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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

TRAGEDY OF FACTS IS REAL 'Vl • t!u> capital and the coast 1 '' '"'-1 i1 t made fifteen speeches ■ nil li;t]f a do'/.en brief talks. All of ll-'° fellow eiUzcns listened to htm. One Man With a Sick Wife Has Pa- 1 j" ' : l! "ollions had the chance to see thetic Answer to Question—Meager' ' ' ''I'Parontly everyone wanted Salary Would Not Stretch to Give Her the One Chance for Life—Chi- cago Woman Seeks the Great Ad- m venture as One Way Out. ORDINANCE NO. 75 (CONTINUED) One expert, analyzing the problem of the high cost of living, sets forth i i him, and 10 hi;ii f""n those who thronged Of the cities and towns 11,11 1,1 stopped, to those who came j «> i!>- rail hi:!.-' or stood at little Hag | in remote places, knowing ! 'heir only reward could be a fleeting ""ipse and a wave of the hand 'las n'ft; and talked to all types that a dollar now Is worth cents. or du l0 m,,n bi ■ ,h b Another equally eminent says it is ; fhnu!Cial and profctional woH, 3, worth only 45 ceuts. S t app...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 September 1919

-,7?'" ** 'v nasr6"-'' '• -«Hi [ COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE CAGEBY GLEANINGS Msye Barker took supper with Starter Ruby Friday. Mr*. Cunningham called on jKn. Mayfield Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Igo and daughters Hffnat Saturday night with Clar- *nce Igo. Mr. and Mrs. Carruth were Asniay afternoon callers at John Wright's. Mr. and Mrs. Carson and family vtere Friday evening visitors at the Ileal home. Hervel Lowrie left last week for a few days visit with his parents ml Bowie, Texas. Mrs. A. Q. Henninton made a trip to Canadian Thursday to have 4eatat work done. Ths Barker young folks and KAti<* Hennington took Sunday dfauK'i at the Beal home. Edna Johnson and Walter Bennington were Thursday visit- «r« at Audie Hennington's. Kr and Mrs. L. L. Dent visited ■ciat Mangum, Oklahoma, ttmo .Saturday until Tuesday. Km. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. and their daughters were mmsJji nt Mr. Igo's Thursday. Mm Earhart's sister, Mrs, € rvn-n, and little daughter left Sat'/ri t.y for their home in Dal- fb«. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

-1XTEEN PAGES—FIRST SECTION THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME XXVI—NO. 51 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR l) > > E NT 11USIASTIC H E A LT H MEETING AGAINST FLU Wednesday evening the citi- zens of Canadian met in a mass meeting in the court room and dis- cussed the best method to prevent (lie recurrence of the "Flu" epi- demic. Mayor Taylor presided and various things pertinent and impertinent were discussed, Among other things was a state- ment made by the mayor that word had reached the City Coun- cil that some lawyer had advised some of our citizens that the council has no power to enforce any 'of its orders or regulations and that the citizens do not have to obey unless they please. No reason for this advice was given so we are left in the dark as to where the alleged weakness lies, but in our opinion a test should be made and if some loop hole ex- ists in the organization of the City, the defect may be remedied h is a d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

>9! CLOSING OUT SALE SAVE $ $ $ $ SAVE Our big stock of Fall and Winter Goods has arrived arid we are going to close out the entire stock. ;".y^|«SET F^sfl^SfTs; Our stock contain# everything you need. All our rooms are running over, full with first class merchandise. Our prices are less than the present wholesale prices. Do not think our adver- tisement is too strong. We mean what we say. We ask you to come and see for yourself. We know you will buy and save money. We could have sold our stock to other merchants for a nice profit without unpacking them. But we wanted to give our friends and customers the bene- fit of these money-saving values. With Each Fifty Dollar Bill You Buy We Will Give a Beautiful Liberty Vase Always ready to serve you. Come and see us. THE FAIR STORE Isonhart, Hooker Murderer, Arrested in Clinton, Illinois The daily papers last week con- tained a news report that Jesse Isonhart, wanted in Texas Coun- ty, Oklahoma, for the murder of his wife, Myrtle Isonha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

I A\ADIAN ROOSTER TRIP A BIG SUCCESS A'odnesday morning at eight i lock six cars loaded with Cana- An enthusiastic m eting was held at the Liberty Theatre. Judge H. R. Hill presided over the meeting and excellent speeches were made by W. A ':i'in Commercial Club Boosters i Palmer, W. D, Fisher, N. P. Wil- ■ •t this city for an inspection ! > ir over the D-C-D between this 1 i'.y and Shamrock. The trip was • t.uule also as a rally in the inter- '••>-s of the $75,000,000 road bond ■--ue to be voted on next Novem- - t-r, and also as a mutual con- gratulatory. trip with the corrimer- ial organizations in the towns a.ong the route. 'I'lle trip was made under the directions of W. A. Palmer, sec- retary and manager of the D-C-D with M. VV. Uzzell as superintend- ent of transportation. Those who provided cars for the trip were Kd Bader, J. W. Sanders, F. V. Studer, Chas. Tubb, Henry Teten '-"Hi W. A. Palmer. Among those who made the trip v ere Mr. and Mrs. Henry Teten "ir. and Mrs. Ik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

WHO'S WHO IN THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Canadian Chamber of Com- merce is one of the oldest and most active commercial organiza- tions in the Panhandle, and it is always alive and looking after Canadian and Hemphill County's interests. The Chamber of Com- merce does lots of littj^e things that the public doesn't keep up with, and yet those small matters are quite vital to the keeping of Canadian to the front ranks as the modern, progressive and lead- ing town of the North Plains of the Panhandle. The Chamber of Commerce ac- complishes many things of im- portance in the development of the Panhandle. Perhaps you would like to know who the mem- bers of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce are. The officers are "Why, Mamma, You Have Two-Sight Glasses Just Like Daddy's!" Mr Brown's experience with two-vision glasses, and his fortunate investment in .Kryptoks induced Mrs. Brown to consult her eye- glass specialist He recom- sended Kryptoks. Wise little daughter dis- covers she is wearing the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

Explosion Wrecks Courthouse Of Grayson County i Sherman, Texas, Sept. 23. -As tlii: result of a terrific explosion the northwest corner of the Gray- son County court house lies in a A mass of tangled ruin and wreck- ^ age. The ottices of the county, probate and district clerks are totally demolished and the loss sustained will probably amount t>i more than $100,000. No loss oi human life has been reported No definite reason for the ex- plosion can be determined, but the popular theory eliminates any probability of bombs and lays the blame on the combustion of accumulated gas. A chemical flooring had been laid in one of the air tight vaults, and it is thot that sufficient gas was generated during the drying process to des- troy the building. None of the county records ■were materially damaged, but in some instances the covers contain- ing important documents were scorched. Most of the records have been salvaged from the ruins. Those who were in the vicinity of f.he court house at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

The Canadian Record Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postottiee at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Some Interesting Figures The taxable valuation of prop- erty in OklahQma amounts to $1,700,000,000. The state tax levy ie 3Vn mills, which produce $5,- 960,000 in tax money for the maintenance of the state govern- ment of Oklahoma. The taxable valuation of prop- erty in Texas is $3,101,000,000 and the rate is 7'/!> mills. This produces $23,257,000 in taxes, in addition to oil royalty funds and revenue. 1 Texas is four times as large as Oklahoma. Texas has twice as many citizens as has Oklahoma. Texans pay four times as much taxes as Oklahomans do. The volume of taxes do not tell much, but when you consider the rate 3Vfe mills as compared to 1xh Series before the been decided with White Sox. argument has the Chicago Iron Floats and Wood Sinks We understand that Editor Loomis, the scientific sharp of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and .Mr.-;. Jess Long nounce the birth of a son Sunday, September 21. an- on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tanner re- .Turned Tuesday from a two " months stay at Colorado Springs. Mrs. Gordon Metcalf of Globe, Arizona, arrived in Cana- dian last week for a visit with Mrs. Jud Mitchell. Uncomfortable feet can be made comfortable. Consult the foot expert at our store next Mon- day and Tuesday. The B. M. B Mercantile Company. Uncomfortable feet can be made comfortable. Consult the foot expert, at our store next Mon- day and Tuesday. The B. M. B. Mercantile Company. Dr. Scholl, our foot specialist, will be in Canadian September 29 and 30. Call and see him if you have foot ailments. The B. M. B M er ca n t i 1 e Company. Dr. \V. I-;. McMordie of Hamil- ton, Texas is spending a few days in Canadian visiting his brother, 0. li. McMordie, and meeting old friends. The doctor lived in Canadian during the early days and he has many friends here. L. A. McAdams went to Wichita. Kansa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

CROSS-EYES HIS JINX Limit Use of Word "Airship." NO. 997 '-Aa Ankle and a Car Involved in Hij Undoing. fotrOiotlon overtook Michael Nlokl Philadelphia. '•Sett, who Is cross-eyed, was drlv- hiOfi m car in which were two eornpan- l^vuri, (truest Becker and Joseph Oan- 9ft A street car was approaching and m ftrrfirct 36 In a short, tight skirt was the street. The motormari ViM sure Nlckl was looking at him. "fWa- on the sidewalk were sure he wvtti ^T.inft ankleward. V vray, street car and automobile ** , nml so did Nicki and the police. fhn mr, It. was found, hud been stolen m iV* hours before. Nicki and Becker •w.- given medical attention, then •MtcM up. Oanldl was taken to the fc*tO<-<vHI hospital to recover from mum injuries. hnd theu the police remembered tSh-«TT nieu who looked exactly Ilka Wrtti and his comrades were driving an mtila truck stolen from J. Peterson whfn U. collided with another automo- ! "•« <* few days before. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

ney Marvelous Growth of a Petroleum Producing Country Spanish conquistadors ravaged and ravished the western world in quest of the golden fleece of the new Eldorado. These hardy ad- venturers made Spain the fore- most nation of the earth and cre- ated for her an empire beyond the seas. Thru out all the ages men of all races and all climes have been mad seeking for yellow gold. Mexico has been a storehouse of the yellow metal. California was a storehouse in the days when the Argonuts made history and ac- cumulated fortunes. Alaska has been a veritable treasure valley for the hardy and the daring of all countries and South Africa as well as South America has con- tributed vast quantities of the yellow metal to the coined wealth of nations. There is more wealth in the yel- low sands than there is in the yel- low nuggets. Wichita County is a petrolieum producing field There are three oil pools in this wonder field of the Panhandle and the Plains. The Wichita Falls Record-News tells the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

SHE* COST OF GREAT WAR ijafefanati Them of Live* and Treasure Poured Out to Save Civilization. Mt. Clemens News Bureau) Mfcttttxl President Wilson's Special iiwm Ifcrrying bis war against those oitpuHu the adoption by the Unl- i 4 BfuUsit of tlie peace treaty and the * Wittwut of tho League ot Nations iu- (Hnt- households. President Wilson jcStafc. «ri'«k invaded California. itiere, where the question on MRicii league opponents have ham- > iua hardest, that of Siiau Tung—i Jbi uZ aiout interest, the president, found zbm uiiu emhusiaHin among the peo- ia&* for peace and for insurance <Ui«Mi future wars. The people want Sifa controversy ended. They seaast tun.country to be able to ugaia wm its undivided attention to social, and industrial development "Weir I -aders may not feel this way, out juJglng from the expressions rtiUfch met the president on every side. ':T% leaders have overntepped the t&wrftn of the peoples patience In their i#«Mora determination to force a ^*T«...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

Eggs Travel 8,000 Miles From China to New York By the Way of Vancouver thousand miles to market is " '"in; vvuy for even staple foods to J'.1 vt-l. hijj when eir^s make such a triii II is "going some." Those iio eases of th'ein-, came all the ^'"•v llv 11 ' illna to New York city, via "'"•""vi1!1, aiul traveled -slowly by bout and train. Wiic they arrived at Now York they ^i'i'e • • \:1111i11(>(I by ;l representative of "K> bur, an of markets, department of ■'gricii11nre. who reports that the eggs Were pa.- ked in eases similar to the Ones u-'i-d in domestic trade but made l"f heavier material, resembling pine, |ef about the same thickness as is | used in domestic export cases. The ' average net weight of eggs per ease j.W'juH ;t 1 ■<iuf |() pounds, ■ ''he Chinese eggs were of a deep brown color and slightly smaller than ""^vcrage domestic egg. The ship- ment showed losses of from 12 to 18 eggs per case. Under the light, some "I (lie eggs showed quite a heavy shrinkage, whi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 September 1919

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE WASHITA WINKS Kit.*. Kates is suffering from a a$ r*Kr:-*u ankle. at this place will open U<nt(fay the 29th. i'--. Adcock was operated on 8wr utdicitis at the Caylor hos- gniu.il I i;;t Saturday. Bi.« C.lwda Caldwell and Miss Qkrik'j- E/forehead were guests of life;... Caldwell Sunday. Wf*. A. kiey's sister. Mrs. Driv- «h, Tennessee, and two other mst&m f.-xn Medley, Texas, were the first of the week. In Pheobe Morehead of Ca- inwfktif wa.-, visiting her father and sandier, M-. and Mrs. T. C. Moore ."Sim.hif. Curnutt writes that n, completely cured of appen- dfcnifafi at the Keen hospital at S *v.-. Oklahoma, and will be,spending several weeks. real soon. • The Barker young people made Br.-., Mine# and Mrs. Morehead'a ^r'P Mobeetie Tuesday, visit- home at Commerce, Oklahoma. Mrs. Wright and her children tailed on Mrs, Igo Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Hennington took supper at C. G. Barker's Sunday nitfht. Herbert Igo and Eddie Hen- nington sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD f VOLUME XXVI—NO. 52 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COIJNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR LOOKING AFTER THE D-C-D HIGHWAY W.A. Palmer, secretary Jand gen- eral manager of the D-C-D high- way left at noon for a trip to Oklahoma City and intermediate points in the interest of the D-C-D He held a roads rally at Crawford at 2 p. m. Monday at which time an effort was made to get the peo- Prize Apples From Clear Creek Bill Johnson left a box of Hemp- hill County apples at the Record office Saturday to show what the country up on Clear Creek pro- duces. There were fifteen of the apples perfect in every detail and with the red blush on them that made them perfect pictures of fruit. The apples averaged from seven to nine ounces each in weight. The fruit came from the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SPECIAL MEETING pie sr. Streeter township to vote bonds to build their section of thej Johnson and McQuiddy^ranch and W highway in Roger Mills county, i Mr. Johnson st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

CLOSING OUT SALE SAVE $ $ $ $ SAVE Our big stock of Fall and Winter Goods has arrived and we are going to close but the entire stock. g§| /N'■ Our stockcontains everything yoU;fi^S|| ^verjMHk,"class merchandise. Our prices are less than the present wholesale prices. Do not think pur adver- tisement is too strong. We mean what we say. We ask you to come and see f^r. yours^M We know you will buy and save money. We could have sold bur stock to other merchants for a nice profit without unpacking them. But we wanted to give our friends and customers the bene- fit or these money-saving values. WmiYlfe' Vase and see us. Si soma M Sc 1.1-1 v> I* our | ter for J oh J W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our usual pleasant Mothers' Meeting September 24 when about one hundred members and guests enjoyed the excellent program and charming social hour. At the appointed time the host- esses of the afternoon, Mesdames Uzzell, Bussell, Eva Willis, Kun- kle Bechtold, Tipps Fred Rathjen, Abraham and Atkinson, in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

; „ j# •m, - I® B. Y. P. U. PROGRAM Devotional Meeting Subject—"The Building of Per- sonal Character." Leader—Mr. Wiggins. Scripture Lesson—2nd Peter 1 1-11. Vs Introduction—Leader. V "The Reasons Considered for fiur Activity in Building Charac- ter"—Dora Sanders. "Because God has Done so Much for us," Paragraph 2 under — John Knox. "The Task of Building Charac- ter Set Forth in Detail," para- graph 1 and 2—Sylvia Bailey. Paragraph 3 and 4 under 2— Mrs. Simpson. Special Music. Paragraph 4, 5, and 6—Mrs. Wiggins. Paragraph 7 and 8—Wm.Sim- mona. "The Results of our Success in Character Building"—Miss Payne Short Talk by Pastor. Song by Union. Tell it with a want ad. Caylor Hospital Notes Dr. Dawson of Lipscomb brot Mrs. H. H. Hurley to the hospital for an operation. She was oper- ated on Tuesday morning and her condition is very satisfactory at this time. Joe Adcock was operated en for appendicitis at the hospital last Saturday. He has about re- covered and will be able to go home in ...

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

' ' ■SSI --; • "*" " ' ' V- ' " " ' i. 1 * j, - *- f s \ le vyiN ftynts- * * • 9 A romance of love and character beginning on a Western ranch, developing in a mushroom cow-town and ending in No Man's Land. A new delineation of Western life and types. Ieep Your Eyes 'Peeled for the First Installment— UR NEW SERIAL! READ THE ADS. IT WILL PAY. m it! i SI ■ <■" s D ; HBiii ■HI A Guarantee of Goodness —Baking results are what build the reputa- tion of any flour. Proof of quality comes The BELLE OF WICHITA through the oven door. sack is a guarantee of goodness. BELLE OF WICHITA extra Grace your table with BELLE JUgfc patent thai has won a rep- OF WICHITA baking—extra utation for honesty of product high patent means estra nign out-turn. quality. CASH GROCERY Panhandle Cooperative Co. ^ J Mfc — MM_ _i 'merely reverting to the aborigine Just how far are we removed from the aborigine? You can cultivate man, pet him, pamper him, teach him the beauties of higher culture, train him to civ- il...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

Traveler Felt It When He Saw Those Whiskers. But That Didr' . Prevent Him "Fall- ing" for Probably the Oldest "Suck- er" Gama in Existence, and Tb tn Kicking. "Nice day !" said the stout man ax he •'•"•svered hlni.seli! on the seat beside me in the day car with a parlor-car look. "Niee," I remarked just to humor hnri, although i must say that 1 always try to avoid a man who wears whisk- ers. This man was wearing a No. 5 face fungus with ear flaps. I thought i:t first of asking him if lie had to take out a license for his face trimmings. i*ut, after all, I felt that he had a kind lace—what 1 could see of It—behind Hie shrubbery, as it were. "Are you a commercial traveler?" he asked, stroking his beard to starboard. "No," 1 replied, "but I once had a fourth cousin who did seven years In jail for another offense. That was the only member of my family who stray- ed from the narrow path of virtue." "Lucky for you!" he snapped out, pushing his plantation In my face. "It's a dog's life. Ev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

Is Canadian Record what the proposed road bond issue is 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. Gincinnatti Reds or White Sox, •h? The World holds its breath. The citizens of Galveston are talking an appeal to the voters of the state to vote on November 4 ((Mr the amendment to the consti- tution which will permit that County to disregard the constituti- onal limitation on taxation and thus be enabled to issue a suffi- cient amount in bonds to raise the Ma wall along the front of the intire city. The recent storm has again demonstrated the protection the aea wall gives the city; and it la desired to extend that protec- tion. In our state division discussion With the Clarendon News, Sam Braswell winds up his little ball Of yarn by charging us with "editorial cock-suredness" and "throwing a fit" as a "pepcil- Pushing promoter of strife." Never having lived in Centr...

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