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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 26 July 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. JULY 26. 190T. I I AN OVERSTUFFED CHAIR is easier to sit in than one with a good bottom. A parlor table is handsomer than a pine one. STUFFED CHAIRS AND CEN- TER TABLES that lend beauty to your parlor or library are the kind we invite you to call and see. STYLISH FURNITURE like we show isn't half as dear as it looks to be. Come in and see it. You'll be sure to buy because you can't help it when quote our prices. yr THOMAS BROS. The Quality House. "WaWalk Oa Stan So Can Yoa " X 1 I I i ' Son-.e men plod along through (f life with their feet aching and paining them all the time. This of course interferes with their work and makes them nervous v and iil at ease. A man can't en- joy life's pleasures as he should ja if his ieet are worrying him. p There are a great many men who are "Walking on Stars." R Their feet are feeling good and 5 making their day's work lighter 3 for they have no foot worry and H rj can enjoy life; that is because S they wear 5$ Patriots "The Sho...

Publication Title: Canyon City News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 August 1907

any on City VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 2 1907. NO. 19 J. W. HOWELL THE WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER AT WIRT'S DRUG STORE News FARMING ON THE PLAINS. Is the Plains country adapted to farming? Can a farmer make a good living here on a quarter section? These and similar ques- tions are asked almost every day und upon the answers depend the future growth of the country in population. Evidence of what the country has done in the past along the lines of field produc- tions furnishes the best proof and those the most competent to sold in the market at Canyon City at double the price of the Kosw.ejU Texas about 10 years ago. Have apples. Owing to the extreme late frosts the fruit crop is prac- tically a failure this year. In the early spring I never saw a better prospect for apples; in my orchard of 700 trees only three were not. heavily loaded. No- where can be shown healthier trees than grow in this country. Blight among them is absolutely unknown. What I have made has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 2. 1907. CANYON CITY NEWS Published Kwry Frlda.v. By GEO. A. BRANDON t ' a . (1 . ... . . r.iiirn-n i i nMomrf it i ( anron City an Sfrod C1jw Matter. Offirr of I'oMicnt ion t Evelyn Strrrt. j ujH'rH wni out of the countv jiromptly d continued at expiration f time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months 75 THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. The Texas Farmers' Congress in session at College Station July L'ti indorsed the Constitutional amendments proposing an addi- tional road tax to be levied on consent of and by vote of the property owners affected and the one creating improvement districts m certain cities these two only. The News expressed itself on ouch of these propositions in its Usue of May :11st and as election day conies off next Tuesday its opinion of that date still adhered to is here in part reproduced: The propositions submitted to the public in these suggested amendments are so plain as to do away with any seeming necessity u po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 2. 1907. EDWARDS PLUMBERS AND TINNERS Steel Tanks Bathroom Fixtures PATRONAGE SOLICITED WORK GUARANTEED Canyon City Kequlre anything in the wiiv of LUMBER PLAIN OR FINISHED Doors Saah or whatnot Posts or Lime etc. etc. Fijjure with iih before buying. Fulton Lumber Co. iTOWMfi COUNTY! PKIIHONAI AND OTllK.lt MATTICIIH 9 THAT CONCKIIX OCK CITIZKNH. p a A. H. Thompson's parents from Alvarado came here last week. The Remington Typewriter man J. B. Kirven was in town Monday. The adoption of "free trade" is the only sure cure for the trust evil. Miss Jessie Smith returned Sunday from a tour with relatives in Colorado. S. II. Heyser writes us from Plainview asking that his paper be sent there. That half page ad tells of a sale that is going to be put on next week. Read it. City Marshal Turner says that he has collected the entire city tax save about $7il. Mrs. M. A. Cavet of Cleburne came in last week on a visit to her son J. A. Cavet. N. A. Hardeman an Oklahoma Cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 2 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 2. 1907. o a a o THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STATE DEPOSITARY capital & si:kili:s . . - SHAKK-llOLDKliS LIABILITY OFFICERS: I.. T. LKSTICIt. President D. A. PAIiK. Cashier .IOIIX HUTSOX Vice-President TKW'IS SHAW Asst. Cash. .1. FRANK SMITH. Vice-President DIRECTORS: L. T. Lester John llutson K. G. ( lldham .). L. Howell J-'. M. Lester .1. Frank Smith D. A Park. We invite you to open an account witli i;s. Wo jjuarjintoe as liUernl wvuininoilat'.ons as are warranted by the account and pru- (loiit bniikinj;. PA H T A Fcw Cars f Genuine ft UUrilJ MAIXTLAXI) JUST IN GRAIN AND HIDES WANTED! Highest Vnsh Price Paul for Hides H;iy Maize Knttir Heads etc. We arc a Strictly Home Concern anil desire your patronage. Canyon Coal Company 8 L G. CONNER FARMS RANCH LAND CITY PROPERTY STEERS & STOCK CATTLE. 0 I.ouni on Heal Kstate---.listracU-r and Notary in Oflice. 0 Canyon City the place for a great city. Abundance of running water; natural drainage; located on the Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 August 1907

Canyon City New VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 9 1907. NO. 2Q News Roll ot Honor. Under this heading will be found the amounts received on subscript- ion to the Newo since last re- port and names of the parties paying. This will serve as a re- ceipt to those of our subscribers for- warding money by mail. J. E. Hawley $0 50 J. E. Wansley 1 00 J. D. Weller 1 00 Win. Ankrom 1 00 Miss Ora Garner 50 W. II. Pippins 1 00 Mrs. Geo. Reynolds 50 Newt Reeves 1 00 D. W.Wallace 1 00 Oscar Edwards 1 00 R. B. Redfearn 1 00 W. W. Stephenson 1 00 I. N. Hicks 1 00 Geo. P. Kuhlman 1 00 Dr. S. R. Griffin 1 00 A. A. Hauter 1 00 J. L. Prichard 1 00 J. II. Dunbar 1 00 Sterling Coffee 1 00 N. Thompson 1 00 Over Thirty-Five Years. In 1H72 there was a great deal of diarrhoea dysentery and chol- era infantum. It was at this time that Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into use. It proved more successful than any other remedy or treatment and has for thirty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 9. 1907. CANYON CITY NEWS PublUlied Every Friday. Uy GEO. A. II KAN DON .ntrJ at roolottirr at C.nyon City At Scrim d ( Ism Mattfr. OIBr f I'nhlicat ion Wt Krdja Slrffl. I'njHTM mot out of the county promptly discontinued nt expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. fine Year SI. 00 Six months SPREADING IT ON THICK. TARIFF PROTECTION ROBBERY j rillo for a number of years. Shej : is one of the prettiest and most : ItlmUv.ni.HWthormuiwular of Amarillo's younger! of knowledge are bitter but the fruits are sweet. I have society girls and as Mrs. Hutch-! ins she will be accompanied by nt : the interest and best wishes of a "Why not boom the town'' said a Canyon City real estate man to The News editor one dav ; this week. Continuing this same gentleman said: lou ought to ; the worU spread it on thick like the Here lord (rand the Lubbock Ava-'t janche and papers do." the Texico-Farwell Our reply was that Tli had an ambition to deal onlv in farts with an added desi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 9. 907. frowN & county! .9 ft . z ft a ft I'KIIHOXAI AM) OTIIKII MATTKI1S ft THAT CO.NCHItN oi k CIT1ZHNS. Rather dull in town this week. Will (Jottinger of Waco was a visitor in town last week. Mrs. U. S. GoborwenttoTulia Monday to visit her mother. W. A. Donaldson of Tulia was in town on business Monday. It will soon be time to sow for fall turnips and to plant trees. Show in town bi tent close to The News office three days this week. Joe Littlelield returned Wed- nesday from a trip back home Sulphur Springs. S. V. Gentry and family leave this week for their farm near Cordell Oklahoma. P. li. Purcell of Hereford was in town Monday. He is still with the Land rum nursery. Commissioners' Court regular term next Monday. Road busi- ness on the first day only. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hrown re- turned Monday from a ten days' visit to relatives in Arkansas. One runaway Monday the Smith & Monroe Market deliv- ery. Damages a wrecked wagon. 1 H. Young's visitors M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 9 August 1907

-1- '-. CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 9. 19QT. WHEN YOL Require anything in tlie way of LUMBER PLAIN OR FINISHED Doors Sash or whatnot Posts or Lime etc. etc. Figure with us before buying. Fulton Lumber Co. f IT T A Few Cars of Genuine VJ j Li MAINTLANI) JUST IN GRAIN AND HIDES WANTED! 5 Highest Cash Price Paid Kaffir Heads etc. Wc are a Strictly Home Concern and desire your natronajie. 0 a Canyon Coal Company A. B. AXTELL. C. E. AXTELL CWL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Call Phone 135. Canyon City. Texas. EAKLE BLD'G AMARLLO TEXAS. V V V V V V V V V V V V V Souvenir Post Cards The Ncws'p pnnt irom home scenes ior sale at this office i'.est grade Two for o cents Post card rrade 2 for Ti cts. CARDS PROFESSIONAL. D. M. STEWART plwctan an& Surgeon Othee in Wallace Building over A. H.Thomiihoij'H Prog Store. Colispromptly answered night ordav Geo. J. PARSONS M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfficcTHE CITY PHARMACY. F.M. Wilson M.D. Physician & Surgeon OKHCK CITY rilARMACV. ('allH aiiowered promp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 August 1907

Canyon City New VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 16. 1907. NO. 21 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STATE DEPOSITARY CAPITAL & SURPLUS - S1IAKB-1IOLUEKS LIABILITY $135000. 100000. $.: 5.000. OFFICERS; L. T. LESTHI5 I'lvni.lrnt D. A. PAIlK Cnxhhv JOHN HUTSON Vioe-PiVHidi'lit TK.WIS SHAW Asst. Uiish. .1. FRANK SMITH Vii'i'-Pri'sirti'iit DIRECTORS: 1. T. Lester John Hutriou R. G. Oldliain J. L. Howell F. M. Lester J. Flunk Smith. D. A. Park. We invite .vou to open an account with lis. We n'unrnntee ax liberal uecoimnoriutloiiH as are warranted by the account and pru- dent banking. THE WHEAT CROP. EDWARDS & MONROE PLUMBERS AND TINNERS Steel Tanks Bathroom Fixtures PATRONAGE SOLICITED WORK GUARANTEED Canyon City Texas L G. CONNER FARMS RANCH LAND CITY PROPERTY STEERS & STOCK CATTLE. 0 I.oniis on Kent Katatc -Almtrui-tcr mid Notary in Office. f Canyon City the place for a great city. Abundance of running water; natural drainage; located on the Santa Fe now being made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 August 1907

Vj .r--'.'.l-'tviri'rri'f.-.i-..-. CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 16. 1907. CANYON CITY NEWS Pnl.liwliH Every Friday. Uy (1KO. A. H WAN DON Jiilriwl lit I'oMoflirc- at I'linyon City ns so oiid ( Ih MuttiT. (ltic- nl l'lililiint ion W'rst Kvi'lyn Strrot. Papers wnt nut of tlie count.v promptly ilifcoutinut'il at expiration f tinv paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year S7.r months .SIM CATTLE PRICES - FORCED SALES. thing to do with cattle prices last and this year and from present appearances will govern the fall markets. Settlers without num- ber almost have invaded New Mexico and millions of acres within the last two years entirely devoted to cattle have been put to other uses. During last and this year a vast acreage here the very cream of the Texas cattle range has been sold for agricul- tural purposes and from all this broad domain the cow and her progeny until recently in exclu- The News has time and time S1V possession must go. These again held during the paM twelve I lanus in many instanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 16. 1907. A.H.THOMPSON Leading Druggist Fresh Dru;s Paints Oils Glass Fine Cigars Clocks Candies Bailey's Salted Peanuts Toilet Articles Best Stationery in Town Rubber Goods of All Kinds PRESCRIPTIONS accurately compounded by a Registered Pharmacist TOWN 5 COUNTY; l-ICIISOXAl ANI OTHKH MATTKHH 0 THAT CONCH UN OIK CITI.KXH. O e0a Goo. Seydlor is at Texlionia. Mrs. J. J. Taylor loft last wook for Houston on a visit. II. S. Pipkin returned from his St. Louis trip this week. Walter E. Cranford went to Hereford Monday on business. Sunday the "Cowboys" beat Aniarillo aain by a score of (1 to ;i. Must be a fjood time for fish- ing as everybody seems to be tfointf. A new arrival at Rev. and Mrs. J. I). Ballard's a boy about ten days old. Newt Reeves went to Hereford Tuesday. He is "jetting up a car of mares. Don't overlook the Reunion meeting at the court house Mon- day night. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hutchins returned from their trip North on Tuesday. Miss Stella Terrill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 16 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 16. 907. WHEN VOL Inquire nnythlng iu the way of LUMBER PLAIN OR FINISHED Doors Sash or whatnot Posts or Lime etc. etc. Figure with us before buying. Fulton Lumber Co. COAL A Few Cars of Genuine 3IAINTLANI) JUST IX GRAIN AND HIDES WANTED! Highest Cash Price Paid far-Hides Hay Maize Kaflir Heads etc. We arc a Strictly Home Concern and desire your patronage. Canyon Coal Company -i -) : 0 1 V . A A J! Jt. J JL J! JU JL JL JL A JL Jl A A. . .Jl A A. B. AX TELL C. E. S. D. MILLER. E. J AXTELL MILLER. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Call Phone 135. Canyon City. Texas. EAKLE BLD'G AM ARILLO TEXAS. The R.btl. There In ii wall of which the atone Arc tics mid brlbos a in) iloml men's bones. And wrongfully this ovil xv.nll Denies what all men mnlo for all. And shamelessly this wall surrounds Our homesteads and our native grounds. But 1 will Bather and I will ride. And I will summon a count ryld And many a man shall henr my holloa Who never had thought the horn to fol- lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 August 1907

c City News. anyoti VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAYAUGUST 23 1907. NO. 22 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STATE DEPOSITARY C.VIMT.VL & SURI'Li; - - -SHAKK-JIOLIMCKS 11 AIIILITV IOO.OOO. '; 5-nun. officers: L. T. LEST K IS. I'lvsiil.'iit D. A. PAUK. Cashier JOHN 1IUTS0N. Yin-President. Til WIS s 1 1 A AY . Ast. Cash. .1. FRANK SMITH Ylee-PivsMenr DIRECTORS: L. T. Lester J.ilm HutHoii R. G. Oldham. .1. L. IlmveH K. M. Lester .1. Frank Smith D. A Pink. We invito you to open mi nee.niitit with ti"1. We niiiinmteo as IllKTal iwTnuiniodiitioiiK ;i nrc warranted hy the nerount ami pru- dent banking. EDWARDS & MONROE PLUMBERS AND TINNERS Steel Tanks Bathroom Fixtures PATRONAGE SOLICITED WORK GUARANTEED Canyon Citv Texsis L. G. CONNER FARMS RANCH LAND CITY PROPERTY STEERS & STOCK CATTLE. 6 9 I.oaiiM on Kent Kntiite -AliHtrnclcr uml Notary in Oflire. f Canyon Cily the place for a great city. Abundance of running water; natural drainage; located on the Santa Fe. now be in j ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 23. 1907. CANYON PuWislie.1 CITY NEWS Every Friday. ly GEO. A. BRANDON "lrlT miamee at lanynn nty an K.-onl-CI MatUr. Oltlre of Publication Weal Kvflyn Strrrt. Papers wnt out of the county promptly diHcon tinned nt expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. $100 Six months TALKED OF.' Cesspools and Other Nuisances. Several of our nabor towns re- port numerous fever eases most- ly typhoid. The chief cause for this dangerous disease is impure water cesspool pit or other foul places in which breed the typhoid germ and out of which come sick ness or death. Up to the present Canyon City has been remarkably fortunate with reference to typhoid and other slow fevers for this year. Only two cases one that of I. L. Hunt now nearly well and the other that of Harry Upfold still down with it. has so far come to me Knowledge or the .ovs. This is an excellent showing for things "talked of." Ia town of l.'iOO population nooth- Heretofore The News has wait-j er tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 August 1907

A.H.THOMPSON Leading Druggist Fresh Drus Paints Oils Glass Fine Cigars Clocks Candies Bailey's Salted Peanuts Toilet Articles Best Stationery in Town Rubber Goods of All Kinds PRESCRIPTIONS accurately compounded by a Registered Pharmacist East Side of the Square Phone 90 o aee Itqwm 3 couiity - - I'HKHO.NAI. AMMITIIKII .MATTKIIS 'I'll AT I'OXCHUX Ol'U CITIZKXH. A show in town almost every night since July 1st. Seth Whitman and wife move to Happy this week. II. 15. Martin a printer from Amarillo was in town Saturday. -Mr. and Mrs. II. James of Ceta were in town trading Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs Hayhurst will return next week to their old home in Missouri. Elias Woosley is about to sell his place in Canyon and expects to return to Hamilton. Mrs. Anna Huber and family of Amarillo visited her brother Win. Pippins Sunday. Mrs. Jim Patton from Amaril- lo visited with her sister Mrs. S. V. Wirt last week. S. E. Roberts left the first of the week on a business visit to his old home in Missouri....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 23 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 23. 1907. THE CHAUTAUQUA COURSE i Canyon City I Beinninj Friday August; 23d. and continuing Seven j Davs. I THE NEW PACIFIC FLEET More of the Ships Ordered to the Paeific Ocean Under Admi- ral Evans. 2 Sessions Each Div2! Transferable Tickets good for entire course - $2.00 Children under 10 - 1.00 Single admittance - .25 Tickets on sale at Citv Pharmacy WHST SIDE SQUARE. Canyon Market IIKAI.KK IN Fresh anil Curcil Meats. Fish and OisUtp. Codfish and Mackerel. Mince-Meat Fancy Cheese Hread and Hotter Fresh Veireta- bleu Celery etc.; Lunch Meats and Fancy Table Delicacies. Phone 172. Miss Casseday TEACH KK OF l'iaRii. Tilery II rainy. rr ii!;i.-nt' 1 1 1 1 PoM Ormliiii'i- of Ru- !!;. Ii 1 1 . . : F u.-mi. direct. it- of mnsie ii n iur l"ii:V'-:'-it v. F.-ill TiT-:i Miens S ".(. r!.. !!. Pixiii- l::".. I'!'-! CARDS P;u"E5S!0;jAL. 0. M. STEWART ipfoysician nitf Surgeon .'li--e iii Wiillwe T3;ii;ditiir uvit A II i'l:iiiii--MnV ! 'fULt Store. ' :- . .aijit !.v ;mv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 August 1907

c City News anyon VOL XI. CANYON CITY RANDALL CO. TEXAS FRIDAY. AUGUST 30 1907. NO. 23 X VAAA . V J! J. . A . 4 4 CTY PHARMACY J. L Prichard Proprietor HEADQUARTERS FOR Pure Drugs and Chemicals Paints Oils Brushes Toilet Articles Stationery ColJ Drinks Ice Cream and All other things kept in a First Class l)ruir Store. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALITY. West Side of the Square. Phone 32 4 V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V A I- 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BA STATE DEPOSITARY CAPITAL & SURPLUS .... SIIARK-1IOLDKRS LIABILITY - $i:i.ooo. 100000. $:ja5.ooo. OFFICERS: L. T. LESTHK. President D. A. PAKK. Cashier JOHN 1JUTS0X Vice-President. TK WIS SHAW Asst. Cash J. FRANK SMITH Vice-President DIRECTORS : L. T. Lester John liaison U. O. ( I 1 i 1 . i : 1 1 . J. I.. Howell i. r t ......... f i.' i. o. r- a D....1. We invite you to open an account with us. We euiiruntce as liberal an'oiiimodat ions as are warranted liy the neeoniit mid pru- dent hanking. EDWARDS & MONROE PLUMBERS AND TIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 30. 1907. CANYON Published CITY NEWS Every Friday. By GEO. A. BRANDON F.ntrrrd at roxtofflcc lit Cmij-nn City u Spronii-C'laM Matter. Ofllc of Publication Wert F.rrlya Street. PajHTB mnt out of the county promptly diwontlnued at expiration of time paid for. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year SI. 00 Six months CATCH ADVERTISING SCHEMES. Panhandle towns are still the easily caught game of the adver- tising "Booklet" people "Direc- tory" people "Card" people "Picture" people "Watch Ring and Diamond" folks "Piano Con- test" people etc. etc. Great things are promised by all of these schemes; the fruit proffered by all of them looks tempting and in the majority of instances it is swallowed by the victim and then escape is well nigh impossible. Two of these schemes at least bobbed up in Canyon City during this month: One a piano contest and the other a "Souvenir Book- let." This last bears an Ama- rillo label and is alleged to be "for the benefit of the entire Panhandle;" its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canyon City News — 30 August 1907

CANYON CITY NEWS. AUGUST 30. 1907. Read! Read! Business for August has bet-n the best of the season- thus I feel my friends have made my trade better. Won't you help to make September's business still larger? If you have any order for th" drug- gist in September send it here and we will do our best to please you. You will find here School Books and Supplies Stationery Magazines Pyrojjraphy Supplies Paints and Oils Typewriter Supplies Allegrettoes Contectionaries Rubber Goods Patent Medicines Toilet Preparations Mending Tissue Courteous Treatment Combs and Brushes Syringes of All Kinds Finest Perfumes Pursrs.and Card Cases 'Yadies Opera Bags Best and Coldest Fountain Drinks Phone 90 East Side of the Square A.H.THOMPSON Leading Druggist fTOWN 5 COUNTY! 0 I'KKKONAI AMI OTIIl:li MATTHHHa THAT CO.VCI'IHN (li lt (Tl'IZKNK. 0 I. L. Hunt is about well from the fever. Judge Ilaney was in Lubbock last week attending district court. The big show at Amarillo on Monday attracted several of our c...

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