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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 October 1889

1?Í?VS 3 ^3a ■•<-.■-: íV" ' " _ -' -• *' VkWí^ Wmm ís • KÜM ' I ggr "ii"";'- Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. V> S. Decker Editor. 91.60 r*k year; «1 for six months. ■tr1ctly in advance. PUBLISHED every friday at canadian. texas. Bntered at tbe l'ostoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. advertising rates. 1 inch single column. $1.50 per month. 1 or more inches $1.00 per inch rer month. ' Locals, first insertion lóc per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Kule work double the rate for locals Job work at reasonable prices. Hills presented monthly. he columns oí inia p.tpcj. «í vv ?xpect t« be waited on by a delegation f citizens of Canadian City with a re luest for us to leave. We understand the little gentleman lias gone to Colorado. We expect to hear of him as a tramp printer next, fie remained on the editorial staff of the Sentinel longer than we ex- pected, when we heard that Little told Slim when he hired him "that the first time he got dru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 October 1889

WSM -, -, - •A.-• ' :r-^;:;.< mm?sm Wwm • ••;• — m tmt; i pi Press. K: Hfe.* 5# fee &£> ;•*• fife -V"iff. • HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS judfc, rthcrlif T. T. McOee Demitj Sheriff, - A. M. Tarblil Clerk. J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - J.J. Gerlach County AUorury, Justice of t bo Trace AMe Mr. - Bumjror, - - W. H.H Pint IMntrlct. Second District. Third District, fourth District. Nelse Peet It. 6*Nail Cunningham <X)M MISSION ERS. Darid Fey Wm. Kickard J. TV. Brad burn vniiiHiu Grooms District Judre, niftrict Attorney, Frank V illis* F. E Miller « TKRMS OF COURT: « <v;nt5 i'ourt. Tor both civil and criminal osi^.TK" *. Monday in February. May August arid November. «rut may remain in *«;«; ihvo^ w.- iks. ;{.■ jijinr tertnf.o! the tJoinminaioncr's Court „«c«>p«t Monday* in Kclirnary. May. Augrust -ii" November. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 5 Sutherland. B. M. Baker Jc W. Crabtree RAILWAY TIME TABLE. A?CBUV>X. TOPKKA & SANTA FE RY. I* ErriCCT StTKDAT, JCNK 17, 18K9. Trains arrive an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 18 October 1889

wMfi Ír_-' 'rjm. m m DEATH IN THE SWAMPS! Absolute ¡pisog In nearly every CItj and Tm-WIat will be the result! CHILL FEVER AND FEVER AND AGUE Is prevailing to an alarming extent in oar State 5 AS ML/SABLE AS MILK. Kfio disguised that tho moat _ delicate stomach cas take it. Remarkable a* it [PLESH PRODUCER. fPer«om sain rapidly While taking It SCOTT'SEBULSIOH Is acknowledged by Physician • to be the Finest and Best preparation for the relief of cass, ran* ti on. hcrofula.ge *> eral pEniLirr, wasting diseases of am LI) REN, und CHRONIC (J HUGHS. —.deouqisis. gcott <fe Bowne, KewYoik. CIFIC -Bipraurs FEMALE. REGULATOR MENSTRUATION •« MONTHIV RICHNESS M* TfVYVS.** OVimM6 ÜKAN6S. Q? \AJV ©«AT oUi Ml fi£ MCfflifi J$09K TO'WOMAN "JMLEDfROi BRADFÍ5L9 REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA* sat y k/au BBUGútsrs. ' M Ely's Cream Balm is the best remedy for children suffer! tg from COLD IN HEAD CATARRH. Apply Balm into each nostril. NLY BRCS., 53 Warren St N. Y. GARMENTS GUARANTEED TO FIT PERFECT WIT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 October 1889

$9 &WW1 ' m MM MM Í • The Canadian Free VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 125, 1889. NO. 13 Ik 1ITOCH. President henbt HAMBUT.O. F. S. LORD, c; shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, &G4 m § ms- w i J Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING 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, Kobert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. • H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, -incorporated:- STATIONERS, [ Printers m Lithograpliers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PUTEI! MEDICINES If MASUFATURERS' RATES, i*MMSHOWCASIS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 October 1889

;.r . gpj - - ■ ■' --- vvr^C. viu '■:+r-Í % •--••" r> Bi Canadian Free Press, „ THE OFFICIAL ORGAN COUNTY of heml'hill V. S. Decker Editor. l.ÓOt'kk yeai ; $1 for six months. stkht'lyf ix aovaxck. Pl'BLISlIKD KVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEX AS. Entered at the Post office at Canadian as second-class matter. ► ' 1 ■ —— "T / ____ T ADVERTISING 1IATES. 1 inch single column. *1.00 per month. 2 or more- inches $1.04) per inch per month. Locals.: fint insertion 1 c per line. Additional it¡.-« r;ions 10e per line. Rule work <1«ííiblí the rate for locals. .Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. Tiikre is some inquiry as to the market value of Roberts comity court house and jail bonds. Perhaps Mr. Little of Miami can fix values. oi'r exchanges in the Panhandle re- port many prospectors arriving in their different t localities, and a better feel- ing on the part of owners as to the prW-e of laml. Moxied men! Capitalists! Take no- tice, we are about to form a "combine" to e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 October 1889

' '^.yÉ&sfei • 1 ' t r I \m ^ VM:' .£7" £|_ ISi THE I*\ ¿L XW Obnrch 9erviwú íC* c« :is 11 I - Are held at tlie school he: lows: r. 1st Snndav -in month. I*ev I>..tes 2d Snndav, - - Rev. \\. A ( oopcr. 3d - - - - Rev D-idsen 4tl Sunduv - - - - Mr. Carter Class meeting everv Tuesday even- . ^ .., . . - . | holders ought to investigate tlie Texas ing t 8:.-m w ciock. ° a Teachers* meeting every Thursday situation.—Gazette. evening at 8:30 o'clock. Good Templcrs* lodge at the Ileine building every Friday evening. Hand of Hope every Sunday after- noon at 3 o'clock. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2ó, 1889. When you hear some croaker make a statement to the effect that crops—or even coin alone—cannot be grown profitably to the stock farmer of the Panhandle, you may make np your mind that that man is of no benefit to this or any other country. It will gen- Subscribers who find a blue X on erauv ¡nove that he is too la/v and in- their naners will know their subscrip- , . . , . . . . "on Li expir-d....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 25 October 1889

f vrvr- * > « f m£i í;' _ . AGRICULTURAL. The Soil Best Suited for Raising the Valuable Forage Pfemt, Alfalfa, in Texas—A Good Fence Fastener* Training Young Homs—Cooked Food for Stock—De- fying.. Wheat Sowing—A Novel Bag Holder. Reaches in the South. A writer In the American Agriculturist gives the foi owing points on raising alfalfe in Texas: The soil best suited for raising this valuable forage plant is a deep sandy or waxy loam. It grows best in this State on ihe low lands, and its yield is fine. There are other soils here well adapteJ to it, which are now p.anted to cotton, and are not producing as profitable crops as they would in this plant. If this country is to prosper, it most abandon the one crop system for mixed farming. Forage crops, which would do well here, should be planted, and by a little labor the farmers could have plenty of fine fat cattle and horses and the best of milk and butter. To prepare the grounl for alfalfa plow it deep and harrow it thoroughly with ...

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

V::'4v • *- ■— i — — ——■ The Canadian Free Press. VOL III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. NO. 14 L E. FINCH, President HENBY HAMBURG. f. S. LORD. C. siiler. I? SB k/ m • .■ ' Iff. f" BP T If 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 hanking freely extended. Correspondent—Nati- nal Park liank of New Yor^, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Mer hants an J Planters' National Bank, Shermafi, Tex. I hectors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L E. Finch, O. II. N elson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts 9 incorporated:- STATIONERS, Printers ¡m Mof raptors GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PATEST MEDICINES Sí MAHUFATURERS1 BATES, Mpartercfor SHOWC...

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

'ÜÉ * be i % I ■ 1 m p - 7 -COÜHTY SURVEYOR LOCAL AGENT FOR THE TOWN OF CANADIAN. THE POST WORTH GAZETTE. SECURITY. LAND What It Has Done and Is Doing dor the Panhandle. LOAN AND INVEST MONEY, COLONIES LOCATED. «Canadian Free Press, tub official organ of hemphill . county. fv S. Decker Editar. 1.50 I'Elt YEAR; $1 FOR six MONTnS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. rubllsiied every friday at canadian. texas. Entered at 0*e Postoffice Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $1.50 per month. 2 or more inches $1.00 per inch per nntrift). Locals, first insertion loc per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Jfcite frc-'rk «0'tnfifc the rate life locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. Come to Canadian City, the city of •destiny. First it's Hogg to Hall, then it's Hall to Ilogj*. Tde Cherokee strip is to be opened for settlement. Come to the "Blooming Wonder of the Panhandle," Canadian. Tex. Tub three states." 2'ebraska, Iowa and Kansas have ...

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

fllsSi ■ , «i'ii rjjgg /- - k it |I£M I'll ILL COUNTY OFJ?7£JSRS E. E. Polly T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff, - A. M.Tfcrbill J. H. Hopkins ,r> . . . - J. J. Ger'Rcb prnntjr At tor up/, - — Jtwttoe *jf the Peace - - Nelse Peet J|Baes«or. H. C.N all Surveyor, - - \v. h. H. Cunuingliam COMMISSIONERS. D rid F*y . Wm. Rickard J. W. Brad burn Wiliiam Grooms first District. £econd District. Third District, fourth District, piritrlc-t Judge. District AllorPT Frsnk Willis F. E. TERMS OF COURT: Comity Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November, and may remain in «easioii three weeks. Regular terms of the Commissioner's Court «eeond Mondays in February. May. August -nd November. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J..1 Sutherland. I!. M. Baker * W. Crabtree. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. ATcnisoN, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. i effect sukdat, jcke 17, 1889. Trains arrive and depart aa follows? Cast bound, pisseilgrei'*express. - 9:22 a m '• " freight. 2: Oft p m West bound,...

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

-¿' - fes* ( i m t - S .t DEATH IN THE SWAMPS! Afcwlats poison In nearly every City and Town—What will be the result! MILL FEVER AID FEVER AW AGUE b prevailing to aa alarming extent in onr State. A miasmatic disease generated by vegetable matter. Exhaled from swamps and damp places, entering the circulation through the month—poisoning the secretions, and thus giving rise to great constitutional disturbance, As proprietor^ of an old reliable remedy which is truly a Specific for this disease we would recommend a trial of Peru Davis' Pain-Killer A remedy well an d favorably kno w d everywhere. It will Ctjrb few ioJ Ape, Doral Ague. Chills, Fern and ill MALARIAL DISEASES. Directions with each Bottle. sold by all druggists at 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 a Bottle. J. N. HARRIS & CO, limited, Proprietors for Western and South- western States. sM [carter's ■ iTTLE HI VER |pm.s. ICK HEADACHE Positively cored by thne Little Pills. They also relieve Dis- tress from Dyspep#ia,In digestion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 8 November 1889

mm ' ThiTCanadian Free Press. U '% : 533 ISP1 Sir YOL. III. ii. e. finch, President CANADIAN. HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. NO. 15 .y1 HENBY HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, C. shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, K 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. I,) i rectors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nalson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, INCORPORATED STATIONERS, Printers and lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS, C, S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. MTEII MEDICINES IÍ KANHFATURERS' RATES, J Mimfe SHOICASIS, PAINTS QILS...

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

..mrr mv m hi < m sP3 m W-' Canadian Free Press, the official organ of hemphill county. V, S. Better Uitir. 1.80 ran teak; fl for six aioN-rns. strictly in advance. published every friday 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. Locals, first insertion 15c per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals. Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. Race war on northern soil. The radical state of 111. has one. What> the trouble? liuldozing the nigger. Hon. J. N. Browning disowns the speech said to have been made by him. Did that delegation go to Austin, at all! at all! ^ Vernon has organized a board of trade. This is a move in the right di- rection as such an institution is of great help to a town. If you are seeking investment, place your dollars in Panhandle lands and in a short future, Wher...

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

si: &Z,-v.fi tesK**-; "V3Ü-- :.. ~ - : -• v e* *!-• ■■ •;*—* >« The Free Press. 1® ■ ■ w ?- i k . ?- t i i r: Bf I i HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS Judge, Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff. Clerk. Treasurer. Count j Attorney, Justice of the P iiwaior. Surveyor. K. R. Polly T. T. McGee A. M. TSrblU J. H. Hopkins J. J.^Gerlach Neis® Peet . . K. c.Nall W. H. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. First District, Second District, Third District. - Fourth District, District Judge, District Attorney. David Fny . Won. Rickard J. W. Bradburn William Grooms Frank Willis F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: «i ni) Court, for both civil and criminal . lines*. first Monday in February. May. ■■■ft November, iind may remain in thr**c wee s. tr •'•riKS of the Commisfclouer's Court \ . . Momtur* in Kefciniary. May. Au*nst .. ?r . • H' -O . TRl sTkES %uU. v s¿ n«ker 4 W Craotrrr. t- W \ Y TIMF TABLE - ■ . 'A sr.* Fe Hy. • t t '•** 5" I->V. • K.S ■ ° ... r fen«i oiprosS. - V: a n> r - u. - - - - - - * J:fi)pni i r and ex...

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

i m TALK OF THE DAY. The amateur photographer has very taking ways. Nothing" will so soon make a man hot as cold treatment. When a man "gives himself away" lie naturally loses his self-possession. A squirrel—"What are you doing for a living?'1 Another—"Chestnuts!" The man who resolves to quit drink- ing must be in sober earnest. Like many a young man, nature be- gins her fall by painting things red. It is very difficult to find a key to success that will work without a clique. Mauy who teach the young idea how to shoot, apparently doivt know that it'&loaded. There is no full stop to tho furnace in cold weather. It always requires the colon. A draught that neither cheer3 nor inebriates—Tho one supplied in the horse cars. An absolute vacuum has never been attained. It can exist only in your mind. Natalie's reception in Belgrado is only another example of a queen beat- a king. The watch trust is sail to bo break- ing up. It is time. A great many other trusts, by the way, need watch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 November 1889

K mm The Canadian Free vol. in canadian, hemphill county, texas, friday. november 22. 1889. NO. 17 L ' I M: Wgm- ' - píWvíS^ mMM; • # •4§j-- - j® üíh Br v r> J.- §á -í~. R£.-; ÉP r;., L E. FINCH. President HENBY HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, Cashier. ! WANT FAST TRAINS. THE TRADERS' BANK, Movement to Reduce the Time Be- tween Dallas and the East, Capital Stock, $50,000. An Old Attache of the Adjutant General s TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS j Office Dies Very Suddenly at Houston. Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. Rumor of a.i Important Railroad Purchase — Abtier.e V/ants a University — Shct and Kiüed. clianged a standard guage* As it will re- " quire a very short time to make this j i bailee and complete the connection be- : tween its western terminus and the east j end of the Taylor bastrop and Houston road, it may be inted as a matter of i o )lv a few months liet'ore Houston will i « be fed by another valuable railway line, i It is understood that the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 November 1889

f- r •• fA- ... s-4: r,:-. <SfS HUl: 1 " life- h Free Press, UEMPHII.L THE OFFICIAL OKGAN OF COUNTY. t, S. Decker Editor. • 1.60 FEB YEAR; II FOR SIX 3IONTHS. ^ STR1CTT.Y IX ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. such gi'ov.L scmetning ^ \y t w - V*mv • ••• grow. When I first went to Illinois, the cry was then that we were going too far west; that ^Illinois was west of the rain belt. The samé was sai<l of Cen- se wíli! Le be; it reasonable prices to feet! it to. This is no country for a lazy man. In fact we can't think of a good place for lazy men this side of hades. Capitalists cannot injure the strug- tral Texas around Fort Worth and j gling men who have to earn their liv- Dallas. but look at these sections now. ■; ing by the sweat of their brow, for LOCAL AGENT FOR TIIE TOWN OF CANADIAN Entered at the l'ostoflief at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. You will see this Panhandle thkkiv settled with prosperous farmers and dotted with thriving tew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 November 1889

-■ h * sí §l^^^p " $\ . "'/A'-^í"'"1" v- ;!>'¿:-r- |1S Hpl "' *m?; ""'-t-** jlz^' -■ --■<* -"•■:y-^-*m¡^1plii x . RIS ■%.V'',y" <#fW The Free Press. *í- :■■. " HEMPHILL COUNTY OFF! CE I IS E. E. Polly T.T. Meíice A. M. Tarbiil WILL FLEASID. rn.TTT> TI A T-TTT \ \TTVT "C ' * l^' billed St8i.es, Hot, SlI!'px S3Cd, lf J-Üiii irAl'l iiAii JJLiJlt. | equaled. by eitlier Oregon. Washington i Territory or Dakota. The average al- The state of Texas has been des-j^lM*e ^*¡,,s some four thousand feet ^ . ir ritt ! above the sea. makes it a countrv of .. „ #*ii l, 1 aS aV cmpne "? uself. 1 no cxtremo healtlifulness (¿Consumption Mr. x rank II. Jinks. one of the larg- j phrase is a just one. \ ast in extent ; and kindred diseases dojiot originate est and most successful real estate and wonderful in its agricultural and here. It is above the zone of \eliow fe.- !*.*/, -.«V Üg S.Í •_• gX pa mm - EM-r^j Mf SB I r-S^ msm , JIa j*r fc}¿ . p J E'_- Hr -^ ■■-. •> - * - %■■ A Dallas Man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 22 November 1889

PüSl ' £;". '>>$11/_- 3?pP SSUÍt - Ü Wr%> BCa-g .- • * É SHORT-HAND AT HOME. COURSE IN TEN LESSONS THE CROW AND DRAKE. i. PLATO 3. nJ/ i. \s A 3. KEY TO PLATE 3. Figures 1 and 2 show di- rection of letters, the rule being toward the center. Fig. 3 shows their attitude and relative length. 3 Bee tea key gee eke peak peep deep. 4 Joy toy coy Boyd bough chow out outch. 5 Days goes pays pose chose gaze buys joys. 6 Side seat soap siege sage soak sake sate. 7 Spice space seeds sake skies spokes spikes DeSoto. 8 Dow stow cows base chase scow beak cope. 9 Beach cheek keep keyed cowed gouge coke bestow. 10 Cages betakes beseech besieg« beside decide out- side decays. 11 Word-Signs—Common come give together which advantage is his as has. 12 I high how the a all two (or too) already before ought wiia Translate Ls 13. 14, and 15. EXPLANATION. Vowels are written at the beginning, middle, and end of the stems, in what are called the first, second, and third places. The sound of a uot or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 November 1889

The Canadian Press. vol. nr. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1889. NO. 18 L. E. FINCH, President HENBY HAMBURG. T. S. LORD, cf shier. T¿ r« H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. Patronis© Home Institutions! H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PilEST MEDICiilS A! MAÜUÍATÜRERS' BATES, Mffrtefor SHOffCASES, PA1HTS OlLS.WIPOff GliSS.fc 1010 and 1012, Houston Street, FORT WORTH, - - TEXAS. :> i m m ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. IN THE SMOKEHOUSE THE TRADERS' BANK. obcrt Moody, L. E. Find), O. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts -incorporated:- STATIONERS, Printers «Lithograpiiers GALVESTON, TEXAS. Is Where Martin Hahns Was in the Habit of Banking Money. Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. i But in the Gray Dawn of Friday He Discovered the Work of Base Robbers. Then He Hird Himself to a Witch, Who Looked in His Ey...

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