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Date
1914-01-23
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1914-01-23
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-01-23

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1914-07-10
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. —Did you.notice the rush at Daze & | Co,’ssale? —Mr.Fred Kelly of Grand, Mere is’ spending a holiday here. -—Drysdale’s for Re-nu-al wood pol- ish also Massey. picycles. —For SaLte—Small property,cheap; apply box 278, Arnprior. --Watch for Gandette’s 10% discount ‘| sale during the month of
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1914-07-10
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-07-10

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1914-10-02
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Chronicle, * Pe.haps.some of the friends in and about Arnprior will be interested in knowing what constitutes’ a soldier’s kit; here are the articles: 2 suits of underwear, 2grey shirts, 2 pairs of: socks, sweater coat, l razor and brush, 2military brushes, 1 ruit.ofkarki serge, 1 suitof karki ducks
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Date
1914-10-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-10-02

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1914-10-09
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the system _ and purifying the blood, that’‘you will know after a. few. doses- they mS cate the .| “Remedial "Resort Largest Sale af Any Medicinetn theWorld. Every reader of The Arnprior Chronicle may have a War Map FREE A Map 31 x 24 feet, showin1g clearly every boundary Canadian’s View
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1914-10-09
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-10-09

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1914-04-10
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several meetings, & canvass of; the tuwn has been made and the response has been generous. To The Chronicle Mr. Otter stated that whether or not a Community Move- ment can be organized and developed among the boys of Arnprior depends for the most part on the extent of the financial support of the
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1914-04-10
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-04-10

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1914-10-30
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thefrong? 3 ilade in Cana a vaDy LDHG UNO lars est Shock following letter written on Oct. 11thto|chillier today so I think we must be | Arnprior, Oct. 20th. 1914 CITIZEN. bythe OstermoorPut- ay eg pe . {this parents will. be read” with interest getting out of-the main current again, APRprior, Uct.
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1914-10-30
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-10-30

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1914-10-16
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e Buck dnd HorseHide, Smok- ed Calf,‘Cordewan,Mule andSaranac... oe : Will Never Feorget Arnprior. ‘Montreal, Que, Oet.Sth. 1914, Manager, Arnprior FeltCo., igo --Arnprior, Ont. = ‘51-52 being from White . Lake—Rev.. Mr. ‘Drysdale—and Nos. 58-54 being odd {lots ofclothing which the people
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1914-10-16
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-10-16

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1947-10-23
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THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE Ont Grand Master I.O.O.F. Official Visit To District 56 be It was Oddfellows night in Amprior last Friday evening when member* of the Order from Pembroke. Renfrew, Pak­ enham and Amprior, comprising District No. 56 met at Vivian Lodge Temple for the occasion of tbe official
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Date
1947-10-23
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1947-10-23

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1958-10-23
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TRANSFER OTTAWA (By Henry J, Stanley, assist­ ant agricultural representative, Lanark County) (Continued from last week) Miss Ruby Scheel Awarded Bursary at Kemptville AS Know you’re SF protected by INSURANCE FRANK HALPENNY Order* taken at Chronicle OtUce 'for Piano Tunink. PHONE 38 ARNPRIOR AMl-p “AU
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Date
1958-10-23
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1958-10-23

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1930-10-23
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to the Arnprior cemetery, Rey. E. J. Kerr conducting the service and six nephews, John,Edgar, Thomas and|_ Ernest. Kedey, and J.W. andRobert Smith, serving as pall-bearers. The late Samuel Kedey’s family history in this countrygoes backto the era when the British ‘government were bending
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Date
1930-10-23
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Arnprior Chronicle 1930-10-23

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1952-10-23
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Amprinr ARNPRIOR. ONTARIO. THURSDAY. October 23. 1952 $2.50 Per Year In Canada. $3.50 in USaI McNab Sets Nov.21 For Nominations Election Dec. 1 INSTALL SERVICES IN NEW AREA McNab TownahlpCouacU met with all member
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Date
1952-10-23
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Arnprior Chronicle 1952-10-23

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1941-10-23
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Beginning January First, 1942 �THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE One Universal CARR A Month Is Aniprior's Objective The Arnprior Chronicl MmU and (iroceriw Phone 61 ' Amprior �Mumday. w«d »«l«y ■ AM ■•tuntar........................... IM Ctatom ....................... Ik A4u.*u ...............................Me Friday
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1941-10-23
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1941-10-23

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1914-02-20
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. - Forpolishing floors and wood- | |CASINO THEATRE | - should receive $10 per 60 candle power | street lamps. aninecrease of $3.40 per. - Overcoats,Suitsand Men’s _ stock onthe Corner. | _ H, W. W. GARDNER 1914 PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ‘Rememberthat you ean buy ‘Furnishings. atless thanwholesale prices
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1914-02-20
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-02-20

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1914-02-13
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1914. ee Lanes are «absointely the most economical, efficient and most servicable carior all sorts and conditions of ge toadsever r built. Theywill do more work.with lessattention than any other motor vehicle ever marketed. - THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE nes MeLaughlin “Model B56 . — eLaughin oaer
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1914-02-13
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-02-13

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1914-04-17
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ee oni lr14 _-_ARNPRIOR,ONT.,FRIDAY, APRIL17, 1914 considerabletimeagoby The:Chron- icle and the necessit-y forwhich: was; _ lateremphasized by ‘Judge Fisher ‘of «Pembrokewho badan:opportunityto. ~ witnessthegoodeffects of such.a corps in -the county town ©The Community ~~ Movement now
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Date
1914-04-17
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-04-17

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Date
1914-05-01
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will be right in linefor the judgship.” “Yes,” replied White, ‘‘and by. the time he is of age Iexpect the Govern- ment will be about ready to All the “vacancy1" - CCORDING to a story told The Chronicle ‘for this column: this week there is at least one boy of apractical turn cf mind in Arnprior
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1914-05-01
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-05-01

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1914-05-08
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, 571; Evan -{Farmer, 550:Frances Lewis, 531; Saisy | -| Sinclair, 5102: IV—Jean Graham, |. THEAERO WHO OED, _A citizen of Arnprior has sent the following letter to The Chronicle and it is worthyof consideration. It is.well that the heroes who live | Should be remembered and reward. ed, but
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1914-05-08
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-05-08

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1914-03-27
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-ARNPRIOR, ONT.,FRIDAY,MARCH 27, 1914 otherbuildings aredecorated with Alabastine. ~ .. Alabastine givestone;‘elegance-and_brilliancy |) to the walls. -Alabastine is easilyapplied. Just use ‘coldwater anda flat brush: Alabastine colors are. permanent,and will notrub:off.” It.ig.a cement, and
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1914-03-27
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-03-27

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1914-07-03
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
..”: ‘or particulars as to deseripton of. territory, capital to be invested, ete, apply to the under- eon _ Toronto, Ontario, 2th h Apri 1914, ustARRIVED| ‘Screen Doors WecarryafulllineofalltheaboveSpaetes and are alwayspleased toshowyou our) PBLANDSEPARATESC signed, : . a We H. HEARST
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Date
1914-07-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-07-03

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1914-03-13
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’ Performance. — ~The Strollerscompany, a collection -Of amateur stage artists from Ottawa, ‘headed by Mr. H. L. Hayes, an actor -of more than ordinary ability, came to Arnprior-on Friday last and in the eveningin the town hall they gave a presentationof Davies’ four-act com- edy, ‘Mrs. Carrington’s
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Date
1914-03-13
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Arnprior Chronicle 1914-03-13

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