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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

£V:C5-' BP > _ * Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday June 13 1888. THE mm t J tv Ú ta V? * w n K: ☆ <C* CM AT 4> The 4th will be celebrated this year in the On a Scale of grandeur never before thought of in the Panhandle. is attractive and w i i 4th, 1 ami Hon. Temple Houston the Silver Tongued Orator of Texas, will deliver the Oration, addition to many other attractions there will be prizes offered for the following: contests. First Prize, 70 Dollars TOURNAMENT CONTEST: fENTRANCE FEE $5.00] Second Prize, 35 Dollars Third Prize, IS HORSE RACING: [ENTRANCE FEE $5.001 RUNNING RAGE: First Prize, $50 Second, $30 Roping Match: [ENTRANCE FEE $.5.00 First prize, $40 Second prize, $20, r «* *« * Wk mB • * ) 1-4 I I V I - i' " «- * f COME ONE!

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

.'■f I f¿" - 9 Qaftadian CANADIAN, - —- re®) (^DANIEL TE written sixty-four books MAGE'S SUNDAY MORNING DISCOURSE. Great Divine Preaches from the Text: "Does Religion Prolong Life?" Mrs. Garrett Andcrson, tho lead- ing woman phvsiciau of England, makes $50,000 a year. Smith College will "get more t 1100,000 under the will of the 1 George W. Hubbard. acecTUpon Religion by Its Friends-So Far From Subtracting From One's Vitality, Is a Glorious Addi- tion. lij ectal to the Kansas City Tima, Brooklyn, June 10.—At the Ta ndiu > the tb out Mrs. Laura Webster is the only man is America who performs profes tonally upon the violoncello. Vanderbilt paid Miss Mary Ti inghast $30,000 for inventing a ne" kind of tapestry hanging for his house. Gen. Boulanger has chosen an emblematic flower, which he begs all bis friends to wear. It is the clove pink. Rev. Dr. Miner, of Boston, has just completed the fortieth year of his pas- torate at Columbus Avenue Univeraal- ist Church. Alexander III., "Emp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

IT ¥—a TT it* to* 4 6UG Of i Stt has ftioi ed *P eon m ^foo per € bar Mr. cha aU oth it i JPF.9 In : five and the bis thr> dut var m mil per a paii dré mo gat wl* Voo bee of -Ov< bat 150 of | cee all less tax pre irit a art of (no ly- yet chs a ic. cot CU1 for hai bui * ter thi Th ow ing left lai >] tar tw< £$ rU If (Hi téi Poi *9 w frl a w 8 3 Bá 3 Pt t IK 4 a Í tí d SUPPLEMENT. YJJ KHf THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. The Democratic Hosts Assemble and Cleveland's Nomination Made Unanimous. The Proceedings of the Convention Given in Every Detail. VERY man, wom- an, and, one might almost say, child, is interested in the proceedings of the • National Demo- cratic Convention ^.of this year. They are the "winning party," and being t he "winning party" at the last -u¿unz—election, makes the Doorway. deliberations 0 f Democratic National Convention. The party managers cou.d not h ive made a better selection. Collins is an excellent presiding officer. Brilliant, quirk and good humored...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

Q CLEVEUH) AND THl'RMAN. The Democracy Cast Their Ban- ner to the Breeae. in BQ I c I J 5rover Cleveland of New York Nominated for President by Acclamation. Men 6. Tfcurman of Ohio Nominated for Vica President on the First Ballot. The Fiatfcrm Reported to the Convention and Adopted Unanimously Amidst the 'Greatest Enthusiasm—Th9 Doctrines of 188-1 Reaffirmed and President Cleve- land's Message Given Unqualified Endorse- ment. Democrats In Council. St. Louis, June 6.—At 10:22 the conven- tion was called to order by the temporary ihainnan. Prayer was offered by the Key. J. R. Greene of Missouri, who especially in- yoked the divine blessing upon the members of the convention who btfd been entrusted by the people of the states of the Union with the performance of an important duty. On motion of Mr. Prince of Massachusetts, a resolution was adopted tendering: the thanks >f the convention to the Colorado delegation Tor its gift of a silver gavel and directing that the same be placed in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

. nil — >• a -if I X ho ENGLI8H MILLIONAIRES. taly succession duties has becomt « subject P of interest, says the London Globe. Üre amount paid in respect of these auties for the financial year just ended has not been published. The succes- sion duty for the year 1886-1887 yield- ed £814,764, and the probate duty £4,086,469. The latter, at the rate of 8 per cent., therefore, represented per- sonal estate valued for probate at about ¿J&1,000,000. Since Christmas last *f°ur wills have been proved, passing persdhjlty of* more than ¿r9.500.0U0. Sj^fñniatn Miller, a Scotch merchant, left £1,023,000; Lord Wolverton, a banker, of Welsh descent, £1,820,338-, Mr. Hugh McCalnient, an Irish mer- chant, £3, lit, 931; and Baron de Stern, a German financier, £3,544,978. One other estate exceeding a million was. it is understood, passed by a will jprpved in the financial year just ended. In no previous year, it is believed, have five estates paid duty on more than ten and a half millions. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 June 1888

Canadian Free Press, INK official organ of hemphill county. :-g — L V. BUM Editor vá Proprietor. f 1.-ÍO PKIt VJfiAK; tl strictly ik advance. l't'llLISHKD EVERY wednesday at canadian. teia8. >'<ntcred at the Pustofliee at Canadian a* second-class matter. Hot Just the Answer he Expected. "Darling," «aid he tenderly, 4*I have made up my mind to ask you—to ask you—" "Yes," she whispered, breathlessly. '•To ask yon to become my wife. I know, dearest, that it is bold, it is for six months, presumptuous for me to do so. You are so much superior to me. I am, I feel, unworthy of yon, but—■*' "Say no more, John. I am yours. You may be nnwortby of me, but—" "But what, dearest?" "Half aloaf is better than no bread." —Boston Courier. 1N HEX TO ADV EKTLSEUS IN THE FREE PRESS. ■AKKtf. Already the boom that has been rampant in Liberal, has spread to Beer City, and many houses have and are being erected and contracts have been Trader* (tank ...*. Canadian. signed to build many more. The busy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 June 1888

* m 1 — ' " 1 Vol. l. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday June 20,1888. NO. 46. \¿ - ' %: Local and Personal Mention. The cattle shipping season has com- menced. Canadian looks as Dodge City did in the old times. Miss Ella Gallaher was in town trad- ing on Monday last. Robert Moody shipped two car loads of bulls and calves. C. B. Willingham of the Turkey Track is in town. A number of land seekers were in town the past week. It. D. McMordie of Lipscomb Co. was in the city this week. rMr. Young of Adobe Walls was in the city trading on Monday. Go to Gerlach Bros. & Co., for O. B. and Homo pateut flour. -Place your ear on the ground and hear the rumble of the "'Boom.'7 Mrs. Ilolly has rented the Ramey Hotel and will move into it at once. W. J. Todd manager of the Bar C ranch has been iu town laying in sup- plies. ltowe Bros., shipped seven c ars of calves to Kansas City the past week. Why don't you go down and congrat- ulate Dave Fay? Mine Host at the Depot Hotel. L. D. Mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 June 1888

Canadian Free Press. ■di ? «ANADIAN, - TEXAS - 3* • v 0;< • T* y * jLady Dudley always sleeps betw tíñck sheets. William Astob has brought forty- , seven pairs of trowsers from London. Mme Wilson, daughter of M. Grevy, ex-President of France, is to remove to New York to live. — f Lieutenant John W. guaydon.the : inventor of the dynamite shell pro* ' Jectile, is dangerously ill with a brain Section in Washington. -Pao-Yun, president of Pekin Academy, is translating Shakespeare the benefit of youthful princes of the Chinese imperial house. James Redfath is now in Rich- mond, Va., recovering from his recent dangerous illness, but, he will prob- ably not resume literary work for nsveral months. A charming figure at the recent private view of the Grosvernor Gallery was Miss Kate Greenaway, In a green plush gown, a figured silk shawl and a green trimmed hat. Boulanger was lately accused of wearing a wig, whereupon a corre- spondent called upon him and he sub- mitted to having his hair ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 June 1888

' K VP it 1 m i j Iv If DB. TALMAGE'S SERMON. | ÍÜLPIT AND PEESS MADE ALLIES, The Brooklyn" Divine Shows "Wherein Prac- tical Religion May Be Sidbservid Tty theS^- cnlar Press. • Hj ecial to the Kansas City Times. Brooklyn, June 19.—At the scrvlce In the Tabernacle this nioruinjr, the Rey. T. De Witt Taimare, D. D., took for the subject of his discourse, 'Tulpit and Press Made Al- lies." 1J is text waa, Luke xvl, v. 8; "The children of this world are in their genera- tion wiser than the children of light." He Ea!d: ; Sabred stupidity and solemn Incompetency find sanctified laziness are here rebuked by Christ, lio «a- s worldings are wider awake lor Opportunities than are Christians. Men of the world grab occasions while Christian people let the most valuable occasions drift by unimproved. That is the meaning of our Lord when he says: "The children of this world nrc in there generations wiser than the children of light" A marked lliustration of the truth of that maxim is in the slown...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 June 1888

"! '■ r \ =e*e ráám Canadian Free Press, WTR OFFICIAL oltgan of hemphill county. L. T. im Editor d Proprietor. 01.50 mt teak; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. rt'blisned every wednesday at canadian. texas. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, SI,50 per month. !i 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 OFFICERS. Judge, E. E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, ... G. W. Akfns Clerk. - J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlach L<m« 1 adviser to the Commission- em* Court. ... . n. M. Bnker iii'KtftX! of the Peace, - - Chrid Stump A*aessor, ..... Lewis Dirr. B irveyor, .... w. 8. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. First District. Socond District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, Samuel Pollard O. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 June 1888

i * ? i pP mm m isf ¡fe# if . I ■ gj§s& Special Edition of 10,000 Copies. Under the Auspices of the Hemphill County Immigration Association. mu ni i —i ■■■■■■■ - i. ■■ in i 111 i ii PII >■ ,, J ■ . 1 1 . . 1 ' rOL. 1. Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Wednesday Jane 27, 1888. No. 47. b&fJ is: or Texas, the tate of states. Cer Free Lands for the home- less. Vast lie- sources. Ag- ricultural lands. inerals, Timber Water, public Buildings. ,000,000 acres of free lands not yet taken in the Panhan- dle. - Room for 15,ooo,- | ooo people in .11 the Pan- ;a. handle. The Largest and best ñeld in the United States for Invest- i ment. I d IL Ih t f -- Texas is so vast in extent that it covers as much territory as Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachu- setts, Rhode Island, Pcnnsylyania, New*5Tork, New Jersey, Delaware and some other states combined. In order that the reader may get something like a correct idea of the state, its vastness and its possibilities, let us suppose that i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 June 1888

*nm> Ml 9MMSRH _ WWIIHWBBBMM mu i CO «¿fSp • -: -J-.••-• P¿ ¿ ': :T>£ í'f-'.' . ■"¿s-.*.'. • - • —' IP t pifé? ' r *:. v_:? S¡fe | ^;: ^\-V:'- .. m ••>; • _ •"- 4 -.-. ;■■ *,-• • *s . . - - . ■ ■ ■■'.- '- ": ■■' •:'' • " ■'■ :'-V'' , '""'-j - ' '' "i- í '.::' ' ', '-. '• '" :-. * , ' • ■ ' v ' V> - :; -. - .. 1 ^ ~£v ~í~'dlÍ.^ car; IICTIY W-m* <a; ■• .• L mé::§ EVEI LNADI JH'A ■ ■r ' the T jnd rat in ti in si at re: lonth iL CC • • |ff, - to the Pcae WMI tey, rool a 35 lan< >na fi re. on >f int men' 'kehs íty a ict. . ( r'r & ti hat tak in; •It eoí :no\ >n c-..^.iieu . *ne nutriTe itment by the commission- P tSáaadian Free Press, r , 9tt£K OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. !L if, MM Editor and 'Proprietor. t-v :«íí) i'hr year; $1 for six months strictly i2í advance. £/ .ipked every -wednesday at canadian. texas. •v.' sd at the. Postoffice at Canadian at: second-class matter. CctftuxloCL ívÜL i'Cr. v, Mewl<ii<i' L r ' >xtkjuei) from first page...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 June 1888

RRBP9ÍP1 FROM mícOND F4&E.) , in the interests of this county stop short oí attaining thjjhigh and best results possible. It is not pauper emigrant, who is a welcome re from the port where he sails >t is wanted by any means; but the class of a well-to-do cl aracte 1 o are to be had by reaching and r stoning with them, with regard t< the betterment of their social conditio* tee larger freedom, and the greatei for development in this count % *x . ty—to be given their children. Wm dian. Kohinoor of the Panhandle. Cbtuity Seat of Hemp- hill County. The .Magical Magnet of the G-reat Southwest. '©€ The most Prosperous City of Northern ^Fexas. Her His- tory one of Wonderful Prosper- ity. ublic Buildings, Bank, Bottling Establishment, Wholesale Mer- cantile houses, Hotels and Newspa- pers. m i pfi ¡7 C :*i X k If' \ a School has not yel be will soon be opened; fact that the trustees 76 for every child of 8 to 15 years of age i t year and as there ara Canadian, the county seat of H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 June 1888

¡i '' «1 < && Wm •rF'' 1|P I t If f I * a ** 4"1 'aIE.] at- ' < ID FROM fttiCOND YJ&E.) , in the interest of this count? stop short Oí attaining thjtyhigh and best results possible. It is not the pauper emigrant, who is a welcome departure from the port where he sails that is wanted by any means; but tha ether class of a well-to-do cl aracte w 1 o are tobe had by reaching and r siboning with them, with regard t< 1 the betterment of their social conditio** tne larger freedom, and the greatei chance for development in this count \ rj—to be given their children. f (i The Kohinoor of the PanhancO e. • County Seat of Hemp- " hill County. The >XJ ..Magical Magnet of the Great • Ft 7 I ~i O 1 4 1 t«. J i IZ QfiyuAÍJv M Pjj □ !P hd 1—* i j 1 i ^ , - * , R| * ^ 3 a i 9&UÍ >n !—^ \ rH ra 1 e i—h I— f= > a— P 0 i 1 . f£ c^uT- f> 1 TT~, i 12 i 'I J4- 5 i >2 1 ~w T~ 1 <2 4 —f 4 § t . /?. 6 • 1 11 V % <s Southwest. '8€ The most Prosperous City of Nort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 June 1888

...... ..«nw I..-,- .... — 1al 01 Us " Is ';■ í: *:..- c A & k ' ? > o .JL ± W N A D I A Seat of County The centre of trade and largest town on the Santa FeR'y extension. Grandly locat- ing town views the Canadian river, and the beautiful valley of Red Deer, Hemphill county contains 900 square miles, and was organized July 5, 1887. Ca- llan was voted the county seat on July 7,1887, and now contains a $10,000 hotel, the •st in the Panhandle. A $3,000 temporary court house, two newspapers, a bank $50,000 cash capital, ñne depots and the largest stock yards in the state. The town of Canadian is destined to be one of the best in the state, being favorably ?d in a rich country, with an inexhaustible supply of r>ure water easily obtained, ographical situation is such that it will command the trade of an immense area oi best country in the state. „ _ It is situatedat the junction of the Canadian and Red Deer Rivers, on the " the Santa Fe ' " , i- 0 ¿ *j am o lailway, z a a 13. M....

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

Canadian. Hemphill County, Texas. "Wednesday Jtuy 3,1888. a / § .V " \ Vol -v Canudo a ííii-er. CT' „ 'v/ m BannerGounty of the P anhandle. 900 Square Miles or 600,000 acres of the Finest Agricultur- al land Within its Boundaries. it Is Superior to any County of Rorthern leías in Water and Timber Living Streams and Springs Iff all sections. Mtónce tí Timber. The Electric light of Prosperity is Cast- ing its tfost Brilliant Rays over the Loveliest County of the Pan- handle, and Dazzling ail who Gaze Upon Its Rich and Varied States but Texas -where a person ran take up 640 acres of watered, anil 1,- i>20 of grazing land or purchase it so cheaply on long time, (40 years.) Hemphill county, which had hereto- fore been attached to Wheeler county for judicial purposes was organized on July 5. 1SS7, and Canadian voted the county seat on July 7. By a reference to the kiCity"' the reader can gain a : knowledge of the gigantic strides in progress made by the county in eleven months. The val...

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

■ 1EF: l¡r m m m Canadian Free Press. CAN ADIAN, TEXAS Tbis is a Presidential year in Colom- bia, Ecuador and I&livia. George Eliot never gdt less than $40,000 for any of her novejs. -*~r- Thb money spent lor. drinlu in ihlfctai an America olty of 200,000J inhabitants Is pat down at 920,000 per week the year, round. s One ol the beñélitl of statehood to Dakota is a donation of 9,000 acres of gpyernment land for the Agricul- tural cdllege. «f —T| Sam Baitdall's heatth appears to be serióúsly shattered, ancT^is friends are becoming alarjped* Stfme days he sees no one exoept his physician. Nearly half of the successful con- testa nts for Cornell University fellow- ships are women. Their studies have been architecture, botany and mathe- matics. Eugene Kimmel the London per- fumer, left a personal estate valued at $100,000, and made bequests to ali per- sons who had been his employ for in ten years. Wjiat may be of great value in ship building and watchmaking is the dis- covery that ...

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

- asf- -- V .: '* ■ ■ ;- . mmm oí-¿£2¿?J?¡¡r- - -' z2 ;-:*;. "• ;-: ■' - ;'•■."'■ " " - -: -. - ' •-. -; ^■rX'.Vi a - m f £ ■aid — announcement, and he was flven floor. He mounted the platform and 1 find myself somewhat embarrassed I o being thrown even into a semblance o£>antag oniam to the representation of the delegation Xrom the Pacific slope, who hare come here manifesting such a devotion to a chieftain whose banner I have followed with pride and affection lo, tüese many year . [Applause.] I would like, were the occasion appropriate and did I feel it proper, in view of the -courtesy to which i am indebted for au appearance here at all, to preface the an- nouncement I am about to make by some explanatory remark?, "but I shall not at- tempt to do so. No one in this convention, no one in this munificent auditorium has any doubt as to where the affection, the devotion and the allegiance of the republicans of Maine has been and always will be. [Ap- plause.] No delegate here will ...

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

-;- ■ y. s£3 >"« #>•*►•>- -« « *• Canadian Free Press, '1HE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL ^ COUNTY. L, V, HARM Edito tad Preprieior. $1.56 PER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as secund-class matter. HEMPHILL Judge. Sheriff. Iteputj Sheriff, Clerk. • - Treasurer. county officers E. E. Polly T. T- McGec G. W. Akin? J. H. Hopkins * - - J. J. Gerlach Lesiü adviser to the Commission- er ' Court. Juetiee of the Peace. Aw«w«r, Ihirveyor. B. M. Baker Chris Stump Lewis Dirr, W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. Fir t District, Second District. Third District. - fourth District. District Judge, District Attorney Samuel Pollard G. c. Akins John Anderson Georgre Simpson Frank WUlls L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: fennty Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in session three weeks. Regular terms of the Commissioner's Court second M...

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

ül mm m m ir BS \ V .-ÍV -••: SEfef^fc* ' ... *■ lüü ' , :''T í ' > ' •' -• "' ^ k"í-£* gaafe . -- -.-- .-i-- -- ? - "- —' 2d •§® H , v|gv: f: ípggfg i "Canadian,"~HemphillCounty, Texas, "Wsidnssdat July ll, l£8£'. NO. 50. line drawn 1 6 -7- • ^ —i • 2 1 >! Li. If ■¡jtlbY^.ik/ zas P=?Í TÍ _U !•*. 6 ' 7 e r S '7 O u s o i i: i iZ cfluxt 6 £ ¡a | i i i i* 7 6 3j& 3#=¡F i 2- '- írv i 7 S J ti! O ¡o. i ; ' .;.í.tl í 1 ir cft'Lits IF ~¿nh? IZ o j 7 * ! ' 1 2 6 7¡ • I é 43 i • l i -71 Tmrr 6i!a° i) $L ij'-j ir *C¡ Vj i f O 1¿ 'í ir ■ Vi £ C* 1 1 J2 ¡ 1 i lUi xt- QWX'jl 5_ a 6! ¿ps ¥ SÜE TV ~fel'rtíi ~ 3 CU </ C?<Ác:í b 7 ? j. L fr-H !—d -tb*- ' ti ——. ÍB3E ~n lbs-— t-' rrj c^~ -:< - i 5k- JU- west from the soutltern boundary oí Greer county. • lis east- ern boundary is the Indian Territory, or 100th meridian and the western ♦ ' boundary Xew Mexr/o. The area « i ! this beaut i fid country is about 14,000 square miies or in other words 10.<KH),- <•(•<) oi* acres ...

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