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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

i ■ pn '■ s' • ¥" Around Picking Up Mineral Rights in Printing' Office Mr. F. R. Jamison, formerly ed- il-sr of the Canadian Record, and at present Secretary-Manager : the Panhandle-Plains Chamber Commerce with headquarters at Amarillo was in this c tiylast: Sat-' ijteiay en route home from the rfoyd County fair at Fioydada.; While here Mr. Jamison, as could be expected, was a pleasant caller at the Beacon office. He was ac- companied by L. M. Van Vleck, division manager of the Delco Lights products. Mr. Jamison edited and publish- ed the Canadian Record for a num- ber of years, selling the business! to L. P. Loom is last winter. He is temporarily out of business, and on propounding the question if he had found another location he only smiled one of those Frank Jami- smiles. He is nosing around the print shops of the Panhandle and it is our candid opinion he is fixing to break back into the busi- ness again. They all do. On entering our shop he laid hold of the mallet, with the stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

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. The Suspended Sentence Law Sheriff McFall of Wichita Falls recently started a sentiment that has at least gone over this por- tion of the state when he stated ■ that at the next session of the sher- iffs association he would make an effort to have that body petition the ieKi.-iature to repeal the sus- pended sentence law. He has had many men come before his court many red handed murderers go- ing unpunished, f'• r are prac- tically unpunished when they •• (five a suspended s e:'tf>;sce vtr- diet. ' The jury ;s naturally -yrr:r:;- i thetic for the defendant, and wren [the suspended sentence law is held before them as a punishment and yet an opportunity to show their charity, they accept it as a salve for their conscience in turning a criminal loose on the world. Suspend the suspended sentence la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

ey PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL 4 \ !1 ■ \ ft # !!oiirio i-.pron-i, KM- ■■ ilies stro a1 he nc Hverybi'-n v's, N ice 1:r.e < s Snoes i or ' ne i.si arrived Hi Every':0(:\ s. p. ues New line of : Rogers Sil ws at MiJiei ';i Je'..'-.'I on. ; .\e\v sr,.omen: ol :84?| junt received, ,I«st ■ivtd have been \VK!U:nj;. elry Shop. ne M i ! v.-ate he style y< ; ler's, Je'.v PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. O K. McMoriiie spent Sat- lav aj]rl iMinroi, tnc n hc-r Mrs. Jim Beautiful shades of yarn are \ye know your v :,fe doesn'; being recei ved daily now i>y the j wan: to cook dinner Sunday. E. 'iM. B. Mercantile ( ot.-.j any. j bring; her and the kiddies to t:h Come early and get your shade for j Hilk-rest Inn for dinner. We'll ! in at new SWEATER. ; giari to have you. H i ' hn S:vii:h .i ..'.'inadian is vis- >.{ ' L. M a r'..n -.'! Shamrov. k and vi.l leave j'or An.-:..-) in a few- lavs.- Shamrovk Texan. Little Fay Evelyn, the iw'-year New Sweaters, Caps and Scarfs V,. i are being...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

Would Preserve Sites of ; Early Panhandle History ■ |v Some early interesting history of the Panhandle was reviewed1 last week when Mr. W. M. Camp, a newspaper man of Chicago came down to Canadian with the inten- tion of locating and permanently marking some of the old battle grounds of the early seventies, j The beginning of this investiga-j tion was started by a correspon- dence between Mr. Camp and Mrs j Olive Dixon of Miami, who is the( widow of William (Billie) Dixon one of the white men who fought | in the Buffalo Wallow Indian fight j of Sept. 13, 1874, and also in the; Adobe Walls Indian fight of June 28th of the same year. The Buf- falo Wallow fight site is between the Washita and Bagebv creeks in Hemphill County, and is known to be in what i- now the Charlie Teas pasture, while the Adobe Walls battle-grounds are in Hutchinson County near the Tur- key Track Ranch headquarters. It was Mr. Camp's intentions to bring Amos Chapman, who lives at Ceiling, Okla., and is the only k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

. BERACHAH QUARTET AND Dr. UPCHITOCH LECH RES APPEAL TO OUR PEOPLE Dr. and Mrs. J. T. tJpc; arch, founders of the Bejrachch Hun;e 511 Arlington, Texas, six at s< .eral days in Canadian during in.' past week holding lectures ;•:••! accept- ing free will offerings n r the sup- poit of their Berachah Home. They were accompanied by; the Beiachah <i;uartct of young ladies, a quartet which always wins popular favor wherever they sing. Doctor Up- Church, a cowboy in his young manhood, is a forceful preacher and a pleasine character, arid his work in establishing the Berachah home is one of the most splendid things that has been done in the southwest. He is ably assisted by his wife who is an accomplished musician, and the Berachah nna:r- tet is composed of young ladies who came to the home to find a refuge from the world and get a new start in life. The Berachah Home is a place where outcast and disgraced girls way go and secure a training f r their restoration to a clean and useful ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 16 October 1919

fkt Story of a Turret Captain "" fioBic^ioci in the Navy comes quickly to tihoar who qualify for higher ratings. In March 1899 A. P. Nilsson enlisted in flavy as an Apprentice Seaman. 3rd class. T April 1907 he was rated Chief Turret £«ptatn. His pay today is $163.76 per - - A man s life—amon^ ijllSIti Reel them off—"Rio".Gibraltar; Ceylon, Yokohama—all the great ports of the world—are they only places on the map to you—or are they port* where you've gone sail- ing in from the high seas with every eye along the shore turned, •dmiringly on your big ship— yout ship! Every-ocean has a United States ship sailing for aome port worth seeing. If you've any call in you foe a full life—join, and color all your years ahead with memories of things worth seeing-—with knowl- edge worth having—with an inex- haustible fund of sea tales and Adventures picked up ashore and afloat that will make you a wet- come man in any company. Work?—sure, and a man's work it is, among men. Play ?—well, rather, wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 3. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURS^AY,OCTOBER 23, 19i< SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Some Cars Are Now Being Provided to Move Big Wheat Crop What was said to have been im- possible is now being accomplish- ed in the moving of the great Pan- ^handle crop of wheat and grains. Even now cars are being furnish- ed in a noticable amount and are moving forward to the great water port of Galveston where it is taken on board ship for foreign ports. In the future even more pro- nounced will cars come this way to take care of the great crop of wheat which lies on the ground and is being wasted. Thru the Panhandle Chamber of Commerce, with other business associations of Amarillo and the Panhandle, this great change has been brot about. We earnestly ask the co-operation of every ship- per of grains, and will be glad to get : nv information regarding amounts and places where wheat in on the ground or poorly housed so ihis can be forwarded to the I')...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

•w' m W. C. T. U. COLUMN | Our weekly meeting October 15 was attended by a Ian,'.! num- ber of members and two guests, the president presiding. Mrs. Geyer read the Bible lesson and voiced the opening prayer; our recording secretary with us again, called the roll and read the min- utes of the previous meetings The committee in charge of the Lyceum course which will be given under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. this year was present and outlined some plans and de- cided to begin the sale of tickets at once as the first number, which promises to be an excellent one. will be given the night of Novem- ber 1st, at the auditorium of the High School. Our young women have this matter in charge and will wait on our people il they have not already done so, and wc trust the selling of these season tickets will meet with a hearty response from the people of Ca- nadian and vicinity. Alone from the monetary advantage that wc hope for, those Lyceum Courses are generally of an educational benefit t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

0 Fourteen Points in Bernstorff's | Analysis of Germany's Defeat i "In the history of the world there never has been an umlesorv- ( eo defeat," says Count Johann' lleirich von Bomstorfl, ! >rmui Ger.v.an Ambassador to the I nited States in an interview with I lay on Talbot, feature writer for the i periodicals of America. These; fourteen points cover his an- alysis of the influences that cm- tributed to Germany's defeat: "Thus the end of the war itself proves that Germany merited the i (ii.saster that has overtaken her." j "in the German Emperor's j telegram to Krueger 1 have always seen the foundation of the world! war." "Almost anybody might have, safely predicted that a German policy based on a Berlin-Constaiil | ^ tinople-Bagdad railway and on the! ™ iiuihling of a Strong army must lead to inevitable conflict with I'.ngiand." "During my official tenure in the United States I reached an under- standing for an arbitration treaty with the American Government no less than three s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

in *row^.an.~1 READ THE ADS. . IT WILL PAY. Canadian Record £ambles oil leases, and then it's a Burleson entered a vigorous <le- I gamble even then. It's human nial of the charges of inefficiency m>, j . .'nature to want to take a chance, in the post office department and Published every Thursday at 1(x.ated in an un. Urated his opponents severely nadian, Hemphill County, rexas.j^^ te[.ritory lhat is developed,The fact nevertheless remains that .'into a rich oil field are in a posi- the postal service has degenerated LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. The Editor a Millionaire—Almost The editor of the Record invent- ed in an oil proposition last win- ter that looked so very good that we felt like a millionaire and be- "gan to hunt up summer watering places and looked over the 1920 Packards. The more the project tion to make some money, but the, to a degree never dreamed by the little fellow has no business trying • Amer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

# A The Panhandle Population I'he Panhandle may not be get- )g her share of appropriations : developing the different statu slitutions, but that will In; medied as soon as this section i- •fT'ilated thickly enough to de- a.'id it, which condition is al- iost, if not already here.—.Mc- News. All of which goes to show that he McLean editor is not very long n statistics. The 1920 census ■viII show you that at the rate the Panhandle population is increas- i'H- and the population of the rest of the state is increasing that it wilt be about 2,000 years before we have enough people to tell the vest of Texas to behave itself. It is conservatively estimated that the population of Texas is 5,000,- 4|o. The population of the north- west one-fourth of Texas is not PASTIME THEATRE Wednesday ALICE JOYCE in "TkiThird ' DejjyppT'i Vitagraph's big 7 reel Special Feature from Charles Klein's great stage success. You can't afford to miss this picture over 1,000,000. A study of the table of scholastics...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

w "It's been a good fime," the doctoi continued, when they hud commenced, supper, "buf I've ulrendy overstayed icy holiday. I feel I can travel now. and my leg will be pretty strong by the time I am back east. If Dave will oblige us by going to town tomorrow 1 l,inK'" „ , . say or not, but now they ye got 10 be rounded. His eyes were looking straight Into hers. "Absolutely," she answered. "Ab- solutely I mean it." "Then I'iu goin' to sa.v some more things to you," lie went on rapidly. 'at 1 didn't know whether to and bringing back some one who can drive a cur, we will be able to start the following morning. I will just take the car to town, uud either sell it there or ship it." The following morning found Dave early on the trail, lending a saddled horse by his side. The hours were leaden for the girl nil that day and, looking Into the future, she saw the specter of her life shadowed down the years by an unutterable loneliness. How could she ever drop It ull—all this wild freedom, th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

Jin a ■pur- |iong M11- 'nrn, ■bur- rs eis, k lime ■ugh. Toal- fung |8tir lone, liute be to I not pntil po- |\vns lulfj I as ■was Ife-W^ loor Ihen lhat |)\vn ces- II ed, 1 the jifie- ftink lea, Inge by how (gin ■'eft lud- lrt ) $ to I on I an fay III is Intel so Iras Isly Inv- ent to hs; Ind jrd, lol- led PERSONAL AND LOCAL \ [he st- I of led led Ihe px- pn- pe- |nt st Light weight cashmere In. Everybody's. H. C. Amnions this week on the Jury. is in Amarili'i Federal Grand qp You can underwear for the men and buy.- worth the money. find at Everybody's PERSONAL ANI) LOCAL The Douglas shoos at Every- body's are priced right. -Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parsell were week end visitors in Canadian. Miss Dorothy Gerlach who has a position in the Miami High School Sundayed in Canadian. W. J. Northern and Fred Ledgerwood of Jet, Oklahoma, were in Canadian Sunday on their way home after a trip to Ochil- tree County where they purchased two quarter sections of Santa Fe land. H. 11. Marks was called to A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

1 Christian Church Will Raise Sum of $.'150,000 I s 111 ■f I II i III i ^ P 11 Dallas, Texas, October 23, - Considerable interest is being ma.i.iiTested in the campaign to be fc-unched November 16th by the Christian Churches in Texas to uLse $350,000 for their education- s'!, missionary and benevolent in- terests. Of the fund $190,000 has been apportioned to Texas Chris tian University of .Fort Worth, $25,000 to Carr-Burdette College of Sherman, $25,000 to Midland) College, $75,000 to the missionary interests and $35,000 to the .Juli- ette Fowler Orphan home and the home for Aged People, of Dallas Heading the movement as chair- man is S. J, McFarland of Dallas and associated with him as vice chairman is Van Zandt Jar vis of Fort Worth. On the executive committe is Ernest Moblcy of Amari I lo,. For the purpose of discussing the plans of action to be carried lout during the campaign, a lunch- ! eon is to be given Tuesday, Oct- : ober 28th, at the Adolphus Hotel : at Dallas. In additio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

I Notice of Application for Letters —Ciuardianship The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County -Oreetine: You are hereby commanded to cause the following notice to be published in a newspaper of gen- f^al circulation which has b -cii continuously and regularly pub- lished for a period of not less than one year preceding- the date ol this notice in the County of Hemphill, State of Texas, and you shall cause said notice i.o be printed at least once each week for the period of ten days exclus- ive of the first day of publication before the return day hereof: Notice of Application For Letters - -Cuaidianship The State of Texas, To all persons interested in Hit- welfare of Charles C. Shaw, a (R'ninor, Annie Riley (his aunt) has filed in the County Court of Hemphill County, an applieat ion ior Letters of Guardianship of the person and estate of said minor which will be heard at the next Term of said Court, com- mencing the First: Monda;. in December, A. P. 1919,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 23 October 1919

Give the world the once over IISTBN, fellows, to some . straight talk. Many a man when he gets to be 40, misses some- thing. He may have lots of money, and a fine family but— He never "got out and saw things". After he gets settled down, it's too late. Every man wants to see the world. No man likes to stand still all his life. The best time to TRAVEL is when you're young and lively —right NOW! Right NOW your Uncle Sam Js calling, "Shove off!" He wants men for his Navy. He's inviting you! It's the biggest chance you'll ever get to give the world the cr.ce overl The Navy goes all over the world—sails the Seven Seas— squints at the six continents— that a its business. You stand, to see more odd sights, wonder- ful scenery and strange people than you ever dreamed of. You'll work hard -while you work. You'll play hard while you play. You'll earn and learn. You'll get, in addition to "shore- leave", a 30-day straight vaca- tion—which is more thanVthe average bank president can count on. Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

SECOND SECTION RED CROSS EDITION Volume 27, number 4. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,OCTOBER 30, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Officers Hemphill County Chapter Elected Friday The Hemphill Comity Chapter tin' American Red Cross met in regular executive session last Fri (■'ay afternoon at the First Nation- al Hank building and elected the jjplowing officers for the ensuing "seal year of 19J9-20: Th< rnas F. Moody; chairman, '>(-■ . E. D. Morgan, vice chair- man. •Mrs--. I). J. Young, secretary:'. 1VV. Allen, treasurer. 1 hairmen of standing commit- tees : V\ ... Crow, publicity. Harold I!. Reed, nursing nn i lb'. K. II. Snyder, first aid. W A. Stigler, junior mem'ner- slii: . "Ir.- X. J. Geyer, home service M Indra Gcyer, home servicc *-x( ■:ve secretary. Cxi itive Committee: Mr II. C. Amnions, Mrs. \V. C. j I it at s, .Miss .Mae F. Blair, H. H. j Marl-:-, I,, p. Lor,mis. Mrs. R. H j Stone, Mrs, Sam Isaacs, Carl Studer. Heroes Thank Red Cross According to telegr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

UND THE WORLD WITH AMERICAN RED CROSS. Home Service. ; fj HOHI. '.>i:'RVn..!: Rfc'IK'KfJSS INFORMATION Ofc SK SB One of the finest constructive activities of the American lied Cross In the war was Home Service In the United States, the friendly connecting link between the soldier far from home and his loved ones. This branch of the Work which under the peace program of the lied Cross will be expanded to benefit all who need the assistance It can provide, Is directed by sclent ideally trained social workers. Since Instituted Homo Service has assisted 800,000 •oldlem' and sailors' families. This photograph shows one of the innumer- able Home Service Information bureaus where service men and their families Could bring their problems for solution. Special Railroad Rate Granted Social Workers Houston, Te*.—Officials of the Unlt- M States Railroad Administration an- nounced today that the Chicago head- quarters have authorized a special rate of one and one-third fares for the (found tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

! fi [| w OlMD THE WORLD WITH E AMERICAN RED CROSS.«. In the Arctic Circle. Wherever American soldiers went during the war and after, there also wont the American Red Cross. This policy carried Red Cross workers to fur corners of the globe and here th«>y are seen near the rim of everlasting Ice and snow In North Russia. Automobiles were used whenever possible but •)on many journeys the reindeer pictured here proved most effective. FORTUNE FADES QUICKLY !\tan Squanders His Brother's Roll in 48 Hours, Losing $1,800 df his brother's money in n single si'ssion oi' n crap game, giving a iillie supper (hat cos; buying a ,?l7fi frock for a wait re-s, ami r1:]' :i!g 11• ■ r a "lilt1" j;resent" of $ToO, are sonic: of lie- ways in which Max Hess of Manhattan is alleged to have .squandered a small boardwalk of Allan cabarets in a lit! hours. Uess was arn-sletl in Chicago In a nobby bathing suit. under telegraphic orders from (lie Now York police, act- ing for his brother, Samuel Hess, a fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

SCHOOL CHILDREN TO AID Vorcia countries la Red Croat aper- §s m#.r; •t- Also Women's Clube, Municipal Em- ployee*, Labor Organizations and Business Men. reign rhlch ated , Patient days to Red Cross hospital In Prance Krencn hospitals material aPd fired uppll lean eoiitfiers Gallons of nitrous oxide and oxygen furnished FYench hospitals Men served by Red Croas canteens In JPrance.... ltefujree* aided In Krauze American convalescent soldiers attending Hed Cross movies In France Soldiers carried by Red Cross ambulances la Italy Children cared for by Red Cross In Italy 13S.OUO Of the $400,000,000 In money and supplies, contributed te the Amerlcsn Tied Cross during the twenty months the war council was ta existence, alloted to national 25 liKuno 8,780 294,000 TEACHERS WILL CANVASS ! Dallas, Texas, instructors Valuntser Aa Red Cross Roll Call Workers. That added momentum Is being given by the Third Red Cross Roll Call by the approach of the opening day of the campaign, November 2, is Indi...

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