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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

Til Ii CANADIAN RECORD Vt )!,( Mli 27. NUMBER 21. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH IS, 1920. SUBSCH 1PTION, $2.00 THE YEAR l~*. Canadian Dirt is Good Brick Making Material Say Expert Brick Men .ink Lewis of Canadian found soil at Canadian several works ago which he considered . material for manufacturing i^r k, and as he has worked with wv k all his life and has a fairly ai i urate knowledge of what con- stitutes good brick material he se- cured the services of Judge W. D, K is her who sent the dirt away tc, brick manufacturing company and asked them to burn it and re- port to him what success, if any. Ihey had in making brick of it. The company burned the dirt and re- lumed to Judge Fisher a brick as hard and as firm as vitrified brick and reported to him that they con- sidered the dirt as good brick, making material as they had evei handled. They recommended the dirt for the making of high cias- vitrified brick. A larger shipment of dirt has' been shipped to them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

OUR AIM \ is to always please. We are in a position to serve yon right and save you money. We can supply your wants in our lines without any de- lay. Our Ladies' Ready to Wear is very attractive. Also our line of men's clothing is uptodate. Jf you will see the goods the quality and the prices will speak for themselves. OUR NEXT WEEK'S SPECIAL 20 per cent discount on all Ladies' Muslin Underwear. It will soon be time to put 'em on. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Build some houses. Col. 'Li. A. H. Smith of Siaton came to Canadian Tuesday to s is- it with ('apt. Arrington at the Ar- lington ranch and to shake hands with friends in Canadian. The Colonel and (.'apt. Arringtoi) fought in the same regiment in the Confederate army in the Civil War. *5" Hugh & Frank Clothes Caled for and Delivered j|f|M ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Sam Earhart and her little girl left this week for Dallas to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McAdams. They are making the trip for the little g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

1 I "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (Continued From Last Week) '•I'm- reason h'ii.s mat a ivpithlir n.C ed men-—ami the lieutenant was will- ing to he a former if that were a ren- dition to his heing a patriot. His con- ception of patriotism was to enlist ev- ery able-bodied man in lite service of France, lint tit that, time, the war was still rather exclusive as far as Americans were concerned. So that Dick\ Morgan disappeared from earth —fii'l there was « new soldier of the sixiy-nin! It Territorials hy tin' name 1 hitotu of 1 body" "What"!" said Mr I! i i i iartl sh nr.'L'i'd "I said lie told mi self, lie s dare 'I VI OP nnd t 'alien. his shoulders. % much n!>i:ii! ill ru- led miller his own name, sa v you can veril'v iiiut alias, ami his false record. No one would have any reason to douht that he wasn't what he purported to lie. lie craved to tell .someone; to send hack a message to his old friends; and I happened to he there—-ami lie eonlided in tin*. And here 1 am. Mr. (.'illicit. li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loom is. Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 18. 1920 Only one member of the force is left on the job this week at the Record office and he has had to fill the positions of editor, foreman, linotype operator and pressman. It is a good sized job each week for two men to keep up with the work, so the news columns have perforce been somewhat neglected and the paper is rather crowded in order to go to press on time. The force will be back on the job next week. A three year old boy at Hereford wandered in his sleep from his home Monday night last week and his frozen body was found next morning on the prairie a quarter of a mile away. It is said the child was a habitual somnambulist. 1 Jones' Army Bill Amendment W ould Save $200,000,000 a Year Representative Marvin Jones of Texas made a telling fight for a small army. He fought t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL See the "Gay Old Dog' Pastime Tuesday. Sam Sanders of Miami Canadian visitor Tuesday, at the J. L. Jennings was in Ochiltree on business the iirst of the week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. (VLaughlin of Miami was a Canadian shopper Saturday. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. John S. Perry visited in Wichita over the week end. Frank Willi.- went to Santa !«Y. H. IS. Hoover was a business N. M., Tuesday on a business trip, visitor in Wichita last week. Ale* Barton and his family and W. K. Barton of Lipscomb visited in Canadian Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. .J. Miller spent the week end in Wichita, Kansas. Mrs. 0. R. McMordie and Mrs. E. F. Catterton visited Mrs. Jim Johnson in Miami last week. "Gav Old Dog" will bring smiles and happy laughter. Pastime Tues- day. "The Gay Old Dog" who could- n't get married because he had ! three selfish sisters to support. I Pastime Tuesday, E. 0. Moyer from the C age by community has moved to the Still- well place near Canadian. CANADIAN WATER, LIGH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

mi II Hi & ■ Oil and Clas Showing at Childress Wednesday night the Denver- Gulf Uii tympany well, drilling on the southwest Quarter of the Hhyne section four miles south- east of Childress was shot with twenty-four sticks of dynamite. The depth is something less than 1,000 feet. The drillers encountered a good shewing iant week and speni sev- eral days trying to get some pro- duction from the sand. It was just enough to make them curious and they ku >w the worth o! even a .small well do not desire ts pass anything that might prove valua- ble. Altho several days were spent washing the well nothing could be be developed and fis a last resort ii, was decided to give the well a shot. The well was hailed Thursday morning and senile drops of oil and a faint odor of gas developed. The drill was started in the afternoon and quite a showing of oil was in the slush pit—Childress Index. J. E. Ruby left Canadian Sun- day for Denver where he will visit relatives. He will probably spend th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

«# Notice of Road Hond 151ection ♦THE STATE OF TEXAS, County ol' Hemphill: To the resident property t;ix- paying voters of Road District No, ! of Hemphill Counts'. Texas : TAKE NOTICE that an election est, maturing thirty years from I ner of Hemphill County; thence their date, for the purpose of con-[south on tne Hemphill and Kob- sirueting, maintaining and oper-! oris Coiintj line to tile souiInvest aiing macadamized, graveled or corik-r 01 sai i Hemphill County; paved roads and turnpikes, or in thence east or. the Hemphill and aid thereof and whether or not a W heeler C ount;, line fifteen miles tax shall be levied upon ine prop- to the southeast cornel' of section ■ ill be held on the 17th dav of **rl>* Road District No. I Humberts in block Ml. li. & (i. X. '(Kpril IO'-iO within Road. District "omphill County, Texa-, sub- Ky. to. survey; thence north aiding v i' ..(• li,.imi' ill iv.nniv t„vK .i; ;'t to taxation for the .'.urpose of. section lines to the south boundary t *...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 March 1920

Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY WITH OIJR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS +- 1 I THIS IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAR TO BE THINKING OF SEEDS We have 'em. D. F. Ferry & Co. garden seeds, onion sets, and Russett, Ohio, tri- umph and Irish Cobbler seed potatoes. Raise a garden! and cut down the old H. C. of L, At your service. & Co. +— 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 washtub drudgery by washing at home. And it is just as cheap, too. Try us and see. Canadian Steam LAUNDRY X,})' GAGEBY Mr. Barker made a trip to Wel- lington Friday. Mrs. J. W. Van Sickle and her son Cavlor spent Wednesday night with her sister, Mrs. Igo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith took dinner with John Wright's Sun- day, Mr. and Mrs. Audio Hennington moved to the Still we 11 place, form- erly the Mover place, this week. The Misses Edna and Blanche Johnson visited Mrs. J. W. Van Sickle in Canadian from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

i i THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 25. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COJNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 25. 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR •+ -+ •+ -+ 11 [•+ i hange in Dates Announced for | 3V1, I*. Rogers of Zybach was a D-C-D Convention at Hobart caller at the Record office Friday. We call the attention of the readers of the Record to the i l.i<nge in dates for the annual con- vention of the D-C-D highway >at 11 ■ ft .art, Okla. The convention will hi held on May 11th and 12th in- *u-ad of May 25th and 2(ith as heietofore announced. Canadian greatly interested in this inter- state highway, as our citizens are primarily responsible for its or- ganization and success up to date. VV e are sure a large delegation will go to the Hobart meeting. Last year about twenty roads boosters made the long trip to Ardrhore and we are confident that a larger num- ber will go from Canadian to Ho- bart. We an advised that a large supply of D-C-D pennants has been ordered by a local dealer, and He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

IP OUR AIM is to always please. We are in a position to serve you right and save you money. We can supply your wants in our lines without any de- lay. Our Ladies' Ready to Wear is very attractive. Also our line of men's clothing is uptodate. If you will see the goods the quality and the prices will speak for themselves. Mil iWiMHHB CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER The W. C. T. U. held its regular Weekly meeting last Wednesday With a good number present. Mrs Todd read the scripture lesson and Mrs. Mabon voiced the opening grayer. Mrs. Mabon has just returned from San Diego, Cal., and she brot with her a beautiful bouquet for the W. C. T. U., which was sent by Mother Sweeney, whom many Of the older members of the Union Will remember. She also sent her picture. Mrs. John Jones read an article entitled "The Flag of the Four Mothers", which told of how, when the Tuscania sank, one of these toothers copied the flag which was tattooed on the arm of one of the boys who was dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

■ Will Start Laying Brick Soon lAmarillo Lions Club Members On Canadian's Paved Streets Hear Canadian Man This Week •J. R. Moxley and his crew re- turned to Canadian today to com- plete the cement work and start Ji yinjf brick on the Canadian streets. The paving brick have (Lbeeii arriving rapidly during the T>ast two weeks. Mr. Moxley states tnat his company this week com- pleted the paving contract at Dal- hart. J Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Caylor have made application to the depart- ment of state thru M. F. Blair, county clerk, for passports ad- milting them to travel in England, France, and other European coun- tries. Judge N. P. Willis of Canadian, | who is considered by many one of the leading orators of the Panhan- dle, addressed the members of the Lions Club at their regular semi- monthly meeting yesterday at the Amarillo Hotel, creating much amusement with his swift wit and commanding attention with his philosophy. Judge Willis was the guest of Frank R. Jamison at the luncheon.—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

- -.TV ■0} , " ISfeSfw «*• " V'7 gg I ' K f I' Im & pi II >* i I iv W| 1" p* uR^ith:Vourfr: rtbhnimrr„dre Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas i advert|jlinl, than other L, P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher methods", said „ farmer to this Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MARCH paper one day last week. "Hand bills and announcements are all right but to get the sale before the people I want it in the Record." L. D. Shaw, editor of the Hig- „ gins News, stated last week that ' ; a friend dipping cattle on the Dav- idson Ranch near that city invited the editor to come out. Here is a chance for the boys down in the brakes who scoff at the idea of there being sufficient water on the North Plains to fill a bath tub, to come up to the Davidson Ranch and get their semi-annual. Wants to Come to Canadian Speaking of the building of res* idence houses in Clarendon the News says, in reply to a pleasant- ry in the Can...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

ANNUAL EXHIBIT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Hemphill County, Texas, for 1919: Showing aggregate amount Received and Paid Out of each fund, and balance to their credit. Also amount to Debit and Credit of each Officer. Also amount of indebtedness of County, to whom and for what due, with dates of same for the year ending Jan. 31, 1920. Filed 9th day of February, 1920. M. F. BLAIR, Clerk. The following amounts have been received and paid out of each Fund, leaving balances on hand or overpaid at the close of the year, viz : JURY FUND, 1st CLASS To Balance To Amount Received By Amount Paid Out By Amount Transferred to Other Funds By Balance DR. $1,471.76 7,972.66 CR. $2,168,60 6,500.00 775.82 $9,444.42 $9,444.42: ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND, 2d CLASS To Balance $405.03 To Amount Received _ 8,592.00 To Amount Transferred from Other Funds __ 14,500.00 By Amount Paid Out $26,766.29 By Balance (Overdraft) __ 3,269.26 $26,766.29 26,766.29 GENERAL FUND, 3d CLASS To Balance (Overdraft) $341.00 To Amount...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

Iff jtiffjiFW ANNUAL EXHIBIT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Hemphill County, Texas, for 1919: (CONTINUED FROM 5th PAGE) Date of Warrant No. of Month Day Year Warrant Nov. 17 1919 5 Nov. 17 1919 6 Nov. 17 1919 7 Nov. 17 1919 8 Nov. 17 1919 9 Nov. 17 1919 10 Nov. 17 1919 11 Nov. 17 1919 12 Nov. 17 1919 13 Nov. 17 1919 14 Nov. 17 1919 15 Nov. 17 1919 l(i Nov. 17 1919 17 Nov. 17 1919 18 Nov. 17 19H> 19 Jan. 8 1920 1 Jan. 8 1920 2 Jan. 8 1920 3 Jan. 8 1920 4 To Whom Issued For What Due Amount Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Terry Briggs & Co. Bearer School District No. 19 Bearer School District No. 19 Bearer School District No. 19 Bearer School District No. 19 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

More New Suits Are | Hart Schaffner & Marx and Curlee You should call in at your earliest convenience and make your selection, either in a Blue Serge or the new Spring Novelties priced at$25 to )100. EASTER WILL SOON BE HERE April 4th, one week from next Sunday, is the eventful day. An early Easter means an early spri ng. There is every reason why you should buy early. More to select from, and a better price. We have your size, etc. I ^ You should see the beautiful new line of Neckwear just received this week. IF MEN WEAR IT, WE HAVE IT HMHHIU ZZELL THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Zula Webster and Miss Christopher of Miami were in Ca- nadian last Friday. S. M. Earhart and Frank Cole are in Oklahoma City this week attending the auto show. Buy her an Easter present. A string of LaTosca, Richelieu, Del- ta or De Romance Pearls. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Edward Lane, formerly with the Liske Grain Company at Spearman, was transferred...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

• * ,nWfwi«i >t .mwiiii •i':* ■': V. Jmfr life Sheriff's Sale 'liie State of Texas, County of, Hemphill: Ky virtue if an order of sale is- sued out of the Honorable District €«art of Roberta County, Texas «tn the 22(1 day of March, 1920, by She disti l :t clerk of said Court in iifee case of E. T. Prater vs. L. L. Wilson Nr 568 and to me as sher- ffl directed and delivered, I will proceed t< sell within the hours prescribed by law for sheriff's sales on Wednesday, the 7th day ■if April, 1020 at W. R. Mechum's form in Hemphill County, Texas about 30 miles S. E. from Cana- dian, Texas, the following describ- ed property, towit: One Rumley ■ifeam engine, 26 horse power, and one Rumley 36x60 grain separator, levied on as the property of L. L. Wilson to satisfy a judgment amounting to $1,151.30 in favor of E. T. Pr.iter and costs of suit. Given under my hand this the "23d day of March, 1920. H. H. Stickley, Sheriff Hemphill County, Texas, Citation by Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

w WANT For Sale, COLUMN Rentals, Etc. A want ad will find it for you. FOR PLAIN SEWING call on Mrs. H. C. Young, Phone 57. tf25 "LOST—Between Moody Hotel and River Bridge a black overcoat. Re- «ird. Finder return to Record of- e. 25pd FOR SALE—1 8-ft. John Deere Disc Harrow and 1 John Deere Gang Plow. Ben Dorsey, Phone 34. 26pd LOST—A solid steel spur, shop made, with six-point star lock rowel. Plain strap and buckle. Please notify Lee Shaller. 252t LOST—Iron handled jack and pair of mud chains for 31x4 tires, be- tween Canadian and Mobeetie. Re- gard. Leave at Canadian Buick Co. 26pd ONE SLEEPING ROOM for rent Close in. Mrs. R. Bussell. FOR SALE —50 shares Stone Tractor stock at $20 per share. Stock now worth $30 but am in a tight and .must raise some money. C. A. Parrott, Texarkana, Texas, Build some houses in Canadian. DRUG AND GROCERY business for sale. *No premiums asked. Will rent building with shelving furn- ished. I shipped into this building from Jan 1, 1919, to Jan. 1, 192...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 March 1920

Pf ffi: P® fl?1 U |*A ■■-; ■H '% . 'V • aMtely-fe p, , fe'. II. • Kpp?0? j?v jH Storm Hail INSURANCE Bondslor all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY to send the family washing to the Canadian Steam Laundry and save for more pleasant tasks the time fou would spend in washtub drudgery by washing at home. And it is just as cheap, too. Try us see. A , • wS0-^J- % •J* iPfPP $$§ K nflai l p ■ lr i&fw iSSisSI ;■' LEDERLE The longest known immunity fit a price Whf pay fancy prices when you can buy tfce Be«t known protection against Black-" leg at the following prices ? < * 10-dase packages 20c per dose I l®e: Mfa tOiMIose packages 15c per doee ...... also carry LEDERL£ Abortion Vac- a single injection of which confers life inity against contagious abortion. Serum for the treatment of Blacklest* 100 I | i ' ^ < • . ' Every Tenth Customer Given a Dollar REFUND On Wednesday, March 31st we will offer some very attractive prices. Follow the Crowd. Get in line for easy'money. Thousands of yards of ...

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

* '4 THE 'CaltAJiSlf: RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 26. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, r-«XAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAB First Annual Red Deer Hereford Sale Attracts Big Crowd at Miami The equinoctial winds cuimin- Stork Leaves French-American Baby and ated Saturday night in a very . _ Overseas Romance or rormer Canadian The first annual sale of the Red Deer Hereford Breeders Associa- tion held at Miami Saturday was i> success, and all of the fancy, registered stock offered for sale was taken by the buyers. The sale was held under cover and there was a large crowd in attendance. The seats provided about the show ring were soon all taken, and there were as many people stand- ing as there were sitting. The sale was conducted by Col, P. M. Gross of Kansas City, one of the best thorobred stock salesmen in the west, and as an auctioneer he is quite an entertainer himself. He was assisted by Col. 1a S. Palmer of Canadian and Col. V. H. Moore of Wheeler. The show star...

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

f sByijl fi||cf M H i 0iP*> K, y ■ 111 .'■;':v;' 18 3N SP& Jllg mMB lislifl Our New Spring Styles in Oxfords and Pumps and in Boots are extra fine, and it will be a pleasure to have you come and see them. In looking you are under* no obligation to buy except that you will find our new shoes so fine that you will just want a pair and want them quickly. In buying our spring shoes we selected the highest qualities at the lowest possible prices. We know that our success lies in pleasing you and in furnishing you footwear that combines comfort and wear with good looks. When you see our new "Diamond Brand" styles you will like them. And when you wear them you will be even more pleased because you will find them in every way as good as they look—exceptionally good shoes at exceptionally good prices. We are in a position to serve you in footwear for every member of the family—have a "Diamond Brand" shoe for every purpose; a price for every purse. In deciding what to buy and where to ...

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