Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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qcrrrtcr stringfellow-hume hdw. co.
? Ready For An Extensive Fall Business?
S - ' : 3
f We have anticipated the varied wants of our many customers in the way of Fall and Winter supplies 5
and are ready to serve you in the best possible manner when you happen to be in need of jv
Hardware Implements and all kinds of Farming machinery
Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles. Eclipse wood and Steel
Star Windmills Pipe Casing and Cylinders Barb Wire and Nails.
W vvwjruuiu5 xo jcfjt m a lirou-uiass jnaraware store.
wBest line of Queensware and Glassware ever brought to Canyon.
The St. Louis Repubic and Can-
yon City News both one year for
IN SHELF HARDWARE
P Our stock is complete and we can supply your wants at a saving to you. Call for what you
this linewe have it. We can't ennmerate the whole line but suffice to say we are settin
for the great Plains country especially in Price and Quality.
our place and let us convince you.
What you need to do is
ing the pace V
to come into
Stringfellow-Hume Ibarbware do.
- STRINGFELLOW-HUME HDW. CO.
POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE.
District Ollices 10 (H)
County Offices " uo
Precinct Offices 3 oo
When it brings you no
of culture education travel or of
opportunities to help others.
When it dwarfs cramps or in-
terferes with another's rights; when
ease don't hsk for credit on i blinds you to the interests of
For County Jude
J. M. VANSANT.
(J. G. FOSTER
A. X. HEXSOX
For County and District Clerk-
L. J. SCOTT.
J. A. TATE.
C. X. HAMUSOX
For Tax Assessor
C. II. HITCHCOCK
P. II. YOUNG
J. T. JOWELL.
S. H. IfEYSEU
For Sheriff and Tax Collector
E. A. UP FOLD.
(For He-Election )
M. F. SLOVEH
For County Attorney
ALBERT S. ROLLINS.
R. A. SCNDEU
(For Re-election I
For County Treasurer-
It. G. OLDHAM
R. B. REDFEARN
II. E. FOSTER
( Re-Eiection )
W. A. JENNINGS
G. It. STRATTON
J. R. LUNA
For Commissioner and Justice
the Peace of Precinct No. 1
W. J. REDFEARN
J. T. PARKS
For Commissioner of Precinct No. '-
J. A. COFFEE
For Commissioner of Precinct No.
I. W. MH'Ll'KE.
WHEN IS SUCCESS A FAILURE?
(Wilson Sweet Marden in the Oc-to-lr
When you do not overtop 'your
vocation; when you are not greater
as a man than as a lawyer a mer-
chant a physician or a scientist.
When you are not a cleaner fin-
er larger man on account of your
When you have lost on your way
up to your fortune your self-respect j
your courage your self-control or
any other quality of manhood.
When it has made conscience an
accuser and shut the sunlight out
of your life.
When the attainment of your am-
bition has blighted the aspirations
and crushed the hope of others.
When your highest brain cells
have been crowded out of business
When all sympathy has been
crushed out of your nature by your
selfish devotion to your vocation.
When you plead that you never
had time to cultivate your friend
ships politeness or good manners.
When you have lived a double afford
life and practiced double dealing. I When
man at the other end of the bar
When there is a dishonest or a
deceitful dollar in your possession;
when your fortune spells the ruin
of widows and orphans or the
crushing of the opportunities of
When the hunger for more mon-
ey more land more houses and
bonds has grown to be your domi-
When it has dwarfed you men-
tally and morally and robbed you
of the spontaneity and enthusiasm
When it has made you a physi
cal wreck a victim ot "nerves
When it has lowered your stand-
ard and made you a traitor to all
your highest and noblest impulses.
When it has hardened you to
the needs and sufferings of others
and made you a scorner of the poor
When you rob those who work
for you of what is justly their due
and then pose as a philanthropist
by contributing a small fraction of
your unjust gains to some charity
or to the endowment of some pub-
When the world is not the better
and the richer for your life; when
you have hoarded every dollar you
have made and have refused to
help your less fortunate fellowmen.
When you have used others as
stepping stones to fortune and ig- j
nored tneir existence when your
selfish ends were attained
When in your climb to power
you have trampled on duty friend
ship love honor patriotism and
all the most sacred feelings of hu
When your example has dragged
others down; when your injustice
and tyranny have driven men and
women to desperation and destroy-
ed their faith in God and man.
When your absorption in your
work has made you practically a
stranger to your family.
When your children do not look
upon you as their best friend next
to their mother.
When the nervous irritability en-
gendered by constant work with-j
out any relaxation has made you a
brute in your home and a nuisance
to those who work for you.
When your greed for money has
darkened and cramped your wife's
life and deprived her of needed rest
and recreation or amusement of
When your narrow spirit makes
you cry out "What was good
enough for me is good enough for
my children" and you refuse to
give them the education they
crave and which you can amply
dren's caresses with repulses and
have denied them the help of your
companionship and loving encour-
agement and guidance during the
When the dissolute live? of your
sons cry out against you as to the
one who either by direct example
or by complete neglect of them
has pointed their downward path.
When you are gloomy and pessi-
mistic; when you spread discour-
agement and despair wherever you
go; when you can see no good in
any one no success in any achieve-
ment but in piling up dollars then
no matter how great your apparent
success you are a colossal failure.
Not a minute should be lost
when a child shows symptoms
of croup. Chamberlain'sCough
Remedy given as soon as the
child becomes hoarse or even
after the croupy cough appears
will prevent the attack. It nev-
er fails and is pleasantand safe
to take. For sale by S. V. Wirt
Before sending off for Letter
Heads Note Heads Envelopes.
Type writer paper Bill Heads or
any other class of printing try the
News office on quality and price.
We need the work and will do
our very best to meet competition.
Only give us the same order you
give the foreign house and ten to
one we can meet the price.
We carry a full stock of material.
vjivc us xne same chance we
propose to give you This is all we
New k Thoroughly Equipped
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
Sunday July 31 1901.
Thoroughly Equipped trains leave
St. Louis and Chicago nightly (af-
ter arrival of incoming trains) ar-
riving either city the following
morning. Equipment entirely new;
lavish in design elaborate in fur-
nishings. Ask your ticket agent
PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPT.
SLOVER & MAY
We do all kinds of repair-
ing; Farming Implements
wagons; buggies and guns
made like new. First-
class material good work-
manship. Give us a trial
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
For Canyon City property and
Randall County Lands only.
Property listed with me will be
advertised in ways that cannot fail
of bringing purchasers. My con-
nection with the Texas Real Estate
Exchange gives me unusual facili
ties in bringing this about.
Notary Public in Office
Call in and see me and let me tell
you what 1 propose to do.
Geo. A. Brandon
Office Canyon City News Building.
J. R. HARTER
Dating from January 1st
we cut prices for spot cash
on all blacksmith work-
Only the very best of ma-
terial used. Come in and
see us we will treat you
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
For Sale or Exchange.
Jersey cow for Hereford
Durham fresh in milk.
B. Frank Buie.
All bills against this office
should be presented promptly
on the first of each month we
may not have the cash but
want the bills all the same.
We are prepared to supply
your wants in building material
Canyon Lbu. Co.
Home and Farm one
agricultural papers in
and the Canyon City
year for $1.3;.
of the best
A Haifa For Sale.
Good clean alfalfa hay cut and
baled at the right time deliver
ed anywhere in town at ten dol
lars per ton.
THE FIRST N AT' L BANK
(Successor to Stockniens National Bank.)
SHAREHOLDERS LIABILITY . 5o.ooo.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS . . . 8.000.
L. T. Lesteu President. D. A. Park Cashier.
John Hutsox Vice-Pkks. Travis ShaV Ass't. Cas
L. T. Lester
John Hutson J. L. Howell
J. N. Donohoo F. M. Lester.
We Invite you to oH!ii un account with an. We irunnintee hh lib-
oral accommodations as are warranted by the accountand prudent
D. M. STEWART
Bbpsician an& Surocon
OHice with Thompson Drug Co.
Calls promptly answered night or dnv
CEO. A. BRANDON
Eighteen years experience
in the courts of Central
OHice Canyon City News Building.
"No trouble to anewer qnestloni"
2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2
to St. Louis Chicago
and the East....
SUPERB POLLMAH VE8TIBULED BLEEPEEB
HANDSOME NEW CHAIB CAES (Seatf Free).
FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS
ONLY LINE RUNNING THROUGH C0A0HE1
AND 8LEEPE&S WITHOUT CHANQB.
INCOMPARABLE PULLMAN SLEEPER AND
TOURIST CAR SERVICE TO
POSITIVELY NO CHANGE.
Roollnlng Chair Can (Beata Free) Dally to
ST. LOUIS MEMPHISandELPASO.
8ce any Ticket Agent or writ
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Old papers for sale 20 cents per
hundred. At this office.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS!
L. G. CONNER
LAND. LIVE STOCK AND
CANYON CITY PROPERTY.
Thousands of acres of fine Grazing and
Agricultural lands at from 1 to
5 an acre owing to loca-
tion and improvements.
Notary Public Abstracters in
office opposite Northeast corner
of Square. Inquiry Solicited.
Beginning Saturday. August 20th. and continuing heroHrr :
every Monday and Saturday up to and including November 26th icu
we will run regular stock trains for Kansas City St. Joseph and Chica-
go markets on the following schedule:
Leave Hereford 7:30 Monday Saturday
" - Canyon City. . .9:00 " "
Arrive Amarillo 9:50 " " "
Leave Amarillo 10:20 " " "
" Washburn 11:15 " "
Panhandle.... 12:05 AM Tuesday Sunday
" Pampa 1:30 " "
" Miami 2:25 " "
" Canadian 3:25 " '
" Higgins 5:15 "
" Gage 6:25 " "
Arrive Woodward 7:25 " "
Where connection will be made with train No. 528 on the AT&S
Ry. With these two weekly stock trains we e.vrwt tn OX Vf Mir r'i
trons the best possible service on their shipments to market.
These two trains are intended to take care of the small shipments
which would otherwise have to be handled 011 wav frpioht nin h.t
account of the necessity of gathering these shipments all along the I'ne
we cannot guarantee the above schedule at all times.
We will continue to handle trainload shi Dments. with nrnrwr nnti
on any day of the week as suits the shipper. '
snippers should file orders for cars at least three days before date-
on which they intend to load and longer notice should be given when-
ever possible. A. L. CONKAD
Amarillo Texas August 15 1904. Traffic Manager.
PECOS VALLEY LINES.
THE DENVER ROAD"
T. H. ROWAN.
LIVERY FEED AMD SALE STABLE
Are advancing in value at rate of 20 per cent per annum.
you have met your ihil-
Bus meets all trains.
Best teams and rigs always on haDd
RIGS A SPECIALTY.
THE NEWS $1.00 PER YEAR
DO YOU KNOW OF ANY Tua
EQUAL INVESTMENT? -v
As our assistance may be of great value toward securing what
you need or wish as regards either Agricultural Properties or i
ousmess opportunities and will cost nothing why not use .s
Drop us a postal.
A. A. GLISSON. GEN'L PASSGR. AGENT
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Brandon, Walter R. Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904, newspaper, October 28, 1904; Canyon City, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth322961/m1/4/: accessed August 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .