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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL See our window display of fancy baskets. Gerlach's Variety Store. Mrs. F. H. Rathjen, with Edna and Harry Rathjen spent the "week end with relatives in Wheel- er County. Miss Hattie Rathjen who has recently returned from over sqas and has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rath- jen, returned Tuesday to the American Red Cross Society. Her work will be in Kansas tempor- arily. Mrs. Jamie Spiller and the children went to Shattuck Sunday to join Mr. Spiller and make their home there. Mr. Spiller is work ing for the Santa Fe at Shattuck Mrs. Spiller said that their home still is Canadian and they expect to return to this city later. Mrs. N. J. Fiddler of Pampa died at the Caylor hospital in Ca- nadian Thursday morning last week, and the body was shipped to Pampa for burial. Mrs. Fid- dler underwent a surgical opera- tion two weeks before and there were for a time good indications of an early recovery, but she was too weak to rally from the opera- tion....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

******%,' • - -,,,.. 10*"iA •■-•■ 'A Fairy Tale From The Texas Oil Fields Fort Worth, Sept. 29.—A report fcta been received here from Ard- mare, Oklahoma, that the Hogg Creek Oil Company, with a capital stock of $00,000 has been sold to Hew York interests for $12,000,- Altus Bootlegger Mixes Strong Drink in Hotel City Marshal Wardlaw yester- day arrested A. J. Brown of Altus, Oklahoma, 37 years old, for manu- facturing and selling intoxicants. The man came here Monday and started a small mixing plant rooming house. Evidence of in The story of the Hogg Creek: his trade was soon evident to the Company is the romance of the i officers when they found a num- Teaaa oil field. It was organized ber of empty eight ounce bottles at Hogg Town, which afterward scattered around the Fair Park came to be known by the more After a thoro search his room was dignified hame of Desdemona, long located and the T-C man this before there was any sign of oil in' morning had a look at the various Weal Texa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

Reason for Scanty Garb of Some Old-Time Brides. 'In England It Was Held That Act Re- lieved Husbands of Debts Con- tracted by His Bride Before Their Marriage. jJfT' "A Bangor lawyer attending court In the ancieut town of Wiseassei. Lincoln county, recently went rummaging in the Colonial court records of the place, and In tlie course of liis reading came across the official registration of a 'sinock marriage,' " writes L. T. Smyth froL' Bangor, Me;, to the Boston Tran- script. "Not knowing what a smock marriage was, the lawyer looked fur- ther, and gut considerable light upon a custom that prevailed in JSnglaiul a century or more ago, and also to some extent In the American colonies. A Story of the West Different From Any You Have Ever Read The Cow Puncher Read It in This Paper "Smock 'marriages were weddings where the bride appeared dressed in a white sheet or chemise. The reason for such a garh was the belief that If a man married a Woman who was In debt he could be held liable for...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

II: Mi- ■a SKOAL BAYS APPOINTED AT STATE FAIR OF nXAS PRESIDENT J. N. SIMPSON AN- . NOUNCE8 MANY NEW SPECIAL DAV8 AS WELL A8 DATES FOR AUTO RACES ' The calendar of Special Day* at the Victory Fair at Dallas in October fa as Just been announced by Presi- dent Jno. N. Simpson, of the State Fair of Texas. A Cattlemen's Day, Soldiers' • Reunions, league of Munici- palities Day. and Local (Exemption) Board Members' Association Day are among the new special days that have already been designated, in ad- dition to the dates for the Auto Ra- ces. The list is as follows: Mon., Oct. 6th—Press Day. Tues., Oct. 7th—Dallas Day, Confed- erate Veterans' Day, and Automo- bile Races. 'Wed., Oct.. 8th—Housewives' League Day, Orphans' Day. Thurs., Oct. 9th—Cattlemen's Day, Druggists' Day, and Ship-by-Truck Day. Frl., Oct 10th—The American Legion Day, War Savings Societies Day, Hopkins County Day, Kidd Key College Day, Wichita Falls Day. Sat., Oct. 11th—Reunion 90th Divis-, lob. A. IS. P., The American...

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

m • k 'Bout All He Could Do, Was Ride and Shoot — Yes, ride any cow pony that ever showed his hoofs to the sun and shoot his "gat" with unerring aim. Dave Eiden was his name, son of a pioneer rancher of the West. But his meeting with Irene changed the entire course of his career. TheCow nop is the title of the story which tells of the roman- tic life of this young dare- devil and his fight against the rebuffs of fortune and die machinations of the unscrupulous. You must not miss this great story— Our New. Serial Read tb* First Iutillml X ■ Fishermen of Greater New York De- pend on the Canarsie Wormem for Their Bait—Declare They Earn Their Fifteen Centa a Dozen Pretty Hard—Worm Boyg Figure Promi- nently in the Social Affair* of the Place. "Two eighty-five—that's my count; gimme three worms!" The woriuers of Cunarsie, after a hard day's work which started at 8 a. ra. aud was tloue at 12, were chugging past the breakwater anil up to Rlgby's wharf iu gay Cauarsle Shore, New York. They c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 October 1919

* !, I""* ■> •* ^ ' ' ♦"*•* V ' 4' Wmmrn--: MOBLEY WILL LECTURE ON LEAGUE OF NATIONS C COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEBY GLEANINGS Mr. and Mrs. Mayfleld attended the meeting at Dixon Sunday. J. W VanSickle of Canadian aftot Tuesday at the Igo home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson called at C. G. Barker's Sunday afternoon. F. C, Ross, and T. J. Dial went t AumrUio to attend the stock akftw. Mr and Mrs. Carruth and John Fhuicifi took supper at J. B. Igo's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ruby were gaeate *t C. G. Barker's Sunday afteruovm. Mm iohnson and daughter c&it*4 f>o Mrs. Beal Saturday afternoon. Wu- and Mrs. Barker of Mobee- tie vf.'j-e Tuesday visitors at the Baxfcer borne. I Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hennington catted <it the Johnson home Sun- #a.y afternoon. S My Brock and Helen Carson *rt 'HfKMiiidg the week with their M r;i. Heals. Mm. Coleman Berry and son Drrrwofrf, /isited at th-i Fgo home iraort M mtiiy until Wednesday. Elrti. Audie Hennington and K.tyr1 Backer made a trip to the, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

IWfcMlWlAJN' EH)RD Volume 27. number i. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR FIRST DRILLING RIG FOR CANADIAN OIL FIELD NOWEN ROUTE Messrs. Allen, Slade and Asso- lates Come from Burk Hold- ings to Develop Canadian Field at Once Mobley Spoke to Large Audience Tuesday Night i?.. i.. Allen of Cincinnatti, Ohio, in Canadian last week ar- ranging to open an office here to handle his business in connection w:.th the deep test well which he - i his associates are preparing tr, drill on the Shaller Ranch. Mr AUen stated to the Record editor ti;-it the well will be drilled with i Aiibination tools, and that the tr. I.--, rig, casing, truck, bunk h • i,-e, and everything that be- ii gs to a deep well drilling out- f:' are on the cars now on the way t>! Canadian. The equipment was 1 >.>iod out of Burkburnett last w and will be here just as sooiv ;• the railroad can bring it. Mr. Allen and J. S. Slade of A. iiene hold the leases on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our usual weekly meeting was held October 1, the president pre- siding. Mrs. Todd led the Scrip- ture lesson, the Lord's Prayer was Recited, the roll called, etc. Our secretary, spending the week at her ranch home, the minutes of the previous meeting were not read. A vote of thanks was given Mr. Thomas Moody for the nice dona- tion of one hundred dollars he had sent to the W. C. T. U. This gen- erous gift could not come at amore opportune time, and we assure this kind friend that our women appreciate his kindness in the ful- lest sense of the word. Not only the (iheck but his words of en-j couragement confined in the let-] ter received) 88 well- * • '. thanlr -gam we uim and hope to ever merit his good opinion. | Our benediction recited, we took up the work of the afternoon. Considerable was done, but we trust more of our women may find it convenient to come out and help Vv'ednesday afternoons. The following ladies will have charge of the different booths: Fancy b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

I'liis Newspaper Sermon a | long distances to be at the funeral Most Splendid Thine;- yesterday. One came all the way j from Oklahoma. One got up from 'l,!l :• sick hud to go, and as he helped 4? A handful of ashes and a i raved upon a .copper urn !; all 'it. will remain tonight of Frank .Missouri's Robin II I. l-ast night the body was t;.k< u St. Louis. Today it will be '•mated. Tomorrow the ashes of ■ former bandit will come to ;!i>as City and go into a box in safety deposit vault in a bank • d there will rest, behind great ■ked doors of armor plate until ■veil, no one can tell; maybe un- resurrection day. Yesterday the relatives and • ends of Frank James gathered '■ the James farm, near Kearney carry the body of his old comrade he staggered under the weight. When Judge John F. Phillips ii! his funeral speech, standing !•••• si(ie the coffin, half turned and hi id !:: s hand upon it and >-n:d : "Since his surrender he acquit- ted himself always as a man of high honor," a ...

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

i\ w? I Cleveland Couple Appear Garbed •• for Informal Picnic and Bridegroom Holds Forth Voluminously on His Ideas of Modern Marriage Cere- mony—But Read What the Cierk Saw In Little Alcove Off the Court. "There's too much silly sentimental- ity about gelling married nowadays, •nyway," a young bridegroom told Ed- ward Fairbanks, cashier of probate court lu Cleveland after fishing In his pocket and laying out on the counter three quarters and a nickel for his license. He looked like a sentiment-defying bridegroom, clad in a plain flannel •ult, heavy tan shoes and au army •hlrt and black string necktie. And his bride, of about his age— twenty-throe—was dressed lu gingham, as If for an informal picnic. Further- more, the young man volunteered a A TWO FOLD DUTY Many thoughtful mothers first give their Sildren Scott's ERilsion tregularly — ar>«5. efoen take it themselves. It « a tonic food hat contains elements as needful :o an adult as to # <tlaald. Build up your strength — try Sc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

3*CHEL0R GIRL'S REFRAIN. o n i g <!- f* II -'id yon over have Wouldn't expro.s.s, A y< J ti11 t< <n the hearl Uiui n i«'.r vou • I vj e, leHmg' next in kin t<> lionics;n". '■ o: .sttine one yo;u can lo\'o, a :•! w •;. loves yon? ^ tho aprh.-i; has kiss-Mi the tn-, • .j =, :>n.J th.- birds are ail about, Hu.ruig soa.Ljs or building n.\sis, i- . • j. i s"> '*"• "U wMfhed thorn in tln-ir ;! i I -m 1'<i your hoan cry out 1 r soinu one you ran lo\e, and -a ho loves," you? ,,v ! ' you spread your little tab!-*, and a ionely meal you take, wholesonie food, with many dniniie**, too, "" you ever long for some one tu the juicy steak, h nie one you can love, and who love® you ? ,A b'-n the daily tasks are over, and light and darkness meet, r d you sit and dream beside the glow- ing flue, t'id yon ever try to picture some on® lounging at your feet. Borne one that you love, and who loves you? .♦ nd did you ever wonder why a wis* s and loving Fate </ .. • women souls...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

The Canadian Record Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOM IS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Volume 27, Number 1 As we place the date line in this issue of the Record we are remind- ed that this is the first offering of a new volume. The inarch of time has filled another newspaper year, and a new file is opened. Twen- ty-six years ago the Canadian Rec- ord began marking history for the Panhandle. What that history has been we are not familiar with. \\ e can imagine a print shop out on the border land twenty-six years ago. The value of the entire out- fit was perhaps not more than that of one of the job presses in the Record bffice today. Could the proprietor of that little junk shop have looked into the future and seen a Record whose equip- ment today is worth forty times as much as the Record plant was when the paper was first estab- lished, he would—well, he would have declared that they we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

onev PERSONAL AND LOCAL i t p Everybody's store can please von in sweaters. A new Cable baby grand piano was installed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Isaacs last Satur- day, PERSONAL AND LOCAL Extra good patterns in shirts at Everybody's. J. B. Zybach was in Saturday I'or supplies. ('anadian Clarence To.el of \'ernon, Texas, has taken a position with the Ca- nadian Buick Company and will lie in charge of the Willanl Battery! Service department. , Lon Tipps was in the city Satur- day looking after business and scattering good cheer. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Douglas shoes priced right at Ev erybody's. Mrs. YV. L. Johnson i d a new Buick Six roadster, chased from the Canadian ('oinpany. Mrs. .Johnson dre, Buick to Kansas on a visit. ivmg p ii r- >• the W. A. Powledge of the Zybach neighborhood was a business visit- oi in Canadian Saturday. W. E. Owens of Wichita Falls was registered at the Moody Hotel the latter part of last week. Dick Isaacs, who has been in the service since April, l'....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

H' ! : i u! ■■ h CHAPTER I. The shadows of the spruce trees fell northeastward. pointing long, cool fingers n cross belts of undulating prairie or leaning lazily against the brown foothills. And among the trees it was cool and green, and clear blue water rippled over beds of shin- ing gravel. The house was of round, straight togs; the shingles of the squat roof were cupped and blistered with the *uns of many summers. Ilefuse loi- tered about the open door: many wmpty tins, a leaky barrel with miss- ing hoops, boxes, harness, tangled bits wire. Once there had been a fence. * sort of picket fence of little sap- lings, but wild broncos had kicked it io pieces and range steers had strag- gled unscarred across Us scattered remnants. Forward, and to the left, was a small corral, mill slabs on end or fences of lodgepole pine; a corner foinewhat covered Iq, offering vague protection from (he weather. The up- per poles were worn thin with the cribbing of many horses. The desert ion seemed ab...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

Ai. iist, re- lied the inc. the ere she mil ion ink be >oy de- led ow bis DC- en op tin :k. or ist iii- l>ll )t. go l? G? i.v j? r? :>f I ' I The Cow Puncher (CONTINUED FROM 8th I'AGE.) "Won't you sit down here, Mr. El- deu?" .she said. There had been no introductions. Dave ate on in silence. i "Thank you," said the old man, and there was something in his voice which may have been emotion or may have been the huskincss of tlie heavj drink- er's throat. The girl gave ii the for- mer explanation. As he took the prof- fered chair she saw in this old man Shreds of dignity which the less relined eye of his son had not distinguished. To Dave his father was an a ill i < i i im to he borne ; an unfair load laid on a hoy who had done nothing to deserve this punishment. The miseries associated with his parentage had gone far to make him sour and moody. Irene at first had thought him rude and gloomy; flashes of humor had modified that opinion, hut she had not yet learned that his d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

I?r'• 1 s I !i 17 n flED CROSS RULES THAT DRIVE 13 EXCLUS VELY FOR ; MEMBERSHIPS. Tii ■ I tod Cross will tint become a parly to local or community "war chests," accord lug to an announcement, tsuued rc.i-i'iilly by Alfred Falrhnnk, Manager of the. Sou 1 vostern Division of 'bo 11 • -1 Cross. The decision fol- lows a ioc.ioiI nilliiu of the Central Committee of 'he \merican R.p.d Cross arid is based upon Ihe fact that the forthcoming Hod Cross drive, Novem- ber 'i to 11, Is o be a campaign for individual, not wholesale, member- ship's. Chapter chairmen of the Red Cross Chapters throughout Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma arid Arkansas have beau nont the following notification by Manasor Call-bank: "Tbt Central Committee of the Amul nn Red Cross has announced that IfckT Cross Chapters should not become parties to any local war chests or e.< iiiiiiiinlty war chests Inasmuch as ii« Third Roll Cat) Is primarily a call f.<« K<«l Cross membership. ' Am (hit Red Cross does not pla...

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

'V 1 | Gems of Thought. | We cannot conquer fate and | necessity, jet we can yield to j (hem in such a manner us to l>o * greater iliau if we could.—-Lan- ] dir. I l,ove is like flame—light us ] I inuny fresh flames at it as you j ? will, It grows instead of (jiiniin- ! : | ishln f. 1>.V tlie dispersion,— j j | Kingsley. j i I Cruelty like every other vice, 1 I 7 requires no motlvs1 outside It- j II self; It only requires - oppor- j j j t unity. j j | Obstinacy and vebemency In j I 1 opinion are the surest proofs of J ■ | stupidity.—IJanon. j : 4>. ^^..♦•••<8 THIRD RED CROSS ROLL CALL Novtmkar 2 to 11, 1919 Time to Re-Join Citation by Publication of Final Account The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting: Mrs. Paul Hoefle, administra- trix of the estate of Paul Hoefle, deceased, having filed in our Coun- ty Court her final account of the condition of the estate of said Paul Hoefle, deceased, numbered 21 on the Probate Docket of Hemph...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 9 October 1919

I m 111 I M I iv Washita Valley Herefords by ' No.Wii't' l i. Gioi v,e/ L.->rf Ilofl Perfect 80 I. *•« ? i $2000 Caldo 8th, and fctnl, 2inG>>4 f«*r «ali NO. 542(532, 1st, No. 464023. ws and heifers in hy Beau MUitaami No. ¥.>wtg stJKk, fooUi sexes it. 'I. ALEXANDER Gtirn, TV**-* "Tw s * wiiid and dre«r> day vhw ti« i WWie ;>«a took llwit doll ray« « ! Cj 'r.f. it lho«ve to Mamma. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEBY GLEANINGS Mrs. Kesler called on Mrs. May- Ik-id Monday. Maye Barker called on Mrs. Igo Monday afternoon. F. A. Ruby made a business trip to Canadian Thursday. Minor Carson cut feed for Mr. Deals Friday and Saturday. N'eely McGuire spent Saturday and Sunday at the I go home. L. S. Palmer of Canadian spent Monday night at F. A. Ruby's. Mrs. Carson and her children were Friday visitors at the Beal home. Mr. and Mrs. Vice of Mobeetie spent Saturday night at the Barker home. Mrs. Barker and her mother called at :J. A. Johnson's Friday afternoon. Margie McGuire spen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME NUMBER 1. CANADIAN. HEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS. TKL BSD A V, OCTOBER 18. LiU?. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.09 THE YEAR RELIEF PROMISED FROM TRANSPOR- TATION DEADLOCK Panhandlie - Plains Chamber of Commerce Receives Assurance That Cars Will be Provided for Grain Shipment Panhandle set back many years Pies •-. wire answer, stating wheth- er or not it is possible to order such a hearing at Amarillo and I how s >on. Unless it is at an early date many millions of dollars will be lost and perhaps be too iate. P A N H ANDLU-P L A1N S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Concurred in by Panhandle Bank- ers Association and Panhandle Grain Dealers Association. IIV An action is being taken by the Panhandle Plains Chamber of Commerce in a determined effort lo relieve the condition which now exists with reference to the ship- ment of products of the Panhan- dle soil to the markets. Without exaggeration, we are facing today the most disastrous condition that has ever presented itself to the people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

ill S Si. I wiiii IIS mgBKH nwlr vr^rVI cm. tat Styles of Unusual Charm for Women and Misses It will be a real pleasure for women and misses who want unusually fine frocks to see the handsome new STERLING Dress- es for fall that we have assembled in most complete variety. SPERLING Dresses are created by master designers of highest skill. Best new fash- ion tendencies are faithfully 'followed. Every detail carries distinction and charm. Making thruout shows minute care and daintiness of treatment, and materials are the kinds that give service and satisfac- tion. In the selection there are charming after- noon models and smart types for street and practical wear. Materials are those favored by fashion for fall. This showing of styles in vogue for the new season is ah important fashion event that you will not want to miss. We cor- dially invite you to make an early visit. 817 . C O I. u M N W. C. T Our weekly meeting O'ctt-ber 8th was attended i-y goodly num- ber, the president presidi...

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