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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 January 1890

- - m SPECIAL. To Our Patrons. Canadian Free Press, LOCAL AGENT FOR TIIE TOWN OF CANADIAN. tub official í/r43an .of hemphill COUNTY. W, S. Decker Editar. 1.50 feu year; $1 for six moxtii . ftrk'tly ix advance. Shiee the Free Pbxss last visited you, a new year lias began, and we hope and believe that ft will be a year of great prosperity for Canadian and Hemphill County. It will be our aim to work for, and promote the interists of our town and county, and in we ask your co-operation and assis 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 this' P!JW'cation k® mailed direct, • FREE, to the address of any of our subscribers who will come in and pay JTilLISHED EVERY friday AT can" api a N*, TEX AS, Ki Mi v:- - — L.J - ==rr—r ■ 1 ,j but to do so, it must have your sup- i.ntered at...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 January 1890

4 % -- vfti Vs 1"ree Press. [mull county officers |e. fc\ Kit* Kierlff, • Ik. s - - 48*11' . . Inty Attorney. |li< < . the Pence íef>o fvey«<i E. E. Polly T. T. McGee A. M. Tarbiil J. II. Hopkins J. J. Gerlaeli Noise Poet . . |{. r.Nail W. H. ft. Cunningham i j:iiiaissic_ers Uoiu v. COMMISSIONERS. il I>:ftrict, bond I''.strict. Iir«l District, lurth District, .ludiré, strict Attorney. David Fay ; Win. RirkHrd ; J. v.*. Brad burn ; William Grooms Frank Willis F. E. Miller TERMS OF COURT: roiln tj * ourt, for I>otli. civil and criminal -lsliies*. first Monday in February, May. ' |ii(rust Mi:d NovenilK-r. and mti) remain in HWiou Mire* week®. ■ [Hegulm t<*rnis of tiic Commissioner s Couit | cond Mondays in February. May. Auirust Ind N« vAml<er. SCHOOL TUUSTKES. |..i Sutherland. B. M. Baker \ W. Crabtree. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. LTCIIISON. Topkka & Santa Fe Ry. in effect suni>av. jt'NE L, 1^^. Trains arrive and depart as follows: Fillet bound, passenger and ex...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 10 January 1890

mm. m w i — ■■ V It Is sad to think that Nebuchadnezzar after his gay life tad to go to grass, but sadder the thought that so many men of promise and ability find early graves by carelessness in not checking a cold in its early stages by the use of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Minnie Hauk has begun a season in Leip- zig- I suffered with pain in my side and back for four weeks, the pain being so severe as to keep me in bed. unable to move. I tried Solvation Oil and it completely cured me and I am now well and free from all pain. CH. ROBERT LEDLISH. 52 Durst Alley, Balto., Md. Gounod's "Mereille" vived in Paris. has just been re- A FIXE PIANO FRJEK. The Texas Baptist and Herald Makes an Uuparaltrllcil Off.;r. To the person sending in the largest amount of cash on subscriptions, new and renewals, up to July, latX), we will send a fine piano. To the person sending in the next largest amount we will send an organ. To the person sending the third largest amount we will send a line Singer sewin...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 January 1890

mm —■ v. vdian Free Press. VOL. III. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 17,1890 NO. 3 E'v-*, L. E. FINCH, President ITENI HAMBURG. F. S. r.niJD fr sh.'er. THE TRADERS' BANK, TEXAS DEEP WATER. Capital Stock, - - - §50,000. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Collections Promptly Made and Remitted. Correspondence Invited. The Report of the Engineer Com- mission Soon to be Printed. Official Reports of the Recent Catholic Con- gress Has Been Issued. The interests of cast >mers are closely guarded, andevery facility compatible with principles of sound banking freely extended. Correspondent-—Nati< nal Park l ank of New York, National Rank of Kansas City, Mo., Merchants and Planters' National Hank, Sherman, Tex. 1 ¡rectors—Henry Hamburg, Judge Frank Willis, Hubert Moody, L. K. Fine!-, O. IL Nelson and Fred S. Lord. f THE TEXAS HOUSE, Clarke & Courts, Of Interest to Texans—Weekly Trade Review- A Con- tinuous Rainfall— Rcastcd A(iv<-. I N(X)R PORATED! - STATIONERS, ...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 January 1890

s 3w^ft6 f •••• c%:sH&iM-'&£W£ - ■ i¡- , SBSpi S-^*3K®S^''r*£*4 ^WreS? I ':v 'f^-Tí'^íí '"7 *e? • Sr *. >? cij Os.naci.an Free Press «£■ W J ' —nil. M .1 Ml " ->mi ir P.I'üj - VV " V;- M "i"' I ■ I ■" ■ ■— •'■■• ' ■ ■ ■ <-1 1 •' ■ ■'* T(i C* official organ of üe3iphjll county. If, S, Decker Editor. I ..30 feb yeaii; 91 for six months. strictly in advance. HLlSlfEI) EVEUY FRIDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. 'Mm. red at the Postoflice at Canadian ;is second-class matter. al)VKRTISIXG HATKS. • inch single column. $1.50 per month. 2 or more inches SI.00 per inch per in; nth. Locals, first insertion ldc per line. , Additional insertions 10c per line. bu!« work double the rate for locals- íol work at reasonable prices. Bilis r • '.si'iiteu monthly. ii5ut the greatest we will intliet will >.e change in name. Instead of Tommy it shall be Clair or some other pretty name. ' We dont like "Maria,it's too ancient. You advise "turn her loose," what for? so that in her inexperience to c...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 January 1890

mm #:v' JL -■ - mm —— V' ~ \V"; ■ / P* the pkee press. HKMl'llIIJ- COUNTY OFFICERS Judae. EEr"" sheriff. Deputy Sheriff, Clerk. - Treasurer. County Attorn' y. juMlce of the PfHce AfcH'-ssor. T. T. Mcilee A. M.Tarbil! J. II. Hopkins J.J. Oerlach Nt'lse Pet An Djnii r i'i by gív«ii t'éi*. 1st layi). In addition to supper, there will be a Grab Bap, Fi«li Pond, a Fair on a small scale, and a Mnle Party. With the latter a prizt will b« giren. Br Okdeji or Committee. Deep heavy growls, as if from the throat of some savage wild beast dis- turbed the usual quiet of our sanctum Surveyor, 1,5 j\\l r.v.ti . i i "I' .!? IU :.<L -«./liiilUWl ji.f.j tJV.I-l If the Commissioners Court of any county in this state shall wilfully fail, neglect, or refute to make, or cause to be made, a tabular statemrnt of the assets, expenditures and indebt- • : *- I'f f .; <-* .■AA' t ' U U ^ U • * -> I 1 In the greatest state of the greatest country on the face of the globe is lo- cated Hemphill county. T...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 17 January 1890

i - i. ÉlÉMfs I... msbbbskbb^Í mm i-B- y<g : - x 1 ~ . \ - 3fg3sl ■ : ;• á-.-J .J _ ., ..-¿.i-. * sip^SSIPím 1 'ás£¿?*>3r \.. .; S§§? *? ••% íi :V-:" 1 ■ aa¡ I I 1 spmg ^v- í- - -—-— ■ - -- i Be w&s a stranger, five feet three, And I was six feet four; Be eyed me straight from head to fest— He looked me o'er and o'er. He staxed, oertes, he stared at me— This stranger, city-wise, And fast my color rose In In Against his questioning eyes. What ailed my—feet f The stranger spake* "Sir, Webster never knew; He said 12 inches make a foot, But- he had not seen yon!" Amiability Is to be admired, of conrse, but the man who is too good-natured to find fault with anything can hardly pose as an appreciator of good things.—Puck. The reason why Robinson Crusoe never went mad on his island, Cedric, is just this: he had no chance to get into debt. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL • . ' ,.v The International Lesson Arranged for * Teaching—By Rev. G. L Scofield. lesson HI, Jan. 10*—"The Song of Zacha- ria...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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