The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1930 Page: 3 of 8
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Here Are The New Clowns for the Rodeo
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ris Bros. and their tunny clown mules will b,- seen at the 8th Annual v„vil fi.-k Pr.rl,.n
lagement sacurps best, of talent, and have been fortunate in contract' "
worked many s. ;>w:s last season including Oklahoma Citv, Ardmore OKI
Bonis, and th ^ampionahip valley Mid-Winter Iiodeo at
fortunate ir, contracting these hoys. Mor-
bn1,a Park, Texas;
B 0 -j i, I , 1 i i I,, WKL - 11111 lis , , mm 'i
rformer Sec:- ary to Texas Ausin, one of the World's l'oremo.s? Iiodeo dm,motei-, '
Morns b' • are finished cowboys having real range experience and i
|s contestai > in major events ot the Rodeo. Those who know
gvc had real range experience •.
say it i-> t,
tnc past won prize
■ that -i (rood
Closed All Day Friday, July 4th
| • Supply ,:|
riet Ropes, Blankets, Bridles, Kelley
rs and Bits and other necessary
. C. T eague
1ARDWARE, TINWORK, PLUMBING,
HEATING AND GAS FITTING
INFANT DAI OUTER OF
FRED -( IINMDER DIES
Miss Fannie Cook : is helping
Mrs. H. E. Wilklns during har-
Mrs. p. h. Hill is spending
the week with her daughter, Mrs.
Creed i'etree of M. K. commun-
ity. , r
Miss data Cook is visiting her1 ^aco
brother. Oti, Cook and Mrs. Otis
Harvest came to a standstill
last Tuesday by a real nice slow
ram. It isn't very good on the
ripe wheat, but will be very good-
on the row crops and gardens
Dorotny l.<;e Wilkins spent a
lew days last week, with Edna
Mae McCleery ot G<~m.
. Mrs. .1. I;. Hill and Miss Lu-
cile Hill spent the day Friday,
with Airs. Creed I'etree.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wright
visited Sunday in the J. B. Hill
Mrs. Monroe Forrest has been
called to the bedside of her
mother, who is very ill.
Mrs. Albert King, her son,
Loyd. and daughter, 'Louise, left
this week for South Texas. Mrs.
King and I ouiae will be in Ft.
Worth, v. h: le Loyd will be in
Margaret Curtice surprised
her mother, Mrs. A. B. Curtice,
on her birthday Friday, by in-
viting several of her friends in
to spend the evening.
Mi and Mrs. E. J. Pickens left
Tuesday morning, by motor for
Mrs. Pickens will visit
there, while Judge Pickens at-
tends a l!ar Association meeting,
at San Antonio.
Our complete silver service at
$1.00 per unit now offers the
sixth unit to our Heart of Value
Customers. This month we offer
6 lovely salad forks and gravy
ladle, all for $1.00, the same
pattern as we have been showing
in the Knives, Forks, etc., for
the past six months. Each unit
is work $1.00 and the value is
unusual.—The B. M. B. Merc.
Melva M.nnider, the 11 months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Sehnider, residing near
Booker, died at the Canadian
Hospital early Tuesday morning,
funeral services .were conducted
a t L i ppcon: b. Wednesd ay. I n t'e r-
Willace FI swelling, Jr., fell
and cut his -knee, on a tin can last
Sunday. It was necessary to
take two stitches in the wound.
George Ger'ach is : leaving Can-
i ii in for Presidio, Tex., the
made in the Lipscomb j terminus of the Orient Railroad
| in this state. He will be located
- -o —- there for some time.
Ol C. TO ERECT
ROAD SIGNS IN
Road signs, directing tourists
to Canadian, will be erected over
this county soon by the Canad-
ian Chamber of Commerce. These
signs will he in shape of arrows
and will give the mileage from
different points to this city.
The special Millinery Values
are offered this week, at SI.95,
$2.95 and $:J.95—you can afford
two or three hats at this price,
and the qualities and stvles are j
unusual.—The B. M. B. Merc.
Two Horse Brand Overalls—
Boogev Red Pants and Jackets—
Glover Brand Rodeo Shirts and
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hat
Bands. Belts, Mufflers and ev-
erything for the Cow Boy. Come
see us. You are Welcome.'—The
B. M. B. Merc. Co.—Adv.
Andrew Peterson of Notla, was
in Canadian. Tuesday.
Hyral and AMeiie Anderson of
Dai hart, are visiting the W. L.;
Mrs. A. B. McPherson spent
Sunday, in Shattuek.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Evans of
near Durham, are the parents
of a baby daughter, born July 2.
It's too hot t,o work. Let
electricity do it for you.
G. E. Fans, vacuum
cleaners, and other de-
vices are in our shop
waiting to do you sum-
mer service. Moderate
price, maximum conven-
Each of These Items
Spells Summer Comfort
$49.50 and $79.50
THOR WASHING MACH.
$100 and $129
$5 and up
$35 to $63.50
HALSEY ELECTRIC COMPANY
Quality and Service
Authorized Bosch Magneto Service Station
Relates How New and Different
Medicine Did Wonders for
Her Little Boy of Twelve.
Best Way Store
"All Over Hemphill County"
[NOTICE—Our Store Will Close at 9 A. M.
Friday, July 4
Mistletoe Butter, lb.
Dressed Fryers, drawn, each
Fillet of Haddock Fish, lb.
Dressed Catfish, i).
Puritan Skinned Hams, 10-12 lb.
average, per lb.
Chuck Roasts, corn fed, lb.
Plate Ribs of Beef, lb.
Potato Chips, pkg., each
Rye bead, loaf
BeBriow layer Cakes, each 50c and 30c
NOT A CHAIN STORE
Specials for Saturday, July 5th
2 pk^s. for
Results are what count, and
Konjola can be counted on for
results.'1 'Sufferers want relief.
ijt prom'i^e^ Konjola has made
a 1 matchless record Simpjb be-
cause it does the things it is
designated :-0 do. Take, as a
typical example of Konjola at
work, the case of Harmon Glaze,
12, wiiose mother, Mrs. Annie
Glaze. Route 4, Lonoke near Little
Rock, Ark., says;
"My boy, Harmon, 12. had ty-
phoid about five years ago. and
his health since then was not
good. He frequently had fever
and had attacks of nausea. He
had 110 desire to play and his
appetite was poor. Nothing I
gave him seemed to do any good.
Konjola had helped me so much
that I decided to give it to
Harmon. Today, he is like a dif-
ferent person. He eats, sleeps,
and plays like other children and
is no longer subject to fevers.
1 am still giving him Konjola for
it has done so much for both
So it goes: Victory after vic-
tory wherever Konjola is given
the chance to prove its merits.
You can put your faith in Konjola
feeling that jou will be rewarded
Koniola is sold in Canadian,
Texas'at the Grimes Drug Co..
and bv all the best druggists in
all towns throughout this entire
Chase and Sonborns
x nrr^p ^ai
J lb. can. each
Q __ Fine Granulated
•jUfifSwlT 10 lb. cloth bag. each
Pink Salmon ^c,ns
Old Dutch Cleanser I
C ^1* King Ko Brand
opmacn Large ean
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This Store Will .Be Closed All Day, Friday, July 4th
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Noble, Joseph M. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1930, newspaper, July 3, 1930; Canadian, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125766/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.