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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 February 1902

err V 1 ' 1 Uiv TTTT 1( f . r v r - 1 i x CORN OATS BRAN HAY COTTON SEED MEAL AND FIELD SEEDS. They will buy in They will make HIGHEST CASH Two Valentines in One. She gazes into sparkling eyes that laughingly look back! She notes the sheen upon the hair so silky soft and black; Those tender curves about the mouth the dimple in the chin A nose retrousse just a mite and olive-tinted skin! Well might she gaze upon that face so fair to her so dear; She knows it in each changing mood its every smile and tear! She loves her charming vis a vis that winsome little lass For 'tis her own reflection as she stands before the glass! Judge. THE STATE OF TEXAS Randall County. Before me J. H. Garrison Clerk of the County Court in and for said County personally appeared the members of the Com- missioners' Court whose names are below subscribed who upon their oath do say: That the requirements ot Art. 867 Chapter 1 Title XXV of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas as amended by the regular sess...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 February 1902

1 77 . I tellers' Asso- Copyright 1(99 fey PRIVATE OFFICE. NO ADMITTANCE. One- of tin- drte-ctives tried tin's door mill foimil it leu-krd. Whereupon he plne-rd his j-lumliliT to it nnd prepared 10 fnrri- it in. "Unit n minute" said Sturgis; "let ir.p see if 1 eunnot open it." Tin- lietirtive stepped aside with a iiiie:il (xpussiou upon li is faee. "1 gu .Mm "ill find it pretty solid for Minr weight." said he. The 11 pinler look f roin li is pocket a pieee of In nt wire and. with a few dexterous tinns of the' wrist he shot the holt of the hielt. 'Yon would make nn expert craeks- mnn." said tlu detective. "I didn't know vou possessed that accomplish- me tit ones.' The ofiiee. iu addition to all your other four men entered the private The room was tpiite dark the slinKcrs bring closed and ihe Winds drawn. As their eyes became accus- tomed to the obscurity they were able to distinguish the outlines of a desk a table and a few chairs. .Suirfis went jjt once to a door in the corner. With...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 February 1902

T 7 i A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOOK-F ARMING. VOL V. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 271902. NO. 48 STAYER i V V THE PRIME STEER. Thp work of making the prime steer begins with the selection of the animal to be fed. The most successful producers of beef are more discriminating in the selection of their feeders than ever before. Uniformity of condition size type and quality is especially desired both by the producer and the packer. Prof. Herbert W Mumford chief of the department of animal husband- ry at the Illinois College of Agriculture in a recent lecture on characteristics of the prime steer gave a very lucid description of the type of animal most desired by the up-to-date dealers. Prof. Mumford declares that the butcher does not demand the blocky parallelogram form so much as he does a highly developed loin crops back thighs twist and rump. These sections pro- duce the high priced cuts; the animal should also show good depths and breadth furnish a large surface for fl...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 February 1902

t 1 THE STAYER. Eptered at the post office nt Can- yon Texas as second class mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson V. C. V. Mrs. R. Jf. Morgan Editor and Publisher. Mr. J. M. Vansant is now in the real estate business and so licits the patronage of the pub- ic. Give him a trial and be pleased at the results. tf SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeaut Sam W. T. Lanhara Rob John Captain J. T. Bobbett command- ing: Camp Stonewall Jackson makes the following- appoint- ments of comrades to attend the National lie-union at Dallas Texas April '2'2-fls IW2. From Hale county Col. ert Lemond. Floyd county Captain AVilson and Kight Light. Briscoe County J. II. Wright D. H. Sweeney. Swisher county J. W. F. Cowart and C. C. Derr. Armstrong" count) K. B. Rog- ers and J. T. Holland. Randall county J. C. Pipkin J. M. Vansant and Mrs. Morgan honorary member. It is hoped the sponsors and as many of the maids of honor as can do so will accompany the camp. If en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 February 1902

A CWlSf Beg to Announce to the Public that they have They HIG If you have headache dizzi- ness of vision watering of the eyes and letters running togeth- er you probably need glasses. Drs. Odell & Stewart can give you satisfaction. They are ex- perts in their line. Wright. My how the wind did blow yesterday and day before but today there is not wind enough to run the windmills. Farmers are beginning to complain about the ground get- ting dry and hard but it is very natural for people to murmur. HEST if THE PUBLIC Are always interested in any news that will save them a dollar. We have BARGAINS TO TALK ABOUT IN PURE pJESH GROCERIES Give us a call and see if you do not find it was your GOOD LUCK. Yours for Trade J. A. WANSLEY 5 CO. The Teachers' Institute held here last Friday and Saturday was well attended. Many in- teresting papers were read. We regret very much that other business that could not be neglected prevented us from from enjoying the pleasure of attending any of the se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 February 1902

. "v. M t fill f . J Viili-ii 1 rmk Copyright i8go. by Frederick A. Stoke Company.) crime. This would luivc bcm extreme- ly av. kv:ml. hince the accountant was vt rv likely in possession of some clnn- jr.TCCi i-ccrots. The t-afesl way cut of hc ciit:;;'iilty was to quietly suppress : !ic r.r.w uselivK bookkeeper. This plan v. a a ilcciilcil f.pon and would doubtless l.r.ve been carried into execution had not fate otherwise decreed. After the licrkkccpcr's death under the eireuni- ! t:.nocs which I have related it bceaii'C (; .:'i!c probable that the accotintant's c.ini'.ec.icn with the case would lie dis- covered: for luck had been against hr. from the start and he became u:ore and n-.orc entangled in the chain of circumstantial evidence of whose existence his leader was scon fully nvare. In the fust place the r.ccount- i:;it was wounded: and thus not only r.:irtially disabled but also what is f::r w or; e conspicuously marl ed. A r::t:i who carries his arm in a sling can !;.i:d!y f...

Publication Title: Stayer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 March 1902

V H N 21 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL V. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 61902. NO. 49 STAYER Beverly Uriels. After a week's silence we come again very newsy yon know as we always are. It has been so windy and dusty we couldn't hardly stay in the house much less get out to go to the post office or any- where else. No rain or snow yet. A food rrany of the farmers have their land all broken ready for. planting while others havn't commence to farm yet on account of the dry weather. Julius Pietzsch has been niak ing some more cattle trades. He bought from J. E. Pietzsch a bunch of 2-year-old yearlings at i'Jt dollars per head. We are very sorry to hear that Mrs. Doughty and little son have been quite sick with pneumonia but are improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Kent are the happy parents of a fine boy. Quite a number of people are attending court this week at Claude. Mother Derr has been spend- ing a week with her daughter Mrs. Doughty. Mrs W. H. Lemnjons spent last Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 March 1902

THE STAYER. Entered at the post office nt Can- yon Texas a second class mail in at tor. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jack son I". C. V. Mrs. !. If. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sara W. T. Lanbam We have lvceived the Initial num- ber of the Hrand. a monthly maga- zine published at Hereford It Is beautifully printed and very nicely arranged and we hope it will be ap- preciated to the extent of brilliant financial taiceees for lt proiuoten. With our X-Ray machine we are able to see exactly the con- dition of an injured or diseased bone or joint therefore are able to apply proper treatment at once. Drs. Odell & Stewart tf Canyon Texas. Judge Veale of Amarillo is out in a letter setting forth his reasons for not being a candidate for judge of this district. We have always liked Judge Veale and had hoped to see him fill the office he 18 eminently tit- ted for; but he took the wrong side of the prohibition question an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 March 1902

(JOKE? They will buy in large (Juantites and will give the best service. They will make it to your interest to trade with them. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR flfDES FURS AflD BO0ES. If you have headache dizzi- ness of vision watering of the eyes and letters running togeth- er you probably need glasses. Drs. Odell & Stewart can give you satisfaction. They are ex- perts in their line. Kansas City Stock Report. Kansas City Stock Yards March 1 1902. Cattle supplies cdntinue very light and prices to advance. The increase in values the past seven days amounts to fully iJ5 cents per hundred. The buyers show a willingness to make reasonable bids on all classes of stock that is wonderfully en- couraging to the producer. There have been no strictly choice export steers on the market this week the top for th? week being 0.(55. but good well finished cattle would bring from G.80 to 7.00 on today's market. P. M. Ecton Carroll- ton Mo. topped the heifer market for the season today with three h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 6 March 1902

7 Copyrlrhl 1199 by Frederick A. Stokes Company. Sprague There is n homely but ex- pressive mtapc concerning the danger of 'nior.koyinsr' with a buzz saw. Why. my dear friend did you 'n-.enkry' with Mr. Sturgis' bur.z saw. instead of stick- inp 1o your palette and maulstick? "Hut I fenr 1 am (Trowing parrulous. pentlempn. If I had time I hould like to explain to Mr.-Sturgis the details of some of the more important and in my humble opinion more brilliant ' schemes of which I have been the ah the promoter; for I dislike to be judged by the bungling operations which have so nearly caused me to lose this latest little game. I!ut this can- not be. 1 s-hall have to coin inue to con- fide to the pages of my journal as 1 have done for years the interesting events oTl may Eay. a somewhat re- rr.arkablf career which I hope will some :lay. after my death find' their way in print to public favor. My dream has always been that some such man as Mr. ?turis might ultimately edit these memoirs; but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 March 1902

THE STAY EM A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-PA RMING. VOL V. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 131902. NO. 50. - CO. R. M. PEELER & Land Agents CANYON CITY when tricksters shysters and politicians should be retired and a man sent it is now. We suggest Judge Gough of Hereford as the best man for the position if he will have it. He possesses every qualification and if he will accept the office we believe every good man in the district should rally to his support unless TEXAS sme equally good man does volunteer. Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property a Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. This district is sadly in need ot a suitable candidate for repre- sentative. The two gentlemen who are avowed candidates have so far as we know nothing to recommend them to popular favor. One of them is a third rate lawyer with neither ability experience or anything else to his credit. One is a man of unu- sua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 March 1902

THE STAYER. Entered at the post office at Can yon Texas an second clans mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall fackion U. C. V. Mrs. R. If". Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham Confederate Reunion Association. uisianc Dallas Texas Feb. 22 1902. To U. C. V. Camps. The Camps of Sons and all whom It may concern. The Texas Reunion Associa- tion having in charge the ar- rangements for the Confederate Reunion to be held in the city of Dallas Texas April 22 23 24 and 25 sends you this greet- ing. The railroad rates frorji all points outside of Texas are cent a mile for the traveled that is each way to and from Dallas. From points in Texas the rates are one fare up to 100 miles. Add one cent a mile each way for distance above 100 miles to $3.00 the 100 mile fare and you have the rate For instance for 200 miles: $3.00 for 100 miles and f2.00 for the next 100 miles makes 85.00 and so on. We will establish an enc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 March 1902

GGBEK & k'i Coal CORN OATS BRA SEED M They will buy in large Quantites and will give the best service. They will make it to your interest to trade with them. HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB HIDES FURS AfiD BOflES. The following persons wore among those In Canyon City this week: Win. Maun Kansas City; Crockett Jennings Wuxahaehle; J. P. Ear- hart and C. O. Lench Portales; Sara'l Atkinson Iloswell; V. L. Grnbaui A. It. Shuttle A. It. Carnes F. D. 11111 J. F. Uuaselt and J. 0. Cox Dallas county; V. G. Harris It. N. Llndsey Lee Rush J. W. Orr HlllBboro; C. B. Wilson W. F. Naber Ft. Worth; C. II. MeKnlght Wichita Kansas; D. Schruger Kaelne Wis- consin; Moss Hall Terrell; Mrs. 1'oul- son Mr. Heed Bell county; Geo. I'robasco J. l'robasco Vernon; Green Parmer Griinlte O. T.; C. W. Bulrd Stratford; B. F. Holder Cas- tro counly; J. A. Wahlleehry Town- er Colo.;; J. P. Stutson Denver Colo!; J. C. Kllburn; J. J. Davis Snyder; J. II . McHuld Merkel; It. A. Dobbs. Ceta; J. W. Hernials Here- ford...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 13 March 1902

l vv sin . i i i ossj 1 ym Copyright by "That reminds mo" said Agncr consciously ns a charming flush ?v.f- fuscd her beautiful face "that I have not yet broached the principal object of this interview " Murdoch observed her closely and vailed for her to proceed. But Agues wns once more laboring under i strange embarrassment and could not find words in which to frame the con- fidence she was so reluctant to offr. Perhaps the chemist divined some- thing of the nature of what she wr. struggling to find expression for. At any rate he noticed her embarrass- ment and endeavored to come to her assistance with a few encouraging words spoken with unusual gentle- ness. Agnes engrossed with her own thoughts did not notice it; but there was in his manner as near an ap- proach to tender wistfulnest as his nature was capable of. At last the young girl seemed to gather courage and she was about to t.peak. when there was a knock upon the door. Tlaze. sur; there do be two gin- tlemin in the hall." "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 March 1902

. ..J ' . : n JJL JlL JUL J I A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 201902. NO. 1. Ay R. M. PEELER & CO. Land Agents CANYON CITY TEXAS Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. Kansas City Stock Report. Kansas City Stock Yards March 15 1002. While the. supply was larger this week there was no improvement in quality. The top sale this week was $ 9.50 for a bunch of cattle that could have been made 50 cents better with 30 to 60 days more finish. The me- dium slaughtering steers and all classes of she stuff developed the most strength one bunch of heifers selling for $5.75. The advance; on this class being about 15 to 23' per hundred while that class of steers that have been selling at COO to 0.60 are only a trifle higher. Choice ex- port and dressed beef steers would bring from 6.30 to 7.00. Good to fair 5.00 to 0....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 March 1902

1 I LJUUIL THE STAYER. Entered at the post office at Cun- foa Texas us second class mail matter. Official organ of Catup Stonewall Jackson L". C. V. Mrs. R. If'. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Ycar -:.fl-M Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam Y. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. The ladies report the pie sup- per quite a success. Be sure to get our prices. Smith Walker fc Co. Fanchon Notes. FauchoD March 27 90'2. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hyatt of Beverly a fioe boy on the 13th of March all doing well. Married: On the 9th of March at the residence of the bride's father Mr. R. U. Rogers of Wayside Mr. Etnbry Wesley to Miss Lizzie Rogers. Their many friends wish them bon voyage. Madam rumor says that other weddings will soon be con- sumated among the elite of this wilderness of sin. We are sorrv to chronicle the sad news of the destruction by fire of the residence of our neighbor Crawford Evans with almost all of its contents on Sunday the 9th. While...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 March 1902

.1 yr;ii i i n uu mucn pnae m our sex we note that Mrs. Geraldine wuson ot Dallas secured first prize on best car of beef cattle and single steer at the Port Worth fat stock show. Be sure to get our prices. Smith Walker & Co. The next convention of Stock- men will go to El Paso. Mrs. Laura Anderson of Lockney passed through Can yon uuy yesterday enroute to Portales N. M. in response to a telegram from her husband that be was very low. Mr. J. M. Vansant is now in the real estate business and so licits tue patronage of the pub ic. Give him a trial and be pleased at the results. tf Mrs. J. N. Hadley is spend- ing the week in Hereford. Joe Hadley is in Dalhart su- perintending the construction of bis handsome new store build- ing in that city. Get your old buggy fixed up like new. Harter can aud will do it right for more or less ac- cording to the amount of fixing it needs. Wednesday evening Judge Wallace and district attorney Webster passed through Can yon City enroute home from Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 20 March 1902

GOBEJR J 1 jUis. . HU Beg to Announce to the Public that they have A CO RN OAT SEED MEAL RAN HAY COTTON FIELD SEEDS. AND They will buy in large Quantites and will give the best service. They will make it to your interest to trade with them. HIGHEST CASH PRICES f 'AID FOR tflBES FURS AfD BOflES. "'T T" Those people who have sufficient interest in the general wel- welfare of the public to sacrifice some of their time and tal- ents for the public weal should bestir themselves now and see that the right sort of material is in the field as candidates for the various offices. Belittleing a person for taking an active part in public affairs is the result of ignorance and narrow mindedness. The person who is not willing to give thought and time to such matters generally knows but little about such affairs and while he maj be able to ridicule some people be will get for himself the pity or contempt ot the more thoughtful and public spirited citizens. We quote the following from oue of the gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 March 1902

T A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO STOCK-FARMING. VOL VI. CANYON CITY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 271902. NO. 2. V f IT TT T a li JHilK STAYER V V R. M. PEELER & Land Agents CANYON CITY Handle Large and Small Ranches and City Property. Several choice valley sections with running water on them and adaped to Alfalfa for sale. Solicit your business. About Blackleg. A proof of the seventeenth annual report of the bureau of animal in- dustry D. E. Salmon. I). V. M. chief on the free distribution of blackleg vaccine hy Dr. Victor A. Xoganrd V. 8. has been recleved hero. The report states that during the year 1900 there were prepared by the pathological division of the bureau of animal Industry l07ftl.r0 doses of blackleg vaccine which were distrib- uted among 6142 applicants located In forty states and territories. On An average each applicant received about 175 doses. In the report Is a tabulated state- ment showing the actual merit of the bureau vaccine ns a preventative S M I 3 ARE BOTH CONS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stayer — 27 March 1902

u He Enteml at the post office at Cau- jon Texas as second class mail matter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson U. C. V. Mrs. R. If'. Morgan Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $1.00 Six months 50 FOR GOVERNOR. Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. Hon. Ira Webster. Justice and fair play should always be the guide of every man in public if not iu private life. The ignorant mem- bers of the Texas legislature in order to drive out of existence certain business that they did not like or to raise revenue un- justly at the expense of these businesses have hurt the people seriously and in most instances failed to raise the revenue. By levying an exhorbitant oc of large population and where money is plentiful the heavy oc- cupation tax confines the busi- ness to a few and therefore makes it much more profitable to them and expensive to the people because there is less competition hence the money changer the men intended to be injured by the ignorant legisla- tor is...

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