The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1907 Page: 1 of 4
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F. It. Jamwon, Proprietor.
lievoted to the Interests of Canadian and the Surrounding Country
CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS. JUNK I, 1907.
This olttce I* In receipt of a neat
folder announcing the Summer Nor-
mal Institute lor the Slut judicial dis-
trict, which Is to be held at Miami,
bt'lfinliiK Jund Stftth, closing August
2ml. The normal is under the auspi-
ces of the Department of Education,
Austin, Texas, and will be conducted
by y*of. J I), Wtaudll'er of Stephen-
villa, lVxiw, who Is recofiilted a* one
of the ablest educators in the state of
Teiuis. Teachers in this ser.Uou of
the Pali handle will have au opportu-
nity to attend a normal 'Which will no
doubt be Uie equal of any held In the
slate, and no teacher who expects to
build up in the profession and 1:0111-
tiiBtid a better salary and a more de-
niable position, can offord to miss
tills six weeks of professional training
ti in itn infallible rule in the profess-
ional world that the worthy man is
sought | while the un wort by seeks
frequently In vain.
We believe that the summer nor-
mals have done much to raise the
standard of lesi-bei's in Texas and
when one eon skiers th'e amount of
money that 1 be Mate in speii<|;iirg for
eitncnliiin il certainty seems Unit sh#'
ntiould hive the best trained teacher.*
in I lie public sol Is
Tbo iti-numd lor «y'i 1111>«■ I<-111 and
ji|(;jjj,r*'H>iv(i teiirheoi is inere |isin(2
than the suiMily. Yoiriij"; men
mil llnd tile , '< f<-.hJf« 1" Mime 111 viI*111 l'
ill I 'if flit,lite t I11Iii h IjaM been in ! Ii ■
p it and (Here, is 11.1 work .<tf<• re«t in
emim/ women ivlui'ii is bet.lei' lined in
ilieir natural endowment than 111 nI ot
1 • n <• ti 111 j.v ller w oiii.in ly eniee ;mil
tenderness develop as she unities 1111
«• h 11<i In |tie :;i;hiinl itn> 111 11 is n-
moved tioiu 1 be rabid <*oII1 im-ruiiil
.M'oile. vvl'i.li Inn often forgets I lie
ioiiilesy due In 1
We 1 rust 1 list i". ''i v 1 eiieher in tin
■t 1 "><t>•-1 will attend 1 hih noniiiil. as ■
t • 1' 11 - V • - 1 lie ) >••• > |. I • • will receive I In
fieiieltl I lie 11 11 mi; 111 I In- Win I;
Ilie public hi' In in I s
WARNFD aV beetle'S KNOCK*. ..
tlllltmiWIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIMHHHIItllllHI til Mil MOH > H ♦♦♦ >>> tH ♦
The I' to 11 ti 111 iui (*'mi in *ji el ;i I (Hull
iiii-i ,11 1egui nl s 1-,-inn 1 lust Mninl:n
nfiei 1, ■ ■11 mill (lie ileca-iou wiih .11
leipled \\iiii 1!. en«'0111111 v e 111ii 11 sissm
11111I I in* 1 * in mi longer ;iny doubt 11-
l(i i lie lile and determination of tin
e|Mb 'I'llin nieeiing was characteris-
ed by a desire for t.tie el till to extend
n>. helping hmlid over the entire pnr
linn ol (lie county, In fact 1I1I1 'sense
ut tin 1.',Inb ii- iii do tin greatest pou-
e.lble (inod tn i.lie greatest number
With reference to the hotel proposi-
tion iii it whs liorn ;it the Miiy meet-
in;', I lie plans for the oinde nl' proced-
ure are not fully mapped out, but we
do not hcnilMle to ##y that the projeci
e ill go through. Tim limn who are
nuilaling tln« matter nl'e men of
flic,iii# Slid they menu lilihinemi We
would Ilk* to see more ut the ranch-
men member* ol the club, «o we could
liHiei understand then needs.
Kev J I, A1 km 1111 nl lleiiulngtnii,
Hiiiiumm, Is t initio# bi« old Irieuh, M
II I'miik lie will occupy III" 1'ies
bjierlaii pulpit 11**1 Kiimlsy eveiilnji,
Mr Klii},' ol ibe siute ol Mississippi
uniting lit* eoiimn, I'to Meh'ailer,
mi limit jog ovei the county with 11
* A I a locul lil« lo'l e
It Meant Osath According to an An*
a curious superstition has caused—
or at any rate accelerated—the death
of Mrs. Ueliamy, the wlfo of a Hunt-
ingdonshire t*.a farmer, living at Ram-
sey, says the Manchester Chronicle.
Hearing In the stllluesB of the night
rapplngs in an old family deed box,
the woman, wjho had been (lightly In-
disposed for a day or two, was terror-
stricken, as her mother-in-law had
said that when a "knocking" cams
from the box a death In the house
followed. She aroused her hutband,
crying, "It's knocked! You know
that's the Warning!" The farmer says
that he tben heard tapping in the box
and states: UI knew what it meant;
my wife was to be taken from me!"
Adding: "The message which the box
gave brought such a dread on my
Wife that she took to her bed and
gradually pined away." Asked if he
thought the rapping brought about
her end, he replied: "There Is no
doubt about It," and they were beard,
he said, wh«n his father died. Now
It turns out that the rapplngs were
made by the common wood-boring In-
sect known as the death watch beetle
—a name It derives from the supersti-
tion attaching to it—which is to be
found In old houses and ancient furni-
ture. It taps with its bead against
the wood In signalling to Its mate,
and the sharp souud it makes in the
silence of the night has none of the
significance with which superstition
has surrounded it.
QAVE THEM FAIR WARNING.
Congregation Apprised of the "Otter-
matic election Box."
A negro preacher, whose supply of
hominy and bacon was running iuw,
decided to take radical steps to Im-
press upon his llock the necessity for
contributing liberally (o the church j
exchequer, says "a writer in Human
bite. Accordingly, at the close of the
sermon lie made an Impressive pause,
and then proceeded as follows:
"1 hah found It necessary, on ac-
count oh de astrlngency ob de hard
times an' de mineral dellcicney oh do
oliciilitUu' liiejtiii] in connection wld
fits chu'oli. I' liitordlice ma now otter-
mafic e lection box. IT is so arranged
dut a half dollah or quainh falls on a
rod plush cushion wldoul noise; a
nickel will rlnfc'a small bell dbuiiictu-
ally heard by de congregation, an' a
suspend,'iii button, ma fellow mswl.eis,
will Hall off a pistol; ,sb juu will
goV'H yo-selvoii aecordin'ly. Let de
c'loCtloii uow p'oeeed, w'lle I takes
off ma hat an' gibs out a hymn."
THE GERLAdl MERC CO
Gornur lit 1 & M u in
We ar£ receiving dai- :
ly as follows:
Saturday junk 15TH Tomatoes
W« will dti.nioii.-siratti the advanta- Rl'jUbarb
gea of ttiis Beans
(liniifi in an'] S6« it. operated and
take 1111k'Ii with
SuhstJi iptiou Price, $1.00 a Year
I BTILL BELIEVE IN FAIRIES.
(ieriach's Ueiiiou.-tratiou sale will
take place ou .SatunUv, June loth.
Exchrtnjfes that Inserted Ibe "Deui
oiiMiration Sale" sheet sbeet me re-
quested to make this notice
During t.fie hiiminer our store
will open at 6 a. in.
* ■ and
cloi-i1 at 7 |>. in.
Excepl iSiiturda\-i and rai 1
road pay days.
A lF@w M
$2 00 ::
Universal Uread Mixer
(iood Mortise Locks ..
Cast Iron Hulls, 2 1-2 X ;J pr 5c r
Slim taper files 5 X 5 1-2 5c -
Now is the time to in-
spect our line of ice
cream freezers Re-::
frigerator§ and lawn ::
MOUE < >1 TIIK I nSKT i < m n IK I il^AST MON1 .V
Canadian s om; i'rici: s r« >ui:
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Tbo amateur photoRiapher. slid ths
inllk-cclorcfd plate Into n tray and
poured over It a pint ot water. Mag-
bally ilioii In the myatorious ruddy
IIkIH line blue k lines began to Appear.
They iuu thin nay anil that; they
crossed, deepened, spread; soon the
plate had turned from white to black.
"It has developed Itself, you see," said
the photographer, "hut how? You
put noticing but water on it." "I'll
tell you. Just an the surface of tilts
plate Is coated, so there Is a coating
ou the hack—a transparent coating of
extremely soluble developer. You
ueeil only pour on water, when the de-
veloping chemicals at once dissolve
and In that developing solution the
Image begins Immediately to appear.
\ good idea, isn't It? No, these self-
developing plate* are not. yet on tb«
market They are ntlll a little Impor-
fvct. Boon, though, they will be aa
perfect and at common an self ralain«
Utilisation of Waatr
The United Htates Hteel corporation
la installing lil monster <-ngliies at va-
rious plunts, the uulijue feature about
tbum being that they do not require
oil, coke, eoai] wood or ordinary gas
for fuel They ul'ii to Im operuteil
solely wllli llio gits which is Keneruted
In ibe cum pun > h IiIiihI fiii'inici's ilnr-
iiik the process of stool iiianiifuci.iiro
'Tills gas has lieii'iofore gone to
wuste, hill heri-ufler It will be miide
to isiiii all tin wheels. Kor a steel
I bint to lie sble to save (bo cost of
l' fu"l Is iiikiiig ii very liig stride lo-
ward ifOOIIOMi) To be stilu to ttbol-
i lah iiiiinhi si i hi hiuoa tlni" will :i'lil
to |ib popli I ti r! I > lo eoljiliiiltilli<«
wheie (be aliioki'bi'lclilhg stlirks
but ' lootbeii-i| iii" uii witii black-
Inn' "ii" llioi'e rejil tiliiinpb lui lli«
All!' I I' I4lj | I'i.l I.I.B blullj
TaOiU'j Monty iii fcriyuntf,
'Die itiuii wbo is i Iiui Itubie, oi who
lotus biaiilJ) In lint fOnu'ly wuifuiu
m/w wntdim antalust poneny, is iba
ii,sii who in good llial l loi tlii* uiu
ini'iit tbr d"4 l*loii "I hlodeiii opinion
ll«« IM#> nul l lib • Ibe lioOli t obji-1 I* nl
life in m niwliliig rbasM of lo> luiir limy
«, II I'UIU'III I/MOI il«( IUI lbl<'J wbo 11
(is e in tloio mii appi'«'lwbl> isiiii of
but if In i in it a roi ol Im
Ho n i.t.i of i• «Hii • (. ta inslii- 'si ra
' li#il bi«; ifilin tbi Woil il i itttthilum
Ii!# «< i on mi i oil ' • «i •! hllj) ml lit
HnU I'pi i I ii'oi htiiiilnh
A <ol *> h
"f t « iosi. nl lln i.nm • liwl hhij*§
#(U , i| II.S f lie oof Ibe 'li ?e«i«
li t,i liU'Utti lb« 'WHHM.I •) 1
>...«, Ul' $HU l l)t *l> Il I" -I
> ( i 4i<i n >>l tJi* tlUemttM l>" ba
'<t i I|IM. vm ti t$h> 11 m<th> tb#
ifMntit k tf *b l H * $
JTVaill by Sunshino
High Wiiids 52
This is the Kind of Weather that Rots Buildings
Unless they arc painted with :i good sound p.iiut.
Best Prepared Paint
Is The One
II K Ilouver l et iii iied S;ilni«iny
j from m f!yi11tr |rip to New Vork Oily,
j taking ill the Janiesto\vn Exposition
! by the way. lie reports that, outside
j of tlie naval display there is nothing
, iu the exposition to compute with
either Chicago or St Louis.
J Tepc-Hoover Lumber do have the
j only prepared yard lenec Three,
I four and live tioot !«nt/tlis. t.'sil and
Irishmen Claim to Have Seen the
| "Little People."
Here la a modern fairy story from
Ireland: "One day about 20 yeara
ago," writes a correspondent, " I wan
fishing from a boat on Lough Dorg. i
inquired of my boatmen if they had
ever seen fairies. At fi.'it, fearing to
be laughed at, they scouted the idea,
but one of them told the following:
On a Sunday he was returning after
mass, and stood with a friend, named
Sullivan, on the bridge of Ktllaloe.
Looking toward a potato field on tho
slope of the rising ground to the east
of the town, a field which he was able
to point out from the boat, he saw
issuing from the liss a troop of 'little
iieople,' one being distinctly taller
than the rest. At first they seemed
rather blurred, then took distinct
shapes and began to play the nation-
al game of hurley among the bare po-
tato rigs. He called Sullivan's atten-
iton to them, but for some time bis
friend could not see them, then said
he could, and they watched the game
together for a time. Then the Kim
went in. and the fairies, moving to-
ward the liss, as if returning to it,
vanished. Liases are rough pieces,
sometimes hillocks, sometimes de-
pressions, often busby, hut never cul-
tivated. 1 have been told they are
left as doorways for the fairies when
visiting the earth's surface."
I Notice i« hereby given that the Hon-
orable Commissioners court of Hemp-
hill covuty will nn-et on die |<iitj iti,y
of Juiie,,-UfcAt, aa a board of tqualizn-
tiO to any business house in towti
: and re >d the profiOi.il ion to brecl a
large Hotil building in da mm mii Ii
will i 11,112,1 cm von whether von' iive if>
tow i) or in | tie eon ut rv.
J* iM Bakkk,
.Si-cietaty of doininitli'e.
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|t 0 rofesstoi^af © arcls. $
2 a 4 3 -3 44 **:3 434443 44 4 -55 5Jr*
FRANCIS D. SEAS.
PHYSICIAN & SURG WON.
Olliee two (ioors above ("sostofUce
— — bloilf. -
A KADI AN, - EX AS. " 'i
STONE WORTH MUCH MONEY.
Invalur.blo Trear.u-e in Possession of
the British Museum.
There is a slab of black stone in the
British museum which, if you could
walk away with it and establish your
cliiim as the owner, you could sell any
day for a quarter of a million, and
llnd half a dozen n.ionoy kings in Eng-
land and America ready to l$uy it.
There is nothing very striking about
this stone; it might be a piece of black
marble with jEome peculiar hieroglyph-
ics upon it- But, it is Just these hiero-
glyphics which make it so valuable,
because they are the key to ail the an-
cicnt writings of'the Egyptians, and
without this stone, called the Ros-
etta Stone, we should be unable to
read the Egyptian writings which
have been discovered from time to
time. Some French tourists found the
Rosetta Stone In Egypt, and trans-
ported it to Paris, where an English-
man took a fancy to it for a garden
oi naiu"i}t Ho paid $25 for it,—five
sovereigns,-s-yl got a treasure which
.vcu con!/.! ever wJ,tJ5 gold, and vet
not represent Its value, but till the
day of his death he did not know
what that bit of stone was worth.
■0. CAYLOK, MD?
Physician and Sm-p^igii
SMINM ITDI lWfc ;Thh Ifm 3*T
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iira'.ro :tu« iwlo ithu i fm , j*t
•TH0USAHDS ?O WlSE ONES
WIU YOU M A HONG TMIM?
see for yimrselveH.
is now merely a memory of the piist
HalUrirn Snow Lmiiiient ih the fiuiiiiv
liniiueiib of the I waul iel b century. A
punitive cure for Ulictiiiiiiii-m, burns
ciiu. i-prniiis, lieur(ilj;i«, etc. Mrs <'
II liiinyon St an berry. Mo, wiiles I
have in-ed Snmv hniiiieiit for rlieuiiia-
tism Hint nil pain. I csn't eiiy euoiijf|i
in ii* praise
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Ti pi'-1loover Iiiiinlier l.!o blive "]in.|
ree.i'ivcil a enr loud of fence t intt ih
! he chc:i peM, a 1111 best fence on the
iniirki't as the) Iiii\ ill cur limit lots,
('nil a 1111 see il. 11 is jus t u bat you
are loukiug IV>r.
A Happy Motlibr-
Will hie iliul her child is pl'opi'l'lj
eiiri'il lor. To do iliis it good purgit-
live if- iiieeHSHi v. Many Imbiei- Mill r
f'rolii U'uriiiH nml llii'ir iiiollifi> don't
know it. If vonr imtn ih levei'jsh
mid doeni'l i-leep well nl iiihIH it if
11 ■ 1111 11 ■ 11 wiih woi'iii" VV bile' i cre«ui
Vi riiiilnye will clean out lliuni wornih
ilia liiilil pb'Hhiliil VViiy. (lure I ried
ii I w 'i v •' n -eil (in'e i i ,i 11 i ii I Price
, ,-,i i| d Ii , ,i 1, >1 nil Ii III gh .V (.'o
Emperor 8olved Difficulty.
Frederic Villiers tolls this story of
the German emperor: The occasion
was the marriage of the crown prince
of Roumanla to Princess Marie, the
handsome eldest daughter of the late
duke of Saxe-Coburg. After the func-
tion the German emperor waa tka
first to give the bridal fcisB. He was
In full English naval uniform, smoth-
ered with (jV>coratlon^§ and the bride
was dressed In a costume which could
not bear much crushing. The kaiser,
one could see, was trying to avoid this
trouble and the birde was afraid, In
turn, to disarrange his mass of decora-
tions. in a moment the emperor was
seized with one of bis brilliant Ideas.
He took the pretty blushing bride by
the right elbow, Ulted her a little to-
ward him, launched himself forward
and, bending over her, iiupiln'ed the
Special attention given Jo Diseast-a^'
! of Women'and Children. ?
| wlfli C il v Drug Htorn. rhiiiui 'sn.
Ke.siduiim, ut Vokley Fruptrty. riMMin l|
CANADIAN, TEXAS- tl
PH YSICIAN aKd-^cre ^
Ottlce opposite Court lint&NiMsw.
Resilience: Second bU. Taetet
r, . .. 0!oinb. Coats®
Court House S'an jj, tha sijto.
j M SHAW.
Ileal Estate and Fin
A TTORNE Y - AT-L A W.
Will appear in the State and Feder-
OFFICE 88 MAIN STREET.
CANADIAN — - TEXAS.
J. S. HOOD, t
Every al)4ratt guaratj
true to litieord.
NOW'S THE TIME TO PLAN!
tHAVi'MfiH, a l>
1 PATE NTfl j
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THAT My " ^ '
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tUiitil iriwfift fjlftoi**
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«Hit'* 'i IMJ.M* (
KfeWn HUH- VMKi,
Chick Bruce was a famous Adiron-
dack Kiiide who accompanied former
President Cleveland on one or two of
his hunting trips In those mountains.
Chick left Mr, Cleveland sitting on a
log one morning while lie went out
to drive down a deer should he chance
to find one. When be came back he
saw his distInguislied employer slill
sitting on the log, but with Ibe muzzle
of bis gun pointing directly at the
presidential chest. "Here!" shouted
Chick, "quit that, dod gast&e-i Sup-
posin' that, gun bad gone off and bad
Uil!i"l yourself, what would have hap-
pened to me? iJoni ye, everybody
knows I'm a Hepubllcan! " Saturday
LOveiilng I• ..!.
Traveler's Tree Myth.
Amoiii; Ui ft I'oiniintic stories of fnr
off lands that have long maintained
their circulation and commanded
more or le.n belief, ; >• the Youth's
("onipaiiiun, Is thai of tlie "travolor's
ii >e," credited with po:;siis;iing a r«s-
ervoir of ptit'O water lifted to save
the lives of wanderers in the desert,
t; F. Heotl Rlllot.t i.b'"lai'es from his
own i-x perl on oe that the tree grows
only In ilit' neighborhood of swamps,
Hint that, although It has a eonside.a
tile amount of Wilier ill h boll iw #t
the pane of Its leaf, the water pon-
i.riHKi'ii a illtwxrei able VHge'.ablo taste,
in,it. ut 1'ourne, !s Inferior to other
wtttei to be found III the vicinity.
What Makes the Sky Blue,
Ii Ih the uttrioKplu-'re tbtit mtikesth*
Kky look blin« (Hid ih" iii.jou >dI1ow ;f
we I mill] Mt-i Rilil lo uii elevation of fiU
mill"* ubove tin* nuiili K siirfM"- w«
ii ti i/' i lil nitf l bill I lie Iiiooii In bililluiit
will! -, while Ibe *ky wfilld bi him k,
Willi tile Mint*. Hhllilu i II il bll«lltiy III
the 'liirilniH *n *i ijlslil, Kurthonuiiru,
Lm h mum pli'iin««'}!!«uf Uiu
j upK'ilinle, we 0 ilium hi U'Hw IHllll'ii flml
niMi" of lb" '«r# #i ? art, olbnrs blue,
tHh"i* viol**, ',4 atill «tlwn
\i iu Ui fuiUtr Ml dttMrMi, 0 of ih*
iit ill m twr
Good Siock of up-lo-dule Collins
stock at. all times.
\V<- irnvi' n I'racUral llmlmlsnpr with iih.
i Transfer Line
flK best equipped 1 iuit in.
Heavy local atnl liglitj> g-
4 p«^e receives pioulpt a ltd care-
J. E. CORSON, Prop.
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Base Ball Players and Foot Eacers
l/iois .1 Ivrtiger, ex-champion Ion if
il si Hijee loot racer uf (Germany ami
j llolbiiiil, writes, ()el. 27, 1901: i'ur.
, ing my rtmIniii 12 of eight; weeks foot
rtteiiiir hi Suit I,'ike City, in April, hot
1 used lUllmdV SlloW Uliimeiil lo inv
|yri'Hient mil isbicl ion Therefore I
iiiKliIy reciMiiiiii'itii Snow liiiiiiient toi
all who are iioiibled wiih upl'iiim-i
, bruisiis or rheiiiiistlsiii -.'ie, At)ti atui
: 00 Sold .1 L .lAiMiingft Ut Co
There are F«w
people w ho kllOW llf>W III l*kfl **rr of
ibeiifelvea—Hit d«> util. Tli*
ilver in n oi"*l liiiporunt #rgmi ol
the body, Uerolritu wtH UM|
eolnlltioii, V C hfiliyillllNIt AttNi '1'' i« ,
j wiHcut I N^dN^rMn* C<Mri'i)iti« «
nml i«*vjr.r • ' IWmI Hi i.ii fcvn* ™1,
j ei«r | ItHW-ll. I «««tt
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The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 1, 1907, newspaper, June 1, 1907; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125399/m1/1/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.