ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Canadian Record, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 35,371 items from Canadian Record, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
35,371 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 July 1921

Mis. BETTIE A. SMITH mim y ■... p.-- *A,) i® dian W. C. T. U. n account of the military fun- I held Wednesday, June 29, mr meeting was not called to «rder until 4.30 p. m., with sever- al^ n attendance, including three visitors. Mesdames Simmons and Isaacs > fcad prepared the program which was rendered as follows: Mrs. Morgan read the 11th chapter of Ecclesiastics and two verses of the 12th chapter, with her usual good prayer, referring touchingly to the sorrowing ones who had just seen confined to hie last resting place the son and brother, George Igo, the third of our soldier lads to be laid away in our Canadian cemetery. Roll called. A beautifully se- lected trio by Mesdames Murrell, Simmons and Chas. Stickley de- lighted those present, and hope to hear these ladies again soon. Two musical numbers by Helen and Thelma Wiseley were greatly enjoyed, Helen with the violin accompanied by Thelma on the piano. These young girls show decided talent, and will welcome them on the progra...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 7 July 1921

V • . # : 1 ' V • nm&Ho ^•i ii,,,«n<t <«* w Filr''fifiHAt- s .« r . If^l ' A Uk A illA MAO /la UIA • s^'www: gaarMih sra J •- ■ -«* •>«* >%* tfamama® vfemmy. •««# ^fsanfw# :# #«'* *'i ;tf lit? 5-mk ' •tttfNKSSHH •:a"';' ^' 'y^ iteO mbW||H|| Mutant) siit*y84r'^-to >«<* Everybody s-tMt th^ ani (lOttto* wiportwl ta^joddi tirtW'%rtd rP)«P pltntV>"<jf ^WfUdr-" 'V*ll":J*r = >VT >1 lM . Mrs. A. Hi Junod returned . yyA,«^a; *^"-|f twitf. hums 'twas .afW ;w mu«i like home Satuc^M,. from. ^Colorado dteftgnters oyiedbij Infra. ,AL. a coiJV&niioiiai lot us'or acantiius' leaf, • "-""I- fc|P?r,|kcrf|Mt •nJW UPPI^nU . •? ty Sunday for treatment. Little JjUL Very low wit) , I __ {>.££- ton took dinner with Effie Helton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cal- houn, Addie Atherton and Elbert Ki ker calling in the afternoon. £-iV,®w * '9f *-%r ■Sbbsbs «*N4 MutMtff V fc?a;j HTJM2 A i?TT3;g .*rM /J ,T .0 ■ ^ '-&PU !-{i Ihw r.i .rM .Tt^: i'."4 "Wrstt* A**b tiler's Su iv...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

Ii* THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 41. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 14, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.0# THE YHAI ORDERS KINGMAN STREET PAVED. FIRST TO FIFTH [ At the meeting of the city coun- cil Monday night an ordar was passed that Kingman Sti'eet, the street one block north of Main. Street, shall be paved from Fifth Street, known as the Ben Tepe residence corner, to First Street, the street that passes the Tubb Ga/fce. This will mean four more blocks of paving for Canadian on this street and with the half- blocks paved on the cross streets will mean a total of six more blocks of paving for the business sections of Canadian. Kingman Street has always been a busy street with lumber yards, coal houses, grain dealers, garages, etc., handling much of the hauling from the farms, and it has always been a street difficult to keep in condition. The cul- verts and crossings and curbing washes out after each rain, mak- ing traffic between Kingman and Main difficult. The c...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

f W' Iff * I V-r i i i !' I si i tte CANADIAN CHAUTAUQUA CELEBRATED BAND MASTER imp ' , > "> V <* ' , Vl r < Mr Armitage In an uBimnally ver Battle entertainer. On the third af- ternoon of our Chautauqua, ho will give Dickens impersonations, piano logues. perform tricks and feats of magic, and give exhibitions of ven- triloquism assisted t>y "Tommy." A TOUCH OF THE ORIENTAL. A WEARIN ' THE KILTS. Howard Itussell conies to our Chau- tauqua with his JVoMish Revue He la a splendid baritone slneer, featur- ing Harry Lnuder songs and imper- sonation? Joseph Quintano of New York, who brings his band to our Chautauqua, received his musical education and his coaching as band director under the famous masters of Italy. FUN FOR THE CHILDREN. When Frank Armitage brings "Tom- my" to our Chautauqua many will be seeing a ventriloquist for the first time. "Tommy" is a great boy, and everybody has lots of fun. BONNIE SCOTCH LAD AND LASSIES. The Gypsy Serenades coming to I Music- They...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

IK Mv "ML llieir even Join scene, lie somber |e more or The oppor- >ngs and I boys give ILY ^ ri. " ■Mi our Chau- >pportunity leuted by a [era. [rM - '*• 'iSE I • • .: 4S mm .,1ft Sf§ ! $ *-"i\ | - **<T! ii uame 01 |at bas de- is of aud cturer the V Canadian W. C. T. U* Our weekly meeti ig July 6th was a moat delight?, ul one with several members atfj four guests in attendance. >?h interesting program had been prepared by Mesdames N. P. Willis, McQuiddy and Whatley, Mrs. Willis pre- Riding, and was as follows: *" Mrs. Newman read for the scripture lesson the 14th chap- ter of John, made a few remarks on the lesson, and Mrs. Todd voiced a sweet prayer. Song, "Win a Million Members," Mrs. Sanders at the piano. Roll called. Paper, "Unseen Forces," by Mrs. Isaacs. Herbert Hexti delighted those present by ren- dering a charming vocal solo, with Mrs. Bader accompanist. Herbert has a most pleasing voice and is always a welcome addition to our program, and we appreciate his will...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

ar " ■ [ t I Tk CwM^iui Record Caaadtea, H«BpMn County, L. p. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Ew*ty Thursd y UN •t the postofflee at C - Texas, M aeeond class THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1921 EXPLANATION As the Record's self-tyied op- erator was enticed away from home and went off junketing with the delegates to Elk City, this week's composition has to stop right here, because there is no civil engineer around here who knows one end of the linotype from the other. The paper will be late this week—for which those who kid- napped the editor will have to apologize. The D-C-l) Convention for 1922 was won for Canadian, says a grapevine message Thursday noon. If there are enough drug stores along the road and the supply of arnica holds out we are in hopes that the printer will not be re- ported in the casualty list as among those missing from the strenuous ride, and that we will get out some kind of a paper sometime this week. Booker is about to let the con- tract for a new brick school bui...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

Radian, 30, 1921. 11.594.; 737 36,716.18 6,436.01 18,123.92 11,100.00 19,135.11 54,404.77 102.51 67.39 l,250.0iff> M89,668.02 *100,000.00 20,000.00 25,649.69 24,600.00 185.34 216,241.07 24,000.00 7,000.00 61,991.92 10,000.00 ■$489,668.02 Ink, do sol- l est of my Isldent. | July, 1921. Public. E. Hoov- the |v of J tini'. lrinted and iL July, 192!. ▼ |?275,964.79 48,537.12 540.09 1,650.00 7,636.35 3,153.55 49,007.47 5.230.70 2.071.71 13,806.03 I $407,598.11 |$ 52,000.00 28,000.00 16,497.45 174,736.88 68,985.83 2,861.71 59,644.00 4,872.24 |$407,598.11 In, as cash- lbove state- Jsident. |ashier. )f July, A. I Texas. •kens,, Sam the y of June, tinted and July, 1921. 535,869.41 406.80 849.90 1,630.93 808.61 3,785.13 741.24 378.91 265.60 178.65 544,915.18 510,000.00 6,000.00 - 17,951.24 572.60 391.34 10,000.00 544,915.18 > as cash- ibove state- 5sident. 'ashier. of July, A. nty, Texas. \. J. Stone, £ I Great Reducing SALE | In order ;|b clean out our summer stock we* are making a gre...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

I ■ I ) M l ::: I > i I V BOOTLEGGERS FLEE AWAY JITNEY STICKS IN MUD With a gun and a pistol, the property of a pair of bootleggers, but with the said bootleggers and their alcohol departed for other ports, Constable Bud Mutter returned to Amarillo Thursday from a hunt for illicit booze vendors. Tipped off that 50 gallons of pure alcohol was cached some- where in New Mexico near the Texas border, and that two par- ties would be on the way with a! quantity of it toward Amarillo Wednesday, Mutter and a com- R anion drove to a point near the lew Mexico border to watch the road along which the alcohol ped- dlers must travel. The constable and his compan- ion met the alleged bootleggers as expected. They were in a new Dodge truck and were loaded with ton 6-gallon cans of alcohol, he said. The alcohol and firearms, consisting of a rifle and pocket gun, were removed from the truck to the car occupied by Mut- ter and his companion and the partoes started out for Amarillo, the bootleggers...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

D by pub- ects i rv appear at upon iat she tor dis- ilations. en she of suit r relief and in y show ave be- oresaid th your ow you nd the Hice in 1st day -AIR, emphill puty. ey Daddy's m Evei\ii\g rdiiy Tale ^.AWZY GRAHAM BGWJER ■ i lontHjn w wmw mnn^n i«n« ■ LADY RIGHT-THINKING. "The rooms here at the H'iusc of Secrets," said the girl adventurer who. with the boy, had reached the end of ^their journey of adventures, "are all |o thrilling,! kud the people we see are so t>y." should just say so," agreed the If3| "Can we always be happy as they are?" asked the girl; "Oh, could we possibly?" asked the boy. Two of their friends whom they had met adventuring were standing by them, Master Thoughlfuiness and the Courier Co-operntion. They smiled at each other. "What do you think?" they asked each other. "Take a good look all around by yourselves," said -Master Thougiitf'u)- ness, "and then come back to us. Then we will tell you." "We will be here," added the Cour- ier Cooperation. "No, ...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 July 1921

j, ^ '*■ 9 • Ir. •, it ? ? !■: H U 1 :- ! f i \ i 8 ■ §- M- u ■ f m i hi % It m w ° TAFT ATTAINS THE GOAL OF OB LOT AMBITION Washington, July 9.—When William Howard Taft doss the silken robes of chief jiatice on the convening of the 8upp«n« Cent ne*t Ooteber, he will again ha^e'picked up the judicial can. ffiKion. but which he baiidoned iB the importunity of Procident Mc Kiniey and Secretary of War Elttm Soot , , . . Taft, edacated In law. viewed at the pinnacle of hie hopes a seat on the federal supreme bench. He had risen rapidly, following his graduation from Yale, and was pesiding judge of the United States court for the southernOhlo district when President McKinley, following the report of the Schur- man commission on the Philip- 8ines, wired him to call at the ifhfte House. That visit was to change Taft's entire career; to lift him from the judicial pursuit he loved ;to throw him into the arena of national politics; make and unmake him as^ president and finally return him, und...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

f- H y * lis THE! CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 42. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 21, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR Committee Report on Road Situation Favors ; $50,000.00 Bond Issue The undersigned, a committee appointed by the Commissioners court to ^pieet with and advise with them as to the county finan- ces, especially the road and bridge fiwHs, and to recommend to them what should be done in or- der to place the county on a cash basis, make the following re- port and recommendations to the commissioners court and to the citizens of Hemphill County: "We find that there are out- standing demand warrants against the Road and Bridge Funds amounting to about $32,000.00. These warrants are costing the County 10% and they should be paid. A- bout $17,000.00 of these out- standing warrants were in part payment of the Red Deer bridge." In order to finance the Road and Bridge Fund until the next tax paying time, February 1, 1922, the Commissioners Court esti- mate...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

.m -V .J 5fj ... m M W // i t pr- ■ PI * r ■Ife : Bp Wm mm n With Our Rural * Correspondents 9 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas, death entered our preached. Then again at 8.00 p. < n. the young man preached t\| W o Sunda,, June 19, 1921. arid Mrs. Sam Allison of Cana- d removed from among us our d:an were among those from a ,good brother> "Uncle" Tom Con- ZYBACH. The Rev. Johnnie Jenkins re- turned home Friday from Clar- endon College where he has been in school for the past six weeks. Little Junior Hooker died Mon- day night/ He was v%ry sick for •fx weeks. We all sympathise with the dear ones he leaves be- hind. He was buried in Zybach cemetery. Hillery Warren has been ill for the pant week. The Misses Tipps and Addie Atherton, Elsie Bussel and Velma Kuckles ate dinner Sunday with It. A. Estes' family. In the after- noon the entire party was en- tertained at W. N. Nuckles with Ice cream. Ralph Paschal of Oklahoma City is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. R. Warren. C. M. Garner had...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

:et re D lay .00 1.25 |cesigi lie's" for ad- and lult I® lis Kan- i.tlme tacked autau D-C-D Delegates Home After Interesting Trip to Convention City Canadian citizens who went to Elk City to the D-C-D convention last week returned home Thurs- day night via the Wheeler road, , - and all report having had a big trip, enjoyed all the way. Eight Canadian cars were reg- istered for the trip, and thirty- three Canadian citizens attended the convention. The personnel of the party was as follows, the first named of each paragraph being the owner of the car and the oth- ers his passengers: W. A. Palmer, D. J. Young, N. P. Willis and G. R. Nolen. R. H. Stone, Mrs. Stone, Chris- tine Stone, Mrs. F. J. Miller and Miss Louise Miller. W. D. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John Zybach and their son and Mrs. Mount Tipps. t** The Rev. B. G. Taylor, the Rev. ™ E, D. Morgan, Miss Exol Taylor and Miss Mattie Taylor. J. C. Studer and B. Reed. E. S. Humphrey, Mrs. Humph- rey and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Jackson. W. H....

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

£■ §fgg&3 The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L, P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday f;*.y , dpi | I I IB 'a-- im&mffligB & mm Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postofflee at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class nail matter. THURSDAY JULY 21, 1921 THE NATURAL LOCATION Nobody realized what a great need there was for a Panhandle Orphans Home until Bro. Swin- ney instituted one in Canadian. Now the requests for admission are almost tumbling over each other. There are several reasons why there are so many applicants. In the first place, the Canadian section is the healthiest country on the globe, and in the next place the water is pure and in limitless quantities, located far enough below the surface to be always pure. The soil here is productive and inducive to farm- ing operations for the boys of the home. The school advant- ages are the very best, Canadian having a fully accredited high school. The moral atmosphere is of...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

LOCAL and PERSONAL m *i Mrs. Self and her daughter, Joe, have gone to Arizona to vis- it Mrs. Self's son this summer. You can get more wear out of that Hat by having it cleaned and blocked at Carter's Tailor Shop. Mrs. Jim Killebrew returned Sunday from Cortez, New Mexico, where ^she had been visiting her parents for several days. Gerard Lyle of Parkville, Mo., has been visiting old friends in Canadian and other portions of Hemphill County for a few days. Jnst arrived—First showing of Walking Oxfords in J. & T. Cousins make in brown, calf and kid.—The B. M. B. Mercantile Company. All suits Cleaned and Pressed for $1.50. All dresses Cleaned and Pressed for $1.50 to $1.75. We call for and deliver. Carter Tailor Shop. Mattie Merle Tipps is visiting in Pampa for a few days. Mrs. Joe Buckner returned Thursday last week from Austin where she had been visiting for two months. Hugh Robinson has moved into one of the Canadian Improvement Company's handsome residences in Central Park Addi...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

JULmm M'.jV'' I ii IB ®SBfs'« > — § ! * 'i 7 J, li w I I i$l I lis !'■ I ;■■ m IS'. :' m IMPROVED UlfFOtfc INTERNATIONAL StmdaySdiool ' Lesson ' <By RhiV. t . B PITZWATKK, D. D.. Teacher of BnfHih Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (©, l«a, Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOB JULY 31 SAUL TEACHING AT ANTIOCH. LESSON TBXT—Acta 11:19-30. GOLDEN TBXT—A whole year they aasembled themselves with the church, and taught much people.—Acta 11:26. RBKERISNCB MATERIAL, - Act* 6:42; I Tim. 2:6-7; (I Tim. 2:2. PRIMARY TOPIC—Carrying Help to Jerusalem. JUNIOR TOPIC—Saul Helping Otfiere In the Christian Life. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC —Entering Upon a New Career. YOUNG PEOPI.E AND ADULT TOPIC —A Year's Teaching In Antloch. When God was about to launch the missionary enterprise among the Gen- tiles. He arranged for a new religious center. Antloch was admirably adapted for such a center. The upper classes w re Greeks and used the Greek language. 'i'he government officials wer...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

m WHO READS THE I do- BUM its in appear upon tt she >r dis- itions, |n she pf suit relief ind in show Ive be- presaid your fw you id the See in 1st day r\IR, ^mphil) uty. I Flesh I have ing to HOME PAPER? longer call and look our advertising col- umns that brin«|M to your stores. II aWl mBmm in if mmi

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 July 1921

"** 9 With Our Rural * • Correspondents • • • •••••••••• • GEM. Back on the job again. I have- n*t been any place; only busy- too busy to write. Durham carried off the base? ball honors on the local diamond Sunday. Glad to report Mrs. Henry Johnel much improved. Mrs. Jim Traylor and her daughters are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. Thompson, this week. Miss Hazel Hensley was the guest of Miss Mary Reed last week. Ed Reed returned from Pampa the latter part of the week to harvest his oat crop. W. C. Barber and M. H. Smith made a business trip to Amarillo the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith were traders in Canadian Friday. Lots of hogs from this neigh- borhood going to market. Mr. and Mrs. Buron Henderson and Andy Tomlinson were Cana- dian visitors Friday and Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lindley and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hunter were traders in Canadian Saturday. THE NEW EiiBi The Phonograph with a sou) Bader's Pharmacy Where Qaulity Counts Phone 11 Mrs.Nellie Little is...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 March 1922

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 29. NUMBER 26. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAB SANDERS GRAIN COMPANY NEW CANADIAN FIRM There has been organized dur- ing the past week "The Sanders Grain Company," incorporated, with a paid up capital stock o! $10,000. This company has taken over the good will and business of the Farmers Shipping Asso- ciation, which company is dis- solving its organization. All the real estate and leases ot the of the Farmers Shipping Associa- tion are transferred to the San- ders Grain Company. The stock of the new company if held as follows: Henry Jahnel, 50 share; J. H. Sander, 10 shares: J. U. Thierstein, 35 shares, and J. Quincy Thierstein 5 shares. The officers are Henry Jahnef, president; J. H. Sanders, vice president; and J. U. Thierstein, secretary-treasurer and general manager. The new firm has tak- en active control of the busi- ness, and the old firm will liqui- date as soon as conditions will permit. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 March 1922

SANTA FE SCRAP BY JOHN MOORE PRESIDENT STOREY VISITS US W. B. Storey, president of the Santa Fe lines, traveling in a special train with other Chicago and local officials,reached Ca- nadian and spent the night of the twenty-ninth here. Mr. Stor- ey and his party are making a tour of the entire system for the purpose of general inspection. This world that we are living in Is mighty hard to beat We get a thorn with every rose, But "ain't" the' roses sweet? Art Snelson and his family have returned after visiting rel- atives in different parts of Kan- sas. Art has resumed his duties in the freight yard and business has picked up as u natural con- sequence. C. 0. Johnson, local agent, ac- companied by Joe Haynes, me- chanical foreman, returned from the Safety First meeting at Am- arillo with surprising prompt- ness. Car inspector John McClure has been transferred to Amarilio. Brode Adams lias returned to railroad service and resumed his duties as train inspector after an extended leave o...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x