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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 April 1906

Cany on City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. APRIL 27 1906. NO. 7 ft APainless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. IT COMES TO WOMAN'S relief whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains. It not only compels the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back. It makes you well. Try it. Sold everywhere in $ 1 .00 bottles. WHITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid- ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles. We will send free advice (in plain sealed envelope) how to cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.Tht Chattanooga Aedicine Co. Chattanooga Tenn. FACTS ABOUT MAKING TEA. Japancss Way Is Best Explains an Ex pert In tho Trade. Iiomarks in ado recently by a man who lias acquired some ...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 27 April 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. APRIL 27. 1906. iT0WII5 COUNTY! . 9 PKUSOVAI AMI OTHKK MATTKIIS THAT (ONCKUN OI K CITI7.KXK. FOR SCHOOL TKUSTKES. Election May BAIRD 5th. W. C. G. C. LONG .1. C. PIPKIN The News proposes this ticket returning: the outgoing trustees chiefly because the present school seems to be giving ' general satisfaction. No tow n can flourish these days without a good school and having one it is always the part of wisdom to retain it. Such is the condition of the Canyon City school and so lone as things move alone this way it is prudent to hold on to the I present board of trustees htncej our ticket. . j No man has dictated this ticket; I it is proposed by The News with- j cut the knowledge and consent of t any person other than the writer j The gentlemen composing it have consented to serve another term if j t-lected and The News is candidly j of the opinion that the interests of j the town require it. Others no; doubt might do fully as well -II THE CANYON NATIONAL BANK t " K....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 May 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY 4 1906. NO. 8 RAISING COLTS BY HAND. How to I'rrpure Con'i Milk For the Y on ii kn I o r Peril Pre q u r n 1 1 y . In answer to the iniery "What is the best substitute to feed a colt fur the mare's milk when the youngster must be raised by hand?" Breeder's Gazette 6ays: Milk of course is the only tiling on which very young animals have much of a chance to live und the commonest article is that of the cow. Therefore cow's milk should he fed to the orphan colt but In small quantities. The milk of the mare is much sweeter than that of the cow and therefore a tablespoon- ful of good white granulated sugar should be added to eai h quart of the cow's milk. lo not add any water to the milk. Take enough hot witter to dissolve the sugar nicely and add to the milk then let the colt drink it at the temperature of blood heat or Just us he would get it from his mother had she lived. The rearing of a foal by hand is a tedious job at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY A. 1906. A Paint Problem CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Every Friday Ily (IKoTa. BRANDON K.iilerd at I'nfctoflir at Canyon City as NiToml-Oa Matter. OflirA of Publication. Wt Evelyn Street Pnjers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration f t f nit aid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 10 sr s 1 ft m w .m ami . a m k. AXXOUXCEM EXTS. Election November ti 1900. For State Senator: J NO. W. VEALE 1. E. DECKER. For District Judge 47th Judicial District J. N. BROWNING. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: M. F. SLOVER For County Judge: J. M. VAXSAXT A. N. 11ENSON For District and County Clerk: J. A. TATE For Tax Assessor: P. II. YUNG Threat of Packers. Taint ritlior spreads well looks well ami wears well or it don't. Wear is what determines real paint value. Any practical painter will tell you that a paint will live only as long as the oil that's in it lives. The oil is the life of Faint. "Dead Oil Dead Paint." HArtflAR C0NDEN5ED PAINT It is not a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 4. I900. Itown 2 county! - PERSONAL AND OTHKR MATTKK8 THAT CONCERN OUR CITIZENS. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils Pens Ink etc. School Trustee election at the Court House to-morrow. Work on the Plainview railroad is still moving along. T. F. Gilliland made this office an appreciated visit Saturday. H. C. Maloney of Wolf City is visiting his kinsman Dr. Black. Cards with Plains rainfall by months for 14 years at The News office. Blanks for platting 83xn inches with one inch square blocks printed at The News office. Mrs. Joe Foster is among those still affected with grip bad enough to be confined indoors. H. James of Ceta was in town Tuesday and remembered The News substantially. All kinds of Racket Goods School Supplies and Confection- ery at Wilson's. Try us. Sheriff Slover and family are visiting this week at his father's at Dimmitt. J. A. Wansley mother and sis- ter left last week for their new home near Stockton California. H. S. Parks shipped a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 4 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY -4. 1906. iTOWN 3 COUNTYi - lM.liSOV AI. AMKITHKH MATTKHS 9 ft ft THAT OM KH OI K CITIZEN. ft ft ftftftftftftftft (Join; to Mexico. Yesterday evening A. E. Brown Fulton Brown W. R. Farr and J B. Thomas started on a pilgrimage to the land beyond the Rio Grande. They will v isit Monterey and other lities of the highlands including the capitol itself. From there they rather expect to take the coast ruute returning stopping along" at various-places to pull oranges limes lemons bananas and such like and also take a view of the land where cotton never dies and corn in the same field can he seen in ail shapes from just out of the ground to the tall coin in the ear and half a bush el to the hill. They all expect much especially our friend J. B. and they are g"oing. no doubt pre pared to purchase a million acres of this reputed paradise (it can tv secured at from 10 Cents to X2. 50 per acre) providing it pleaseth them and when they return which will be withm three month...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 May 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 11 1906. NO. 9 Fifth Annual Commencement of the Canyon City High School. CALENDAR. SUNDAY MAY 13 11 A. M. Methodist Church Commencement Ser- mon by Rev. A. B. Haynes. WEDNESDAY MAY 10 3 p. m. School Hall Entertainment by Lower Grades. THURSDAY MAY 17 3 P. M. School Hall Entertainment by Lower Grades. FRIDAY MAY 18 3 P. M. School Hall High School Commencement. 8:30 P. M. School Hall Lecture by Rev. J. Winford Hunt. SATURDAY MAY 19 8:30 P. M. School Hall Alumni Banquet. $Irftgram. Invocation . . Rev. J. S. Stockard. Piano Solo "Love Dreams" . Avis Baird. "John Chinaman" . . Roscoe Ballard. Piano Solo "Polka de la Reine" Mamie Conner. "Life is What we make it" . Robert Rowan. "The Second Recitation" . Nettie Cobb. Piano Duet . . Dixon Lair Blanche Lester. Recitation "Mona's Waters" . Alice Pyeatt. Glee High School. ' 'The Price of Success ' ' James Lewis Lochridge. Class History and Prophecy . Ida Rowan. Piano Solo "Erlkon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 11. 1906. C A N YON CITY X K VS Published Kn-ry Friday liy c. ICC)? aTh ; K V X vox. Kiileifd Hi I'oktnflU-p at Canyon City. a ronl-'la Matttr. OKre of I'uMicutioii. Wet Kvrlyn Sltfet I'njKTfi suit ut f the county promptly diweontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. Uve. Yrar $1.00 Six months 50 A X N o r X c i: M KX T s. Election November f 100t. For State Senator: J NO. V. VKALE I. P.. DECKER. A Paint Education in Three Minutes. Oil is the life tt pamt. Dead oil dead paint; it pools off washes off falls off. You have to paint njrain. You've Ix-en there. Well you have been getting paint with dead oil in it. Here's reaon: Don't pet paint with oil in it : almost sure to be dead oil be- cause standing i ; i "3? mentis or years in a seal.-d I t't For Jivtrit District .1. X. In dire 47th .Indieial BROWNING. For Sheriff and Tax Coll. -ctor: M. F. S LOVER l"or County .Judge: .1. M. VAXSAXT A. N. HEXSOX For District and County Clerk: J. A. TATK For Tax ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 11. 1906. ITOWW 5 COUNTY! ; PEItHOXAI AND OTIIElt MATTKHH THAT CONCKUN OCR CIT1ZKNH. Depot Agent O. C. Davis is figuring on a new residence. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils. Pens ink etc. Read the school commencement program in this paper. Dr. J. J. Hanna the eye ear nose and throat specialest of Am- arillo will be here on May 25. g.2ts .John A. Wallace I. N. Hicks and Frank Smith have each got plans out for new residences. J. C. Hunt and J. H. Pinson are now a part of the Randall County1 Land Co. . T. C. Thompson is having a room added to the north side of his residence. Incorporation is about the only guarantee for anything like proper sanitary conditions. Dr. Stewart reports a daughter for Frank Ames and wife on May 2nd. Cards with Plains rainfall by months fur 14 years at The News office. Whatever may be said to the contrary Canyon City has just as good a show for the Santa Fe shops as Amarillo. Blanks for platting 8'Jxn inches with one inch s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 11 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 11. 1906. jTOWN 5 COUNTY! - -- - - - I l l . t; w i J J . a.imf i rn.ii .ii a i l i . it: Q ft O 'I II AT I l. til I! ( ST17.KNS. e Amarillo Herald Sold. Last Friday The Twice a-wvek IK-rald and all property of the Amarillo Publishing Co was sol J in P. E. Boesen of FaiTtield Iowa. 1 lie Herald f.?rce .vill practically continue under the new as under the old management. Mr. Brooks will he a member of the new firm in the capacity of business man- ager. Mr. Webh w;!l remain as a n:emher of the statf while Mr. Buesen will conduct the editorial columns and superintend the mechanical end of the business. Amarillo Herald. 1 1 11 re ford vs. CaiM on. i In the double header played; Monday between the senior base j ball teams of Hereford and Can- : von Citv Hereford A the worst1' tnd all the way through. j In the first game Hereford made j i to Canvon i ; and in the second ! . . i game 7 against canyon 23. Nearlv all the business houses painful immm Life often seems too...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 May 1906

New VOL Xr CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY 18 1906. NO. 10 Gatfyoti City - -Beautiful -May. The sentiment expressed in the folfowing poem was inspired as the writer stood one beautiful morning in May upon the banks of the grand Yellow House Canyon. The beautiful wild flowers that clothed the valley and decked the hillside presented a scene akin to enchant- ment. Sweet music of little birds was wafted upon the morning breeze and all nature 'was aglow with loveliness under the reviving influence 6f refreshing showers. 1 stand on the banks of the canyon Reviewing fair nature's display And listen to little bird sinning This beautiful morning in May. I look over the hills and the valley. That are clothed in verdant array Where lovely wild flowers are bloom- ing. This beautiful morning in May. I catch the first gleam of sunrising With Its glowing silvery ray Adding charm to the sparkling dew- drops This beautiful morning in May. The stream in the cap-rocked canyon Is quietly win...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 18. 1906. CANYON CITY NKWS. I'tililislifl Kvcry Friday Hv (JF.O. A . it A X DON Kntcrcil at I'o-tottiro nt Canyon Cil.. a Stiii1-CI Matter. Oltire f I'lililii-Htion. Vfk Kvrlyn Strt'tt ..PaiMTs i nt nt i f tin county promptly discontinued ;it expiration 'f timi' paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. i-ne. Year SI. 00 Six months oO ANNOUNCEMENTS. Election November 0 1900. For Suite Senator: J NO. W. VKALE I. K. DECKEH. Fur l'i-trict .hidnv 47th Judicial District .1. X. BRnWMXG. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: M. F. SLOVER A SaJFe Combina.tioiv Pure Raw Linseed Oil and Hammar Condensed Paint Possibly it has never omirred to you to think of iaint us unsafe." Hut It is: if for nothing else tlian t'n rsrt ici liy A "SAFE J iumdinaiiuw. PURE OI L AND Fir County Ju.lc-: .1. M. VAXSAXT A. N. HEXsoX For District and County (1-rk: .1. A. TATE F r Tax Assessor: P. JI. YL"XG Our Special Edition. Ere the close of next month The News intends to get out a special business or immigration edi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 13. 1906. ITOWN & county! Ct I'EKHOXAI. AND OTHEH MATTKHH THAT COXCKKN OVK CITJZKNH. The To w n I) u in p i n jj (j rou nils. A petition was being circulated Tuesday by Joe Foster asking the Commissioners' Court to sell the present refuse dumping grounds northeast ot town. Many signed it unconditionally others on the requirment that the court secure a more suitable location. Among the objections urged by the petitioners seeking the sale of the present site is its fearful condi- tion growing out of the decay of animal matter and the unbearable stench arising thereform. This it is stated makes living in the north- east part of the town not only un- healthy but decidedly uncomforta ble. The News does not hesitate to say that the objections are well taken and the situation should be relieved. It is the plain duty of the court to do this and without de- lay. Steps should be taken to se- cure the necessary ground further beyond the limits of tow it and until this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 18 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 18. 1906. 6 Itown & county! l'l.KsoNAl. AMI (ITHi:ii Santa Fe Side e MATTKHS a THAT OMT.I.'V HT! CITI7.KXS. Lights. A special tu the Dallas News from Austin relating to the an- nouncements of the several Tex- as railroads made to the State Kail way Commission in order to have their lines upon the coming official map contains the lollowing information en Sn.nta Fe Panhandle plaus: PkcOS VaLT.KV KXTKNiilON. The Santa Fe system's Pecos Valley lint-stile a profile of their nadiuthe Pauuandie tromCan- yon City to Piainview being a oiaivh of the Pecos Valley and Northeastern. It is officially "eported that the grading will be nearly completed by July 1 and that a good deal of the track will be laid. Van Zandt Han- Local Weather Kccortl From Friday of last to and in- cluding Friday (publication day) of his week. Saturday Last night another rain fell here so this day we had more mud which mud by the way is nothing at all unusual o far this year. Sunday Nice day str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 May 1906

New tiyon CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. MAY 25 1906. NO. 1 i City Commencement. Friday afternoon the crown- ing event of the week came off the graduating exercises. The school hall was beautifully dec- orated with the class colors class motto and fragrant flower's. The program was well pre- pared and every number ren- dered to the pleasure and profit of all present. The music bot'i instrumental and vocal- was pronounced of a high grade. As the Board of Education re- quired one more grade for grad- uation the class this year was small. Nevertheless the com mencement exercises were in- teresting and inspiring. The crowded hall proved the in- terest of our citizens in their school. Canyon City has rea- sons to be proud of her schools; for they are abreast with the times in all their lines of work. Here every boy and girl who puts forth the effort can be well prepared for life's duties. The next feature of commence- ment was the lecture on the "Model Citizen" by Rev. J. "VViufor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 25. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS. IMihlislicl Kvery Kri.l.iy Hy (i KoTaT liKA "N 1 6 N Kntrrril at l'.t.mf M Cutty.. 11 City n Soroml-Clai Matter. Office of Polilimtinn. Wnl Kvrlyn Strrrt J'.'ijhts suit out if tli- comity promptly discontinued nt expiration f tlinc paid fur. SUBSCRIPTION. i!t Y(or $1.00 Six months ..10 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Election November t 1900. For State Senator: .1X0. W. VKALE D. K. DECK Ell. For District .hid-v 47th .Iui--ial District .1. N. BRnWMXG. For Sheriff and Tax ColWtur: M. F. S LOVER r 1 3 For County .ludire: .1. M. VANSAXT A. X. HENSOX 3 For District and County Clerk: J. A. TATE F ir Tax ss. s- r: P. II. VOCXG For County Treasurer: S. V. WIRT Tlie Monuments to lim IIu&f.' Who knows but what Govern- or Hogg's suggestion with re- spect to a monument may be the beginning of a great and neces- sary reform in that line?" To many -people it has seemed strange that we have clung so tenanciously to the foolish cus- tom of seeking to perpetuate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 25. 1906. 5C0UWTY: PKUHONAh AND OTIIKK MATTKKH THAT CONCKlt.N OU CITIZK.VH Commencement Exercises. Many high schools in this State make their closing exercises elabo- rate in detail and much in quantity. Frequently a whole month of the term and perhaps six weeks is taken up in 4 'getting'' and practicing pieces gymnastics and the at- tempt on the part of some of the advanced pupils to acquire a portion of Paderweski's wild breaks at the piano. This makes a reat show to be sure but it takes up valuable time at expense of both patron and pupil. It is amusing to the pupil admittedly but it is un- doubtedly lost motion in the great Randall County Crops. The acreage in small grain is much larger than usual and its con- dition at this date is all that 'could be asked for. Another rain be- tween now and June 15 will finish up this crop in so far as required moisture is concerned. With this rain at the proper time a large yield in bushels is practically as- sured as we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 25 May 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. MAY 18. 1906. ilUVVNCtULlUN I I; - c I'KttsnNAl that i iivrnn m i; itiiiias. AMIOTHIK M ATTK ! - PS One Price to All. I he Buckk-n patent medicine man wm in to see tins office Tues- .!.i y evening with a pi oposi'ion l.-i.-m his people to run a v early ad e!tiinz contract with The News. ; til We didn't trade. This office h. s but one price fur all the foreign a v. ell as the local tradesman. Th News has a few of these outside ads to be sure but they have to pay just wli.it ur k.ca! pet-pie can have space at on the same time lono.icts. The contracts we have . a tins line .-1 are on file in this office mdse shall he dad to txh.bit the in to oar local dealers and mare than -ilad to make contracts with 1 ar own townsmen upon precisely i the same terms This has been tiie policy of The News editor tor years and when lie has to depart therefrom he will qJt the news- paper busines. How many of our exchanges can say as much? HI IIHHITi '""V' "'T'" " "' nu- V .1 .Minimum 'g;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 June 1906

New anyom VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. JUNE 1 1906. NO. 12 c City OUR SPECIAL EDITION. '"The bent l.iiil Hellenics ' mice and men of t gangn'lre." So said the pride O' Scotland and thus it has been with us on our tirst contemplated business edition. An unfortunate acci- dent at Texico laid out Edwin Hayes the man who solicited .subscribers for it and did some and was to do all of the writing. Mr. Hayes fell off a car and in falling broke his leg between the knee and ankle. The edition planned and an- nounced in last week's News was to be written entirely by Mr. Hayes. It was really to be his edition in so far as the num- ber of copies sold by him but no further. Now owing to the accident mentioned Mr. Hayes is incapa- ble of carrying out his end of the contract and the News man- agement under certain condi- tions not necessary to mention here will issue not the editiou at tirst planned with Mr. Hayes; but one of its own get-up writ- ten by its own stall' and for whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 1 June 1906

CANYON CITY NKWS.j l'tiltlisli.M) Kv.rv Tritl'iy y (1KO. A. 11RANDON l iil r-il tit lNctolliir at Canyon t'it. n vtiiiiiI I Matter. Ottirr nf I'hIiI i(Hl ion. W r- Kvrlyn street I'npt-fs tit ut of th-- county promptly om iiui' '1 :it i''ir;itim-i of time p;ii fur. j srKSCKlPTION. j t Ytur Sl. Six aiunihs Paiivt (? ANN Ol' NT KM KNTS. Klection November (i. 1 i h For Stile S t n ; 1 1 i' : .INO. W. VF.ALE 1 WWW PF.i 'KKK. F District .lu.l-.' 47th District .!. X. KRnWNlXO. .fn.1i.ial l"..r ln-riff and Tax C l---1 r: M. F. SLOVFR !'..! (""i:ut- .Infi:e: .1. M. VAXANT A. N. HENsnX 1'. .r D i T rii-t ami '.mnty - k : .1. A. TAT F. F..rTax P. 11 ('.. nit v Tr.' Vi tFNCi V. WIRT DEMAND FUR MONEY. Going to This Season ? Has the point on your liouse ever h ink five years! If am mar Taint will stick five years! Because Tl)pcientinl quali- fications of a 1 -i tins paint viz. . pc rfe tly W.'ntlt'ti .iL!ii)ciits mill pure ii;ol oil. are what you pet when Ham mar Paint is Usf'if. To -f. ot l nor ...

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