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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

i W. C. T. U. NEWS Our weekly meeting June 15th was called to order by the presi- dent, with a goodly number of members in attendance, and five visitors with us. The program, an excellent one, had been pre- pared by Mrs. Jeptha Todd, who is chairman of the Flower Mis- sion superintendents, for this our Flower Mission program, post- poned from the week before. Mrs. Jeptha Todd presided thruout the meeting. Mrs. Cureton read the scripture lesson, and offered one of her in- spiring prayers. A song by the Union, Miss Opal Tepe at the piano. Roll was called, and read- ing of minutes of previous meet- ing by the secretary. i An interesting reading, "The Story of Two White Carnations," by Mrs. Ammons; two vocal solos by Herbert Hext, Miss Opal Tepe accompanist, were thoroly enjoy- ed, as was the singing by the Misses Owens, with Mrs. Nix accompanist. Mrs. Nix favored us with two readings, "How It Happened," one of Riley's poems, and "I want to (Jo Where Mamma Is," in her charming manner. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

'! • I IB • \'rv\ 'lie Canadian Record C inadian, Hemphill County, Texas I P. Loomia, Editor and Publisher I -iblished Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.06 Entered at the poetofllce at Ca- t «dian. Texas, aa second elass * all matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921 Harvest on the North Plains started with a rush last week but was held up a few days by the rains. Monday morning every able bodied citizen was almost drafted for service, so great was the call for harvest hands. The rainfall for the month of June up to Monday morning had amounted to 10.20 inches. A big) rain fell Saturday night and an- other one Sunday night. This country will have to change its crop standard to rice if this keeps up much longer. The Wheeler TJews-Review Is again on the Record's desk after an absence of several months, following the fire which destroy- ed, the Old plant. Messrs. J. F. Duhkle and J. D. Merriman, Jr.. are the publishers of the * new News-Review. The Record hopes that the new paper wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

V* 0 LOCAL and * PERSONAL * A large variety of Men's Sum-' + mer Underwear at Everybody's, Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. Trunks and Suit Cases, real values, at Everybody's. Harvest hands in their jitneys are coming in hunting work. Alfalfa Hay for sale and de- livered.—Wm. Baker. Phone 11. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. Long Black and White Silk Gloves, good quality, at Every- body's. Miller's Auction will not com- mence until June 29th at 2.3Q o'clock p. m. Special Matinee at the Pas- time Friday and Saturday at 2.30 o'clock p. m. Dress Shirts, collar attached, in plain and colors, at Every- body's. Special Matinee at the Pas- time Friday and Saturday at 2.30 o'clock p. m. R. T. Pryor of Wichita, Kans., called on Albert Knollenberg in this city the last of the week. We will have seats for the ladies, and plenty of fans to keep you cool, at Miller's Auc- tion Sale. Mrs. Samples of Kansas City is visiting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

:mSri m ./ I P I M&p' ^ :C. <K I ■ i I traMl iM. IN PLEA FOB NEGLECTED MEN fhm Thousand Veterans From 1 •ion Rank* Art Explaining tit. MtijNi to Amertoan Peopla. Tkrw thoumod volunteer speakers from the ranks of tko American Le- (Ion In ererr John Thomas Taylor. WM-. >< - state are carrying by word- of-mouth to the American people the Legion's sto- ry of the "suffer- ing, shameful neglect and In* Justice" In the government's ad- ministration of the nation's debt to the disabled, which was con- tained In the for- mal memorial which the Legion has presented to President Wilson, President-elect Harding, and to all members of'congress. Probably never before In the history of the country baa such an army of orators been Mobilised to speak at the same time Wen a single test. The Legion aims t© present to the people of the United States the facte regarding the disabled In the same language as they were presented to tbe officials of the government The Legion's memorial wee carr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

iv * MAN'S BIG flH Wlien Adam delved and Kve «pun. the Action Unit nmn is incaf «l>l«- of housework was first estahiNliMl It would he lute'mMlfift to figure out ju*i how many foot pounds of energy mon have saved themselves, sinre ilie < roa tioo of tlie world, Ity |eer<iOK up ihf pretense Hihi h special kuark is re quired for washing dishes and for dusting, and I hat the knack Is wholly feminine. The pretense-of incapacity Is Impudent in its audacity, and yet It works, Heywood Brown writes IB IfcCall's Magazine. Men build bridge* and throw rail toads across deserts, and yet they con tend successfully that the job of «ng on a button is beyond them Ac- cordingly. they don't have to sew but tens. It might be «nld. of courcp dial the Mfety of suspension hrkigp? i« «o much more important than that of sus- penders that the division of labor is •nly fair, but there are many of « who have never thrown a railronrt in enr lives, and yet swagger in all i!>r glory of masculine achie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 June 1921

gap m llPi? rag r ■ f. \ \ r . ' ' Biifi 11 ; * With Our Rural * ® Correspondents GAGEBY Kenneth Ruby hauled corn to Canadian Thursday. . Mr. Jones went to Erick, Okla., last week and when he returned )a was accompanied by Mrs. ones' brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cotter. Mrs. Jim Steen's brother, Geo. Wooten, and Hugh Carter oi Oklahoma visited at the Steen home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Haralson and their sons arrived in this neigh- borhood last Friday to visit Mr. Haralson's sister, Mrs. Beal, and *ther relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenyon of Amarillo and Miss Mary Stickley Of Canadian visited in the John Simpson home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Williams took Mrs. Tom Haralson, who has been visiting in Pleasant Valley and this community for two weeks to White Deer Friday. Little Ivan Ollie Hennington Was very sick last week, but is up again at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hennington Visited Mr. and Mrs. Evans in the Corn Valley neighborhood Wednesday. Mr. Henn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

IrailAJi AfHAHIRECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 39. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YKAB 'It Body of Geo. H. Igo, y. Who Died in France, Received Wednesday The officers and members of 7y bach-Owens Post, American Legion, were called out Wednesr day to meet passenger train No. 22, due in this city from Amarillo at 3.10 o'clock. The body of Geo. II- Igo, a Canadian soldier boy 1llo died in a base hospital in France, was brought to this city on that train and under the escort of Sergeant-Major Collins from the headquarters of the Third Division, stationed at Little Rock, Arkansas. Twenty-seven ex-service men under command ofcE. C. Fisher, Post Commander, received the casket from the train. As many more ex-service men were present but not in uniform. The box con- taining the casket was draped with the Stars and Stripes, and v/hen the casket was removed from the box the Flag was placed around the casket as it was car- ried in true military style t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

|8| * iffir- H llfej Canadian W. C. T. U. Our usual pleasant Mothers Meeting nore m joyed an delightfu ^ As the were warm,. BWBi .. . hostesses of the afternoon, Mes dames Halsey, J, fr Sticldey. Ad- ■ the uaualJnwrr nan $&uf d 4*he 4t0aad tdMHL.. her no more. We revere her fjjWnory ifi ,taik,,, and prayer, as frell: a*. 5th9.se . of ;our deceased mprnbers, 24.,having .passed .over Use., river t be, i nearly 19> years fjjLhaye Jje^n>lorlga«iaodi.. i ■ A miWP hav«k..[ Uefln<<■,-> singularly Blessed the, .past;yes,V;i«',tlMit we rave'not lost any members by ##th, qlthftj.several„h4ve moved to «oth(*r; plapc*,, mu<Ji to, our.,ire* 2J$t- jr )* mitiS' •' '!) J: > i I! i '■% li in. u -uJ. WANTgQJ.UMN Box Sale;<<; Rentals,' Etc. Mhtea: One' t«rt a W«Td for one Mue; two> c<Mts; a Word for three "flies. No adfi for ''♦>*> thai} 25c jv ; •: RENT,, NI£$ HOUSEKiCEP- tfg roojpis. , : frowning ,.waten,etc-. SB--Block (\ft Jfl^'d.PWftefT-CaPl Zyba.cn,,rvv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

MriT OliveTJixon in iling, Okla., to See Scout Amos Chapman Mrs. Olive Dixon was on the train east bound thru Canadian Su!w% afternoon, going from Mi- ami to Seiling, Okla., where she hopes to see Amos Chapman, the only living participant of the Buffalo Wallow Indian fight of Sept. 12, 1874. Mrs. Dixon expressed several reasons for making this trip. She has a great desire to meet face to face with one of the men who fought with her-husband during one of the most trying experienc- es of his life, aai) she is gjbing to make a personal' appeal- to J^Ir. Chapman to come and decide defi initely the exact spot where the historic fight took place. I Filing to get Mr. Chapman to conif she has, a number of qufeS^ tions to ask him contenting the fight. Among the questions are, what type of guns were the men usjng that day and how far were the men apart when they first began to work their way ; up to the Wallow. ' ' j What make of guns were the Scouts using? Were they differ- ent from the, sol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

<;V. i \ i>'£; •The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texaf L. P. Loomifi, Editor and Publishei Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ■tail matter * "■ -" ' " " 1 ■* THURSDAY, JUNE 30, *921 A woman at Eastfind sued another for the sum of $30,()0C for alleged alienation of the af- fections of her husband. The jury awarded her a verdict o'J fl5,000. This is justice meted cut without the nasty way of re- acrting to homicide. A few ver- dicts like this and women will be wore careful about stealing some o<her woman's husband. We have heard that the wood bine twineth and the whangdoodle mournetH for her first born, but «e never exected to hear that fishermen had captured the fabled Mingaree. They say that ama- teurs at Corpus Christi captured a Ktingaree that weighed 250 pounds, was four feet across the buck and fifteen inches thick An the stingaree is not equipt •with pedal extremities...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

m * LOCAL and PERSONAL Alfalfa Hay for sale and de- livered.—Wm. Baker. Phone 11. Get your boy a pair of Oxfords for $2.98 at Everybody's. Our business is good. We thank you. Call again. Carter's Tailor Shop. 1. J. Tolleson of Amarillo is visiting his daughter, Mrs. R. O. Latta, for a few days. Miss Kathleen Sanders of Mem- phis, Tenn., is visiting her brother, J. W. Sanders, of this city. Just the thing for the Fourth! A beautiful Parasol. Where? Why, the B. M. B., of course. See window and be convinced. W. E. Murrell was in Amarillo Monday and Judge J. L. Jennings was in the drug store jerking soda water and rolling pills. | Notice! Our store will close at 9 o'clock a. m. Monday, July 4th—Independence Day. Make your purchases accordingly.— Studer's Market. Do not forget that Monday is the Fourth. Buy your Flags Decoration Crepe Paper, also Sparklers for the Kiddies now. —Gerlach's Variety Store. $1.98 will get a nice pair of ♦ Boy's Oxfords at Everybody's. Our business is good. We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

SSKW: UP fl.RU ABOUT TBKAfi AND* COW ^ tinwci ■ jf e ir.aiiy short expetiBivo wwaiona. It • jiugLt^ot^a^ child ,!n, 1M& clear, tfee .tax i*tg KSftl<Uw>i nothing; in 1920, $14.50. Taxable De increased. This would mean Texas: Area, 267,072 square e 440 acres. Population ill 19% 4,668,228, nd oiwjhalf times > 1880;|about 210,- 2gl.mi. increased fabric body of the lire It is recomraewJM (foot) brakes be spectlon. Any difference In adjtiftt- rit In brake drains pscov- ertij by jut-king up reurwtle s<> tliat whsi yrfL®" w* JT# start twf «nttnjdfceufrato tBe flutph. If «n brahes on# rip- wh$|l ljgvq|ve$ anff •ttli'otlK'f <1 <>«>§, not.wlr «NPonlS^'he<>R values, 1886, $170,005,545; in 19 1-2 times. tors, pre-, nant Gov e President; representa i of thei _ ■ cer$| he i called the speaker; all get equal I is the and liberal ? Ure. H><l that the service I Ajft informed citizen given occasional In- ^jirftrman of a just an* Form of words by m ents wjj^ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

, SI % m- PM& :i STEHLIN BRINGS BRIDE #1 W The curtain went- down on the Hist Bet then. 1 IpThe second aJF," som^"t|jFilhouto4, ShJrff;, a&ln. At} (I ive ry o ne W<>wQfct^Fiiaithe same direction.^* j Voter* were low, each wUloffering opinloiu hui ivaonfejras my- 4m jtuifhe or to l)e TOisflWil. trtnugtH^of ea<!h other, no one was left behind and no one was trampled upon, as had hap- pened In tjieilrst act. ri(TW a*a,n- "The third act," someone shouted.; Once more the (lltttain went up aijd TAerfctifffik ft as a sniall-slztjd world. Everyone was going this way' Id^tfu^.nhut rk>r perfect order, j ^Ndmle waif tiring to knock anyone j "Joe"' Stehlm, Brooklyn^-jjoljliq^off , fortune and hero of numerous air bat- j ties, Is home from the wars with a ; pretty English bride. Stehlin^Vho : holds n colo$Jl9 IcJnlifiJs&n ifc Ifli'e Lettish army, "married the new Mrs : Stehliii In l'urls recently, j p y - Daddys LvemiiH , a TJ jJz "The Sheet Qave Way." d049 J@4 ,l!ml tl n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 June 1921

SffeSI: '"W ifcas^ •#?'^ • <**«, .^,1 - .■ *# '*¥:*#- !aSKf'J:l#« ^6ls'!''?;t;:i ; I £fe BliK s«v; • •••••••••• • With Our Rural * • Correspondents ® • • • «•••••••• • • ZYBACH. A good program was rendered by the Epworth League Sunday night, which was attended by an unusual crowd. Miss Louise Helton, who has •pent the last two weeks with Edna Vance, returned to her home at Canadian Sunday. Lee Kiker, Herschel Grantham and Floyd Atherton left for the harvest fields Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Wakefield had for her guests the past week her mother, father, and sister. They left for Colorado Monday whertf they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Warren and their family spent Sunday at B P. Hooker's. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Donaldson and Audria Kiker spent Sunday afternoon at the home of T. C. Helton. Bonnie and Ida Lee Jenkins Winnie George. Frank Helton and Elbert Kiker took dinner Sunday at the Atherton home. Little Junior Hooker has been very ill for the past three weeks. We all hope he w...

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

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

«_ - mi** ^ $ m| j£|, - fv m I® SELLS PANHANDLE HERALD Lee Satterwhite, legislator and editor, has sold his Panhandle Herald to E. E. Manning and is out of the newspaper game for the immediate present, for he ia now in Austin attending the spec- ial session of the legislature. We can hardly imagine Lee out of the newspaper game. He is a great old scout and popular with the fraternity. As a valuable member of the legislature he has made an enviable record, being now chairman of the committee on appropriations, one of the most important offices in that body, and he is prominently mentioned as the next speaker of the house. The boys of the Pan- handle press will await anxiously to see what he has "up his sleeve." Lee and the Panhandle Herald are synonymous terms. Mr. Manning, the new proprie- tor of the Panhandle Herald, is well known in Amarillo where he has been for some time as the foreman of the Amarillo Daily News. He is a good newspaper- man and will be welcomed to the press in h...

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

Pttnti, I of «lei'trlc|tj T'^P Hiui ((, J sixc P'e elw'trlcn f* $0,000 fc ;"v vai\5 |e I'anhandlf l>n have rais- "it8 to 1,500 Mutual No icct the tost j of each in. le policy va|. 1)00 each, but lessment wi)i If. with l,50[i lill be neces- I two claims Jough money Ithout assess- Ir the third In 16 ant^.i I and living liami you can llutuals. Durrett o: neceesesar, % SAYS PANHANDLE BEST HOG FIELD OF THE WORLD The Amarillo Daily Tribune. "The Panhandle of Texas is the best hog raising country in the world," declared L. S. Palmer familiarly known as "Hog" Pai- t'JW, who left Amarillo early Thursday morning with fifteen carloads of hogs for California markets. Mr. Palmer owns and operates a ten acre hog ranch at Canadian and has been shipping the animals from that city for the past eleven years, lie has been in the hog I'iisiness for twenty-eight years and believes he has shipped more in.)'', than any oilier man of his JERSEY DAIRY FARM TO COST OVER HALF MILLION Crosbyton, Texas, June...

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

The Canadian Record uiiill Ommlj, !tm CwtoB Tlmn Li P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thurada: Subscription Price, the year $2 The per capita debt of Mexico > hnt nf thf United •Stater f2257 (irtTerfnaTTr **< >. Q'tai Bfltalii gaq. Jiiirt HDTWtX,im Att.^t4liWeA] of France $1,150. Who was said: "Poor bankrupt Mexico! it Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Te***r A* ««cond xlaw i^fpytorf; where *e,had been do ail matter. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921 J. E. Stephens,-. county judge, Walter A. Hornbeck of Sayre, has a communication in this Okla., has been engaged as sec- v.eek's Record that is of vital retary of the Chamber of Com-1 Interest to the people of Hemp- merce at Woodward. A few hill County. Judge Stephens years ago Hornbeck was in knee | merely lays the matter of the breeches and working for the ed- j county's situation before you itor of the ItecDrd on the Daily suggests a possible remedy, and iacon, Ujvotjgpe ®afrefman, aaifccarting o tfc^Urord«office t...

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

redeeming r~^—Illy ajitm«f]v Hicient to i>'« for the* ' .of water °f such itv an council I , Texas, { bond* of!*!.*? of Five Dollars ears after redeeming " Twenty '•earing Six (6) lyable an- tax .mi (tic. maturity, nstruction'i limits of held at City of he follow- hereby. ^ said elec- * presiding assistant t and A. held un- ipter 149, legisla- endments d voters, ayers of d to vote, s.u ppoi't e water- ' printed ds, "i<or i" Water- :ed shall pilots the J f Bonds |U voters proposi- Jcls, shall lllots the lince of Id those Inted on 'Against |or Sew- holding governed |regulat- signed |y, shall I of said favor is of the at the |ng said place 3ity, at Ihe date jublica- lyspaper lich has Jgularly lot less of Ca- |tade by week In thir- l f such ie seal this )OD, I Texas. k padian, ex'as. & £) « * LOCAL and • PERSONA L* * • y .*■; v. ' s .* . ■-■ • • ' ' • ' fc * * •"' * a '«■' *'• - Alfalfa Hay for sale and de- livered.—Wm. Baker. Phone 11. Our business is good. We thank you. Call...

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

ivv — £' fr HI S$l Snake Charmers of Ceylon at Work % 'Hnmy*****'--' -Vif V/> _ .„. ' 7j®s$r ML. & ** Destroyers lupmiw. **W« knew whenever a submarine left a Genua n port, and we kept track of It day by day until It re- turned home," nays Admiral William S. Sims, In the World's Work. "No U- boat ever pintle a voyage across the At In nt le wit limit our knowledge. The submarine was a slow traveler, and required a minimum of 30 days for .such a trip; normally, the time would be much longer, for a submarine on this.long voyage seldom cruises a I more than flv'a knots. Our destroyers and anti-submarine craft were much faster, and could easily cross tlx* Atlantic In ten days. It is, therefore, apparent that a flotilla of destroyers stationed in European waters could protect the American coast from ,submarines al- most as ."successfully as If it were Stationed at Hampton Roads or New- port." ^BS^ss^atBas.r m hit: Here is un unusually interesting photograph >>i three snake el...

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