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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1926

ill:! P Ws ? 1 la {mmmmu ® it ■■Hk gp ■Hi IBS WhmMIM I ■ MHfflBfl MM Bfl 11 : - sSli . MVA: ^ l':A^M '■ :■■ . mm Ui Joseph M. Noble. , . 1 v.- ~ " " ar - - - - and Western states in crop «l «| Mr.<*•« * will disappear, and Southern rat- £c,l«"' **!r '^LJu! he. than Western states will iff May Dunn, Mrs. Charloa «. eAM.M no . ♦«. ♦aiA tht>! Arlington. rg Bi„ H I P8, H«tua tJ Marie M. S«He — MMmp Hi « Mt 1 "JAAS^Sl 1 ' 1 -^ASStt >N iii ■is The cold winters or tne *o«n lock up fertility there, the spring thaws find th<- soil neither rich- er nor poorer than in the fall. Here in the South, by neriectln org; and tns is part of a well? rounded program of agricultural progress which if fast remaking Dixie. Farm demonstration wort' home oemenstration work, clu work, and vocational agriculture IS ^tween JaMl Vacant store fronts are not, faced with asphaltic concrete. 'nviilfirtive tr> nntimism Those I P~ +U;*, _____ ,.ir high schools are canytnc sol «nt:nc "owleoge to young an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1926

HI SB FOR COUNTY JUDGE 0. R. McMORDIE. miWWf tint<>■■ > June 27 It ws havi >m thk book ink9i8 -We know that All r for coot to them •ro tho eilM u* _ «.—Bora. 1:18. IC—Pftvortt* Stories Stories of the P - I AND SBNIOR TOP. lotera in Qeneala J AND ADULT TOP- Iiiiirci or tha Book review iiftst always the department of l and by the teacher'n the young people ?s the best method the task of finding Dt teaching of each s,la suggestive of the ' recommended: 4111—God created all nga which are come Stive act of a personal i man In Ills likeness cli means that man eness morally nod In- prll 18—The ezplana- i and sorrows of the on the basis fall of man as re* Me. The prime actor fas the personal, can* ing called the Devil, a free being, possess- if contrary choice, sin man's belief of the God. irll 25—Because the organism, Cats and fthe law of heredity world with sinful na- |ht them that the way Him was through a [typifying the supreme ly Jesus Christ on Cal- leved God, took his #er...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1926

.jxsi'N* , si-rs^. 1 L'.I . 1* '$\V m$i'i Ijljy Rv x ll*1 T, *« . ' ! p)./;'. i:, i,'S-i L' ■ ' • i !J' ]}$:\ "^vV ; i >*. ' Esil Vi f ,■ ' EW ,i. .• ' "„A ' M ' ||J), - Rf,-" . Y i pn " f4v.ll'* V JW$2/'.C gftii'J'- n j ■ ■ ■ ■ *, > , ■>., K' HRMBifrV' *•'' *|>5 '■' ||$^&',rWV?' ,Vl ( ' i'sw Ife; -tr-' RjnC ><< -V " h 1 "■ fe': v'i 'p."; fern vi'^i-v >: Built of Are Value jTHE 3mm WIDOW." BASED is lived amMf royalty and BobJl-jre^ wi^ ! $rfwS?S3fto plrti JtSf ▼ WUe 1 Av im av ikVAvrpv : f TVa anectaealar tone of) ana *0 01 earner prwutuw".,, ^ tj Killed! Erich von Stroheim has such r. SURVEY MADE BY DEPART- {passion for realism that his stor- MENT OF AGRICULTURE j •*., a!way.- have a basis oi SHOWS i truth, no matter how fictional r'rcy nay seen. Paradoxically, this mat. wr.o what become 01 their mode of tray imn* is iw,Z'^ksr^^rwirfc"due! Besides the astounding stoats lOMtlr depicts in * *Hh • bltek Mtto «c«u«U. w.«v«r. a«la booV --=« «l> W thrb.Ihlj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1926

fill® Mi Mi™ Brown S MRU ■ jiDg. Hm <4 "* iUty made a trip to "*•5:; -'timmm jg t illness, Brother Pen- ,nt at^Nota. ' t^tt.werjwt m I.MUI .J proceeded to business— i .T,Tf T v*" «■ •« * beard for two blocks. iRNfiP '•U llP 10 Herme? screamed bin wife. I ail jlMt letting you CM how n li fn«l« to be shaved | y « r«wr that ,,8Ml t0 «barp#a 1 ■ Sf Mr. and Mrs. Ed Galhoun sneni Saturday night, in the 3. a. Ack Icy home. ■ —■....... Mr. and Mrs. ♦— family visited Mr. and Mrs. prL d*r Sunday. .11 urdav nfivkf i I Mrs.—for .11 I „„„ Judge -What wan the complaint T httBlwnd blurbs my peace by get tins up at five every """"jj" looted "^n 'oU f Jud**~Si* «> v hoosegow *L R. E. Wamble place. JS.""'"*'""" w"* "" "• kSlI "A. B. E. Wamble place U^ed Blann have back to this community. Ueinthisviclaltylsbn- ftstweel? ,,oiS*E «-"w' lerydith and Mickey Law- visited in the U. F. Taylor \o SUCH ANIMAL W 1 53SS Mr< and "trc davR VirtKetS SP®1?t SeVeral dajs last week visiting Mrs. nee lb. lppP ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1926

■iSllii iiiliP ffPifil iti I Ik ,. . m § 1 ,1 HaaSl 1HHIIII i of I ,iAH" '|p| It for a townworking in e<H>jH , with the Olney Chamber of ™"p.'n!„a_piff«0 thous " • vt .tow t#a eh the jtlf but on 'MM Arizona's dftaarU. .«h I lH -Ttar1 Tiifi *fow the flntat cactu W A Film Kit they got comfortably settled in girl, as liiM because father's awfully strict. ve to go at 11 sharp.- WMSSS^ I ft AVAR Yw Pill®' j|p«]§^ timid w lad hired a boatman to ferry her (cross a river. "Xo'ih." was tlio r«nlv. "Moh js a. is? brotheh was dro but we found him tb* ne*' day." •':;'i-'ii /V.S1 The Lart Si 5 18 ' "She's always complaining about me ashes aroun" my asnes aroum ■ PULLED O; I : V Th Right P —, _ _ ...... . , ■ . :. ' .. : ■■ . ' ■ wlMI refresh HP cattie. 1. «' <« . Monday, to join Ha wife who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Bader. I HSIt --*7. Mvi«o %>■•*vuiicQi i r leias of more than one hundred bushels per acre are common and the average is nearly eighty bushels per a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

, $ fc'.; i r«i_„ * . "li rfc * .an earnest prayer to the jflterofall good and per- Lion and the law of life st, veal men representing lit " * n things of ■>€C6nd, holding sacred the I of America that have given .... to enjoy real life and ..hers enjoy life. The great- pn of them all is the Lion d not take away it man is king of them all of his body—every appe vn body, the king o I HAD ESTIMATED '' I 1 i1' I I||f V , ill ' < , I Continued rain last week de- Uyed the wheat harvest in this Mcinity, according to reports from nearly every section. Thou pi rted to have been destroyed near Perryton, last Friday night, in a wind and hail storm. John Dorsey told friends here that the hail made holes in the ground as large as mule tracks. Some smut is reported in the wheat, but for the most part the crop in this territory will be much larger than farmers estimated. COUNTY AGENT \ i L, An effort is ben® made to get in a car or more of pure seed wheat, according to Parker D. Hanna, count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

mmmmm mm rim ■*' 1 IMBapWH . i Si i Hi iiiifiii liiilili ' J S«i 16-tfnp rs. W. S. ment. | || .. ' •«« j Friday, Only • At. —- — in to Court House mm Ilfcilialll M , n in* Car; been run I. liii wm r WW 'A\ * Lawyi hundred mile*; ImWwIi irice, 9360;, would take got ious life Pliliiiillllll is wortn an young cows . • ______ : w. L. drama of a girl who Phone 9017 F.4 16-tfnp lage is 1111111 vino- nnrf fl Do you want to buy, nil. trade DR. A G. CALDWE * . ••'j m ; ter. nd several _farms_for it residence, phone No OI and Missouri. If interested -write me at once. T, C; MOORE* Gageby. Texas. iifipisil IISlf^Mii Slillli I ISiss '11 WILL CROW M iSHMHH 2- ^rapnp|g| RilXii EL JBPESl. SL r"' in BSIiliiilif « Bad Lands" Manhattan Kirschbaum Smith Smart tins J. R. ' c?"y wis fill Wfttlr. 8 roles as a famous p. Apply Mrs. P. H. Work Clothes Trousers Best Luggage. liffl ilKUlVl WfiU J. : . . at any time ) FOR lization. ments. See Mrs „ j t .j0n !„ „ t,{. *« c torical document that I iiiiBiiiiiiiif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

S Blilfra SlwwIilSil llli 11 ■■HMhRR ■■111 1 Bllita will ly* :'''TBSSffHM MeSTuft MTWWyS «"• ... ... ... IWSBl l«rrwp« Sis* Tee cm make two small rooms Mint r® adjacent to eaoti otlier «eera • j£§ ,#r«e5 "y using special designs between them Instead of dnurs, w even Instead of narrower wd open m Mai iJHiil LMiffiA ^p|WB||| , IISiltlHili B su I —•— if \ ' ' ! _ gifts ware iniosa. Colo.. ip^n received. Among these were two <visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scad I was afraid to eat „r always had stomach trou towards. Since taking A I can eat and feel fine." (a s. A. Howard. ONE a Adlerika removes GAS an a surprising relief to the stomach. Stops that full, feeling. Removes old l«r from intestines and „ ! mm ... Tm d*n. ■ the ether «ral<! Money talks mia ■MHNMMI GereMlne—Anybody ever iWv speuklni acquaintance with Hp*?"«?11"r- - m t mm Cmretut Mm wife who is i'ord, vis SBM JHHP : -• ^ , ' ' y years " • ■IM d Mrs. George -■ W SSBBH Ann?' iilSiilll "N«. mum. oi j.|Si look | is visiting Mr,...

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

lis ■1 IH mmKtmk mhm iiiiiiiiilS Tex,,! the woi*. The tusk was . . M mmsmr U. S. Sam Houston, if™ IpiBipM u Texas —I J"TTI *'ou * ™n of the «th Corps Area Fdltor and mum+a* I. .. B /«« r of parli cast M §21 f I Jiililiilii 6SM8 MB MMfWS'1,1 •t tin UM VkHCmfeTma _A bom interested. I . ttMHV Hliiii is necetary ae the 0 ® PP! tills II " H. Nob !re* 1 i! 1 I II wh0; th.i.!./e8r'th®, <?««- geology now possesses two Marie ML N j bone, a tooth tusks. a t Sill. Ok!a.; Ft Logan, Colo Ft. Huachuca, Arte., Ft. Bliss and a number of smaller MiwSSffit iliiSi .. ilifii est Office at MMHMMiH TVm, Bllllfflli HBHBmBHHBMB ■■ ( j ,r 1_3W miiii! = 'LAG? , and all sorts of fire hazard n<! inn nasaroa; a ~ hut II mn mmm it must have, in With ,th* Fourth ^ wr coming on suitable water supply a; !Lnd5;Jhi i InH - It is not breaking the , however, to hang Old Iffllflll nyRHBRH about the e on j;'sj t f medals and prizes ' The Military Training Camps ^^IWaiinationalorga-1" tion with headquarters in go. h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

lit® m _ UNTV JUDGE - ■ '■ ■■ litil HHtt ■ E- Mils ft liiil! Wm! AND DISTRICT CLERK f. |.,riTZWATBB.MP.O-, MjJ R. C. JACK) , WMfm N w pn r i i1 1 ti fln owner of the Northeast Quar- ter (NE'/j ) of Section No. 45, in Block 41, H & T C Ry CoSur. vey in Hemphill County, Texas. That on September 2,1907, An. ,UC h ®aVaP ,and °* N. Savage First Clubinnti-~Oofj(] man, you look u« the I ENSLAVED IN B8VPT MHl ® 'i! &K'c-I w"c'"«a Kin. .■ {mediate and benior top- •I OpsrM ed by ft DMPOtte 1 executed a deed to George Caylo;- t i said land, retaining therein a Vendor's Lien to necure the pa- ssi Has'* H Second Mtto--I h-hs "Great Scott I Why mail i-tnlil me it w< cur 1 h-bdiight last wi;dU? The s-salea> —■ '-'dw it would Mast a Mlfe- UNTVTAX ASSESS SI ' I'irii SllM „er„ Oppmelon. h. incrMM of th. Cho.cn Seed E. F. CATTERTON )R COUNTYSHEIUFF been placed on record; pz^r^; the payment of four -*- " A young man who bad a , —#■ — flirtation* flim'-ee wrote to a rival, thins. syi iLi H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

ilif 1 j • : 181(1 $ IilSlS ■HBHi ftiiiiiiiMllili ■■■PS il I mmmj I I iipPM bbbbmmmb I 'SSSm^j' - I KiEll ~~M Ainw „,Ui uk Fin ■HMMWMI ',:. - ■ - ■ Silli I I I 11 11 , , ' 1 1i1 II as m jfflrali PplM WMw wiwai Saving Stamps it brings the giver. |1® %''{' . ,i If ''V IISII I fSBl 'li/jr1 I ' , | 1 pHi BBl fip « ■ S 1 I , , Sometimes the salespeople will forget to ask you to take the stamps, but at the same time it's the desire of nt of the stores lb** you get the stamps on each and every purchase so olease call for them. See the nremium* •* Th* F*.V ailiililil HaSwMfc i)mden<MBMHIaM6^fcveMjMiM^Nn. ^aving'|Sta4p ;,!fajrlMvidends you cap secure with GOLD BONDfiliS Stamps. Ask the following CANADIAN merchant)?; for GOLD BONO Saving Stamps—Your Dividend. H III 1 i'" > ' lliili liltll S^i il 1 ' i'' ii 'i i 1 imi ! ilia , ri II Mh iniin THE FAIR STORE Clothing and Dry Good.—Phone 245 CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. The Reliable Store-Phone* 81 & 250 ■ THE CARTER TAILOR SHOP 111! Phone ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

s ;«MHi|i wEza Its food IHpijl^^lijijiiiS ■■ ■ Delco-Light sya *UBB ' . for their home in Ok- Hu vity, after a visit with unfortunate sparrows ■ " wBtm the taut two Ha* and r<«d Dealer—Too ow« 18 for eats, Mom, and " M| " hcBrd «",pP" * Id June close Saturday noon and will be closed pay me I'll nave Ccohelme^an^Ab'U11pay yo!nSa*SJ anco o' do «8 Jeit as soon as IMilm Shefr m Bird Jtl«0. day. tftljtt uj. r lends here. Isilliiii E. J Pickens are JJi'f; A; B Curtice and daughters ■ ^ a tree could bo named, Charles Pra a newspaper, three Hub—I Just hoard the a latins lo the bitchea. Sba's a «£ •* . for a two ooW la the dd i"j y, tiune 26. of a Ger- mmMi iMSlBISI cut down at 7:86 t m'1toh"'l<!S °f ll>rely b<<I?l"'eads I 'rh« trees wore swiftly barked i , .. m She may he a esc no coob. a roll of paper wan IM liHii -Mf iind Mm V* - _ sde oil —r JH All se he does not get the bou Mother does. This talk Howed by a prayer. Two "Show Your Colors and ry Song" «ere aung.with 5 88®iB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1926

1 Si || ill IBS ■1 si i II i i lltiltl Sllllfp IBIS i •i. ■h... I BWB8 ^ lig vHU m Milllpi B||! I t M, ■11 Willi 111 Valuable 111 Shade I l{!im fj!\ Trees Available CHINESE ELM WILL BECOME POPULAR IN WEST TEXAS IS BELIEF The Chinese elm at present gives promise of being one of the best trees for shade and wind* break planting in west Texas ac- cording to R. E. Harper, assistant director of the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. This is a new tree first introduced a few years ago from China by the of- fice of seed and plant introduc- tion and which has been tested out for he pasit seven years by the experiment station at Lub- bock. Recognizing the merits of this tree and its adaptability to the western part of he state, the station has during the past five years propagated and distributed some ten thousand trees of this variety in widely scattered areas. Only favorable reports have been made on the performance of this elm from the various places it has been tried throughout the I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

mtmmm I®w8iiil — mm Klllxi ■■■ :m \ ■ --JW ■ ■■•. ■: j.---!-.--'-:/-M.• .;.■... ,. , ........ . •■■..., ■;■■>■ CANADIAN, HEMP] Ifltilfli J:, *iV II n V R IQQfi . i HH SUBSCRIPTION, * i 1 S (i hhif 1 . h "jil1" T-~ ■.. , t , "Ti'i HHfcmr hom' The largest~regional Chamber hfel'twrM, mr FOB JUNE 30, on «f G. W. Fry" of Abilene1; ■N^Ordm Take Cas^ 1 Kssa;« WHEAT POURING IN started the fund for this purpose by a contribution of 8B00 Mr " . „ .. contribution deposits in Canadian for June 30, totalled M .59, with the .Canadian with. WOO,- the First National Bank tag officers of the . and the of Commerce'and of th- I Rnnrl a„ '" J Band announced this contribution. The S. M, Swenson "JZsrs.*. '= & Sons i 11 : • of this ' site and have executed to the West Texas Chan,- eld by the the deed of this section of lhe site is locat- . crop, an, Mas ISfil . e wheat will be [HI make an i the hea vicinity o . The • * the Panhandle is the pre MIKES 1^7. ™ ection. )A OQnafiil anftmafoK to raise $3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

lllllliii m '3#?; \\ A <' t . : f ■ mm ■L i: tow: mm tfp l|P 'i • - HI n QKEME .Canadian, .Texas .'■ I '(Tnars^ajr1 Only i|| liltii JULY 1 Betty Compson & flKMMft'tt' y■"Eve's Secret" V Betty C -rr.Tje'..-n. cc.ic and charming, is the ap- ple of every mac's eye; Jack Holt back to a mo- dern role, is her jeaioas, hot tempered; lover.: Two: big stars and tiro hundred star moments. Friday Ml Saturday JULY 2-5 "Charley's Aunt" with Syd Chaplin Here greatest comedy. The IliwWK^iie a mSlraSfflfrP ©f ThS||8|| "ta% mak^.jdto #the * by a saossand ^jgHHSH arioas entertainment and ,h!as lofsferji1' before offered' W^s Aunt" bnn^s *. ~j Jy'v-. , This is-the world's fan-' E.lest: set It is i§ iaagh so gBji || 1 *t. see is. Also Comedy Scienific husbands Sfor 'ay and Taesda- ! JULY .>« Hoot Gibson RMHMMHM "Spook Ranch" S pocks :n white robes girls—gun firing—gallop- horses—and Hoot' Gibson doing ris damdest * - =ofere the ieep. dark | r}2:#ry _ it^|SS|||p| G|bsrini ever, you never •"saw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

PllSliilB U MSI li® 1 mKKKk ■M:i BOTH WRONG A dispute arose between two eld la- dles •■ to the Him of the music tht S"4 *M Said the first: "It's ■PiiiiM from The Ma sterling* "Rubbish!" declared the second. "I would think I know the Prelude from Lohengrin' when I hear It." As neither would give In, No. I con- sulted a notice hoard. "We're both «he announced en returning. "It's 'Refrain Prom Spitting."* to.;« Ypkley. if in tiie hos pita! for treatment. Mrs* Parry Hazelwood Is in th* Canadian hospital. * . Una Atkinson had hertonsils removed- at tlie Canadian hospital Mrs. Piekens expects to return to her home this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Jackson at the Canadan hospital Monday, July S, a son. A movement is under way in England to have eggs sold by weight instead of count. Anna Louise Whittaker of El- Dorado, Ark., Is visiting Miss Car- ey Lee Mathers. Last year they v ere chums at T. W. C. at Port- worth, Texas. JMXD BOUMD Mother—Little elster Is crying, Ge and aee what she...

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

i , iii llfcpii m ^ .1 «a' — , ■ sh flMpbtti Crafty, tai « B ffliffiiiiiiwj IWWHWBIIIWI rnmrnmmmmmmm iillilll li® MP$I. ill® 18 iiilll as®!«?}« ! ; iiu"'1 ">' jy 1 , . •'«* '« om« .. TIIM, i« HlinHHH IBliiiiB P#M iBiii — ipISBB ^'ipIaw" wk luwnv! mmmm ***"* "®—*w-**• « of new species of fish heretofore, tit-n n:w en route to northwest and Pacific coast regions, headed by Profit* :r Car! L. Hubbs, cura- tor o? pis of the University of Michigan zoological museum. A fljpecfal designed Chevrolet t*he "S"r° iVotors1 coijS i. IISS used bv Protest* ihe H y«r I ( 'M Old SoJ—Oood S AdvertisingliTthe tt!uf tfrn of the public as te. who yw. m. f iMP^T« man who has nothing to offer the world in the way of commodity or service.—Elbert Hubbard in, tht Lynn County News. mi iii ■,m -. '9BfmMW9iV -*• ®wl H *< mrn^l wtoi Yr_. fcon. :? being used by Professor fwb0 klcke<! that rr.,,t hare an edu -OJZL ment and members cf his. .part from Ar;.-. Arbor. Mich., the hon cf the university, to vario...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

mmmmm rowiCAL ANNOUNCEMENT* COUNTY Itun, P.U. UMI •chant*, Meoillr B!bl* <5 dtNWbt I >'|I " 1 ' 1 l. w—tw Ww mp r UatPB.> in for July U •IIL0HOOD ANO BOOCA. TION OP M09BS TBX9—Kxodua 8:1-10; Acta ,« TKXT—Train up a child ir ha should to and whan ha * will not dapnrt from It.— IT TOPIC—Tha Daby Moses. . tOPIO—A Ltttla Olrl Kalpa. jIBDIATB ANO 8BNIOR TOP. Bine tor Llla'a Work. I PEOPLE AND ADULT-TOP. BleMlnc of • fUllflous Horn* is' Parwntage (▼. t). hither and mother were of stock. Being from the Mine y had a common bond of In- id sympathy. Amram had the Igment to choose for a wife a rho possessed sympathies and la harmony with hla own. ji Birth (v. 2). illdrea were born to Araraiu d beforo Moses—Aaron Boweverr Mosea was the that hla mother waa assured ie the deliverer of the chosen There whs something strlU- |t this child which caused her b that It was sent of (lod. She he was a "goodly child." In , speech (Acts 7:20) he as- at the child was "exceeding i fair to God. No dou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 July 1926

a AD! AN weekly meeting, June rtit presiding. Mrs. .acted the devotion reading, etc. Asking "Why Do WH| ,B many reasons, and Prayer was repeated Roll called. [ordie sent in her re- assistant auperinten- ithers' Meeting, stat- 80 on account of ill has given us many is for which she has of the Union. The pointed Mrs. Cureton ace. and all who^iave Jady's inspiring devo- rent prayers, and ex* rs, know she will be issistant to Mrs. New- . we hope to have with id whom we have miss- /eral months. The re- the time was spent!« oks, and which we will •d Wednesday, July 21. ,.ing day. [others' Meeting. W. C. T. U, Fund •y 1, 1926 to June 39, ih on hand $ 7.59 ived 47.60 ft.00 from Bldg. Fund 33.00 | -$35.20 bmctery Asso— 10.00 Irs - 30.25 $75.45 fly 1, 1926 .$17.64 M. B. Isaacs, Treas. if Bldg. Fund, January une 30, 1926: ih on hand $380.91 for use of Bldg. 21.05 tides 8.60 _ 2.00 .$412.56 $ 36.00 ight -13.50 CTU Fund 33.00 r school essays 12.00 jndling 1.00 ulbs 1.20 30.20 r IISlMi fw Glass. ...

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