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Kansas Citr Wednesday:
Hugh Brown has sold his place near Rowe to J. T. Adarason, of Collin county. The place con sists of 240 acres patented land and 320 acres school- land, and is well improvedTTlje consid eration was 2475. Mr. Brown is negotiating for another place nearer town and will continue to run the broom factory. Claren don Banner- Stockman. M. C. Chamlee. W 4. , , ,-J "r- mm "Sis4 THE U. S;-50BER DEALER Grain coal, Seed of The Cleanest and Best Wagon Yard and Camp Houses on the Plains. Your patronage solicited Give us'a call when yon come to Cauyon City. The Hadley Drug Company have just received a lot of Parke Davis & Company's blackleg vaccine and syringes for apply ingit. Stock iren are invited to call and examine them. The editor made a flying trip down the Denver Road last week, found the people in pretty bard shape, crops poor, water scarce, grass none. We passed thousands of poor cattle at Wagoner, trying to pass the quarantine line. One man, Mr. Laster, from Jack county, had 918 head that were condemned as ticky and could not be pass ed over. Mr. Laster had neither grass nor water in Jack county so he could not take them back, and what he will do, is a prob lem. Out of eleven hundred head inspected last week, only eleven passed over. One man brought up 119 head and sold them at ten dollars each after EES Smith, Walker GROCERIES, paying fourteen for them besides one hundred and three dollars freight The below quarantine people have lots of hard luck stories to tell. Pine September 1901 catch Mackerel at Smith, Walker & Company. Mrs. R. W. Morgan, the bright, rustling editress of the Stayer, published at Canyon City, in Randall county, was in town a couple of days this week visit ing her mother. Mrs. Morgan is thoroughly identified with the Plains country, and does not fail, when opportunity of fers, to proclaim from the house tops the enviable qualities of her country and her people. To show what the soil up there will do when tickled with the hoe, she brought the Timbers office a bead of cabbage that weighed 12k pounds. To others she brought green corn, etc. The products shown are remarkable and show up Randall county in an enviable light. When the Canyon City people want to re move the bushel from off the light so that the rays may reach to re mote parts, they should detail Mrs. Morgan to advertise their good works for them, for she's a hummer. Bowie Cross Timbers. Thank you brethren. He that tooteth not his town's born get teth not the same tooted. Selah. Go to the Canyon City Pharmacy for fine Cigars. IN and Field 9 4 MOS. 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 General Stock News. W. H. Norris has been buying calves lately, paying from $8 to $11 around. Tom McFarland bought from M. L. Bell 120 coining ones and twos at p. t. May delivery. Williams, Mundy & Gibson shipped from Childress to the St. Jo market Monday 10 cars mixed cattle. D. A. Gatbings, the Goodnight ranchman, was here Saturday on business. In conversation with our reporter he stated he was in the market for a nice , bunch of twos and threes, past. M. W. Easum has sold to Mrs. W. A. Martia his one-section im proved place four miles west of town for $2,000. Mr. Easum says that next year he will put in an even square mile of feed stuffs. As an illustration of the prof its in cattle business W. H. Nor ris tells this story: Eight years ago he bought a heifer yearling for $12 and turned her on the range. Keeping track of her and her progency as well as he could he figured that her increase has amounted to over $400 to date. He still has the original cow as well as all the she stock. J. Caddy, of Eldridge, was in town yesterday. Mr. Cuddy wants to buy 100 steer yearlings. He reports all feed crops saved before frost in Gray county. Gus Pyron and Col. Brooks came in Friday from the Pyron ranch in Wheeler county. They put the laugh on themselves by getting lost in the fog and wan dering around in a circle for several hours, finally bringing up at the point from which they started. Mr. Pyron recently purchased fromD. E. Elliott bis three-section improved ranch adjoining the OV ranch in Wheeler county. The price paid was $1,500 and about $500 worth of feed stuff was thrown in. He reports a good rain Thursday and Friday. Sam P. Edwards, of Eureka, Kas., has been here this week looking for feeders. Thirty cars of Matador cattle were shipped from EsUlline to A & Go. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped on an invert ed rake made ot ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second oue half way through. Cham berlain's Pain Balm was prompt ly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as. usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well known mer chant of Porkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time requir ed by the usual treatment. For sale by the Hadley Drug Com pany, the Leading Druggists. Webster Revised. Define Lawyer? Lawyer is a man who lives off the rascality of the people. What is a Doctor? . A man who lives off their mis- .T.JONES DEALERS IN long leaf yellow pine lumber, DOORS WINDOWS MOULDINGS BUILDING PAPER Absolutely Pure Lincoln Mixed Paint Sold under an Iron Clad Guarantee. M. NEWMAN, MANAGER, CANYON CITY, - EKES We carry a nice line of seasonable goods and our staple stock is full, duality, the BEST, and our prices speak for themselves. AH we ask is that you see our goods and get our prices You be the judge as to whether it fortunes. A Banker? He lives off their money, Groceryman? -He lives off their appetites. A Preacher? He lives off their credulity. And an Editor?. Oh! he lives off the scraps the others leave. Ex. Any of Ramon's Remedies can now be had at the Canyon City Phar macy. New Passenger Schedule. DIRECT CONNECTION IN BOTH DI RECTIONS between Canyon City and Kansas City, through sleepers between Carlsbad and Wichita. Beginning Sunday, November 3rd, the Pecos System will put in effect a new schedule of pas senger service, the changes be ing of special advantage to pat rons of the line. Train No. 202 for the north will leave Canyon City at 6:08 p. m., arriving at Amarillo at 6:55 p. m., where di rect connections will be made with the Southern Kansas of Texas train for Kansas City, ar riving at Kansas City on the evening of the second day. A special feature of the new schedule will be through sleep ers in each direction between Carlsbad and Wichita, Kansas making close connections with the Santa Fe Kansas City sleep ers. Train No. 201 from the north will reach Canyon City at 10:05 a. m., leaving Amarillo at 0:25 a. ra. tf 53 M. G. Chamlee Can fir Your watch "Any Old Time." OatalAe and Inside. Sandy Thainson had a wife whose tongue was quite equal to the task of "deaviug a miller." One very wet, windy night, as the minister was pass ing1 the joiner's house he was surprised to see Sandy standing in the midst of the rain. "Dear me," said the minister, "what are you doing outside on a night like this?" "Oh, I'm shelterin' frae the storm," said Sandy, somewhat sadly. "Man, . it's naething outside tae what it's in side." Dundee (Scotland) News. A Liberal Offer. The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable rem edy for disorders of the stom ach, billiousnessor constipation. This is a new remedy and a good one. Hadley Drug Com pany, the Leading Druggists. LUMBER GO. LEAD VARNISHES CYPRESS SHINGLES FENCE POSTS GLASS OIL PUTTY BRUSHES TEXAS is to your interest Ills Oie Act of Wlioom. "That young Jollikings seems to be about the biggest fool I ever eaw. All he does is go gallivanting around, spending money like water and letting the girls who want to have a good time making a monkey of him. What good does such a fellow do the world ?" "You've got me guessing there. And yet, In spite of his general foolishness, he did none thing once that was muh wiser than anything youorlever did." "What was that?" "Picked out a millionaire to be his father." Chicago Record-Herald. Works Doth Wars. He ag-alnst common sense offends ' Who burns the candle at both ends. Tet whore is there way more complete By which we oaa make both ends meet! Judge. RAILROADS CREATE PROSPERITY. This hits been demonstrated by the marked Improvement In condition! along "THE DENVER ROAD" THE TEXAS PANHANDLE. Whither other lines have come to nhare in the roHults of the good times lit that section. PfflSPEW DEiWDS MIUI0ADS. The Chicago, Rock Island Mexico Already crossing "The Denver Itoad" at Dalhart. The Choctaw, Oklahoma $ Gulf Soon to Join "The Denver Road" at Wichita Falls and Amarillo. The Blaciwell, Enid $ Southwestern Now building to "The Denver Itoad" at Vernon. The Kansas City, Mexico $ Orient Expected to join "The Denver Itoad" at Clilllcothe. The Frisco System Which may meet "The Denver Road" at Acme. The Arkansas Choctaw Headed for "The Denver Road" at Wichita Falls. All this, taken with the activity of Immigration nnd real estnto agents, many new settlers, numbers buying Special 30 Day Home Seekers 1 ",k!ttK and others seeking Information, Indicates that "THE DKXVEIt ROAD Is considered good company In a desirable neighborhood. W.F.STERLY. A. A.GUSSON. CHAS. L.HULL A. Q. P. Q.A.P.D. J-P A' The Fort Worth & Denver City Railway, Fort Worth, Texas. N. n. If you want to get choice of best locations you may have to hasten: and remember this: "Only Oue Road." -and "Voa Don t Have to Apologue." 5? CroHm for the King of Tashum Made smooth mi tough, iaall desirable colors sad varying width f Infca. Turned orcr, bcrand, or raw edga. , Made only by HENRY H. ROELOTS 6 CO, ' L Draws And 12th St, Tor s t7 U lran Retail UaUira. Tfc IneMan. -But, after all," snii Mn Tadian, "our badness is only 4kindeei!" Seeing that the world n an in no small degree perplexed at his manner of ar riving at this conclusion, the red man continuel: "For nobody finds fault with us so long as we suer ourselves to be skinned!" Here the world coughed violently, after which it spoke feelingly of the lovely weather we are having. Detroit Journal. Thw Lost Kiss. ' He, bashful, did not ask of her Love's token when he should- And now, regretful, bw recalls She lookod as if she would. -Puck. 4 without assistance;. w District Visitor (to old womnn)- VVhy, Mrs. Malaga, haven't you seen a doctor? "Why, mn'am, my husband don't hold with no doctors. He do say I'd better die a natural death." London Fun. to buy from us. 60 YEARS' . EXPERIENCE 5P1 Traoc Marks . - ( .1. n .t riMnlnl Inn m.. nnlcklr asccrtnln our opinion froe whether an hiTmtlnn u prohnbly pnUMitBhle. Oonimuiilin. Ilnnn.lrlctlyoiuttrlnntiiil. I (una bonk on Patents out free. Oldest Bironcy for aecurlng patents. I'ntonu taken throuuh Munn & Co. rccelTt tpttUU notice, without ehnrxe. In the Scientific Hmericasi. A handminely Itlnirtrated weekly. Ijinrert plr. dilation of any udeiiUUe Journal. Terms, S3 s yenri four months, SL Sold byaM newsdealers. MUNN &Co.86,BrMd' New York Branch Offloo. SB F BU WashUujtua. I). U S I '-m -mil'. Hi Philadelphia, U.5.A. Xomt Mi I mithmH tnr trademark. Vltn n Vftmt for Tt. ' "7 Albert was sent downtown by hl mother to get some horseradish which she needed for her pickles. After quite a long absence he cams back home, tired and empty-handed. "Well, where Is the horseradish?" asked his mother. "Why, mother, I went to eTcry lir ery stable In town, and they didn't have a bit," nnswered Albert, with Si weary sigh. Tit-Bits. '.xtsiliii Never try to coax a cold or cough, use the remedy that unfailingly con quers both. Dallaudh Hohkiiou.nd Hykup Is the great sieelne lor all throat and lung troubles. Prlce23and 50 at Hartley Drug Company's 35 Objectionable In KIther Case. "Why did she break the engage ment?" "He told her that she was the only girl he had ever kissed." "What of it?" "Why, she naturally reasoned that he was either untruthful or absurdly foolish, and he was hardly worth hav ing in either case, "Chicago Post. The Outlook. "Will you still love me, Clara, it, after we are married, you discover me to be full .of fa nits?" "Of course, Clnrenco, I'm terribly proud; and I never oould bring myself to admit even to you that I had made the mistake of my life." Chi cago Record-Herald. , , l.Htlu Tommy Knew, Minister If anyone present cat show cause why this couple should not become joined together as man and wife, let him speak or forever hold his peace. Little Tommy I kin, mister. lie thinks auntie's only JW, and she's 401 Tit-Bits. Weekly Stock Train. NOTICK TO Slltri'KHH. Amarillo, Texas, August 2, 1901. We have arranged to start a Weekly Stock Train for Kansas City, begin ning on next Sunday night, Septem ber 1st, 1!X)1. It Is expected thatthia train will leave: Carlsbad 12.30 A. M. Monday Roswell 4.00 " l'ortales 8.30 " Rovlna 10.30 " Hereford 12.30 P. M. Canyon City 2.00 " Amarillo 4.00 " Washburn 4.30 " Panhandle .r..3T " " Miami 7.35 " Canadian 8! " Hlgglns 9.50 " Onge 10.45 " Woodward 11.33 Where It will connect with a train on the Atchison line that it is hojied will put cattle Into Kansas City for Wednesday's market, im;t it mustbk l;NI)KRHTOOO THAT WK IHJ NOT GUAR ANTEE TO MAKB THIS MA KKKT, as we are liable to be delayed in gathering shipments all along the line, as this train contemplates, and may haveto unload for feed ami rest, in order to comply with the law. We have se lected Wednesday's market for the. reason that we are assured that the market on the following day, Thurs day, Is equally good, and our pat rons are therefore protected as far as we can protect them against loss on account of possible delay as above suggested. We will still continue to handle train load shipments, with proper notice, on any day of the week as suits shipiier. This weekly stock train is simply Intended to take care of shipments that would otherwise have to be handled by way freight trains nnd neccessarily suffer consid erable delay. Don A. Sweet, tf Truffle Manager. To Mbrl. Wife Ilere is an advertisement la the paper that you'd better look in to. It says a man is wanted, and ho won't be worked to death, aud he'll get paid enough to live on. Husband Pays ho won't b worked to death, eh? "Yes; and they promise pay enough to live on." "Huh! Some catch about that!" X. Y. Weekly. .. .