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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 March 1889

> . Bíi ft I ir, jfiir jp: w I. / 4 i 1 s I , DISTRICT OFFICERS. Congressman.—S. W. T. Lanham* &tate senator,—John II. Stephens. .Representative,—A. II. 11. Telar. tMjdge.—Frank Willis. Distriot Attorney,—W. II. Woodman Itfsirict Clerk.-Ai. II. llopkms. COUNT r OFFICERS. ; •Fudge. E. E. Polly j Sheriff" and Tax Collector. T. T. MeGee ¡ Deputr Sberiíf, A. M.Tarbill Cierk/ Treasurer, Attorney, Hí sessor, ¿jiu'vero r. %oe¡il §nrnqraph& Local Items Calculated to Amuse Instruet and Entertain our Readers. Come in and settle up. Rtxt Monday is All Fool*® dar. T. M. Lewis >vas in town Monday J\. J*. A «II «JUL . . J. F. Hopkins l88"- Freema'n ¿'SllS! Flsl"ng Parties are now gettiBg R. C. Nail. nnmerous. \V. II. II. Cunninghgam COMMISSIONERS. j lb^r.SS8 looks sincc the First District, David Fav recent rains. Second " Wm.Riekard Third Totuth J. C. Turner William Groom SCHOOL OFFICERS. Jame* Goodwin, E. Longley and J. W ftanningham are county Examiners for Hemphill county. W. B, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 March 1889

TT- TRADE REPORT. : \ \ 0 \ Iten't Weekly Review Shows Less Dullness Than Might Have Been Expected. jpTkw York, March 23.—Dun's weekly review of trade says: The sign3 of im- provement in trade continue to increase &ndt while in many important respects the season has been unfavorable, there is less dullness and depression than under the ^circumstances might have been expected. JPrices settle down steadijy, the decline tor the week, in the average of all com- modities having been about three-quar- ters of 1 per cent, which tries speculative lioiders, but facilitates distribution. J?rom three-quarters of the cities report- ing, there comes signs of some im- provement in trade, though it is nowhere great, but moderate and gradual. The outlook is generally thought favorable and at New Orleans it is reported that planting is under good headway, while in Dakota and Minnesota preparation for flooding is a full month ahead of last year. At Cleveland and som3 other points bus- iness is co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 March 1889

f i II líl> \ •l Bi' II J \ > * \ MOUNTAINEEKa The Kentucky Highlands Present a Strange Scene. The Fend Costs Four If ore Lives With 61a \ Wounded—Outbreak of Reform School Boys—Moses W. Field Said to Haw I I Been Poisoned* PINEVHX.E, Ky., March 25.-—A thousand men armed with Winchesters are in the mountains watching each other. They are composed of the Sowder, Turner and other tactions and several sheriffs' posses determined to break up the lawless gang. Hear £alt Trace las*t night in a fight four men were killed and six wounded. This city 4 as for years made the reading w orld shiver once or twice a year by tbe des- perate deeds of some of its numerous clans of desperadoes. For two years, however, comparative quiet has rergned. The last killing that has *py direct connection with (factional <fisputes occurred a little over a year ago, when General Sowders deliber- ately shot Lee Turner. Since then Sow- ders, who has killed eight men, has been a fugitive fro-in justice. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 28 March 1889

T=T c - f- •" 7-**r •% • - \ . ■ V;.-. — ' * -**■ - - - • - -if • v ' •' ' * * ; i mJmWm -■>, - ?; I I I \ P- ■ v ONLY Srf** * - «fe r0^ !! •*. f I for THE CKE3CEHT .'AHP - _ Dsncrest's Monthly üageánéf •C I eRSAT DOLXJLE WEE51|¥. B Kansas City Wkekly Tiaras is by Bior© people in tho West thM* othor pape? pnbUyhcd. "Why? B«v !fc better r«*we*>ívn ta the Groa* thajb any ot^.*r paper. It is tho in tho Oklahoma mov^moot aüd t&ot belief Vis tibe "Weat- I tin© largest vreekJy iio-vvapapser in tho waiid, being 12 pafcas, evary lifeiUt!, oil for oxüy ojee ayi&r. ÉVtjry Western men should toko MT «! poaial canl top T Kjumm> Oifcy, TECBa, Oiter. M( 1 rm GALVESTON NEWS, cid and reliable publication was eataV j|M tai 1845, and has at this timé a circv IdMsa larger than any newspaper in tfre M, and with Thb Dallas Nnws, probably copel t sil the other papers put together íETt" ■ A TTONDERFUL PUBLICATION :rry Pnppoae PE OKEST?S MOWTHtiT to be a f:u?Lion magazine. Thi* is a groat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

\ V\ I5 rm SB*' i ®r P T - • " r-jtrf MI Kg K l "-y#^ • aL — ÍT-" fW: -■ - - mm WS^fM tM vM&wwWsi iw® sfitóÉSf^SS m ÍS.' ¿ • - '«Ts pyigi^' >v'"* „->: ■ „ VOL. II CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. GERLACH BROTHERS. •(■DEALERS in GROCERIES, DRY GOODS GrAin and Flour, OOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to ffive you Low Fisrires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & GET PRICES 2£Sr*No Country Town can Duplicate our price' CANADIAN, - TEXAS. tjam h on mmtt ■ I li ai SALFSf At CHAMBERS & HAYS, POR THE NEXT 30 DAYS! JTÍ V lii order to make room for our New Spring* Stock We have 150 Coats and Vefte sciii at from §1.00 to $3.CO each. PAHTS and Full Suits tüe same in proportion. Good Mérrimas Calicoes, 15,17 and 20 ya-d.3 for OHE DOLLAR! ' • *'"d 6 l" Wjii} pur Stock before the time expires and A STITCH IN TIMH. la WtiMh VMM AM la mt M TkIm ta ih* XarUf If go lii thi earliest stages of eonsnmptioft 4 the luhgí. ¿I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

wsm r .&Ñ(4r<** -: \ Kps jM* • ¿ry-' ■: * .:í- CANADIAN CRESCENT* FEEEXAir E. KZLLEB, Editor ft PuV PUBLISHED EVER? THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the l>aily News. IN EXECUTIVE SESSION. The Senate on the 26th confirmed all nominations reported from committees, among them Zachariah Walrond, Attorney, T. B. Nee- dles, Marshal, and James Shackleford, Judge of the Indian Territory; James Tanner, Com- missioner of Pensions. Many nominations were "sent in by the President, among them Francis IE. Warren, to be Governor of Wyoming Terri- tory; Benjamin F. White, to be Governor of Montana; Robert B. Belt, of Maryland, for As- sistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and inany postmasters. The Senate on the 27th disposed of sev- .iral questions before it by leaving them before appropriate committees, and in executive ses- sion confirmed Francis E. Warren Governor of "Wyoming and Benjamin F. White Governor of Montana. Robert V. Belt was confirmed as Comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889
Publication Title: Canadian Crescent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

:r'vm wfe* •; , ¡ I I 1 | I I § I I < I ft i is • v< SKr ■ ■' . V '. m *: :••••' -' ••„- « ^ ^ 1 81* í*nadim ¿¡nsfeut. Texas Lands. OH, YES! OH YES! A SBHOCSATIC JOC1UCAL. IjMblishcd «Tery Thursday Morning at Canadian,Hemphill county, Texas. The Laws and Bules of their Parchase HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED FROM THE STATE. We are Now Prepared TO BUY OR SELL Tk9 Staunch O/d Dsatocrvtíe /Jimpapsr, TEE MISSOURI FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. d t the Post Office at Canadian Texas, u second class matter. Txbhs of Subscription: One Tear, in advance, $1.50. Six ííonth , " f 1.00* Three Months, '* . BOcta. Single Copy, 5 " ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisemeats will be inserted in our eMamns at the rate of $1-00 per inch per month. Liberal discounts will be <rivea on large and long time advertisements. Local notices and other matter s:ind- «Hched among !'▼« reading matter wili_ be Jjsral notices will be inserted at the mta of 15 cents per line for the ftrst inser- tion and 10 cent p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

11 if I I r MK ii ft ii H | t ) 4 t I ii 1* *2 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. **• * ■ "■' ■ 1 ■' ■■■—■■■ ■ ■ i " ■ II II M ■■ i DISTRICT OFFICERS. <-Vm$Tfk««LUítf5.—S. W. T. Lanbam* State senator.—-John II. 8tephens. iWpresentative.—A. H. 11.Toiar. Jujge.—Frank Willi®. Dktriot Attorney,—W. II. Wood mail District Clerk.—J. II. Hopkins. iotal ffzragrxphjs SfiS I *V> have jnst received at this of- fice u fine «apply of new Stationery } Local Items Calculated to Amuso ! ~ui are now prepared hotter than V Ins tract and Entertain oar i eVlJ* to do Job work of all kinds at Readers. Rail Powers was i a town Saturday T. AÍ. Lewis, Jr., was here toda v. * * w Signs of the coming boom are now getting numerous ag&la. Calicoes. 15, 17 and 20 jards for mm • ,« m v, • K. 'c. N&li $1.00 at Chambers & Hays. j W. 11. H. «.-unnioghgRiii ' COL*1ST Y OFFICERS. Jud-re. E. E. Polly Sheriff and Tax Collector. T. T. MeGcv ihtpiitr ^Ueritf, A. M. Tarbill Clerk/ J F. Hopkins Treasurer, «J.J. Gerlaoh At...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

v I '■•"'% "' IH '• 'J- ,'?*;/ y ¡t ' ~* ~ $ &Í£V ; V'l-ri^í: « :#•' Jijp pSB- parata#. .^¿3®®% ,£: ' \ • ;-f 3K^(iKi£&E^g9j| v/o ■ ?• V - * -: r *, ■'■ r y . f,-* " -' ? ? * ,.- . v ; ■', - * - ■ • . ' %. ?* r ?;*- -'•- i . m THAT PKOCLAMATION. Tha Promised Land Can Be Lo- yally Entered April 22. The President' Proclamation Opening'the Land —Their Boundaries Defined— Laws Governing Settlement— Land Offices Established, #£-; *s HI § - - - i ^ '. Washington, March 28.—President Har- rison yesterday issued his proclamation opening certain lands in Oklahoma to set- tlement. The date is set for April 22 next. The following is the proclamation: By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation: "Whereas, Pursuant to section 8 of the act of Congress approved March 27. 1885, entitled twAn act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Depart- ment and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes for the year ending J ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

•; - ")< s—7— Jk —"■— , 'k —1 *■' ^'•lM • " • ■ •■■IS'*""" ■ wmm tb f -;i ••• J Wv STOKM. Suddenness of the Disastrous Cy- clone at Apia. 1 !i if lEg ¿fr American Losses Amount to Fifty-one— German Losses Much Heavier—Queen Victoria Expresses Sympathy— Mataafa's Noble Work. London, April 1.—According to the lat- est particulars of the disastrous storm at Apia, which have just been deceived, the storm burst upon the harbor suddenly. The German man-of-war Eber was the first vessel to drag her anchor. She be- came unmanageable and was driven help- lessly on the reef which runs around the harbor. She struck broadside on at six o'clock in the morning. The shock caused her to lurch and to stagger back, and she sank in a moment in deep water. Most of her men were under hatches and scarcely a soul of them escaped. The German war ship Adler was the next to succumb. She was lifted bodily by a gigantic wave and cast on her beam ends on the reefs. A terrible struggle for life ensued among th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 4 April 1889

gSKSfeRSfeeSB «WainiWü. •T A' rsí ■ ...... ' ' . • lfelS^'4' tói I m t... I \ m£\: X ~ \¿¿ "-; ••'rtp- - i# í4.l, r í v* n urns orr bus. T33ÜB CffiSAT X>OLLAXl yExb Kassas Cm WnHLLt Tszxs is rea|ft by norti people ia Cm W 5 thai «wlkoi po¡;«' ytibílííhcd. Why? Sfcs i* bottuff lvprm^nWi th* §fts4 \V3wi Uno •or ot;s«r pa^or. It is the tu tSka Ofcíaixxas* atorauaairt «ad íij lí^pí^líiíax tíul beaa&ta tfce Wot. te ti bxc&at weokJiy n^vspapor Ib tisa wBri¿i b¿B4j IS orwy Iwm, a¿¿ tor £ ONLY $3.10 FOR TEE CBESCEÍÍT AS> Ecaihly Uagsrisa JL PUBLICATION. 5xoai:sT^s RTOsrmMr raacaxiae. ThL* i* a greilt mistake, contains the finest Fashiom Dr- í ••; v.'.-:* ¿ '• ;- ♦- ■•■ # .. '-.■•:*.-*3 Vfl saentana instrue • f " /. n V J i': «.V^ Ir ;>'/*• * *r J tain* Stories. PO« . *•f-—"7" ^-<¿^'^5 «í6¿^r , *! iachidinr Artistic '-^jM / c*-' V f i! end is illnstraleri f •-, ■ u - k > wswuiAYitt X*.!J I'liotogravTim , ^ isi le, Scientific, and Uoup«"nold matters, .¿led wit.h orijóna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

V VOL. II se CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. NO. 24 GERLACH BROTHERS. ( DEALERS IN PDnnCDlrt •, i a a i M ? s * s 3 H i *wj i * \J> \J La- ? 4 1 'i . Lk GRAin u and Flour, trzra II 11 í W% V"r-;jA Tr' ■ HAT;, OUTFITTERS Grain by Car Load lots .%/ A> \.<L m o meraraa t-o 2170 you £ow jfts'ires. * r ► . t—( "**. H ? i j . • %•+ ú«w Mi w !& ; %t^á a*- T f-ivi v v1 v i * '■* WA V* V t-fc V I j. ^ r t V"r]* r •?* a f >« 11 /> fS «LiiW'y V# tl^'vi li' wUk4 W w t «i *p,r- o «y . '-, f. h.T •T* • - : o w A < v.- <r*. « >*5 -•< f '% n n r \ n V f • i4 - t - ' \ • / . «*•' *-ík i# V L-> 2 fc 'v« 1 v o Countri,7 Town can Duplicate our j??ioe T r?T? & f? it i a.-« ¿/V « W 9 * r*t t < ... ■ S3f — S-. 1 •^rr-.T? 'wamxr- jyavrTt-zr twrrvTrwim.^tw '' •■> V9 - .- < r i w > i ' * M V\y • «i ' / ^ ll t/ (- ?„ O ^ r.i /s\ n /2, R n-f (ft* r SM ^ f,i /,v\ r' 2r«to¡w 0*7^ .1 !>" 1/ üs £ ~¿i tasa X&P 'í""á Li;a . it; Vjyt ts A ^.'TT'í-or/...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

, . v \ fe y— . V . " Vv- jpuM^aij 1'. 'V 1'- ''r:- «O. «■■«>« ' — ■ <n< 7;;t ■"■■■ í'J. j£2Ó-- ? v' ¿j&áaigr:•*••: $$¡e* --.. ¿fe • ?£9l*s; > ! -X^" - W6F3^e% ?Wl&.íS¿9? 3Hí : -•'•^ W iS* £3fe&lS*!?fc "^-: jccrr3ag|g - ^aapfe -r - rr^g^eaw tgy - - , v^tg-B* .re ■ - -o*. , J,-^---- :• ;^^-:;£- -.-♦ ■ J-fc-'r* • •--«• ¡gap- - ■"?->- ; f? "V!: ;'->f UNUSUALLY GOOD. \ i ^ K the Outlook For This Year's Crop ta Kansas. Topeka, Kan., April 4.—The Kansas Farmer presents to its readers this week a comprehensive report from special corre- spondents in nearly every county in the State, showing the condition of things generally among the farmers on the first day of this month. Summarizing the re- ports it says: The outlook is unusually «good. The acreage of wheat is very large and the condition is extra good. Winter PROCLAMATION. The Centennial of Washington's Inaugu- ration Proclaimed a National Holiday* Washington, April 6.—The following proclamation was issued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

■i" *■"' ifflWr £U<£Sfc¿feSil£)iifc Wpr ' / I * - ■ yr> ( V &1 af * I SAVANNAH BLAZE. A Million Dollar Fire at Savaii« nah, Ga. Passenger Train Passes Through a Prai- rie Fire—Great Fire In Fittsburgh— Conflagration in India—Other Fires* Savannah, Ga., April 8.—Pire broke out at seven o'clock Saturday night in the «how window of D. H. Hogon's dry goods Btore while a man was lighting a gas jet. A moment later the fire had run to almost «very part of the building and those in it had barely time to escape with their lives. Fire was communicated to the crockery storeof James EL Douglass & Co., im- mediately back of Hogan's, and soon it was all ablaze. The high wind prevailing contributed to the spread of the flames, and there was no possibility of checking them. The building was one of the finest blocks in the city, and its destruction represented a loss, with the contents, of $150,000. The fire then jumped to the mag- nificent four story building known &s Odd Fellows'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

i.mm* I W i hhp * P^PHMBHHHRI M P ((ppiiiipwppw ; IP? *■ ^2. ~ :••••« "v.í !*# - -v- : 5f, 1 -*f 5 SiS^Ffifc • v*" --T t ^ \ ? - v W-T • ' • ••• ^ w -.. -v - - * ->•-.• • ,•? - ••-. • .. - rr-> á«-: • -• •• A . v ■. ' ' V ¿ •.,- < . * ' • K *" .. ;* ,JS.; ■ - *' . „• , '--.;•> :" f?^'; ^'■ ;"iv ,v; '*V<V-- .' ' \ -ly* '' ;1"" ,v:i";i>- * . s ;; • ' ":-£ - ~ * i*v ' > <p , ' ■:• „•>•* ; ^ .'..' ;•?* "• . ' .-"-V y w* áp ¡US p H|3 \ \ * s'\ I V rnJmJh^ S ':.-:'«4 ■ UJ- S. ■ r, T :- /'-< has f" (¡¿anaduin (gferesqe&t A DEMOCRATIC ÍOÜKKAL. published every Thursday Morning at Canadian, Hemphill county, Texas. EDEEMAH. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. _ Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription; One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, « $1.00. Three Months, ,f .50cts." Single Copy, 5 " T&xas Lands. Hie Laws and Boles of their Purchase HOW LANDS MAY B& ACQUIRED FROM THE STAT u OH, YES! OM YES! We a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

""""V ri' — v*, - •** -' ' ' -- iv ¿ ii i F A. l! ? Ri , i i I' i ti i ■i T > - ' - • , - -y.. ;• a ',- #v ,; ■''T * ¿ 1 ■. I ■■■! I .., iH . ,r ,- ■■■ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ^r?_jLr. t. ^ ^DJSTRICT OFFICERS. feftgfesstnani*—$. .W. T. Lanham* Stoto senator,—Jonn H. Stejbhfcás. Hepreaentative,—A. H. 11. Tolar. Ju%©,—Frank Willis. Dfstriot Attorney,—VF. U. Woodman- I>is$rict Clerk.—*í. H. Hopkins. ocal garagntphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse Instruct and Entertain our Rcadefs. News it.ms are scarce. Advertise for the spring trade. The bare foot boy is abroad in the j"F?Hopkins land in vest abundance COUNTY OFFICERS. Jkdge, E. E. Polly jSberi-T and Tax Collector, T. T. McGee Veptity Sheriff, A. M. Tarbill Clerk, ' Treasurer, J.J. Gerlacli ¡ e ... A*t*niej\ Freeman E. Miller | Neutle your account with us at Aasestoor, • K. C. Nail once. We need the monev ¿Jurveroi*, TP: II.H. Cunmnghgam ! a one.). COMMISSIONERS. school this week, a* the time ttrst District, David Fav ; fot the sf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

f f f* I I I I 9 THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. nUSEXAK E. KILLEB, Editor ft Pali's PUBLISHED EVEItf THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily News. Ploren ce Robins, of Wilkes barre, Pa., ten years of age, had her clothes catch fire from a bonfire and was burned to death. Downs & Finch, extensive manufac- turers of fine shirts, of New York, have failed. Liabilities between $400,000 and $600,000. The failure was caused, accord- ing to reports, by an attempt to corner the trade. Eighteen collieries near Wilkesbarre, Pa-, employing 2,700 men and boys have resumed work. GENERAL IN EXECUTIVE SESSION.- In the Senate on April 1 Mr. Tener of- fered a resolution that hereafter all nominations be considered in open session, and made a short speech giving his reasons for so doing. The resolution was referred. •. Several committees were authorized to sit during recess. The Sen- ate confirmed Louis Wolfiey, Governor of Ari- zona; E. H. Terrill, Minister to Belgium: J. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

- fx |]K M£Íi 'BE CANADIAN. CKlSCEN?, \ y % ■i i i i < * ■ \ FREEMAN E. MIL1.EB, Editor fc Pub's PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. WHEN THE BABY WAS SICK. "When the baby wuz sick, I tell yeh the days Fergot 'ettbey ever could fly, -An' actpd right like they wuz clipped i* the wings, The way they went crawflshin' by. .An' gran'pappy's clock on the landin', yeh see Ez yeh come up the steers Tom the hall, Felt mean ez the rest o' the fambly an' strek 'Bout 1 ke it wuz ready to bawL 'When the baby wuz sick, thar wuz maw an' paw. An* sister an' me an* my wife, ^Went tip-toein' round with faccs ez peak'd Ez a passel o' ghosts kem to life; .An* we spoke in the way ye h've heerd folks speak In a room where thar's somethin' dead, /An1 the women folks sniffled aheap—an', well— My eyes an' pap's wuz red. When the baby wuz sick, our old malteo cat With the white stripe crossin' her face Picked up an' put out, fer sne seemed to sense Thar wuz somethin' wrong on the place. .An' th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 11 April 1889

mz s HT S/<r WM-Wm WIS? * -V-¿ • *3K 1 K: [ p K K I Jfei fe IMS CfTT HE 7 % >vX. 39 ¥ S3.10 mm FOE THE GmBüENT «SEAT DOLLAB WEEKLY. Dsncresl's HcntMy llagadas* A WGNr ^UFCL PUBLICATION",? '- -, r«-*.~ rp?!W DS^Oa^S' HOKTHtT ' '* tv h i.isi,i« «i ; it_ tie. Thi* ii* a great mistake. •- , v -jCKUamj the f.n.>t FASHION De- , v.* ; «■ \v of gi y published, but rtús is c-^víír :,\ ;*K" f;.t - profit emerprirc and ex- •; • <.♦ isv Ft-nvn, fo li-ni «•: ch di?<a:tm«nt if , ' /, c-y,\l : > #• v.i.ní*:ucíi o in iut-.f. Ia OniiouKST'B yon {, i', i«. C }7<zi maiMZhv:* in c:;e, and sccurc arauto- '} ir.i Ttf. ari'.I inctnicfjon for the whole family. It con- Kaksas City Weekly Times ia by more people In the West thaa «fher papo? published. Why? Be- it better represents the .Great than ery oihur leaner. It ;s the j JéáéLer in the Oklahoma movers r>nfc and > to.éverythiiig; that boneii:* thj Y7est. ÉÍ In the largest weekly n ¿v/spaper tod in the wori£, beios 12 pages, is ...

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