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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

I SEEM AFRAID TO BE HAP 80 Many People Apparently Fear to Count and Appreciate the Bless- ings That Are Their#. A well-meaning, If rather dour, gentleman once said to a mother whom lie saw playing happily with her chll- : "Don't sei too much store on ,m«r children, especially don't make idols of them, for fear they are taken from yon as a punishment." It was good to hear the spirited re- tort of the warm-hearted little wom- an. 'I'he remembrance of it is inspir- ing today, remarks London Answers. "I'm going to love my children with all the love I am capable of whilst' I have got them. If they are taken from me, which certainly won't; lie as ft 'punishment,' I shall be glad to re- member bow very dearly I have loved them!" She was not afraid to be happy. A poor fellow whose life had been one long flght against grinding pov- erty was unexpectedly left n legacy which quite removed him from further want. The touch of the past, how- ever, was still upon him. He was afraid to spend, afrai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

>At •; * ";• -1** f i If ;,' do You have to Work You have to plow the ground, plant a crop, cultivate the soil, har- vest the crop, haul it to town—all this Work for a dollar. Lay on Your Place All you have to do is to haul them to town and I will buy them. This includes iron, bones, rags, magazines, papers, old rubber, copper, brass, aluminum, lead, zinc, manila rope, etc. etc. I Will Pay $15.00 per Ton Above mentioned "crop" is all ready to haul to market. Bring it in. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHILDREN: You want to make a few cents and so do 1. We can both do it in an honest way, but please do not do anything that might make trouble for you. You can pick up junk around town but ASK FOR PERMISSION from the owner, as you might pick up something that will bring only a small price as junk and it would be a BIG LOSS TO THE OWNER of that article. I WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY JUNK OF MINORS unless they have the CONSENT of the owner describing the article he lets them have each time. Please, Childre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

iHS THE CANADIAN BEOORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAB FIVE TICKETS ON BALLOTS FOR GENERAL ELECTION The ballots have been printed by the Record for the Hemphill County election judges. The ballot this year contains the tickets ofy the I) emocra tic, Republican, Black-Tan Republican, American, JT;i! J? eialist parties. Also on the wiallot are the three amendments to for. One is for allowing independent school districts in the rural schools to vote what- ever tax is sufficient to maintain their school terms, another for the c mpensation of public offi- cials, and the third permitting cities ;.nd towns under five thous- and population to vote an im- provement tax of not over one and one-half per cent. There is not a complete ticket on the Hemphill County ballot this year in any column. The Denu cratic ticket is complete with *he exception of the minor offices. The Republican ticket is complete with the exce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

tr SCHOOL DAYS Ok.1ba> i rk* tUtv'— ^T^ioUxiAitl «^JFbui Beauty Chats By EDNA KENT FORBES >## ### *# over the bag. Squeeze It before get- ting Into the bath, bo the water be- comes milky looking. One bagful can: be used four or five times. Bran baths are taken the same way, except that bran Is used in place of t.hf ontmeal Many women use smaller MEAL BATHS tftYTlLL you kindly print dlreo ! W tions for bran or oatmeal baths, or other baths for Improving 'the texture of the skin?" writes a cor- respondent. In the same mull came it request for baths to help a rheumatic !<bld lady. ! So, since our space is brief, I think ,1 will make a list of the various jboauty and medicinal baths, with short directions for taking each kind, j , There is, first, the oatmeal bath— essentially a bath for beauty. It Vbitens the skin, makes It wonder- fully soft, and acts as a mild bleach. Take about four cupfuls of uncooked OOtmeal, put in a muslin bag, and put 'the bag In the bath water, if pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

THOUSANDS CHEER OBREGON PANHANDLE TURKEYS WILL AT STATE FAIR AT DALLAS FEED FILIPINOS CHRISTMAS^ Dallas, Oct. lti.—Cheered on ev- ery hand, General Alvaro. Obre- gon, president-elect of Mexico, arrived here today to visit the Texas state fair. The visit was also in connection with a move- ment ;o promote greater friend- ship and more extensive trade re- lations between the Southwest and Mexico. Obregon came from Fort Worth by automobile. He arrived ther^f early this morning and was greet- ed officially on behalf of Texas by Governor Hobby and by Mayor Wozencraft of Dallas. Many prominent Texas officials and business men were in th<* governor's party. A large delega- tion of Mexican officials and bus- iness men, headed by Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Labor (JhTrevino, who have been here sev- eral days in connection with a great Mexisan industrial exhibit at the exposition, greeted Obre- gon just outside Dallas. "I am delighted with my recep- tion," declared Obregon, a la, R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

II Rll? 1: iThe Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscript ion Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 Tomorrow (Friday) will be your last opportunity to pay your poll tax. Better see about it now. The Dallas News sent us a pa- J>er last week that looked like a ! maverick hen had hopped into the ink fountain and then tracked all over the sheet of news print, mak- ing hieroglyphics that were unin- telligible to us. If the News will please send us some one who un- derstands Spanish we will have the paper interpreted for us. The 864,748.8 gal ons of brandy, an was orinted in Spanish in 4(> industrial alcohol bonde paper was printed in Spa honor of General Obregon, presi dent-elect of Mexico, who came tc Dallas to visit the state fair. Tom Edison is now trying to perfect an electrical device to communicate with the spirit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

i I W. C. T. U. COLUMN The usual number present at our weekly meeting October Kith the president presiding. Mrs. Gey- er conducted the devotionals, which consisted of scripture lead- ing. and one of her good prayers. K*ii call, etc. The remainder of the afternoon spent mid the click of machines. Considerable work done. Will again remind our friends that we will gladly re- ceive material for aprons or for any article they see fit to send us. The December bazaar, our only source of income, the one time in the year we ask for anything for the upkeep of a building that is almost constantly in use. Af. nine years it is sadly n ne >d of repairs, so now comes the time to help us out, and we ask for the y. me generous patronage thai: Was been given us in the past. Our president, Mrs. .J. F. John- son, with her husband, is spend- ing the week in Kansas City, and she is seldom absent from our meetings, is greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs. George Van Bus- kirk, former residents of Canadi- an, pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

V Jmt mm w\■■ m ili m" p! HiS WANT BARNYARD MEETING THE Turkeys In the barnyard called all the other fowl one morning to a meeting they were to hold behind the barn. "We are called together," snld Mr. <3obbIer, "to discuss a serious situation —namely, that of getting rid of Mr. Fox. "He has bothered all of us lately very much, but my family In particu- lar have suffered great loss, and now I want to talk over a plan for getting rid of him and I shall be glad of your help in the matter." "I second the motion." quacked Mr. Drake, "and I suggest that we tar and feather him." "Oh! I think that far too good for him," said Mr. Gander. "1 propose that we catch him and pull off his fur, one ''S'Sf/ty/fjffAfje.eAwe* HMH MmMI m hair at a time, and then turn him loose. He will be sure to freeze, and that, I am sure, will be a punishment he,would not choose." "Let us try to think of some way not so distasteful to retined minds," said Mr. Ho«ster. "I wunt him pun- ished as much as any «f you,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. * FOR SALE— Reed baby buggy. Mrs. Jack O'Neil. 3tf WANT 150 HEAD OF CATTLE} to wAftter. J. U. Thierstein, Cana dian. Phone Gem, Texas. 4p WINDMILL TOWER FOR SALE. 30-foot, with iron castings for mill. Mrs. M. A. Shaw. 3tf GLASSES LOST. Gold framed, in small black case. Reward paid for their return. Leave at Record of- fice. 3tf EMERSON TYPEWRITER for sale. Standard keyboard, same as now, for $25.00. W. B. Johnson, Bo^ 644, Canadian. WANT INDUSTRIOUS LADY or gentleman in Canadian to handle Watkins products. Goods are well; known everywhere. Agents aver- age $1 an hour. Write for free catalogue today. J. R. Watkins, Company, Memphis, Tenn. FOR RENT—Two light house- keeping rooms. Mrs. Grover Con- nell. CLOSING OUT MOODY LOTS. See me at #nce to get a choice lo- cation at a low price. Chas. H. Tipps. GOOD MILK COW FOR SALE. Gives 3 gallons per day. $125 on time. C. 0. James 3pd FOUR ROOM HOUSE FOR Sale. Close in. W. D. Fisher. 52 TWO ROOM HOUSE FOR SA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 October 1920

■ 11$ SIS': 'isfiy teV: OUR SALE itp«Ii are lower than the manufacturers' special prices. Follow- ing is a quotation from a large manufacturing company: SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON BLANKETS AND COMFORTS We are overloaded and are offering these goods at less than production cost. Our loss is your gain. Order now while you can obtain these seasonable goods at these special low prices. BLANKETS: Mfg. Price Our Sale per doz. price each 64x76 plain Cotton, 3-It) weight —$47.00 $3.60 70x80 plaid Wool finish, V/2-\b weight $81.00 $6.80 Also our 72x80 Part Wool Blanket $7.60 These are the Heaviest Blankets made. ®8SSi''!lSlillilS^ ; 72x78 Fancy Cretonne Covering, 6-It), each $5.40 72x78 Fancy Cretonne Covering, better 6-lb, each 6.60 72x80 Fancy Cretonne Covering, Satin border, 8-lt>, each 6.60 72x80 Fancy Silk Satin Covering only $10.00 72x80 Fancy Silk Covering only $8.00 Our entire stock having been bought much lower than the present prices, and our 20 per cent reduction, bring our prices m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

gBpiliPf! THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 4. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR W. H. Terry New M. E. Pastor; M. M. Beavers Takes Hereford Church The appointments at the an- nual Northwest Texas conference (|l the Methodist Church were read Sunday night, and the con-] ierence adjourned to meet in Am- arillo next year. # The Rev. VV. H. Terry of Here- ford was assigned to the Canadi- an church and the Rev. M. Bea vers was assigned to the Here- ford charge. The Rev. J. W. Sto- rey was returned to this district as presiding elder. Other appointments in this dis- trict are: Higgins, W. H. Strawn. Miami, Ed. R. Wallace. Perryton, G. T. Palmer. Conference evangelist, F. Mi Neal. Missionary to Africa, Ansil Lynn. Conference Sunday School sec- retary. R. N. Huckabee. Mobeetie, T. B. Hilburn. Pampa, M. S. Leveridge. Wheeler circuit, J. G. Thomas. Zybach, to be supplied. Bro. Terry, the new pastor at Canadian, is one of the strong m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

MOTOR CAR RUNS WITHOUT NOISE K;;t 11 HH ' mm m-': §®8i i," An unusual demonstration was given tn Loudon recently by the lnvento> of M automobile which runt without sound and wltb remarkable smoothness, end without the use of goara. It la controlled entirely above tbe steering wheel. Tbe photograph ihowa tbe driver pointing to the controlling level «f Iho car. Aloof. §" "Who la your choice for the nomi- nation V Farmer Corntossel was ■aked. "Haven't made any," replied Farm- er Corntossel. "Nobody asked me to no convention; an' I don't aee any aenae to my neglectln' work an' both- erin' around like It waa a gueaatn' contest wltb no prise attached." London'* Fight On Prohibition. ' The remodeling of London saloons to make them attractive forma part of the scheme evolved aa a counter ttove to the prohlbltloniets who have •worn to make London dry. Brewers •ad licensed vlctnalers have hired ar- chitects to plan laiga, airy public bouses, when food aa well aa drink Oia be obtained. SHKM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Men's light weight Cashmere Hose at Everybody's. <*. «■ If you need Acetylene Welding come to Albert Bernson's Garage. Come in and take our sale pric- «■& before you do your shopping* ^ie Fair Store. Corduroy Pants good weight iii'i.cl reasonably priced at Every- body's. Sheffield Silver Hollow Ware shown for the first time in Cana- dian at Miller's Jewelry Shop. Sheffield Hollow Ware makes the most beautiful birthday or holiday gifts. Miller's Jewelry Shop. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Everybody's has work Shoes that will give you service. Extra Heavy Work Pants, the wearing kind, at Everybody's. Archie Cole of Fampa was in Canadian on business last week. If you need Acetylene Welding come to Albert Bernson's Garage. G. N. Caylor of Happy is visit- ing his daughter, Mrs. Bill New. Prices are right-on the Men's Underwear sold by Everybody's. PERSONAL AND LOCAL The fall movement of cattle id under way and the railroads are busy handling stock trains. John Stillwell re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

The Canadian Record fluifiWf", Hemphill County, Texas j: ' I Spfe • Eg? mi- ;< <MM?yA mMW& life' m 'Mi L. P. Loomia, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Bubaeription Price, the year 9240 Entered at the postofflce at Ca- aadian, Texas, as second class ■ail matter. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1920 A merchant in a certain town once asked a farmer: "Have you noticed the fine advertisement I have on the fence out of town?" MNo," replied the farmer, "but if you will send the fence out to my house some day I will read it over and gee what you are deal- ing in. Fact is, I am reading the newspapers, and don't get much time to study fenceology as I Blip by the fences in my car at thirty miles an hour and have to keep my eyes on the road." If you don't see the news item In the Record, check up and see if you didn't fail to furnish the Record with that item. The Rec- ord is your paper. The editor is no mind reader and we do not print news that we know nothing about. With your co-o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

TCfl/X-^l There is an emanation from the heart In genuine hospitality, which canr.at be described, but 1b immediately felt, and puts the stranger at once at hi* ease.— Washington Irving. «**■ iM ' " w Seasonable Dishes. Those who are fond of peppers will enjoy this dish: Stuff Rice, Onions in Green Peppers. Cut a slice from the stem or pointed emi of the peppers, whichever will furnish the best receptacle for filling. Pour boiling salted water over the peppers, cover and let cook three or four minutes. Remove and set Into a serving dish suitable for the oven. For six peppers prepare one and one- half cupfuls of cream sauce, half a cupful of rice cooked tender, and three onions boiled tender. Cut the onion In hits and mix with about one-third of the white sauce. Fill t;he peppers Jpyfiih alternate layers of the creamed 'onions and the rice. Cover each with buttered cracker crumbs and place In the oven until brown. Turn the rest of the cream sauce around the peppers and serve at once....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

; mm GREAT Cash BEGINS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th AN ®te w § Jl * * § l * HI 50c Leather Palm Canvas Gauntlet 39c 75c Men's Leather Belts 59c Men's $1.00 Neckwear.._79c $3.50 Dress Shirts $2.35 $18.50 Silk Shirts $12.95 35c Men's Hose, all colors 27c Men's Best Grade Lee Unionalls $4.50 $2.00 Blue Work Shirts $1.55 $3.50 Kahki Shirts, best grade $2.69 Mm is is One STORE WILL CLOSE ALL DAY ■ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29th in order that we can arrange the stock and ticket the goods .GOODS CHARGED "IS LP PRICES DON'T mm T ~T This is Your Oim GtlBMl C On account of a very backward fall season and the fact that much of our merchandise was late in arrivij order to"urn it into^ash a. quickly a. possible we have decided to put on thi. GREAT CASH RAISIN, they ever heard of—and right at a time when the goods are needed for winter use. Every article we advertise is of standard make, strictly new, and first class. It will pay you well to HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING, EDWIN CLAPP and HOWARD & FOSTER...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

Raising SALE ♦t AND CLOSES WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17th f Chance to Save Money late in arriving from the manufacturers, we find our stocks much larger than we want, and in lSH RAISING SALE. We will offer our trade thruout this entire country the greatest values that |you well to visit this store every day during this Great Sale. TER SHOES, Hats of the best known brands—all go at the Great Cash Raising Sale price, to- them that will at once convince you of the great savings you can make. [nveniently displayed, and ticketed showing the old price and the sale price so that you can see at a ■■il Friends lav, October 29 1AINS |PS $9.85 •£- 'A* * 655 5.95 I 4.85 I INTER 1 J to be here Ices it w01 need. I l)bed sua GREAT SHOE SALE During this Great Cash Raising Sale we are offering the most remarkable reductions on Shoes iii the country. Better buy several pairs at these prices for we can't replace them at these low prices. EDWIN CLAPP SHOES $22.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, all colors and styles $17.85 H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

i t THE AMERICAN RED CROS$ IN PEACE TIME Disease Prevention Shroagh Its Health Scrvlco the American Red Croat baa begun a nation- •M* concentrated effort in co-operation with established organisations to tedvce greatly the amount of preventable disease and physical defecta found MM*g the country * 106,000,000 population. Education la Ita most powerful tool. Special attention la devoted to children, and this picture shows a typical |M Gross welfare clinic where little enea are treated and mothers Instructed !• Um proper cure of them. _ UNO OF THE HOMESTEADERS Warmest Hospitality the Unvarying Custom—How "Hell-Buster" Ac. quired His Peculiar Nickname. I _______ ' But despite the struggle which most •f the homesteaders were having tgalnst poverty and other unyielding factors of frontier life, we met ev- erywhere with warm hospitality. The tuatom of the country seems to be to take in the stranger and share roof and meal with him. We often had difficulty Inducing fainllles to take paymen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

W. C. T. U. COLUMN cles, solicit from friends, get en- thusiastic and it will be all we h* Our weekly meeting October 20th, in spite of gloomy weather, was attended by the usual num- ber. Mrs. Todd, one of the vice presidents, presided and conduct- ed the devotionals, which consist- ed of scripture reading and the LorUb Prayer. Roll called, etc. Then we turned to the work at hand'—sewing for our December bazaar. We trust al* our womei} are planning on big things this year. The one affair the entire town can be interested in, and has been these many years. A pleasant way of coming together, a sort of re-union, one might call it. Begin now to talk, plan, and work, and let us endeavor to make it the success It has always been in the past. It takes all our women to do this. We believe our vomen arc desirous of having efllh bazaar better and bigger than the one before. Make arti desire. The first gifts for the bazaar came from Mrs. W. C. Barber of Gem this week. This friend sent 12 yards...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

II { THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN PEACE TIME Health Promotion TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS nrrotu rabbituodnd —j. The four million dollar appro- priation to increase teachers' sal- aries is a temporary stop-gap, made to tide over the present ses- sion until the amendment can pass and become effective. If the amendment fails the schools have no recourse. Another year will probably not find a convenient ^ur in in the state treasury. Rather than see the schools closed Texas, like California, will be compelled to resort to increased corporation and inheritance taxes to provide the necessary revenue. A PARODY Health in at the foundation of human happiness. Through Its Rural serf !«?«:, Public Health Nursing Service and Health Center Service, the American Hed Cross aims greatly to strengthen this foundation and to draw more closely (ban ever the neighborly ties that bind the American people together. Here la •hown a Red Cross Public Health nurse attending a young mother with a brand new baby, seein...

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