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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

i6 o m Hware voir band de- patterris. ;o. If most Where Kaiser Will Be Imprisoned During His Trial in London llfSJliiN'fe mmmt The famous Tower of London, where the allies intend imprisoning the German kaiser and other war criminals during their expected trials in London. The tower is made up of many buildings. strengthen church work Special Effort of Denomination Along General Lines Will Be Enlarged And Made Stronger As Result Of This Campaign. Every general inlerest fostered by -Southern ^Baptists will be strengthened and enlarged through the success of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign which is now well under way, and which will readmits climax in the final drive to eoouj^ this sum in cash and subscript i')ti4 during the eigh* days of Noveni- l*-r to December 7. A period of five ,c-< will be provided for the final JklTCHJ Bunt's Salve, formerly called Bunt's, Cure Is especially com pounded for the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Ring worm, and Tetter, and la sold by the drug- gist on...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 September 1919

r\ * i • Si>:4Cs i . f v.>. ' - * >. V *• ■ H . *«■ : I ft? H is life' |i? Kill $ sSStVSs: ssfe, 'tf r ®si COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEBY GLEANINGS Mrs. L. L. Dent spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Igo. Mr. and Mrs. Carruth made a trip to Wheeler Saturday. Mrs. Mayfield and Mrs. Jones called on Mrs. Moyer Tuesday. Mrs. Moyer and Pearl Miller visited with Mrs. Mayfield Mon- day ... Minor Carson and family visit- ed friends in Wheeler over Sun- day. Neely McGuyer is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Igo for a few days. Ray Staples and Virgil Brock spent Saturday night at the Beal home. Herbert Igo spent Friday and Saturday night with Johnnie Lar- gent. Mr and Mrs. Audie Hennington •pent Sunday at A. Q. Henning- tori'n. Mrs. Wm. Ross was called tc Oskaloosa, Iowa on account of the seritius illness of her father, Mr. Hellings. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barker, Mr. Price and Mr. Kesler made a trip to Wellington Friday, returning home Sunday. A number of young folks en- j<ry<!<f'a for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

«■ V- ■ ■ ' « T THJE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME XXVI—NO. 49 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Ml % SCHOOL OPENS WITH BIG ENROLLMENT The 1919-1920 term of the Ca- nadian schools opened Monday morning under very promising conditions for a very successful term and with the largest opening enrollment in the history of the schools. The opening was observed by short addresses by a few leading citizens. The Rev. E. D. Morgan spoke in behalf of the church people of the city. Mayor B. G. Taylor represented the city in an official way. Judge W. D. Fisher county superintendent, spoke in behalf of the county administra- tion. H. C. Ammons, president of the school board, spoke for the trustees of the Canadian Inde- pendent School District. Mrs. E. H. Snyder for the Parent- Teachers Association and W. A. Palmer for the Chamber of Com- merce completed the opening pro- gram. The faculty this year under the directions of Superintendent W.A Stigle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

1:'<\ p§R b my m Itsii if KJ'l 'sr s%*v t" ; : '<11 — Fire Destroy s Large Warehouse at Pampa Fire of unknown origin was dis- covered shortly after midnight Sunday night in the W. P. Davis & Co. Warehouse on Foster avenue The building and contents being an entire loss. The warehouse, which was constructed of sheet iron, together with the contents stored there were valued at ap- proximately $25,000. The building contained several thousand dol- lars worth of binding twine, al- most a carload of lubricating oil, a carload of wire and nails which had only recently been unloaded, a number of heating stoves and ranges, two tractor engines, a Ford roadster, a large stock of machinery repairs and several wagons, together with the engines pumps and storage tank of the water works and many other articles. The conflagration had gained such headway before being dis- covered that no effort was made to extinguish the blaze. Fortu- nately, the wind carried the fire down the alley instead...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

, -'f ' -4 K i W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting September was called to order by the presi- dent with a goodly number in at- tendance, including one guest. Mrs. Newman read the scripture lesson, the Lord's prayer repeated in unison, roll called, and minutes read by the secretary, Mrs. John •lories, whom we are pleased to have with us again after an absence of some weeks. Our cor- responding secretary, Miss Capi- iola Gerlach also welcomed after long absence. Our "Victory Song" was given with Mrs. Henson at the piano Some reports were heard which are always interesting. The presi- dent spoke of the sorrow that had entered into the homes of two of our members lately, and appointed committees to draw up resolutions of condolence. A committee also named to meet with the Parent- Teachers Association and see that something be done to enforce the law. against selling cigarettes to •children. Other business matters attended to, our benediction was repeated and the remainder of the afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

wm> Hi 1- ✓ iff lii& K 1 Warn Submarine Invades the Mississippi First Craft of the Kind to Ever Appear in This Historic Stream ' i'« - ,'r\ vVX-X PhOtO by •; Wotern Newspaper Union ■: ..v.- •. .. v. ....:... ,.Sy/A...'v/..>/^Af.v..v.v.v.v:v>Wv.wKJ?&i An unusual photograph of the United States naval submarine K-5, "full •peed ahead" on the surface of the historic Mississippi. The navy sent the K-S for a trip of exploration and navigation under Lieut. Commander Thomas G. Berrian, U. S. N. The K-5 la the first submarine to ever dis- appear -beneath the placid waters of the famous old Mississippi. Sir Douglas Haig Tells of Many In- stances That Came to His No- tice During the Great War- Men That Failed. Ad interview with Sir Douglas Ilaljf, printed in the Manchester Guardian, contains some shocking instances ot the romance and fortunes of war. "Promotion." said the Weld mar.sh.il, "has been entirely by merit, and the highest appointments were open to the humblest, provi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

-4* 13EL-IEV.ES BIG OH. FIELDS TO BE FOUND Greater oil fields than have yet been developed are due to be dis- covered within a short while is the opinion of W. R. Haile, con- sulting inalysist of H. E. Seaman's Company (incorporated) New York City, and subsidiary inter- ests. In his work as an analyist -Mr. Haile has kept ir. close touch vkh the development in Texas. I ouisiana and Oklahoma. He has intimate knowledge of the costs of production in the various fields and of the value of the oil once it has been turned into the pipe lines. He is in Texas following a visit <>f inspection to, Murry County Oklahoma, where the Continental Asphalt and Petroleum Company, a Seaman organization, is develop- ing rich mineral deposits in the Arbuckje Mountains that was pur- chased from the government's segregated mineral lands held for the Choctaw Indians. The pur- chase was made last December and since that time the company has invested heavily in the build- ing of a railroad from Dougher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

r r The Canadian Record'salaricd professional players. We Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher maintain that the Wellington boys Dividing Texas At intervals the question of are still the champion home talent the division of Texas is consider Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. We are appreciative of the very splendid way in which our sub- scribers are responding by renew- ing their subscriptions so liberal- ly. We want to make the list an nil paid in advance one. The test case of the anti pool hall law will not be heard by the Federal Court in Fort Worth un- til the November term -of court. The court of the little tin gods grinds slowly sometimes. The anti pool hall law was passed several months ago and nobody knows yet whether it is a law or not. Every cloud has a silver lining. At least, so says Jess Adams in the Plain view News. It has only been a short time since Jess has been trying to hu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL 0 Mr. Lewis of the Gerlach Varie- ty Store is taking his vacation this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL Nelson Heed of the Gem vieii was a business visitor in Canadian the first of the week. Tom Newton was in from his farm the first of the week attend- ing to business matters. The handiest place in town to gel ink, pencils, tablets, etc., for school. Postoffice Confectionery. Gel school supplies office Confectionery. at Post- Mr. L. T. Fowler of Mineral Wells visited his daughter, Mi R. S. Millard, last week. The Misses Grace and Amy Reed of Gem have enrolled in the Canadian schools for this term. Miss Winona Hevron went to Fort Worth Sunday to enter T. W. j C. university for the winter. The W. R. .1-1 ext family have moved back to town from their I ranch home for the school term. Jamie Spillcr was down from Shatluck last Saturday visiting home folks. Tlu- handiest place in town to get ink, pencils, tablets, etc., for sc hool. —Postoffice Confectionery....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

PERSHING WELCOMED BY CHEERING THRONG f: I I l§-:- 111 Vjfy'/V New York, Sep. 8.—America welcomed General Pershing home today. Honored by foreign rulers and governments, the commander in «feief of the mightiest army that aawr fought its way to i-ictory under the Stars and Stripes, re turned to his own folks to meet a greater honor than any foreign potentate or power could confer the thanks of the world's greatest tfemncracy to the man who had pianned the decisive blow in demo eracy's supreme fight against tyranny. Hf.fi voice trembled with emo- tion as he responded to the greet- ings extended by Secretary of War Baker in his own behalf and of the President, as well as the welcoming addresses of rep- resentatives of the Senate and House, the State and City. Carried Away by Greeting As his car passed slowly thru fte cheering multitudes which jammed Broadway from the Bat- tery to the City Hall, General Per- shing attempted in vain to main- bis composure. At first he replied to the cheer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

Lesson From the War Taught the Saving Habit and Its Resulting Profitable Investment . Of>e '^e things which this country will bring out of the war is an increased interest in securities by people who never before considered such in vestment, says Popular Mechanics magazine. The small investor formerly thought of bonds and stocks only in terms of thousands, wholly beyond his reach, and as entirely belonging to banks and men of wealth. I he War Savings stamps and the government bonds of $50 denomination n[> have not only encouraged thrift but have opened (lie eyes of the mul- titude to the tact that to be a bond owner does not require a king's ransom. !Now we have .some twenty million bond holders, and where formerly one person in seven was thrifty now live out of every seven are savers. We do not measure up to the stern thrif'tiness of the French, who, by extreme economy, paid oil the war indemnity which the Franco-Prussian war occasioned in an incredibly short time. But propor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

7^ '' ••• ""=• ? y- • I : i A: 1 IP m-- Si Stays Germany Would Not Have Oared I to Strike If Nations Had Been Banded Against Aggression. flly Mt. Clemens Nhws Bureau.) 8t. Louis—Di«i>laying a high con- fluence (hat liin fellow citizens In the great majority ugrtte with him in his AetUre to end war forever, and that Shu peace treaty with its League of £&ktiou inclusion is ratified by the awaftte, President Wilson is making a mjccen.sful way across the country on the long Journey he has undertaken lor the purpose of laying before the jjtlaln people a report of his work in Sfrrlx mid explaining to them just tafeat the League means. ThUh far in his travels he has every- where met with warm greetings, both tii the great halls where be b- o HjHtken formally and in the little cross road liainletH where his train has halted at times and he has exchanged iwortlH ivlth the villagers who pressed forward to greet him. He feels, and iloes not hesitate to say so when KhattUig with tilB tra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

|y called Uy com nent of a, and ! drug- | tee thai will be f dissat- It'aSaWe ■caiiy by w. lanspn non- |i are linder- hcting ]order rt of |n the in the 1919. |urvev |ng at 1-1. & Hemp- line; lines |adian sixty ru n you. (.ssess the you |nt in any. I view jgned Icourt If f oi- ls e to the day |w. Bank P ;epared to Battle Bandits Installs Pill Box Made ot bteel, in Which Armed Guards Are Stationed Day and Night %*-•••" " J \ Due to the great number of bank robberies in Chicago, the Pullman Trust and Savings bank has installed a "pill box." constructed of heavy steel, in which armed Quards are stationed day and niQht to prevent robbers fror^ looting the bank. The guilds are equipped with high-powered rifles and shot- guns and are prepared to protect the bank both from the interior and exterior. The "pill box" is built half inside and half outside the bank building, so chat the occupants, through the portholes provided for the rifles, can have an unob- structed aim at would-be robbe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 September 1919

11 . I;? ill C COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GEM GOSSIP (Too late for last week) G. S. Henderson has purchased * new Ford truck. £ 1* Buckner made a business "trip to Canadian Monday. W. C. Barber and E. P. Buckner went to Canadian Wednesday. Frank Hoobler is in Nebraska nasiting relatives and old neigh- Imrs. Mkli Margie Jones of Canadian visiting her cousin, Mrs. Tom Mext. Maurice Bernson of Canadian w&a a business visitor in our burg Friday. \ Mr;,. M. H. Smith has returned from a visit in Excelsior Springs, Mistsouri. T. C. Morgan and family started •Saturday for their new home near Quanah. Steve Huff has returned from Oklahoma City where he has had ii ey es treated. Mn;. L. H. Cowling of Canadian visited relatives at Gem the fore g>wt of the week. The Misses Estella and Clarice Mendcrson will attend school in JLwton, Oklahoma. The Henderson-Reed threshing snac.ftine has pulled to the Blue Iwige neighborhood. Some much needed improve- TOffnt;; are being made in and arou. d the G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

SIXTEEN" PAGES—FIRST SECTION THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME \XVI—NO 50 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR / Trans-Panhandle Highway Designated by Commission V,', A. Palmer, secretary and general manager of the D-C-D Highway, and Judge E. C. Gray of Biggins returned home Wednes- day from Austin where they had beeif before the state highway commission asking for the desig- nation of a new Trans-Panhandle road, and they report a very cour- teous reception by the commission .v r ich granted their petition, and another new highway for the Pan- handle will result. This highwey w:!l start at the north line of Lip- scomb County, thence to Higgins Glazier, Canadian, Miami, Pan- handle, Amarillo, Canyon, Here- lord and Farwell, and will per haps become one of the most im- portant highways in the Panhan- dle. Messrs. Palmer and Gray went to Austin in response to the re- quest of the Lipscomb County orSoials and to represent other counties in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

>* <fe JUDGE T. B. HUMPHREY A TRIBUTE At the stroke of twelve on Thursday, September II, 1919, the tired heart of judge Thomas Burr * Humphrey, former County Judge of Hemphill County ceased to beat. With the cessation of work on the part of this mechanical portion of the body which [is designed to provide activity in the human form, there passes from the affairs of this life and of this community one whose activities have been a blessing and a benediction to Hemphill County and to all those who have come within the scope of Judge Humphrey's influence and belief which is known as the personality. jChurch of Christ or the Christian Born in obscurity in Cumberland; Church and lived a quiet and de- County, Kentucky, on December1 voted Christian life. He many 17, 1846, he grew to manhood sub- years ago sought and obtained en- serviant and obedient to his par-(trance into and membership in ents and then launched upon a! the Masonic Lodge at this place life that was destined to lie e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

« You have begun to think about your Fall Clothes. And while you are thinking of them we want to remind you of the splendid Dress-Up Opportunities our store is offering you. Stetson and Mallory Hats Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes A Stetson or Mallory Hat is a mark of good taste in dress. They have the lasting qualities, too. Ide Shirts Embody durability and service in addition to their stylish appearance. and Curlee Clothes They need no introduction. They are worn by men and younj* men everywhere for style and service. We are showing the latest patterns. Lanham-High Clothes For Young Men These are the clothes for the young man who wants an added snap and style to his appearance. They combine the "pep" of youth and the dignity of budding manhood. Superior underwear. Union made work clothes Everything a man needs for work or dress. EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE Prisoners Choke Sheriff And Try io ! definite is known as to how the Escape| blaze started, but presumably a P" DO her child of 12...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

Scrap Book GOOD WHEN ICE IS SCARCE Refrigerator That Will Keep Food From Spoiling May Be Constructed at Small Cost. Ad Iceless Icebox dint anyone may net up in his cellar luis been perfected at the Syracuse Kitchen as a result of experiments at the New York State College of Agriculture at liliaca. It Is estimated that it will cost $11 if made by a carpenter and about s:i.7.ri If made at home by one handy with tools. ; A. R. Mann, director of the college, i describes the homemade refrigerator j as follows: "The I eel ess refrigerator depends ' on the principle that evaporating wa- j ter has a cooling effect. It Is simply 1 an open framework of shelves sur- rounded by wet elotli. It should be kept in a shady place where air is in motion. Tim shelves; the bottom and the four supporting posts should form too open framework covered with wire screen. The top is solid wood and j supports an enameled pan. The whole rests on the four short legs of (he framework in another similar pan. The fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

* U. S. Navy's 14-Inch Land Gun << V' • ■ ... V %mm mM mLrf: v Photograph showing a 14-inch naval gun being fired from new rail- road mount. Elevated at an angle of 40 degrees the gun has a range for 40,000 yards. Also is shown a g!ose-up view of the business end of this massive war machine. Early Fight on Mosquitoes. Fifty years ago the ino.squito was recognized as a pestiferous hut not a pestilential nuisance, li was not until Jong afterward that it was recognized as a currier of malaria and other dis- eases. Nevertheless, it was enough of a menace to public comfort to cause it 10 be fought. In the Washington Star of July 2S, 1869, is an item telling of the introduction in Lite board of com- mon council by Dr. Boyd of the sev- enth ward of a hill to "prohibit the raising of mosquitoes in I lie city of Washington." The reading of the bill, the Star says, excited a laugh, bill it was recognized thai if it was success- ful in its operation it would enliiiethe doctor to tilt*, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

*4 ft*.* « Safe Drinking Water from Cisterns When Well Constructed, Well Operated and Equipped With Filter, i hey Furnish Valuable Supply for All Household Use (By United StiHeu Department of Agriculture.) .Notwithstanding the serious objections lo cistern water for all household Bsc, thoroughly well-constructed, well-operated cisterns are a boon, and their Ki«ro extensive use is urged. Vita! fealures of a cistern from which the water supply is obtained are: Ahwiluic water-tightness, top, sides and bottom, and close screening of inlet aurt waste pities; provision for excluding from the cistern the tirst portion of «rnrh rainfall until the roof or other collecting area has become rinsed thor- oughly ; n first-class filter of clown, well-selecled sand and thoroughly burned '■(uircoal. The flow in the tiller should be downward, and the top area of the filter-lied and the rate of (low to the bed must be so harmonized and regulated Iha! slow, effective filtration (not. rapid straining) i...

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