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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 June 1907

,/ *0, < "■$ The QTa F. It. Jamwon, Proprietor. VOL. XIV. lievoted to the Interests of Canadian and the Surrounding Country CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS. JUNK I, 1907. SUMMER NORMAL- INSTITUTE Miami, Texas. This olttce I* In receipt of a neat folder announcing the Summer Nor- mal Institute lor the Slut judicial dis- trict, which Is to be held at Miami, bt'lfinliiK Jund Stftth, closing August 2ml. The normal is under the auspi- ces of the Department of Education, Austin, Texas, and will be conducted by y*of. J I), Wtaudll'er of Stephen- villa, lVxiw, who Is recofiilted a* one of the ablest educators in the state of Teiuis. Teachers in this ser.Uou of the Pali handle will have au opportu- nity to attend a normal 'Which will no doubt be Uie equal of any held In the slate, and no teacher who expects to build up in the profession and 1:0111- tiiBtid a better salary and a more de- niable position, can offord to miss tills six weeks of professional training ti in itn infallible rule...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 June 1907

p4;vV^^!:Tvv^4>!?... ■ , iBMBaaii t ■ TSSS!*^'" £ .-> :: V ADIAN RECORD r. K. JAMIsON, l*ul>lUb««. CANADIAN, TEXAS -•';••• I ■Mi, ifcsSteiSU', S&18HS? The OM-Fashioned Scrap-Book. And theii there is the scrap-book. Da you remember your aunt's or your mother's old scrap-book '! What a fas dilating volume ii was in your child- lab eyes. There was no order to it; Just a thing thai had pleased its ma!; ST—a sketch, a joke, a bit of pathos a funny picture., an elevating senii ment, a short story of unusual inter est, something about some one whom you all knew. Every leaf had been approved by the judgment ol a reader whose taste was vei;v similar to your own; and you read it gieedily, ami yet with the feeling of the child wh§ does not want to finish his piece of cake too soon. I wonder how many lieople of comparative leisure are keeping scrap-books in this sieam en Bine ago. remarks a writer, in Nation- al Herald, The " comic supplement." Is no substitute for them to place In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 June 1907

SHiSB mm EACH HAD WEDDING PRESENT. Mutual Surprise in Confidences Fal lowing Marriage. Last Christmas h middle-a^i-d tin- plato worker married a widow whose acquaintance he had made but a few weeks before while working some lit- tle dislance away from home. Sarrah," he said, norvoiisly, at'tor the guests had departed, 1 have a weddin' present for ,ve." "What in It, Johnsaiil Sarrah with a ■mirk. "I 'ope ye won't he "fended. Sarrah," said John, more : ;;itated than «jver, "but it Is—er—er-- it is five of 'em." "Five of what?" asked Sarrah. "Five children!" blurted out John, desperately, anticipating a scene. "1 rlidn't. tell ye 1 'ad children—live of 'em." Sarrah took the news calmly; in fact, she appeared relieved. "Oh, well, John," she said. "that, do make, it easier for me io tei't ye. Five is not so bad as me, whatever. Seven 1 'aye got!" "What!" howled John. "Seven," repeated Sarrah, compos- edly. "That is my weddin' present to ye, John." -Ladies' I lome Journal. ALMOST FELT ENV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 June 1907

+ --mr rzr- ■ ■' r n . Sjaj ft®*'#—J A ilnaWl iiM ju l il !> ..I. i<nl (Mlhtr .new lis* of tbirM ifr. Tfctr u« pippine to. LSatfwtn paint, ask jtmr neighbor a^wnt il. Pw sale by Tf|*-Hoover ©Ol. HIIIIIIIIIII 4- : W. C. T. V. COLUMN MOTTO: For «i«l mm! Hob* tad swln Laud. H itQQAL HBJiVEIll SEWE. j UbM) Fiib*r cs spending rtue iana- w bis Alteit taaeh Sent.. «rth i j A how K*sMS«iU aod wife of the Oral llwt bei^liWiiooJ uiade a trip t<ra Bnrrr ceuaiy l «t trtxt U> vis- it their (od«, Hirace an4 Fred. Mis J W Allien is borne i roic a I Juice weeks vi^t Je Jrieia-Js iu Kan- !| saw. City, Wang ca3Je4 itwit ou accuiinl !' uf tke «Je~«A$i of her *«st*r. l!Mi«>'Sliatt|M>H Uli!!llillt * «Hr Uiw Vtfkii "JieliMfutt Ml Mftight.tarhaK<*naa« ia SfitmmSn**. Ia«t 1118 'jEbe Ihirtl gnat—vcadrtefxcv will! wH'Cataline J tunc 2£4 ned SSJ C. II. 3Sb*aStr iatelv dr-iiveml a (muk&b it! 2© t-ai'i { mostly two yaur o!l«J betters,) to W ill Momnier ul ti lu- stier—fsrioe faft.tw. Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

.•+*-«• ' "i '* .. ,. •! i — • /."Vt ,'< 'Si ^ I fa '03 ui ■f- |;) i • M 1 fj Hi I'M iAllMSIiai IHMGOfilM ) VOLUME XXVI—NO. 36 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEA* CANADIAN SOLDIER HAS GERMAN LUSITANIA MEDAL V The daily papers carried an ar- icle last Friday that medals had een found in Germany called the Lusitania medal which was issued it is asserted, with the consent of the German government just alter the sinking of the Lusitania. The article further stated that some of the medals were in the hands of American soldiers and that they can be brought out. of the un occupied portions of Germany by American officers. Official pictures of the medal are to be sent to Washington. Robert. B. Anderson, a Canadi- an boy who volunteered for the navy on May 11, 1917, and recent- ly came home as an honorably dis- charged sailor, has in his posses- sion one of the Lusitania medals, and he secured it over a year ago from the captain of a Ger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

' n ■ Ipi W- §i§|§^ FROM A SOLDIER ON THE RHINE Mr. L. P. Loomis, Editor Record. Dear Friend: On the opposite side of the river above the town of St. Goae is the rain of the iastle Rheinfeis. This was the most massive castle ever built in the Rhine valley and is now the most imposing ruin in Western Europe. It covers an area of several acres. Next comes the Lorelie Rock, so famed in fable and legend. Everyone has read the fairy tale of the beautiful maiden who used to sit on the rock combing her golden hair and singing such beautiful melodies that even the hardened sailors became enchantd and allowed their ships to go upon the rocks, and how finally the maiden rode away on two large waves -her steeds of the Rhine when the king sent his two strong- est men to capture her. Next is the picturesque little town of Oberwesel. This is an old walled town of ancient days. A large part of the walls are still standing. Fourteen towers, re- mains of the old fortifications, are still intact. On ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

■ <' C,' W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our May Mothers' Meeting post- poned until June 4 measured up to all the delightful ones that have gone before this year, and at the usual time found the host- esses of the afternoon, Mesdames Perry, Miller, Hofle, Bellent'ant, Khea, Owens, Kathjen and Isaacs Jrliii the hall awaiting members and guests to greet in the W. C. T. U. manner. The superintendent, Mrs. Newman, called the house to order; devotional# conducted by Mrs. Moody in her capable way, consisted of the reading of the First chapter of Ruth, selecting this as an appropriate one for our Mothers' Day, making a fine talk- on the lesson, paying a beautiful Tribute to Mothers, and followed by a beautiful prayer; all of which was most inspiring; song, "Beau- tiful Hour of Noontide," spiritedly rendered, Mrs. Sanders at the f piano, roll call and reading of minutes of previous meeting by the secretary. A paper, ''Woman," by Miss Blair was an excellent one, and re- ceived the closest attention an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

-Tfrr Bpl K0& ite TIECAIADUN RECORD lubfished every Thursday at Ca- aa£L H, Hemphill County, Texas. &. V, LOOM IS Publisher Stetered at the postoffice at Ca- a«u£iai), Texas, as second class ■til matter. The press fraternity will find ike letter from Ed L. Nowels, &rinter and newspaperman, from ferroany especially interesting lfete week. Clarendon will hold a big Fourth of July celebration and is already booking the editors who wil! be in attendance to see how many beeves it; will be necessary So barbecue.. Lee Satterwhite of ihe Panhandle Herald has already registered and they have booked we extra beef on receipt of his set ice. Paving is the spirit of the Ttour with all good Panhandle- Plains towns. Clarendon, Mem- 5*&is, Canadian have announced jfctving for some time. Now Clovis is paving, Dalhart has ordered hi blocks of paving, and Hereford 'tint the incentive to follow the ex- *'7.rpies of progress. The good towns are all coming to the front hopeless; att this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

7 'ft PERSONAL AND LOCAL t I h, m 4 r, is n i- k, e le s. <1 a V t t® R. T. Alexander was in from Ocm Monday. Mr... I. \V. Finch returned Sat- u)•(!:•:>• from a week's visit in Ama- riUo. A'ciah Hevron is spending this week in the country with lone Hi;1! i day. Dk'k Carm from the east part of the county was in Canadian the first of the week. r: •:d L\:irse11 who has been in the .navy for some time returned to his home last week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ross were Canadian shoppers Monday. Mrs. W. F\ Sappingtori of the M. K. was in Canadian Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller have moved to the Chas. Tubb residence on College Hill. Jim Killebrew was down from Woodward over Sunday visiting with his family. W:n, Ross of Cageby was :s :'anadiai; visitor Monday and th<; Record office acknowledges a very pleasant call. Ti in Park, one of our boys who has been doing service for Uncle Sam. is back in Canadian and glad to be home again. Miss Helen Snyder returned Monday fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

■- HIGHWAY BOOSTERS VISIT LAS AM MAS Last week we spoke of the com- ing meeting of the Dallas Canadi- an Denver highway association to be held at Ardmore, Oklahoma, on June 10-11, but on Wednesday the people of Las Animas had an op- portunity of having this event brot to them more forcibly by a visit from three representatives of the Highway Association, who are out boosting the convention as well as the highway. The men who called here were F. R. Jami- son, vice president of the Associa- tion and publisher of the log book; M. W. Uzzell, one of Canadian's aldermen; and VV. A. Palmer, sec- retary and general manager of the D-C-D. These men are going over the entire route, explaining its purposes and what it has ac- complished to date. This high- way is already recognized as the greatest in the southwest and it is the purpose of its sponsors to extend, it from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific coast as soon as the present route it> thoroly improved. At present it runs from Dallas, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

I THE TURN OF THE WHEEL Our column will not be up to full measure this week. It has been our practice to lighten our line o! chatter with what Utile comedy we could scrape up, but there s no comedy or mirth around the works since Tuesday afterm .n, when "Daddy" Finch was taken by the Grim Reaper. Mr. Finch was at work in the car repair shop when the bar of the jack -with which he was working in some manner got away from him ami struck him on the head back of the ear. He lived only a few seconds. Mr. Finch had worked for the Santa Fe here for about eighteen months, serving in the car repair department. Most of us, especial- ly by men who are a good ways along life's trail, experience | troublt in showing the better ■ side <■! iur nature at times, but we! never saw "Dad" but what he had some j vial remark, some pleasan- try, to fling our way. Perhaps the V ; :c of conversation amount- ed to .aught, but the smile that went with it will always be re- membered. . We have seen him pass...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 June 1919

) ■; COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEBY GLEANINGS Mrs. Wright visited Mrs. Jones Friday. Miss May Lisenbee of Canadian is helping Mrs. Alice Ross. Rev. Taylor filled his appoint ment at Gageby Sunday. Miss Alta Largent left Thurs day for Enid, Oklahoma. Miss Hester Ruby spent Mon- day with Miss Alta Largent. Mr. Mayfield and William, and F. W. Hennington are on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. Ross is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. Sap- pington. Mr. and Mrs. Steen and daugh- ter, Mary, were Sunday guests at Mr. Muse's. Ollie Hennington and wife spent Saturday evening at F. W. Hennington's. J. S. Largent and family were entertained at the A. Q. Henning- ton home Sunday. Mrs. Hennington, Mr. and Mr." Barker made a business trip to Canadian Tuesday. Neely McGuyer came out Mon- day to the home of his mother. Mrs. Igo, and is doing fine. George Helton took Giles Williams and family to Flemons to visit Roy Staples and family. A. Q. Hennington spent a cou- ple of days working on J. S. Lar- ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD. * -,V- OLUME XXVI— NO ;!7 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNT V, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 191') SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR i v, ENTV SECTIONS PAN- HANDLE LAND ON MARKET •C vrr.ii.-k gOf-'i as Barges. <as. ?5-2tp -keeping furnish- Murrell ear old 40 Bel- up. 12 >ste.-s.__ room e price act and irt hay W. D. 50 .10 .50 SO .90 , s j) ■ .25 80 c 75 c 60c 95c .00 12c 13 c 9c -oC 20c 18c 14c 20c 30c A deal involving the sale of : v-.iiy sections of good wheat !. .r ' was closed Thursday, when II. E. Hoover, an official of the Santa Fe railroad, with head- quarters at Canadian, Texas, and ; member of the firm of Patton & Hi ver, wisp own seven million do! urs worth of farm land in # ;.^^:or^hern Texas, turned to the Ful- ; r Real Estate Exchange, 101 1 North Water, railroad lands lo eared in Ochiltree and Hansford Counties in the Panhandle of .C: . Texas at a consideration of ap- approximately $400,000. This land lies adjacent to the now North Texas & Santa Fe rai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

**** *•" " *v \***s ..^•y • •> . I StG'KAUT WELCOMES THE D-C-D BOOSTERS * hundred automobiles and 'W u.'Miy's Hobart Band to meet i)-C-L) Highway boosters in tomorrow afternoon and ci them to Hoburt is the pro- 'but the reception commit- -v- Mpeets to put over. '7 jo cans will meet at the band j cret'e culverts have been 'let. :Anv.-i at ii.30 to receive their; this in Hobart for the purpose of per- fecting the organisation. Since then development of the D-C-D in Kiowa Counts' has made steady progress. From Hobart north to the county line, necessary stops were taken and the r nite d«. dgnated as a state highway and is now eligible to receive state aid. Contracts for necessary ection of the ronW con- and will ations and proceed to Sen- j soon be in perfect shape. where it is expected that the! For about twenty miles east of .j'.st!will arrive about 4.30. (Hobart the D-C-D follows the s number of cars will be nec-j Ozark Trail, on which a vast a&i.-fry to transport the band boy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

u II t Record-Breaking Garment Clearance Just Three Prices 98c, $2.48, $4.98 In This Sale 7,ir This is a Sweeping Clean-Up, Price Cut in our Odd and Ends in Ladies Garments, all of which are worth from two to three times as much as this C!ean-Up Price \ : CLEAN-UP NO. 1 AT 98c. We will have a rack of WASH SKIKTS KIMON AS, _ APRONS, PETTICOATS, DRESSES, only a few left of each, all good styles but not real new. Worth many times more than our clean-up price 98c CLEAN-UP NO. I All our ODDS AND ENDS of Silks in Plain, Plaids and Strips, at cost and less. Lengths run one-half to ten yards long, suitable for triming skirts and dresses. You will be delighted with these. CLEAN-UP NO. 2—$2.4s At this price we offer to few wool and silk skirts— worn hut great values.. close quick a -slight!y stock Alsa some pretty Aprons, Kimonas, and Petticoats, also two little silk evening or party dresses, stock worn, which sold at 815.00, your choice $2.48 POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES NO RETURNS, NOR ALTERA- T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

} 0 Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. The kill your husband fad on the South Plains is a back number now. A Texhoma woman stabbed a man with a hat pin thirty-seven times—count 'em—on his back and breast, and then the courts decided that he needed stabbing and let the woman off on a simple battery and assault charge with the minimum penalty. It was feared for a few days that the man would die. hint to Jess Adams of the Plainview News and Ben Smith of the Lockney Beacon is sufficient. In a South Plains town about threee years ago Ferguson was billed to make a political speech. The district attorney was asked to introduce the gentlemen, and he responded to the committee: "Yes, Pll introduce the gentleman if you'll let me do it in my own way. I would love to ask him pub- licly why he granted a pardon to a red handed murderer that 1 sent to the penitentiary fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL 'if ^ IRE laddie Lder. ncnt. a * n m r o. Try a want ad. Mrs. Claude ;*ue<Jrick returned to her home in Pampa Tuesday, The river was up Monday higher than it has been for a long time. Mr. and Mrs. 1). Williams and their children were in Shattuck Tuesday. Miss Mary Lou Wood, whu has been employed at the Canadian Hardware and Furniture Com- pany, left Tuesday for Crosbyton, Texas. Mrs. K. H. Brainard and her daughter, Kathryne, returned to Canadian Thursday afternoon from California where they had spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. .). G. Studer re- turned from Los Angles Tuesday. Mrs. Studer has been in California for the past winter for the bene- fit of her health. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Short re- turned to their home at Slaton on the South Plains last Thursday after visiting relatives in the Ochiltree Country. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Sam Earhart was in from Gage- by Saturday. Miss Susie Cooper left Friday for her home in Pontotoc, Missis- si ppi. Captain Arrington's smilin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

■V.;V"V * ' r * v. • <«$&*f^rs • ■*■4' v^.-v*". v " > • —<\k*VV-*"' "">• v*v- • - V$F y v?w NEW LAW ABOUT OPERATING AUTOMOBILES On June 18th a new law goes into effect in Texas which will lend protection to automobile owners against the stealing of their cars. It was passed by the last legislature, and is said by those who have made a study of automobile legislation, to be one of the best )awt> of its kind any- where in the United States. Statistics reveal that Am aver- age of 324 automobiles urn stolen every day in the United State?, and about five a day disappear in Texas alone. This ever increasing "£Vil is requiring special attention Notary Public, which describes the car fully by license number, seal number, engine number, trade name and model. The penalty for the violation of this portion of the Act is a fine up to $2,000, or im- prisonment for one year. To further assist in tracing stolen automobiles, the Act re- quires every person or firm oper- ating a re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

# rn • r, nd ill- .><?.- m- S u- iin- !27, the1 inci a n ■ft 11 iy \V. T. U. COLUMN ne 11. Flowur Mi. sion I a>, 1 . ..Lfht ui.it :> {fondly number of t;.- iliers and four guests. The ; r >'.,ram was a must e:\relienl oiu: pared Itin: superintend nis <■: 1 his department, Airs. Sa.m ! :cs, chairman, pivsidtiin'. * rs. (, c . r read trie 48ih 1'snltn ; i offered a fervent prayei : .'.Irs. V -;de Reynolds at the piano, :'s Co'iiiag," was siinjx with the vr- atest /.eal as no doubt earn one w.,s thinking, it's come to Texas :r. last after many a hard fought battle. The subject for the after- n .<,:i "Flowers," Mrs. Sam Isaacs yiive the 'History of the Flower .Mission Department and its first M i-rintendent, Miss Jennie Cas- s-.-dav, whose birthday has be- ir.-.e one of the Red Letter days -,f the W. C, T. U. Mrs. J, M. Shaw who has been superintend- ■ .'it of this department since the earl;.' days of our organization, who has given several fine papers i i "Flowers"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 June 1919

Si 1 i ■' COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE BLUE RIDGE On June 14th, quite a number -it; Blue fridge people spent a very pleasant'evening at the homo of Mi • and Mrs. F. W. Hoobier. .Amusement was furnished for all ■ «!,•(,■-cially while Lon Tipps swung ai-KkiRt matrons in "skiptomiloo." <).. .r Moore also sang several "pfe rsing melodies." Delicious ice cream and cake was served in xiiujit dan ce. J.I GAGEBY GLEANINGS ... Barker is getting along Ifru-y Belle Earhart visited jWarc'O McGuyer Saturday. Slurring at G. A. Johnson's Sun- i.iy night was well attended. Wt I go brot his new truck It >111 ■ from CanacVin Wednesday. Jo 11 n Zybach and family were Huhdiy guests at the Lohberger fcOfll?. Lei! Dent and wife attended <i.u rt?rly Conference at Washita Sf'iftduy. Prater and Dent families wn ■■■ Sunday visitors at John Wright's. Mi.-:. Lorena Cunningham vis- ill-vtl Mrs. Dollie Williams a few yf/iy; last week. Neely and Madge McGuyer a few days at the Giles 'Wi«!i;ims home. 8. F. Cars...

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