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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 September 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1906. NO. 26 4 OUR SHO AT COST!! '' VVVV TTTTTT V V V V V V V V V V V V V r V r V T V V V V V r V V V V V r V V V V V V V V V V V V C C V V C V r r c C ' n ALL AT COST! Men's Shoes and Boots Ladies' Shoes Misses Shoes School Shoes in fact everything in the House in Shoes goes at cost price from this date September 21 until October 1st Come and get first choice while the stock is com plete. Come and get your Winter Shoes at TUAL COST! ..From The.. imini ALL AT COST! -J BE YDL ME RCA NTILE CO Floydada Railroad. The Hesperian of Floydada has the following to. say concerning their proposed railroad: "The contract of the committee with the Santa Fe Railway Com- pany reached here Thursday and was signed and sent back Friday too late for publication last week. The terms of the contract are as follows: The Company agrees to have their road in operation through the county not later than Jan. I 1908. No bonus required e...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21. 190G. CANYON CITY NEWS. Published Kvory Kriilny liy VrEoTA . H RAN1)0 X Kiitcred at PostoltW nt Cnnynn ftty n Srcoiiil-nni Matter. Ofller of I'uliliralion. Wot F.vrlvn Mrrrt Tapers sdit out of promptly discontinued of time paid for. the county t expiration Company in the hands of JSt vi- ator Bailey of Tex a? with pov cr of attorney to handle for him as the Senator saw tit. Mr. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $L00 Six months W The Daily Panhandle The News notes with sincere regret that the Daily Panhandle a truly meritorious daily news- paper and the only one worthy of the name that the Panoandle ever had is considering suspen- sion on account of the lack of advertising patronage. Amarillo with her present size and abundant prosperity and her very lively prospect for as much again or even more can well afford to give a liberal sup- port to tucb a newspaper as the Daily Panhandle has provt-n it- self to be and failing to 'grasp this opportunity as she seems abo...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21. 1906. c Hardware -Co. J. C. PIPKIN R. Q. OLDHAM Successors to Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co. TM H AK MILL A rat ft The Simplest Stoutest Lightest Running Longest Life and maae of the best material. The wheel is made of the best selected POPLAR sawed into OAK rim and bradded. The arms of OAK being bolted and clipped to rim in such a manner as to make it the most substan- tial MILL made. The wrist pin is threaded and screws into the face plate with lock nut on the back side so it is impossible for it to get loose and come out and cause some serious break. It has a square piston with three bearings where other Mills only have two bearings. THE STAR MILL controls itself in a high wind better than any other mill made. THE STAR WOOD WHEEL WINDMILL being one of the oldest and most substantial Windmills used on the Plains you can not make a mistake when you buy one from us. We will always give you the very best prices. t Come and see our large stock of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 21 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 21. 1906. It Itoww x county! PKHSOXAI. AND OTHKII MATTKUS THAT CONCKHN Ol ll CTT1ZKNS. Incorporation Referring to the petition elsew here and the order of the county Judge calling for an election thereon The News is inclined to believe that in such election incorporation will carry by larjje majority. One rea- son for this belief is that Geo. L. Abbott who carried the petition so- liciting signers stated that not a single man approached refused his signature. Of course this within itself is not sufficient grounds for taking the position that all who signed and in proportion-all others who did not sign will vote for in corporation but a majority of them no doubt will and this will carry it through. It must not be thought that in corporation within itself is sufficient far from it for without an active and efficient set of officers to carry it out the thing is a failure to be gin with. We will need a public spirited man with a good business head for Mayor a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 September 1906

Canyon ' City News. VOLx7 CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1906. NO. 27 A Variation Everybody has beard of the man who could have bought one- half the state of Texas for a pair of boots once in his life but who failed to make the deal be- cause he did not have the boots. The Nebraska state fair was held in Lincoln last week and the city was full of visitors. On Thursday evening a gentleman somewhat advanced in years and clad in a suit of clothing that did not fit very well sat on the Lindell Hotel corner and watched the passing crowd. Three or four travelling men representing firms having exhib- its at the fair grounds were sit- ting near and they engaged in conversation with the stranger. "Live in Nebraska uncle?" queried one. "Yes I've lived in Nebraska a long time" replied the elderly man. "Pretty good state isn't?" "There's none better that I've seen." It has developed wonderful- ly has'nt it uncle?" "Yes sir; it has had a great prosperity. lean hardily real- iz...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 28. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS Published Kvory Friday Hv (TlX. A . H K A NOON Fntrml at I'oMofltrr t Onnj-on City. a Scrotul Cla Mattrr. Office of Publication Wp-t Evrlvn Slrt I'njHTK mnt out of the county promptly discontinued t explrntlon of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. rV )"rar SI-00 Six monhs 50 NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the News and the county ticket. Those given for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Veale. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Judge A. N. Henson. For County Attorney- - A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For. Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Goter. BRVAX AND HIS CHITICST Since the days of George Washington no private Amer ican citizen has stood higher in the esteem of bis fellows and in the eyes of the world gener al...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS SEPTEMBER 28. 1906 THE OR Canyon Hardware Co. J. C. PIPKIN R. G. OLDHAM Successors to Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co. IGINAL STAR MILL The Simplest Stoutest Lightest Running Longest Life and made of the best material. The wheel is made of the best selected POPLAR sawed into OAK rim and bradded. The arms of OAK being bolted and clipped to rim in such a manner as to make it the most substan- tial MILL made. The wrist pin is threaded and screws into the face plate with lock nut on the back side so it is impossible for it to get loose and come out and cause some serious break. It has a square piston with three bearings where other Mills only have two bearings. THE STAR MILL controls itself in a high wind better than any other mill made. THE STAR WOOD WHEEL WINDMILL being one of the oldest and most substantial Windmills used on the Plains you can not make a mistake when you buy one from us. We will always give you the very best prices. Come and see our large stock o...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 28 September 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS SEPTEMBER 28. 1906 TOWN & COUNTY! . - m Z VKUSOXAl. AMI OTHKIt MATTKWS THAT COXCKliX OIK CITIZKNN. PETITION TO INCORPORATE. The following petition was pre- sented to the county Judge Satur- day and on Monday he entered an order calling for an election tor Saturday Sept 29 The peti- tion with its signers is as follows: To the Honorable J. M.Vansant County Judge of Randall County Texas: Your Petitioners herein residents of Canyon City in said County and State and legal voters therein would respectfully show your honor that this town Canyon City con- tains over one thousand inhabitants within its proposed limits and would further ask that you order an elec- tion as prescribed by law to deter mine whether or not this town be incorporated under Title XVIII Re- vised Statutes of Texas applying to "Cities and Towns" under the name and with boundaries as fol- lows: Name. Canyon City and con- taining within its corporate limits two square miles with metes and bounds as f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS OCTOBER 5. 7906 CANYON CITY NEWS TuMiRhed Every Friday By GEO. A. BRANDON Entered at rostoOire at Canyon City m Serond-ClaM Matter. Office of Publication Vttt Evelyn Street. Pa pits sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year...:. $1.00 Six months HO NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the News and the county ticket. Those given for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Veale. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Judge A. N. Henson. For County Attorney A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. GoDer. ON THE RIGHT TRACK. Refering to the recent election incorporating the town The News is convinced that we as a community are on the right track towards gaining what all good cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 5. 1906. jTOWN & COUNTY? PKItHONAL AND OTHKK MATTKII8 THAT CONCERN OUR CITIZENS. ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftft Notice the new ad about the town of Happy. Wilson carries a nice line of Tablets Pencils Pens Ink etc. Rev. Robeson conducted an all day service at Day Sunday. BORN Friday Sept. 29th. to Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Scott a girl. Fine Candies Best in town at Wilson's. Rev. W. H. Younger of Chan ning is in town today. BORN: Sept. 20th to Mr. and Mrs. John Diamond a girl. The Amarillo papers in recording a visit af Tom Rowan now call him "the base ball promoter." BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Cobb at Tulia sometime" last week a boy. s Work has begun on the founda tion for the big concrete building on the south side of the square. Mr. Key of Amarillo passed through our midst last week enroute to Texico. .. Howard Stephenson has returned and is now with the Fulton Lum- ber Company. H. C. Rogerson of Corpus Christi nrrivpH vpstprrln 1 nn annual visit. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 5 October 1906

The Solar System. In all the heavens with the ex- ceptions of passing meteors or meteorities not one body occ pies a position closer to the earth than the moon which is some 340000 miles away very far of course side by side with any earthly dis- tances but a mere fraction side by side with other astronomical dis- tances. Next to the moon our nearest occasional neighbor is Venus and then Mars. Both Venus and Mars however are often far- ther away from us th3n the sun which remains always at some where about the same distance roughly at from 90000000 to 93000000 miles. This dividing space between sun and earth is of great importance in thinking about the stars and it should be clearly impressed upon the mind. Next to the sun in point of nearness come the more distant planets Jupiter which is about five times as far from the sun as our earth is; Saturn nearly twice as far as Jupiter; Uranus nearly twice as far as Saturn and Nep- tune nearly three times as far as Saturn. All these planet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 October 1906

Canyon City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12 1906. NO. 29 t4 Farmer Shaw to Young Men. Young man slow up. The pace you are setting is a killing one. You may think that you are making a stunning start in life but it is a start that will distance you in the end. Don't t go to fast my lad. "Slow and sure" has taken down more pur- ses than any other racer that ev- er went around the track. You are smoking half a dozen cigars a day slow up that means a home in twenty years. You are buying all the clothes that come in town slow up that means a farm in twenty years. Besides all the glad rags in the world never yet made a man. You are talcing an occasional drink with good intentions not to become a habitual boozer. Slow up the road to hell is paved with good intentions. You are winning the smiles of some silly girl spending all you can upon her. Slow up a wife won in this way is worse than the seven year itch because it lasts longer. You are gambling a little now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS Published Every Friday Hy GEO. A. BRANDON Kntrird t Postoflic at Canyon City as Srrond Class Matter. Offlc of PnMioation. West F.vflyn Srrt. ropers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 0 NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the News and the county ticket. Those given for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Veale. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Judge A. N. Henson. For County Attorney- - A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Gober. THE LOCAL MERCHANT. Some of our exchanges are harp- ing on the "catalogue" buyer and his want of local pride public spirit etc. in sending off for his goods to the detriment of his home mer- chant and neighborhoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 12. 1906. jTOWNfl COUNTY? Q I'ICIiHONAI AM) OTirUIt MATTIMJW (t THAT CONCKUX OL'K CITIZKXK. etD L. L. Monroe moved on the J. A. Edwards (Lofton place) last week. Judge Eakman was at Artesia this week on business. Mrs. R. W. O'Keefe on Saturday went to Port Worth on a visit to relatives. Lee Shifflett and family left Mon- day evening for Kansas City to be gone about six weeks. Dr. M. L. Williams while here bought the S. V. Gentry section 6 miles north of town. R. W. O'Keefe is on his ranch this week looking after the ship- ment of his yearlings. Mrs. D. M. Stewart is attending the grand chapter of the Eastern Star at Ft. Worth. O. C. Davis has purchased from Rev. W. B. Wilson the old Vansant place across the railroad. Mrs. J. I. Campbell and Miss Jessie Long leave today for the Dallas Fair. G. R. Stratton and wife leave this evening for the Dallas Fair and to visit relatives down that way. Miss Ethel Cavet of McGregor is visiting friends and relatives in tow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 12 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 12. 1906. A Sermon on Hate. People have been known to spend the greater portion of their lives lying about their neighbors; and they seem to delight in it says Bent Murdock. Jealousy is the apprehension of superiority; and wherever you find jealousy you find narrowness and hypocrisy. Many people go through the world hating others because they are richer smarter or more prosperous than they and it must be a most On Their Way. During a newspaper men's convention a number of journal- ists were one afternoon talking of the tricks of "the faithless types" when "Marse" Henry Watterson said: "While I've heard of a great many funny typographical breaks in my time about the oddest and most humorous transposition of the types that ever came within my observa tion was that in a New York pa- miserable existence. We thank . per some years ago. .That sheet the Lord every day that we dont j used to print its shipping news on the same page with the obit- uaries. Imagine th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 October 1906

Gatiyom City News. VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19 1906. ' NO. 30 PLAINS COTTON CROP. The lower Plains counties begin- ning at Swisher just south of us and extending on have passed the experimental stage with regard to cotton. This staple there for sev- eral years back has in yield per acre come well up if it has not sur- passed the best land of the central portion of the State. And the con- tention of The News has been and is now that Randall and adjacent counties up this way Deat Smith and Castro joining us on the West could also succeed with cotton if the crop was given proper atten- tion. In proof of this position The News among other cases cited P. FriemePs crop at Umbarger for two years in succession. Mr. Friemel's turnout was three bales off eight acres which for the cultivation given and the condition of the land The News considered a good yield. Notwithstanding the fact as in Mr. Friemel's case that cotton has proven its adaptation to our soil and cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 19. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS Pnbllshed Every Friday. By GEO. A. BRANDON F.ntrrfd at PostoWre at Canyon City Sfcond-Claiw Matter; Office or rublication Wwt Evrlja Street. Papers eent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 NOVEMBER ELECTION DEMOCRATIC TICKET The district so far as announced in the News and the county ticket. Those given for county office are the primary nominees. For State Senator John W. Veale. For Judge 47 Judicial District J. N. Browning. For County Judge A. N. Henson. For County Attorney A. S. Rollins. For County and District Clerk J. A. Tate. For Sheriff and Tax Collector M. F. Slover. For Tax Assessor Joe Foster. For County Treasurer S. V. Wirt. For Animal and Hide Inspector U. S. Gober. Evangelist Sam Jones died on the train near Perry Arkansas Monday of heart failure. He was ou his way from Oklahoma City where he had been conduct- ing a revival meeting to a fam-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 19. 1906. fTOWN 5 COUNTY P PEKHONAI- AND OTIIKIC MATTKKH $ tt THAT CONCKUN Ol.U ('ITIZKXH. The News is still gaining new subscribers. Bob Hileman is another one who is taking in the Dallas Fair. Ed Pipkin was among those going from here to the Dallas Fair. All our merchants seem to be do- ing a good business. It has already frosted in the low- lands of East and Central Texas. Fair visitors to Dallas have been having a wet time of it. The freight blockade still contin- ues at the depot. C. T. Word made one shipment of 13 cars of speyed 3-year old heif- ers this week. J. N.Cole formerly with "The Denver Road" is now freight cash- ier at the depot. The Fulton Lumber Company is moved in its new office south of the public square. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lester and daughter left Sunday for St. Louis to attend a Bankers convention. Mr. Boydston who moved here from Killeen in March loaded up his .goods Wednesday for a return to his old home in Bell County. Penan Reynold...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 19 October 1906

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 October 1906

New atiyom VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1906. NO. 31 c C ty Brain Leaks. The Commoner. A bird on the hat costs a plenty. Perfect faith means perfect trust. Only the foolish measure life by length of years. The man who loves his work seldom wants for a job. The wise man will not put his trust in the labels on the can. The man who boasts of his par- tisanship exposes his narrowness. The easist man to deceive is the man who thinks he knows it all. The father who is not a hero to his children should hasten to reform. Big successes are never won by taking little troubles home with you. Some people who imagine them- selves to be critics are merely faultfinders. People who get to heaven will first have to start tributary estab- lishments down here. The average man does not have to go far from home to rind a place to begin reform work. Good citizenship finds better ex- pression at the ballot box than in the street corner discussion. The public always suffers when...

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