second class mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher. Editor, . . . R. Jf. Morgan, Mrs. R. W. Morgan, SCBSCIilPTION. One Year........... 91.00 Six months, 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham The Law on Fireworks. Article 336. If any person shall dWlWIlntm "Mot or REPOP.T OF THt CONDITION OF THt Stockmens National Bank nt Canyon, In the Btate of Texas, at the close of business, Dec. 10, 1U01: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts .. 193,831.80 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured....'. 10.748.35 U. S. Bonds to secure clreu lution 60,000.00 Premiums on C. S. Bonds 3,059.13 Bunking house, furniture and fixtures 9,207.93 Due from National Banks (not reservengents) 9,252.84 Due from approved reserve agents 27,1Ck5.4: Intomal-Uevenue Stamps.. 1-12 54 Chocks and other cash Items 453.36 Notes of other National Banks 800.00 Fractional paper currency, nlckles and cents 104.65 Specie 5,1 IS 00 Lognl-Ten...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 2 January 1902

7 kTTs TT TT TT7 11 JHIJ& STAYEM A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMINQ. VOL Y. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY, 2, 1902. NO. 40. 1 yonumber DEALERS IN IONGIEAF YELLOW piNE TUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES ARE Upper Grades of Flooring, Ceiling, Drop Siding, Beveled Siding, Finishings Etc. Bed wood Shingles. Doors, Windows, Lime, Cement, Etc. Send to us for Prices Before Buying. CANYON CITY. - - TEXAS. Wright Items. Well, Christmas has come and gone and the cold weather holds on the same. Yesterday, 26tb, it was beautiful but today it is cold and Marcby. On last Sunday, December 22nd, Dave Reed and Miss Lillie McCune were married by Rev. Frank Moore. They had a real nice supper. On Christmas day J. W. Skip worth and Miss Mabel Smith were married by Rev. J. D. Cook; so you see Jim and Dave have got them a dish washer. I have not learned where Dave and bis better half expect to make their future home. Jim and Mrs. Mabel will live three miles south of Wright where Jim has been try...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 2 January 1902

a a m . 0 I III I"! I I 41 NEW YEAR'S GREETING. .6. .9. r t t ', 3 t a o With this issue we begin a now yours work. The Stayer has stayed with Its patrons through many dis courngiDgplacosv Moins than once we have thought that we. could no longer utiugglengalnst odJsbut each time got u fresh breath nnd started again, everHtrlvtng in our feeble way to help In every good worR for the country, sparing no pains or time to advance the town's Interests. To those who have aided us with their patronage weextend onrheart felt thanks; for those who have not ve have only kind feollugs. This is a free republic and if any man does not feel that he would 1 benelited by patroniitng his town paper heshonld by all means let It alone. The Stay er is not an object of charity aud does not solicit alms, but Is a legiti mate business enterprise and as such expect the support of every man who Is in sympathy with the good people of the town In their efforts to build it up. In "every community there are some...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 2 January 1902

-TV "W.M W -Ur .'-' !. THE STAYER. ' Eatered at the poet office at Can- f on, . Texas, as second class mail matter. ., Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, D. C. V. Mrs.R. W. Morgan, Editor and Publisher.' SUBSCRIPTION. One Year,'. : . Six months, .". . . $1.00 ,50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham Notice to Our patrons. Owing to press of other business Mr. Morgan retires from the manage ment of the Stuyer and I assume full charge.' No one Is responsible for anything that may appear In Its col umns but myself, Mi. Morgan has no connection whatever with It. I will mak(5 all contracts and pay all debts. Respectfully soliciting a con tinuance of the public patronage I am Yours Very Truly, Mrs. It. W.Morgan. International Stock Food guaranteed to niake hens lay, at Canyon Drug Company's. tf John Turner and Lee Shifllett are building a house for Mr. Puckett at Hortales. Canyon City .Lodge No. 481 I. O. O. F. meets ev- ery Saturday night at 8:"0 o'clock- All visiting brethren ar...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 2 January 1902

auu .Tie was bound to fall into their band mission to the house, when before long. The onljr effect of this he became aware of the presence o'lV discovery w ill be to hasten the dcnone- a man who had approached with ! .-.V tnent. 1 had traeed him to your hotine, noiseless ateps. Url fll and 1 knew how he waa wounded; ao -Ah. is that you. Mr. Sturgis?" tiM t .,:MJ JJW ntl that of thi that I recognised him as loon a you the calm, aardonical Tolce of Di Ifurw' voices fioweo tn the calm, even tone mn I Innfwl 1,1 A i I . . .. . . . I EDGAR MORETTC (CssrrifSt. its, kr Frsssfka A. StokM CaaayJ "Your father would," he replied, hurklly; "it vat he egged me on to thin; he promised me that you would have me " "My father promised " "Yes, your father; and, by C " Chat ham, w ho was grow ing more and more excited, brought down his clenched fist tipon a table near which he stood, ami with tin evident effort re pressed the oath which rose to his lips. Miss M unlock, startled and bewildered, observ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 9 January 1902

BTAYEKo m A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARM I NQ. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY, 9, 1902. NO. 41. t lm.l ent 3 tJa b r rftook a car, load of Xsealw ; V suimay. iney froas. Trentan1 tbe pr" Amq oro to PueM 14 ds wbdJight $5.55s feeding for 6ya's CoUe was gut 500 head of 5Veij x. I A lmc nf F.ctpl. line, one and one-fourth sections of land with' some improve ments, 16 miles east of town, consideration, 11040. Claren don Banner Stockman. We call your attention to the card of C. T. DeGraftenreid, of tbe Canyon Ceta Stock Farm. Mr. DeGraftenreid is one of the best known breeders of fine cat tle in this section and bis offer ings are sure to be tbe best. Mr. and Mr. G. R. Stratton Returned from their bridal tour iturday. We understand they ill occupy the Beeves cottage w under construction. gMiss Lima r aimer visueu r v t 1 I f ' J. .1 olends at Hereford last week. '-of w Bev. W. D. Robinson was in Jtown Monday. We wish to thank our friends and patrons for the liberal patro...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The stayer. — 9 January 1902

the stayer. SH0RT HORNS FOR SALE. Entered at the pot office at Cnn- fon, Texas, a second class mail matter. OfflcliU organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, C. C. V. Mrs. R. W. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SCBSCJZIPTIOX. (ine J car, ..SI. 001 Six months,.... .. ......... j0 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanbam Notice to Our Patrons. Owing to pros of other business! Mr. Morgan retlresfrom tberannnge- ment of the Stayer and I assume full -hnrge. No one is responsible for anything that may npnear in its col- umns but myself, Mr. Morgan has no connection whatever with it. I will inula-all contracts anJ pay nil debts. Kesiieetfully soliciting: a con- tinuance othepublle patronage I am Yours Very Truly, Mrs. R. V. Morgan. Full Blood, unregistered Short Horn Cattle for sale cheap. If taken in next thirty days, I will, sell at a bargain 23 cows, 9 one-year-olds, 10 two-year-olds, heifers. The cows .will be safe with calf by Regis tered Short Horn bull. I have sold their bull, calves at weaning ...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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