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

v v.- Canadian Free Press. v, < - CANADIAN, TEXAS Mrs. Alice Shaw, the whistler, was bora in El mira, N. Y. Sho is a daugh- ter of Horton, the ice cream man. A German chemist has found that chloroform may be detected in the lungs of animals four weeks after death. Sir John Lubbock, of England,has studied the habits of ants for twenty* two years to discover that their aver- age life is only thirty-five days. A German manufacturer is now making a boiler in which no rivets are used. The joints are welded, and .the cost is said to be slightly in excess of the rivet work. A German in Cleveland claims to have perfected a device for generating heat from elecricity that shall take the place of fuel In the economy of every household and place of business. Jesse D. Cark, the rich ranchman or Fresno- county, California, has been ordered by a government agent to re- move a stone fence which he has built around 40,000 acres of government land. The singular "canals" seen on Mars are explained ...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 August 1888

'■i . mmzm Wm^ ■ mm- a g f. - i ÍTfiOüBLE ON BOTH SIDES. ÍTalmage's Eloquent Sunday Morning Discourse. ^The Gospel of Jesus Christ Only Ask? You to Climb as Jonathan Did—Climb Toward God, Climb Toward Heaven, Climb Into the Sunshine of God's Favor—Up Into the Communion of Saints—Up Into the Peace • that Passeth All Understanding- Up IntQ Hie Ccmpanionship of Angels. special to The Kausai City Tim:*, Brooklyn, Aug. 19.-The toy. Dr. T. Dc- W ltt Talmage's subject to-Ouy was: "Trouble on Both Sides," aud W iext: 'There was a 'sharp rock on the o\ie bide, and a sharp rock on the other skle. _l Samuel, ch. xiv, v. 4. The cruel *rmy of the Philistines must be taken am* scattered. There Js just one man, accompanied by his bodyguard, to do that *hh g. Jonathan is the hero of the sccne. I know that David cracked the skull of the giant with a few pebbles well slung, aud that three hundred Gideonites scattered ten thou- sand Amalekites by the crash of broken crock erj; but here is a more wonde...

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

i?r£e r thr official obgan of hemphlli county. W&~'. MB •••." v ¡PS^iifc L I. UNÍ Hltir iri Pnfileltr. h.so peb visar: m foe six months. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. publish*© kvkky 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 $1.00 per inch pei month. luteals, first insertion lac per line Additional insertions l()c per line Job work at reasonable prices. Bill*- presented monthly.; HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICER? Judge. R- K. Poll J Sheriff. T. T. McOe. Deputy Sheriff. ... G. W. Akin Clerk. J- H. Hopkins Trwuniror. - • - J. J. Gerlacli Lemil advlner to the Commission- er*' Court, ... - II. M. Bake Jimtlcu oí the Pence, - - Chris Stumi Assessor. Lewis Dlrr. 8urreyor, - • * W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. First District. - - - Samuel Pollard Second District, . - - G. C. Akin Third District. - - - John Andersoi Fourth District, - - George Simpsoi District Judge, District Attorney...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 August 1888

--W i v.- f - . '--v Mil PÜI ...4 •--• - ¡fe¡ 3i?Sfl ^SBsSSSSEE ?i^SBI • • - -.•••" • •; aVgS ú CANADIAN, HEMPHriL C03TNTY, TEXAS, WEBÍTESDAf. August '29 1888. V/>- Fkr "... 5 Vi* * ?.• SSp tfp .4 ¿>#~ ír-. iy You -Should Cometo Canadian. : and Hemphill County. Because the climate is perfect. Because good water is.plentiful. JBecause*land isabundant and cheap. Because the soil is fertHe and pro- 1 ductive. Because a home can toe tríade with 'little labor. Because a farmer ca« ^work nearly '365 days in every year. Because so great a variety of pro- ducts can be grown. Because the roads are never impassi- ble by bésng muddy. Because there is health, strength, and vigor in ¿very preeze. Because you can purchase good land at from $2 to S3 per acre. Because ti e yield is large 'and'the prices alway* 4renumerati ve. Because the country is advancing and,property values are increasing. Because the vast and varied resour- ces of the country are yet to be devel- oped. Because the settle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 August 1888

R#" CANADIAN, - Ctrds W. McCormick of Chicago ia 29. unmarried and worth $4,000,000. mm MINOR MENTION. excitement rampant. congressional s Canadian Free Press, bailroads hospitaled. Justice King's office, where the qtteMton'rfosé l^e hature of Ihe lnformátiúd that should be Referred against hiia. It was patent to the coroner aud everybody ,wbó hid heard the testimony that he cdtfld hot be held for complicar In thé crime; but it Was not dear JMst What he should be held for. dilemma was settled only altera Ion* conference between Prosecuting Attorney Woodson. rhUf Spcars Corou^ír Elston A Grand Walk Out of Four Lines. Mb. Dale of Chicago sold a lot the other day for $750.000 that ho bought for $75. The Link and Pin Juggler, the Throttle Manipulator and the Knight of the Fire- Box Step From Their Laborious Exercises En Masse—The Crown Wearer of the Roundhouse the Supposed Cause, Etc. . f WlUUrr A2ÍBÍ.UU and Detectives Hartley ¿üd Collins, which ended at 10 tfelttik last night. Major Wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 August 1888

fj* I I I * ... I . m t* He life not "Is ; =•-!§. f Damage in the qoeeips dominion Great Divine Discourses to I t. Thousands. -—■ Suggestive and Appropriate ' Text "Great Results May Depend on Small | Events" - His Beautiful Illustration of ¡ Pfcui's Dethronfment at the Glistening j Gates of Damascus—How His Optics Were ! Cleansed, and His Advocation of God's ' Word Thereafter is Something Beyond i Parallel. Sjpecial to The Kansai City Times. Grimsbt, Canada, Aueust 2&— _ DeWitt Tal mage, D. D.,of Brooklyn, preach- ed on the camp ground this place, to day. All Canada Is represented in the immense throngs assembled. Dr. Talmage has preached at Grimsby many summers. This closes his summer absence. He has preached, lectured and visited in thirteen states of the Union this summer,his audiences numbering ten and fifteen thousand prople. The sub- ject of bis sermon here to-day was ' Great Results May Depend on Small Events." Dr Tal mage took for his text: "Through a win- dow, in a bas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 August 1888

Canadian Free tress, The official organ of hestphtll COUNTY. 9 SSfc¿s; v i- $1M rxn year; Si for six jio2tTns. strictly in advanck. FÜBLÍ5IIED 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 Inonth. * . Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly.' HEMPHILL COtXTY OFFICERS Judge, E. E. Polly BherifT, T. T. McGce Deputy Sheriff, * - G. W. Akins Clerk, J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - J. J. GerlaCh Legal adviser to he Commission- ers' Court, - - B. M. Bftker Justice of the Peace, - < - Chris Stump Assessor. Lewis fífrr. Surveyor, - W. S# Decker. COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pdllnrd G. C. Akins John Anderson GcotRe Simpson FirBl District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judffo, District Attorney, Frank Willis Íj. D. 3liller TERMS OF COURT: Cofln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 September 1888

'• 1*3S2BBB7 Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, WednesdaySsp'-c. 51888. 5J5L- NO.G. ►cal and Personal Mention. Wild Grapes are ripe- Business is on the increase. Musician Simpson is in the city. lIIank" J. Xesper is in the city. A new saloon opened up Monday. Foot ball is the rage in this city. Mrs. Qui!Jan was in the city yester- day. .Ed Swigart, is up from the Horse- shoe ranch. Hous. Hopkins was in liiggins Sat- urday. •> W. P. Ilardwick returned from Kiowa Monday. Wanted, lOOCPfarmers to till Hem- phill County's soil. Goto Chambers & Hays for your clothing. Thos. Hoffman of Kansas City arriv- ed in the city Monday. J. A.Connor, of Mullen in the city Friday last. Tex was A barn is being erected on the lot adjoining the Hotel D. ray. Farmer Ilariley^was in town Mon- day with a load ,of produce. IIous Hopkins 'now represents Hun- ter, Evans & Co. The briek¡in Troxel's kiln willjsoon be ready for firing. Better lay in your supply of winter coal while it is cheap. Harry Hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 September 1888

sq;' • '%■ fi, I H r . Sp m K'i 11 E re Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS A church at Plain field. New Jersey, iras bequeathed $300,000 by a rich her- mit A company has been organized to establish graphophone service in western cities. A rumor has been in circulation in San Franotaco that the jewels stolen bj the Parisian murderer, Pranzini, are being sold in that city. Lieutenant Quay, son of the Penn- alyvania senator, who was graduated at West point this year, has been as- signed to cavalry service in Dakota. A newspaper published in Florence, Italy, says that "during Preisden! Blaine's European visit Congressman Cleveland has been in charge of the White House." Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe is reported to be losing health and strength rapidly, being now hardly able to walk out of doors. She is at Sag Harbor with her son, Rev. Charles iL Stowe. The mother of the present German empress is confined in a madhouse. She wanted to become the wife of Louis Napoleon, when he was presi- d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 September 1888

ípMS mm mm mm mlw * M ■M TALMAGE, THE GBEAT. The Mighty Psychologist Handles ''Plas- ters That Will Hot Stick." Sis' pV** >4* - * •> '.—-^5 Beautiful and Soul Inspiring Verbal Ef- fort on the TVx% **Miserabie Comforters are Ye All," is Unsurpassed—The Inky Dark- ness of Iniquity "Will be Emb ellished and . Transformed Into a Golden líalo of Intey eity at the D city's Welcome Portal. Special to The Kntisat City Times. ■ East Hamptos, New York, September 2.— The Rev. T. DeWitt Taltnage, D. D., who spends a good part of his summer rest here, took for the subject of hso Vacation Sermon of this date, "Plasters That Will Not Stick." His text was, "Miserable comforters are ye alL"—Job Ch. xyi, v. 2. Following is the ser- mon: . The man of Uz had a great many trials— the loss of bis family, the loss of property, the the less of nis health; but the most exaspera- ting thing that came upon him was tbe tan- talizing talk of those wbo ought to have sym- pathized with him. Looking around u...

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

má ; - m i w' m - ■rajpt-vt TK* % i rr\ ':•• . '. • «•;. SHteWB :'W5| jg! . .. . * . * ' ' -' ■•S-' .;: : wel '£ r.o^ i^r'ess. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L, Y. HARM Edits r and Proprietor, él.50 peí: year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. > published every wednesday at canadian , texas. Entered at the Pcstoíüce at Canadian ' as second-class matter. ADVERTISING v VTES. 1 inch single column, $1.50 ¡ r month. !> or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. , Lorals, first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per Job work at reasonable prices, presented monthlv.J line. I5iiis HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS JcdjT, ShoriiT. T.T. McOoo Deputy Sheriff, - - - (*. W. .A>'.ins Clerk. ----- J. II. Hopkins Treasurer. - J. J. Gerlnel; Leca] mlviser to the Commission- ers* Court, - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chr!? Ftr.mp A?HCSB«r. ----- Lewis I>irr. Surveyor, - - - - W. S. Decker.^ COMMISSIONERS. First District, - Samuel Pollnrd Peeond District, - G. f. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 September 1888

• . - ■■■ Jx£EEttB3S& VOL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, TEXAMWEDNESDAYSep't. 19 2888. In The | much of it is not now. What we have : all read about the desirableness of Ok-1 lahoma, within Indian Territory, ap- plies equaliy to the Panhandle country ( and much of adjacent Xew Mexico f, t. • and Southern Colorado. They all lie ! v,il" Cool evenings. Have you paid your read tax? Mr. Julius Rising was in the city j ^atcufally guard * I the citv in either capa SWli The New South- west. «adjacent within the same latitude but; Miss Jennie Tilomas is visiting in the Indian Territory is barred to white the city this week. men by Federal statutes assigning it . . anv scheme tint wouhl h.-se'if the ->Ii;>. St ra ughan s school is being well I * Pc-*ein" tn.ti wodm jtnc.ii u.e attended. It is intiafcitied that Col. D. Belt j will except ifie nomination of mayor if it is tendered unanimously. lie the interests of capacity as mayor or alderman, and is progressive in his ideas of build...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 September 1888

Canadian Free Press. m rd I I m I u fee 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS it is said that Patti netted $175,000 T>y her South American tour. General Boulangek has given the munificent sum of $20 for a "Grand Boulanger Prize" for the St Malo re- gatta. Mrs. Mack av. called the Silver Queen in JLondon, is going to rent the Duke of Sutherland's celebrated man- sion. "Stafford House.'* Correspondents aver that Wilkie Collins is just working himself to death It is not an unusual thing for him to write fifteen hours at a stretch. A portrait has been painted of the baby King of Spam mounted upon a rocking-horse. It shows him to be a handsome, manly-looking little fellow. Three future kings, if they live, the Crown Princes of England, Den- mark and Austria, will join the King of Sweden in shooting elks next month. General Martin Gonzalez, chief of staff to President Diaz, has chaleng- ed Ramon Delphino, a Cuban journal- ist, to fight a duel for attacking him in the press. Henry Laboucher. the caustic ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 September 1888

P^-i fef W mm •v ££ m- <v> I \ ^ * "CLEVELAND'S LETTER. Washington, D. C., Sept, ft-The follow- •g Is the president's letter of acceptance, nade public this evening: • 'Hon. Patríele A. Collin and Others, Committee. €te. "Washington, D. a, Sept. 8.-Gentlemen: in addressing to you my formal acceptance *t the nomination to the presidency of the United States, my thouehta persistently dwell apon the impressive relation of such lotion to the American people, whose Confidence is thus invited, and to the political party to which I belong; just entering upon a contest lor continued supremacy. *lhe world does not afford a apcst&cle more rabliiQQ than is furnished ^httn millions of :ree and intelligent American citizens select their chief magistrate, aüd bid one of their lumber find the highest earthly honor and iie full measure of public duty in ready sttfc- iiission to their wilL It follows that a Can- il late fur this high office can never forget •u*t when the turmoil and the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 19 September 1888

'4..*- • %•••. if- - ¿ - . Ü-'V' ,"55 ,'V _ .... ._„ ■SS¡P8®Í — ■ - .'-• '"" ■'^SfflEPS'^EgB£^3f8Sr, "WW" • - -- V;üj"-r ifc - -.-• -?-<; -• <.>- ^ ^: ■ - í . í9-V**r-.; •> • .V;_< .-, ---.. *-„ -v' >' -. . • ' ' : ./ -V - ; >,< HPH r'ÁT ' WMWm I -* SFíft s BáSTi S¡g¿ T 8 Jféfc lafe Sp ÍK 8¡?,- Egg S;:í ir? r— — ■ —/" • V* - • --• - .v.:-c:- - •' ^ . -.v ^ :<* v ;•. >,¿*v •-•. V - ' '-*• £ ~'• ív :•* «t- .■-•w.-: jai.^*vs:-:- ..-•;; .• v- -> • ;-:■-"'■ ■.,-■.■■■. • ■=-•.-■■ -1 ; , .. .-" v. y-, >■ -'". -. v $t ; - - - > " •-;. -"-r" -• • A- r Canadian Free.Press, ' . . . N V , " THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. j VUSIéiV • t« * i. L, II, HAHM Editor and Proprietor, $1.50 PER YEAR; $1 FOR Fix 3TOXTB3. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Sisters of Mercy, and two graduates ¡ oí' Pharmacy, all of Pittsburg, Pa. have notified tlie committee that they are in readiness to go to Florida to as- sist th-e yellow fever patients. Amer- ican hearts .sympathies, ser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 September 1888

ÍK^'í'5SÍ •'-- *%&>- Texas State Lands Conditions of Sa^e- Tife public lands in the Panhandle of¡ The In wmMM mmm :^fíEa¿S;:'r Miff? £ itr* rávSlÉl . - 'I Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, WsDNEspATSep't. 26 2 8887 No. §•• •%■ «. i jii'i While there lie accepted á lowly posi-! the case Isas been pending, the last of ¡ ti on from Charlie Goodnight, the cat- j whom, the present incumbent, is lion, j {tleliing ami president *d the largest j H. **• Ilughbanks, With these gentle-j cattle association in the world. His j toen have been associated Hon. 5?. II. j quiet demeáner and exemplary ways j WracHord;, attorney gteneralj and his¡ attracted the attention of Mr Good-;law partner, Hon Peter Gregory, so night and made him his friend. In i that the states cause was ably pre- the meantime he had sent for his wife sented al all times A Country very similar to Iowa as respects Water facilities. Water Frequent in Springs. Generally Found in Shallow wells and Nearly Always in Wells 50 Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 September 1888

Senator Cullom, of Illinois, was a school teacher tea years before th« outbreak of the war. Sultaic Muley Hassan of Moroccc is aboat the most bloodthirsty poten- tate of modern times Buffalo Bill's book of reminiscen- ces will be published next winter io London and New York simultaneously. Dr. Metzger, who treats the monarchs of Europe with massage, was first a butcher, then a teacher oi athletics. Oscar Wilde has made a success of his fairy stories, but he has totally failed to popularize knee breeches and longhair. ' A Dayton, Ohio* blacksmith has made a horseshoe from nails gathered from every state in the union and pre- sented it to the president. Sarah Bernhardt is quoted ae telling a friend that she intends the scene oí her own death to be some- thing startling and striking. Colonel Mapleson says that he has organized an opera compány for next year, including the tenor Jean dc Reske and Lasalle, the baritone. The copperas and lime remedy for the grape rot should be used as soo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 September 1888

MM "SUPERFLUITIES A HDiDERENGE." •••A. H K ' - "A •V fia *3¡>3g. 0, The Rev. Talmage at the City of Churches. The Eloquent Divine Uses the Book of Chronic es for His Enchanting Depiction of the Malformed Ancient. Special to The Kansti City Timet, _ ** Bkooki.tx, September 23.—The Rev. T. DeWitt Talmagot D. D., preached in the Brooklyn Tabernacle this raornfnsrca the sub- ject, "Superfluities a Hindrance." Several ocean steamers arrive in port Sunday morn- ings and many of the passengers, browned by the sea, come directly from the wharf to the Brooklyn Tabernacle. The great conjrre- cation, led by Professor Ali'e cornet and ac- companied by the oriran, at which Professor Browne (trebides, joined in the opening by mn: We aru tl y pco;>le, we Thy care, fTur soul* pnrt all our mort*l líame. "Wli&t lasting honors "ball we rear, Almighty Maker, to Thy narne? Dr. Taimaste'* text was: L Chronicles, Cb. xx. v. 0 ami 7: 4 "A man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were four and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 26 September 1888

i m - ■ m- ÍI: £ ■ s-ga* v. M i-- Ow-Í iAr V «kV> ^ ■ X W K/1 THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF hemphill COUNTY. L, I, HARM Editor affil Ptupiielar. $1-501^11 yeah; $1 for six" months. strictly in advance. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS Entered at the Postoffice at Cansdia as second-class matter. li I ADVERTISING BATES. 1 inch single column, SI,50 pet month. 2 or more Sirches $1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per lino. Job v. ork at reasonable prices. Bills presented monlhlv. HEMPHILL COUNTY OfeFITKRS Judge, * E. 13. Po'.iv Sheriff, T. T. McGce Deputy Sheriff, - G. W. Akins Clerk. «J- íí- Hopkins treasurer. ... - J. J. Gerlach jLepal adviser to the Commission- er ' Court, --- - B. M. D.Oter Justice of the Peace - - Chris Stump AssOfW)!*. ----- Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, - W. S. Dcckcr. COMMISSION EES. First District, - - Second District, ^Third District, -«■ fourth District, ■District District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. Akin...

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

fg^í 8 ; • ?¿f: -.¿ • ¿k ' 'ÉÉÉ ■■ '^vWv>¿v-v-v- Jín - "*3^ ÜS# £2&figs£í m ná~í*^ í ^S2£íjíS>N Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Oct. 3; 2 888. N ) 10 GRAND -:-TQURN¿ Horse racing an Roping match. At Canadian Oct, 18th and ,?/- ' $250- In Prizes- Tournament at 10 A. M. Oct 18th First Prize 50 dollars, Second Prize, 2o dol- lars, Third Prize 15 dollars. 3d A IP, K l>Pir)5 PF) dícl) tlv aí 9 J{. ff\■ Ocf. 19 i First prize So dollars, Second prize, 15 dol- lars. ~ Tr. o c : - W' ; a-c m p. $r\. iffc m First Race S5Ó Yards, First prize 50 dollars second prize 25 dollars Second Race SCO yards. Firstp rize 30 dollars Second prize 15 dollars. Local and P er- sonal. Men- tion. Clias. Rath is in the city. Mr. II. M. Shoff passed through the the city this morning. Geo. Griffis was in the city Monday. Mr. Carroll of Mobeetie is in the city. H. C Haskins was in the city Mon- day. Mr. W. R. Curtis came in on Mon- dl,v- -•*>-*. Mayor F. II¿/Snider of Hico back again Tex...

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