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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

PROFITABLE TO MARKET GRAIN SORGHUM ON HOOF College Station, Texas, Jan. 3.— Many railroad points in the grain sorghum belt of West and Northwest Texas are congested with a surplus of milo, kafir and Jjfterita heads awaiting a market. Texas experiment station re- cently bought a car of threshed niilo grain at $18 a ton f.o.b. load- ing point. The freight to College Station was $6.50 a ton, making the grain cost $24.50 a ton delivered at the college, tho quotations from dealers ranged as high as $40 per ton, indicating that users of grain sorghum outside the producing belt may not be able to get the product at an attractive figure and therefore are not buying their normal supplies. It would seem that the regular channels of distribution are in such a state as to stifle the demand to an extent that the producer I Bring Me Your Hlppdih, Eggs and Poultry ' I will buy Cream, Eggs, and Poultry, and pay the highest price. Cream tested right here. Bring Cream Tuesdays and Fridays. Have broil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

1 ill 1® p5 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 postoflice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, January 6, 1921 A Wichita Falls citizen is delir- iously happy and extremely sad at the same time. Midas with a moun- tain of gold that he could neither eat nor carry on his back hud no- thing on our Wichita Falls friend. He fell heir to three hundred bar rels of high grade whiskey. I hin!; of such a calamity! He refuses to pour it into the gutter and he can't possibly drink all of it. He warts t( ship it or give it away. As this .ia in Wichita Falls, this man is un- doubtedly the most popular man in that part of Texas. Sometimes stores fall into the habit of sweeping trash out into the gutters, and the practice is the cause of refuse accumulating. It requires constant vigilance of the officials to prevent the stores from getting into the h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL % # i * i 4 . Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Chance Grocery Company. at George Jennings was home from the University for the holidays. Opal Corn, per case $3.25, Chance Grocery Company. at G. W. Lemons has been sick thifj week at the Bussell residence. Chance Grocery Company have a good No. '1 Tomato at $2.75 per case. You will never find anything but fresh goods at Chance Grocery Company. •C. L. Hasie, highway engineer cf Amarillo, was in Canadian Mon- day on business. ! Wm, C. Guier, a nephew of H. H. Marks, visited several days last week in Canadian. Mr. Guier is a, mechanic in the employ of the Laird Airplane Company of Wichi- ta, Kansas. If it should prove to be wrong we gladly make it right at Chance Grocery Company. | C. L. Baskett is down from Per- ryton for several days assisting in Miller's Jewelry Shop. C. W. Froelich writes from Den- ver, Colo., to forward the Record to him at that place. Miss Toy Carver was home from ...

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

: I; r i' kip fep mi;, HW: ■■■. m: l w"\' r I, I: i||; II Ills . ■ •: ;■: i'0<>: KING OF GREECE FANCIES RACERS { •* IBCBBItjEB The photograph .shows King Alexander of tireece n. his newly purchased racing car, which he recently obtained ori a visit to ilie factory at Turin, Italy The king Is an ardent and accomplished motorist with a leaning toward raciUK cars. WHEN VACUUM TANK FIZZLES THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN; '"jgglpwr Teaching Ffret Aid Every person mentally ana pnystca«- tf able to do' ao should take the Amerl- «u Red Groaa Instruction to First Aid Treatment. It's a life-saver and a jain-aaver on the (arm, to the factory, m the street, at the office, In the %ome, wherever accidents may occur. Here's a young wife who Inexpertly wielded a can-opener and received an Wfty gash across her wrist from the Jagged can lid. Mother was there, tewever, with the First Aid kit snd Jf*d Cross Instruction, and probably prevented a case of blood poison by giving prompt and proper treatmen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

} V# ii Wtk WACON LOADS OF NEED LIKE THIS IN POLAND are si commonplace FlKl i i>M hmiUivHs inn its in (CurOpe. Mure 111:111 1,368,1.10!) I'olisli children rci'i'ivi'ii lir ' .■ 11M'i'ii an infills i'very ilii.v ilurinu tin- lii-iLTh! u: last winler. This \> in'.ci' hiii' si11::ivilifi will lihtl.oubiikll.v lie worse, as it will be in Austria and «>i !.«•: mil ii.11 - li'l'l t'l iiMiiiiiii-aily dazed h.v win To prevent tin1 greatest tragedy t: i children (Ii:.I 11 ic* n: Id has ever known e i v 11' groat American orgn in/at Ions, i'"iii*! tin- i. mie .if die ICui'ijpiiiiij Itelief Council; hre seeking $3.'i,lXXi,00() (or 1. and n.i ..ii al asM.-lisiuv. Kingtehchen an Ancient City. Klngfehehen Is one of the four larg- est towns of China. Technically it Is not a city. It is a town, because It has no wall. In reality it is a busy industrial city, with a population of 300,000. Two-thirds of the people are directly engaged in the manufacture and sale of porcelain and pottery. His...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 January 1921

1 ip 6* f i I' I c V':[ •- i Affording Service that Makes Fr^^p Our endeavor during this year shall be to continue, as al- ways before, our Drug Store Service that meets your every requirement and makes for us a friend of every customer. We take a pride in Pure Drugs and Prescriptions Carefully Filled, and we take a pleasure in prompt service. Let us continue to serve you better. PHONE II Canadian,Texas. • ••••••• WITH OUR RURAL Bajpltn THE HEAVIEST TIN DISH PAN MADE Anti-rust, charcoal plate, Lisk Ware, 14 and 17 quart, sells regularly for $2.00 and $2.50. Will sell these pans Monday OnMj|l at less than we can buy them for today. CHOICE ONLY $1.39 CANADIAN HARDWARE ANP FUR- NITURE" COMPANY FREE All clothes called for and delivered without extra charge when cleaned and pressed by HBH PHONE 80 —the new Tailoring Parlors opened in the Reed Barber Shop by LOUIS KINDEL AND HAL BUCKNER Great Bargain in Canadian Residence Property We have on the market at this time at a great bargain pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

■Hi (if m M ('ANA til AN BMX>RD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 15. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR BANQUET SPEAKERS THRILL WITH CHEER AND OPTIMISM The annual banquet of the Ca- nadian Chamber of Commerce held at the Hotel Moody last Friday night was attended by about sev- enty members of the organization their lady guests, making an Jmblage around the banquet ta- bles of almost one hundred fifty. The event was fully commensurate' with the importance of the occa- sion and was highly enjoyed by all. The invocation was given by the Rev. E. D. Morgan, and a splendid dinner of four courses was served- by Mrs. Barclay. After the dinner President J. W. Sanders called for the report of the membership committee, and they reported that twenty-four new members had been added to the rolls of the organization in the last ten days. I The annual election of officers resulted in the re-election of J. W. Sanders as president; C. A. Studer vice presiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

tjf tm I Hi ram is i ■ Br MHPSW m \ ■ ip ' mm: Doctors Come From Czecho-Slovakia i mi i p ! I- f I I • J! 114# if lip I ; i&i' ■ ■ MB-; |fpf! - «. i mm Wim . fmw® spmblles as nhown, so the rounded ends are neparnted about 1-32 Inch, possibly a trifle inure. This will have to be determined by experiment after the Intenstfler Is put in operation. Between the two underneath nuts and the fiber la placed a stiff brass atrip with a slot in one end. The slotted end projects beyond the fiber far enough so It can be attached to the spark-plug. Find Cylinder Not Working. The* connection of the Jntenslfier with the spark-plug is shown: By ar- ranging each section so the11 opening faces the side on which the hood la usually lifted, the driver c«a always watch the spark Jumping across the gap and can thus determine instantly any cylinder that is not firing prop- erly.—Popular Science Monthly. These seven prominent physician* from Czecho slovakia, arc making a 'tour of the United States, unde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

PERRYTON REBEKAH LODGE INSTlf LITE!) TUESDAY NIGHT Tuesday night W. C. Teague, district deputy Grand Master, as- sisted by Mrs. Rountree, Noble Grand, and Past Grands Mrs. O. C. jC^wan, Geo. Galloway, and L. P. troomis, all of Canadian Rebekah, Lodge No. 124, and Mrs. O. M. An- derson, special deputy for the As- sembly President, instituted in Perryton a Rebekah Lodge, under the name of Perryton Rebekah Lodge No. 77. The officers named as special representatives of the Grand As- sembly held a special session of the Gran^ Assembly and initiated thirty-four members in the Rebek- ah degree. The lodge was then instituted by, Mr. Teague, and the newly elected ters installed in office, he Canadian party was enter- ed at the 0. C. Cowan ranch home Tuesday evening with a splendid supper. neighborhoods. Labor has full oc- cupation and the communities are prosperous. The one-time liquor plants are making food. Six sepa- rate enterprises, or six enterpris- es operating under different names no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

f I ! ife ) 1 I 1$ I \ M II. J m t fe i Ji s.r / Is The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas It. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year 12.00 Entered at the postoffke at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, January 13, 1921 Geo. Davison, representative cf Ellis County in the Oklahoma legislature, drove to the capital in a nairplane to answer at roll call on the convening of the legisla- ture. "Weegie" says we will strike oil ir. 1922.—Higgins News. And if you do, we serve notice right now that we will have the first call on that ouija board to set over a few oil interests of our own. Notice has been issued to the public of Kansas City that if you expect to be out after dark you had better carry some change along for highwaymen. A laborer was held up in the streets of that city one night last week and could produce only 78 cents. "You're a cheap guy," said the gunman, "take off your clothes." And the labo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL 4 , % # !># n ice largain jin Ca- ts, hot bath below land. lean be pommo- rooms. PS * 4 Girl Scouts benefit at the Pas- Girl Scouts benefit at the Pas- time Friday. Last episode of "The Lost City" at the Pastime Tuesday. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables at Chance Grocery Company. You will never find anything but fresh goods at Chance Grocery Company. M iss Mabel Wilmoth of Mendota visited her sister, Miss Bessie Wil- moth, in Canadian Saturday. time Friday. Last episode of "The Lost City" at the Pastime Tuesday. Opal Corn, per case $3.25, at Chance Grocery Company. If it should prove to be wrong we gladly make it right at Chance Grocery Company. You will find Old Master, San Marto, White House, and Folger's Coffee at Chance Grocery Compa- ny, E. F. Catterton has accepted a clerical position with the Cana- dian Hardware and Furniture Company. During the next two weeks we will sell all accessories and cas- ings we have in stock at a big re- duction. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

GUYMON WELCOMES THE IM%D REPRESENTATIVES I Secretary W. A. Palmer of the DaUas-Canadian-Denver highway accompanied by Judge W. D. Fish- er, Geo. B. Owens, and Chas. Tubb, business men of Canadian, Texas, arrived in Guymon Tuesday eve- ning. Their coming had been pro- fusely announced, and a gathering ef the members of the Guymoq Good Roads Club was called at the court house that night and was tiMl attended.-The object of Sec7 rotary Palmer's visit was to dis- cover just how much work and im- provement could be expected on the course of the highway thru Texas County before tourist travel' would get under way next June- He brot a splendid report of the vast amount of work that has been and is being accomplished on this great highway and also brot to the| attention of the meeting that one ef the very worst stretches of road on the highway between Galves- ton, Texas, and Boulder, Colo., was the stretch of twelve miles west ef the Beaver County line in Texas County. There were many good ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

>:tp. ; -m 403,468.07 741.41) Charter No. 6826 Reserve District 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Canadian, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on Decem- ber 29, 1920. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (except those shown in b and c) $451,863.46 Deduct: Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve Bank (other than bank accept- ances sold) (see item 54a) 48,395.39 Overdrafts, unsecured U. S. Government Securities Owne d: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds par value) 25,000.00 Pledged as collateral for state or other deposits, or bills payable 10,000.00 Owned and unpledged 1,716.18 Total U. S. Government securities __ 36,716.18 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not in- , eluding stocks), owned and unpledged 16,300.50 16,300.50 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription 3,600.00 Value of banking house owned and unin- cumbered 13,662.04 13,662.04 Furniture and fixtures 5,188.20 Reaf estate owned other t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 January 1921

i. Wghf Charge the Valet A Soatb Wales miner charged with tfappinc blnb «u found to be wmi>> tag three coats. Aa this might hare Seen due to en oversight on the part ®ff his ralet It was not Included In the charge.—Punch, London. Homemade Ink. Ralph Waldo Emerson oaed to make his own Ink. Here Is bla favorite recipe: Poor a scant cupful of boll* tog water over one package of slate- colored dye. When It Is cool add on* tablespoonful of vinegar. m 11 i \ Any PrescripiM VMien you have a prescription or receipt to be filled we can always compound it, no matter by whom written or upon wftat blank it may be written. Our prescription department is equipped for service of the highest class, and both our equipment and our methods ha ye won the approval of the best physicians of this local- «Mr- Let us do your prescription work. EiaKfes Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 —— ! i i 3 ! fl V Bring Me Your Cream, Eggs and Poultry I will buy Cream, Eggs, and Poultry, and pay the highes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

I THE CANADIAN RECORD y VOLUME 28, NUMBER Hi. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR FIRE TUESDAY MORNING DESTROYS NIMS GARAGE The most disastrous fire Cana- dian has experienced in recent years broke out Tuesday morninn at J 1.15 o'clock in the garage ot Aims Motor Company, and in an hour the handsome brick building was in ruins. The fire department r sponded immediately to the fire ^yni and in a short time had ' i.-, ee streams of water playing on the conflagration, but the fire did ) 'it stop until the roof fell in. 1 he Nims Motor Compasy, deal- ers in Dodge Brothers motor cars,, occupied the building, and had twenty-three new Dodge automo- biles on the floor, and succeed- ed in getting eight of them out thru one of the show windows in the front. The others were burned beyond recognition. Other car los- ers were W. D. Fisher, a Jones Six; A. 0. Buckner, a Chevrolet Grand; Jno. Jamison, a Dodge, and two transient cars. N. Abaham ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

gg i i ■ ir- r si DIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY FROM INHALATION OF GAS News reached McLean Thursday morning last week that Fred Pas- chall, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paschall of this city, was dead iro an Oklahoma City hotel from the effects of inhaling fumes from 9 gas heater left burning in his room. The supposition is that Mr. Pas- chall left the gas burning in his room when he retired, and as the gas was turned off for the night In all parts of the city, the pres- sure became stronger until thq heater was not able to consume all that escaped, filling the tightly closed room with partly burned gas and causing asphyxiation. Sq thoroly convinced were the police that his death was accidental, no coroner's inquest was held. Mr. Paschall was on his waj| from Yale, Okla., to Chandler, Okla., to which place he intended to move with his family, and was spending the night in Oklahoma City when he met his death.— McLean News. REBUILDING IN WHEELER The building being erected bjf J. A. Lott on the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

■ *. «yy-"■* H8 $ * An Opportunity Worth While See below Our Great Offerings tif /V;1;- ! Seasonable Merchandise at Greatly Reduced Prills ' ; I Team Harness ONE SET TEAM HARNESS, full brass trimmed; brass ball bolt hames. Complete with heavy breeching, bridles and lines. $125.00 value for.-$100.00 ONE SET HEAVY TEAM HARNESS, steel bolt with nickle balls, heavy 2 inch sewed trace, heavy breeching, bridles and lines. $110.00 value for_$83.00 ONE SET TEAM HARNESS with Concord hames; 1% inch trace; heavy breeching, bridles and lines. $90.00 value for $68.50 ONE SET TEAM HARNESS, wood hames; iy2 inch trace, complete with breeching, lines and bridles. $85.00 value for $60.00 Lediher Horse Collars $12.00 value for $8.50 $5.00 value for $3.75 $8.50 value for $5.00 COLLAR PADS 75c House Furnishings PLAIN WHITE CUPS AND SAUCERS, per set $1.50 SIMMONS IRON BEDS, with large posts $15.00 SIMMONS IRON BEDS, with small poets $13.50 FULL 45 lb. ALL COTTON MATTRESS $13.50 value (only a few left) fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

m. ; . Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, January 20, 1 92 1 The commissioners court last week voted to make the annual ap- propriation for the support of the Panhandle - Plains Chamber of Commerce. H. E. Bear, the popular Kansas City Paper House salesman, of Ok- lahoma City, was in Canadian Monday selling paper and telling the Record editor about the New Year's resolutions which he has not broken yet. There are 40,000,000 gallons of booze in the United States. One year ago there were 65,000,000 gal- lons. At the rate it is disappear- ing Sahara will have nothing on the United States when January, 11*23 rolls around. Your attention is called to the report of the Grand Jury, as pub- lished in this paper. There are severail items of interest in the re- port, and one special one is in re- gard to speeding on the streets The court has expressed itself in no uncertain terms about this practice, and some speeders are liable to have to pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL E. W. Wakefield writes for the Record to be sent to him at Selma, California. Mrs. John Jones was called to Kansas Monday by a message stating that her mother was quite sick. N. P. Willis returned home the latter part of last week from a pro- fessional trip to Austin. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mothers Meeting at the W. G. T. II. building Wednesday, Jan. 26th. Everybody cordially invited. The Security Benefit Association of Canadian holds an entertain- ment tonight for the benefit of the ocal lodge. The Record printed dodgers Monday for "The Clodhopper," a home-talent play that will be given at the Poteet Theatre at Glazier Saturday night. A. Q. Hennington writes to the Record from Siloam Springs, Ark., to forward his paper to him at that place, as he has moved there from Elk City, Oklahoma. Mrs. Alice Tubb writes from Chicago that she is enjoying the winter there, and that the weather has been exceedingly mild for Chi« cago. Mrs. Thos. Hawk of Durham, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

11 |a mm w '' B I?! i IS I m i & IflltSS JfjltSI SMBi W*7:V want rOTIIM n! CLOSING OUT MOODY LOTS. " ^vt-umn geeme at once to get a choice lo- For Sale, Rentals, Etc Bates: One cent a word for one Iibu«; two cento a word for three iftsoes. No ads for less than 25c for first issue. GOOD HORSE COLLAR FOUND Ownr call for same at Record of- fice and pay for this notice. 15 JOB WANTED by high school boy. Phone 69. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Call Nowels at Record office. BUICK FOUR for sale or trade, la first class shape. Wi'l take teair of mules or horses, balance in cat- tle. O. R. McMordie. 16tf FORD FOR SALE. Set Chas. H. Tipps. 16tf FOR SALE—Pure bred Single Comb Rhode Island Red Roosters, $1.25 each. Address L. L. Dent, Gageby, Texas, or call at my place sear Gageby store. 18p MY FARM FOR LEASE for 1921. Nine miles south of Canadian. Has complete set of improvements. S. E. Allison, Canadian, Texas. WANTED—Position on ranch as cook. Call at Main Cafe for Mrs. Floyd. 16p FOR SALE—Th...

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