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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1926

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1926

JtlDGE ITEMS gins visited Mrs. L. B j^ek. _ is" making plans for bpper September 11. oline MlcFatter was Canadian, Thursday Ifi Shannon and Miss !spent the week-end |er. Mrs. E, W, Crowder r boy born July 27, He Economics Club met jayl.'ps August 4. Nine .lid two guests were he club decided to dis |s meetings until Octo felicius watermelon was bach zephers jo. Browder is holding letings at Washita this s. M. P. Rogers and oalstivAa 'of the folks from here jhe rodeo at Shamrock, [and Saturday. Keiper came home last \ to spend his vacation parents. Mr. and Mrs r I J Mrs. Bert Ealum invit- forty of their neighbors articipate with them In I The fish were plentl- |generoua supply of ice H jiton iKillian is the highway L I ' | ! I bible and A. H. Tandy red to Mississippi last gtijg w fry on Wolf Creek was r Notla folk Friday sv ■MPHIIH PARAMOUNT VIMf IS m A WOMAN PICTURE The Paramount picture, "Sack* cloth and Scarlet," produced by Henry King. director, and featur- ■MR Tepry and a promine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1926

' 1 , f ... f* ■ wmNmm mi Bfltft SMili v1'■ ■■m !* f!'> I' Iffill Hi eve ■I - —■ • ^ 1 spurs in her .. _. ... , . .. 3 him around the lot ; . ... Tl ... "eCCSS"ry —" — - iiiliill WW— v MM® iwJMl 71 iw Saff38 9 J ^ I iiiwiWiiii iiiiiiiiii ■ u- saver. Itfur- .. .v_ ^ . .. rushes the new, the swifter, the better, die mod- Our Special New Lense Has Arrive ffeifatapilfeiW v "fa"tS- ^ " rC" a"d Work and Satisfaction Guaranty .. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred i. ,, lllpi oved into the best in history and claim t have the greatest of trained wi! . rlay by noted European and Am- erican «uoet irfaitfe h Young left .... .. . . for Denver, wher II IL { Illlil HH «■ Sfc; ,rMon,{ l" tanaarrrr ,™ ■ -nBB is tailored into every smartnessin^very °nre°f t^3?0 pa.'- icixk,. « Siy« for every figure saw yoi^from five °to ten pafipiiiwiM • cplar&'Ti'^v.F V''^?-.|||ii||j^|||| An inspection oi tin u « q « j \ 1 ^ <■ ' ")' « >i *1 * >J \V\V^ VI ■11 . a. mA 1G^ ^.^.1 4 I aIIS bilding «U Some improved pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

IBs m % , 11 fe il ! ■'*'* • HhHIH MJMBER 34 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1926 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.60 Per Yea* Teacher^li Announced CHILDREN'S HOME REPRESENTATIVE HERE ICHOOL REGISTRATION 1ST 27 AND 28, PROF. [sanders SAYS ration for the high pupils will be held at the 5ool building Friday and August 27 and 28, from [to 4 p. m. each day, ac- ta E. G. Sanders, super- It, who has arrived in to get the school work for the coining year, landers has lived in this for many years, having Bred on a farm near Gem. past three years he has liperintendent of the Hig- fexas., schools. Mr. and nders are residing in the formerly occupied by Su- ndent Gilley. of the teachers employed in the Canadian schools ninp year is announced by nders as follows: Duncan, A. B. Simmons ene. principal; Miss Eppie B.. West Texas State College, of Canyon, in in English; Miss Lor Sruce, A. B., West Texas Teacliers' College, of Can |tin and mathematics; Mtes et Parsell, Colorado State laity, of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

1 lllll * ' mm 'Piv mm a ■ 111: !«, PROGRAM QUEEN THEATRE Canadian, Texas Friday Only Mill AUGUST 13 "That Big Cirv.114 j'jKc'iu ' ( , Hoot Gibson in Ariz. Sweepstakes The most popular west- ern star on the screen in an exciting fast, furious picture that has a whale of a thrilling cross-coun- try race. The greatest race of the Century, with a daredevil Hoot plunging his way to victory in the most amazing, breath- defying jumps elbow each other in lightning-like succession as the wild- cross-country dash speeds into a galloping, hair- raising finish. It is a high-powered action sto- ry that gives the King of all Western stars, his most exciting opportunity for spectacular riding Fortunes change hands on the results. Men ar® made rich or poor over- night. Dont miss it—the most hair-raising ri it ever filmed. Also the Fos News Around the World in Pic tures. Aisi>; a Good Comedj- Saturday Only AUGUST 14 "Men & Women" with Richard Dix A story of women and Wall Street, of dancing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

',;LEASE9 |ij|and |g| ROtAl® f^ ll§ ■ JlMfrr M PROPER j§ ^PpW^ andH RANCHES MiMM^pilVIBut On the SPOT This Company is now drilling-the Hoover No. 2 well—5/2 miles Soutli East of the City of Canadian in Hemphill County, Texas. Phis location is most favorable on a symetrical structure lying between the Canadian and Washita Rivers in Hemphill Countv. D, A. Witt, for 19 years a resi- ^ °f Canadian—you know him and he knows you. Canadian has always been a good business town and a fine place to live. Central Park Addition A high class residential district in the veiy hear: of the (. t \ of Canadian front- ing on the main thoroughfare, State High- way No. 33, leading into the City from the South. j Canadian's new public school now oc | cupies one block of this propertv and sev ,n r (Vlr, I Businew has more than dou- ! eral °f ^ dty'S fi"eSt res!dencesn are 10 I he Indian O.I Company holds a lease j bled in the past 30 days-housin* ' °n vanous blocks within the addi on two thousand acres co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

■■■ , m SHIMi more family units will be add- '^fx P^TliKE' roOTniate, arc ei to Canadian, in tmK to take PER LATEST MIX I "Jj[;"itlng Millartf8 parents, Mr. Th,'™ STtobe'Tust "The Everlasting Whisper" and Mrs. Ed Humphrey, imhhi a —i1 —■—■■ Richard KfoT"!? grocery store ' t< next hRHI JMfgl ' I I I ^ I* LvvSSZ:- - , member - AmMP XAS^vD|«^HR IrH 1 '■ ^hhb ' ' JB mmmwM Jle says the .sooner' these new fWflfl fiffl efif Aiif fV/i fflBilS M-KWHWIUW?* U'tfiW planting mam enefit the eommuni IN NEED OF A DIAGNOSIS? "** " * Roads wV5oMTO£ce,wiD . . * LiTn«i?tSs,t i# tceply 1 ™^ts>P*?l?h. Benul I I vm 111 pMwBiiMlraMiB'*'!1 , IWBaaMiawiSSgWm * -4 SeSl ™lIrl* illllKlli®^ ' i! i "fl ; A V Does your telep! IliKillPw A ought to have? VI V TV,* 1 *' ♦ Did you know t ,:'!' i' y . . v /1 I £ ' : .1 I I I HONE COMPANY * _ jliiill WHHH iu?w th|s^ Tf mm >1 """*" "' muMai n mi m W «4| «• «ia OK. ♦ F* to the scenic regions of the *T" . ■■n si Ute 11 i JMi| llflisiKi I. ;■ ■;'', 41 1 mmmm ^rn-'m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

WBKm iisaiiteyiitwiri. i mm •i tt M iHiMMiUiiai i CITATION iwll You are - mMm ■■nldMHaHliHi HMD Shaw, nsP A . nn ' !S.on for^August 22 C.oi W. L. Cain,°and J. H Call,0"™ Plaintiffs, and the Unknot illii® Heirs of J. W. Cain, he Lord is and nnfAM, . MSB ffiPFWH ww In the name wii I, iiii! iiplial env T,ha,t i ^\n ^ is?cs'at,? s all-sun I - . ilia does cent ops in t Us sovereignty. ' lliiiwili no he , , ' , Bl to II! ni, <le of mid "hove ever «- S?..a':LLw,-,J;i,PaJ,nLal! ad«llts, that Mattie Can, wire or • .■ ?„'• 'I;|S Uf°,01i t I am," "Jesus Christ Is the ' and forever este: dny The name K ^niplete stock to take. ■H same. anadmn, Texas L A- D. 1926. Clerk County Co mmm CLUB \t the close of an afternoon ...... ;. . J;:.v lIlWllfllWiM Hi Ml® ese art and its development. Roomig made a talk on Chi- HH m has ISfflEil many A a V *1 «,.« Wler« * hi till of H County, conditions are sometime flontnttol'ilA Ka/innca a? IVa t«n« t .as as in ■ .. '■ deplorable, because of the many Will be g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

S8ITA WINIS L for last week) fservices at Washita Sunday. Wheeler visited |een Moore last week. [airs. Walter Welch are parents of a baby boy. Mrs. J. A. Wheeler ay, with Mr. and Mrs. i'Mrs. Browder and son yday night, with Mr, Arthur Curnutt. | Avis Markharo, Lily I Anita Moore spent |li Mrs. Ed Walser. I mX T. C. Moore ar- |eir home late Sunday night, from a brief trip to Ar- kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Morehead; Mrs. Burden; Mary Lee, Eliza* beth and Paul Virtres motored to Hoover, Sunday, to visit rela- tives. , | NOTLA NEWS iurday, on account of his wife's illness. Leo Gerhart Arnold and Fran- cis Good visited in the W. F. Taylor home Sunday. Later they visited the oil test accompanied Lois Kiziar. A good rajn fell here Saturday night and Sunday. Several in this community at- tended the circus Friday. Miss Lois Kizaiar of Spearman, if visiting her brother, Otis, at Notla. W. F, Taylor and Otis Kizziar made a business trip to Perryton, Monday. The Wamble test was spudded in Satur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1926

$«§w IMI1IS8P® 'iMW iiiWliBi iiiilli Ta tfc* _4„ ^ . . Greeting: ;s v! mm® You are summon the unknown heirs of Katherine Brown, deceased by L.n KaJ..., J " * making publication of this Cita- tion once m each week for four r.iiocpssiv^ wpnk.4 npovimia tii ths paper published in your County, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in the nearest County where a newspa- per is published, to appear at the nest regular term of the County SB!"" ii„, l. 7 The Celebrated Une of Neuer VBros. Sausage Meats, including J iMinced Luncheon, Regular Bolog- U ft® Boiled Hams. Frankfurters, WKLmmmmmm ® I ' Jat Studer's Market. They are Mr. and Mrs. Tom berry made^ seasoneti. and bear ' " ' ,,M' their; good quRi .. i ■ i; r,!|l.L' ' -.-J;-- lii fSMlls HMMHMHI r r re a lei.en 01 onuuiua, j was here on business, last week. ■ Fresh Fish on Thursday and Friday's at Studer's Market, Miss Bernice Murphy spent the vce" ' * ' if! - I at Grimes Dn* Store. | ^Clar All^vwa^in' Speannm ,UWW>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

< iwN llili*, L_ - III' )?l" M :§:S PMPKni SilftSfclii ■iiliSil ■,:J IllliMi mmmi NUMBER 35 * S1P1ISS CANADIAN, H|M£ ■MM Ny-AI iiaS®!!iifeiM ||« IMMralfi® — * !-., : PPIIi^il|;:|i;^BEK . , NCAMPMENT SUNDAY i b DEMAND FOR HUNTING lililiBi iliilB LICENSES n The rush for hunting license ilkfrftn.,nist'U"t(^".vii *"■ e UNDREP:jMSwt ... * tjgPECIAL^ jvMto ;ass||>a chicken season September 1. Five . J .„ , , V towns & . Bfll camped on 1 1 Ml , J , "°y * m i , b r,r,M l"Kr • Vlh Pnad'an f.a™,ies- Rain of MOVEM . I-':, ess and professional men ens a • m an W«"WIWWWPW«ww(WW muddy- but,.Sui Prairie chicken are - Okla., their wives f rt f ft, r MSE i .fn ."tT.club, st,re ■ SBHraHHl an pen are going to take advantage of il. /. , i, , ~i a good fellowship tour of pSg^iwa efch intersection. Members &jr.£" «al!r? thTThG as and Oklahoma panhan season closes Septen.be msss Hi . '.' 1 mm ' ■ '<.,s'., . .1 . ,. as in charge of Joe " "'""" 111 fc' in """ '.n MMR ifflHi HiraE«« Pwigf il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

BBliP ■nmi wmm iisjs cotton ■ j. , | .1 i AUG ill : tt* ■ ■. MfuniiH MMi ... imSEIJW «p...nte„s,wk ...,H °"k°TuM> Bui ■ : ^ WiBS IIIIIJIP ..a '..■■•■ IIIIKIIKI DR. A G. CALDWELL . • -IT ■■ 1 IVpnrinfwpnninfi'anvifKinrpmofits ilwi Physician end Office at residence- nhon. No ifSSiiBI , * cotton land for sale] llilfillllilllllil nance to the Cattle Coun* in Dawson County, Texas at $l\ llwill IB r% %- ' t: V ■ per acre. Cash balance on easy 4AHmn A T Uf!nt>fT IUAUWV — 111 ~j I llilililiHlil terms. A *J. Winkler. Liberal. Ifs«c SO.Sfn! the Son of a Cattle Baron, Hp Kans. 32-3f p j ■ but what a wallop of a ■ story. ■ f Also Fnv \W<1 FOR SAliE—Five room house iiiiili 'Al-F-N-' mmm. ■ « t If f d« V fcf SALE—640 aeres iii Seetior wiiiiii ©SlmRffl Sat KlliilSl Illiililll lilllP , „( «r«n-™PM. v .v. L E Door iiii - by James Oliver Curw t« ' * Canadian With Js • mm -1 1 | LOST SnniMvhpr* «n Mob*, J iHMHHS ... j i • wi SlliSwfililfl M wn rraw^rrf niflfl l«rf ■ veen Crawford, Okla.. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

S1 o. (r; r. ' I'>'t^. si ' 1."X \| . .|lf % '' , (oWj « " ■ri'Mf1' 'I '•> *' J * t|i \ ' ( , 1 '( I, I | f tS&fca. ^ v„ with Dan at The Spot. grt Uske was in Wichita, last week, on businesB. can afford to buy a Ford. . ,1. V. Whaley left last [for Washington, D. C., for jitha visit. McCIeary of Washita, was jinaditin Saturday, transact- lusiness. your properties with The fctin Stewart of Kansas City Accepted a position with the House Lumber Company. « E. H. $nyder and sister, JRoomiff, visited in the R. T. fender home last week. g, \v, A. Lewis has opened a Imillinery store in Canadian, |n a* the Band Box. s Mary Owen of Cheyenne, , has accepted a position in First National Bank. Jy a Ford, it will take yo 4 ■place. L Charles Tubb and child- [together with here , sister. David Switser, left last week (Chioaprri. , i JAMBS SHOW BipftB PIUDAV EVENING whTJh «m? ?r08, J«88e James which will bo here for one per- formanceonly on Friday, August is said to be one of the best! «i'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

■a ■ !■ I ■■ y V l" T H B C AN 'A, fyl1 A N R EC OR D Canadian, Hemphill County, Teas Joseph ML Noble, Marie M. Noble Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Subscription rates for The Record are: The year, in Texas, . - Outside the Stat© /.• |||lM • • • $1.25 must be paid imdvance. No subscription accept ed for less than six moniths. All Bntered at the Post Office at Canadian, Texas, as, Second-Class Mail , 1 1 . 1,1 , Matter. li / ."i'1' , Help Keep Canadian Clean' NEEDS WARNING SIGNS Several accidents have been re ported recently at the junction of the Gem City and Aniarillo roads, south of Canadian. In nearly every instance a tourist was one of the parties to the accidents. Automobile owners in this section are aware that it is advisable to slow down at that turn, as it is impossible to see around the curve due to a hill that cuts off the view ahead. A small danger sign placed along the road at either side of the approach to the turn would help to warn tour- ists that they should ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

JB8 and itie e , jusi .JSjM I'• ' . Sy rfL, « | By l;ii k advertisements intents By n.o^ing. OL ■ payment of debts. By suong nations oppressing waker ones? The Ninth Commandment (v. 16). Herein Fail Not} and have dm said Court, at its afore- said next regular term, this writ with your return thereon, show Side Tex assisted him " Claude, Tex,, assisted him. Miss DOrothy Gerlach is visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r.pnro-fl Oerlaeh. Miss Gerlach ante, Given under my hand and t!w Seal of Said Court at office in Canadian, Texas, this the 11th ■ AMM Ml . i i. This summer sh« has h— S Sam Gordon, clothing merchant of Oklahoma City, who recently HgSHHelri Hibard's L was i« MMMMW ! dian, Monday, on business. ' 1 1 ■; 1 command ment ^nay'^e b'rokeiT 8* . to falso- Big""™"'"' " the name of By slander. Count /#«« By tale-be (Lev* 10: iawii if Hi mm • By creating a false I •I . - I a breach o V ffgp ■Hi gfMII . 1 ; —^ liwii y. , y recomme who la of honor an I far It. ; \j, -.;L ■'l, ■ e Ten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

ifcS* . w v ■ ; , ' ; ,1 Sip|iipS«*** i iBn illl l)i llfliillffl11^! WllilllBHIill iphh mm ISgMipiMl ■CWHm Hi TO daughter, Maxlne. of Ceiina. Tefr ™ as eame lost week for a visit wt. I'Vi i " * * —Y„ 1799 tlTwht Hou":! WCAGBBY GUSa'nTnGS * • * ^ *•"- -ts own refrigeration system.! ......... ... O'Neal Jones, second son o wjto j|k locratic prima.y will be held in Texas Saturday, to decide the run-off for toe the week- ilectnt ^on"" SJTT.'aSi ?££ 82- * • «■ Hicks spent Monday ; • '> « j, copper finn. are: was installed in T, ^v~„ ,nK. '• seem* to bp improving nicelj. For Governor- residential ice box tl'e m i! i iiftenioon Dan _ Moody of William, .n hia time'-' ' 9 timt. slilsiii ... iiifiiiifi ml SI ity. : ' ' '' i : .r ™, ■II X 4 ■■BIH of Wiishltn iPPIHlPi? mMEM scattered all over the c^-. The mmmmm The Beats. D< n tl e Polli Vim'H i„t„ lt_„ ,l on Mllav ty. ' - J 1..1. ... _ ' ^dt^ndVtt - l" 1 iWMWWMBi J. Ii. BaH of Fannm County. ■ ... . . , 23?it,th st0,r8 ,M,d,ng dow" The fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

... Lest Wee fili^i'1)1 ||< l ,, w, , kthcrton is building an bis sto bf ice. --- ■. ■■■ utting down ,yw v«. .. 7 „i„.i .«; .Cliurcn ! <""*?* , n«>. ren left 1 ■■ mmm WmimifMi f ««K> mL ■ . IBill ■ u 1 " * «v Wott.. 7 I a farewe «™;. T a.in. \ wrmon «t Ject ^ move to Ft. Worth, where nl a"?n0t^r _m,en?Jerl0f .th? iaiK' attend V. WAIIO W„ MMMJ |LJms« ilill' i /J s i f1 iii III BISIIIB children are vWtin* their par- «™ «*• u "« ■* mam , ,, " ' wife mm vilj take Op her school :nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Moore. I work aKain singing party will be 39. Everyone is invited SB sSif § Illlllillil Ml —T— Watefcwnrfc RFPAIPIMr P « " ■ ■. ■ ■ ■*! Ml! ; i jpwaaiRi . P- \J. U1 Li, _ 111 11' i,f L 'i '11 /'/' ^tliffyiliAi ■ 11*11 .to F. Watcl >. I l^Slsliillifeii HH tamps IF IT lb SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT- WE HAVE IT W/JIa %^o _ Q _ _ M r%0{?&Zl/ (j@ Mobeetie — Wheeler — Shamrock Wellington & Childress Car leaves Moody Hotel, Canadian, at 6 a. ni. Meets the East Bound Rock Island a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1926

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

,;:v: r; ■ Ill iSAiiSil SHI - :m isfelSi llliSiili —- ■ ■ ■■ IfilSliSl CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY IEXAS' THURSDAY. hfcP ■M 11 hanta fe railroad adds 300 new mj5! iMmmmm iMiM ii i Hi mm ~r: . .. mmm - i nunared men, „ , 1 .. i i , the Canadian boy, Panhandle is Favorite Sp iMlllSIsigilli - who preached his e been employ- 'h© Methodist ed by the Santa Fe Railroad with in tllfi flft flnvu • *as j>sxt*#l«nr was greeted by a- large ®°. according ■ * 4' County, has better crop conditions this fall than a er part °f Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas or Missouri, to word received in Canadian will join : * M Ilia M. Magee, auperlnter '"......VI rence in No- iff™!® from v ember. iBgia „ ...la. l_. ?r ..... JS:.1■ss"-sr- spjnrzz PH I - „ at Amarillo ually does not take on more than * • 6Q to 100 men MieemiK* 1 Missouu JS the driest it. hai Il'lTL'"08 T" , care of visitors will bo , cent Illinois, ,d to take care of a legates to the Abo close of tlie service iSte . . comin Abo Pass !?l.S...

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