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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 January 1926

br it BANQUET COMPLIMENTARY \ JOINT MEETING OF I. O. a TO REV. AND MRS. E.T.MILLER F* AND REBEKAII? i CANADIAN W. C. T. U. i The second banquet of the T.j Tuesday night the officers am' E. L. Class of the Baptist Church; members oi the Welcome Rebekah was held Friday, January 22 Loiige of this city. Number 1-2-i, | B _ 1U26, in the spacious ar.d beau-'and Odd Fellow Lodge Numb, *" x11*! *■* tiful dining rooi.i of the local■ o-«9. met in a joint session for; Harvey House, in honor of Rev.'i ho purpose of installing the elec-1 Ui\.nesdny the l\. C, r. and Mrs. E. T. Miller. ■" i ive and appointive officers for J-r. met m the par'.ors for a shor: Mrs. H S Wilbur in her able {th<- y^ir 1926. il.ufinrs« session. Invin? spen- and pleasin? manr-sr, presided The fo'lowing officers were miiviP two -outs m°ndirg books as toastmistress. Mrs. Fike very! .dieted: in the I/'nrary.^ More worker* amusingly gave a suitable toast! Officers of Canadian Lodi.:i "i"ild lie appreciated. to the husband...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

1IIBBBM ; v :: ." !'• . , ' ■ ., " !; , SUBSCB.Fr.ON, $2.0 Per Ye Bipi^KiSSli! lfpi.VHP'M « ■HI'iV JL MMMH i HCK B AT HALL :iQi;ew^:'SK riONAL RADIO FADING ppflTOM TmagBv ti . laiiii list il®P|l|ijp|! VERY EN JOY AB1 _ u you u fund time a carload of. beautiful boxes- «« am>oui jaeh made „t vcrv fn««v and oJ the 4,5' .uid fanev jirwl the' ,-olrirs were a tion atatioi «IBIi 0 desii Students of the Unive iity of Texas will hold their a; nual banquet at the Harvey How in Canadian on the third day March. The recrulair date 1 WlPlifM' that hotbed now. A stan- l.-il-.J ... •„ L represented Fancy Bi mm « « - i « •-ninth, ver one day this week I ".UJ , hotbed sash is six ke.s, Covered Wagons, a rr * in T T,n , /1 ^ 2STXIk"h1fi %■* t will be hr |«wMf Second, but the date has beei "hanged this year on account r conflicting dates. A large nu- bor of tpiiSii Is mm j i •« " ■ey; G. L. Addison; J. P , ,> 'p T!!!.: ?"Iy . T W's hrof ty,"'yd?rto'.Tff iion,:consists oi an ex-stucien 1 Tin, Cowa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

mmMmm ^ I 11 ■! IWcWiwirel APP warn P. T. A. PROGRAM Mr. Knollenberg "After taking Hi AC . . .. A . . , , ■strict Manager American Central L«« L| Insurance Co.; of road work 'n everything, in better than for year®. tie Parent-Teachers* plesauwi I tei (signed) W. W. Carter. Adlerika is a sim pie mixture of bucthorn bark, pjycerine, etc., which remove. GAS in ten minutes and often brings surprising relief to the stomach. Stops thatfull.bloat ft® mmm following da tertalnments Any Health problems of the aie® ! l cup sugar, 4 table Spring Term spoon, hot tvateri 1-2 teaspo salt; I cap raisins or dates. ;; Jan. 80-Negro Min- : strel. Cream the sugar and shorten HHi : I k as few women know ing., add egg, heat well Stir in . Brings out old waste- P Feb 11-P. T. A. |1 u „ . '• T. A, Mov- ie sauce and hot water. Add matter you never thought was in your system. Excellent for chron e!ty Program. I,™ .1*,. in. raisins «• 5ram2by Ward"School ®SSi dian Chamber of Commerce add- V.v. « utes to an ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

k,fJ "l/ '^vtl • ,l-'.h ';'- \:m NADIAN | f. C. T. U. | IBIBWWBII—I , the 27th, proved weather lor the Jan ggir*' Meeting. Mrs. {be Superintendent, of lent, called the house ffter the W. C. T. U. id minutes the meet* to the P. E. 0. with Mrs. Earl Jones O. roll wfiB called, responding to their [giving some items re- work of their organ- jjpture lesson was given P. Strader, Chaplain 3. 0. riam Clark, one of the ^daughters, rendered a ling solo, Mrs, Sanders |b accompaniment. )rks read a paper on liclans. Mrs. Carl Stu- Ifrae of her entertaining Mrs. Ben Dorsey read fthe Benefit of Public All these numbers and very interest- rd Iclose of the program. Mordie again presided | few well-chosen re- Irs. J. F. Johnson then K> the library work and lea for more workers at |y merding. A goodly ave been helping in the past month and an e amount of work has fomplished, but there is lh to be done. istesses, Mesdames W. J. S. Jones, Jack Wright, d, H. M. Ramp, George E. H. Snyder, C. W. Al- am ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

<;Vi Ill C V>::' :> • 11 m K if: k ?r^; I O',/ p 311 Jm ANNIVERSARY WEEK ■■ PANHANDLE COUNCIL February 7 to 13 ifM\ ^i( ImW Sunday—Church day: Scout sermons; Scouts acting as ushers. Local scouting talk in each church. Monday-—Special troop mating at 8:15; al! scouts recommit themselves to the scout oath and law. A regular meeting with demonstrations, also have parents {.'■resent. ; : Tuesday—School day. Short talks to .scouts at assembly. Scout.- take charge of the school flag. D*"-rr."n.-tration at Assem- bly. Wednesday—-Home Day. \\ in- dow di.vpiay of scout emblem in all scout homes; scout supper and an evening at horn- with Dad .and Mother. . Thur.-dav ——Service duy. Com- munity good turn by troops. Friday—Patriotism day. Lin- coln birthday at schools; Scouts gee that all Flags are flying over public buildings. At night a campfire programme for all boys. Saturday—Good Health day. An all day scout hike. Emphasize First Aid in field. The week's objectives. 1. A week's re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

_ mSWI :iia ssiiisiiiiiwiH , r jL. iC ' — i'iM glSfilla aPB|ii|p BY THE SE ■MM ' ■ ■■ !■"; ",'1 ^"'1— «a«wffiiliFl"i^W person si booster for van u : H er. Then a Spanjsh_ poem _was given by Ruth JUNIORS! JUNIORS! i'W iNPIIwHp^ rwJL) ——. .«... .■SLrs'iS.": _.—... toe m: Tbef|untorsl 1 e of the amount of work With the Annual the ve given the Juniors of editing the Pana- Hi" Each person in Cat a booster for this boon, l Staff know that you are support- make the iiflPli WR« has ever was a * WHKm ii iliiM -Beat Miami GRADE NOTES Tro°W Miss w1ggin Uegave & good talk on Why JNBJh|$ like Spanish. Regina Johnson gave an account of the life of the life of theSpanish writer, Cenrantes. Ben Merry gave some Spa iAifcia nftilnk « awa loiiivVtarl eii not understood. Then came the best part of the program-Re- n Al' we can >g hard. There are ndard. Seniors, we will est, but don't forget that 'V< . • , . W.::.. •: ^ : ... coach. Watch . „ . ry word to these boys go. They will hav h i mb the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

If !JM,i J ' ■ >M' • i ;j 3'" > i, .' i; ■. - * r:-"" H'Qv ■ t'f5" If' , ' fl'H '*« I'i . i >*.■. }i & V: 51- •' J 1^; I) !'!- 1^1 JJI^• ' ' * fe:" IpfiKW ■Mi THE CANADIAN BBCOBD Canadian, Hemphill Coontjr, Tests | WHATS DOING IN 1 WEST TEXAS Amarillo.—0. V. Vernon, for expanding «pidly in ^wler HIGHER APPORTIONMENT County and the hatchery has b ?ome a necesisty. Col. R. Q. Lee, Fort \vorth> Texas, Jan. 23.— president of the West Texarf; The state scholastic per capita Chamber of Commerce started (apportionment should be increas- C. E. MdKinson. Bditor the past four years manager of , „ M. MeKimson, Associate Bditor the Board of City Development the movement for a hatchery here (ed $2.00 per child for each sue. ' ■ 'here has resigned and will enter I when he delivered an address j fee^]ng biennium until it reaches Subscription price, the year 12.00 private business here. Mr. Ver- 'here last August. : $24.00, says President J. M. Bled- ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ "jnon is vice-presi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

to my IWSIw^PS ere; every kind an ask, a bandit who Is rt the country. A riff who appears to and timid to hunt a criminal's accomplices ;ut .y.h® ^ ,8'. The lie girl he loves is mur- ■M' sates him. There are exciting situations be- [htnfng8 Rider" d is"^>ne pictures which have the d wrote it. surely knowi ling, of romance. The as ■ to rf the tinTe we "ate up' , 'hard-fightingy cowboy. Virgin* Brown Faire nod wOTk arlT Thomas C , Leon Barry, Francea rt Hadley and Mme. Sul- Lightning Rider" will rimaTp art id to do, isn't it? " ■ ■ 9 ■ . I OF CHRIST illar services at 10 to 12 r« Peoples' Bible Study at P. M. Subject: "Victory New Faith. Maida Isen- > leader. lit Bible Study at 7:15 P. rhe lesson will be the 9th, 11th, and 12th chapters of a. E. S. Humphrey is the and will be assisted by ch man will discuss one and answer ons on mm'1 By Safrona d a real Spring sand The larger boys play* The scores were 8 and Ivor of M. K. The smaller ires were 20 and 10 in the M. K. boys. 1 . ly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 February 1926

isffiliilSlii® m wi A nice crov v ■ * , ~ < -i am Dixon has been mov property to his new home The Misses' Aileen ar.d Imo- gens Muse, and brother. Tom, t t. Wheeler Thursday , "^'LTfeehead, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Little and daughter C? horned ^ thC J> S" M°" ind Mrs. Elmer, Simpson is were callers at ;he forehead home Saturday illmmmmmmmm liiiiilii 11 iHfl was a week- ii Hans mm H «w School Dttrict No. « v.no w.l make it a pst,„ already large holding.. ■NlS iSS iPiiiiiiifi WBmmm MMMMH a week-end guest of Mr, Homer Broad us returned friend, €: ™? where he w ___ IMSillliail Hospital following # MMHR picked up three young men from various points last Friday. The prisoners gave the Sheriff the names of Jack Bowers. Mo.: Joe Davis, Ohio; and G. Prewitt. Ranger, Texas. The men when arrested carried an operation of five days ago. Mrs. \ jrgie Hutto.ta and is doing nicely. was shopping in CanM an Sa c. v,,wJLAf r f ui-dav R. E. Mathews, on of R. fc. ueay. robbed on Wednesday robbing the stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

yw\ Sip. RMpSI MMI mmm mmmmmum ifiB iMSMl tuir5 ;LuA CTWiB?LJI iKi ri ,." illiilii imWiSKB mmmmu ilBIISfili ■■b® i!iaMiifiiiifim«Hiifii!iiIMlSIlHiii^^H^* — ., tn,,,T,r—rf-f-—(.,PrTf 1_nu. | ■'' CANADIAN, HEMPHIU. COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FJ lli ■' : ' ' r! 11. 1926 TQI G PICTURES CO THE QUEEN THEATRE ... ■ —*1 SUBSCRIPTION fl ■ i -—aco , j| P« Ye« 8111111 oiTpbodvctws ijijj # \/*v I Wm. Hoefs. manager of the "TO new oil walja wcra added Queen Theatre, who since taking th* ,ory Hacher, Sto- ( TreaB"r'!r* lna^^Mpy"s' that the taxpayers of are interested and *va from me. as State r, a brief report of the if this office during my I* administration, and « informal report at ling of the second year, 16th. I am now giving following statement for tn through the press. charge of this popular plaasui resort has done much towards • , , , . , improving the class of pictures .wing brought to Canadian, m \ for Texas VU Wis MMC Wl ,TOW' r'.dcvelo,,mcnt and pro"ut- Tl" *-*« production for the _ ; y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

II i ■■M iH 1 liill IM'. ■ P:"l —w wwn fc.-l'-.'.w iyiMi'-'.-.i't/. i-'febw.vil iiiiii IIBKillB HBh^ II Ml _ mmtmmmmi HtaHfK- 111 1U illlfll Ilill lilliiilM i hhBMHHP — —JMPPPPPP jljj Hi mBRI mmam m of Everybo 's Dry Goods Co, —Mmr 1 ■ IH HflHi flHHfaj Being ,«|ote40n m ".a Est. , "Tjiy 11, \ ^ jitgagit ARE ELACK aiffiSBfisi ill Earl cc-un re on Miss Thrift in the B. M. ***** r~ T3V — «kv Nor " B. Merc. Co.. window. Hnvt£o :j| correct '* « r«i te: [i S;ri=r Tsr iStamps; ..this .manes five Boo£s:;y , .... - :■■ , •■■ FOR SALI - VEE B. j cf the) . After the First of February the- be*r *met at th; ':;™s :d yo^;l:ii:v;d^l Sho? on a^ssSon Tuesdav J v r ::.ry 'a=.s :: sTUlTU. CAsH. This; 0< johMoa v,as - * Aim !:-iiu^les ius W mafee Mu,«.VneyVes;v ,|nfeyesting meetiisg H 1 H.. Stamps to be gives' z~uy iter take a chance—it will ?£• : to guess. Last' day to rue Wednesday. the 10th THE B. M. k M£ * ."."Ttop HI !|pgp^ iiSPIillfil, ippHnsl ■it MM ^ y * ,: Farmers, Attemior — ings, is Glazi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

MSi I Bi" : I I home of r-——< 'fife wao of which he represents, cond, for the purpose of ip this part of the courtrv Jay be able to receive o ' of the advertising beii t by the West Texi er of Commerce. of his ideas is to arran ilay of products raised rte and make a large dis- .. lf passed all . llllii ■vices each, LordV n „ - regret was i„ .. the circle Bat alt he 10*00 to 12*00 . ■ . ■. ■ is the eldest daughter of Mr. d *«* • * *° -istrsirs ill 6:80 in the evening. i 1 ding cashier who nine inches tall Atherton, of II live feet : 182,000 short. SBBB d. but now Of . one „ expl t • i am Lin of the invisible, are, ^ well known came •i<n 11/iwt u:, i„~1, \as^PZforr:! #if« of the of M„. be studied, e S. Humphrey is it, and went back to the invisible staff, whose UurlliiK K-I|rt.,j ilie mm the leader and Air . cu u „ 1 ha, i mmmg analyze such men, but we know the soil in which they • ... IIBBWHfffHP^Sttle', at. 1 he* j , , ;■ „ i returned from returned Wedn fter a visit ,. , comra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

' L IT mmmmmr1' I 11>j.''"i"'1' ■" ''^' "'■'"' 'i1"'" '' ''<'i Iflllllifi HiSMfl rr7"Srn «! II I' "nil S:, : : r>_i j ii: t H E1 CS^ JfieV*!^i,^Ivl 'l, L , „ 1,1 > i1. 11i | mMM SKTl? '•'JILI ustw fc.r ■ wLMHHii i IS soui'wors ■ I ■ i: I iliilliliffliHiii WlMiimr 2JJBM • ■ M—■ f CA-SAJ>U.> HSG-H La.s t*«s ' 4fcfe Sri tA ^ . MBBU,«' «■ ?#* Sftfe.. ffl"5. ~ ^ ,jj@M^w^BBB '1 NhI B| II11 sal *•** t** 'Jfc* - ■.,,,, ,, , ,. . ■nHH 1. **"• ** 51?!9WhEpI ,.. .mis,,ST i, • "*s..., aejfc,. .--:■ .«is t:-• " iVI^.A ?:i <S I •"""■"■ " '. • WMMMMMBm u fc ' QaKtFFSPi' "mm Az^&riHo, ■ Mi App^Ii. iHiU «■-;.? m hi Civ?! ■ tv ; rrvW r^t m Bfasgy jg. !f: t Iwr^C'r'tptCTS, v =*->.• ~. :*«-? ei* -'.sr. ^^ThtuVi^' i k^|b^S| S&f/eos&fc# Km *~1 ":i*' Mr ... ..-,:t. T~ ■ ■■■ l ias si zna * -■* i LS-4, 1 *JBi i jjjsic i ^ ^g£LjJ ? #.. -?'"' f"f'lA.ffi. "^2,ir^'i. Tt fi !!''' !ri TTt/wT .. iiif, ''fes.1 JSpE1 'Qluoi1 i 1 Tragi- £fr,v . ■ 1' ' : ■' mm! iHlfilli >!l'^C£ ■...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

I presented to the Senate of the United States, on December 8 ■RBBkHftH .... , ... —r? . . lillliill® agriculture urch, address- of Professor T. M ruing eervlcea ical College have recently 12 at Cousins made an on Education ts '.'■L'lSH. i ... pro- the And Labor. A similar to the and the Si! ill Minister waB delightful variety but at the .■. same tiny is kept true to asion. 'ugly in egg production. The Ten Command. HiliiM saon read was Straw" will be one of the music; ed or some other nbers. David Guion iaa'food "equivalent to them There composer who has won in-1 was no money on., hand and the 9. bringing W?o last picture Is ( , is are twisted and ► ■■■p Monal r particular selection to one £kr wo'cJnteTpouud. It was then to the heart of every citizen of that Professor T. M. Moore &ug- the West. |gested that corn silage be fed A young woman who to a dl- the hens. The aiiage cost less reet descendant of the first white ttan one-fourth cent per pound born in the Austin colony and i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

' 't.Vi ij: • V& ,:r,'^W, THE CONVENTION CM l SERVICE Ouudlaa. Hwsphlll Count* Tasks g '1 ■*)} C 9. McKlnson* M. MeKtmson, Editor. CANADIAN W. C T. U. A =oci t« Bdttnf | ■ a>. ^ 3mammimmmamm Subscription price, the year IS.W b "' < The njgular Wednesday meeting Entered at the poet office at! was held February third with Canadian, Texas, as second class - the* president in the chair. After moil matter. i roll call and minutes of previous i meeting. Mrs. Todd conducted the 1 devotionals. This being the first meeting of .the month, the various reports J w ere read. I Miss Gerlach reported an in- >N tereating session' of the City Fed- —- i.the previous week. PATHOS AND COMEDY i President appointed a commit- IN CHAPLIN Great Comedian Seen w Pathetic Tenderfoot in 'The Gold In "The Gold Charlie Chaplin's Rush," called greatest com FILM tee *° arrange for two new trees ito repace those which had failed '.o live in the parkway. Some items of business discus^ ed and the meeting ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

Ills Wm MERCIAL actions; and to help him, through this kriotyledi™ legal entanglements; to develop a ktion assume!! wholesome respect for law and of preparing low enforcement, principles of ilPte their places ethics, and to emphasize that a iciently in the [do what he is not legally bound omlc system to do; to develop the power to reason and exercise good judg- ment in the application of legal principles to business and pri* vote affairs; to develop a whole-, some appreciation of lawa as a social force, through the study of governmental agencies and the associations of men for business purposes; to make the student realize that definite laws govern llf * pury hich n<l t!i)J e":!Db!!S VES< now] sr. . Tel modern In* uced. Witli which are tak- phases of pro- ange this re* eavy one. The equipped to today may find a derelict'-Ml ten years hence has vision and ough to adapt lf to changing problem !;; of ication that will school students of entering the is at least two* must be train...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 February 1926

Sar if fci ■r-* I ■ '• Pv! Pi ■."!'' ft?;:/ ;• fcf;.,. 11> : W,,, B< :■ I?' fei!. tty? m fes life fer.' ' fev te. El, Efs*v.'. , m£- mr Is#: m: m fet SPia^ actus! micro-photo Whtre prep" «s.ii",rj/ tr.tssurt) are diluted ;'. • Ir.i-ler'ii n a drop of milk took hi.f ir.U.' Il'trri jam'.'ury a'f Ipktn ttirre art fna k ""i.'i I !It.i, in milk. Th; v We tpte'.t a.— Iz ■i-.r• NOVELTY PROGRAM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EXECUTIVE Ob Tuesday Oil men are of the opinion, with _____ such opinion# backed by favor*. ^ On Friday night at the High able geology, that a big oil field Reverend K. ^.^"^.niJ a^opiy School Building, the P. T. A. will is due to be opened in the area Texas, will be the pl^ 2J«iy| - put on a novelty program includ- immediately surrounding the City for i i „ d P T A ™6a " Womanless Wedding", of Guymon. Most of the con- Day), for both the morning and^P. T\ A and the S^Mil . /*■•. * i.™ hnvA been flvpning' services. | fleiigiruiiy cntc °'-^M«BI Brother Fugate comes highly C. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 February 1926

|i|| i MH ■11* —IB Hfl sfeii*i i i —-- ! w to>A n v UMBER CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1926 SUBSCRIPTION, $2,( 111 ■'■■■■■ :: ■ ■ iililililiiiill BUiifiKHWI PIIIIIIISSIBI CANDAIAN COMPETES WITH ' itSlaPif! 'ii-V'ivJ", iwi PiBiaii PRICES ON CLOSED CARS nil ■ ill iSsilsii i mm BROADWAY FRIDAY N II F w'"wmw 9 U .i _ I ■■ _ • Ford pas- a material 11111 illliiiil ■ a mm ni i liilil -f T A K 1 S rSS ,;<i u; a!r<tiu 'his weck it U U UUUULUU lor 'iramutttations. I-or sev- eral years she has jriven to the I - I I I Wfflffl i'f■$- MMMIKw 4 v'"< '£tyMW Vf$'• n wiiil DERATION OF i WITT,:. HUMPHREY, COFFMAN1 fop w ,'H • ( AND.WIU.IS MAKE QUAKTBT!k.„V s0™ wi'iniyc onlv in"s<orv ■V ■15 Most certainly rh WOMEN S ' ' : ■ " ' «tf« ,, , .,. „ * T, : ,, of the Fordor &cdan, A I Mfggp •hic;h is dropped from $060 to ;.h;: 31. a r.'duetion of $53. l,„ III 8H8 MBIMin t litill hich is .0 $.',20 and the " SM ; 01 OP, 1 vp? car.s tl ' ...1 1 Car « from the «j and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 February 1926

illM lip ;it|, Will? "MM MMHIH (■hunIS ,1 ■MW mm. LuC6 L O0! £ i;.;.:'': :!.:;i. -'i: i Canadian, Texas Friday and Sat Buck J< in- "The Trail AND GOME "Her Ball Chain" MM following for en- Spring Term: 1 Feb. 26—Miscellaneous Pry- by Ward Sehoo. children. ■■■■ March 12—-Faculty Play a it a « • Til •. Apnl D-Semoor Play. (Continued from front page.) P 'Etm Hu^viHe^c'E'lsvanB San Marcos; J. A. Hill, Canyon: «L,';Marquis, pOT " tM Morelock, Alpine, ant The Will Crow, or write Mrs. S. A Wood, Grady, Ark. 47-tfnp .. ■> ... I May 7-ChJldren*. ei-efta. eietta. oi i Admission 10-25-45 Jj' : isaiiii Monday and Tuesday wnlnllii SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY llllllltts H ■ I mi® . a CI Dramatic Comedy raw ililll mm gw lip jppii HI "After taking Adlerika I can 1 had gas on the stomach and couldn't keep food down nor sleep/' (signed) R. C. Miller. ONE spoonful Adlerika removes full, bloated feeling. Often brings out old waste-matter you never thought was in your system. Ex- cellent for clonic co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 February 1926

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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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