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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

: W ' -I "-i/e Ill tv&éb&i®* ■ -:-- ™ IS *! T--., . M .V - 3^ :; S '•- • 2255 ., V- - . -• - •■ '- •' W* ;;V. ÉÉÍ1 -Él **SP 3$E 'STjl - 1 -, ,-*J¿ /' u vol. 1 CANADIAN. texas, thursday . april 10, 1888. no. 25 rnjLJWILli, ggfT^BfRi.1 A'i .. i-4-'..3iag.^L-Ag^ ■rm ■ ■';.^tr3ggr^nM¿^iJuuviU. A^A-UaJtam l~ J. W REYNOLDS, :Wholesale a;:d Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS MD SEEDS, «-v-'GENE.KAL DEALER JN-v^ implements, wagons, harrows rakes and plows, BUGGIES, SPUING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AIID FIGURES GLEANED FSOM OUR EXCHANGES. A KILL!KG BA*T FOR BASS buckeye howies magi Í3S 'fcjl A WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IN THE PAN- HANDLE. WRIT 7 FOR CASE PRICES- PAYS HIGHEST CASH PRICE! FOR HIDES AND FURS. MAIN STREET, - - • CANADIAN, TEXAS. GERLACK BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IX)- r ¡ i Grain and Flour, wq A 'i\/ CT^rn 7^3*. c y - i*¿ -M «i FT* <& í > OÜTFS We handle Flour and Grain by Oar Load lot3 and «are prepared to give you • Low Fi? i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

i! ti 1ft THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. nSEJtA5 E. MILLAS, Editor k Pub'r. li r t PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of th* Daily News. CONGRESS* Ik the Benate on the 9th the joint resolu- tion passed accepting the invitation to partici pate in the international exhibition at Brussels and appropriating 130.000 therefor. The Mili- tary Academy bill was reoorted and placed on the oalendar. The bill passed changing the terms of United States Courts in the Hannibal, Mo., district. The bill to authorize the sale to aliens of certain mineral lands was taken up and finally went over, and the Dakota bill came up as the regular order, and after some debate went over. The bill contemplates the admission of South Dakota and the formation of North Dakota into a Territory The House again met in continu- ation of Wednesday's session, and after contin- uing the deadlock on the Direct Tax bill until a late hour took a recess until 11:45 Tuesday. Petitions were prese...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

éPP^PÍÍ V - ■'. fc -.#-v <- ' ■' --53BL £ Af--" ' .- • ■ t ■. - s r ££ r-j í I y v l* _ i[ I I 1 i f 1 ij I; \ ■ ( 4 *A ' * ) \ i! : i i i 1 i i I 1 M $ S -u ü THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. E. MILLEB, Editor fc Fub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT OATsíADIAlSr. - TEXAS GRANDPA AND BABY. Out on the lawn, one summer's day, I left my baby boy at play. And smiled to hear his gleeful shout And happy voice ring in and out Among the arches of the trees, Then die away upon the breeze; While all the playful echoes stirred To merry laugh and lisping word. But when I missed the cheerful noise. Nor heard the sound of prattling voice, I rose, and to the window hied, And, looking thence, this vision spied—. O Memory, though thy name be pain, Paint, paint that picture o'er again I 'The westering sun his glory threw Along the sward of emerald hue; Save where, perchance, in playful frown, Some cool, green shadows nestled down, And idly shifting with the sun Crept slowly eastward, one by one. Beneath the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

, I . i.Búd '>>WJJm^•^te?WjUlll« *>:." ■*%>: i i >«f'«w <t¡&UM¿^mu ¿4iMMUiiá&¡ ohc %z >< m V 4*<. iffi <¿T- rnhliflu-d every Thursday 3íornmg fHEEKAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. "it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom e f Heaven/' The above being scripture we be- lieve we stand just about as good a show for a harp and wings as Jay AN EHJOYABL* OC3VHON- 0.10 of the mnst ¡Viéi^áut ail ea joyuI) 1 g events ol tiio s'ó-isoii was. the Eacher aódia\ ¿jivea by Mr. and Mrs. J.'j. Sutherland last Tuesday evea- inf. The elegant and commodious ADVERTISED LETTERS; JSm Entered at the Post Office et Canadian i¿s second class matter. Texas, ab , _Tr. 1 i i) ulors of the hotel wer¿ crowd.2d Gould. Who sa}*3 a poor man has no V lllJLZ3 0 consolation m this wicked world? Trims of Subscription: Oae Year, in advance,$1.50. Six Months, " $1.C0. Thursday, - April 19, 188S. There are in Texas more ihun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

r e* >W .n MWI i t;iir.'i '' ^ %.■-■ .- p+F? - W } ? . * •■ •" ~':" 5 -~t .V«; I I r I if; L A II y i 14' i m h \ If •■ '" '*■ "■- íü SKSitr nPdHSi SkhH CHÚRCH UIRÉCT ORT. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Services at 11 o'clock a. ra. and 8 o'clock p. in. on the second Sunday in each month. W. A. Cooper. Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH. Services at 11 o-cíock a. in. and 8 o'clock p. in. on theiirst Sunday in each nfontli. \V. L. IIaiíexs, Pastor. Hardwick & Cattell have started ail ice wagon. Rev. Robeson failed to fill his ap- pointment Monday night. The town has put on an increas- ed activity in the last tew days. - ) V. • - — fii; • s'~ -h-\ >"'i-v/3 - ... .-/ ■ ,~ . :-v • •• m , . >s-M ' ' ; - • .;/ : - . / • . . C. H. Shailer met with quite a misforutne while fishing Friday last in the loss of a fine gold watch and chain and a vest in the Cana- dian river. BAPTIST. Services at 11 o'clock a.^m and 8 p. in. on the fourth Sunday in each month. J. F. Eldkij, Pastor. UNÍ OX SUND...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

m W- mm fe/ ' "*■ r''$ HANCOCK THE SUPER& A Loyal, Knightly Soldier, a Conscientious Patriot and Magnetic Leader. The extraordinary character of the Imputation of Senator John J. Ingalls upon the memory of General Hancock, as "an ally of the Confederacy," may be better appreciated by reading some other opinions upon that gallant and patriotic soldier. Winfield Scott Han- cock was one of the comparatively few officers commissioned for specifically- mentioned services, his commission as Brigadier-General in the regular army being awarded 44for gallant and distin- o o guished services in the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania and Cold Harbor, and in all the operations of the army in Virginia under Lioutenant- General Grant" He was one of the still fewer officers who by name re- ceived the thanks of Congress, a joint resolution of that body declaring that •'the gratitude of the American people and their representatives in Congress are due, and are hereby tendered, to Major-Gen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

' - - i i \ i s t > \ - • :• < - - \m ,?• s- :-i- •T'*-r •• X &¡N¡& i^ s. TO B. OR NOT TO B. The Boulanger Question Agitating France—The General Returned For the Department dn Nord by an Immense Majority—Fioqnet Cautions France. The German Empsror Somewhat Worse—A Warning to Bondholders—The Eju- manian Insurrection. I Paris, April 16.—In th? election yester- day for the department of the Nord, Gen- eral Boulanger received 17*2,272 votes; Fou- cart, 75,781, and Aloreau, 9,643. A large crowd gathered last evening in front of the office of the Boulanijerist uews- paper, La Cocarde. A transparency, repre- senting Ferry as a ciown turning a somer- sault, excited derisive howls, while an- other, representing Boulanger, was wildly cheered. A dispatch from Lille, sent at midnight, giving the results of the election in the de- partment of Nord, estimated Bonlanger's majority at9J,000. The revised vote shows a majority for General Boulanger of 90.627. Louise Michel is an advocat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 19 April 1888

T W'-Jqr, !*£jW IPSfSI lr: ¿te$mj¡g¡¡i¡m I The Panhandle! kíSffe The greatest Country cf the New South-we-t; AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A OCU"- TY IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL COUNTY Its Resources J IN SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS. THE B AOTER COUNT 1 Canadian, the County- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. THE LAND FOR A MAN WITH SMALL MEANS. Thu Place for New Homes and Ex- cellent Investmenta THE PANHAÍ DLE. The Panhandle comprises all that, v-.ast region of country lying south of the Neu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory * and New Mexico. It contains twenty- seven counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 160 miles square, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface and productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the eastern and southern parts to the wide plains and rolling prairies of the west and south. AN UNKNOWN LA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

I m ) i i \ u N- m j. w reynolds, :Wholesale and Retail Dealer in: ■ FEED STUFFS, G-R-RINS MD SEEDS, «-v-'GENERAL DEALER IN-w implements, wagons, harrows rakes and plows. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES, WILL DUPLICATE ANY. PRICE IJV THE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASH PRICES- f-J"PAYS HIGHEST CASII PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS. MAIN STREET, - - • CANADIAN, TEXAS. GERLACII BROS. & CO. (DEALERSIN) GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour , w<.s.v—«r I®, OUTFITTERS . We handle Florar and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to give yon Low Fiar'ires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call ¿ GET PRICES No Countrv, Town can Duplicate our price' CAitSADSASJ * L, E. Finch, President THE Henry Hamburg, Yiee-l'res TRADERS O F CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, TEXAS F. S. Lord, cashier 350,000, —o TRANSACT A GENERAL 15 AN KING BUSINESS. O •COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE AND REMITTED. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 1 he The Only Bank doing on exclusive banking business in the P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

«iii'ljn. i^riirinijiiinjiyi i y - „— v i WM THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. FRETIMAW B. K1LLEB, Editor ft Fub'r. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS I !:\ fHE WORLD AT LAR0E. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. In the Senate on the lttth the bill detach- ing Audrain County. Mo., frem the Eastern and attaching it to the Western district passed. Mr. Stewart introduced a bill granting a pension of t5,000 a year to the widow of the late Chief Jus- tice Waite. Mr. Riddleberger offered another of his resolutions in regard to executive ses- sions but it was squolohed. The bill providing for the investment of oertain funds in the treas- ury gave several Senators an opportunity to deliver speeches on finance after which the Dakota bill was considered until adjournment. In the House a resolution was adopted de- claring it to be the sense of the House that the Secretary of the Treasury has the power to use the surplus at any time for the purchase of bonds. Bills were introduced tor the erec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

Ms THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ■ • ■■■ YBBBMAX B. MIX.ZJ5B, Editor * Fub'r. i I] ! 1 I f i H i r .. y * > i • A u PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE DESERTED NEST. Tn balmy days, when skies were fair, And summer's sunlight filled the air, And fields were fresh with flowers rare, A dainty nest "Was swung among the waving green Of dancing bough and leafy screen, Where happy birds might brood unseen, A sheltered rest. And soon, within its grassy wall, Was heard the cooing chirp and cull, And twittering note of birdling small With downy breast; And tiny tt roats sweet carols trilled, That through the waving tree-tops thrilled, And love and life and beauty filled This woodland nest. But years grow old and seasons wane, And frosts fell on the flowery plain, And summer's loveliness was slain; And quickly now To bluer skies the birds took wing, In other groves and dells to sing, And leit the lonely nest to cling To leafless bough. But bound by tendrils firm and fast, Though wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

wci i fjW f r ri. í|i Wimiri **<****>■ r y «PC mmmw * «i ** * aiMB i.k M'ü mi «miitBilBéidartwéJiw nif i '*■ St '3 5 1 i i ■ ■ (fenmáim (j^resccv.i Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. All Over the Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. 1*1 ¿it*'«<<i í«^ the Post Oíiii'0 r.t Canadian Texas. ü.c second elak.s matter. Terms Scuscüii-t io?:: One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00. Tiii 1,-si at, - - - AI-ril - v " ~T — •" " 20, 18 ss. Mobeetie will picnic on May day. Amorillo is trying to got up a boom. eampugn Til Greer county. has opened in Farwell wants a dairy farm and !so a meat market. The well at Ochiltree is down 120 There are in Texas more, j feet and no water yet. than ¡30-000,000 acres of t-ii per i or ¡Atohc lands ¡or sal-' to all actual, sutlers at from $200 to $4-00 an acre . and on fortín liars' tints at 11 • a low rate of interest- «.rrrr-i: Louisiana went Democratic by C r ,000 majority. :Rah...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

fifi *\ tí |i É i 1 I* I t CHURCH DIRECTORY. I .. fi IHODISr EPISCOPAL. Services 11 ° dock a. ra. and 8 o'clock p. ra. on the second Sunday in each month. w. a. Cooper, Pastor. ~ Methodist episcopal, south. Services at 11 o'clock a. ra. and 8 o'clock I>. in. on tlieiirst Sunday in each month. W. L. fi/RlJi*. Pastor* BAPTIST. Services at llo?clock a. ra and 8 p. in. on the fourth Sunday in each month. J.F.Elder, Pastor. UXFOX SUNDAY SCHOOL. Meets every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. L. M. McKxicht, Supt. THE MAILS. Mails Daily Irora both north and south Post OfHce open every dr.y but sunday from 8o'clock a. in. till Ó p. m. Open snnday from S to 10 a. m. and from 5 to 1) p. m. Registry Department closes every day at 0 o'clock p. m. M. A: Locke; P. M. ■ « 1 0. i i y !< i i TIME TABLE. Atchison,«Topeka $ Santa Fe Ruilroad- Trains arrive and depart as follows: Goin^ east, 4:28 a ra. (ioing west. 12:28 a. ra N. F. Howard. Agent. ■ocal graphs, Local Items Calculated to Amuse, In...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

I*.; -'-- • •:• • MK. CONKLING DEAD. s 1 sg I t The Ex-Senator Passes Quietly Away at New York, [1 : , i l * i 1 I New York April 18.—Ex-Senator Conk- lins? died at 1:50 this morning. At the bedside of the dyinsr man were Mrs. Conk- iing, Judi™* Coxe, Dr. Anderson and Mrs. Oakman. Mr. Cockling passed away without moving a iimb. He looked as though he was peacefully sleeping. There were a number of persons outside on the streets waiting to catch the last report. Within doors there were between forty and fifty persons also Cc">. waiting to hear Roxcoe Conkling. the worst. They were composed chiefly of representatives of the press aud friends of the dead beua- tor. Dr. Barker called at 10:50 o'clock and re- mained until eleven p. m. He s*id Mr. Conkling was failing rapidly. His extrem- ities were becoming cold. His legs were quite cold nearly all the way up. It was a dreadful struggle that the statesman had fought against grim death, biAatihe last his end was peaceful and unaccompan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

I® JT -•;s4 t m í mWm m* v>> - ? / « 1 f Vfcw *81 1 krl- TKEADWELL ACQUITTED. The Southern Kansas Cattle King Declared to be Justified in Killing Clarke. John Holmes, of La Plata, Acquitted of Attempted Murder—A Deadbeat Vacates Omaha. A Killing on the Tennessee E?ver With a Bumored Lynching—Matricide in Iowa. Anthony, Kan., April 23.—The trial of Walter Tread well, the Southern Kansas cattle king, for tbe murd«r of Georgo Clarke, his former partner in tbo cattle business, which had been in progress here for the past week, closed late Saturday night, and the jury retired with instruc- tions to call the judge at any time if they agreed on a verdict. Yesterday morning the judge was sum- moned to the court room by a deputy sher- iff and qtiite a crowd gathered when the report flew arotiad that the jury had agreed. As soon as the judge had taken his seat the jury filed in and in answer to the usual question the foreman announced that they had agreed on a verdict of not guilty. Thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 26 April 1888

■ijpjifcg 3 "■ The Panhandle! The greatest Country ef the New South-west, AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A CGUfl- TV IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL C0UN1Y Its Resources, J IN SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS- the banner county Canadian, the Coxuitv Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town# HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. the lakd for a man with SMALL MEANS. The Plaeo for New Homes a^d Ex- cellent Investments. THE PANHAÍ DLE. The Panhandle comprises all that v^ast region of country lying south of the >t eu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and New Mexico. It contains twenty- sevtn counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 11)0 miles square, but a littíe longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface a nd productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the eastern and southern parts to the wide plains and rolling prairies of the west and south. AN UN KNOWN, LAND. "fctil quite recently th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

1 I M \ t n)\ I K h i * vol. 1 canadian, texas, thursday. may 3, 1888. J. W REYNOLDS, rWholesale and Retail Dealer in: FEED STUFFS, GRAINS AND SEEDS, w^GEX£K AL DEALER IN*—v—' implements, wagons, harrows rakes and plows. BUGGIES, SPRING WAGONS. GENERAL AGENT FOR THE BUCKEYE MOWING MACHINES. WILL DUPLICATE ANY PRICE IN THE PAN- HANDLE- WRITE FOR CASE PRICES. BSyPAVS HIGHEST CASH PRICES, 1 OR HIDES AND FURS. MAIN STREET, ... CANADIAN, TEXAS. GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots and are prepared to give you Low Fisrires. BEFORE BUYING Elsewhere Call & SET PRICES All Over the Panha ndle FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. 'No Country Town can Duplicate, oar pi ice CANADIAN, • - TEXAS. L. E. Finch, President IIexry Ham nunc , Yice-Fres THE TRADERS O F CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - ■o F. S. Lord, Cashier BANK, $50,000, transact a general banking business...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

wmmm. m mmi h mi ¡S-tLL'l—-' - -" -T \' THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. 1 ♦ ; XTtEEMAJT E. MIX.Line, Editor ft Pub'r. \ \ PUBLISHED EVERY TI1UBSDAT AT CAN ADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary * of tho Daily News. CONGRESS. In the Senate on the 23d the House bill to prohibit the making oí books or pools on trot- ting or rlinning races, toot racing or base- ball in the District of Columbia was passed; also the House bill for the sale of certain New York Indian lands in Kansas. The International Copyright bill was then discussed until adjournment The Honse passed the bill giving a pension of $75 per month to the widow of General Ricketts. Under the call of States bills and resolutions were introduced. The balance of the day was given to the con- sideration of the River and Harbor bill in Com- mittee of the Whole. After clearing away some unimportant business on the 24th the Senate resumed con- sideration of the International Copyright bill, iffhich, after debate, was laid over. After the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. -— m — E. H1LLIB, Editor * Pub'r. y \ 4 I ' I > .1 i) PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CATSTAmAlsr. - TEXAS AS OTHERS SEE US. X)ear Robbie Burns, "when he one day upon a ■* Sunday bonaet "Beheld a strange creation that did not belong upon it, Prayed then and there a little prayer, that just as others see us We so might see ourselves, that it from vanity might free us. •O, what a prayer it was, and what would be our sad condition If then or si*ce a granting had como to that pet tion! 3Ter this dear self-satisfaction that Robbie railed about f üs Just the thing the world can not affew'd to be without. m * * i ^ "Tis the glamour fnd the glory that crown the mountain height, That make the distant fields so green, the dis- tant sail so wfcite; That like moonlight over meadow, or on ruin b;eak and bare. • * Make ugliness less ugly, and beauty yet more fa:r. "You know your auburn hair is just the tint that Titian loved, • 'The classic contour of your face to you is ful...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 3 May 1888

tm A r>r" (¡¿anadian Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Oftiee «it Canadian Texas, ;is second class matter. Tkkms of Subsckiftiox : One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months it $1.00. Thursday, - -i- - ■ «i - * May 3, 1888. There (ítp- í>ti Tcxcts^ tyvovb than 26,000,000 acres of &vt)P,tíot pitWic laucls fot y dip- to all' actual settlei s at from $2-00 to $ Jf -00 an acre and on fortr/ years' time at a, low rate of interest• And now the farmers have or ganized a trust. 'Tis well; let the big dog now swallow the little ones aU. How much of the present surplus will the Panhandle receive? Not a dollar and she would get all her back hair pulled out if she asked for an appropriation however small. When calves were the productions of the Paohandle one state represen- tative was enough, but now that tew-headed children are getting numerous the Panhandle must soon be divided and have two or more. Advocates of a portective ...

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