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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

CMMesittere They can come here and be taken care of in a business like way; quickly, and without "fuss". They get Hart Schaffner & Marx and Curlee Clothes; the finest made, They look better and last longer than other clothes. Men like our guarantee; they know they'll get their money's worth—if not, they'll get their money back. You'll like this service. No matter what your figure may be, we'll take care of you. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS PERSONAL AND LOCAL Dick Barton of Lipscomb was a Canadian visitor last Friday. Watch our windows for Extra Specials. Gerlach's Variety Store. R. L. Blanton went to Oklahoma City last week and drove home a new Buick coupe for R. H. Stone Save money by buying your overalls from the B. M. B. $5 and $G per suit. Why pay more? We carry Headlight. The Misses Edna and Lorena Carter of Dallas are in Canadian visiting at the home of their aunt, Mrs. A. Bradford this week. PERSONAL AND ___4 LOCAL I-I. C. Amnions went to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

1iffe I i IMPROVEMENT COMPANY STARTS BUILDING PROGRAM The Canadian Improvement Company has the material now on the locations in their Central Park addition for work to start on the first six houses. The officers re- port that they are swamped with demands for homes on this ground and that the volume of business is so great that it will be impossible to extend their building program for the present outside of Central Park. jonly be a Canadian booster trip but it will also be a splendid vaca- tion trip for the members of the party. Hobart is a live town with a royal bunch of boosters and the trip will be worth while. The growth of the D-C-D and its future . importance depend largely upon the impetus put behind it by Ca- nadian. The officers plan to extend | the highway in the future and it j is believed that it will one day take its place as the leading highway of the nation. AMARILLO OIL COMPANY STOCK NOW WORTH $1,000.00 In another part of the paper is en article calling attention to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

' •'' CANADIAN HIGH SCHOOL Miss Buckley, history teacher has been out of schooi i'or several weeks. Last week W. A. Palmer taught the eleventh grade civics class in her place. The class con- sidered Mr. Palmer's lectures a rare treat. The school desires to „iliank Mr. Palmer for his interest ^Ive us more men who are will- ing to leave their business and lend theii time to th? public school interests. Mr. Palmv.r would take no compensation for his time. The motion picture machine at WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS the high school was thi s week re-' ceived from the factory where it had been sent for repairs, and an enjoyable program was given on j Thursday morning. The machine ■ adds greatly to the interest in j school work and the school is for-! tunate in having a machine so ed-1 ucational in value. The girl scouts of the high .school hiked to Buckner's canyon Saturday. All reported an excel- lent time. —A Soph. Headed by Caldo 8th, 606761, $2,000 bull. Grove Lad 3d, 542632 Don Perfect 1s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 April 1920

Notice to Oil Customers As ve have sold our oil business to 3.0. Wooten, all accounts owing us must be settled by May 1st. Please call and attend to this., You will find us at the oil house. Brown ft Weeks. w-- ■ M ■ Warn y B&m Wmm&M in JSi "li Pastime Theater pfip The daring fox hunt scenes \h H The blood-tingling auto disas- iJLL ter The race between auto and train The terrible railroad wreck The running races a§ the track and a hundred Other big sur- prises. THE STAGES BlCajT MllODRAMATIC SENSATION THE WHIP ■ NOW THE SCREWS MOST GIGANTIC THRSll P1AY Special Music by Mitchell's Orchestra Ticket office opens 6.30 Show starts 7.30 ONE NIGHT ONLY ONE NIGHT ADMISSION 25 and 50 CENTS WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS —.+ j. g. brown & company Canadianf Texas REAL ESTATE Farm and Ranch Land City Property OFFICE WITH J. m. SHAW IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR RENT SEE US Not just as GOOD It must be the BEST The New Edison Eastman Kodaks pencils Waterman Pens Palmer Toilet Goods GAGEBY Mr. ...

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

u THE CANADIAN EEOOBD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 31. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXA$, " HURSDAY, MAY 6,1920. Democrats of Hemphill County Endorse Wil- son's Administration rlhe Hemphill County Demo- cratic convention met in regular session as per call Tuesday after- noon and elected delegates to the state convention of the Democrat- ic party, which meets in Dallas 25th. The delegates elected were: E. J. Pickens, J. W. Sanders, N. p. Willis and W. A. Palmer. The Democratic party does not hold congressional district conventions, the business being all transacted at the state convention. The convention unanimously en- dorsed the Wilson administration and repudiated Baileyism. The convention endorsed W. A. Palmer as a delegate from this congressional district to the na- tional convention at San Francisco and will work for his election at the state convention. The convention endorsed also the movement for a national sys- tem of highways. Last week was tractor week with the Hemphill County commis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

MvW- m it if?* m i§';>. it? IK' They Took Out When Nuckles Told of His Unusual Ailment Commissioner W. N. Nuckles put one over on the tractor sales- men last week that left them with « sickly grin on their faces. The county court was bothered to distraction by the persistent salesmen. The salesmen were dis- missed several times by the court telling them that they were not wanted; that when the court was ready to buy a tractor they would be notified. But the next morning they would all be right back on the job and talking tractor as soon as a com- missioner came in hearing. So one morning Mr. Nuckles come up sick when he saw the bunch still on the job. The sales- men were all immediately very Bolicitous and each trying to outdo the others in ministering to Mr. Nuckles. Finally while sparring for breath and fanning for air Mr. Nuckles told them that if they would stand back he would tell them what his ailment was. He said. "Boys, I got awful sick on the way home last night. When I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

A PHILIPPINE TRAVELOGUE THE ROMANTIC ISLANDS OF THE FAR EAST. PICTURES OF THEIR NATURAL BEAUTY AND HISTORIC SPOTS—BE- COMING A MECCA FOR TOURISTS AND A POPULAR WINTER RESORT. & <L The Zigzag on the Way to Bagulo, All aboard! Lot's so! We're start- ins from Manila, the great picturesque, Americanized Oriental city, and will travel by automobile 200 miles to the north to Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines. The trip can also be made by train We have ahead of us one of the most scenic, spectacular and thrilling auto- mobile trips in the world. We will have excellent roads all the way. Tlie Philippines are, in fact:, a paradise for amoists, possessing 3,500 miles of tine macadamized roads. The first part of the trip is through typical small towns and then across the central plain of Luzon and through several rich and fertile provinces, ,where tropical vegetation is seen at its best. Here one is Impressed with the Summer Capital of the Philippine* great agricultural weal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

II I Hpl mm CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPOitTHK Would that every woman in Ca- nadian could have enjoyed the charming mothers meeting of April 28th. About 175 did, and we are sure they felt well repaid for coming. At the meeting hour the meeting was called to order by Mrs. Mc- Mordie, one of the superintend- ents. Mrs. Stratton read the scripture lesson and the Rev. Stephens, who Was present, made one of his splen- did prayers. We were certainly pleased to have this gentleman honor us with his presence on this occasion. The secretary called the roll and read the minutes of the previous meeting. "America is Dry" was sung with all the spirit that those words imply. "Tell it to the Nations; Sing it to the nations; Shout it to the nations; America is dry". Mrs. McQuiddy was pianist. Mrs. Daniels, one of the teach- ers, has trained a class of forty boys and girls and to the strains of a pretty march they entered the room and for about an hour en- tertained us most delightfull...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

Maximo M. Kalaw Declares U. S. Cannot Consistently Refuse "Self-Determination." By MAXIMO M. KALAW, Secretary of the Philippine Mission, Au- Uiur "The Case for the Filipinos," "Self-Government in the Q Philippines," etc. *'W lion they show sufficient capaci- ty. "When they are alile to govern thomselv e s," " W h en t li e y are educated enough." T h u s run the answers of ninny Ameri- cans pressed with the question as to when the Filipi- nos s h o u 1 d be granted their in- dependence. Now, "ability," "capaci- ty" and "stitil- cicnt education" —What do they mean lu black PP I c"«OW t Maximo M. Kalaw. and white? Senator1 Shogun may think no people is caimble of self-government that does not establish the judicial recall, or that has no Hilly Sunday. John Smith of Somei'ville may think no people Is capable of self-government that does not vote his democratic ticket, or go to church on Sundays. "Capacity for self-government" is as broad and elastic as the world, and If that should he ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

Ifpllptl ' ' I 1 "HH| HMSaHBg The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 ii — Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920 Down on the South Plains ihe strike fever has become quite se- rious and threatens to disrupt the equilibrium of the section. The Lo- "renzo Enterprise says that the "dollar pitchers" on the streets of A Somewhat Windy Item Dr. 0. H. Lloyd of Vega was in Lubbock last week and in an in- terview the Lubbock Avalanche quoted him as stating that by the cultivation of the land in West Texas, leaving only a small portion in grass, the wind will cease to blow in the strong gales of the past. His theory is that on the grass oi unbroken land during the day when the sun's rays are strongest on the earth, a thermometer test will prove that an inch or two be- low the surface a cooler tempera- ture prevails. The thermo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

- PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL We cordially invite you to visit Mrs. Thos. Riley writes from Ex- our lace department. Gerlach's celsior Springs, Mo. for the Rec- Variety Store. lord to come to that place for her. J. B. Zybach writes from Long Beach, California to forward the Record to him at that place. * Mrs. W. C. Isaacs and Mrs. John II. Jones went to Greenville Monday to attend the state meet- ing of the VV. C. T. U. Just received a shipment of odd pieces for the table in sterling sil- ver. Just the thing for a wedding gift, and the prices are right. Mil- ler's Jewelry Shop. Do you have a headache every time you read or do sewing? List me show you what a great relief properly fitted glasses will give you. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Final clearance one-third off. Just one more week of our clear- ance sale. Prices on ladies Suits and Coats. Plenty of very desira- ble garments on hand. AH I'rint- zess or Palmer garments. Sale will close Saturday night, May 15th. The B. M. B. C...

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

y5is r >f ' mam V.;/ ■ 77ieMAN NOBODY KNEW * H®!worthy Hall Copyright t>r IXidd. Mewl * Company. Inc. CONTINUED. Every ;;ound of ore taken from ;i mint! leaver Hint much less tor the future, and eventually your ore's go- ing to be all gone. And If this par- ticular mine is going to be exhausted In about twenty years, it stands to reason that It's being exhausted at the rate of one-twentieth, or five per cent, A year. You must take that always Into consideration. And therefore, every stockholder Is entitled to get back at least five pep cent of his money each year to cover that de- preciation, In addition to whatever he ought to get for ordinary profits, which Is another five per cent. Otherwise—" "Oh! I see!" cried Angela. "Prove it!" commanded Billiard In- dulgently. "Why, If the company Just paid five per cent for twenty years, and at the end of It, your ore was all gone, the people would only just have got their money back, and they wouldn't have made any real profit, at al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

Wheeler County Citizens Admire Rathjen's Giant Poland Chinas D. L. Kutsch and Coleman Jack- son of Wheeler visited the Rathjen Poland China farm Tuesday and looked the big Polands over. Mr. «ckson is cashier of the Guaranty ate Bank of Wheeler and is also branching out into the hog breed- ing business. Mr. Kutsch is one of Wheeler County's most substantial stock farmers, having recently invested WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS •J* 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 Dec* I tor's Advice, Took Cardoi And I« Now Well. I —__ Hixson, Tenn.—"About 10 yearn age I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, ol Ibis place. "I suffered with a pain In my left side, could not sleep at night with this pain, always in the left : «lde.,gj| My doctor told me to use Cardul. 1 took one bottle, which helped m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 May 1920

A :'r J § I ;T £ ii 1 w. §8! P;. i The MAN NOBODY KNEW * Holworthy Hall Copyright t>y Dodd, Mead A Company. Inc. ( CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 ) and savagely for his rerpi'tal. only to Jr w his Impetus at almost the first Itlitiice of those brown eyes? lie re- sected that there was nothing to pre- nvtil him from being a good salesman, atful from renewing his predilection fur Carol at the same time. The idea of courting her again, in his false char- acter, was highly dramatic. . . . "I know you won't misunderstand eric," he said, his heart shaking, "and I hope that you won't consider it as too presumptuous—but—the other day fi'g Was So Close to Her That Their Sleeves Touchcd. Ton spoke of Dicky Morgan as a very lir.xtr friend of yours. Miss Durant, I to (In everything in the world I auri for you, and he was my dear iriend as well as yours. I'm not dis- loyal to film, or to you, or to myself— kat VmUouUI. Uko mqce than Lcud ever 4fTT you to feel that1 I had done my tit- ouoxt id take his...

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

i'S >U J. + Union Young People's Society Program for Sunday evening, May Dth: Leader, Miss Exol Taylor. Subject. The Parable of the Tal- ents. Scripture lesson: Matt. 25: 14- SjL, 4phe Man with Five Talents: Verses 1 (j-20: Roy Merry. The Man with Two Talents— Verses 17-22: Miss Gwinifred Jones. The Man with One Talent— Verses 18 and 24-29: E. J. Pickens. General Application: G. L. Ho- gan. You are cordially invited to meet with us. RADICALISM IN THE SADDLE Hack oil the Job The machine and repair shop is open again for all kinds of lathe vj|ork. Auto shafts made or repair- W of best material without long delay. All kinds of babbiting done in a workmanlike manner. See me first to suggest and take correct patterns from old parts. Bring con- nectingNJ2.arts and nuts where pos- sible. Phoil-e 70 at noon or night and/ Consumers—No. 22—during work hours. Xtemember the 8th verse in the commandment. :oTN3m; Hibbard. IL The bridge across NaNth Pease River in Cottle County hjns been comple...

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

WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS I CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Sunday was a cold, cloudy day, find a light rain fell. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant are the proud parents of a baby girl born Saturday, April 24th. II. R. Warren is the owner of a Ford car which he traded for last Monday. Nothing wrong with a tin lizzie at ail. Mr. and Mrs. Bessire and their two sons of Rankin, Okla., visited their daughter, Mrs. J W. Forrest, last Sunday. Also Mr. and Mrs. Begert and their children and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kiker were pleasant callers at the Forrest home Sun- day. J. W. Forrest has started out as tho he intends to farm this year. He made a trip to Oklahoma last Monday after broom corn and In- dian corn seed. C. H. Murry was reported very ill last Monday. Gwen Edwards of near Zybach was a business caller at H. R. War- ren's the first of the week. Messrs. Asberry, Lee and Al- bert Kiker and their sister, Miss Andria, Mr. Bernice Hubbard of near Dixon school house and Miss Pauline Polk made a ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

THE Bal^B RECORD SP?R*18 IIwmI VOLUME 27, NUMBER 32. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. SUBSCR PTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Good Rains During the Past Week Give : a Splendid Season Rain fell at Canadian Saturday night to the amount of .73 of an inch. The precipitation was a gen- tie, steady rain that went into the name ground, and put the land and the kitf-rops in fine shape to go into the Summer. The rain last week was much heavier in other sections than it was in the immediate vi- cinity of Canadian. The precipi- tation was reported as amounting to an inch in many places and was estimated as much as two inches in others. In the south part of Hemp- hill County was the rain especial- ly heavy. The Washita was re- ported higher than it had been for years. The rain was general over the Panhandle, and followed by the rain Saturday night gives indica- tion that the spring season is now well under way. Mr. Keen a Keen Secretary Secretary Keen of the Clarendon Chamber of C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

IMPORTANT NOTICE On account of a large amount of Important news coming in late, our Serial Story will have to go over until next week. The bunch of D-C-D boosters came home from Hobart this after- noon and report having had a fine trip and a big time at Hobart. W81UI no^ -spuoq am joj e;oA be the first to need the hospital. Time to Pen Poultry GaVdening and flower time is here and many complaints are com ing to us about chickens still at large. All who have chickens at large, will you please pen them? It will help us a great deal and n< doubt will be a great accommoda- tion to your neighbors. For gar- dens and flowers and chickens d' not do well together. B. G. Taylor, Mayor. LAST CALL! for Rathjen's Sale of Giant Poland Chinas SATURDAY, MAY 22 The County Hospital Discussed by F. R. Jamison of Amarillo if, m 1 Dessert is oftentimes the most dif- ficult part of a meal to plan. Its preparation requires ingredients of highest quality and purest grade. We specialize in those qualitie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

i ANADIAN W. C. T.U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting' May 5th was attended by the usual number o. members, and two guests, the president presiding. Mrs. J. T. Jackson read the scripture lesson and we repeated the Lord's prayer. The roll was called and the min- utes of the previous meeting read, i wo interesting articles were read "Growing Old Gracefully", by Mrs. Todd and "Election Privileg- es" by Mrs. Jackson, both articles bringing out pleasing discussions. A charming piano solo "With of Ennis was sung tenderly and sweetly. The first verse: "Nannie Curtis has gone, but her name lives today. For her labor has not been in vain Many lives have been blest, many| Hearts have been won; Many hopes been renewed once again." Mrs. Cora B. McGrail of Grand Prairie was elected president for the ensuing year. Mrs. J. B. Am- mersman of Fort Worth was elect- ed vice president. . , Word comes from Mrs. Newman who is with her sick mother, Mrs. Jones, at Vanceburg, Ky., that the Grac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

Pis- w I"- TU P*r,*#lii n Record Newspapers may expect the in® Canadian ^®coragupplyofwoodpulptobeexhaust_ Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas jed jn seventy.flvs years, says an 2 ; ~~ 7ZT7~r authority. If we are still in the L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher j newspaper business seventy-five Published Every Thursday years from now we hope that some *' —— , inventive genius will have found Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920 some other substance that can be made into paper. The commissioners court can handle tractor agents but the mem- bers had to acknwledge that they were balked Tuesday by a bash- lul boy and girl. The couple want- With a delegate in the nationalthe ^ to ^ them but Democratic convention at SarV insisted °" ftt,nfc'away from Francisco and a delegate in the. the presence of the commissioners national Republican convention at' Ihe court wa,lted to witness the Chicago, Cana...

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