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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

We Are Ready to Outfit You for Summer We have the suit you are looking for. Plenty of models and patterns to select from, either in a bright, snappy model with close fitting lines or amore conservative one. And they are made by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX. Don't Believe All You Hear About the High Prices The truth is bad enough. Calamity howlers always make it worse. Don't spend your money for worse things than good clothes. Stay decent. Keep on good terms with yourself. Your country is all right. We are in the exclusive Men's Wear business and we will give you a square deal—that's all this time. mm RilMMNMi THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CANADIAN, TEXAS I PERSONAL AND LOCAL I). W. Jucld was in Monday. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Amarillo j Judge Pete Mills of Lipscomb .was in Canadian Tuesday. Isaac Simpson went to Wichita Sunday on a business trip. He re- turned to Canadian Tuesday. Miss C'apitola Gerlach went to Amarillo last Thursday to attend the Schumann-Heinck concert. 0....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

li- fe,; MOODY PROPERTY Thos. F. Moody lias placed in our hands all of his vacant property in Canadian. This property is for sale, and if you are in- terested in Canadian property it will pay you to call on us. We al so have some good farms and city houses for sale. I have lots for sale in the Moody Southside Addition to Canadian. Chasf H.Tipps & Son WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. FOR ROOM AND BOARD call phone 3G2. i V, A XT 500 POUNDS POPCORN. ! Must be shelled and cleaned. Will pay 7c per pound. W. D. Roberts. os justified We are justified in, rather, obligat- ed to, the exertion of our utmost business effort. «, Every stimulus to business, every increase in production, means that much greater prosperity for us all. If we can help you reach a greater production, we solicit your call. i GRASS LEASE—Half section of good grass 25 miles south of Ca- {nadian. F. C. Ross, Greenwood, Mo. FOR SALE—Thorobred Hereford bull, 4 years old, raised by R. T. Alexander. $175. Burt Ealum 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

■ ^::r' •+ t I b )E. ¥ Summer School My summer school will open on June 7th, 1920, and continue six weeks. Recitation periods one hour each, all studying to be done at home as heretofore. Pupils planning to take work will please talk with their teach- egTto determine what they need nTOst. It is a mistake to try to carry too many branches. See me or call phone 155 after 6 p. m. Mrs. Waller. WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS ferm. Herein fail not, but have before said Court, at its aforesaid regular Inspected Rathjen's Sale Herd A. L. Nowlin, demonstration agent for Wheeler County, was . ... .. ... . over to Frank Rathjen's Wednes 1 m' w ' your return day looking over his Giant Poland - thereon> showinfcr how you have ex- China hogs and making selections I ecu^ei' same- for hog raisers at Denton who I Given un(!er my hand and the want to bid in some of the hogs at!Seal 01 said Court at office in Ca" Mr. Rathjen's sale Si.hmi-.v m.L! "adian, Texas, this the Oth day of 22d. Mrs. Daniels and h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 May 1920

Iff' P* ' m 1 ws • W^r:- SWAT the FLY! Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Door Springs Screen Door Sets Hoftsia A get-'em combination. We have 'em. Get our prices GEM, TEXAS WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS 4 G. BROWN & COMPANY Canadian, Texas REAL ESTATE Harm and Ranch Land City Property OFFICE WITH J. M. SHAW IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR RENT SEE US AT May 14 and 15 ' ' AH Hats at Reduced Prices You like to go where you're invited, don't you? Record advertisers invite you each week to visit them and trade with them ZYBACH Mrs. J. R. Edwards and her daughter, Miss Mattie, were vis- itors at the Scott Hilton home on Thursday afternoon. Eunice, Ethel and Virgil Hilton spent Wednesday night at the VV. R. Mitchum home. Miss Nannie Morris went to her home near M-K Friday evening to visit her parents. Mr. Charlie Burkhardt and Miss Metcalf were married May 1st. We wish them great success and much happiness thru life. J. R. Edwards had a car ioad of yearling steers on the Wichita market last week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

, Hp" V * *■£ ' > W «w^ ■ ,. ®ANJUDtAN RECORD ■0 VOLUME 27, NUMBER 33. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEA! >*' Canadian Will Honor Her Noble Dead on Monday, May 31st Arrangements are being made by the Chamber of Commerce to yhold a Memorial Day service in y Canadian Monday, May 31ac. There probably will "be memorial services in all the churches Sun- day, May 30th. The proposition was taken up in the Chamber of Commerce meeting Tuesday night and a comittee was appointed to make arrangements for an appropriate service to be participated in by veterans of the Civil War, the Spanish American War, and the American Legion. It has been proposed that a pa- rade led by G. A. R. and Confed- erate veterans in automobiles, fol- lowed by veterans of the Spanish- American War, the American Le- gion, the Boy Scouts, and those of the public who wish to participate, march to the cemetery where the graves of all G. A. R., Confederate, Spanish-A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

w JKFi ;¥v i ®0® isjj f ' ■rai&B&OT! M&' mfi "?.i :,:i, p«B ■IIP mm SPECIAL SALE Our Summer Good, are arriving daily and our .tore U running over full and in order to reduce ow stock quick we are offering fO P^EJ^ENT OFF on Ladie*' Dresses, Skirts, Waists, and Summer Coats, and ll PER CENT OFF on the Entire stock. This offering is for a short time only. Come and lay in your supply. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, MAY 21st. An Interesting Discussion of the Eastern Panhandle Oil Fields I comes the geologists (Rock hound^ Some More Chapters are Added I believe they call them) and called it an anticline. So there you are, an anticline, a storehouse for pe- troleum. There is one or two of these around Wellington, maybe to the Dallas Automobile Affair! There have been at least two more chapters added to the auto- mobile wreck at Dallas in which three. Now comes Amarillo with j Mrs. Alma Fearis, a former resi- her great gasser, a world beater, dent of Canadian, was killed. Millions of feet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

CANADIAN W. C. T.U. NEWS .BY THEIR OWN REPORTER v? Our weekly meeting May 12th was attended by several members the president presiding. Mrs. Gey- er read part of the sixth chapter of First Timothy and voiced an earnest prayer. Roll call and read- ing minutes of previous meeting^ Song, Miss Indra Geyer at piano. The delegates who represented the Canadian union at the state convention, Mesdames Jones and Isaacs, gave a detailed report of the proceedings of the convention. Those present were interested in the report. The state is planning big things for the coming year and of course we as one of the big unions will endeavor to do our part as we have always done. We are called "My Lady of the Ban- ners", for we always get one. We again carried off the Mothers' ban- ner, which we have held for years, thanks to our superintendents; Mesdames Newman and McMordie. A brilliant musical number by Miss Indra Geyer, one of our favor- ite musicians, and our meeting was brot to a close by repeating...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

•WLk r.M.JUn their shadows before, and this is •®® - vanaoinn awwu , .. t;mer8 wj,0 vvatch Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L, P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published —— Every Thursday m ' iS Subscription Price, the year $2.00 19 and 1919-20. the way the old timers who watch the weather tret their data to work on. Weather repeats itself, and the accumulation of months of weath- er breeding that came before the rains of 1914-15 has come in 1918- Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920 The Mexico Problem A woman said the other day that there was no hope of Mexico be- coming less revolutionary until the people were mixed with other blood and a new race took the Diooa ana a new race tuun. ww The negroes have asked that a! pjace of the old one. Why not send 1r>n <1 1 Irk tat Ka ana /if A/1 a (VQI n cf . . • 1 /-1 (I TT!_ national law be enacted against lynching. Well? The Amarillo Tribune now en- deavors to connect up th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

• ■ . v.- .-..v Ki PERSONAL AND LOCAL Twenty per cent off on hats at Teenie Wood's. Mrs. George Gerlach left Mon- day for a visit to her old home at Jacksonville, 111. * See "The Teeth of the Tiger" at the Pastime Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Affeldt of California arrived in Canadian today to at- tend the funeral of her brother, Jamie Spiller. A large variety of transparent hats at Teenie Wood's Millinery Shop. You can turn the tide of your baking by using Snow White Flour. Try it for Tea Cakes, for biscuit md for light bread. It is no trouble a\ all to bake with Snow White. There's safety in every sack of Snow White Flour. You never have a failure when you use it for making the many tempting things, on baking day. It will always re- spond with splendid results. Order a sack today. PERSONAL AND LOCAL See "The Teeth of the Tiger" at the Pastime Tuesday. Edw. Balderston left Tuesday for Galveston to attend the Texas Grain Dealers' convention. White Italian Milan and Leg- horn hats at Teenie Woo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

No. 997 Official statement of the financial condition of the GAGEBY NEWS Jewel Henoinglton spent Mon- day night and Tuesday with Mrs. Beal. Mr. and Mrs. Morehead called at the Johnson home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hennington and children took dinner at Audie I-Unnington's Sunday. Herbert Igo visited Tom Barker Sunday evening. Mrs. Jim Steen and her children spent Wednesday afternoon visit- ing Hester Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson and daughter, Irene, and Mr. Bert Keiper of Zybach attended Sunday School here Sunday and called at the Johnson home afterward. Opal Hennington spent Friday night at the May field home. M. W. Wright and his family, A. Q. Hennington and family and Mrs. Mayfleld called on Mr. and Mrs. John Wright's Sunday after- noon. F. W. Hennington spent a pleas- ant day fit A. Q. Hennington's Monday. Mrs. Igo and her daughters tool: supper with Lell Dent's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vice of near Mo- beetie visited Mr. Barker's Sunday. Opal Hennington and Margie M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

- ■' m Summer School My summer school will open on June 7th, 1920, and continue six weeks. Recitation periods one hour each, all studying to be done at home as heretofore. Pupils planning to take work will please talk with their teach- er to determine what they need most. It is a mistake to try to carry too many branches. See me or call phone 155 after 6 p. m. Mrs. Waller. WASHITA VALLEY HEREFORDS At Church of Christ Sunday morning sermon. "See- ing Things Alike". Preaching Sunday night. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Women's Bible Class Thursday afternoon at 2.30. Good singing and Gospel preach- ing. Come and worship with us. W. L. Swinney, Minister. Ellzey Well Oil Leases The Cassa Oil Company will spud in Ellzey Well No. 1 on the Ellzey Bros. Ranch some day next week. I have a limited amount of acreage near this well for sale and will be in Canadian for several days to dispose of it. See me at once and secure some leases close to this well. Thos. V. Ellzey. Headed by Caldo 8th, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 May 1920

' vice. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the community in their loss A Neighbor. WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS ZYBACH ■ Wm,t: MR ms&i - - , " ' I Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Door Springs Screen Door Sets Hoftsia A get-'em combination. We have 'em. Get our prices ^|jwG|Ba||ber & Go| GEM, TEXAS GEM (Written for last week, but re- ceived too late.) Mrs. Roy Vaught of Amarillo is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Downs. Lubricating Oil Water White Kerosene Wagon Greases and Cup Greases 60-64 Straight Run Gasoline WE WANT YOUR ORDERS large or small, and we appreciate your business. Call and see us. PHONE 156 Wooten Oil House Successors to Brown & Weeks Steve Huff returned Monday this week. from Oklahoma City, where he has been having his eyes treated. Miss Mary Reed was a guest Sunday in the Downs home. Another nice rain night, Virgil Hilton spent Friday night at W. R. Mitchum's. Miss Lorena Cunningham called on Miss Mattie Edwards Thurs- Saturday day. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

ftps® vT THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 34. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXA^ THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAS m W. A. Palmer Elected Delegate to San Fran- cisco Convention Report Wednesday from the state Democratic convention at Dallas states that W. A. Palmer of Canadian was elected to the national Democratic convention at San Francisco, Mr. Palmer receiv- ing the vote of the entire congres- sional district with the exception of only one county. R. A. Under- wood of Plainview is the other delegate. The alternates elected are H. B. Hill of Shamrock and Mrs. R. S. Thompson of Amarillo. l Three Cars Wine Move on East The three cars of California port wine moved out of Canadian for the east Monday. It is said that the atmosphere on the Plains is conducive to a high degree of evaporation, and the wine in the car that was tampered with show- ed a line seventeen inches from the top of the tank. At least if it had been allowed to stand in th? hot sun much longer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

i SlS AS SP fife' H &V-, ■ . ' ifii Bi ■$!) BIG SALE AT THE FAIR STORE 20 pet cent and 10 per cent Discount! Also Several Bargain Counterslj I This Sale Will Close in a Short Time. ' Rush in! M CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS I ways been a staunch friend of our — A.. . «nn/\nmntl ' • A • J ll i- _ C <( BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting May 19th WAS well attended, including three guests, the president presiding. Mrs. J. T. Jackson read the Bible lesson, followed by a sweet prayer by Mrs. Mabon. She remembered Witness Believes Killing of Bur- !]'*! ton Was Pre-Arranged Affair organization and thot of us "over there." We certainly appreciate this pretty gift, and we of the W. According to some of the wit- C. T. U., with his many friends, re- nesses that were called to Crosby- joice over his safe return to his' family and native place. | On June 2d reports will be heard and we urge that all de- partment superintendents have the recently bereaved friends and them in. If our women...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

* i4* i i mmmmmmmmm sale I Bill® ON ALL Hose IBB3H!^mSBBMI MbbMHK Suitcases, -' I .MM! llftSliteS llllll ■ is called to the fact that most all of the goods offered in this sale have come into the store since the first of the year and are strictly new and uptodate and are the best makes in-the country, such as Hart, Schaff- ner & Marx clothes, Stetson hats, Clapp shoes, Ide shirts^ Superior underwear, etc. dMl Redli^iyiifel;|g No reduction on Athletic Underw ear, Dress Shirts (not silk), over- alls, Work Pants, Work Shirts, Work Gloves, Work Caps, etc., as the margin of profit is too small on these articles to permit of reduction. All Low Cut Shoes at Marked Price, as these are 50 per cent under the present market. ' Sale Begins Friday, May 28th Eight M AllI Cotton Goods Must Gal Now is the Time to Buy We are not putting on this sale because we can go into the market and buy goods cheaper—no, not that. Many things are higher on to- day!# market than ever before, and some things c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

vm TL- J* _ D^nrJ where relics may be found, and he The Canadian Kecord makea of archaeolog.y a 8tudy He Canadian, Hemphill County, exa.. jjaa one ^00^j, jn jjjs conection that fe- ll IffUS I IS K mm m 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, MAY 27, 1920 The town of Perryton incorpor- ated last week by a vote of the citizens. The Record extends its heartfelt sympathy to Lee Sa'tterwhite, ed- itor of the Panhandle Herald, in his bereavement over the death of his wife. Mrs. Satterwhite died *1ast Friday at the family home in Panhandle, after having been an invalid for three years. Look over your stationery line and place the order now for some letter heads, envelopes, or state- ments. It will be a great favor to the Record if you will place that order before you are entirely out, a we nearly always have the work promised ahead for a few days. Wq...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

Baker Company Makes Arrange- ments for Building Many Cars 9*1 * f 1 * Contracts for auto bodies placed. Twenty-eight cars will be built as quickly as possible. Produc- tion for year placed at 500. The company plans erection of three new buildings. That the starting signal for quantity production of motor cars is to be given by the officials of the I'>aker Steam Motor Car Company seems apparent from the increased activity about the plant. The reas- on for sudden flurry is the com- pletion of the first model of a new type of engine upon which the en- gineers have been working for several months. The engine was completely assembled and was placed on the testing block where it performed to the full expecta- tion and satisfaction of the com- pany engineers who designed and built it. The new engine was designed by R. C. Stevens, a consulting engin- eer for the Baker Company, who was designer of engines for the Emergency Fleet Corporation, which are said to be among the tnost efficient ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

"THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" ( CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5 ) el*' WmM kr-' «P" S§R8JW$£J;-- V V-" "Oh—hello, Waring!" said HllUard cheerfully. "How's crime?" The student of law flushed at the lively salutation, which appealed to him as a reflection upon the majesty of the bar. Also, his sense of humor was temporarily atrophied. "We don't handle criminal cases," he responded shortly. "Say, when can you and I have a conference together, Mr. HllUard?" "Why, the sooner the quicker," laughed HllUard. "What's It about?" Waring coughed. "Business." The time to talk about business Is all the time—Isn't It?" Waring hesitated and finally stepped Into the shelter of a doorway, drawing Billiard with him. "I don't suppose It'll seem like a very Important thing to you," he said, rather awkwardly, "but It's Important enough to me, Mr. HlUlard, to be worth taking time over—to be perfect- ly frank with you, I've got five hun- dred dollars I want to put In some high-class, gilt-edged speculation. Mr. Cullen gave ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

jgMl K|Pg ■m PERSONAL AND LOCAL Reduced prices on hats at Mitch- ell's Hat Shop. Miss Ella Graham, telephone op- erator, is visiting in Denver, Colo. Wafch our windows next week for special priced merchandise. Gerlach's Variety Store. Miss Eva Parsell is in Colorado Springs, Colo., visiting her sister, Miss Carrie Parsell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller this week moved into the Tom Jones property near the Rock School house. Avery Turner of the Santa Fe offi^s in Amarillo was in Canadian on "usiness before the commis- sioners court Tuesday. Every day next week we will feature some special Royal Bar- gain. New merchandise at new prices. Gerlach's Variety Store. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Reduced prices on hats at Mitch- ell's Hat Shop. Next week will be Royal Bar- gain week at Gerlach's Variety Store. We can sell you a Dalion phonograph on very easy terms. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Wiggins left Monday for Claude, Texas, where, they will remain-for the summer. | Mrs. Edith R. Fowl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

m WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS ZYBACH Mrs. Don Jones, Mrs. Glenn and Miss Glenn called at the W. R. Mitchum home Friday evening. Miss Mattie Edwards called on Miss Lorena Cunningham Thurs- day afternoon. The Misses Eunice and Ethel Hilton called on Mrs. E. L. Pur- year Thursday afternoon. J. R. Edwards and his daughter Mattie were in Canadian last Tuesday. W. B. Pennington has returned from Excelsior Springs, Mo., and is still very poorly. John Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gib Jones were Sunday guests at the home of John Garner. Miss Bertha Gibbs and her lit- tle brothers and Alpha Ruggles of M-K were Sunday guests at Scott Hilton's. Mr. Glenn and his family called at the Mitchum home Sunday af- ternoon. The Rev. Stephens and his daughter Ruth and Miss Massey took Sunday dinner at the Erick- eon home. J. R. Edwards and his daughter Mattie and Mrs. Hooker were bus- iness callers in Shamrock Wednes- day. Gwen Edwards, and the Misses Mattie and Ewe Hilton called at Scott Hilton's...

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