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

W. C. T. U. NEWS All things combined, helped to make the Mothers' meeting of May 25, a most delightful one. An ideal day, a happy crowd, one hundred or more, an excellent program, tasty refreshments, etc. As members and guests arriv- , ed they were welcomed by the W * hostesses of the afternoon, Mes- darr.es Hoefle, Miller, Freeman, Rhea, Rathjen, Waldron, Abraham and Isaacs. Passing 011 to the pjirlors where the fragrance of carnations and roses filled the air, the former flown1 symbolic of Mothers' Day. the day we were celebrating. At the appointed time the meeting was called to order by the superintendent, Mrs. Newman. Mrs. White conductor! the devo- tionals which consisted of scrip- ture reading, some beautiful re- marks on the lesson which this dear woman is so capable of do- * ing, and a sweet prayer, praying for the one whose sweet face and voice we have so sadly missed at our meetings lately. Mrs. White came down from Miami to be present on this occasion, and we were truly g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 June 1921

• • • With Our Rura) Correspondent* • • • • • © ® • • • GAGEBY The correspondent was out of' paper last week so you will get the news of the two weeks past this time. Miss Novell© Howard was a Wheeler caller Saturday. Messers. John and Orville Francis, Elmer Ware and? Hur- vel Lowrie visited relatives and friends in Wheeler Tuesday of last week. Homer Steen spent Wednesday night at his father's, J. H. Steen's. Mr. Barker, accompanied by Mr. Dial and his daughter, Miss, Arlie Dial, went to Childress lant Friday. They returned Saturday, bringing Mrs. Dial and Miss Hel- en and Marshall with them. Mr. and Mrs. Lohberger and daughter, Dorthy, were Canadian callers Friday of last week. Leatrice Van Sickle of Cana- dian returned home with Margie and Madge McGuire last Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ruby of near Canadian spent last Satur- day night and Sunday with F. A. Ruby and family. Mr. and Mrs. Moorehead of the Washita neighborhood visited Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Steen one after- noon last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

it first page of the CANADIAN RECORD today it a reproduction of the Spi rain bound for San Francisco, which train was marooned in Canadian for a fen THE CANADL kVOLUME 28, NUMBER 36. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, BMBBBiiMISF jM Track Washout Holds Special New York Train in This City And T^tiiy Promi! nent Figures in Eastern Financial Circles Are Canadian Guests Tuesday Morning ss and pleasure was A week of heavV rains over the Canadian owes to the washout a! Mendota, fourteen miles south- v est of this city, the privilege of entertaining* as its guests one hundred sixty leading bankers, mjW'holesalers; and jobbers of New ^fcngland, New York, New Jersey Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, In- diana and West Virginia. These are the men and women who made up the Credit Men's Special, of the National Associa- tion of Credit Men, that started from New York City for San Francisco Saturday evening, June 4, on their way to the twenty- sixth annual convention to bq held at San Francisco June 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

BMB mm \J r LmbStm ofSalufactum V\Q) tiies and w weeks, Reductions ISSUES EXTRA Record office was put un- der a rather unusual task Tue«- w\ien the newspapermen on the New York special, headed by Major R. Gilder, managing edi- tor of the Credit Monthly, 41 Park Row, New York City, call- ed at the Record office and de- manded a Tuesday morning extnj for the benefit of the people on the Credit Men's Presidential train, which was marooned here Or. account of the flood waters on both sides. The racing Canadian Cutting off trains from the east, And the romping Red Deer«taking Out some track on the west. Thei o was a big crowd of people from the biggest town on the universe with nothing to read. The New York bunch bought the entire edition, of which the front page of the Record this week is a re- production of the front page of that issue, it being devdted most- ly to personals and local notes. Major Gilder is a fine fellow, a prince among men, and while the task badly demoralized the Rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

/ *KI ■A JAMISON RE-ELECTED AS SECRETARY OF P. P. C. C. ? . E. Finley of Pampa was eir-cted president of the Panhand- le-Plains Chamber of Commerce for the fiscal year beginning last Friday, when the annual meet- ing was held in Amarillo, and Frank R. Jamison was elected *e: retary-manager, and then in or: er to let him know that he is trr^man for the place he was or;ted treasurer also. The vice presidents are J. C. Pa-j-1 of Amarillo, Geo. Byers of! C.rendon, Lee Satterwhite o| Pr nhandle, W. T. Martin of Strat- ford and W. C. Dinwiddie of T-.ia. Hamlin Palmer of Amarillo was re-elected traffic manager. A. S. Stinnett, retiring presi- dent, spoke of the accomplish- ments of the organization, and five the West Texas Chamber of Commerce a severe arraign- ment. Porter A. Whaley, former- ly secretary of the Amarillo B:ard of City Development, is manager of the West Texag Chamber of Commerce. If a territory within a radius of 150 miles supports a Dallas in Eastern Texas, what are the po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

J. A. CHAMBERS' STORE ON THE DRY GOODS SIDE j All $2.50 Silks, for $1.98 per Yard CHANCE GROCERY 1 lb Wapco Coffee for 35c; 3 lbs for 95c 3 11) s to a Customer MITCHELL HAT SHOP 20% Discount on All Hats CANADIAN Hdw and FURNITURE Co. Coleman Lamps, make your home bright $6.39 THE MECCA "Green River," the Lime Drink Supreme 5c a Drink WHITE HOUSE LUMBER CO. Will Sell 20c Posts for 10c INDEPENDENT GROCERY CO. 25 oz. Health Club Baking Powder 20c ALBERT BERNSON'S GARAGE Fill Your Car with Gas at i7c MURRELL'S DRUG STORE V - . : t V : •.Vi; ilV"V< >> V'.'i ' Colgate's Turkish Bath Soap 10c Cake 5c CANADIAN BUICK COMPANY $5.50 Goodyear Service Repair Kit &f $2.75 CARTER'S TAILOR SHOP Double Rogers Coupons lor All Work j. C. BORN CONFECTIONERY 30c per lb Mixed Candy, Sales Day 20c lb ' CANADIAN SHOE SHOP Sole Leather at 50c a Pair ONE PAIR TO CUSTOMER CANADIAN RECORD New Subscriptions $1.25 NOT RENEWALS; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IS $2.0 Bargains in All Lines at MILLER'S JEWELRY SHO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

■ 'tfl jet RICH on a salary Lack uf merchants but especially with your banker. A policy of regular saving, persisted in, gives you capital '> with to take advantage of good opportunities when they come. BANK BANK B. M. B. MERCANTILE COMPANY Star Brand Work Shoe $2.70 and $4.50 pair Cinidttn DES DAY MlMIln led omer Li 216 s day 40c .NY 1 tomer noN >p K> und arge .v for CANADIAN Hdw and FURNITURE Co. IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT 5-8 Inch Brass Hose Bibb $1.00 B. M. B. MERCANTILE COMPANY BROWN MUSLIN at 12 l-2c per yard GERLACH'S VARIETY STORE High Grade Clear Glass 12-oz. Tumblers Regular Price $1.25; on Sales Day 89c a set MAIN CAFE Regular 50c Dinner for 35c BALDERSTON GRAIN COMPANY Will pay 10c per 100 lbs Premium for Kafir and Maize on Trades Day. WILL BAKER — TRANSFER Trunks Hauled This Day 25c FIRST NATIONAL BANK "SERVICE WITH COURTESY" E. S. SHOAF FURNITURE STORE Second Hatad Oil Stoves 1-3 Off MAIN MARKET Armour'f Pork and Beans: 25c value for 15c; 15c value 10c; 3 cans to a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

X GETTING READY FOR A BIGGER TRADES DAY EVENT m Trades Day, Wednesday las) week came right on top of the gully washing rain Tuesday night and the roads were in bad shape for the farmers and stockmen to come to town, but the merchants report quite a successful day nevertheless. Several merchants sold out of the items advertised. «nd booked orders to fill at the same pric« as soon as the goods can be received from the whole- salers. ' Everbody is enthusiastic foi the next Trades Day, Wednesday, June 15th, and the Record this week carries another big ad tell- ing about the bargains you can pick up that day. Read the ad. Tell your neigh- bors about it and come. This «vent will be a big one, and the bargains you can pick up will be more than worth your while. BIG CONVENTION ASSURED If it had not been necessary to put off the Elk City convention of the D-C-D highway which was scheduled for June 7-8, the at- tendance would have surpassed that of any other road convention that has been held...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

Mrs. Grace Spiller and her children, Clarice and Jamie, re- turned from Glen Rose, Texas, last Friday. Just received a large shipment of Shoes and Slippers at very reasonable prices. Come to us for your shoes. Every pair guar- anteed. The Fair Store. * What do you know about it! Shoes in Florsheim, Nettleton and Walk Over makes and nothing o\er $10. Just arriving this week new trunks and grips at very at- tractive prices. The B. M. B Mercantile Co. With every 25c that you spend with us we will give yod a card that is valuable. Ask about them. Carter's Tailor Shop. Mrs. W. A. Palmer went to Canyon Monday to take special work for several weeks in prep- aration for kindergarten teach- ing in Canadian next fall. Otto Studer arrived home Mon- day from Lebannon, Term., where he had just graduated from the Lebannon Law School. ^■e 'iffst Geo. D. Smith came home the of the week from Sweet- water wherie he had been doing some electrical work for the San- ta Fe. Roy E. Patneaud of Gagebv and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 June 1921

Let BlueBird be your laundress! Why don't yoa change washday into a Blue- Bird day and save $16a month washing expense, and save all that hard rub-board wear on your clothes, without adding one whit to your work. See what you save! Washday with laundress: Washday with BlueBird: Wages $2.50 Carfare 15 Meals 60 Electricity OS Total 83.25 Total *0.05 The whole purchase price of BlueBird is en- tirely paid for by this weekly saving alone. Prove this by free trial in your home! ' Arrange this free demonstration for your next washing day. old home, now one of the best * developed the most progressive sections of the Great Southwest, laying a narrow ribbon of high- way that is destined to connect the Gulf of Mexico and the Pa- cific Ocean, a highway that wil! from year to year grow greater and bring more and more thous- ands of people to see his loved Southwest as it is—the footstool of the universe and the garden spot of America. The story about Mr. Young, by the Two Buttes Sentinel, is n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

•«l *♦ Mtl mNAM&N REOO RD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 37. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 16, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Plans for New Date on D-C-D Convention Bigger Than Befj ore W. A. Palmer, secretary-gener- ic 1 manager of the D-C-D High- | way Association, gave out the following statement today: "The | postoonement of the annual con- | ven* n of the D-C-D Highway Association on account of rains ! was unavoidable. The postpone- Irr.ent does not mean that the in- terest of the people along the | line of the highway is in any way | abated. We propose to make the convention bigger and greater I than ever. The cxact dates have not been fixed, but will be an- il nounced in a few days. The dates twill probably be between July 7 and 14th. I ask the people along , the D-C-D to keep this convention [I in mind and send delegates td Elk City without fail. "This convention will be the most important one heretofore held by the association. Since the convention was put off, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

1 i I W.tT. U. NEWS Our weekly meeting June 8th vas attended by only a few mem- bers. The Flower Mission pro- gram was postponed on account ox the funeral of Noah Samples taking place at that hour. The president called the meeting to crder, Mrs. John Isaacs reading the 24th Psalm, the Lord's Pray- er repeated, roll called by the secretary, minutes of previous meeting read, etc. The president spoke of the sor- row that had come to our mem- bers, Mrs. Samples and Mrs. Nor- man Wood, our sympathy going out to them and the other rela- tives, praying God to comfort them as only He can, and ap- pointed a committee to draw up suitable resolutions on the death of the son and brother. A vote of thanks was given the Fair Store for the many nice fans they presented us recently, thru Mrs. Abraham. A very welcome gift and one truly appreciated. We have received fans from the B. M. B. Mercantile Company and fiom the Yeager Grocery Com- pany but they have a way of dis- appearing, yet we are gratef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

Si M Id. I l U a a |e novel Imusical |mri for him to ted. fpital [NT (eons |)lor Bank l^n.. hone 83 I.D. Bank gH ICS 71 >. S. - v3 Infant Morrison Child Accidently Killed by Striking Head on Chair ^.The infant child, twelve months "a; of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Morri- son, who live on the Moody place, was accidently killed today at noon by striking its head on a chair. The little one was on Mrs. Morrison's lap and threw back its head playfully, the head striking the back of the chair, and the little one died in five minutes. The funeral will be held at Miami tomorrow. The sympathy of the good people of Canadian is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Morrison in their sorrow. Th is was indeed a severe blow to them, and a very sad accident for the entire community. SPECIAL SESSION The committee on the county f.tir project conferred with G. A. Powers, county agent, and de- cided to recommend the holding ol' a county fair this coming fall. A special session of the Chamber of Commerce is hereby called...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

* V ■' "*<*' Ripr 1|W 114. 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 postofflce at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class nail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1921 The south half of Union and the east half of Mora counties, New Mexico, have been made into a new county called Harding with the county seat at Mosquero. | Railroading is not our busi- ness, but if we were on a train like those at Pueblo at the bridge and a romping, roaring river came down gradually creeping higher into the coaches we would make an effort to back out of those yards. Verily the life of the slacker is going to be a rocky one from here out. America has laid her pride away in lace and old linen and is boosting for Carpentier, the Frenchman, to win from, Dempsey. All because Carpen- tier was a true patriot and sol- dier and Dempsey was a Slacker. The Oklahoma Commerce Com- mission has ordered a red...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

O S tne |ight See I you liber the LOCAL and PERSONAL I J. Young was in Fort Worth anc Dallas this week on "business. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. " Ituselman writes from Ft C'oJiins, Colo., with a subscrip- tion for the Record. L'.oking for Jones? He'll be at the baseball park next Tues- day afternoon from four o'clock on Benefit Baseball Game, new City League Park, Tuesday, June 21. at 4.00 o'clock. We'll meet yon there. G. L. Addison is in Amarillo this week serving Uncle Sam as a rr,ember of the petit jury in the Federal court. Virgil Harrison came- in last week from Wichita Falls, not hav- ing located since selling his open air cold drink stand in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nippold, for- merly of Canadian, Texas but late of Pauls Valley, Okla., ar- rived in Shattuck the past week to make their home. Mr. Nippold will be in the employ of Gerlach- Higgins Milling Company.—Shat- tuck Monitor. MONEY TO LOAN.—I havf mor.ey to loan on choice imp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

siifc ♦ V„ 'Hi! ■ w,, • — * iisi PX: m-: Sitlil: m # mi m ABOUT TEXAS AND 5 CON- STITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Texas: Area, 267,072 square miles, each mile 640 acres. Growth since 1886: Population 1886, 711,399; in 1920, 4,663,228, increased six and one half times School children, 1886, about 210,- 000; in 1920, 1,271,157, increased € times. Foundation laid for free Education of each child in 1886, nothing; in 1920, $14.50. Taxable values, 1886, $170,005,545; in 19 1-2 times. Legislature: 31 Senators, pre- sided over by the Lieutenant Gov- ernor; he is called the President of the Senate; 142 representa- tives; they elect one of their members presiding officer; he is called the speaker; all get equal pay. . i An informed citizen is the guardian of a just and liberal government. Below under "Form of Ballot." will be found the words by which the five amendments will be rep- resented and the order in which thev will anpear on the "official Ballot." The "Explanation oft the Amendments" printed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

m W0 DR. J. B. GAMRRELL DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS w mm fM- " m 'M: i TAIT AND GOBEN'S EXECU- TION POSTPONED TO JULY 15 I alius, June 10.—Dr. J. B Cambrell, retired president of the Southern Baptist Convention, died at the home of his daughter here today. He was 79 years of age ar)a had been ill since February. He was a noted southern Bap- tist educator and had served as professor in various southern Ba; tist theological institutions He was many years the editor o$ th> Baptist Standard at Dallas. He had lived in Dallas 23 years. He is survived by two sons and three daughters. I r. James Burton Gambrell sor.i of Joel Burton and Jane El- vira Gambrell, was born in An- derson, S. C., August 21, 1841. In the following year Jm parents moved to Mississippi, where he was reared on a farm, receiving an education at the country school. Young Gambrell entered the Co-federate army in hia twen- tieth year, serving 28 months in the Army of Virginia. Most of his service was as scout under Gen. Ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 June 1921

fV ■& mi & jpj$,' ill: lip IPI s:' • life m + ••••••••••• With Our Rural * Correspondents * BUSINESS is to render the compnunity an efficient, up to date elevator service. We maintain a market for your grain at prevailing market prices every day of the year. • • • ZYBACH To Our Farmer Do not allow your grain to be wasted by letting the BULL WHEEL on your HEADER slip in the mud. We will sel| you a 3-horse power FAIRBANKS MORSE type Z KEROSINE ENGINE to operate your Header, when the Bull Wheel Slips, and we will take your note for the Kerosine Engine to mature when you thresh your wheat. CANADIAN HARDWARE and FURNITURE COMPANY 'j ilk- Yes, we've had some rain. We have had just about what we needed, but some of us have our crops washed out and covered up making il necessary to do a lot of replanting. Mr. and Mrs. John Rehn are the proud parents of a son, to whom they have given the name of Elmer. Leonard and Elbert Zybach -came out from Canadian Tuesday on their bicycles to" vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

Msi *4 THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 38. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 23, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION 92.00 THE YlBAR July 13-14 Selected as Time of D-C-D 1921 Meeting at Elk City July 13-14 are the dates select- ed for the Fourth Annual Con- vention of the D-C-D Highway ^Association at Elk City, Oklaho- ma, according to an announce- ment made Saturday by D. J. Young, president, ajjd W. A. Pal- mer, secretary and general man- ager of the D-C-D Highway As- sociation. R. L. Christy of La- mar, president of the Colorado Division, has approved these dates. Notwithstanding the post- ponement of this convention from the June date on account of the excessive rains, the officers of the organization are determined to make the convention a greater success than the reports indi- cated that the June meeting would have been. During the laBt few days the secretary's office in Canadian has received a great many letters from different towns on the sys- tem assuring him that there ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

I. . B Wit ' Ifil; * Kj M'. -. fe'v'!' mr<- MANY IMPORTANT NATTERS AT SPECIAL MEETING C. C. C. The attendance at the special session of the Chamber of Com* merce was light Tuesday night on account of the rain, but several matters of importance were dis? cussed. The County Fair. The report of the committee on the Hemphill County Fair was received. The committee recom- mended a fair this coming fall, and asked that the premium fund be placed at $500 for the flrst, fair. A suitable site and quar- ters can be obtained and the com- mittee asked that the Chamber of Xraimerce take up the matter and nelp finance it. The report was favorable re- ceived at this special session and a recommendation made that the matter be taken up more fully and also definitely at the regular meeting on July 12. The Chautauqua Dates. The Chautauqua dates asked by the chautauqua people were an- nounced as July 29 to August 2. Employment Bureau Named In a desire to be of service to the wheat raisers the meeti...

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