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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 14 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 14, 1905. TOWN S COUNTY! - 4 I'KltHONAI, AND OTHKlt MATTKKS THAT COXCEKX Ol'it CITIZUXH. 00000 00000000 Witherspoon & Gough. Jim Burrow and wife of Amarillo, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burrow Sunday. If you want anything in the dairy line 'phone Prichard phone No. 63, 2 rings. Mrs. Craig, of Chillicothie, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Barrett, returned home Friday evening. Jack Cavett returned Monday from his soft snap on the Fed eral jury at Fort Worth. . T. B. Ketner had L. W. Elliott to finish up his home iast week, adding some porches to it. Thomas Bros., are putting in wagon scales. They are going to add coal to their furniture business. A wish has been expressed in the hearing of a News reporter that John Turner would- call another dog killing. Wood Parker from near Tulia, returned Sunday to school duties at the Amarillo Academy. Charlie Thomas tackled the grip Saturday, but the doctor had him about town Monday ap parently as good as ever. H...

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. — 14 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 14, 1905. ITOWN & COUNTY: VKKKONAl, AMI OTHKK MATTF.ICH 2 2 THAT ttlM'KKS OfH I1TIIKSH. ' Kail road "Something Dolus:.' Canyon City has a citizen that knows the road is j.ring to be built and that it is cmimr from Brown jrood. This, at lrat the information contained in a special to the Friday Dalla News. The correspondent of the News (Dallas) writing from Brown wood, say: "A party just back from Canyon City stated today that while there the subject of the Santa Fe building from that place to Brownwood was under discus sion and that the people of Can yon and Amarillo feel sure the road will be built trom that place to Brownwood. In con versation with a certain influen tial business man of Canyou City about the matter he stated he knew the road would be built and that it would be frm Brown wood." It's going, you bet! Aside from this it is now tated upon good authority that the contract from Texico West has been lrt." I KEPOUT DENIED The Amarillo Herald of T...

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. — 21 April 1905

Canyon City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL, 21,1905. NO. 6 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. THE CAPTURE February Copyright, 1905. by O. U Kilmer. W 'ILMIXGTON, N. C., the laat port of the Confederacy to fie closed against blockade runners, fell Feb. 22, 1SG3, as a sequel to the Federal capture of Fort Fisher on Jan. lo. P.efore the col lapse of Fort Fisher, the grim sentry at the mouth of Cape Fear river, Gen eral Schofleld had been ordered to bring the Twenty-third army corps from Tennessee to North Carolina with a view to securing a base for .Sherman, who was to inarch northward through the Carolinas. After the fall of Fort Fisher WII mlngton's defense rested with Fort An derson, on the west bank of Cape Fear river, and a force of ('en federates, led by General Hoke, posted on the east bank l.elow the city. Uniting the vic tors at Fort Fisher, under General Ter ry, with his owu men from the west, Schofleld attempted to march up the east ba...

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. — 21 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 21, 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. I'iiMInIkh Kvry FrMay gtfOTMXtf STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. OtffKg TT-V XT V TT"T T V T7 THAI T7 V XTK V Hy GEO. A. HKANDOX, Kntrred t l'olfflre at Canyon Cit.v, a Semnd-Clawi Mattrr. Offlre of Publication, t Evelyn Street Phjmtm writ out f the county lriinjitly 1lcontIniietl t expiration of time pa ill for. SUBSCRIPTION. ("ft Year S.00 Six monies () Ol'R FARMING FUTURE- As outlined in past issues of The News, a fertile soil, favora ble climatic conditions and suffi cient mointure are basic condi tions for successful farming operations. No two of them will answer, but given all three and the intelligently guided hand of man can do the rest. When a man has settled him self in a country for better or worse, as is the case with many of us who have chosen the Plains for a permanent abiding place,. it is always best for his financial welfare to adapt himself to these basic conditions and be' govern ed thereby. A bout two of these conditi...

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. — 21 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 21, 1905. CANYON HARDWARE CO. Successors to Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co. The John Deere Planters are among the best made, and mater- ial considered, the cheapest you can buy. WE ALSO CARRY: AH kinds of Farm Implements and machinery, Wagons, Buggies, Saddlery and Harness, etc. The justly celebrated STAR and STANDARD Windmills with all necessary piping and fittings. Our general stock of shelf hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tin ware, Stoves etc., is well selected and complete. Of course, we have wire and nails--in fact everything else found in an up-to-date Hard ware store. Get our PRICES and you will buy of us. CANYON HARDWARE CO. FIXED. TO furnish you with all kinds of building materialalso fence posts. Figure with us before buyingwe ask no more. CANYON LUMBER CO. CANYON CITY, TEXAS. THE FIRST NATL BANK (Successor to Stockmens National Bank.) $85,000.00 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OFFICERS. L. T. Lester President. John Hutson Vice-Pkks. DIRECTORS. L. T. Lest...

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. — 21 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 21, 1905. jTOWN 5 COUNTY: l'KHKONAI. AMI OTH Kit MATTiCKS THAT COM EKN iK R C1TIZKXK. Good Friday today RAILROAD NOTES. A Chicago special to the Dal las News under date of April 12, gives the following: "Official announcement was made today that the. manage ment of the Santa Fe bad decid ed to build a 110,000,000 cut-off to the Pacific Coast, with a view of getting rid of the mouu tain passes which are encounter ed in transcontinental travel. "Orders have been given for the purchase of all the material necessary, and work will be be gun within thirty days, which will be as soon as the material can be placed upon the ground. The work will be pushed to completion rapidly, and the new transcontinental low-grade line will be ready tor opening with in one year, or fifteen mouths at the outside. "The western end of the cut off will be at Belen, X. M., twenty seven miles south of Al buquerque, on the El Paso line, and the eastern end will be at Texico, -50 miles awa...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 28 April 1905

Cany on City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL, 28, 1905. NO. 7 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. The Reunion begins on July n instead of the 18th. State Banks. The State bank act authorized by theconstitutional amendment of last fall and passed by the present legislature may be sum med up as follows The corporation must be com posed of five or more persons, and the corporate name shall in clude the name of the town and the word "bank" or "banking." The stock must all be paid in. Loans may be made upon per sonal property or real estate, provided that not more than 50 per cent of capital is loaned up on real estate or at more than no per cent cash value, no branch banks allowed. Capital stock not less than 10,000 in towns of less than 2, 500 population. No Easter services anywhere in town Sunday. It "sot" in to rain Saturday evening and with a slight pause now and then, as if to gather force, it rained until Monday. It was beyond doubt a seriou...

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. — 28 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 28, 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. PultlihlH'il Kvery Kri.lay llv GEO. A. UK AN DON, Kntrred t rotlttrr Canyon City. a Smmil-l'lHw Matter. Oltirr of PuMimtiou, Wt Krrlvn Street I'rtjHTK wnt out of tin' county promptly riiscuntinut-ri nt expiration of time jmiil for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months rt( SPOT 'EM. Governor Linham re convened the Legislature in special ses sion for the express and only purpose ot increasing the ad valorem tax so that it will satis fy the debts againt and meet the current expenses of the State government. In his mes sage, brief and to the point, he urges that this tax be raised to 5 cents on the $100 for this year and 20 cents thereafter. On this matter, and this alore, has tde Legislature authority of law for action and it passes the un derstanding of any informed and reasonable citizm just why it will persist in dodging the isue and frittering away its time at the expene of a people it has already outraged in the violation ol s...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 28 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 28, 1905. ITOWN & county! - PEHNOXAI. AND OTHER MATTKU8 ' THAT CONCERN OCR CITIZENS. TRUSTEE ELECTION. The terms of four of the mem bers of the Canyon City Independ ent school district board expired April ii. To replace these gentle men an election is to be held at the Court House, Saturday, May 6. The outgoing trustees are L. T. Lester, B. Frank Buie, R. W. O'Keefe and A. E. Upfold; all good men and each of them has done faithful service on the school board and our citizens, perhaps, could not do better than return them. To the present board of trustees the town owes,-in a larije measure, our magnificient school building, no little undertaking either, for any executive body to carry through successfully. Again, we owe to the gentlemen composing the pres ent board, much for the success of the present term of school, admitted ly by consensus of public opinion, one of the best in the history of the town. To carry on this good work so well begun and so effic...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 28 April 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, APRIL 28," 1905. :T0WM 5 COUNTY: I'KltHOVAI. AMiltTHKK MATTKIt 1 MAT o. ki; ' K rrri7.:xn. RAILROAL CliT-llFF-HIVISlUN The eastern terminus of the Santa Fe cut off from Bclen is to be "at Texico."' so ?ay the officials of the system. Trie di vision point is not a yet settled unless Amakillo has it as claimed by the Herald last Friday. The article in the Amarillo paper reads as follow: OQe of the most important le velopmcnts ot the ween is that which i cenured around toe .summer plans of the santa Fe system. It has te n known lor a long time that the road intended building a cut-off from some point on the Pecos Valley road to lieltn, making this the main line in continental trade to be lollowed bya line to the Gulf, also Irom some point between here and Fortaies, this latter to be built later. "Yesterday it was learned that the contracts are being made covering these improve ments, including the cut-off, which is to be from Texico, a Dew bridge across the Canadian, ...

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. — 5 May 1905

Canyon City New I VOL IX. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY, 5, 1905. NO. 8 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT" A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. V s HOLDING THE LIGHTHOUSE Copyright, 1904. by T. C. McClure. As a sergeant in u Fedora 1 infuntry regiment I had been detailed to take charge of n lighthouse on the North Carolina coast, and one evening during the last year of the war I was driven inside by seven Confederates, who had landed from a sloop near by and whose mission was to destroy the light. 1 was well provided with arms and am munition, and as they came within shooting distance I opened fire and wounded one of them. All of them at once moved to the left to get out of range, and live minutes later there was a demand that I surrender. In case of refusal they would burn me out. As the lower door was a stout one and loophnled for musketry and as there was no drift stuff within a mile of us to make a lire, I was not greatly worried over the appearance of the men and their threats. I made...

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. — 5 May 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY. 5, 1905. CANYON CITY NEWS. (ft rul.lMi.'d KvtT.v Friday A Hy Gi:0. A. HKANDON, Kntprfil nt l'oti(tto at Canyon City. ft j Second-Omit Mutlcr. Oilier of rnlflii'Htioti. g iV I'nixTK w nt out i f the rminty j i promptly discontinued fit expiration ! 1 of time paid for. j w ! A SUBSCRIPTION. ! 1" One Year S1.0o Six months 10 STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW.CO. SADDLERY. A TIMELY TRUTH. If in need of a Saddle.no mat ter what style, we can fit you up--the price will be right, you will say so yourself. Harness--Wflgon or Buggy, double or single, and all sizes and finishes-It's made right here in Canyon City by expert workmen in our own shop. Re pairing also done. , Call around. SPECIAL! TO CLOSE OUT-- Some Wagons, Buggies and Windmills, and at prices that will "knock you off the Christ mas Tree." Come! See! Price! and you will purchase. Just try it. tt FURNITURE. 9 A fine lot of it and purchased so that we can sell at very close a fierures. Also 7 UNDERTAKERS' J Goods of all ...

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. — 5 May 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY, 5, 1905. frowN 3 county! I'KHHONA I. ANDOTHKK MATTKIW THAT CO.WKKX OVll (TTIZKXS. Commencement sermon at the Christian church Sunday. Trustee election at the Court House Saturday. Land buying fever is fairly on here. Several deals are being talked of and some of them are on the verge of closing. The best Bakers' light bread at Wilson's. Fresh and good. ictf T. E. Baird is still in the dairy business when in need of butter sweet or sour milk 'phone him. Randall county has now had the rain it needs until June. al There is talk of another livery stable in town. If you want any extra copies of next issue of The News put your order in early. W. R. Farr who has been enjoy in" rancn lire lor sometime was knocking about town on the first. Rev. T. W. Sharp is now em ployed on tne pnone line going South. Everybody in the country busy between rains and very little com ing to town this week. If you want anything in the dairy line 'plvMie Prichard phone No. 63, 2 rings. Wi...

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. — 5 May 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY. 5, 1905. iTOWNSCOUNTYilSACKlrlCb SALE ft ! i .- . , PKKKOVAl. AMIOTHKI! MATTKKN a j 1 ft THAT COMT.KN CM'K (ITI7.KNS. ft ; j MORE RAILROAD TALK, j The Quanah Tribune-Chief says I hat the Fkisco is Coming "C. G. Jones, erstwhile pro moter of the Oklahoma & West ern railroad, arrived here Sun day morning. Mr. Jones while here made no secret of the fact that con struction work on the Frisco will soon beyin on a 20U mile extension west of Quanah. 'It was the inteutiou of Mr. Jones and bis friends to make a ! buggy trip along the proposed! route, but the muddy roads, and ! Pease river and tiie Wichita I being all up, made them post pone their trip. "Their objective point in New Mexico the Tribune Chief lailed to learn, but a it is a certainty that the new route will touch Hale Center upon the plain, it is safe to say they are bound fur either Tt-xico or Kosvvell. "It will be recalled that Pres ident Yoakum two years ay;oj publiclv stated that the Frisco was to ...

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. — 12 May 1905

Canyon City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1905. NO. 9 A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT-A HOME IX RANDALL COUNTY. Fire Destroys liiirns. At about fifteen minutes to lour Wednesday evening, tire was discovered getting in its destructive work on the barns of Jack Cavett and Charlie Hurrow. In less time than it takes to tell the story almost every man and boy in town was there and every available effort was directed toward protecting the adjacent buildings. As the wind was blowing a gale directly from the dangerously near con. llagration to Mr. Burrow's hand .soiiie residence this was no small matter, but when it seemed that all hope was gone and al most ail of Mr. Burrow's house hold effects had been carried out to safety, the tire was, by heroic effort on the part of some deter mined men checked and the build ing saved. Had the Burrow's home gone others would have followed and the loss would have been great. As it is the actual loss i the value of the two barns, t...

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. — 12 May 1905

CANYON -GIT Y NEWS, MAY 12, 1905. 0 CANYON CITY NEWS. rtiMixtiixl Kvery KrMny Ily GEO. A. BRANDON, Kntrrrd at Potl!Jr M Cmnj-oh City. Sernd-CI Matter. OIHw .f rnbliration. ( v t Kvrlya Stiwt Palter w-nt out f the county promptly 4tWntlnii-l nl expiration of time paid to SUBSCRIPTION. (nt Year,.,. $1.00 Six nwnihs . . JO A GOOD PROPOSITION. As The News has frequently said the future of trie Plains country depends largely upon Its agricultural possibilities. One of the problems heretofore, and now to some extent, present ing itself for solution to the farmer has been what to do with his grain after he raistd it. In saying farmer here. The News means the farmer strictly; the hundred or hundred and sixty acre man. Kaffir corn and maize are standard crops h-re, they have always done well and the only question to the raiser has been how to get them in shape as a staple crop one that is on a par with theirco equalin tetd ing value, Indian coru. Dealing with this question the Hereford Brand...

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. — 12 May 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY 12, 1905. jTOWN i COUNTY: PRKHONAh AND OTHER MATTKUH THAT COXCRRX OL'R CIT1ZRN8. I THE TRUSTEE ELECTION. The total vote cast at the election Saturday was 313, every member of the old Board being- returned by handsome majorities. It was not so much a question of men as of measures. Those de feated, candidates-only from the fact that their names, were printed on the tickets, were just as good men as were those elected. The public simply wanted to express its approbation and give its indorse ment to the actions of the old Board; it wanted to say to it "well done good and faithful servants," and it did so in a very substantial manner at the polls Saturday. This is all there is to it, no more, no less, and all good citizens will say amen! D. N. Redburn has two good iron bound barrels for sale. The Canyon City board of school trustees remains intact the four members whose terms had expired, L. T. Lester, R. W. O'Keefe, B. Frank Buie and E. A. Upfold, all being" re-el...

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. — 12 May 1905

V CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY 12, 1905. fTQWNS COUNTY L G. CONNER, i SACRIFICE SALE U ri:i:.-i ai. AMin riii i; m tti:i: 0 'I hat -on'-:i; i k cirizttvs. . Commissioner' Court Convened in regular session Vum iJ.iy an J held three days. A mon ths business transactions was the iirantinr: of two petitions t r second class roads an.l an order f-r thr opt-nm of u:"ie first cla-s road as follows: First, a second class road hcc,i: ninn at the N. E. cor. of the Roach land, sect ;S. thence east miks to S. H cor Charley '.Vol tin section, thence North to Amariilo. Secon.i, ht-i'iniiu at S W. cor J A. Tan- section, thence N. 2 miles lo cor. NeeCe sect '..!'.", thence i nile; thence N. I mile; then re V. I n.;le t . S h cor. No 21: thence W 2 miles t fi 'K rn.ro school house; ther.ee W. f county hne. The 1 1 rs T c! iss road ordered Y1"1" ed begins a: the brieve east of town on the I erra Bian'co and runs hast about two and two-tmrd miles to t-ast hne of sect, no; thence 6. to S H. cor. of No. o'o. O...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 19 May 1905

City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY, RANDALL CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1905. NO. 10 A VERY GOOD IN VESTMENT-A HOME IN RANDALL COUNTY. m tariy s A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY MiLrch Copyright, by O. L. Kilmer. FTl'.i; Sl.eridan's defeat of the Confederates in the Shenan doah valley led by General .Tu bal I'arly, Grant revived the plan to have t In principal force of Fed erals in t!i::'t region transferred to Pe tersburg to take part In the siege oper ations there. In Iiccembcr General Robert K. Lee recalled from Karly's command tlie entire Second Confeder ate corps, and Grant ordered the Sixth Federal cwps to j in him on the James. At (he Isryrin ;i in? of 1S(',." Sheridan had with him i:i I he valley 'aie division of the Ninel'-eiit!) infantry corps and 10, Oiii) sabers. The cavalry was led hy General Wesley Merritt. with General Custer and General Ievin command ing divisions of .",(!(:() men each. Attempts had heen made in Decem ber. 1NC1, hy Sheridan to carry out Grant's wish that h...

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. — 19 May 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS, MAY 19, 1905. CANYON CITY NKWS. I'lihlUli.-.l r.v.Ty Kri.Rv Hy OKO. A. IJK.VNlON, Kn1rr-1 tit ltoltici t Can.vnn City, H Swiul-l'U VatW-r. Oilier t I'uMirution, t K.v'lvn Strr't Tmimts s lit out f tin I'o'iint promptly 'licntiini il tit expinitioh uf time paid for. sriiSClilPTlON. ' t YtuT Six monlhs SHEEP HO WELL. S1.0( i y I r0ff STRING FELLOW-HUME HDW. CO. 4TffTSrw 1 SADDLERY. If in need of a Saddle, no mat ter what style, we can fit you upthe price will be right, you will say so yourself. HarnessWntcon or Buggy, double or single, and all sizes and finishesIt's made right here in Canyon City by expert workmen in our own shop. Re pairing alsodone. Call around. SPECIAL! TO CLOSE OUT-- Some Wagons, Buggies and Windmills, and at prices that will "knock vou off the Christ mas Tree." Come! See! Price! and you will purchase. Just try it. FURNITURE. y 9 A fine lot of it and purchased J so that we can sell at very close figures. Also UNDERTAKERS' Goods of all kinds. No m...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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