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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 July 1903

SMEWS SUPPLEMENT (THE STAYER. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, JULY 3, 1903. CURIOUS STATISTICS. Recently published census statistics in England include tables giving the respective ages of all the married couplesin the kingdom. From this it appears that there is one husband of 95 years who has a wife of 21, while three husbands ranging in age from 85 to 95 have wives of 25. Elderly wives and youth ful husbands are rarer, and the greatest disparity in this direc tion is between a wife of 65 years and her husband of 20. The oldest couple in the list are aged 100 and 95 years respec tively, while the youngest pair have only numbered 16 and 15 summers respectively. According to the statistics 102 giris under 14 years are actress es in England. Also it is dis closed that a girl of 10 is acting as a general shopkeeper, while another only a year older is re turned as a pawnbroker. Ten little maids, just 10 summers each, are entered as engaged in the laundry and- washing ser vice. The cares of a busine...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 July 1903

I actum lUiti LCU1UUIS UIUU I UIO- II MLB FAIRVIEW SCHOOL CLOSES. (Contributed.) The highest anticipations of the Fairview people and their many friends from the surround ing community were realized in a well rendered program on the night of June 26, from the young people of Fairview, under the auspices of Prof. Rogers and wife. A spacious stage was built on the north side of the school house and was beautifully deco rated with cedar, fern and love ly flowers, and under the bril liant lights looked like a fairy scene indeed. The performers held an attentive audience of about four hundred people. They gathered , early and seemed anxious for the enter tainment to begin. At about, t o'clock the curtains were drawn and the audience was greeted with music, rendered by Miss Lula Wann which at once attracted the attention of all present; the music was followed by recitations by Gladys Rogers, Era Woodard and Elvia Clark then came the "Up-side-down drill" which kept the crowd in a roar of l...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 July 1903

-r-m .J. J. i i w-l.-ijiiiiuh -iMi'.u.,yi:xutr..n. iI-.'uk i niiJi..iCT.,ii.. imww-Mtw.-CTni wni..i--crani.-.iijui numi 09" THESE FIGURES SPEAK J IFOR THEMSELVES- For 30 days, beginning Monday, July 6, we will run a clearance sale. The goods were marked right at first but as a special inducement we have put the knife to work and have made prices so low that you can't afford not to avail yourself of the opportunity to buy seasonable merchandise. We have not the space to mention every article but if you will examine the following prices, or better still, if you will come in and let us show you the goods, it will be time well spent. EVERYTHING WILL BE MARKED IN RED FIGURES. Ladies' Ready-Made Skirts C Cheviot Skirts, worth $2.50. Bule price $2.00 4 all wool Skirts, wortli 3.20, " " 2.50 4 " " " " 4.00, " " 3.00 4 ' " 4.2j, " " 3.33 5 " 4.50, " " 3.50 3 ' " " " 5.50, " " 4.25 2 " (i.00, " " 4.C5 2 " 11.50. " " 9.00 1 black Peau He Sole, " 10 00, " " 7.45 1 " " 12.50, " " 9.45 Fancy Cras...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 3 July 1903

44 Go West Young For years the Llano Estacado has been consid ered a semi-arid waste, and for this reason one of the best parts of the great Southwest has been slighted. But attention is now becoming turned to this as A Land of Promise Why pay $15 to $50 per acre for the alkali hills of Oklahoma, then pay taxes at from $3 to $7 per hundred, with unfavorable social surroundings, when by coming to the Plains you can buy fine smooth black prairie lands at from $3 to $10 per acre, where taxes are low, floods and cyclones are unknown, social surroundings good, and where with thorough cultivation all the cereals, fruits and vegetables can be grown in abundance. We have permanently a Stock-Farming Country; The Natural Home of the Short horn and Hereford; where freed from the tick scourge they attain their highest perfection. An Opportunity Is Offered Homeseekers to see this country at a trifling cost. THE FOURTH ANNUAL REUNION Camp Stonewall Jackson 1). C. V., WEST TEXAS COWBOYS' ASSOCIATI...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 July 1903

c City News. amy on (TBK ST AY Kit.) VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY. 10,1903. NO. 17. V - ABOUT THE PLAINS COUNTRY. The Dallas morning News of last Friday contained a long article on wbat Mr. A. S. Hen ry, a well known ranch man of the lower plains, has to say con cerning Northwest Texas. In that portion of it dealing with the plains Mr. Henry says: "A great many people have an erroneous idea of the extent of the plains, thinking that Has kell, Knox and adjoining coun ties are upon them. This is not the case. Anyone who journeys to Northwest Texas certainly will know when he reaches the plaius. Beginning at a point on the Texas and Pacific Rail way, the plains gradually de scend to the lower level and lose their identity. . Prom that point the plains extend north ward about two hundred and tifty miles, where they are crossed by the Fort Worth and Denver Railroad. They gradual ly disappear as they approach the Red River. "Along the eastern border of the Plains there is an ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 10 July 1903

- ; 1 ' CANYON CITY NEWS. THE STAYER.) GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. WALTER H. RAN1)X, Alitor. 1 Entrwl at tl "mut otHeo at Can-; matter. at - U:HCK1PT10N. IneXmr,., . .j,. .,. .... Six months,.. ,.. ; a X iHve are content for the case to locals 10 cents ptr line for be submittea (0 the great tribu- the first insirtio cents jack Dal on the 23rd,' of this month. subsequent insertion! '. ,' 'if we are defeated we will have :..,... ;X'Wi'the satisfaction of knowing , . , ... . ttrmOMfi. uoemt muiuw . large ads. ; ISU11C1.. want it strong enough to ask All persons are most courte- j for it and to put up a good sab eusly requested not to trespass j stantial bonus for it, but we can on my enclosed lands, for the j not see where the gain would purpose of bunting, lishing or't be to tear our brother's bair as fathering grapes. You are no j some of the other towns are do. doubt aware that this is anof jing. Orators, and generally fenseof the law, though I do ! newspapers, are most vehement nf no th...

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. — 10 July 1903

Local. Young Jiciuaer, wtid umv lives'ln (merman county, ciimc In Wednesday. Mrs. Clara Colih, of Canyon City, Is hen; visiiinu Mrs. A. M. Lewis. Star Dally. (Wednesday ) J. P. Crawford is having a. IiiiikI some glass front put in his restaur ant building. Judge A. N. Henson has been sick this week and Is yet confined to his room. Tin- Christian Scientists will hold thcirHeini-nnnuul communion in Can yon City on .Inly 12th. Charle.Sti jihensoii fame in from the ranch ami Sunduyed in Canyon City. Mrs. Mary and Lou Waller from near Happy visited Mrs. .Judge Hen sun Sunday evening. .Mr. Mae Leonard returned from Konwe.ll Friday and stayed here over Sunday with his family. C. O. Whitman and wife ofCanyoH City visited their daughter, Mrs. Kmnia Monroe, of Idlscoe Co., this week. tlrandma Sebasllon of Koswell, jassed tliroUKh Canyon City a few days since eiiroute to I'lainview where she is visiting her sons. Prof. Lackey leaves the lirst of next week for Clarendon, where lie will remain f...

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. — 10 July 1903

Ct h e FIGUR FOf? THEMSELVES' SPEAK For 30 days, beginning Monday, July 6, we will run a clearance sale. The goods were marked right at first but as a special inducement we have put the knife to work and have made prices so low that you can't afford not to avail yourself of the opportunity to buy seasonable merchandise. We have not the space to mention every article but if you will examine the following prices, or better still, if you will come in and let us show you the goods, it will be time well spent. EVERYTHING WILL BE MARKED IN RED FIGURES. Ladies' Ready-Made Skirts 6 Cheviot Skirts, worth 150, sale price $2.00 4 all wool Skirts, worth 3.20, " " 2.50 4 " " " " 4.00. " 8.00 4 " ' " 4 23. " " 3 S3 5 " " " " 4.50, ' " ... 3.50 3 " " " " 5.30, ' " 4 25 2 ' " " " 6.IM, " " 4.63 2 " 11.50, " " 9.00 lbincklYauIVSoIe, " 10 On, " T 45 1 " 12.30, - " 8.45 6 Fancy Crash .Skirts " 2.00, " .1.50 12 plain .75. .50 6 Covert Skirts, " 1.73. " 1.40 25 per cent off on all Shirt Waists Colored l...

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. — 17 July 1903

I) CANYON (Till-: MTAYIMU VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY. 17,1903. NO. 18. NOT DEAD YET. An article by Hon. V. V. Bridgers, member of the State Legislature from El Paso coun ty, which has made its appear ance in the West Texas Press, has elicited much favorable comment at the hands of -the ranchmen of the West. Mr. Bridgers deals with the land question from the standpoint of right and justice to the great cattle industry of the State, and , contends that all leases 'should be protected as bona lide con tracts, the terms of which were dictated by the State. He calls attention to the fact that the land question is purely a West Texas proposition, involving a conflict between the cowman and actual settler, and has in reality narrowed down to a few counties east of the Pecos Iliv- ly to the soil. There was a feeble remnant of the old agri cultural guard left in the coun try, however, many of whom, from force of circumstances, were compelled to engage in stock raising on a lim...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 17 July 1903

CANYON CITY NEWS. (TOE STAYER.) Ctmtinucil from !! gi Since this ig noniiiious death and shattering of rosy dreams, - ' '-rr-nr-- -j has the I'anhaudle ceased to GEO. A. BRANDON, Prop. j pour its life giving nutriment to Walter k. brandon. Editor. ' those who were inspired with BAPTIST COLLEGE MATTER. An enthusiastic mass meeting of citizens was held at the court! the belief that the country was yet destined to become a pros perous farming region? We happen to have old settlers here who answer this question satis- house Tuesday evening for the . Al .. , , j , to the small remnant of stock- purpose of electing delegates., ... , , . A. ' iL . .i ; farmers, which were left in the to represent the town m the , . college location ' ' , f . iuku uy imv oiuinuiau, we are matter of the at the Clarendon Association July LMrd. L. G. Conner stated the object of the meeting where upon Judge A. X. Henson was elected chairman and R. A. Sowder secretary. On motion of L. i't. Wilson the following d...

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. — 17 July 1903

Local. Heary Jack cover 20x9 f.t. sntt- uble for tent, for sale at thin office. Rfubsn Strlngfellow lelt lor ltos well yesterday. Mrs. R. W. Morgau was In town yesterday. Harry Miller came down from Amarlllo yesterday. A large delegation of our citizens attended the picnic at Tuliu today. Jim Stratton came In Wednesday from Hennesey, Okla., where ho baa (pent the last two months. The Canyon Mercantile Co. are entertaining their customers with tmisle from a large phonograph this week. The streets and crossings present a more substantial appearance since the recent work. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hardin of Ama rlllo, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burrow. Mrs. James Burrow of Amarlllo, spent last Sunday and Monday with her mother Mrs. Reeves. Charlie Kpps maKes a splendid salesman behind the counter at the Canyon Drug Co. Edl tor Callahan, of the Tulia Stand ard passed through Tuesday on his way home from Amarlllo. The Canyon City baseball team will play Tulla today at the grand picnic...

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. — 17 July 1903

TH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.: FIGURES For 30 days, beginning Monday, July 6, we will run a clearance sale. The goods were marked right at first but as a special inducement we have put the knife to work and have made prices so low that you can't afford not to avail yourself of the opportunity to buy seasonable merchandise. We have not the space to mention every article but if you will examine the following prices, or better still, if you will come in and let us show you the goods, it will be time well spent. EVERYTHING WILL BE MARKED IN RED FIGURES. Ladies' Ready-Made Skirts (i Cheviot Skirts, worth $2.50. nU price 2.00 4 nil wool Skirts, worth .'!.-'. " " 4 4.H0. " . " "-00 4 . 4.25. ". " ... 3 .:!' 4.50. ". " :i."0 ; 5.5. " " 4.25 li.no, " " 4.;r T. ii..-)0. . o.oo 1 black lVau HcSoK " 10 00. " .7 4 1 12.50. - '- !-45 Taney Crash Skirts" 2.00, " 1.50 12 plain ". r, i Covert Skirts. " 1"5. " ' 1.40 Ladies Heady-Made Wrappers, worth $1.50. isale price $1.20 Ladies' Heady-Made Y rapper;, ...

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. — 24 July 1903

(XUH STAYKU.J- j ;-. r VOL VII. CANYON CITY,vTEXAS, FRIDAY; JULY, 24 19031 NO, 19; P. WWi ,.if.-g- ' AT """"- ----- - -- f- iT TUTW I I Ull WlilMlllimi . IIP - THE GTE AT SOUTHWEST. A wri'er to the Farm and Ranch in writing of the great Southwest and the Plains in particular, gives an interest ing story of this great section. He says: "When I was a youth, and a bright one I was, too, lighting erabgrass, smart weeds and that old lazy afternoon feeling, I had but little trouble in mak ing up my mind., to take Mr, Greeley's advice and go West. I am glad I came morally, physically glad I wish I could tell the people of the old states how good a place the great Pan handle is for poor men who are striving to get homes, and what a profitable field it is for invest ment. I sympathize with any good man who has to work poor land and buy fertilizers, and abundantly so if he has to pay rent. It is a mighty poor home that doesn't beat no home. However, it is beyond my un derstanding why intellig...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 July 1903

1 IT COMINGTOTH UNIO tt g.lMfit 9 N t Wh You Will Want to go Somewhere; WHY NOT COMBINE PLEASURE WITH PROFIT??? Come enjoy our pleasant breezes, Mingle with the good old Veterans; see the Cowboy Sports and look out for yourself a home in the best Stock Farm ing country in the West. Remember that the Railroads offer One-Fare for the Round Trip, with 15 days' limit. nist 4 S 6 and -A 0F 14 II II - 7th. CANYON CITY NKWS. A Summer In the Panhandle and we 8bould not fail to act ion the suggestion. Canyon City lu ' ! One who was a visitor herd' moving out in the direction of I lact v.ar from Anna. Ill writes beautifying herself and this GEO. A. BKAXlON, Prop. WAL.TKK K. 1IKASDOX, K'litor. a friend here and fays: A full realization of the de- The -Four Hundred-of New' !htful suramer -pent with you wr tn;uslyear cannot propeny If the 1 t uumi auci jiai m- lini'of the balmv breezes vou as otners . ' .... ' nave down tnere. v nyfl never York society want a make them laugh, could see themselve...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 July 1903

Local. Ceta lit to luive a picnic tomorrow J. 1'. Crawford went to Aumrlllo yesterday on business. Jay Ifaleomb left yest'rdny for UIh old home at Comanche. Vlnee Reeves left Monday for Am arlllo where he will resume wont. J udgo Bule paid Utnbnrger a "pop" call Monday. Miss Purcell In up from Hereford for a few days' visit. She 1h stop ping at the St. James. The Rc-unlon program covering the four days will be gotten out by -the News oilice Saturday. Miss Clara Moore of Amarlllo, vis ited MIhh La Howe Uratton, Monday of this week. The Hereford Hand has lecn en gaged to furnish inuMlc lor the He union. Miss Mary Uurrow left for Aina rlllo yesterday evening, where she will spend a few days with relatives and friend. Judge A. N. HenHon and Sheriff l.'pfold went to Amarlllo yesterday and Haiti they may possibly decide to go from there to Clarendon. Mrs. J. N. Donhoo and daughter, Miss Minnie, are in I'lainview this week visiting Mrs. Ware, their daughter aud sister. J. C. Pipkin, the hu...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City news. — 24 July 1903

CHIMNEY CORNER LOGIC. fit ass (Uncle Zokiet in Hoyd Index. I In these strenuous time uid .lye of Mammon worship, tt Is Rvttiiiff to ho t he custom to worry xo much nbout the fit tun; that we almost nfit ourselves for the duties and ro f pouHihilities of tlu prewnt, nml cer tainly are robliimr ourselves of much rational enjoyment that .might be ours under different circumstances. In our wane moments we know very well that we vannot read the future, wild yet there nre timer when we torture our poor overworked brains in theorizing, sp dilating on, ami trying to penetrate the veil that irre vocably hides the future from us for our good. This unnatual. unhealthy and pos itively sinful habit Is having in nth to lo in filling our asylums with de mented, our hospitals with nervous wrecks, our homes and the world with much unhnppiness ami restless- ll6R. . If we would spemj more time in a rational study of the "past, in meet ing sensibly Uie duties and obliga tions of the present, we would h...

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. — 31 July 1903

' rQw . - . - effitt City yon (THE STAYEK.) VOL VII. CANYON CITY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY. 31,1903. NO. 20 THE HIGH TIDE AT GETTYSBURG. Hy Will Henry Thompson. CLOUD possessed tbe hollow field, The gathered battle's smoky shield, Athwart the gloom the lightning- flashed. And through the cloud some horsemen dashed, And from the heights the thunder pealed. ; Then at tbe briet command of Lee Moved out that matchless infantry, With Pickett leading grandly down To rush against the roaring crown Of those dread heights of destiny. Par heard above the angry guns A cry across the tumult runs , ' . . The voice that rang through Shiloh 's woods. And Cbicamauga's solitudes, The fierce South cheering on her sons. Ah, how the withering tempest blew Against tho front of Pettlgrew; A khamsin wind that scorched and singed Like that Infernal flame that fringed The llrltlsh squares at Waterloo! A thousand fell where Kemper led: A thousand died where Garnett bled; Above the bayonets, mixed und rrossed, Men...

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. — 31 July 1903

nAiri!joit.Nooi, mum. THE" BAPTIST COLLEGE. The locatioti ' of thV $stitu tioo which lias agitated the" Pan- bardie so -long and has',bei discussed in these column's so thoroughly is uotr to be settled and The News is: glad 0f "it; Tbe Association has. decid&d to build it and a committee having the whole matter in charge, will select -the location for more than one of such "commit teeman M a time. Resolved further, Th.it a"com- mitteeman from "e"itberrof (he competing towns may select his proxyTrom bis own town, but neither of tbe committeeman shall select bis proxy from eith- "rerDf such competing towns. -Kesoiyed further, That each town corapeting.for tlwlocatiou ottiie College shall pay the ex penses of its committeeman. and that the expenses of the re mainder of Said committee shall be prorated between the six competing towns. It was decided that said com mittee shall meet and organize but this didn't to be re st. August f. That "our readers):1.. c,l'" OH Thursday, may be fu...

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. — 31 July 1903

9 FIGURES SPEAK! FORTHEMSELVESS ,.n For 30 days, beginning Monday, July 6, we will run a clearance sale. The goods were marked right at first but as a special inducement we have put the knife to work and have' made prices so low that you can't afford & not to avail yourself of the opportunity to buy seasonable merchandise. We have not the space to mention every article but if you will examine the following prices, or better still, if you will come in and let us show you t.hft srnnda. it will be time well spent. EVERYTHING WILL A Ladies' Ready-Made Skirts levlot Skirts, worth $2.50. mile price ...... $2.0 4 all wool SkirtH, worth H.20, " " 2.50 4,- ,, , .. " 4.00. " " 3.00 4 " "' ." " 4 25, " " 3 85 ,' " --"-" - " 4.50, " " 8.50 ;! .. .. r,.50; " " .4.25 0 . " " 0.00, " " 4.05 2 " - 11.50, " ' " 1 black lVauDe Sole, " 10 00.." " T.45 I .. 12.50, " " 9-45 (i Fancy Crush Skirts" 2.00. " " 1.50 12 plain .75. " " (I Covert Skirts. " 1.75. " " 140 25 per cent off on all Shirt Waists C...

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. — 31 July 1903

TOTH UNION? 1 NOT, WHY" NOT? You Will i Want to go Somewhere; ( ,u i COM I NQ WHY NOT COMBINE PLEASURE WITH PROFIT??? Come enjoy our pleasant breezes, Mingle with the good old Veterans; see the Cowboy Sports and look out for yourself a home in the best Stock Farm ing country in the West. Remember that the Railroads offer One Fare for the Round Trip, with 15 days' limit. list 4 5 6 and JVk THE FOURTH ANNUAL REUNION Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V., WEST TEXAS COWBOYS' ASSOCIATION And Randall County Fine Stock Show AT OANYON CTV, TEXAS. AUGUST 4, 5. 6 AND 7. 1903. U. C. V. PROGRAM AUGUST 4. FIRST DAY. Bugle Call. Old Soldiers Assemble at Headquarters Tent at 9 a. m. Roll Call Appointment of Memorial Committee. March to Grand Stand. Song by Choir. Prayer by Chaplain. Song bjmioi-T-.--- ... " Address of Welcome by Hon. Albert Sidney Rollins, y Masfc by Band. Response by Capt. J. T. Bobbitt. Music by Band. Speech by Rev. Addison Clark. DINNER. Assemble at Grand Stand 1:30 p. in. . . . Mus...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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