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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

* it EARLY PANHANDLE HISTORY (By Henry A. Ansley in the Am- arill'o Daily Panhandle.) E. A. McKennon, judge of the corporation court, came to Texas in the spring of 1887 and settled fct Tascosa, which was in its glo- ry as the leading town of the Pan- handle. There was no Amarillo then. While at Tascosa Judge McKen- non worked in several different stores and read law for a while in the offices of Judge Wallace, one of the first lawyers in the Panhan- dle. He told thia morning the story that is told by old-timers of the perils the first district judge in the Panhandle encountered when he went to Tascosa to hold the fir.'t first court. The story follows: "In the spring of 1886 District .Lidge Willis, together with sever- al lawyers, among them being Temple Houston, son of Sam Houston, and J. N. Browning^ started to Tascosa to open the new court there. They were traveling in a buckboard, and when they reached the river it was bank full. Now, these lawyers were old-tim- ers then and kne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

M « iff I ' The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County. Texan 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 (nail matter. Thursday, February 10, 1921 Nobody can afford to miss at- tending the North Plains annual Hereford classic next Wednesday. Even if you don't know a Here- ford from an Angora goat you will greatly appreciate Hereford beau- ty when you see the handsome blue bloods at this show. Great is the Panhandle In the thirty-two counties com- prising the northwest corner of Texas, and better known as the Panhandle, there are thirty-two newspapers. Recently the McLean News installed a linotype, and the' comment was made that the Pan- handle is almost a solid linotype section. A count of Pens shows that of the thirty-two newspapers, twenty-six of them have linotypes or intertypes. Eighty per cent of the Panhandle's publicity period- icals have modern newspaper pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

PERSONAL AND LOCAL t «.* i it s. have n the sun. Counting f planets loons. AN lT the tIZONA service, gent or ent 3 M. D 1 Bank •0 p. m. ince 72 ER F. Ry. ) p. m. :ment See "Earthbound" Friday and 6.45 p. in. Pastime. PERSONAL AND LOCAL l.'lt See ''Earthbound'' Friday and G.-15 p. m. Pastime. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Sixteen new members were add- ed to the Epworth League enroll- ment Sunday night, giving the League now more than fifty mem hers. .3(i K. S. Humphrey went to Wichita lis Mondav on business. Mrs. j, W. A. .Jackson and Mis- Mattie Merle Tipps uro home from their marketing trip in the east ern style centers. M iss Dorothy Levey of Slaton visited in Canadian Saturday and ; Sunday, the guest of Miss Bessie! Parker, domestic Science instruct oi in the city schools. For First Class Cleaning Pressing and Hat Work Call, phone or write Carter'sTailorShop Phone 9 I CANADIAN, TEXAS The Amarillo high school bas- ketball team won the game here Saturday by a score of 20 to 17| The Canadian b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

J LYNN VANNATTA'S SALE OF HEREFORDS FEB. 24th F 5 t b Elsewhere in this issue will be 'amount to reimburse you for your 1 actual outlay for expense of pro- duction? I Own a few registered Herefords. Ycur profits will be greater, you found an advertisement of J. Lynn 1 will be happier and proud that you Van Natta'* sale of fifty head of are a progressive citizen of your registered Herefords to be held at Amarillo Thursday, Feb. 24th, the feet day of the Buyers and Sellers Convention. , This seems a rare opportunity for farmers and small stockmen to lifegin the breeding of registered Herefords. On account of the fi- nancial stringency the price will nost likely be lower than hereto- fore. With a shortage of two and, a half million beef cattle at the principal markets this last year, which will likely reach four and * half or five million this year, it certainly would seem the time to •tart breeding pure bred Here- fords. Many farmers in the Pan^ handle and Plains country should wn a f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

p i of of )es Hi SCHOOL DAYS wwmmBSt -■ TO nta 4i>«« 1 fafU n !«%«*% •* l l yu 1 a I(<Ihi U . <fiHL yaw m m 4* Couniry cl^pyh iamt Daddy's BHHI FbiiyTafe ^i^ARY GRAHAM BOWER ■ cor «ioi<r «r varan nm'im u*ion ——— CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Tlie presents were mostly under the tree, though some of the smaller ones were on the tree. The tree had been decorated with cranberries, which had been strunir on black thread, a little distance apart from each other so that they looked like red berries on the tree. And there was popcorn on the tree, which had been strung on while thread and which also looked like flakes of snow on the tree if one stood a little way off. It was a very pretty tremand it was prettily decorated. In addition to the popcorn and cranberries theiie were a number of candy canes and candy bas- kets and candy animals, and there were some pretty tinsel and decora- tions. But most of The presents >ver^ down nder the tree with the exception of |«w smaller ones on the t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 February 1921

b ; f> ; t I \ I Mm • 0 000**0**0 0 0 0 • WITH OUR RURAL * « • CORRESPONDENTS * FAT MOUSE'S ESCAPE Mlt. KAT MOUSE—his friends called liini Fatty for short—<le- one day that lie woulil move from tiu; house where he lived in the pantry wall because there were so Biany mice living lo the neighbor- hood. "When ( first came here" said Fatty to himself one day when he was thinking how hard It was for him to keep fat ami round, "there were only five mice living In the wmII, mid now I eannot Count them. It is time for n^e to move, aud I ahull look aliout this very night for a new home." So when all the oilier mice were bn«.v running over the pantry shelves T//ir/w/vrfiy^ £ H...h \ Fatty M*um ran out of the doot^und under the kitchen sink, where he found a hole large enough for him to get through. He jumped into the yard and ran for M long time, and then next, night found Fatty In hlH new home in tin: pantry of a house far away. But Fatty Mouse liad no home In Chronic squeaking in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

t-v-m THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 20. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Crowds Throng Streets and Tax Capacity of Show Ring at Red Dc^r 1921 Hereford Sale I f Hereford day in Canadian was a tiig day. The weather was ideal and the sidewalks were full of people and the streets lined with automobiles. Many visitors came from long distances to attend this sale. Leading Hereford men from £ over the Unted States were here, ar,d the Red Deer Hereford Breed- ers Association is taking a prom- inent place in the Hereford world: The entries for the show and sale this year were declared to b<^ as fine as those shown anywhere, even where Hereford breeding has been followed for many years. Ex- clamations of admiration over the beauties of the White Faces in ^their perfect development were ^'pheard on every hand. Canadian did her best to give the 1921 show a welcome and a royal time. Liberal prize money was do- nated by the busi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

m mskifc,, ft 1 L m tflfitil OFFICERS CAPTURE STILL ON GROOM-JERICHO ROAD At two o'clock last Saturday af- ternoon Sheriff E. S. Graves and Deputies W. B. Saulsbury of Pam- pa and D. N. Massey of McLean together with Sheriff John H Cone of Donley County and hi? deputies swooped down upon a moonshine factory at the Hamlin p?ace between Groom and Jericho just over the line in Donley Coun- ty. The officers arrived just in time to see a load of bundled feed be- ing hauled away by an Indian who gave the name of Smith. Sheriff Graves ordered Smith to return and unload the feed, but was as- sured by the driver that there wafs nothing on the wagon. However, the sheriff had his way and under the feed was found three barrels, two of which contained corn mash and the other filled with "chock" beer. Further search by the officers disclosed a cellar which had been cnly recently destroyed, and a quart bottle of liquor besides p, complete still for the manufacture of corn whiskey. The officers arr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

,<*- • r. ••• - t/. * • « r Gun that Throws Shell Thirty-five Miles $ ♦ NDEHWOOO & usoertwooo Tills new 16-lnch disappearing gun, just finished at th u United Stutes arsenal ut Watnrtown, Mass., weighs 510 tons, and can hurl a shell weighing 2,700 pounds, 35 miles. The bomb-proof shelter is a new feature. MARCONI'S FAMILY Help Yourself. The Australian sense of humor is well developed In private life, but in official circles it Is often shut out by red tape barriers. For Instance, it was most unfortunate that the federal gov ernment, which has caused a storm by raising legislators' salary without reference to taxpayers, should have indorsed the following huge poster on behalf of the second peace loan! "Help the Digger—Help Your Country—Help Yourself." When the humor of this announcement was recognized by press and public, It lost its popularity with the government, which had no wish to be reminded that it hr.d al- ready set a good example in the arf of helping oneself. Beauty ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

1 ir I i ■ lv W 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. Wuxtra! Wuxtra! once again the newspapers have selected Harding's cabinet. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1921 The red poppy of Flanders has been designated as the memorial flower of the American Legion. The congressional redistricting bill before the legislature would place the 48 counties of North- west Texas—the Panhandle prop- er—in the Nineteenth District. This would place ,the boundary of this district along the east line of Hardeman, Foard, Knox, and Haskell Counties, and along the south line of Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Garza, Kent, Stonewall, and Haskell Counties. THE ANTISEPTIC BABY The antiseptic baby and the pro- phylactic pup Were playing in the garden wheij the bunny gamboled up. They looked upon the creature with a loathing undisguised, disinfe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

Si--*1 1 PERSONAL AND LOCAL "Dead men tell no tales." The newest Creations in Spring Millinery at Mitchell's Hat Shop. fat Quality at reasonable prices in Sunshine Coats and Suits at Ev- erybody's. John Dorsejr is erecting a brick building on his lots west of the Panhandle Lumber Company offic- es, the building to be occupied by H. G. Carter's tailor shop. For First Class Cleaning Pressing and Hat Work Call9^B|S or write Phone 351 CANADIAN, TEXAS PERSONAL AND LOCAL "Dead men tell no tales." Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young made a short trip to Slaton last week. Fifth Avenue Styles are shown' in the new S. L. & G. Dresses at Every body's. Were you ever in an airplane in the midst of a terrific thunder- storm? See "Trumpet Island." Don't fail to call at Mitchell's and see the newest Millinery Cre- ations before you buy an Eastei Hat. Wednesday, February 23d, will be Mothers Meeting day at the W. C. T. U. building. Everybody cor- dially invited. What sort of girl would rather jump from an ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

PAPER STILL BOBBING UP AS MATERIAL FOR CLOTHES A man in Philadelphia is dem- onstrating the strength of a new European paper. He is shown sit-1 ting on % .trip of the new paper eioth for suits, which looks like •rdinary sloth. This paper is said to be practically tear proof and to be as durable as cloth. Suits of this cost but a few cents, it is stated. Not only suits, but( shoes, carpets, amts, and even atronj? cord and twine are made of this paper. | Thene ( iper suits have not yet appeared tn the clothing stores of Texas cities; however, it is a good wa&er that not many months will pass before they will be seen on the street. It is a question of how weti the paper material will; atand the long, humid summers of the Texan coast.—Fort Worth Record. EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM "Oud Souls Open to God." Leader: Ruby Ayers. Hymns. Psalm 139; Heb. 4:12-13: Paul- ine Laizure. "The Minuteness of God's Knowledge of the Individual Soul'': Mildred Conatser. The Folly of Trying to Escape God: ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

, I , " „ ,.j I „*>■„ k Feature of the Flower Parade at Miami # e - ~ \ •**// us This beautiful float of the Kotary club jv;as one of the notable ff>at tires of the recent flower iiarade In Miami, Fla. /AARY GJV\HAM BONNER. < tQT !0|ft IT VCSTUM NfWtfli U«K1N ■ . COfTtiOtn IT WOT UN WVtfAfU I XMAS EVE TRIP. "Come on, my fine reindeer," said Santa Claus. "Come on I" But he hardly need have spoken, for the reindeer were jumping this way and that, shaking with excitement and looking at Santa Claus with 'eyes which said Just as plainly ascould be: "We're ready, we're ready, and we're anxious to start." So Santa Claus took along a package of special moss his reindeer love to ent and Jumped into his sleigh. With a Jingling of hells and a snort of de- light from each reindeer they were off. "Ah !" said Santa Claus to himself, "This Is the time of the year for me! How I love the white snow and the peaceful houses, and even where there Isn't any snow I love It, too! And even where t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 February 1921

i I r I ">■■■ 5 ! I i 1%-i I; Resting Place in Armenia / A wuy.sidc resting place nt-nr Alnluh, Armenia, where the traveler may *ek refuge from the burning sun at mid-day. These shaded resting places Mac (hi! principal roads In Annenla. TTieRigltiofWoy wsssa Worth Trying. "I have a novel (ilea for a film play." "What Is It?" "The husband and wife In the plot have no serious marital difficulties." =* Printing /< the Salesman Who Hat the Right of Way Tour aales letter in the United States aaS has the right of way straight to your ■■''mil SES- costomer's desk Strengthen your appeal by using a KoI known quantity — Hammermill — and good printing which will attract your customer's attention, and acQ your goods. TTiat's the kind of printing we do and the paper we use. tttUormPrintedSalesmanahip, A&k m COMPLICATED SIGNALS Complicated systems of hand signals designed for use by mo- torists may be all right in theory. In practice, however, they don't amount to much, as nobody unders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

;s. j -r-a 1 >UME 2S, NUMBER 21. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR om Connell, County Commissioner, Resigns ■m Connell turned in his res-1 it" .'-.l ion to the court last week as (.'"Ui't.v commissioner from pre- c Xo. 1, his physical condition j 1 : such that ho cannot attend} to the duties of the office. Mr. Cor, j % iiicl! has been sick for several 'months, and his many friends have been hoping that he would recover this winter to enter upon his du- ties as commissioner from this precinct. lie was re-elected to the office last fall without oppou.iin The commissioners elected Gro- ver Connell to succeed his father. He filed his bond and it was ap-1 proved, and then he in t irn re- signed the position. Another elec- tion will be made at the nex' r.eeting of the court. .FARMERS AND STOCKMEN Please remember that at the next meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, March 8th, 7 o'clock p. m., the subject of a county or district fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

W. C. T.U. New. The usual W. C. T. U. meeting tni held February 16th. Mrs. Wil- lis led devotionals. This being Frances E. Willard Memorial Day, the following papers were read: "How I Came to Know Frances Willard" by Mrs. John Isaacs. "The Memorial Day Fund" by Mrs. Hoefle. "What is This Fund Used For?" by Mrs. Newman. Little Or- ville Shaller gave a splendid reci- tation: "You are Always Good to Company, But You are Never Good to Me." Music by Anna Is- Mcs and Mrs. McQuiddy was greatly enjoyed by those present. The Frances E. Willard collection •mounting to $2.25 will be sent to State headquarters to be used in buying literature for unions una- ble to pay for same. Boost for a County Fair. We are always delighted to show you the latest Hats and to | fit you with a model that meets your every wish. Call on us for iyour millinery. Mitchell's Hat Shop. VALENTINE PARTY Complimenting Miss Merle Hud-* son of Woodward, the Misses Dor* othy and Charlotte Gerlach enter- tained at Five Hundr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

PPPORTPMTY! m Is ♦ W 1 gO. op r YOUR |To Buy Men's Clothing at Pre-War Prices-and Less, An Opportunity like This hiu Never Before been Presented the People of This Section! Have you, like many oth-i ers, been saying: "I'll wait till Spring" or "I'll wait till prices come down" before buying clothing? It is good reasoning, all right, to watch for the best prices and get the newest styles and fabrics. And the prices are going to be low during One-Half Price our Big :saie. Ni REFUNDS OUR bH PRICE Mil This is a bona fide proposi- tion. All goods in stock— all good, seasonable mer- chandise of the best quali- ty, and including all goods for spring that have arriv- ed and will arrive during the sale are absolutely go- ing at a Reduction of One- Half. All goods marked in plain figures. Figure the saving for yourself. No Goods Will be Charged at Sale Price Starts11 Saturday* February 26th.: Ends1 Saturday, March 19th MEN'S HATS Stetson and Mai lory Iiats for work or dress wear. We have your...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

if?, . 4 The Canadian Record; The mysteriooR Seminole grave Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas: °,,en,n« ^een, foI^ed' saVH thf ' ].Town field Hernia. As a .sequel . o-i • I-i-i , ,, ... , I'h inn e man has been taken to L. P. Loomis, hditor and ublt,he. , ,.t ^ j ^ Published .1. -• Kvenv iMtr^j. , , J C t] t. j Subscript i<>?\ Price, (he year Entered at the postoflieo. a( Oa. aadian. Texas, as second clai mail matter. At Pa a, pa then: ta . been orgajh- j a llu/iness Hen's Sunday fVhoo! with twenty--five charter j ' r.-wi■ ><■;iTie eSub meets each! ANNOUNCEMENTS City Marshal and .Street Com- missioner '• i:. J. Anderson | J. C. KlLLEBBJEWj. ; Re-election) \ f —^ -=?—=4—~ -) I TOAD BECAME PET There was wise old load that livrd for more Uian thirfy-sj-x years in a f . . t A <•"•••! ",0. I;; ■' !,!!: '•*, V,!..'c.k ^olft beueaih ilit /ioj^rsi(<V of a l-'repeji TH1 i I tS I) aVXfE B RI.- A H V" 24, io21\ V * loop^. :\| SJ iar|d.« u ;. Il..w_. ljl (i was whenwirs* I,ev&l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

•jf ^ f ■b... H I ' sS:;-jGaSii .«. (tea. m site*/ iSi Im-x mn fl • ■■ { ;T\ l/' s -¥ i At last! and no panic has resulted, and there will be no panic. 7 lie pc-vr;- er—but they are buying conservatively and with a critical eye to values. We :• values, and so we shall. ft !*• * V 4< ' I y II . ,'c sa,-;! so by their purchasing1 pow- •eaiize it is up to us to give you tlie D usmess is Good And we are trying to make it continue so by offering you from time to time such specials as will keep you not only interested but anxious to purchase from your merchant. ■ *3*£««. J? ?;f! | mf |§ p w 4. M ',Y~ t1 p « ih W': p} M &ku t% <r in ' „ i £'% ^ I-iri.}, %kni i!kv ui'i m 17 0$v u n W V? V>' til-is '■ VSsu#'' Suits & ig.1 .t .o/v. we offer the New Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses, looses in a charming array of Freshness, O 5:i'.if iC p O, 11C to, lntUviw.'aLty, and value that you can't resist. Come ? let us {.how you. 4«*%x m if /O * $ m IS I.H | ^ Wski . tiZfaJsh / ! UCK TOP I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

EVA NOVAK ip??! K :'V £ - Siii? SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT We know of four lawyers who are directors in banks and a news- paper man has recently been named a director in a railroad cor- poration. These matters should be investigated at once by the legis- lature of Texas. Just Like a Public-Spirited Citizen A lady observing a mule owned by a colored boy asked: "What do you call your mule?" "I calls him 'Utility.' " "How did you come to give him such a name?" * "I'se been studyin' de animal and readin' de papers. Dat mule gets mo' blame and abuse dan any- thing else in de city, an' goes' ahead doin' his level best just the same.—Transmitter. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING The following tragic tale is handed to the editor of the Rec- ord this week as an actual occur- rence in the life of a citizen. 'Tis said to be the first time ^nything of the nature ever happened. We do not vouch for the correctness, of the particulars, but we appre- ciate the exclusiveness of the story and the loyalty of the C...

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