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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

/I m v) m m AMERICANISM PLUS The Red Cross, while fulfilling" America's obligation to the stricken peoples of Europe, must respond to the call at home to meet the greater peace-time responsibilities revealed the cessation of war. | This mean$l .$ AT home " ' I. Organization of the nation's Health forces by co - operation with existing agencies and by independent action in unorganized communities. Education of housewives, school children and other groups in food preparation, home hygiene and care of the sick. II. Expansion of Home Service in those communities where no similar service exists to provide the same help to civil- ian families that has been given families of our fighting men. (In ninety per cent of the Home Service communities there existed no similar agency.) Providing an Information Service to explain facili- ties offered by the government and pri- vate sources. Inspiring co-operative effort to make communities safer and better places in which to live. III. Emergency rel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

9 % IMP W W ' I "The Greatest Mother in the World i ■ ■ ■w.-i cannot limit her ministrations to the sufferers of war. Communities, like people, have troubles, misfor times. ~ ' \'jiJK'.S ' iSjf/i'iA/L- - ■ V' , . As the homes make the community, so the communities make the nation. To aid in time cf disaster, to prevent unnecessary suffering, to apply the great American spirit of service at home as well as abroad—this to which the Red Cross is summoned. is the mission ■r Im Americanism calls every citizen to respond for duty by en- roling as a member or the American Red Cross. Pay of British Flyers Raised. Particulars of Clio, ne\y senIc of pay for odleers holding permanent or short service. commissions in the reconsti- tuted British (ill-, force have bi'en made li Known ay i:no air ministry, a unirijrm system of rates for all branches (with the exception of certain .specialist serv- ices) 11as been adopted, the pay ran-, ing from live shillings per day, for a cadet, to £7 for a gene...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

! •f m B lis $0 1 i m f4 11(1 >ut In In he Dg w Wko^kre One! THE Red Cross banner carries the glory of Americanism to the far corners of the earth. lis Unselfish Service has won the undying gratitude of humanity. And now, to be to America in Peace what it has been to the World in War, is its sacred Duty — and Yours. EVERY AMERICAN Must Answer to tlie I t RED- CROSS ROLL November 2 to 11, 1919 This space contributed by h it,,-* ^ .. B. M. B. Mercantile Company Canadian Hardware and Furniture Company Baders' Pharmacy Miller's Jewelry Shop Allen & Studer, Life Insurance First National Bank Panhandle Lumber Company Humphrey Grocery Company J. C. Studer's Meat Market

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 October 1919

^ "ft /. A -- . il'U- X m ■■-.yv-'v / CWti'. '"fotf'ttr.tmiiritiMujf ||ll8i|il Light of Love and. Comfort and ilfeS ■ |«. :v HH Asltlleamed with the Spirit of America throughout a world torn and ravaged b? war, so if glows with radiant Hope for the great America at home, through practical service, to protect life and health, to inspire and help in the establishment of a healthful, happy home life, and to aid in the Broader reconstruction and rehabilitation to which America is pledged abroad. v Your duty, as an American citizen, is to assist in this American mission, by enlisting your heart, your dollar and your friends. ■ .M. -y ' li Third Red? Cross t Roll Call \s This space contributed by Members of Zybach-Owens Post Number 56 Ed L. Nowels, Will Crow, N. W. Finch, Edw. C. Fisher, Milton Thomas, S. A. McAdams, Dr. W. R. German, G. R. Nolen, Grover Barnes, Frank Cole, Robt. J. Graham, Fred B. Caylor, John R. Caylor, Ira Nash, E. J. Pickens, Bob Zellsman, Dr. E. H._Snyder, Sud Haynie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD ■ OL I'M E 27 NUMBER CANADIAN, HEMPHILl COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,NOVEMBER (i, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR «/ Annie Webb Blanton State Superintendent to Visit Canadian ('•unity Judge W. D. Fisher lias received word from Annie Webb Hi;.nt in, stale superintendent ol .st.i!• that she lias accepted the in". Ration to be in Canadian din- ing the week oi' the North Pan - hjjiiule 'Teachers Institute in w mber, and will speak before the institute. If arrangements can be made Judge iMsher will have her speak at night so the citizenship may have an opportu- nity of hearing her. She will ar- rive here on Thursday ol the In- stitute.' J!iss Blanton is a remarkabh character as well as a very etlici- cut tie official. The children <>! her r a rents wort! left orphans, ami it : i-i: i.) Miss Blanton as the old- .tf them to provide lor them an.', -ilueate them. She rai.-et! 1; •) i'1's and sisters to y> unj* od and wonif lihoo-], and fh I !•)': .'I C'n ilo;'''? &...

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

Resolutions Stale Convention of the American Legion At the meeting- of the American Legion Tuesday night the report ot Milton Thomas, delegate to the state meeting in Dallas, was re- ceived and listened to with much interest. Houston was chosen foi the next annual session of the Texas Division of the American Legion. Among the resolutions adopted were: Favoring the League of Nations without reservations; Opposed asking for a bonus. This does not forbid the accept- ing of a bonus should one be of- fered ; Denouncing Bolshevism and calling for the deportation of alien enemies; Calling for an investigation of the leniency shown conscientious Slackers; Making women eligible for office in the Legion; Forming woman's auxiliaries; Demanding a more liberal in- terpretation of the Vocational THERE IS A VALU- ABLE REASON why people say the J. A. Chambers Store is a logical place to trade. He sells good merchandise, buys for cash and elimin- ates all possible leaks and waste; doesn't buy long ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

iNS of the [ry I for ise |ry and I the lit I . < . T. I . ( () 1. T M N weekly iiH'i'ting (Jctnhei . was attended by the usual tile president presiding . Johnson read the i I ih I'salni the Lord's prayer was reeitedj west part of town. .\!i - dames (Jerlat Isaacs, north part east sections. Mail the street between i i'EKSOXAL AND LOCAL i! and W. C. 1 i' town and Street and ie W. C. T. U Patronize hone; Snow White Flour Kverv sack guaranteed along with all the others of his i class, and ;riven a chance on some industry. Buy• island or . mewhere else, where made at home, i such eha>-:e lers can live together luilding the dividing lines. nison, the roll called, etc A will o lu- ll gh- year-1 ropea* • (!• it, caittee was appointed to draw up r 'solutions on the death of .Mr 11<*l . ngs, of Laeey, Iowa, father of •"ir member, Mrs. Win. Kuss of 1 a . • by. This gentleman vv as re- ■ ' y called to his heavenly : ' ■ ■ after having pas.-ed his DOth ! ■" : day, and w as s; rone' and ...

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

The Canadian Record Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS .Publisher Entered at the postofiice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. This week is Red Cross Drive Week and if there i.s a fellow whoj hasn't a heart and a dollar in this city the campaigners want to find him so they can take up a collec- tion and buy him a button. Pershing says that a standing army of 300,000 i.s sufficient, that there are numerous inefficient officers and needless offices that could be eliminated and the army would be better organized. But Pershing is only a soldier.1 1 he fellows who warm the soft cush- ions in congress are the ones who fight the nation's battles, and they know what kind of an army the United States needs. Now the administration has a splendid opportunity to show its efficiency and the beauty of gov- ernment ownership of public- utilities. The Panhandle wheat is rotting on the ground because of lack of transportation facilities of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

PERSONAL AM) I.O( Al. Dry Cleaning Laundry. at the Canadian PEKSONAL AM) LOCAL Have yuii seen th> - t ric Iloudior lamps i Jewelry Shop. new Elec- it Miller's .Mi's. Geo. Owens i- jfrorri a severe illness days. rernvi run | — of several! .Miss Abbie Hevrnn has accept- ed a position as .saleslady with the B. .VI. B. Mercantile Company. W. E. Tandy of Ochiltree Coun- ty was a business visitor in oui city the first pai't of the week. The devotees of Terpsichore enjoyed a dance at the Santa Ke Reading Room one night last week. 30 cent cans of Bee Brand toma- toes for 25 cents Friday and Sat- urday at the Panhandle Co-Opera live Company. ' Wright Bussell of Lipscomb was in Canadian Tuesday to take home Mrs. Wright who had been receiving treatment at the hos- pital for two weeks. Fred Kindel, formerly an old resident of Hemphill County, is moving back to this vicinity from Pheonix, Arizona, where he has been located for about live years. H. B. Beach returned home last week from an exte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

show ni.sti- were Lkction Returns The latest election returns that all amendments to the c tution in Texas except two lost by heavy majorities. The amendment to increase the •tiiK for Confederate Veterans and Iti allow the city of Galveston to issue bonds to the amount of $5,000,000 were carried. In Kentucky, Morrow, Republi- can, is elected governor. In Mas- sachusetts, Cooledge, Republii an, if elected by a large majority. Iii Maryland and Now Jersey the result is in doubt with the democrats slightly in the leaf!. In Ohio partial returns show '.hat the drys have won by about To.000, taking with them ail ap- proval of the amendment to the national constitution. In New York early returns in- dicate that Tammany was beaten in the election of all three Justices of the Supreme Court and presi- dent of the board of alderman. Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt was elected to the legislature. lions to a far greater extent than !recognized by those in charge of ! govc rnniental aifai rs. "The ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

%imt i m™ # .■ 2 > o 11 o m STlOSt . ..csuve ins. ^for indigestion afiord pleas* K | ing and prompt relief from | the distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BY scon1 & BOWNE MAKERS OK SCOTT'S EMULSION CANADIAN Automobile Exchange One Dodge 1,500 lb truck, nearly new, $750. One Ford touring 1917 model, Eas- ier shock absorbers, in first class repair, $450. <fne Hupmobile, model 1917 in A1 condition, $800. If you want to buy or sell, let me know. Joe Getzwiller CANADIAN, TEXAS Barn's Skive, formerly called Hunt's, Cure la eaper 1*117 com pounded tor the treatment ef Itch, Besem*, Bine worn, ul Tetter, and le eold by the druf> fist on the etrlet guarantee that the pnrehaae price, 75c, will be promptly refunded to any dlaaat- ufied coetomer. Try Hunt'sBolv* at our risk, for salt locally bj Bader's Pharmacy liam|> Funeral Thi .Mi ;. Ii. M. iia ;■ >'i the mi..* 1 pronihh' of Hemphill County ( ay lor hospital Tue.« ran go men Is have bei 1 "id the funeral fro' h nan Church th:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 6 November 1919

WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS Armistice Day at Gt;m Gem will celebrate the signing ol the armistice next Tuesday with u literary program in the church. Mr. W. R. Potter of Durham, Oklahoma, has responded to the invitation of the committee, and will be the principal speaker, Mr. Potter is well informed and an in- teresting speaker, showing by his delivery that he has given subject --whatever it may ample thought. The Misses Bee Park Beulah Upfold are drilling little people and we believe nn excellent program may be period. You arc invited. —LADY BETH. hi.- be- and the that ex- 1IIJY W. S. S. Our Nation calls for money Just a loan from you and me, Let's give it in thanksgiving To the boys for victory. Then come, assist your country With a heart that's full and free, While we are shouting of Victory. Chmrus Hurrah! Hurrah! we'll shout for Victory Hurrah! Hurrah! for the boys who set us free, And now we're going to do our part And let the whole world see That we're not laggards in Victo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27 NUMBER 6. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Canyon Collegians Win Over Canadian High School Team very end a n (1 The local High School boys went I- ■'jinyon on the early morning train last Saturday for a game !he Normal at that place. 1: was evident from the first I I w of the whistle that the High School boys were unequally match- ed by their opponents. Both the liai-kfield and the line were con- si d e ra b 1 y ou tweigh ed. The Normal ites gained little from their passes and runs as the Canadian ends halves time and again went around their opponents ends and threw their backs for losses. It was in the terrific line plunging of the normal team that the game was won. With both the weight of the line and backfield the Canadian line was battered to pieces. When the last quarter had con- chid ed the score stood 48-0 in favor of the Collegians. The Highs might have made the score closer if they had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

Girl Radical Makes Attempt j o'clock, the presence of the would- to Murder Ex-Kaiser Wilhelmjbe assassin being unknown. At a j sharp pace he started in the di- Amerongeh, Nov. 11. —Sparta- U-ection of the thicket but when cist agents, which is German for] near it paused and turned sharply Bolsheviki murderers, hold more | to the right. To the hidden woman terror for the dethroned Prussian: this action indicated that her Kaiser than the combined armies end international courts of the world, and incidentally they are apparently determined to destroy the once mighty War Lord before the Entente nations have a chance to bring him to trial. Amerongen is visited almost daily by new Spartacist leaders who have sworn to wreak vengence on the Kaiser for the wrongs he brought upon them when he occu- pied the German throne. But, tho the Kaiser is now only William Hohenzollern, he is .Prot.^e^y ®' derbrush, but failed to secret service organization that ^ ^ 4U every wh.t as comp ete^s t ^ m ^ fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

m 53 S\ I The norther this week brot a real need for warm clothing. We anticipated the cold spell and stocked a supply of clothing that will defy Old Man Winter. We invite you to call and inspect our lines. AH kinds of Gloves other Cold Weather Needs <o..l 4J? ' Moleskin Tpo m a t ! i ISC £ They're great for keeping out the cold. Everything a Man Needs Exclusive Men's Store Iv Memories of Buffalo Jones No history of the Plains, of Northwest Texas and Eastern New Mexico is complete without the name of Charles J. Jones better known to the Plainsmen as ''Buffalo" Jones, and his death at Topeka, Kansas, a few days age brings many memories back tumb- ling over each other in a mad stampede to recall the setting of the Plains in the old days when Buffalo Jones was in his prime Jones was seventy-five years of age when he died. He came tc the Western Plains in 18G6. The following tribute to his memory from the pen of Z. E, Black in the Dallas News will be of especial interest to all old t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

n. ■ if. i The Canadian Record; Canadian, Hemphill County, Texan; Published Every Thursday' Loomis & Loomis-... Publishers L. P. Loomis Managing Editor If life is monotonous, if you bank. The South has ;i virulent have a notion that living has set- epidemic of cotton fever just now tied down to a humdrum existence The men won't chew oft' the same just get a position on the board of | plug of tobacco and the women Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. The editor of the Record is not familiar with the names on the ■ingle list of the subscription book, so if you are sending a paper or papers to friends or relatives at some postoffice other than Ca- nadian please let us know at once Or we will be sending that friend equalization and see how badly you are fooling yourself. The board of equalization gets all the grievances of the entire communi- ty from time immemorial heaped on its head. Doubtless one great element which kept down the spirit of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Everybody's sweaters are priced right. See them. The Rev. E. I). Morgan was Amarillo the first of the week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Shoes (l)ouglas) worth the loom"/ at Evei'vbody's. ^ Next week is Candy Week at Gerlaeh's Variety Store. Come and buy some very toothsome dain- ties. VV". Williams was in from the Gageiiy last Friday with a car of cattle for market. Our picture frames have arriv- ed. Bring in your photo and we will mount them for you. Miller's Jewelry Shop. We will try and carry a nice stock of Nut Butter at all times to meet the demands of our trade. 40c the pound at Studer's. ^ Henry Phillips has the founda- tion down for a nice five room residence on his lots near the court house square. The new house will be pebble dashed and modern in every respect. We h ave been fortunate in se- curing a nice line of diamonds and with prices advancing so fast on precious stones we can make you a very close price on them. Mil- ler's Jewelry Shop. Coleman Jackson has m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

tv " i ■ liBlt " THE COWPUNCHER " (Continued from last week) "Now, Dave, rvo neen tupping In a little already, and it. struck me we might work together on this deal, tour papier hits considerable weight, and if that weight falls the right way job won't find tee stingy. For- Wtstanee, an item that tins property"—he pro- ■ «hH*(i a slip with some legal descrlp- , lions—"has heeu sold for ten thousand dollars to eastern investors — very conservative investors from the Rust, ; don't forget; that—might help to turn another deifi that's just hanging. Sorry Jo keep you so long, but perhaps you t*tin eateh the press yet." And with one of Ills friendly mannerisms Oon- v". '■ departed. ]):ivi: sat. tor some minutes in a quandary. lie was diseouragti^l with his salary, or, rather, with the lack of prospect of any increase in his salary. Con ward's words had been very unset- tling. They pulled in opposite direc- tions. They fired him with a new en- thusiasm for liis city, and they inti- loaiew ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

Ll Wednesday 13ijrht to attend Mrs WITH OUR Rl'RAJL COR RKSI'ON i) E NTS <11 a 1 ■ improv- GAGEHV CLEANINGS L. Dent made a business tri: to Shamrock last week. Johnnie Largent took sup,pe| at J. B, Igo's Sunday night. Miss Maye Barker called on Mrs. Audio Bennington Monday. The singing at C. G. Barker's was well attended Sunday night. Doc Haralson and family are visiting at the Beal home a few days. Mr. Barker and daughter, Maye spent Friday with Mrs. Vise at Mobeetie. Several of the farmers have been m ling coal from Shamrock the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dent, Mr. and Mrs.; Ralph Ruby, John Francis and Walter Hennington took sup- per at the Johnson's Sunday. Mrs. Audio Hennington who has been suffering from an attack of appendicitis was taken to the Tay- lor hospital Friday for an opera- tion. Dr. Smith of Wheeler was called Jones who had an attack ndiciUs. She is great!;. ed at this writing. K. C. l|«§ss and family, IVIr. and Alls, Win, 1!oss. Miss Mae Lissen- : bi-e, Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 13 November 1919

Buy More Meat Meat is the cheapest commodity you can buy today in comparison to other food products. The purchasing power of a dollar will compare well with 1916 in the buying of meats, whereas in other food products and commodi- ties it will not buy by 1-2 to 1-3 of what it would buy then. We open at 5.30 a. m.; Close at 5 p. m. Saturday's 6. 30 p. m. ,;, Pay Cash and Buy for Less ! ex-kaiser claims I divine inspiration You'll Have Time to Play Do your housework the electrical way and you'll find much more time to do the things you like to do and to enjoy the pleasures that are taken from you by drudgery at home. Canadian Water, Light and PoyferCompany J. M.SHAW . Real Estate ' "O Fire and Accident Insurance Surety Bonds EOCJs SELF-niHiNG PEN rULSH IN TWOB SECONDS &WM We repair all makes of ears. ilMr fctVUf J London, Oct. 31.—( Delayed) — Amazing reports are current here' i in well informed quarters concern- j ing the state of the former kaiser's j mental health. Mis dispositi...

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