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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

Modern Wonder V* ' V"'/' Short Sketch of His Life . pgo. pon- or iny- rled la1,< illy bng- | be- DUS, ffl REV. BUD ROBINSON The Man of God By J. T.Upchurch There was a man sent from Go,tl with a message of love to the people. This man, Reuben Robinson, as an epistle known and read of all men, has swept the multitudes from laughter to tears with the simple re- lation of his life story—a story stranger than fiction and more thrilling than ro- mance. An editor of a secular newspaper once said: "I heard Bud Robinson today and I sat there like a chump, laughing, then crying, then laughing and crying at the same time. I felt foolish until I got the courage to look around and discovered that all the rest of the people were doing the same as 1 was." Who is This Man of Magic Power? One night down in Texas there dropped on a back bench in a Methodist brush arbor meeting a man—no, a substitute for a man. His hair was unkempt, his mind undevel- oped, and in the pocket of the greasy over- all...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 October 1920

• • • WITH OUR RURAL * • • • CORRESPONDENTS • • • • *••****••• • GEM Th' gpookea wil begen tu hold their reg'lar meetin' at th' house whur Barber lives Sat'day nite. Awl kum. Phun wil begin tu cum- mense at hafpast six. Ther's goin' t' be lots o' phun fer ev'body. A kompetent kommit- ty will interduse strangers an' luk after bashfeul felers. Ladys bring paper bags con- tainin' lunch, conslstin' o' san'- wiches, kake an' fruit fer tu. These wil be sold to th' highest bider an' th' etin' wil begin.Kofee f tee. Men—oh, felers! Don't fergit yer muny. Bring hit erlong. Goes fer a gud kause. Th' leetle ones'll be- entertained on th' playground. Fer th' small sum o' ten cents yuh kin git yer fortun told b' all sorts o' furriners. Vivit th* "Mistick Pule." Keep yer mouth shet, but be sure t' tell ev'buddy. Kum if konvenient. Kommitty. HOSPITAL NEWS J. B. Bentley's boy was brot to the hospital last week for an ope- ration. He is doing nicely and will go home this week. Mrs. W. H. Hasler brot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

,. . w THE CANADIAN' RECORD \ 01.1 ME 28, NUMBER 5. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR ELECTION PROVES TO BE I. O. O. F. OLD TIMERS MEET A REPUBLICAN LANDSLIDE There is little to be said about the election returns. The very first bulletin that came to the 1"a;'iime Tuesday night showed a majority for Harding over Cox, and the bulletins that followed so mi indicated a national land- to the Republican candidate. Telegraph reports indicate that Harding received the largest vote ever given to any presidentia" cm ! i < i: date. At thirty minutes after nine o'clock Tuesday night the bulletin was flashed that New York had gene for Harding by over 900,- 000 majority and a few minutes later the New York Times issued an extra conceding Harding's election. About half an hour later the Dayton News, Governor CoxVy own paper, issued an extra con- ceding Harding's election. When reports came in from Ohio that that state had chosen between h...

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

J. E. STEPHENS, COUNTY JUDGE ELECT A STATEMENT It is said there was some criti- cism as to the way my name ap- peared on the ticket. I was not a candidate for any office and had nothing whatever to do with my name appearing on the ticket as A candidate for justice of the peace, and paid no attention to credentials turned in to the of- ficials placing my name 011 the official ballot. I have never been & candidate for the office of jus- tice of the peace, accepting the office in the first place thru cour- tesy to the county officials when there was a vacancy that occurr- ed thru my precedeasor having moved away. I appreciate the recognition given me, and I am not forgetful of your remember- ing me in a friendly, way with your vote. I accept the vote of all as an expression of friendship. Thanking those to whom I may bo indebted for courtesies, and with best wishes to all, I am, Respectfully, P. H. LOOMIS. Possibly the biggest cattle shipment that ever arrived at Miami came in this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

-«<|W tr A Grand Knock-Out of All Our H ■ D Sale Began October 30; Closes Wednesday, November 17 (/> H I «if clMiilielil Thousands of people are taking advantage of our GREAT C^ISH RAISING SALE and are buy- ing as they never bought before—everybody is satisfied and we hear expressions of satisfaction everywhere. WE'VE CUT THE PRICES—WE ARE LOSING MONEY, BUT WE MUST RAISE THE CASH. So we've lost all idea of making profit and have cut the very life but of prices in order to do so, and while this sale is on is your one grand chance to stock up on your fall needs, for cold, freezing weather will soon be here, and you will need such goods as we offer. Make it a point to come as often as you can. Look over our stock, and we assure you that you will be both well pleased and well paid. 9 ■ m eo *< MEN'S FINE SHIRTS $18.50 Silk Shirts $12.95 $16.50 Silk Shirts 11.35 $15.00 Silk Shirts 9.95 $13.50 Silk Shirts 8.85 $10 Fine Dress Shirts $6.95 $8.50 Fine Dress Shirts 5.65 $5.00 Fine Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

Tfae 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, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 TO THE NEWSPAPER BOYS OF THE PANHANDLE To each of you to whom we are indebted, this is a personal message, from out of the chaos of work and emotions due to the thrills of a national campaign and the slam bang of a print shop crowded with work and du- ties. Without calling the name of each paper to which we are ob- ligated, for a friend knows the voice of a friend, we reach out to you over the distance of math- ematical calculation as tho it were nothing in the tug of friend- ship, and catch your hand in ours, and tender to you our ap- preciation, thus: We thank the newspapers for the press notices during the cam- paign. Especially do we know that it was something of a sacrifice to recognize favorably a candi- date of another politica...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

W. C. T. U. COLUMN | Mrs. Norman Wood and Mrs. Lucile Sears, who have been An ideal October day, a large number of members and guests, some 107, a good program, tasty make the Mothers Meeting of the 27th a most pleasant affair. As the guests arrived they were warmly welcomed by the hostess- of the afternoon, Mesdames Vas Stickley, Henson, Jeptha Todd, Floyd Studer, Sam McAd- ams, Meeks. and Pryor, passing, on to the parlors which were at- tractive with Hallowe'en decora- tions, large bouquets of chrysan- themums and marigolds gracing j table and piano. At the appointed I time the meeting was called to order by the superintendent, Mrs. j Newman. Mrs. Cureton conduct- ed the devotionals, reading the , 13th Chapter of John and offering a fervent prayer. Song "The' World's Going Dry" with Mrs. finders at the piano. , Roll called and minutes of pre- vious meeting read. The program consisted of a brilliant musical number by Mrs. Henson, two hu- morous readings by Miss West, one of the tea...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Six reels of joy, bliss and mirth mrnpant—"Up in Mary's Attic" Big Tire Sale at Tubb Garage Chance to get tires at reduced trices. C. Lake, a Santa Fe fireman, Has transferred from AmariUo to Canadian. PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL S. John Malouf of Amarillo is! "Up in Mary's Attic" will re- visiting N. Abraham at the Fair lieve the stiffest callous from any Store. funny bone Big Tire Sale at Tubb Garage. Big Tire Sale at Tubb Garage. Chance to get tires at reduced Chance to get tires at reduced prices. Fred Blann had bills printed last week for a public sale at his farm today. prices. The cleverest, cutest story that tver reached the screen—"Up in! Clary's Attic". Why seek joy in the cellar when you can find it "Up in Mary's Attic"? You'll laugh until the end and then you'll cry because there isn't any n^ore "Up in Mary's Attic." Tires at sale price, and a tube goes with every casing. See us j Capt. Davis and his helpers quick. Tubb Garage. j Salvation Ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

* .' \ v - CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the heirs of Lorenzo Low Scott, known and unknown, t^Rie known being M. Sides, Flor- ence A. Scott, Henry W. Scott^ Harry YV. Scott, Hanna M. Spaul- ding, Hanna M. Spalding, Lewis W. Scott, Roy N. Scott, Netta P. Holton, Netta P. Scott, and Ralph A. Scott, all residents of the State of California, but their residence in said state being un- known, by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your County, if there be a news- «per published therein, but if t, then in any newspaper pub- lished in the 31st Judicial Dis- trict, but if there be no newspa- per published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest district to said 31st Judicial District, to appear at the next regular term of the District Court ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 November 1920

L'^SWL tri ■ ;-, iiSf $#&•' K • ll • ♦..♦♦• •♦♦♦• • • • • • WITH OUR RURAL * m . • • CORRESPONDENTS • • • « **«•* *••• • GAGEBY Mr. Dial took dinner with Mr. Beal Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hennington called at the Johnson home Sun- day afternoon. Katherine Wright stayed with Mrs. John Wright Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lell Dent and their little son were Canadian callers Monday afternoon. Miss Maye Barker and her brother, Tom, and John Francis spent Sunday evening at Mr. Johnson's. Delia Wright and Margie Mc- Gnire spent the week end with Mrs. Wm. Askey. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steen and their daughter, Mary, were Ca- nadian callers Tuesday. Lucile and Myrtle Lohbergei attended a Hallowe'en party given by Thelma Swanson in Zybach Saturday night. Virgil Brock and Uncle Winl^ Carson of Pleasant Valley took supper at the Beat home Thurs- day night. Mrs. Johnson and her daughter. Mrs. W. A. Hennington and Miss, Blanche, spent a pleasant after- noon with Mrs. Barker Wednes- day. Mrs. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

\ m i i * THE CANADIAN RECORD VOL 1"ME 28, NUMBER 6. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR BIG HEREFORD SALE WILL BE HELD HERE FEB. 16th PRANKERS COME TO GRIEF Something like twenty Canadi- an boys have been notified to ap- At a meeting of the directors of Pfa.r before th«. city Cf>urt and fx" T1 , ^ . , _ , i plain their actions on Halloween the Red Deer Hereford Breeders The boyg are charged with Association at Miami Friday I depredations to property that night last week official action j were beyond the reasonableness was taken designating Canadian j of the liberties usually enjoyed as the place for the 1921 annual; on this special day of the year. « le, and the date was placed a,' Boys sometimes take too much jSjUiuary 16th. j for granted, and in their Hallow- The city of Canadian, thru the , e'en pranks pull some stunts that Chamber of Commerce, is contrib-1 cause property owners considera- uting prize money of $250 and, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

:ii: . ".j-r SATURDAY SPECIAL: NO. 2Vz MICHIGAN PLUMS 21c PER CAN CONSUMERS SUPPLY COMPANY Now Settled in Our I I HH||l^|pk!e fS, < A Cordial Welcome Awaits You We are located in our new home, the Gerlach building formerly occupied by the postoflke. We are thru with the confusion of moving and are all ready to meet the trade here. We invite new customers and will en- deavor to fill your Grocery Orders with the freshest and best products of the wholesale markets, and the price will always be as low as the market affords. Try our service. We can sell you as good groceries as any grocer can, our prices are right, and we appreciate your trade. DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT OUR NEW LOCATION Panhandle Grocery Gerlach Bldg. MRS. HARLAN HOPKINS Mrs. Mary Rue Hopkins, wife cf Harlan Hopkins, departed this life at Caylor hospital in Canadi an, Texas, at 4.45 a. m. November 6th. She was born in Fisher Coun- ty, Texas, January 11, 1894, and was married to Harlan Hopkins November 28, 1912. Her illn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

EVERY DAY of the MMMisilpM 11 ■gp has been a GRAND SUCCESS Your ' Wear at prices that Our Tremendous Stock is still unbroken. We can fit any man in SALE CLOSES WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17 Better come on and let us fit you up in this sale ^■^DiAei^^ AMMONS & UZZELL First big reduction in Ladic-' ReadytoWear by the B. M. B j Mercantile Company begins next i Monday and lasts all week. We J shall offer choice of our SuL*' Dresses, Coats and Skirts at aj saving to the customer of 20%, alterations extra. Discriminating buyers everywhere know the ex- cellent qualities of our Ladies' ReadytoWear Department, and we ' assure you our offerings are all high class and excellent values. S^le lasts all week. NOTICE TO HALLOWE'EN OFFENDERS TO APPEAR Oakland TBMj Six Sedan links the homelike comfort of the closed car with the activ- ity and thrift of the open model. No other car, re- gardless qf size or cost, delivers transportation of a more efficient character. Powerful, roomy and reli- able, it serves...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

■ 'iyaTjMW&ligwS ■ 4?' £ J J. i^R^iwmxc '■::••■■ '--v.; ' M** Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas iter ' §jp ilS 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, NOV. 11, 1920 Of all reports that have come in from the Panhandle there were practically no Black and Tan Re- publican votes cast. The Panhan- dle is_ a white man's country, whether the white man happens to be a Democrat or a Republican. — JIMul is a mowiflg^m^ Hthe foot ol" the nill near it l , i ' -R'K' ■■ imp It'frifV ■.' llftl 1 ' • 1 ■ft m - V • Sife LVC mmgM JKI ililP Msm ■B---■ ie at foot"oT"the"fiill near theedT tor's property. If anyone lost a snowing machine Hallowe'en night this is probably the one tha< strayed away. Hallowe'en spook: are endowed with considerable mysterious power. They have tr be to make an old rusty mowing machine get up and roll away. The Panhandle tur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

Rfpi: W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting Nov. 3d was called to order by the presi- dent, with a fairly good attend-' ance. Mrs. Hoefle read the 1st I salm, the Lord's Prayer repeat- ed in unison, etc. Some of the re-1 given. A letter read by the secretary from our state presi-| dent, Mrs. Megrail, relating to our work, and urging that we re- mit dues every six months in or- i der that the state work can be kept up. A few owe dues which) please pay as soon as possible, j A vote of thanks tendered Mr. j Sidney Luther for apron material | he brot to us. This good man, made a like donation last year, and he cut the grass on our lots j the past summer, so we feel he has been very kind and thotful( and we fully appreciate all tho^e1 %ndly acts. Our benediction re-! peated, then the remainder of the afternoon was spent sewing for the December bazaar. Only one more sewing day, November 24th. before the bazaar, and we trust that all our women are making ready for it. It is expected that o...

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

ji r 11 m PERSONAL AND LOCAL Boys Suits with serviceability at Everybody's. Style without extravagance in the overcoats sold by Every- body's. If you want Bright Windows and Sparkling Glassware, use RUB- NO-MORE WASHING POWDER. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Everybody's has a large variety of Dress and Work Gloves. Real home made Ladies' Out- ing Gowns on sale all next week at $2.50 each. Regular value $3.00. They are nicely made, excellent quality, and nice and roomy. Buy early. Quantity limited. The B. M. B. Mercantile Company. F R Ipf If N and ■MHI A frozen storage battery is invariably a ruin- ed battery, beyond recall. The best way at all times to avoid battery trouble is to keep in touch with a reliable service station. Drive into our station and we will always be pleased to give you advice without obligation on your part. This is especially important at this time of the year. Call and see us and let us get ac- quainted. Canadian PERSONAL AND LOCAL I^>pular priced underwear for men and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

> —+ u & A ■¥ CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the heirs of Lorenzo i:^ Scott, known and unknown, those known being M. Sides, Flor- ence A. Scott, Henry W. Scott^ Harry W. Scott, Hanna M. Spaul- ding, Hanna M. Spalding, Lewis W. Scott, Roy N. Scott, Netta P. Holton, Netta P. Scott, and Ralph A. Scott, all residents of the State of California, but their residence in said state being un- known, by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in Br County, if there be a news- er published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper pub- lished in the 31st Judicial Dis- trict, but if there be no newspa- per published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper published in the nearest district to said 31st Judicial District, to appear at the next regular term of the District...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 November 1920

psfil to® We Are Clearing the Dcck TO MAKE READY FOR OUR HOLIDAY LINE AND WE WILL HAVE SOME Unusual Bargains TO OFFER COMMENCING SATURDAY AND LASTING ALL NEXT WEEK. SEE OUR WINDOWS. COME IN, LOOK OVER OUR BARGAIN COUNTER YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY COMING HERE FIRST. IMI's ■+ IF YOU DON'T ADVERTISE YOU ARE NOT DEVELOPING YOUR GREATEST ASSET—'THEGOOD WILL OF THE PUBLIC. $■■■ SALE ^>llar Value Eighty Cents IB Fair Store our family of loyal satisfied customers. "Where Quality Counts"' i-' • ■ ■ YEARS AG|gl| HEN WE ENTERED THE Drug Business in Canadian three years ago we determined to keep abreast advances in Pharmacy so that wefcould render & truly scientific service |£p the community. WE HAVE FOUND REAL PLEASURE IN our work ind the substantial trade which we now have is sufficient evidence that our efforts have been rewarded. You are Invited to join • WITH OUR RURAL * • CORRESPONDENTS GAGEBY Mr. Barker was a Canadian caller Saturday. Mrs. Turley visited Mrs. May- field Tuesday morni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

J.-,.,.,,-- . ' «fl—II ftr Mi1lwf>i VOLUME 28, NUMBER 7. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR TETEN SELLS HIS INTEREST IN CONSUMERS SUPPLY CO. Announcement was made this week of the sale of the Consumers} Supply Company property, which includes the stock of groceries and the building and property ^ihere the store is located, to H. linger and Isaac Simpson, who have been members of the firm. Henry Teten, who owned the con- trolling stock in the business, sold his interest to his partners. Gro- ver C, Barnes, who also owned a small interest in the firm, sold his share to the gentlemen, also. Mr. Teten has been closing out his business interests and proper- ty holdings in this city in order to enter the wholesale produce business in Wichita, Kansas. He will be associated in the business with J. W. Barton, a well-known commercial traveler, and E. W. Bixler of YVaynoka. He has sold his residence property in this city to L. E. Worle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

W. C T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting November 10th was called to order with the president presiding and with sev- eral members in attendance. Mrs. F. N. Hamilton read the 24th Psalm, and the Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. The roll was called and the minutes of pre- vious meeting read. j We then turned to the work at hand and a goodly amount was accomplished. Only one more sew- ing day, Nov. 24th, before the bazaar December 2-3-4. We are hoping that our women are get- ting ready for this event with the same enthusiasm they have shown in all the previous ones. This ba- zaar will be the 14th one we have held, and each one has been more pleasant and more successful than the preceding one, which speaks volumes for the ability and energy of our women. As we have often said, it is a delightful way for all our people to come together once a year for one com- mon cause, and we ask for the same generous patronage that has been given us in the past. We ask every woman in Canadian and vi...

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