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

i ! * I 1 WELCOME TO TEXAS Hashimura Togo, Westerner By Wallace Irwin in Sunset Magazine for April I' Editor "Sunset Magazine", vveethearted printed whose cir- 1 -lation increases like Japanese Dearest Sir: Could you please to tell me in one of your nice paragraphs why there is always a rattlesnake in the heart of every rose or why, when we deliciously pussue sweet butterflies, we catch nothing but cold? I ask to know. 1 shall tell you an instance of that disgustly phenomenal which smells so bad to my educated soul. Last Wedsdy noon, P. M., I took slight walk away from my fruit & vegetarian store, Sacermento, Cal., for go up street and have my chin shaved off by I. Anazuma, the cut- rate barber. I am growing very spunktilious about the arrange- ment of my face, of lately, because 1 expect to get married as soonly as my advt. in Japanese Back & Forth Review, Henry Clay Soda, printer, has been answered by some lady of legible age. At any rates, I was hurrying to that store of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1921

i I E' *•" V = The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Pablished Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- ladian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAR, APRIL 7, 19 21 Carpenters are now working ii^ Dallas, according to press reports, for $5 per day, and bricklayers' wages have also come down. The leading Texas railroads have an-. ItOUnced a reduction in wages. The re-adjustment of prices will be accomplished before the summer, id over, that is, if the manufac- turers and wholesale grocers will Come down with their prices, too. Governor Neff gives as a reason, for vetoing the A. and M. bill that it was not endorsed by the Demo- cratic convention. If this is a rea- son, what hope has West Texas for an A. and M. College except in a division of the state? If you are r<ot a Democrat—and if you are a Democrat and are not a brother- Ir.law of the party bosses—you have no right to know what ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1921

'¥ * 6 LOCAL and PERSONAL Ivory Beads at Miller's Jewelry Shop. E. S. Shoaf was in Saturday on business. Perryton Generator and Electric Work a specialty. Call 366. Roy Terry. Ouija Boards $1 each at Miller's Jewelry Shop. George Gerlach was in Wood- ward the first of the week on bus- iness. The automobile ceased to be a luxury and became a necessity fif- teen years ago. (Buiek.) See the latest fashions in Jewel- ry—the Flexible Bracelets. Mil- er's Jewelry Shop. Miss Faye Getzwiller has ac- cepted a position as bookkeeper for the B. M. B. Mercantile Com- , pany. I want your repair work on elec- tric irons, all electrical appliances house wiring and generator work. Call 366. Roy Terry. Our new Hart Schaffner & Marx- Clothes are arriving every day now. Some class to these styles. Come in and see them. The B. M. B. Mercantile Company. | To those of fur friends arid cus- tomers who wish some of the Don-1 ley House Dresses, we wish to say that the shipment this week ar- rived Monday...

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

... I W. C. T. U. Newt The Mothers Meeting was held March 22d in the W. C. T. U. par- lors with nearly 100 present. Mrs. Newqian, the superintendent, pre- sided over the meeting. Mrs. Carv- er read for the scripture lesson the last hours of Jesus before his crucifixion, also after his resur- rection, and followed with prayer. The following program was ren- dered. Song—America: Union. Paper—The Resurrection: Mrs. H. C. Ammons. Piano solo—Rosy Fingers: Ma- rie Miller. Reading—Somebody's Mother: Florence Yeager. Piano Solo: Mrs. Arthur Reed Reading: The Nicest Dolly* i>> the World: Anna Marie Stigler. Piano solo—Woodland Whis- pers. Everett Willis. The meeting was closed by a prayer by Mrs. Carver and all went to the dining room where Mesdames Marks, Catterfcon, J. b. Stickley, Hibbard, J. F. Johnson, Whatley, Willis, Fisher, and Fred Rathjen served delicious refresh- ments. The Easter spirit was in evidence thruout the dining room. The W. C. T. U. met March 30th with a goodly nu...

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

I 1 V f / With Our Rural * Correspondents * i * GEM •f DEAR FOLKS: Easter Sunday! and can any of yuu remember when we have had just such a day as this beautiful feast day? I fear many forget thq significance of the day in their disappointment in being prevented from wearing their spring finery^ One thing I have to tell you is the renewal by many of the church fcoing habit, and I trust they will keep on and on, for what would our country be were it not for the influence for good of the church J - .Sunday school at this place which was allowed to die in the early winter was reorganized with the following officers: M. H. Smith, superintendent, Mrs. J. F. Reed assistant superintendent, Mrs. J. B. Lindley secretary-treasurer. T understand Sunday School meet:' every Sunday morning promptly at ten o'clock. Now, let's go there on time. I will. You see if I don't. Mr and Mrs. Ben Reed moved to Pampa this week, where Ben has a position with Mr. Walburg. W. C. Barber and his family at- tended ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 April 1921

w * - * «■ f v *>„ v ^ „. - ^:,^_ ->v * •* * £">* Zm V •Nf- * * %• ** *• ir ^ ' f fU , m. Fresh Vegetables and Fruit We have a very attractive line and can fill your orders promptly. Strawberries and Vegetables re- ceived twice a week. Look for them on Wednesdays and Fridays and place your orders. Anything you want to eat of the very best can always be counted on at our store, and it is a pleasure to serve. chance's Grocery * With Our Rural * * Correspondents * * • • • ••*•*•••*• GAGEBY , The Rev. Jenkins.visited in the Lell Dent home Friday. F. W. Hennington called on F. A. Ruby Thursday morning. Mrs. Mayfield visited Mrs. Tay- lor Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Foshee called at Mr. Mayfield's Friday evening. The Masses Blanche Johnson and Maye Barker and Tom Barker spent a pleasant evening at Audie Bennington's Saturday.- Miss Hester Ruby visited Mrsf Crozier and her > daughter, Miss Myrtle, Tuesday afternoon. Will Dial of Memphis visited his father, T. J. Di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

I *. '' . • • I " " - -W " Hlf 1 RECO RD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 28. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Hogs Average $165 at Boone Robbing' Duroc Sale—35 Bring $5,940 The Duroc hog sale Tuesday held by Boone Bobbins at his farm twenty-eight miles south and east <>;' Canadian was a splendid suc- cess and shows that the hog busi- Aness is coming to tfae front in this '"county. The top for Mr. Robbins' registered Durocs was $425, and the average for 35 head was $165. The lowest sale was $100. Thq total for the hogs was $6940. There was a record breaking crowd at the sale and all other property sold well. EXPRESS PREFERENCE FOR SOUTHERN ROUTE FROM CALIFORNIA TO THE EAST Among numerous tourist cars returning irom uaiuorma via cne feoucnern trail and stopping in Canadian enroute east, iwere this week Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Card, and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Gar- dener and their children, from Detroit, Mich. They spent Mon- day in this city buying s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

lllllitp DIVIDING TEXAS Continued From First Page. Texas is so colossal in dimen- sions, the different sections are so radically varied and distinct from each other, the physical conditions are so divergent that the interests of the empire as regards local self- government are almont impossible to amalgamate. As a result the heavily populat- ed sections control the destinies of the state and have no regard for the Western or lighter populated sections, denying them reasonable representation and annually tak- ing heavy toll from them in tax money. Self-government, or bringing the government close to the' firesides, is a joke in Texas where some men have to cross the Mississippi Val- ley from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to the Mississippi Riv- er in making a business trip across the state, so great is the domain of the Lone Star Empire. The third reason, in the inter- ests of economy: To provt that a division of the state is practical and in the inter- ests of economy we have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

V\. A. STIGLER NOW IN AUSTIN PURSUING STUDIES W. A. Stigler left Canadian ov- erland last Friday evening for Austin where he will take special work for a few weeks in prepara- tion to accepting a place as in- structor of English in a state normal. He reached Austin Sun- day night. Mrs. Stigler and Anna Marie will join him there in a few days. Mr. Stigler sold his residence property in Central Park to D. M. Wiggins, who succeeds him as su- perintendent of the Canadian schools, and Mr. and Mrs. Wig- gins are already at home in the house. Mr. Wiggins is probably the youngest high school superin- tendent in Texas. He is a Hemp- hill County boy, and is a splendid young man with a bright future, and' has many friends who are in- deed glad to see him recognized as superintendent of the schools in this city. Before leaving Canadian last Friday, Mr. Stigler received many gifts from the various departments of the school in token of the es- teem in which the pupils held him, and these little e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

life ■■ teft :r 11 j ■ >■' ':to M-S i '■V ' • BIB The Canadian Record Ouidiui, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year 92.00 m Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 14th, 1921 Smallpox seems to be prevalent in many Panhandle towns and many prominent people have been quarantine^ with the epidemic. The law in Georgia where the Planter was tried for the whole- sale murder of niggers is that the defendant can make a statement on the witness stand without be- ing placed under oath, and when he is not under oath he cannot be cross-questioned nor examined The weight a statement so made has with ,a* jury of twelve men should be very light. COPY IN TOO LATE Enough copy came in this week after the paper was practically all ready for the press to set an ordinary newspaper. This will have to be held over until next week. The young robbers who held up the Allanreid ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

m is i, * A <h t ( m LOCAL and * PERSONAL * Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company) See those 9x12 Axminster Rugs at $35 at Wood Furniture Compa- ny. Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company. See those 9x12 Axminster Rugs at $35 at Wood Furniture Compa- ny. Watch our windows for Satur- day Specials. Gerlach's Variety Store. Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company. See those 9x12 Axminster Rugs ivt $35 at Wood Furniture Compa- ny. Watch our windows for Satur- day Specials. Gerlach's Variety, Store. Judge P. F. Works of Amarillq was in Canadian Saturday evening on his way to Perry ton on legal business. Albert Bernson is just now fin- ishing a fine modern residence in! East Canadian. Mr. Bernson con- structed this house during the win ter months himself. New Flower Bulbs—Dahlias, Cannas, Cinnamon and Madera Vines. Also Rheubarb Plants. Ger- lach's Variety Store. Fred J. Miller purchased a nice residence from the Canadian I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

'J BphpwHNBWI I* &v, , - a^& "Wji I I I Itpi? IIP ,'i- iv« : SOLUTION AMARILLO WATER PROBLEM CANADIAN RIVER Development of an irrigation project along the Canadian River would not only be the proper so- lution of Amariilo's water supply problem, but it would make this city the center of one of the rich- est irrigated regions in the world, says A. S. Stinnett, president of the Panhandle-Plains Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Stinnett writes as follows; • "Recent developments strongly verify the statements I made some weeks back to committees and also in talks before some of the civic clubs, which will be recalled by many, that the permanent and broad solution of Amariilo's water problem was the use of the Cana- dian River, and that the time is now ripe to initiate this great un dertaking. "Perhaps many, if not all, ob- served thru the £ress dispatches recently the pronunciamento of. President Warren G. Harding that the new administration would at first address itself to the big task...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

THE CLARENDON STORM The correct story of the Claren- don storqi as told by Sam Bras- well, editor of the Clarendon News, is as follows, in part: The "City Beautiful" awoke from her dreams Wednesday morn- ing sadly bedraggled in the busi- ' r.css district. Wind, hail, and fire of the night before had -wrot a damage variously estimated at i more than a hundred thousand dol- lars, The principal street was strewn with Nvreckage 'of roofs brot from the destroyed area. The. smoldering ruins of three business houses on North Kearney was mute evidence of the work of the fire. Clouds came up from opposing directions from northwest and MOTOR TRUCKS "GO A LONG WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS" BERNSON BROTHERS SALES AND SERVICE City Garage CANADIAN, TEXAS i JUST RECEIVED Seven 3-piece Suits that I will sell worth the money. v Also one dozen good Work Shoes that are Ibargains at $3.50 These are new shoes Carter'sTailor Shop CANADIAN, TEXAS Ife Registered Herefords , For Sale 23 2-year-old Bulls IS 1-year-ol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 April 1921

W| tfM %W: Mm W H SPis v\- * Then Phone No. 3. Free Delivery at 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. Peaches, per can 30c, 35c, 40c and 45c Apricots, per can 25c, 30c, 35c, and 45c Sliced Pineapple, per can 25c, 40c, 45c, and 50c Blackberries, per can 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c Strawberries, per can 50c Red Pitted Cherries, per gallon $1.50 White Pitted Cherries, per gallon $1.50 Bulk Coffee, 7 pounds for _.T._$1,00 Opal Corn, per case of 24 cans $2.90 No. 2 Tomatoes, per case of 24 cans f— $2.75 White Swan Syrup, per gallon ___ $1.40 KooKoo Syrup, per gallon $1.25 A. P. Syrup, per gallon —; $2.35 Dried Apples, 7 pounds for $1.00 Uried Prunes, 7 pounds for $1.00 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables twice a Week Yours for Quality and Service 1. Phone No 3 Committee Report on Commission-Manager as Received by C. C. C. # To the Chamber of Commerce, Canadian, Texas: Your committee, to whom waq committed the task of making investigation with regard to the Government as applied to our own city, beg leave to report the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

' T THE RECORD WU ME 28, NUMBER 29. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Tait and Gobin Both Receive Death Penalty —Go to Electric Chair "I.awton, Okla., April 14.—Tait K<'i,s death sentence; (lobin jury still out. (;. H. Framton, sheriff." "Lawton, Okla. April 14.—Gobin death penalty. Framton." The above messages received by iH|p. Stickley, sheriff, of Cana- dian, tolls the story of the end that awaits the fiends incarnate who murdered a boy just to get a car for a cross-continental run with a couple of degenerate worn-' en. The penalty in Oklahoma is enacted by the use of the electric chair and the sentence was passed two days after the jury turned in their verdict. The date of their demise is placed as June 14th and the setting will be in the electric chair in the state penitentiary at McAlester, unless the courts in- tervene or executive clemency is granted. ,Tait undertook to as- sume all responsibility for the murder of Spr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

#V MOW REPAIRING CANADIAN RIVER BRllHiE FLOORING The county court has had a man at work repairing tho flooring of the Canadian River bridge; these repairs to hold until the materia) can be secured to refloor the bridge. The old floor is badly de- composed; it will require con- siderable attention until a new floor is laid. It is estimated that a new floor will cost about $10,000. 1. ■ ' ■ ■ 0 Advertise. Pepifyyour business NEED DOCTORS IN RURAL U. S. Shortage of Physicians in Small Towns Is Serious. The Canadian Hospital CANADIAN, TEXAS Open to the Profession DAWSON & HUNT Physicians and Surgeons Succeeding Dr. H. C. Caylor Office over First National Bank Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m. Office Phone 14 Hospital Phone 83 Residence Phone 304 A. M. NEWMAN, M. D Office over First National Bank Office Hours: 8.00 to 12 a. m. 1.00 to 5.00 p. m Phones. Office 18; Residence 72 Dr. E. H. SNYDER Local Surgeon A. T. ft S. F. My. Phone 9 Office Hours: 1.00 to 6.00 p. m. Other hours by app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

The f-*—Record enough pre8s association he at-1 We are rushed to distraction to Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas1 tended out in the Panhandle where1 get out the .paper this week but L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 hope to be on top by next week. Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian. Texas, as second class nail matter. i - ...... THURSDAY, APRIL 21st, 1921. WITH THE PRESS BUNCH AT AMARILLO SATURDAY that he telephoned down to his wife Saturday morning to learn whether she had received a sample of the wholesome article served up for him as a breakfast tonic. We would remind you South Plains nature fakirs and Central Plains alfalfa tea irrigationists. that every active newspaper on The editor of the Record has the Santa Fe lines of the North been a busy individual this week, j Plains had a pencil pusher at the and we hope to be running regular convention, with one sole excep- from this on out. Altho seriously tion; and we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

^jgm W. C. T. U. NEWS JSliS! II \ ' ifi 3 1 k m }'A K. lift SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTTN On April 24th at the Gageby school house there will be Sunday Our weekly meeting April J3 School at 10 a. m., preaching at 11 was attended by a goodly number j the president presiding, and an in- teresting program rendered. Mrs. Todd read part of the 15th chapter of Romans, the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison the roll called, etc. Our Rally Song given, with Mrs. Henson at the piano. Several good articles read; "Where are you going and why?" by Mrs. Hoefle. "The Joy of Living," by Mrs W. A. Johnson. "A Good Citizen," by Mrs. John. Isaacs. "Look for the Lighthouses," by Mrs. Henson. All were excellent. Orville Shaller and Georgene Henson, gave two quaint recita- tions. Little folks now but only a few short years, and they with others like them will be struggling with the problems of life. God grant that we may do our part by ex- ample and by precept to show them the value of high ideals. Remember ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

]8w3lly^ !-r M *• 11 f L O C A Land PERSONAL * Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company) We clean and block felt hats. Carter's Tailor Shop. Boy's Knee Pant& Special. A* Everybody's Saturday. Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company One fourth off on Ladies Wrist Watches at MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP. We have just the watch for the Boy's Graduation Gift — the Streamline Elgin. MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP. Johnnie Jones and Willie Green —fresh from college—at the High School Auditorium April 29th. If you have a garment that you want steamed phone 351. For good Dry Cleaning phone 351—Carter's Tailor Shop. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF TISSUE GINGHAM AT EVERYBODY'S The best values are in Douglas Shoes for men at Everybody's. For service and beauty nothing better than the Tissue Gingham now being shown at Everybody's. Talking Machines on Easy Pay- ments. Wood Furniture Company. The Southern Service Garage Company is planting the parks a- b"ut the Canadian filling st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

m lis 1&S& I'Vi HOUSB JOINT RESOLUTION N 30. Relating to the amending of Ar- ticle 17, Section 58, of the Con- stitution of the State of Texas; abolishing the Board of Prison Commissioners; providing for the supervision and management of the Prison System, under such laws as may be provided for by the Legislature. Be it Resolved by the Legialsture of the State of Texas: • Section 1. That Article 17, Sec- tion 68, of the Constitution of the State of Texas, be amended bo as to hereafter read as follows: Section 68. The Legislature •hall have full power and author- it) to provide by law for the man- agement and control of the Prison System of Texas; and to this end shall have power and author- ity to place the prison system un- der the supervision, management and control of such officer or of- ficers as the Legislature may from time to time provide for by law. Sec. 2. The above constitution- al amendment shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors Of this State at a ...

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