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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

I —+ 'I TTTTl CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, N UM HE It 19. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXA: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Chamber of Commerce Held Interesting Ses- sion Tuesday Night The following new members were elected Tuesday night at the regular meeting of the Chamber oj Commerce: G§o. !'• Bernson, Will Crow, W. R. F razee, Miss Capitol a Ger- lach, D. A. Hargrave, Harve Hampton, W. B. Johnson and Son, P. J. Johnson, W. A. Johnson, C. D. Knight, A. J. Lewis, W. A. Mil- ler. A. V. McQuiddy, E. L. Nims, 14, J. Neilson, O. E. Oliver, H. M. Ramp, W. D. Roberts, J. W. Ricks, H. B. Spiller, Alex Simpson, D. A. Witt, Wiley Wright, H. C. Yeager,. J. P. Zelezzie. President Sanders was kept away by sickness. C. A. Studer was chosen president pro tern. The meeting was largely attended. There was not room enough for all to get seats. Several committees o reported, including the round-cor- nera committee on the D-C-D highway to the Oklahoma line via Gem City. All th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

ij Spring Goods Arriving Ui^B We already have a large variety of our Spring Goods and Readytowear in stock and we are receiving shipments daily. %e have just returned from market and while there we purchased the largest and most REPAIR THOSE SHOES NOW It is not worth while to buy new shoes when we can save you most, of the cost by repairing your old ones. We'll make them look almost like new. THE AMERICAN SHOP BlBii Zane Grey's most powerful picture "DESERT GOLD" A dashing double romance of the great out of doors. The weary, winding trail that led brave hearts to Loveland. The story oi a ranger who rode into hell for the love of a girl. 2 Days 2 Monday and Tuesday ADMISSION 15c AND 35c COMING FEBRUARY 24th Marv Pickford in "THE HEART OF THE HILLS" THE GREATEST INVESTMENT OF THE DAY ptf BakerSfeamMiotbr Car and Mfg. Company Pueblo, Colorado Steam Autos, Trucks and Tractors Let us show you the greatest opportunity of the times. H. H. SHOLLY Representatives H.B.BEACH Stealing and Murde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

is -+ i i ■ , In JUST ARRIVED: Hart Schaffner & Marx SPRING SUITS-Every Pattern a New One Nettleton and Florsheim Shoes Shatterner Bros. Stretch Proof Ties Arrow Shirts and Collars Phoenix and Hole Proof Hose Lee Unionalls and Headlight Overalls IlMRBir. Mer^intile - Company +•- i J. G. BROWN & COMPANY Canadian, Texas T fj| Farm and Ranch Land 1 City Property OFFICE WITH J. M. SHAW IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR RENT SEE US +- -—-—"—-—•+ — Dr. Irvin's Second Annual pMg Sale 100 3 to 5 year old mules, some of the best ever brot to this coun- try, will be sold to the highest bid- der Irvin's Mule Barn Gage, Okla. February 17th E. H. Van Buskirk of the Fort Worth, Texas, Horse and Mule Barns will have charge of the sale. TERMS: A credit of ten months will be given on approved security at 10 per cent interest from date. Two per cent discount for cash. HMWi Gage, Oklahoma WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS I GAGEBY The Gageby school is closed at present. J. R. Beal has been sick for sev- eral ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

i>" The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas si; 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. Thursday, February 12, 1920. FOUR TEXASES A thotful subscriber at Carbon Wishes to know the opinion of State Press on the more or less vague proposal to divide Texas into four parts. Our correspond- ent, who says he is a native Texan, born in Eastland County, favors the division. He thinks the state at present is too large for one leg- islature to say grace over, in t. manner of speakng. That is the interests of the four quarters of Texas are so diverse that a single legislative body is inadequate to the needs of all. Also the ground to be covered by a state candidate in his campaign makes running for office cost more than the pay comes to. By splitting Texas into four parts we could call them B-ast Texas, West Texas, and so on, thus preserving for each th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

0 t j •+ i : I j -•+ Wanted A good tenant for good farm Aht.-l have plenty of teams and im- plements and be qualified to han- dle properly. C. B. llavnie. Notice to Prospective 1'ord Jiuyers ^ If you contemplate buying a * w Ford this spring or summer you should put in your order at once as the factory is considera- bly behind with all orders at this time. ('has. Tubb, Agent. Attention to people who sell cream: On Feb. 21st we will start to buy cream. We will have a spe- cial man on that date to start us right. Bring your cream to the Panhandle Co-Operative Co. Sat- urday, Feb. 21st. j[TAKEN UP Bay horse mule, 11 12 years old, weight about 1,200. Wire cut an right foot. Owner may have same by paying charges. Lee Pool at Farmers Wagon Yard. Santa Fe brand Coffee has a rich, aromatic flavor. Have you tried it? Consumers Supply Co. 5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con- sumers Supply Company. Alfalfa hay for sale. Will Baker Build some houses. Washita Valley Herefords Headed by the $2000 Caldo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

"I* . ■* a4*- * t ' There Has Been Much Misrepre- sentation in America About People and Conditions. "There is no fuel or shelter for the greater part of them during the terrl- cif*C0//v*r M3xl mo M. Kalaw. By MAXIMO M. KALAW, Secretary of the Philippine Mission. A certain I :i <ly at the St. Louis Exposition saw at a 1) a I 1 r o o m a brown complex- lonetl man in fault- less evening dress and accosted hiin with the Inquiry, "I suppose you are Japanese, sir?" The man ad- dressed replied, "No, madam." "Then you must he Chinese," she Bald. "No, 1 am not. I nm a Filipino," he replied. "How's that?" asked the lady. "I thought they were all savages living In the woods." "Well, I'll tell you how I came here," tie said. "A month before I left the Philippines I was living In the woods, but the American Governor decided to catch as many wild men as possible, train them and send them over here. So here I am. Just as you see." And the St. Louis lady actually believed bim. That Is what you w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

§ i YTVVtvZ- special | big bus- the tre-_ of tn^o |in every Lyric -Tran- Jf gallon |iea. (.'all Co-Qd- at Con- I MEN'S CLOTHING * H a' r t Schaffner & M a r x SUITS AND TROUSERS The men who know and the men who care are find- ing out for themselves that the logical place to trade is the Exclusive Men's Store of 11mmmummmarx clothes It is wonderful the amount of Clothing Business we have handled since the first of the year! The reason: We have a big line of goods. After careful investi- gation, by extra effort and extra-ordinary good luck we secured the goods and our stock is complete. Political Announcements Subject to the Democratic Primary For Sheriff and Tax Collector. Hemphill County: H. H. STICKLEY Re Election O. R. McMORDIE ALEX SIMPSON For County and District Court Clerk: Miss M. F. BLAIR Re-Election For County Judge: W. D. FISHER Re-Election WILL CROW J. E. STEPHENS For County Treasurer: R. K. RHEA Re-Election For Tax Assessor: S. E. ALLISON Re-Election For County Commis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

'>VV'i*.V v-.: . • • . , v., t . 4 "'?v- ••>■■■■• ■■■••■ I r 1 i 1 § 11 ! f I I'; iji III NEW, GREAT FORCES AT WORK Demand for New Order of Things Is Universal and Reactionaries Merely Swell the Rising Tide of Discontent. Article IV. By FRANK COMERFORD. The most obvious tiling in Europe Is the e lia Hue it attitude of the people. Mud yet there are many, particularly Sn the conservative, employing class, Tvho refuse to see. There are none so blind as these. While they close their eyes ;iuU minds to the obvious, Ihe change goes on. It Is not Idle rhetor- ic to say that ucw great forces are ut work. Of course you cannot see the forces any more than you can see the grass growing, but yotf can sec Ihe effects. You can measure the charac- ter of the forces. Everywhere I found people talking nbout a new Order, Men separated by hundreds of miles are thinking and talking the same Ideas. It startled me to hear the same Ideas up in the Balkans that 1 had heard In France and England. I di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

-+ 1 y n f \ <•> WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. LOST—On business streets, a liat gubmetal key ring with door key and three or four smaller keys. Return to Record office and ^nd receive reward. FOUND—On Main street between First National Bank and Murrell's drug store, a sum of money. Own- er may have same by proving prop- erty and paying for this ad. Mrs. J. E. Stephens. FOR SALE—A windmill tower and tank. Call 291. Mrs. Thomas Riley. 183tpd •'OK SALE—Several houses close in; some good values in ranch and farm property; a second hand Ford, C. H. Shaller & Sons. FOR SALE—Fancy canaries at a bargain, l'hone 331. 18tf FOR SALE OR TRADE—One 10 20 Titan tractor in excellent con dition. Call 507F3 or write L. S Burnett, Canadian. 183t TAKEN UP—Bay mare mule, weight about 1050. Owner can have same by paying charges. In- quire at J. A. Stillwell's wagon yard, Canadian. 184tpd Seed Barley for Sale 1,000 bushels must be sold be- fore Feb. 20th. Price $1.10 per bu- shel, subject ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 February 1920

-+ +•• "! Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY CANADIAN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY ||0T(M®$/jtJST AS Regardless of the difference in profit involved we do not recom- mend substitutes. Our chief aim is to sell you what you want as you want it. You can confidently rely on the quality, the purity, the accuracy of handling of each purchase made' at this store. sr rcvicc QUALITY accuracy I ^ Jau( a Yiai/mu /f f j PVH£X£ QUAIL/TV COUNTS I phone ii Canadian.Texas North Texas Construction Company Buildings and Residence Contractors Drafting; Blue Printing and Sur- veying of Oil Leases Our Specialty Call II Up. Phone 152 WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS —.,—..—.v GEM Brings cheer to your home; economy, effi- ciency and increase in your production. However remote you may be from the cen- tral station we can extend the service to your farm or ranch. We sell every Electric Appliance that is manufactured. Canadian Water, Light and Power Company . -rJi' n v ■* ■ Don't f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

/r*a THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 20. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. SUBSCKIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Palmer Secures $40,000 to Build North Road . A. Palmer, secretary of the *■ i'iimber of Commerce of this city, v'--. in Austin Monday before the highway commission to secure jeileral aid for the building of portion of the D-C-D highway li'( in Canadian north to the Lips- comb County line, as approved by the highway engineers. The feder- al commissioners have recently passed a resolution that federal am will not hereafter be granted u>r any dirt highways that are not surfaced with clay and gravel, and tin- ruling raised tne estimate 01 rebuilding that portion of the D- c-i> between this city and the county line north to about $75,000. i ne road had been promised aid to the amount of $20,000, but un- der the ruling in regard to hard .surfacing the road could not be built unless the federal assistance was doubled, and this was what the Chamber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

ill J|. m5 wtiK CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER The W. C. T. U. met in its rooms Feb. 11th with a good attendance. After the scripture reading and player by Mrs. Todd the afternoon was spent in preparing for the American Legion banquet which was given the next evening. There were sixty or more guests at this banquet. The menu was fruit cocktail, roast chicken, dressing, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranber- ries, jellies, fruit salad, coffee, cake and ice cream. The W. C. T. U. received a dollar a plate for the serving. On account of illness our secretary has not been able to get all our expenses paid, so we cannot announce at this time how much we cleared on the banquet. Thirty-one states have now rati- fied the suffrage amendment. Ok lfthoma will ratify it Feb. 23d. Then only four more states will be needed. The Kenyon Americanization Bill is now before the house com- mittee on education. This bill is to force foreigners to learn to speak, read and write the Ameri- lang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

Our Professional Column j R. C. BAIRD I Dentist | i j GENERAL PRACTICE Tubb BujMing. Phone Canadian, Texas •f 1)R. E. H. SNYDER Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. Railway Phono P Office hours 1 !u (i p. in. Other hours by appoint men! DR. A. M. NEWMAN Office over First National Rank Office hours: 8 to 12 a. ni. 1 to 5 p. m. Phones: Office IS. Res. 72. WILL CROW Attorney at Law Real Estate, Farm and Ranch Loans Buy Vendors Lien Notes 4" ! ) FISHER & PALMER ■ Attorneys at Law i ! Practice in All Courts j ! Farm Loans and Real Estate 1 Tubb Building. Phone 17. I + — + Washita Valley IflE^prds 'ikv i Headed by the $2000 Caldo 8th, No. €06761. Grore Lad 3rd, No. 542632, and Don Perfect 1st, No. 464023. 80 head of cows and heifers in herd, by Beau Militiant No. 316604. Young stock, both sexes for sale. R. T. ALEXANDER Gem, Texas "A SPLENDID TONIC" Says Hiuon Lady Who, On Do* tor's Advice, Took Cardai Aad b Now WoH. Hlxaoa, Toon.—"Atont 10 xwn aga I m;i Mrs. J. B. Ctadd, ol tkla placa. "I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

ft? The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas Happy Hemphill Canadian Record: The term of district court adjourned this week L P Loomis, Editor and Publisher brings to mind a remarkable situ- P H Loomis Associate Editor' ation, equaled nowhere else except Published Every Thursday in other Panhandle counties Hemphill very seldom has a criminal docket. It has been years and years since an indictment for murder has been turned in by the grand jury. It has been years and years since the penitentiary record has scratched the name of a Hemphill County man on its Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thureday, February 19, 1920. Canadian sets the pace for the Panhandle. Since the announce- ment of the oganization of the Ca- nadian Improvement Company, a home building and loan associa- tion, there came last week the an- nouncement of the organizing of leveral similar companies in other towns. Hitch your wagon to Cana- dian. One more house me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

-♦ -+ I i •+ - + ^5/w nm ■ NOBODYKNE* 4"^H()LW()I<im HAIJ. a CC/JW/6W flV pooo, rjfAD a- co, /#c. CHAPTER I. In the beginning of things, ho was merely u number; but even that was iTpjIiiuble, because his number was low enough to signify that lie had re- sponded pretty promptly to the rally- ing call. After that, and with the cataclysmic suddenness which marked ail changes of military status on the western front, he became, one frosty morning, u Case, and got himself roughly classified (and tenderly ban- died) as a Stretcher Case, a Grand Blesse; and. In consequence, a proper temporary inmate of a - field hospital on the Belgian plains. There, he was unofficially known as •Toyenux, or Joyous One; not because he displayed a very buoyant disposi- tion—far from It!—but because lie be- longed to the Foreign legion; and in the course of another day or two he was routine-ticketed as an Kvacue, and provided with a lukewarm hot- — + i l"rv a package oi. i j IVORY SOAP ! FLAKES hue tor yvl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

•THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) nie~not look like It, if they wanted to! Isn't that no?" She regarded him In vnst perplexity, and thought of summoning n surgeon, for the man hud begun to quiver as though from shell shock—which he hadn't undergone. "Why, I don't understand what you mean," she said soothingly. "But If vimi'II Jus' he <>alm and - The Individual gestured \fltli fierce impatience. "I; they can do what you say, and Make me look like any old thing they •boost- to, then what In the devil are hey asking for a photograph for?" "Why, to go by," she said helplessly. You want to look like your old self, Carrying a Ton a Mile Freight rates have played a very small part in the rising cost of living. Other causes—the waste of war, under-pro- duction, credit inflation—have added dollars ■1 to the cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges have added only cents. I The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a mile is less than a cent. A suit of clo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

' A M M 0 N S ' &U Z Z E L L THE HOME OF & Mife Clothes BMH Traveling G<o<dtds Clapp Shoes T mwBHBmBBI I +. Railroad King Overa0 Canadian, Texas Lee PERSONAL AND LOCAL Phone 20 for quick delivery. 5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con- sumers Supply Company. Miss Hope Bryan of Moreland, Oklahoma, visited, Mrs. W. J. Daly in Canadian the past week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Phone 20. They haul anything. E. S. Humphrey was called to Austin this week by the illness of his sister, Miss Lillie Humphrey Warning—Don't risk destruction of your furs or clothes from moths, soot, dust, and dampness. May we show you? The B. M. B. R. L. Blanton was called to Sherman, Texas, Monday by the death of a sisterinlaw. He will at- tend to business at Bells before he Fctarns home. M rs. W. C. Austin of Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, and Mrs. Richards of Emporia, Kansas, haye spent the week in Canadian visiting their brother, L. S. Palmer. New Suits, Ties and Hosiery are what every well dressed man must have. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

The largest electric sign in the world advertises WRIGLEYS on Times Square. New York City: it is 250 feet long. 70 feet high. Made up of 17.286 electric lamps. The fountains play, the trade mark changes, read- ing alternately WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT. DOUBLEMINT. and JUICY FRUIT, and the Spearmen'4 \ This slfln Is seen nitffitly by about 500.000 people from all over the world. Sealed sit Kept Right A7 BL"'l.p MORE HOUSES; HELP CANADIAN TO GROW IN 1920 Holworthy Hall It is a rare occasion when you can pick up three repre- sentative magazines or three periodicals of current date and not find in one of them a story by Holworthy Hall. Suchisjiis popularity. He is probably the most widely read and discussed fiction writer of the day. It is a position well earned, for his work is uniformly meritorious. "The Man Nobody Knew," one of his oddest and most inter- esting creations, has been, se- cured for serial reproduction in this paper. Be sure to'get the first installment, otherwise you will mis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

GOV.-GEHERAL < ; OF PHILIPPINES « FOR FREEDOM Declares It Not Right That Free- dom Should Longer Be Withheld. ■y FRANCIS BURTON HARRISON, { Govtrnor.General of the Philippine*. (First Article) i M.v six y<>Hrs' ex- perience us gov- ernor - general of the Philippine Ia- lunds have con- vinced me that the Filipino people are ready and tit to have their Inde- pendence. I have recommended to Congress, as well as to the executive i d iu 1 n I atratlon, that independence be granted. A* to the question of the stability of teverinnent, I wish to say to the Ara-: ericau peeple upon my responsibility es the gevernor-general that In inyj •pinion there exists today In the Phil-' lpptne Islands a stable (overnment,! which I thlak should answer the re- talremeots laid down by Presidents! Oraat and McKlnle.v. aud as I under- m- —mro Gov. Gen. Harrison Eland it, also by Mr. Itoot--namely, a ! government elected by the suffrage of the people, which is supported by the; ' people, which Is ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 February 1920

Fire Storm Hail MM Bonds for all purposes WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS I North Texas Construction Buildings and Residence Contractors Drafting, Blue Printing and Sur- veying of Oil Leases Our ^Specialty Call Us Up. Phone 152 CANADIAN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY "DO IT ELECTRICALLY" * • • House wiring* done by a bonded electrician in accordance with the latest code require- ments. . Every electrical appliance manufactured to lessen your household duties: Electric Irons Ironers, Hot Pads, Vacuums, Thor Wash- ers, Coffee Pots, Sewing Machines and Motors, Fairbanks Morse Farm Lighting Equipment. If it is Electrical we sell it. 5 Vacuums t© rent by the day Canadian Water, Light and Power Company Kv-. ■ v Si Regardless of the difference in profit involved we do not recom- mend substitutes. Our chief aim is to sell you what you want as you want it. You can confidently rely on the quality, the. purity, the accuracy of handling of each purchase made at this store. QUA l IT Y ACCURACY V V...

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