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

jjHtk f'jz ' *1 8i! :h - fosSHffi?' SSS3 HOPE FOR PERMANENT PEACE # Those Who Fought, and Those Who Suffered at Home, Alike Favor Some Form of a League H of Nations. Article X. By FRANK COMERFORD. Europe wus succumbing to exhaus- tion wheii the war came to an end. The terrible waste was telling. En- durance had reached the breaking point. Willi peace one thought ran around the world: There must be no more jvar. The men who did the fight- ing said it loudest. "I'm glad 1 hud a 'chance to do my part—1 wouldn't have missed the 'show' for a million dollars, and I wouldn't take a million dollars to go through it agal'h," is the way they ' put It. Everywhere in Europe 1 heard, "It is over, it is finished, thank God." The first thought of reconstruction was a plan to make peace permanent. The laboratory and the machine shop gave to this war a terrible mean- ing, new agencies had been Intro- duced to kill and maim men, liquid fire, mustard gas, high explosives, bombs from the clouds, torped...

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

.^-r <• . •,... ^ • - •""■ -rf W -"• *■- . .* i-M,. - -«■■■ ^, . .,„ ««• -" ,i «^Wf* HT"" •*■ ■< • . ' **": ' ' ' Hp* PEF iSt? ifisi MS n ^HOLTORJHY f HAU j be as crystal to the four who waited j for him to speak. j He was himself and he was not him- self; he was ostensibly Henry Hllllard, | a man In whom It couldn't be suspect- I ed that the heart and soul of Dicky I Morgan were embodied; he was tran- seendentallst; a spectator nt his own [ funeral. Sight of the Croix de Guerre. : of poor Pierre Dutout, who In be- | queathlng that Impressive bit of j bronze to him, hadn't dreamed that j he was leaving a heritage of chicanery please! Oh, Mr. Milliard!'■ ••No—yes, I . . . I'll sit down!" Her eyes seemed niagnetl/.ed to Mil- liard's. "Only I want to hear—1 want to hear!" "Tell her from the beginning," said Culleu, popping his forehead. Get u glass of water . . . anything else, Carol?" She shook her head. "Tell me!" she shIiI, "I want to know!" S§ that Milliard, inspirited by the...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL { 1 * Mrs. M. W. Uzzell underwent an operation at the hospital Tuesday At last reports she was doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hum of Hig- |s visited their son, T. M. Hurn, his family in this city the first of the week. Mi The Canadian Buick Company reports the sale of the following Buick cars in the last ten days: Wiley Wright, roadster; W. C Isaacs, sedan; D. W. Judd, seven- passenger enclosed car. Geo. Hill of Amarillo, district manager; Mr. Caldwell of Fort Worth, division superintendent; and Mr. Boatman, publicity man, ^11 officials of the Southwestern telephone and Telegraph Compa- ny, were in Canadian one day last week on business with R. A. Le- tnond, manager of the local ex- change, and looking over their property in this city. The little sons of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hurn were run over by an automobile on Kingman street last Friday, and while they were bruis- ed and scratched they do not seerr to be any worse for the accident and will soon be fully recover...

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

IP || / gSSSa , : •' m' 71-, , V'i 1 ~ ! s 3, ~ P* MP! !•: SP The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas Road Maintenace By D. J. Young president of the D-C-D Highway and member of L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher the Executive Committee of the Published Every Thursday' Associated Highways of America > —| Construction of highways and Entered at the postoffice at Ca- their maintenance is one of the nadian, Texas, as second class , big business problems facing the ■> n matter. i commercial world. The capacity of | our railroads is overtaxed. Our THURSDAY, APRIL 1st, 1920 transportation facilities must be supplemented by truck, especially " ~~ ion short hauls. Rurai districts Thomason the Man for Governor jnni&t have good roads over which The Record is for Thomason for|to haul their produce to market, governor. The race seems to have The hauling of priduce to market automatically eliminated all can-1 by horse power <vi!| soon be a XT „ „„#i t'rr.g of the past. ...

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

m DRESS UP FOR EASTER SUNDAY Our store is brim full of new clothes for men. It is only three days until Easter. Don't wait any longer, but come to the Men's Store and pick out your new Easter Togs. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES ^CURLEE CLOTHES NEW SHIRTS SUPERIOR UNDERWEAR PANAMA HATS NEW NECKWEAR EDWIN CLAPP SHOES WALKER SHOES HOWARD & FOSTER SHOES EVERYTHING A MAN WEARS. ALL NEW GOODS RECEIVED WITHIN THE PAST FEW DAYS. WE'LL GLADLY SHOW YOU AMMONS & UZZELL THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS I t*. - PERSONAL AND LOCAL Bring your photos to Miller's for frames. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger MeConnell of Pampa were in the city Sunday visiting- the family of Mr. and Mrs. li. 0. Young. Mrs. Young is Mr. McConnell's aunt. PERSONAL AND LOCAL P. R. Burns is in Wichita, Kans., this week on business. A large number of Canadian folks attended the Red Deer Here- ford Breeders sale at Miami Sat- urday. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Ch'as. Herndon of Vian, Okla., is in Canadian...

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

' ': ' ' * WW tk i I |i&> ?:«>. mm $,'. ■HMl --: ■bb -*•- I 77ieMAN I NOBODY KNEW Holworthy Hall , , Cop/right kr Dona, Mead * Company. lit CONTINUED FROM 4th PAGE "In (lie morning? At . . . eleven?" "I'll come giiidly." "And . . . and I want to thank you now," she said in a tone which would have fallen as a blessing upon the ears of any other man alive, "for speaking ns though you loved him. And for all you did for him. Perhaps you know already . . . perhaps you can't know . . . but I'm trying to tell you, because he was ... he was one of my very dearest friends." His brain snapped; he bent down to her. "You loved him—too?" ne said, un- controllably. "Yes," she said. "Once—I loved him, too 1" • •• ••• Alone in the appointed guest room of the. C'uljen home—for Mr. Cullen had been as good as his word, and sent a car to fetch his visitor's be- longings— Milliard lighted a cigarette (an acquired taste, but advisable as a minor deception, since he had been notorious for Ids ta...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 April 1920

- - AUSTRIAN DESPOT IN ITALY Excellent Reasons Why Commandant in Town of Buje Was Feared and Detested. ^fiuring the war, Austria, fearing WW hating the Italians of (stria, placed every town under drastic military con- trol. It was the chief task of Colonel Vogelhueber, commander of Buje, to wake the Italians feel Ills presence. They had felt it one day. Incensed by his latest decrees, they had come in crowds below his windows, discussing, gesticulating, angrily demanding an audience, until his troops had rannned them In the stomach with the butts of rifles and driven them off—off to their homes'where tliey would find that during their absence a few more ob- jects had mysteriously disappeared, woolen clothing, perhaps, or some pieces of furniture or a cherished pic- ture. Not stolen, of course, but "requi- sitioned." It was neat. He had had a good day but he would have a better evening. Ttiey had wanted an audience. Very well. That evening lie would grant an audi- ence to their leadi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 April 1920

r;i,_ " =•■•••■• %^iy ,, Wsp a fl|s *wfc|**0 "*9 ' "(to#-■ •• $*'■ ; = pgi #^S;5 l||i|| K fi© «SKw$ B/iW# ?" • fe j Sheriffs Sale tha M. Banner and their unknown The State of Texas, County of heirs, Frank P. Hitchcock and Hemphill: By virtue if an order of sale is- aucd out of the Honorable District Court of Roberts County, Texas •a the 22d day of March, 1920, by the district clerk of said Court in the case of E. T. Prater vs. L. L. Wilson No. 568 and to rae as sher- iff directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell within the hours prescribed by law for sheriff's sales on Wednesday, the 7th day of April, 1920 at W. R. Medium's f,'urn in Hemphill County, Texas; about 30 miles S. E. from Cana- dian, Texas, the following describ- wife, Lucretia Hitchcock, and their unknown heirs,E. D. Steffler and wife, Mamie K. Steffler, Wm. F. Kuhlman and wife, Amelia S. Kuhlman, C. Q. Johnson, J. H. Schmurr, W. P. Smith, Christ J. wife, Bertie Steffler, and their Ritter, Dora Guice, A. C. Cum unkn...

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

;V^. * /V WANT For Sale, COLUMN Etc. :u THOROBRED JERSEY COW for sale. $140 cash. Call 367. M ■V A NT ED—Sit* 11 modern house or two or three unfurnished rooms cows, many' in modern house. Call GT 26tf WANTED- GENERAL manent or lady. Four -STENOGRAPHIC OR OFFICE WORK, per- temporary, by young years experience. Call For Sale Having just sold my three sec- tions of grass land to Mr. R. K 1'aimer of Wellington, I have foi sale 100 good white face I liese are young cows and have young calves by side. Have lor sale also 100 yearling steers and 200 yearling heifers. This is all good native white fact stock. Will sell any part or all and give teims on same. I! interested see !ne at oncc.- J. R. Edwards, Zy- bach, Texas. 259 or 585-F-22. 2011 LOST—Iron handled jack and pair ol mud chains for 31x4 tires, be- tween Canadian and ftfobeetie. Re-! ward. Leave at Canadian Buick Co. 26 pd SECOND HAND Furniture from equipment of ten rooms for sale at bargain prices. This furniture includes bedstead...

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

gfertfe Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes v SHAW'S AGENCY WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS STILL IN THE GAME BUT NOT STfjgft,,': nor quiet in any sense of the word We are busy and want to continue so. Next Tuesday we will offer standard hos- iery for children: per pair 33l/ac Money must accompany mail orders. W. C. Barber & Co. r 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 washing at home. And it is just as cheap, too. Try us and see. Canadian Steam iv ■ m LEDERLE Germ Free Vaccine The longest known immunity at a price that is right. Why pay fancy prices when you can buy the Best known protection against Black- leg at the following prices? 19-doee packages 20c per dose 5®*dose packages 18c per dose 110-dose packages 15c per dose We also carry LEDERLE Abortion Vac- cine, a single injection of which confers life immunity against contagious abortion. Anti-Blackleg...

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

' * ■-% '■ VOLUME 27, NUMBER 27. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAH Road Bonds Discussed at Meeting of Business Men Tuesday Night for Issuance of Road Bonds in District No. 1 Prepared by Committee for Your Information! At the meeting of the business men in the Chamber of Commerce rooms Tuesday night, the coming election Cor road bonds in District 1 of this county was discussed bom in New York seventy yean David Van Norden, the old trap Facts and Figures Regarding the Election per of Persimmon Grove on the north side of the river, has beet very sick for several days, and he is now being cared for at the home of Chas. Peet in the north part o: town. Everybody knows the olc. trapper and they are sorry to lean ol his illness. With his tents anc! his traps he has been one of tht novelties of his vicinity. He waf at length] and it was the unani- mous opinion of the meeting that the bonds should carry by a large majority, as this portion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

A' m ra & h>^'.. ' I 1. It p • to • £ S* - ?}' X, ?;<-1,* mw .<■ '-k* iv^'* %b ?& ty. • V Our New Spring Styles # in Oxfords and Pumps an| 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 witji 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 decidin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. A want ad will find it for you. FOR SALE—4-room house, closc in. See Edw. C. Fisher. .FOR SALE—Modern 4-room house ^fstables, chicken house, coal house and fair dugout. On easy terms. J. W. Nolen. 30pc^ FOR SALE—Lease on 320 acres ia oil field at Vernon, Texas. Clar- ence Teel at Canadian Buick Com- pany. 29pc) FOR SALE—Two as fine residence lots as can be found in town. Foi sale reasonable. Mrs. Ceo. Wins- low. FOR SALE — Three thousand pounds of sudan seed. Recleaned j and sacked. 10c per pound. Will j deliver f. o. b. cars at Canadian 1 M. H. Smith, Gem, Texas. 27 4 j 1* OR PLAIN SEWING call on Mrs. H. C. Young, Phone 57. tf25: FOR RENT—One sleeping room to gentleman. Phone 107. LOST—Iron handled jack and pair •1 mad chains for 31x4 tires, be- tween Canadian and Mobeetie. Re-1 ward. Leave at Canadian Buick j Co. 26pd j Marriage Licenses Issued April 3d: Guy Hugh Randle and Carrie Dell Tullis, both of Cher okee, Oklahoma. Robert C. Moore of Gage...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

in i% \ - ml. ■ .. 5^5^ ■;. k'&: I#?' $T ' ■ f ;? ? t ill <. :-f&.^Y>: r L-V •;• ..' mm ■ BE The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L P loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian. Texas, as second class Mil matter. ♦THURSDAY, APRIL Sth, 1920 The editor's strawberry patch is full of blooms and in a few days we'll be eatinf? ripe strawberries and cream.—Plainview News. I And that night it snowed and the next night ice froze an inch thic kon the water trough. If Jes*1 Adams eats strawberries soon lie will have to send to Galveston for them. There may be more method in the large donations being made tc. church and charitable purposes by the millionaires of the United States than appears on first con- j lideration. When they come to pa% j their income taxes they are per , mitted to subtract from their gross. income all the donations made te . charitable and church organiza-J tions, which donations are exempt ,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

cres ' 1 a r' 59 pd ; -•+ I \ NEW HATS Get under one of our Spring 1 lats. They are the style and quality you have been looking for. Xevv colors in J. B, Stetson and Mallorv Mats. MEN'S SPRING APPAREL BE WELL DRESSED i HOSIERY | | We carry the famous Armor I ! Plate Hosiery for men. You ( will profit by laying in a supply Silks and Lisles in all colors. is an opportunity to get your Spring Suit and at the same time get the very latest in style and weave. Every one of our suits is an excep- tional value and will ' give exceptional service. NEW SPRING ARRIVALS IN YOUNG MEN'S AND CONSERVATIVE STYLES Single and double breasted. Some belted models. The new dip front, the latest colors, models and fabrics. Why not a blue serge or a Flannel ? Whichever you desire we have in all \ 1 i ❖- IDE SHIRTS Snappy patterns. That's what you want in Shirts. You will like these. The patterns . arc- neat and suggestive of good taste and correctly tailored in Silk, Percale and Madras. Ammons $k Uzzell TH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

The MAN I NOBODY KNEW Holworthy Hall \ Copjtlgtit Of Ootid. Moad A Company. I no. CONTINUED from LAST WEEK She lifted her eye.s, saw Hillard jimiling at her, and blushed rosily. not rr>r any untune accruing to ner, but because she hud arrived at the age of easy blushes*. "I . . . suppose you're going over to Carol's pri'tty soon," she said con- strained to say something and grasp- ing at the first available idea. "So anxious to get rid of me?" he asked, amused. "Oh, no!" Horror was In her tone arid mortification. "Only ... I wanted to talk to you before you saw Carol. Because Carol doesn't ... I don't think she'll exactly feel as I do about this ... I know she won't Maybe It's because Dick and I were chuins, und she and Dick were . . . oh, you know. It's different. You ought to take that Into consideration—when you talk to her, I mean. I don't mean I don't care, because I do—terribly— but I ... I can see what It meant to Dick . . . arid I know how he'd have loved it, and picked t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

. i- ':'fe Th« Cynical Actress. At lenst one manager believes that the actress should lead a pure and sim- ple life. "Cynical, disillusioned actresses are no good," he said at u dinner. "1 re- member an actress of mine some years ago who fell down badly in a part I'd ^iven her. m '"'Look here,' 1 said the morning af- ter she fell down, 'all critics say you don't show half enough emotion in the scene where your husband leaves you, never to return.' "The cynical, disillusioned creature gave a hard laugh. "'Oh, 1 don't, don't I?' she sneered. "Well, look here. Mr. , I've had six husbands leave me. never to return, and I guess 1 know how much emotion ought to be shown in such circum- stances as well us anybody.'"—London ! Opinion. Town Remembers Old Glory. Rye may be, owing to the sea's va- Lgarles on that part of the English : |eoast, two miles inland at the pres- j ent day, but she does not forget her ancient glory as a Cinque Port. Did not Rye furnish nine ships, in the time ; of Edw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 April 1920

WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS Si >i\ fel 1 is sPi i; -1 GEM Mrs. Kate Huff left Saturday Itir Oklahoma City to be with her son, Steve, who is there having his eyes treated. Glen Tipps spent the week end here with Amos Buckner. Thanks for the sausage, Mrs. Buckner. It was fine. W. R. Hext returned to Kansas City Tuesday. Mrs. John Briggs won the firsl dollar given as a premium by W. .'•Sr.; w LEDERLE Germ Free, Vaccine The longest known immunity at a price that is right. Why pay fancy prices when you can buy the Best known protection against Black- leg at the following prices? 10-4ose packages 20c per dose 50-dose packages 18c per dose 100-dose packages 15c per dose We also carry LEDERLE Abortion Vac- cine, a single injection of which confers life immunity against contagious abortion. Anti-Blackleg Serum for the treatment of Blackleg: 100 c. c. $4.50. Champion Veterinary Syringe 30 c. c. complete $8.00 mm C. Barber & Co. Wednesday and!Mrs. Barker returned home Fri- Mesdames J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

I ■ > THE CANADIAN RECORD VOJ.I ME 27, NUMBER 28. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAH Chamber of Commerce Enthusiastically Unan- imous for Road Bonds The session of the Chamber of Commerce at the W. C. T. U. build- ing Tuesday night proved to be a very interesting one. There were ^iout sixty members in attendance. 'Routine business was disposed of. The matter of establishing a tourist cam,i park was discussed and the < umittee instructed to make further progress and report. The matter of the Baptist Asso- ciation deeding the old Canadian Academy property to the city for the benefit of the public was re- ported as about consummated. The establishing of an uptown express office and also an up-town telegraph office was entered into, and a committee appointed to in- vestigate and report at the next meeting. Arrangements for entertaining the Booster excursion from Wich- ita, Kansas, on April 27th were dis- cussed. It is anticipat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

■PPP ■ Beat the High,Cost ipf Living st D ;„J < Did you ever stop to think have a pair of shoes repaired ber of the family as cheap as that you can for each mem- you can buy a m i ■TO? - 'r:\' pair of new ones for yourself? THE AMERICAN SHOP S,v , t IK * Pif feT w* £'■? "ft *!. Here's to teeth, appetite, m digestion! 1 I The flavor (asts-and the electrically sealed package brings m 1 WRIGLEYS to you with all its goodness perfect- ly preserved. Sealed SPSS'*-- S - ■ ife, * 11 * #1? *■ ■ - r ■ " '' V 3 s 1 ■£ • \1 i : Ji$S£ ■ , mm I Mkrf. fi ft' if Right! PI jiJllliLx WRIC LEV'S XilMiiE I PuicyVRUIT V. m ,7 C M,l; .V I P*<V fttjV Vlllllil II Uj Lllltl.IiiSllSllSilSJilMIIS^illlH^IIJ DOUBLEM'SNT bX4;iA^ii:LsJfcLUiJ^ />/ /■ / / tr xt t .y/ r 3 ana SPEARMINT juiag' //v'r ^ f t i. A 'si>/°P I *'' 1 WlV^l'V- '■ ^'^5-. / ' 1 -,':j-,., 1^! '' Ikm f " 'tt® IP?' $ i C*1 ■ ! ■ HHb Present day financial requirements are greater than they ever were be- fore. Banking service, to be effe...

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