The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1889 Page: 4 of 8
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JPtyf ffcánaimn £tc8fevt.
▲ ©KMOOaATIC JOVSVAL.
lishcd every Thursday AlomiRg
«4 Canadian, Hemphill county,
The Laws and Bales of
HOW LANDS MAY BE ACQUIRED
FROM THE STATE.
OH, YES! OH YES!
I Tkt Siaxncñ Old Qsmocw&s
We are How Prepared
TO BUY OR SELL
HKMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR
at the Post Office at Caaiwilw
Texas, as second class matter.
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TVUBBBAT. - MARCH 14, 1889.
There are in Texas more
ékan 25,000,000 acres of
Superior public lands for
,le to all actual settlers at
'om $2 00to $4-00 anacre
dnd on forty itoars' time at
low rate of interest-
It you ind «u X opposite jour
name on this paper, it means
,that yaur subscription kas ex-
pired and that an inmediato rouen-
4 is earnestly requested.
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The following is the programme
of tüe entainment to be given at the
ochoolhouse on Saturday evening
Song,—"We Come Again to Greet
Reading,—"Josiah Allen's Wife/'
Song,—"Reck-a byo, Baby, on the
Recitation,—''The Woman' War"
l>v Mrs. F. K. Miller.
Instrumental Musie by L. V.
"Mother Goose Melodies."
Son^r,—'4Over the Hills to the
Poor House," by J. ÜT. Hopkins.
Dialogue, — "The California '
Return," by Mrs. J. H. Hopkins,
Mrs. H. Neaper, Miss Brainard,
▼as Stfca'ey, W. S. Docker, and
tSehg,—''Sweet Charming Bells "
Recitation,—"The New Chtarch,"
3>y Mrs. C. H. Shatter.
•'Chicago Street Cries."
Recitation,—A Funeral at Church
by Mr . J. H. Hopkins.
As we have constant inquiries
from these who arc seeking te pur-
chase a homestead owt of onr pub-
lic lands we reply once for all, that
\ you can buy not less than 150 aeree,
or 320, -ISO, or 6-40, but 20 more,
unless you selcct purely grazing
lanJ without permanent water and
not adapted to agriculture, of tüia
pastare land yon can bay not to ex-
ceed four sections. The dry land
wiii coa you $2 an a re. Bat you
mwst c Tse in person to the county
neat of «'-he countv wkere the land
whit# it i a attached, if
on ihc * OKfi'y clcrk wVo t 111 aliow
you a public rccerd *fthe classic
cation of all unsold slate land*,
mto of 15 cents per line rorine nrst mser-
tEn and 10 cents per line xor each inser- If on locking the ground over yon
tBm thereafter. fiat¡ ian(i to suit vo«, you will
Aticos inserted without special contract got a blank form for as application
mil be carried until ordered out and pUr-hase and other information
ged for according y. of the law aud the land as *iay be
known to feira. T«u will th^n execute
a sftorn aftlíiarit in y onr application
for purchase, that yon wut the land
for a homestead for Yourself and
j that no other pcrcen or corporation
is interested in the purchase, and
that yon have in good faith actually
settled thereon and will improve the
same. Yon will forward yourappli-
tele to all actual settlers at Catiou t3 pwchaw directly U Eon
iVomSZ OOto 34 00 anacre R-. **• H « n, s t t • Land Com-
raisaioner, Austien, Texas, inclosing
the sum of thirty-two dollars to th'fe
X order of P. R Lubbock, state Treas
If you Ind an X opposite your urcr^ being ono fortieth of the
name on this pnper, it means principal on a scction of dry agri*
that your subscription has ex- cultural land. If von select land
with permanent water on it, it will
cost yon three dollars per acre, or
one dollar per acre more than the
unwatered land. If you buy land
that is valued chiefly for timber, yon
must pay f 5 an aore cash down On
all other lands you will pay ono for
tiethofthe principal in advance.
No further payment on the principal
will be required until the end of the
forty years if the purchaser desires
the time, but the interest must bo
paid annually on the first day of
August, at the rate of five per cent
per annum on the nnpaid prinoipal.
After yon have occupied the land
for throe eonseentive years and made
the required payments of interest
due at that date, yon will be allowed
to pay the balance dne on the land
and obtain a patent for the same,
provided yen make fall satisfactory
proof that yon have resided on the
land for the time specified. At any
timo altor you have settled npon the
land and bought it, yon ean sell it
to another aetnal settlor, who will
be required tas assume your obliga-
tion to tke et~U. All the unsold
state lands are new on the market
for salo to aetnal settlers o->Iy for
the benefit of the 00 mm on school,
the state university, lunatic es?lum
blind asylnxa, the deaf and duwb
asj! utn, and the orphan asyloa
fund*. Fntlie lends in this county
are beisg called of their beat parto]
every day. Excellent locations and ¡
the beat of ctato lands can still be
• f rnu- Ml v . .tad hero end a good plaoo s#c«red
crtalise. This will be some saving í t „
♦ • 1 *y emming it onc«e. The sooner yea
to tho county but a great íaconve- j . ;
«ience to attorneye and litigants and 1 CO!33* %at bett<ur yon will bo
List Y our
.4 A D TEE Y WILL SB PROFERI, í'ADt ERTISf:
Sas ch&Rgod tlio K%sa&
ef "¿ho daily issue to
SI. Louis Bük
JL&4 3K>dnc®d it sabeevkrhou
I lasYa the folio win 7 pieces of choice Land í
Terms furnished on request.
Seven as«tions in Hansford County at $1.75 per acre. Kear the center of
the CAnnty and good land.
Forty two sections in Hansford County at $2.00 per acre. In the N&rth
SLiid West part of the eourty and excellent land.
Two Ha'f ttcetioes in Hansford County at $1.76 per acre. Sitnaíoá ta
in tho southern part and good land.
Twenty-thrive scc'.ion* in Ochiltree county at $2.09 per acre. In the
Western part aod excellent land.
Twelve sections in Ochiltree county at $3.50 per aero by single sections
or $2 25 ¡;er acre for the lot. Good laud, in northern part of eocntv.
One tract of 1223 f*nd oae of 1280 in the sontbern part of Ochiltree eons
tv at $1.75 per acre. Nice stock farsse.
Eleven sectieca in the northern part of Lipscomb counw/at$B per aer<¿
IN HEMPHILL COÜNTY.
Traet of 128d 10 milec from Canadian. Good land; $1.40 per arrt
Tract ef 1500 acroe north of tho Canadian River. $2.00 per acre.
Tract ©Í 520 acres in southern part. Good land; $2.00 per acre.
Awarded claim on half section, well improved and watred with fences and
baildings, Residence and stable. $550 cash.
Awarded claim on half scction on Ga^eby creek. Unimproved bnt fice
Ucd; running water rocst of the year; price $250 cash.
Awarded claim on a section 12 wiles from town; has two dug outs, a well
and 12 acres plowed a&d fenced. A bargain at $550 cash.
The above claims are under the law of '83 and ready for final proof now.
Unawarded claim on a fiine section; 4} miles from town; price $75.0I>
Two good business Lots in Canadian; well situated. Price, $27i eaoh
Mangam. Graer Co.. Tci*
March 11, 1869
Oar DUtriet Court failed to nato.
O PURCHASE SCHOOL LANDS
Written in Legal Form and at the Cheapest
LAJT© OFFICE MAPS OF HEMPHILL. LIPSCOMB, 0CHILTBK2
ASÍS HANSFORD COU2VT2SS JDST SECEIT* .
Lands leased, Souses Sentad and a general land
INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
Call and See me and save Money.
BQRRESPDMdENEE SOLICITS .
Freeman e. Millex,
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FUTI
hardship on the officers, Clerk
and Sheriff. In ono casa pendí ve?
tho parties have taken the law into
their own hands and taken forci
possession of the property in con-
When ye* coiko, call on «o and wo
will ufce plomare ia toiling yon all
we hn^w about tho Pan he ü die.
When you w&nt a dood written
On Short Hetice
troversy% rather than wait 6 months a oaatract df&wn, a mortgage, a bill
longer on the courts. Our people
had none too much regard for i aw i
of salo or a l*¡¿al instrument mt any
LKTEB AND NOTE HEADS
and tho courts before, and this fail- j drawn op, call on F. E. filler
vro to bold the regular term snakes 1 *^e Cnaecwr*
matters much worse.
Wo have had north wind and cold
weather for nearly three weeks, but
today is clear and Ue thermometer
stands at 62 degrees, and it locks
like spring may be close at hand.
Some gardening has been done
tho farmers are sowing oats.
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Great Bargains t# bo had in Dry
Goods and Clothing for tho noxt SO
¿ays at Chambers á Hays.
Get y onr Job Printing dene at tho
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Miller, Freeman E. The Canadian Crescent. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1889, newspaper, March 14, 1889; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183602/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.