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Entered at the post ofllo at Can yon, Texas, as second class until c atter. Official organ of Camp Stonewall Jackson, U. C. V. Publisher R. Jp. Morgan Editor, Mrs. !. IV. Morgan The Hadley Drug Company have just received a lot of Parke Davis & Compaq's blackleg vaccine and svrinjres for aDDlv ing it. "" Stock iren are invited to call and examine them. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, $1.00 Six months, .50 FOR GOVERNOR Sergeant Sam W. T. Lanham TO CORRESPONDENTS We are anxious to have correspon dent from acl school community in the country tributary to Canyon Vity. Ilalns, conditions of crops and grass, sail's of stock when the price, condition and age of stock, and names of parties to the transactions -re given are of Interest to stockmen Births, deaths, marrlnges, persons moving into the community, resi lient going out, etc. are matters ol local interest. Religious, educational and social, matters indicate to the world the at tention given to such things. Strictly avoid mentioning little troubles or other matters that will" lie unpleasant to any one. Correspondents will kindly furnish us the name and post office of the school teacher in your neighborhood As matters of Importance come in late we would urge correspondents to have communications to reach us as early as Tuesday morning to Ihj certain of publication that week. If they are later we will do our best to put them in. The Canyon post office issued for the month of October, $7, 384.61 in money orders. How is that for one month's business? ASTOUNDING DISCOVER?. From Coopersvlle, Mich.,eomesword of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that wheu used before retiring by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensures a good night's rest "It will soon cure the cough too," writes Mrs. 8. Himelbdr ger, "for three generations our fami ly have used Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption and never found it's equal for coughs and colds.'' It's an unrivaled life-saver when used for .desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles fair and f 1.00 at Hadley Drug Co'h. 35 League Mite Social. Next Friday night November 8th at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wallace a League Mite Social will be given, the proceeds to be applied to the last payment on the Methodist church organ. An interesting program will be rendered by Mrs. M. J. Overhuls, Mrs. Erns berger, Miss Adair, Mr. Frank Wilson, Professor Ernsberger and others. Refreshments will be served and a nice time is promised to all. Come spend a pleasant evening and help a good cause. Home Comfort coffee is the best. Wansley & Hicks. Persons desiring fruit or or namental trees, flowers, shrubs, or other nursery stock will do well to see S. H. Baker, of Wright, Texas. He is repre senting the celebrated Stark Bros., of Louisiana, Missouri. Captain D. H. Sweeney, of Silverton, was in town Wednes day and made us a pleasant visit. There is no better value found than our $1.00 pants. See them. tf Smith, Walker & Co. For all fresh cuts or wounds, either on the human subject oron animals, Bal lard's Snow Liniment Is excellent; while forcorn husker's sprained wrist barbediwire cuts and sores on work ing horses, it cannot le too highly commended. Price, 25 and 50c at Hadley Drug Company's. 05 Mr. John Wallace sold his country place to Charley Thom as, and is once more a town man. He did not stay in the town long enough to. get hay seed in his hair. .: Wansley fc Hicks - handle the old reliable' Meyers flour, Alba tross and Supreme. Every sack guaranteed. ' tf LOfJG LEAF) YELLOW PM LUflBER, THE BEST TO BE HAD FOR STRENGTH. Mouldings, Doors, Windows, Lint , Cement, Paints, Oil, Building Paper, Etc. Courteous treatment and crood material for all. CANYON UMBER 0. Ilerbine sweetens the breath, bright ens the eyes and clears the complex ion without the . slightest 111 effects whatever, and ensures the natural bloom of health. Trice 50? at Hadley Drug Company's. 35 The market in Canyon City was supplied last Saturday with cabbage, green and ripe toma toes, sweet and irish potatoes, cushaws, squashes, pumpkins, turnips greens, apples, chickens, turkeys butter,, eggs, beef and pork besides the great quantity of dried and canned foods on sale. Verily the bouse wife here has much to select from where with to win her way to husband or tatners heart and thereby gain the coveted winter hat. The Best Stationery at the Canyon City rharmacy. Mr. J. R. Baird brought us in a bushel of sweet potatoes that averaged eight pounds apiece, each potato being well . shaped. How is that for a bushel of big "taters" and he says his whole crop is like them.. , , Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when one single tbttle of Herblne would bring about prompt and' permanent cure. A few doses will do more for a weak stomach than a prolonged course of any other medicine. Price 50 at Hadley DrugCompany's. 35 Faulkner, Hogan and Tudor. Mr. Robert Skipworth has de cided to leave the Plains and go back east. He has sold his place north of Wright to Mr. James; so there is a country in Texas that suits everybody, but we would like to see the country that beats the Plains in every respect. Some claim the loco is bad. Well then, get good cat tle, turn loose all their sections but two or three and take the money that they get for the rest and hire the loco cut off and then raise plenty of feed. A few good cattle, well cared for, beats a big bunch not attended too, get more for them and look better so there is no use in grumbling about loco when it can be remedied. Cattle in this part of the coun try are in fine condition because most of them have cut the loco. Some have not. . Mr. W. R. Adkins looks pleas ing. He has a young man stop ping at his house. Ir was so disagreeable yester day the young folks had to stay at home, ' They had no singing anywhere.- ' Rev. R. B. Wagoner made a flying visit to Wright on Wed nesday; getting ready for con ference.. He has a young man On October 15th the Governor issued a proclamation govern ing the movement oj cattle from November Jst 1901 to November 1st 1902. Cattle '.cannot cross the quarantine Hi ne''j except from November lst;to December 31st and then theymusc- nave been inspected.- '' f 'X'r'r'' ' Cattle ' cannot K be' taken from the counties of Wilbarger, Foard, Knox, Haskell, Childress, Jones, Fisher, Mitchell, Ster ling, West Tom Green, Irion, Upton, Cottle, Crane, Hardeman, King, Stonewall, Scurry, Bor den, Howard, Garza, Glascock without first being inspected. The States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont Massachu setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut New York, New Jersey, Dela ware. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ken tucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Mis souri and Colorado are quaran tined on account of tuberculosis Louisiana is quarantined on account ol anthrax and charbon and the quarantine extends to cattle, horses, mules and sheep. An effort is being made to con trol anthrax and glanders now in the state. r..rnn CitV Lodge No. 481 I. In. . F. meets ev All visiting brethren are solicited to mt-blk S.L.Long.N.Q I. Newman, Secretary. ...Best... . PassengerService -TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAY! 4 j Secured lor jtrtduatestirtuilitinretun-tefl... Write Ml once lor cut.ilogue ani special oner.. iess 93 Louisville, Kf. Moi'80mr-AiL H- uiton. Tex. Co'umbui. 6a. ir'-flond. Vti Birmingham. . Jacksonville. Fla .il once lor cut ilugue ni l pci "' hiiiiSSCy Colleges "Ho trouble to aanrw (Melton, 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 TO St. Louis, Chicago and the East.... SUPERB PDXIJUI VE8TIBULED SLEEPERS, HUDBOME HEW CHAIR CAR8 (BU Free). FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS (oommm womMH.ni. oiLT tnrs Rtmrafo through coichh AID SLEEPERS WITHOUT CHAI0B. INCOMPSl. TOLLMAN TOUBIST CAR f)iei TO CALIFORNIA. POBrriTELT WO CHAWOB. Reollalsg Chair Can (Seat Ito) Dally to ST. LOUIS, MEM PHIS ""EL PASO. See Mr Ticket Agent, or writ) H. P. HDOBBS, Tier. heM lnl. FT. TOd, TO. DALLAS, TBX. WE ARE HERE to sell the best goods at reasonable prices. We want a share of your patronage and by courteous treat ment and honest dealing we hope to hold your trade. Our stock of GROCERIES, COUNTRY PRODUCE, CONFECTIONS, fRUITS AND VEGETABLES is the freshest to be found on the market. WANSLEY 3 HfCKS. SMITH, WALKER & CO. DRY GOODS We have never, before offered such bargains in Clothing. Ask to see our special $5:50 Suit. A new lot of French Flannels, desirable patterns , at 10 cents. Our stock is complete in every particular and we never lose sight of quality. 'There is probably nodlsense moredla tresBlng and annoying than piles. Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment la daily curing cases of years standing of Itching and bleeding piles. The cure begins on the first application, i little perseverance makes the cure complete. , Price, 50(? in bottles, 73? in tubes at Hadley Drug Co'h. 35 The quail Eeason is now on but if the value of those shy crea tures as worm and insect des troyers was fully understood, not one would ever, be shot by any but the pot hunter to whom nothing is useful except as food. We have just opened THE BEST Line Of CLOTHING Ever Offered Iu CANYON CITY. There will be no preaching I at the Baptist church next Sun- SMTH. WALKER &C0C ' M. C. Chamlee, the J eweler, will soon have on band a stock of watches. Call. and get his prices when you want a watch or clock. tf It has rained again. , A north er blew up Saturday night which brought the roses to the cheeks of the pretty girls Sunday. It was noi cold enough to make the old cows hump their backs but enough to make a fire in the parlor necessary and the old man hump to meet the coal bill Dr. Edgar P. Lewis, dentist, who is now associated with Dod son Bros., of Amarillo, will be in Canyon City Nov. 18 to 23 at Hotel Victoria. 33 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Rey nolds, late of Athens.Tennessee, have decided to remain here all winter. For Sale. Black Langshan Chickens, one mile west of depot. L. M. Whitman. 32 Canvon Citv. Texas Mr. H. E. Hume spent last week in the lower, country, he says, sparking, but we suspect he was trying to woo the festive dollar out of the pockets of The Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Co's debtors. THAT THROBBING HEADACHE. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match- less merit for sick and nervous head aches. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25? Money back If not cured. Sold by Hadley Drug Co. An enthusiastic mass meeting was held last Monday evening at the court bouse to determin'e whether or not Randall county should send a delegate to meet the commission who are to locate the new experiment station that the last legislature authorized for Western Texas. Judge Lair was unanimously chosen to go and instructed to do all possible to secure the station, first, for Randall county if possible, then somewhere in the panhandle as second choice. Elder, J. T Burnett was also instructed to help Judge Lair any way possi ble as it was understood Mr. Burnett would be in Ft. Worth on the 6tb. WRIGHT WRUM BUNGS. Well winter is here at last. We had a rain Friday night on Saturday night at 8 o'clock a norther blew up so this morning, Monday, a good big frost; also ice. Roads are very muddy and disagreeable for traveling, es pecially on poor freighters. Frank Moore and T. A. Ross started to Canyon City this morning. Several have gone out of this neighborhood with cattle' to, ship. Messrs. Skip worth, OSCAR HUNT Now carries the largest and most complete line of FURNITURE. CARPETS, RUGS, SHADES, CLOCKS. PIC TURE FRAMES, METAL BEDS, BABY CAR RIAGES, GO CARTS, ETC. in all the latest designs. No order too small, none too great to be filled from the stock at once. JOBBING TRADE A SPECIALTY. OSCAR HUNT. CANYON CITY, TEXAS. at his house, too. Mrs. W. F. Reed is on the sick list this week. Dave Curry passed through Wright to-day for Plainview. That's all. Cricket. Go to the Canyon City Pharmacy for fine Cigars. m ew a m s m m m GREAT LUCK OF AN EDITOR. "h or two years all efforts to cure eczema in the palm of my hands failed writes Editor H. N. Lester of Syracuse Kan., "then I was wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica . Salve." It's the world's best for eruptions, sores and all skin diseases. Only 25 at Hadley Drug Co. Messrs. L. G. Wilson and J. H. Garrison are on a ten days trip to the lower country. For first class painting or paper hanging seo I. O. Trimble. His is the best work. He has lived nn the Plains a long time and his work at Plainview and other places are his recommendation. OUR OFFER TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOL OF THE PLAINS In order to further the school In. terests on the Plains and show to the outside world what progress Young America Is making in the wild west, we will give to the school mak ing the highest "general average In their studies and deportment" for six months, or the full term of school If the term does not last six months, Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, late edition, with stand to hold It. To the pupil In each school making the highest "general average In all studies and deportment" an appro priate premium to be determined la ter. ' . . The principal of each school com peting must send to thk stater for publication, a monthly report giving the names the pupils, the deportment aud general average. ' A report for the month of Octolier will be Included. , The contest will Ikj limited to com munities where Tns statkb circulates Mr. Edgar Money, of Sherman county, is visiting his father Mr. C. P. Money. LOCAL MARKET REPORT For the week ending Thursday NovemlRT 7. Flour $2.00 to 2.25 Sugar 5.90 Salt, No. 1 1.15 Lard per lb 12413i Bacon strips, smoked, per lb 1313i dry salt 12fr Rice per lb 08$ Tomatoes per case . . (2.50(2. 65 Corn per case ....,,2.25 DRIED FRUIT. Peaches, new crop per fi .... 10 Apples, " io Prunes, dark, ; ..8$ Apricots ..12 Pears Raisin, 3-c .. .. ; 8j Molasses per gal 406O Potatoes new 2 Coffee, Arbuckles, per fl....12i Java 20 chickens per doz....;2.002.50 eggs , 20 Butter per lb ........ ..'.20a3O Corn meal 1 v Onions , .33 Cabbage 45 reas, blackeye 2 Mexican beans -,3 Coal Oil, per ten gal. case, Eupion 12.75 Brilliant... 2. 4S Baker perfect paint. ..... .H3.75 Baker galvanized.. ..$4.05 Nail3 .04 staples, base 04 Coal per ton $5.50$65Q' Corn, per cwt. 1 60 ?an ;;;;!i.'2o Oats j Chops .......1.60 Millet seed per bu 1.00 Alfalfa hay........ 'ijo.00 Prairie bay . , . . , jq. QO