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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 26. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS PnbHfiheri Every Friday. By GEO. A. BRANDON Y.ntrvrA xl Plittif t Canyon City a Sfcoml-ClaKf Hitter. otfirf of rl.li-Atiiii Wrtt F.vrlvu Street. rnpere out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months ft? 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. have caught lots of cotton unopened and wherever this was so whether on the Plains or off that much of the crop is Inst. As The News stated in a former issue extremes in weath...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 26. 1906. .'TOWN 3 COUNTY! . .- Q ft I'l'.liSONA I. AMI O TIIKIi M.VTTKHS fl 'i HAT CONCICUX M'K CITIZICNS. Local Weather Record lloU'niaii Paragraphs. lift" Saturday Sunday Monday Saturday night the threatened storm from the north broke on this country and not within the memory of our oldest Texan has anything so severe visited us this early in the year. The wind came from a little east of north and with it rain snow and sleet until it looked more like Febru- ary than the latter days of Octo- ber. This very disagreeable weather lasted over Sunday and well into Monday. Tuesday The day opened clear and with the rising of the sun the icicles commenced to drop the ground to thawind water slush and mud was again the order all about town. "Wednesday Thuuseay Friday Wednesday the sunshinedand yesterday and today we are en- joying once more beautiful clear fall weather with every appear- ance that regular winter is still a long way off. I. W. McClure Withdraws. To...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 October 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. OCTOBER 20. 190G. llalroad Hereford. Communications were received from J. R. Ransom this week stating that the company which he repre sents is now ready to begin work on the Panhandle Short Line Road" and that actual operations will com mence as soon as our citizens com ply with their part of the contract in the way of cash bonus and right- of-way. The terms on which we are to secure the road round houses general offices for Texas and other accessaries are extremely easy and the committee ought to be able to arrange this part of the pro gram in two or three days. Only $ i j ooo cash and the right of way through the town are asked and a community with as much enter prise and push as this one will never halt for a moment in raising this small amount. Hereford Brand. In New Zealand the state advan- ces sums of money to settlers at low interest on the security of their holdings in order to assist them to develop the capabilities of their lands. The railways postoffices...

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

any on- City New VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2 1906. NO. 32 C ill 4 4 4 4 -J -J v 4 4 4 4 -1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A Few "Ey ners" For November Following are a few of the many articles to be had this month at the Canyon Mercantile Co. at "pick-up last is as good as the first: prices. Read the entire listthe At. Globe Flour: It is stated that a woman's cooking abilities is gauged by her bread. The bread that mother used to make was not one whit better than you can bake if you use GLOBE Flour. It makes light white bread and fluffy pies and cakes. Many of the best housekeepers in Canyon City will take no othei Per Hundred every day in week $2.50 Special: Flour at price of . . the On MONDAY'S ONLY WE will sell you 1 Sack No More of our famous Globe. extremely low $1.00 Special: On THURSDAY'S ONLY we will sell you 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for 1.00 Only -0 lbs sold to one family. .A Plains Ground Meal -r " 33c 3-lb Nigger Head Tomatoes can st. . 10c Justi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 2. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS Pnulished Every Friday. By GEO. A. BRANDON Entrird at Pontoffiw at Canyon City a SroBd-Cla Mittrr. OBire of rubliction Went Evelyn Strwt. sound City Government than in Canyon City. BAILEY ON HEARST. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six monies 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 AT. 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. Gorier. The City Election. Tomorrow is the day for the city election. The tickets print- ed by order of the County Judge will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. POPULAR NOTION EXPLODED ' Idea That Pastors' Sons Usually Go Ruinous Bout Quickest 13 Scoffed At. It has long been a popular no- tion that clergyman's sons are less likely to achieve distinction In life than the children of laymen says the Detroit News. This is prob- ably due to the fact that when a clergyman's son goes to the dogs in a fashion that attracts public notice his father's calling is al- ways lugged into the story but when the son of a lawyer or of a member of any other profession disgraces himself in a. similar war no account is taken of the rela- tionship. Ilishop Welldon has proved the popular notion to be a fallacy. In an article which he has jnst published in the Fort-j nightly Review in London ho shows that against the 510 and 8770 children of lawyers and doc- tors respectively who have won eminence in English history 1250 sons of the parsonage have at- tained fame. The list includes among philosophers CudworthJ Ilartley Hobbes Reid Dugald Stewart...

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

CANYON CITY NEWS QUEEN'S GIFT DID NO GOOD; RAISING OF PHEASANTS. WHAT TUSKEGEE IS DOING. Child's Reward for Industry Appro- priated by Her Heartless Relatives. There are many stories told of the queen of Italy's act of kind- ness to her ioor subjects. The following however shows that even the pod intentions of queens are not always fulfilled. Her ma- jesty recently noticed a pleasant- faced little girl and the queen spoke to her. There was a shoit conversation and the queen asked the child what she could do in the way of needlework. "I can knit stockings siguora." replied the girl. "lo you know who I am?" continued the queen. "Yes signora ; you are the queen." Well then make me a pair of stocking and send them to the palace." A few days afterward the arti- cles arrived and the queen in re- turn for the pift. sent the child a beautiful pair of silk stockings one filled with sweets the other containing money. Xext day the queen received a letter from hev little friend as follows: "Sip...

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

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 2. 1906. ITOWW 3 county! IIVIlu i it-at iimi . . ......... Mlf i m iifki..tKi.i ..... Delay in Stock Shipments. There are now some ten train loads of cattle awaiting ship ment here. They are being held all about town many of them on short grass at great expense by the shippers And aside from this expense to say nothing of the worry attendant on delay and uncertainty combined the stock are shrinking in market value every day. A "shortage of cars" is the excuse rendered by the railroads. This the shippers from their conversation are not inclined to believe and in their desperation they are appealing not only to the State Commission but to the National authorities at Wash- ington. The situation is indeed a hard proposition from the shippers standpoint but if the public car- riersthe railroads are as they say doing all they can in the premises The News fails to see wherein these appeals to the gov- ernment either State or Nation- al will do any good. A Snap 17...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 2. 1906. The Hell-Bound Train. Tom Gray lay down on the bar room floor Having drank so much he could drink no more. So he fell asleep with a troubled brain And dreamed that he rode on a hell-bound train. The engine with blood was red and damp And brilliantly lit with a brim- stone lamp; For fuel an imp was shoveling bones While the furnace rang with a thousand groans. The boiler was tilled with lager beer And the devil himself was the engineer. The passengers made such a motley crew Church members atheist gen- tile and Jew; Rich men in broadcloth and beggars in rags; Handsome young ladies and withered old hags; Yellow and black men red brown and white All chained together! What terrible sight! The train dashed on at an awfu pace And a hot wind scorched the hands and face Wilder and wilder the country grew And faster and faster the engine flew. Louder and louder the thunder crashed And briirhter and brighter the lightning flashed. Hotter and hotter the air ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 November 1906

Canyon City News.- VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1906. NO. 38 OUTDOOR THE" 5 Following are a few of the many articles to be had this month at the Canyon Mercantile Co. at "pick-up last is as good as the first: prices. Read the entire listthe Globe Flour: It is slated that a woman's cooking abilities is gauged by her bread. The bread that mother used to make was not one whit better than you can bake if you use GLOBE Flour. It makes light white bread and Huffy pies and cakes. Many of the best housekeepers in Canyon City will take no other Per Hundred every day in week 2 $2.50 Special: Flour at price of. . the On MONDAY'S ONLY WE will sell you 1 Sack No More of our famous Globe extremely low $1.00 Special: On THURSDAY'S ONLY" we will sell yon 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for I. Only -0 lbs sold to one family. Plains Ground Meal 8"i: J-lb Nigger Head Tomatoes can st.. 1 in- justice Corn .'! cans for i'.'c Pumpkins o i-lb cans for '27k: String Beans H 2-1 b cans fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 9. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS Pnblished Every Friday. By GEO. A. BRANDON F.atrrrd at Pott office at Canyos City an SFron4-C!a. Hit nr. Oflic of Publication Wwt F.vrlya StrM. Papers -nt out of the county proinptly discontinued at expiration of-time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year -.- $1.00 Six months 50 The City Election. 146 votes were polled which is about three-fourths of the total voting strength of the two sec- tions within the incorporate lim- its. There was no strictly "an- nounced" candidates for any of the offices but gradually public sentiment had gathered around two "made-up" tickets one pub- lished in last week's News and the other published in The Daily Panhandle of recent date and known as the "Walker ticket." The only ballots printed in this office were those headed "official ballot" and ordered by the county judge. These bal- lots had no printed names on them. The other ballots used at the polls had on them the printed "Walker ticket." Thi last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 9. 1906. sTOWNS COUNTY! 2 . I'KKHONAl. AMI OTIIICK M ATTIC 1(8 9 THAT CONI'ICUX Ol'lt CITIZKNH. 9 ft The City Government. Mayor Jasper N. Hanoi' Marshal Brent C. Taylor. J. F. Smith D. A. Parle. Geo. L. Abbott Aldermen J. T. Service T. II. Rowan This ticket received indorse- ment at the polls Saturday and until the general election in April next will constitute the govern- ment of Canyon City. Personally the men are alright and in addition they have the ca- pacity for the work before them. It is no little thing or easy matter to put the incorporation harness on a people unused to it and to hold it there. If put on all at once they generally as did Hereford SanAngelo and several other good Texas towns buck out of it. To succeed you must lay on one strap at a time and be right easy about that. There are also many other pit- falls to be guarded against in the new organization of a town such as the granting of electric lights water franchises telephone priv- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 November 1906

..---i;--vvv r.ll1rii...ri.rJf .t 1Tr . . t . Jrfilff-tfnWrilrTrtffrYiiiYtrjJVvt"ff .r-.v-; v. cv.:. .rvv.;. -vt.. - . .:t . . . . . . - - " ' - -- - ........ .. v. . : -.- - .t-ii : t - '. Sr:y4.'r-jfVtlMXUt CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 9. 1906. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. M. STEWART IPbysldan an& Surgeon Office Thompson Drug Store. Callspromptly answered night ordaj to. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON offici-TWOMPSON DRUG STORE. DR. S. L INGHAM -DENTIST- Canyon National liank Jtniltlin j ALL WORK WARRANTED. Rollins &Cranford LAWYERS. CIVIL PRACTICE SOLICITED. Furnishing Abstracts of Title by one of our young men carried a bpeciality and business in this home and set up but as he failed HOFFMAN PARAGRAPHS. Mrs. A. 13. Cage and Emma Hoffman -went to Hereford last week on business. C. II. Hitchcock went to Ama- rillo Monday. J. C. Womble has purchased one of J. L. Prichard's lino Jer- sey cows. Gran Womble and wife "of Hereford are visiting their pa- rents this week. Miss MHi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 November 1906

New nyon VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16 1906. NO. 34 City Public School Notes. Thinking that the parents will be interested in seeing some- thing of the work of the school we give a few notes. Those who visit the school or pass the building when the pupils are passing know that we have about as many as the teaching force can handle. Thus far we have enrolled yO. The daily attend- ance has been good in all the rooms and the pupils have been doing good work when it was possible for them to do good work. For sometime it was im- possible for the book men to sup- ply all the books that were need- ed. At the present there are only a few books needed and the demands will be met soon. The grade cards for the second month were sent out last week and we hope that those interest- ed in the advancement of pu- pils will give the cards careful attention. The report gives a very complete record of the work. If any of the grades are not sat- isfactory it will be advisable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS Published Every Friday. By GEO. A. BHANDON Eitrrrd at rostofflc t Canyon City as Stroad-ClaM Mttrr. OBI re of Publication Wrt Kvrlyn Mrrtt. Papers sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months M Our Community Interest. Man is a selfish creature! He has this principle born in him from the very beginning of tilings. It was placed there no doubt so that in primitive ages he could the better lay up store against the hour of need for his family and his kin people the tribe or clan to which he be- longed This principle of selfishness or self preservation implanted not only in man but almost the entire animal creation has not lost one jot or title on account o the advance of modern civiliza tion; if any difference it ha rather increased in proportion as our tastes are cultivated. An ciently the bulk of mankind was satisfied if the actual material wants of the day and season were forthcoming now we borro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 16. 1906. fTOWN & COUNTY! r 0 l'KltSOXAI. AM) OTIIKK l ATTKIIH q ft ft 0 THAT CONCKKN OIH CITIZKNH. ft ft ft Notice Mass Meeting To the Citizens and Business men of Canyon Ciy and contigu ous territory; You are hereby requested to assemble in the District Court room at the Court House at 10 oclock A M. Mon- day Nov. 10 19(H) to form a Commercial Club or such other named organization as you deem proper for the promotion of the businesss prosperity of our city. Respectfully Jasper N- Haney. Mayor. City Property For Sale. Four acres well improved residence well windmill etc. in edge of town: one block just east of Sheriff Slover's residence also a five room house at present occupied by II. J. Cavett. For prices and terms apply to Mrs. Eakman its Canyon City Texas J. II. Hall has purchased from J. F. Taylor the John Dean place consideration SI 900. Most of the county officers qualified and were sworn in again Tuesday. KeiserHros. and Phillips made several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 16. 1906. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. M. STEWART pbpstcian anfc Surocon Ofhce Thompson Drug Store. Calls promptly answered night or da? Geo. J PARSONS fit. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON onom THOMPSON DRUG STORE. DR. S. L. INGHAM -DENTIST- Canyon National Bank Buildinyf ALL WORK WARRANTED. Rollins & Cranford LAWYERS. CIVIL PRACTICE SOLICITED. Furnishing: Abstracts of Title a Speciality and business in this line will be appreciated. MAYOR HANEY'S ADDRESS. JASPER tt. HANEY - - LAWYER - - Have had years of experience m Texas Courts and will practice in all the higher courts of the Panhan die. Land titles examined. Office West Side of Square. R. A. SOWDER LAWYER. PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS. Abstracts of Canyon City and Ran dall County. CANYON. - - TEXAS. B. FRANK BUIE LAWYER CANYON CITY TEXAS. Will practice in nil the State Courts. Examine Titles to Texas Lands for all Purchasers who desire such work Non-resident land owners represent ed" in general: Contracts of nil kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 November 1906

V Canyon City Ne. N VOL X. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1906. NV r 7 r MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP. Its enemies the Corporations Have Organized and are trying to Indi- rectly buy up the Country Newspapers. The rapid spread of the mu- nicipal ownership idea in this country so common and success- ful in Europe has thoroughly alarmed some corporations and they are now organising for the battle of 100H. One of the neatly arranged plans of these cormorant private corporations is to reach the com- mon people through the country press and to do this they have seemingly hit upon to them no doubt the happy idea of appeal- ing to and offering to supply free of all cost one of the most urgent needs of the average country newspaper. Their.prop- osition is to furnish "free of all charges" an already set-up page after page "on the conservative side of this question." The let- ter addressed to the Canyon City News read as follows. "In view of the general inter- est in Municipal Ownersh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER Z3. 1906. CANYON CITY NEWS Published Every Friday. lly GEO. A. H RAN DON Entered t PoMoflirr t Canyon City as Second-Clan Matter. Office of Publication West Evelyn Street Pit jKTfl sent out of the county promptly discontinued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Sii months 0 Thursday the 20th is Thanks- giving Day and Governor Im- hara calls on the people of Texas to celebrate the day by "giving thanks'unto Almighty God for the prosperity with which our State and Union are blessed." Local Weather Record The record for this week be- ginning Saturday night will show one of the greatest snow falls on the Plains ever witness- ed by man during the month of November. Snow fell' constant- ly for almost two days and nights. Just how deep it would have been on the level is hard to say as the northeast wind which accompanied it came with such force as to carry it nearly every- where. The drift was almost blinding and travel was practi- cally...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 November 1906

CANYON CITY NEWS. NOVEMBER 23. 1906. $ FIVE CENTS PER LINE f (g will be charged for gn CARDS OF THANKS. V NJj OBITUARY notices p) (2 TRIBUTES OP RESPECT. S) POETRY. AND CHURCH FESTIVALS SAND ENTERTAINMENTS WHERE AO-y IS MISSION FEE IS CHARGED ONE 0) J PRICE TO ALL. TO ASCERTAIN COST COUNT S WORDS TO THE LINE ORDI- y NARY CHURCH NOTICES FREE. p) fTOWW 3 county! - ft I'KUHO.VAI AMtOTIIKIt M ATTIC KH ft THAT CONCICUN OUIt CITIZKNH. ft ftlft Sleighs come into use again on our streets this week. Snow took the place of real estate in moving about this week. I. C. Jenkins will soon have his house ready for occupancy. Let Axtell & Co. put a concrete foundation under your house. Hereford is still talking about her "Panhandle Short Line" that is to be. Amarillo is still short on what the Daily Panhandle calls "her Santa Fe bonus " If you are in need of anything in the Drug line we kindly ask you to call on Thompsons Drug Store. Hereford elects a Mayor and rive aldermen on the 2bth. All ki...

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