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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

JAS. ALLEN DIES SUDDENLY OF OVER-S TIMUL ATION 227 meets Monday 7.30 II. Vis- \. M. w I Jas. Allen died suddenly about 4 a. m. Wednesday at his home near Aberdeen of 'over-stimula- tion. The officials went out to the hflflie to hold an inquest but fJKid it unnecessary as physi- cians pronounced the cause of his death as over-stimulation, which affected his heart. It is claimed he drank some jamaica ginger and wine of pepsin mixed the day before and the resultant action was too severe a strain upon his heart. Mr. Allen is said to have been a good citizen and farmer and his death is a sgd blow to his family and friends,-^ Pampa News. K. — . W. R. Hough of Apache, Okla., in Canadian the first of the week on a prospecting trip. Mr. Hough expressed himself as high- ly pleased with the appearance of Canadian, and stated that he might locate here in the near fu- ture. HORACE DODGE, LAST OF DODGE BROTHERS, IS DEAD On Saturday, December 18th, we will have at our store a spe- cial representat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 December 1920

! ' . I J. • I VI V Elaborate or plain, all your Gift Needs can be met fhere in pe|P^t,tast^i"u If you are in doubt as to what to give, come here for inspiration and suggestions. Manicure and Toilet Sets Perfumes Fancr and Necessary Toilet Articles Plata and Gold-Mounted Fountain Pens Silver and Cold Everaharp Pencils French Ivory Kodaks Kodak Albums Fancy Box Chocolates Leather Purees Books The New Edison • An elegant line of Emboss? ed, Engraved, and Han^ Colored Christmas Cards and many other appropriate articles and gifts Bader's Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 waBBm TYLEK.TEXAB. EVERY YEAR A BIGGER YEAR , . jfe Tyler Commerc al College has had the largest enrollment of its history in 1920. All previous records have been broken by the enrollment in one year of over 4,000. This great institution, the largest business training institute in America, draws increased patronage every year, because in addition to giving the most thoro business training in the least time and at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

■WWANaJfliLN REOOED VOLUME 28, NUMBER 12. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAS CANADIAN NUT BUSTERS POTTER COUNTY WINS SUIT ENJOY ANNUAL BANQUET The 1920 turkey banquet of the Canadian Nut Busters at the din- ing room of the W. C. T U. build- ing was ushered in with auspi- cious promises Saturday night and the event was beyond even the wishes of the hosts as a suc- ML cessful affair. It was the largest ^ banquet that has yet been giver^ i•> the railroad boys, and it was a magnificent success from the iiint bite of turkey to the last moment of the free for all bull throwing contest that followed the turkey feast. The spirit of good fellowship that prevailed and the happy responses to toasts made the time pas9 rapidly. The entire attendance was around one hundred fifty, and the boys in charge of the eats, the smokes, and the drinks were fully alert as usual in seeing that everyone was banqueted to his full satisfaction. The Nut ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

igf i ite BOOTLEGGER TALE HALTS A DIGNIFIED U. S. COURT Washington, Dec. 22.—The sol- emn and dignified United State3 supreme court halted its hearing of tne $10,000,000 Texas and Ok- lahoma Red River oil land suit today while Associate Justice McKenna delved into a bit of an- cient history concerning the de- mise of "certain gentlemen the bootleg." Attorney General Cureton of Texas in his argument was at- tempting to show that the middle thread of Red River had always been accounted the boundary be tween the two states, and refer ed to certain co-operative activi ties between Captain Sixkiller of Oklahoma on the north bank and the Texas Rangers on the south bank of the stream. Cureton intimated that the co- operated efforts had resulted in a number of bootleggers being shot into a complete state of habeas corpus. "Was Sixkiller the real name of the Oklahoma officer?" queried Justice Brandeis. I "It was," responded Cureton, "and he lived up to his name. When he went after a law-brea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

(l % 4 We are glad to be able to announce that THE SOUTHWEST NATIONAL BANK will open its doors for business MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1921. The bank building is the best that can be built, being ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF, and of the very latest architectural design. The TWO VAULTS are poured concrete heavily re-inforced with steel with three doors to each vault, making them as near burglar proof as it is possible to make them. The money safe is a Manganese Steel Screw Door with Triple Time Lock, the most modern safe made, and absolutely burglar proof. Our SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES are in three sizes to suit anyone's purse or convenience, and are made of heavy steel and of the most modern make and are installed in a steel and concrete vault, making them ABSOLUTELY SAFE for your valuables at a very small expense—only a few cents per month. The Furniture' and Fixtures are mahogany and Tennessee marble of the most modern and up to date design for the purpose of handling the business. The is owned by a g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas mi- IK'S" L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postofflce at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, December 23, 1920. A recent ruling of the higher courts of Texas places baseball, picture shows, and all places of amusement where an admission is charged on the prohibitive list. This especially affects Sunday baseball games, as practically all small towns play baseball games on Sunday. Cheer up. The worst is yet to come. A short time ago college professors were quitting their jobs and taking positions as jan- itors, because the janitors made more money than the professors did. Now comes a janitor in Massachusetts who heired a quar- ter of a million dollars. This must be the janitor's day. Satterfield, the cartoonist, had a cartoon in the daily papers last Thursday showing the senate and the house turning a cap down over the hole by which im...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Jesse Long and George Gerlach went to Kansas Sunday on bus- iness. Jim Cain is down from Welling- ton visiting his parents during the Hmdays. P. H. Loomis left Sunday night for Wakita, Okla., to spend the holidays with his daughter, Mrs. C. l. Bickerdike. A bad check artist is in town and has been causing considera- ble grief among the merchants. Be very careful of the checks that are handed in to you. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Frank Rathjen and her children are spending the holi- days in Elk City, Okla., with rel- atives. a box supper was held at the W. C. T. U. building Monday night to secure funds for the Syrian relief. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Haynie and their son, Tommie, of Wichita Falls are spending the holidays in this city with their son, C. S. Haynie, and meeting old friends while Mr. Haynie is looking after business matters. We wish you one and all a very Merry Christmas. augers jewelry shop ^gifts that last We are still selling presents every day, and our stoc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

'■ PROGRESS REPORTED IN A.4 M. EGG-LAYING CONTEST College Station, Dec. 22.—The ftrst month of the Fourth Texas National Egg-Laying Contest be- ing conducted at the A. and M. College under the direction of T. J. Conway, poultry husband- man, closed on Nov. 30th with a pen of S. C. White Leghorna own- ed by J. L. Baits of Decatur, Tex- as, first with 72 eggs. The second highest pen belongs to the Robinson Poultry Farm, Gravette, Texas. The highest hen for the month was a S. C. White Leghorn owned by W. H. Frese of Waco, Texas, with a record of 20 eggs. Some interesting facts are tak- en from the records of the contest during the past month by Prof. Conway. He reports that the highest pen of five pullets in thq contest consumed during the month 24.4 pounds of feed valued at $0,688 and produced 72 eggs valued at $3.90, returning a profit of $3.12. The feed cost of a doz- en eggs from this pen was HV2 cents, while on the other hand the feed cost for a dozen eggs from one of the lowest p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

Hi help, cash contributions and such food supplies as are locally obtainable, (t children receive the free food ex- e'pt lifter medical tests showing them in In' seriously uijjjer-nourlshed. The eitminlng $10,000,000 of ilie fund is ust 11s urgently needed for medical service to the children. The European Relief Council will do much more than effect economies In the raisin# of the chlldsavlng fund. It will, with the Inspecting forces of eltflit great agencle", keep a constant eye on the administration of America's merciful gift, Id order that there shall he no wastage and n< tendency toward pauperization. Children at the Bread Kitchens m 3,500,000 Facing Starvation Can Only Be Saved by America's Response to Joint Appeal. ■M mmm & m m m ■# M f Three <•.:i< 1 u half million children in eastern mid central Europe wait, gaunt end pinched like these, at the American kit< !u-iis tor ti.e h>>t soup and bread 111 «t t 1111-:i 11 life to them, tn the winters since the A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 December 1920

1 Bader's Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 REGULAR RATES DAILY AND SUNDAY DAILY ONLY MBMarii'- $8.00 BARGAIN OFFER DAILY AND SUNDAY Umi DAILY ONLY 1 $6.40 PAYS FOR ONE YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE " THE QUALITY NEWSPAPER " Bargain Offer Not Good After December 31, 1920. EVERY DAY FEATURES ADDITIONAL SUNDAY Associated Press Reports Oil Section Market Page Sport Section Woman's Page State News Goldberg's Cartoons Editorials A Serial Story Abe Martin Luke McLuke Buskneti's Cartoons. FEATURES Comic Section Automobile News News of the Movies Music Page Social News A fascinating Detective Story now appearing. And the beautiful eight-page Photogravure Supplement on Sunday is the most mag- nificent picture section of the Southwest - ■lU-'"- l'r< r , Even tho the second-class postage rate was again increas- ed July 1st, white paper costs more than last year, an^ freight rates doubled, we are making a bargain offer. Fort Worth subscribers are paying $1.00 per month, $12.00 per year, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

II £> THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 13. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR NO FORFEIT OF SCHOOL LANDS FOR NON-PAYMENT P ink JD BABGAI MS Miss M. F. Blair, county clerk, has received notice from J. T. Robinson, commissioner of the general land office at Austin, that, owing to the fact that there is a money stringency and that it is utterly impossible for many peo- P*|)wning state lands to get the momy with which to pay the in- terest, his office is not going to forfeit and place on the market land advertised to be forfeited and placed on the market Jan. 1st, even if the interest on it is not paid. Commissioner Robinson does not know when forfeitures will be declared but people will be given ample time before that event to get their payments to Austin. BURGLAR ALARM IN BANK CLANGS; THIEVES DEAF L ■■■■ Scranton, Pa., Dec. 27.—New currency displayed on two Christ- mas trees in windows of the First National Bank at the mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

''The Southwest National Bank of Cana-| i and extends to everyone in Canadian and surrounding country an invitation to come in and pay us a visit and look over our Modern'Banking Equipment. We are very glad indeed to be able to show you the best equipped and most modern bank in the Western Country. We have spared no money to make this a SAFE BANK in every way. Equipped as it is with REINFORCED STEEL VAULTS AND TRIPLE STEEL DOORS, the Outer Doors to the vaults being air-tight by means of wheel compres- sion and the inside safe being a Manganese Steel with Screw Door and absolutely Burglar-Proof, and our Safe Deposit Boxes of Heavy Steel with double locks contained in a heavy steel frame, making them a safe place to put your valuables. Complete with the above equipment is a Capital and Sur- plus of $125,000.00 and a net worth of its stockholders amounting to over Four Million Dollars, thus assuring our customers a guarantee of protection that smaller banks cannot give. We want your bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

U.i? I fe: The 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- aadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, December 30, 1920 OUR WISH FOR YOU With a deep appreciation of your patronage during the past year, with an acknowledgement of your charity whenever we have failed to measure up, and more than all, a keen pleasui-e in your friendship, we close the books on our year's business and breathe a prayer of gladness that the year 1920 has been spent in Ca- nadian. The past year has been a pleasant one for us, spent among people who are the salt of the earth, and we would not undo it or change it in any way if we could. Our subscribers have been very loyal to us, and we cherish their courtesies and patronage. -Our wish for you is that 1921 will be a year of gladness and prosperity and that the favor of the gods will hover over you and award you a ful...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

i PERSONAL AND LOCAL "Hearts are Trumps. This is invoice week with the merchants, and business is rather quiet. PERSONAL AND LOCAL "Hearts are Trumps." Mrs. J. P. Zolezzi left Monday night to visit in Wichita and Sa_ lina, Kansas. PERSONAL AND LOCAL "Hearts are Trumps." I). L. Thornbury and J. P. Zo 'e:«i went to Amarilto on busi- ness Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Haynes is spending Mrs, Patton of iffj^ford is vis- Sam McAdams is laid up with a holidays with her parents in i'ing at the home of Mrs. Jep ! severe sprain this weok. Too Elk City, Okla. "Hearts are Trumps." Todd this wee! 7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaughn are back from a holiday visit to Mrs. Vaughn's parents at Mill Creek, Okla. Mrs. Ruby MacGregor of Tulsa, Okla., spent Christmas in Cana- dian with her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. W. D. Rathjen. much Christmas hunting. Chas. Owens of Gageby has taken a position with the Canadi- an Hardware and Furniture Com- pany. J. H. Parsell is moving to Bluff City, Kansas, where he has enter- ed the hardw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

its "Before and After*' in the Near East \ Wk 5^4 : % 'C<g ->X- "'4 r /' '■ ■ ^ s ': : \ . \ % m fc;- "BEFORE." "AFTER." Louise Du Pre The Fastest American Destroyers. All American records for speed were broken by the torpedo boat destroyer Satterlee during her standardization firing over the measured mile of Roett- land. Me., when she made a mile at the rate of 38.26 knots. The best pre- vious record of 37.04 knots was held by the American destroyers Dent and Wlckes. The boat also established a new record In her class for horsepow- eiv developing a maximum of 31,223. The Satterlee, which has been In com- mission six months, was built by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock company.—Scientific American. Confidence. What can defeat a strong man who believes In himself and cannot be rid- iculed, talked down, or written down? Self-reliance Is the best capital In the world. Self-depreciation Is a crime. If others can do such wonderful things, why can't I? He can who thinks h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

USS AND THE INK ntui a pure while coat and was very proud of her tine so proud that her friend Toby cancel her vain One davi when everybody was niii upstairs and be^an to look out for i nice soft j)luce to take a nap. &l>e .fleeted the sofa In the library, g'fts just about to jump up on It wfteu something on the 1)1*? desk at- twoted her attention. Some one had wyr/t/i/f/wcft ca/££X> r/M/y K£-xrj?oo< 1 ,1 tfl " *, i r ♦'■rf/SnW A t s' * 'n^y' mit leii a jilatc there and I'uss thought there might be something to eat on it. But the plate was empty, and Fuss wits about to Jump down when she suddenly cnughf sight of herself In a mirror standing on the desk. I'uss stood up and stretched herself. She turned her head to one side and then the other, while she admired her pretty self. "My tni! is much longer than the Pussy's fiext door." ahe thought, swing- OVER THE CLOUDS There Majesty of Aerial Perspec- ^ tive Can Be Realized. Writer Describes His Observations on j an Airplane...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 December 1920

SSS . 4 fa?" I: . strvic t QUALITY * ACCURACY *sJm/c 2J ^ /launaci/ I fVH£RE QUALITY COUNTS J [ phone ti Canadian,Texas. To W8 • Whose friendly support and pat- ronage during the past year have contributed so greatly to our suc- cess, we extend our cordial and appreciative thaiiks. We take this opportunity to express the hope that the New Year will bring much happiness and prosperity to you, and that we may be permitted to serve you in the future as in the past. W. C. BARBER &H GEM, TEXAS • *•****• WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS • ! « ********** « PLEASANT VALLEY Miss Alice Poteet left last Fri- day for Glazier to spend the Christmas holidays with home folks. beetle visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Baiter from Fri- day until Monday. Hurvel Lowrie of Wheeler spent Christmas week in our midst. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ericksoq and their daughter, Irene, of Zy- bach, Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hen- nington and Hurvel Lowrie ate Christmas dinner at Mr. John- son's. Mrs. J. H. Steen visit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

THE CANADIAN RECORD d£ volume 28, number 14. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEX AS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR thinks panhandle will gain one representative i^Tid " I'he Thirty-Seventh Legisla- ture which convenes at Austin January 11th will have the finest '■i portunity ever presented any previous legislature to do some constructive legislation," de-f ,A'e Satterwhite of Panhan- representative of the One ldred and Twenty-Fifth Repre- sentative District, who was regis- tered at the Amarillo Hotel Sun- '';. en route to Austin to assume his duties in the law-making body. Mr. Satterwhite expressed him- self as very hopeful of the passing of many effective measures and the Panhandle section of Texas will probably be materially affect- ed in some instances, he believes. "Among the most important matters to confront the legislative body is that of re-districting the state. It can be said with a degree cf certainty," said the Panhandle representative, "that the stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

Wm: BKw- fe;-', '■ tsk/ WSMvt ~'. ■ 111 ? - ;* ■ iL* ^ E m BOOKER'S NEW HIGHWAYS Just as we go to press we receive word that the highway inspector of the Tib Auto Company will be here by the 20th to inspect the B-Line and C-B-L highways. Several miles of the road are in good condition and Liberal is doing her part and Beaver and Forgan are getting in readiness to do some fine work by the time the inspector reaches them. Booker business men have taken days with trucks and worked the roads from Canadian to Booker and some of our good farmers are working the road to Beaver from Booker. The B-Line is in fine shape with the exception of the road from Booker to Follett, and it is to b.* hoped that the business men of Darrouzett and Follett will ar- range to have this road in passable shape before the inspector reaches uc. Otherwise he will in all proba- bility designate the southern route as was intended in the first place. Now, let's get this road in shape. Let us follow the fine example...

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