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v I wish to announce to the people of Randall and adjoining counties that my FALL STOCK is now i i n t 1 - I it "1 ' j i 1 n -i . 1 -i i i i i tvi J ..Z-m. J. aoouD an in. nave one oi xne largest shocks oi gooas ever orougnii to ine jriains, anu am gumg tu av make prices that will sell the goods. This is the GRAND OPPORTUNITY to lay in your supply N No matter how cheap others may say they will sell you, I will sell you for less dead easy. It is no trouble, to beat their prices. I will knock competition out every time. It is useless to try to name you prices on every thing; but will name you a few of the BARGWftS I OFFER FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS: NOTIONS. f you want cheap stuff I have it: 0 papers pius for "cts. 12 dozen shirt buttons for "cts. 0 spools cotton thread for 25cts. ," bunches of hair pins for 5cts. Garter elastic, per yard, 2Acts. Good towel crash, per yard, oicts. Cotton jeans, per yard, lOcts. STAPLES. 20 yards of outing for $1.00 25 yards LL domestic for 1.00 20 yards mattress ticking 1.00 20 yards cotton flannel 100 Calico from 3 to 5 cents per yard. One lot of double width dress goods, former price 10 cents, now " cents per yard. Best grade percales, regular price 10 cents, now 4 cents or 12 yards for 1.00. CLOTHING. I have the best line of Men's Clothing ever shown in Canyon City and in order to increase my business in this line otl'er the goods at the following prices: Any $8.50 suit in my house for $6.35. " $10.00 " for $7.50. $12.50 "for $9.35. " $15.00 "for $11.75. " $16.50 "for $12.50. Hoy $1.50 suits at $1.25. 2.00 " at 1.(55. " 2.50 " at 1.95. " ;j.00 at 2.45. UNDERWEAR. 1 lot ribbed under wear, regular price o."cts. per garment, now TiOcts. per suit. , 1 lot men's fine jersey ribbed underwear, worth 8 1 . 5U per suit, they go in this sale at $1.15 per suit. Men's jersey ribbed wool underwear, worth 81. 23 per gar ment or $2.50 per suit, they go now at ?l.So per suit. SHOES. 1 lot ladies' tine Dongola shoes in lace and button, spring heel and vesting tops, $1.23 values, now Docts. 1 lot children's shoes at20cts per pair. 1 lot ladies' heavy shoes, $1 25 values, now STtcts. 1 lot ladies' heavy shots, $1 .r0 values, now $1.15. 1 lot "Old Ladies' Comfort" shoes, H3ct values, now 55cts. I lot old ladies' "corn cure." felt lined shoes, sold every where at $1.50, now $1.25. Men's heavy work shoes, 31.25 values, now (Kkts. Men's heavy work shoes, 1.50 values, now 81.15. MY FALL STOCK. Our stock of Millinery goods is now in. By some fault of the 11. 11. Co. the shipment was delayed, so the goods arrived just SO days later than they should have done. In order to make up for lost time, I am going to sell them out at a discount of 23 per ceut. So don't fail to let us sell you a hat; you get them at j off the price. Miss Holland spent some time in the markets studying the styles, so I feel safe in saying that our line is up-to-date. You will get the very latest styles at oil' the regular price. GROCERIES. My stock of groceries is complete. My prices are always THE LOWEST. I meet all competition. No matter what you are offered for 1.00 elsewhere, I CAN SELL YOU JUST AS CHEAP. In conclusion, let me say, I want your trade, and will treat you right by selling you the best goods at the lowest prices. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, A. L. ANDE RSON THE STAYER. Entered at the post office nt Can yon, Texas, as second class mail matter. OHicial nran of Camp Stonewall Jaeksoii, I'. C. V. Mrs. K. JV. Morgan, Editor and Publisher. SCBSCKIITIOX. One Year, $1.00 Six months, 50 AD VERTIS1XG RATES. Locals JO cents per line for the first uisirt'n,n, J cents each sn Ijicqitint insertion . Display ads, one inch, $1.00 j,r Month. Libi ral reduction for lartje ads. Ladies Shoes worth from $2.30 to $3.50 selling at $!.!? Famous Amarillo. tf I """"" j Randall County Election. I '1st rlrt .finite. Wei.ster 200 Wallace 10.1 District Attorney. Ham tt 4 I'.tshoj) -,-'" Kelley i'7 Stalcup 1"' County Judy;e. Lair I! Park 74 Henson 1W County uml District Clerk. Garrison "lilt County Attorney. Wilson U") County Treasurer. Red fed rn W CountySurvi'yor. Harrison ro .Sheriff and Tax Collector. Lont; -'(i I'pfold 110 I'rlrhard V, Duekery Smith 07 St rat ton Lit Tax Assessor. Luna R!(i Hide and Animal Inspector. Foster 140 Crawford t',!) Joler 115 J. 1 1'reeinct No. 1. l'edfearn I .row ii 'A) Collstallle I'lvcjlirt No. 1. Ax ley Wi Commissioner I'rec. No. 1. Redfeuni MASS MEETING. Whereas, it is currently reported that certain persons are taking steps to at once put in a cold storage in Canyon City, therefore we request all friends of Local Option, ladies and n, to meet at the Court House Saturday, 8 p. m. to advise the best means to avoid such offense. L. 0. Lair, P. H, Young, A. E. Brown, John Knight, W. C. Baird, J. N. Donohoo, R. W. O'Keefe, A. P. Baird. gent 1 erne Mr. David Kice brought a fine fat bear into town to-day, it weighed 225 pounds dressed. He Willed it near Happ in the canyons. Mr. Kice was not ex pecting to kill a bear, bit came J'.iown Service Carter Rogers rillleland Triu' LM The aliove llynreH in Luna h ease is ordv the count rv vote. I'rect No. I'rect. No. I'rect. No. 4. :J1 . 10 21 Mr. II. .'. lioL'erson will leave upon him in a close place and ! Saturday for Corpus Christi, had to shoot ;tnd that quick, or this story mirht have been writ ten differently. Mr. Uice was much elated over his jrame and Texas where he will spend the winter The Stayer will no one year says he will no btar hunting to Mr. S. l' iSullenberger at ajfai ! Globe, Ariz. We see from bis Mr. Kusk and family, of Ceta, the -Musts of Mr. J. husk aiid wife this week. a re stationery that he is now the cashier of the bauk at Globe. His friends here wish hi in all success in hi.j new home Our friend, V. W. Hunt, is the new clerk of Dallam county. Hurrah for old Randall, her sons are bound to come to the front wherever they go. Messrs. II. C. Kogerson and E. J. Witt gave a dinner to their friends yesterday at the lio'er son Hotel, ine dinner was a splendid affair, every dainty of the season was on the tables; fish, flesh and fowl, deliciously cooked and neatly served; Hank ed by vegetables and nice des serts. Mr. liogerson has been very fortunate in securing such an admirable host as Mr. Witt for this very popular hotel. Gus Lewis is also an artist in his line and his excellent cook ery will not fail to be appreciat ed by the traveling public. We bespeak for the new manage ment a very successful run of business. Mr. Thomas, father of Charlie and Comer, was elected tax as sessor of Dallam county. The many friends of Johu Houser will be glad to learn that he is elected county and district clerk of Sherman coun ty. We have been very deeply interested because John is a model young man and deserves all good the hand of fortune may send him. He had one of the most popular men in the northwest as an opponent there fore his victory is the more toi be rejoiced over. LOST. On election day, one pair of gold frame spectacles with slide bars on the side and square glass. They were in a metal case. Finder will please return to S. G. Umbarger, Can yon, Texas. The election is over and while we have not been able to get the official returns it is generally conceded that the followinggen tlemen were elected: District judge, Hon. Ira Web ster. District attorney, Hon. Henry S. Bishop. County judge, lion. Alfred N. Heuson. County and district clerk, Joe Garrison. Sheriff and tax collector, Earnest A. Upfold. Treasurer, R. I.J. Redfearn County attorney, Hern Wil son. Tax assessor, W. J. Luna. Surveyor, C. N. Harrison. Hide and animal inspector, Bob Poster. Commissioners; W. J. Red fearn, J. T. Service. T, F. Gille land and V. J. Trigg. Justice of the peace, W. J. Redfearn and J. R Rogers. Constable, Sam Axley. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Long and Miss Ona entertained the young people last Friday night at tea followed by a Halloween party. It was voted the most enjoyable affair ever given in the city. Those present were: Every body who was unmarried, under CO and over 10 years old, and lots of married people. Mr. F. M. Little" of "the U. S. Coast and (Jeodetic Survey is in the city doing some impor tant work of which particulaos will be giveu next week. For first class jewelry of all kinds see Chamlee Jewelry Company. Don't forgetThe" 30 days sale at A. L. Anderson's. A X ,. ... i .