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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 10 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 10 1905. 5Local Witherspoon & Gough. Burton-Lingo Co-Lumber Grass coming up! A fair spring rain fell south of town Saturday. If it's candy you want see Wilson or the best kind. iq tf Johnllutson has an ad on the first page of this paper. The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. iQtf For Sale Good woo.l bedstead and springs for $2.50 This office. E. E. Lee in the grocery busi- ness here has a small ad in this issue read it. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils Pens Ink etc. for the School children. The News force has been very busy this week getting- matters ready to run the printing presses by power. John Crawford and wife went to Tulia Friday evening to see his mother who is reported to be very sick. The Hereford Brand records the wedding at that place March 1 of County Judge Russell and Miss Nora A. Daniel. Born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stratton a son. This is out of the usual order for a lirst born its generally a girl. For S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 10 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 10 1905. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Table Charades That Can Be Produced In a Moment. llorc ore pome "charades" that can he produced in a moment with- out requiring scenery or other prep- aration. They may le called "table charades" because most of them reed only the ordinary things to be found in any dining room. Tie a bit of ribbon in a bow to a table knife. The answer is "A gay blade." The dinner bell with the tame bit of ribbon attached to it represents the "Belle of the room." Lay a coin on the table and a fork or two on top of -it. The group signi- fies "Forking over the cash." The cayenne popper castor placed along- side of n saltcellar represents "A hot seller" (cellar). The vinegar cruet by the side of a bunch of grapes of course means "Sour grapes." Spoons placed on each side of a pair of anything such as nap- kin rings knives or forks repre- sent "A spooning pair." A match and two bowls in line of course fdiow "A match at bowls." Two matches alongside of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 17 March 1905

Gatiyoti City News CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 171905. NO.l VOL IX. A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT--A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. How Thomas Held Nashville A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY December Copyright I'JOl ly O. L. Kilmer THE battle of Nashville was not ended with the capture of Shy's hill by Thomas' troops oa Dec. 10. for that event de- stroyed the Confederate left only. The Confederate coiuinunder Geueral J. B. Llood had planted his line to defend Shy's hill on the left und Overtoil's hill where tho right of his army rest- ed lit the position taken up during the night. General Thomas had been so fur Katlslled with the results of the lighting on tho loth by which the Con- federates were driven back at nil points Unit he made no new disposition of his troops but dectded to let them complete the work so well begun the first day. After tho fall of Shy's hall nud the destruction of the enemy's left Thomas turned his mind toward n flunking movement to be made by General J. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 17 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 17 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Kvery' Friday tfrr"arr5 stringfellow-hume hdw. co. erc'rf lly OKO. A. HK.YNDOX F.ntf'rd at PoKtoffire at Canyon City a SreonilCln Matter. Olflfc of Publication. West Kvflyn Street. t rUKWlTUKtl. r j A fine line of it and at prices that will astonish youlook it over before buying. t z w TTn1TnN TmwlAnAMi... 3 n i s n ti l'nMTH wnt out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time pnlil for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Tear.... SI. 00 Six months 50 "With this issue The News formerly known as "The Stay- er "starts out upon its ninth year of service as a newspaper on the Plains. Seven years of this period has been put in at its present home Canyon City and two of these under its present management. Since coming into possession of the property some two years ago the present owner has con- tinually added to its capacity in the way of new material un- til todajr there are but two offices on the Plains that sur- pass The Canyon C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 17 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 17 1905. THE EMERSON DISC PLOWS Is the most successful Disc Plow on the market for light draft easy to adjust and operate can be made a single dou- ble or a triple disc all in the same plow discs can be set at any angle so as to take the land in any condition. Can turn to the right as well as to the left. All bearings dust proof Spring lift levers. These are only a few of the many merits of this wonderful Disc Plow. Come in and let us show it to you. We Handle The Genuine Maitlnnd the Genuine McAIester Rugby "Niggerhead" and Piedmont Smith- ing 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 quali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 17 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 17 1905. A COMPLETE CURE. Th Story of the Girl Who Ran Away From Home. "I rnn away once" began the young woman in the rocker to some afternoon callers. ''It was when I was eight. I was a terrible child and as there were six others my mother had no time to reason with me. Anyhow I didn't deserve to be reasoned with this time for I had walked deliberately over the lace curtains which were pinned out on the floor to dry. I believed I was pretending I was Mary queen of ocots or some one equally above caring for lace curtains. "As I had been reproved for doing the same trick before I was whip- ped for it this time. It hurt my dig- nity and I went upstairs and made a bundle of my best gown. Down- stairs 1 hunted for a string and when mother inquired what I was doing I said I couldn't seem to get along with her and was going away from home. "I had a wise mother. She made no remonstrance. She merely said she hoped I'd find a place to suit me and helped me tie up my dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 March 1905

Citv VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 241905. NO. 2 A YERY GOOD INVESTMENTS HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. Canyon News Sherman's Coup at Savannah A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORV December 13 1864 Copyright VM by O. L. Kilmer. AT Nashville Doc. 15 mid 16. 1NU4. Thomas gave the Con- federates In the west their Waterloo. The scene was within 140 miles from the old battle- field of Mill .Springs where three years before he had inflicted upon them a Hull Uun disaster. Thomas' victory ut Mill Springs. Ky.. Jan. 11). 1S02. was the first clean and decisive Federal tri- umph of the war. Nashville wiped out for good a Confederate army which for lou days In-front of Atlanta had bullied Sherman with his Immense col- umns of battalions and squadrons. Only In these two battles did Thomas wield the supreme command. Both were fought to a llnish and what was more a tiling rare In this war In both eases the enemy was thoroughly routed and his active capacities destroyed. Hood's army was a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 24 1905. CANYON CITY N I ) WSJ r"T r""M" STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. T- I'lililisln'il Kvi-rv Friday IT liy GKO. A. HKANDON Kntrri'il nt PoMnfticr at Canyon City as Second-Cln Matter. Oftlr ( I'll M nation t I'.vetrn Strwt 1 EL I A fine line of it and at prices that will astonish you--look it over before buying PajHTK wnt out of the county j promptly iscon tinned at expiration j I 7 ..9 FURN U SUBSCRIPTION. ('Vt Year $100 S7'x monlhs THE RIGHT SORT. The News of last week asserted that there was good money in rais- j ing the "right sort of a feeder." j Not only is this the case now but! it has always been so quality and! not quantity commands top prices j To achieve success along this line it is necessary to begin riht. To do this it is essential that we i ;ret as far away from the scrub as possible. Pure breeds - are the5 best but if these are beyond reach! by all means go as far as you can; - - J - U - -U 1 . i jus uiein. .wuui (.an ue uc- j comphshed by follo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 24 1905. - T0WlI5 COUMTYi i I'KKKO.NAI ANDOTIIKlt 0 0 'I'll AT CONCKKX OI K CITIZHXH. M. 1 1 I.KN Q 0 0000000O 00000000 Witherspoon & Gouyh Brent Taylor has fixed up and moved into the residence purchased by him from. Eli Dunlap. Jack Campbell's little girl Ve ma has been very sick for several days and is still poorly. If it's candy you want see Wilso- f or the best kind. iq tf Miss Janette Blackburn of Ama rulo spent a part of last and this week in town the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Faulkner. Miss Lewis of Coleman City was the guest of Mrs. Faulkner a few days last week returning to her home Sunday. If you want anything in the dair.y line 'phone Prichard phone No. 63 2 rings. I. L. Hunt of the Canyon City Supply Co. has arrived and moved into the house recently vacated by Brent C. Taylor. Saturday !oe Foster sold to his brother K. E. Foster a half sec- tion of land twelve miles south of town for $1120. J. H. Dunbar k ft Sunday even ing for Dallas to vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 24 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 24 1905. Itowns county! l'KliSOVAl- AM) UTHKIi M.TTKI!S THAT tON T.HN K HTIZKNH. l'alo Duro Club. An organization with the above name was brought into heini at Amarillo Monday. It will he incor- porated with a capital stock of $20000. The shares are put at $200 each and no member is allowed to be the owner of more than one All or nearly all of the stock is al- ready subscribed for. One fourth is paid down balance in i 2 and years. The purpose is huntinc Ilshiny and other outdoor pleasures of club life. To partially carry out this object a preserve of four sections has al- ready ben purchased in the Block pasture. The land bought lays east and north of the old headquar- ter section and covers about three miles (f the Palo Duro Creek includ- ing the Barrel Springs. The price paid was 5 per acre. Among the directors of the club are Will Boyce W. H. Fuqua L. T. Lester Tom Curry and D. W. Owens. In this club Canyon City is rep- resented by nine members to-wit: L. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 March 1905

Oitv New anyon VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MARCH 311905. NO. 3 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. Sherman's Goup at Savannah A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY "WAR STORY Dtcmbr 13 I8&4 Copyright 1304 by O. L. Kilmer. SHERMAN'S march to the sea came to an end early in De- cember 1W54 and the Brat; problem to settle was the estab lishment of a base on the coast to sus- taln his army. Savannah was the most suitable port but was in the hands of the Confederates. General W. J. Hardee held the city with a force of 1S.000 men. The Confederates Tvere not cert u in as to Sherman's plans or movements after he reached the coast but assumed that he would turn northward and strike the rear of Lee on James river. For this reason it was decided not to make a stubborn fight to hold Savannah In ?ase he should surround It. but that Hardee should withdraw his troops and unite them with other Confederate forces in the Caroliuas to dispute Sherman's march northward. The city of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 31 1905. CANYON CITY NKWS.jO STRINGFELLOW-HUIViE HDW. CO. .rrTT Pulili-lx-1 Kv. ry Kri.1 ; j FURNITURE. j A fine line of it and at prices that will astd.sh youlook it over before buying. itv C.KO. A. UK AXUOX liiuifil M I'rotnfticf M rnyii City. SccimhI ( In-. MmIKt. OBit i( rnl'liatiit. Wei Kljn Sfrert 1'iipiTS Vi nt out of tin i nuntv promptly (lUcontinuril at expiration of 1 inn paid for. SUHSC-Kil'TlON. i-ff Yar .0f t t Six months - ' CORRECT TREATMENT. Hv the term --correct treat ment" referred to in The News I article lat week in dealing; with 'the cattle business i-j meant that care which orinus' i the best results in cold cash. The verv same rule applies to tliis line of business as anv t fhe! ai-j any other. The merchant i would succeed must not rely together upon his own individual tastes and inclinations;. hut upon the v;int and demands o". the market he catrrs to. and so with the tman who deals in cattle he must connlt the m.ir ket or be the los r....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 31 1905. fTOWNtf county! p p I'KUMOXAI. AMI OTH Kit .M ATTIC US 2 THAT CONTHKN Oi l! (ITIZIOXH. 999999 99999999 All Fools day to-morrow. Spring is spreading her green carpet all over the country. Friday April 7th. At Canyon City Supply Co. Judge Lair and Judge Buie each had a prospector "out" Monday. A little blow Mondayalmost the first this year. Jim Coffee is having his residence painted. J. M. Renshaw is wield- ing the brush. K. V. O'Keefe is adding another room and portico to his already nice roomy residence on the hill. loe Service is the carpenter. Witherspoon & Gough. Lee Vansant has moved back to the ranch his tenant having left and matters there requiring his at- tention. On Friday April 7 we invite everybody. CANYON CITY SUPPLY CO. J. I. Williams our new barber left Wednesday morning on a sight- seeing and prospecting trip to Por- tales and other points West. W. F. Taylor failed to get the Wise county land and so the deal between him and Geo. Lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 31 March 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS MARCH 31 1905. 1 Itown 5 county! 9 J PKHKOVAl. AMI OTH KH MATTKHS TM AT t'ONCKIIX OI K CTTIZTXK. Theological Coin incut. Sunday March iq at the Chris- tian church tlder Jesse B. Hasten took the position that according to the Scriptures every protessor of Christianity should set aside at least one-tenth of his income for the Lord's work. Almost precisely the same grounds were taken by Presiding Elder J. M. Sherman in his two sermons at the Methodist church Sunday. Rev. J. D. Bal lard has also given expression to the same views at the Baptist church. In the humble opinion of The News there is nothing- at all re- markable in this coincidence or consense of opinion that would tend to make it "peculiar to the pulpit of Canyon City" as a friend ex- pressed it. There is abundant Scripture to support the proposition in fact we may say prove it and if it be taken to mean and cover all acts of charity not compulsory one tenth of a person's income is surely not above 4a reason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 April 1905

Jl Jl 4 VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905. NO. A VKKV GOOD IXVKST.MKXT- A HOME IX raxdall COUNTY. Y R P. 0 mmm s iv A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY Ms-rch IConvritrht. !. IA L. Kilmer. IIE bravest deed of individual valor tli.it came to my notice during tin.' whole wnr" said tln late Conoral Henry W. Sloor.m. "was perf rmed by a soldier lu tin; ranks. It wis at Ponton villo. N. C. tin" last battle of Sherman's nrniy. fought on tin? luth of March. ISO.".. "On the march through tho Carollnas fr'iin Savannah toward "Joldsboro I commanded tie lf t wing of Sherman's nrniy and ' oral Howard tin right. Wo traveled upon roads many miles apart. Tl.at was the stage of tlio great march which was to unite ti e army of the west with tl.at of tic cast in front of Uiohmoud. That union of tin- forces once effected tho ''onfo dorr.oy would bo doomed on tic l.'th of March wo brushed Ceiioval Hardee's Confederates out of Avi-rvsliofo after a lively skir- mish and Sherman was o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS APRIL 7 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. IMiMMuhI Every Friday iiTrtT-rtT STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. Hv CEO. A. BKAXDOX t fUKW TUKfi Kntfred M PortntHrr t Canyon City an Scond-ClaK Matter. Otllp of Pnblirjttion. West Evelyn Mreet A fine line of it and at prices that will astonish you look it over before buying. l'HjH'rs stnt out of the ootmty promptly discontinued at expirntios of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SIM Six months 50 FIRST CONDITIONS. First or basic conditions are tbe things that should require first attention in any line of bus- iness. Applying1 this very es sential rule to the raising of stock we desire tirst of all to get a good foundation and thus begin right. "All flesh is grass" saitb Holy writ and so grass water soil and climatic conditions are properly speak- ing the right foundation upon which to build. Running back to the days of the patriarch Abraham who grazed bis herds upon the rich grasses of the plains of Syria the open plateaus or high leve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 April 1905

: - - ' ' ' ' ' ...'I i CANYON CITY NEWS APRIL 7 1905. fTOWN 5 county! e PEItHONAI. AM) OTIIICIt MATTKKH THAT COM'EKN OI K (ITIZKXH. ( Witherspoon & Gouh. Wet again all ovr town Tues- day. Saturday night a'n-w baby boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Oldham. Remember tbe Millinery Open ing on 7th and 8th. CANYON MEK. CO. The rains of the past few days have been general over West Tex- as. W. E. Laughery has rented and moved into the A. E. Brown house formerly occupied by W. W. Mer rill. If it's candy you want see Wilso- fur the best kind. lq tf Another soaking rain fell in Ran- dall county Monday night and the ground is now full of moisture. Our farmers would be thankful for a few sunshiny days dry ones of course. Mrs Dougherty will this week move into the old Presbyterian par- sonage north of T. C. Thompson's where she will teach a Kindergar- ten. Mrs. Oscar Hunt has been among the few in town on the sick- list the past week. .' If you want anything in the dairy line 'pho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 7 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS APRIL 7 1905. 1T0WN 3 COUNTY: i ...... . . i. .iTiiru niTTi uk I that oiM Kuv n k nrm:s. t Read the report of the meeting which has to do with the future of the Canyon City Board of Trade. The News (ftke is now "fixed" .md capable of taking care of a vreat deal more business than it rt-ceives. Mrs. Walter Cobb and children amein this week on a vis:t to relatives here and at Tulia. .Vu. Mattie Reed of Pulaski.!1 i ennessee is vimng at ner rroin-1 ... ti J. W. Keed . Chas. Thomas returned Wed- nrSdav Kansas. from a trip to Liberal R. B. Redfearn is having a new fence put about his residence. Oar prices on Millinery or n u-hn in town- CANYON MEK. CO. j W T. Moreland has recently ! L; d: .: . ! 'ju reiiv'ii i.e.n i ii..iui ii oi ive dollars per acre. Free new subscribers since last '-ue. The News is growing nice- ly in this respect. w u nn.v nr-re in.bt- rd to its friend W. F. Heller for a i bucket full of nice large and per-! lectly sound beets. j There will be no ropi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 April 1905

Oenyoi N ew VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAYAPRIL 141905. NO. 5 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT--A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. t Over The Wire Hello Central! Give me 000 please. Hello Jack! that you? I thought while nooning I would chat you a little. I guess it will not interfere with business over the line. Weil Jack bow is everything up there? Yes I believe spring has come at last and not a day too soon for me. You know how much feed I bad when you was up here Christ- mas? Well old pide has got on the outside of the last bit of it. Yes she has gone to grass in good shape. I think the pros- pects for early beef is good. Say I have just been looking over the Canyon News and I see a glowing account of your lo- cality under the captain of "Tassie." Say Jack old boy can you give me a little inside hint as to who that is? That name bothers me. Ycu know about the extent of my timidity so you can just say that Uncle Dan went into a semi-torpid state right away after Christmas and is just n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 14 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS APRIL 14 1905. ''tit i 4 ' CANYON CITY NEWS. ruiilfcht'd Hvery Friday lly GEO. A. 11 KAN DON t.utrrrd at Poitm- lit Canyon City. as -cond01a Matter. Offlr of 1'ulilirMlion. Wt Kvrlj a StreM Pajt'r w-nt out tf the county promptly diicontinm-tl at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six monihs 0 HE AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS. In this age of progress in every calling of life from the mud-sills up no man can follow the ways and methods of his father's and win success. Primitive implements and ways will not now answer for the requirements of today The time for merely "tickling" the earth at seed time without prior thorough preparation of theground has now but little standing room on the plane of successful farming All the children of men must subsist on the products of the ground and as consumption in- creases with the growing number of mouths to fill the earth remain- ing the same in area it becomes necessary to hit upon plans to develop and increase he...

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