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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

Hemphill County, Texaf Gdltor TERTA1NS MOTHERS CLUB Mrs. Strader was the, charming Mothers Day Pro- this ™e eg ac tne Mothers Day "**• *MMUte ■""".mm at her pretty b„wi0 tl«,Pattern.'•* f at the poat office at f WUI? Presented:- Efficient L Texas, as second class S"u, P°Pular Leader, Mrs. Floyd Ktter. Studer; Roll Call, Quotations and AS MElyTBEL PRESS fclAWON EERX. STAR. SCHOOL |By Ruby Rhea following from Canadian attended the Eastern Jiool of Instruction held Igins Chapter Monday eve Studer; Roll Call, Quotations and sayings of your own Mother. inj An ®xce,le t one entit- led, . Making Home Attractive tor our Young Polks." Author. Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. Todd's unusual and most interesting article, "The Mother and the Community," was pre- ceeding a beautiful solo rendered CHICAGO, MAY 1, 1925 A DECADE ON THE SANTA FE 1914-1024 vSi Railrads must not only keep pace with the industrial and ag- ricultural development of the charge, ^tion, but must constantly im- prove their transportat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

I ' i 11 11 f i P 1 1 S 1® iiiiiii ■ J llfillSlMl B ■ ■■ft! J i * 1 'JfTTZ 1T0 IMPORTANT BILLS l1 ;i,«iiw«00VBBN0E 4 1J (Ml For - ifrfi High SchL this ™™l ; thlt the valedictory was carried off by Miss Helen Snyder and the next special honor was won by LLoyd K,in5',.?nd rbr?:hJ°"ng £%***£ s on all accounts paid tro num fluently the mse iu imueriui l MR awelpjr or for electrical work, the at- by aqua regie will be vc Explaining Frotl The wenther bureau snys that frost is the deposit of feather Ice crystals be duplicated in any other cen- ter of equal population. We con- gratulate the children, remarks the Columbia Record and drive on with a Arm hope for the fu- ture. of the- Cana- ial mention of Band are all having the time of 1heir lives at the Convention, the iSMiiilli la formed only when the temperature of the dew point Is above freezing In the . early part of the night So that liquid I dew forms when that temperature Is I reached and later the temperature falls I below the freezi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

'i'V'j. vu'iJ I' V C'^K!>As> ''V'W. c.?^*.'vhl^fVt'.'SL^wL'^^vS'^Vcfijft vfofrift-K ■ & &■ .« nw.^.--'■'■'"^f'fWlMJ i ' .'tea M itfliMaii.f.Wiir 1n*>.i.L«fci.*i—ftflKE-w"gyfl - '"El -;<J.vid , :,■ •:..' VM&, ",i '■ ■ falra ■ '/'<,, WM . > : >•. '? S?''i"l , '. .■ -5$i r*r4'*f E. i * ,/v* i- > El,,, ;*!■',!■ i'M J f Getting on the map in a big way is the rightful ambition of every town, but gettihg there is abig job not finished in a day, week, month: W year. It is acheived only, by the consistent effort of a town's citizens* In proportion to such collective effort does the town establish for Jself a reputation of progressiveness. Its stores are better stores; its civic life entertaining and happier. , . . . . ;1-... , . , , , -, in Canadian. It is your work, as it is every loyal Htizen s job, day in andday out, in every thought and^act. Read this message now—then resolve to make Canadian a bigger, better and brig Iter ftown. If we all do thirCanad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

A School Dance; Wright, Hun- ig Song, Annon, eon Mil- the Panhandle. Mr. Theirstein is nota i newcomer either and is been said if Mr. Theirstein does not raise a crop, no one does. .. HHRHR ■■ _ . _ ... _ hOW | the other half lives." "Then why doesn't congress Inves* iigate the matter at once?" ■ The London zoo reports the arrival ot a colony of umbrella ants (ran i jigmla aarlly not used as umbrellas, but In this case they are. The ants draf the rose petals to and from their bills, much like a person carries an urn* brella. tn Trinidad, the rose petals are used as sunshades rather than as m m HburjEnticement, Nor ris, Ruby Rhcsa; Sea Gods, Venino Janie West; Rosalie, DeXoven, Leybach Bj|"t0gJ Fifth Nocturi,e laby, wVi£' pSuIine^Thlg^i Second Mazurka, Godard, Janice Miller; Serenata, Tosti, Gladys Sunday ; The Rosary, Kevin, Hu« «.. . ~ - — |,e held, Catherine and Gold!* Tro. * \ Welnlawskl, Ruth Brook, Horner w-4*ra of er, Flor* The purr and the road of a mo. LIKES OUR TOWN of the ...

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

llllsS lii ' • . i . ' ' ■ , . ■ : . <«JlBBi... . i,i i «* tk ft rill MMP[1'" I «;SS1S need of plrat* atalpa. Youth ot silvered pat 6 guiding stores Bi^ponJ>e|jyolalt * ffl Bjpi ii«r , l°„ tpa,,, Yea, we three of the most mmbm, W. C. T« * band aj Thursday Sll HI School mt—mmmmm—an VnH 1 Ttoe Deputy sherriff narrowly §^fe||By Ruby Rl giMiHllHMMMM I ""l^w^her.|e'F^ ^,d Wr*. screed, Itself Is oil these things. ship, a song, ,w ot the journey's end, smance, Youth-time long, i -Hsi to wfV® ; j: {j ■mf ?f Baldwin, In Everybody's. LIT |i"'iii f . l " ' fill 11 11 . i f the British Medical Jour- |the whereabouts of Doctor ow, the famous cow which wt'srauUpox."16 tlr8t ln°tU possesses^h^cow'a'hlUei rns attached to It are not the being made of wood. ■ * > B iv>ynl Co1- Interesting controversy, but ♦ful if the matter will ever Me Watte Nothing . ot China there Is literally j enough to pitch a tent In | There are no roadsides, ;no;Cd,7v':T„o ie rug on your floor, Is pro- ethlng. Eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 May 1925

;r'. v . 1 •, ; ' ,! I I II i 1 jt II 1 1 1 ' ' 1 > 1 vn't1 B| lillll mmm Will P—— Cowboy Pole soys the four lions ore roelng to reach tne and the first to_ar Winnie George c. w. n came went to noon ' mmmmm Bra £ffilh Kansas City last IBimm sS ill rive. 18 probably start a married . They J d Mrs. W. ..'j -i. ur„ liiii WM f$i$ I ,'■■■ -V • under have been enjoying tl i. in Amnrilln rctiirnin U only h p ii.. i. 5. Amarillo, returning the Commencement where they will make The best wiwi T.h5lt MUM « i. AV AT t'relnds8 for ' ,1(S °f th^ ii|if' if [i-v C-' |||*||p I ■ f Amarillo prosperous these peo, mmm , . Better wait one minute at a ah J...: ay services w:ii u., SoUjv^l,"0?' V, Wood. liliiliii V A after which a Mothers fPlfPiSIf f : i! ■« Boone mal ' " M> Wi B;]fp MaiMlli Dimmitt («ram will ts cordially f A Ho.nkins and Thomas ■ . , . T% lisMiSWsi wmmm ilWWyf s. Ed Wc vowed a rainy ran- J u I'Muuo mucii iu i,.r u,ub..t tarmers. • ufSSf ,from ear future. ■ mtmmimmm Ml ; be able to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

Ml "r I V 'Lull ft ,|v". ...Ml' j, Ill Illlill Hill 4- k'^i Ai IwiSra lf « ■l MIhhM iHHHHpsHe iJCsiSi iWIIWMi Mn ::.'.!..V: ■"'■<■' IPilpliil® "ALL K1WIN ! The International Poking to the best in andtion of Kjwinis International : ; very when Kiwinis from the United is to be had in their 1st'm u'i, M'nn" Mondny, ttttBtbTS: %ltsriZ?2tftte 4 of clubs over the neously with the line, and their place s quipped Dlea8S?VftfnM>rnii18.weuhad the 8ir\;La siL4?*;. .■as" Canadian to the very in modern conveniences. PLAN UNVEILING PROPOSED HTATITP AM OB re8, abJt^entyMe Hussmann On our Freezer recently pur way out.™ passed moons. Several moaning of wav from St. Louis drums, j$g|JI|l$lI •%! i* store this week to planting cotton, J MiMlfp saw the tamous are six or sixty, with cork, Arriving at the ranch we ate 11 ^ best de some of the Kiwinis go over the top. e of t EafmJSiw and patrio fobs Vietor M. Johns Illinois, president o .dry. cold * mm are unex to be proud lived there out twe! ilillM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

HNNMHIMll liPiiiW f[ I iBiMW iiiaisiiiiftif-, gg ■ * where else. The escort, Robert -MgMH fine up standing man in the procession. He is a * Senior and may, in the course be a' — BB m 8'®®' . , ., , Those partlcipaitng in the Spring Frolic were the niiDur, rry, Tubb, oiijruw, juii- uht. and Laughry. Roses were the Misses John- son, Poff; Dandelions, Dean and ?nSed°[n the development of the Panhandle is Canadian. ft The fact that Canadian is grow Amarillo will do well to culti- t tnis husky, v Boro«8 ndgh. bor city. Canadian is' Join* jt? share and more in the upbu lding ol' North Texas and its citizens , ■ ... .1.. wonderful uphill battle they have mm Eg:* wm& liliaiiiillS good, clean Ing and that It Is becoming busier and better is a fine compliment to i ". .Senior, * ' „ "* I * a« Canadlan-Amarill ^aa^hev'ever*]live£ toiTwith cos' lillill I . , illflill There. The May Pole was wound bv ■ HHBBMwwwmi on the program at the Pastime Melvin Yeager as escort was a f man of prominence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

W /.! vMBj ; ■ HI ■ ■ ilili / 1 HISTORY ie Senior Class of '25 ilan High School, back the leaves of the Ime and review the his ... I fl Hi that we of u . ^MSSBB| Mr n A ttSStf J|W#* ??h,iAee^up ® Pe*Jj?ten<ient, Mr.F, EEgBfyW^, Jfe, flHK' :|%MSi principle and Mrs. temlen£, was the captain of our A.Y.Doherty our sponsor. Lloyd ihfo|while Miss Aaat Phillips King has been our President. We was our.*ponaor/ahd pilot. ■* ocean Yies before us." irt at the very, beginn- le voyage of were the ar- s, number to : ytfare 52 on. ?rst da?i <1®;! VMS* -i sours nri s«'c .1 o* lija OWfl SU^£T€Stioi1 |, ill IUS "VV n HU^fc«SUOM, rr;%aaTZ a& T. Broadie and Eugene v « J i ix. W Passengers that twenty-eight. They are, Walter «« . Uoyd King was well-liked Hornback, Captain of the football and admired from the first, as team, and class poet; Carrie Lee Wi#* Prolan* M - r isrssj1TSraJSTta ssr „ one of the leaders of our class. C'utherliu he Miners, President of the Dra- matic Club; Irene Erickso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

Wf. m ■ i a nice visit .WANTED. To Knt„ pJano, ^ Ha R'COT(1 of' their arrow* begun to •M9&V Thei* « 800 of the-" exclaimed •^'<^1®! companion. HHH| , _ — ™io5-ed * picnk Monday dollar* on It tliero are mrwmmm , 1 'Twenty dollars, then, la the figure, •W Sage. 1* Ml tlBCklng tndlf ip^6d for M * *"""'* *>• ""g"' *?• qf Uje bcT ' confirmation llii I" •—■ . -1 . J A chicken at the wheel iiisa Ranchers and luountuln fa means a chicken under the wheel. de line to ■ Pine, flpruce nnd flr «eedllns are much In demand the world |m| .St! Mr. King returned the last of the week from atrip to Amariilo, where he has been transact, The "Spinster's Convention" which was to be given, on May later date. *'" yii | ,i ,i 11 G. W. Ayresiand wif to Gageby Friday when HHtaM£ re,A1 : d their ranch. Wto r was tlie query. •Til count them." said Grin, and reupon the veteran of the wood# mOm2*"• ( tli. let! hand white hi. mbt drained a revolver, deliberately began I counting— "Onfr-two—three—fonr—" Si...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

Si MSi 8 BIS| IBB 5:SSifi«« I ! 1 11 jlljiiB p|p I m WS HIS;! ast I iii.t ill I ii mam I it iiliiiiiiiililii Sill 1 ■„■ • , ; —TTTTrrT fi"11 ■ Sliililllil HiMinliK' isiiaiii SBiiH wmaa® |KB9 a • i « rizes • Cows will U i- oe requir ftHHPMg Ticket., 2 W Cow. will be gi , ^rJrr^ "g aftfrtfawmg. The Du K wn« W«j J'*.'* U^fi Xi ,of the winning ticket must • will be drawn out until some one IlillSiiilli > ng purchases, ©very r of the Golden is anxio ■ ■' it- 'di ' 1. ■' mam fflammammaMaaam, IWIf mam f 1 " . . . III an lillSaiil '■;:i 'l •■ • i;1 M. K. MOO FORMER CANADIAN ... „ U. SOCIAL HOUR idi - PHYSICIAN OPENS OFFICE — ; p l| HERE SATURDA ISfiiBS By Safr Mrs Alice Tubb was the char liii aiilwiisass WlilPlliiili " SPKHfl _ her home on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Little, ] chman of H tended church at Mobeetia Sun- . dav. the year $2 001 Wa ava i lL..i County, wa Mrs. Mayfield, visited with Mr Hi sorry to hear that Steens y is still sick post - ___J at the Ranch, St t this VISIT CALIFORNIA I «$' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

SALUTA By Moyd Ki The Cla3a of 1925 of • ilian High School, salutes you ic ; a feelintf of, gratitude, for is ing rice, shot it and tilling ft • bill for model, he invented 'hulling machine which has revol- utionized the rice industry. na- All life conies from microacop ■nsn m 1 Writer lill leel>ing, th sill I wmw harm done i i mam IWilSISMiiaiiil tlonal Harvet.ter Company I " YOU ' ■ v:; /: ■:!)?; When the fly walks over your ■ hand while it is peace- 1 ere is probably m ,. nings. In nature there The microscop Mi® opportunities that you have reveals as great a world belo\ 'itt? SJSST-& °S?: £,£ smallest this morning, all evid< JW be raised until it is expelled, but • guest with Yet, the e and the insect when nt of the ? w The J •In the main «rthat ™iU wess fa1u will be greatly strengthened If by this discussion there . J \( ,I|J 'S1 7 he I u >ythe thought that you cared could It requires many elements to one bo Llk'. be /"SPT1' u Gr?baff? ,j|e" °LrH® i, MMH be left on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

Mills after a couple o illll ; i II failure of Cana A ' V'll PlWMJ wmbBBI SHMH U of^incn^aJjd JJ*. .. thrust kearchlnc - ' • k «... I -<* HOSPITAL NOTES TT3T 1 I LAG . ?. I r las. ■ ■■IlijiiMiilli Mr. Lohberger, who has been! a— MB ■ ™i ■ — . — t in the Canadian Hospital the Farmer* should begin nuvv to Miss Lurline Grigsby, of Dal- pust several weeks and who was make th«gr plans' for attend s, Texas, stopped over a few operated upon, is doing nicely % annual Farmers'Short Cov -ays in Canadian to vlsli* Mi" ter, Mrs. Thomas Carvel on her way to Perryton. . 0, , i .. . Floyd Studer was transacting i« business at Perryton Wednesday and we are informed that he arJ . . _ _ ;r[ ^ ,si Mrs 5am Isaacs ^ .,. ■«l£S2e.SSS,« tw. F. M. S.'on* rSEESTtiSZ f ai?,"ery w *■ en|B«'nf th« noon. There was an interesting •my, says an Associated Press dls- patch from Washington. Observers In advanced positions re- :,«<i«r«1 was i an I. ""i and all report a pu HfcwHWi and air. wl tliev are trained to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 May 1925

189 Bi :W:'s iBSSg::' BBh ;|l g||| [iiiii mam mmvmmmmm ipp® MWWW : No, but tell me where my 11; i ii 11 ft1 1 " 1.1i1 If 5S " lllililill BMM—j | ve ter Hornback, he was always ■WISH ■ iillfl MMM 1 . ;i !yaW?o|(Srk That's M r>|t!|i^^ artistic. has always been a Booking Shark. ? p i I Prouhet^Here we have anot**"-1 * turn (mates of my Senior year are. scene!1' A* ^rlsC bwnllng ^hoof toa-ioom an^such a" dear little ophetr Please be seated while ™fiAe^ p. ts ss wMm -10c per Une much wArrat . ■■■■ 1 ' ■ Sidney Ayers. of this city, re- th!Vth t Kf interest to allf6** It was written to a cousin of r. Ayers, Mrs. Glenn S. Luther, ... Shanghl. China. 25 Ninegkow Load and it took her just two years, four months, and fifteen l^loirei'mve Jftiv 'TMi ,.i boy of the th III IBB cT'i ^ SpOlld 'L'W U'^L San, Pi He, horse and r*' Has ji ',| I IM 1' 11 11 i |j «1 -JTHWESTERN BELL TO ■ m >■ She is Slightljrfat, has light hair and has won the hearts of all the natives and she speaks with a slight ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

. gBiiiiiiiii fSpii-i . ,' , ,. , „ ' , ' ■iiMMlM^liiiiiiiBi^^ ..'. . ■ Wmb . >.MIfl!illiailIIISIilB I W JIi m m lilli ilBii ; ■:■■■*■.-:: liiiMl i: fill afl lllllllill HI1 A««.U i II Within MM CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAY 28, 1925 . Miill \ 'SCRIPTION, $2.00 the YEAR . ~A the past few years , which has developed 1e country village into city with all the con- Bf a larger place* has .own all over- the Pan- a "good town, one to J lot all over this section *er north Texas, have nadian a one Bt prosperous towns in if not better, ml farms my miles, are those of ind prosperous neonle. ess men to be . . > _ it _ «___ ^rltMlropppra^a'>.■ qU^ry1 the city and county, « is favorable for cat- rops if attended to pro- J large grain elevators ( of the harvost every - families - *— andthe—l. .Hi. ave reaped the reward endeavors, and to-day iWOifiV1 n to old timers. :■. . imate in this :r^ssafsss-.s ily cold winters, and the [the far aouth 'i, rarely lr of any length of -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

■m I ilplll aBHHHpnBW Stll w iiiSl i I fl frVV. i i f lii till ■JM IWF — i CANADIAN „ i:'w.;CT.u ■ GRASSHOPPER US* BfdPf fAi.f.gn | The Bureau of United ( METHODIST CHURCH MONUMENT W11X MAMt_ Bff1,' V#S ATI BUFFALO WALWW attacked on a bridge at day- break September 12, 1874, by «ev< era! hundred' mounted Indians, who encircled them firing con Sunday I School, 9:45. s!f Sill® aft Our Sunday School attendance Department of has dropped off the last two Sun- Agriculture* is being overwhelm- days. We know that this is due ed with requests for information;largely to the closing of school —-—JIPB ■ I ipfavdlraAad sample® of, a and somany.of our|jMldren hay- CpV„r_, „pf in thflI grasshopper disease which cor-ling the whooping cough. So if tinually. The little band took 1 ?l «♦ fl.5n respondents located mostly in sou were absent last Sunday, re* !rcfuge in a buffalo wallow and Uprary rooms May 13, at 9.30 ^xag and Oklahoma, call "funk", member that we missed you and were a^]e to hold thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

ill™ ■SR. Jj ■i County, Texas i || l[ | | BMBj || , 1 ill# ie Osgood Monument Co., of A*.* Imiii th« or. : ' nr &9 nn dpr ,f l* the monument to be rtw the year $2 Q0|ere,tod on the, Bugalo, . Wallow the P u. . Ill iiiiiii oncers of ie post office at ty. who lives" on 6 a '^little mnch^of iV h lis iiH| •* * r *■ Mr. Chase, popular and sue- fsffi rass .I'tig ture by having a Baby Contest 1— Mis,,,™ j" 1 A J I . V Hi IfrlK ■a. ■ '.-day ,,,,<1 Thursday. Vote UBhts. "L PRESS , 4 1. •- -*■ -I ■M , : ' ipwflpfifisliii? NOTICE persons who. are indebted >„+ to me n on tho creek the Cana ' • V . : anVi all iSM'Sil*: WBSHWi 11— L'lJ,. !!? .Was halbDcued mMt, ,, ifef lil ■ ' 1 MR 1 usf'* 1 * ^ ave you s^etHB©.;! ipiilili en tile - .. . * MUM 1 a l! isl sS i ieM ■Asrml^ ca-i fiiliilfeiiiill ■■ i. i ti. ■ r , , , i yuur vviners, irons, ana an Elec- trical Appliances, HOUSE WIR- ING. CANADIAN RADIO SHOP. ' ' : REST_ PAINTS make, a pood ; 1 ; "" 5i BWHi r 11 f it ' V tmgf i A | ii L'^ ■ -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

!¥ > • ci,C fe'i' r&- fe'Sv?^ p;y:,:S K;;'^i<'. •' , IKSS'^iNVI, ' V ' i'&V "/.V- *• "f : M Bur- •' % <, •• E^v-V'' V ■■!< Ibv '.. . ■! ,li Rw' V , «. i; •,, .Aft ■>;'.>K wXk *-''■# Kii; v '"■■! If/;'' ,V;;!:V.,"\1^ "t '• Ifei'li etv.3i'.<,v.i,;j>' £•** f.lrf<i'^ ,ijV mm\r< mih fell l.r -, yj&iif".'i.uiii -. Ktiff- ial- fefi'- ^*Bga. CANADIAN W. C. T. U. Phone No. 9016F2. 21-tfnp. Paxes 138 and 139 of this week's issue of the Saturday Evening Post will tell you about our new Freezer case that we, have installed for your protec tion. Studer's FOR SALE: Fresh Butter arfd Cream. Phone 259-J, Mm. B. 20-2tnp. RANKED SEED WHEAT I SAM and EARL SAY if yoii' M Will book orders now for pure have waited until now to pur- ■ "Kanred Seed Wheat" from field chaw your Straw Hat you will & one mile west of Gem City, also be rewarded, for we have a dan- 2 for a limited quantity of "Win-lay assortment. The B. M. B. S ter Barley." J. W. THIERSTEIN MERC. CO....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

WILL BB sue and picnic is Mobeetle in hon- i Elliot Highway fun© 17 dan 18. be the big day being made to |igg«£t celebration pttndle this year. >n will be held Elliott battle 5S= Incubator chiclu hatched early mam the profitable winter layers. It pays to keep cockrels isolat- ed from the hens until about two weeks before eggs' are, saved for hatching. Sloppy mashes should not be used for ducklings, but they can be more moist than the crumbly mashes used for chicks. Probably the, best breed of tur- Hil bronze« This breed is *he Xrf PI«S;hard,y and in fc,ood demand jxas. Fort Elliott on the markets. established in It is very important that or- , .. M . .!ders for eggs and baby chicks be from all paits of Kiven at ont.e, A„ ba, chicks will be present should be hatched by the last of liem will be asked:April. parly days in the Regularity in the use of lights, feed and water for the poultry flock makes for regularity in egg , - , , production. !k3uK, 'an torn! £i^.™iure bctwee" 40 «* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 May 1925

I ID. ■ •t llSilll alSSWs liiiiiiisiiiiiili a. « i. cone .7 of Texas Wheat Improvement Association instrating to the wheat grower. ■Hi ■ft Ifflliffli 'Irf iSl' ' by using; a bet (i ®« t, June 13 lege, H. B. Bainer for the the Santa Fo. The meeting will ha k.-M in ( •in.irl'aiv on Frinav. be held in Canadian on Friday, •Tune i at 1:00 P. M. at the Pas- will result therefrom. Hemphill County at this time W +h« best whftat I'pmi of nnv Speakers will i] hed Farming and wilf demon.**- w a sure crop raised each year by the use of that all people lntei esteel pe- pie- ful consideration. THAT*803.000 parcels did like- wise? THAI $55,000.00 in cash is re- .."7^7 ■ i, _ I Ues our friend, poor Tony . ■■■■■ I i For boose and fasoline won tjjnix. fit; , He made a short turn to the left. from Ben .Gray is ina ,:;r Il" ; " . . ' Floyd Atherton went to Cana- -an Saturday, to consult a $hyj sician regarding .an injury he sustained last winter in a fall . . st. • ■ •8 ofi Canadla prominent attorney, ...

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