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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

, . THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 21. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR * Canadian B. M. A. Ad- dressed Friday Night By Walkup of Amarillo K. O. Walkup, secreting of the Amarillo Business Men's Associ- ation, was in Canadian last Friday ^ind addressee] the Canadian Bus- iness Men's Association at the 1 Chamber of Commerce rooms that night on the work of the associa- tions. These associations are per- fected for the purpose of protect- ing merchants from extending credit to people who do not pay their hills and Mr. Walkup was in this city for the purpose of helping the local organization to perfect its plans of operation. Mr. Walkup came here as the representative of the Retail Mer- chants Association of Texas in the capacity of deputy state organ- izer. Mr. Walkup came here as the representative of the Retail Mer- chants Association of Texas in the capacity of deputy state organizer. The Federal Land Banks have to ref...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

Thomas F. Moody Forms An Oil and Refining Company Thomas F. Moody, banker and cattleman of Canadian, arrived in the city yesterday from Wichita Falls. He will announce and ocer to the public for the first time Stock in the Moody Oil and Refin- ing Company he is now organizing with $3,000,000 capital. Assets in- clude more than 120,000 acres, aside from eight producing wells, and 400 acres of proven territory Temporary offices were opened at 309 Polk Street directly opposite the Amarillo Hotel. Permanent headquarters are in Wichita Falls with branch (offices at Amarillo and Canadian. Mr. Moody is accompanied by fifteen members of the official force which will be the working organi- zation during the three days con- vention of the Buyers and Sellers Of Livestock Association which will convene this morning at ten o'clock. The official representatives of the Moody Oil and Refining Com- pany domiciled at the Amarillo Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Moody, 0. W. Cox, Ed S. Mc- Kinney,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

i'Ok SALE -Walworth piano ■y Schultz Piano Company. ' ondition. At bargain price. ' - W hittecl at Mailer's J'harm- )ur Professional Column R. C. BAIRD Dentist GENERAL PRACTICE Pubb Iiuilding. Phone 53. Canadian, Texas | + ^ Payments for Month $3,000,000 I Austin, Feb. 1.8.—Total interna] ' revenue tax collections tor the Listrict of Texas for the month of i-January amounted to $3,991,277.0!! ! according to a statement just made by Public Collector A. S. J Walker. Of this amount $071,469.31! was received from the income tax $2,229,108.08 from the miscellan- eous taxes, and $90,639.05 was de- rived from the various stamp tax- es. DR. E. II. SNYDER Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. Railway Phone f Office hours 1 to it p. ni. Other hours by appoint men! DR. A. M. NEWMAN Office over First National Bank Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Phones: Office 1:8. Res. 72. WILL CROW Attorney at Law Real Estate, Farm and Ranch Loans Buy Vendors Lien Notes Lieut. Frank Chambers return- ed hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

The Canadian Record | Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas| — ; L. P. Loom is, Editor and Publisher P. II. Loomis Associate Editoi i Published Every Thursday j Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920 When the government next ren- ders extracts useless as beverages we may truly be said to be in a drinker's desert. Carry the news to Wood row that the Republicans are out to carry Hemphill County in the election this fall. Joe Bailey better come up and look the situation over. It is said that between advanc- ing his candidacy for the legisla- ture and trying to keep the gov- ernment from diluting alfalfa tea with tartar emetic, Jess Adams is leading a strenuous existence. Next Sunday will be the last Sunday in February, and incident- ly the fifth Sunday in this month Once in thirty or forty years Feb ruary comes around with twenty- nine days so arranged that they give us five Sundays. Dallas County has just announc- ed an esti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

7of><} nAN NOBODY ma ^ItOLWORTIiY HALL 7 co/zy/v/os-rr &-/- popn nfAD k- Co, /*c, A genius for odd, unusual, deeply absorbing plots, Holworthy Hall has here given his best talent. Not a war, but an after the • war story. True, the war furnished the first incident and it also furnished the hero with the strangest opportunity, the most com- plex problem and involved code of ethics a man ever had. Did Woman Ever Have Experience More Amazing Than That of Being Wooed Twice by the Same Man Under Different Characters ? It is but one of the many astounding elements of this tale, which starts off with a punch and holds the undivided interest of the reader until the end. I)o not miss it! SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—In u base hospital at eullly. Prance, his face disfigured be- >mi recognition, an American soldier rvirn in the French army attracts at- ntion by his deep despondency. Asked tiie surreons for a photograph to guide iem in making over his face, he offers derision a picture of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

H • I J 1 ! I 1 & >1 1 1 Saturday Special Large Bucket Crustolene Consumers Supply Co. -M—H—"t| Having Decided to leave the country, I will sell at auction at my place 21 miles from Glazier on the old Whitacre farm 1 mile due north of where the Glazier and Canadian roads meet 21 miles northwest of Canadian, on Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. « 1 Mule 3 Mares , 1 « Head Cattle 16 Shoats Maxwell Car Farm Machinery Household Goods Usual Terms ef Sale Extended T. D. Dickerson & Son "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) "Meaning What?" "All this on such short acquaint- ance? Aren't you taking a fearful chance?" ITarmon saw that the young man's Irises were extremely luminous and Clear; he' leaned forward seriously. "I'm simply hacking my hunch, son, In the long run It pays me—pays me well. I've sort of taken a fancy to you. As far as I know you may he the rottenest salesman in the whole United States; I wouldn't hire your experience without some references, and maybe a s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

IS "JOHN The John B. Stetson is the best and most popular Hat worn in the West, but there is a difference in Stet- We carry the best grades. Look for the "Boss sons. Raw Edge" or "'XXX Beaver" qualities. Just receiv- ed a shipment of both the dress and larger shapes. of That 99 OTHER NEW ARRIVALS Trunks, Wardrobes, Steamers, and Special Men's Sizes came in this lot. See our Suit Cases fitted with Ivory Toilet Dressing Cases. Also the new Bags in the Different Leathers. Many other arrivals too numerous to mention. OUR PLEASURE IS TO SHOW YOU. CALL ON US. AMMONS & UZZELL The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Canadian Texas >|i) -•+ —+ a PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. I). L. Thornbury is in Kan-' sas City visiting this week. The little child, fourteen months old, of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Booth died one day last week of bron- chial pneumonia. Mrs. Arthur Johnson and her little son of Springfield, 111., are in ( anadian visiting Mrs. John- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

-, <€>' Washita Valley Herefords Wanted A good tenant for good farm. Must have plenty of teams and im- plements and be qualified to han- dle properly. C. B. Haynie. Santa Fe brand Coffee has a rich, aromatic flavor. Have you tried it? Consumers Supply Co. 'Headed f y the $2000 Caldo 8th, $e.M676l. £rwre Lad 3rd, No. 542632, and D a Perfect 1st, No. 464023. Sfi kead of cows and heifers in fetrd, by Beau Militiant No. X!6S04. Young stock, both sexes imv sale. K. T. ALEXANDER Gem, Texan INFLUENZA starts with a Cold Kill the Cold. At the sneeze take BILL'S cascaraEN'iwin 1 rd cold remedy for 20 year9 -in tablet foi:n—safe, sure, no opiates—breaks up a cold in 21 relieves $;rip in 3 days. / baclc if it fails. The .tine box has a Red p with Mr. Hill's icture. At All Dra/r Stnra* I | i Hugh & Frank DRY CLEANERS Clothes Called for and Delivered SATISFACTION GUARANTEED U I v |,l: ■ |l; W V? >'! i They couldn't be built mm for twice $7i.ooo r I When the talk turns from politics t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

l^jji ii WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. FOR SALE- Windmill tower and tank. Call 291. Mrs. Thomas Riley. 22S £ Teases WANTED—Anywhere in the Panhandle territory. Will ex change stock in large drilling company, or might handle for you. Prices must be right. G. C. Witte P. 0. Box 237, Fort Worth, Texas SALESMEN WANTED ■to solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address The Todd Oil and Paint Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood typewriter, 84 characters includ- ing capitals; in first class condi- tion. Price $75.00. C. A. Stu.-cr, Canadian, Texas. -21.lt CATTLEMEN—Take notice. Re- member the date of the auction sale of the Red Deer Hereford Breeders Association? March 27th There will be a number of good young bulls consigned to this sale, all bred within this vicinity. 21 It FOR RENT—One sleeping room to gentleman. Phone 107. LOST—Mv day book showing work- done by me. Will give reward for its return. Fred Carver. 20 PLYMOUTH ROCK EG...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 February 1920

^ 1 ' } I J i I I t A I I I S hi Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY Spring Season's Cleverest Smartest Millinery MITCHELL'S HAT SHOP CANADIAN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY "DO IT ELECTRICALLY" House wiring done by a bonded electrician in accordance with the latest code require- n tents. Evei y electrical appliance manufactured to lesvMt your household duties: Electric Irons Ircmers, Hot Pads, Vacuums, Thor Wash- ers, Coffee Pots, Sewing Machines and Motors, Fairbanks Morse Farm Lighting Equipment. If it is Electrical we sell it. VACUUMS TO RENT BY THE DAY Canadian Water, Light and Power Company ^ WITH OUR RURAL ] I CORRESPONDENTS ! ! ! * + GEM Mrs. M. A. Carson Word has been received by Gem friends of the death Sunday of Mrs. M. A. ('arson at her home on the Washita river in Oklahoma. Mrs. Carson is one of the early day (settlers in Oklahoma and know- full well the hardships of the pio- neer life. She had a daughter Mrs. Augusta Metcaif, who has faithful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 23. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR T sli j Membership in Cham- ber of Commerce Has Reached the 140 Mark A large number of members at- d the regular session of the of Commerce Tuesday bet- Highway Commission Report The following notes from the Highway Comission of Texas, tak- en from their last report issued shows the report on highway No. 4: This month saw the completion of seventeen miles of federal aid New Road District Will Vote on $70,000 Issue of Road Bonds Public Sale Bills Record printed bills this following public Die There was presented to the com- missioners court in session Tues- day a petition with the propeu project No, 45 and eight miles jr,u*mber 0:f signatures asking the i, and much important busi- state aid project No. 2.3 in Hemp-1court create a road district out was dispatched. The^.report I ''ill County on highway No. 4. lliis j0j Commissioner Precincts .1 and the secr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

OUR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Still arriving daily. Now you will find our Store plumb full of an uptodate Stock Our Special for the Coming Week 20 Per Cent Discount on All Ladies and Girls Shoes We still have a good assortment of them tHHIFair Store CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER On account of the .storm no meet- ing was held last week, tho two members went to the building to be present. Oklahoma was the thirty-third state to ratify the federal suffrage amendment. We need three more. It has taken 111 years to drive rum from the United States. The first definite temperance move- ment was started in Saratoga County, New York, in 1808, when a band of forty-three men pledged themselves not to get drunk under a penalty of a fifty-cent fine. In her maiden speech in parlia- ment on February 24th, Lady As tor pleaded for restriction over the drink trade for the sake of the children. Remarking that the convictions ef women for drunkenness had doubled during the last year, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

No. 130. Official statement of the financial condition of THE CANADIAN STATE BANK at Canadian! Stale of Texas, at the close of business on the 28th daj February, 1920, published in the Canadian Record, a newspaper pri ed and published at Canadian, State of Texas, on the 11th day March, 1920 : RESOURCES ^Loans and discounts, personal or collateral Loans, real estate r ------ - Overdrafts Bonds and stocks Real estate (banking house) - Furniture and fixtures Due from approved reserve'agents, net ' Cash items Specie Interest and assessment depositors' guaranty tuncL. - Destructive Maze Visits Main Street in Pampa Thursday of nt- of ?t resouri $340,500 24,904 603 2,100 7,630 2,501 98,938 1,634 19.515 3.482 4,512 1.617 Total $507,946.08 LIABILITIES apit'al stock paid in _. Surplus fund Undivided profits, net Individual deposits, subject to check Time certificates of deposit Cashier's checks Bills payable and rediscounts Other liabilities $52,000.00 28,000.00 24,713.53 287,091.20 J 00,953....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

■if p. •• tM *. f>. iiEfcic If Ik., M TK Canadian Record A distinguished Lubbock Visit- ine ^anaaian ivecora or jn This Cit Last Week Canadian, Hemphill County, I exas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoflice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920 Let's make it a Chamber of Com- merce membership of 200. Canadian entertained a distin- guished visitor last week, and while the Record editor seemed to recognize the unwelcome guest yet our memory was confused until we received the Lubbock Ava- lanche, and then we knew our old acquaintance of the South Plains. He was A. Hy Winned, stepson of Sum Hy Winned, who the Avalanche intimates travels out of ||hat city. Lubbock is a wholesale center. Lubbock boasts ... . came of numerous salesmen who make Miami is getting into the game and organizing a commercial club. The Stratford Star reports the birth of a child weighing fourteen pounds to a family of that city...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS Good Koaris Build a Town liiiiinni bowed stiffly from the hips ... jiii . n- —a touch of foreign courtesy which Good roads build a town, leu . . . hml its cfliTt. v i s ago a itiw cow 11 ails thiu the* : **|f you're mt leisure, Mr. Oullen, I | pastures with gates to open and jaliould like verv much to have a word I shut constituted the highways, I with you. On I think I may call it and everybody came to town jusljs" in-pent: private matters. My name ♦ t i t i* ] • is Ui] 1 innl; In brief, I've come up the same. Now the farmers and i ; ' , ' , f . .ill ! from New ^ ork today to bring you a | ranchmen follow the best open | |(,,ti.r |..om n v(iuiif, |miu mu,KKl Ui(.h. anl Morgan." i I'oau, no matter how far it is to tin town at the end of that road. Ca- ".Moi'gan!" siilil the oliier niiin nadiaii cannot have too many good sharply, "i>ick Morgrm!" Hack In the I | roads. The building of the D-G-D northwest, the opening and grad- ing of a first class road to G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

STORAGE BATTERY TNAOC MA >V BSSI5IIHCO EVERY minute a battery works there is evapora- tion going on, but it affects the water only never the acid. No matter how old the battery may be it has its full supply of acid, and that acid keeps its strength unless some of it happened to spill out. Water is the only thing that should ever be put into your battery and only enough of that to keep the solution within a quarter-inch of the tops of the plates. BLANTON BATTERY COMPANY "Blind Husbands" One of the biggest and most exquisite pro- ductions of the entire year. ERIC VON STROHEIM who scored such successes in "The Hearts of the World" and "The Heart of Human- ity", has made a better production in i Pastime Theatre I Matinee 2.30. Night 7 o'clock. ADMISSION 15 and 35 CENTS J. G. BROWN & COMPANY Canadian, Texas REAL ESTATE Farm and Ranch Land City Property OFFICE WITH J. M. SHAW IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR RENT SEE US The Canadian Record THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920 "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Boys single trousers lined thru- out at Everybody's. Mrs. Minnie Hay (ion of Enid, Ok la., is visiting her friend, Mrs. Yolande Smith, in Canadian for •^two weeks. PERSONAL AM) LOCAL Good values in boys suits at Ev- ei ybodv's. The Moody Oil and Refining Company reports that its sales are good and that the people who know Thos. L. Moody are buying freely. W. F. Peugh of Higgins, county assessor, was in Canadian yester- day on business with F. W. Wilsey assessing the Spearman lands in Lipscomb County. Mr. and Mrs. John Field's- of Sentinel, Oklahoma, are visiting ^their son, Robert Fields, in this city this week. Mr. Fields was un- til recently publisher of the Lead- er at Sentinel, lie sold the paper At the close of their visit in Cana- dian today Mr. and Mrs. Fields go to Idaho to visit another son and they will probably locate there. Mr. Fields was a pleasant caller at the Record office Monday to asso- ciate fraternally with the office force. W. E. Murrell made ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

- Dig for Egyptian Templet. An appeal for funds to carry on the excavation of Egyptian antiquities on a larger scale than ever hefore con- templated was sent out by the Egyp- tian Exploration Fund from its Amer- ican headquarters at Boston, the New York Times states. About $10,000 Is needed to reopen the excavation of ancient civilization where many relics ' were found before the war stopped the ' ■work. The appeal says: "Two' monumental undertakings are the clearance of the eleventh and eighteenth dynasty temples of Delr el Bannrl, visited by every tourist at Thebes, and at Ahydos. the Oslrelon, | the temple of the underworld, dedi- j rated by Merenptah, Pharaoh of the ( Exodus, and richly decorated by liim j with texts from the 'Book of the Dead.' This great excavation, halted by the war, employed C83 fellaheen (native workmen) and awaits comple- tion. It Is the one remaining archi- tectural ouz/.le of Egypt." Filipinos Want Motors. American motor vehicles continue to predominate ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

I "•II A * SOME DAY THE NEWS WILL BE FLASHED OVER THE WORLD: "The Panhandle tf Texas Has a Wonder Oil'WeJJ ggn -t- - ■■ ■■ l —M—ll—M—M—U .. M ■■ - ,, „ „ „ „ u „ „ „ „ ,, „ ,! - -■ 1 n ,t n M |f t|| |r M „ r1 lt „ „ „ „ fI „ „ ,n „ M-n-rH ,| „ „ n| n ^ |MM An Opportunity Today to Join Company and share with us the Wonderful Results that are sure to follow. CAPITAL $3,000,000. ALL STOCK FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE. PAR VALUE $10.00 PER SHARE ONLY 50,000 SHARES OFFERED AMARILLO:|t. V. ELLZEY, Manager. WICHITA FALLS CANADIAN: A. BUCKNER, Manager Ml A;'<:■■■ >' Trustees and Officers THOS. F. MOODY, President. O. W. COX, Vice President. ED. S. McKINNEY, Vice President THOS. V. ELLZEY, Secretary. C. B. HAYNIE, Treasurer. Wichita Falls, Texas Only $500,000 worth of stock offered to the pub- lic. We already have near $1,000.00 a day produc- tion. I A Safe Investment $800 a day, $24,000 a month, $28&,000 a year; or nearly 10 per cent in- terest on the entire cap- ital. DESDEMONA ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 March 1920

r j s it I I' I I W. Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY + 1 EVERY MAN'S REASON SAYS: 1P*MH But every man does not save. That is where failures are made. One way to save is to do your trading where prices are right. Our Spring Dry Goods, hats, and shoes are in. Investigate our prices. HI Km, iiiflMMl —+ IT'S WORTH WHILE to send the family washing to the Canadian Steam Laundry and save for more pleasant tasks the time you would spend in wash tub drudgery by washing at home. And it: is just as cheap, too. Try us and sec. LAUNDRY WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GEM llrs. J. D. Downs and little daughter, Lillie, lel't Friday to vis- it her daughter, Mrs. Head, west ol Glazier. Jack O'Neil was calling on Gem friends Friday, lie left the usual number of smiles behind. Mrs. Ben Reed is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. White, at Glazier. Dewey Raft, who has. been em- ployed west of here, went to hi.- home near Durham Friday. Miss Carrie McFatter left fo.i Am...

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