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(lood rains! Green wheat
lields!
One new babe. The home
of Mr. J. K. Wilson is the one
made happy. We congratulate.
Two new families. Mr. Shoulz,
from Hale and Mr. Harry Key.
Mr. S. rents land from Mr. J.
T. Holland, Mr. K. buvs a quar
ter section. Harry Key is well
known to our people and will
make a valuable addition to the
community. He has purchased
mail route.
Mr. Holland has contracted to
build a house for Mr. C. M. Rog
ers who will rent land. Verily,
our country has become a farm
ing country. Let others follow
Mr. Holland's example and a
rapid development awaits us.
Sick, Mother Bradford and j
L. c Lair.
Lair
A
K.S
THOMAS;
REAL ESTATE A.ND LWEV SALE STABLE.
any on City,
Buy, Sell and Exchange Panhan
We Respectfully Solicit ynu
- I have some stock horses and
work mults that I would Wee to
trade for house and lot in Can
yon City or Hereford. Address
J. K. Gaut,
Hereford, Texas.
................. .. ..,.,.,,..,. ' -
W. P. King went to Amarillo
i
Tuesday.
THF RTfinKWIFM'R H
III -f l WWIllltl W V
Best teams and rigs always on hand
RIGS A SPECIALTY.
or cAflrofl
4e" spent the first of the
week in Amarillo and like the
little villiag-e very much. It is
i . -
growing very fast and we ex
pert to soon see it as lanre as
Canyon.
Wo invite you to open
eral nccommod
banking.
Mr. D. A. McSpadden.
improving. Mr. T. 11.
Both j ,. T. LKSTKIi.
Rice ! W. A. Dir-
scb
A
llny nlKht
thinks he was cured by the Spe
cialist at Amarillo.
Really, Uncle Dave Rice Wednesday
seem to have an eye Jy,i
mt This jT'rh
in Vheim, PiiKtor.-
A word fo---eir kinr j. J ........ ...
not hearr'-terUinrr .... Chicago.
any of t 0w Jmational Live
Chicago. This
:)ortunity to make
o the City on the
your local agent
sale, limits, condi
Don A. Sweet,
Traffic Manager.
Bek
a t"7
a
L
a
tl
f.
.v-raok Coulter,
MKThe Barber 3
Canyon, Texas.
M. C. Chamlee savs he will
discount any prices you can get
anywhere else, 10 per cent, on
watches, clocks diamonds, and
in fact anything in the iewelerv
line.
Joe (.urrlnon went to Amnrii
Monday.
THE SECOND TERM
Holt Stevenson f llrlmo eonntv
hvnaii vUttor In Canyon Saturday.
T L. Anderson of Silverton wim In
Canyon Sunday.
Tlintnncnti Hfnnr
i uviiijouii mug mj.
Carry a Large and Complete Line of Fresh
Drugs. You may get any Patent Medicine
you want by seeing them. Entire attention
is given their business and every Prescrip
tion is Carefully Compounded.
fiOLDY GOODS GAL0RE
Their stock of Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
School Books, Tablets and School Supplies,
Notions. Combs. Brushps. Ktr i nnm,w
in every respect.
Their Gold Watches, Rings; Chains and
Silver Ware are the very best to be had
Pleased Customers arc our Rest Advert Upmpntc
L. C. Lair.
Q. C. Long
Scrapers.
been appointed Cus-
of the county tools, I
ttfully request parties
'g the county scrapers to
iem in to me at the court
se. There are two of said
rapers out and have a mark
which they can be indenti
tied, but I shall trust to the hon
or of those who have them bor
rowed to return them.
Respectfully,
W. J. Red f earn.
ROSWELL SJEM
LAUNDRY,
Frank Coulter, The Barber,
Sole Agent.
ThU i the lnt 1 iiu u dry In reach (if
Canyon City and U perfectly reliable
in every renjHvt. You will do well
to give them a trial. Hnnket leureH
Tuesday nud returns Saturday of
each week.
Frrst Church of Christ, Scien
tist, will bold their semi-annual
Communion the 14th day of De
cember at the Court House in
Canyon City. All denomina
tions and people are cordially
invited to atteud.
Mrs. V. Edna Henson,
First Reader.
OF
GOODNIGHT COLLEGE
For the current scholastic year commences
MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1903,
And ends
MAY 17, 1903.
Every term of the school has been more prosperous
man me one preceeding, and the term closing Dec.
19, 1902, has been, by far, the most prosperous in
the history of the school. We have enrolled 112
i ,4 : jt i i i . j
uuaruinx pupus anu we naa 10 lurn awav manv an
plicants for admission because we had not room for
mem.
I nis term, as last year, we are able to return to
each student a part of his board money, and this
notwithstanding the small amount deposited to meet
the boarding expenses, Our plan of home production
of supplies and cooperation in meeting expenses
works HKe a cnarm.
For circular of information address either
Marshall McIlhaney, Pres.
or
A. J. Nunn, Associate Pres.
Hyron Stone, of Amarillo vlHlted
Chan. Hurrow Thurndav.
AT
f traduxi! or titM.rcUm rtt
bt uckx It ciu'a'ie nl r- . ..rer.
miCSooJ Colle.ROS
M.utlon Tit. Co'-jm.-'. C
tHnttM.tx. ktni9li. till. JiTktuo.hlo. 'I
V
Mo3e Wesley, of Ceta, was in
the city Saturday.
Best Passenger Service
IN TEXAS.
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
Al Askey, a prominent cow
man of Briscoe county, was a
guest of D. Ed Crawford Wed
nesday.
M. C. NuWt wuh down from Aina
rlllo TfnU-rdav.
J Im and Sterling Coffct'ContTniilntf
moving to Anmrlllo Boon.
RAILWAY
L. G. Wilson is in Amarillo
now attending- the Thorn
ton trial.
Ab Hutchison and Lamar
Smith, of Tulia, were in Canyon
this week.
"Ie trosbie to txjwer fnottlonj."
2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2
John, Bob and Sam Donnell,
of Briscoe county, were in the
city this week after supplies.
...TO...
St. Louis, Chicago
....and the East.
Only Um Runolnt Tbroogb
voaenrs andM-?f niCiriU Itba.
Supwb Pullman Vettibuled Buffet Sleeper.
anasome New Chair Cars (seat free),
DIRECT LINE TO
NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA
AND CALIFORNIA.
Operator, of Manilla nt New Train,
"Pacific Coast UrnMed,"
Seml-werkly, between
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, DALLAS, FORT
"'. LOS ANGELES AND
SAN FRANCISCO.
F. H. Gwinn and family, of
Hereford, are visiting the fam
ily of T. F. Reed.
W. T. Cochran of Murray, Kv..
is stopping at the Rogerson this
week, the guest of L. J. Scott.
J. Wilson Boyle, a prominent
attorney of Emma, was in Can
yon today, en route home from
a business trip to Amarillo.
Forecasts.
Having spent the last few
years in close study of the dif
ferent signs and conditions
a. r. Bctiikw, Tnr. pM ipu, n. toets, m that precede different changes
of the weather, we feel we are
qualified to make the assertion
that it is going to snow.
t. S. THOEVE, E. P. TTHXEB,
DALLAS. TEX
Hotel Arrivals,
The following out of town
visitors registered at the Vic
toria hotel this week:
J. P. Wilkinson, St. Louis;
J. B. Shannon, Wright; Geo. B.
Bruike, Kansas City; M. N.
Raul, St. Louis; A. Boonman,
Chicago; Ed Lyous, St. Louis;
John Vaughn, Plainview; Mrs.
J. F. Bishop, Silverton; J. S,
Grundy, Silverton; J. B Naugh-
ton, Dallas; R. W. Montgomery,
Plainview; E. M. Adams, Dallas;
P. C. Byrne, Houston; Mrs. L.
N. Faulkner and daughter, of
Wright; J. F. Bussell, Dallas;
R. G. Stegman, Amarillo; Rat
Jowel, Hereford: F. M. Boyce,
Hereford; R. D. Walls, Floyd
ada; J. K. Milwee, Plainview
At the Rogerson: S. V. More
land, Amarillo; M. M. Wesley
Ceta; J. M. Shafer, Plainview
J. J. Jackson, Beverly; Harry
Gill, Ft. ortb; P. J. Kesseler
Amarillo; J. W. French, Tulia
O. L. Clark, Tulia; D. R. Cnusi
neau, Hereford; T. J. Trigg
Amarillo;. I. A. Broyles, Lock
ney: Sam Farnsworth. Lockney
F. Masonhimer, Fate; James
Hanestrong, Blue Hollow; J. E.
Gorman, Hong Kong; J. W,
Pipkin, Scouts Hill; Jasper
bquadrock, Ft. Madison, Ohio
J. W. Scott, Ranch; O. A. All
red, Silverton; F. R. McUenry,
Columbus, Indiana; J. E. Park
er, Columbus, Indiana; Joseph
Lang, Portales; S. J. Stowe,
Denver; W. J. Luna, Ranch; K,
Wilbur Brown, Clarendon; L.
C. Wayland, Plainview: A. P,
Cherry, McGregor; M. N.
Brown, Hereford, S. L. Smith,
C. Cummings, Tulii; E. J. Mil
ler, DalbartjT. J. Jowel, Ranch;
Ed Hoffman, ' Ranch; E. M.
Winn, Little Rock; G. W.
Wilkes, Tulia; Mitch Wilson,
lainview; Newt Gray and wife.
Tulia.
Helpful Some nowKpaiHTM
p jTiui iuuitur u nil mi
Keaaing. Hl,m.Cf Mm.h of ihu u
really harmful rending. It luthoalm
of The Semi. Weekly New to
Klvo helpful rtvidliiK. ThoiiMnndM
will ti'Htlfy to Itrt helnfulnoas
to thi'in
auk your neighbor.
The Farmers' I,aH 'ii
rv j. . many, it 1m not
cpanmeni the theorv of fp.
mlng written by eolleu-e irofensors
and others up North on conditions
that don't fit Texas. It Ih the nctu-
ftl experlenees of fariutrs her" at
home who have turned over the soil
Special If.vtm ' "t taking
rtf ..-ciUj.-rou snoiild.
""tl It. Id lu.lt. fill 1 4.
' .. ...v. ti Hit- IM'.-l
Interentrt of your town and count v.
r or ?I.."0. c ikIi In advance, we will
mall you The Stayer and The Gal
veeton or Dalian Semi-Weekly
XNcwh for 12 months. The News
stops when your time Is out
John Burson and M. P. Stone,
two prominent citizens of Sil
verton, were in Canyon on busi
ness this week.
T. H. Rice, of Wayside, was
in the city this week attending
the revival meeting at the Bap
tist church.
Lair & Long
REAL ESTATE FID LIVE STOCK AGENTS,
Canyon City, Texas
Buy, Sell and Exchange Panhandle Lands.
We Respectfully Solicit your Business,
THE STOCKMEN'S NATIONAL BANK
of CAji'rofi cijr, tews.
We Invite you to open an account with um. We guarantee m llli
eral accommodations as are warranted hy the accountand prudent
hanking.
L. T. LKSTKIt. President,
W. A. DONALDSON, Cashier.
JOHN HUTNON. Vice President.
Tk n l n r a ...... .
'. .. x .wiix, .vss i v asnie
J. E. Daniel, county judge of
Briscoe county, visited Canyon
this week.
J. M. Sherman, of Clarendon
presiding elder for this district,
attended the Methodist quarter
ly conference at this place Sun
day and Monday. He went
from here to Tulia.
F. H. Waddill visited Amaril
lo Tuesday.
W. II . Bates, of Prosper,
Texas; son of W. E. Bates of
this city, has moved here and
will make this his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor Craw
ford, of Briscoe county, visited
Dr. Ed Crawford this week.
DaveCaylor, of Happy, pass
ed through Canyon Saturday
enroutetoFt. Worth to attend
Draughon's Business College.
He ordered The Stayer to fol
low him.
Un
incorporated,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers In
"WW
COAL
AND
FIELD SEEDS
OF ALL KI
r. JE -Hte? .
Sole Agents
For The
Celebrated
MA I TLA ND
AND
VICTOR
CO A
Cash paid for hides and bones. Good wagon yards and sheds
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