The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1888 Page: 5 of 8
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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.
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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-
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 SUNDAY" SCHOOL. Meets
every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. L. M. McKxigiit, bupt.
Why can't Cana lian have a baa*-
G. W. Palmer and J. C. Turner |^a^1 club? Kvisas City, tor t Worth
' and other suburbs have such clubs,
and Canadian ought to keep up
with the procéisioa.
Mails Daily trom both north and south
Post Ofii;*e open every day but Sunday
from 8o'clock a. m. till 0 p. m.
Open Sunday from S to 10 a. m. and from
5 to U p. ni.
Registry Department closes every day
at 5 o'clock p. m.
31. A. Locke, P. M.
Atchison, Topeka 4' Santa
Trains arrive anil depart as follows:
Goiii' - east, 4:23 a m. Going west. 12:23a. m
N. F. Howard, Ageiit.
a ail ritgraphs,
Local Items Calculated to Amuse,
Instruct and Entertain our
Try a sack of O. patent,
W. II. Hopkins was in town Mon-
The weather was very warm Sun-
day 1.3. st.
ll*al estate is now a marketable
Election to \jIc on tax for school
purposes May 12.
Commissioners couit was in
session Monday last.
There are rumors of a*, matrimoii -
ial boom at hand.
Just Received—ear ofO. B. patent
11.;,ur at Girlach Bros & Co.
J. A. McKenzie, ot the Bar C
ranch, was in town Tuesday.
T&e heavy rains of last week
raised the river considerably.
When, oh, when, will the classi-
Jications for Block 42 be received?
Pete Carroll now dispenses the
liquid nerve with G. B. Berry &
George Gerlarch was over on
Wolf creek the latter part of last
Get your job work done at the
( vIíescknt oilice. We can save you
We warrant the O. B. and Homo
flour to give satisfaction, Geiiach
Bros & Co.
The granger now gets in his
work to the tune of about fourteen
hours per day.
W. S. Decker has been acting as
town manager during the absence
of L. E. Fincfi.
Mrs. M. W. Hays returned Sun-
day irom an extended visit to friends
at Camp Supply.
The school house will be finished
and put in complete condition by
next Saturday night.
McCaul Brothers mo-ed their
shoe-shop into a new location on
main street last Monda}',
For a good shave and hair cut go
to the Tonsorial Rooms of J. P Yae-
ger, Second St., back ot Van Horn.
D. S. Kauffmaa has reconsidered
his determination to leave this place
i.ni will remain with us awhile
Dr. Lon°ley has shown his public
spirit lay grading the walk in front
of his store and tixing things up
Mr. G. C. Hall, of Canadian, wa*
here during the mo3t of the term f
our late district court —Uobeetie
Joe Heine has shipped h s stock
ji dry g >nd¿ and notions to El Paso
and himself followed them thither
were in from the Washita Monday,
The railroad is not yet sending
or ieceiving freight by way cf
L. K. Bates has made his saddle
atore gorgeous w.th new signs in
the last few days.
The Santa Fe railroad has 32
mi¿e3 of road bed in this county
valued at $17,176 per mile.
F. E Miller will write your ap-
plication for school land at the
lowest rate. Call and see maps-
For Rent:—A house and lot in
north part of town. Price $7.00 per
month in advance. Apply at this
Two more parties were pulled
Monday for failure to perform road
duty but the cases agaióst tíiem
A sudden /"norther" blew up
Tuesday morning to remind us of
what Dakota can do when she takes
a notion even in April.
A mairiage license was issued
Monday last to George W. Little
and Miss HiiwS^h A, Eliür, They
tvill be married to-day.
Canadian is to tuve anew and
exclusive billiard hall under the
management of a gentleman from
Kansas, W. J. Dixon by name.
For Sale;—i heatítíg stove, one
cooking stove, 2 bed-steads and a
sewing machine for sale cheap for
cash. Inquire at once at this office.
Those who have doubts about
this country consult our birth col
umn this week. We naust hav«
population whether immigration
arorks or not,
George Akins claims to tíáve the
best piece cf corn iu the Panhandle.
He has 23 acres on the Washita that
in three blades high. Who can
The Stale of Texas invaded China
last Thursday and captured two of
the uwashee washee" men for fail-
ing to work the roads. Damages
$1.00 and costs.
J. P. Yaeger, our barber, left Mon
day last for a short season upon his
farm in Roberts county whgre he
will "graager" for a couple of weeks
and then return.
D. B, Veatch returned from an
extended visit among friends at
his old home in Kansas last Sunday
morning and reports things as in
good shape up there.
Z. F. Green and family accom-
panied by J, A. Smith left Wednes-
day for Quanah and will locate near
Abilene. Our people regret their
departure and wish them abundant
success in their new homes.
Extra copies of the Crescent
ready wrapped for mailing can
always be had at the office. Be sure
to send them to your friends in the
East and thus give them the infor-
maticn about the country that they
want. Price 5 cents per copy.
Last Wednesdaj- night o. L.
Stranghsh while in his cups made v
violent attack on Hon. E. E. Pollv
county judge. He gave the judge
a black eye and was then taken in
charge tv Marshal Akin* and
lodged in the cooler for a short
time. $5 00 and costs ended the
From a late copy of tue Hico
Courier we learn that Mr .F. FX.
Snider who wai recently among us
• has been chosen Mayor of the town
| ot Hico, to ?i< tue city, receiving 45
otit of 52 **'«.• *$ east for that «vTice.
Mr. SnirVi -as many tiiends here
who rejoice at the honors «conferred
upon so worthy ^ gentleman. The
people of Hico will have a good
The anticipated change of time
on the Santa Fe an l the putting on
o\ an exclusiva passenger train did
not occur last Sunday. A change
is expected soon, however.
Postmaster Locke received a new
safe Tuesday for use in the post
office. It is fire and burglar proof
and quite a neat affair. Uncle
Sam's shekels will be safe now.
The people in this county are now
begining to talk about who will be
available men fcr the county officers
at the November election. A deter,
mination seems to be prevalent to
se.eet onl}r the best men and to
know that those selected are capable
for the positions in all respects.
This is as it should be every where.
IN DOUBLE HARNESS.
Married.—At th3 school house in
Mobeeiie yesterday evening at 8
o'cloek Mr. Frank Puliver and Miss
Kate F. Scott.
1888. The Leadimr Papsr Of The West. 1888
The great political \j //¿6 brightest paver
campaign which o nTOPRATIP\inthe West.
vens vp this fall sud- ] fuMUbflft i lb)
Qestito every one he\ in j The Weekly Times
from date till Jaiv
should at once sub-
w'hicl fZ/,hl pape:;\ ru£LUU> for one dol-
This The Times
does, cnict it has es-\
tqbuhecC a repuvaA
tion fGr publishing j
The Daily Times
#10 a year, $5 for 6
y The ¡Sunday Times
\lbpa$es,$2 a near
address 'ti-ie times." kansas CITY, mo.
Born:—To Mr. and Mrs. Bur
netr, cm the Washita, Tuesday, April
10, a fiue girl. Another actual set-
Born.—To Mr. aud Sí ra. Price
Fulton on Thursday last a big boy
baby. The immigration committee
has no need to be discouraged.
Born,— In Canadian on Monday,
April 16, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Lewis, a big boy baby. Bob is said
to begtUteg along nicel}7 and may
A:: NEW "C9Ü1ÍTSY:: OPEU
THE TEXAS PANHANDLE
Chea^ Lands on the Line of the Santa Fe Rail-
Commissioners Court convened >n
special session at the court hotise
last Monday morning with all the
The following bills were allowed;
George D. Barnard & Co., county
court seal, $6.G0; E. B. Jones, sup-
erintending bridge, $ LOj 00; George
W. Craine, bond record book, $3 CO;
John Gerlach exchange on remit-
tance of interest and principal of
court house bond, $2.75; Gerlach
Brothers & Co., clothing for pris-
oner and coal oil, $5.85; John Grif-
fis, scalps of two lobo wolves and
one coyote, $2.50; Tom Sprewell,
cleaning out house, $7.50. Total,
Spccial school election ordered to
vote on tax for school purposes of
15 cents on the $100 valuation.
Election to be held in the Court
house May 12, I8S8, Robert Deans
Second class road ordered laid
out from Canadian to the 100th
meridian, running by the Washita
church, and T. M. Lewis, T. T.
O dell, S. H. Roberts, G, W. Pil-
íner and George Waits appointed
Official bond of S. L Straughan,
as county surveyor approved.
First class road ordered from
north end of the new bridge to run
west and intersect with Lipscomb
Third class road ordered from
mouth of Horse creek to the forks
of Morgan creek.
1\ T. McGee, tax collector, cred-
ited with 12.55, erroneous taxes,
on James Thomas Thomp-
son, G. 1Í. h *1. It. R. Co. and
Jame3 Calk's heirs, tracts of land.
Serio ordered to issue to Com-
missioners, county judge and Sheriff
lor amount due each.
Adjourned subject to call.
Hemphill County f Texas.
Tha Centre of Trade and Largest Town
on the Santa Fe B'y extension.
Granel y located, the town vievjs the Canadian River
jar as the eye can reach, and the beautiful,
valley of the lied Deer•
Are Still on Sale, and going rauidly. The town
is' rowino* at a wonderful rate,"and no
better nlace in the West can be
found for arood ivestments.
^jS^Make Application early while there yet remains a chance to
secure desirable lots*
L. E. FINCH,
THE NEW TOWN
is the prospective county'seat of
and agricultural lan^d. The onlv recorded towr
in tne count77. Situated fiftv miles north of Ca
:ndian. Add:-3^ JOHN C. KLA'PP- or R. S,
CUTTER, Cresswell Ochiltree Co.-Tesas.
The Place is Growing Rapidly
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Miller, Freeman E. The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 19, 1888, newspaper, April 19, 1888; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183557/m1/5/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.