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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

. I • ■ J '' ' J. • .. / II IP V rood lold my HAV/E WEYO Your Signature, name and address on re- cord at the Citizen's State Bank proclaims you to be a man of business identity ; with- out it you have none. There is a feeling of confidence and self- respect, which is a companion to the man who owns a checking account. The value of an endorsed check as a re- ceipt makes the most impressive banking storv ever told. THE B&NK THAT B&CKS THE STOCKMAN W.C.ISA&CS, PREST. SAM ISAACS , V. PREST GX. ADDISON , CASHIER Canadian , Texas W. C. T. U. NEWS Our weekly meeting May 4th was attended by a goodly number, the president presiding. Mrs. Heotie read the Scriptur.e lesson; Mrs. Carver- voicing, an earnest prayer; Song, "Win a Million Members," Mrs. Whatley, pianist; this lady gave us two charming piano numbers nlso; "Mother's bay," an interesting article read by Mrs. Jeptha Todd; "Woman, tht! Guardian of National Life," by Mrs. Isaacs, all enjoyed. The first Wednesday in the month...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

■Rj „ .-ss,sr -iu fi'P- i IS mm' 1 § | aL'v ' '.ffB hif «§V^v* --, •* '• ^ ii *-v - '«* "**• %•' V* v--J ,.. -^k ,1* ' s<fc::" *,we$P 4*?iir' '-o— „ *. w-' • * !H . I. arW^#- $\Sri-$ ft ■ m * mm, ?- N ' r-. • I • II • i F' II P. i ' I; §i j- wi >. wf- I' i- ■S-'v f;'f fa- f; & * IS gfiffl W' v « tf ,i • £?CJ •• ^SilK I'? * is i, Pig si iiL'I PsmhI of a vote in Central Texas. ■ ®® ^ innilfflr „ West Texans pay annually afl 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- aadian, Texas, as second class ■all matter. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921 The carnivals are making some of the neighboring towns. Any town that knows anything about a carnival will put the "No admit- tance" sign out for them. They take money out of a town, give no real entertainment in return, and every form of immorality known follows them. Doctors can tell better than any other authority just what foll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

'M LOCAL and PERSONAL if . 0. Bu^kner w<?s up from Lub- ck the first of the week. Mrs. E. II. Fowler of Amanllo is visiting Mrs. A R Stewart. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. Special sale of muslins and ta- ble linens at the B. M. B. Mercan- tile Company Saturday and all week. at Miss Armsted of Boulder, Colo., visited Miss Abbie Hevron in this city Sunday. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. You can save money on hosiery at, Gerlach s Variety Store. Thos. H. Black of Wichita, Kan- sas, was in Canadian over Sunday visiting old friends . Oak Krohler Kodavs, the finest duofold on the market, for only $45 at the Wood Furniture Store. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room 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 card from Harold B. Reed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

* a r US? ■ fe lillSfc BANK STATEMENTS No. 130 Official statement of the finan- cial condition of the CANADIAN STATE BANK at Canadian, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 28th day of April, 1921 published in the Canadian Record a newspaper printed and publish- ed at Canadian, State of Texas on the 12th day of May, 1921. RESOURCES l^oans and discounts, personal or collateral $ 296,359.90 Loans, real estate 26,614.04 Overdrafts 1,562.59 Bonds and Stocks 1,669.75 Real Estate (banking house) 7,636.3f Furniture and Fixtures 3,153.55 Due from other Banks and Bankers, and cash on hand __ __ 37,478.43 Interest in Depositors' Guarahty Fund 5,230.70 Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund l,087.5a Other Resources 12,592.37 TOTAL $393,385.26 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $ 52,000.00 Surplus Fund 28.000.0C Undivided Profits, net 19,145.85 Individual Deposits, subject to check 137,660.23 Time Certificates of De- posit 85,865.31 Cashier's Checks - 956.13 Bills Payable and Re- discoun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

I . JO. 227 meets J Monday |at 7.30 ill. Via- t H Sec'y. kpital is Jsion rNT fgeons I'aylor M Nfc 5 p. m. Mione 83 )4 |m.d. il Bank |00 p. in. lence 72 >ER I F. Ry. Jo p. m. Ument D. s. lilding lent of it" ER B irts Sstate llding IW flection; lor such page and le Legis- Imarking |inst the Article iting to le mem- |he State oppoae I to mile- ibera of rase by bds "for In 24 of Ition re- Jdiem of Jature of the re- | be pub- rding to cast at |he votes provid- bf the a* le maxi- Jhall be- Jcompen- |eived by oh and January. N other- |the com- be paid ie State approjpr Thous- so much sary is of any t other- purpose xpense9 publica- and the der. PLES, >f State. * 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. H^lBarber & Co. GEM, TEXAS With Our Rural Correspondents e ZYBACH ITEMS Everyone is busy planting their crops. There are two bla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 May 1921

1 ' W'1 J'lp tl. . $:> r it®? ft' ft pgsj* • J" ! WJ PiS: 4H Fourth Annual Sale of DELL D. BROWNBACK'S S1LVERCREST Herefords HARDTNER, KANSAS Tuesday, May 1 71 h FIFTY FAMOUS FEMALES FIFTEEN HERD BULLS Sixty Five Head of the Best the World Affords A Really Wonderful Collection of the Richest Breeding and Strongest Individuality. Conditions of the past few months but emphasize the necessity of good pure-bred live stock on the farm. We must do all things better than we have in the past. Farmers and young Breeders are earnestly invited to attend this sale, inspect the cattle carefully and take ad- vantage of present-day opportunities to purchase animals of real breeding merit. More value is obtainable today than ever before in the history of the pure-bred livestock industry. TERMS—A credit of six months will be granted to those so desiring, notes to be bankable and draw 8 per cent interest from date. A discount of 5 % will be allowed for cash payment. TO BEGINNERS-t-To every beginne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

>r THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 33 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,MAY 19, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAB c. of C. Is Enthusi- astic for Elk City D-C-D Convention i>hich enthusiasm marked the regular meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night at which time considerable attention was given the coming annual con- dition of the D-C-D highway at Eik City, June 7-8. The impor- tance of sending a large delega- tiCij; from Canadian was empha- sized by several speakers and it v. iii unanimously agreed that every store, bank garage filling station, hotel, cafe, lumber yard, elevator, law office, in short, every business in town shonld send a car to Elk City, all bearing "Cana- dian 1922' in order to get the fifth anual convention of the D-C-D highway Association to meet in Canadian, the birthplace of the organization. R. H. Stone made the motion that we make an effort to get the convention and it car- ried with a whoop. Ladies are especially invited to make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

fe Q Commencement Sermon DELIVERED MAY 15 PROGRAM Song "Holy, Holy, Holy" Congregation Invocation Rev. W. L. Swinney "Awake Thou That Sleepest" Stainer Choir Scripture Rev. E. D. Morgan "List the Cherubic Host" Gaul Chorus Sermon Rev. Roy Rutherford "Hark, Hark, My Soul" Shelley Choir Benediction Rev. W. H. Terry Graduation HELD MAY 20 PROGRAM Invocation Rev. E. D. Morgan 'Morning Invitation" Veazie Double Quartet Salutatory ____ Margaret Parsell -Starlight Love" Denni Quartet Valedictory Hazel Wiggins "Moonlight and Music" Pinsuti Double Quartet Address Hon. E. J. Pickens Presentation of Diplomas Superintendent Benediction Rev. W. H. Terry WILL MEET IN CHATTANOOGA Many Matters Related to Future Work Will Come Up for Consideration at the Annual Convention May 12 to 18. DR. E. Y. MULLINS President Southern Baptist Theologi- Ml 8emlnary, Who is' Touring South. Following the close tif the second JTear of the Baptist 75 Million Cam- paign April 30. several thousand mes- sengers from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

■gai * T 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 GEM, TEXAS tlery of those days was known far and wide. Remember Mother's meeting, May 25, when members and new members will be cordially wel- comed and a good program given) the principal topic, "Mother." Come out and do honor to the best mother that ever lived—your mother. A few whose names were sent in to the State Convention, still owe dues. Come prepared to pay same please, also a few small' amounts owing for bazaar artic- les. Would like for all of those to be paid up this month. June 1, reports and other busi- ness will be heard. W. C. T. U. NEWS Our weekly meeting, May llr was attended by a goodly number, including four guests, the presi- dent presiding. Mrs. Carver conducted the de- votionals, which consisted of six verses of the 9th Chapter of Acts, a few deli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

PI ,! . § 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 Ball matter. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921 In Kansas there are nineteen colleges, seventeen are Christian colleges and only two are secular. There are several holes in the laws for the enforcement of the Prohibition amendment but Con- gress is taking steps to chink them all up. __________________ William D. Heywood wires from Russia that he will return from that Eden to serve his term in the Federal penitentiary immediately after the third International con- vention. Germany claims she cannot pay the Allied demands, yet in 1920, it ic reported, that country consumed 10,000,000 bottles of champagne and bet $5,000,000 on races. There is a difference between "cannot" and "will not." The improvement work on the Santa Fe division yards in Cana- dian continues, and track foreman. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

3®s®aji our pnib |ach, I. ['ear |i na- 31 LOCAL and PERSONAL Last call in Frank Rathjen's add. See it in another column. Graduation gifts for the young men at Everybody's. lu Se- idell. Iierd INo. re- ?rn- |and Call Ian <i |l at [BY :or- GY ell: Irm, |esi- )ps. lom, Told TS. (the lied, lon- pre- vnd Last call in Frank Rathjen's add. See it in another column. A large variety of lightweight underwear for men at Everybody's. Shirts with collars attached for dress, at Everybody's. Last call in Frank Rathjen's add. See it in another column. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Siiop. Oak Krohler Kodavs, the finest duofold on the market, for only $45 at the Wood Furniture Store. Just received a big assortment of high grade silk skirts in white and colors. The Fair Store. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. Day old chix ready for delivery, Mond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

pi?/;' Hg Washita Valley Herefords FOR SALE 15 TWO-YEAR-OLD BULLS 45 ONE-YEAR-OLD BULLS For Size, Quality, Bone and Flesh With Our Rural Correspondents • • • • • these are ever sold, the times. the best bulb I have Prices according to R. T. ALEXANDER! GEM, TEXAS GEM Dear folks: Are ou wondering why there was no letter last week? Well honestly, when L saw my last one in print, it was so lengthy, I fell you were deserving a rest, so 1 tried my best not to hear anything worth telling. One thing I want to say, tho rather tardy, is thai Bro. Wells of Miami filled his ap pointment here Sunday, May 1st preaching at 7.30 p. m. to a nice little congregation. And the airplane came Tuesday! I could not take in all the show but saw the big bird sail ove: many times. The following list of those who rode was handed mc by a Gemite. The little girls were Gladys Thomas, Evelyn Harden "Bob" Henderson, Elizabeth Bar^ ber and Elva McCleery. The boyd were Donn Manning, Amos Buck- ner, Oscar Parrott, Har...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

•> '« M I 4- IB WE YD Your signature, name and address on re- cord at the Citizen's State Bank proclaims you to be a man of business identity; with- out it you have none. There is a feeling of confidence and self- respect, which is a companion to the man who owns a checking account. The value of an endorsed check as a re- ceipt makes the most impressive banking story ever told. MAY MORNING By MOLLIE MATHER. THE SA/VA THAT BACKS TH€ ^TOCfCMAM W.C.ISAACS, PREST. SAM ISA ACS , V. PREST G. L. ADDISON , CASHIER Canadian , Texas JAMISON SAYS LOCAL PRESS GETS RESULTS "Advertising in your local pa- per, represents the minimum of cost and the maximum of sservice and returns," said Frank R. Jam- ison in addressing the Panhandle Hardware and Implement Associa- tion at the second day's session/ this morning on the subject, "Mak- ing Business by Advertising." "The greatest business develop- er in the worldis advertising," he said. "Why is it that when you go to buy chewing gum that you buy th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 May 1921

' V* • ' u -K « « * • • • * With Our Rural * * ' Correspondents 9 • ••••••• GAG Ell Y • • Estel Powell spent Saturday night with Alvis Reeves in the Center neighborhood. Mr. Will Taylor, Mr. Harnes and Mr. Jones met Mr. J. A. L. Taylor ir Shamrock Saturday morning. Mr, J. A. L. Taylor was returning from Wichita Falls, Texas. Margie And Madge McGuire went to Canadian Monday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Van Sickle a week. Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Miss Blanche, and Mrs. W. A. Hen- r.ington and little Lois Fay visited Mrs. Barker and daughter, Miss Maye, Wednesday 'afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Steen and daughter, Mary, visited Mrs. Lon Teeter Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hennington were Canadian callers Saturday. Messers. John and Lloyd Fran- cis and Hurvel Lowrie and Tom Barker visited in the John Wright home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lell Dent and son. I.yle. and Mr. and Mrs. Powell and children spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. Igo's. Mrs. Beal and daughter, Oneta, and Hester Ruby ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 June 1921

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 35. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 2, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAH Aged Man Near Gem in Dying Condition Shot Himself in Mouth P. H. Loomis, justice of the P^ace, and Will Crow, county at- torney were called last Satur- day evening to the Frank Tram- niell ranch about eight miles cast of Gem, to hold an inquest * over the body of G. M. Kennedy, who was reported to have taken his own life that afternoon be- tween four and five o'clock. They returned a verdict of sui- cide, the evidence showing that the man had shot himself in the roof of the mouth with a .22 cali- ber pistol which he had owned to shoot rabbits with. Kennedy had been sick about a month with bronchitis, and Dr. Carey of Rankling, Okla., was at- tending him. He informed Ken- nedy that he could live only a short time, and Kennedy begged to be given morphine to put him to sleep until the end came. The doctor informed him that he could not, as his heart was so weak ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 June 1921

The Latest Official Map of the D-C-D Galveston to Boulder aive A* f>AHO BOULO t CaDENVE* nivf2 SPRINGS :© GRAY ft^^MOBEETlt WHEELER AH Iff/ EttK f,x chiioreSSTB^^-v r nuMAmX<cAt^A.n A C BQMQBf. HE MEXICO 77?3fe PADUCAH- yu^N^ THfUe ASPERM' AK>OY jgj± SWEETWATE-R. M. $ * mm<*? (AfctAS- reg laifi^*y f/ />*so rtnma enms BLACK WELLM(j BROHTEjjtf^ V.^Wfairfield ^Kbuffalo W Hkbcenter* •J1 pLuanicni iJl SftN fiNGELO efryj 0* ' CENTERVILLE DISONVILIi UNTSVILLE NtWWMtRcf WIUIS I H iTESS £i oo#Aoo^imjjfcV~ sono/^4^P *> \ ONROE oet Rto GAQ.VE , to Cahadialll Ball Hold* You 8pallbound. In the temple of Chloe.fn, at Ky- oto, Japan, i« a wonderful bronze hell ■aid to weigh 100 torn*: and when Its mellow boom Is heard the pedestrian stands Htlll and the workman pauses to listen, the vibrations being felt over a large area. It has no tongue, but the end of a wooden beam, suspended horizontally, swings against the braz- en mass. There are only two larger bells In the world, that of...

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

I "On to Portland by 1925" PROGRAM Fourth Annual Convention D-C-D HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION Elk City, Oklahoma ^ ^ I ^ ^ > FIRST SESSION Tuesday Afternoon, 2.30 o'Clock ELKS CLUB ROOMS Registration of Delegates. Convention Called to Order President D. J. Young Invocation Rev. J. A. 1 racy Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Elk City Music H'£h Scll0°l Orchestra Address of Welcome Mayor S. t. Brown, Elk City Responses: For Colorado R. L" Christy, Lamai President Colorado Division of D-C-D For Kansas__W. C. Washburn, Vice President, Elkhart For Oklahoma C. G. Wattson, El Reno For Texas Judge C. C. Small, Wellington Appointment of Committees on Resolutions, I* inance, Auditing and Constitution and By Laws. Annual Address Rev, Chas. W. Estes Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Hobart Music High School Orchestra Address "Colorado, the Playground of the World" Mr. E. E. Jackson, Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Springs Address "The Scenic Attractions of Southwestern Oklahoma" Hon. Frank R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 June 1921

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas l> V L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published - Every Thursday Suhacription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ■ail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921 The annual meeting of the Pan- handle-Plains Chamber of Com- merce will be held in Amarillo June 3rd. The item turned to the Record last week about a case of small- pox is now declared to us to be a misrepresentation in fact and toto, that the gentleman does not have smallpox at all. Automobile manufacturers are leading the way to lower prices/ The Ford, the Chevrolet and the Overland have all in turn an- nounced a big reduction in prices and this may be a good indication cf the way prices on commodities will be before the summer is over. The railroads are asking for a reduction in wage scales. The Buick has an advertisement in the Record announcing new and lower prices. Verily, this is the day of in- novations. "Cap" Mitchell, e...

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

7# LOCAL and * PERSONAL * Geo. D. Smith, Santa Fe elec- trician, is working in Sweetwater. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. In this week's Record there is a real saving offered you. See B. M. B. add. "Something new all the time," is how we want to impress our trade and we are kept busy these ► days of re-construction. The B. M. B. Co. The Fort Worth Record con- tained about a half of a column Monday devoted to the production by the seniors of the Fort Worth high school of the play, "Tootsie's Husband." The names of J. 0. Wooten, I.. A. McAdams, C. S. Hayne, Coke Oliver and C. L. Baskett ap- pear in the list of Shriners ini- tiated at the Khiva ceremonial at Amarillo last Thursday. There were 161 Novices initiated at the ceremonial. See that fine 4-piece oak bed room suit for $98 at the Wood Furniture Store. ON TO ELK CITY! With every 25c that you spend with us we will gi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 June 1921

RUNAWAY WHEEL FROM CAR CATAPULTED OVER ANOTHER CAR Curious things happen to all mortals, and "Red" Smith, auto- mobile taxi man between Here- ford and Canyon, is thanking his lucky stars that on Monday night he was carrying in his pocket the left hind foot of a brindle cotton- tail rabbit, caught in a graveyard at midniight, in the dark of the moon. , .Mr. Smith was guiding his Buick just outside of Canyon headed for home after meeting the night train. His speed was ftbout twenty miles per hour. Coming toward him down the road roared a big Marmon car, with wire wheels, speed about forty miles per hour. A short distance ahead one wheel on the M&rmon wabbled loose from the speeding car and streaked down the road toward the Buick. The Marmon plowed along a short way and stopped without injury. Smith turned into the ditch to avoid hitting it—and met the rUshlhg wheel head on. It struck the Buick's front fender square- ly in the middle, bent the fender back into the front springs, le...

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