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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

111 , . J. , , Our B 10c per line Pd of thanks 50c i in excess ' charged tor its per ine, no Irst 30 lines 10c «■ Hi sa in town Tuesday f He is interested "ie„r !"= ' 11 1 . ..y^ i, ■ | nefor 1 . i i i iipiipiiiipi -■■ lipiiii ■M I.1' , iD„n,.: ■-■r---Tr-nM,,CT ler wil come out and encourage a Roberts. t ^ i , 11 — i, t ik i The weather man, Mr. Hil reoorts 2111000 inches of lilliiliil i is .« .f*i - 11 ■H ■■■ e you come to not already a man will be liberal , *"d , ... , .. „ held on mti thenew officers in charge. The following program will b ' .Apri 24' with liSlillll . Supt. c. hursday: and Fri Adjournment FRIDAY E,<c°tlve " The Mildred «MW Mja^—orc^ over F.J. CHENEY& CO^Tokdo, Obto ■i'A'. : _ mm _I ^ ■ ...I. — * . , ^ mmmm Mill iWffliwPw ■ MM-'' if®! ■: Set re- dely of his time 's promotion and asition of the K ff,"* 8d States. irhen Mr. Jami- vvere tacked on twenty-one bui padlock injunction has been^^.^hcattleship mm weannn that "reaches L* e Kelley and Batsell Friday's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 April 1925

District of the Togae Congress of (motion of the Maternity and In Mothers and Parent Teacher As-jfancy work in Texas, .soeiation be urged to study our Be it further resolved that'the 'juvenile court laws and methods tight District of the Texas Con- illlili local club that they have a de partment of health and work to having at least ft public health ■ I hearing of children cases, ade- 5 gfVC. °f, <}ete"tion facilities, inves- f.:-. r\-f th* Tft {strict of the nurse iiilii! pn for . the Smith-Hughes law been v ing a worthy program of Voca- 'hereas it is the policy of the Congress of Mothers and to nnil Eighth District of the IwmIMII MS® Eight Resolved tlfat t Mothers and rired MiUer, Helen;Havens Agnes rj tion re Aleene Alferd an 0f «roJ, (i) Express our disappoint- bveM?,fE 'h Sn°^er°forT'the" ft 'tic S?*S£ an(V 1 act in ment t.iid disapi i • . I , .1 try? Pe;ueful ul of the ac * ' i vot im e Governoi ' nf Wherea« there is_ a RroaVten- the S-ate aid and State .ypervl. ion oi the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

«! Slllfffiilw ni i'' III i i Si !'i I ffll ]>' t. wmtrnm ISIRMwiilllBli 1 '3'; > £ W matm ^BSSS inm* fflSBH ! ««« ' '!■:■ *': ^' iqpi iw a U.,p APBu.2s.im tt::> i«iiB I 92.00 the , flHMBMMM ujinr^Tiri BillwIiSSmiiflItt1!Slrotsl „ , . .,"i ' m ....... MM® f time enjoyed ThllKUjIfll* A 1 / J.U - ____ at industrial meet* i. Thisi. there- Thursday liilliillw illlli «& fcjrsslsrswlk Band headed by the Band Didee t/haseStablisXderfo0r£ ttpS t°r, Mr. Pogue, accompanied b a goodly . three years. The 7th of these an inlan Willi *f al "Je®$jn£s will be held in w3hb .Tuesday evening of this w pth^r'Boy'sSMoS' L? fn%zi^y r,r* m ^-anadian, at the 1 FISH AND G' provide early pasture aws revised Mineral Wells, May 4-5-6. Indi pie were ait their High IMIHIP lay evening, April 17, . T. U. building, was ■' Etu aiiiii W-Cooley lilffll wrnm in Mineral Wells SvIIl ■ ■; V- i ?ui!„di"Kto ,r«ceive„the Agricultural Ex previous records in point of at •' ■ IIBI IllllliS Depart Mmtii success from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

II 1 ifi s®p ,,■ afiii si g ( 81 iaisi aiMMisfife b a l&w&J IwiliP ■ ifemiltM#«^ MMw OT ll||Im PH' •■■' g|? liiiiliii p?!Kf^:w '||ttllr Uitf nJm , Friday, May M W * M..L High School Graduating Exer- LI - --ise*. . ^ ■ L nr it V*?*1"™ ^r s^,fd^ 1 and Friday HMflji ™h *• I $iq£qc&)(m JUNIOR DUCHES liwiiiSMffliB ® * MB™ S^bh- jB', IPLETED CLOTHING CONTEST m r jT . 111 J '< i| /• § I H f L I ,, The Jpfem class elected Louise '£.§r&Z .^1;"?r. IC^r.nn.? fiTR mm i^v «i FiiT I H JlSiililB Sl: I ■ i v,:s&0. ■ |i1 •.:. i t WlWIiliit'ilWPi ■ ■ m ■. *d ■" ■" 'il | ''; ^tended to "do TODA'fis always frst v.st ". 11 ii can': 4pla^^lg mmm Iwilip 1SS "' f asss': aisaaas®®,iat' j;■«?iX;.er* ■ Auur«<-•■ t.- a*i2 1 _ *'.'4 ' f i pll|K > -*v iec :«r ATTENDANCE I :• ag w. C'/Gte ; liir ^ dre'ri of a". r 'M\ « •='! .- Al .-1: . i •t.i 50" J b<?& rs ',"? ' [e :s gratify-^¥|o note iha||she ii II held eMl|li|g^i| iiropiir ^oij^plfl i-i: 4 u u • Pu !-iii3!if^Kil:S ,5 w ,f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

b ^ ^ yl A l), , t IBB ^ ^ Bit ■i'om lr - #' 1 JH I;i ,-JBki,vi •, £■ ■ m VAyrl (-S®8BBkvw HflHR nmt„- •■! ! ijlWjMwwK _, ! , . , ^i' si a 8UHhMhBMW • . , .._ ■ ,. iiili! m knock-out in Suite .... 13.50 Value* -uv',.'i?iJi,i H W^M''5S>H« 7 Our first -4— e ~ • i Suits, Marx made .w(k ..r iv—,T".— 1 1 ^ rlis — o ey will s s for teed. Extra value and price for .ffer- only i:lli Silill " "——I" 'T-Z--WM ifewism Value for iflii Balance ofstock" Specially ik. 1 !_• 1 ._ .1 , season's best offerings. 1 Read each Snecial. and nrofit few Ir. W. ™ „„ ai-u ax- is one 1 every 17.. center of Eco lliiilllipil liSil erfully interesting. $13.48-—A re Ut J I values all over th ^ 11 ° er the feoU8e# ia . r . i IBlllllMB WiwHMM ^ Sam and Earl say, "Read'em and Weep; They're Knock-outs". | | , selected from our stock o $16.50 to 19.50 vdue7."Come HW tiful Colors, both nUin ..J R j I II V iralltilllll tiful Colors, both plain an A«rAiiirl>kaM#w ... . DLWlm s®Pi'[ p '""I 220 wt. Overalls, Special — ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

Jtafcii :■ :■ V'-"t Bs •"'": '-,!:ii'' ' ■?-* K'V/'■ ;<[■ > ' yfv',' jjy! •''? ,1.1, '.;. ' .; " ftp'-, ■"■ feW' ■". P-f ■/■",. ! •j/i/'. ,v ' * • 1' g:v<v\ ; "i;V ■-' Sw1.,v-f *m 's firil'. 1.*'-'-% ST.^-r. <■ s" :. • Sru'''!1..* I ' 3W " ;-i i-1V:*" •' !J. ■ ■>! pj|^rX j/V J ,.,1 f*«v* * V^ii • « ■/ £-vfcr$-;; ft.'/*uV*'"-ri 1 "'• J *,V 1 .iV" - ' , X J f't aWAl/jf •' «L* . 'V'? *.V_Y..'£if j «•1 uftw[V iSlP INTEREST BEING TAKEN _ IN BOYS CLUB WORK Judge McMordie and County Agent Hanna have been visiting the rural schools during the past two weeks, interesting the hoys in the organization of Agrciul- fural Clubs. Zybach and M. K. have already organized clubs, with five members each, and it is expected that Highland. Wash- ita, lJlue Ridge, and Prairie Dejl will ail gut into the work this week. The projects this vonr will con- sist of each member planting and ♦.akin}? care of one or more acres '-f som-.- field oron, under instruc- tion and direction of the County Age...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

ral MfiM iHHHi iiiini! «««« Wll6W|fa| iPIPail^«i MM ail Esiif ke more lighter than I nts for e to Editor an that of the ton truck, the Ford Motor Company has just • WW and 198.000 in 1 its com* year 98. le 10c per «f thantaWte „ I >y eointr to ( boma last Monday and getting married. They will make their home near Dening, N. M. Their many friends wish them a long and happy married life. merciai car line. ' charged, for at Per Hnp, no . at 30 line* i1' 10c ner iihI i, Church^and line B ffcf Wm tniih H I I! and is mwC- as fis SSH^SSS && Steffi Canadian to the hospital last Monday, where he is being cared uanindk'fclmiai senger. Full protection against inclement weather is provided by the top and the side curtains. The new body is of all steel BMMb 4 feet, 8 inches long. Sides are 89, were both put last Friday. The twos choola. with , spent the moon playing basket-ball on the Highland Court •v. \ thirteen inches ■ W^Mt ^ of the State Association of Pio- eers of Texas, April 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

fiiteii WHAT IS IfSfssli : The relation between the «el! BIlll ing prices of commercial roUghout the country of feed utilities encountered in the effort to re- .« ,j i - and light oil ] is discussed in Bulletin No ^ a SKIill steadily decreasing. the Oil and it (lie bottom and working just issued by the Texas Agricul- of the railroad grade crossing at after MMi 111 &r.?';'is nun MR mn "" " He N4 a (boroouta uu,ta- il? ! siiiii is or C I M 1 , , s-iiiirnn v M:iv 1st :itn ->n,' MNHM before . . 1 Vru iiv ail< ons Lave biUHMno too large aiul £iiUalAAad3bUlSb^^ili« l>leuiM barrels. The total average pro- ! track. A -ill not do for the U ■ ' Sf;J * ilWiS calculated and the dige^ble wo- we will put on tein intent of ■Si! ractlce every phase of a less (buying. designing. monufac- been determined various typical ,?2S.h ,^t™'Jf"? J45.550 last week; 143,623 the L°" hofr,re. Powell. Mex e Cur- a matter of fact it would be s droppe centrated feeds the selling price «• money maker for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

liiiliBllll MMI liiiBlliiiiliSI 1 wi .1 1 ] Ui j i, li', %. I 'II 11 J1! 'It "1 l> I ' 1 I "i' ,11 <' l1 i i11!1 a"i' •) '/L'-Ji'" ''w "I envy laiia LyJHBBI nor him that is richer, or wears better cloth- JetogOut I WALTON ThWn; wri/sjrss iflmHRS \ lsnit ihrei? iA the air is pure, where there's plenty o' suilighl.breeses, birds wkrita boost .Tnhnnv Whe«i«.. i« Kvery citizen earnestly request- ed to turn SfffriSfr i tored over to Canadia H| 1 " """* 'week;transacting" mwh,le h!!i_ Miita M.r,- ■" i,;,..v.;' ' V ■; -:V ,,,. .,! h*"" ' Sri along nfcely, * 8 ^..f: BVniftt( 01 Ga eby, spent ey Gigson spent Sun* SWAT the FLY ' r" ■ A - ' '' ■ .1 f . 'I . V. •: / :lS , <11; i -AVi MuSk.-..,.,... ■ML MuS^bolmSaaA , Sn u ngniMWH « State* D«p rtm«nt CK «,«. PStern states may losses from leuf- allowing the pruc Saturday , Ltndsey Moore, of Gem, was a week enrl victor her.,. to meet the Wichita " " ' 1 | w cession up Main* Street to Ftfth turn and come back to 2nd St. and dispose. Afl Bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 April 1925

'J; te.1!v;>; iSfi'; Jirtf Losses of Aged Ewes Prevented ^M)vi '«}t •! aiV'-f l MV -l * .vXl ■■ ' r gii ;j System of Management Rather Than Any Infec- tion Is the Cause. 'KEEP A-GOINT' GROW YOUR OWN VITAMIN8IBUUBS WVEBNING TOgQ Closely associated,in our minds MINERAL WELLS, MAY 4-U. Ef^oj strike a thorn or rose, ar^theh^egeSlSen88 tha^ cancel The following Rules will apply !Efj*U Bnow*' S grown in almost any home garden for Voting at the Mineral Wells *e* " "oul ■ —spinach, lettuce, carrots, string Convention, to-wit: , , .T„«nu „0 llki„ t0 an' whine beans, peas, rutabagas, tomatoes,j i, Each town affiliated with\r?,L, ts. f«h ain't on ycr line; all the leafy vegetables known as the West Texas Chamber of Com- f"er hook an' keep on try in' "greens" and many others. We merce and in good standing on ^it >er| ho Kan Ktep on also obtain necessary minerals January 1st, 1924, shall be per-j mtP -*mu • every dome j( ne; I feelin* prime \>*Hi nutrition and lurk of sufficient ex- j e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

^u^ll! id IIr1 I i PnH''ifMl^^il? *rLrlI ^ll'J rWii llllillll 1 .................ilia'mm1< M SiiIliitl l. I ill,,t..„,'..... til i ill I!.Istlill Illllist lill i . L 1 1 -; . j • ' ■■ ,i:-v ®{«i! . ojj IBiEil CANADIAN. HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS; THURSDAY APRIL SO. 1925 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 the YE ■-.■■' ■■■■'' ' ' ■■ ■ ■ . ■:-. ■■■■■■ ■■ ' ■ .:■:■■ ■■■;■.. ,. ■ '■ - .. ■;■ " — SIMiiM MJM^LR 18 . ' . _ . liiljis Tiir* ^1 tfwlitiBiw! liii i ti 0 I LI Willi alii® i#I the #■ fwwwSipi iiiiiii will1!1 „ Mi 1 II . " * Procession. > Announcer: Charles Fike. '• rin- iiiiiiiii at. Where? To ifllii PARTY COMPLIMENTARY ants Elizabeth Uunn, Mildred Curtis. Ruth Allison, Mau- rine Carrol, Galena Hawaiian, Alii. Joy Marvi«, Edna MCQLIDDY CANADIAN TO ...............lafeiiiMs Thomas _ _ It is with reluctant hand thnt rine l-"lrr ' I taye Davis, fireman, for the attempted assult .. . the star of Mrs. Ivan Wilkins, of this city, was held at the. District Court I on the k is written 2. Dawn. Dorothy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

ft- Iff i 111 v-V - SEEING TBIAS looo,00' hate been paid. And it'000,000 of us. 5.000,000,000 'miles' J'V being thorough. yet making t costs approximately $350,000,000lis only a thousand miles each speed; of Artfcnr Brisbane, the highest e^ery year to own them, to keep year. .fk.cAaaflM 3. daring blithe!, the wHHHH «n*«t deal . , ' i ii _ (PW3 i the will rgling on wi «IH save It's # iiisiiai u will enjoy your ride. Tr sorrow and —-racd it WOE t come back. . : ■' : ' mmm m/mmm fiiilMiii TV. ~cr, «-Kr> r«ff (IT.HI ' — r noblest—that's was :n\ llanwiaii ilfiwlii —The' Rambler. BEGIN TODAY and TOMORROW you win MM : . :^r'ds-. CROSSWORD PUZZLE—First *■-';h the Latest. Ladies.silk hose T'"'', T' os«trnH TtUZ2l< •"a&sieTis.' Select T WWWSSffi " tsanK pecause you cant r.r.s a ben«r« Hma V.*i.:iv ! crossword . puzzle■ aesigns;' i r.e 1H11S1B d m^and 'tireV and can" will Ar£ dreaming little a UK I jrtiS f. I. ! 1 j'Jj] ,'>ih II tjh 1 _ _ if it ever comes in your family and home h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

Vfe' j 'j \ <f Jr !-S/ ^ V|.l. yfca rv n* ■get '^Tmiv-' fev*. >w«rd. and after compll- Mesdames Wilbur and Cureton Ngimenting the children on (lie work, will collect Flower Mission Work g. not only, the winners,, but all tor the month of May to report g those who wrote essays present- gj|ed the prizes, which ..consisted jEESffll irch Day isand fly- ting, on sant one Jeral mem- Idance. ftted the pjharge of ant, Mrs. jrs in the itest to i^hile all Pad plan? If unable |unt of a Ch all re- Bps' favored llpvhich we llr jr by the Newman, .. . . .. May to report May 6, when all reports will be heard. Mesdames W. A. Johnson and Sanders will collect May Work. Mrs. BEN DORSEY, Flower Mission Supt. SAN BURR R. Y. P. U. of two dollars each to those win- ning first honors, and one dollar each to those winning second hon- ors. Said prizes given for sev- eral years past, by the W. C. T. TJ. Besides those interesting es- says, Mr. Harold Reed favored us with two charming violin solos, with Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

HE '«Mh ■ 1 MigiSggsagj There is one point m which s 11 men might be free born and That is1 in1 regard DO YOUR Imports of beef into ' England n 1924 were 12^568,914 ewt. a T -&TEXAS ON THE WAI SQUARE DEAI AcMrdjng —„s a((urM> M L.,J—j 'ilSSS.W produced B Agricultural Extension Depart nent' International Bar- ' r |Hfester Company^ About 50 tie, cel'ti iommB hatched die. A ImIIb to in jlood. a good bruin, and a r.cther who knows bow to care rself and for him, he J*1 health. "If a child _ |S MW8Bj| (Suction of about 25U.OOO cwt. o^er 1923. 66 per cent of the total to any. .goner, ..si IIBMIilwIfl «on ara n.*r.c is worth 15 cents. Or.; ers. sp ir. Wjr.eka. Thcv that can boast of ENTLNG is worth trust to die? Why .. .« OF DES MOINES f Ag res Depart i'lrlltii! : oorer^ ty.'Z This ■ want 1 to buy, ftj^^■$*||p|p|||*gi^| i. mistake in. raising Icivuisat after ye*r. go; Really the;rural carrier?. L'visafs ago i* . 1 1 ssma MNMH amSSaBK^SS^I& — H ior :nun; oti. :r."t tr.ir.k so"** ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

liiSi iiSI CANADIAN, TEXAS THURSDAY, APK1L, 30, 1925. M ,.,jj SlIraM iiiiiii ■ ate of Writiil story attempt. ; • adventures a gtt "ho world' llo , -I '£&« a«l? SI: f u..., V ^;,ii ion of « xu pn iiipw .any D?y Eds" .iSt 'iol > of adventure, Eliphalet he store and H II Mr. Carvel. wi- u r; ,, J : : Eliphalet^ Hopper starts .. ,th"!k t^.climax^occurs II® 3*8*4 en the death of the j udge he hatred felt between • ople was wiped out and i. The heroine, Virginia ^as willing to admit her _ ^ the Yankee hero, Steph- I *• .. ■. the outcome of the ia a ..... . i. in..:. Jt, a cousin to Virgin- 1. ta released from cap- I Bveiic,; wiucu apueaieu ccured at the beginnig story. This scene takes K a slave auction The "at are to be sold, are SB. First, the hero of the ~Mjjgn possession, he returns mnfhot* m scene bears heavily itcome of the story. "eason why this scene .t^'more clearly1" r times.6 ^ 7 at'S^STiS^Ji 22 r outstanding scene.is eluded (that Mrs. Thfgpen is a ;£™l?}p,h|en u."J ~ul ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

ft<v*>% ni1.*®. '■ ■ ^.i -' •" a K-i.v; .* .,?- '.. '■ ■• - ■■• ■!•. K'"^'"4'1' r'v/'.'i '/ ■t 5,1 • ''A.'" *';■' ' A i .' "'-"A |p;"' i '''•,, ■ '-', . ' 'J'", '''k'/'5'.; ■ T&VA"-1?"' ,'l>i,''fi,; '• '''./ * ' ' (1 ■' '•' ■5®>*!' M' 'I , I i< "ti\ , I f ,<v... i.j: - f . Jc-I tli 'I ■ '. - 6^4?!: sV fa$£'V : ' = *1 "'t ,i;i ■',; fe^^v.-v^ -.' Hiif'S',' .If-" 1 ■' 1 jk, ll'k*', jfj I . I- 5-4j' ;' «:> v,>. " K":i ,'J5'" 1 i'--'■■."• ^.v, ■ ■ fast.®?;?: ' i4 4" * ifl ' ' ' gv'''"' ry}ys' *'1 1 • ' \ V* '* 'l K^iNX'11 if ■Sr' -i*" *K, l.\ .* , |f • * "Aj IP?¥^$^ , *-i Tjfef V |('i' '* ' few-^j'v'V ■ i fV i',v ,v y \ ',' ■ 1r,, i f . . Ife." ■?£& -. ^;v.' m&r-ti>" <-' ,i • , .! >.sV i- MS' sr Af '1AC d&'lftft'; '& WW':, «- "''V r I ''r ' |1 A^ ■tesfest1 il't J-'j.ifW.i &!;l Kfefe wki-, • ■ II1 -■ W^Mt' aii9£'hfc* flit!,****! Is- VIST TEGA8 CHAMBEB OP Mr. end Mrs. B. P. Itepe have! Mr. an.i Hn. ThwjM ^ack,^f Tak® your t!m®' 8ft'e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

Wiiiii IwliiliifiraSi ■7 —: sWISsati isiii 1 A traveling man i CUMATE IN . ; „, . ■ I . , The average altitude of the Editor!county in 3,600 feet. The 1 Mliiiiiiii mlrnm . DOWN WITH A thousand out the year, with m? UttTe" ex- two Blue Lodgefin^the11 DiSt tr/!.r?iu,es ^uring the of Columbia are in the midst of office at summer of winter seasons. The mean maximum temperature is $2,000,000 fund to be used to perity, while others " About 76 degrees and the mean complete the purchase of Temple and make it. minimum temperature about 48 Heights, a bejutiful site on Con- That ewSv citizen , "•ItesaSS Hi— tirely h gg§§|PpiHaHa*STH cents per line, no >0 flrat 30 lines^ itional i eacl ■ t-2 cents per line seldom reaching 100 IIBiWBHBB MR..... cool. Health conditions sociation of Washington is in "'V. . . charge of the management of ways are go «!-«♦ nrilJ/Lu th*C0Un,Uy ,con" the campaign and one hundred aist principa ly of the clay loam and eighty terms, comprising £ 8 ,and the sandy more t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 April 1925

iPlllIM I 7 Friday, April 24, the V, T. A. ?t in tlu* Auditorium of the Hi hool for its lobular monthly jeting. With Mi-s t2i«nb. Snill.vv Ui.v ■ been writ! _ articles for .several years on how to eliminate the tly and how many diseases are spread by thorn About a year ago the last ot these stories were eom- I'leted. "Now." said the editor, "l •an take it easy. I have told i « , * . -v>>rvn ii> mm hnw t.ht>sM m>skv * men" International Har vester Company mm AT 1925 STAB .a I ; i* " Si I I ^ v**-.- y I f«wo Alaska, at 11 the Nat ion'i ama MflaMll ,,—n \• ai e ■' •. ■■ ■;. L getting O "* le to im- J . j 12 I -">re< moving a he hens to roost on trees Willis n ni'rifiii'l in _ - c. tehees i the™ etric 1 a one 248 ffice. Mr. Fly said. iPto the .om very clmrminMiS DIAN TAILORING COMPA! Hi® of n • lIPBlli Cleaning, Suits called for and delivered iiiiilll HMMB Mite Destroyers. Clean ami SfSii! disinfect the i entire thoroughly disinfect the c noal elMnln,. 111111 MmMMBM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

■ I 1111111111 1 SI 1 -J 1111 - vocal solo by Mrs. li *hT.J || red at all timu. m I lied by that talented .Irs. P. E. McMeans icements were, made Ms of Canadian, an note in this state, rendered a. musical "SHIS lon't find voices like t you know, was delivered by n Dr. J. W. Hunt Methodist College, efly, clearly and rlad that the intro- i various humerous the while of Intro in he had suffered of well meaning la- me^. - •-? ran t|m the pur# in hean see God." You won't j.« that one but once re his word pictures ife on the range in ill eagerly listened, |t to last, from the ler fit 41,- — as Id be. He told of the ckskin that swelled W«dte Ci„ch him; on that same wild . other things that ■MM state. He spoke of ^n^ght^VtL^howl on the wild wind- rito^siun-! tire vear Alfalfa and sweet clover can be grown on any farm. Patien- ce and determination alone are necessary for success. If we raise hay we are bound to raise live stock. This means more dairy t attle and more dairy products. mmmmmmm....

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

v' \ * . I ■ 1 ■II i i iiiii I k, ,V*" ■ ■fiI ill i «i iMl mSBBi HiftV ■I •i' li %f] ■i ■ a GRASSHOPPERS SHOULD BE WATCHED Reports have come In that the large numbers of small grass- hoppers noticed a few weeks ago seem, to be disappearing. This should not be taken as an indip ration t danger from the hoppers this practice regularly year, for these first ones that hai-j i!v::t spring they BAND SHOWS PROGRESS WILL WEAR STAR Mr. New, well known and popular citizen of Canadian was elected to the coveted office of City Marshall this week, and will The Canadian Band has its be- ginning back in *29, with only a few members. This number was soon increased. Of course the L v. couldn't plav anything more Minn just beginners music: butjto about the first of May. each studied hard and attended I ffitpin the were doing President C. C. Stickley of the Canadian Cemetery Association informs the Record that prepara- tions will b$ made in the near future for some sort of services on Decoration Day',...

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