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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 January 1888

kd - CANADIAN - mm WW- vf •' >' i . Vol. l. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, January 25,1888. NO. 23. 3 TO 1. A Bridge for Hemphill County Across the Canadian River at This Point. Ever-Progressive. Ca- nadian to the Front. Never Retarding, but Always Booming. I*- - Canadian and Hemp- hill County the Ob- jective Point for Spring Immi- gration. Everything as Lovely as the Rose and the Country Void of Blizzards. The Climate as Fine and Healthful as the Finest in the "World. School Lands on the Market at $2 to $3 per Acre and Forty Years in Which td pay for same. New Buildings Con- templated. Tuesday, January 24, 1888, will be remembered in the future as Cana- dian's great gala day. The County Commissioners have met and decided that Hemphill county, the banner county of the great Panhandle, sliou <1 liave a $10,000 bridge erected across tine Canadian river, tobe built without delay. The three progressive and wide awake business men who cast their votes for this new ent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 January 1888

WBHmsmIbmÉmA' •* .r- ^ iv ~~ mv V rV ■*■:?> X* . •. maéS&mmm ladian Free Press. m saga \.r * > m ■8 i vi * # CANADIAN, TEXAS Professor Stewart of Liberia esti- mates that for every missionary who goes to Africa 76,000 gallons of liquor are sent to that country. The Rev. «Father Heni&n, pastor of the Roman Catholic church at East Mauch Chunk, Pa., has declared open war on bustles in every form. He brands them as unsightly, a production of wretched vanity, and as immoral altogether. He further says that, un- less the women of his congrega- c - o tion, old and young, abandon the use of the offensive article he will forbid them the communion. The discovery of silk is attributed to one of the wives of the Emperor of China. Hoangt', who resigned about 2.000 years pefore the Christian era, and since that time a special spot has been allotted in the gardens of the Chinese royal palace to the cultivation of the mulberry tree—called in Chinese the "golden tree"—and to the keep- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 January 1888

Romance. IW. iiT- K. 1 ÜT A story of Impassioned Love 'tween Priest and Devotee. Be^ No sleepier little town than St An atole lies nettled amid the yineclad hills of " eastern France, none of more smiling* gracious as- P®ct, There is plctaresqaeness too in the quiet streets, the loir arcades with round arches recalling the Spanish occupation of Franche Córate, part of the rich dower of Mary of Burgundy, and bits of Spanish domestic architecture remain here and there. Round about rise the pleasant hills, mere gentle de- clivities although designated by the name of mountains in these parts; a little river runs by the town, hiding itself in a green valley; beyond, tower the dark pine forests of the Jura; while far away stretches the Alpine fairy land oí Blanc and its sister peaks, flakes of violet and ambfcr In the far dis- tance. 80 dead-alive this towniing of or three thousand souls, so unfrequented by tourists, and remote from the highways ol the world, that nota carriage awaits the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 January 1888

wm&$. ■ Mm? - - Ife Hi Canadian Free Press, the OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. HARM 4 LUCWiCX. Editors and Proprletsrs. $1.50 PER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Pcstoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. published every wednesday at canadian, texas. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Ji'djrc. E. E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. McGcc Deputy Sheriff, - (4. W. Akin? CJerk, - - - - - J. II. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - - J. J. Geriach j believe Panhandle iiawspaper Convention. Tee Free Press having heard from a large majority of the Panhandle newspapers, who are in favor of Feb- ruary 22, Washington's Birthday, and ('anadian as the place of convening, we take it upon ourselves to say that the time and place of meeting is settled as above. If. says an exchange, we were to put a two-line local in the most obscure corner of the sheet, which stated that a certain business man charged more for his goods and kept a poorer grade of the same than his competitors, that man w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 February 1888

■ v. • •••;. :" & CANADIAN FREE E3i PRESS. al and Personal Mention. Try Crown Patent Flour. Harry McGee was in the city this Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, February 1,1888. NO. 24. Ladies, for a nice dress, cheap, see new cashmere at Slialler's. Marshal Akins was suffering from a lined ankle, for several days the past week. Subscribe for the Free Press. Hon. B. M. Baker was in Mobeetie several days last week. Everything in the clothing and dry goods line at ALMOST your own lig- ares for the next 30 days at the Cali- fornia Store. Saturday, the 28th, was too cloudy to the total eclipse of the moon. W&'" The Red Front Store carry the best and cheapest line of Groceries in the Panlianhandle. B.K. Ilerrington &Co. Several people say that there is a ghost which haunts a house not far from town. It is said to be the ghost of Matt Clarke. For a good shave and hair cut go to tlie Tonsorial llooms of J. P. Yaeger, Second St., back >f Van Horn's. The Newspapers ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 February 1888

. • ri v - Free Press. ——— > •: I! I: >• CANADIAN, TEXAS Thk New Tork postoffice is a pay- ing institution. It netted $3,000,000 in 1887. ' tiohd Frederick Hamilton is com- ing to Cunada to visit bis friends, the Lansdownes. A CRIMSON OPENING. •• Í '.-.I. St. PatiPs Cable Line Meets With a Dire Mishap. A Crowded Car Thrown from the Track and Wrecked—One Person Killed and Several Injured—Three Men Killed in a Snow Drift by a Train—Railroads in the East Block- aded—General News. ^ A frozen orange is light in weight By lifting oranges with the hand the best fruit may be obtained. Mr. Gladstone has abandoned his intended visit to Naples and will re- side next mouth at Florence. Mrs. Hancock's friends have sub- scribed $15,000 for a home in Wash- ington, and the money is still coming in. The Rev, De Witt Tal mage has been chosen chaplain of the thirteenth regiment to succeed Henry Ward Beecher. Edwin Arnold, the poet and editor, is now a knight of the Order of Knight- hood and Comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 February 1888

&T-* ■ Mér . flíl',; L'JjÜf.- • . HÉS Wm K I >.-, - . - ■ !>*••• m l4r- m M¿ ■ ■ ¡rs 1 THE WAR. tínr tbJ *lo>* rkfrr" wt the cry oí pain out the triumph mntle • 9tr. imC^e^tei earth'® galo; ' ' "till does history repeat 'Man's forward march on bloody feet I Twas two ideals in conflict. . ^adone must throttle one: i? ?« ®M'« weal was waiting the fleht was done; And from the struggle with its foes A nobler human hope arose 1 ^rc-527' tP"<Ja7? while with as ^Within the shadow wait The widowed, orphaned, homeless, The sick, the desolate; wir,?u?h we ne'er can pay the debt, We 11 show them we do not forget I Reroember then the glory; But, oh, remember, too, The broken lives, O brothers, Wbose pain is borne for vou; And let each Teterau feel we know The wealth of gratitude we owe! "—Boston Advertiser. Narrow Escape. "Aunt Alary, are you aware that am 29?" said lona Ross, with a pretty frown. J "I am my dear—and Tin a blunt woman. Why don't you get married?" asked the old l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 February 1888

¡É ., ■■■■'Mi&Z- .an Free Press, ORGAN OF COUNTT. HEMPHILL LlWlCKi Edüers asá Pruprielífs. - The largest and best paper in the Pauhandie, (Chestnuts!} the Cres- cent last week devoted a half column of their ' valuable'' spare, (space which is generally filled with their own "ads,"' for it appears that they run a real es- tate burean as well as a matrimonial A A i tC "MI VC4'1 fifi i) vi A («ij (• uiuva •*• •■ ••• 11.50 pkk kaii; $1 fok six MoSTns. MpprjUo a tirad? of slush about this STRICTLY IN ADVANCE* L,L>r Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. PUBLISHED ¿VKKV WEDNESDAY CANADIAN. TEXAS. AT HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judgi1, ...... E. E¿ PoMy Fherífff T. T. McGee J>*pnfy Bboriff, ... tt_W. Akins Clerk, . . - - Jv H. Hopkins ^Tr« fiiir«!P. - - - J. J. Gcriach l4 jrn) iidriner to the Cemmimion- 01 ' Court, ... . D.X. Baker Jnetfceof tho Peace, - - Chris Stump Anne-dor. ----- H. E. Siders Surveyor. 3. L. Straujrhan #!OM MISSION ERS. Fitwf IWtrict, Fww...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 February 1888

Vol. i. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday, February 8,1888. No. 25. By virtue of authority vested in me as Sheriff and tax-collector of the county of Hemphill, and state of Texas, I have levied on the following describ- ed Ileal Estate for taxes due thereon for the years 1885, '86 and '87 thereon, and will proceed to sell the same to tlw highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door in Cauadian, for the taxes and accrued costs thereon, on the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 1888, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 5 P. M., and will continue from day to day until said sale is completed. TOM T. McGEE. Sheriff and Tax Collector of Hemphill county, Texas. Owners. Unknown 1885. 4 4t 44 Unknown 44 44 • 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Ab. No. Cer. No. Sur No. Original Grantee Jrfcres. Value. Taxes. 44 44 liobt Moody * tt 44 Unknown do 1887 - 6 1346 9 A B & M 64o 640 3.20. 7 "47 11 44 4k 4 a 4 8 "48 13 44 44 44 44 13 17-38 — Silas II Bates 76 76 .38. 17 303 5 B & 6 F 160 16...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 February 1888

f. -r. * í®t i? «;sS .' , " \ ■'- ■ -■ ¿ ' ■s ■ ■■ '' v rJ i, - ^ i- -i ■ ; _ - ?;'i •• " U"■ - Ww. Canadian Free Press. K m* <■ CANADIAN, TEXAS Benjamin F. Butlers personal tax in Lowell, Mass., was $3,061.21 last year. George Peabody, the philanthropist once sawed wood for his board, and when he was 11 years of age was work- ing inji country grocery store in Mass- achusetts. Harris Campbell, the village black- smith of.fíenniker, N. H., is 80 years old, bntifie makes as good a horseshoe as ever. For sixty-three years lie has worked at his trade in the same shop. The students of Milan are arranging to present Mr. Gladstone with an ad- dress and a memorial consisting: of a colossal album containing the names of thoasands of students throughout Italy. As governor of Massachuseetts, Oli- ver Ames has attended the 20th anni- versaries of Worcester, Springfield, Hingham, Duxbury, and Ipswich, and the 150th of East Hampton, Grafton and Waltham. The prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha is a mig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 February 1888

?'$£ /A:"" •• "'"'V'^^".. ■•=^«^:"*v" ' ' * ' ' -- ' ' ' '<£&_ ..íÉÉÉÉÉH 4 - < 1 * • >1BX. s pff?. m u. ^ m %és*st- I '=■ i? tSolnmhn. (O.) Dispatch. Do you notice that yonng feflew— w_. «-y6® o* bine and raubtache jellow? «••so happy that he caivt conceal his ^ r 1°7* Why? He's a daddy! w . .. He's a papa! tñelather of a bouncing baby boy! tyhat a grin expands his features M- A® "e greets his fellow creatures "■"l be meets them in the morning com- ing down. My! How he slaps you! *r • • How he grips you! He IB certainly the craziest man in town. And he never tires of telling ¿-V ,What the baby weighed, or dwelling l*® beauty and its rare intelligence. Yet— We'll not tell him, («..x.., „ .Though we're certain That it s lile a!! other babes in looks and «ep'se. %" MASQUERADING. Waverly Magazine. "I declare I am ashamed of my sex!" excli^i'med Mabel £<ee, as she , had been reading with an expression of extreme disgust on her usually merry lace. "Why, what has your sex b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 February 1888

m: ■a? U m- m rgsi*. . i.* ico irrogo, IHK OFFICIAL ORGAN OF hemphill _ COUNTY. L f. RIM Editor itá Proprietor. •1.50 PE it YEAR; 91 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. £«tercd at the Postcffice at Canadian as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY at - CANADIAN, TEXAS. HEMPHILL COUNTY abe riff. Deputy Sheriff, ... Clerk, Ti—urer. OFFICERS. E. E. Polly T. T. McOee G. W. Akius J. 1!. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach Lenl adriier to tke CommlnKlon- «•' Court. ... . r. m. Baker Junttee vf the Peace, - - Curls Stump Amenmr. H. E. Riders Surveyor, • • - - 8. L. Straughan COMMISSIONERS. Plrrt District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. A kin a John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willi L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: Tounty Court, for both civil and crimina bi sin -ss. first Monday in February, May Aug-utit and November, and may remain in session three weeks. Regular terms of the Commissioner'* Cour second Mondays in Februar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 15 February 1888

i f Vol. i. x-xtí: -*<r. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, February 15,1888. no. 26. . ^virtue of authority vested in me as Sheriff and tax-collector of the County of Hemphill, and state of Texas, I have levied on the following describ- euKeal Estate for taxes due thereon for the years 188-5, '86 and '87 thereon, ana will proceed to sell the same to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court flouse door in Canadian, for the taxes and accrued costs thereon, on the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 1888, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 5 P. M., and will continue from day t<d dav until said sale is completed. TOM T. McGEE. Sheriff and Tax Collector of Hemphill county, Texas. Owners. Unknown 1885. " 4b 44 Unknown 44 Ab. Xo. Cer. No. Sur Xo. 6 m rV't-".. ft-Jf fe é 8 13 17 23 25 27 30 31 37 38 47 56 395 418 421 425 1TJ6 Andrews, J V — 44 44 44 ♦. 44 •4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 i4 44 44 44 Rich. Gibbbon u liobt Moody 1346 "47 "48 17-38 303 1-913 1000 125 136 825 64 32-80 31-178...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 15 February 1888

....... wBSmBB^S^SSmSHKm s r*-. Vv':?>-¡^ ■Pf RSI' Free Press. Werefe fe-;*: fe CANADIAN, TEXAS Got. Sherman will go to Atlantie Citj early next month with his wife lor « short rest by the seaside. King Humbert is a keen sportsman and largely patronizes the genuine En- glish fox hunting that has been intro- duced in Italy. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton will return to the United States the latter part of March, and will thereafter make her home at Omaha. Timothy Sullivan has written in prison a volume entitled "A Poet's Lays in Tullamorc," which he has ded- icated to Mr. Balfour. The municipal authorities of San Re- mo presented the Crown Prince and Princess with bouquets on the anniver- ■ary of their marriage. Senator Stanford's gift of $20,- 000,000 to establish the university in California is one of the largest of the kind known to history. John M. Thurston succeeds A. J. Poppleton as chief attorney of the Un- ion Pacific Railway company at Oma- 1ml The salary is $12,000 a year. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 15 February 1888

Kg m- wSí ■' v R: tí ■■■' •:>r i§a ■ DIRE MISHAPS. Sage Powder Explosion. *©n Horribly Mangled-Disastrous ijaamite E*pi sion-Two Men Blown to 57®c«*-A Bad'Wheel Causes a Wreck-Twe g®*"00® ^^.Hy Injured and a Doses ©tl Ü k °*™"«ly iS.-uised-Other Dire Mishaps. Four Men Blown to Pieces. ^WiLuuiiw«, Pa., Fehu 10.-At 10o'clock •his morning a severe shock was fell in this «city, art shortly afterwar J it was learned that * explosion had occurred at Dapont*s pewder works at Wapwallowrpen, twenty miles «rom here, and that four men had been in- itsntly killed. The explosion was the most violent e ef ,n the Wyoming valley. It occurred at 0:5o o'clock this morn in ir. Thft windows jn all the buildings here rattled and officials in the court bouse thought there was an earth- quake as the building shook violently. At Nantlcoke and Wanamic, chimneys toppled dre? r. I?° 80f bn,ldinff , school chil- iífí« terror from the school houses. T?men flocked toward the mines 5t-Üvre ^members of their fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 15 February 1888

> <v *• t;v - TBr*.'. W: wr it: i •' • m %$i ■ m L'i- mm Canadian Free Press, ÍTHE OFFICIAL OJtfJAN OF HEMPHILL t ' COUNTY. L V. HARM Editor sod Praprietar, s1.óü VKll yeak; strictly $1 FOB SIX .MONTHS. IN ADVANCE. Eatered at the IVstoffiee at Canadian as second-class matter. published every wednesday canadian, texas. AT HEMPHILL COUNTY Jnri'zt, ..... Hfccrtff, .... iM'puty Sheriff, ... Clerk. - Treasurer. - . iViral mlriacr to the Cotnini&¿2on- ers* Court. . - . . . m. Raker Justice of the Pence, - - Chris Stump Assessor. h. E. Siders Surveyor, - - . . 8. L. Struughai: COMMISSIONERS. OFFICERS. E. E. Polly T. T. MeGee G. W. Akin? J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerhich I*ir*l District, ííecond District, Third District, Fourth District, District .luriffe. District Attorney, Sttmuel Pollard U. C. AJiins John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: Cqunty Court, for both civil and criminal bualnesa. first Monday in February, May, Aujrost and NovemU-r. and may re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 February 1888

^hpss3^'.: t,v;' '!zj*'' l j v'; -• r "f '- -• ■■: : "f • . * L HP lü: í. 3sS .5' ■ £— \. BSí, sg n ... > i -' . n j V V ! .-.i- ! vV .. i B| ; ■* m. Tí 18 m ¡hrc: P EfcS^ tü.£5 II £' ' U*;' &■*, \ & Vol. i. TMIETTGRATIO N Canadian, Hemphill County, TigEAS, Wednesday, February 22,1888, NO. Convention of the 19h Senatorial District of Texas. Important Business Transacted. The Panhandle to the Front in Cheap Lands. An Immense Tide of Immigration Coming. 20,000,000,of Acres of the Finest Land on Earth, Await- ing Settlers. Field. Jos. Lester,and W. E. Edwards. Donley county: G. A. Jackson, W. J. Grant and S. II. Carhart. Carson county: O. H. Nelson. II. II. Brooks, J. Lester. G. B. Berry: J. C. Williams, J. II. Hughes, A3. Roberts, J. L. Gray. R. H. Arnold, A. S. Mc- Kinney and L. B. Collins. Roberts county: Capt. J. S. Welch. R. W. Grierson, D. E. Burns and John Decker. Potter county: W. I?. Plemons, C. W. Merchant, J. T. Holland and A. T. Davidson. Hansford county: G. M. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 February 1888

* -V ♦ V>: m m K fe CANADIAN, - TEXAS It is safe in saying that the Bohe- mian-oats man has cheated more far- mers than all the lightning-rod, fruit- tree and circus men put together. There is hardly a county court in the land in which Bohemian oats have not figured. ' Experiments are to be made at Al- bany, Ga., in the cultivation of the py- rethrum roseums, a species of fever- few, from which the insect powder known as Dalmatian, now so much used, is manufactured. It is now cul- tivated largely in California, but the Bupply is not equal to the demand. Prices of pure-bred cattle were un- Srecedentedly low in Scotland last year, 'he average price for 1,602 beasts (short-horns and Aberdeen-Angus), which were sold at auctions, was £19 la 3d., whereas in 1886 the average for 1,800 head was £22 14s. 4d., and in 1886 prices were considerably high- er. At a recent convention of bee-keep- ers, one speaker said: 4,I was in Da- kota the last season at a place where there were no bees. Pum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 February 1888

m m¡¡ v- as $ • y^ij-jfffr- Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, February 22,1888. NO. 27 By virtue of authority vested in me as Sheriff and tax-collector of the county of Hemphill, and state of Texas, I have levied on the following describ- ed Real £state for taxes due thereon for the years 1885, ?88 and *87 thereon, and will proceed to sell the same to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House «loor in Canadian, for the taxes and accrued costs thereon, 011 the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 1888, between the hours of 10 A. M. and a P. M., and will continue from day to day until said sale is completed. TOM T. McGEE. Sheriff and Tax Collector of Hemphill county, Texas. Owners. Unknown 1885. " 4* ti Unknown it 44 4 44 44 •6 44 44 44 44 44 44 Ab. No. Cer. No. Sur No. 6 1346 9 7 "47 11 8 '•48 13 13 17-38 17 303 5 23 1-913 i 25 1000 19 27 >20 30 136 • 31 825 11 37 (• Original Grantee A 15 & M 38 47 56 395 418 421 425 1'86 Andrews, J V — 44 44 66 14 66 II Rich. Gibbb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 February 1888

W^smr, ."--V V m pr- i t&WM to HI «5, •" ;.. :■■' V Us? 5 BN • =M : m Canadian Pree Press, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. HE STAUTEB A PAPEB. L. V. UM Editor and Proprietor. $1.50 PER year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. published every wednesday canadian, TEXAS. at HEMPHILL COUNTY J «dffe, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, ... Clerk, ..... Treasurer. - OFFICERS. E. E. Polly T. t. MeGee O. W. A kins J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gcrlach Legal adviser to the Commission- er?* Court. ... . r. m. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor, H. E. Sillers Surveyor, - . - - R. L. Straug-hcn COMMISSIONERS. First District, - - - Samuel Pollard Secoiil District, ... g. C. Akius Third District, ... John Anderson Fourth District, - - George Simpson It Was Kan on the Most Approved Meth- ods of Journalism, but Some Way It Didn't Pan Out Well—Hopes Ho May Not Meet HÍ3 Subscribers in the Better Ccnntry. [Fred Carroth In Chica...

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