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

> & £ysa i .- * - ^/'^V ^ ^£5¿¿í '■:-■• ^íi'í1"; ,^"V s -J K®. If t v-. Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS Abchbishop Corrigan1 silver jubi- lee was celebrated at New York. The American Surgical associat ion sleeted Dr. D. W. Cheever of Boston president 1 The French council of ministers de- sided not to suspend the import duty of £ francs on cereals. The treasury department has refus- 3(1 to compromise the case against Gardner, the opium smuggler. The Counte de Paris has determined k> spend no less than 20,000,000 francs >n election expenses at the next gen- ial election. The United Typothetae, in session in New York, elected Andrew McNally of Chicago president* and adjourned to meet in St Louis Oct 3. 1889. William Bohan of Rockaway, Long Island, was sentenced to twenty-six fears and eleven months* imprison- ment for gouging out his wife's eyes. The Society of the Army of the Cumberland elected General W. S. Rosecrans president and adjourned to meet in Chattanooga, T...

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

ffw! jSk|íS|| t?. 2~' ...f- jjjjüííte f5E-" -v * • .•'.v,;v-:v^;«ic' *Af"« 'v■ !Wf 3&&..ÍZ4 ■ mm 5= fSS -. • ;. I":-- " - i ! -T_-T- V IS $£' O-'y ■ jSíiLií-.- ESs i'fe- SHE" ELOPED, But to Her Sorrow Discovers Ha Has a Second. Basel It and Think of It-A Pesky Hued Red- skin Develops His Animosity in a Darkened Grotto—RemorsoWas the Word That Thej Defined in Exp'aining His Thievery. A Tonne Girl's Disgrace. 8f. Louis, 11o., 8ept 30.—Deputy Sherifl D. C. McCoy of Jacksonville, 111., arrived late to>nf£ht from Clinton, Ky., having la custody Haitie Flack, the white girl who elopeú with and married Press Sims, hei father's colored coachman, in Morgan coun- ty, Illinois, a couple of ueeks ago. McCoy •tailed on their trail last Sunday and lound the girl at a c ibin in the mountains uear Clinton, the home of Sams' brother-in- law. Although the cabin was full of darkles and there was nothing Inviting there, the girl at first refused to go with McCoy, who is an old friend of the ...

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

£ -fv Canadian Free Press, frHE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. #1.50 PEK YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. tSISBHí I is'*-"- ■ *j~- i ' r ^UBLISHED BVÉRY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch single column, SI,50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per Jnonth. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonátbleprices. Bills presented monthly. M. Baker in the law business, and his legal abilities commend him to the citi- zens of our county. Mr. Decker is quali lied in every respect for the office, and we predict a rousing majority for that popula i geAtleman when the ballpts atecait. Lewis Dirr the popular Assessor is before the public as a candidate for Assessor. Mr. Dirr was appointed by the Corcraisioners Court and having mastered £he intricacies of the office he places himself for the first time be- fore our voters. : W« understand tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 October 1888

* : - SIS :• il;; f | _ : ■ mm sis v< •í m m ■ . mmé m • ~ t ••• AN ADI in Sir:. r •. V' PRESS. YOL. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texa^,-Wednesday Oct. 10 1888. In The THE new; land of Rich soil, winters. And Varied Crops: WHERE THE Plowing is done in January, the Planting in February and March, and the Harvest in May and June. Gold and warm climates and the difference in farming meth- ods. The chances <" for Home AND ey climate in lower latitudes. This is what Con- gressman James Wil son of Iowa writes to his friends. Texas State Lands GRAND TOURNAMENT. R "" ^ — " " m—^ Conditions of Sale- The public lands in the Panhandle of Texas are owned by the state of Texas and have been classified as pasture, ag- ricultural, and timber lands. These may be settled upon and purchased at from $2 to S3 per acre, by actual set- ters, in quantities not less than ItiO nor more than 640 acres of agricultural lands, nor more than four sections of grazing or pasture lands. County clerks will gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 October 1888

^ , ....... v-.^,. _.■- ;- <' ' /• • •' ., ' * ,-uÉ^Sk - . >..V- 'V - -. • : i - "■ • r.. m. Canadian Free Press. -••+- CANADIAN, TEXAS Further discussion upon Mr. Glad. Mono reveals tbe fact that he was flog- ged only once at Eton, for refusing to give away a school follow who had got into trouble. Mme. Severine, the editor of the Paris Cri du Peuple, like John Swinton aere; has, in a pathetic and almost ag- mized article, thrown up the effort to regenerate the laboring and «ocial irorld. * The movement for a monument to General Pickett, of the rebel army( >ver his grave at Richmond, Va.. is enlisting widespread interest, and many reterans of the union army have ex- Dressed a desire to aid it. CONGBESSIONAL. got Thi Louis. King of Portugal, is seldom X) be seen without a cigar, and he con* verses fluently in English, French,Ital- an, Portuguese. Spanish, German and Swedish. He is pleasant and tells ever 10 many anecdotes. ; Mr. Gladstone, who is one of the ¿est examples of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 October 1888

ijpllfP!® •-* •/. vj.-- ■ ' - -£v -S..FCT- ¡ DEATH ON THE BAIL Trains Come Together With a Deafening Crash. - -'r- The Old Moth and Worm-Eaten Chestnut 13 Again Cracked, That is Two Trains Try to Piss on One Track-What an Awful and Paralyzed Feeling the Man at the Throttle and His Stoher Must Have Had as the Bright Headlight Came Suddenly in View. Death on a Curve. Wastijngto.v, D. C., Oct. 7.—The Cincin- nati aud St. Louis express, which left the Baltimore aud Ohio station in this city at 10:45 o'clock last nljrht, collided with an east bound freight train from Martinsburp, W. Va., near Dickerson, killing three trainmen and injuring six others. By almost a miracle the passengers ali ascaped uninjured. A rniie east of Dickerson station the road raaKes a sharp turn and then goes down a heavy grade in a deep cut, the banks being twenty feet or inore above tbe level of the tracks. Around this curve the train dashed just before midnight and began its de- scent, gathering momentum each B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 October 1888

o BI4: r W&;: mgm IMXt' — Can&'JiQ'Ji 7?ee Press, THI OFFICII OÜIGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L r, ~n EÜisr cü¿ P&pieíir, 11.50 P3EB YEAR; $1 fob, 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, SI,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. IIEMPÍIILL COUNTY- OFFICERS Judge, E. E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. Mciiee Deputy Sheriff, - - - G. W. Akins Clerk, J- H. Hopkins Treasurer, - - # - - J. J. Gerlaeh Legal adriger to tho Commission- ers' Court, - - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace - - Chris Stump Assessor, .... - Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, - - - - W. S. Decker COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, .District Judee, District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. c. Akin* John Ander...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 October 1888

■in m i mu Bilí i a II llllllli lililí I ■ « II* III . ~JPílÍfe?-p?§pí "'Wkr BSljfli vt ■ rP3 «ti V,; . Hg$S M v ■I 3«g¿ . v'i Kfl ,i> . K S -HA,: Ü® fd_:i i r- £~"; *. ¿&Pf • -;V;V i¿* 'Hi Yol. 2. "Canadian, Hemphill Cottnty, Texas, Wednesday Oct. 17"~2 888. Notó Local and P er- sonal Men- tion. Moonlight nights. %ihl turiseys are very plentiful. Another restaurant ha opened up. Slightly dusty Saturday .and !$un- day. Mr. Tom Lewis was over from Lips- comb, Saturday. lion L.LE. Finch'was in Kansas this week. - €has W. Watson Was in ^Lipscomb last week. Judge O. H. Neíáon was down from Panhandle last week. Road master Lyons was in the city Friday last. Wanted, 1000 farmers to till Hem- phill County's soil. Fine job work a specialty at the Free Press office. Mrs M. W. "Blays'and Miss [Etíwerd* were in town Saturday. Come to the Cow-boy tournament on the 18th. and 19th. Dr. C. A. Jessop has been some- what indisposed the past week. Smith Gregg of Cantonment was in the city Mond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 October 1888

- É£%-: Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEXAS Chief Justice Fuller is far from tall, bat bis now gown of office took more silk in construction than (he dress of a society woman. t Jean Iwgblow, the poetess, is thor- oughly benevolent Her delight is to give dinars to the sick and poor who get to the hospitals within her reach. The Empress of Austria is said to own twenty pet horses and twice as many dogs, after whose proper enter- tainment she personally sees every day. It was a habit of the late Professor R. A. Proctor to take an hoar's nap every afternoon, and his wife always sat by his bedside while he was sleep- ing. Belt a Ann Lockwood has been married twice, is a graduate of two •colleges and has twice run for the presidency. Altogether she seems quite two-two. The Earl of Crawford and Balcarrea, known as op.c of the leading astrono- mers and electricians of Great Britain, expects to visit America for the first time during the coming winter. A well-known American publisher say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 October 1888

ff i STRANGE AND SUPERNATURAL The Rev. Talmage in His Usual Eloquence. —jjjgg # - !■£ |i> --.'m "' • - ¿ i ■¡lllft |6^-^p i a< -i' : -jí st Sil i a i>5 11 I ÜKlai sí 5 h lái^ a Descriptiva Powers on Whether It Be the Sheriff or the Prisoner is Beautifully Delivered By Way of Illustration in Regard to the Mode of the People of Old—Their Manners and Customs are Depicted in a Light That is Transparent to Ail. qpecial to The Kantai City Timet, Brooklyn, October 14.—At the Tabernacle this morning, the Itev. T. DeWitt Taimase, d. Dm look for bis text, Acts, Ch. 21, verses 16 and 17. "lie drew out bis sword,and would have killed himself, sup( osin^ that the pris- oners bad been fled. But Paul cried oat with a load voice, sayiner, Do thyself no harm." The sermon was as follows: Here is a would-be suicide arrested In his deadly attempt, lie was a sheriff, and ac- eorüing->to Uic Kotnsn law, a bailiff himself must suffer the punishment due an escaped prisoner; and if the prisoner ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 October 1888

mm «> >■> i p" —.:—■ -— —- Free Press, ÍHE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. L V. HARM Editor aid Propriety. 61.50 per year; $1 fór six months. 8trictly in advance. t *1 " = published every wednesday at CANADIAN. texas. . — Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. Advertising rates. 1 inch single column. $l>-50 per month. 2 or rtiore inches §1,00 per inch per mohtii. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reason able prices. Bills presented monthly. • W: tiers who dó not know me, (as well as Sheriffs of other states and counties.) I am about 6 feet and 1 inch in height not quite so thick as a poplar tree, a little sway backed and hump backed. Knowing that on election day you- will march to the polls and cast your vote for me as one man, and promising you that when elected i will tear down the world and eclipse human nature, i am your most obedient servant, (Signed) Geo. lí. Berry Feeders For Sa le TWENTY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 October 1888

•f < Vf ^ -ft- - i VUL. &. Local and 1 Per- sonal Men- tion. Djck Busscll was'on'deck, Harry Hill is with'us again. L. Hoover wasin Kansas this jweek. The hog law goe§ intoeffect~Oct. 30 ¡Sam-a^zarnsirof'"Sherman ^passed through the city Tuesday, W. H. Hopkins was in town yester- day. The Tournament was a grand suc- cess. Tom Riley Mobeetie is in the city. W, R. Curtis^was; in1. _ the "fccityl this week. Assessor Thompsonlwae among the spectators. Julius Rising was shaking hands with f riends last week. Miss'Hoss!eby of Mobeetie wa* vis- itinglMrs. C. II •Shaller last week. Mr-*Geo. Griffiis;wife and daughter, were in^the citv^last;week. Mr.;Hood2frcKnTupVtbeICanadia i, Tra? in the"city this week. o E. M Heath of Clebourne was Lhere on Tmsiness'this^week. PO. H. Nelson and daughter Hattie, were in the city Friday. Nick Eaton'of Kansas~City~was in town this week. Miss Emma~Akim of'the Washita was in the city a few days ago. 34rs. V.LW. Maytiel<£,.ofTanhandle was in the city...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 October 1888

K&- B íT; - LV- - • ■ Canadian Free Press. -+>+- CANADIAN, TEXAS c The Queen of Italy, whose teeth are e, keeps an American dentist always court Since he got back qlive the Emper- or of Brazil is receiving all sorts of manifestations of the people's joy. Joseph Jefferson has more than 2.- 000 head, of cattle, mostly thorough- breds, on his big Louisiana planta- tion. Jap "THE SEVEN IN THE BIBLE.' Btbon Salesberrt, the Deleware peach grower, recently made a profit of 2 cents on a car load of peaches that sold for $1,122.40. Henry Irving has gone to Scotland with the desire "to catch something of the inspiration of the country before Mftnming the role of Macbeth.' t* It is announced that Josef Hofmann will make an American tour, playing twice or thrice weekly, from November to Jane. He is said to be cured. Joseph Jefferson, the actor, is credited with possessing a most power- ful memory, remembering the words of almost ever^y part he has played. Some one has found out that Quee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 October 1888

i.-? mmá SlPfes ■'üki-M W • CONGBESSIONAL íflTOX, of PRoctnnroa. \ Oct IS.—'The attendance of MINOR MENTION. mm L< w m (B 1 I;.. .. S-.fr líe **? to-day was larger than might have Ipated. there being some thirty of present when the journal was read, •sage of the president vetoing the bill of Mrs. Sarah Woodbridge on the that her second husband was still and that such a precedent should not ' iished, was laid before the senate and to the committee on pensions. Mr. called attention to the Union Pacific g bill and suggested that in view of its Importance it should be set for a hear- the first Tuesday in December. Tbe est ion was agreed ta Another e from the president returning out liis approval a bill granting a pen- sion to W. 8. Bradsbaw was laid before tbe senate. The ground of disapproval was that the disability bad not been contracted in the «ntlftary service. It was laid on tbe table. Mr. Hale introduced a bill authorizing tbe secretary of ar to protect the Washington aqueduct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 24 October 1888

WWS' /V.Í- \ V s íísfiS 0 «S* jgBMBlfttí 4':* ■" "V^v tímfh - fe I 1 L H'4> ft |v. . Si: i§ re w r 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 $1,00 per inch per month. liocals. first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthlv. hemphill county officers J udgc, E- E- Polly Sheriff, T. T. McGee Tieputy Sheriff, ... G. W. Aklns Clerk, «T- H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - * - J. J. GcrlRch Legal adviser to the Coicmlssion- ers' Court, ... - II. M. Baker Justice of the Peace - • Chris Stump Assessor. • Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, - - - - W. 8. Docker. commissioners. Samuel Pollard O. C. A kins John Anderson George Simpson First District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 31 October 1888

J mm mm <fip,x m . 2. Canadian, hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Oct 31 2888. No 14 ANDTP®R«ONAL, n Quite windy of late. C. W. Watson is in Amarillo. Frank Charlton is in the city. Bad Powers is over from liis ranch. Come to the entertainment on the 2nd. The cess. Dallas fair [is a grand suc- h I The Panhandle will boom after elec- tion. Mr. J. B. Latcbam is out on a hunt- ng trip. r- All our merchants are doing rushing business. Geo. Berry was in Panhandle over Sunday. Col. Grooms passed through the city yesterday- "Hon. L. E. Finch was in Higgins Tuesday. Beautiful weather for the last day of October. Hunting parties are^coming in from Kansas. The ''Vedettes" must go, so say the people of Kansas. Gus Waite, candidate for assessor Is in the city. W. P. Hard wick returned from Ki- Í.' ©wa, this week. W. S.^Decker^wasJnJMobeetie Sat urday last. D. Eubanks and party were in the city, this week. , Dr. C. A. Jessop it sufferinj£from a very sore hand. Fine job work a specialty at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 31 October 1888

• i¿ - ' . ' . ' • . í-«r Í . m fe--1 Sí:- m <- - Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, - TEXAS Te* French ascribes, the invention of of billiards to Henrique Devigns, an artist in 1571. Thk heir to the Russian throne, the Grand Duke Nicholas, will have a sep- arate court this winter. Grant started on his trip around the world May 17, 1877. He was gone two years and seven months. Jane Hading brought only fifty cos- tumes with her to this country, but she apologizes by the remark that dress has really nothing to do with art James R. Randall, who gave to Dixie a permanent ideality by writing ■'Maryland My Maryland,1' is waxing in year* but his heart is as young as ever. TO A VAST CONGREGATION. Brooklyn's Divine on Something Vivid as Well as Unique A few days ago, in a gun foundry at Peterahof£ the Czar lilted a mass of steel weighing nearly 700 pounds, to the cheers of the surrounding work- men. Christmas Day, commemorating the nativity of Christ, is said to have been first kept in 98 and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 31 October 1888

- . - . - ~ ~ - ..". V m ■Z&isbeírsws&SB *Jj|g ^ .-/ H| SIS ÍSSÍS?; , ' V- :•••*...• .. * . 1- . - i^BLSS - ■ --.* m ■P1S1w-m, .- n & -*••-. 'gmmSi smssme. '■'' Sip 3*jl§ aK - 39PS£%;' «iSfe hf/xji) up. Hnm&Ta Freight is Bled by the Robber Bold. Brotherly Love is Demonstrated by Three Hacking Jabs-The City of Cleveland 8till Has a Dime or so Left—The Knights of the Liivfe and Pin Have a Horn-Pipe Dane* of Wrath Over a Switch, Etc. C- Train Robbers Busy. Memphis, Texx., Oct. 28.—The eutboand passenger train of tiie Iron Mountain rail- road was beld up by train robbers this after- noon, two miles west of Newport, Ark. Hie passengers were robbed of about $9%X No further details can be obliged to- «iffht < One Brother SU>JS Another. Little Rock, Ark oct. 28.—Reuben and Andrew Graddy, leathers, living in Crawford, bad been quarreling: for some time over the division of í'i.OOO left by a deceased relative who bad obtained a peuslon under tbe ar- rearage act. The Grad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 31 October 1888

W Canadian Free Press, thb official organ of hemphill county. L Y. HARM Editor and Proprietor, CI.50 PER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. published every "wednesday at canadian. texas. Eiii ere I at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column, SI,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 OF, Judjre, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk. Treasurer. !ERS . Polly T. T. MeCiee G. W. Akins J. H. Hopkins * J. J, Gerlnch Letru! adviser to the CommtesMh"'"' era* Court. ... - DrM. Baker Justice of the Peace r - - Chii? Stump Assessor. - - - - , - Lewis Dirr. Surveyor, - W. S. Decker. COMMISSIONERS. Samuel Pollard First District, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, strict Judpe. District Attorney, G. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. D. Miller TERM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 November 1888

'*■ : RISp K8S3H > m mm i jh ; ."v-%r ¡íip® üSlii • 'í •• ,,"••'.' •w* ■>VM —1' -r ■VP* ■^' ■ <j*"cjy-ry •„ i \ $ü Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Nov 6 2S88. NO 15 ! MP v •**-. • ^ LOCAL ÁKL2PER 0?:AL, ;■ ' -' -*r .5 -• ' ' 3 >- ' - > s 1, ?- f M* ■fó Harry Hill is back again. Geo¡Turner~was"in the city Friday. Mr. PurK&y was in the city last week. J. C. Becker of Kansas City is in tho city. Parson Turners/as a caller yester- day. Ceo. Tyng. was in the city Fri- day. Sam'l roiiard was in the city yester- dry. 2Xtxt election I ara going to ran for governor. Mrs. Smith of Catiline was in the city Saturday. Mi*3. fíate i¿T was a guest £¿of Mr. Brown Saturday. Geo. Simps n was over from _the Washita to-day. Mr. Joe Reynolds departed for Kan- sas City Friday. Jim Fulton of the P. O. Ranch, was in the city last week. oThífo* I'aynelhas "created a~] board fence around his lut. A Larrabee of Texas, was at the Sutherland this week. W, J. Tood of the li...

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