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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 August 1889

■ 'VÍÍÍ -"; MS* *'7'- '^r ~r1 f/ i&. Canadian ¿m §tt&. I RAIN AND CROPS TIT. S^tECKEK & CO,, Publishers. CANADIAN, TEXAS Cardinal Manning is 81 years of age. It has been discovered" that M. Eiffel is a direct descendant of William TelL Com3Iodore Walker want9 to be placed in charge of the North Atlantic Squadron. The Rev. Dr. Temple, Bishop of London, drinks enormous quantities of strong tea. Kaid McLean, a Scotchman, is com- mander-in-chief of the army of the Sul- tan of Morocco. The young king of Servia is feeling very much flattered at the discovery of a plot to dethorne him. At the funeral of a young man named Rice, at Shamokin, Pa., four young ladies were the pall bearers. Augustin Daly, like a great many other American playwrights, used to be a newspaper dramatic critic. The duke of Portland's marriage re- moves the last really desirable English peer from the matrimonial market. There are five girls in one of the Humphries families of Fleming county, Ky., and their...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 August 1889

SI Efe K ET merf- LAWS OF TEXAS PASSED AT REQULAR SESSION the Twenty-First Legislature Convened at the City of Austin, - 8, 1889, and Adjourned April 0, 1889. salary of not to exceed one thousand fly# hundred dollars. Approved, April 29,1889. '--SP . fr^.°l^-T^Ub'icltion of thes* ,awB wiu continue from week to week until completed. J Amendments to Revised Civil Stat- utes. See. 4520. to BOADS. of ^ *-JrST of CPm™'S8ioner* ai to laying out and changing roada. Chap. 36.—JH. B. No. 4*.] An Act to amend an ar-t to amend Artlclo vSOj of the He. vised Statutes of Texas Title 87, Cb¿far 1, approved February 2, 1ÜS4. P Section l. Be It enacted by t^é Legisla- ture of the State of Texas: That ftn act to amend Article 4360, ^vIsed statute9> of the General Lw6 « li84f page 19 sha)l be so amende as t0 hereafter read as follows: Artie! ^ 4§(50> xiie commissioners courts «ne several counties shall have full powers and it shall be their duty to order the laying out and opening of public road...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 9 August 1889

* 1 ;.:Xt liiiÉiÉÉÉIs ' : - --- ; 'íígp ■4H£tM tm •PPBlj ^SI^^^aeNiaEggBygaa^eaH^ gr . t . ' ./ _'V . ; • •• -'-■' ■ "• •'•,; V- Kr £-■ : p>. Canadian Free Press, TUB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF nEMPHII.L COUNTY. ,i w mi H >i^i i#wir ynyw * * *HP¡ f. S. Decker Editor, J. *: i •1.50 FEU TEAK; $1 KOIt SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. (UBLISnCD EVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Pi d office at Canadian as second-class matter. HEMPHILL cor STY OFFICERS E. E. Poll.\ T. T. McGee A. M. Tnrblli J. II. Hopkins J. J. Gcrlach Judge, Sheriff. Peputj Sheriff, • • • Clerk. Treasurer. - County Attorney. ... - ■ - Justice of the F#«ee - - NelsePcct ANen r. ..... ll.C.Kall SurTi'for, • • W. II. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONED. David Fny - Win. Rlckard Pint District, Second District, Thlnl Distrhit. fourth District( IHstrict Judge, District Attorney, J. c. Turner William Grooms Frank Willis F. E. Miller TEltMH OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 August 1889

fe*"- Wr / The Canadian Free Press. VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, f 16, 1889. NO. 3. .J ' & 'A A NARROW ESCAPE HaBBiog Ray Partakes of Poisoned Spring Water an i Falls from His Horse. Schnewosk, working in Bauks' baking ing her in flames. She managed to ex- powder factory. lie was placing a band tinguish the flames of her burning clothes, but not before she was badly if not fatally burned. HE IS FOUND INSENSIBLE AID MEMORY GONE, ¿uttorM to Solicit Plans and Designs for the Con- federate Monument. upon a wheel of the machinery when- in motion and his thumb was caught between the cogs, pulled out of its socket and clear off, "two of the sinews being stretched twelve inches, thus still attaching the otherwise severed thumb. The arm was also broken near the wrist The thumb Í and about ten inches of the two tendons were amputated. THE STATUE OF A PRIVATE SOLDIER IS DESIRED. Texas Pacific Hospital—Oat of Dan- Ser—Jtlcked by a Male—Condition •of Cotton in filian Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 August 1889

Canadian Free Press TUB official okgan of hemphill - county. Ii S. flecker Editor. $1.50 per year; si for six months. strictly in advance. I published every friday at canadian. texas. Entered at the I'ostoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 incli single column, $1,-50 per month. 2 or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. Jjocals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals. •Job work at reasonable prices. Hills presented monthly. The American JJreeder, of De Kalb, Illinois, in a recent issue has a finely written and well illustrated article on the great Texas Panhandle. It would be to the credit of the peo- ple of Roberts county if they would set- tle their difficulties amicably. If this can't be done, since the matter is be- fore the courts, wait for their adjudi- cation. The August number of The Old Homestead, published at Savannalu Ga., by Davis Bros., is on our table. This splendid magazine cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 August 1889

El The Free press. —■— HEMrni£J< COUNTY ©FFIC&RS Jid|0, *•R r nT Sheriff, T.T. McGee Deputy Sheriff. ... A. K,T*rtifl) v r Jr H« Hopkins Treasurer. - J-. J. Gerlach County Atlopufy, * Justice of the I'eaee ' Nefce Feet Aisfssoft ..... It. C.Nttll Surveyor, * W. II.H.Cunningham 'y^>2VZ " f-r ^' -'. • ' 1 . 5 & ^ ^ ' " r~" ■ **** ' ■ First Distrtot, Second District. Third District, fourth District, COMMISSION*! ^ ... D«r1il Fay Win. Bicfeanl • J. W. Bindburu William Grooms district Judge, District Attorney. Fmnil Willis F. S. M-Ulcr TERMS OF. COURT: County Court, for Loth civil and* criminal ..•Mincm. first Mommy in February. May, Aufiiiftt and N«veiiil er. and may wmain In t iliree wrecks. ICfg iilar terms of the (.'ommlwi'w* ' Cenrt •iccwud Mondays In February, !#•*, Aiwpnst •«nfl November. SCHOOL TltrSTEES. J.J Sutherland, B.M. Bailor J* W. Crabtree. CANADIAN', TEXAS. AUG. 16, 1889. Mejars. Jnnus T. Uitchió, of Man- hattan, and Horace Jones, of Topeka. Kans., were amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 16 August 1889

Fí 2fc { ÜCí SET A BEAR ON FIRE. The Bear Set a Creek to Blazing and There Was a Fiery Time Generally. "Folks may not know it," was the remark of a man from the oil regions to a New York Sun man, "but bears can swim like ducks. I don't know whether they can dive or not, but if they can one bear that I remember made the mistake of his life once by not diving-, and that not only but in not swimming under water from one bank of the stream he was in to the other bank before he came out again. The fate of that bear was a fearful one and a warning to all of the bear family to stick to terra firma in the oil regions. UI was one of the first seekers after riches th tt went up along the Cherry Tree run in Venango county to put down oil wells. Good paying territory been found anu a number of wells put down in the vicinity of Cherry Trae. Trout fishing was excellent in those mountain streams then, oil not having yet been produced along them in sufficient quantities to mingle with the water and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 August 1889

?. j ;-—v.; • -;=v--y , , '•• T;;-' m>: i-?- • : - «. . m The Canadian Free Press YOL III. TEXAS NO. 4. 0::- i%j- < KISP Elk- °P> w-, KstsSÍ4 K i Em-. #SS: eh '.4 THE COAL OIL CAN. A Young Lady Burned to A Crisp, the House Destroyed and a Sick Lady Prostrated. A HEADLESS FLOATER IN THE BAY Shot in the Shoulder—Immigration Meet- ing — Worms Dying Ont — Snake Bites—A Narrow Escape. Waxahachie, Tex., Aug. 14.—Yester- day evening a horrible accident occurred near Iiay, five or six miles southeast of Waxahachie. Mrs. J. L. Patton, who has been suffering for some time with chills and fever, arose from her bed and at- tempted to start a fire in the kitchen stove. After she returned to bed her sister, Miss Daniels, not knowing there was a fire in the stove, started to kindle a fire, as usual, preparatory to cooking supper. She poured oil in the stove from a five-gallon can, which was nearly full. The can exploded with a loud report, filling the entire room with the flames of burnin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 August 1889

mm •VÑi - g&§£ w I Canadian Free Press, TIIE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. I, S, Decker Editar. $1.50 fer year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. published every friday at canadian, texas. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. advertising rates. 1 incli single column. §1,50 per month. 2 or more inches £1,00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Hule work double the rat - ioi í1 Job work at reasonable prices. Hills presented monthly. A START MADE. UOBTH AND WEST TEXAS ORGAN- IZED FOR THE PU3P0SE OP SECURING IMMIGRATION. Let Us Pall Into Line and Make It A Grand Success. The convention called at Fort W orth the 17th inst. for the purpose of organ- izing for the promotion of immigration into North and West Texas met at the Board of Trade rooms and was called to order at 10:30 a. m. by Gen. It. A. Cameron, secretary of the Fort Worth board of trade. On motion Gen. I). Richardson of Callihan cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 August 1889

'v>; Mí^ ■ Ssíi í-í? v- .'. /-^'-- ■>*\: r-|Ljv. PHr^pB r r.i *r;fT. OeplltJ Sheriff, Clerk, - - ♦ fr^aminr. County Attorney, justice oí Hie I'eaw ifw'fítwr. Purveyor, llí?S V ♦ , - t:.- K. R. roi'i T. T i? SÍ- A. M. Tarbisl J. li. Hopkins J. J. Gerlncii í'iifcS District, 4 « or.<l I idtrict, l'hirrt District, fourth District, Nctee Peet It. C.Nnll \\. I!. II. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. David Fny Win. UickurO J. W. Ii rati burn WiiHatn Grooms District Judge, District Attorney. Frank Willi? F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: Countj* Court, for both civil and criminal 'busincsa, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in session three weeks. Kefuiar terms of the Commissioner s Court second Mondays in February, May, August and November. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J.J Sutherland, B. M. Baker & W. Crabtree. R < • 11- *t\ • f tv . r« -¡awl the I'rad 151'-'- i !i. f V. U jL-li. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1889. . LOCAL. AND PERSONAL. . - Wé Hairy Hill went west Thursday ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 August 1889

m i SOKE UTERESTHIi SOTES 01 9ABDEV FABIM ^---S^ííSÉ* WgfSf • ?■■:-■■ AGRICOLrüRE. flsillciiim wA Architectire—A first Prize Dulgn. Good Grain Chest. A Novelty In Hay-Balers — Orchard aid Fruit Garden—Green House and Window Plants, Etc. In order to add interest to this popular department of the Agriculturist we give Ms week a design for an excellent grain GRAIN CHEST FOB FOWLS. chcst for fowls. The trough (1), two in- ches high. The front of the chest extends downward no further than the top of the trough, thus leaving a free passage for grain from the chcst into the trough. The dotted line (2) shows the position of a board in the chest, placed there to conduct the grain into the trough as fast as it is eaten out by the fowls. The platform (3) Is for the fowls to stand upon while eating, it should not be wide enough to induce them to form a habit of sitting upon it. A board (4) is fastened to the front of the chest and extends over the trough to pre- vent filth from falling into it....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 August 1889

íH; rW9 $ i i¡y ' - ©as^^¿SKi VOL III. L. E. FINCH, President HENRY HAMBURG. K. a LOlíD, Ct shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. 4 Hi [Km 5J M lit- The interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent-—National Park Bank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters' National Bank, Sherman, Tex. Directors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Kobert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, INCORPORATED i- STATIONERS, Printers and Mograpliers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. í I '1 1 H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PITEN! MEDICINES II MINUFITURERS' RITES, fleadiinBrtersfor SHOWCASES, PAINTS 0118,1 INDOW GLASS,&C. 1010 and 1012, Houston Street, FORT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 August 1889

■ '■-> « ?V Canadian Free Press, rna official organ of hemphill county. Y. S. Decker Editar. $1.60 FEU YEAR; *1 FOR MX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. V_ i. i: v PUBLISUIÍtO KVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postottlce at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVEKTISIX(t HATES. ¿>0 | er montl- ;>e r inch p« 1 inch single column. ?1 2 or more inch -* ¿t.On nt nth. Loniln. !:isl iustiti**u lot* pt4i iin Additional insertions 10c per line Rule work double the rate for locals. Jol work at reasonable prices, liilb presented montblv. That Miami Outrage! A CAEDTfcOM ME. B M. BAKES £IV- • ISG THE OTHER^SIDE." Not a Question of Settlement, bnt a Qnei tion of Law and Legally Elected Officials. Abont the Rangers. Canadian, Texas, August 26,1.P.< To the Gazette. You have deemed it proper to publisl an open letter to Gov. Ross writtei by J. K. Little,county judge iso called of Roberts county. I trust you wil consider it your duty to publish thi: short reply. Mr. Little, whose ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 August 1889

":- , s^P * ?* % -*"*x-: ®®8S ■ i igfgfc~ÍBGWLjr-, -y- * • * "v— - ' s?V- • ti". VKi«r.^ .' f w 4 ■ The free puses. *- HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS? Judge, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, - Treasurer. County Attoruey, Justice of the I'eace Assewor. Surveyor, E. K. roily T. T. McG**e A. M. Tarbill J. H- Hopkins J. J. Gcrlach First District, Second District, Third District. Fourth District, NolPC rcct . . K.C.NU11 . - W 1!.H. Cunningham COM MISSION ERS. David Fay . Win. Kickar'J J. \V. Bradburn Wiliiain Grooms District Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis ¥. E Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, Tor lx>th civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain In session three weeks. (tegular terms of the Commissioner s ^ouri sscond Mondays in February, May, August and Nnremlter. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J.J Sutherland, B. M. Baker & W. Crabtree. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1889. LOCAL AND PEitSONALi- Wm. Stump lias returned to Can- adian. L. Hoover came d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 August 1889

AND HOUSEHOLD. An Ingenious Device for Sweeping the Bottom of the Kettle While Making Apple Butter. NOVEL BBUSHAND COMB CASE |y.' SET ' m i*. . B- - A Few Blata to the Lovers of Flower Plants—A Good Night's Bleep—A Little Dog. The accompanying illustration, from a sketch furnished by a Philadelphia sub- scriber, shows a device for sweeping the bottom of a kettle while boiling apple but- ter, and thus preventing it from burning. A piece of inch board is cut two inches less in length than the diameter of tho ket- DEV1CE FOR MAKING AI'PLE BUTTER. tie, and a bar of some tough hard wood is bolted to projcct above the upper side. Half an inch above the lower edge a row of gimlet holes is bored two inches apart, and twine or wire is woven through them. Stubby cuttings broom corn, which are re- jected by broom-maker?, are inserted in the loops of wire or twine on both sides of the board, leaving the brush pro- jecting an inch beyond tho edge and made fast A rotary motion is imparted to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 September 1889

mm % '•:-■£* .;- -s -<< - * * v- .- • • s- • ■• t' -'v .J RM • . < m &#« 5/« ! ► • t' ml k % i >;':' [ * . K?4&g . 3fS 3 bb mm Canadian Free Press. ■*S ws OL UI canadian, hemphill county, texas, friday, sep. 6, 1889. no. 6. L. E. FINCH, President HENBT HAMBURG. f. S. lord, Ctshier. THE TRADERS' BAN •> Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACTA GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. The interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondents—National Park Bank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters* National Bank, Sherman, Tex. Directors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. EFFECTS OF THE ELIXIR. It is Administered with Marvelous Effect Upon Several Persons who Find Relief Almost Instantly mills. The loss is estimated at $60,000. Mr. E. C. Phelps, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 September 1889

i J -4#s# -'. B brr r. .* ■ R- h . '"fV. ;ü Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL ORGAN of hemphill county. «, S, Seeker Eiitsr. $1.60 fkk YEAR; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVEIlY FRIDAY A'l CANADIAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Poetofuce at Canadian «k second-class matter. ADV ERTISIXG RATES. 1 inch single column, $1.00 per month 2 or moré inches $1.00 per inch per ny*ntn. local* }'•* :' !"■ ?« I.V *. :-r ">v \ -i.jit• .¡I > fsíti ti-'fts !< «• vnr !i « Rule work double the rate for k>cjji; Job work at reasonable prices. Bib presen led monthlv Do the citizens of Canadian and Hemphill county want a paper pub- lished in their locality? While we ask the above question we can but feel that we are not receiving the support by way of advertising and subscription that we have a right under the circumstances to claim. The Free Press, as is well known by its patrons, has devoted much of its space in an effort to boom and build up this town and county. While this is being...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 September 1889

" % Iffe 8 ¡Sljf ... - . , ' >' -• M '• y1,''#• -'a;* *•. V" -=ir-. - ?•• 3 l:; a*** The Free Pbsés. HEMPHILL^ COUNTV OFFICERS K. K. Polly T. T. McGee . - A.M. Tarbill J. H. Hopkins . J. J. Ger!a*h Judye, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Clerk, Tretwurer. County Attorney, Justice of the Peace Assessor. Surveyor, First District. ' Second District, Third District, fourth District, Noise Pect It. C. Kali W. 11.11. Cunningham COMMISSION KltS. I)arld Fny . Wm. ltickaril J. W. Bradbum Wiliiam Grooms - > district Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and criminal business, flrut Monday in February. May, A•'cust and November, and may remain in •Kion three weeks. Jtegular terms of the Commissioner's Court SMond Mondsys In February, May, August and November. SCHOOL TRUST E ES. J.J Sutherland, B. M. Baker & W. Crabtrec, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. IjOCAL andpersonal. Dr. II. S. Chandler has located with us. Several land hunters in tow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 6 September 1889

■- •- - — f -'-■ v>-?«**v"?-■■ ■ ' -" BU & M - ' mm aSnibl. FOR THE LADIES ANO CHILDREN. ■n How Aunt Grace Dressed the Twin Sis- ters Just to Hear them Ask "Which is Me?" the economy of setting a good table. A Safeguard for Protecting the Little Ones Illustrated—Process for Keeping Grapes During the Winter. WHICH IT ME? fe One of these is I And one is she; Can anybody tell Which is me? 1 hint about it fast, If you pleas.-; We hate to year Mich tangly Things as these. Just twin babies—can you guea-j lloiy it feels To have long fussy skirts Round our heels? All tbe aunties and mamma; Di*-* this way And the mis-er-a-ble peoples Who djn't play- Aunty Orace dressed us up For a show; Sh" says it is the stylo tj look so. One of these is I An i one is she; Can anybody tell Which is me? / y -Wide Awake. A I'en for the Baby I.ittle Jack's mother is enjoying a liappy freedom from anxious care while about her household duties, knowing that Jack is placed where he can injure nothing and n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 September 1889

Wñ m wm - v í*- " V - 3SS ;íí^Ft S? "i¿:sH:m ■ ; - - Spll&lpfe! jS¡Jp T- ~- MSgs -- f W¿§gz&'-i< msm . ¿t3' : V -- ■ 5;.A^-: -riX;'. . m ''■■ '' ' f -S*9' ■' '*} ~i-"'->&Ík " ".: i: *^|5j . •: -' ■; -• ' mm V. ~?Jg?gpl| >' • The Free Press. ¡a VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 7. fea - _ - iÜ: ||fc. L E FINCH, President HENKT HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, C: shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, Canadian, Texas. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. The interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent-—National Park Bank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters' National Bank, Sherman, Tex. Directors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, -i inco...

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