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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925

-1Jhh|||E'*^ mediately after receiving then NT TO —... | _ HHSHBi — ; Keeping Your Car Is the Safe A. . WhatleyJfrom ey shoul an r of Co Daily and other ng more Com-! than which cover West T«*as in the Iff ilsfac daily field A GREAT RACE man Paper, the Higgins Pi KtSSTS. .'.VJt8 w".' eaning at about a 45 degree an- nt-40 boys met here ized a boy scout club W|i minorities ol the new stock Throw the soil on the roots and the support of the Miami Americans. We i, they have a pack. If the soil is dry, pour ed we fee! reasonably w< right to feel th s way. Consider some water on the roots list be. isfied that there will V i rryman|; Gerald ippet and G. A. Lowry, ,""8. „,^Au„1o1!?L 4U„ A regular inspection of your Car is the only sale plan to follow.—Then at the first sign of wear or weakness the cause may be , remedied at a small cost and your Car will always be safe to drive. Drive in and let us inspect your Car to-day the cost is not much* this document from ' ?®$7 *lre ™kin« tye soi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925

mmmm illiili iPPillilill* imi and poorly ve B ♦> *ne iaca < p |$gf |& ♦ terior of bu '# §1 &♦ ■ ; ■./ . iV"" '■•' >' ' ' iPWM ; «:V -^r -:':r'-',vit a , M. «• • .1 * |. . v:;.;:. r eradication ;,V ...:I Wmmm jsJglMfciM.Sgffg X A..1 nh lUVn o, ".... «.. I® i« MmM isiiia llfj "ii £ t7 J J|iv I II U M'ilj A fm*;\ mmM-mm m fMUl m\ :. t lilSilWH the decay of : <1, i . * iiiiiSBiiiii inihiswoynmkes themh*., apt taha, M to|\fkfv •ainBaying the fact that in the prevention and Y d.seases'by k.ll.ng germs. Freshly Mi„ mmm *Pj% V treatment of sickness, cleanliness is a vital sorfaces are easier to clean and IKer.. „ .. ,", ' . an ™. "™i" " 'T, T •liaii !Ut, chosen Hepublkau * Nmv raiiwav jszsrsss""Lwnl Gul"88' 3-'N> (Jonnectie „„ railway y fa ill IWibikpililtb". 1 }' Wii !1 . mL. CSi illliw .. • - . . .„„ ■ - s tlie River Nile begun In walls on the interior, ^ and a moisture-pront sc. ine resut MHHHH „. . Ill if , , mmmm inSS* S£ Some of them were pnle with sup- terior o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925

mmm W mm toiwMsSf! wi i ?..« i nn on Cash iMiillliiSiaiis sw MHHBRs mmm '«■ vJ & -d - .; T "iliV'-'V " flr Hon V B* dw 11 f Dal .Texas and Miss Bessie Hill announce 17 complete und las te House •will to IL . . wl iriL tnJ ► ipl I ' 9 sortmtint of Rooster of ed Four in Hand and Jaaz Bow In marriage Wednesday evening, ies, as welUs many other novel- March 4th at the home of .the es. Conu in and Doll ui: in the bride's sister, Mrs. R. C. May, . ... m Mi employment in a sugar beet fac- gat 1 was un nv. fTnlv Only relatives at his office the first rs. Chas. Peet, Mrs. John Mil- Mrs. Scott of G1 and Joe Bobo rotunied from visitor in Canadian md Mends were present. on account of ill- Mi returned to his work HHhHH a Hj HHH hi 1 w ■■ 1 | d the Orphans first o tending Texas A. & M. College vas on the honor roll for the ildress and ast semester. r . Fresh fish o rrival of 4ir^f>~Fridayis Trollinger who have J —— ists of Mrs. Sam Mc- Tho flanaflian Tr iifsi «" . r • m ill with the et...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925

■mil BHHMHI — liliii MfiHMi MMftlNI I'W mmm ill liiiiiii it . • : 1 /' . : j 1 FINE ARTS CLUB fcf • 1 K'° -—— PAV1TT. The Fine STcub l.o.d «« mootin Mamh « at fh court oil the T4th rtav of January in said city. Yours for a busi stration. office at ed at the Albert Knollenberg. 'open meeting, March 8, at the court on the 14th day of Janua home of Miss Charlotte Gerlach, ^ >n "J™ °} Jiilhara Rc uinounce myself as a and many visitors were present. ; ntu( and again i aa second c,ass i matter.1 'aSaiifijii^ 1 locals 10c per line I y ««no«nce #■ t£dinf excess °tf o?li\>f City Commissioner of not =• SLSM.'S 2 & ar.v notices es will be rl -ouna taoie mscussion of tond^uiBuia Th u.« sinew' go little concern- Texas, and belonging to said A; . 6+llf Aftau ibaait 1). li|-PVfWl< InPttfflH IIlinilf 19 plliplplllllfl illllffl mmm liailSis i. ■ ;<■? A A you as a commissioner of o rged 10c per o. mat, mm. Am . iiiiji fgSMgjpi mmmm mmm i DAY, MARCH 1 MRS. J. A. CHA ciinnvutv Mi : : i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925

ftiVf?1 J} ■L I H«« JP L m £mi . i;;1;' i'h] II# I , "*f '••• * #**o' "•*© "A vl«v greatest proportional gains, -val- ues this year's crop at 408 mil- hich s almost a ] _ * ri S . . fe iiiiii IWlilifiBiiliWM mm mm ■■I ,>V$ , iiifi w mmm Msai''] BBMHMgii —■ L lomlc problems at his tain industries are especially af- the yard stick of 1919, or ber. The weather even played totfsasj&s-arr"?rop8 of Eorope m iiSiS 8 r, HfJvs " ifefM r™ figned to insure even a ]{r fkan AIUV DQJUt I • 411 , V iB * <«** 31 mimmMm Ssi mm mechan • axle* l • * w improve , . „ ' * i i • all moving parts isc single er and • r v—• , - t IP ■ _ .319. Jitions of these „ * II eautiful colors •— make the NEW Chevr . see I olet service stat work to us iiiiiiia mm s I Ai 81 lfJL„u iiiiM JL ■ ert Bernson, Manager. mhM SSEiSSSSs e road J. B. Car loa I ii 1.11 ii'i '' zure was elect- ed Fres Wi crops this year e years. ejets a llils m iw et a too rapid yen though the corner of 227 million in 1922 . The Call- was v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 March 1925
Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

IHiiiliiliwi 33 NUMBER 12. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNT!". TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1925. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 the Si OF IS AT HOLD INTEREST OF THE TOUfltST ISIS OF II BAHQIIET ON FRIDAY OF LAST WEEK Canadian Chamber of Com- The next playlet put on by Last week found us at Redding, .semi-tropical and its vegetation ind gave a free concert at these versatile young ladies was a ,(.,wn in the northern part of js most luxuriant, ihe city has fahita School House on 0„tir,„rf ..Tn„ ne.lUs Snells'1 all,orma wh,ch hftB a Popula- over 200 manufacturing establish- lav evening. The band ,!, .1! . ,pU iiion of about 6,600 and is the ments, whose combined output 'comnanled bv about 25 trouble." lhis Pl«>' portrays u|(.ounty 8eat of Shasta County, exceeds over $75,000,000 annual- and friend hoys rendered young lady who had made dates California. This city is situated ly. The Southern Pacific Itail- oncert to a packed house with 5 or (5 young men all for the on the Sacramento river just be-,road sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

■ ifillll* fllllll^^ II mm-m HHI isSft, !■ If ISllt i; •■ ■■ mmmm mmm MMM gill nUms ail iiiiii «■■!-. 'IS- ■- i ailt HRHVWra ISii! ■Hi A/i '\-:A Mli ::yiC::U i:lq? roilSE «i Will i!-! iiiiiii mmm iigiiiii teMS«iB*i«*awiw mm m 1 mm i ill V-"-: •".: Ii"';' iBMl sbbhsssbshs ■hHHM ililfl * wm m insertion, eiel additional insertion VM r line. No Want , ad en " . ' ' - ■ "■ ... , 1 3 terms. These cattle will be iiiiii* IlllSIllillii mams mtm ill u,e weed lots t Iwd. Chance. , since thou we lllililllll SMiWW wmmm iiB p-v«[i4)<- SJ . ./_ H TOP Sport F m RMord sir8*3 m&m My d ■; ■ I- , i. .. 1J 1J mmtim ent-du ' .. . b of my smiles—Aldah Hev-1 Sundayr" March" the "fifteenth, Freshman Reporter—Tom Kindel.. FOR SALE.—$250 VICTROLA J - . . ■will be the p ^d'ofSf"• Inquire at AMEANS mmm 'sary with the First baptist church of Canadian. It has oeen • | Money—Miss Johnson That'* the only reason for prevent^, u f„ .k-i~_ Ju. '-T8 tED WHITE B G G S.— 'ipjissi in egg a lid toll oa and_f. 100 or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

iislllli llilll iHSilfi™ Hii«liii |i^PiSI*i lira fev'.V -w™it! 'W' mWB:'■ /.' M ? ,^i ■ .^^^2 _ ■' r(| ST-;: M ' ' ■111 ■Si ifiM Si . ' wsgmmmmmmmmsm . - I ■m i Hi ® . V- ft if,, |Hi ■■ 1 #]!:: I i iHi _ _ _ i _ i ii 1 ptf > native W the SllSiiwiiiSllil&j W M*. : liiiiii By,ANNA R. BURR Miami, Tex it has iron arch 16, es. Its (It. 19115. Western Nawspapw Colon.) . .. liiiiii r Mr. FR] iiii tion is around 60,000 ,ss Blrr ."** n fx i.I I „ . A, A that her window «*«!,.>• liM'Uy ' we proceeded on color is a "ferry Toat""and were~7erried a white maple leaf, and the vine across the bay to San Francisco, is very prolific in its production wh r« wa anon* n niorht and nart ot lnliaire. nni> not knnwinff some. verlo,,Ued the .Jewetts' back garden. IHiKl mm Kii in- a night and part of foliage, one not where we a ;; mmm , in fact till 4 in the thing of the nature of this pecu- niar tropical plant would imagine to hfive some on acco /U 'W-•'■CTJiv'mI of a day. . • 1 1 _ .v ssr,? sz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

■■■PwffirSffii, ®-£ Jffi. ®j':' > ;!Jrt -i, :;il?©J® ■ I i si [i1 < * III >] s i t ij ' i '■"■ " * illiiiiii « J IllftSlft 1I®«! m . SISOT .. _ _ flf 17 mam ^i' 0,. PMW elp Prevent D J#§tSii8llt is • f%Ww^'^liSiww% Siww II! 11 ip jrafe mmmmmmssm i'vSv".': (fill ll? WCTCTK'W wV' '/i j >r and in: „ dark, dump and Poorly .* «! HW llfll - lifSfll&liiSfiSfefill 'i mm , I®', * " ' , ; -;™'« , . , surroundings and then- eradication wi|, •osi much time and money. the decay of building, and I tt,«u>. I"" ■ """ ■"" " """ in this nay makes them less apt a such huge sumo Reims and germ carriers. Paint prevents some ji l til w hi • 1!« T germs, r resniy painted surfaces are easter to elenn and there incentive to IM M,nana IMSl _ i #-Uti,lahln iiiit! imam Sanitary, j Tin •issnli lu hnaliklu* 11 ' . ... , I .V'"'■ disease. The result is healthier livestock, In oninlifitf .Ue interior of structures tor ho... . * A • „ w^lli if farmer, lii 1024 he was j rtlch la to ho went on the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

li** ifi A A A A A !H$w$riw,'.,..-:.j:a* traffic laws and Tuesday'two of- fenders were fined for violating .'. '.' • J AL and - iPilll WMWiiii the traffic ordinance. eg do when our Hart Shaffner and interafltxiil Spring clothes BOTH tire being considered by our i§|g lowers. The B. M. B. -Merc. Co. - ™ Just received bijj var is left Sunday for dress oxfords and beautiful ||§| ■ ■ II I _ Chapter 227. O. §f S. paip MffillSii^Wsltetei in the past .Matrons itrons at the. Masonic ..•"i- Amarillo J..HAV niH<.k niimt KK,i y evening, March 2«1, m A," r™h°™3 , M Mi| 1,1 i , i| i' hatching. $2.00 for for 15. attend.; ir. mm '■■* ■ r V' iiiiiiiiii r ifiiiiiiiaiiis i U ■ 3?3 ^toMlamT ly returned from a 3 south Texas plains. states that to Amarillo Tii,W — ir&z' .4sr tt1: tog little city" anil Sam and Earl says—Our Flor- ,1 from Abilene to £ «P . there are large field.- wheat la S S^XSKJ' lliill HMHtflw EifSElSSBAiff ist j lilSlti i *:+Li 7 fSftfll m®1* 'Vil w3 Mil mmm 1 ncludir mm towels....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

\ V Vy^v!' iPSiPlM ■MM nil- II MWIWmvHI ■MWHI tlltl' fl IfSiISIw 1 m mmmmm : IS2% JEliStel: ■sfej ■ ; IMIIIiSIIlli mm llii ipsii ^ WwWlWMMHWW „ ~ ====— , which bank* to tan the. churn of Saturady Spec eM'"e a""* -JfAia x, W 7!) cer AIMAN RECORD laollav. in one year it to reason-! The other cl«ci lily stitched, coat style 5 III Conn- ht-Miiur sum fame, knew what he premium '^'1? l'!ZZ' ipnai mum at || ines will be charged toi rate of 10 cents 1 mffiSBiimlm illll ge. on in lU. ill Ol lilt I I 4 • , , ' | J,|^ ft till * I I l * ISTplSir. a,.d >ZAV?'jn. SW 'ZT Distributors of America. Inc. logic in nnd to said property. ! tiro to get warm." I Unw,{ at Canadian, Texas, this You can believe this iraiMili! EHB Mii 'M') ^ ".mmMr-taV *1 i'l'iii in' wi 7ZZZ Zm §. ' Johnson no taken t| i i ____ _ _ TEX A of Hem phi i "ST** County, Texas. lKlSt IDMENTS ^ir n!om "flL Pavitr, Kd llililiiiilil association IBI1 ECU 19. 19* THURSDAY, M. LET GEORGE DO IT L Wh-« thp Rveruro citizen of . if bai MiHl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

1 ffSl i iiiinii O'Cll Pfss w. mm VVt mi,re lisiiii ill mm iiiliill W « w ,over Mi . I <** ^ _ ..X H to the national good and the meats moves toward pr4Sy!" FSSi!';','i UWW| 1 M„« Kt«— c 1 Masa.—New •■— ssrsr below the ten year iculture report of average and prices are =™®HiP|IAN g W. C T U 1 * MSili arch 1st. Market to relatively high levels. The prices, meantime, price survey as of February 15th mW&mm the recent break, which gives comparisons with market. HM year and the hve year-1920- mhmmhm m 8MK merest bi*< • '• iLni ■' ina • f!nrn interesting '• - 1'8111|wm this year iMisliwi' e farmer still mm mm gg'.- the effect of un 8c }M%nKeM'' nnd. 70.3c; Hay "• OS ountry mills Ss0vn IIs, yr ;Ji S Ave year «vpmh« #u.a< raaHHR llSilSililil e same date show WafiSM A sk ik •P p 1 els in storage as Larger and at The reason why hnnnnin flic .nu column, we called attention to mmmmsmm tWrJ mMHU. three-spee i a the opportunity then existing ■ in on bushels more sion cars is because ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 March 1925

if selling things. Thus the pro< it motive arose. With the grow •h of specialized manufacture, the laker needed help; he called in ' right share for the employes? Ah'd , all and yet re. those who* want to be chriAiana and all who should be christians. We not only want you to attend •hese services, but we want — n B««u Huiomuuiie UKt-uvy wiieu ire jpfjifjlliishe had ;• r—w?i ZT ",c"- cs,rav"CT'" wo£ for u,Tnd*i° S" them In PTSfffflgL40 ■ thaflwe We need the co-operation of nil -every one-with us all interest- working together, a great iis2wS®i^ coach, who hailed from Boston and vaudfevlllp. The whole thing looked like the nmketip of the old fashioned melodrama «lth Clyde Dovlj the do- lliiiiii .A_u _«Jtli HI! S III i Acco Income ana Suite P, Western Bl illllMliil ■ Hi each month at tonic hall. I. VIS iiiiiiiii u " 'Ww AUTO INSURAN wi mm Pi V* U>7 R, M ant, Sac. Hif -!, -.'i'-l-MHW-1;-'4 1 - J- ■■■■■. ■ -.1 !J.! jiJL\ ' M '< .Li was down Z Wilbur & Woodward Tuesday friend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

«« ■: i : & . . ■' /: jft■./ ■;> f|l§ : CI rM'1#, :, fHPH ■ 1 §1118 Miii KH ■MM IHi' mmm Ki^S Mii 4HH l I .ill «mB tit K ■ ",■" ,'V i $2.00 t CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, EH 13. THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1925. SJKsiilWw^ iiWSllill ifiii lillia®: II iffwffii point of an to^7m, I, i. the .ursest port of f tef^JSL%Sir «S 5S L<r*s£ : Texas, March 23. Childress, Ozona; the i ad. Daihart; R. j. < m-.ia .t r nnp v pan House serve era who. rfebrikn hTan Tppreciatio^of the and Southwestern Cattle J ... . re' Association nitude of the f id or reappointed during the ™*Eper* Tor ft? ?ast 38 il8,uin,^ Mt*rmso„ and his I situated on il convention over ranee to Golden :ers at high tide we looking the' entrance lude the folio ??" a"a have n- to the socii ed in our mmm IwiHi ride* H. L Ko„ker.n,l'.S,ln leTapei-^^bS fble ^fc^t^ofe otw* «.i.iick MBfefi Ik. ID u~ I m 2- n.u. against the mm o; first vie id to over 5 a. Anfii 'a re of the I « . l^ran largest "ofTntry; for Im- ebe to publish c the 18 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

ill ■MMHWMHHHH ■ 1, MARCH . LI Ilia ill EDITED BY THE ■fliiiiiH IfliBBSS m -■v.'' - 10c«pe| &%£&« r llM, No Want _ ad or - J. — - about Everyone STAFF the trip. «l Sr? Tto 'Sry tub" prove. S __ a Knight. ~ tp,°.rt J.1!"0'-!?- eats of i m Brown IU U« lull W I ' *•« was •m ■ was Bce' —- 'Freshman Reporter—Tom Kindel. FOR SALE.—$250 VICTROLAl at a bargain. Inquire at CANDY PARTY All re nVlAob illsl j« rru „i o —•— { „rt,„ . The annual Senior .play is now tecord Office for its lion, April 8. Miss Johnson and this play w is called is a new . ■ * Wpl'ljl comedy in four he very good^ «en for the ^iwjpfSKj . in pWwp ■iillSIll Ihe Seventh rhfl nnnnu. Preston Hu; oppos- tertain the Parent Teachers As. IlllllMligM i?®r Friday afternoon is wel- i _• Put on an inter- The Seventh grade is always capable of some nl.p Si thing worth white for HHMhMMH n;«u «n xv.uv u viuviv i..v ■'roup disbanded; each one ex- Pressed a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were declared most IMMiiWM I s*. MtMBCS' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

— jaon ParkT"Fiorlda, M loner W. Babaon to the ol^ Industry illlsSil an amutid " R: emana, s "If we had a constant sup rices go up or down as the id increases or decreases. > ' . J:1 < production for on «c- Colorado. Mining is especial)* active at Cripple Creek and Lead- ville and in the Telluride, Idaho firings and Boulder districts, umerous prospective oil wells are being drilled in the Fort Col- lins. Eoveland. Longmont. Craig, Pueblo and Florence oiyoi exceedei ESS uiursnxu'to rill 3,000 feet. Drilling 3,000 feet brought n other new fields —J again, owing to "■ j§ Tunnel, the building of new high- er is making water wMuy halted. Although the industrial tendencies are fairly favorable, pome unemployment still exists in *^h. This is often the case production, the price fell. But when the sugar mills shut the demand continued to increase arid the canning factories liMlK law,® 1811111 « •' . .] L ■ 1 • a a i 3 of the* as ■■■ &- MSi IflSlfll . : get-away in to one of thema....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

1 ji|||«|pMp§|^ a!g« S ! * a /ii ^ a■ i*"a1"'-'^iyjfjpesiigi'^ii m Ma - mna §'*11 A w • I ' «'j •; 11 OF CANADIAN, BXjM^GflSH FOURTHB|f S3raunic^|^pize^jJFoii;;%i^oiTOli^|(|!reopl©;;}^j^ Cow* or Country Customers jjllifojl^^ BBS list of prizes The list of prize awards are as follows: Prize No. 1, One Jersey Cow, choice of four* Prize No. 2, One Jersey Cow, choice of three. Prize No. 3, One Jersey Cow, choice of , two. '. Prize No. 4, One Jersey Cow. Prize No. 5, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. Prize No. 6, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. Prize No. 7, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. Prize No. 8, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. Prize No. 9, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. Prize No. 10, $25.00 Merchandise Draft. j | rules §|1 These cows will not be awarded to any parties living outside of Wheeler, Hemp- hill, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb and Roberts Counties in Texas, or Roger Mills County in Oklahonia, and must'be drawn by someone Hying outside of Canadian, 1BBJ01® Spearman, Miami, Higgins, and Shamrock, or any o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

plSll; Kill fwlliiMtlft 'iflill™ III- Ml Kiall KM SSI ', % lililii! Hi : 1 :i1L ■Ml ;:v; _ I I 1 At ..J H fl II Ch"m- Jililill.,,, |H|I Mrs. A. O. Buck Fry arrived from week and is the «hter, Mrs Frank I bs who has been er daughter, Mrs. & sr ,or J* Saturday. " Smm visitors Frl- mm __ . iiiPiPli'M UHH Pearl fl ens are not the only to match your only sel them at the B. M. B. Mere Billsli&f —— it lately, which & M your heads in and le e B. M. B. Merc. iSSIll wmmm N Accordhig0 to Mr. Mil p .he cattle in that "section seem to have gone through the winter in good shape. g§ While in Cimarron Mr. MUlev visited a short time with Miss Trene Conatser, a Canadian girl, Every young lady will wa one of those clever sorority Hats shown at the B.gM. B. they are Mrs. Mike O'Neil is spending the week in AmariUo as, the guest "! Mr. and Mrs. Frank IPPWi '•1 * mii.ii4s and son, Herbert Hiram . recently pur .M . <*■ ii .based a bunch of Registered from Marion Smith at $76.50 per head. He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

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Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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