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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

WANT COLUMN , County Commissioners Have For Sale, Rentals, Etc. | Bus-V Session This Week 4 #> FOR RENT—One modern furn- ished room. Mrs. Clem Nix, phone 95. TO RENT —Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Fhone 61. * 28 FOR SALE—3 registered Here- ford Bulls, 14 to 15 months of age, ready for service. Located on out- skirts of city. J. C. Studer and Sons, Canadian, Texas. WANTED — Middle-aged woman to help with housework on ranch, Four in family. Mrs. V. Smith, Durham, Okla. 28pd ! The commissioners court has had a busy session this week, j An election has been called to ! vote on issuing bonds for a county hospital, in accordance with a pe- I tition presented before them. The notice calling the election appears in this paper. The court finds that it must pur- chase another tractor for road work, and when the road building machinery is in proper shape will put on a crew to hard dirt the roads of the county. FOR SALE—One Eclipse windmill and tower in good condition. Can al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

SEpr 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 mail matter. ipSf. < mm- THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 i Just a Year Among You Just one year! The editor of the Record purchased from Frank R. Jamison this property and busi- ness on April 1, 1919, dispossess- ing by that purchase your editor who hod lived in the county sc long and had taken such an active part in Hemphill County affairs that he was intimately associated with kvery impulse that controlled its destinies; who had waved the wancl of allusion over the columns of tile Record for so many years that Jit seemed to many a sacrilege for [another's name to supplant him. Had we known how much people would expect us to conduct the Record in certain ways just be- cause Frank Jamison did, and how much they would want us to con- duct our personal inclinations this way and that way just because Frank Jamis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

IPS! ''V'? ^ res !ar- om- !9pd #) ♦ . vf| '■; A FULL HOUSE Our stock is complete with all the New Things that Men wear. MEN'S SHOES NNMNM' Complete Line A FULL HOUSE SUITS, TROUSERS, HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, ETC. W e have the most complete line of Men's Shoes ever shown in this part of the country, both in dress and work shoes. In Dress Shoes we have the Edwin Clapp, Howard & Foster, Walker, and cheaper priced dress shoes in the Selz, Royal Blue, Brown, etc. Besides these we have the best lines of Work Shoes that are produced. We also car- ry a full line of Edwin Clapp and Kirkendall Boots. We can fix you up for Work or Recreation. Our business is to sell everything that men wear. Command us. pnimf ns & Uzzell THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS THE LOGICAL PLACE FOR A MAN TO TRADE IS AT THE EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE PERSONAL AND LOCAL O. M. Anderson attended the convention of United States Elec- trical Engineers at Houston last week, and reports having...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

H m • i 1: is? SSifl ■wi^l Promoting Wholesale Ice Fac- tory and Cold Storage Plant H. E. Hoover stated at the Cham- ber of Commerce meeting last week that he had about perfected plans to commence the construc- tion of a refrigerating and cold storage plant in this city, the im- provement to represent an expen- diture of |1.00,000. It is the inten- tion of Mr. Hoover to install ice manufacturing machinery of suf- ficient capacity to ice all refrig- erator cars on the Santa Fe thru this division, the immediate de mand being a call for ice to take care of the cars of perishable prod- ucts enroute between San Francis- co and Chicago. He will also man- ufacture ice for wholesale on the North Plains and will build a cold storage plant that will provide a market for poultry, butter, eggs, and all perishable farm products. The erection of a plant of this? kind at Canadian means an inno- vation that would revolutionize marketing conditions on the North Plains. An enterprise that would mean ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

• Ml fPSSira ''« $11 /mm % Bond Election Order Whereas, the County Commis- sioners court of Hemphill County, State of Texas, has been petitioned by more than ten per cent of the rodent property tax paying vot- t-(|Pbf Hemphill County, Texas, to provide for the establishment of a County Hospital for said County of Hemphill, State^of Texas, and to submit to the property tax pay- ing voters of said county the prop- osition of issuing bonds of said County if Hemphill, State of Tex as, in the aggregate amount of Seventy Thousand '.$70,000.00) Dollars for the establishing of a WASHITA VALLEY . HEREFORDS Headed by Caldo 8th, 60G761, $2,000 bull. Grove Lad 3d, 542032 Don Perfect 1st, 4G4023 75 cows and heifers in herd by Beau Militant 316604. FOR SALE i 10 bulls age from 12 to 15 months R. T. ALEXANDER Gem, Texas hospital. Therefore it is hereby ordered by the Commissioners Court of Hemphill County, Texas, that an election be held on Tuesday, May the eighteenth (18th), A. D. 1920, a! which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 April 1920

, fmHI VviiSS* -i^4 U *>*■ kc-Aje SMv- |pm^ Htv m4-'- ■ mkw-. ■B& It iff tgip;. 1&W''':- , ' WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GEM Mrs. J. W. Park <*n«l her daugh- ter, Misa Bee, went to Canadian Saturday. Mr. and Mm. John Briggs went to Oklahoma Friday night, called by the illness of Mr. Briggs' moth- er. E. P. Buckner was a trader in Canadian Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Downs and family moved last week to their new home on the old Hopkins ranch. This now leaves Gtm with- out a hotel. Traveler, take notice. Everybody is too busy moving ai d housscleaning to do much vis- iting. Mr. and Mrs. P. Trammell of ; Cheyenne, Okla., visited ovor Sun- day with their daught3r, Mrs. llar- lan Hopkins and Mr. Hopkins. Had a little rain and a whole lot of wind Saturday night. Fire Storm Hail li^RAilg{ Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY RENEWS FURNITURE Col-o-Var in all shades and sizes / 1)4 pint, 1 j 2 pint, ! pint and 1 quart Hat Dyes in all shades Colorite __ 25c Hat Brite .J 25c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD Vs^UME 27, NUMBER 29. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920. 25,894 Gallons Califor- nia Port Wine Held in Canadian This Week The unusual amount of wind this spring is a breeder for some kind of weather. On April 11th the wind blew strong from one direc- tion for twenty-four hours, a very r JJ , - i ""usual thing. The moisture per? <• ..nadian has been this week'iods have come regularly bu'i the wettest spot in the Panhandle [ owing to the cold weather the pre- •l <t yet almost as dry as a desert' cipitation has been very light, country. The wet condition refers Rain fell Sunday night to the to the amount of good port wine [amount of .12 of an inch. When in this city, and the dry condition j warmer weather comes these rain reiers to the number of Yale pad- periods should result in heavier * SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAS Coming D-C-D Con- vention at Hobart Cre- ates Interest in 3 States vs that have stood between that wine and the citizen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

1 mmm WMimBS CANADIAN W. C. T. U. ItEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting April 14th was attended by several members, the president presiding. Mrs. Todd read the scripture lesson and this Was followed by the Lord's Prayejr repeated in unison. The secretary called the roll and read the min- utes of the previous meeting. "America is Dry" was sung with spirit, Mrs. John Jones at the piano* Two selections ,from "Today's Talk" were read: "Soul" by Mrs J. R. Wright, and "I Am" by Mrs, John Isaacs. Both were interest, ing. A call for comfort bags to b6 used on the border, we filled a few and with what were left over from the fall of 1918 we were able tc pack twenty-five, which will be sent on to the state superintendent of this department, soldiers and sailors, for distribution. We closed our meeting by repeating our ben- ediction. A vote of thanks wa3 recently tendered Mr. W. J. Todd for the nice trees he presented to us for our lots. This is only one of many favors the union has r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

The MAN I NOBODY KNEW Hi Holworthy Halt -opyri^ht, by liodd. Moad A Company, Inc. A CONTINUED. j There was no installment 01 l r' 'tory last week on account! (nut. matter coming in late •:r 'i ci'i'-wding out the storv. the end of the long, high-roofed apart- Went, found himself surrounded by a thousand goud.s to remembrance. Not an Item was out of place; not an Item was otherwise than as he had often recalled It; his memory had becu photographic. At the opposite end of the room, flanking the black-marbled fireplace, was a graceful, swan*necked sofa, beautifully carved and splendidly up- holstered. Doctor Durant had once remarked that Carol represented the fifth successive generation of her fam- ily to be courted on it. And evening after evening, in the ages that had gone before, Milliard had sat there and dreamed and loved ; and sometimes when Carol had slipped avvtiy from him he find sat there and dreamed and loved and smoked, while she pluved Chopin and liubinsidn and ||oseowskl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, APRIL Make your plans to attend the The most sensible idea yet ad- vanced in regard to the locating of the West Texas A. & M. is that al) of the towns which are candidate." for the college to go into a conven- tion to select a location, and then when one town is selected as the one to receive the college let all the other towns get out of the con- test and then get behind a concert- ed effort to have a West Texas A & M. College established by the state. It should be first determined 1920 ( what counties are in that part of the state termed "West Texas", and then determine the voting strength D-C-D convention at Hobart. of the counties that go into the convention by the number of pol? , 1 in taxes paid in 1920. But we would The exan„ who let wan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

THE EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE IS BRIMFUL OF m NEW THINGS TO WEAR FOR SPRING AND SUMMER NEW NECKWEAR, HALF HOSE, BELTS, SHIRTS, UNDERW EAR, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING A MAN WANTS TO WEAR We Are Still Receiving New Suits both in the Hart Schaffner & Marx and Curlee brands. We are bet ter equipped than ever before to take care of the men's needs, both in work or dress plothes. The popularity of our basic idea of carrying only high grade merchandise at the best possible prices and an unchanging business pol- icy during our eight years of activity in Canadian's business circles has proven that our policy is the one which renders the greatest ser- vice to the buying public. Our merchandise is of the best quality, and our prices, quality con-sidered, are right AMMiNS & UZZELL THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS PERSONAL AND LOCAL Reduce the high cost of living by calling at the B. M. B. to make your purchases. Mrs. Ike Simpson and her two adopte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

the man nobody knew w. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) the facts, I menn tliat Hick's reasons for going Into the war at all may tn (he proof that he was a hero— ami thar any physical hrnvery h<* may have shown has nothing- what«o< v«*r to_do with It. ('lease don't inlsju'!«e lis. We're not trying (<• belittle any- thing Dick di<1: It's neither fitting nor possible. Ktii what we want lo know Is where the crerllt lies—with Dick, a reason inc. inspired, determined man, or with Dick, intoxicated hy danger. In the latter case, his heroism would appeal to lis as a detached incident, having no relntlon to his earlier life or to our own ; it would he something to lirlnj/ ii". pride for thai', liul for noth- ing else. In the oilier case, 'lie knowl- edge id the why. hi addllkm to tlie what, would bri;ig uh . . . Hut alioti* I Hfi; "Vou can lie lifipp.v, (lion," said liil- li.trd iinca-ily, "hecnuse he wenl over, I holii". c. in ihe firm c<invicl Son itint every :■:i lias t wo countrie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

«;r * Notice to Stockmen I am prepared to furnish on short notice Purity Serum for blackleg at 20c per dose. Can also furnish syringes at |4.50 each. 0. R. McMordie. Citation by Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Unknown Owner by mak- ing publication of this Citation WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS Headed by Caldo 8th, 606761, $2,000 bull. Grove Lad 3d, 542632 Don Perfect 1st, 464023 75 cows and heifers in herd by Beau Militant 316604. FOR SALE 10 bulls age from 12 to 15 months R. T. ALEXANDER Gem, Texas "A SPLENDID TONIC" Says Hixson Lady Who, On Doc- tor's Advice, Took Cardni And Is Now Well. Hixson, Tenn.—"About 10 years ago 1 .was.,says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, ol this place. "I suffered with a pain In my left aide, could not sleep at night with thia pain, always In the left aide... My doctor told me to use Cardui. I took one bottle, which helped me and after my baby came, I was stronger and letter, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 April 1920

:iW Fire Storm Hail INSURANCE Bonds for all purposes SHAW'S AGENCY SATURDAY AND MONDAY Crystal Glass Water Tumblers Good Heavy Ones, Extra Special 11 GERLACH'S VARIETY STORE Boys Suits : . The Kind : That Weal* REASONABLY PRICED "An Establishment of Quality" Not just as GOOD It must be the BEST And when it conies to Drugs we are just as particular. So particular that our stock is an eKceptional one in every respect. It" you are particular about quality drugs in prescriptions you should get them filled at The New Edison Eversharp pencils Tempoint Pens Houbigant Toilet Waters Eastman Kodaks Waterman Pens Palmer Toilet Goods Red Cross Surgical Supplies quality accuracy II , KHERL QUALt TV COUNTS | phone ii Canadian Texas WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GAGEBY Mr. and Mrs Audie Hennington | h°^i°r^ took dinner at F. W. Hennington's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barker and and best wishes to these young people. Mr. Robert Moore and Miss Ruth Sloan were united in marriage Sunday la3t week. We do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

THE CAJVABIAJV RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 30. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Palmer Candidate for Delegate to Democrat- ic National Convention Judge W. A. Palmer of Canadian i■■■ candidate for delegate from Uiix congressional district to the national Democratic convention ij." San Francisco, and he is being H^iomised much support in his can- didacy in all parts of the district. ihis is an honor that both Mr, Palmer and Canadian are entitled to, and the Record hopes to see him duly selected for "the place Mr. Palmer has been a life-long Democrat, and he has been espe- cially active in every good move for the development and advance- ment of the Panhandle. As secre- tary of the Canadian Chamber of C ommerce and secretary and gen- eial manage rof the D-C-D High- way, he has been in touch with the interests of all portions of this con- gressional district, and awake tc every public need, and the promo- tion of every public enterpri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPOKTEK Our weekly meeting April 21st was attended by a goodly number in spite of high winds and fopg ne feand. The president presided. Airs. Newman read the scripture lessor and the Lord's prayer was rented Spirited singing with Mrs. John Jones at tin piano. Two select cm. were read, both interesting. "Wo- men's Organized Effort the Past Fifty Years" by Mrs. Todd and "Keep a'Goin'" by Mrs. John Isaacs. In some way the musical number given the week previous by the Misses Zoe and Gladys- Beavers was overlooked in the weekly writeup. This selection, a charming duet, was beautifully renderesd by the young ladies, and we always appreciate having our young people help us out with the programs. The following members were ap- pointed delegates to the state con- vention which meets at Greenville May 4th to 7th: Mesdames John Jones, W. C. Isaacs, and Miss Cap- itola Gerlach. If possible they will attend and would be pleased tc have others join them, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

"JM WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. FOR RENT—One piano. Cal Phone 45. 303tpc! ROOMS to rent for light house- keeping. Mrs. Eva Will's, Phone 157. 80'ltpd *lf I ■ J i | • | ■ ■ ■ ■ • . * LOST—Conklin fountain pen. Car- ving on sides and ends. Lost near Riverview baseball field. Return to Record office. WANTED—Girl for work in bak- ery as clerk. Studer's Market. Phone No. 28. WORK ON FARM OR RANCH wanted during summer by high school boy. Satisfaction guaran- teed. Phone 36. LOST—A brown leather pocket- book containing money and other valuables. Finder may keep the money and return the pocketbook and its contents to D. L. Thorn- bury at Santa Fe depot. 7fteMAN NOBODY KNEW Hpfl H&lworthy Halt Coprrtfht r DoM, Mill * Ooapanj. tea Strayed Away One Fox Hound bitch, bob- tailed, white and black spotted, with one small slit in left ear. white faced. Will pay $15.00 for any one who will locate and hold until I come and claim. L. M. Bar- ton, Lipscomb, Texas. 301tpd. .i | . J ■ ■. l- «...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

§m h I %:•- ' The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 m Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920 , A Sad Spectacle Penitentiary Agent Bob Russell came in Friday morning with eight prisoners, whom he left in -jii! while foe went to Padu- cah. > Tt\e convicts w«re chained to Canadian is a good town to tie to. Ask Wichita. gether, and none Of them was ovei twenty-five years old, most of them seemed twenty, or thereabouts The description we got was that they were highway robbers and auto thieves. Two of them were said to be desperate characters and noted jail breakers, hence all were locked up in cells for the day being taken on to Huntsville that night. Among the prisoners was one young fellow named Barr whose father used to be a renter on the Ledbetter ranch. The boy said: "Wish to G that I was there now, plowing." ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

- i?;f "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW I-* (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) CHAPTER VI. ' Ordinarily Mr. Cullcij was satisfied to hrinj: ;i single owning paper home with liim and when lie laid ii on the hull table it was generally creased down ilie financial page; Imt tonight tie brought two, and each id' them had wrinkles across the market reports Hud were folded so its to feature tlie departments devoted to local news. Tlie Journal bad beaten the Herald by two sticks and a subhead, but the Her- ald had honored f>icl<y .Morgan with a kindly editorial and both papers had stated explicitly where Hilliard was making his headquarters. Mr. Cullen would have been seriously offended if he hadn't been mentioned at least once in each paper; and this Is no more a reflection upon his vanity than the fact that: lie cherished a lively anticipation for what the I'ost-Staiidard was going to say about the case tomorrow morn- ing. Nevertheless, there was a fly "III the ointment—not very much of a tly, to be sure...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

•* ill W/- l1' "' fe" IIS skMke %#?: :i.n- ■ "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTINUED FROM PAG§ 5) they'd bought the property!" "Ouch!" stiUl Cullen, and "Good- ness!" suld Angela. "And," said Uilliard, smiling renil- nlscetitly, "If the original owners had pushed that winze for a couple of days more than they did, or if my friends hadn't decided to go at the problem In exactly that way . . . well, as 1 say, what's one man's romance Is another man's tragedy. My friends got their Investment back In something less than four months, and after that it was vel- vet. And the selling price was In the neighborhood of two hundred times what they'd paid for It. That's min- ing history, Mr. Cullen." And indeed It was—and the only fabrication about It was Milliard's claim of friendship fur !he lucky owners. This, as he as- sured himself, was salesman's license —every successful operator Is a "friend" of any salesman. Cullen nodded thoughtfully; his eves were bright, Angela was alter- nately regarding h...

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