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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

. «. „ at §sig iii . a A -a • ¥# 1 JffKI time we met in an attic over a F. ; / ' ,':V. lumber yard are cast read I! were well attended with in small i"l count only sunny hours." I membership of fourteen, which Again I was called to re 1 has now grown to something like 11>nd try and secure it ai , secure it against "?l4 t ' j ; NY OF WELCOME iiHiiiiii i uuuetin Iders met Thurs with Mrs. Tom ess, Bridge was late hour when shments were owing members; ins was our tirat'always expresses it, train iSast, r. Sam Isaacs 'Or train Wrist, as v.h« mav range agonally threatn a block, with V ( ,e degree to tue riyiit looKins ❖ f pectlon of your Car is the only apter was Opened ""ft'the shadow I. corre Mrs. Ray 1 T L " L M.I. J* ' M. onfy four days fn^?, on^S count of the eliptical motion of plan to follow.--Then at officers i'X'- '■ their work thoroughly WW ear or weakness the cause may be t out beautifully. , Th« past officers of v« cay- "central 4*1 been moved from its correct divi- ajon. n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 March 1925

' Mjaajp ^wr "W k_F Tf% !■« m^ puii. • ■ ™ ■ ••••■ ! - " :Ksi? ' '■' !>'■ ■■""■'■ K, W'^WS msSm f •: < illllffill ■AKflpi MSi? '.Wi sis lH . pMB#| l®^P illXMll . ■ \ :' ' _ smmmsm . . rrL..'.". -- - r to come < ■ a1 aible to those who d hwd at |s « 4 M ■ A U Mrs. J. Moore and the ■ . L N , Mr. and Mrs . C. T. U. ■ After i lem and Mr. and 1. some or j. J. G. Brow " ! •_ l*lli i i Mrs. (attended Mrs. B1 ■ or ay City, Texas exas. it M. K. ,i0witheiei"rSememS An^el ^asltendeTthe88 la • ^nd* ie° ■uest in attendance. Mrs. *u'a unma wiiifo'n* m v ah ^ntulikv nlinif . .. . iifiMSwfSl crowd lit __, rch 18 supper _ - : and one guest in attc M. mm the home of our ■1 1 J'1 i iilllil , J ZZ . !«lt iglllli .f whtoh horn. llve,toek ov aw* Kjtt £'j? ~ . from Hall county who have been u!P! * pillae" livestock o; terior of SUP k mirrniiitiHnna and <hoi* Gibb Jones the past three Veeks JWttk1 4UA«M M/I . 1% m'MA A':', WiL--' left for their new home at Well- v niwjimnwwi cholera and ••«■•«*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 April 1925

ISilBillilBl •■ ~-J" ijiiilii t.Sb\ ill ■ im ■SrafeflflR I! S ■■■■I ?n> r iiSIBiiil . g%. '.. i ■■.,.-■ '■ mlIffljwf •! lil .l1' . iliil ifeilliU i ailiilllli H l§lilliliiiili itiiiiii MM "" >><«" , j- ,*,1,.'- she waa'l flftin nPAmifllin inn to be fllli! a i . . • a n i Los Angeles docks in San Pedri t.«,r h,.u 4.L... :Min SifeSlB hed. A paper she was >no hnf Waiu> . and 3J® i but before no e, one of per for L two years she was VBHniiiiiii east. iMlWftt in modern mmmmm\ The introduction of printing in jouvnalUm, inSS ! wiuiam Caxton inSceSIKt ~V method of' Mothers'' vn h'nolun.l 1« rl'ha A..*+ f A .. u-i . 1 in^^fnr.nJ6 feYera! educations institutions _ oi earining in tn I f.-;- : mmmm llflltliill 7. , , ^^l«SgK|npg ■' : . .: ft#"* «« > Wftm was oversah yjj™'?'3 Uo Prominent me to ew _ President Silliiiili Adams on the State Bank ques tion without success, gg| P in New York in 1628 a 21 miles ire ~ KMSsils iasf Yon can hnv'unv n< o «#« «- «JatInp to-order by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 April 1925

wm * ii MARCH 26, || M| I 'j I ! I1, t(| ,1 II ||l | III* lilSIIllSI nsertion VM STAFF Want ad iienettti says aiisaisi ance. itor—Thelma Kindel • ... . " !Sl«rt fcditor-R. William Brown. FOR SALE Junior Reporter—Francis Prior. Arr Klisi lllliil ce. iii!8i! FOR SALE.—$250 VICTROLA -at , a„Jargain' Inquire at rm ii1 11 jrm ATI 11 ill ' EPrm, BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF CANADIAN H.OH ^ Corporal—-"Yes me boy, the U1 uavii v*r If® no snot At are jfk' Freshman Reporter—Tom | — the15™WN" its! « «- CORRECTING A BAB Vearl Cur Bill Woo" George Rush Snyde Merle Ellis t i* „ S &! '„ 1 3J Ilii w, and pass iiiiiiim care of" irAS.Zf A great many or us worry over some a AT NEVER HAPPENS. That's a fault. Most of us worry over the bad things \ shouldn't do. It was our fault that we did , liillilllBlIII "The' basketball captain. Robert i'V-V;. Hornback, presented Coach F. 0. Boles with a coach's sweater like failure to do certain GtK>D EGG S.—PUREBRED WHITE Rock.settmg .eKga $1.00 for 1? we « fralt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 April 1925

I qt&A.- .tfikk .;■ ^a*^, , f ana SON AL IY SPECIAL" y only— with you and save jp&pril 4th[ we will lf>& Hat in' stock for regular price to presents this ad. lerc.Co, ieMcAlster and, J. lampa were married /March 28th by Rev. istor of the Metho- Mra. MeClure of Hlggins, Teaas Mr. and lira. 8uddeth**8ftyj t shopped in CanadlanMondsy. .of Emporia Kansas spent Satur- day and Sunday wlth Mr. and b. Halsey. They were Rev. G. T. Miller of the Bap* tist chureh was a Perryton visi- tor the> first of the week. notice ToooiisD CAR "OWNERS For the. small sum of $1.00 you can have the duBt and sand re* moved from the upholstery of your clbsed car as we have just installed an O. K. Electric Vacuum Brush. .. This service will be free to our regular customers. 'J he Down Town Filling Station. Mr. and Mrs. Jl S. Dorsey spent Tuesday in Miami. Austin Jones who had b^en spending the spring vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Jones returned to Winfteld Sun* day. W. A. Mille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 April 1925

iHpiW J " £BS ilite PtoIP SWrWw^ Bill W' WHY <)fO0 SHOULD HAVE YOUR | WORK DONE HERE 1. We extract your clothes thoroughly getting all dirt and grit out. 2. We dry them in a hot air dry room,re- moving all gasoline odors. 3. We press them on a Hoffman Steam Jf press which makes them strictly sanitary. CANADIAN TAILORING COMPANY Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing Suits called for and delivered ■ <*> RADIOS iiSSIf® The radio season has no end. It is on all the time. There is scarcely an hour of the day when you cannot get in touch with the universe and hear what' is going on. ,We are at your service any time for a demonstration with the Zenith, Crosley or any other standard make. We carry a complete line of magazines CANADIAN RADIO SHOP Strader & Burkhart liiiiiiiftiiiM Popular Magazines and Radio Papers ■" 'CWW ' 1 I W.A.MILLER REPRESENTING THE BANKERS LIFE COMPANY OF DES MOINES CANADIAN RECORD r radian, Hemphill County. Texas, K, C McKlMSON J.-Putylsher? | Mobicription price, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

<'i" , ; isiiiii l" '.A I h %'m k&<>TA ■ • ,;i hMhM \ I | " . : , *•' 1 mi °1,, ", 11 — NUMBER 15 iiiiiii iili«i Of that .■■1 s CANADIAN. HEMPHILL COUNTY, r, received 261 and Ion received 6, for IBrainard, 267 and ' 2 for Commission? vN. DavieL268_and Curiosity is the spice of life SSHSJEAS wreck a life. Macbeth was happy and contented in the service of his king until he allowed his curiosity to overwhelm fu# bet +er judgment. Then his life be ame one horrible nightmare aftei mother. day often change this speech- only slightly however— to "curio- sity, thy name is woman." I sup- a few,questions. A rith them. ITT— i.;i petite—well we will say st in connection with grapher, presents itself. lirv Cow and Mer- can almost see in reality .... Pasy distanctinf J ™°"t r ^Th* ium Sai;,thatMber: 8t- Amt_T ^A,r TRATION DAY il 18th, be town and join in Jolly crowd. T * -a on R^H in I be arranged in ry business housr try business house tcllhe one |ky ticket a splen- % prize. Ttckets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

- ..i..-/'v '-*i.^4&;a^iSk^BSMijil§M , .-I ■< 'W "i -lii.!-' t .V 1 <' ■■ L, •■■i,'*.. fi 1 ■•-v tok K''-''.rfr.' Ki.v:"f v-?1 f ?;••■'- -i' m-:\:/, mi-" 'ix\ i/-',: > • ■>- i^f' ' ■/* ly-f(< - E?'fr; ' '{ |$;l-> 'V' If ■S"^, Kt P^ !«■■:* if'.;; ,i lvi>i" .' ■'.'''' & ft•"■} ".' > KsA' ft-.,1.1 J' , , Bo ; >r ■ ■ • Jfe"v'A |!."«* *"' pKr^v'' ' Je'Va':'',. 1V-"' K?«'.','fla-.V;: few; fel? l§§lfj' IS'lt/'J'•'''' vi'l''" l$g. r.;h '>/ fcvj^ 'l<-1 KlivV "'-V'; ?,)•-,v *,0 'i'A'f. -', ■;*! ' |{?V •*■& <>■'■>, iM -,'.W ,, ''Z'l ; 1^,'^K j * IV^CV: KM W"1' • p«&' M&8C- ^US.,!';.-/;; |, • mw$\- &fa ul P^w'i .■' fe®& HR'^taa-V^'v -s '?'! r r- Mswlv.f .■a.'Jf"1 $$£&■ * V " ' ^ ■ '- V si.'/ WANT COtUMN For SUjjb R«rt k, iMk FwnA Ete. aATBS.—10c per line far first insertion, each additional insertion 7 Vic per line. No Want ad taken for lees than 25e. ■anBaasaoaagsisiaKSBGBl JEGG S.—PUREBRED WHITE Rock setting eggs $1.00 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

I IHHHHPR Hi liiisi mJ Heart at the B.M. ft is Intent Upon Making this Sale Pleasant and Profitable to you That1 Will > Sparks. -Anniversary Sale Prices ?ess Gingham, yd ....15c shirting* Cheviots —.16c i|l i,1 11 I #1 i 1 111 1 1 * i nil fort Challies 16c 'retone and Printed Main and figured Draperies 40c 25c >raperies, up^to id 60c * 35c Seventeen years ago, this Spring, a little stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats, were placed on sale in Canadian, Texas. It was called the "Arkansas Store," be- cause the odds and ends of which the stock consisted,, came from Arkansas. From this small beginning,' through Good years and Lean years, Dry years and Wet years, from extreme low prices to unheard of Values during the wax*, thru the panic of 1910 and again at the close of the war', there has grown, THE THE PANHANDLE'S LARGEST .DEPARTMENT STORE This phenominal growth has been made possible by THREE OUTSTANDING FACTS FIRST— Our ever constant endeavor to sell the very best lines of merch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

.... ^ ,.'p. .a;j,; ,,t;'_;.v^ j -r pX'J 't * "' *1' i '' "'• 'S ;i '/ i'!;'£■>. i'm' . s® ■. ; - < Ki-v/"'. '■': . 3>'$" •: >C jjlf-i ■ < fev-' '.- IsvK'' \tf\- '''- ' '-rV- C-"V* ■■- tfeSK- i,vi ■ . --- •, iKw'S, j£f )■. i'i!i <j i' ■ ,:' p,. V''^;;1 ' M-.'iv' T1 :{I1''"■: 1 1 itftS? .i' " fe:$4v. K« SlKBfef t r -' m ^xp- 5 5 '"' **5W!! 1—Comptroller General John It. U<*Carl, stormy petrel of nfflrlul Washington. 3—Air view in devastated area of Murphytboro, 111., with wrecked Longfellow school in foreground. A—Frank B. Kellogg. new secretary of state, Instructed bj President Coolldge to prepare way for second arms conference in Washington* CURRENT EVENTS Tornado Situation Well in Hand—Second Arms Conference Likely. auxiliary type* would therefore pre. sunmhly be tne business before the next conference. It is stated tint the British, Jnp anese anil Italian governments are likely to participate.' France may be unwilling, pending a solution of her security probl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

ISIISIII limiMili:!' :n '/MtfiV i . m InralBfU I PliAN'l' 111 TIE j . ,; Ml [RCH V 'i \ i | | i 1 |*l ' : A... .ImoJ April 1.—For Our revival closed 11 "A, f the second time since it went with Mrs liillSs last r and Sheetrock plant of year 12.00 ea at! class while in our city were'puny here will be enlarged this at the Texas, ' 'i e and he does not spare ; in presenting it. fireproo by 50 per himself sk in .Tan. including tlm fercial locals 16c per line ion. Card of " | fjM notices in excess will be charged for at of 10 cents per line, no ft on the first 30 lines , 10c per lino for 7 1-2 cents per line advertising rates 30e d 10c per line ' i — o, the Record and'^lj8'enctopor" to ' Tw/paper™ Hint « to turn out. With th- 'JS&SrffiSi give 6you Dod local newspaper. \ye going to make any prom- t we can not make good, strive to treat our pa- ir and square and deliver service as is possible, r, the Record will be run (dependent Newspaper, o neither of the political rests of Canadian a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

■ a I WEST _ . .. be on his way to live in the open and see the hidden glories the time of the year, young mans iancy, etc.. L UM- over *uc uiiv uiv oniy ining, exciting was meeting a jackal, a wildcat and phython crossed their wh?chafwa groul.of babo.ons which _the superstitious natives M ie next day," writes Mrs. }ly, "my husband went over r ear which had extraordinary lie the matter with it." . '.v"lhJa?liie/«neto,„n„^ ' SMtr TX pare the ground instead of hoeing I it. * Isi si j Bsfift L-. . ■ t made of old I the Chevrolet across I a river the next day. Two days later another river was encount- ered and the wheels of the car went through a bridge up to the wle and it took two hours to l unpack the car and get across. About six miles further the same day a second bridee was en- ■ount tain in had to cut down a nu. frees and build a 200 foot lunch, mm car was gear, «1 Butcher the scrub sire, whether he is a scrub individual or is of L*. Cut out scrub feedine-. Texas Chamber of Comme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

■i .!>■ Ife.' °w' X'.■;■>. ' • '*y.yjiisf?# <!.'Js !;i.« % 'y -j.1 '7"^!ac0 "'■" ■ •• ■-• Ssmtm i-V'-.,,:; ff,KfSB&,jj -mi WW? its Kind in the West '■ -iyf; yi"a« ,' £SB5 tSi,i,tS ;^:ip 'i-r |$| "' 1;: II Special Scenery No Moving Pictures Adults 50c Children tfceWMte Hyacinth §NELtB ft. BBBBtHART It, W«ttera Newspaper Unlun.) |y fiWe they, sat In tbe beau- auditorium In orchestra fit was ^M^rcla'B birthday ; concert With a little sapper had weeks before been Judson for an extravagunt luxuries were few, yet they Jlttle breath In lamentations, jiealthy, in love, their simple j were ninny. A Sunday morn- ln one of the parks, a ferry ftBten Island, a moonlight bus j the Hudson, the nine o'clock |hour nt St. Mark's-on-the- " the discussion of their dail^ fthe details of his study, the fi'bf their future home—these ji unfailing springs of delight, ins they larked—passionately imHo, tlicy never heard |o d sinking, for Ju".Non'« sal- fertiiill, he was attending juHewas well as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 April 1925

lH8iij« ■i;t; ■ . ■ : ; " ■ j , ■ ■ : 1 <&■: , ■ ■ ;Vi •;: ■ ■ • ■ ■ j ^^^^^BWBWWwHHWWWBBWHWwWWlWWBBMliEl' "rr ii't , | 1 g| , iiiiplfc Mil ISSSISSSSSIBBjS RI m Ml IN , : ;■ REVIEW FOR T 1B1I ■ : ' ' . The Average American is a iiitiptpli we will np liiDi i?SBSifeSliilS illflll are glad that !5 iL"Zly hm and hope we IU —Roger W whn is UU, . wuu «o now at his winter home in Flori- ±f9 ilf Imtl'tet'n'on lit of his Annual Report on siness Conditions, which treats * \ i ! Our Co InHnHH i-omi^e of old time fun and jok- . from two of American's lead- 'WMRMS .urc t r°^d " tiTt\! „ e* from two of American'- lead- my blackface comedians, George m was held 'mm The ShHH j,!., Other Countries. ' t m MiRilftnmn IS fflii iW I ,. ■ i I 'l v niTO . wav re not^yet benefited0much ''from i wheat states such as the 11. , Y , s J *u V?J? *"!Lh*arke. V.?!!J° ft A. Bussell and wife, of assured. .... iwii Dallas-Three apartment houses working machine and beside ot expense. Let us show yo jg|M Sillll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

ill® y&tf'-y I -WO dd I pfil . | j Bill jnA 'lii i'=;; ;; Vi ■lil|lf|^^ . .,. . . ■ SpPfc ■Ml A * . jjk.i mSBKm Si ';;{£ '"' Is Mtmmi - g« ™ rtv nw: lippw ^Pf'-'pa I ■■inlinniimiib Ml ■ wnmu iiiimiiii ■■iiiiihiiiih m . ■IllfplSliK \ « I , I' '' II 1 H i 1 1fcfe, i IfllaMM aaplMtr a ■ ■ s^ira ;:^."r;4"H <f;:H imlK-i NUMBER 16 BEl fBSwl CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 16, 1925. ............. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 Ilia __ boy in Hemphill county, is going to win a free .the Fourth National Boys hs' Club Congress In Chi- lis full. The Santa Fe sxas is offered of these awards which rizona, Colorado, Illinois, .ansas, Missouri, New Me - lldhoma and Tesas. '0 the 1 d in (livestock projects in each Winning counties travers- the Santa Fe and having Vices of a full time Asri- Extension Agent under work is lilffl Ul^ol^pa^ ^ their leaders'"*8 ^ is the third year that the Te has offered champion embers educational trips .nnual Club Congress held Kposition in December, 200 f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

'i11 y ,«!' m is mii! w f i m i n mmm \ m 111 w* 1 BY THE SENIOR CLASS liifl ■Ssiiiiii am BATBS.-10C per line first insertion, each itional insertion 1V2c r line. No Want ad m ,e"lor ,eas ^ i r jiisim /iKrSS r THrjEE JUNIOR CU WHY C The funds ai mm®* mm res 3kef i # 1 pleg- , males direct from Ferm, If BfSeiper Zybach? T« Iftiraoon"! Teemed"i^Ve'Vuii"- _ 7Ct. able f„r e.eeptng than for read- ,, . ; t~". . . in#. Consequently I h&d not A!PV,-«^ T nlage. del,' L. V, I liMHS some . rne, h^j laying\trairi. _ 75c; ,00 « the war. The man said, "The bullet went into me chest, and came out my back." "But," said the friend, " it O " K goods and embroidery "Id make any womans pit-a-pat. .. s attaining , school cduca- - Claaa .do if they did not'have Harold Sherman and Hugh West in away. Party wherTiTThy chaperon! to_make funny remarks all the : The chance of your son's or da notable success in life, with an tion, is 1 in 41,250. With a high school education, his chance is 1 in 1,608. If h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

IS 11 si ■ Iwlfili # I M tn,re. I I I m RvV'Hii HfeSra ■ifl i|n —H >oal- I mtec f EX®. 1 ■ i ■: 1 Mi i , i rs I L^. lllll 'iti,' lam „ I i and 1 I ' BgH| I ' kV'ikli L „Ja\ ilfill I ' I 1 in 13 11 hii . nil IlIIIIH! IMNMllil WBSSmS&mkimSimmm iBiJIiliiis iiSll iSMwf wmm ~—•— Ifeiifl "i1 ****** CANADIAN MAY — RANCH ZXfttfSfSTZft — ED FOR This week one evening in com- II1S mmm iiiii ian Chamber of §B#J1 ana in Kngiami in ms for the purpose;* Mr. F. V. merce met in regular session I ■r. Secretary 11111111 Sill some four and one half miles est from town. This ranch is com- >« !•• i hut ia5e ' „ _ ' , . .. . , , the fact that ,U is .ho first Instance in kV^:^L iWfti V/\ r osed of eight sections of land, nil in a body and comprises the ] h hhtory mm In i va riles uliu- was exacted ironfall SmiIwKSS isaBsaisi . •. Studer and is or or the klnjf's subjects, clergy an<i laity alike, except those who had themselves considered one of the best ranches : ivl'tv-l !-.V in this part of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

iiaii— ff 11 IWli liTffTlliMr m B Si ir Ifli i ■%m I* Itttlflg^ gslfellilliiiifaiijiijM^^ lipte "WWTtWnw™ u . m*i L i, 1 <aBMMpMIMMW I IT HAS KEKX «| TO _ USE HOTTLKO SL'NLKJHT.— 2 Thorp is an old Joke about a j« * simple follow who remarked that It was n great pity the sun didn't .. _ 11 Mr. Arnold Payton PMHjPf. n of Mr. ana Mrs. B, M. rnll- ■ • ' '. • sSllili! Ml BglBil ii . . • 11111 To measure the temperature in Inva at various depths, a party of United Stales volcanologlsts la drill- fnis a series «f boles lu the huge crater of Mount Kllauea in Hawaii. The possibility of utilising the steam Good Night, Texas, FOR BENT, 4 ro { and water, garage. Mrs. li. Wright. Itiltfnp SlSi&lii ' V" r." • ■UHH i!j. 11. i,yjffiMl! mam swpn • hot air dry roc ,1 « moving an fjp'iii the crater fsr pcv.i-r will be studied i this n small Mesdames Spiller, Humphrey and others motored to Amarillo glues and has been built where they attended fest. "■ ■ ■ a llll was bed fast several mon- ths and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

PA **., RHiiM w ■M I Lllte ,S(! I fc I Ufa*, l"-unolcj Us witij ,rre ther-J Kahtep Eht I s IHHI ■fell f>r had , kvi C?:s U fi i , p. t IP Vt It lie lo- lltlBH | j I 1 1 I I : I WL ■ i In ifl ' ' ^ * ) 1 i y i1 irMi. * * wwkr Sty# $$' «wpon of Condition of the m .BBB IWEST NATIONAL BANKfllM r, in the State of Te*as, at the clone | wMI ,i iiifl | i 8 1 ■ ■ ■ 297597 IS® illlil™!! wl& mapwir* aL"co''8,:.ra and Discounts ?• J™1 •* *— "Z. ""877.86 1,650.00 7,636.35 Overdrafts da1 and Stocks... iSsMisl! Rililffl 3,713.55 8,502.34 (banking . ■, , 1 and Fixtu n , w!JI°"!n0ner •? . and Bankers, cash on hand. .£kk S?ar?^l ni 7.406.00, Lawful reserve with Federel Reserve Bank 45,450.00 23,431.95 Fund 11,267.85 illii BBM/i IIIBpIotII 0^/10 52,000.00 ount due from nation- __ ——_' ks in the same city or — 7?®'^ 69.74 SaWif Other Liabilities .... mnm At ignHi TAL _ an item 1718 78 j I 11!' tin1 1 i 1: 528.34 S^mhs im m llllii fSWV2'^13-: r* •* 1 i ffiilli# County of Hemphill.) llililil Prnai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

■■■■■■■ ■■I Biill iiiiiii ibpii - ' iv: y;: i ^ riv ;^L"^ri S. E. Alison spent a few day* ■_ „ - - m B. FRANK WALL In northeastern Oklahoma ... H. M. Fetree, of near M. K., spent the day here Saturday. , — .*• voSr"j,rrf.? te is per schedule on Monday of this week transacting business jpe^l^liteliB'ottnt;- a~A cussing business mattei |li M Our first Anniversary of dressing school children with the idea of a white blouse and dark skirt and what is very .im- portant, a simple white gradua ationf but merely" a simple dress made by the girls, and alike, so none can feel hurt at the manner in which the more wealthy are Geo. Z. Thomas, of the ■ rnntry, was in the city Pi ♦last week and while ih town the Record office a call anc umiiniiiiim nilijiiiiwiiiiipp||Hiiiw |ijlHll llf|i|lii imi i|i«i|'inil"I" imiii| I. Herbert Hoover, head of the American Child Health Associa- ig$|p|tMMM th.at twice the money. They the SSi up on Spring Millinery t S| 8.95 and 8.95. is a ' knocfijl Come in and let ...

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