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

—rr<-■ ffslpj." ? ' PERSONAL AND LOCAL u* !N- pn- J. I PERSONAL AND LOCAL N. P. Willis went to Amarillo' W. A. Palmer went to Childress Wednesday. Tuesday on highway business. PERSONAL AND LOCAL and Mrs. M r. spent Thanksgiving tive.s in Woodward, fc Mrs. C. D. Kindel has returned to Canadian from Mineral Wells, v/here she spent a few weeks. Earl Scadden' Robert Graham and Wade Ad- with rela- kinson of Clovis, N. M., spent Thanksgiving in Canadian. Mr. Sims of Mobeetie is in the hospital this week recovering Perry Everline, a Santa Fe man at Slaton, was in Canadian during the past week visiting old friends. Richard Kite is building a mod- ern five-room bungalow on Second Street. The Misses Madeleine McAd- ams and Oleta Wilson spent Thanksgiving at the Jim Wilson ranch. from an operation for the relief JJi, oi appendicitis hisr family Layne Addison and his family spent Thanksgiving at Booker, guests of Raymond Bowen and We bake fresh cakes every Fri- day which include Angel Food, ...

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

fpf.' . mm Wj* The Canadian Record Paul T. Vickers, associate edi-, We wonder how many editors tor of the Amarillo Daily Tribune, will snap their fingers before they Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas wag jn Canadian Tuesday gather- receive their pay for advertising ing material for a feature article rat snap. L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday H — — —— Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, December 2, 1920 Just three weeks until Christ- mas. Oh, you shopper. Hobby is closing his adminis- tration in a blaze of glory. He is issuing pardons right and left No matter what the crime, be it stealing a yearling or becoming a murderer, the pardon seems to be forthcoming where properly solicited. Secretary Daniels repeated in a public address at Norfolk, Va., en Nov. 15th his former statement that the United States should build the biggest navy in the world, and that Hampton Roads is de...

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

IS ThMIIWw AT EVERYBODY'S B|BlPP -and CIIMMWWP^B IS NOW W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting Nov. 24th was attended by the usual num- ber, the president presiding. Mrs. John Isaacs read the scripture lesson, the Lord's Prayer repeat- ed in unison, the secretary called the roll, read the minutes of the previous meeting, etc. Then we finished the work on hand for the coming bazaar which will open Thursday. No need to repeat what we are hoping for this event, the one time in the year when we come asking your help in the verious ways you may be able to give it. We feel we are safe in saying the booths will be objects of beauty, filled with fancy and useful articles and presided over by competent women who have become proficient in this work thru years of practice. The meals —the excellent ones our women H^are so capable of preparing—and the coming together of our people from year to year has always proven delightful indeed. Circum stances over which she has no control will prevent one ...

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

CANADIAN CHAPTER NO. 227 THREE ARRESTED; STILL AND 100 GALLONS CAPTURED A hundred gallons of whiskey, nash ready for cooking and dis- tilling, together with a modern ( made-to-order, all-copper still were captured and confiscated Monday about twenty-five miles I north of Hereford by Sheriff} Charles Purctll of Hereford, as- j sisted by Sheriff Burton Roacty j «f Amarillo and Federal District Attorney Lloyd Fletcher, accord- ing to the Amarillo officers who returned from there Monday ■ight. Three men, Gene Brown, Rufus Burns, and R. C. Burns, were ar- rested by the Hereford officer and piaced in jail in connection with 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 the maintaining and operating' of the still, officers say. The "moonshine" outfit is said to have been in operation i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 December 1920

Pe Thrift Sale 1 AT EVERYBODY'S Dry Goods and Clothing Company ;T* ::iy■ IS NOW ON AT FULL BLAST!! i t CANYON YOUTH FOUND WITH BULLET WOUND IN HEART; A LOVE AFFAIR IS BLAMED Apparent despondency in his love affairs is the reason as- signed by court officials of Ran- dall County for the death of Roy Foster, found dead in his room Monday evening at the Crystal Hotel in Canyon with a pistol wound thru his heart. "That the fatal wound was self-inflicted and done with sui- cidal intent" will undoubtedly be the verdict following the testimo- ny taken at the coroner's inquest declared Justice of the Peace Henson of Canyon before whom the inquest was held Tuesday morning. Young Foster was last seen Saturday night, and is believed to have gone direct to his room and committed the act. He left a not^ to the girl in the case in which he intimated that he was going to Jp^et out of the way," according to evidence brot out at the in- quest proceedings. The testimony at the hearing was to the effe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 December 1920

it*- i'lP Every Changeable Needle Record Ever Made Can be Played on The NEW EtilSON aiaai New Edison Chippendale Model With needle equipment $307 Without Needle Equipment $295 I ■>$i^MjaH|n pr GOOD MUSIC is cheaper than ever now. The new prices of EDISON Re-CREATIONS mean an average reduction of 35% The Edison ten-inch Re-Creation plays longer than a twlve-inch needle record which sells for $1.35 and the quality of music is not to be compared. A ten-inch needle record plays two and one-half minutes. An Edison recorded full plays Ave minutes. The William Tell Overture comes complete on the four sides of two double- faced needle records at $2.70; and on the Edison the same thing can be had incomparably better for $1.85 on two sides of one Re-Creation. Just play the needle record of the "Quartet from Rigoletto" in comparison with the Edison Re-Creation of the same. The needle Record costs $3.75, and the Edison $2.25. From quality standpoint there is absolutely no comparison. WHERE Q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

t^SAMAMAJN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 10. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAS D. W. JONES, SECRETARY j W. C. T. U. 1920 BAZAAR WAS ABO PASS, VISITS CANADIAN A VERY PLEASING SUCCESS D. VV. Jones, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of Clovis, N. M., was in Canadian last Fri- day on his way to Vici, Okla., to, attend the meeting Saturday of the Oklahoma division of the Abo Pass highway. Mr. Jones was *<•>' enthusiastic over the tour- ist; possibilities for the Abo Pass\ highway, providing co-operation can be secured all along the line in putting the road in first class shape. Many cars pass thru Clo- vis every day for the northeast, states Mr. Jones, and all are en- quiring about the condition of the Abo Pass highway. If the roads are properly developed for traf- fic a large volume of highway cars will be routed this way, and a steady stream of tourists will come thru from the northeast on their way to the Southwest and to Cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

mm AS OTHERS SEE US "Canadian is the cleanest, most progressive, and wealthiest town on North Plains, her citizens claim," is the heading for the 8pecial article written by Paul T. Vickers for the Amarillo Daily Tribune. As this is an article giv- ing the impressions of a stranger on his visit to the city for fea- ture purposes, we are reprinting it so that we may see ourselves as others see us. The article reads: "Cleanliness, progressive n e s s and wealth are the first judg- ments one forms of Canadian when alighting from the train. A little further look convinces the visitor that he is correct, and the slightest kind of inquiry dis- closes that all of the credit for these things do not belong to the men. "Canadian claims to be the cleanest city of its size in Texas. Its size by official count inside the corporate limits is 2,500 souls, Those actually living in Canadian, however, according to local bus- iness men, number 3,000. Natural topography of the site of the town perhaps a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

I 1. Ever 11 HI' ■ v e m te of er ed fill PERSONAL AND LOCAL A. 0. Buckner was up from Lubbock last week. A. B. Henthorn left for his home at Raton, N. M., Sunday af- ter a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Grace Ross. Luther Harris of Amarillo vis- ited friends in Canadian for a few days during the past week. Luther is now firing a locomotive for the Fort Worth and Denver railroad running from Dalhart to Childress. PERSONAL AND LOCAL The Rev. J. E. Stephens was called to Higgins Sunday to preach in the Methodist Church in the absence of the pastor. Miss Sylvia Bailey, who has been bookkeeper at the Consum- ers Supply Company for several years, has accepted a position with the Canadian Hardware and Furniture Company. Henry E. Greenhill of Sweet- water, Okla., and Miss Bernice E. Wright of Canadian secured a marriage license in Sanadian last Saturday. Judge J. E. Stephens united them in marriage. W. M. Bacon was transferred last week from the Santa Fe yards in Canadian to Waynoka where h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Wt—i. Entered at the postofRce at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, December 9, 1920 There is a feeling that the oil business will stage a come-back In the spring, and that oil stocks will be worth more nearly their real value. It is freely predicted that drilling will be resumed vig- orously in the Canadian section Of the Panhandle; that perhaps the Empire people will put down a well. Any sun-of-a-gun who sells wood alcohol for drinking purpos- es should be hanged and half his kinfolks sent to the pen.—Miami Chief. Come to think seriously about it, Waggoner, it is a low down trick for a man to muddy up the water by sticking wood into per- fectly good alcohol. We want our. drinking purposes stuff straight. Something like two years ago the Record editor invested a few precious dollars in a Burkbur- nett oil well pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

> STUDER-SHALLER WEDDING The wedding bells pealed forth their joyous notes Monday after- noon in Canadian in honor of the marriage of Miss Fleda Shaller to Mr. Carl Studer. The cere- mony was solemnized at the res- idence of the bride's parents in 4fe. presence of a few relatives and intimate friends. Miss Alice Shaller, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Mr. Floyd V. Studer, brother of the groom, was best man. The ring ceremony was spoken very im- pressively by the Rev. B. G. Tay- lor, and was preceded by the tri- umphal march to the accompani ment of the wedding march from Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," played by Mrs. C. C. Shaller. The bride, resting on the arm of her brother, Mr. Alvah J. Shal- J|cr, who had the pleasure of giv- ing her away, was preceded down the stairs by the Misses Ruth and Evelyn Shaller, who, clad in white, strewed the pathway with roses; by Master Orville Shaller. also in white, who carried the ring hidden in the depths of a large c...

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

Absorber ^Florence Gray BUIO Harvard-Yale football game was on at the sta- dium, and a demonstration of the Sound Absorber was shortly to be on. Hon. William Oazukea, the millionaire, who seemed It be renewing bis youth, sat chatting excitedly with the Inventor and a party of friends. It seems that the Hon. Guzulces had recently been forced, through a practlenl Joke on himself, to become interested In this sound ab- sorber and to realize that It had a va- riety of possibilities, for his friend. Faxon, the inventor, had lain in wait for him one day by the side of a build- ing. He had seen the millionaire com* tng toward htm, earnestly engaged In conversation, and wishing to demon- strate his Invention, he had quickly sprung upon a barrel and, as quickly, he had set the absorber In rapid vi- bration, so as to disturb the atmo- sphere before the faces of the gentle- men. Neither was able to hear the ether and after much consternation Faxon, with a twinkle In his eye, con- fronted them....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

f NOTICE REGARDING THE { SCHOOL BOND ELECTION png )U- >ur In's Ints Idle tf M' 3s All property tax payers who live in the Canadian Independent School District may vote in thej eleffeon Saturday, whether their property be real estate or per- sonal property. Women will be eligible to vote in this ejection. TOP 0r%UT0M<%ILE OFTEN IS NEGLECTED Detracts From Its Appearance and Real Value. dust and dirt. ! Mohair tops should be cleaned by • brushing thoroughly with a whlek- broom and eradicating the spots with a sponge, warm water, and castile soap. A chamois wrung dry will fin- ish the Job by taking up the exc«ss moisture.—R. L. Prlndle In Popular Science Monthly. ENTERPRISING PANHANDLER E. D. Brown is the champion rattle snake killer of the Panhan- dle, having won that record last week when he succeeded in kill- ing thirty-six of the snakes in a cave on Judge Hathaway's farng six miles south of Childress. Mr. Brown stated that he found a few of the reptiles sunning at th£ mouth of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 December 1920

Xmas Candies, ikiaas Spirit, Xmas Gifts. 4 Elaborate or plain, all your jjllli fceiiSi^MS:: be iiWi here in perfect If you are in doubt as to what to give, come here for inspiration and suggestions. Manicure and Toilet Sets Perfumes Fancy and Necessary Toilet Articles Plain and Gold-Mounted Fountain Pens Silver and Gold Eversharp Pencils French Ivory Kodaks Kodak Albums Fancy Box Chocolates Leather Purses Books The New Edison An elegant line of Emboss7 ed, Engraved, and Hai^l Colored Christmas Cards and many other appropriate articles and gifts "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 What Do YOU Want to Know About the Far West? There U no more dependable, unbiased, frank ana in(«rw(« ing oource of information than THE PACIFIC MONTHLY The W4at'a Croat National Mmgrnxina No ch&rg*—just ndoH stamp (or raply Order from Your Newsdealer TODAY If your dialer dot* not handle SUNSET, tend 2 St for a a ample copy. Subscription ■ twinlr jrttra i for the kaeM-the whole 11t brine* tfieFwWwl g 1 SUNS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

.THE CANADIAN RECORD V OLUME 28, NUMBER 11. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAH •' I S f [GAINS MEXICANS LOSE $800 CASH IN EARLY FIRE MONDAY A fire in Chihuahua Addition to Canadian Monday morning de- stroyed practically the entire vil- lage. A house of five rooms built of railroad ties was entirely de-j stayed, the fire starting from a defective flue. The house was ocr cupied by Marcial Hernandez and/ hie two sonsinlaw, with their fam- ilies, and one son unmarried. The loss was very severe for the Mex- icans, as their savings for years were kept in the house in paper money, and this, to the amount of $800, was burned. Marcial Her- nandez, the older man, is said to have lost $500 and Santana Her- nandez $300. The $500 belonging to Marcial represented his sav- ings for years and as he is an old man the loss is very distressing. It is said that only recently he took a flour sack in which his sil- ver savings had accumulated and ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

! is i;; ■ . • . . ; J i*. Make your 1920 Christmas Gi|ts some- 1 hfi crmac i ^iTTC iHihg V/lli lOLllIdO V>11 Iw ^ • 1 ■ ^p^r nl ce is VV Hi I A :jfllKnaEMspecialty 111 ||l|; jp |PP " lit* V* 8tock Qf the articles that men wear. Sox, Ties, Hats, Shoes,; Shirts, Siitis, Overcoats, fmwi i7zcii ^Mfaeg'Qur'ittfliiScare 1 >M_„_ THE MENS STORE help mayw^jBi^^^iiB^feyOtt* one* I 11 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & M A ft X CLOTHES £ % 'Si | fii- i ";1- $ I Dr. CAYLOR FORMS PART- NERSHIP WITH Dr. DAWSON I desire to announce to the public that on account of the heavy increase in medical and surgical cases in this country during the past two years it has become quite impossible for me alone to givejt the.time and at- tention which* the people deserve. I have therefore decided to form a partnership with Dr. L. V. Dawson of Kansas City, Mo. Dr. Dawson will be in Canadian on Mondy, December 20th, to engage in the practice of medicine and surgery, and I take pleasure in saying that after a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

1 " The Ladies Sunshine Coali'| Sunshine Suits ^M^^^BPresses silk Georgette Waists u Bath Robes Felt" Queen EVERYBODY'S The merchandise in our stores is priced at the lowest levels. Do your Christmas shopping wsth us. As our prices fire always cash we save you money on everything you purchase ;:here]fj GIVE SOMETHING USEFUL. Napkins Table Cloths Bags DressGoods Fancy Towels SilkiHosiery Silk. -Underwear Victory Silks SSNKfil Table Scarfs ■PV0MI Victory Silks Men and Boys9 Christmas Initial Handkerchiefs Bath Robes Douglas Shoes - Kuppenheimer Suits and' .pyercoaiflf Dress Shirts Hou^^lp^pH Traveling Bags F^n^^Ubsieiy' i The W. C. T. U. held its week- ly meeting at the W. C. T. U. building last Wednesday. Mrs. Simmons read the 24th Psalm and voiced the opening prayer. After roll call and reading of the min- utes the report 011 the bazaar was read. Ten dollars more having been collected during the week making us $828.93 clear. When this report was read there was a general rejoicing an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

*%&$ ££yKfiSyViJplWF*, v^-^-w"' "*•• !fS- i If.-:-' if i St iJg 1 itiii The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Lootnis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year 92M Entered at the postofflee at Ca- aadian, Texas, as second class (nail matter. Thursday, December 16, 1920 Jack Geisler was home the first of the week after a canvass of the South Plains, selling Snow White Flour. He reports business in the cotton growing sections of the South' Plains very dull now, as the cotton situation has temporar- ily demoralized business. Those merchants whose customers de- pended entirely on cotton raising are absolutely unable to collect, and are short of cash. When planting trees why not try a few persimmon trees? Those persimmon trees growing along the Canadian River in a wild and uncultivated state bear abundant* 1y. and if good trees were plant- ed and cared for they should put on quite a splendid crop. Pecans will some day be planted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

■ /T' ■ PERSONAL AND LOCAL E. J. Pickens went to California Sunday on a professional trip. Mrs. John Perry returned Mon- day to Shawnee, Okla., after a visit in Canadian. A. L. Taylor and his family or Gageby took the train Monday for a visit to their old home in Tennessee. Mr. Taylor owns the Wm. Ross ranch near Gageby. Gifts of Jewelry and Diamonds express the true Christmas spirit in the language that is universal. MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP GIFTS THAT LAST PERSONAL AND LOCAL I). J. Young went to Dallas Monday on business. Miss Bernice Satterfield of Durham, Okla., was in Canadian shopping Wednesday. Otto Yokley and his family and Miss Bertha Anderson of Men- dota are in Canadian this week shopping. 1 ■ # n> pits 8flH( asjyife Diamond knowledge is not nec- essary when buying from us. You are protected, both in quality and price. MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP GIFTS THAT LAST in Canadian Residence We have on the market at this time at a great bargain price and easy terms a splendid residence...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

>>. iU; I H v IliiS: aBBBHtoE mmrn Teachers Institute for Hemphill and Lipscomb Counties AT CANADIAN, TEXAS SECTIONAL MEETINGS The Text Book for the Institute will be "Socializing the Three R* " by Weeks, MacMillan Company, Dallas, price $1.25. Each teacher should own a copy or have access to one. Discussions will be carried on, covering the various chapters in this book.) GENERAL MEETINGS Monday, December 20, 9.00 a. n. Opening Song. Invocation Bro. E.D.Morgan Pastor First Baptist Church, Canadian. Welcome Address .....Mayor B. G. Taylor Mrs. D. J. Young, President Canadian Parent-Teachers Association Response Mr. D. A. Snellings Organization. Enrollment. Financing Schools under Present Conditions Mr. J. C. Cleveland Teaching by Projects Miss Bess Simpson Recess. Demonstration by Third Grade Pupils Miss Arlie Dial An Hour with Longfellow Miss Clemma Billingsley Text. Chapter I Discussion led by Mr. B. F Hooker Text. Chapter II Discussion led by Mrs. W. H. Sewell Afternoon Ses...

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