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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

CANADIAN CHAPTER NO. 227 O. E< S. Canadian Chapter O. E. S. meets every second and fourth Monday nights in the month at 7.30 o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Vis- itors cordially welcomed. Mrs. Urshel Simaions, W. M. Mrs. Sleta Jennings,- Sec'y. Panhandle Mutual Will % Raise to 1500 It has been decided to raise the membership limit to 1,500 in both Mutual No. 1 and Mutual No. 2. f 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 opporRinty to join & live and successful Mu- tual which is already paying the full $1,000 on every claim. Just send us your full name, your age, name of your doctor, and state who you wish your policy made to. You can join both mu- tuals. Memberships are $5.00 each. Address J. R. Durrett...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 April 1921

#« •• J- ftm** < *V«t V* I Look These Prices Over 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, 10c, 45c, and 50c Blackberries, per can 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c Striwberries, per can 50c Red Pitted Cherries, per gallon $1.50 White Pitted Cherries, per gallon $1.50 Bulk Coffee, 7 pounds for $1.00 Opal Corn, per case of 24 cans __1 $2.90 No. 2 Tomatoes, per case of 24 cans $2.75 White Swan Syrup, per gallon $1.40 KooKoo Syrup, per gallon $1.25 A. P. Syrup, per gallon _$2.35 Dn ;d Apples, 7 pounds for $1.00 Dried Prunes, 7 pounds for $1.00 Fresh Fruit# and Vegetables twice a Week Yours for Quality and Service Chance Grocery Phone No 3 * With Our Rural ® 19 Correspondents * • • • ••«•• •••• * CEM GOSSIP—BY AUNTY SUE Gem, Texas, April 20. DEAR FOLKS. I'm feeling right blithe and foonnie today. The beautiful sun is shedding his warm rays upon old Mother Earth, causing al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

-1 iSEill ■: ©JtN IAN IRECORD volume 28, number 30. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION 12.00 THE YEAH 4 Distinguished Scientist in This City Saturday Making Investigations Two distinguished visitors spent Saturday night in Canadian in the persons of Dr. Warren K. More- head, scientist, of Boston, Mass.) nd J. B. Thoburn, historian, of klahoma City. These gentlemen tve been exploring the Panhandles r several weeks searching for archaeological specimens and a report of their work in taken from the Amarillo News and printed elsewhere in the Record. j Dr. Morehead is convinced that the origin of the pre-historic man was on the Panhandle Plains, for the information he has been able to gather is that as the people traveled westward the evidences of advancing civilization become much more pronounced. The cliff dwellers of the mountains were much more advanced than were the plain Indians. The'visit in Canadian was spent with F. V. Studer, archaeologist,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

iff? V> _v lis p:;« ' I Prire Slashing @1 CLOTHING Spis, I Hats, Shirts, Underwear, etc. Everything Worn by Men and Young Men Thrown on the Market at HHi i OUR HALF-PRICE SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, APRIL 30th—CONTINUES 15 DAYS POSITIVELY CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 14th—15 DAYS OF BARGAINS Our splendid stock of uptodate Men's Wear is complete—in fact we are overstocked—and in changing our firm we must sell a large amount of goods, so we are taking the sacrifice by putting the stock on the market at one-half price. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, etc.! This Sale is for Cash Only-Nothing Charged at Sale Prices-No Alterations i Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Mar* I f I OFCLOTHlNiGCM Owing to a change in this business in which the did firm of AmmOns & Uzzell is now owned solely by H. C. Amnions, we are putting on a big sale of men's clothing in which every price will be cut half in two. Hereafter the store will be known as the Hub Clothin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

filling station at this place * C. E Buckner has purchased the • White House property, and Mrs With Our Rural Correspondent* CUPID'S BALM HKHITY MEATS By MAUDE H. CALLOW GEM GOSSIP—BY AUNTIE SUE DEAR FOLKS: Beautiful breezes, eh? Society fairly "buzzed" in this t.eighborhood Friday night. A party, a dance, and an evening with cards. Everybody enjoying life. K. Roberts of Crawford, Okla., has purchased the J. B. Lindley Buckner, the postmistress, is circu- lating a petition to move the post office thereto. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Barber were callers at the J. B. Lindley home Friday evening. The "wanderlust" took posses- sion of one of our youths last week and he decided to start out to see for himself just how large this old world is. But he made a mistake, it seems, by taking one of Dad's favorite horses So both horse and rider are now at home after one whole day's absence, and Frocks A * • rr M mm 1746 « HAVE YOU NOTICED HOW EAGER THIS STORE IS to serve you with the right kind of mercha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

fe mm * Tke Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County. Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoflice at Ca oadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 28th, 1921 ON ACCOUNT OF "LAST MIN- UTE" WORK CROWDING US TO THE POINT WHERE WE CANNOT PUT UP ANY MORE TYPE, the W. C. T. U. notes and other contributions will have to hold over until next week. We regret doing so but It la possible to accomplish only so much per fjftf, and beyond that is sn im- possibility. The suit of the Cherokee Indians to recover fourteen million acres of land in the Panhandle has been 1JM in the supreme court of the United States. Amarillo is locat- ed on the land the Indians claim. ' He Golden Cycle Oil Company of Dalhart, a company of Dalhart citizens who dug a well in the Burkburnett field, has declared a dividend of four per cent on a cap- ital stock of $50,000. Wonders Will never cease. The Record edi- tor's com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

SI LOCAL and PERSONAL Some New Bates Gingham just arrived at Everybod's. Special prices on 36-inch Voiles all next week at Everybody's. You can get a good Suit Hanger at Carter's Tailor Shop for 15c. Pink, Black and Blue Dot Ma- terial in Flaxon just in at Every- body's. Do not miss our Saturday-Mon- day Specials! Look for them at Everybody's. Children's Aprons at 75c and fkCrash Dresses at $2.25 are new *at Everybody's. Mr. and Mrs John H. Smith have returned from South Texas and will remain in Canadian for the summer. i Do not forget your Mother on Sunday, May 8th—Mother's Day. We have the cards. Gerlach's Va- riety Store. The first to love us, the last to leave us—Mother! Remember her on Mother's Day. Cards at Ger- lach's Variety Store. With every 25c that you spend with us we will give you a card that is valuable. Ask about them. Carter's Tailor Shop. Mrs. R. E. McDonald and her "hildren of Booker are visiting her father, Dr. G. N. White, and his family in Canadian. F. Cooper le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

jm - - .... HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION mio. Relating to the ^mending of Ar- ticle 17. Section 68, of the Con- stitution of the State of Texae; abolishing the Board of Prison Commissioners; providing for the supervision and management ef the Prison System, under such laws as may be provided for by Ithe Legislature. B4 it Resolved by the Legislature pf the State ef Texas: iSection 1. That Article 17, Sec- tion 58, of the Constitution of the Slate of Texas, be amended so as tJ hereafter read as follows: [Section 58. The Legislature sfall 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 sflall have power and author- ity to place the prison system un- der the supervision, management af d 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 gener...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

GEM BULLETIN No. 2 Nt f K > * D EAR FOLKS: When you've been appointed hf"d of a committee—when you've put in days of work planning; when everybody on whom you call- ed for help responded willingly; when the day was favorable ainl the night ideal; when the attend- ance far exceeded your expecta- lions, and the cashier reported re- ceipts in the neighborhood of $50, besides about 23 or 24 hens—was- n't that a grand and GLO-RI-OUS feelin'? I'm sure Mrs. M. H. Smith experienced just that sensation Wednesday night about 11.45, and it was fitting that she should. For she and her assistants worked faithfully and I for one was only too glad to contribute my hen and the price of supper. And that sup- per! 'Twas rather a "guessing" affair. My first order was for five items and this is what J drew: a tooth pick, come honey, a glass of water, some salt and a pickle. Well —I just guessed all the balance of the menu then and enjoyed a dan- dy supper. There was a,"hat trimming" con- Jones, Day,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 April 1921

Your Harvest Season Supplies We are prepared with the stock and prices on Grocery Staples and Twine for the har- vest season. See us before you purchase elsewhere. Your patronage is appreciated. W. C. Barber & C04 GEM, TEXAS r i 1 I Free YOU CAN SECURE m Without Charge by trading with us. Tell your friends about this exceptional offer. Save our cards; they are valuable. CARDS GIVEN BY Phone Nd 3 Prescription Department ' v. , Any Prescription deserves the belt possible attention. Each prescription brought here has such attention." This Work is our particular spec- ialty. We take pride in it. We have a prescription department which is modern in every detail of its equipment. Ask your physician. We use Squibbs Chemicals in our prescription department. BADERS PHARMACY Phone 11 "Where Quality Counts" GOT START IN BUSY CITY Move for th« Improvement of Horti- culture Began In London Over a Century Ago. In Piccadilly, in the center of Lon- don, the mother of gardens came into existence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

1MB CAJNiUMAN RECORD ;/?€l§l§ >01.UME 28, NUMBER 31. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Santa Fe is Making a 1 est Operating Trains on 200-Mile Schedules I here has been comment about the Santa Fe shops at Canadian, (Hie to the fact that the railroad has taken away several machinists and placed them at Amarillo and Waynoka. The round house is still in Canadian, and the predic- ft:on is freely made that inside of ninety days the Santa Fe payroll will be twice as large as it has ever been. The machinists were sent to the other divisions to add to the forces there in order to take care of the engines in trying out an endurance test which the Santa Fe is making of running two hundred miles in- stead of the present plan of run- ning one hundred miles, before an engine is sent to the round house. The YVaynoka-Amarillo two hun- dred miles was selected because this is perhaps the most difficult run of that length on the system. Amarillo an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

rnwmm. Wri ■P Hb-I •• its &:vv,V mSm |f i;v-:vy . ♦ ,Vgi. Copyright 1920 Hart Sthaffner & Marx Only 8 Days More of our big Price Slashing sale of Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Underwear-everything in our big stock- all go at iim POSITIVELY CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 14th—15 DAYS OF BARGAINS 1 CANADIAN'S BIG MEN'S STORE With C Correa Sunday wasn Buster Wrig night with his and Mrs. M. \\ Mr. and Mrs were supper Mrs. Lell Dent Mr. Beal an hauled grain t day. Mrs. Mayfiel Wednesday an the threshers. M r. Oswalt nea*i Mobeetie keHr Friday. Mr. and Mr their daughter with their son 51 y Sunday. Joe Moyer field's Saturda Miss Maye ther, Tom, Joh vel Lowrie, sp< ing at Mr. playing Forty M r. and M rear Canadian at F. A. Ruby' of corn to Cai W. C T. U. NEWS Our weekly meeting April 21 was called to order by the presi- dent, several members in atten- dance. Mrs. Todd read the scripture les- son, followed by reciting the Lord's Prayer in unison; the sec- retary called the roll and r...

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

w With Our Rural Correspondents • ••••• • gageby. Sunday wasn't made to play ball | on. Buster Wright spent Saturday \ night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hennington were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lell Dent Sunday night. Mr. Beal and Mr. John Wright hauled grain to Canadian Thurs- day. M,rs. Mayfield visited Mrs. Jones Wednesday and helped cook for the threshers. Mr. Oswalt "^nd Ben Barker of nea*i Mobeetie were at Mr. Bar- ker^* Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steen and their daughter, Mary, took dinner with their son, Jim, and his fam- ily Sunday. Joe Moyer stayed at Mr. May- field's Saturday night. Miss Maye Barker and her bro- ther, Tom, John Frances and Hur- yel Lowrie, spent a pleasant even- ing at Mr. Johnson's Saturday playing Forty-Two. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ruby of rear Canadian spent Sunday night at F. A. Ruby's. They took a load of corn to Canadian Monday. Washita Valley FOR SALE 15 TWO-YEAR-OLD BULLS 45 ONE-YEAR-OLD BULLS For Size, Qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

JPiPP >■- ■' 4:': w %v. ; . The Canadian Record that pelww^ kicked my OnadUn, 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 anil matter. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 192! Cars have been crossing the Red Deer bridge, the approaches hav- ing been finished and the road worked so that it is accessible. The work of throwing up the Sade for the new D-C-D highway om Canadian to the Lipscomb county line is progressing nicely, end the appearance of the grade looks more like a railroad bed than a highway. The new Canadian-Lipscomb road is looming Up like a real highway. The clay covering that is being placed over the Band Snakes a fine roadbed, and this road will soon be a popular thoro- fare. ^^^^_==ss=aggg Strange as it may seem, people do not respect the importance of the Tourist Camp Park as a place built at considerable expense for the benefit and occupancy of to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

J.J. , i( Jl. fis , . LOCAL and PERSONAL V 'Don't Ever Marry." Percale Saturday-Monday at 12VzC at Everybody's. "Don't Ever Marry." You can get a good Suit Hanger at Carter's Tailor Shop for 15c. "Don't Ever Marry." "Don't Ever Marry." "Don't Ever Marry." See that fine 4-piece oak bed loom suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. Oak Krohler Kodavs, the finest duofold on the market, for only $45 at the Wood Furniture Store. A pice Waist at $3.98 on Satur- day-Monday at Everybody's. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. :ord? f5c 50c 15c 1.55 .25 .00 >ve Ihis vLJrEBDIE v POLO « KING Of THE CIRCUS UNIVEttSALS GORGEOUS SERIAL SENSATION TEN' times bigger and hcf- 1 t«*r than Bnrnum—with EBD1E I'OI.O, the Arrobntic Wonder, pulling stunts that lift you out of your scat. "Don't Ever Marry." Miss Lillie Humphrey and her mother went to Henrietta Satur- day on a visit. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. A nic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

mf: mm US i i ' PROCRASTINATOR By ELIZABETH R. GREENE. fel< (6 by McClure Nmptftt HyodlcaM-l They were a guy little cotnpaojr that ■descended the steps of Hill Crest Farm to the waiting hay rack, and for the twentieth time that morning Mariana wished she bad been ready, Bat It always this way. Some- how Mariana could never manage to be quite on time, and had long ago been affectionately dubbed by bar friends the "Procrastlnator." Nevertheless, Mariana was a gen- eral favorite, and It was with genuine regret that the little party of pleas- ure seekers set forth without her that bright morning. "Couldn't you come later, Marianaf coaxed Bettlna, loitering behind the others. Mariana shook her head. "I can't," abe sighed. "I've got all my packing to do." "Couldn't I help you tonight?" gen- erously proffered Bettlna. Mariana dimpled. "Thanks, Betty," abe smiled, "you're a dear; but I can't go. really." "Oh, come along, Betty," called Pol- ly from the hay rack. "She'll come at the eleve...

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

m * * • K * i m JP Jfe L r*-4v 1.^. ISS'SK .Ir f B5S& Two Remarkable Ride*. A remarkable a«hleveinent of an English rider dates hack io Shakes- pearian i'.mvs. llobert Carey is said 10 hove ridden from Whitehall to Edin- burgh, -in:) mil«'S, in three days, citfry- ing l In- news of Mr.* death of Queen I31!'/.abe!b in James VI. lie ma fit' an- other noi;-' ride from l.omlon to the Netherlands. with the ifiws of Cardin- al NVolsey's death, (raveling by boat from London to (jravesend and riding the intermediate ilistanees. lie loft London, according to tile accounts, at 4 o'clock one afternoon and was back in London at sunset the second day thereafter. Gulf Stream's Course. The force and velocity of the Gulf stream vary, to some extent, but Its course does not materially change until it has run hundred's of miles northeastward off t lie coast of the United Slates, (iradnally it floes then shift its direction more eastward, at the same time spreading like a fan and becoming shallowe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 May 1921

iriH Culinary Art In BlWfS. J 0ur |dea 0f j, good cook la one that ft flora after loaf perseverance n t p„{8 t^e Icing on her cake so thick ouch grander thM never to nave a ^|Ht When you take a bite your nose •trivial good enough to be called a mHkeH a den, ,n |t._Ohio state Jour- Callure.—George Hllot j M, Your Harvest Season Supplies We are prepared with the stock and prices on Grocery Staples and Twine for the har- vest season. See us before you purchase elsewhere. Your patronage is appreciated. W. C. Barber & Co. GEM, TEXAS |v am Free YOU CAN SECURE Without Charge by trading with us. Tell your friends about this exceptional offer! Save our cards; they are valuable. Phone No 3 f\NCE you have bought ^ Eversharp you incur no furtherpencil expense except the insignificant cost of Eversharp Leads. A single supply of these leads, made especially to fit Eversharp Pencils, lasts months and months. Eversharp quickly pays for itself. And, remember, it lasts a lifetime! Be sure you get...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

THE CANADIAN HOOBD — — —f- VOLUME 28, NUMBER 32. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921 I1 ? 1— SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAH Citizenship Enjoys Travel .::C|*er New Red Deer Bridge Sunday Numbers of Canadian folks drove over the Red Deer bridge Sunday and made an excursion trip into the country beyond. It was the first time that about nine- ty-nine per cent of our citizens had ever been on the land west of ' the Red Deer and it is safe to say that the road will be traveled quite often in the future. The country beyond the Red Deer is much bet- ter land than most people sup- posed, and in a few years there will be numbers of farmers on the v.est side of Red Deer. There is a much larger per cent of tillable land there than the general re- port gives credit for, and the road with a little work will be a fairly good one. The Record predicts that some day in the future the road will be a busy thorofare and the Red Deer bridge will carry traffic from a distance of thirty m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

p%« -iijfS- Pli tffi |s;:; I Call! Copyright 1920 Hart Sihaffifcr & Marx ONLY TWO MilHI of our big Price! Slashing sal§ij|c>f Clothing, Shoes, Shirts,: 'Hatsri^l^« ^ftai^evd^^8^^^^pglMp^K?--aU? at, One- Sale positi|e|| poses S^MM^gfet,' May 14. You can't afford to let this sale close without buying to supply your needs for several months for this is perhaps the only Genuine One-Half Price Sale ever put before you. We are sacri- ficing our big stock of Men's Wear and you will have to come at once to get the benefit of the sale prices, for we positively close the sale Saturday night. Come in today and buy your clothes I u MBMMWMMMI + HIGHWAY INSPECTED D. J. Young, president of the D- C-D highway association, W. A Palmer, secretary-manager, 6am Isaacs, E. J. Pickens and Wil} Crow returned Tuesday afternoon from Childress and intermediate Joints on the D-C-D highway [essrs. Palmer and Pickens went dowji Monday and Messrs. Young Isaacs and Crow left the Denver train at Childress e...

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