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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 September 1889

-.. .. ... - ': . . - - : ■■•■ ■ • : •-" " V:.i ---r . .. : v ' - ■ v.- . v.i-\ " ..... - .. . . § ~A ¥*c- im m : W m Canadian Free Press, official organ of hemphill county. I. S. Decker Hita $1.60 FRR year; tl for six months. strictly in advance. FVBLI8HED every friday at canadian. texas. Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. advertising rates. 1 Inch single column, $1,50 per month. S or more inches $1,00 per inch per month. locals, first insertion 15c per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Hule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. - SPECIAL. It is with pleasure that we announce to our many patrons that we have (again) made arrangements with that wide-awake, illustrated farm maga- zine, the American Farme *, published at Fort Wayne, Ind., and read by near- ly 200,000 farmers, by which that great publication will l>e mailed direct. FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will come in and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 September 1889

i is-s^ITÍ f vm? I- Em i L 1 ' ip Él « ; ,- Pi- ■ m IHE FRLjkJ PK: HSU I'll ILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge. K- E- Po,1> Sheriff. T"T* Mcf^' Deputy Sheriff, « • A.M.Tarbill J. II. Hopkins Treasurer. - - - - J.J.Gerlaeb County Attorney, - Justice of the Peace. - - NelsePeet AiMHor, .... - B.C.Noll Surrey or, • - W. h.h. Cunningham - COMMISSIONERS. first District, ... - I>«"M Fn> Second District, - - Win. Kickaru TWrd imirtcl. - - • j. W* BMdbuni Fourth District. - - ttilitain Grooms •Istrict Judge. District Attorney. Frank Willis F. E. MIUCT TERMS- OF COURT: Couuty Court, for both civil and crirainsl business, first Monday In February. May, August and November, and may remain in ••salon three weeks. Regular terras of the Commissioner s Court ■••ontl Mondays in February, May, August and November. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J.J Sutherland, D. M. Baker & W. Crabtree. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1889. LOCAL. AND PERSONAL. All the lawyers have gone to Lips- comb. Mr. Chas. Whaley was in the city S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 13 September 1889

ii im >11 im i tuttttt— m m } • é household ano horticulturf. How a Lady Educated and Utilized Her Boys in the Duties of Domestics. From College to Kitchen. WAY TO KEEP CUT FLOWERS. A Pretty, Cheap and Useful Ornament—A Comfortable Head Rest—Early Hyacinths. Bustles and Short Coats. As a direct testimony to the value of a good education in enabling its possessor to take hold successfully of the humblest duties of domestic life, we give the follow- ing, related to us by a friend: .She says: «'Having no daughters, I have been obliged to make gir's of my boys, so to speak, and have given tliem a thorough domestic training. There is no department of house- hold industry, except sewing, with which they are not practically familiar I had occasion the other d^y, when my house- keeper was away, to call one of my sons from his studies to help me in the kitchen, lie had just shown me the orbit of a com met which he had drawn, an I most beautifully drawn, from the formula given in his textb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 September 1889

% , " Mmm i HMHI nmsHHmMHB ; Sis mmi m The Press. VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889. NO. 8. . L K FIVCB, President HENBT HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, Ct siller. THE TRADERS' BANK, m , Capital Stock, ... $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. MYSTERIOUS DEATH. " ^ The Fate of John Linton from an Overdose of Morphine. 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. w ÍS?S' ' gafé 1#^ ' THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, Heavy Rains and Destruction of Property ail Over the State. Fire in a Bakery—Riotous Cowboys —The Lo: Wild Game Moving. Found —INCORPORATED!- STATIONERS, Pri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 September 1889

Canadian Free Press, official organ of hemphill county. I. S. Decker Editor. $1.50 per year; $1 for six months. strictly in advanck. PUBLISHED every friday at canadian, texas. Entered at tbe 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. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. SPECIAL. It is with pleasure that we announce to our many patrons that we have (again) made arrangements with that wide-awake, illustrated farm maga- zine, the American Farmer, published at Fort Wayne, Ind., and read by near- ly 200,000 farmers, by which that great publication will be mailed direct, FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will come in and pay up all arrearages on subscription and one year in advance from date, and to any new subscriber who will pay one year ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 September 1889

* >'• •.. 7;;": V. • vf?" S3R -:í;-; f 1 «o 1 }••;.• . Ai >.. oíllcc is at i';: i "ti _ '■••*• re-j Ss' -.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1830. Ec-tice. Those who receive a paper tins week with a cross on it will understand that their subscription is out and unless they remit at once this will be the last copy of the paper sent them. We have sent copy after copy with a cross on, to delinquent subscribers and have re- Hi lie comes well Ui.-ii. v . >•- • id * i-1 has located with us. the Sutherland Hotel. recommended from his old home. Messrs. McKnight & Crabtree have bought the lumber yard at this place and have reduced prices 011 all kinds of lumber. They are receiving a new stock and will sell everything in the ;r;f line of lumber, hardware and building material at not torn prices. Canadian's legal lights have all re- turned from the Lipscomb court. They have not "come home to die,'" but to THE PAKKAKDLE ceived no response. We have not the time nor the inclination to drive j r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 20 September 1889

Ikk m íx- m ®f; m A6RICULTUHAL NOTES. The Proper Way to Stack Hay and Grain to Prevent Damage from Continuous Rain and Snow Storms. THETHOROUCHBRED DONOVAN Prosccuted for Sunday Farming—Noted Roscommon Sheep—Cotton Bagging—General Items of ' Interest to all Farmers. There is no reason why every farmer* s boy should not lea: n the ait of properly stacking grain anJ hay. Nearly every far- mer can stack grain after a fashion, but not one out of lifty can build up a trim, symmitrkal, rain-proof stack. Select the site of the desired stack remote from the shade of any building or grove, and ar- jange the bcttom so that there will be a free circulation of air underneath. The plan of preparing a concave bottom, to give stability to the lick, is not desirable, on account of the natural tendency of the layers of sheaves to settle into a concave position also, and make a hollow in the center of the stack, the very thinj most to be avoided. Fix a firm, slightly convex onndation out cf stout pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 September 1889

VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1889. NO. 9. Hte - y, m §*•-. v • L E. FINCH, President HENKY HAMBURG. F. 8. lord, c: Shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, 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 1: rank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, -¡INCORPORATED!- STATIONERS, Printers am Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS, t H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PATENT MEDICINES ÍT KAHUFATURERS' RATES, HjeiprtrtSHOWCASES, PAINTS OILS,WINDOW GLASS,k 1010 and 1012...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 September 1889

:;r sm i Wmm. gg-'Í^J fljfc' i* '.. . SpUfils W"; is®! L'r ? . - -4* í ~ - • ••C KL I Canadian Free Press, official groan OF UKXfllILL county. I, S, Decker Editar. $1.10 PBR TBAlt; fl for six months. STRICTLY IN ADVANCK. rVBMSIIKD fvkky friday at canadian. tkxas. latered at the IVstoflice at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $1.50 per month t or more inches $1.00 per inch per montli. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line, ltule work double the rite for local . Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. SPECIAL. It is with pleasure that we announce to *our many patrons that we have (again) made arrangements with that wide-awake, illustrated farm maga- zine, the American Farmer. published at Fort Wayne, Ind., and read by near- ly 300,000 farmers, by which that great publication will be mailed direct. FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will come in and pay up all arrearages on subscr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 September 1889

% -¿r'"-^?:v?'"%. - f&T .~C-%s£¿:C^" - Free PRESS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1SS9. £•'*. " - J ^p<'- ■ " l: §P& BÉ jj¡i. Bfe ■BIn- fe®* É? ag*; &* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Come to Canadian on ttie ISlli. Oí Thursday Ex-Commissioner Tur- ner was in town. Mrs. A.J. DtiBnsk of Trinidad,Col., is at the Sutherland. Geo. W. Palmer of the Washita, in town after merchandise. James Mackenzie left town for the Bar C ranch on Thursday. B. Hopkins, from the Ilorse Shoe ranch, in the city on Thursday. Hon. L. E. Finch arrived home from Kansas on Wednesday evening. D. M. Margrara of Roberts county, In town this week buying supplies. T. J. Ladd, buyer of cattle from Kansas City, is registered at the Suth- erland. If you want to keep posted as to the Po- litical Complexion of the Panhandle read the FREE PRESS. He that was the Hon. J. K. Little of Roberts county, was in the city on Tuesday night. The Sutherland ¡louse has disposed of its swine. This reduces the number of our scavengers. Judge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 27 September 1889

■> SÉ; war Íá¿ «é&Éfe 1 > -. - --} liÉISSSsfc^ '. ~-^tv ~'.?t •*'- .- jSfjfefe'ii ÉSSífiC'x.v -'•:. • C-' • 'S^tZ w& "■ ti SH>! A flR TrTTT TTTP A T ("■■H banks an safest and best For nUlVlUUL,! UrVAL.I cover for the banks I use a coop or hot Southern Planters Oppose the Jute Combine and Contract for 6,000,000 Yards of Cotton Bagging. 11 Jersey Cattle Raiser net Necessarily a Professional Dairy mar.—interesting News Notes from the Southern Slates—North Alabama. Cotton is baled in jnte sacks, and it has been thought impracticable to use any other material than Jute for that purpose. Seeing the opportunity the jute mills of the south formed a trust, and put up the price of Jute bagging to a price that tira cotton plasters would not stand. Through the Alliance as a medium, it was resolved to use cotten bagging. To this end contracts were made by which the plnnters of Georgia and Louisiana take six million yards of cotton bagging. Of this the At- lanta Constitution says...

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

, :• í*er- - SgH5|gí£S «i Es-^St SSfe ■ r I igg ■ R *> I - - Sm I «p£>- fcf^- Kiwv::i ' r riii- Free Peess VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1889. NO. 10. L. E. FIWCH, President HENBY HAMBURG. F. S. LORD. c; shier. THE TRADERS' BANK 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, INCORPORATED;- STATIONERS, Printers ant Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. W- W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., ; Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PMEIT MEDICIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 October 1889

Canadian Free Press TlfV OFFICIAL ORGAN OF COUNTY, Becker Editar. *1 IN ADVA NCR. FOU «X MONTHS, j 91.6® ME« V«AK; strtctlk fublimed 2cvk1ct fitldat a T cana wan, trxas. Entered at tlie Potftoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. w^ SKmS«KBS99W?. A Meeting of the Pan- handle Horsemen. "WILL BE HELíi AT OMÍABIAH CITY OCTOBER: 18 AND IB, 1889. m I ; - W '0 n¿, « I#.? < r£^-LU"- Nt"' - Ü --- fc % fPf KK VV' ' fe"''- & ■ ■ WSm:; - m - 9' F'-' - w Thk cotton crop this year is esti mated at 6,935.000 bales, the largest ever produced in one year. Seventeen thousand head of cattle were shipped across the Atlantic from America* ports -during the last two Í weeks in August. i Chicago is the place for divorce seekers. One was obtained there the other day in just ten minutes from the ; time the petition was filed. New York Oity is assessed nearly | one-half the valuation of the entireI state, viz., 1,615,244,434 4W against 3,-j ; 567,42* J57, the total valuation. Our «worthy neighbor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 October 1889

■ Wm rm ] Y¿~é. " ' ': «* f I I If, ' I ' H® 5 i -■■ yí* í n ■ i% , V«Í . • 1 ... § IK I • \ m SI \X ■ ■ ■ as The Free Press. ADVE11TI81NG BATES. 1 inch sinfflfl column. $1.50 per month, f or more inches $1.00 per inch per ^Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Bule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. J " presented monthly. FBIJ>AY. OCTOBER 4, 1889. Come tó<£anadian on the 18lK; J. K. Little of Miami, was in town Friday. A brother of Clyde Young is visiting him Chis week. Vas Stickley is home- agaior from Woodward; I; T. B. F. Walls was up from the Wash- ita on Thursday. Mrs. B. D. McKnight was at Higgins early in the week. Our merchants have been doing a big business the past week. II. C. Bitchie of Springer, X. M.. is here this week on a visit to his family. A book agent lias been soliciting orders from ouc citizens the past week. Mrs. Geo. Montgomery of Mobeetie, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgomery on T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 4 October 1889

■ grpJsipPglgSl?S ;j: ft - ' '• rX-. ebij the Imugheth In thelanqald moon, while Porphyro upon her face doth look" ana wonders whet has swelled it to. When he linda it is neuralgia, however, he does not lose his head, bat hav'ng twenty-fire cnta In his inside pocket invests in a bottle oi Salvation Oil. That flower that fol'ows the son does m even in clondy days.—Leighton. Columbus discovered America and Edison Invented the pfcooogra-h, bat It remained for Dr. Bull to invent the remedy of tbe age, liThe Cough /Syrup," the kingly cure. A Swiss watch man u facture r has i nvented a watch for the blind, on a dial of wkich the houra are indicated by twelve projecting pegs, one of wh!ch sinks every hour. Old smokers prefer uTansill'8Punch"Cigar Truth is as possible to be' soiled by any outward touch as the sunbeam.—Milton. agricultural. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castor!^ Whea she became Miss, she clang to Csstorh^ When she had Children....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 October 1889

m y * ffe- E2i£ The Canadian Free Press. VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889, NO. 11 L £ FINCH, President HENBY HAMBURG. F. S. LOUD, c: shier. THE TRADERS' BANK. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING RUSINESS 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—Nati nal Park Dank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Mer. bants 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, IN CORPOR ATED !- STATIONERS, Printers am Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. M IS NOW PREPARED 10 DO ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING BOLD HIGHWAYMEN. A Mail Carrier Robbed by Two Men in Mississippi. BLOOD FLOWS AGAIN IN WEST VIRGINIA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 October 1889

IS! M 4 " " 1 W Si'. BK «£: lH EX-COUNTY SURVEYOR LOCAL, AGENT FOR THE TOWN OF CANADIAN. WAiuxlD lis XiiXAB. nutiiijug l lie SECURITY. Canadian Free Press, THK OrriCIAL ORGAN OF hemphill COUNTY. W, S. Decker Editor, $1.50 PER year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. published every friday at canadian, texas. Entered at the Postofiice 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. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals. .Jol> work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. ¿iA 1 or mechanic to toil on from day to da> for a stated stipend with hardly a chance of increase in pay or bettering Ills condition in life. Why don't lie come to the country cf cheap land, in- vest his small but hard savings in that, that will afford an independent living and at the same time increase largely in value. Such would be an in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 October 1889

mi hfiVit the Free pkess. HEMl'IULJ* COUNTY OFFlCLBb E. F.. Polly T.T. McGee Judge, Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff. Clerk. Trc.-i*tn*or. Co:inty AUoruej jns'tioe of üie Feao* AsíOtwr Surveyor, A. M.Tarbiil J. H. Hopkins j. j. Geriaeh Fii tt District Second District, i'hir«l Lííatríet, Fourth District. District judjre iitriet Attorney, mmm US' V>V|P« sO &«*:• ■ e&e Sr- f w? ■ £ ir ;■ í¿ ;: Noiíe í'eet li. C.Nail \Y. H . H. < unninjrhitni com m í ss ion i:ks. Ihivid Fay - Win. Ilickard J. W. Bradburn w .liiuni Grooms Frank Willi* F. i- .úill'-r TKS.'MS OF COURT: Con M> Coi rt. for both civil and criminal u:sin« -. first Monday in February, May, lux-i'"' mid November, and nsny remain in Vision three week®. !t"jpil«r term of the Commissioner's Court geer.iui Mondaya in February, May, August and Norember. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J.J Sutherland. B.M. Baker Jc W. Crabtree, RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Atciiison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. - ijt effect sunday, june 17, 188 . Trains arrive and depa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 11 October 1889

:•-' HF« fpi WmtrS ■ §£L r. . ter §jr:> bt 7> FARM AND GARDEN. To Insure a Good Crop Cotton Should be Picked as Rapidly as it is Possible. A Transplanting Process to Secure Early Spring Cabbage—Mare and Foal—Egyptiarl Chicken Raising. This is the all-absorbing business of the farmer at the present tine. And the same rule holds good in this as in corn—only a little more so. Cotton picking should pro- ceed as rapidly as possible, for every day's exposure of the open bolls to the weather affects the color and quality of the staple* The sooner a boll is picked and housed after opening the better the cotton. Cot- ton seed for planting should be í ft ved only from well dried cotton, and put up in sacks aud stored wh^re cotton has free ac- cess. Saved n Vals way they do not heat, and are conveniently handled. As in corn and other «sed, three times as much should be sav*d as will probably be needed. Farraers pay a great deal of attention to selection of breeding animals. Fully as much...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 October 1889

VOL III. IsSSi fz?: •' s5^sj|pg|p!£¡¡PSi^i^ ^ Free Press. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889. NO. 12 HENBY HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, Cashier. THE TRADERS' BANK, Canadian, Texas. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING RUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. D Tí Interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent—Nati' nal Park Bank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters' National Bank. Sherman, Tex. p'rect°rs—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Fincli, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, -¡INCORPORATED:- STATIONERS, Printers ami Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. a W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PATENT MEDICINES HI MANUFATURERS1 DATES, i*! SHOWCASES, PAINTS OILS,WINDOW GLASS.&...

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