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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

gfvj PROG (AM QUEEKIillTHE * Canadian. Texas Friday -- Only Feb, 4th. Betty Branson and Ilic- ardo Cortez. in "THE CAT'S PAJAMAS" Cortez as an opera star shiek. Betty Bronson as a pretty model in a Fifth Avenue gown shop. And Gay old Theodore Rob- erts black-cigar and all! A sparkling, comedy ro- mance of 1927 New York society and theatrical life. A gay. swift comedy A bright, heart-gripping romance—A rich, dazzl- ing gown parade ! As en tertainment, this one sure is "the cat's pajamas"! A super fine cast and story. 1 Also Two Act Comedy Also The Fox News Saturday Only. Feb. 5th. Jack Holt, Raymond Hatton and Arlette Mar- chal. ! In ZANE GREY'S I^ForlorrilRiver^ A cyclonic Zane Grey Thriller, produced amid the wild natural beauty of the Western crags and canyons on the spectacu- lar scale that has placed Paramount Zane picture in a class by themselves among outdoor classics of the screen. Where a quick trigger and a fast horse are a man's best friend. See this big Zane Grey Picture ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

;1 k enjoyed the game. Mrs. Bryant was presented with a bewtiful silver cream and sugar bowl en- graved with the Initials, "C. C. C." . „ . | The hostesses* Sirs. Allison. Mrs. |the services next Sunday as Watson and Mrs; Alford served In the afternoon, at 3;00 maple nut ice cream, with two there will be a baptismal kinds of cake and coffee. held at the church. Many Miami Christian church with us at that time. You irdlally invited to attend all of our services frl Gleaners will please get irness and do some reading ten now and Sunday. In fact he classes that are in. the reading contest will please busy. Reports of chapters during past two weeks will Irned in and recorded Sunday. ie and worship with us. The BARN DANCE John Isaacs, Jr.. was host, at a barn dance in Canadian, Monday, February 7. Twenty-five young folks were guests. The girls wore aprons and the boyB overalls and boots. Hot chocolate and assorted cakes were served. MERRY BIDDERS been plantfnjr. HIRING HIMSELF Vou take t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

BBS flCHRH i -il'1' r1 ') J ''' i'II ' i1 '*'1 ' 1 ' jilliii aiiiiiiiiil HMMM HUn ••-•"■" ." "■— \ 1 . .. .J CANADIAN WMBBPwL-, ed (including oil) amoU«t8 will burden and property almost to point $275,000,000 for 1026 r'i li mm m i11 1 '11 i J * 'iPi 1 ii i i HMMMiiir , ——r-. ""■■■, ■Sell** the cow. Furthermore, this give accidents h M. Noble, nvestmeirt^in the° aS" tfme h .. - e Editor wane m. wobie ' " ,u>, m «/«?■ occur on the streets , and . •,j highways, Grade changes w!i BiMIMWMll that should appeal to bankers. g|.« aft Sis , ' ••k5*g ,i HBM "7'^ Entered th P t Off! t C di T S l.n m il above indicated, and proper polie 1 inir of wracticcs wil prevent mos: ■ i-iiA ng addition; " : ' . i[t ^ i ii j' | j' ij| (,)'[ i • ■hm "rho min^ofVhL PMintvv t B teen tried and proven ineffective. liMiiMiillSiB Matter. iiiiiiiiii VNANCING LIVE STOCK s is a big pan II ! * 1 1.1 BliaBiil producing industries. Those who . : r r be- " ™ Although Texas will probablv 1W1 ni'nr «av«^1v fhnn any pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

Fold roads mm build new ones wan recently held in [jgton, D. C. under the aus> wood and persimmon to he in- cost is reduced to four or six per'It cannot replace ore once taken j tired when the larger timber ae- j cent of the food coat. seriated with it was removed. Thoj The uve of coke and gas, gives new publication stresses the val- the extraction of all the residual ue to the farmer and woodland values of coal tar to the business. f The Asphalt Association, owner of these woods and urge? g conference attended Ly tncir most careful utilization — kersi. fineers, public officials, aw jroducers and paving con- l s. The interest in good central theme running!conversation, the sessions was that of fing old gravel and maca- j'oad" and worn-out. streets, jo i) "ing of m secondary Wlli^ WBWfajpi that act rs feed )r ' he railroads. The pav- Mussolini rays he is ant -v hi - world, instead of wasting thi- priceless heritage to paint the cit- ies black and bring disease;" through a vitiated...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

fir JJ ip ipfy'^Mcoj y.i'.ic. : vVJr*- "\! f'i il'iV.ifl, Phi , ,,' 'c>n "Hi' Waj 't'o. ili", ■ mi/aw in "'.■■etJitVl,'>iiii'i^il .!I-1 iln!'il'">r i bonKs, a'I oyill'i'lll ii,n(j, wj ,l',, 'bfltworn.-wlmv' iil.'ii lilu m.uuoh hi"'1, i '! ■ilii'ii-'llli*;• pah'1' lhf"<'i>; jn, a„ i|Mrls foroM •; or,''wjii.l'i; nymphs 'inidei'' tlic (k'tiM? 'foliage ,' )!£«lOiiii I'i'in.ii Ki'd . it'i "■.''i'tlu.' ujnjjoi iiorrioi) '(it iIk' liuiiiii|'l|.ioi:i' ./'was ,1 ik'<c*' tbo I'roni 'of' n .'l.kiiiili'ssiiH'o •' palace.'"' TIum'*'! Wjij- ii t>:i> I'vlu'f o'l H' j vfi-tc.'Zi> ijintJ .1,0 front of it .1 ■ \'i rii.l irobi'- fiiutt'illlli > 'I 1)0 oilH lalilo SMi" cov ,'tyied tfiilii-.V"tvltli -fiiiuc-;,, for ',V isQsj 'J'luroiHihc1 ■, Iw Dtj/f.';1,' bi'litj,,, wfnll.N. l'VKenii,l'i««:!'n'(,('! uundle^l'l/l.?-, l i,(fand, v, iii'iuitrsorijit, . ('IpposiU'.thd'Hrblo' A ph- ■'•r.o'flito, 'tyilorjiln^ rrtiiii. tlrr* 'dvK '\v.iyo*' tff.'ti'ie, otipialn, builds] -Ihoi" i t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

immortalized by Kipling —-— . a comedy, now adopted to jeen by Paramount, was de [from the title role, played Utar, Eddies Cantor, ie's name in the story is . A lad of the streets, ho I - j his uniform throughout the play. in eivilian Wu eerge |l a sequence that takes Mm to New York where he goes in «. AI. Wood was ill at hi« homo !8earch of Valencia, the French- lturdav Canadian girl impersonated by y* —I J Olive Borden, star of the drama "g^thoae whr -' «~Hlll|>«, nv * hiii|jh, mat « iT Grimes Rev «nd s. C. E. Pike and son, Charles, is Campbell, Rev. W, C. Harrison, Margaret Parsell, Mr. and Mrs Fred Killebrew, Bill ._,sssissi,s Thir. splendid romance of adventure is of such general interest that it has continued to me one of the best selling of all this writer's works. The film version is said 4ail^^ i«lKAtinn nf 1 lly^l -r—„ Mllfl |i| BE i nr as || Hwcomi • iianu siuiwiib ' New York's east side to sus-ssas ^= r,5* adman. . ■ . . .■ ■ 1 Mm V A " ; ? S quite ill. Lawford Davids...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1927

wmmmmm IMlf ■l* M IllM ! m t __ ™ that at one time In the Civil war ITEMS tt n spy John Wilkes Booth. Ili« had employed | f iiWiillli | || eg IcaRO. I <g). IMT. WMt«ri> Nt ap p>r Union, I man named Lomiw us a spy, but hum pected he wns dealing with curb >l the opposing armies. One day Louum brought a man to Sheridan and Intro- duced him as Mr. Renfrew, who uMo wished to serve as a spy. Just then J destroyed and sent the two men out MAKINQ OUR HOMES CHRISTIAN on this mission. He secretly aligned # scout to watch them. Tholr attempt Lesson for February 13 R. Cook and family. L. B. Cook and family, Henry Kimp ~jH Tipps, Walter Tipps, Mrs Woodson, Miss Mabel Woodson, Mr. and MrB. D. R. McFatter, W. L. Meek and family and Burt and w ^pSid trmonasXday ht>. Sunday morning and Sun- night, at Gem. BlIllllllllllllllllllllillllllHIBgilll'lliBllllllilllllilWBIIIIIIIMIIHIIIIIHIIIII lll|lilWillllllllllllllllllBlillllllllllllllllWllllilBflWliliirillll|IIIIIHIIIlllllllll|l'HIHMW8IMMM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

1%&(L ... J MilSf SSI 1 Lit* hs : i: M— ;.;t : ' ill« iiiiiii S vlfl ipiijiis ■ Vi:;\ ,« (|( (i iji; , ; t;,„"~ "■ .; :i" ■ z: l WOSE TO ERECT STRI CTURE COST! Imafet *" >«.- ■ SOLICITING COMMUTE" r ti.o F&t |ro maiunu la new church build- - • : inn to cost approxi j ELEVLIViU ANNUAL 1 ONVKN- MB .p iQiimtt an •on, Fridaj Jen ION MARCH 1-3 HOTEL HERRIN t: was laid Sundaj m c m ®i torvprl to the more PhonmfnUAwa rii.,_0/t„ i rtnv. 1. received from cattlemen l,in all hiavrsa At; ti;hA; IViflxifvii 1'hfr1 Iffl'nhart* 1« ' wws t everyone if ; Panhan will hold its annual show and sale in urfft, fW soliciting committee to aid the pastor JS£_ pledges for the i . «j.. day, March ; .. BpWIiiiii® ! i 3 kj mHBiBa m ■ I'OR f A , ^li.00 Per i ear m m ANNS'V, \iJi WW (' i'lvo: .'.j. t uhriw JH| ■ 0 0 ^lig iBii .dd, George L Ml on and George L. itood the question of wehurehtarchns ed by the Metho- teaMijfcfete MjymeinlMriMia ae time. A recent .... ^the church was un S f°T Although the st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

i ■HHH iiiliBlisiiill iMWVHH A fig PROGUAM Friday - - Only Feb. fii mmiMmmmmmmmm Douglas AlacLean, Walter Hires and Constance Howard. in "HOLD THAT LION" Doug* with Walter Hires at his elbow and a lovely leading woman of the type gentleman prefer in Con stance Howard, can't help but entertain in this one. Doug follows a beautiful blonds from New York to East Africa-meets her min us his trousers — makes love to her in a pair of Stolen kilts and then has to go out with her father to capture lions. Figure the laughs for yourself. A clever comedy that speeds around the world with a laugh waiting at every tourn. Entertain- ment - guaranteed - and thats no lyinl Also Two Act Comedy Also The Fox News Saturday (Only. Feb. 12th. Jean Hersholt Virginia Valli and Eugent Obrien in "FLUMES" This picture is supreme entertainment, it is filled with thrills and action the start to finish, and does not leave out the laughs. In the big timber country where men are men, and must fight for their rights...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

v.'. '%:> Dart From tjgun Not Deadly rgun. In which u i*nl * i **U iven by the hivnrli f III*1 Its victim, Im uhmI by vurl trihua In 8< uib Auierleii. unmniiya, a trllw of Indians use It with a puriilysiliig iauuib their game temporw- it they Clin capture li with ep It iiim) fatten li until So suys J- B. NU't-ro of the luseuin. Inilun hunter showed Mr this blowgun, • weapon ng, If iped 4 monkey lit «, tall, iiv« w*i need us a Pha Indian wleeM « lilt) the qulvei that hung by dipped (lie tip In poison to ■ small native flush filmed Mb long wondwi gun, means of a lump of bins- t At tlie lip and with n i« w it (torn Ills lungs expelled Hie phe monkey stopped his Hint- lliuost Instantaneously and down through the thick which broke tils fail, lie animal seemed quite dead, in held the body In,one hand -a pinch of something white icb be carried and rubbed lie wound. Then be put the into a, bag. and started for ie had gone , but a little way creature revived andbecsme l aa ever inside ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

I - i (I 1ft H is ill THE CAN ADI AN?; RECORD Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas Joseph M. Noble, Marie M. Noble Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Subscription rates for The Record are: The year, in Texas ... . $2.0( Outside the State ... . $2,50 For Six Months ||| • $1.25 All subscriptions must be'paid inadvance. No subscription accept ed for less than sis months. | '.villi his knowlot'jre of theory and tions. other advantages, generally startsj Two of the main features in at the same salary with (lie man' tiring this desired result, are who has not had this chance, u«- Miitable road machinery to reduce ually the forme-, more confident labor costs, and the utilization of of himself, r.ipi<li> stridos ahead existing well-packed road bases. lie is soon paid with interest mm the time find money spent ii; EFFECT OF SMOKE school. ; ■ ! Gordon D. liowe, chief smoke SAVE THE OLI)'ROADS jinspector of Cincinnati. Ohio, 1 places our annual financial loss Figures has been repeatedly J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

Why On• Mother Moved From Big City Ivpm am to think, h* the French Tin; lutpiieiilhtf was thin: T<i« nail of u i C Jwcllui'M in li rci-tnln u|mrt.Yleii* whs giving u fiirewell curd pur Iter iiioHt Intimate frleiidH ium moving Into a amoll awt im iltlllllB SIltMII'llMll tlOniS. tllBIH • liiMlMti'ia CIIOI'UM at -Why il'i ur I'utrlcla'a nuIjo," riMtllfd I lie lest auU |)retl!f"<t. "lint INitrl- ' a hiiby. What will couiiti'sr ionn to ln>r?" l'iiiiih ih<> roHpoViHe others, who Iiml uKi'eed that ve to nil mirii.shioiiulile suburb commit hoi'Iul siiloido lit u very tureRi|iu> way. jltrlclu is four," explained lier pr, "iiml 1 tlmtiKlit li didn't mat- Hu'i'o she ll\<>(|. so lonK ox I fM nil tIn* newest rules for milking JIUGIDAIiE MRS. A went increase in the number, of electric refrigerators in use in ""nfB-ySrSRLuv.!. J . At thUrch conference hc'ld Sun V^est Texas Briefs 20 mik's oil fie,d highway froin Dlfcs AT NASHVILLE buy morning it cull was extended ,Panhandle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

—- r- BLUE RIDGE ITEB *, Mo. Galloway now HMHHf anil mith and family Monroe Ihft! attend. /'tin CTIAV furm-u phrey, 1) CUR.STIAN _ I Bible School 0:45 a. Preaching 10:45 u in. !p Senior Christian Endeavor 0:80, ' •30.' ' ' ubkahy notes r . . , , P. m. .? 22H ,Lnl orncia ^MWIi sea new ■ ' _____ , ,n. * oi the Queen lue.t iiiiiiiii ,,, ■da " liiiiiilil liliffSlwIiteSili iSilililw* mam '• is ,, , •I 1MIIC V 1,,, J . oil wells t il U"), tali. oi i h - ,h. hiii" i| . Car! - vMtm J-V- i ■ i 1'!;1 f fJt SS t i - W&1 k- l:ous>.'. : tu- be ,impro\ . W R •! \ m> Mm 'n'\v book. Katherino I5r ■ ■ 0 •I McMordle ' wmm yy iu'h SJ§h Isa.'i -s. 1® ie -neighborhood' with 'a r> K a i aMpi e. of Hell In P rirm ,' Sunday S,h« toUch wlM come off,Htruc mren ■n " t • HS .... MBBfli UPT.ST_CHm.CU r;,- fT ! 1 I'. ! • , . P, U>] '",l n i~ . . pur regular services will bo .,.. , •. , to have new co PfiMlIf wmm rim will like mir corn fed beef held throughout the week. We 1- T"!. Miss Audria Ril&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

; rural school positions which to result In a high de- ervlce to the rural sch- of the state. The college is New owners coming into the mar- bet in this country during the uujiuriH from the Chevrolet tlie next ap dealer and field organisation, of "te J W-Unltorl eiti in tipical rural communities. * one exception the schools es not iiinHBSiHS ities in which they prosperous , In organizing . . .< :J_ __ . . IS i I.... 4 e specialist § j gricultural instruction from mmege " 8s ——1 — — ces of the communities and mcouraging the raising of vuui{ on the belief that the — will be a highly m i^llinii one for American business, the iucation- r..t --fft„ r JL™ i- rease over th* tung a — • iipppiil® Plans whieh the or slone but on the well founded conviction that the new Chevro* Mfa:wnimake a very strong "n°then first six months of 1927." ■ : 1 House of Represent "he piesent basis is letaineu in the next apportion-revealed by Director William M. Steuart of ., V T, ' bio out of the world. . i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1927

i.fiinn, j ~ j '( , ' 5 ' v I j!.".! " . Ife' Kn; 1'^: I*:*" I?:- W J-'k '$>. fey?,' , l": jjfc' >■', imprm'flfi imiforrrs mttwmliomi! Lesson rtu iu:\ 1 is a-t.i ij' uii; ►el ittttii" tif 1 tit : 91",, W ■ «>«*!. Jl!!.l *ii* ni.r.** mis-- ' Lmuoh f*o! Fflbpuarj JSP SERVING IN, AN*-' THROUO; THE CHURCH. h if.SiU."idi?:r v*'amm G'fuits h. :•! till!;, il, lln'l" .til' IU'll I1". lii'mnii-- \.i| |,< in-- iu>>- .i i ii pain- ii;->a. lit' "!ii! Ml' '*1 ilM I • il'l. o, {tlt.Milliil II. L'lijil.llU.' f.-IM' :< USUI' Pi.uiov.iu v:iii. '.iliii>; i'ihiii'Is L'Ult'C n Willi-. ill': iW'tllllf (■< IU'\.i-i (■ p" n'ltorift. Ai nu iil va- muiii1 SUMII (li)uci: ti t. lucto- i';k, am;, si-".In; i" Itiu'. r lianit tnur .mould .'oiil.ur i ereirit id til*' n Is to?', o! Hit'' Pin*.. nm mmultiM or tin houris suKfioAit't, tna- tiir linn*' lie milled Ali-v Amur. «n ^ (JiKAT '(.AFT XN' i;ii I.om; :ii u fop.'thtur bout _ ai>j«uyin fat' r i." Colonists Noi Blind J'lI'TH j-iOX...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1927

Hie Wa/b;cJf,with splendid recommendations, great-grandchildren. lf?S Igg mi Mra Thompson was a member ot the Church of Christ and was well known and much loved by citizens here She had resided in supporters now ran ^sey arrived on the ent. Seward. Am IS IS ill iisiwiiiiKii f his views con W. D. Roberts received word very, he was supported th and was i tested to sidential chair during p most corrupt periods r of the nation he people, the Aristo in .particular, emptuous that this splitter of such un< jearance, should ek that his brother, Z. A. ■ i died Wednseday morning, February 16, at his home in Car. rollton, 111., following an illness of six months. He is survived > seven sons. athized with the southern peo- | U||j^ji|ij|SjEpceptibi™ SIDEWALKS Six members of the Boy Scout Troop 108, did a community good turn last Saturday afternoon, by cleaning the snow off the side- walks in front of the court house, der the supervision of Jamie Ipmw'lfew/1Wilbur?"* MM that made ..tesaue a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1927

i!., : Erffii « , * iflllil im w B iiiiii STA PROGRAM To tho Siw. . | L'3p|^TU™||| ^ r nimal nu-ppctov mijfL 1)uk0I ■ Canadian. To • tWl TV-a-k ISIiilll IS — * IjliM Si S1S81 II ing story revealed on ilia screen by the m.v.ter lreclor . . . •. jeautilul . , ,' alon ■ a cost an mmm • • kjiiiiHciaj ■. Uij T it.jn.ca oi ir L 1 ... ■ - ij e ir, H ern pin I I r her as 1 s 1 llil!ll lfl ei' ■i i ti on y ll..T i.ft- L « "«f CJ 1 : i This big comedy special is based upon the rollick- ing tale that first ap- peared in the Red Book , Magazine under the title of "Mr. Bi*bee*« Prfnpwui iMMfe DR. A G. CALDWELL .. n and which won ' Physician and Surgeon Hemphill County, Texas. Praying Henry Prize for ttwbest . shodt story of 1926. Come • • .■ prepaired to enjoy ye ' . self and THOS. C. SHAW tomobile, ,, , pfiMjaiflil ■liilllllillliii if you miss iiaii aiiiiiP So s your old man. Hi ills •. 1 i ~'\il ■; the. P. , , ' , ' : i£;;; the (lay hereol: j jfe « j iVorm df t'iaki (ho first JTon' , . it -.ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1927

I - f ' ■' ' iU\L IB i H i. hoo., Muody .6I. In- orn Nowspap^r Union.) f .,,... ' '' IB COMMUNITY CHRIS- TIAN ■ V *| i mm r EnpH ;sKr5is."'arSS!X V TOPIC—Serving One An- PoV-TW^wo,^ DDIATB AND 8BK,A" ",An itrol for the Hnkc rES Ar.^,K way this can toe called a clog the world Christian la the Individuals to a per- Fledge and experience of st an* entering therefore it the i«iib w w i a means of justification, eg practical application of ine. The divine way of mak- immunity Christian Is to se- i r*Alumon « iiiiii iiiisii iiiiiSiBa ' at II m. at n Mrs. Julia K. Waller is cordially invited to ?ry 16: <!ud«e K Plf * VALENTINE PAR 1 «i ... <j mi were fourteen , lerreshments served. Fruit sal- !? J1* creT' . nd uries sustained when shelvinffU Sidnes«the«l||«|| otmm peace, performed the cremony | ' ' WOMAN'S CLUB L The following officers' were | elected at a recent meeting of SeZ°ToC^L : "m^T; W. Sanders, president; Mrs. C.; O. Johnson, first vice president; Mrs. R. H. Stone, second vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1927

■H Joseph M. N Marie M. Noble ' g 1MB:. OpbMi t |j VW SI* Months V' I; $250 $1.25 ' ™ IIIIIBSI •h ™ ■■■BeJ ,„ j L-^her road It'athe IS JH1 It';^e^naX Vs, Road, There is nothing diffi-, ( about foltowing it. f e Amarillo Board muy nunni ui. > . with every K*m. ■ A , ■ ' Sit lalil .. a brief talk made at . T I ,« «* fn°ther- "Many of my ill $ n; amber iwiii are among thos. aliS&Smft ia fflPMI a^j-s'sr1"?? "E5? ti f r . , . hut 1 p 1 ■' A , . .. | Liiamoer oi con • • . LlliS j*. ess & go toward . mony to the best lu?" *I-~ . come mnvn nr 1„ expected ■HI not enhance the city v. . . , Canadian has every right to be DrOUd Of thMpfnithf.il i {V5« «rA,.1r . . .i. ing the back-biting. mmmm BSISllSBKff would not be inappropriate. TViPiV «nm « ill Their names not only belong o Big i ; the nineteen me : v r*" IB §g§® lozl.e=i.ed..a i- ™ri5 „ •> , _ ■ I n Davies, R. II I I ■ : Mm I hMHMWNHIHKHM Mjapgippiiaipp t . t&M §■; ■ pjSi £= Slf *tj ;\d Hagf * •e*al- si rag ■" * ... siie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1927

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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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