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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

'"w. SCHOOL DAYS Oil tfl« TWll ««ourf& iUfi iv yv* , Soft StK>V Vt (tt ,$aiMi*ng "hi* own. fallows cor YaiGHl Dcuklys hvemng §|>birv LilfCie /AAKf GRAHAM BONNER 1 CBCnuav n WBTMN mUlKI UNION j SANl|||i§ DAY. It was early Christmas morning and Santa Glaus was on his way home. He hail had a busier Christmas' time than ever. 1-le had visited the shops and had taken some of the toys lie had lent to them to decorate their windows and counters with. And lie had been to every home where there was a child. The reindeer weren't hurrying so fast now. Santa was talking half to them and half to himself. "Oh, my beauties," he saiol. "what a time it was. And never, never have 1 seen so many and such beautiful chil- dren. The reindeer looked at each other and sm iled, for Santa Ola us h i said that very same thing every single year thut they could remember, and they remembered a good many years. "Yes." Santa continued, "they were beautiful. There were girls with gold- en hair and girls w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 January 1921

BajgBw' K!;: !'■ * HI ■to mm «& (f V *f I I; |* ■h "wta Any Prescription When you have a prescription or receipt to be filled we can always compound it, no matter by whom written or upon wfiat blank it may be written. Our prescription department is equipped for service of the highest class, and both our equipment and our methods have won the approval of the best physicians of this local- ity. Let us do your prescription work. Baders Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 Bring Me Mh Cream, 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 broilers for sale. CARLOAD COLORADO POTATOES, CABBAGE, AND ONIONS CALL AT ICE PLANT A. DAWSON, at Studer's Ice Plant *••••••• WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS •<• * * **•**• * * TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS All our rural correspondents who do not have stamped and self- addressed envelopes and corres- pondence paper will please notify this office or call an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

V . / +'■ m ."j1;.' -jr-. ■*> /. TC rs<#i* ;'Y; £>** ;•' •' f*«' r THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 17. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR PAT NEFF ABOLISHES THE STATE BOARD OF PARDONS ^ (* Austin, Pan. 26. Saturday abolished the state board of pardons and requested the mem- burs of the board, Fritz R. Smith •and William Knight, to tender their resignations and notify their l^cflice force that its services are no longer needed and to deliver all records to the governor's office/ Nfcff said that the law provides that the governor may appoint a board of pardons and he has de- cided not to make such appoint- ments. "Too freely granting of pardons weakens the law and makes its en- forcement a farce" Governor Neff wrote to the pardons board. He also declared that for the past six years pardons have beer) granted at the rate of more than three a day. He admitted that the law vesting in the governor the pardoning power is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

3,; >■ ■«, I tea? IP-" am. ■iii I' i'Vi I «SsSl £§l|^ CANADIAN CATTLE ARE WINTERING SPLENDIDLY Will Johnson, banker and cat- tleman of Canadian, was a visitor to Amarillo Monday. Commenting on conditions he said: "Cattle are Wintering better than I have ever seen them. There is about 80 per cent of the cattle in our country that there usually is. A three-inch rtin fell over that portion of the Panhandle Saturday and Sunday and every bit of it went right into the ground, as it fell gradually This rain will be of inestimable good to everybody. Falling as it did, and the weather clearing up right away, cattle did not suffer Any from it and a splendid season was put into the ground. There is not a great deal of wheat raised in our country, but what there is looks fine."—Amarillo News. j bugs. In. 1920 the loss to Missouri farmers was $10,000,000 from this , source alone. Mr. Ramsey advises that all waste vegetation along fence rows, etc., where bugs are now in com- fortable quarters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

m ■m W& EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM SECURITY BENEFIT MEETING ' ON THE HILL AT MIDNIGHT * * is* i ' What will a Nation Exchange for its Soul?" Duet: Lucile and Naomi Owens. Announcement of lesson and scripture. Lesson: Hosea 4: 1-10: Everett Willis. w Drill: Little Visitors from Ja- pan. Closed Door Policy of Japan: Hilliard Terry. Some Things about Japan: Lu- cile Owens. Report of the World Sunday School Convention held at Tokyo: Mrs. Neva Davidson. Progress of Missionary Educa- tion in Japan: Joe Self. Our Japanese Friends. Hymns by either one or two girls: "I Can Hear My Savior Calling" "I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go." Benediction. After the regular meeting of the Security Benellt Association which was held January 20th, the members and visitors were enter- tained with a short program oi{ songs, and violin and piano mu- sic, followed by refreshments. Dominoes and other games wero played and all had an enjoyable time. There were about sixty-five present. Lewis Markham and Miss Bel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

^<n.v.-«p «• **.. *• r <* ".'• ■■■ v> • ■ IIS 8sa&= pis ii lag JBum By Sit The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year' $2.00 iSntered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, January 2 7, 1921 Judge Florence Allen, the first woman judge of Ohio, presided over her first murder trial last week. A mon was tried for second degree murder, and Judge Allen sent him to prison for life. He pleaded self-defense. There were three women on the jury. It might help a little in Texas to have some v/omen judges and juries. The Register of Lamar, Colo., reports the appearance in that city of an old-time western hunter en route to Chicago with a live cinna- mon bear which he had captured in Old Mexico. The hunter was taking his capture thru to Chicago in a Ford. A trip like that with such a companion is what might be termed modern sport. w — The last th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

W«*S8s^ J ~ PERSONAL AND LOCAL See "The Miracle Man" Tues- day and Wednesday. W. A. Dean is recovering from a severe case ol' lagrippe. Our first shipment of Queen Quality Spring Shoes has arrived". E\erybody's. PERSONAL AND LOCAL See "The Miracle Man" Tues- day and Wednesday. Mrs. Delia Cann Young of Roger Mills County, Okla., visited at the W. W. Owens home in Canadian; this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL We will be pleased to show you the new arrivals in Queen Quality Shoes at Everybody's, F. H. Rathjen is spending a few weeks in Mineral Wells taking the baths and drinking mineral water. Jesse Long went «to La Verne, Okla., Monday to visit relatives and to be with his children for a few days. Henry Teten writes from Wichi- ta that he is now nicely located and that his company is enjoying a good business. Dr. L. V. Dawson went to Plain- If you are looking for a new Ox- view Wednesday on professional ford or Strap Pump look over th() business. Mrs. Dawson accompa- 1 new Queen Quality Sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

f, I'*"' ' ;r\ WANT- COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. Rates: One cent a word for one iaaue; two cents a word for three issues. No ads for less than 25c for first issue. SEWING. Plain and fancy work. Call me at 293. Mrs. Fred Morris. 19c GOOD HORSE COLLAR FOUND Ownr call for same at Record |fj, fice and pay for this notice. 1 o JOB WANTED by high school boy. Phone 69. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Call Nowels at Record office. BUICK FOUR for sale or trade. >Jn first class shape. Will take tean1 of mules or horses, balance in cat- tle. 0. R. McMordie. 16tf FORD FOR SALE. Set Chas. H. Tipps. 16tf FOR SALE—Pure bred Single Comb Rhode Island Red Roosters, fl.25 each. Address L. L. Dent, Gageby, Texas, or call at my place sear Gageby store. 18p FOR SALE—-Thorobred White Leghorn Cockerels, price $2.00. Dressed hogs delivered in Cana- dian. Smith Morehead. Post office Gageby. Telephone. 17p LARGE OFFICE SAFE for sale. Good as new. Contains burglar^ proof chest. Five-combination Yale Usek. Splen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

SOME HEAT IS ESSENTIAL FOR CARBURETOR IN COLD WEATHEH ^ A - PULLEY TOR CELT - B-FAM BLAP.E5 m I © m A-RFXIBIF HOT AIR PIPE B-FIXED AIR INLET C-EJMU5T PIPE v ■ i I Arrangement of Tube Leading Fr ; ^/^Whether you have n starter or not, a motor that is difficult: to get under way is an exasperating proposition— and the arrival of cooler days and the present low grade of gasoline will make any motor difficult of initial op- eration. It is the absence of heat that brings about the hard starting motor, due to the difficulty of volatilizing the low grade of gasoline now on the market Truth Is the fuel is so cold and heavy it will not break up and mix with air even if the suction of. the motor raises a sufficient quantity for ordinary purposes. Most of the cars now built ar fitted with hot air tubes leading from the exhaust pipe to the fixed air inlet of the carburetor, thus ixymitting only hot air to enter, which aids In gasfying the gasoline. This hot air tube will be of no par- ticular a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 January 1921

11 V / Any Prescription When you have a prescription or receipt to be filled we can always compound it, no matter by whom written or upon wtiat blank it may be written. Our prescription department is equipped for service of the higheHt class, and both our equipment and our methodn have won the approval of the best physicians of this local- ity. Let us do your prescription work. Baders Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 Cream, 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 broilers for sale. CARLOAD COLORADO POTATOES, CABBAGE. AND ONIONS CALL AT ICE PLANT A. DAWSON, at Studer's Ice Plant Preserves We have a nice liii^ of RUPERTS JAMS and PRESERVES The variety includes all berries, apricot, peach, pear, plum, and red and black Cherry. : Panhandle MMaiaeiilHiM Company IF YOU NEED A REGISTERED HEREFORD BULL You can buy one right at the of the 1 Red Deer { Breeders Association to be He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

\ 1 f:| Hi i| THE CAJVADIAJV RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 18. C ANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR PEOPLE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF ROOM IN CHURCH The revival meeting at the Meth- odist Church under the direction of Evangelist Huckabee has been progressing with remarkable in- terest and a large attendance. There have been many conversions *w^nd all christian people of the town have been assisting in the services. Sunday night with one other church holding services the Methodist Church was filled to standing room capacity and many people were turned away on ac- count of not being able to get into the building. Bro. Huckabee is a consecrated man of God, a remark- ably strong speaker, a good organ- izer, and his sermons have been commanding attention from the entire city. The services will con- tinue until Sunday night. Bro. Huckabee has been spending the noon hour in speaking to the Santa Fe boys at the shops. FRUIT LIABLE TO BE KILLED S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

II D-C-D HIGHWAY NEWS By the Secretary Manager Between September 1st and De- cember 15th I traveled over the en- tire system of the highway from Boulder, Colo., to Galveston, and to Oklahoma City and Childress. Meetings were held in nearly all the towns with their commercial clubs, business men, and county commissioners, in which the im- provement of the highway was urged. I am pleased to report that the people are greatly interested in the highway nd there is actual improvement going on or con- tracted for in every county on the, entire system. In some counties as much as $8,000 per mile will be spent in improvement. New bridg- •8 are being constructed in many counties. A contract has been let for the permanent marking of the high- way thru the state of Oklahoma. It is impossible to state just now when all of the road will be mark- ed, but it will be done just as soon as possible. All towns in the otheti states are urged to see to it that their sections are marked well be- fore Jun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

ets lay .30 is- on nd eri :u- he r- e. V KEEP YOUR EYES ON GERLACH'S VARIETY STORE d|e at NEW PRICES. 1 WATCH OUR WINDOWS AND VISIT OUR STORE t HE PRETTIEST LADY By MADGE C. WESTON. r. - ?Cv 7T-piB*VXV?<| JfiKSmSmim. < (c ■ I'.) 2 0 Western Newspaper I'nion ) Mc- (iui'don was disl ii rbed by (lie ]it■ r\ i-rsii> <if iiicii in -■ i• rh• i;11. mill her ii son in pa rt reulnr. llere w :i s Mar- cia (I'rayi'c, ilic very woman to mother I'av.-is nniihi'i'li'ss ' -hihiivii. ami lie Mas | hi 11 i 111: aside all her fa i Hi I'll I fit re >f l In m I'm III.- t'a in ;, nl' a frivolous, toopivit\ tri rl I.C\ ei- since Dora -1 i«'< 1, Mar. (Hie ' anil Bill II:- fiiiiii' Jlo la ;a hail made ha rtre. 'I'll el ■ooked for i'il I hem. Mr make a I o the little twins her i-s>ly had --la' sewed iliein, taught and s. i lordon. when she helpful visit, found p 11m111ired . >f her. and I he young Illll>e Won eempletely tile tiler's I'G- ■gartl 1 n 1111 ■ 11 her honiewaid trip, sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

its ' 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- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. i THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1921 MAKING IT ROUGH FOR EM "Repeal the suspended sentence law, abolish the board of pardons, MAKE IT ROUGH for criminals and thereby lessen and finally re- move crime from the earth I''- iron- ically chortles the Amarillo Daily News editorially on the pardon and suspended sentence law, add- ing: "The people of this district are to be congratulated that they are represented by a man who has passed from under the Mosaical regime and acts under the provi- sions of the philosophy of the Naz- arine. The first demanded that an eye for an eye should be the meas- ure of punishment, but the latter declares for justice blended with mercy." The misconception of law which ninety-nine per cent of the people have, and in which the Amarillo News ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

jfS '■"I PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL Henry Taylor of Spearman war S. A. Mc Adams has moved to the in Canadian Saturday. D, L. Fhonibury residence. « 1 Geo. Gerlach made a business trip to Chicago this week. A picture that will .set the whole town talking— see "Penalty" at, the Pastime Saturday 1.15 G.45. and M. W. Uzzell was up from Breck- enridge last week. He reports the Amnions & Uzzell store in that town progressing nicely and that he is well pleased with their bus- iness. t«' " Everybody's Sweetheart " is coming to town. Girls, watch your beaux. Boys, keep an eye on your belles. Olive Thomas in her latest Selznick picture, "Everybody's Sweetheart", will show you why at the Pastime Wednesday. I I •+ For First Class Cleaning and Hat Work Call, phone or write Carter's T ailor Shop CANADIAN. TEXAS PERSONAL AND LOCAL I-ittle Charlotte Alice Tubb is ill this week with scarlet fever. Amarillo high school team will be in Canadian Saturday night for a game. 0. M. Anderson ...

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

NOR FLEET OF HALE COUNTY TOOK LAW UNTO HIMSELF HE A BOOSTER! Do you know there's a lot o' people Settin' 'round in every town, Growlin' like a broody chicken, Knockin' every good thing down?. 'Don't you be that kind o' cattle 'Cause there ain't no use on earth. You just be a booster, rooster, Crow and boost for all you're worth. If things don't just seem to suit you, An' the world seems kinder wrong, What's the matter with a-boostin' Just to help the thing along? 'Cause if things should stop a-goiri' We'd be in a sorry plight. You just keep that horri a-blowin' Boost'er up with all your might. If you see some fellow tryin* For to make some project go, You can boost it up a trifle, That's your cue to let him know That you're not a-goin' to knock it, Just because it ain't your "shout," But you're goin' to boost a little 'Cause he's got "the best thing out." —Selected. —+ CRYSTAL WEDDING Mr. awl Mrs. San ford Whatlejj celebrated their crystal anniver- sary Monday evening with ^ bridge ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

ILL WIND 1 <>|{ >n:. CAT W — OM-. morning Mr. Torn Cut was running through the barnyard when he happened to look on top of the barn, and there sat Mr. Mouse looking down at him. "Oh, dear me, Mr. Mouse," said Mr. Tom, "how you frighten me. You Should not he up so high. Come down, or you may fall and he killed." Mr. Mouse knew full well that Mr. J om was only concerned about him because he was out of Ids reach, so he replied: "I am a belter climber than you. my good fellow. You could not even climb to the top of the barn with safety, while ! can easily reach the top of the weathercock's head and ^JPever be banned." "Well, well, you may tie right," said Tom, knowing tie Could not reach Mr. Mouse, for by the time he reached the m % top of the barn Mr. Mouse would be somewhere else. "I know you are a very litnher fel- low, Mr. Mouse, tint I really do not think you can reach the lop of the weathercock even if you are so spry." "Watch me, then," said Mr. Mouse, who was very proud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 February 1921

I ■*- a* FEDERAL REGULATION FOR j MEAT PACKERS ASSURED Baders Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 i i Cream, 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 broilers for sale. CARLOAD COLORADO* POTATOES, CABBAGE. AND ONIONS CALL AT ICE PLANT A. DAWSON, at Studer's Ice Plant We have a nice line of RUPERT'S JAMS and PRESERVES The variety includes all berries, apricot, peach, pear, plum, and red and black cherry. Panhandle Co-Operative Company Washington, Jan. 31.--By a mar- g• n of thirteen votes, the senate today passed the: Jong-fought bill for federal regulation of meat packers and other agencies of the livestock industry. The vote was 46 to 33, and the legislation, the center of bitter controversy for a decade, now goes tr- the house with its supporters hopeful of final action during the present session of congress. A spe- cial rule to expedite house action is to be sought. All fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

THE CANAD1 AN RECORD ^ 01.1'ME 28, NUMBER 19. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR C. O. JOHNSON SUCCEEDS | THORNBURY AS AGENT D. L. Thornbury checked out as Santa Fe agent at Canadian Tues-i day and C. 0.Johnson was checked in. Mr. Johnson comes from Hig- gins where he has been station agent for several years. Mr. Thorn- /Jfeiry recently resigned his posi- tion with the Santa Fe here to move to Amarillo where he will en-, ter business with his brotherinlaw. They will engage in the wholesale confectionery and cigar business. Mrs. Thornbury and the baby girl ave been in Amarillo for several fl.ys, anticipating that Mr. Thorn biry would soon be relieved here "Did" came from Houston, Texas soma fifteen years ago to start to railroading here as handy man, or r. ther boy, about the Canadian de- pot. He came here in 1907 by re- quest from his old friend, C. C. Miller, the early-day agent here, who himself retired from railroad- ing and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

I FARMERS: STOCKMEN:: Don't fail to attend the shMBMB nS| of the Red Deer Hereford Breeders illlll ftttl I-■ S3^BjyM|HM|||||^^ I §tea$fes 1^ iTii Th:SH^ill be: :47l cows There will kejig nice lot of heifers consigned to this sale by the different breeders. It will pay you to see them. Remember the time and place: TUBB'S GARAGE at 1921- CANADIAN WILL RECEIVE PUBLICITY IN DAILY NEWS The Canadian Chamber of Com- merce has purchased one page in a special edition of the Amarillo Daily News which is to be pub- lished Feb. 20th in connection With the Buyers and Sellers Con- vention. Canadian will also have twc>i pages in the new D-C-D Highway Log Books which will be out about March 1st. THE AMARILLO GAME The Amarillo basketball team played C. H. S. Saturday, winning by a score of 26 to 17. The game Was fast. The boys worked to- ! gether splendidly, and in the last half made their opponents work for their points. A large crowd turned out to cheer Canadian to victory, and they stood behin...

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