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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

V ■•/••• .-Ji \r WASHES QUICKER ■ CLEANER SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT IS I to the right of and beyond the RATIFIED BY TENNESSEE center of the intersecting street before turning. The sugrage amendemtn was ratified Wednesday by the Ten (g) No vehicle shall pass or attempt to pass, at any street in defeated on a reconsideration vote in two days it becomes a law. j 'e?'S'atu.r.e! '8 n,°* tersection another vehicle going ' m the same direction. (h) No vehicle shall cross from one side of the street to anoth- 1 cr, except at a street intersection, and shall pass beyond the center of the intersecting street before turning to the left, and shall then head in the direction of travel on that side of the street. (i) In turning corners or in crossing to the opposite sidet of the street as herein provided, the driver shall make observation both in front arid in the rear for proachmg ygjiic.le^, " - ■ • ORDINANCE NO. 77 An ordinance prescribing rules regulating the use of vehicles' upon the streets, avenu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

iE, ' 11 § lit K St! ! . I SI ■ ''J'C*1 5 • -r'>y , > ~7 ■ s*v« 1 ^ : 111 |yi.; «>% ^V-v'-VV ■ M 3$\ 9®- , j$-- Ke.: - §§,; .Cl'1': I! ' / ': .'' PMf« pasBB 1 "': 1 Maiaia ^Bfe ■Hi JlS® Mfeft rfte W. C. TEAGUE Our buyer has just returned from market with our new line of FALL HATS Come to our Friday: and Saturday ■ IjfaguMSyiifc We have alto received the new fall sam- ples from the IDEAL LADIES' TAIL-, ORING COMPANY—makers of exclus- ive made to order clothes for Ladies. ! MITCHELL'S HAT SHOP Claire Lillian Peteler and ~ Madeline Mac Guigan Sokolofif The celebrated soprano and the famous violinist will appear in person at a concert in Canadian mm Vjji. « tember 10th will be assisted by Erl Beat- m ' .Ciut! r Sokoloff, cellist, 1 overs CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER TWO LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ' rooms for rent. Mr9. Grover Con- nell. ^6tf f , s fi * ff V " r V. v sic Watch for annou , I itiifll In spite of the shower coming up about the hour for our meet- ing a ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

m. tdfi THE CARAJlIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 47. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1920. Higgins Business Men Visit Canadian on Abo Pass Highway Matters Irwin Goes to Lawton Pryor Irwin, lecturer for the Canadian Merchants Institute, closed his lectures here Friday night, and left this city for Law- ton, Okla., where he will conduct a similar institute. His lecture Friday night was closed by intro- ducing the idea of a community trades day as adopted by several towns over the Mississippi Val- One day a month is devoted, xj trade's day, and on that day every merchant in town makes a special trade price on some ar- ticle in his store as a trade's day inducement, no two merchants to make a bargain day price on the same article. Mr. Irwin's services in this merchants institute were of much value to the commercial life of this city, and those who did not take advantage of the opportunity to hear him were un- fortunate. A Real Treat for Canadian Baders' Pharmacy wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

I • feffe' .i," I - ■ is# B. Y. P. U. Program Subject: Opportunity of the Country Church. Scripture lesson. Psalm 46. Leader: Clara Snyder. < Introduction by leader., Our People: Jesse Brown. Our Homes; Sybil Henderson. Community Spirit: Frank Hut- ton. The Means of Adequate Church Buildings: Noel Loomis. Right Here We need Intelli- gent Life: Paul Brown. At Methodist Church Sunday School at 9.45. Preaching morning and eve- ning by the pastor. <■ Will preach at M-K school house at 3.30 p. m. M. M. Beavers. See the Chance Grocery Com- pany's big ad in this paper. Notice Positively no hunting or fishing allowed on any part of the A. G. McAdams ranches, lpd John N. Simpson. Chautauqua starts tomorrow I (Friday) afternoon. Get season tickets at once. JUDGE KEY'S MANAGER NOW FOR JUDGE PIERSON FOR SUPREME COURT In Interview Given to San Antonio Express He Gives some Reasons Why He will Support Pierson ; News that Dudley K. Woodward, Austin lawyer, who managed the campaign of Judge W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

? l RUBY EVANS, SOPRANO Member of the Chicago Grand Opera Company I 'i , r gUP " '*>: ■ 'T: v ' P%S <• ,.v,; «.♦ " "V'os « . 'w'^, _ _ ; l * '« V > : A The artistic musical feature of our Chautauqua will be the grand concert by Ruby Evans assisted by a trio of Instrumental artists. Miss Evans was engaged by Signor Campanini as So- prano in the Chicago Grand Opera Company in the season of 1917-18. Littie mors needs to be said to establish er as a singer wnom everyone will 'act to bear. As a member of that romnuiiy she sang with such wldef; la.own artists as Oalli-Curci and Ger airline Farrar. Though still a young Sirl she has attained the greatest sue cfss open to singers, a career in Gram Opera. Miss Evans is 'in American who fin SueJ her musical education in Europe and for several years sang there in Grand Opera, Concert and Oratorio. HON. LESLIE WILLIS SPRAGUE. ; - s . ; \ s E-'JS > : "" CHAUTAUQUA DAILY PROGRAM FIRST DAY—AUGUST 27th 3.00 p. m.—Musical program—Metropol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

Our weekly meeting August 28th was very well attended, the president presiding. Mrs. Hoefle read the 44th Psalm, the Lord's prayer was repeated, the roll Ulled, and the minutes read. 1 AM IN THE MARKET for Texas liendor's Lien Notes, Farm and Ranch Loans My loan people are safe, sound, and relia- ble. Twelve years in the Panhandle of Texas. All loans handled promptly thru local banks. We meet competition at all times and will appreciate your business. WILL GROW GIVE YOUR MOTOR GOOD CLEAN OIL Come to the Wooten Oil House. We have all classes of ^ Hitest Oils Hitest Water White Kerosene Hitest New Navy Specification Gas- oline. Paint and Linseed Oil. Brooms, Spark Plugs, Cam Yokes Come and see us. Phone your order to Number 156. The Independent Oil House J. Of WOOTEN mm iip miI.S? •V'vV. •, J jniir Dodge Brothers business has just reached and passed another mile- stone in its history. In a little over five years more than one-half million Dodge Brothers Motor Cars have been placed in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

V .ri;. ANNOUNCING fmblem of Satisfaction , \ / / ,\ \/ i mm. i "7 Pi \N \ i.JAI //■ (ij%OirER% sturdiness and dependability MT have been qualities of Buick Valve-in- Head Motor Cars from the time that the name Buick first became linked with the automobile.industry. Today, in equal meas- ure as in the past, the Buick Motor Com- pany is dedicated to a continuance of the policy that has caused the Buickcartooccupy the position it holds in the public mind* The New Nineteen Twenty One Buick Series Three Passenger Open Five Passenger Open Four Passenger Five Passenger Four Passenger Se«:n Passenger Seven Passenger Model Twenty ilodel Twenty Coupe Model Twenty Sedan Model Twenty Coupe Model Twenty 1 Open Model Twenty Sedan Model Twenty Forty Four Forty Five Forty Six Forty Seven Forty Eight Forty Nine Fifty "I " I 'I a,- //•¥'! r) cSh-;;1 i'f j J To all that the name Buick has meant in twenty years of automo- bile history, the new Nineteen Twenty One Buick brings that grace of movement, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

■WWM..MW fc Ji liSS 11 ;;jk; •\ i I I: ft | ; ifci 11?^ -■V ■ tes ter ■ |W;". I* ! 'mm.:: mw® County, Tex$e ;a. > L.P. L oomia, Editor and Publisher jnlDiill led Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 red at the postoflice at Ca- Texas, aa second class MUm THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1920 We may look for a delegation HOW from Miami to see why the asven miles of highway between the D-C-D and the Roberts Coun- ty line ie not put in first class condition. -5* - T^' The style of dressing a lady'tf hair in whorls over the ears is i adopted by the modern society < Miss from a custom of the, Hopi Indians. This coiffure is. Used by the Indian maid as a sign that she is courting. The democratic second primary Is closing in a grand whirlwind of emotion. Joe Bailey is tech- nically a citizen of Texas, while in reality he moved away—with- out thinking that he might want to come back and run for gover- nor. The Southwest Plainsman sar- castically remarks that now that summer is over an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Bring the boy to Everybody's for a serviceable school suit. Mrs. R. P. Burns went to Tulsa, Okla., Saturday on a visit. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Workingmen will find at Every- body's the gloves they like. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hevron spent the week end at Pampa. Extra good values in boys' school suits at Everybody's. Alfalfa hay for sale. Tom Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. At Everybody's you will find Boys' School Suits reasonably priced. Edwin Clapp shoes at the furnishing store. Amnions & Uzz^|, of course. 1 — Chautauqua starts tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. Get season tickets at once. Dr. H. C. Caylor went to Colo- rado last Thursday on a vacation trip. Hart Schaffner & Marx fall suits now on display at Ammons & Uzzell. Chautauqua starts tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. Get season tickets at once. John Studer is spending a va- cation at Perryton and different places in Oklahoma. Chautauqua starts tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. Get season tickets at once. PERSONAL AND...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

: ft ' Wii PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL Season tickets for the Chautau- The big aluminum-ware special S. B. Hale is erecting Spear- qua are only f2.00 plus war tax. 'is the biggest sale of the season man's first brick business house. Ten bier entertainments for 20c You don't want to miss it. See our ad in this paper. Canadian Hardware and Furniture Co. Ten big entertainments for each. Buy your season tickets at •nee. Elmer W. Brewer of the Cone community and Miss Bertha A. Markham of Gageby secured 3 marriage license in Canadian Tuesday and were united in mar- riage by the Rev. M. M. Beavers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Myers and their little daughters, Avis and Esther, returned home Tues- day morning from an extended visit to Dallas, 111., their child- hood home. on Canned Berries No. 2 Blackberries in Syrup 35c No. 2 Black Raspberries in*Syrup 40c No. 2 Red Raspberries in Syrup 45c No. 2 Straw Berries Syrup 40c No. 2 Red Pitted Cherries in Syrup__50c The coff...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

FARMER DROWNS AS WIFE AND CHILDREN LOOK ON ( R. C. BAIRD Dentist Practice Extended to Oral Surgery, including Hairlip and Cleft Palate Office Phone 53 Residence 24. Canadian, Texas *Dr. E. H. SNYDER Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. Ry. Phone 9 Office Hours: 1.00 to 6.00 p. m. Other hours by appointment A. M. NEWMAN, M. D. Office over First National Bank Office Hours: 8.00 to 12 a. m. 1.00 to 5.00 p. m. Phones. Office 18; Residence 72 WILL CROW /| Attorney at Law Tubb Building Farm and Ranch Loans Real Estate Buy Vendors Lien Notes W. A. PALMER Attorney at Law Practice in All Courts Farm Loans and Real Estate Phone 17. Tubb Building POSITIVELY NO HUNTING, TRESSPASSING, FISHING OR WOOD HAULING. My pastures are posted and the public is positively forbidden to tresspass, hunt, fish or haul wood in or from the Horse Creek and Big Timber pastures, without my permission. 8-19 J. M. BLODGETT. GOOD HEALTH HINTS Oklahoma Farmer Gives Sound Ad* vice on Avoiding Sickness.— Used Black-Draught 30 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

i ' I •. : m: ®p ip" fe: ll. L-3&< Sv: ■$ m&h< sill '4 ';'' -HI &#fl SuKfr* • .* • •,- '!«;4 li 5' THE TWIN HILL OIL COMPANY of Sayre, Oklahoma, Announces That It Will Spud In on Its McClure No. 1 on the Farm of Curfls McClure In Roger Mills County, Oklahoitia, August Thirty-First fpREf Its location is about three miles east of the Texas line upon a struc- ture which is regarded by our expert geologist, who has spent a life- time in geological work, as the best and most favorable structure for the accumulation of a rich pool of oil he has ever examined in wildcat territory. It is the wish of the company to say just here it is greatly gratified that practically without exception those citizens of Roger Mills County to whom the opportunity has come, have heartily and un- tiringly aided and supported the company in getting the requisite acreage surrounding the coveted structure, and that they are behind us in this undertaking with the most cordial spirit and support. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

r • i * i Reparations prospective tourist should make to insure safe v0ya6e Si - ts to do the towing. When starting the car, move ahead slowly to take up the slack In the tow- rope without jerking. When under way the driver of the towed car should keep the rope taut by using the brake If necessary.—Ronald L. l'rindle, In Popular Science Monthly. Interior of Main Body of Car Arranged for Sleeping Compartment. Visitors to the livestock exhibit of the State Fair of Texas—October 9 to 24 will likely have an opportunity ot seeing; some of the famous Here ford breed raised by Governor James M. Cox of Ohio. Plans are being made to bring the pick of the Democratic nominee's herd here during the Fair and enter them in the contest for the livestock awards. Assurances that the livestock ex- hibit this year will far excel any pre- vious exhibit held heie are made by Secretary VV. H. Stratton, who has just returned from a trip to Chicago, I where he visited a number of promi- ! nent cattlemen wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 August 1920

|§3@J&r'; ?-Hfs If)-1. i I * W.C TEAGUE NEW ARRIVING EACH WEEK We are receiving each week hats in the new Fall Styles and we have at all times a large display to show you. Come and see us. We are glad to show you whether you buy now or not. MITCHELLS HAT SHOP Claire Lillian Peteler and Madeline Mac Guigan Sokoloff f Are Coming! The celebrated soprano and the famous violinist will appear in person at a concert in Canadian Evening,; SeptiemberliMi 'AT THE METHODIST CHURCH They will be assisted by Erl Beat- ty, pianist, Igor Sokoloff, cellist, and by "The Phonograph With a Soul." i No charge for tickets which may be secured by application to Bad- ers' Pharmacy. Call, write or tele- phone No. 11 for tickets. This appearance of these opera stars in Canadian is the event of the season for lovers of music. "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 \ A A A * \ / m \f \ /\/ W \/v/ \'v'V v / Vv /\ /\ A A A A A A/ \ /\/ \/ w'v \/ \/y \J \ /-„ A A A A A A / \ /\/\ / \ /\t \/\/ \ / yx. ,/ \ /\./ \ /'....

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

MI IRECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 48. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAS Canadian I. O. O. F. Will Confer Degrees For Visiting Lodge Canadian Three Linkers are planning for a big night next Monday in which the First, Sec- ond and Third degrees will be conferred on candidates from Pampa. The Canadian Degree ||r£taff takes a pride in degree work and is making special arrange- ments to give the work in an im- pressive way for the benefit of the visitors. A banquet will be served and guests are expected from Higgins, Lipscomb, Mobeetie and other places, as well as from Pampa. New North Plains Nature Freak J. W. Harrold, a Canadian farmer, has a scheme in finan- ciering that beats anything on the South Plains. He raises wa- termelons with a symbol on the POSTOFFICE IN NEW HOME The new steel fixtures for the new Canadian postoffice have been placed in the new building on Main street and the office was mpved to the Hoover building Wednesd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

rnSmSSmtm '•1 " . WIS s ■ There's a MASTER for you FREE TRIAL THIRTY DAYS Why worry over the low grade of gas—the Mri- ter Carburetor handles it 100 per cent efficiently Manufactured by Mas- ter Carburetor Campany 25 per cent more power, •peed and satisfaction guaranteed. W. L. HELTON Distributor AGENTS WANTED William Herndon Killed at La Junta in Automobile Accident William Herndon, aged 20 years, received fatal injuries, and Charles Pearson, aged 18 years, had his back broken when the Studebaker car he was driving crashed into a Ford car near Newdale last Wednesday night between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock. Herndon died in the Pol- lock hospital at Rocky Ford about 5 o'clock Thursda> morning, and Charles Pearson is still there with one vertebrae about the middle of his back fractured and another slightly cracked, but the attending physicians are hopeful at the present time that he will recover. Miss Anna Thatcher, who( was in the car driven by Pearson; had her collar bone br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER I been made attractive with hand- some covers on tables and piano, and the fragrance of flowers fill- An enthusiastic and interesting Mothers Meeting was held Aug- ust 25th, when about 150 mem- bers and guests were in attend- ance. As the company arrived they were met l'n the hall by the '^hostesses, the Mesdames Stewart, Shaller, Geyer, Bryan, Parsell, Wagoner, and J. C. Killebrew, who i-ave .the hearty handshake and giad word of welcome, pass- ing or, to the parlors which had ing the air. At the usual hour the meeting was called to order by the superintendent, Mrs. Newman, ' and Mrs. Bussell read the 8th, j chapter of Romans and made i some fine comments on the lesson. I This was followed by one of I Mrs. Morgan's inspiring prayers. . I Song: "The World is Going) Dry" was song with Mrs. Murrell ; at the piano. The roll was called| and the minutes of the previous We ENCOURAGE yap, TOE YOUNG HAN There is no time in the life of a man wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

5v'-' I I I m The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L, P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday tatocription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postofflce at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class Bail matter. THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 The Suffrage fight has turned to Connecticutt. now This is the season for freak watermelon stories. The Record Claims to be the first out with a story. We imagine Joe Bailey went \>ack home to Washington crooil. ing this soothing tune: "My wild days are over, my wild days are Tver, niy wild daM dre over now." Neff supporters became over- enthusiastic before the campaign Was over and got their wires crossed. The Neff family Bible record as published in the Dal- las News and the Fort Worth Record spelled his name "Patt Moris Neff", the bible record published in the Amarillo Trib- une and the Amarillo News spell- ed it "Patty Moris Neff". Neff spells his name now "Pat Morris Neff." The census report on Higgins gives the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 September 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Alfalfa hay for sale. Tom Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. Records for all phonographs carried at Miller's Jewelry Shop. All the latest popular pieces. PERSONAL ANB LOCAL Say: Hello Gabe Monday night at the Big Tent. PERSONAL AND LOCAL I e me at once to secure Profit Critical buyers of Boys' Suits should come to Everybody's and get suits of wearing values. We invite you to call and see „ — - - j " V •"••VV U.<u OVV Sharing Certificates in the new ; our selection of Fall and Winter Millinery. We can please you. Mitchell's Hat Shop. Drive-In Filling Station. Splen- did investment.—Dan Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Trailer and their son Alfred, of Manitou, Colo., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. F. J. Miller in this city. The Dalion Phonograph wilj prove a pleasing addition to your home. Come in and hear the Da- lion. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Highway Garage L. E. Worley, Prop. ■■Ili Tlte Choicest Creations The season's choicest offerings. Many de- signs tastefully trimmed....

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

plpl WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS • * ♦ * • * * GEM * dren spent the day Thursday with * | Mrs. Otis Morris. | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rowley are ; moving into Gem. I Mrs. M. H. Smith and Mrs. W. , C. Barber spent a pleasant and , profitable afternoon with the W. C. T. U. in Canadian Wednesday. Mrs. M. H. Smith and her chil- Helen Snyder of Canadian is mmm That's Service We're mighty glad to hear these two words anytime. The oftener we hear them the surer we are that our service is getting better and better all the time. If you need a new battery remember about the Still Better Willard with Threaded Rubber Insulation—the kind selected by 136 manufac- turers of passenger cars and trucks. BLANTON Willard visiting her cousins, Mabel Alex- ander and Mabel Berends at the ranch. Mrs. Manning and the children attended the Chautauqua Satur- day afternoon. L. M. Hamlin is visiting in the neighborhood this week. Mrs. Head and the children of Perryton are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dow...

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