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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 November 1887

i ; v' WPP ■ u¿ *, ¿f ss^se, ■ * •v «• r J li r*" V ^r- ml K0n£ ÜS K-: *Sv CANADIAN # FREE # PRESS. Vol. l. Canadian, ttiem-ptttt.t. County, Texas, Wednesday, November 23,1887. NO. 14. CANADIAN, The Giant. 5,983 Head of Cattle SHiTFEB FAOM OAHADIAJ vai8 WEEK. The Famous City of of the Panhandle Rapidly Growing. Settlers Filling Up the Country. • m The Finest Lands for Mixed Farming and Stock Raising. many buildings be- ing erected. The Court House and School House Just Completed. County's 600,000 Acres of well Watered Land Now Open for Settlement.' ▲ man need sot b« fery old to re- member the time when the Far West * meant-the state of Illinois, or eren that of Ohio. Now the half million farms of those stakes are worth con siderably over two thousand million dollars, an average of 133 per acre. •The great impetus given to the set- tlement of Iowa by railroad buildiog west of the Mississippi river will be within the recollection of a still larger number of our readers. That state, no...

Publication Title: Canadian Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 November 1887

Canadian Free Press ¿. «T , CANAD TEXAS Harper's Ferry ft business boom. is in the throes of «T ¥ ¿ • Irish & English.is the name of a Buffalo business firm. Uh(w York City boasts of forty He- brews worth more than $1,000,000 each. It is discovered that a school teacher near Montreal can neither read write. nor -charged that at Georgia hotels th^mnch-abused Witt i aw goat Is serv- ed Htflr lárab chops. THE 131g Rises In Noted, Easier Honey Causes Increased -Dealings All Around—The Wheat Transactions of the Past Week Enormous Etc Staples frottftl. New York, 18.—R. G. Dun A Co., in their weekly review of trade,say: "Alore than a third of all the wheat which wilt leave the farms throughout the country during the en- tire year was sold in this one eity during the past six days. Reported sales reached 10?,¿ 300,000 bushels of wheat, 23,257,608 of 8,273,000 barrels of ol, 1,040,000 biles o! tot- ton and 408.000 bags of coffee. Wheat ad- vaneescenlsi corn, 4%; oatsl M\ oil, and coffee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 November 1887

Gpwp CÜMM] Kansas fcitjr ,Gr¿iá aad Live - Stock Markets. ia Grain Ma 1¿9t. Ka.x3as Crrr, Noy. The Dailjr Indicator reporta: Wheat.—Receipts at retrular elevators since last report. bushels: withdrawals. bushels; Jeavim* flock la syjre as reDotted to the*Board oí Trade to-day 416,121 bushels. There was a stroscr market to-dav on 'chance. On the call there were no sales CXCS¡¿ Sd 2 ¡?oít Not at 69e. On JxiAk bv skiii'.flo—N'o. 2 soft, cash, 70c. Coíx.' -Becéü;ts atf recular elevators since latC rqport,, ¿. bus^jeLi,. jand witirtlrawals, .. . . bu.*bél3| adKvlntr «tQdí ?ib trM> a# rquart- ■étf to the lirttrcTor Tradeto-flav 36.2$<J balhels. The market to-day on 'chance was steady and merely nominal, no sales having been made oo tha unll of j nv of the different rradpv either fAfcrwh o * fut «redelivery. - On track br sample—No. 2 corn, cash, cflJjC. Oats—No. 2 cash, no bids, a k ;d; Nov. nntf Dec., no bwls «or offerings; Mav, 2Taj' bid, 28% askqd, "On trark by sample—No. 2 oafs'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 23 November 1887

WM*:- L'.g-' ___.* •/ Its ■ ■ 1 fer Be "- "•V £w- N?- s - -, i; . ••• •' ;r ; ■: O- ¡¡P^gSH - ^ Canadian Free Press, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF RIMPlM OOUKTT. ill I UlilCL Uttw iri Pnpriitin. •1.50 •1 FOB SIX MOUTHS. STRICTLY IH ADTAXCS. Entered at the Postofflce it Canadian as second-class matter. mura stibt wednesday at canadian, texas. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. S . !>•! .*./ fatr'ff, C-s ¿ • TrNii.Hi, L l l ter^tr >a ta* Ctaal •;t' Cot*. t, ... JtfsVoe afiii Pnm, . B. S. Polly T. T. McGee 4 . W. ik ni J. B. Hopkins J. J. Oerlace IIsals at all hours at Tex's oyster house. All kinds of (ama. When yon are hnngty (ire him a call. The free press contained the Pres- ident *s Thanksgiving Proclamation the day after it was announced, and just one week ahead of any paper in the Panhandle. Last week we had the ac- count of the anarchist hanging in type and ready to print within two hours after they were hung, and a week ahead of the balance of the Panhandle papers,and two hours before the mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 November 1887

k& ^ííi!ibs1i . ■a. 5 mí:t^vm^e. Mavpg, pd-sr £>* *i ■ ; - i'. B. Ili P£NJr ¡i ■ T+~* CA [ * || jfc'x. I j|i V -- r y': t': / , • n S i I i M£- K "m-y | "■. ■ ■ ■ i I JU Vol. i. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday, November 30,1887. AL VERDICT! Pronounced by an Im- partial and "well En- lightened Public, is that CANADIAN, THE OOUHTY SEAT OF HEWPTnT.T. COUHTY. is the Best and Most Reliable Town in the Panhandle. Hemphill County's Fine Farming and Grazing Lands Now Classified and Ready to be Filed Upon. The Metropolis, the Empress of the Pan- handle, Canadian is to the Balance of the Towns and Villages as the Sun is to the Moon, in point of Brilliancy. Westward,the Course of Empire Takes its Way. Read the Letter From Hon. R. M. Hall. market, and they are being rapidly taken up. The following is from Hon.R.M.Hall, Commissioner at the general land oflice. which we present, as it is useful infor- mation to settlers and is authority in itself. Standing on the elevated groun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 November 1887

t-A'S¿^4-^\'.2i6^Hiteitiá^S! - •• t ? •>• Í¿«1 ^««ií-^wafcadfc l-^i*.-,v,:.v : R«'4- ft. . &£ l¿?í f J. í gft. CANADIAN, - TEXAS Arras all, it is moat appropriate that a minister named Pentecost should hare a fiery tongue. Dr. Phillips Brooks says that "selfishness is the natural and besetting evil at college life." ' Secretary Fairchild seldom makes use of a stenographer. His annual re- port which will soon be ready for the printer, is in his own handwriting. Miss Adele Grant recently made her debut in Washington society at a small dancing party at the British Legation. She was very much admired and will be the reigning belle at the capital this season, no preventing Providence. Puhlic improvements now being made along the Tiber will presently reach the ancient church of St. Bonosa, in Rome, and it will then probably be ascertained if, a3 tradition has it, the remains of Cola di Rienzi are really buried there. On account of the stench arising from the millions of dead salmon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 November 1887

ÍE «•- y ¡so fe ■ & * s'?v í B Btgj Toinette and the Tiger. BT WALLACE P. REED. "Toinette^ look oat for the tiger!" Mr. LaRue laughed as he said this bat his wife's face wore a trubled look. "Perhaps we had better stay at home," she said. "Nonsense," replied LaRue, "There is no danger. These circus men ar<u always spreading some wild rumo rs about the escape of lions and tiger b. They do it to ad?ertise the show. Y«?u are not afraid are yoú. Toinette?" Toinette, a pretty girl of 16, toss ed her golden tresses with an air of d is- dain. "I am not going out," she said, "and the tiger is not likely to co<me into the house. Marie will demand, all my attention while you are gone." Mr. LnRue and his wife were on the way to the village, some six miles dis- tant, when this conversation took p7.ace. For a day or two the country pe ople bad been somewhat excited ovei* the report that a royal Bengal tige:r had cscaped from the menagerie atts.ched to the Great Western Circus, them ex-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 30 November 1887

—•."•i - • • V ,ví r> CXMTHTT Sr fe ■-\*t ¡§¡íí w 'ív "'ví- H: If yr - F,v c * 3r fe4. I \ r !3-v fe '• is -;-v . Hit i unrici, Uitm ai tafite. 91.50 ttt tsar; ti FOR SIX MONTHS. «TRICTLT Ilí ADVANCR. Entere^ at the Postoffice at Canadian *■ second-class matter. rjtfRLlSHRD EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. J- ■ - • HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judr*. Sheriff. Dvpntj Sheriff, Hfrk, Treasurer. ■ E. 15. Polly T. T. Mciiee G. W. Akins J. H. Hopkins J. J. Gerlach Leaml edriser to the Commission- ers' Court. ... - B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump A «venar, r. - - - - H. E. Slders Surveyor, • - - - S. L. Str&ughan COMMISSIONERS. Pi rat District, ^«•oond District, Third District, Fourth District, District Judge. District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. Akins John Anderson George Simpson Frank Willis L. D. Miller Commissioners Court meets second Monday la November. County Court meets third Monday in De- cember. District Cburt meets second Monday in De- cember. SCHOOL T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 December 1887

^ n V OL, &? n i \ 1 .3v ID AN ' i • -• *- ✓ v" Canadian, tt-f.-m-ptttt.t. county, Texas, "Wednesday, December 7,1887. NO. 16. Al^%rpf í í i,:,arK"' 'iUxl they are being rapidlv I U \ Ij i| \ \ ¡taken up. *j I \ I i| ;J f ! T!>i follow:;iarfrom H >n.K.M.Hull. Commit i^er at j which v. f presen ; mat i on to scttl in itself. Lue general land office, .. as it is useful iufor- ;rs and is authority General Land Office, { Atstin, Texas, Nov. 22,1867. J Prnn mi ti o aH qtj Ttvi Fo J. II. Hopkins, Esy.. County Cl®rk irroiioulicea Dy an lin- Hemphill county, Canl partial and well En- lightened Public, is that CANADIAN, THE OOUHTY 'hill ooukty, is the Best and Most Reliable Town in the Panhandle. Hemphill County's Fine Farming and Grazing Lands Now Classified and Ready to be Filed The Metropolis, the Empress of the Pan- handle, Canadian is to the Balance of the Towns and Villages as the Sun is to the Moon, in point of Brilliancy. West ward, the Course of Empire Takes its Way. Read ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 December 1887

Canadian Free Press. CANADIAN, ■■■■■■' " V Í-- ;I' -i — -ars%sS^Sf«^Bg2*^^ ser &&& TEXAS SADI-CAKNOT *.- V Chosen President of the French Republic* -— Norman Lockyer, tlié English sci- entist, claims to liave discovered that (he origin of the universe is found in the meteorite, and now the buestion is, is Lockyer right ? Germany Regards the Choice as Indicative of Peace—Sketch of the New President Who Will Seek to Guide the French Ship Clear of Stormy Petrels. , Charles Carroll, of Maryland, who has just married Historian Ban- croft's granddaughter, is a young man of twenty-three, stout in figure and very dark in complexion. It Is now rumored that Prince Alex- ander of Batten berg is to marry Prin- cess Louise of Wales. The enthusiasm of Queen Victoria over Battenberg sons-in-law is simply astounding. IT m xw- - m An effort is being made in Boston to ebtain national recognition of Lief Ericsson as chief discoverer of Amer- ica. The attempt is not likely to be successful....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 December 1887

m * - Jl I \ I i u ir ^ I if XV Jfe; S& ; V« 4^ krjt" . g ' ¡ft m 1 i m :¿?r K -v si Sr u:V,-*'5r' Thanksgiving at Sharon Farm, BT ROÜNSEVILLE WILDMAN. The snow had been falling all day long. Early Thursday morning, when Bijah took the bright scoured pail from the rack on the sunny side of the broad eaved old house, the hills about Sharon farm were brown and sear; not ft semblance of snow was in the atmos- phere. only a dull leaden coloring off toward the north. But by the time theJast patient mulley was stripped, a little flurry of flakes beat against the cow-shed window, and Bijah told Grandpa Parsons that *' He'd be tlmm- cd if it warn't going ter be reg'ler Thanksgiving weather arter all." o o Hour after hour the snow continued to fall. Softly like a mantle it spread over field*and farm building, gradually sifting down among the frozen herbage; at first hardly showing the place of hiding, but later asserting itself and burrying the dead grasses and en- shrouding the freshly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 7 December 1887

Éüí m ■i WA Canadian Free Press, THB OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. ~ m t LBIViCK, ídiítri ni Pro^ríeton. •1.50 FBR TSAR; •TRICTLT $1 FOR SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN. TEXAS. HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge. E. K. Polly Sheriff, T. T. McGee t>«puty Sheriff, ... G. W. Akin < Jerk, J. H. Hopkins Tror.-urer. - - - J. J. Gerlach I^ThI adviser to the Cornmission- ers' Court, - . - - - E. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Ansiirisor. H. K. SiderR PurrojOr. - - - - S. L. Straughnn COMMISSIONERS. First District, ... Samuel Pollard Kc.-^nd IMstrlct, - - - G. C. Akin* Th!r . District, ... John Anderson Fourth District, - - Georfe Simpson McKl The Town of darciwsrf! and Tinware. n to ves \ D I i ), VI «vi I f'lk'CiK' jia Hi is- i i? *íl| I 1 i\ ¡tn fit Iff I r 111 111 till I Ú Akins a very agents Roller District Judge. District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller Commissioners ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 December 1887

I 1 T&B L I .-< %i ¡Mi: ■ •' E-aSs "- - ■i- :V Vol. i. *m ppfl CANADIAN Canadian, ttttm-ptttt.t, county, Texas, Wednesday, December 14,1887. NO. 17 Local and " Personal Mention. School Books at Monty's news stand. Judge E. E. Polly is in the city. If you want dead cod fish or live chickens call at the Red Front Store. Ilen. L. E. Finch has been out on the plains for the past week. Toys, toys, toys, at Monty's news stand. Henry Hamburg came over from Mobeetie Sunday. The Free Press is the place to get your Fine Job Work. J. T. Sed wick has been appointed postmaster at Timms City. Three car loads of Oats and Corn have just been received at B. K. Her- rington & Co.'s, Canadian. W. A. Nourse has received his com- mission ua postmaster at Miami. For a good shave and hair cut go to an(J furniture store. the Tonsorial Rooms of J. P. Yaeger, Second St., back uf Van Horn's. AVhen you are hungry go to James Walsh's Bakery Restaurant, where you will-receive «very delicacy of the sea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 December 1887

- - • Free Press. CANADIAN, TEXAS % A young man in Boston found hlm- ■elf, on the death of his father and mother, in unrestricted possession of $4,500,000. When the period of mourn* ing~had expired he bought a small cir- cus and traveled about with it in the capacity of chief showman unlil the entire fortune was squandered. Then the show was sold at auction. ran Jones met Smith one evening re- cently and remarked that he was about to build a house. "Good idea," said Smith; liow much money have you?" 4'About $3,000." "Three thous- and dollars; well, that will build a very neat $2,000 house with economy." The point of this is visible only to those who have tried house-building. O A German author, saying that women in some departments of literature have entirely supplanted men, give® as a reason that women are carried away with the current of the day. "In art, a3 in life, they always follow the latest fashion, are realists to-day, idealists to-morrow, and there- fore always sure to app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 December 1887

'iiíiviüüi.. táÉiÉÉÉi ík'^^ÍV ' :- ' * £ít- •• > £¿ •.-•••: - í ••. --.- 5-; '/ V gjK lg Kv fg?/" i 1 - ¿i . 1* ¡P LYNCHERS FOILED. DOTS AND DASHEa Prof. Isaiab Horner, an active promoter ol Ibe siik industry in Kansas, died in destitute circumstances at Kansas City Saturday. A footpad, arrayed in the habiliments of a An Armed Mob Surround the Jail and Make female, whose operations have been confined to the outskirts of Kansas City for some time, was run in by the police Suuday evening. The earnings of the Northern Pacific for the first week in December, compared with the same week last year, were as follow: For 1837, $292,460; 1886, $229,378, increase $63,- 082. The St. Paul and Duluth earnings from January 1 to December 7 are as follows, coin- with a year ago: For 1SS7, $1,577,993; 1S86, $1,468,185; Increase $109,858. The arrangements for the reception to be leotians thirst for blood. a Desperate Attempt to Lynch Thomas Allen—The Sheriff and a Deputy De- tend Their Qhargo— Seve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 14 December 1887

' • < '■ mm "¿t? : ** : - b*'. n • ftSK Canadian Free Press, ME OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. liiM 4 LUOWtCK. Editors iri Proprietors. •1.50 rer year; $1 for six months. strictly in advance. .Entered at the Postoflice at Canadian . as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT CANADIAN, TEXAS. « - HEMPHILL COÜNTY OFFICERS. Judge. E. E. Polly . Sheriff. T. T. McCee Deputy Sheriff, - - G. W. Akins Clerk. ... J. H. Hopkins Treasurer. - - J. J. Gerlach Legra! Hflriner to the Commission- er*' Court, ... . B. M. Baker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Assessor. ..... H. E. Siders Surveyor, - - - - S. L. Straug-han COMMISSIONERS. First District. ... Samuel Pollard Second District, - - - G. C. Akins Third District, ... John Anderson Xeurth District, - - George Simpson District Judge, District Attorney, Frank Willis L. D. Miller Commissioner# Court meets second Monday la November. County Court meets third Monday in De- cember. SCHOOL TKl'STEES. Samuel Pollard. R. Deans and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 December 1887

Hpppp^l^f ?L*g v^s? v , ;->?. pit:'r^ = fvM :A] 'f; : v>" ;¿: «Í¿V-;ÍMS ■*r assísrísá ff'íK g¡ Cfc Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, "Wednesday, December 21,1887. Ijpcal and Personal E- O. Scntcr ivas 111 the city Tae*lay. J^0H/fcÍOIT Meals at all hours at Tcx's oyster • * house. All kinds of game. When Cape Willinghain was here last week. ^ou a,<" hungry give him a call. Try Crown Patent Flour. < of Ilazelton, Kansas, School Books at Monty's news stand. - *mu ^ie*' ^°^i son, one of Kiowa s TT T, o r T -" ! * • • ,eadin£ attorneys, were in the citv n. B. Spiller, of Lipscomb, was in Friday and Saturday last. the city this week. ™ . , ,, , . . Choice butter and eggs and Hunters and sport men s headquar- ters at II. D. McKnight's hardware Car load corn just received at lacli Brothers & Co. Ger- r M'-l l-vr ■l « -. fc.v [0- m ■ •u . « m and furniture store. FT. J. Xesper, of Mobeetle, was in the city several days this week. Try Front Bank Flour. Toys, toys, toys, at Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 December 1887

:V ' ÍS^- "• tml- s&s BE. ?- P CANADIAN, TEXAS The buyer of a large Cincinnati to- : ftacco house, who is paid $10,000 a yearj | io know good tobacco when lio sees it,* aeither smokes nor chews. The hotel men of San Remo, have teard that the crown prince pi Germa- ny has not long to live. One of them recently charged him $6 for a luncheon >f bread, beer, and cheese. Mr3. John P. Hale, widow of the ííew Hampshire senator, is recovering from her recent shock of paralysis, anil iter physicians believe that she will bo entirely restored to health. The city of Americus, Ga., is being sued for $10,000 damages by Resident Laing, who suftered imprisonment re- sently for blocking up the sidewalk in front of his store with a fish and an ice- box. A young woman in Tipton county. Tennessee, lias achieved considerable local notoriety by her ability to ride tnd drive at a moment's notice horses and mules that no one else could han* die. George Denham, an English cap- tain, jumped into lake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 December 1887

fe • - lam m W iM f- I? ; ®v.H (Í ¡Hi Wm w^r-r s&£& ?* - --'7 m&¿ «i. .JE! ■gP ¡Él washinotow D. C., Dec. 12.-After tbe read- In* of the journal in the senate today a large Dumber of communications and petitions were presented and referred. Among the most im- portant were the following: To prevent man- ufacture, importation and sale of intoxicating liquors in the territories; to allow a pension to all men who served in tbe war; for a com- mittee of arbitration with Great Britain. Many bills were introduced and referred. Une introduced by Mr. Dolph asks the ap- propriation of $136,377,800 to provide fortifications and seacoast defenses. Other important bills were, hv Mr. Mander- son, For a public building in Omaha costing tl,500,000; by Mr. Dolpii, For the admission of Washington Territory into the Union; by Mr. Vance, To amend the civil service; by Mr. Callón, For a pension to the widow of General John A. Logan; by Mr. Farwell, To repeal the internal revenue tax on tobac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Canadian Free Press — 21 December 1887

í 3. k Canadian Free Press, THE OFFICIAL Oía;AN OF HEMPHILL COUNTY. HARM & LUDWICK, Editors and Proprietors. $1.50 FEIl YEAK: $1 FOR HIX MONTHS. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Postoffice at Canadian as second-class matter. rU!-. LIS IIED EVERY WEDNESDAY CANADIAN, TEXAS. \T HEMPHILL COUNTY OFFICERS. JudfO, E. E. Polly Sheriff, T. T. Mctíec Deputy Sheriff, ... w. Akin Clerk, ..... J. }f. Hopkins Treasurer. • • - J. J. Gcrhieh I.ejri:l adviser to the Commission- ers' Court, ... . jj. m. Raker Justice of the Peace, - - Chris Stump Awes?'or. - - - - - H. E. Pidf rs Surveyor, - • - - S. L. Straughun COMMISSIONERS. SB m h-y: (my •> First District, Recoii'l District, Third District, F«nrth District, District Judge, District Attorney, Samuel Pollard G. C. A kins John Andersen George Simpson Frank Willi* L. I>: Miller County Court meets third Monday in D< ccnifoer. School trustees. Samuel Pollard. It. Deans ami W H. Thomas. Messrs. lia k or, Goodwin and lisill are County Exa...

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