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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 March 1888

É f-:-- l . birds must know. Who wisely sins Will slug as they; J.ne common air has generous wings, Songs make their way. «o messenger to run before, . Devising plan; Wo mention of the j I ice or hour # To any man. Ao waiting till some sound betrays K« H A ,istening ear; J5® different voice, no new delays, If steps draw near. "What bird is that? its song is good*" ^ And eager eyes rGo peering through the dusky wood 1,1 g'ad surprise. Then late at niiiht, when bv his fire Th«i traveler sits,"* atching the flames grow brighter,higher, The sweet song flits l>y snatches through his weary bw.ln To help him rest w hen nex^lie goes that roa 1 ar,ain, An empty nest On leafless bough will make ^lm Ah, use. i^ast snrini? Just here I heard, in pasvnii Jy 8 That rare b ^J ¡jimr;'" But while he sings, rdnM)inbcring T, ..... , . ."w sv'*«et the song, The little bird, o'u tireless wiug, i ,. . xwn along In other air, ^ other ^ . With w%*ry feet, On other roads, the simple strain ti,„ i.- . Are ...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 March 1888

mm — EK' ¿"V- l . * i " m:. ■ ( Free Press, MR OFFICIAL ORSAN OF HEMPHILL - OQCNTT, * " L f. IIIM EJiiu isd Proprietor.' $1.50 FIR TSAR; 41 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IK ADVANCE. Mr. Robert Moody brought Mss. Moody mud daughter ¿.up from the ranch Saturday. The school board has announced that the school building will be rapidly pushed to completion. Saturday last the grass in the big g-jVi.1 -r-rr====rn==r==^^===r-... • --r=r:r I swamp on tlie other side of the river, Knttred at the Postofllce at Canadian j opposite town, was burned. as second-class matter. j _ . _■ , . j Messrs Johnson. Carter, and several ruvLiSHKD J5VERY wednesdat at i othes parties from Adolie Walls were Canadian, texas. j in the city trading Friday last. ■ ■ — ~ :r=ri~ * ; For a good shave and hair cut go to j the Tonsorial liooms of «I. P. Yaeger, ; Second st., back -f Van Horn's. AlfrVEKTISIXtr KATES. (liagle Incli per . Month —~$1.50. j Two or more i aches' at the rate per month of $1.00. locals 10 cents per l...

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

- ,:V banks. >re Bank Canadian, ilnt State aank Kiowa Ks., TOWH COMPANIES. « ; -^SSSt ami Á¿¿ UAMB COMI-ASIM, Booking Chair Ranch Jfóbeetle Te*Si. Hansford Land * & tie company „ ,. lfcsaa „ Canadian. Creeswdl Ranch k ., « *. *. Polly • HearrHamburg Geo. W. Ahina • V.I VK KTOCK COSIItlSIIIOW. Jas. H. Campbell & Co naHBRAL MSKCAKTILK ASI) OROCERT B. K. Herrlngton & Co Canadian. Qerlach Bros. A Co - •• pabw1ro implsvknts, sekiw J. W. Reynold# Canadian. aOTSI.H, t ntherland Hotel liSEfrS" Miami House Miami, rex. kattno «o0íí. Chop House. Main St .. Canadian i.aw laud ard ii«bu a ce. , Polly ft Hall Baker ft Decker F. H. Snider * P. K. Miller • • • • •* DRÜOOI8TS ARt) PHTSICIAJW. L Hoover ' *B ■ Canadian. CONTRACTOR w ir ¿a. ¿«Qtroás andcigTrs Kew't. * Co Canadian. insi'bctor or cattle B.C. Mall meat rarkrt Robt. Moody bonbs. . j> Belt Canadian. Hijririns and Miami. application kor state J. H. Hophln*. County Clerk .....Canadian. notarv PtJllMC Its Fauna end Flora- BT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 April 1888

É* / Kg:., Canadian Free Press. THE EICH ana horeoe. CANADIAN, TEXAS Heartrending Scenes Around the Fated Mining Shaft. / Louisiana is preparing to organize an immigration bureau. The estate of the late Samuel J. Til- den he estate né0 amo amounts to $5,000,000. President Cleveland celebrated bis 51st birthday on the 18th inst John Bbown, Jr„ of Put-in-Bay, has gone to California to visit his brothers. Bill Nye's Western lecture tour net- ted him $3^000 a ka. X) an^Abai] flUDBLfcn irpe^^fprr anquet at Tope- Twenty-One Dead Bodies Already Taken from the Mine-The Work of Rescue Still Continued by Brave Hearts aa*k Willing Hands-The Canse of the Explosion Still in Doubt. /• rother of John y, lives atCol- Edward B Brown, of Harper' umbus, O. Allegheny City, Pa., rejects nat- ural gas and goes back to coal on the score of cheapness. Valentine Winter, of Dayton, Ohio, has given $10,000 to worthy charities in that city. Bouguereau, the artist, is short and stout, with gray hair and whisker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 April 1888

■-*3'-' mm HOME CALLSTy&r- ! { When the work-day hours'aré closing •f *„And the evening twilight falls, How the homes throughout the city Send forth their loving calls. Calls so low, you may not hear them; But how many hear and snrile! And tired hand and heads so weary Are forgotten for the while. The dear home Sounds ring sweetly In the ears of toiling men. And, for love of wife and children, They seek their homes again. So I sit in the brooding twilight, And watch as the homeward go, With glad steps hurrying onward I o the hearths that love them so. And I long to cry out to them: *•(>, guard the home love well; Be tender ah<l true to your dear ones- How long yours, none can tell!" íor I know there is one among tkem Whose heart in sadness roams, Who hears no cal! in the twilight, ¿>av^ the call to the Home of homes. —Good IIovsckeeJ>ing. ELFIE. 1$Y J. L. he whi3- brute to a Él 1 *r •V- [3¡l m gar*;- i K, « .. "My darling, forgive rae, pered : hurriedly. *4i was a mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 April 1888

" i§3 - - V '• ' v ^ Á;- r * dfr ~ US! -i~ - * ü¿~- ~~ T" Bp Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL OMAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L f, KAi)M [¿iter and Proprietor. •l.fiO Piit TKAR; yi'kictlt $3 FOR SIX ¿IOXTHS. IK ADVANCE. Entered at the Postcflice at Canadian as «econd-class matter. Talk With a Promi- nent Capitalist. the Panhandle and Its People. ruslisnjcd kvkry wednesday CANADIAN. TEXAS. AT f HEMPHILL COUNTY Jwéf. ..... Sb«rlf\ ©•puty Sheriff, ... Work, ..... Tr*« ur r. - OFFICERS. - K. K. Polly T. T. McGe# 6. W. Akir.s J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gcrlaeh I*f«l adviser ta the Cotczaission- era* Csurt. ... - 3. II. Baker Jastice of the Peaee, Chris Stump iiSNitr. - - - - Luwis DIrr. j Surrey , - - - - g. L. Straiifrhan COMMISSIONERS. Firal District, Saoeoá District, Thlrt! District, Faarth District, District J ad *. District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. Akins Jchn Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. I). Miller Your reporter liad the pleasure last -•veiling of meeting Dr. G. C. Bailey a capitali...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 April 1888

p: V ~w s |x a ] c le lit ll i ¡n lt i * let it. lai pr u - u Pa. - lid ; Ui • Ik ?r T* |S JE Ibf lie h i Ib ir g Canadian. Hemphill County, Texas, April 4,1888. No. J&. advertising rates. 1 iucli tingle column, $l,5ü per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per in?h per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. Stock Brands:—Each cat of animal $10 i ®r >r. Additional brands in letters r iaractsrs or figures $2 each. ■ 1 Payable in advance. Locals. Messrs A. H. and Ira Boyd, two sol- id men from Larned, Ks., were in the «ity several days this week. They were well pleased with the country and will toon retnrn again. * For a good shave and hair cut go to the Tonsorial Booms of J. P. Yaeger, Second st.. back >>f Van Horn' . Baker & Becker have 30,000 acres of the j£#t Railroad landjin Lipscomb and (K cxree counties for sale at $2 per t or will sell choice of sections at "Tpb'per acr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 April 1888

IT/* « « Üy í? í\- ..*s •0 6 Li. K. Ft fCH PrdiitlMt, Ht.fRT Havbcbo, Vic* Pres. F. 9. Lokd Cashier. h a w a- t 1 e> o a tt c. li r; ti w u irJ úi « i is tb c a it. THE TRADERS' BANK of Canadian, Texas. CAPITAL, STOCK 960,000 TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. . COLLECTIONS'PROMPTLY MADE AND REMITTED. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. - o Th« interests of customers are closely guarded, and every facility compatible with prin- ciples of sound banking freely extended. Correspondents—National Pafk Bank of* New York, National Bank of Kansas City. Mo.; Merchants and Planters National Bank, Sherman, Texas • Directors—Henry'llaitf&urg, Judge Frank Willis, Robort Moody, L. E. Finch, O. ■ Nel son and Fred 8. Lord. * The leading advertising medium of the Panhandle. 'ine Jol fJT®. pitfpair#á £© d@ ail of finf wo^k. jBall ár>d \í/cdelír)<a A * f . Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, State- ments, Programmes, Cards, Envelopes, all kinds of rule work Etc. NEAT,CHEAP AND QUICK. L ■a> ,V ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 April 1888

* "4.."'ir c- . ."V ' - " - ' -. '-v' _ v-v.~-r.V m :'-r v ^ £$s* Í *•'• f~* - '\Z'*^'.£--a- 3gK ■KÍI^SiftS VOL. 1. Canadian, jl County, Texas, April 11, 1888. NO. 36. m ■ I IZBa fe ti | £//*' fcf ft Orí l(itCL INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN THE FREE PRESS. BANKS. Traders Bank Canadian. First State Bank —Kiowa Ks., TOWS COMPANIES. Town Company . .Canadian. ii ii iTiuuns Livy. ii || Hansford. ii || .................... .....¿Iiami| CATTLE AND LAND COMPANIES, Rocking Chair Kanch o bee tie Texas. Hansford Land A Cattle company „ Texas - „ „ . Canadian. Cresswell Ranch A *t •• E, E. Polly It Henry •« Geo. W. Akins *> LIVE STOCK COMMISSION. Jas. H. Campbell & Co OENEKAL MERCANTILE AND GROCERY HOUSES. 11. K. Herrington A Co Canadian. Gerlach Bros. A Co • ••••••••••«■•••a $ • FARMING IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS ETC. J. W. Reynolds Canadian. HOTELS, f utherland Hotel Canadian. Miami House Miami, Tex. EATING HOUSE. Chop House, Main St. Canadian LAW L-fcNC AND INSURANCE. Polly a nail Canadian. Baker &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 April 1888

an ■4^ ^mri^ .".V- V !%•= hi ' CANADIAN, TEXAS - - Bife k~*- f*í~ The new German Emperor is—oí before stricken with his present malady—a splendid athlete. Hebr Strauss, the composer, is a clever hand with the pencil, and de- lights in making caricatures. The present William Lloyde Garri- son is said to be the owner of a tongue as sharp in public debate as was his father's. Dr. JShrady, who attended Gen. Grant, expressed the opinion that Frederick IIL will steadily improve and recover. The highest pension is $100 per month, but two drawing that amount, one of the two being Gen. Black, the Commissioner. Frank Stocton met a lady in En- gland who did "so much" want "to shoot Niagria." She understood they did it in a steamboat "Buffalo Bill," having made nearly $1,000,000 in England, is pre- paring to return to America and try his luck as an author. Hannibal Hamlin, at the age of eighty-nine, is the only survivor of the eight statesmen who were on the National tickets of 1860. Joe Howard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 April 1888

' ■ •- Tí Hill i i l MU GENERAL i - - P¿£~; m OLD ATO HEW WORLD TIDINGS, A Beautiful Dynamite Friend Jumps to Hei Dsath—A Water Spout Visits Pesth-Aa Unlucky Excursion—Foreign and Domestic Gossips. A Nihilist Maiden's Suicide. LokMbt, April 7.—The beautiful daughter of a Rfeaian army officer rented a room in Moscow, but directly she bad taken possession of it tbc police appeared and forced the door, when she jumped from the window aud was mortally injured. Her trunk coatained dy- namite bombs, which, on investigation, were Intended for the purpose of assassinating the czar. Deadly Fighting at Sooloo. Madri d, April 6.—Advices from Sooloo say that fighting recently broke out between the Spanish garrison and Sooloo natives and that ten Spanjsrds and 200 natives were killed and seventy Spaniards wounded, including a num- ber of officers. The new Viceroy Grncral Weyler, who is going to Manila, has been instructed to en- force 8psnish supremacy in the Fhillipine, Caroline, Mariana and Pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 April 1888

~, iU, | m - W'f-r.'-' fiM Ti*£ Free Press, •rn«UL ot A> uf bolpuill C0UJ1TY. THE PLAINS REGION. Its Pansa and Plora aw L I. MS2 Hita lid Pnprietir. •1.50 PKR YKAlt; «1 TOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IX ADVAlfCB. *■ ■ rVBLlSBRD EVERT WEDNESDAY CAN ADIAN. TEXAS. at Bntered al the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. BY DR. CHAS. W. CROFT, GEOLOGIST. Copyright lied for. Papers may copy by obtaining permission. ' ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $1.50 per month. 2 or moro inches 51,00 per inch per mouth. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. Stock Brands:—Each cnt of animal $10 per yr. Additional brands iu letter charartsrs or figures $2 each. Parable in advancc. HEMPHILL COUNTY JnJfo. - Fhorif. licputy Sheriff, ... Clerk, - Treasurer. - OFFICERS. - . E. E. Polly "f. T. MeGee G* W. A kins J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerluch Legal adviser to th« Commission- w' Court, Justice of the Peace, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 April 1888

Vol. i. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, April 18, 1888. NO. 37. INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN TIIE FREE PRESS. THE PLATES EEGrlOH. i f. rí': BA5KS. Itá Fauna and xlora- .^Traders Bank Cnnaiiian. *f"tr«t State Bank —Kiowa Ka., "town companies. Town Company Canadian. ; „ „ ,'PírniBS Cuy. •• « Hansford Copyright applied for. „ „ Miami, j CATTf.E and land companies, Commissioners Court. Rocking Chair Ranch Mobeetie Texas. Hansford Land & Cattle company „ Texas „ Canadian. Cresswell Ranch & „ „ S. E. Polly Henry Hamburg Geo. w. AklnH • ••«•••••••••a* •« ••••••«•• %% LIV* STOCK COMMISSION. Jas. h. Campbell & Co obnekal* mercantile and grocerv houses. B. K. Herrington & Co Canadian. Gerlaeh Bros. & Co „ rARMINQ IMPLEMENTS, seeds etc. J. W. Reynolds Canadian. hotels, Sutherland Hotel Canadian. Miami HOutte Miami, Tex. eatino hocbc. Chop House, Main St Canadian law land and insurance. Polly & Hall Canadian. Baker Jc Decker F. H. Snider ,, F. E. Miller r „ druggists and ph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 April 1888

;■ r- m- eg CANADIAN, Soapstone paint is said to be an ex- cellent rust preventive for iron sur- faces. ■ Prof. Jowett, Master of Balliol, is at seventy years of age as active and light-hearted as ever. He walks miles every day, singing or whistling most of the time. He is an enthusias- tic amateur musician. •-¿i - • --X Canadian Free Press. JEALOUSY. ■ > TEXAS ML TALMAOFS 8UHDAY DISOOUBSE* The Great Divine Grapples an Old Sin. Joaquin Miller is living at pres- ent in a little redwood house, about twelve feet high by something like thirty feet in length, perched away up on the side of a naked and rocky mountain near Oakland, CaL Dr. Boggs, the inventor of the ••gold brick" game for fleecing tender- feet, and one of the most dangerous confidence men in the West, has "re- formed' ' and taken up the business ol bookmakinsr on the race tracks. An Englishman has discovered the ancient porphyry quarries, where the Romans obtained the stones used in their famous buildings. The quarries ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 April 1888

v' '■% 5SSSS8 SB JBSSM3 " '-rrfirrr .if. *'¿ - ^-~¿S v • j - ; ¿J¿c£¿ isma:: wss %?¿&* "v "f< ' '• '.Íl id ir® í- f ÍJk I [t; kí- SS: DISGRACEFUL DESECRATION. A. Disgraceful Case of Sabbath Desecration at Kansas City. CURRENT EVENTS. Drunken Bohemians Break Up a Religions Meeting—They Try to Force the Congrega* tion to Drink Beer and Throw a Glassful in a Minister's Face—Shocking Orgies of a Crowd of Men and Women at Twenty- Fourth and Holmes Street, Etc. Sabbath Desecration. Kansas Citt, Mo., April 16.—Tlie Time* Bays: The saloons were pretty generally closed yesterday but, notwithstanding, there was a disgraceful case of Sabbath desecration at Twenty-fourh and McCoy avenue In the afternoon. About a dozen Bohemians gath- ered in the frame house at 2425 Holmes street, and tapped a couple of kegs of beer. In a short time they were in a glorious state of exhila- ration, and were singing songs to ''peer, peer, gut lager peer." Then they began to cur3e the American institution ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 April 1888

s? w% •mmm -jvm WWW 1 ■ m «W. 1 — má j j ' Free Press, w T O . Dixon of Cimarron Ka., ar- Ttt* GÍTICIAJ, OZC AIT tf 0ODKTT. hemphill L 9, um Mtir IB i Pnprlehr, i\M mt tear: fl for six month . MrmiCTLY IN ADVANCE. nrsLiimi) every Wednesday at #amadiam. texas. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian M seeend-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inrh single colamn, $1,50 per month. 2 or mart inches $1,00 per inch per Month. JjocaH. first insertion 15e per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reason able prices. Bills presented monthly. Stock Brand :—Each cnt of animal $10 per yr. Additional brands in letters #hsra<,t*rs or figures $2 each. 1*¿T able in advance. HEMPHILL COUNTY Jniífí, ..... Sheriff, • Diput* Skerlf, ... Ocrk, ..... Treasurer. - OFFICERS. • E. E. Polly T. T. lfcGee ®. w. Akins J. H. Ilopkins J. J. Gerlach Lejral adviser to tho Commission- w' Court, ... - B. M. Baker .Taftice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. ..... Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, * • - - S. ...

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

vol. 1. THE PLAINS REGION. tí ' , • ■; ¥ Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas, May 2, 1888. NO. 39. is INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN THE FREE PRESS. ms.. _ banks. Traders Bank Canadian. First State sank —>— Kiowa Ks.t towh companies. Town Company Canadian. n „ ,Ti!nm8 City. 99 99 Hansford. 3Jgjf • 11 Miami, cattlb and land companies, Rocking Chair Ranch Mobcetic Texas. Hansford Land & Cattle company „ Texas „ „ , Canadian. Crcsswell Ranch & „ „ „ E, E. Polly. „ Henri* Hamburg - Geo. W. Akins „ uve stock commission. Jas. H. 'Campbell & Co., Kansas City, Mo., cenehaf> mercantile and groceby houses. B. K. Herrington 8c Co Canadian. Gerlach Bros. & Co farming implements, seeds etc. J. W. Reynolds Canadian. ■a hotels, f utherland Hotel Canadian. Miami House Miami, Tex. eating house. Chop House, Main St Canadian law land and insukance. Polly & nail Canadian. Baker & Decker " F. H. Snider „ F. E. Miller druggists and physicians. E Longlej- M D Canadian. Uobson & Bro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 May 1888

r3B&SP^.3-"'"3 ; Bcí i:-: Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS TALMAGE. Ancient and Modern Spiritual' ism Contrasted. When the late D. TL Locks, ••Nasby," of the Toledo Blade, was alive, he took particular pride in the fact that none of his buildings had ever been damaged by tire. It is a singular fact that since his death three of the best edifices erected by him in Toledo have canght fire, and in each instance at the top of the building. A carpenter at Imlay City, Mich., I having some spare time last week, he went to his workshop and proceed to make a handsome toolchest When it was finished he invited some friends in to inspect his production, and then started to move it to another room, when be discovered that it was six inches wider than the doorway. In the Days of Yore, According to Biblical Lore, Wizzards Galled the Dead Forth. In concluding a paper in Science up- on the question whether forests in- fluence rainfall or not, Henry Gannett says: 4it seems idle to discuss fur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 May 1888

W *' m i ■Mrv. v ■im*. ei>- i ÍM££2ÍSÍs§g£«M¡í 'TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. ^ Louis Family's AwfuJ End. f^vy. Ernest Kleeschulte Shoots His Wife and Two Sons and Then Commits Suicide-Terrible End of a Petty Quarrel—A Missouri Farm- arts Crazy Wife Kills a Hired Man, Etc. A Family's Awful End. 8t. Louis, Mo., April 27.—Krnest Kleeschulte io-day shot his wife and two boys, aged Í and 3 years, and then committed suicide. The two separated two years ago aud since that time Mrs.Kleeschulte had been living six inilea aorth of this city, where the terrible tragedy accurred. Kleeschulte had made threats a re*r *g° that he would kill bis wife. 'T"e' murderer entered the house by way oi .« |i,,tcheD' *bere he found his wife prepar- ing the morning meal, and, without a word of warning, pulled a revolver and sent a bullet Lvn0!^ her body. She never knew what Killed her. The poor woman was found by the neighbors. J r *nAbu n,ext ,roora the horrible searchers found the two little boys bruised and bleed-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 2 May 1888

• áfc • ife COUNTY. ss#*-. fifrf fe-; 5§g: r^: K BP L t UNI Efllü wi fnpikt f. •1.60 PER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, $1,50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. HEMPHILL COUNTY jihjt* , ----- Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, - Clerk. - Treasurer. - OFFICERS. - E. E. Polly T. T. McGee G. W. Akins J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach Legnl adviser to the Commission- ers' Court, ... - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump ssessor, ----- Lewis Dirr. urveyor, - - - - S. L. Straug-han COMMISSIONERS. irst District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, Dteirirt Judge, District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF...

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