The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1888 Page: 1 of 8
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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.
GROCERIES, DKY GOODS
Grain and Flour,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
We handle Flour and Grain by Gar Load lots
and are prepared to give you
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
O F CANADIAN, TEXAS.
CAPITAL STOCK, - - -
F. S. Lord, Cashier
transact a general banking business.
collections promptly made and remitted.
The Only Bank doing an exclusive, banking business in the Panhandle.
Hie interests of customers are closely guarded, and every facility computable with
principles of so unci banking freely extended.
Corrkspoxdkxts: National Park Bank of New York, National Bank of Kansas
C it v. Mo.. Merchants' and Planters' National Bank, Sherman, Texas.
HENRY HAMBURG. JUDGE FRANK WILLIS. ROBERT MOODY.
L. E. FINCH. O. H. NELSON. FRED S. LORD.
L. HOOVER. *'• R McKERCHFR
HOOVER & McKERCHER,
— ( DEALERS IN )
Dooas, SASH, glass and coal
Largest Stock and Best Grades in the Panhandle.
canadian, : : '• : texas.
F. H. SNIDER,
Real Estate and Collecting Agent.
INSURANCE AGENT FOR THE PANHANDLE
Agent for tlio Diebold Fire and Burglar proof safes.
CANADIAN, , < < . TEXAS.
jsTTORNEY AT kAW
win Practica in all the Courts of the state. Tax
W jxihl /or Non-llcsideni s. Titles Investigated,
SPECIAL ATTENTIONTO LAND AND'CRIMINAL LAW
OlScc in Cresceut Building. canadian, tex.
A church has been established at
A new hotel is being built at
District court meets at atascosa
Railraod lands about Higgins
hare advanced in price.
Clarendon wants a system of
drainage put in that town.
Clarendon has recently cleared
the clouds from her laud titles.
A new bridge across the Paladuro
will soon be put in at Hansford.
Amorillo is to have a big excur-
sion and a town lot sale May 28.
There are 20,000 acres of land in
Carson county held by speculators.
Childress is to have a new paper
called the Champion atan early
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date. . %
Settlers in Hansford county wilj
experiment with winter wheat nex
Prairie fires near Salt Fork in
Donley county have been numerous
Hammering newspaper men is
said to be fashionable in Roberts
Good company makes short miles
Fortune lost, nothing lost; cour-'
age lost, much lost; honor lost, more
lost;80ui lost, all lost.
The first occasion offered quckly
take, lest thou repine at what thou
Great boast, little roast.
Of hasty counsel take good heed
for haste is very rarely speed.
Hastiness is the beginning of
wrath, and its end repentance.
To day stately and brave, to-mor-
row in the grave.
Set a beggar on horseback, and
he don't trot, but gallops.
It sticks to his fingers, like charity-
money to the matron.
Darkness and night are mothers
Give at first and ask what you
can; 'tis certain gain to help an
ALMOND. ALEXANDER I CO
—Wholesale and Retail Dealers in—
most that lays most eggs.
It is better to blow than burn
It is grief to one beggar that
another stands at the door.
It is a poor mouse that has but
It is good speaking that improves
It is a bad well into which one
must put water.
The art is not in making money
Lipscomb• MJeired 29 pmpMton J but ¡n kecping u
It's pleasant to look on the rain,
large stock al w a 7 s
CANADIAN, — TEXAS.
Contractor *nd Builder,
Stone, Brick, W ooii or Iron Buildings on
short notice, and will also supedat^d
furnish material and labor forihe^£
«'"I completion of all jSLjTS
It is not the hen that cackles the I Iron* oi^eít ii00i® of í>late, Shinglo,
CANADIAN, - - is*.
on the list excursion, most of whom
Tascosa claims that the depot
pat in at that place is not big e-
nough for her.
The report that a new town is to
be started in Roberts county has
The new school house at Clar-
endon is nearly finished. It is a
Í7fo story building.
The new town to be started in
Roberts county seems to have good
material behind it.
Ochiltree county wants to organ
ize as soon as possible and is now
discussing the matter.
They are warming up the spec-
ulators who are not actual settlers
down in Carson county.
Panhandle City ships frtight to
St. Louis over the Fort Worth <fc
Denver. Rates are cheaper.
Three ambitious candinates are
said to want to be district Attorney
for the Panhandle this year.
Adobe Walls, in Hutchinson coun-
ty, has been made a post oitice and
William m. Dixon oppointed post
A new post-oilice has b^en estab-
1 shed at Morion's Store in Lips-
comb county with J. W. Morton as
The Fort Worth & Denver will
put in an experimental farm at their
crossing on the Canadian river to
comprise 1,000 acres.
District Number 2 in Lipscomb
connty voted on the question of
levying 20 cents on the $100 lor
school purposes Tuesday last.
Mobeetie has bought the land on
which the town stands, the county
advancing the money. Lots are
obtained at $2 80 each under the
Two companies of the 24th infan-
when one stands dry.
God cures, and the doctor gets
'Tis well that kicked cows have
It is easy to be liberal out of
another man's purse.
It is good to go afoot when one
is tired of riding.
That is good wisdom which is
wisdom in the end.
It's ill jesting with edged tools.
It's bad combing where there is
It is hard to steal when the host
is a theif.
Pleasures steal away the mind.
All are not friends who smile on
He means well but has a bad waj-
of showing it.
He buys honey dear who has to
lick it off thorns.
He^ould be wise who knew all
The eye of the master makes the
horse fat. and that of the mistress
the chambers neat.
A man is known as well by the
horse he keeps as by the company
lie must rise betimes who would
please every bod v.
NEW MEAT MARKET
For the best and freshest
go to Mooody's new meat market.
Choice Beef and Pork always
on hand. Near Suther-
land Hotel, Main St.
Canadian, - Texas
0. M. C0MBS~
general land and
Applications made for
Conveyances furnished, free to all
wishing to look at our lands.
C. W. STUMP.
Justice of the Peace
AXD NOTARY PUBLIC.
cry now stationed at Fort Elliott items.
Commissioner's conrt met in
special session at the court house
Tuesday with Judge Polley, presid-
ing and commissioners George
Simpson, Samuel Pollard and J. H.
It was ordered that the bridge
across the Canadian river be not
accepted till fully completed.
It was ordered that T. T. McGee,
tax collector, be relieved from cer-
tain delinquent taxes o^ved by
parties not to be found,
R. D. McKuight was allowed
$3.75 for lamp and $3.65 for sundry
will change stations sometime this
moñih with two companies now
stationed at Fort Wingate, New
County judge ordered to relieve
E..B. Junes from work at inspecting
bridge as soon as completed.
Court adjourned till regular term,
i Monday, May 14.
Caveats and trabe marks obtained and
all patent business conducted for moder-
Our ofHice is opposite U. S. Patent Of
fice, We have no sub-ageneies; all busi-
ness direct: hence, can transact patent bu -
iness in less time and at less cost than those
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing, or photo, with a
description. We advise If patentable or
not free of charge. Our fee not due until
patent is securea.
A book, 4kHow to obtain patents,* with
references to actual clients in your stat*,
county or town sent free. Address
C. A. SNOW á CO.
| Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C
I am prepared to furnish on short
notice BLUEPRINT COPIES of the
Land Office Maps
Oí all the Panhandle counties, at One Dol-
lar per copy tor each county. I control
a laage quantity of lands in most of the
Panhandle counties and will be pl<*¿sed
tuanish lists of them to purchasers.
J. S. DAÜGHÉRTy, Dallas Tear
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Miller, Freeman E. The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1888, newspaper, May 3, 1888; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183559/m1/1/: accessed June 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.