Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, June 2, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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CANYON CITY NEWS JUNE 2 1905.!
CANYON HARDWARE CO.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC !
Having opened a new clean stock of
Dry Goods Notions Gent's and Ladies'
furnishing Goods Boots Shoes & Hats.
Clothing and several thousand dollars
worth of Dry Goods Shoes etc. to ar-
rive. Call and see what I have for sale and
get my prices before buying elsewhere.
What I haven't in stock I will gladly
order as the trade demands it until my
stock is complete.
My intention is to sell for CASH at a
very low margin. Call and be con-
South of Court House Square Canyon City Texas
l'i:UKONA(- ASlt OTIIKU MATTKHH
THAT L'OXCKKX OI K CITIZKXH. ft '
Witherspoon & Gough
The lowest fine for fustol toting
is now ioo in place of $25.
The best Bakers' light bread at
Wilson's. Fresh and good. icjtf
Amarillo reported "the biggest
rain" of this rainy year Friday 26.
The Paladuro was over the
bridge on the Amarillo road Satur-
day. The rain was above us.
T. E. Baird is still in the dairy
business when- in need of butter
sweet or sour milk phone him.
The Canyon Coal Co. is the :
style now of the coal and grain
t-nd of the late Canyon City Hard-
ware & Grain Co. W. H. Hicks
Not much coming to town these
clays everybody busy with weeds
it is supposed.
Saturday L. C. Lair soli to Dave
Curry of Happy the J. E. Wilson
section No. in in Swisher county
at 83 per aero.
If it's candy you want see Wilson
for the best kind. iQ tf
The young people enjoyed a
pleasant evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Howell last
The Christian protracted meet-
ing will begin sometime near the
first of August.
Miss Minnie Donohoo returned
home last Friday from Sherman
where she has been attending
Harry Howell and Nash Hix who
attended school at Weatherford
Okla. this year are expected
Mrs. Sterling Coffee was in Ama-
rillo Sunday to Wednesday the
guest of Mrs. Fred Rees.
J. M. Renshaw left town Monday
to canvas and paper two rooms for
Mrs. Waddell and Miss Taffinder
of Tulia are visiting their mother
Mrs. L. P. Taffinder who has been
quite sick this week.
Tulia is not to be outdone by even
Chicago. Thursday morning the
telephone men to the number of
eleven went out on a strike. Of
the crew at work putting in the
new line here all but three "laid
off" pending a settlement of ' the
question whether as one of .them
expressed it they work from 7 to
6 or from sun-up to sun-down.
Manager Wallace electrician Wood-
dall and teamster Sharp kept
steadily at work the strikers good
humoredly walking round town.
By noon some good Angel had in-
tervened the strike was declared
off and all the men but two had re-
turned to work. Standard.
IIEKK WE ARE
Laughing gallery; Shooting gal-
lery; Cane and knife boards; Novel
ty stands; Slot Machines; Photo-
graph and any other old privilege
to let at Canyon City July nth
to 14th. Old Soldiers and Cow-
boys' Reunion. 20000 persons
last year. More this year.
tf S. H. Heyser.
Witherspoon & Gougta.
The Amarillo Herald Hereford
Brand Tulia Standard and the
Hale County Herald each of them
report a donation of at least a gal-
lon of strictly "home-raised straw-
berries" last week and linger lov-
ingly in telling how the office force
Prof. W. J. Lackey Superin
tendent of our school during the
term of i903-'o4 has been given
the same position in the high school
of Weatherford OIka.
Wilson carries a nice line of
Tablets Pencils Pens ink etc.
As an indication of the prolific
yield of small fruits in this section
of the country it may be mention-
tioned that there were gathered
this week from a small corner in
the private garden of Judge Gough
in north Hereford eleven gallons
of strawberries and three gallons of
gooseberries in one day. They
say it was not good weather for
berries either! Hereford Brand.
If you want anything in the
dairy line 'phone Prichard phone
No. 63 2 rings.
WE ALSO CARRY:
All kinds of Farm Implements and machinery
Wagons Buggies Saddlery and Harness etc.
The justly celebrated STAR and STANDARD
Windmills with all necessary piping and fittings.
Our general stock of shelf hardware Queensware Glassware Tin-
ware Stoves etc. is well selected and complete. Of course we have
wire and nailsin fact everything else found in an up-to-date Hard-
ware store. Get our PRICES and you will buy of us.
CANYON HARDWARE CO.
FROM THE ANTILLES
Chamberlain's Coiiffh Rem-
edy Benefits a City Coun-
cilman aA Kingston
Mr. V. O'Reilly Fogarty.who
is a member of the City Council
at Kingston Jamaica West
Indies writes as follows: "One
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy had good effect on a
cough that was giving me trouble
and I think I should have been
more 'quickly relieved if I had
continued the remedy. That it
was beneficial and quick in re-
lieving me there is no doubt and
it is my intention to obtain an-
other bottle." For sale by S.
V. Wirt druggist.
This court adjourned for the
term Tuesday. The transactions
since last report are as follows:
Matter & Epps vs. P. & N. T.
Ry. et als for damages; agreed
judgment whereby defendants pay
$225 and all costs.
The cause of J. E. Rogers vs.
P. & N. T. Ry Co. et als for
damages was continued for the
The case of Scott & Roland vs
F. J. Trigg was settled out of
court by compromise each party
paying his own cost.
In the only case on the criminal
docket that of the State vs. J. A.
Gaut defendant's bond was declar-
ed forfeited on account of his nonappearance.
Miss Blanche Lester entertained
her friends with a social gathering
Tuesday evening. Those who at-
tended with one voice proclaim
Miss Blanche and her mother
most charming hostesses.
' Witherspoon & Gough.
to Canyon City Hardware
1 I c
a 11 a
j H MOLL.ILL.
furnish you with all kinds of
building materiala!so fence
posts. Figure with us before
buyingwe ask no more.
CANYON LUMBER CO.
CANYON CITY TEXAS.
THE FIRST NATL BANK
(Successor to Stockniens National Dank.)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
L. T. Lester President.
John Hutson Vice-Pres.
L. T. Lester
J. N. Donohoo
We Invito you to open an account with us. We guarantee a lib-
eral accommodations as are warranted by the account and prudent
For Sale or Trade. One
Illinois Stallion chestnut sorrel
16 hands high 5 years old.
weighs 1250 pounds. Call
write or phone
J. H. Garrison
tf Canyon Texas.
The News engine balked last week
and we were unable to make it
pull our press this week and so the
office is having a "peck" of trouble.
We trust however to have the
pesky thing in line by next week
and succeeding The News will
celebrate the event by coming out
with six pages instead of four.
& Grain Co.
The John Deere
are known and n
approved of all
We also have 1
D. A. Park Cashier.
Travis Shaw Ass't. Cas.
J. L. Howell
P. M. Lester.
A. E. BROWN.
BROWN & SII1FLETT.
Contractors and builders All
work guaranteed Figure with
Jack for Service A large
Mammoth Malteese Jack will make
the season at Uncle Tom Foster's.
Terms Siotoinsurea foal. Willpas-
ture mares from a distance free of
charge but will not be responsiblr
for accidents to mares or colts.
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