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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

H THE CANADIAN RECORD \ \ P 1 \P •i V. :> volume 27, number CANADIAN, HEMI'HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR * Boy Thirteen Years of Age Suicides by Shooting Himself ( has. Collins, thirteen years of a..a. killed himself a! the home ot his grandmother, Mrs. L. G. C• ii- lins, on College Hill in this city Tuesday morning about seven o'clock by shooting himself in the left breast with a shotgun. The boy had been reprimanded the night before for some boyish misdeed and altho the boy had shown sorrow for his wrong doing and had been forgiven by his folks, the matter seemed to weigh heavily on his conscience. After a boyish fight with his younger brother Tuesday morning and his grandmother had left the house, he made an angry and im- patient remark and ran into the bathroom and shot himself. The indications seem to show that he had loaded the gun and prepared the stick the night before after his reprimand for those in the ad- joining room to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

This exclusive men's store keeps right up with the times and shows the new goods just as soon as they are out. W hen > < u bin at 0111 stoi c \ <u have the assurance that you get goods that are up to the minute in every respect. Here are some of the newest arrivals: ■aBi and MALLORY HATS The standard every- where. We are show- ing the latest styles —just the hat you want is here. Collection of Horns Sent to Saloon in Havana, Cuba San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 13.— The collection of horns owned by W. H. Keilman, 635 Castro street, that decorated the walls of a local Saloon' before the era of prohibi- tion, is being packed for shipment to Havana, Cuba, where they will Again decorate the walls of an- other saloon. The horns are valu- ed at $90,000. Among them is the hor?13 find head of a kadu, African IMtelope, that was presented to tr. Keilman by Theodore Roose- velt upon his return from his hunt in Africa. \ He Already Had it Several cases have been reported last week where peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

$M,-i 18,237 Deficit Shown in Operating Wires Washington, Nov. 13.— War -time operation of the telephone and telegraph systems of the country cost the Federal Government $11,- 418,237, according to a report of Postmaster General Burleson transmitted to Congress today by President Wilson. This sum rep- resents the difference between the net earnings of tin; companies taken over and the compensation guaranteed by the Government. No figures as to the operation of the cable systems which were un- der Federal control for six months were given, Mr. Burleson explaining that the reports from the companies had not yet been received. Any profits from the operation of these companies would reduce the total Govern- ment deficit, Mr. Burleson said. Total net earnings of the tele- phone and telegraph lines during Federal control were reported at $70,387,532, while the compensa- tion assured was $83,055,769. The total deficit included an estimated $3,000,000 for settlement of future i laims. Senio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas I L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher P. H. Loomis Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. An item in the papers last week Stated that the government is yet behind three billion dollars, and another Liberty Loan issue will have to be floated in order to pay the indebtedness. A candidate in Floyd County has taken time by the forelock and announced his candidacy for tax assessor before the primary next year. This is the first of the sea- eon, we believe. It is said that Jess Adams and a few of his Central Plains pals are laying in a good supply of Al- falfa Tea for the storm disturb- ance December 17th. We would rather you would hurry up Uucle Sam and send us down a supply of coal. The final vote in the Oklahoma Fifth Congressional District elec- tion was, Weaver 11,074, Harreld 12,004. The total vote cast was 23,078. Harreld's majority was 980. Harreld ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

The Canadian Record Thursday, November 20, 1919 NINETY EX-SERVICE MEN ENJOY W.C.T. II. BANQUET The largest number of ex-ser- vice men ever brot together in one assemblage in Canadian attended the banquet tendered Wednesday flight by the Canadian W. C. T. U. to Hemphill County's veterans of the World War. About ninety ex- Boldiers, sailors and marines, and Miss Lula T. G. Dawson, formerly a member of the Army Nurse Corps, were present. Miss Dawson is one of the two lady members of Zybach-Owens Post of the Ameri- can Legion. The men assembled at the de- pot at 5.30 p. m. and marched in a body to the W. C. T. U. building. After the reception they marched to the dining room to the tune of "Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here." Edwin C. Fisher, as toast- master, took charge of the cere- monies. Dr. E. H. Snyder spoke the invocation. A stirring address of welcome by Mrs. J. F. Johnson was responded to by E. J. Pickens who paid glowing tribute to the W. C. T. U. and the Red Cross, and expresse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

I I 1 I THE COW PUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "Kitchener, and Other Poems ' .. vy Illustrations by IRWIN MYERS In an the Dig centers in rne mates, anu at ninny a place that'll never be a cen- ter at all. And It will be (lone here. Dave, bigger things that you dare dreum of are looming up right ahead." Copyright *>7 Harper A Brothers 6YNOPSIS. CHAPTER I.—Living with his father on a small, badly managed ranch, David Klden has readied the age of eighteen with few educational advantages. An ac- cident to the auto in which Dr. Hardy, eminent eastern physician, and his daugh- ter Irene, are touring the country, brings a new element Into his life. Dr. Hardy's leg is broken, and he Is necessarily con- fined to his bed. Friendship, and some- thing more, develops between Irene and David. CHAPTER II.-Irene greatly enloys the unconventional freedom of ranch life, and her acquaintanceship with David ripens Into affection. On Dr. Hardy's recovery the young people part with the under-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. P. R. Burns came home last Saturday after an extended visit in Oklahoma. p*jer for a public sale to be held Tuesday, November 25th. .Mrs. Sam Seiber of Miami was a week end guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. P. Willis. 29 cents buys a heaping sack full of pure full flavored candies. Gerlach's Variety Store. Glenn Wells Dramatic Company High School auditorium, Novem- ber 29th. A rare entertainment. PERSONAL AND LOCAL 11. Amnions was in Amarillo mi business Tuesdav. You'll enjoy the Glenn Wells Dramatic Company November 29. Albert Knollenberg made a busi- ness trip to Woodward the first of the week. Henry Teten made a business trip last: week to Enid, Ijawton, and other Oklahoma points. PERSONAL AND LOCAL I See us for your blue grass and clove seed. Now is the time to plant it. Nolen Hardware Com- pany. The Canadian Division officials have received notice that, the fast trains will be put back on about December 1st. Special sale on apricots Satur- day onl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

"1 Wells Must be 200 Feet Apart Latest Rule Proposed in Texas 1 if 1 Austin, Texas, Nov. 14.—The oil and g'iis department of the rail- road commission has been study- ing the question of over-produc- tion in certain oil fields in Texas. It regards over-production as a form of wholesale waste. The lire hazard is enormously increased when derricks are so close to- gether as almost to touch. Cer- tain fields in Texas have derricks us thick as cane in a canebreak. Enormous waste and peril neces- sarily is resulting. In eastern fields there is a fixed custom that wells shall be drilled not nearer than 200 feet from any well. The same rule was early adopted by the federal government in Okla- homa, and is written in as a term and condition of every govern- "nient lease, As a result fire risk is reduced to a minimum and the production is held down and the oil resources of the state are husbanded for the future while PASTIME Saturday Charlie Chaplin In his first Million Dollar picture. A DOG...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

-k 4 f \lS7 >U At the Baptist Church Special laymen's service at 11 a. in. Preaching by the pastoi at 7 p. m. The pastor will preach at Gem at 11 a. m. E. D. MORGAN. .,\t the Methodist Church Sunday School at 9.45 a. m. Classes for all. Preaching morn- ing and evening by the new pastor Attend our services. M. M. BEAVERS. B. Y. P. U. Program Subject—"Our Heavenly Home." Scripture—John 14:1-4. Leader—Jaunita Tubb. 1 n trod u ct i on—Lea d e r. Paragraph % "The Existence of Heaven"—Leona Massey. II1 ustrati(in—Mamie Marney. feiragraph 2. "The Character of heaven"—Sylvia Ha i Icy. Paragraph 3. "The Inhabitants of Heaven" Rosa Terrill. Paragraph 4. "The Activities of Heaven"—Miss Austin. Young People's Meet in Subject- --"How May We tice Thanksgiving?" Leader— Alva Shaller. Song. Song. Bible reading -Eph.5:20, Psalm C7. Talk by Leader. Song. Prayer. "Thanksgiving Kathleen Self. "Thanksgiving by Generosity"— Dr. German. Special Music. "Thanking by Transformation" —Frances Fry. "A Thank...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 20 November 1919

Culberson of Texas is Now Senior Senator i m Washington, Nov. 13.- With the 4( l;th today of Senator Martin of Virginia, Senator Charles A. C'ul- oorson of Texas, becomes the senior Democratic senator in point >t service. No one remains on the Democratic side who was there then Senator Culberson first took lite oath of ollice on March 14. I HOI). On the Republican side, the erily senators senior to Senator Culberson are Senators, Lodge of Massachusetts, Warren of Wyom- ipg, Nelson of Minnesota, and Pen- rose of Pennsylvania. War Time Prohibition As to the practical aspects of the matter, it should be recalled that the War-Time Prohibition Act will expire with the proclama- tion of peace. When this will be made seems to present something of a technical question of law. The ratification of the treaty now under consideration in the Senate will, in the legal sense, terminate She war between the United States and Germany, and this treaty is certain to be ratified before Janu- ary 1(&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, M MliKK 8. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAH '7 ts r« |i- Canadian Team Wins from Amarillo High School—Score 14-7 I i ,."!!• 'he Canadian High School foot- : team defeated the Amarillo in a fast clean game on the !"(■;.] gridiron last Saturday after- noon at the tune of 14-7. The day was ideal and a large truwd witnessed the game. Canadian won the choice of goals and received the kick oft from the visitors. The locals car- ried the ball far into the Plains- men's district before being down- ed. They resorted from the first to their line plunging and short end runs and told in gains on their opponents every down. Both touchdowns for the locals were made in the early part of the game. The first was made after a series of plunges when on the fourth down and about a yard from the gual Canadian's quarterback went over. The second was made on a fa-," play by Left End: Bill Hut- tor., Left Half succeed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

DO PANHANDLE TOWNS WANT CENTRAL TIME? Judging from the way they have been expressing themselves, w Bhould say they do. Here is the way they line up in their demands: Wholesale Holdup of Sixty-five Negroes Shrouded in Mystery moon. We hope our energetic Congressman will take note of the general dissatisfaction and see what he can do about this. Canyon News: Higgins has refused to go by Mountain Time and has turned back to Central Time. Congress got busy and changed this section Of the Panhandle to the Mountain Time last year. There is a move On foot, gaining in momentum to restore our section to Central, express themselves as jemg in Time. People out this way don't Time, if there is any way of get-, to lie. Well, what do you know ting it thru Congress. The pres-| about that? The people up in this cut time is certainly a nuisance, j section are of the same mind. The A man cannot conduct his busi-jtime that regulates the Busy ness and get home in the afternoon , Town is a funny one. Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

tf 1 AA 17 A I I TIT CAD OA. Our winter purchases are still coming in daily and $1.UU V ALUfc I UK otic our stock is stiH complete. Do not hesitate to come in now and finish your winter buying before a lot of our stock is sold out. This twenty per cent is a big saving. THE FAIR STORE —-s- iian W. Edited (', T. INews} ! that by Special Reporter lead of our usual Mothers' ing in November, the A\. C. . entertained the soldiers and . - !.-• <) 1' the comity at a G o'clock . t November 19th, particulars hicli were given in last week's • of the Record. Our only re- er.-: is that a greater 'number '■ :ld not have been in attpndance; : n we believe those who honored > their presence enjoyed the '•••' i.ing, and we of the W. -C. T. U. • indeed proud to Welcome tl.t-nfas our guests, for \v,e felt: ■ were welcoming them who with courage high \W-::t forth to the flaming fray; V, i.n your ships came home our hearts did cry «:• e's the end of a perfefct day. > i are coming home with the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher P. H. Loomis Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class Bail matter. Thursday, November 27, 1919. Further evidence that Mexico is becoming civilized and the revolu- tion about over: Carl Morris has been matched to fight Jack John- •on in Mexico City. Thus does the white carry civilization to the dusky hued man. Two years ago when the cost of mining coal and placing it on the cars at the mines was $2,15 and the mine owners received $2.til for it, we were paying $8.00 per ton for coal. Now with the cost of production at $3.40 a ton we «re paying $12 a ton for coal. An increase of a little over a dollar on production is an excuse then of the operators and railroads making about $4.00 a ton more than they did. If we have to pay this ad- ditional profit, then we say to give it to the miners. What Uncle Sam should do is to put the coal pric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

•***"*" What the School Children Did in Fifteen Davs A close estimate compiled by the different grades in school this week gives some startling figures showing what the school children qflid during the fifteen days vaca- tion given to them to help the farmers of our county gather their cotton crop. The following figures tell whether or not the time lost in school was valuable to the commu nity. Estimated wages received by all pupils from the cotton farmers, $7,000.00. Based on $3.00 per hun- dred pounds of picked cotton the children gathered 233,333 pounds of seed cotton; one hundred and fifty-five bales, based on fifteen hundred pounds of seed cotton Jit a value of $31,000 to the farm- rs of the community served by, 1,ubbock.—Lubbock Avalanche. The call meeting of the local chapter of the Eastern Star, Tues- day evening, was well attended and despite the inclemency of the weather and the misbehavior of the electric lights the degree was conferred in an impressive man- ner. The clas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

The Canadian Record Thursday, November 27, 1919 JOHN REACHES PHILADELPHIA Chlnea* Student "Stopped Over" in New York Two Year* ▲ Chinese student, graduated from the University of Illinois, walked Into the chamber of commerce at Philadel- phia recently and presented a letter of Introduction from the secretary of a Chamber of commerce In one of the New England states. He wanted to be placed In touch with certain manufac- turers In the textile Industry. Be gave an address In Boston, to Which he referred as his home. The letter of Introduction stated that he •Was a resident of Bridgeport, Conn. Bis attention was drawn to this and to smiled and pointed to the date on the letter. It was September 17, 1017. "I stopped over In New York on my here." he explained. Like everything else, the modern greenhouse Is a product of evolution. It began In 'the seventeenth century Voder the form of. glazed frames set In front of a wall on which fruit trees were trained to keep the sun's light and heat w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

:# PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Geo. Popham was shopping in Canadian Monday. We now have those Pyrex Rak- ing Dishes you have been wanting Miller's Jewelry Shop. .Ask to see the new Chateau 'fltierry pattern in Sterling Silver- ware at Miller's Jewelry Shop. Mrs. W. D. Rathjen and her grand-daughter, little .Miss Gwen- dolyn Sauter, left Friday night for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they will visit until after the holiday sea- son with Mrs. Rathjen's daughter. Mrs. R. L. McGregor. PASTIME Saturday Charlie Chaplin Million Dollar PERSONAL AND LOCAL Record want ads get results. Don't fail to get one of those ' Id Master pictures at Miller's Jewelry Shop. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welburn of the M. K. vicinity were Canadian vis- itors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gruver were in from the Hart neighbor- hood Monday looking after busi- ness matters. VVe have Solid Gold Lavalliers las cheap as $3.00 that will make i beautiful Christmas presents. Mil- ler's Jewelry Shop. n his first Hcturc. A DOG'S LIFE A re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

I, r I V' L* fe" J' ■ ill m I ljk;v IE" Tke COW PUNCHER By Koberi J.C.Stoad CLu\horof "kitchener, and other poems JOuitahonsby Inrto Myw# Hardy surveyed tier liusinind Uselessly. thru turned to Irene. "•Have you made any promises?" "•Only that I wouldn't make any jjKiauispK until he 11;i<I his chance. I hat flilr." «i suppose you tire receiving letters ffnern him?" I '"So." | —tvtiv doesn't he write?" | For the Brst time Irene's eyes feli and the color mounted richer in her cheeks. She had to confess now, not for herself but for him. "lie cun't write." she said. "Merciful heavens!" exclaimed Mrs. Hardy, collapsing into n chair. . . . '■Andrew; bring me a stimulant." Tin? outcome was thai: Mrs. lliirdy insisted ii;>oii Irene embarking at O.nco. ■■■■STORAGE WW 11 BATTERY TRADE MARK RCG1STCRKO The Right Battery Every car needs a certain particular type of battery to fit the other elec- trical equipment the car builder put on it. Don't go to some one who'll sell you "any old batte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

" THE COWPUNCHER " (CONTINUED FROM PAGE (>) i matter which liis widow could scarce ly overlook. Her lieullli had suffered n severe shock, for beneath her ostentation she felt as deep a regard for her late htis- us was possible in one who mwsured everything In life by vari- ous social formulae. She consulted a specialist who had enjoyed a close professional acquaintanceship with Doctor Hardy. The specialist gave her • careful, meditative and solemn ex- amination. our condition Is serious," he told her, "hut not alarming. You must have h drier climate and, preferably, a high- er altitude. 1 am convinced that the conditions your health demands are to be found in ." He named the former cow town from which Irene's fateful automobile journey had had its | start, and the young woman, who was! present with her mother, felt herself: go suddenly pale with the thought: of n#."eat prospect. j "('I' I Could never live there!" Mrs. {•lardy protested. "It is so crude. ('««•• punchers, you know,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 November 1919

■S\ RED RIVER BOUNDARY CONFERENC E IS FUTILE J. M. SHAW Real Estate Fire and Accident Insurance Surety Bonds PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY By Buying SATISFACTION GUARANTEED If you are in need of Oats, Barley, Corn, or Feed of Any Kind, See GERLACH-HIGGINS MILLING CO Ask Your Grocer For SNOW WHITE FLOUR iheSI GREATEST Hani THEC00I HOUSEWM EVER HAS Any article that is used three times a day—more than nine hundred times a year and in all probabil- ity from eighteen to twenty thousand times during its life, should be the best obtainable, don't you thinkf Generations of Service The Chief is not on- ly a proven economy, but much more con- venient to cook and bake in than the ordi- nary kind. The extra weight, where needed, the sci- entific construction M——HMillll Phone 211 Something to be thankful for Safeguard it l>y using Antiseptic and Scien- tific Toilet Articles. SCR VICE QUALITY ACCURACY .. - i Oadcu )P/iai/nac(£ tYH£R£ QL/AL/ TV COI//V TS , PHONE 11 Canadia n Texas mm MUM §1 «%!!!§? H...

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