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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 November 1889

I pf> l £&' . ?V" # SÉ- SDlfc W? vembet, lb89. m. A Locke. Foreman, E. II. Flktciiek, L. lt. Bates , iiobt. Moody, E. L. I3enxistt. li. m. mCkay, j. J. shaff, m. w. Hays, C. ii. Shallkr, Sam'l Pollard, 13. f. Wall, j. w. iiekringtox, The State of Texas, County of tm official-ob® ají of üempiiili Icoi'sty! 1.M ra year; ti por six months STRICTLY 1 advance. fv rushed every friday al canadian. texas. Entered at the Postofliee at Canadian as second-class matter. mm "~r^ ■í£íM wm 00MPB0MÍSB. A Pew Eeasons Why the Jail Case Should be Com promised and Endless Litiga- tion For the County Stopped- LOCAL AGENT FOR THE TOWN OF CANADIAN. LAND & EX-coun' THE BASIS «o The case of W. II. Hopkins, et al. ! vs. E. E. Polly, et al.. or in other j words the injunction suit of tho Texas Land & Cattle Company and other i large land owners against K. K. Polly | county judge, to enjoin him from issu- i iug county bonds to pay for building, LOAN AND INVEST MONEY, LOCATED. DEC mm v vSfl ^gjgg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 November 1889

sa tip V- - •,.T. T. IfcGce * Ai M. Tarbill J. H. Uopkius J. J. tfe*lftCl) Nelie Pect U.í'.Nall H.II. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. David Fay Win. Kickard J. W. Brad burn Wiiiinui Grooms Frank Willis F. E. Miller TEKMS OF COURT: Comity Court, for olh <*ivil and criminal uptioesfl, ili«t Moudav i:¡ February, M*y, Vdyuit and S«?eml*r. n«w! may reata! «auion tbrea weeka. Rotular tarum of the <:ummf U>iu-r'ii Court aoaad Mondar* In February, May. Auffun Nptraber. {SCHOOL TKC8TEE . J J Sutherland, B. M. Baker k W. Crabtree. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fk Uy. in imcf iriiuT, jcxe 17,18 . Traína arrive and depart as follows: ■ast bound, passenger and express. - 9:22 a in " frai*ht,(- 2:09pm West bound, passenger and erpre*s, 1:18 p m freight, S: pm N. F. Howard. Agent. The Free Press. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFJCEljtS KR. Folly Sheriff. Deputy Sheriff. Clerk. Tra«anrer. County Attorney Jwatiee of the !*ea«e Assessor durreyor. First District, Second I Metric t. Third IHst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 29 November 1889

■ Wm m m M- & I i SHORT-HAND^ AT HOME. A course IN ten lesson's. ENJOYS Both the method and resulta when Syrup of Figs Í3 taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com- mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known... Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist "who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. DR. OWEN'S ELECTRIC...

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

isbse \ * mmm m ■sai m¡t The Canadian Free VOL. III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1889. r-v.- ■ im L. E. FINCH, President HENBT HAMBURG. F. S. LOIID, c. shier. Sgp|° r ft : r • /: -r 1-^B THE TRADERS' BANK, I# Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. BLOWN INTO ATOMS. A Destructive Cyclone Creates Havoc in North Carolina. Aldermen and Detectives Arrested for Con- spiring in Liquor Cases. Bungling Work zt an Execution—A German Editor's Crime—Stage Rcbbery. SSf-jg- * £0: i- i I 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...

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

mSOBSKIS, v*¿ - J ~ , i; , JsfiT -* §S&v' ¿ * ' * r«si DOT : ', K WMfp |ír ?-• •': í ÍMv- •, - *-r ¥t- '* £": 9R Hi Canadian Free Fress, TftC OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEXfillLL — COUNTY. v, s. Bnlfr Eiitir, iso rck teak; il fok six months. strictly in advance. PITKLISIIJCD EVERY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. JEstered at the Fnatoflhje at Canadian as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 iach single column. $1.50 per month, t or more inches fl.UO per inch per vonth. I^ocals, firsts nsertion lóc per line. Additional insertions 10c per line, feuta'work double the rate for locals- Job work at reasonable prices. Rills presented monthly. It is said, tlie principal articles for Mle jn jewelers' stores in Oklahoma, ■re revolvere. This* dots away with variety. An order lias^been issued preventing the sale of beer at all military posts on tfce frontier. The canteen business is sot even allowed. The Cronin trial draws" it slow length along. If they expedite matters it's possible they may finish ...

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

Mmmm m C l(¡ ■ .^¡m % *"." ■■utpe i qpvj** '4 H&1 n The Free Press. IIEMl'IlIIiL COUNTY ORFICEllS R. E. Polfy - T. T. MCGCÍ A- M. Tar'oiil Judge, Sheriff. Deputj Sheriff, Clerk. ... Treasurer. County Attorney, Juatiee of «he Pence A*ae sor. Surveyor, .J. II. Hopkins _J. J. OerlRch First DUtrlct, Fecond District, Third District, Fourth District, Nelse Pect . . * It. O.Nnll W. II. I!. Cnnnfnffhani COMMISSION KILS. David'Fny - Win. Ricknrd District Judge, District Attorney, J. TV. Brndburn William O rooms Frwuk Willis F. £. Miller § ( TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil and criminal business, first Monday in February, May, August and November.and may reinaiu in session three weeks. Regular tornis of the Commissioner's Court sesoud Mondays in February, May, August and November. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. J.J Sutherland, R. M. Uaker L W. Crabtree, RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fk Ry. I!* EFFECT gl'XHAT, JC5B 17, 1^9. Train? arrive and depart hh Toliow?: Ha.-*: bound...

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

- ' . . . v * *• : •' - * ~ sa . m E£ ?■ % A JAPANESE HOME. ít Is Entirely Surrounded by a High Black Board Fence. How Homes Are Built in Mito—Ths Hoisy Workmen and Their Way of Doing Things —Airy Edifices With Paper Windows—A Boiling Bath. Wo live in Mito, a city of about 20,- 000 inhabitants, say3 a correspondent writing from Mito, Japan. It is not far to the northwest of Tokio, and in the capital of Ibaraki Ken (province.) The city is divided into an upper and a lower town; the former lies on the verge of a range of Hills; tho latter is situated in the lowlands below. Our home is in 'about the center of the upper city. Iuasmuch a3 the house was built purposely for the foreigner who had been engaged to teach Eng- lish in the hisrh school, it contains some foreign conveniences. But, aa it also retains many of the native char- acteristics of architecture, it is quite a novelty in its way. Tho lot, which is not large, is sur- rounded by a high black board fence. In front, entrance is...

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

m mm : ■' jmm íHiP .. ¿pife. ijgPfe- ~\K.r-£i The Canadian Free Press. VOL. III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 20 .; JP L. K. PINCH, Pnddnit HENBY HAMBUBfr. f. S. LORD, Cnhier. THE TRADERS' BANK, Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING RUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. mim *1 > ' lili f " J€ - _. - . 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. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, ~ INCORPORATED:- STATIONERS, Praters ami Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. rafe- H. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Importers and Wholesale Druggists. PUTEI! MED...

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

-« . ■ '• " "' "; ■' • ;;K: ■->■■ / SEpIS: 'V* w ': .. .. . . •;• ••.. . ^ ^ ________ w BSfest * • I IS": fr c^iiadian _ -c.e Press, hie UFiriCiAi, oik;an of hemphill COUNTY. V. S. Cedar Editar. 1.50 I'Krt YEAH; $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN* ADVANCE. rUKMSIIED KVEIÍY FRIDAY AT OA N A !>I A N. TKXA?. Kiitered at tfie IVstoftice at ('anadian as second-class matter. PAfEICK EESSYS GEE AT SiJBEuH. The Signing of the Declaration of In- dependence. Copied from a Boston paper, July. 1776: It is the old hall of Philadel- phia on July 4.1776. There is silence in the hall. Every face is stamped the new.' with a de&p and awful responsibility. Why turns every glance to the door? Why is it so terribly still? The committee of three who have been out all night planning: a parch- ment are about to appear. That parch- ment, with the signature of these men oí Jciiova;] speaks out from the awfi.l cloud: '.Let there be light again. Let there be a new world. Tell my peo- ple, the poor, down ...

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

Rigs i SB i¡f >"■' v<¿ §11® :• : . fe" - Free Pkess. ! HH TI1ILL COUNTY OFFICERS fCt E. K. Polly sriff. T. T. McGet- Deput y Sheriff. - - A.M. Tarbfll Clerk. J.¿!. Hopkins Tre.i urer. - J. J. Geiriaeb County Attorney, Justice of Hi® IVnce - * Noise Peet A *•«• < <r. Surveyor, First Dlntrict, Second District, Third District, Fourth District, - . U.C.Nnll W. II.II. Cunninírlmt COMMISSION ERS. David F \v - Wm. Hiokarti District Judge, District Attorney, J. W. Bradbum Wiliimn Grooms Fmnk Willis F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: County Court, for both civil nui criminiil business, first Mondny in February, May, Aiiyust Hnd Noveioi er. and inny remain in •ession three weeks. Hf|iithr terms of the Commissloiicr s (.ourt seeoud Mondays in February, May. August and November. SCHOOL TIM'ST EES. J.J Sutherland, B. M. Baker £ W. Crafotree, RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Atchison. Topeka & Santa I'e Ut. I* r.rrrA T BL'SI at, JUNE IT. 1889. Trains arrive and depart as follows: Rast bound, passeng...

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

y- í' .* - ■■99¡ u. My boy met with a serious accident by pulling a can of boiling water over on him- self and scalding his face, hands, and arms dreadfully. Having a bottle of Salvation Oil in the house I applied it immediately to the parts scalded, (as per directions) and am glad to state thathe is now well, and the wounds healed nicely without leaving a scar. MRS. A. CAMPBELL, 2 Roberts St. Balto. Above all things keep the hen tome clean and well ventilated. The Jersey Lily has become quite famous for her beauty, and she means to keep it too. for, hasn't she learned in the great United States to cure colds with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup? "You would say Solomon's temple was a great thing," said Father Nugent in a lect- ure on "The Philosophy of Civilization" Sunday night, "but it would be lost in Chi- cago to-day. It was only 110 feet long, £6 feot broad, and three stories high." Cor- rect, Father Nugent. If not lost in Chi- cago, it would be stolen. S3. State or Ohio, Citt or Toledo...

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

-■mm mm — - in- Canadian Free . • YOL. III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1889. NO. 21 L K FINCH, Fraldaat HENRY HAMBÜI . F. S. LORD, C. shier. .1 m- •X- I- ; * - THE TRADERS' BANK, Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. THE LAST SAD RITES Thousands of People in Mourning. Business Suspended and a Day of Sorrow Prevails Generally. The interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent-—National Park Hank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters* National Bank, Sherman, Tex. Directors—Henry Hamburg, Judga Frank Willis, Robert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Kelson and Fred S. Lord: THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts incorporated:- STATIONERS, Printers m Lithographers ■n GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS. C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. Patron is o Home Institution...

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

.7.. ' V .-ti-" -*%atífe i. - -&K£&2BB^22í / mm. V '" E® W- ■ T. Canadian Frée Press, i un Ofr'ficlai. OHÍÍ.VN' o Y HEMPHILL, t í. L'NTY. W, S. Cecker Nitor. 1.>1) l'kil vealt; $1 for .sfx momtüs. strictly íx advance. IT ni.ISHEI KVKIíY FJIIDAT AT canadian. tex a?. T- Mntered :it the l'ostoflice at Canadian :is second-class matter. A I) V F.RTISING RATES. 1 inch single column. $l.-r>0 per month. 2 or more inches SI.00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion loc per line. Additional insertions 10c per line. Rule work double the rate for locals- Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. On Saturday last, the first snow ' ¿torm of the seasonj took place in New Yolk City. _ Miss Nellie Bly, the around the world voyager, was unavoidable de- tained live days at Ceylon. During the past year 33,954,357 per- *o «s have crossed the Brooklyn bridge m ears, w hile 3,195,137 have gone over on loot. Aunt Mary Tyler, the original of the old nursery song, *'Mary Ilad...

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

^ v*' . • " Wm .-'V - «.« i Ml m i Mi" - KM >*' Free Press. -«B f gr m - •-: fc: -: Wñ su if i jfe 9 v,.-- . 3tf-? ' hill county officers K. K- Polly ^ T. T. McGee Deputy Sheriff. * A. M. Tarbill cSS. JfH; V®^1''i Treasurer. - - - - J.J-Gerlach County Atloraey, - - Justice of tlio Fence ♦ - Noise Poet ^ Meteor. ll- L'"^flli Surrey or. - - W. II. H. Cunningham COMMISSIONERS. D«rid Fay . Wm. Klckard J. W. Bradburn William Grooina First District. Fecood D! trict, Third Dlstric , Fourth District, District JudK«. District Attorney. Frank Willis F- E. Miller a?i> '■ i ' \ TERMS OF COURT: Cotiitt> <>jurt. for l otli civil and criminal basine . first Monday in Febrnury, May. August and November. and may remain in •essioo liirt'C weeks. Kejfnlar terms of the Commissioner's Court «ecónd Mondays in February. May. August tod November. school trustees. J.J Sutherland, b.m. Baker St w. Crabtree. railway time table. Atchison, Topeka & Santa 1? e • IS EFFECT SUJ-'DAF. JU?fB 17. 1...

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

Y,; vi-# mm ®f§ib PP •" >' . •"•'V-. v-: "• • T'"- =' >* < •• .=•. '. ■. . ..... ■' •*• r: " ' _■ ■■' & '■ <«' Eiyi4$£ VHH BW°¿. M K ~. .. m :W- m* i ' Ü 3 m Coid Weather. I am freezing, uncle, freezing, In this cold and chilly clime, And am sneezing, uncle, sneezing, All the blarsted, blooming time. How I hate this drear November! For, without a single groat, I regretfully remember You, my uncle, have a coat. —Washington Post. "Very young ladies wear fichus which are made of extra wide sash ribbons. They are joined diagonally at'the middle of the back and cross in front, where a few plaits fit them to the figure, and arc knotted at the waist line at the back. It is true Christmas comes on almost the shortest day of the year; but what a jolly, good, long evening that gives us! Beware or Ointment* for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mu- cous surfaces. S...

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

mm -i-i 35386 1 % > he Canadian Free YOL. III. HENBY HAMBUK . L E. FINCH, President Ms * CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1889. NO. 22 F. S. LORD. C sLier. THE OWLS' CHRISTMAS. Í * H 11 I I U | i ; HL v - g fa TRADERS' BANK, %. I - |pS; ■ . -S'-É- SBf Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS I : Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. ; The interests of customers aro closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent—N'atif nal I'ark 1'ank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters' National Dank, Sherman, Tex. Directors—Ilenry Hamburg. Judge Frank Willis, liobert Moody, L. E. Finch, O. H. Nelson and Fred S. Lord. THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts 5 ~ incorporated:- STATIONERS, Printers and Lithographers GALVESTON, TEXAS. H. W. WILLIAMS.* - * C. S. WILLIAMS. BRINK MORRIS. Patronise Home Institutions! H. W. WILLIAMS & ...

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

?mméi , jr > v /. :.yt- HE f^SPSI «gr- ÉSPP ■ ¡p^fi^SsSÉs? mmm -" '* >" -r^ _r?^L a^P Vi - - 5-^<4¿í^ --• -^'5r-^,:- IHR M Hi BBS ggggl :;:i;- - HfAV; Étó 1' ' ■*! ■ * Canadian Free jfress, tiik official organ of hemphill c<*uktt. V, S. Ecckcr Editor. 1.60 PER YEAH; $1 FOR SIX 3IONTDS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. PUULIS1IET> EVERY FRIDAY AT > CA N A Í)IAN. TEXAS. Entered at the Postollice ai Canadian as second-class matter. advertising rates. 1 inch single column. 81.50 per month. 2 or more inches SI.00 per inch per month. Locals, first insertion lóc per line Additional insertions 10c per line. Utile work double the rate for locals- Job work at reasonable prices. Bills presented monthly. GILLIÍ- The Safe. Famitnra and Eeeards of Bob- erts County Havs Been Moved From Miami to Oían. We had occasion to drive up the river into Roberty county last week, and as night began to crowd us when we arrived at ilie mouth of Indian Creek, concluded to drive up to Oran, stay all night a...

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

'•'3-' gSH sBsPfe& || .SS&4L HP •Í&V™ ms . V -:V - ■'• I Wm -■' > -v;-- •;,'"■< ': ' , .';, ;•■' '; «Sí " . . *"' r* V" ■ -PRESS. ~A^~ HEMPI1 IEJÁÍ&)ÜKXDY OFFICERS * B¿ F.. Polly T.T. M('O'" J)ud|e, Sheriff it '■'. f Xmas geods at iljatyns news sta«£ CHjoice chippett beef at GeorgeGer. - lacir¿. 20t2 Fresh candies aiul nuts at Mont\Vs news stand. N • . L F «roe. *vif • an 1 hair*. THE PAN^IaJCDLE. %- é f# I I ¡ j¿ ifr m m m - Ife |a; Sí m u Is 5 r Í I ll <1 - V •*. V /M'.'i'li; 1 .f a «aaiií i i, ■•> i ' . a I.. i <!.' i!ir< iljwrit' .*r t % ri* : t i n • l' •1^1 i*i i a 1 i . .tíill! 5* í'ÜÜ'.i ■ ¡-: :« ■: 11V: Uiii >i true. -.K I - üí < -U\ The state of Texas lias- been des- cribed as an empire in iSself. The phrase is a just one. Vast in extent \ and wonderful in its agricultural and lu-i* v'¡ 1 .*: ; r?t> .? b- iwnl to bp f i.• ' • • Í i_i ; n - ;.u: 1- itií H i i luí* ói-.iiized £>rht~ And che ¿v.a¡ .r*st nsid lücst iv.rtile ^•cti.u...

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

■ - , ... I I .../., . • * fgSfesfe?'3r \ -. 'f :¿^~--' . v'^í SiSPS^assiiss *>> :'";• •' -" • C ■BMRmHI SyfrjHFjcS SHORT-HAND AT HOME. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant mod refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, ite many excellent qualities com- mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 January 1890

W3tm: S„_ ,_ -,T.,__ ,.T-.... ________ ■-. . . ,*-••• .... •-. .- -. . ,, ;V .. • -w?® ' ■ -: • • ••' i:*• -K" :- ~i. ; ■ 4®'-•."• •--• .-±■ .*■: '"V* 'Vs-V-*-; <;*?, ^ ■*' '.-.. •>■,-. '-v„ ¿rT¿* . -¿at •• : -;:l — The Canadian Free Press. ■**-"? r~ ÍÍWv; VOL. III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TXAS FRIDAY, JANUARY 10.1890 NO. 2 T I E. FINCH, President HZNBT HAMBURG. F. S. LORD, Ce shier. THE TRADERS' BANK, Capital Stock, - - - $50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. A TERRIBLE WRECK A Local Freight Train Plunges Into a Swollen Stream. The Conductor and Others Missing and Sup- posed to W Drowned. I One Victim with Both Legs Broken is Rescued in a Tree Top Seven Miles Below. The interests of customers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with .principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent-:—National Park Hank of New York, National Bank of Kansas City, Ma, Merchants and Planters' Nationa...

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