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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

' «K t V. < <■ V * t WORLD WIDE SERV'CE ! OF SALVATION ARMY Salvation Preached in Forty Tongues Tho Salvation Army covers ihe world. Wherever the cry of du- trosaed humanity is hoard, it i)us- wei's, "We are here." Ii has pisinl.e<j the cross in heathen soil, and has fought for all people on the globe the battles against disease, crime, misery, and want. Already 9,698 corps and posts of the Salvation Army are established in sixty countries and colonies. Its workers are preaching salvation in forty tongues. People of seventy-one different nationalities serve in its ranks. It has 1,191 social institu- tions, 605 day schools and 16,519 officers and cadets, and every year the Salvation Army finds its world growing bigger. Fro in the moment the first guns of the world war sounded across Ku- rope, the Salvation Army was on the battlefields. Germans entering Bel- gium found the Salvationists there. At Marchienees, two women officers were sized as hostages. When they were released ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

If'fc W$4\ wmm THE CANADIAN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. McLean has just closed a big revival meeting held under the au- spices of the Methodist Church. Deponent sayeth not whether Edi- tor Moody hit the sawdust trail Harking Back to Jefferson The The Sears & Roebuck mail order firm is accorded in the printing! .p^g Woodward Democrat must fraternity as having one of the be a joe Bailey organ. The best and most complete printing £>emocrat says that the Democrat- ic party was founded on the prin- plants in the world, and many printers place it as the very best. Printer's ink pays and that is why thi.-j firm has built and equipt so complete a plant. A Chicago visit- or in the Record office recently stated that they employ about three hundred printers and own the best printing machinery manu- factured. Every foot of space in their plant is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

LOCUST TREKS IN i (M KT HOUSE YARD VICTIMS OK KOKEKS M.ire than half the Locust trees 'n the court house lawn have been ki 11e<i by Locust borers, a pest svhi' h is threatening all trees of "his variety in the city. According to information available yesterday .here practically nothing which vi 11 prevent the ravages of the in- ject. Locust tree^s are the only ,'ictitivs of this particular pest. Trees in several parts of the cit\ nave been killed, and the spread zo other parts has been rapid. Many citizens, anticipating the ravages of the insect, are prepar- ing to to plant trees of another 'variety, in order to provide shade trees when the Locusts are dead, n case this result comes. The Locusts in the court house /ard are apparently in their prime, and have done much to provide aeauty and shade there. These Tr-?es were placed there about 15 years ago, and had been carefully c red for until they provided suf- ficient shade to make the court house yard one of the most beauti- f : ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

w Connie Mack, Developer of i Greatest Baseball Machine, May Retire as a Manager, The retirement from liiisetniU's innn- tgertal ranks of Cornelius McGilili ud- fly. known to the sporting world us Connie Mack, is shadowed in the recent return to busebull of Marry Davis, long the lieutenant of Crafty Connie. Reports from Philadelphia say that (Hack has tired of the task of man- aging a ball club and is about ready to devote his attention to the business end of the game. Davis is to succeed Mack hR boss of the Athletics on the held, the rumors go on. Mack, the developer of the greate.it baseball machine of recent years, I# hot the greatest of all times, s<mm titutlned to pass out of the managerial chateau. This camp is on the estate of Alexandre Trichote, French patriot J who has refused rental for his land, I occupied as a rest area and embarka- j tion camp by the Americans. | Every day M. Trichote sends large I bouquets of beautiful flowers to the Salvation Army hut. "1 know -wha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

Ill > * A \ « >■*r •# VV. C. T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting August 20 was called to order bv the presi- dent, with a goodly number in at- tendance. Mrs. Geyer read the 21st Psalm and voiced an earnest prayer, and the roll was called. "Beautiful Valley of Kden" was sung with Mrs. Sanders at the piano. Several other songs were rendered which always add much to our meetings. A selection read by Mrs. Simmons, "When I Have Time," closed with: "Now is the time! Ah friend, no longer wait To scatter loving smiles and words of cheer To those around whose lives are dear— They may not need you with the coming year- m "You Don't Look Old or Cross With Those 'Glasses. Daddy." At last Brown has found the perfect glasses for Near and Far vision. No longer is he obliged to peer over his reading glasses to see distant objects. No longer does he fuss with two pairs of glasses. And no longer does he wear the bifocals with the un- sightly seam or hump that make him look old and cross Brown's eye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

VERDICTS RENDERED IN DISTRICT' COIJHT Johnson MeQuiddy Cattle Com- pany vs. unknown heirs B. M. .— | Clopton and Wm. 0. Mosely, suit The disposition of cases .before;as we^' *-0 try title as as the district court this term up t<> Judgment tor plain-j THE NEW HUNTING LAWS OF TEXAS this week's .session has follows: Jno. S. Dorsey vs. 0. E continued for service, promissory note. R. A. Huffman vs. J. Y continued by agreement. UP been as . Kirtlev Suit on Grubbs Suit to 1 The. game, fish and oyster de- partment is mailing out the new tiff. | hunting licenses to the various E. F. Keister vs. G. H. Ayers and deputy game wardens and county wife and their unknown heirs J clerks over the state. Under the trespass to try title. Judgment!^ iaw the price of a hunting for plaintiff. ^ | license was $1.75 and any one Expartie vs. Harry Cronin, j COuld hunt in the county of his naturalization. Continued for residence or in any county ad- service. quiet title and cancel deed. w< H Hopkins v...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Rev. -J. E. Stephens is conduct ing revival services at Zybarh this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL (I. A. Johnson of (Jageby was a pleasant caller at the Record ull'ice Tuesday. Mm: roe Hamilton Carner, farmers of i-ommunity, came to jury service Monday and Johnnie the Zybarh Canadian for Canadian A large number of fans took the special to Miami! office. Sunday to see the bi^ ball game, j p.le Mrs. VV. 1). Rathjen left Satur 'of Mr. A tomato from the VV. 0. Magee tomato farm weighs one an one- half pounds. If you can produce a larger one leave it at the Record day night for Portland, Oregon, called there by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. VV. A. Dean. the six-year old daughter and Mrs. A. Chance, was operated on at the Cay lor hospital Sunday afternoon for mastoiditis. jShe is reported as improving nicelv. Mrs. Buck Ellis and her two sons visited with friends in Ochil- tree last week and attended the Perryton opening Friday and unlay. Sat- E. G. Sanders of Canadian, w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

Hoover Bid Accepted for New Post Office Building I j Hi I Mi? I I I The successful bid for the loca- tion for adequate quarters for the Canadian post office was awarded to a new brick building to be erected bv H. E. Hoover on the lot at the rear of his offices, across the street from the Cana- dian State Bank. The building Will be fifty feet square, steam heated and modern in every re- spect. The fixtures for the office Will be modern thruout, in fact it Will be a new postoffice entirely and will be more in keeping with the progressive spirit of Canadian and the needs of the post office patronage here. It will afford More room, which is badly needed now, better light, and other ac- comodations. Work on the con- struction of the building will start soon. Inquiries Coining in About Canadian Bathing Beaches County Commissioners Court The county commissioners court at the August session passed on several items of business that are interesting to the public. The report on the maintenance...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

Pfc tp i.TV-1; b § * > v# "MA" BUR3ICK CROIX £ ji; recognition of her servii-p to the A'iiecl "ri.-f and of hf-r personal 1i.-a.vcry. Hie French Government has honored Mother Burdick of Texas, td.viy year old Salvation Army las .<■ and war heroine by bestowing' it; ' ii her the Croix de Guerre. Sbe was one of the firm io reach the <i>ines of battle, and one. of the layl to leave, She cooked flapjoeks and mended clothing for th« dough boys, serving them night and day. A smile from "Ma" Burdick went with each .doughnut, flapjack and piece of pie, and :t was these motherly amiles which won for her the title of "Moth fr Burdick, "Ma" Burdick far short. "Ma" Burdick held the pie-baking record for France with 324 pies in li. hours, and her experiences under fire were more remarkable probably than any of the written or filmed stories of the world war. "Ma" Burdick worked under shell fire with her silvered head iprotec! d •toy a regulation steel helmet the same as worn by her th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE I J- V ' 1 t! H H > I GAGEIiY GLEANINGS Mr. and Mrs. Carruth made a trip to Shamrock Friday. C. G. Barker made a business trip to Wellington Thursday. Mrs. J ones and Mrs. May field called on Mrs. Igo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield took Sun- day dinner at the Beal home. Mr. and Mrs. Roper of Mobeetie spent Thursday at C. G. Barker's. Ralph Ruby helped Walter Hen- nington pull broom corn Thurs- day. Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Beals called at th* Johnson home Tues- day. Mrs. Manning and Mrs. Paulk visited at the Mayfield home Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barker left Monday for a trip to Hot Springs Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Earhart re- turned home Monday from a trip to Colorado. Mrs. Van Sickle came Wednes- day to visit a few days with her sister, Mrs. Igo. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dent and Joe Moyer made a trip to Canadian Saturday evening. Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Cunningham and Mr. Mitchum spent Tuesday at Mr, Mayfield's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson and daughter took dinn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD. VOLUME XXVI—NO. 48 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR OIL DEVELOPMENTS COM- LNG RAPIDLY AT CANADIAN Developments in the oil situation in the Canadian vicinity are com- ing with a rush, and it appears 'hat Canadian will soon have a half dozen deep test wells going into the earth to a depth of four thousand feet, if necessary, in search of oil. There have been scouts and " prospectors for large oil opera- tors and corporations all over this county for several months but lately the number of them have in- creased considerably and it be- gins to look like the oil interests of the Panhandle are centering around Canadian. Those who are in active touch with the situation say there have been more real oil scouts in this county in the last few days than they have ever seen before in un- proved territory, and all this be- gins to look like the oil world is looking to Hemphill County very ■expectantly. >ne of the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

K I wKjg$ siS I.; % * . I - " 1 r«< • i§ .:v. gB«'? A $150,000,000 MORTGAGE ! dam across Grose beck so as to WAS FILED MONDAY form a great lake, erect a pavil- Carson County Wheat Champion I short time ago. The force of the1'?? S. G. Bobbitt has finished'gas ha<* ejected the Ponde,'ous' The largest mortgage in more pleasure resort such as but few than one way ever filed in Seward j can be found in the South, allwith- county was that by the Empire in four miles of Quanah.—Quanah Oil and Gas Company, et al to the j Tribune-Chief. Equitable Trust Company of New; — York, trustees, in the sum 01 i Baby Drowned in Stock Tank $150,000,000. The document is The ,8 months 0id baby of Mr. too voluminous for any ordinary! and Mrs (: 0 Kesler of the Kes- man to peruse and understand off;|cr Gommunity southeast of town, hand. It contains 138 printed jW£lS drowned in a tank last Satur- ^pagas 7x10, and is a regular book j day and buried in the Wellington in itself, lhe recording fees will; c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

4 < Uvalde Bank is Selling Large Amount of Registered Treasury Savings Certificates • x mmm -10 271 t X't WiNtetittiifc ^'"Vv CASHIER. «ar *. tM'S To T*Dnllas Trust & Savings Ilank, Go, 32-6 Dalian, Texan Residents of Uvalde, Texas, are demonstrating' their financial wisdom by investing heavily in the attrac- tive new Registered Treasury Savings Certificates. The above check represents sales made in a singh day through the First State Bank of Uvalde of which George E. Brashear is Cashier. This check for $33,520 bought forty .$1,000 Registered Treasury Savings Certificates, or in other words. $40,000 worth. The purchasers made $6,480 Ijy investing*in August when the cost of each $1,000 Certificate wat $838. They showed good business foresight. The price is only $840 for September. Vou can buy the new $1,000 Registered Treasury Savings Certificates from' banks and trust companies nnd the $100 Certificates from first and second' class ppstoffices a's well as banks and trust comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

I : l&.« * W wmm mh ' ■It t ®W.vfc • ■ iffe • > B. Y. 1'. U. Program Subject—"Forward March the Kintf of Kings." Leader—Miss Austin. Scripture lesson and Introduc- tion—Leader. "The Condition of the World that led to the discovery of a still! when Christ being operated on Amarillo creek, Sylvia Bailey, northwest of the city. The still was brought to the city and is now Born"- Still Discovered Near Amarillo Sheriff Burton Roach arid othei members of the sheriff's depart- ment, accompanied by Lloyd Flet- cher, of the Department of Jus- tice, and other federal officers ran onto a clue Sunday afternoon The Advance of Christ's Cause Thru the Centuries"—Mrs. Paul J At the Baptist Church of i Our Sunday School officers and teachers will be on hand before 9.45. The pastor will preach at 11 a.m. on "Prayer-given Visions," and at 7.30 p. m. on "The Arm of the Lord." B. Y. P. U. meets at G.30 p. m. E.D.MPRGAN, Pastor in the custody of the sheriff's de- Bryant. partment. About four o'clo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

Jfcs ou «- W. c. T. y. COLUMN )ur Mothers' Meeting August 27 ts attended by 95 membfrs and ,• iesls, who on arriving were cor- : aiI>" greeted by the hostesses of trie afternoon, Mesdames C. T1 Sr.aller. GeyeiyJohn Bryan, Wa>r- sr tier, liaynie, Parsell and Stigler At the usual hour the meeting ••vas called to order by the super- intendent, Mrs. New man. Mrs hite conducted the devotional* ..hicii consisted of the 4th chaptei John, and voiced a fervent prayer. .We are so pleased to have : :is dear member with us this -.inuner, but much to our regret .-he leaves shorty for California ■■■■here she will spend the winter. Song, "Victory has Come," with Mrs. Sanders at the piano. Roll ca 11 and reading minutes of previ- ous meeting. Captain Humphrey ■f Dallas who was here for a few days in the interest of the Boy Scouts was present and made a good talk concerning the above 'irganization and also on the "Evil of the Cigarette," a habit that is to be deplored among our young boys. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

v ..+ :- r-i lift# m * .<■ $ few H mi THE CANADIAN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Summer is over. Next Monday is the first day of school. !f the oil prospectors and in- vestors continue to come to Cana- dian it will not be long before the town will not be able to hold the people. Some fellow has estimated that the earth's supply of crude oil will be exhausted in about twenty-six years. He hadn't heard that the inexhaustable supply in the Pan- handle hadn't even been tapped yet. We are about inclined to think that while war is hell for the boys who do the fighting, yet the con- sequences of war are also hell for the people who have to eat and clothe themselves after the war is over. The paper situation is becoming acute again for the newspapers. When we make an order for paper stock now we are lucky to get half of the order filled, even if tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

PERSONAL ANI) LOCAL id K- 11. Get- school supplies at office Confectionery. PERSONAL AND LOCAL place I Post-j Kverybody's is th good school suits. Mrs. Lottie Phillips arrived home the first of the week after an extended visit in the Northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bern.son have purchased one of the Barton houses on Kingman street and have moved into it. Gel school supplies at office ('on feetionerv. Post- Try a new Opal Edison Mazda Electric Lamp and see the differ- ence in your lights. NOLEN HARDWARE COMPANY. R. A. Caylor, father of Dr. Cay- lor and George Caylor, came in from Whitewright, Texas, a few days ago to look after property in- terests in Canadian. M. B. Hill of the M. K. was a business visitor in Canadian the first of the week. | Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Font and j their son of Lawton, Oklahoma spent the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Young. \V. F. Taylor of Ochiltree Coun- ty, a former resident of Canadian has purchased the W. C. Isaacs property on 9th Elsie stree...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

B W fr m / ■H , r f? i ISIf VERY BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYS IN AIT AND TEXTILE iTHIS DEPARTMENT OF VICTORY FAIR AT DALLAS PROMISES SPLENDID EXHIBITS The Art and Textile Departments will display perfectly beautiful exbib- ?its at (lit' Victory Fair at Dallas iu iOctober, according to report just [made by the Superintendent, Mrs. Kannio T. Howard, to VV. H. Strat 'ton. Secretary State Pair of Texas. liiberal cash premiums ale offered and entries are coming in rapidly. facilities for displaying these beautiful things hav^ been improved. The textile and china cases repaint- ed. The art cases newly decorated. Klectric lights inside the show cases will display the exhibits to best ad- vantage on dark or rainy days. An entirely new feature this year will be the collection of war relioa. The classification of Basketry offers good cash premiums. The Culinary Department offers many cash premiums for breads, •cakes, jellies and preserves, canned fruits and vegetables, candies, pick- les and other deli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

reet rom rest -ued mal- 1 its 1.72 i n t: s 3ost 6.34 2.98 5.24 '..24 6.62 1.87 fi.62 [3.11 .87 .62 i.62 .62 .62 1.24 .63 1.63 .11. .21 .73 .69 [87 162 |62 [24 162 124 \24 149 Battle Scarred Delivery Wins Big Army Race Automobile topics of July 12th tells of an automobile race staged by the American soldiers in St. Nazaire, France, which is a source of much pride to Dodge Bros, manufacturers of the car which carries their name. When the memorial Day races •were announced the 311th Supply Train and Motor Transport Offi- cers of Nantes entered a little racer which they had rebuilt in five days out of a truck that had been all over the battlefields. That little racer took four first places and two seconds against a mixed field, out of six events scheduled, and the entirely care-free per- formance of that battle-scarred Dodge Brothers light delivery truck is still talked of wherever there are dough boys who were coming thru that port about the first of June on their way home. When permi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

Is is; .,.«i v. , <- i -m «*■* «, . '*• # * V *•• v •*" * *•*"* Ipf S« fe IP p lit I fipls1 ' I'I ■ i # I .. \'tV 11SSI American Farms Will Yield $9,000,000,000 -« Value Bated on Government Statistic* V American farms will this year contribute $8,938,922,000 to the World's wealth from a yield of 5,713,000,000 bushels of corn, wheat, oats, barley and rye. The value of the com is $4,168,475,000, wheat $2,577,- 420,000, oats $994,727,000, barley $254,100,000 and rye $144,200,000. {These values are based on the government statistics presenting farm prices 6f July 1. According to the department of agriculture there is a promise of 2,815,000,000 bushels in corn in reports received up to July 1, while small grains will approximate $2,898,000,000 bushels when the harvest is com g)lete<3. Compared with the figures supplied for the previous month this la a loss of 123,000,000 bushels, of which 75,000,000 bushels is wheat and 43,000,000 bushels oats. The corn crop is attracting more atte...

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