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

CANYON CITY NEWS. PECEMBER 1. 905. THE TEXAS PANHANDLE. THE II EST. PART OF IT The Central Plains. The Texas Panhandle and especially that portion of it known as the Plains fs now at- tracting world wide attention. Imagine a gently rolling prairie some two hundred miles either way and almost without a break with no rocks chalky places or bad spots but all tine land and you baye before you what is called here the Plains Country. The soil is what would be termed a black sandy loam; in some places for several miles perhaps it is black and sticky (called tight) and in otOer places tree owing to its proportion of sand but all ot it is very fertile. At present all of this country the Plains except where in cultivation is covered with a close turf of mesquite grass making the finest pasturage in the world summer and winter and only equaled in nutritious value by the celebrated grazing grounds of Australia. It is very difficult for the people of the North and East and even for some of our S...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 1 905. P U if?- AT THE EAR n n trp V L ffl ia THE CASH IHHSK CAPON MERCANTILE CO .THE CASH HOUSE ALL OUGH ECEMBER 1 1 1. l! MtlftU. V Beginning: Friday December first 1905 we will put our entire stock of Merchandise on the market at greatly REDUCED PRlCESmuch below the real value. The selling price will be plainly marked on each article and one price will be the rule all the way through. Recember OUR ENTIRE STOCK one of the largest on the Plains will be put into this sale and that the greatly reduced prices will be continued throughout the month of Demember. Come early if possible but come late rather than not at all as we are sure to have something to interest you anyway. A few prices only are given but these should be sufficient to show you howt hings are going. Read them over: DRY GOODS Heavy Brown Cotton Flannel S'-cts Good Quality Heavy Outing S.'cts Heavy Sea Island Domestic 7 cts Best Percales on the Market 8 . cts Good Percales 6 'a cts Saxony yarn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 1. 1905. IMS . ;! CANYON HARDWARE CO. J. C. PIPKIN. K. (i. OLDHAM. Successors to Canyon City Hardware &: drain Co. THE NEW RAILROAD IS VERY UNCERTAIN THE NEW MOLINE WAGON IS SURE AND CERTAIN. We Want to Figure Your Bills. CANYON LUMBER CO. CANYON CITY TEXAS. TOWN 5 COUNTY ft I'ICItHONAI. A.M OTHKU M ATTIC US 9 that :on-i:k. m ic uti.is. $ Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets E'encils Pens. Ink etc. County Clerk Tate is having Tom Cochran canvas and paper some of his rooms. Don't fail to see that five and ten cent "Racket Counter" at Wilson's. Rather dull this week in town on account of the recent rains affect- ing the travel on the roads. Jake H. Harrison of Dallas father of J. and Claude Elarrison was in town this week. W. C. Baird wife and daughter. Miss Clara left Tuesday evening f r Kansas City. If you want to see your friends go to the Canyon City Supply Co. every body is there. Born To H. E. Key and wife Wednesday of last week another daughter. ...

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

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 1. 1905. Lest You Forget I? DlAJAAAAin EatablUhd lB&ft Paid in Capital .OOO.OO AnAAirLarLnjinnnnnn THE NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY GIVES A SATISFACTORY SELLING SERVICE. Write Us ! Chicago Wire Us! OFFICES. St. Louis Kansas City Ship Us! Ft. Worth ITOWN S COUNTY! . PKKSOVAt- AXHOTUKU M.TTKI(S ft THAT ClIM KliN l I: citizkxs. ft ft NEW ADVERTISING SCHEME. letter from ceta. A novel interesting and to the editor of The News an en- tirely new advertising scheme developed itself when upon opening a letter from General Passenger Agent A. A. Glisson of "The Denver Road" the con- tents of an envelope labeled Panhandle Seeds" was expos- ed to view. Thee contents consisted ot small bits of card board in various colors inches upon which under such (leadings as "success seed' 'cotton seed" "profit seed' etc are printed facts in smal doses or nuggets of wisdom con cerning the Panhandle country We give space to three of these seeds as follows: 'COTTON seed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

Rev J S Stockard- Canyon City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1905. NO. 39 4 J i i' J- J ! 1 I j j i i j J i I J i J 3 J j J J J J J -J A Forced Sale Having to give up my present business quarters by January 1st and not being able to secure another suitable place I have decided to sell my entire stock of Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods at FOR CASH ONLY F LAT COST F0SNcuAvSH SE r Rather than box them up. s These Goods are all new seasonable and were purchased before the rise in prices. Mind you this is no ordinary "Clearance Sale" or Cost on a few odds and ends and regular prices on other goods but ALL GO! : : Lock Stock and Barrel Store Fixtures included if you want them. This Sale is Now On - And will continue until January 1st if not sold before. You have never bought Goods cheaper than they will go in this SaleOther cost sales may be put onso-calledbut there are none that will compete with mine. Call by and be convinced. : : : : WALTER G. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 8. 1905. FLOOR COVERING ! LINOLEUMS--A good grade per square yard 60 cts. MATTINGS-Good quality at 25 cts and 35cts per yard. CARPETSAllwool Ingrain per yd 60cts Half-wool Carpets per yard 50 cts. ART SQUARES-Axminster 9 1 2 $26.50 Ingrain All-wool 9x12 $10.00 Granite cotton 9x12 55.00 THOMAS BROS f 3E as a: TOE OB era Profitable Foeillno;. Under "Baby Beef." "Protita- CANYON CITY NKWS. Published Every Friday Hy r.EO. A. lKAXmX ! ble Cattle " and similar head jiiicnti at rstoiiirp at Canyon t it. ;i mgs The News heretofore has Scc.uulCI;- Matter. Oftiop of I'ulilioat inn. ! i i .1 ...... u .. . J uau 111UK.11 ii auiJUl HUUl ill i feeding. It has contended f re- count vl . . A. 1 .. .1 : . 1 .1 promptly 'discontinued at expiration i lueilLI Priientiy mat -f time paid for. ! young stuff of the right kind j was decidedly the best to handle ! i paid the most money. Actual I ; tests have proven this tnany; Wpt Krrlj'ii Street Papers sent out of tlif SPBSCKIPTIO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

CANYON CITY. NEWS. DECEMBER 8. 1905. WILD DOGS OF INDIA. They Are Very Shy Very Cunning and Very Seldom Shot. Mrs. Nora Gardner describes an experience while hunting big game in the central provinces of India as follows: "We had been shooting for borne months and up to a certain date had had very good luck. Ti- gers and other beasts were all plenti- ful and our bag was a good one. Suddenly our luck changed. Blank day followed blank day not because we had missed easy shots or had to reproach ourselves for losing wound- ed boasts but simply that we had Keen nothing in the shape of a wild animal to shoot. Pachmark the bot weather station of these parts was just above us so my husband and I with a few servants and baggage soolios started to climb up the hill. He and I were riding a little in front when he drew my attention to a number of kites and vultures cir- cling in the air just ahead. Here this of course meant carrion or a dying bea!t of some kind and we sent on a svee' to see what...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

i nnp E! m r AT THE CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 8. 905. Q) THE CASH HOISE CANYON MERCANTILE CO. THE CASH HOI'SE ilk -- ALL THROUGH DECEMBER fr-f ESSES Beginning: Friday December first 1905 we will put our entire stock of Merchandise on the market at greatly REDUCED PRICESmuch below the real value. The selling price will be plainly marked on each article and one price will be the rule all the way through. Recember OUR ENTIRE STOCK one of the largest on the Plains will be put into this sale and that the greatly reduced prices will be continued throughout the month of Demember. Come early if possible but come late rather than not at all as we are sure to have something to interest you anyway. A few prices only are given but these should be sufficient to show you howt hings are going. Read them over: '"frails is! . i!JJS ;CtS :CtS CtS CtS ; CtS DRY GOODS Heavy Bros n Cotton Flannel 81 Gxd Quality Heaw Outing 8 Heavy Sea Island Domestic 7 Best Percales on the Market . . .8 Good Percales 6...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 8. 1905. 11 CANYON HARDWARE CO. J. C. PIl'KIN. K. O. OMMIAM. 1IM We Want to Figure Your Bills. CANYOFiOMBER CO. CANYON CITY TEXAS. 9 ITOWN 5 COUNTY q 1'ICItKOXAl. ANI OTHKU MATTKHH 9 THAT COXCKKX Ol It CTTIZKXH. P 0 00000000 00000000 All copies of The News sent out of the county are stopped at expira- tion of time paid for unless other- wise ordered. To subscribers in the county it is sent on with the date to which subscription is paid plainly printed after the name Kindly look at this date and if pos- sible pay up if behind. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils Pens. Ink etc. Howard Stephenson is at Portales where he has charge of the Burton- Lingo lumber yard. If you want to see your friends go to the Canyon City Supply Co. every body is there. J. B. Thomas is once more a resident of town occupying the Tom Foster house north of the railroad. J. E. Wansley has moved into his brothers' residence in the West end. Mr. Morrow who had it rent- ed movi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 8 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 8. 1905 ITOWN & COUNTY! J l'KKSOVAI. AMI OTHi:H MATTKIIN THAT COM KitN OIK ylTIZKXS. ITliUC ROADS. i U Next tiling to settlers for a country is public roads. And the time to secure these public road as The News has tune an:l again previously stated is before lands advance in price! and are fenced up in small hold ings. Wait until this is done i and then the trouble begins and j A lVacofiil End. there is usually lots of it. High ; damages are asked and some-: At Hotel Victoria Monday times'awarded and then there j morning between the hours of s ir .l nm.'K viiit; against the i and 0 a. m. Mrs. Eunice Smith county all of which brings in its moHier of the proprietors covering train increased taxation. i Heberd and Clark 'Smith died Public roads good one- and j while sitting in a chair. She for that matter yon can't have j had not been sick and intended too many of them are indispen-j starling on an extended visit able to the growth of a town: it ! the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

New VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 151905. NO. 40 Canyon City AT OUR STORE Men's and Women's extra heavy Fleeced Under- wear per garment 50cts Extra Teasle Down Outing ioc Fancy Broadcloth per yd .' Si.oo The best heaviest Cotton Flannel per yd ioc Gents' all wool Suits (made to fit) $5 to $1 5 Youths' Suits from $3 to $10 Children's Suits $1.50 to $5. 00 : : 31 EN'S OVERCOATS. : : 20 per cent off on all Men's Covert Jackets & Overcoats. 10 " " off on all Gents' Negligee Shirts. : : : 10 " " off on all Ladies' and Children's Jackets. Men's Fancy Diagonal Pants $1.00 Remember we are headquarters for Staple and Fancy Groceries. They are always fresh and we positively guarantee every article that goes over our Grocer counter. Now that we are nearing the end of this year we wish to thank the good citizenship of this country for their liberal patronage and in doing so we earnestly solicit your business for another year and will guarantee at all times the very ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

t CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 15. 1905. CAR FURNITURE ETC. To provide against a demand for something useful ; and substantial in the way of Christmas and New' Year Gifts we have just got in a full car of new Fur-; niture Rugs. Carpets and iMattings. This added to! our already large stock will enable us to give you. anything you may want. : : : :; Our prices are as low as the same goods can be I had aiivwhere--Ve will not let anybody undersell us. n - THOMAS BROS. CANYON CITY NKYVS. i the .turning of the soil. The l'ui.li.sli.-l Every Friday News is emphatic in this state-. previously stated are all against it. These records in Texas some of them running llv hutrml at I'oMortioe at Canyon Cit.v. a j erliclO Matter. Oftic of Publication. Wpt Kvrlvn Stpoft back to the days when it was a republic show that dry and wetj seasons have alternated all: alon from the beginning as; 1'apers s.nt out f the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Yfdr S 00 th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 15. 1905. L. G. CONNER FARMS RANCH LAND CITY PROPERTY STEERS & STOCK CATTLE. t Louna on Kent Kutate Abstracter and Notary in Office. $ Lands listed with us will he advertised in 100 periodicals and listed with 100 or more local and traveling agents. The fall of Petersburg A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WAR STORY April 2. iCopyripht l!)o5 by G. V. Kilmer. PROMPTLY on the arrival of news Unit Sheridan had car- ried Five Forks on April 1 lSir Ceneral Orant ordered a demonstration on tlie Petersburg lines. Ceneral lln!iiilire.vs with the Second corps attempted to carry the Confeder- ate trendies on Its front but found the enemy too active. A bombardment was kept up all night and General Grant ordered an assault at 4 o'clock on the morning of the 2d with the men of Ord's Wright's and Parke's commands. The point chosen for Wright's Sixth corps was to the left of the Weldon railroad where Federal Forts Fisher and Welch were located. The Confed- erate picket piis in f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 15. 1905. P 0) p luuimiitm'jjrj IVJ AT THE clear la T CANYON MERCANTILE CO. THE CAS ALL THROUGH DECEMBER Beginning Friday December first 1905 we will put our entire stock of Merchandise on the market at greatly REDUCED PRICESmuch below the real value. The selling price will be plainly marked on each article and one price will be the rule all the way through. Recember OUR ENTIRE STOCK one of the largest on the Plains will be put into this sale and that the greatly reduced prices will be continued throughout the month of Demember. Come early if possible but come late rather than not at all as we are sure to have something to interest you anyway. A few prices only are given but these should be sufficient to show you how things are going. Read them over: DRY GOODS Heavy Brown Cotton Flannel 8 'a cts Good Quality Heavy Outing 8 'sets Heavy Sea !IanJ Domestic 7 cts Best Percales on the Market 8 cts Good Percales 6'jcts Saxony yarn & Shetland floss five hanks...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 15.' 1905 TOWN & COUNTY O FERHOXAI. AND OTHKIt MATTKKH THAT CONCKKN OLTlt CITIZKNH. ALL AT COST! Until further notice all of our Goods Groceries included will be sold at COST. In our big Ad elsewhere it might be considered that there was a limitation on some things--there is not and we hereby desire to im- press our patrons that EVERYTHING is going in this sale even GROCER- IES at COST. Canyon Mercantile Co. The Weather. We had beautiful weather all last week continuing until Monday night when it rained. The rain continued all of Monday night and all of the following- day until evening when the wind shift- ing to the North we got a little taste of snow. It cleared off Wednes- day morning leaving everything nice and muddy. The Paragon an Amarillo daily circulated around town a day or so this week would have us believe that Amarillo is the only place in the Panhandle in which to pur- chase goods at close prices when the real facts are that everything the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 15 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 15. 1905. iTOWM & COUNTY: 2 riCUSONAI. . AM) UTHKH MATTKHS THAT COM TUN Ol It IIT17.KNS. The Limit. Once on a . t line I know a jnan Who said it didn't pay Tit ad vettise the goods he had To sell or trade away. To prove that he was off his base And make him clearly see I yave him half a page of spare And let him -have it free. It almost scared him into fits. To see himself displayed As I displayed him. hut he felt Its influence on his trade. 1 kept it up. His business doomed. The customers swoojvd down L'pon his store nut il he had The biggest rush in town. One day I went around to call And found him on the run. i iin peopie wamngior meir turn When those ahead were done. Well well!" I cried in great delight To Me things boom that way Don't advertising pay ol 1 man? What have you got to say?" i thought he'd like my work so much And t hin k my plan so nice That he'd not only praise mv ware. But pay me double price. And did lie do it? Listen please I thou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 December 1905

Canyon City New VOL IX. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 221905. NO. 41 CHRISTMAS GIFTS ! We have a nice lot of Christmas Goods indud ing Albums Card Cases Handkerchief Cases and lots of other pretty and useful presents for grown folks also Dolls big ones middle-sized and small ones and a great variety of other things for the little people. : : : : : We have no fancy prices on these Christmas goods will sell them like we do other things at our customary small profit and invite you to see them before making your Holidv purchases. The Seydler Mer. Co. CANYON CITY - - TEXAS. K. W. O'KKKFK President. J. I. CAMPBELL Vice-President. I. L. HUNT Cashier. NO. 7961 THE CANYON NATIONAL BANK. CAPITAL $30000-PAID IN.- This Bank Is fully equipped to care for the accounts of individuals linns and corporations. It respectfully invites correspondence or a personal Interview with those who contemplate making changes or opening new accounts. ::::::: R. W. O'KEEFE W. C. BAIRD DIKKCTOKS: J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS DECEMBER 22. 1905. CAR FURNITURE ETC. To provide against a demand for something useful and substantial in the way of Christmas and New Year Gifts we have just got in a full car of new Fur- niture Rugs Carpets and Mattings. This added to our already large stock will enable us to give you anything you may want. : : : : Our prices are as low as the same goods can be had anywhere--Ve will not let anybody undersell us. t THOMAS BROS. CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Every Friday liy OKU. A. UK AN DON I'M cm) at roiflie t Canyon City n Serim1-Cla Matter. OHice of ruhliratinn. Wt Evelyn Mrwt Papers stiit out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. ("t Year SIM Six months 50 CHRISTMAS. For aires anions civilized na- tions Christmas has been the festival of festivals. Its origin dates awav back yonder. Some historians claitr and not with out reason that as a religious festival it beiran with the Roman Emperor Constantine who to pacify and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 22. 1903. ITOWN COUNTY! FfCKHOXAI AND OTHKIt MATTKKH THAT COXCEIIN OI K CITIZKN8. The Christmas Feeling. I like tli Christmas Feeling that ia filling all the air That fillw the streeta and busy stotvn and BcattiTH everywhere; I like the easy manner of the people on t he street The bundie-laden people and the shop-girls Kiiuling nweet. There's a glow of warm th and splen- dor in the windows everywhere There's a glow in people's faces which has lately stolen there; And every where the bells ring out with merry peal ami chime Which makes me like the Feeling of the happy Christmas time. 1 like the Christmas Feeling; there is nothing can compare With the free and kindly spirit that is spreading everywhere; The rich the poor the young and old all catch its atmosphere And every heart for once is full of good old Christmas cheer. Life. The First National. The directors of the First Nation- al Bank have about decided that at their regular meeting January gth the ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 22 December 1905

CANYON CITY NEWS. DECEMBER 22. 1905. fTOWN S COUNTY: IHCHSONAI. AMIOTHKK MATTKKK that conckkx urn riTizKxx. Let Us Smile. The thins that troes the farthest to- ward making life worth while That costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile. The smile that bubbles from a heart that loves its fellow men. Will drive away the clouds of gloom aud coax the sun again; It's full of worth and goodness too with manly kindness blent It's worth a million dollars and it dix-sn't cost a cent. There Is no room for sadness when! we s.h a cheery smile; j It always has the same pood luck j It's never out of style It nerves us to try again when failure makes us blue; The dimples of encouragemeut are good for me and you. it pays the highest interest for it is merely lent It's worth a million dollars and it doesn't cost a cent. A smile comes very ea.sy you can wrinkle up with cheer A hundred times before you can squeeze out a soggy tear. It ripples out moreover to the heart-string that will...

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