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

Í5 •"'= ' r*..-*- ¡ fe Canadian Free Press. gp& ■ EM. KMKc s ÉP fe CANADIAN, TEXAS Don Pedro1 s stay at Milan ie said to have cost about $80,000. Westinghouse, he air-braker, will build a $1,000,000 house near Lennox, Mass. ( A subscription is being raised in Paris for a sword of honor to be pre- sented to Gen. Boulanger. Morrison R. Waite,w1io graduates at Yale this year, is a grandson, and not a son. of the late Chief Justice. TThe faculty of the University of Tenuessee has been reorganized under ¿ho Presidency of Dr. C. W. Dabney. ' Sir Donald Smith, of Montreal, owns a painting by Jules Bretou worth $45,000, anda piano which cost $27,- 000. Senator Fair, despite the reverses he has met with in recent years, is es- timated to have a fortune of $20,0001 - 000 left A portrait of Gen. Sheridan by Mrs. Darragh is on exhibition in Phil- adelphia. It is a gift of Mr. Childs to West Poi¿t Gen. Daniel £, Sickels has been in Washington urging Congress to vote $25,000 for building barr...

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

EXPEKIENCES." E'S SEEMCH. ■■HHI is & ¿ --..■•J • -2. ®K : i: .. miaé&: / CHICAGO. t Divine Discourses from the Text Jssus Therefore Had Received the r." to the Kansas City Times. «o, III., Juiy 8.—Tbe Rev. T. t Taimare, D. !>., of Brooklyn, preach- thia city tbis eventos:. lie is here on pay Lome from lour of the Cbautau- in Mieaouci, Kansas and Minnesota. Doctor bad an enormous auditory. Ills t was 1 Soar Esperiencas," and bis ,4^\feen Jo£U3 therefore bail received Vptuar. "—Jobn xix. 30. The sermon 1 R /oliow3:~ be brigands of Jmisa'em bad «lone tbeir "work. It was almost suudown, and Jesus vas dying. Persous iu crucifixion often lingered on from day to day—crying, beg- cursing: but Christ bad been exhaust- ed by years of maltreatment. Pillowless, poorly fed, flugired—a3 bent over a;id tied to a low post. His bare biick wan inflamed with the scourges interstice with pieces of lead and bones—and no.v for whole hours, the weijiht of V>odjr bung" on delicate tendoue and...

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

ara |p Ml Sr-s r-: . || MHSis eRseSKs . - í'vi-t, sgi -setv.V-* -«a*-v. -V' -p^h-r- mWV£ ^jreX 'V-^v^ .-. ~.:^:v-v.; ► -ar —• • « Canadian Free Press, HiE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF •HBMPIitLL COUNTY. L, I ,M Eiil'ir ir¡á Propneter, tt.óür&i: vfaí:; $1 Fon six Months. STRICTLY IX ADVANCE. kick about some bills. While cheques- If you are hard to fit. call at i). K. tion of buying drums, musie and oth- ; Ilerrington & Co. and examine their * ' . fnifj «f/v/'b Af l\i í"Vt"si ch/\iic er bills does not concern us there is one ; croak which does. On several ocea- ; «Jas. Mclniyre and M m. Mc< arthv, sions the committee held street inter- views with the. writer on the (piestion of printing hu ge pesters, eagles, col- fine stock of boots and shoes. .las. Mclniyre and Wm. M came over from Clarendon to cele- brate in the Kohinoor of the Panhan- dle. ored inks and several other items per I — *•" ■ * —— _ taining thereto, and the Freís Press * building on main street, next the Free in accorda...

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

If : . • "Vol. l. jBBtla "i. f" - -,ia>fe-'BS::- *-¿- t^V- ''":--"i' i. ^íSPlE^ EXPRESS. Canadian, "Hemphill County? Texas, Wednesday July 18,1888. No. 51 The Kohinoor of the Panhandle. County Seat of Hemp- hill County. The Magical Magnet of the Great Southwest. The most Prosperous City of Northern Texas. Her His- tory one of wonderful Prosper- ity. Public Buildings, Bank, Bottling Establishment, Wholesale Mer- cantile houses, Hotels and Newspa- pers. Canadian, the county seat of Hemp- hill county and the capítol of the Pan- handle, was voted the county seat on July 7th, '87, (the county was organized on July 5th.) The city is situated on the broad Canadian River, from which it takes the name, and at the mouth of the lied Deer River. A year ago its sight was simply a buffalo and blue grass prairie with not even a tent to break the continuity of its verdure. These royal grasses are found grow- ing in splendid luxuriance all over the Panhandle region. The ground on which the town i...

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

Canadian Free Press. ■<« I i . % . ri¿ I E* CANADIAN, TEXAS Lightning can be seen by reflection A distance of two hundred miles. John X. .Lewis, a colored Boston tailor, does a business of $1,000,000 a year. King learned Kalakaua has written a treatise on "The Diametrical Physiognomy of tbe Earth.1 tf According to Pasteur and Cham* berland typhoid bacillus is in ninety- nine cases out of a hundred commui- cated through drinking water. The new wire gun at Shoeburyness, England, throws a five hundred pound shell a distance of twelve miles, the greatest distance ever covered by a cannon-ball. THE FATAL DROP. ?1err Kanne, head courier to Queen Victoria, who died recently, left $3£- 000 in cash and large estates in Austria. Tbe late John Brown scorned to take m tip from any one not of royal blood, but Herr Kanne was not so sensitive. According to a Chicago philosopher flies are the revivified souls of blos- soms which fall to the ground, decay, and come forth flies, There is no sucb p...

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

ililiÉ . ."• :-L-, ■ 3&¿te:í\5Í2 mm ;-• í& M - J. wj ¡A Hone That Draws Water. The sagacity exhibited by some üi i horses employed by the fire de- triment in New York is very re* rkable, and their exploits have been inently described in our daily news- ipers. But for the first time wf in one of our evening con- ►orariea, of a horse in the service >f our Ambulance Corps which is not MP behind any fire-engine horse wo lave read of in point of intelligence. Lhe horso pulls the ambulance in ■search of patients for the New York Hospital, and during the whole period 'Of his philanthropic career aa aa ambu- lance horso, he has never been given a >drink by the stable bauds. lie believes 'u maxim that God helps those that helps themselves, and helps him- self accordingly. A reporter went down to sec how he quenched his thirst, and was edilied t>y the intellectual behavior of the which he describes as follows: There is an ordinary faucet with the pail under it in the stable, ...

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

: -- . Canadian Free Press, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. Local and Personal Mention. I, I. BARM Editar and Pnprietn. •1.50 pei! year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. published every wednesday at canadian, texas. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, $1,50 per month. 2 or more inches 81,00 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 Judge, Fheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, Treasurer. - OFFICERS E. E. Pally T. T. McGce G. W. Akins J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gcrlacli l.ogiü adviser to the Commission- ers' Court. Justice of the Peace, Assessor. Purveyor, B. M. Baker CHris Stump Lewis Dlrr. W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. First District, ... Samuel Pollard Second District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, G. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. D. ...

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

* tol. l. m S¡b<; Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday July ,25 1888. JNO.óSS. «Mi A CHOBUS OF CATTLE. of the brute creation was 'the lowing herd" that 'Winds slowly o'er the lea" The Remarkable Musical Experiment of a at sunset. When I first came out here Texas Rancher. i conceived the idea of training a herd follows 141 'ow what we call a, une. And, as I shall show you, I believe I have suc- miracle. ¡ the day of the excursion is set by the It is not improbable that Mr. Hem- j Secretary of the Texas Press Associa- inway will consent to allow a select ox ! tion. Respectfully, chorus to be sent east and exhibited: II. II. Buookes. j for some charity. ¡le gives away! Secretary, Pauhaudle Pms Assoc i a-1 large sums every year, and occassion- tiou. Amarillo. Texas. ! CALL AT Most assuredly postpone the meeting until the excursion, and then let the entire Panhandle association turn out for Denver or bust. t < * $ & m t i wmt. íí>. John Paul Bocock writes as to the N...

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

!W¡gliPfͧ «"^$§6Svl^^sSfv C *?S ■ I '-^2? < . *V: iy/V"- • • - r "" i'f--; — Canadian Free Press. BE ÉMs, m r CANADIAN, TEXAS Aw advertisement informs the pobl!< Ibat William D. Howells has writter "a lyricated farce." Sib Mobbll Mackeezie has intro- duced a gondola on the Thames. Ger- man doctors say that this is distinctlj an professional .The oldest elephent known in Amer- ica died the other day at the age oi BS. There are plenty of people that are older than that, and they don't make any fuss over it, either. No one need waste tears of pity over the American woman who mar- ried the Duke of Marlborough. She belonged to that shoddy class who'd sell their souls to get titles for their bodies. A French weather prophet of the Wiggins stripe has been sent to jail for six months for predicting a cold July and loss of crops. It is an exam- ple which can't be too closely followed by other countries. Henry Meeker, of Pittsburg, was cleaning out the cellar of an old build- ing when ...

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

' mirn'in—MB—aa—iwatMgB 1 ' Ha* ■ -Tv m km w 4 m EflSl? - £Ü> ag^afgs'.^ , í TALMAGE. m ~ BROOKLYN DIVUTB DT CAMP. Discourses to Troop and Civilian on the Uses of Stratagem. A Graphic Portrayal of the Battle Through Life to Final Victory Beyond the Ambus- cade of Sin and Sorrow- *f*cial to the Kansas City Times. Pkekskill, N. Y., July 22.-Cbaplain T. ■DeWitt Tahna«re prcached to-day to tlie Thlr- t*®nlh Regiment Qr the New York State Na t ion al Guards, now encamped h"rc. The reg- iment assembled at 'á p. in., when people from the neighboring country, towns and cities ^ere present in immense numbers. A milita- ry b^nd conducted tlie musicui j art of the service. Chaplain Talmagc'a sermon, which was on "Uses of Stratagem," was based on Joshua. CL. 8 v. 7: "Then ye shall rise up from the ambush, and seize upon the city." He said: Men of the Thirteenth Regiment, and their Wends here {fathered, of all occupations, and professions, men of the City and men of the fields, here is a tbeu...

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

Canadian Free Press, 111 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILI COlNTV. L. V, HARM Editor wd Pfopfletar f i i F Í I br 2E£r~ msmmm '■ * • üt -.^'■ r* crtrrtt íajwíí $1.00 I'KK ykaic; $1 FOK six months. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. rri MKMEl> every wednesday canadian, texas. Entered at the Postoflice at ('anadian ' as second-class matter. advertising rates. I inch single column. SI,30 per month. II or more inches S 1,W per inch per mouths lloráis. first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per line Job work at reasonable prices, presented monthlv. IÍ£MMIJLL;COUNT* OFFICERS Jirfgf, ' E. E. Polly FlirrifT, T. T. McGer lH*putj Sheriff.' - G.W'. Akin. rierk. • ;- - - J. H. Hopkins Tmuurcr. ^ - - • • , ¡J.J- Gerlacl; Leiral advi«rr to the-fonimission- ei*' *'.*"* * O. M. fluke) JiWtlrq/if the Peaec. - - . Chrln Stunij #r. ¿ ' L*m*í* IMrr FiirTfyor, .... w. S. Dicker. COMMISSIONERS. 1'lrat niMrict. Second IMstriet, Third IM«trk>t. - Fourth; frier, iMatrict JikUp, Irittrk-t Attorney, Samuel P...

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

it 9 Local and Personal Mention. *, Canadian, Hemphill Countt ■f j (i " XASfyt^SDlilJSDAY August l§88. ^ -J&- m-. • The Prodigal Daughter. To the home of his father returning, The Prodigal, weary and worn, I greeted with joy and thanksgiving, As when on the first natal morn; A "robe*- and a '"ring** is his portion. The servants as supplicants how, He is clad in tine linen and purple, In return for his penitent vow. *' Mr.. * AVatson!, of^Buffalo Creek, brought some &ncr#ar« of corn and Vionijj (l^icious T^élléiá to the city last time ago. week* This oflioe was favored with a ♦ mA waiermellon. Thanks, call again. Dr. 0. A/í¡f¡icy, whodetain pedf ram this citv l;ist wintcfir, was she t a short 7 Sincjpfeav i.ng Tfere the doc- tor lias been in the Nent*airStrip. It seems he engaged in a game ot carda. But ah! for the Prodigal Daughter, Who has wandered away from her home— Iler feet rniwt still press the valley. And through the wilderness roam: Alone on tlie bleak, barren mounta...

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

■T-tWi** W Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS I ■ It costs tho wholesale houses of this country $130,000,000 per year to send out travelers. Mille. Phillis, a Parisian beauty, ia suing Viscount Saugau for $100,000 for breach of promise. Mr. O'Donnell says that he has been financially ruined by his libel suit against The London Times. Tub French Academy has struck a gold medal in houor of the queen of Roumania, for her **Chant de la Foret" Tiie late Edmund Gurney, of Eng- land, was ono of several men from whom Georgo Eiiot was said to have drawn Daniel Dcronda. A Rochester lawyer signed a peti- tion to abolish capital punishment, and the very,next day plead with a jury to hang a mau for murder. Jodge Van Holsen says he thinks thecourt of appeals of New York would sustain the validity of the duke of Marlborough* s marriage. William Wall, a brother of "The King of thu Dudes,"is beiug sued by a tailor for over $3.000, the debt having been contracted for clothes. ' The death of ex-Empr...

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

ÍP • - • > arm ■ __ m. • TAIMAGE IN THE OCCIDENT. ^ Chautauqua Assembly the Recipient of *• - His Discourse. ^The Soul-Stirrinc Divine Illustrates With > Mighty Earnestness and Untiring Zeal the Elaborate and Significant Definition of the Devout Portrayal of the Martyrs of Every Day Life. Special to the Kaunas City Timet. Lakeside. Ohio, July 29.—For many tears fcn Assembly of the Chautauqua type has been held at this point. The leading profes- sors, scholars ami clergymen of this and other landa have addressed the audienccs. The T* DeWitt lalmacre, D. D., of Brooklyn, la now here. lie Icctured yesterday (Satur- day) and preached to-day, to throngs innu- merable. 'Ibe subject of his sermon to-day was: ' The Martyrs of Ever --Day Life." He took for his text: "Thou, therefore, endure hardness,"—-IL Timothy, iL, 3. Dr. Talma* said: Historians are not slow to acknovrledfj-j the merits of jireat military chieftains. We Lave the full-lei^ll portraits of the Cromwells,the Washington?...

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

r,'¿: 1 Z3 i&MKwag . , Canadian j?iet> x-TbSo, % TI IK OFFICIAL OHGA5 OF HEMPHILL COCNTT. 1. I. Mllll Editor itá Preprfetor. 11.50 pek year; $1 for bix months. strictly ix advance, t í'uiilisiied every - wednesday canadian. texas. at Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, $1,50 per month. !i or more inches SI ,00 per inch per in«>iith. Locals. first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented mohthlv. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge, E. E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. Mcttee ticputj Sheriff, - G. W. Akin? Clark, - - - , - - J. H. Hopkins Tmsuror. - J. J. Gerlach I^'tral advisor to the L'ommforalon- on ' Court, ... fi. M. Raker JuDticr of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. Lewis Dirr. Purveyor. - W. 8. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollard O. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson Firm District. Second District, Third Dtatrict, Fourth District, District Judg...

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

M .-- . - — OL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday August 15,1888.. ¡¿1 and Personal Mention. t m Ilarry Hill ia around again . W. R.Curtis, was in town a short e this week. nSam Lazoms, of Sherman was in T &■ j. J tnecity Sunday. r 1 J C. Tootl,2of ñie ¿kr C. Raneáis to-day. specialty at in town Feeders For Sale. TWENTY FIVE HUNDRED (2500) THREE AND FOUR (3 and 4) YEAR OLD STEERS IN THE BRAND. (Turkey Track) APPLY TO C. I*. WILLING IIAM, MI AM I, TEX AS^ OR ADDKÍSS J. 31. COP.lrRN, COliXEI? nliftii AND WYAVD^TTE ST. IMMIGRATION. Dear Sir: I Iam officially informed by Oeo. L. Niékéláon; General Passenger Ag't, of the A. T. & Santa Fe. R. R*. hat the Semi Monthly excursions ov- the & Hays for your . Fine job work a ITkee PiiEssoflice. Goto Chambers clothing. «JL *•* " " . . - , For a good shave and hair cut go to the Tonsorial Rooms of j. P. Yaeger, Second st., back ;f Van Horn's. '. ' * I John K. Rosson, 4*lias hobb£d*}u;p se- When you want some of tii'e fin...

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

••'."•f.'iiTr'- .- - - -1 Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS Thieves entered the apartments of She Crown Prince of Sweden at a hotel at Franzecsbad, broke open his jewel case, and escaped with $100,000 worth of property, including some trinkets of great historical and artistic ralue. Mks, Cleveland has consented to act as treasurer of the funds for the American Church in Berlin, and will solicit contributions and personally acknowledge by letter all donations sent her. The campaign is opening 3riskly in th£ neighborhood of Oak View. Washington society is looking for- ward to the coming Chief Justice Fuller's eight accomplished daughters with much interest. In the event of Republican Presidential success Mrs. Morton would add her five girls % the dumber ef fresh damsels, making just i baker's dozen. The Inman line is preparing for the irrivtil of its new steamer, theT)ity of NfewYork, which is tho largest steamer sogaged in the ocean passenger traffic. The company has rented pier, ...

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

a fmm "The Wife's Secret." New, i€ U &&i~' Ge. . 1 «• i Jtt ¿r-C * W : r* ¥- jy¿- ■ 5s I k: ~ Sf ir&Jl - -■ 5 T v- i JÉSl £->■ k - \ f-:* pi' ef/7- . ESr~- 'mm I w s returning from the St Junes' thcat- •fter seeing Mr. and Mrs. Kendal in this and reflecting noon the curious conven- allties that hold the stage, and, indeed, ire supreme in all Kinds of fiction, when it Occurred to me to endeavor to make out nhat he course of such a story would be in a mod- ma London house regulated by the present uages of society and the ordinary common icnse whieh inspires the relationships of most eaaonable people and makes life possible. )n the stage, when a lady becomes mysterious ^nd embarrassed, when she looks pale, when Bhe baa the appearance of a secret on her fcnind, it is taken for granted that this secret toast mean an illicit love and betrayal of her husband. Nothing Is easier (on the stage) toan to arouse the husband's suspicions; however well be may know her,whatever may b...

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

HMPl MMipiitei vas-ja *'.' :■""'"m.**'"" Í¿>WWP ? t . ás 0P99 I Oanaaian Free Press, •SHB OFFICIAL OKG.\N OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. i. L I. HARM Editar ud Praprieíor. H.50 per teak: ?1 ion si:r months. strictly Ií« ADVANCE. 2VBLÍSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY CANADIAN, TSZA*. AT .Entered at the l'ostofficc at Canadian X as second-class matter. ¿DTÉimsrxcyuTEs. T inch single column. $1.* per month. 2 or more inches SI.00 per inch per jiionth. Locals. first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthlv.j¡ J! E&PIIILL COrXTY OFFICERS .Judge, _ E. E. Pollj Sheriff, " T. T. McGet A«'®uty Sheriff, ... (i. W. Akins Clerk. J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - J. J. Gerlneh 3L**eni adviser t'o the Commission- ers* Court, ... - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, Assessor. ..... Purveyor, .... w. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. New Oorpcr&tion. A new corporation has been organ- ized, known as the American Meat company. Its object is to breed an...

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

Fí'' IgL^gM I =¡ " ? •. .V,. fieír. fiñ-". 1 !*-r*fc " F-•?#?" '•: 74 mm EE PRE. OL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday August 22 1888. Local and Personal Mention. E. J. Dickison is back again. Perry LeFors was in the city last week. J. II. Hopkins has gone to Kansas City with cattle. J. J. Sutherland lias gone east on business.] Goto Cliambers & Hays for your clothing. J. T, Holland was in the city Thurs- day last. W. J. Tood of the 15 tr C. ranch was in town yesterday. Fine job work a specialty at the Fhke PiucssolSice. Col. I). Belt has shipped several cars of bones this wvek. Hon L. E. Finch came down from Burlingame this week accompanied by Mrí. Finch. B. M. Baker is at Childress on legal business of portent. There may something drap. The contract for repairing and brac- ing the court house has been awarded toC. W. Watson & Uro. When your watch or clock needs re- pairing. send to F. W. Iley jeweler Ki- owa, Kan. A prize given away with every can of Invincib...

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