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help wanted
Do you have good work ethics?
Do you like people? Do you have a good sense of humor? Kitchen Staff
positions are open for someone with those qualities. Apply now with a
desire to learn the trade or hone your existing skills
by learning from a professional.
Apply in person (ask for Betsy) between
2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday at The
Railhead, 220 N. 2nd Street, Canadian, TX.
has an immediate opening for a
to care for the elderly and disabled
in their homes in the HIGGINS
area. Must be 18+.
Please call (800)800-0697 or
apply online at
www, outreachhealth. com
Weekend RN Needed
Weekend RN needed at
Edward Abraham
Memorial Home.
Apply at:
803 Birch * Canadian, TX
or call 806-323-6453
Help Wanted
Great part-time job
for dependable hard
worker buffing local
supermarket floors
5 nights per week.
For more information
call (888)535-9319.
LVN's (i Nurse Aides
Licensed Vocational Nurses &
Nurse Aides needed at Edward
Abraham Memorial Home.
We will train for Nurse Aide.
Benefits include: paid holidays,
vacation and health, insurance.
Apply at:
803 Birch * Canadian, Texas
or call 806-323-6453
Immediate Opening
In the Canadian and Spearman areas
for a Gas Utility Distribution Service
Technician. Salary based on experience.
Company benefits available.
Applications available at:
West Texas Gas, Inc. 411 S. 2nd
Street, Canadian, Texas or mail resume
to WTG, Inc. RO. Box 1005, Canadian,
Texas 79014.
Motel Office Clerk
Scheduled Shifts
Some nights, afternoons, and
Come by and pick up an
application at:
Canadian Courts Motel
220 N. 2nd Street
For more information, call
(806) 323-8058.
free pets
:REE PUPPIES! Seven-week-old Lab mix pup-
pies need good homes. Five females, three males.
Please call (806)852-4933. 16-1 nc
lost 8 found
FOUND: Apairoftennis shoes were found 4-1/2
miles out on Marshall Drive Tuesday morning.
May claim at Canadian Record office by identify-
ing. 16-lnc
for sale
FOR SALE: Used computers. Technology De-
partment at Baker School, Friday, April 18, 8:30
a.m.-noon. 16-lcC
■OR SALE: Oak trailer flooring. Delivered. Call
(580)564-2797. I5-2P
mattress sale
BRAND NEW full -size mattress set still in pack-
age. Will sell for $ 125. Call (806)341 -6233.
BRAND NAME king-size pillow top mattress
set, new in plastic w/warranty. Must sell $250.
(806)341-6233. I6-2P
QUEEN-SIZE pillow top set, new in plastic
$150. Call (806)341-6233. I6-2P
QUEEN ORTHOPEDIC mattress set, new in
plastic w/warranty $ 140. Call (806)341 -6233.
NASA MEMORY foam mattress set. Never
used. Will sacrifice $350. Call (806)341-6233.
TWIN MATTRESS set new w/warranty $ 100
Call (806)341-6233. I6-2P
recreational vehicles
OR SALE: 2005 38' Allegro Bay motor home w/
two slides, 19,000 miles, 8100 GMC gas engine,
Allison 5-speed, many extras. Call (806)323-9685,
(806)217-1135, (806)217-1153, 1123 Cheyenne.
MOTOR HOME for sale: 1994 Intruder, 32.5 ft.,
fiberglass, 454 gas fuel injected engine, 26,000
actual miles, includes Chevy SI0 pickup to pull
behind it. $25,000 for both. Call (806)323-5506
or (806)217-0402 (c). 15-tfcH
FOR SALE: 1997 FI50 4x4, short bed, black,
180,000 miles, $5,200. Call (806)217-0339.
:OR SALE: 2006 Toyota Scion, extra clean, low
mileage. Call (806)323-97II. 44-tfcC
REVISED: For sale 2007YamahaTW200 motor-
cycle, 1,250 miles $3,000. Call (806)323-6924.
:OR SALE: 14-year-old AQHA gelding ranch
horse $2,000. Call (806)323-6924. 15-2cA
FOR SALE: 150 round bales of hay. 2007 Old
World Bluestem. Fertilized and sprayed for
weeds. $40 per bale. Call (806)323-6924.
15 "2 c A
areqe sales
INSIDE MOVING Sale Friday, 5-8 p.m., Satur-
day, 8 a.m. - noon. 200 Giraud (next to Allsup's)
Furniture and too much to mention. Everything
must go! 16-lp
GARAGE SALE Saturday, April 19, 8:30 a.m. - ?
307 Main St. Lots of assorted items. 16-lp
GARAGE SALE Saturday, 8a.m. - ? 218 Giraud.
GARAGE SALE Saturday 8 a.m.-? 1801 Willard.
Too much to mention with lots of miscellaneous.
leqal notice
Legal Notice of Decision
Black Kettle Ranger District
Invasive Plant Management Project
On April 15, 2008, District Ranger Tom
Smeltzer signed a Decision Notice and Finding
of No Significant Impact for the Invasive Plant
Management Project on the Black Kettle
Ranger District in Roger Mills County, Okla-
homa and Gray and Hemphill Counties in Texas.
The selected alternative provides for a variety of
treatment options, thereby allowing for the most
effective strategy to contain, control, or eradicate
invasive plants. Treatments will include manual*
mechanical, controlled grazing, prescribed fire,
and herbicide methods. Each treatment will be
dependent on the type of plant, the area's eco-
logical objectives, and site-specific conditions.
The Environmental Assessment and Decision
Notice/Finding of No Significant Impact are avail-
able at the Black Kettle Ranger District Office,
Rt. I, Box 55B, Cheyenne, OK 73628 and elec-
tronically at
Only one comment was received during the
public comment period on the proposed action.
This comment was supportive of the proposed
action. Therefore, this decision is not subject to
appeal pursuant to 36 CFR 215 and may be im-
plemented immediately after publication of this
iegal notice of decision in the Canadian Record, the
Cheyenne Star, and the Pampa News.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is an
equal opportunity provider and employer.
if we print
we want to fix it!
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Brown, Laurie Ezzell. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 118, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 2008, newspaper, April 17, 2008; Canadian, Texas. ( accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Hemphill County Library.