Canadian Free Press. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 14, 1888 Page: 1 of 4
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P R E S S.
Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas, Wednesday Nov 14:888.
>. DeLong was a caller Sunday.
It arrived in the city last we*
iter. Smith, of Cataline is in
Geo. Akin wan in the city a few
J. F. Weed came is Saturday from
Mr. Logsdale has moved into his
The bótela have done a good business
the past week.
Col. E. C. Gray, of Higcins was in
r. Stump was over from the Wash-
Ed Montgomery has returned from a
trip to Kansas r.ity.
Misses Anna and Katie Polly were
rk fr ☆
Did you notice the Lone Star vote
k for Judge Thomas?
Chas. Frickey and Bennett returned
' fn-m Mobeetie Saturday.
W. J. Todd, of the Bar C. ranch was
looking over Canadian last week.
Leatou Winsett, who is at Higgins,
is reported as being better, but is still
confined to his bed.
Messrs Brown and Abney have
taken the contract to c-try the mail be-
tween ti i city and Cataiine.
School opened up Monday morning,
with Miss Brain ai d as teacher. The
bell is now beard twice a day.
B. K. Herrington who has been
raiting his sons in this city, returned
Monday to his home at Brindtield,
Parson Turner brought three fair
sized turnips to this office yesterdry.
They will be added to the agricultural
Mr. Brown and family have moved
into the Alexander and Almond
>ng, where they intend to keep a
Numerous inquiries in regards to
Panhandle are being received at
office. Come on gentlemen, the
Jfanhaedle is bound to boom.
The Solid South
Hansford Laud k Cattle C>. Li * it*,)
: M. COBURN, Genere! Manager.
Corner Ninth and Wyandotto
Kansas City, Mo-
C. B. WILLINGHAM, Snpl.
Ranch:—Hutchinson and Cursou ooun
Tin s com-
pany o w ns
all bi ands
form er lybe
the Ad obe
Walls. B ug-
Word& Sni- ^
del ranches.Increase of these hroa
will be run in thegjhrand aml^ ^ «ai
The following are the • princ
brands belonging to the company.
TEXAS LAND AND CATTLE CO
ley I >
A ~c -i. /
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^ N v
\ Jlj ,' R
on either side:
Virginia casts her vote for Harrison
and Morton. The following
is the electoral vote*
Harrison's majority 77
The following vole was polled in this
county, one hundred and eighty-nine
votea were cast aud all the state of-
ficers received from one hundred and
seventy-tour to that number. On ac-
count of space we are unable to give
the vote but give the totals;
Democratic ticket 141
Republican ticket 50
Congress 11 Dist S. W.T. Lanham 189
Senate 19 District J. U. Stevens 18
Dist A. A. H. Tolar 184
>n received 5 compli-
sy SI District B. M. Baker
•' W. H. Woodman
Judge E. E. Polley
Dist Mid Co Clerk, Hopkins
* f Dirr
County Attorney, Decker
No 2 Rsckard
*( I Aklns
No 1 Wickesser
" " Tarbill
P^cinct No 1 Stump
u «* peet
u " " Goodwin 5
No. 3 Akins . 7
" " Calheon 5
44 44 Humphrey 11
44 44 Turner 2
Jas. MacKenzie and II. V. ltowe
cattlemen were in the city a few days
Rev. Cooper held services Sunday
last, An arrangement has been made
whereby he is to reside here. A house
will at once be erected for him.
Last week as Vas. Stickley was as-
sisting in penning cattle at the yards
his horsegstumbled and tell on him.
He has been confined for several days
but is now out again. ¡
Mart Williamson departed last week
for Warsaw, Indian a where
he will be united in marriage with
his former wife, divorced from him
thirteen years ago. It is a very ro-
John Tod, Manager of the Texas
Land and Cattle Co. accompanied by
J. C. Robertson, Secy, of Dundee,
Scotland, ware in this city last week.
They departed for their Laural Leaf
ranch at San Antonio. Mr. Robertson
has visited America twice before and
was much surprised to see the develop-
ment made in the Panhandle 3ince his
previous visit. He will return to
Scotland about Christmas.
A prize given away with every can
of Invincible Baking Powder bough
at B. K. Herrington & Co
The best Slicker made is the Towers
Fish Brand. Sold by B. K. Herring-
ton & Co.
Buy a can of Invincible Baking Pow-
der and get a set of Glassware. Sold
by B. K. Herrington & Co.
When your watch or clock needs re
pairing, send to F. W. Hey jeweler Ki-
For a good me al, or lunch call on
"Tex" at the lunch stand. Open day
Call on "Tex" for fresh oysters,
Wienerwurst, Pigs feet, Pickle tong-
gues, Lambs' tongues and all kinds of
lunches at the lunch stand. Open day
When you wan some of the finest
cigars'ever brought into the Panhan-
dle, call at Cuas, W. Frickey & Co s
Parlor saloon. A fine line of them
The Colorado Saddle and Boot Shop
has moved into the old Joe Ford buil-
ding on main street opposite Jake
Why don't yoii buy. Hazelton flour?
It is the best on the market. Sold by
B. K. Herrington & Co.
Red Front Store.
C AN ADIAN, TEXAS.
Have iust received a laree stock of
SRPING AND SUMMER
Ifta&ji & f mlty.
An elegant line of Ladies and Misses'
We do not Propose to be
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Lipscomb Co., Texas,
Is located in the north part of the county and
on. the proposed route of two main systems ol
railroads. Is situated on the Kiowa creek
which is a tributary for a large body of fine
land as can be found in any country. Plenty oí
water flows in its channels and an abund-
ance of timber skirts its banks. The town,
though only a X0 \V months old can show
buildings which would bo a credit to a town
as many years in age. Business men can lo-
cate here with a certainty of a lucrative
trade as the country is nearly all smooth ag-
ricultural land which will be settled thickly
in a very short time. Prices on lots are now
low as compared with other towns with sim-
ilar advantages,[and are sure to double and
treble.in the next few months. Speculators
or those wishing to invest in town property
where it will bring them a big innumeration
shouldSby all means come to Timms ity.
For furtherlinformation call on or ad-
GEO. R. TIMMS,
imms City, Texas.
on left hip a fid side.
W. H. Hopkins, Kunch Superin*
John Tod. Manager, Sun Antonio, Texas.
CRESS WELL HANOI! AN DÜ CAT-
James Mackenzie, Manager.
dian, Texas., ilnnch <
ni Koltorn? county,.
on CHua<liun rlrt'r.'
Various hrunif*. Al-
an on loft Klde ^
with various murks.
Hoftw? Iiratid <J
with !«r over <ui
left should -r.
Ear mark previous 4
to IfWó. cr< i« off left onl> .
Also A '• eonnecte«l on Irft Hde; Hose croji
the left, s- n«w fork the rijrht. Also flvin*
A on left side; er p mid under bit the loft,
swallow loen. liHx'rhrht. A> <i II F, I. uti lo't
*!dc, orop and underbit the left, crop and split
E. E. Polly
¡ PosioüU*, Canadian
Kenpe on Morgan
Creek, *«etnphlll conn
We handle the largest stock of
in the Panhandle.
e cilep speciá rafes íe> l^ai)cl)rrjei)
We invite the Panhandle to get our
Fora good shave and hair cut go to! . , x ^
the Tonsorial Rooms of J. P. Taeger, (prÍC6S b©for© DUyiHg ©ISSWIlSrG.
I «-GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PABTS OF THE CITY.
Second St.. back f Van Horn's.
Groceries, Grain, Dry
ING GOODS, '
jBoois eirjel ©tjoes,
■Wholesale! and Retail.
Mi hitad ti al Pats if tie til).
Store Main and Third
Will Sell Lower Than the Lowes
Cash. Call and get prices.
• Post office
Canadl a n.
ItOCKIXG CIIAIII liANCIIK.
Kanire on EItn<
creek and Salt,
Fork of Med"'
ier h lid Col-
linjrs w ort h
.All incr *.t*oi!i
left h.|>, i ar-
llel <ara left
Jf L D left
M left sido
W left sido
B right side. H left neck, 1
i >.Ieft hip.
13 left side, T> riirht
HHeft neck, Y left side, D lef «♦ • de.
|0 on either side.
on either side.
on each side.
JJon left>ide or shoulder.
Ca n a d 1 a 11
have 8® g
on left side,
and some en ú
tie are out
with this brand only.
Also AY on right hip and side, with
8 R E on the left, remnant A V- only
AlsoHjB^m#rk crop right and over
bit and under bit the left Tally hand
cross on left shonder. Also OF* ou
either side: 2 _
Ion left side.
Uví ebrand Ion
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Harm, L. V. Canadian Free Press. (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 14, 1888, newspaper, November 14, 1888; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183676/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.