Canyon City News. (Canyon City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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CANYON CITY NEWS JUNE 9 1905.
A Few Prices.
All Standard Prints at 4 & 5 cts.
Fine Percales sold at io cts everywhere
fc'oing at 7 cts.
Extra good quality Percales a bargain at I2icts
for io cts
Ten cent Ginghams at 7 cts
"Toile Du Nord" an excellent appearing
never-fading and no-wear-out cloth cheap at
12 cents but will sell at. . . 10 cts
Other goods on hand at proportional prices.
A full line of Clothing and Furnishing
Goods "on the road."
Everybody invited to come in and look
my stock over.
South of Court House Square Canyon City Texan
y I'KUMONAl. AMI OTHKII MATTKHH v
0 THAT I'O.M'EUN OI K CITIZKNS.
Miss Jessie and Bunk Long re-
turned Saturday from attending
school at Whitewright Texas.
The best Bakers' light bread at
Wilson's. Fresh and good. icjtf
Witherspoon & Gough.
A red roof with apple green walls
is now the color of the post office.
Painter Kenshaw is bossing the job
Not many cattle changing hands
in this county yet.
When you come to town call in
'and tell The News about what's
happened in your neighborhood
Jim Redfearn has moved his
Coleman Lysaght & Blair deposit
up in town and can now be found
"at home" in the Howell building.
. Rev. T. F. Robeson completed a
storm house on his premises last
week. Wiley Robeson did most of
Walter G. Cobb.
Prichard has purchased a cream
Eli Dunlap has purchased the
Summerfield section in west part of
T. E. Baird is still in the dairy
business when in need of butter
sweet or sour milk phone him.
The Belen cut-off contract has
been let to a Kansas City construc-
tion company at $33000 per mile.
Mrs. J. S. Harrison was very
sick Saturday and Sunday. She
is now some better.
Lots of agricultural implements
going out of town.
If you want anything in the
dairy line 'phone Prichard phone
No. 63 2 rings.
Aiew wood "Star" windmill
adorns the premises of Wade
Stephenson. Tower three barrels
and other fixings about the well are
painted a fierce red.
Walter G. Cobb.
Mrs. R. W. Morgan was in town
.Sunday the guest of Mrs. A. N.
V Witherspoon & Gough.
HERE 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.
Wilson carries a nice line of
Tablets Pencils Pens ink etc.
Ed Turner came in last week
and will spend the summer with
his brother John assisting at ''the
R. A. Campbell sold his old prize
bull to Ward of the north part of
the county for $300 "
A good rain fell east of us Tues-
All the small grain crops promise
a tine yield both as to quality and
Our out-of-town subscribers will
find something to read a place to
sit down and a cordial welcome at
The News office. Don't forget
Tuesday E. D. Harrell sold six
sections off the north side of his
pasture to a Mr. Greely of Chicago
at a consideration of $4. 50 per acre.
This office printed Reunion ad-
vertising on envelopes all day Mon-
day. Nearly every business
house in town was supplied. A
few more left if you desire any.
The Lockney Beacon would
have us believe that strawberries
gooseberries and such like are
overflowing the country down that
way. The Beacon also states that
all other fruits give promise of
abundant yield in their season.
Mrs. G. H. Guinn and children
left for Amarillo Saturday where
she will visit friends and relatives
for two weeks. They will also
visit at Canyon a couple of weeks
on their way home. Hereford
Tom Moser has purchased the
barber kit of H. C. Williams and
moved it into Lis old stand and will
now go it alone and on his "own
hook." Williams will tackle the
Perfect Pantry business. . .
CANYON HARDWARE CO.
Successors to Canyon City Hardware & Grain Co.
1 11 "
The John Deere
Cult fva tors
are known and
approved of all
We also have
WE ALSO CARRY:
AH 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.
FK03I THE ANTILLES
Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy Benefits a City Coun-
cilman at Kingston
Mr. W. 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.
R. A. Campbell on Saturday was
exhibiting eight mule colts the
progeny of his Jack John Ran-
dolph and mares belonging to
various parties. .They were a nice
lot of youngsters and have the
making of good mules in them.
Walter G. Cobb.
Tuesday' L. P. Taffinder pur-
chased through L. G. Conner the
S. H. Heyser lot upon which Dun-
bar's shop is situated at $300. Mr.
Taffinder intends to erect a busi-
ness house on it at once.
Memphis has fifty citizens who
agree to pay fifty cents per month
each for the purpose of advertising
the surrounding country. Nearly
every town in the Panhandle bar-
ring Canyon City is doing some-
thing of the kind.
A few days ago a man residing
not far from town received a box
of prunes on a mail order from
Chicago. He paid $1.25 and
freight. The same prunes could
have been purchased right here in
town for $1 00
The Reunion begins on July 11.
furnish you with all kinds of
building materialalso fence
posts. Figure with us before
buyingwe ask no more.
CANYON LUMBER CO.
CANYON CITY TEXAS.
THE FIRST NATL BANK
(Successor to Stockmens National Bank.)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
L. T. Lester President.
John Hutson Vice-Pkk.s.
D. A. Park Cashier.
Travis Shaw Ass't. Cas.
L. T. Lester
J. N. Donohoo
We invite you to open an account with u.
cral accommodations as are warranted by the account and prudent
J. L. Howell
P. M. Lester.
We guarantee aa llb-
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
tt Canyon Texas.
Sam Lofton is visiting relatives
and friends back at the old home
Mt. Olive North Carolina where
he has not been in seventeen years.
His father recently died there.
His mother is yet alive but feeble.
Mr. Lofton has been gone over two
weeks now and his wife is looking
for his return every day.
A. E. BROWN. LEE SHIFFLETT.
BROWN & SIIIFLETT
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 810 to insure a foal. Will pas-
ture mares from a distance free of
charge but will not be responsible
for accidents to mares or colts.
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