Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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CANYON CITY NEWS.
v' (THE STAYER.)
CANYON CiTY NEWS SEPTEMBER
GKO. A. BRAXKON Prop.
WA.LTKK K. HilVNIMN IZIitor.
I V"k'v u v t; " ! .'. 1 to
the interest of eontuy .-nitl
tmlili-ilit'd at off ire on West Evlyn
St. Canyon Citv every Kriil.i v.
Papers suit out of the comity
promptly diseon tinned a. expiration .
of time paid for.
PA TTILLO & GAMBLE
fixe Year SI. 00'
Six months jV
Thousands upon thousands of
old Mate people are cominjr to h
Texas in search of homes. Ten j.;
thousand tickets for the Lon-
Star State are reported to have ji
been sold at St. Louis alone. All j:
he railroads of the Southwest i
are making special low rates j
with stop over privileges com
ing this way and the crowd.-. .
taking advantage of them are J-1
said to be unprecedented as to
The Latest W .listing Mercerized G.-
75c $1.00 Yard.
Mir i- Vrfvran
.Nice Line of Fancy llannelettes .
Cream Barrathea For Waists.
50c per Yard.
Bro. Eaten is now catching it i'j
heavy at the hands of some A in a-
nllo officials and citizens. An ar- jj
tide in the Evening Star of Sept. T;
i3 over the signature of the Coun-
ty Judge goes to extremes in abas- !;
mg Rev. Baten; the language used;
is scurrilous and in no sense iusti-
lied by what Mr. Baten has- givtn
publication . to concerning the un- J
lawful liquor traffic in that town ;J
and its treatment in the or.lv court
L-C Iev. 13 Mi.'JJ
inn to do his duty and all good citi
Zens should uphold him.
Brown Barrathea. the newest Dress
50c per Yard.
Our FALL Line of Dry
Goods Shoes Hats and 8 1-3 to 18 2-Sc yd.
Notions are ARRIVING
DAILY. We can show
you the latest novelties
at PRICES to suit the
purse of everybody.
Llegant Line of Percales .
10 to 15c per yard.
Blue Tweed Tor Ladies Tailur Made
$1.00 per Yard.
All CALICOES except
OIL COLORS so at
Solid and Fancy Outings
8 1-3 to 10c yard.
Moreen 'the Latest for Underskirts
50c per yard.
nd its treatment in the only court
aving jurisdiction to try such I
ses Rev. Baten is simply try '
Latest Novelties in
Persian effect. .
i 45 to 50c yard
Saturday Messrs. Gordon and
Pash with another gentleman ar
rived in Canyon City from A ma-;
rillo and ending a hack here left
for Tulia Piainview and Lubbock
'tc be gone several days. Gen.!
John B. Gordon is not coming for ;
some reason and so will not till his
appointments to speak at these;
I A Ji "Nd -: .-.v.::. - - I
! ill g uA Handsome- Line of Ladies' Lace and M
jjri fit I
tfV j s""c"""rs I
'm 60c to $8.00 ! I
l lasses iLasa CgNs JL Lsrsa iLasag I
The News has information
that a brick yard is to be estab-
lished here bt fore lung. VV. S
Potter and G. B. Powell are the
parties back of th-- enterprise
Good brick dirt has been found
just N. E of to 'An on the Palo
Duro. Our reporter did not -ee i
the brick madetotest the value' m-T) (Jrawfor;
of the material viied Out is in- co nt Vi ;inj t;lti). r
formed that tii-y passed master: j;- ia soj
as "guou Prices amnn-' ex-
perts. A business of this sort
ought to "pan out-' well in this
The Santa Fe was short near-
ly ''HO cars on orders for la-t
Suudav and Monday. Taking
all the roads tributary to
Citv and the shortage on i covery
A south Texas paper tci's the
fC : ti. : fiMnwitv store of :i wonderful
which in a county Hue this y
cars to fill ord-.-rs for the two ' where water melons are large and i
days stated amoutitt d to 2.:')0. plentiful an I whisky scarce it inig t j &
i 8 CHIT T7TT3rnTr3. Ammr a nmTYrTa &
iei 2j uwiii X JT Xjl J. JL Xi aOJLl V Hi fY
Had tiiese cars b.-i.-n forthcoin-j
niU' sonr- on. in M h - id more cat- i
tie woul 1 have been dutnpd
upon what inig it le termed an!
un .viliiug market.
I"nis paper says:
own in Nacogdoches;
! savs he discovered a plan bv which j
ia water melon can be ilavored with)
1 of D.- n ton
i whiskey or any other liuid. ' H
The Associated Press service has ;
been secured for Fort Worth It j
will start with the first issue of j
The Record about Oct. i-t This
of Will and
t it: Dtnloi)
aid is going to inv.-t in Swish
er county lauds. Mr. Crawford
is an old pioneer and h- know-
what a good country K He
s.ivs tliat after seeing Swish-r
county and realizing that he!
iuld icuy ten acres better land!
h re for what he eouki seli one!
-tweeii the melon j
You can hlways depend on something
well worth while when you come here.
We furnish the things you like to carry
away with you. The price is riht; the
goods are pleasing; our methods are at-
tractive. Come and get the most at-
tractive things you ever bought for the
' r:it off the vine h
ian.l the root and sticks it intoaboi-jg CANYON DRUG COMPANY.
: tie which is kept full of water until : Q &
I the melon is about ripe when whis- & CCCSX
i key is substituted. He sells the
melons in prohibition districts at!
! ten Cents a slice
Our Angnsl Itainfall.
I iiere as a simple ou -a ne-s prop
paper The Record with Clarence
Ousley as editor will succeed the
Register ana with tb.e same press
service which goes to the 'Jallas
News it will not be long before it
vies with the Dallas N.ws as a : Aid moiety oyster supper
competitor for the patronage of Friday night a solid silver
north and northwest Texas. p .on. belonging to Mis-. Vera
... - . ; Hall. Th is piece was part of a
It seems Hut Hie Popul is t ; n..it t Ohoeolat-' Met which was
party is going to stiller a resur j presentnl to Miss Hall by the
rection. judging from the call of ; UTiitesboro B. V. P. TJ. and is
the executive committee lor a j highly prized in conseriie;n;e.
meeting in Dillas Oct . Th Tin; lind-r will confer a great
Populist party has been dead so j ftVlr U11 tn Aid Society as well
long- that its corfse would ; us n. young- lady by returning
frighten Carrie Nation when I same either to owner or this
she was fui y equipped with nloilice.
t I i ... & ft...i. . i ..............
lull co-npieiij'oj t mi uaitoeis.
Many of our eastern friends is
''' I are skentical about the amount i J
osition h-could not all'ird to let - ... !
oi raiu wegeiuiiiiiepiaiusui.il-'
the opportunity pass. Tulia . ... .... . . .. i
- ling me suiiiine; uioiuiis. i-ioni
Standard. j the Livestock Champion we
LOST Atth--Baptist Ladies' j take the loilo.vmg olhcial re-j
Aid Society oyster supper. last ! port of the U. S. Weather I!u-I
reau at Arnarillo showing the!
rainfall for August and for
the same month back to
also giving the average for the
1 years. As this station is only
IS miles N. 10. f rom Canyon City
the figures apply here as well as
there and the News asks its
eastern readers to examine them
carefully. They read :
Total this month in lh'.)'2 l.fl.'J;
j "..'v a u " se. .-. ij. !;7 l.7l; 1MH -I 0.'!;
TO Tit A UK FOlt FK10U: A j "f Clarendon was in town Tues- j ;)()() (j h;J. m
4x5 Camera and outfit: a br.-ech-da- He was here looking for o;jS. J.)l)3i 4 G- Average
lo.Kl.Dtf Sho'gnn; a L'J cal. W.u-." a iiu.mtj ana on ) )is Innlh for y ye;irs 5r.
No. of clear days la lartly
rliester; a good stock saddle;
im.ver plow an 1 several other
farm implem nt at this oliio .
Mr? John Rusk has returned
f'"!ii :env-r Colorado much
""rrovfJ rr! Irealttt.
Wedue-sday morning- wtnt out
with .Judge Lair to see some of
the '-Block" lands. He desires
from a quarter to a half section
and says he will move here pro
vided he gets what be wants at
a fair price.
cloudy 10; on which .01 incb or
more of rain fell 8.
-mm .- 'mm - m -
Itev. J. 1 Burnett moved his
liousehol i goods in Wednesday
and is now a citizen of our town.
MA RILLO TBXAS
NTS TO SELL YOU YOUR
Hoards No. 1 at. . S.iJo; No. 2 at S17.C0.
Dimension No. 1 at..ftlO."jO; No. 2 a t . . f 1 f. 00.
Flooring Star at !20 f0; No. 1 at 81 .()().
Ceiling Star at 819.50; No. 1 at $17. HO.
Drop Siding Star at. .8-1.50: No. 1 at H 50.
Washington Red Cedar Shingles at $-2 90.
All Other Materi.il in Proportion.
and be Convinced.
M. F. SLOVER
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Bus meets alL trains. . Best tt atus and rigs always oa hajjd
DRUMMER 'O RtG& A SPECIALTY.
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Brandon, Walter R. Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1903, newspaper, September 25, 1903; Canyon City, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth322877/m1/2/: accessed June 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .