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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 May 1889

££S&!&¿?S&*¿&hí «s • , .- v._^ • ; -.; •;•' > • • ' : ''-Vk~' ' ' . ' .• - ■ ' ~ ■ -"• -- |;V>iV-:v ffflflflftifltl ^r~"i ft w wwWWW $tM. i¿. L ▼. HAHUf) Publisher. DOMESTIC NEWS. pAMAD >IAK, - - TEXAS. A colored man owns sixty houses and one of the hotels at Mempbie. Hon. John L. Waller, a prominent colored man of Topeka, wants to be minister to Hayti. No child born in Aspinwall on the Isthmus of Panama has ever reached the age of iwenty-one years. An Indian runner in California re- cently traveled 120 miles in two day# to carry an important message. In the little town of Galltzin, Pa. with a population of 2,000, in the past four months more than 100 deaths h&ve occurred from diphtheria. The four months packing season at Chicago, for the season just ended, were 1,496,000 hogs, against 1,735,590 lor the corresponding time in 1887. The Bell Telephone company Í3 re- ported to have paid eighteen per cent on its $10,000,000 of watered stock last year, and to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 May 1889

: •'-:iÁSS5" , igg*|¡ - /. f v* É'¿' ®B5 K* ill; > IM ' &*<- m U~ HÉi «r ----- Í 3? .6 "Í • *: lf¡¡f S I# WW > 1 21 *í ijgf 1 ■ 2 lQU&HS Cf^Q PURE, ¡i CjrIeIbs K3 OPIUM Is mj fora. Among the bu: r<vue-l lea Allrn'iiLnngRaluia Knd pro-emlnfit The drufr?i*ta speak of it In heat terma, a* giving «nUre satisfaction when ?** It is IMd. Pricc 25cts.,fJ0cts.,«nd $ 1 per Bottle. The^á-CK^'T BOTTLES ar put up for the team- aiodatt<>n ol all «t*o de«ire slmoly a , COU ■ II or CR Jl-P REMHDY. 7nam dainng a rcrtx-ij for CONS UMPTIOJÜ •r wnf L UiVG D > ÉASE thtndd ucurt tti Large fi Bottle*. PILS.S. Posi lively cured bj tliear Little PI Hp. i Tbey alao relieve Dis- tress from I yspepsia.In- «".jgestior aniTnoKearty Eatic . A perfect rem- ¡edy fc-Dirzincss.Nauaea Drowsiness, Bad Taetf ia tho Mouth, Coated Tong-.tG.Pain in the Side. T01UÍD _rCEIt. They regulate the Bowels. rnr*lv Vegetable. Price 25 Centau for r5j|LBLA!NS. Cl ITS- scratches, bruisesV 5CR* WOUNDS. 8m mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 May 1889

i " ; * MP? • " "-■ ^ " '.^Ti ••"* '.-SBUS *~:" .' ' SOfc '••■*:• V í "•?¿ • ;; ■ . ' " .. ; • t -. '- - - : SS E Wwm lipilpSl :, É >*':'v. | -••*••*•*. -.,3- |vv • " fí■: ?>,</f?8 e tx&p :.i ."T- :".• ;': •£-< "?&."-■• ■ • ?".~?r-* -¿5S%S r. :. "J •--:r-/ -2 jPH0| ,P- ^jg - • i ' ,"" ••*"*'-- V¿1¡^ •-- [ '¿-'-■•*%' - -- '• - - .•'••*'7*^- íí>>"Í • tr-vm t i-?irr r -^t BÍK.-Í -' ! Canadian Free Press. hemphill I OFFICIAL ORGAN OF COUNTY. L T. BARM Eiitw id Proprietor. «1.50 itch tear; f l for six months. STRICTLY in advance. PUBLISHED EVERY wednesday CANADIAN. TEXAS. at A WHISTLER on the ELEVATED entered at tlie Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. Tha Passengers Crew Angry and Tried to Suppress Him but He Had His Revenge. The other day a carload of passeng- ers on the Sixth Avenue Elevated Road were startled by the temerity of a thin faced, thoughtless youth of 20 years All was quiet in the car, not even the low whispers of conversation could ba ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 June 1889

•"Y - -V • '' ' • ' - - ', ;; • ^ ' f' '' í", _• V5b j- ^ • ■ '■■ SfSV-' ¡pmff ADIAN RE '"■' ffffip ■-"- '"V - Aí"íí' ■■ :- J ..- .-y*^ V-*-.,- |jp|v .- tí'.'' . "-' ' ■ ■ „ • -• . SI I ' "! SB I •-. *T¿2 Vol. 2. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Saturday June i ,1889. No CANADIAN IS THE GATEWAY TO OKLAHOMA It Joins HEMPHILL Cornnty On the East. Tliis Is Something Of a CHESTNUT J3ut WE Want Y'OUM : KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE INDICATOR. CAN ADIAN. Married men are having more or less SALUTATORY. To the citizens of Canadian City, Hemphill county aul ti Panhandle of Texas: Ik assuming charge* of this paper and sncceeding an experienced and able newspaper man. like our prede- cessor we have -apprehensions, and dread the task. But having assumed the responsibilities, shall say to our- selves and patrtEis. what has been done can be done again. We start trouble these days. Mr. Uullman, a with this resolution—no failure, if ticket broker of New York, persisted j hard work and industry will prevent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 June 1889

% f •; gn : m ■ mm V. (¿anadian free JJrm. L. Y. HARM, Publisher. CANADIAN, - TEXAS. Owing to his declining' mental fac- ulties the venerable historian, George Bancroft, has entirely ceased his liter- try work. Pbince Bismarck thinks there is no use living unless one can enjoy life, and so has returned to his long pipe and beer, much to his regular physi- cian's disgust. At a meeting of the creditors of Lord Mandeville, lately declared a bank- rupt, it was revealed that at the death of his father he would become pos- sessed of over £50,000 per annum and that his debts amounted to £2,200 only. J. W. Snowalter of Kentucky, a participant in the chess congress, has five brothers. _ Their names are John and James and Jules and so on, but each has the same initials. The head of this interesting family also signs himself J. W. Sliowalter. The idea was an eccentricity of his. The crown prince of Denmark was driving in the suburbs of Copenhagen when he came upon a furniture van which had stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 June 1889

MEDICAL MONOPOLY NOT WANTED. i. ¡P?: Boatos Daily (Hobo, Feb. 7fk, *Ml "In the Legislature of Massachusetts a bill is now pending whose object is to pro- hibit, under penalty of fine and imprison- ment, the practice of "medicine, surgery or midwifery" by any other than the "regular" physicians. The attempt to pass such a bill has been made before, but it failed. It is a measure which ought not to pass, because it invades the personal liberty of the citizen; not the personal lib- erty of the .irregular* physician only, but of the patient "Only yesterday Br. Holt, in a paper read before the Massachusetts Medico- Legal Society, an organization of "reg- ular" physicians, complained of the igno- rance of his professional brethren as shown In the notorious Robinson poisoning cases. "This crime," said the doctor, "one of the greatest in our medical history, would never have been discovered but for the suspicions aroused outside the profession." And he called attention to the fact that In f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 1 June 1889

?iv. • V ^ . •' #..•• V sEp^e* ■■■.!■ "j1 - j 1 jijpi '- 'fW-'P HU4^ilfW* a, aumwm «* ".• '*?'. ■• 'iwi ? yy> ■ |M" ; Í"- 9 tip á-r; B x"- >¿. ' f < " - S'-"- Canadian Free Press TOE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HE3IPHII.L COUNTY. V. s. Decker Editor. •1.60 1 ER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoffiee at Canadian as second-class matter. IIKM1' IIIJ J; COT' N TY~OF FI C K 1ÍS JiHipp, Fi. E. Polly Sheriff. T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, ... A.M. Tarblli Clerk, J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. .... J. J. ttf>rjneh County Attorney, - - - W. S. l)<"ckej- Justice of the Pence - - Nelse Peet Assessor. lt.C.Nal! Surveyor, - - W. H. H. Cunning-ham COMMISSIONERS. Dnvid Fnj' ffm. llieksird First District, Second District, Thlr<l District. - Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, J. C. Turner Wiliinm Grooms -W Frnnk Willis II. Woodman TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil nnd criminal business, first M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 June 1889

VOL. 2. w* t -.. ' / rS -Í - ' > izzSr **£££. Canadian". Hemphill Couhty. Texas. Friday June 14. 1889. -- An exchange says, "Boom the town!" Ours requires nothing of the kind. It .s going ¿ight a&ngwithout being boomed. If you want to.get swiridIcd, buy a jack-knife of a street vendor. If you want a iarm upon whom you can reh at all times, employ a typo tramp. New York City úi ene day esntribn- ted ¡t^}.(;<80 lor the sufferers: these that A large excursion from Colorado went from that state to Ft. Worth over i he Ft. Worth & Denver railroad ou the lJih to utter.d the idling Pal- ace. The Ft. Wot i ii & Denver raHroad company are giving half rates from any point in Colorado or Texas to the Spring Palat'c. and deserves great credit for d<ing v hat they have to he!; the Palace along. An old missionary hvmnsavs: * "Wav LOCAL AG!-:XT FOIUTÜE TO v\ ;< oF •: A X \ I I AX. T A e fL 1 s -%b. nnrj'n I lili 'Sí O a rs m V-.'? i% % V f «-•-••: I s. N ( ¿a Je «*.-* Li. F-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 June 1889

ÉÉii££i w.i&JSÍp£ —. . W Canadian free Press. ¡ CRUSHED TO DEATH. SS: ¡fe- W. S. DECKER & CO., Pub. - - - - TEXAS. CANADIAN, An establishment for teaching house- wifery has been founded by Miss For- syth of London. It is estimated that 100,000,000 copies of the constitution of Japan have already been sold in that coun- try. A Brooklyn man dreamed he was in a scrimmage and drew his pistol from under his pillow and shot him- self. Three systems of elevators—two French and one American—will be used in the Eiffel tower at the Paris exposition. George Washington, as an eques- trian, is always pictured on a white horse. This leads the Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph to ask if Martha had red hair. A temperance woman in France wrote to a man asking him to leave off drinking and sign the pledge. She was arrested and fined 250 francs for defamation of character. The only great thin that said of Thomas Wingate, Islander who died the other that he borrowed and kept pocket-knives in his da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 June 1889

■ - . . . ... .. . • S? SSSSBSg mms, SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. Eg. í%- *"• - • fm Unole Jerry Has Not Forgotten How to Handle the Scythe - He Goes In for Simplicity. SECRETARY RUSK. "One thing is very certain," says a chief of division, "Secretary Rusk goes in for simplicity. He wants ali science that is any good, but wants no hifalutin and no more long-legged technical Greek and Latin words than are indispensable. He insists on a spade being called a spade. For in- stance, a treatise on the cultivation of crops wag ready for the printer last week. It had some elaborate scientific title like 'ag- ronomical hypothesis concerning geopon- Ics.' Uncle Jerry drew his pen through it and substituted 'Why does a farmer hoc his corn?' And he drew his pen through other passages with like effect. It looks as if the literature of the department would undergo this sort of revolution. ^ Uncle Jerry is very communicative and converses freely with any one who mani- fests a curiosity to become acqua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 June 1889

T?*- :?'-^..-.v.vt : ' ' **■■'.: news?; "m~ — ~ •* ***?% ^ «- ^ «>- -•-> *yj* "* i ¡fftó Igfó i St^ $&¿£ - üanadiañ Free Preps, '¡ni: official o kg an or itr rintii.r. COUNTY. Mr if: Ix 1 alten* W, S, Decker [¿iter, M:. níiíi 5. Minnie i>uw i ion lender* bii'ií' <\V-edi.osdav night \W I\ Hard wick, the very popularj Í^K Vhm Í* otií 1 ill M ¡ÜT y tnd U* vi ir.50 I'Ell YEAii; $1 FOU SIX 3IONTIIS. STRICTLY 1ADVANCE. published every wednesday at canadian. texas. f ; V ífotéí ;s Tha nes^ viitm Snth- „ eii.tii't is a way. ami the Sutherland is á is the best wijen Fay is away. Both I arc good, and the man who would complain of either would complain if he were to be lu.ng. B. D. V- Entefed at' the Fostofticc at Osrnadian as second-class matter. proprietor of. the . If ardwick Hotel at j Amarillo, passed through the city hist j ^ large gathering of friends assem- Wednesday jíüíj>íi north. í hied st trie Sutherland Hotel ~\S ednes- ,.. • t/y , dat'night to-attend a receptio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 June 1889

KÍ?ÍBS r ■■iff Í, .■■,:■ i- . ■ • .1 • - .ii ■•- •• • •• * *••->: f. -mmm W! VOL. 2, *$ÍPÍP3 *S&/25 ¿ ■ ■■ ■ j Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas, Friday June 21,1889. $~SES3feiE& ÜMÉÉ No < VJ r99 zn THE PANHANDLE 18 MADE TO BLOSSOM EOSE. AS THE works will be started fruits and vegetables. for canning Hemphill Onward M> don sty Well o -We:.? Ud r-,- p«rty tLct Cure to cl.-í. • Thk Fair Land in ta. -Uear Future. Two Italians, who caiine from Kan- sas Crtv, early in the week. upon look- ing over the country and examine our ; soil stated that they would return to Kansas City at cmce and return with twenty-five families and go into the ; Rowing of fruit and grapes, as this i ; was as pood a country as California for either fruit or grapes. and they ( uti' • i'r ';! • '/i--,.:* districts o-r Italy r,:- i -próv the '•*;?;}at(i and soil n-¿'ded In conchisi n \e v 'i?l nay t > ilj-'se here who are growing dis^atWred and think that the county will never settle that in five ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 June 1889

m J&J Set: m h- -f mm m m*rn Pp >-vx v . ' MM « S . * - - >rr.- - •-•■ *• .-v.,...... .• . ipgil ' - • - " ' - .. 'Mr:-- ' • •' 'té#;. ■ . . - mm '¿¿¡¡&r$% ■ r''ix^^':~ - - :v- ■ M. mm. (toitaiton |ree ¡Ira*, W. S. DECKER & CO., Pub. TEXAS. TV® wives of Msidi, the groat Afri oan chief, are his ministers of state. He has 500 of them. Already a great deal of diplomacy and intrigue is said to bo on foot in .' order to get the post of poet laureate when Tennyson dies. The salary is £72 a year. Sir Richard Webster, attorney- general of England, has been a most successful practitioner. In his* first year at the bar he made 300 guineas, in the second 1,000. The "Speech from the .Throne" In Sweden is the genuine «article; far dif- fprent from those at other capitals. It is delivered by stalwart King Oscar himself, clad in white ermine trimmed with red and gold, wearing a crown of gold upon his head nnd having a jew- eled sccptre in his hand. He has a fine voice and is a gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 June 1889

-v. : •* ~,, • -4 1 ¿1 . ) . : úi i ■ *ap GENERA LTEXAS LAWS PASSED AT REGULAR SESSION Of the Twenty-First Legislature Convened at the City of Austin, Jan. 8. 1889, and Adjourned April 6,1889. [Note.—Publication of them laws will continue from week to week until completed.] Amendments to Revised Civil Stat- utes. GARNISHMENT. Sec. 1. Amends Revised Statutes, Article 191, re- lating to writs of garnishment Chapter 1. [S. S. B. No. 6.] An Act to amend Article 191, Chapter 2, Title 9, of the Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legis- lature of the State of Texas: That Article 191, of Chapter 2, Title 9, of the Revised •Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, be so amended as to hereafter read as follows: Article 191. From and after the service of such writ of garnishment it shall not be lawful for the garnishee to pay to the de- fendant any debt or to deliver to him any cffects; nor shall the garnishee, if an in- corporated or joint stock company...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 June 1889

. - •.- - mi mm in i ■ ■ ~<s- r '•~yr% 1 anadian Free Press, HEMPHILL -the official okcjan of -county. él:-. 4| Bfe LW 1, 5, "ftscker Edits;. «1.60 PER TEAK; «1 FOK SIX MONTIIS. STRICTLY TN AVTAKCB. TITBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY CANADIANn^XAS. AT Entered "at the Tost office at'Csreadian as seconfi-class matter. HEMPHILL "COUNTY OFFICERS jud*©. E E Sheriff, T. T. McOee Deputy Sheriff, - A.M. Tnrblli Clerk, 3.11. Hopkins TrenMirer. - - - - J. J. Gerlach •County Atioru«y. - W. s. Decker Justice of the l'c «e - - Nelse Teet A MP* sor. - It. (.'.Nail Surveyor, • - W-H. H. Cunningham «COMMISSIONERS. Tiavid Fay First District, Second District, Third District. «Fourth District, District Judge, •District AtU moy, . TV in. Rickard J. C. Turner •Wiliiftm Grooms Frank Willis F. E. Mil'cr TERMS OF COURT: County Court, For both civil «ni criminal •business, first Monday In February, May, August and November, and may remain in «ession three weeks. Regular terms of the Cmnwnissioner s fourt second ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 June 1889

3 vol. 2. • ¥¿ * •- :-r^'"■ " """ ' ?M *i g CAN ADIAN «íPRE «Mtea Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Friday June 28,2889. No <8 TEXAS' INYITATION TO THE SET- TLES. One of the misfortunes of Texas is that there is so much of it, and so much about it to learn that few people outside of the state understand it, or have ,any intelligent idea of its re- sotiices aim advantages. While all the world was talking about Oklahoma perhaps not one individual abroad knew that Texas offered three times as much public land free to the settler as Oklahoma. Even Texas is startled to leam that in one of its counties there is more land subject to home- stead location than in all of Oklaho- ma. Texas is pre-eminently the land for the homeseeker as well as the capital- ist. In the Union there is no other lo- cality where a desirable home can be so easily secured. Here comfortable abodes can be established for the ren- tal for one year of no better farms else- where. Were the world thoroughly ac- quaint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 June 1889

u i- i. teté' (¿anadian free W. S. DECKEB & CO., Publishers. CANADIAN, TEXAS. President Carnot, of France, is not a great orator, but he writes a strong speech and delivers it effectively. Joe Howard says the majority of the rich men of New York city are not educated, bnt their faculties are sharp- ened on the lines of money getting. Their principal amusement outside of business is in devotion to horse flesh. Count Ladislaus Plater, one of the last surviving Polish combatants of 1830, died on the 23d of April, at Kapperswyl, near Zurich, where he had converted his house into a kind of Polish museum. He took part also in the rising of 1863. Algernon Charles Swinburne has been asked to write a poem on the Prince Henry of Batten berg's latest baby. This looks as though Swinburne would succeed Tennyson as poet laureate. Ex-Senator Palmer, of Michigan, who goes to Spain as United States minister, said he would rather "grub sage brush on my farm near Detroit than live in tbo castles o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 June 1889

GENERAL TEXAS LAWS TC ÜÉ - ¿fe & iW- w la? m? PASSED AT RVTGULAR SESSION Of the Twenty-First Legislature Convened at the City of Austin, Jan. 8,1889, and Adjourned April 6.1889. [Note. —Publication of them laws will continue from Week to week until completed.] Amendments to Revised Civil Stat- utes. CITIES AM) TOWNS. Sec. 1. Amends Revised Statutes. Article 486, as to publication of ordinances. Sec. 2. Emer- gency clause. Chapter. 6. [8. H. B. No. 15.] An act to amend Article 486 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legis- lature of the state of Texas: That Article 486 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Texas be so amended as hereafter to read as follows: Article 486. Every ordinance imposing any penalty, fine, Imprisonment, or for- feiture shall, after the passage thereof, be published in every issue of the official paper for ten days; if the official paper be published weekly, the publication shall be made in one issue thereof; an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 28 June 1889

t*' >!r m fr 1% {- ijf t: m - ■wyjitf iyju«" r-ar*^ I' U ■ J ■ m; * r>* 5 -1 ¡^fpfSS^P I •": ..;-;.V: - J ..uifcf": fr "« ■ -> - Canadian Free Press, THK OFFICIAL ORQAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. W, S. Decker Editar. 91.50 l'ER YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS E. E. Polly T. T. McC.ce A. M. Tarblli Jitdjre,, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Cleric, - - Treasurer. County Attorney, Justice of the Penee A«8Pf sor. Surveyor, J. II. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach Nclso Pect R. ('.Nail W. II. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. FlrPl District. Second District, Thlrit District, Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney, Dnvid Fay - Win. Itickard J. C. Tinner Wiliinm Cvooms Frank Wiilis F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, Tor both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in session ¿iireo wcoka. Regula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 5 July 1889

' ' - _ : . v " - • ■ • • . , ' pi - '•¿ism KÉJI GAN ADIAN PREE PRESS. Vol. 2. -y-— Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Friday July 5,1889. No 49 THE PANHANDLE COUNTRY. THE PART HEMPHILL COUNTY AND CANADIAN CITY ASE PLAYING v IN THE ADVANCEMENT OP THAT SECTION. We publish the following clipping; from the Ft. Worth Gazette of June I 29th, not so much for the instruction of our readers in Hemphill county, as for the information of our many sub- scribers in the north and east: It is said that Texas is the greatest • state in the Union, and that the Pan- handle is the ' cream" of Texas. It that be the case. Hemphill county ranks very high among the counties of j tl:e world, as everyone who sees her has to admit that she gives greater promise than any of the Pan- handle counties from the fact that her soil is as rich, she has the most water and i£js of a better quality than any. She n well supplied with timber for fuel or fencing and has one of the best, if not the best, towns in the Pan- ...

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