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

'<v' ' mam FrHay Only SANDOW — The Worlds I Greatest Dog nr&i I AC TUP loves a . ir_ All the wor world's V LJT .lieu ... enemy -j- edneare-a1one except for « Ws | dogt A thrilling and , enthralling outdoor Dra« ma * of i ■ " —' Lam I . rrljilfe(iilii BMSWyM ill ' 1 ' '"'ft''''' <~ --sr ——— ffifllii Place, yonr onto™ Ut S. ft; White Leghorn and 8. C. Rhc cubator is turning off good hat- ches every Tuesday, but in order to furnish you chicks when you Ktg^ur ^orders if S t ahead of time.* Come out and in- spect our breeding stock, and rn^r; , , I were to' rip publ1"'*" t T«XM Brier. in th© regular magazine at a lat-,ni. nilwlil jfcMi i " — special edition will of Of boosters!;," «- «* " Prices: Rhode Island Reds 15 cents each. Wh.te Leghorns 12 cents each. •" """"•• . °rdera for White u "ni r 7, "otrithe<i 8"W A"r" '• Marcelling Guaranteed T«„in..a D„i. Toulouse goose eggs for sale ! 70 10 cents each. Iff fll , 1 :n 'j/;, *' ll 1 ' Don't fail to see onr Hoosier Wi if! . , ...

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

THEV, LEARNED ABOUT i,! ! FOOTBALL FROM YOST, Fielding H. ("Hurry up") Yost, Michigan football mentor, : was showing a; group1 of young men ,f„ . i'tW'''"Ins .and' outs'* \ot, thegame for scenes in Richard Dix's latest H'-' i "''l l p1,Plinl„UIlt liclure, ..The Quartel. g whi,,h eoa>6t to the/Queeii MOTOR CARRIER NOTICE ! Thomas Noble of Daysland, Al- J:1, , 'Uerta, Canada, brothelr of Joseph, To Patrons of W. A. Parsons and M, Noble, who , has been visiting to thePublic Generally: . ' r W. A. Parsons "'.hereby, 'gives no- tice of intention to: file with the Corporation Commission of Okla- homa, an application for a certifi cataofPubli^^ and Necessisty to operate a motor car- „„„„.. Wfll„n uuHun rier for the transportation of pro ^e| Woowird. : pikiahomk, through 8,<lf n.es a c ^ ^ V i i1 ii IFargo, Oklahoma, Gage, Oklahoma He ll never, make ^hat mistake ghittuck, Oklahoma, Higgins, Tex apain. vPractice is,:PWctfc« withL(p|arjd Glazier, Texas to Canadian, Coach Yost even thoug...

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

I iaffi m 18 • IflflW itisi THE CANADIAN RECORD Canadian. Hemphill County. Texas Mr. and Mrs. John Porsey left; Friday, for El Paso, where they will attend the live stock show. •t> ' ' Mrs. S. A. McAdams Kpent |B J LET THE RECORD DO YOUR PRit titil (la>R in Anurillo, la4-! wetl- 1 1 1 Joseph M. Noble. Marie M. Noble _ Economy may enable you to lay Fditor and Publisher Mrs. W. A Miller spent several] up large sums for your children Associate Edttor(1-v6 "'k * K „, tMml abou,. Subscription rate# for The Record are: The year, in Texas ... . S2.0C Outside the State ... . SZ.51 For Sis Months * * * n« o- All subscriptions must be'paid irudv ance. No subscription accept ed for less than six months. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian. Texas, as Second-Class Mail ll 1,! lilt It . ■1 11 Matter. 11 HHS1., 11 . A GOOD FOUR-ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE FOR RENT S E. ALLISON Realtor 1 Help Keep Canadian Clean GOOD SCHOOLS | | mm ^ ll . Canadian' public - school^ have:Sant-a Fe has. offered' ;c...

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

I— I I 13. ^ - CAI 1 \ !? *" ri'l b. 'I . th'I" —12 IIEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1927. ; '; m it i Pii ; I1BS 1j-*-' 1 ' # .. i • PPIS M 91 i Ipne Quartet Gives Sampl Bring Gm He TO CTOJSTKUCT K. McCamey — Construction is un ,i„ m n..i«nt nB!i,.« rf ii if Miiiiiili sill Mis HBKSSH jj lit rd of ability, who have been derway by the Orient Railroad When completed, the car r w RT PLAYED AT yi%4 (imW-mM/MKiSWillW^ ..„,.cL lis" LnhLH r.Wof «o itiiil treat Tuesday noon, at the Harvey House. These w .... ... . IlilSfiSIl t, which will give a i> < CM. . . ml e Stiles DeLuxe Serenades ]tp, SPE I§ «| to a Story The local light corn- ■ I m illl s State Teachers' one of the best iizations on the ,a<auuiiB _ . ed a good crowd Jchool Auditorium §8f|l , yayed a pro s not so long as to nd rendered remarV "iai", jhiuiumu — ..« •II K n was sold re pany an 2" Company is to construct a Tnvnn C.. „ „ cently to the Texas The c.uartet is . Light Company. Another move of llSllillpSi...

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

lis ill (t 'mMMt MM Mime i&&, mmM Friday Only mmmmmmmm i M |H| ist'h. |i , 'The Desert s Toll* g«i4&w*i'4*I"*w erf,* *-MP who flitted With death;'t " 11®| 1 srir)—1'?ciy.ikf H-sra (list *$& |BWBooWfrd h.r.'. A . 1 c '> «sTiprv to Wr&njs IjBMtfejl 'fcWnti! A1 5f '' tT.i.Tf < t -i BftYrT ^«||il ISf Of'6 Here p the r^iiZ' err. ever mace! Spect-acu. MHMMBHMMW ca.il moment I Tr.c ;>5g Horn Ranch. Mi JjJ! i Also The HB News ' | Hp Saturday Ctyly.ii1 | ii ' ||f| igfl 11 1 I RAYMOND i GRIFFITH "YOU'D BE SURPRISED i. Cans 'ypu ' i^lgizie ( >«£pi 'fhia^ji nfl| tr.an pH | trying to'solve |$ mysteir in tea flHtti so W to be sblt ti1 jk a ccdple 111 fflffiyfe'tigiteiji' VT)e're ^®plil||i|||li kh|Sv fer o pleasant sur- prise? For the h|l||b^ There are laugh* :":'""■. start tip the eprai ■? can safes y recommend —''i . - Be Suprised}1 11, n lli 'The Quarterback' 1 Kid GiiWW 1, ju&st jjpgjp away MB the Quart«r- s:gn^ ||at sts^.- the ac- t.on — erd * •"€ Jwjphs in...

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

IU imve v«Mti p/flmnra SOCiaJ rery effort is being put lake this campaign one MBS. Ice and lasting results. mj^erifpresefelatlieyery ( the slogan betwen now The Methodist Missionary Soc sour to start, making :e«v met Thursday afternoon at 7 7 "'77of Brimberrj^ Minister. , «r W. A. Miller Mrs. M.r- gan Davie and Mrs. Will Wins- low assisted Mrs. Pike as host- ess. Delicious refreshments, car ||IW^Piilii'1 _ JDIST CHURCH I? 1 1 If -ill be the regular cement a^help^tlmsTerL l^ April e report. will be heard , PENSION FUND Pi The three young Oxford de U~A—i, who have been.tor—1—1 **" AGED Mi; I .ma.' mm* ~ ■ Silted States'under'the"ausyicesj Dallas. Texas, Plans for a cam of the Institute of International paign t0 roise $i84,f!ti0 in the nil Prohibition lnsf nine out nf L.i.v^.n.. a. . 111 'I"1' i 11' ' Sil 1 A* . ;40c out St. Patrick's colors, text six Sundays, the Dr'°k Ice cream, cake and coffe< discuss the false It was decided at this meeting, it are popular in our to serve a dinn...

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

~~->— - Jmc ag.ag i XlT.8lWKHOC.DEIW | Kverv ninth person in this coun try is ii stockholder in some sort silliiiisiiil lnp|wK' Associate Editor J,"'. ^8 "' ffU,£3?"rTa : . ; ■■■■■ ■■ :: - „lol|erite innual increase is per- mKKKm $2.0C I The soundness of the basis up 18,{M on which road buiiding rests as - 23 an industry,^ is indicated by^ the t fact A "" No 81 'gasoline taxes and Federal Aid 1 alone make up a yearly road fund of ^ approximately SMftimooo. **€fl Ai (110 rvol viiiw iff vauauitui, ivahbi as owuniiavi(iaa Afi«n (■ •••• v « M#tter* 'retirement substantially increa ——T—.this fund. Heavy tractors and other ma of a corporation. ^The utilities, the industries and the banking - hare* "n The" light and*" "power company. Perhaps this is a rea son why the modern politician does not find so much sport in baitine the corporations. J2d Russell was here from Miami, last week. : ■ —-0— ■ BSsM lllil ISllllr nm m •* I 1 V\ I if ' i AND YOUR aiii IIIIII1 llllllt IllSlifilS 1 ii Heav...

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

MMjg V' USTRIAL REVIEW untry is endowed with ition of natural advan* resources naeh as pos- no other nation in the ei m Water mains in portions of city to be — Contract let l'or "new jail. fexas Public Service Com 11 build ice manufactur its in Grand Saline Hug* rings. Mt. Vernon and field. 0. PARENTS* PROBLEM f Ages for applicants are from SOLVED BV CMTC17 to 31 years. "The best present a father can The C. M. T. Camps solve a pro l Diem for parents for four, years, 1 if they so desire. I Applicants receive a thorough I physical examination, first by a {local physician and, later, upon Chester Jones is in Mountain arrical at camp, by regular army BLUE RIDGE ITEMS Air, N. M., on business. Miiss Fannie Cook spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IS R. Cook. Mrs. John Sanders of Canadian spent the week-end with Mrs. Chester Jones. Mrs, Maude Woodson, Miss Ma- bel Woodson and Don Tipps were in Canadian. Saturday. id — Gulf Pipe Line Com istructing pumping plant McElroy field ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 March 1927

« |i ifi t§ u mm W WMIlMMMMii! IRHiBM — mm SilSli ifgggaata i..' around the court house fr. corn crop of 1026 Sty heef fleers failed to sell np to among the heaviest andm mm ECT GOOD . . , i :mt to improve civic a 'expectations N. in thZ the place. SflSfi WAR AS A DISAPI'OIN . || market . , . si l*i Piia ua 'ill : TZ i Mayer pieeurt coming Theatre on Tuesday. lat the produced and feed II reap greater returns this Mrs. A. Hance, boys, one. a rich man's son, ed by Conrad Nagel, another^ a IMHIiBM" When the ■■ Was „ J 11 K BS JMM I Howevei' thA 'rfW nowwwr. the .plotM into Ge the whole world cheered, — an pave a long, pent-up sigh of re- .lief. At least almost the whole fiilipM I But there were a few a very few men who w #> •* mst the least and the third the American of a St. Louis Dutch brewer, play- ed by Bert Roach. These three arrive in the front line trenches just in time to hear the referee j" ^wtuck, . w to our hini swa-ass® will meas- finished on nigu-cosiinjf mw, , .1 i ......

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 March 1927

kjr 'f. |§| 1 jn§ 11 I m 11 m I , 1 ' ill HIliiiwl I r i I® lilS I illlilHIfi lySchool isoiM Chicago.) Itiltwn Newpupw Union. > ITUDISt IN TIANUW SDIAl'B AND BI3NIOR TOP* eana to Be a Chrlntlnn. ?LK AND ADULT TOP- mf • True Christian. i ,. ■ijiiwll ...i JJ. .1 * - ber of to the ta ved In the qu example: What const!- tie Christian. Following he prayer life of a Chris- I Christian and his Bible. Ife of a Christian. Chris- dshlp. The Christian and iry obligation., tuastion Review Method. S'sri: quarter's lessons. These en on slips of paper and * rn ninlmi nf /lilAatlnna tintu CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Mrs. Paradine Reeder, Earl Luckie, Nora Luckie, Corn- elius Luckie, Roy L. Luckie, and Carl Luckie, the Unknown Heirs of Mrs. Paradine Reeder, Earl Luckie, Nora Luckie, Cornelius Li day, and at the same time and Floyd Studer of Amariilo, was places, by the same election of-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 March 1927

II' *•.' >r«S' i *■ Kt,i ".s -' I® |i' :|T^, &.& Si"- ■i-'Vi 41! jut1. i ■ ft* , fel" 'Vf 7M: tfp1, gVfciV■ & ikflShf feJ"; 1 'I' mk-,^ P>;(rk pj>i }/■ (Sr/V^S ,, J ite pfe5' Jte^ E>sw> -. fev- r;*^' Jw# BWE . fBVr' - . fe" ■'■'■" S^'4 "■*' '$fk. r?#' Jackaon by No Meant Lacking in Education < John Qulncy Adams declined tu ut- tend the ceremonies at Harvard col- lege Iii .1888 when the honorary de- gree of doctor of laws was conferred upon Andrew Jackson, then President of the United States. Hie reason, according to tils dhiry, NEWS EHEFS Mrs; and Mrs. h. E, ClemmonB tfal petroleum producing terrin are proud parents of a seven and tory. a half pound son, born Sunday morning. KICKERS TAKE NOTICE A recent survey made by the —o— President and Assiatan^Director wa8 t.,,at "«* hp affeetl mat* child of i„'Milwaukee. Wis., after bavin* I^^O. Meade^and ^"clo"« thSf^thet the Amerj MVs.. J. T. Thiersteln left Tues day of last week for her home in J Mrs. John New ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

« * m I r The fivHAWAN Record M CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31,1927. SUBSCRIPTION, 92.00 Per Y«m 1 IN BM)CH ANOTHER ittee of business ClH W. Allen, ~ to m^Bj v erested in the Hov their land over to or another year i, waiving further llthough the com ie no report, it la it every land own- so far las willing- i was made by Mr. morninfjHfift of Canadian bust* toy President A1 en Theater, when itus of the Hoover the J. 3. Hood sur- ained by Mr, Hoover Mmflittee appointed Mien ie: H. S. Wit- J. C. Studer, S. C. Shalter. G. L. Strader and Clay ex-officio member. 9g the situation at Hoover said dril- temporarily discon lepth of 4,375 feet, the hole. As a additional expense led to go ahead with Hoover said he was undertake the pro- is the land owners lould agree to give >r another year. $|§ ie had fulfilled his eontrac^flecwr fers, to. twill'a he was willing to ind back to themi. if consent to his terms, of $10,000 was plac aver on the coat of ie test. Hp said the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

H nm lillfi MMM I ^^SbH p M SliililMm • M i lilllii I ■- v IHIOISKAM MPl * Canadian. Texas Friday Only March 25th FLORENCE V1D0R in "You Never Know Women" 1 A Paramount Picture FlortMuv Vidor. Uemem S| ium' ||| lig Grand Duchess and the Wail or'? Lowell Sherman suave \il lian of stajre ami screen. Olive Prook. popular einema idol. K1 Hrendel. noted vaudeville comedi- an. In one bijy Paramount picture! The perfect pic- ture? mm call it 09 and 99-100 this perfect and you'll have the right num bei We will have this big Paramount picture ONE NIGHT ONLY, don't forget ,tlie date. Also a Two Act Comedy Also The Fox News <A wonderful program. Don't miss it. Saturday Only. March 26th .TOM MIX. AND TONY "Tony Run* Wad" Tom Mix as a tamer of wild horses in the wild horse country, see the wild horse stampede in America's Hills of mys- tery. A pony playing cli- pid in the western plains and mountains. The story of a beautiful co- viuoito and a rancher, who know nioro about horses than women. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

NEW MBp5^ENTS SKIDM1 A new method of fiinishing the 4A al . One Of the first projects of this kind is a 7.8 miles highway leading out of Mo act* Qftiirtio™ ratifnWMi'o ' , , - , ' . , ginal pavement ened to 20 f l by cement con- on either (;■)!! . 1K ■MSI MV WWW, inches to orders four inches man miuin Mlnnnil I in e cost for this 7.8 miles of u Dvaov au" —. w ground in competition with spray, ing, according to the University nLTn P^'lvSs famoru9 400- Bushel PotatoVClub8 aTwell as those in Michigan and Ohio 300 Bushel Clubs last year used sprays exclusively, applying from 5 to 13 sprays. The Wisconsin Ullllll linil irlKi ;#Sfe§;ii§i F'l^Srt ■iHB • > 1 ; Wa ' " ' J IliiTOM II 111 iL i * ■ni ifMIS «• . properly, but lore time, ani Reaper as t. m in millnA Hfxnm ttia nnnom ; Dust more in time 1™ ; || ' >fl \ h* i • best when a liiWilwlMiiii™ A ^ I . gg 1 Mgnjg| In a C. M To Cai . . . .. Kussia , t .«. • auic, ur suece i| what he hae, He is ti = . III... growth in trained to lead. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

iillBi I1m BOB L ——> ■ >HVRS '0. Browder 3, E. P. Kiker {la., March 15, ier underwent |e Lisdal hospi to return home fcyJ || 1 y1 Albert are pos- fChevrolet lan- eary of near work as tea |d School Mon- Irs. Payne of red as substi- death of Mrs. the Highland i supper March louse. A short Midered after re sold at auc- Is, about $40. purchase pjay- 31ub met Tues the J. B. Zy- j mating, plana Wp_ jpsjls ,reyT>^ ■ i I'i'v!'. iat Glen Geo- fhave been liv KM irith Me fath- ice is to be |U ocupy !. G. Sanders inadian, were imes and fam- spent Sunday at Gem. family, Mrs. [look and farn- /, Joe McFat- IcPatter, Miss Maude Wood- services Sun em. Rev. Lang, terian Church charge of the ak spent the parents. C. R. Cook. Monroe Hob- ith Mr. and services' are ically all of ler Hensley ley spent Sun Mrs. Clifton ilk Cook and Canadian, Fri Cook spent ^nd Mrs. Otis GREAT CAST 8EESN and faithful to his trusts. WITjK DOG STAR In the story Miss Faire is the owner of the dog and Reed Howes Virgin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

I: mm ■11 mm ' I frnmm sa«i|i*w litst r- UVI ItllSlit ■ Canadian, Texas Friday Only April, 1. HEX .■ H iifei ■1f "The Devil Horn' Friday, The buffalo has been corraled —The stage coach is a memory The Red skin iseduca- ted — Only Rex, unconqur ed, stands as the symbol of the West that was. A .drama of the West that was, a flash of frontier history set against a wild Wyoming scene — Indian fights .death rides daring deeds—and Rex a Mack stallion driven to fury by a Redskin hatred saving* pioneer fort from anni- hilation. If you like to be thrilled as never he- lore. See Rex in The De- vil Horse Friday. Also Two Act Comedy Alio The Fox. News Saturday Only. April 2. lM, W, C, FITLDS Hpl1 iii ■h i The man who made 'The Potters' directed all the big Harold Lloyd succes- ses* including "The Fresh man" — and Dix's "The Quarterback"! There's fun for the whole family in this picture. A new family is moving into town with a vanload of laughs. A high class com edy of middle-claBs Amer ican hom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

M!'j 'A A' ' <li'' ' . • ' .' f,11;V^1 ^i1*'',i-,'' &'.v "■ ift-6V■ 1.U''.'iu>'i:11 >•'.?,i'.■ r^*>Vf'-j'/i's"1'j^. fjffWW* immmmumm-mEim ,7' GOLD FIELDS of the Fort beep by farmers v" «,V M State, cifled bn 'M the rlch" 8lgn8ted Federar hlghway, which MAIUi/ "TW1'!*, J "™*i/-ru f "f'T ', fT* t J i 'T „ Mrs.KughBurton *" * M* Bttrt connect with the Bankhead ,i s ii p • 1 & v \, i , /*1 • i , '} i, ■ 1 i>'?'i"vi '1,; • <' V'V SI'VTS <■" Pecos, ripnnliiir through■ # morhea, sfdfr Duvia, Maria, and flMpQfMOi Sam McAdamswill go to Amar >n their precious i. ^W\'^ '■ u' }'V <~ Contrasted with the ler: Ited iiS the; home it imas Riley, thb i st lit': with Hta : Crow*!! Hinefl'fllBter,MrB.sm , *Jik ;er:f'i>ffc: idler of';tfce;,l!ti'ipli.to^tiili^ i^Irfl.^iC. rilfqw, Monday,; tb bttend fMethodlst conferencein |;^ Methodist Univtov |m ' ■,jv. V - ;i\',v^;l.!,',l;r'-,."v ■, Shafter to Presidio i j£$«t&i facilities 'f©*; the 1^ Mrt the: wei^ i^^tSS^NMW ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1927

■*iw j wuiw iucy euivvcu, uie eynii* gogue at Capernaum, where He cast out an evil spirit. This miracle caused Bis fame to be spread abroad. WhAen°JesusDon"«roVci fhls home Ht found Peter's mother-in-law with a *— iv„ „ m burning fever. We know that among the closest followers of Jesus there are suffering ones and anxious and burdened hearts. To all such Jesus comes with loving sympathy and Dow- er to help. 2 "They tell Him of her" (v. 31, This was the proper thing to do We should brJn8 to the attention of as who *2d\fS«ly or" splrituarheaUng!" "He came and tookV/by the hand and lifted her up." This act showed 1 <t> That the. curt was instant* tttou* and complete. When Jesus ■R there Is no halfway business *. i ber ap tude In loving service to the iilllSiteSfflSls *1 ' 1'" II ilMMWlMI! ' nut oveHodulgent. Be It loo Kiiiyi e by side tbern Meth* IWlil wept Ir -'I Bp- illfpl g' m HBIl ,1 h llllliliiilllfH ■ J m WMP ifc-fed SMSSiSSSSSMSM So we , *. tarihl. Delivery. G, - . ■ it'- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1927

lilllli NUMBER 16. == CANADIAN* HEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, Ptr Yea* mm Imssssssssa=^ssssss i , |, OFFICIALS ARE RE-ELEOWD lllMl 11 ivi'I m ;* i ■ ■' i in m ; M Fire Record Brings ^Mgli Reduction In Insurance CITY e small number of excellent work done teer fire department, Insurance Commis in Canadian a 15 per m in rate, effective lording to word receiv eek by Albert Knol ,m received by Mr. tates: "Canadian re per cent good fire it effective March 1. ■■Br ': ;ing on the reduction, erg said this wil*' lal saving of several irs to the citizens, is been very fortun- having many fires esult of good inspec- marshal, especially less district. Fires 'the business district of untidiness and ired the mayor, en estimated that at |year will be saved to fire insurance during result of the credit Man. Select Jurors For Diil. Court THIRTY • FIRST DISTRH'1 APRIL TERM OPENS 1 I Grand and petit jurors for the April term of the district court, for the 31st district, have been selected....

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