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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

FIRM OF PHYSICIANS GAINING PROMINENCE p'he Record is carrying this a professional card for Doc- Dawson and Hunt, physicians |nd surgeons, and also a card for he Canadian Hospital, which is inder the superintendency of Miss Jertrude Ganske, R. N. Doctors Dawson and Hunt have already become prominently known over the Panhandle as skilled surgeons and they promise to make the Canadian Hospital even more.popular than it was un- der the practice of Dr. H. C. Cay- lor, whom they succeeded, and who had built a remarkable practice here. Doctor Lerton V. Dawson was located at Plainview before going to the army, and after the close of the war practiced in Kansas City. His skill as a surgeon calls him to the South Plains on professional trips since he has located at Ca- nadian. Dr. Claude J. Hunt, whom Dr. W. A. PALMER Attorney at Law Practice in All Courts Farm Loans and Real Estate Phone 17. Tubb Building WILL CROW Attorney at Law Real Estate Buy Vendors Lien Notes Farm and Ranch Loans Tubb ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 February 1921

WITH OUR BUJUI. $ #1 a I (5NTS ♦ . * GfeM j "f •/ * ? M •L •i r BEAR'FOLKS: .* If you did not attend the,Red Beer Hereford S sale Wednesday you misled a1 splendid opportunity to see some fine cattle and hogs. Certainly, I was there, and I en- joyed every minute of the day. Mesdames Lindley and Barber were invited to dinner by Mrs. D. Junes. They enjoyed both the din-, r.er and the visit with their old j neighbor.' Mrs. Henry JnlliiGJ i*j wit if Mrs. Jones. .Sheis-h uttering, with erysipelas in her limb, which reminds trie of a little story : "Ma-; ry. in '.speakingof hens always say 'Limbhorns.' 'Leghorns' is vulgar. We had a beautiful snow Friday. The mail came out and went on to , Durham, but did not return. j Miss Carrie McFatter was ill Thursday and Friday,. so her brother Joe w&s teacher, and some of the boys say they believe if he was a "regular" he "would lick someone before two weeks were up. I believe from reports he will make a good teacher if he decides to make teachi...

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

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 22. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.90 THE YEAS J. J. Long Locates Scene of the Buffalo Wallow Indian Fight f % 1 There has been so much said and done lately about finding and per- manently marking the location of tl e Buffalo Wallow battle ground that the story ought to be more or | less familiar to the people of this locality. The place in question is situated in Hemphill County about twenty- two miles south of Canadian be- tween the Washita River and the Gageby Creek. For years since country has been settled up it has been the general opinion of the old timers who have been interested in the place that the fight took place in what is now Chas. Teas'/ pasture. At this place, which is becoming of historical interest, not only lo- cally but over a wide scope of country, William Dixon and Amo^ Chapman, scouts, and four sol- diers were surrounded on Sept. 12, 1874 by a band of Kiowa and Com- n.anche India...

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

SUNDOWN IN NMUEST TENSE MOMENT IN MAN HUNT The sun was .going down. It hat) already begun to cast red beams thru the pines near the flag sta- tion while we waited for my son. Seven men in an automobile ap- peared with sawed-off 'shotguns in their hands. Twenty minutes more and the sun would have been down. I said to my prisoner: "Joe Furey, if those men come any clos- er to me and you, or if my son not back when the last beams of that sun go from sight you die." It reads like the fifth reel of a western motion picture, but it is not. It is one of the chapters of the most thrilling man-hunt ever staged by a Texan. Frank Norfleet was the speaker and he was telling a Times reporter of an event in the chase for the man who robbed him of $45,000, which led over three states and consumed more than a year. This incident Mr. Norfleet told has never appeared in print. Thq telling was mild, in a voice soften- ed by a southern drawl, but one who listened to the steel that came into the tone co...

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

■Uler YOUR IdWIM OPPORTUNITY TO BUY MEN'S CLOTHING AT HALF PRICE iVe hit the nail on the head with the first blow. Our big Half Price Sale is a great success. The goods are moving and we are making many satisfied buyers. It's time you joined.the crowd. You can't afford to wait longer to buy your clothes. It will pay you to buy for a year to come for you will not find this opportunity again soon. BftwJMj &UR 111 ■■I SALE 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 Gtae* Half. All goods -marked1 ixr plain figures. Figure the saving for yourself. Charged at Sale Price (1m| Until Saturday, March You know Amnions & Uzzell. You know the merchandising standards f|f this institution. You can't go wrong by buying in this sale. We have the goods at exactly Half Price. You need them. We need ...

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

PS wM H m l?y": Hemphill County, T L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher PablUhed Every Thursday Entered at the poetoflkse at Ca- nadian. Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MOST WORTHY INSTITUTION The Record would commend to the entire Panhandle and especial* ly to the press of the Panhandle and Plains country, the Panhandle Orphans Home located in Cana- dian. A few months ago the mem- bers of the Church of Christ or- ganization found themselves bur- dened with four children whose mother had died and whose father was unable to take care of them. They and their minister, W. L. Swinney, undertook to place these children in some orphans home, but found that there was no place for them. The institutions down in east and central Texas didn't have any welcome for Panhandle chil-> dren. These good people found that there was a great need for a home in the Panhandle to take; care of just such cases as this which might occur in any or all communities in Northwest Texas. S«; the in...

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

J. C. Studer is in Kansas City on business this week. W. R. Brodie sold his pool tables a few days ago and they were shippec! to Alva, Okla., last week. ———— T. J. Price and his family left overland Wednesday for Emporia, Kansas, where they will make their home. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. John Wright of Higgins spent the week end in Canadian with Mrs. W. C. Ricks. J PERSONAL AND LOCAL Remember the Chamber of Com- merce meeting next Tuesday night. Important business will come be- fore the body. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Yokley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and their children spent the week end at Mendota with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Yokley. m Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cawthort were in Canadian last week visit- ing Mr. Cawthon's sister, Mrs. H. H. Marks. They were on their way home to Hutchinson, Kansas, after a visit in California. F. H. Rathjen returned Sunday from Mineral Wells and reports that he feels much benefitted by his stay there. Remember the Chamber of Com- merce meeting next Tuesday night. Import...

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

. • Charter No, 11722 Reserve District IJo. 11 Report of the condition of the * THE SOUTHWEST NATIONAL BANK at Canadian, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on Febru- ary 21, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown in b and c) $68,303.96 Total loans Overdnafts, secured, None. Unsecured Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned and unpledged—County Warrants, only 2,937.69 Total bonds, securities, etc., other other than U. S. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 60,479.63 Equity in banking house Furniture and Fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amount due fr6m national banks __ Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank (other than item 15) Total of items 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16„ 38,628.42 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items $68,303.96 29....

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

'' H ' i % * L\ ANNUAL EXHIBIT AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Hemphill County, Texas, for 1920 Showing aggregate amount received and paid out of each fund, and balance to their credit or deb it.. Also amount to debit and credit of each officer. Also amount of indebtedness of County, to whom and for wha^ due, with dates of the same for the year ending January 31, 1921. Filed 15th day of February, 1921. M. F. Blair, Clerk. Examined and approved in open court February 15, 1921. J. E. STEPHENS, County Judge* Hemphill County, Texas. The following amounts have been received and paid out of each fund, leaving balances on hand or overpaid at the close of*the year/ viz: JUBY FUND. FIBST CLASS To balance $775.82 To amount received 8,480.66 By amount paid out ' 1,694.81 By amount transferred to other funds __ 6,453.33 By balance _ ' 1,108.34 $9,256.48 $9,256.48 ROAD AND BBIDGE FUND. SECOND CLASS To balance (Overdraft) $3,269.26 To amount received $15,903.17 To amount transferred from other funds 1...

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

;«4"* * .' "■«■•"*"' "«*'*' r< 1 ®i Hp m I® t mm it mm §1 i lifi is ■BMP m ■ - . • fe4. . • 4 • • .• • • • • • • • WITH OUR BUBAL • • • • CORRESPONDENTS • • • GEM DEAR FOLKS: Since you seem to depend upon me for all the neighborhood gossip I will do my best to supply it. During the storm Miss McFat) ter and Laura Bell Smith boarded with Mrs. Briggs. M. H. Smith started Tuesday for the Buyers and Sellers Con^ vention in Amarillo. Frank and Earl Briggs stopped iere Tuesday with a truck load of folks—two families who are mov- ing from Missouri to Oklahoma between Durham and Crawford. Mr. Thomas, who purchased the Pctree place, has moved out and i Elmer Hensley, who farmed it last y*ar, has moved to a place out west of here with his brother Fred. Joe Conley is back from a visit with his brother in St. Louis. Joq says he carried his money in his boot to keep it safe from the hold- q> men. Mrs. Rowley and her family iave moved onto one of Mr.. Jah- nel's places. Ernest will work for...

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

f* THII CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 23. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Proposes Commission Form of Government for City of Canadian A number of important matters were taken up at the Chamber of Commerce meeting Tuesday nighty The matter of a county fair met ith the approval of those present, but was laid over to be made a matter of special business at the next session of the body, at which time it is hoped that the matter of a county agent will have been set tied by the commissioners, i A motion was made and passed unanimously expressing to th- county court the endorsement by the Chamber of Commerce on thei contemplated action in employing a county agent. In escuring a county agent it is understood that the county pays him* a salary of Si,000 and the state pays him ? 1,500. The booster trip to Booker was again presented and a large en- iollment urged for the trip Satur- day. The proposition of securng a large flouring mil...

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

SPOOFING THE GOOP "By Hec," otherwise known as Coke Oliver, division storekeeper at Slaton, Texas, is fairly well known in the Panhandle, but as some of our readers do not read the Slaton notes, we believe thcj "Smiles" column is the best place to bring the following to a more general attention. Hec pays: "Heard a bunch of railroaders talking over past doin's the other night at the reading room. Every- body grins when the mild-manner- ed troop from Chicago was men- tioned. We have all heard of the country boy who came to the city to see the tall buildin's. This is the same guy, except that he's turned around. He looks a good deal like the pictures of Ring Lardner's hero, and he came out to grow up With the country—or in spite of it. A milder or more inoffensive per- sonality never breathed, and h<. got more pleasure out of the stunts that were pulled on hirr than anybody else but he don't know now, wherever he is, that anybody was working anything over on him. "The writer was onc...

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

W. C. T. U. News I he W. C. T. U. held its usual weekly meeting in its parlors last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Jones read for the scripture les- son a portion of the 14th chapter of John. The Lord's prayer was repeated in unison. Mrs. Newman read a very interesting article, "A Year Under Prohibition," and Mrs. Wright read "Accepting One's Own Excuses." This article showed that a person should ac- cept his own excuses for not doing his duty, no matter how tempting Until the unveiling which took place this week, Frances E. Wil- lanl, a statue of whom was placed Feb. 7, 1905, had been the only woman represented in the many figures in marble and bronze grouped in statuary hall, or else- where in the capitol, to commem- orate the great leaders of America. The ceremonies attending the unveiling and presentation of the suffrage statuary to commemo- rate the labors of the thr.ee pio- neers, Susan B. Anthony, Eliza- beth Cady Stanton, and Lucretia( Molt. marked an impressive cli- max to ...

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

II fel-n : Vm Eg-V.,..* i.h vmmm The Canadian Record Cmdiu, Hemphill County, T< L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday ftabocription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian. Texas, as second clasB mail matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921 Germany is offering the United States highspeed tool steel at 55 cents a pound. The price here is about $1.00. For many months Germany has been offering stee\ in South America at prices fai lower than manufacturers in the United States have been able to quote.—Quanah Tribune-Chief. The duties of a county agent are to assist the farmers individually in any of their duties in farming, stock raising, and in marketing A county agent understands soils and knows what elements may be lacking in the fertility of certain fields. He understands seed selec- tion, what part of the ear of corn from which seed selection is made, what part of a maize or kafir heac^ should be selected for next year's seed. He understands j...

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

LOCAL and PERSONAL M. W. Uzzell was up fromBreck- enridge over Sunday visiting homefolks and friends. Meet "The Little Clodhopper'' at the Pastime next VVednesda'1 night. Enjoy a good laugh and a strong plot with "The Little Clodhopper'' at the Pastime next Wednesda; night. The laying of brick on the filling station for the Southern Service Products Company started this week. I J. F. Harbert and W. C. RatliflF^ left last week for an outing in the state of California. J. W. Harrah of Miami was irt Canadian Monday on business anc) visiting his daughter, Mrs. Josie Parks. Enjoy a good laugh and a strong piot with "The Little Clodhopper" at the Pastime next Wednesda; night. J. Emmons of Gray, Okla., and Mrs. Mary F. Spencer of Liberal.. Kansas, were united in marriage in Canadian Monday, Judge J. E., Stephens speaking the wedding ceremony. The walls on the new Dorsey trick building have been finished and the carpenters will soon hav" the building ready for occupancy. * Mr. and Mrs. P. F...

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

I ..f. I fjft; 4. m . j k' i® am i CROWDED "GARDEN OF ASIA" SiMty Million Chinese Liv« In an Area About Half the Size of Texas. While ninny of us may feel tliut w® 3if in exceedingly well populated dis- tricts, even our most crowded farming *-ontiiiunitlc*> are almost deserted when rompured with some sections of China. Take Stee-chuHn, for example, says ttie <'le*etn«ifl I'Ihiii Deuler. In this province some 60,000.000 per- son* live The urea ia 181,000 square wiles \n Sse-chuan is surrounded by mountains and Mi some places Is ha re rock Itself, about ,V per cent of *iie total area is impossible to cultl- taie We find, In consequence, that Ktoese (10,000,( 00 human beings are crowded into a space l^ss than half the xi/.c of Texas, anil that all the food iliey eat In grown within this area. The problem of ruislng the food necessary to keep these millions alive in complicated by the Chinese farm vr's laek of scientific knowledge and be primitive Implements he uses. In addition, ...

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

PLAINS DESTINED TO BE GREATEST GRAIN SECTION J. C. Hodge, manager of a large milling company at Los Angeles, Calif., was a visitor to Plainview the first of this week. Mr. Hodges ^expressed the belief that thq ^plains is destined to become 0119 of the greatest grain growing sec- tions of the nation. He also states} that Los Angeles firms were at j resent buying large quantities of grain from the Plains.—Plain- view News. meeting A LITTLE COURAGE CANFIELD. <£ Kill. b> NlcClure Newspaper S>'nittcate. I "Charlie Wetherbee." remarked that young man to liis own reflection as he tugged at a colorful tie, "do you realize that you are twenty-one today—a rising business mini, and yfit you haven't got a girl'/ Vou poor boob I Anieth Appel doesn't even know that you exist. Are you never going to forget her and go hunt up u, wife?" The blue eyes glared buck nt him for a moment, then twinkled irrepres- sibly. "Yes, by gum, I am," replied the other Charlie. "And I'm going to be- gin toda...

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

# 4 COLUMN F0R SALE CHEAP"1 second * hand baby carriage and nursery ! * chair, also chiffonier or dresser j for sale. Call No. 2. 24p * WANT For Sale, Rentals, Etc. Rates: One cent a word for on* issue; two cents a word for three issues. No ads for less than 25« for first issue. FEARL NECKLACE LOST. Will pay reward for its return. Mrs. E Watson, phone No. 157. , 705 ACRES GRASS LAND for lease for summer pasture. Abun- dance of spring water. G. F. Wil- son. 25p GOOD BLACKSMITH SHOP and set of tools for sale or lease. Also good house to live in. On good y°u highway. T. C. Helton, Zybach/ years in business. 20,000,000 users COCKERELS—Want two pure- bred light Barred Plymouth Cock- erels. Mrs. Lee Anderson, Men- dota, Texas. j GET BUSY. Keep busy. Is your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You' want a life-long business. You can get into such a business selling more than 137 Watkins products direct to farmers if you own ar auto or team or can get one. If you are under 50 and can give bone'/ w...

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

iWilAKAMa*-JLECOftD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 24. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAB Work on Highway to Lipscomb County Line to Start in Few Days l WELLINGTON TEST WELL PAYING OIL PRODUCER Wellington, March 14. — The nited Drilling and Developing I Company notified the Wellington Commercial Club that oil had beei) I found in paying quantities in thq deep test well on the Sherman POLICE GET AFTER TAX DODGERS SATTERWHITE TO BE IN THE RACE FOR NEXT SPEAKER J. F. Hamer of Fort Worth, con- tractor for the construction and hard-surl'acing of State Highway No. 4, the D-C-D; from Canadian to the Lipscomb County line, was Henard farm six miles north of in this city Monday in the interest cf the work. It is announced that work will start on the road in a short time. The new route leaves the present road about a mile west of the bridge and takes the high- way to the Horse Creek camping grounds over higher ground, get- ting the road away from the riv...

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

Echoes of Fashion Show On Tuesday night, March 8th, the public was given a rare treat by the B. M. B. Mercantile Com- pany—the first fashion show in Canadian—at the Pastime Thea- tre. Ah early as six-thirty not a •eat was available in the house, and standing room was at a prem- ium. *■ Quite a clever and unique way •f introducing the style show ant' preparing the audience for what Was to be displayed was carried out by songs and readings. The clever wording of the songs for the show was contributed by Mrs. Jeptha Todd, assisted by M,rs. Clem Nix. First on the pro- gram was an overture by Mitch- ell's Orchestra, which furnished music thruout the evening. Then Mrs. Dave Waldrom, clad in a beautiful black lace and georgette dress made by Finkelstein of St; Louis, sang in a very charming manner, "My Isle of Golden Dreams," introducting the show irt the following verse: "Out of the East for Feast, here may we see; Here in the West, how we are blest with the B. M. B. Right in our town a s...

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