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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

ion * >ur- ilty THE STORE FOR MEN THE STORE FOR WOMEN "THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT" MCMMMI. "AN ESTABLISHMENT OF QUALITY" Buyers of Wearing Apparel will find this store a "store of today and tomorrow." The Christmas Spirit is here. Our buyers in our different departments have produced excep- tionally good merchandise at prices that will please you. For the Boys and Men When buying remembrances for the Boys and Men, why not a Suit of Clothes, shoes, gloves, felt slippers, an overcoat, initial handkerchiefs, neckwear, leather traveling bags? We have also many other nice gifts. For the Women and Children Siik underwear, silk hose, collars, fancy towels, handkerchiefs, furs, children's bath robes, silk shirting, jersey cloth, crepe de chine, georgette crepe, fancy silk dress patterns, gloves, ties, table linen and napkins. In Our Ready-to-Wear Department, you will find: Sunshine Coats and Suits, S. L. and G. Dresses, Silk Underskirts; full line of georgette and crepe de chine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

i £ xr • V*sfe'; SI fets > ''I -The COWPUNCHER'I gCONTtNUtlU i RO;! PACE 3) 'Then; was a menace In his Inst wards Unit frlfjhteued even Gladys "Wsnlin. well though she knew the xtsttaeti was not to her, but ranged in fer defense. "Here," he said, taking some bills Hm& his pocket. "You must tell him jivit can't go— ti ll him you won't go5 •ftm mast return his money. I will feud you what you need. Don't be atfrjud. I will go with you—" "Slut I can't take your money, aSiiK-r. Mr. Elden," she protested. "I «nas"t stay here any longer. I will have ao job arid I can't pay you back. You mm I can't take it, even from you. What a fool I was! For a few sSBthes—" -I'ou will continue to work—for me," he said. She shook her head. "No, I can't. I mri't. I can't work anywhere near Mm." Ton won't need to. The firm of ©raiivard & Elden will be dissolved at macs. 1 have always felt that there w*s Komething false in Conward--: swmethitig that wouldn't stand test CBow I know." There was a so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

it Record of- , so f t Cot to i) s or buckle. ighost pricie. i;,t |l - -i V 1 'i i Citation by Publication |fTHE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any constable for Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to | summon R. L. Clower by making :publication of this citation once in ;eaC0 week for four successive B weeks previous to the return day Hhereof, in some newspaper pub- 1'■ lished in your county, if there be a newspaper published therein, but *' if not, then in any newspaper pub- lished in the 31st Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper pub- lished in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest District to said r wherein Bank of Shattuck, siumucK, Oivianoma, is i'lainuu, alio n. l.. i.lower is ueieiuiauc, ana said petition alleging' suit uy piain- tnt against dereiiuant on one note for tne sum of $130l.2i uateu March 30, U18, signed by detend- ani. payaoie to tne order oi. J. L. 1'ryor, aue ISO days alter uate with interest at lu per e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

v . «' 4 ■■+> • • '«*• « J. M. SHAW REAL ESTATE FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE SURETY BONDS • -#* 1 BATTERY '■i-U -U . It Copyright registered. 1919 Inside Facts It's what's inside your battery that makes it live long or wear out quickly. Inferior insulation wears out before the plates do, and reinsulaticn is necessary. i Threaded Rubber Insulation eliminates the need of reinsulation, makes a battery last much longer under equal conditions, and reduces the liability to any other kind of repairs. It's the one biggest battery improvement in ten years—demonstrated now by four years of use. , You can't afford not to know about it, for lume day you'll need a new battery. Call and let us tell you all about it. BLANTON BATTERY COMPANY .. .... t$^ f: v 'pi■' r '* Y* • - - * Cttristmas needs can be^^t: herein perfect tasted If you are in doubt as to what to f£ive come here lor inspiration and suggestions. Manicure and Toilet Sets Perfumes Kodaks Kodak Albums California Shop Chocolates Leathe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

t I i § h # -1 THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 12. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR State Superintendent of Public Instruction Spoke in Canadian Knights Templar Service is Announced for Sunday Canadian had the honor last Fri- day of being host to a state of- ficial when Miss Annie Webb Blan- ton, state superintendent of public instruction, attended the Teachers Consolidated Institute by special request, of the Officers of the Insti- tute. Miss 15lanton delivered a lec- ture before the Institute and then delivered a lecture at night for both the Institute and the general public, at the school auditorium. At the night lecture she was in- troduced to the people of Canadian by W. A. Palmer, and .she prefaced her address by stating that in the past six days she had traveled ex- tensively to address several teach- ers institutes, eighty miles of the trip being made in automobiles. Her address consisted of a re- view of the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

-T "i-: If v 1$hH' l&i The Se a s o n' s Greetings This is the Season of universal good cheer. The spirit of Christmas is everywhere and we wish each and everyone alii the joy and happiness of Yuletide, and a Happy and Prosperous New Year 1920. We thank you for your patronage during the past year and hope to merit your trade in 1920. Ours is an exclusive men's store—the logical place for a man to come for clothing and furnishings. AMMONS & UZZELL Exclusive Men's Store The Logical Place for a Man to Trade Canadian, Texas W. C. T. U. NEWS COLUMN BY THEIR OWN REPORTER In some way we failed last week to get the following contributors to the W. C. T. U. Bazaar in our column, much to our regret: Mil- ler's Jewelry Shop, one handsome picture which sold for $5; Mrs. McGee of the Country Club, several fine chickens, all dressed ready for the oven; Albert Unger, $5; this friend donated six chickens for the supper given Nov. 19th, and has shown us many favors from year to year, for whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

PERSONAL AM) LOCAL 1st lis in 1 >ke Oliver, Santa Fe storekeep- er at Slaton, is home for Christ- I'*' reports that he cannot se- ' re :i house of any kind at Slaton • ) •- ean move his family there. I 3JIK5 4 JG UP f II. IVlahon of Amarillo was in radian this week establishing ■so!f as an income tax consuIt- ami next week he will have an .11 the Record inviting you to up the matter of your income with him. Mr. Mahon was ■nerly with the revenue depart- of the government, and. re- nod his place to take up special Me especially invites the illation of officers of corpora- irk tlemau of the highest and cleanest type, and lie and his accomplished wife will he missed from the church and social circles of Cana- dian. tji'-ns. 11 i os. Moody and his family moved to Wichita Falls this week • ! make their home during the next few months. They have not decid- ed yet whether they are per ma- in ntly located there or not, but Mr. Moody's interests in the oil fields required that he move ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

nf HIV - • The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas *• i 1 I ! P- , i H: it i<>. ifc ■ MI L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher P. H. Loomis Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ttail matter. The Season's Greeting to You As the Record closes its forms for the Yuletide holiday and for the year 1919, it is not without a feeling that we enter into the true ■pirit of the hour of "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men." Just a few months ago we came among you a stranger and in doubt; with faltering steps we groped our way to the light of your esteem, and we feel that we have measured up to your confidence. We appreciate the courtesies that Canadian has extended to us; We feel more than we can tell the confidences that have helped us to count ourselves one of you. We acknowledge with pleasure the lib- eral business that has been accord- ed the Record by a large portion of Canadian's business enterprises. The pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL to ers ny ness all lear n I las II you you on Mrs. A. B. Stewart and children are visiting Mrs. Stewart's parents at Henrietta, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sanders are visiting relatives at Abilene and otjier points down the state. j tiei Mr Irs. Joe Hinton and children of Wichita, Kansas, are visiting in the parental Vas Stickley home. Mrs. J. E. Lewis of Amarillo is visiting in Canadian this week at the homes of Mrs. H. C. Young and Mrs. Dan Hoover. Mrs. J. A. Fincher and her chil- dren of Slaton are visiting Mrs. Fincher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young, in Canadian this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL B. Reed is in Sabetha, Kansas, this week to visit his mother dur- ing the holidays. Clarence Teel of the Blanton Battery Company left Tuesday to spend the holidays with relatives at Vernon. Miss Marion Stone is home for the holidays from St. Charles, Mo., where she is a student at Linden- wood College. Mrs. Fred H. Rathjen went to New York City last week on an ex- tend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

I fi I I II i a kft I1 -The COWPUNCHER" 'JCONTINUhiL) FROM PAGE 3) I away ana ne musi storm the citadel j that would not surrender to siege. . . . Only action could hold him resolute; — , lie pressed down the accelerator until S&r'wtis riot sure what she would : the steel lungs of his motor were « sr how she would tell it. She was drinking power to their utmost enpnt- ikhv only thai she would make him i 'ly and the car roared furiously down ickow. At the very next opportunity, tlio stretches of the country road, It was dusk when he had burnt out It rsme on a fine summer's evening his violence, and, chastened ami <jb Me July, while Dave and Irene | spent, he turned the machine to hum drifted in his car over the rich ripen j hack gently to the forgotten city. Inf prairies. Irene, by some fine telepathy, had fol- Kwrywhere were fields of dark- j lowed vaguely the course of Ills emo- grtee wheat, already beginning to Hons; had followed them In delicious ©Umsner with the gold of h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

J H b > loads are line] and lier Coii- idcvelop- Isurc. stand- Icourage- gonstant Ifor work Id we in our he next usiness, Ions and |r houses ces, the recou- will re- tlie in- Ic clirect- |)d niiiii- sL woi'iv- •ies bid- I railroad (pilal, to [l world 's needs on the ;ll iloae. \bifthe % Citation by Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any constable oi Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to iiinmon R. L. Glower by making Ration of this citation once in week for four successive |cs previous to the return day k t', in some newspaper pub- in your county, if there be a a per published therein, but ithen in any newspaper pub- En the 31st Judicial District; Inhere be no newspaper pub- said Judicial District, a newspaper published nearest. District to said rJu(licial District, to ap- at the noxt. regular term lie District Court of Hemp- County, to lie ho Id on at l|C>iirt House thereof, in Cnna- <>n the Second Monday in iry, A.IV 1020, the same being ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 December 1919

J. M. SHAW REAL ESTATE FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE SURETY BONDS WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS C WillaMj t m Can ml Answer These? Is your generator working properly? Are your starting motor brushes O. K? Are your spark plugs clean? Is solution at the proper level? Is the charge too low? Are the terminals tight or loose? Is the battery firmly wedged or clamped into place? Drop in and see us and we'll give you the answers in a few minutes. It may save you a repair bill. BLANTON BATTERY COMPANY I Elaborate or simple, all your Gift needs can be met here in perfect taste. If you are in doubt as to what to |*ive come here for inspiration and suggestions. Manicure and Toilet Sets Perfumes Kodaks Kodak Albums Fancy and Necessary Toilet California Shup Chocolates WASHITA W. L. Curnett was a business caller in Canadian Tuesday. Miss Rhoda Caldwell is visiting homet'olks during the holidays. The S. Li. Dixon family spent Sunday at the W. R. Hines home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Victor are spending Chri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

I THE CANADIAN RECORD volume 27, number u5. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, thursday, january 1, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Called for January 13 The attention of the members 'of tiie Chamber of Commerce is called to the annual meeting which will be held on Tuesday night, January Joth, at which time officers for the year will lie elected and many im- portant subjects will be discussed' Special attention will be given to the subject of our highways in liempfiill County and the sources of revenue will be gone into to as- certain what improvements may be made during the year. The sub- ject of additional paving on resi- dence streets will also be discussed as well as other matters. We want every member present without fail. Please be there. J. W. Sanders, President. YV. A. Palmer, Secretary. % Award Contracts for Building of Del Rio-Canadian Highway San Angelo, Texas, Dec. 28.— Building of twenty-six and one- half miles on Del Rio-Cana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

Close on Saturday, January 10th ■ You have only a few days left in which to take ad- vantage of this big money saving sale. Do not pass this golden opportunity. The time will soon be past. We would like to see you come in and buy a big sup- ply and save money. Our stock is still complete and you can yet find what you need in our line. THE FAIR STORE ■ ■ W. C. T. U. NEWS ClOLUUMN BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting" December 24th was called to order by the president. Only a few members? were present as on the eve ot Christmas most of our members were busy preparing for the com- ing of Santa Glaus. Mrs. Newman PROSPERITY We are etnering the New "S ear amid surroundings of Happiness and Prosperity. The outlook for the future is bright and there's Good Cheer and Op- portunity enough for all. WE WISH YOU \ LIBERA!. SHARE TWe Mecca DodgeBrothers MOTOR CAR We wish you happiness and prosperity for the New Year. And we would suggest that you can add to the measure of your happiness by h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

w * S T A T E M E N T . Vi A va.it amount of work now remains t« be done which the intervention of war has uecrMjvrily delayed aud irrumu- lated. an<l the result is that • • • • • very large capital expenditures bujfht to be made to make up for the inter- ruptions inevitably due to the war. and to prepare the rail- roads to serve adequately thr increased iraflic throughout llie couulr/. VVALKKIt 0. MINES, Ut'tifr Ctairal of ktilr—4*. Work more— Produce more— '■ i But we can't continue increasing our production unless we continue increasing our railroad facilities. The farms, mines and factories cannot increase their output beyond the capacity of the railroads to haul their products. Railroads are now near the peak of their carrying capacity. Without railroad expansion—more en- gines, more cars, more tracks, more ter- minals—there can be little increase in productiorftp|||^^ :/j But this country of ours is going to keep right on growing—and the railroads must grow with it. To comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher P. H. Loomis Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoflice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. The editor of the Quanah Trib- une-Chief had his breath taken away last week by a customer who came into his place and purchased one hundred subscriptions to the T-C. We'd like to cultivate that fel- low's acquaintance. The Panhandle needs cars today to market the grain crops, but the world is standing' still while thej brewers are using the cars to get ! their whiskey out of the United States before January 16th. * We 8re beginning to think there must be a connivance somewhere be- tween the railroad administration and the brewers. The proposition of securing the fiction if the interstate commerce commission in placing the Panhan- dle section back in the Central Time Zone has met with universal approval and the Panhandle- Plains Chamber of Commerce is now patiently w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Hirtzel has opened a cafe- teria in the building next door to the Self-Seller grocery. PERSONAL AND LOCAL 1 Mrs. Hattic Plemons and daugh- ter, Connie, of Amarillo visited •^ends here during the holidays. Watson Connell left Tuesday for California where he will spend the remainder of the winter with rela- tives on the coast. Hen Evans of Wichita, Kansas, was in Canadian this week. Mike Nolen came from Dallas, where he is working, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Nolen. PERSONAL AND LOCAL \-fr ,1. W. Ricks and his family spent the holidays visiting in Tulia, their old home. .1. R. Hinton of Wichita spent a few days here the latter part of last week. He is engaged in the grocery business at Wichita. About twenty of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Kd Corson and young people enjoyed an informal, their daughter, Fannie Elizabeth, social at the Doney home Friday of Pampa visited here a few days evening of last week. ^ -i i \ 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Jackson visited in Fioydada during holidas week. If. E. Iloavar returned home the first of the \veek from a trip tq California. The Higgins deep test well was down to a depth of 810 feet last week, says the News. Miss Bessie Hargrave, who is at- tending school in Wichita, is.visit- ing at home. Horace Pry, who is located at Breckenridge, Texas, is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Fry, this week. Fred Hart of Amarillo was in town Saturday paying his taxes, and shaking hands with his friends. Mr. Hurt served in France and Russia with the Engineering Corps. A. 0. Buckner visited his sons. Thorai and Hal, in Wichita, Kan- sas, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Buckner recently sold his interests in the B. M. B. Mercantile Compa- ny to S. M. Earhart, and he is no longer connected with the store. Horace Amnions spent Christ- mas week with his friend, Edward Lyle, at the Lyle home near Kan- sas City, Mo. Miss Winona Ifevron, who is at- tending colleg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

r EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom of most digestive ills. Ki'MOIDS for indigestion afford pleas- ing and prompt relief from the distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION Washita Valley Herefords situated in Ochiltree County, Tex- as, and described as follows: 4 horses 2 to 7 years old,weight 1,100 pounds, S600.00; 9 mares three to eight years old, about 1,200 pounds worth $1,500.00; -1 mule colts com- ing 2 years old, weight about 70C [pounds, :! black, one sorrel, worth : $400.00; 2 coming yearling mule j colts, worth $ 100.00; 2 coming yearling horse colts, worth $100.00. said mortgage including all horses and mares Owned by defendant and all increase thereof, and all there- after- to be acquired by defendant and situated in said County. Said suit also being on one note . 'or the sum of $1,126.05 executed the nearest District to said defendant payable to the order Citation by Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any constable ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 January 1920

Pastime TUESDAY Anita Stewart IN "Virtuous Wives " Owen Johnson's Cosmopolitan Magazine novel of married life in New York society. "You are no longer a virtuous wife, you— yoia!" Owen Johnson's powerful novel as a super de luxe Photo Play. Tuesday ADMISSION 15c AND 30c ..*■= Hemphill County Abstract Company W. D. FISHER and EDYV. C. FISHER, Proprietors CANADIAN, TEXAS. Complete Abstract of Hemphill County Satisfaction Guaranteed Office at Court House A LINGERING COUGH a tender throat, frequent colds, impoverished blood, loss of weight or lack of energy, are all ear-marks denoting lowered resistance. The system needs SCOITS EMULSION three or four times a day to help restore the resistive powers of the body. Coughs, colds and the like do no! linger long when Scott's Emulsion is taken consistently and regularly. Better fry it! The f Kclusivc ffrnrte of cod-lirrr oil upcd in Scott's EmdUioo is the famous "S. & H. Process," made in Norway nnd refined in our omn American laboratories....

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