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

S i Big Bunch Boosters Made Trip to Booker Over New Highway —j— Those who joined the Booster Excursion to Booker Saturday en- joyed a ride over the new highway and a dinner at the Booker hotel. This new Canadian-Booker-Liberal highway has recently been opened by Lipscomb County in response to the petitions of Booker citizens and it promises to become a popu- uar road. The boosters enjoyed looking over the new town of Booker and meeting the citizens. Booker is on the Santa Fe and North-Plains railway and for a new town is something of a burg. All business enterprises are well represented and two banks under- take to take care of the money of the vicinity. The Booker News iffy' tells us about the town's growth each week. The feature that im- pressed the visitors most was a string of five wheat elevators on the industrial track along the railroad. The splendid wheat coun- try adjacent to Booker promises a big crop for 1921. After a splendid dinner at the Booker Hotel as the guests of t...

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

;%'4 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. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921 The reduced wage scale among the employes of the packing hous- es took effect Monday, the reduc- tion being from ten to fifteen per cent. ______________ The commissioners court will have the new Abo Pass highway between Canadian and Glazier by way of Dry Creek opened up just as soon as all preliminaries can be disposed of and arrangements n.ade for work to go forward. THE AFTERMATH There is a side to the retirement of Woodrow Wilson from public life that carries with it a reward that a nation hurrying about its reconstruction problems fails to appreciate. In a few weeks thq name of Woodrow Wilson, presi- dent of the United States thru the World War period, will appear in the news columns merely as inci- dental. And yet in Wilson's s...

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

New assortment of new Waists j More of those beautiful new LOCAL and PERSONAL just arrived at Everybody's. Dresses and Suits at Everybody's. j The Main Meat Market installed W. M. Doney returned Sunday • a handsome new refrigerator show from a vacation spent with his case this week. family in Los Angeles, California. Watch <i for the Specials week at Everybody's. each % Do not fail to take advantage of the Saturday-Monday Specials at Everybody's. W. A. Palmer returned home i last Friday from a business trip i over Oklahoma and Texas oil high- . w ay matters. Remember the Presbyterian La- dies Easter market at the B. M. B. Mercantile Company March 26th, Dr. C. J. Hunt was in Amarillo the first of the week in attendance on the session of the Panhandle Medical Association. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wright of Ar- nett, Okla., visited Mr. Wright's mother, Mrs. J. R. Wright, in Ca- nadian last week. When in need of Blue Grass and Clover seed we can supply you with the very best, Nolen Hard- war...

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

•i • '# <4 I iff W. C. T. U. News TheW. C. T. U. met last Wed- nesday for Its usual weekly meet- ing, Mrs. Johnson presiding. Mrs Hoefle read the scripture lesson, the 14th chapter of Romans, and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison. Mrs. Stone read "In His Service" and Mrs. Newman read "To Curb the Sales of All Liquor." Both were excellent articles. Mrs. W. A. Johnson read a letter from Mrs. Iinebeck, mother of our mem- ber, Mrs. Hamby, who now lives in Idaho, containing an account of the first W. C. T. U. organized among the Indians. This was a •very interesting article and we are always glad to hear from bur friends who are far away. We would like to ask all the la- dies to remember that next Wed- nesday, March 23d, is Mothers Meeting. Let everyone be present There will be the usual social hour; which is enjoyed by all. Everyone come and bring your friend or neighbor with you. The women of the United States can bring a strong sentiment be- hind the law for its strict enfor...

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

■ 9 (A «i S3 * With Our Rural * 4 Correspondents ■a II WASHITA The people of the neighborhood extend their sympathy to those bereaved by the death of little Claris Burnett, which occurred March 7th. Mrs. Dal Wilson of Hoover haq been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Moore, the past week. Mrs. Hines of M. K. visited her mother, Mrs. Curnett, Monday. Mrs. Adcock and her son, Joe, are visiting relatives in Plum Val- ley, Col6. Mrs. Morehead has returned home after a three weeks visit with her daughter in Canadian. She reports the arrival of a bigr boy. Marion Robertson was in Cana- dian Thursday on business. Paul Morehead took dinner Sunday with Ben Merry. Casey Moore spent Monday night with Lena Mae Caldwell. Roy Merry and one of his friends took dinner at Frank Mer- ry's Sunday. Mary Merry visited May and Eva Morehead Sunday. There was a singing at Mr. Wheeler's Sunday which was en- joyed by all who attended. Ollie Hennington and his family spent Saturday night with S. L. Dix...

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

*' • * f t With Our Rural Correspondents GEM DEAR FOLKS: March is here, and like her blustering winds, blows our hopes everywhere till we scarcely know if it be a winter face or a smile of June that peeps at us around the ewrner. What a pity! What a pity that things like this should happen: Iiiist Sunday Bro. Taylor came out So preach, but there had been no winouncement of his coming, and I understand there was no congre- gation. Truly, we regret this, foi) if any community needs religious services this one certainly does "Tis not enough that we love God, 5>ut we must honor and serve Him also. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Smith were callers at the Tom Hext home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith en- tertained the members of the Gem Social Club and a few invited guests last Saturday night. Hiram Parks and Mrs. Lindley won the honors. Needless to say it was a most enjoyable affair, because I have already told you who the last ftmst and hostess were. When I hear of good times like this report-...

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

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 25. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 192.1. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR District Agent J. R. Edmonds Confers With Business Men J. R Edmonds, state district ai'i-nt for the state department of agriculture, was a caller in Cana- dian last Friday afternoon, and while here he met with a number ,oi citizens and farmers in the di- ' rectors' room of the Southwest rational Bank building where an informal meeting was held, Mr. Edmonds answering questions re- garding the work of a count> agent, and then addressing the audience on the line of agricul- tural development with the aid of a county agent. The recent action of the county court in voting to employ a county agent gave Mr. Edmonds an opportunity to take up with the meeting many matters of intensely interesting data in connection with the work. He as- sured the assembly that he hac^ hopes of securing a suitable man for the place by the first of April. The examinations which ...

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

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year 92.00 * —— Entered at the postoffice at Ca- aadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921 Have the People No Recourse? Under the above caption the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram of March 17th contained a very strong edi- torial of over one thousand words giving the legislative solons a scathing review for their refusal to redistrict the state according to the constitution, which provides that this must he done after each decennial census. Says the Star- Telegram : "The present Senate is so over balanced that there are districts in West Texas and the Panhandle that have three times as many qualified voters as certain districts in East Texas. Indeed, it is so un- democratically constituted that two-thirds of the prii.wit; senators represent only on': half of the qualified voters of the state. And to make matters wors<± the dis...

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

= I ******** * The Little Hats are here. Mitch- LOCAL and PERSONAL ell's Hat Shop. The newest styles in Collars are now on display at Ammons & Uz- zell. The Little Hats are here. Mitch- ell's Hat Shop. See the new Caps for men at Ammons & Uzzell. Roy Merry was in Wheeler the first of the week attending district court. Fred Miller was a business vis- itor to Quinlan, Okla., last Friday. The Little Hats are here. Mitch- ell's Hat Shop. Mrs. John Jones entertained her S'jnday School class last Saturday evening with a taffy pull. Fred Killebrew made a business trip to Anthony, Kansas, this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Young re- turned this week from a business trip to San Antonio. The Little Hats are here. Mitch- ell's Hat Shop. We are giving 25 per cent off on all our Sheffield Silver. Only a few pieces left. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Let me fit yoyr eyes properly. I guarantee satisfaction or no pay. Fred Miller at Miller's Jewelry Shop. Give an Easter present. What is more suitable t...

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

# mr * jm Ehp«H$K« " '- ; ' ■88168 WBk With Our Rural Correspondents • #••••••••• • GEM DEAR FOLKS: I'm sure somebody had a goo(J laugh when they saw Johnanna upelled Johanna. But mistakes will happen. Aren't we having lovely spring rains (of sand)? But let's forget the sand and remember only the beautiful, balmy weather. Did you see the jolly tribe of In- dians hiking across the fields Fri- day? Miss McFatter took her pu- pils to the hills north of town and then they played outdoor games and dug a furnace in the hillside and prepared the feast. About sun- down the dusky warriors returned 3oud in the praise of the trip and their teacher. And let me say right now, Miss Carrie has the love and esteem of every pupil in her school. As one little bby expressed it. "she is sure some fine teacher, Mid knows how to play, too." M]rs. W. R. Hext and her daugh- ters, the Misses Lila, Stella, and Ella Mae, came out to the ranch for the week-end. Mrs. J. I). Downs is visiting her daughters in Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

THE CANADIAN VOLUME 28, NUMBER 26. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAS 3= Sheriff Stickley Causes Apprehension of Four Bandit - Murderers Canadian was host Tuesday to a quartet of rather notorious peo- ] le wanted for a number of crimes. Two men, said to be Cleo Dobbin ttnd Will Tate, and two women) |Said to be Miss Eva Hewitt and "Mrs. Duff, came to town in a Dodge car. They purchased considerably ladies' wearing apparel at the B. M B. Mercantile Company, paying for the purchases with mucfy small change, including quarters, nickels, and dimes. Their pur- chases at this store alone amount- ed to $75.00. So much small change created considerable speculation and when Sheriff H. H. Stickley began to investigate he found that two couples of similar description were wanted at Lawton, Okla., for killing a man by the name of Fobert Bryson Saturday night. Also for robbing Herring and Young's store at Herring, Okla.; near Cheyenne. It is ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

§§§ ■ I Wm iHP: • •• 9fpn$ __ „ . MMgH ssl i, ■' • :<\ > ' " ■ . •«.;„; == r1, i UK W, ., ■tii& •• i illlfeW' /,-- .•5 - ^HHH| Vfaj s KNIGHTS TEMPLAR OF THIS CITY ENJOY TWO BIG DAYS Saturday Canadian Command- try No. 63, Knights Templar, had the honor of conferring the Orders upon the Rev. J. W. Whatley of Miami, Texas, one of the few re-| maining ministers who came to the Panhandle in its early days and who has been in continuous ser- vice ever since. The following out- oftown Knights were present: C. A. Gilley, G. M. Moore, W. B. KitJ Chens, Geo. M. Counts, D. B. Strib- ting, J. A. Mead, and C. F. Burnett of Miami; L. P. Yoder, J. L. Lewis. M. B. Davis, Dr. Lea Vicars, J. V. Andrews, W. M. Craven, and C. C. Thomas, of Pampa; R. R. Swift or Amarillo, and J. R. Linder of Dar- rouzett. Following the conclusion of the work a delightful banquet was served at the Hotel Moody to about ninety Knights and their ladies after which all repaired to the Pastime Theatre and enjoyed th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

y i> )r lii: In IN THE PANHANDLE By Franklin Welles Calkins in The Youth's Companion tie of wings; and once a flock of mallards passed within view thru the smoke, low enough for a wing shot. The brothers did not fire, for fear of putting to flight the flocks that they felt sure must be feeding on the reaches of the bay- ou and the stream. When the boys came to the bay- c-u, however, they found no water- fowl there. Evidently, the ducks, taking advantage of the favorable I I , ■ H , A „ "111 breeze, were ail migrating Gulf- —1 can hear em overhead, said , SM inner reach of the bayou round to The Record has been granted special permission by the Youth's Companion to reprint the follow- ing Panhandle story which re- cently appeared in that publica- tion. As a story of the early days it will doubtless be of much in- terest to Record readers: The sto- iv by Mr. Calkins follows: IN THE PANHANDLE "Say, Jim, the ducks have come -I can hear 'em overhead," said ^ Jim and followed the Baile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

W llf I L1 . „ ' A.. c §fe&' i|f§! JlP |4 . pfc ; ,.u.^ 1 i^; r;.;/. i is fe;: n ■ ! Record ufscomb county trade 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 ■ail nutter. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1921 President Harding's favorite quotation has always been "There is no great {excellence withotff great labor." Having Congress put the Pan- handle in Central Time and then getting the railroads to obey con- gress and run their trains on Cen- tral Time seem to be altogether different propositions. With the new, or supplemental, time table lr.st Sunday the trains still run on Mountain Time. It is now rumored that the railroads may, if it pleases them, change to Central Time on the first of May. would come to canadian Cou may say the liquor question is dead; but, like Banquo's ghost it rises again. This time the amendment is attacked beca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

i i * • LOCAL and * • PERSONAL * • . • Mrs. P. L. Thornbury of Ama- rillo is visiting Mrs. S. A. McAd- ams this week. "Everyone who can rides in ai) ' automobile. What everyone does must be right." (Buick.) Coleman Jackson has moved' tack to Canadian from Wheeler aiid will be here this summer. "The automobile: 10 per cen^ pleasure. 90 per cent Utility. 100 per cent necessity." (Buick.) If you don't have the jazziest time of your life on '"Sinners' Night" you had better consult your doctor. If you don't have the jazziest time of your life on '"Sinners' Night" you had better consult your doctor. E. B. Griffth of Wichita, Kan- sas, and Mr. Atkins of El Dorado., Kansas, were in Canadian last week on business. A deadly combat between a man ( and a pet bear defending its mis- tress, is only one of the extraordi- [ nary features of "Nomads of the North." * Constance Talmadge in the most extraordinary romance on record—"In Search of a Sinner" —to be shown at the Pastime The- atre on Saturda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

< ' ik*,.,*.; mm GIRLS DON'T GAMBLE | flying in the face of precedent^ W. M. NEWTON CANDIDATE "Girls Don't Gamble" is one of telling a natural story in a natural the neatest and pleasantest com- way' •dies now on the market. It Is more satisfactory entertainment than many of the big specials that are making such a loud noise. David Butler deserves credit for being such a modest star that he CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the people of CANADIAN SCHOOL TRUSTEE} W. N. Newton places his name before the public as a candidate for trustee of the Canadian Inde- the city and community for their I pendent School District in thq ! no aiufnnnn f a iio in nil I' vlaii I'll nf i i i r . fi a i a ? 1 assistance to us in our hours of sorrow over the death of our hus- band, father, and brother, Fred actually chose a good story for „ Rathjen; for their Bympathy Ins first vehicle. H,s father, Fred aad ministrations and for the Butler, «Uo should be praised for flowerg at the funera, Mrs. Fred H. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

THEY ASK FOR THE ROAD Lipscomb County farmers are fourteen miles from Canadian via the Dry Creek road. They are twenty-five miles via Glazier. As a consequence they go to Higgins and to Shattuck to do their trad- ing. There are perhaps fifty or more farmers in the neighborhood just north of Dry Creek who want to come to Canadian to trade be- cause this is their nearest and best town. But as long as Dry Creek re- mains closed they can't come. Ca- nadian is denying itself a large amount of farmers trade by not opening up the Dry Creek road. i Mutual Wiflj Raise to 1500 It has been decided to raise the membership limit to 1,500 in both Mutual No. 1 and Mutual No. 2. Both mutuals are already full and prosperous, and this will take in 250 more in No. 1 and 500 more in No. 2, and allow us to skip every third assessment.. If you are within the age limits of 16 to 50, in good health and live within fifty miles by direct line of Miami, you are eligible to mem- bership. " This is an unusual o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 March 1921

u \ Bills 1 Special Tire Sale Running. Will Close Apr il 15th We make these special low prices to reduce our over-stock on the following sizes: CASINGS List Sal« 30x3j^> Goodyear'Plain Tread $16.80 $15.50 32x3/2 Goodyear, Star, and Brunswick (Rib or Non-Skid) —^ 30.70 22.25 32x4 Star and Brunswick, rib or non-skid 44;10 30.00 33x4 Star Rib Cord 64.50 40.00 33x4 Star Rib Cord 66.50 42.50 35x4^2 Star Rib Cord 65.95 50.00 36x4^4 Star Non Skid Cord ^.82.30 57.50 33x5 Goodyear All-Weather Cord 73.65 65.00 36x6 Goodyear and Brunswick Cord 119.35 102.50 J TUBES List Sale 30x3 Red Star 4.20 2.75 30x3y2 KK Extra Guage _4.50 3.15 $2x31/2 Goodyear and Brunswick 4.25 3.25 32x33/2 United States 1 4.25 2.65 32x4^4 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK 6.60 4.95 35x4y2 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK 7.25 5.25 33x5 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK 9.05 6.15 37x5 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK 10.65 6.75 36x6 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK 14.60 12.20 40x8 Goodyear, Star, Brunswick, and KK ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1921

• •- • " « «• THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 27. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Great Interest Taken in City Election Tuesday; 349 Votes Were Cast * The city election Tuesday call- ed ut the largest vote that has ever been polled and the interest; v-as running high all day. The l'iice was close over the marshal, E. F. Anderson receiving 183 votes and J. C. Killebrew 158. Not being acquainted with the laws. ■1. C. Wheeler failed to file his pe/ tition and did not get on the tick- et. He received three votes. For mayor J. S. Hood was elect- ed, receiving 205 votes to the 138 polled by Hez M. Wood. , For alderman, ward No. 1, R. Kite received 24 votes, A Liske 16 and Cap Shoaf 13. Scattering votes v/ere cast for H. C. Young, Tom Berry, John Dorsqy, Geo. Gerlach, W. W. Owens, O. W. Kunkle, John Filer, John Miller, and C. W. Car-, ver. Ward No. 2, J. W. Ricks 35 votes, W. C. Teague, 33, C. A. Studer 32, Harve Hampton 19. Othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1921

THE CAPTURE OF THE CUSTER WOLF 4 § . YJl[K ■ ' ■ In March, 1920, H.P. Williams was sent to Custer, South Dakota, With instructions from the depart- ment of agriculture to Kill the big Custer wolf, which for nine years roved the cattle plains of South Dakota, ravaging and inflicting damage estimated at $25,000. Wil- liams took along a bunch of traps but intended to depend mainly on his rifle, as the wolf seemed to be trap-wise. As it happened, it took both a trap and the rifle to get the wolf when he was taken on Octo- ber 11, 1920. Mr. Williams saw the wolf a number of times, but always when conditions favored the wolf. When Mr. Williams first went into the country where the wolf ranged, he tried to find fresh tracks, but Without success. He asked some of the stockmen Whose stock the wolf had killed just where the wolf made his head- quarters in their section, thinking that they could give him somethng to start on. They said that the wolf's 'headquarters were any- where within a dis...

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