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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

ink 9 :ncy $100,000.00 55,763.2,') 24,300.00 112,508.16 >692,571.39 interpret- you the t all times acticea. hier. V: • Life ny ranee ;ent lkful take the thankful of life. npany are deal. THE CANADIAN 'MgMmB VOLUM13 27, M MIU3R !). CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1* 19. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR One Hundred Attend Nut Busters Annual Event Monday Night 'I ong about the time of the year w hen the snow flurries come, when tile persimmons get ripe and lus- ci i : when Bob White gets fat am' sassy, when hickory nuts begin tc fall, the hearts of all Canadian railroad men of the supply and re- pair departments begin to tingle with yearning for the turkey troughs of the festal board in ob- servance of the annual get-togeth- er and joy fest that has become the leading social event of the Pan- handle. Four years ago the Nut- Busters Banquet and Bull Throw- ing gladiatorial stunt was inaug- urated by the Canadian Santa Fe men with only a small represent- ation. But...

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

Canadian W. C. T. U. News Edited by Special Reporter I g|f | At?/ Our weekly meeting November 26th was attended by a goodly number, notwithstanding the un- pleasant day. Mrs. Newman pre- sided in the absence of the presi dent, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, who, with her husband, is spending the week In Kansas City and other Missouri tbwns. After the usual opening exer- cises we completed our work on hand. Many good workers were present, and the task was an easy C ie, We believe we are about ready Washita Valley Herefords Headed by the $2000 Caldo 8th, No.606761. Grove Lad 3rd, No. 542632, and Don Perfect 1st, No. 46402:5. 80 head of cows and heifers in herd, by Beau Militiant No. 316604. Young stock, both sexes for sale. R. T. ALEXANDER Gem, Texas PASTIME li^H Choosing a Wife Which shall it be in chdbsing a life mate— The Chorus Girl? The Flirt? The Demure Maiden? The Middle Aged Woman? See the presentation of the tremendous drama of vital interest to all. Choosing a Wife |Tuesday Night | for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

rom We tin id- ler Brick- nn ['ere Sutulay home. Id, Miss lessrs. Kii.iie ler, and Kay . Is at >hn & leather -I ,,v. jinting oiJiec;. fig u-nloaded. il and Ins LIEN STATE tVICE row RITY N laxative [ctive Ition and lot' the ills causes. Ii tins onK |}S 50c ItMACY IKS FOR I GIFT .. m :w, dainty to choose R1ETY our- uo'll hoes i IE ses rour i $1.00 VALUE FOR 80c Our winter purchases are still coming in daily and our stock is still complete. Do not hesitate to come in now and finish your winter buying before a lot of our stock is sold OutJjf This twenty per cent is a big saving. TM—1 Oi.'VER GOES TO SLATON ! cause he is Oliver and second be- '[ () OPEN SANTA FE STORE | caus.e they can't help themselves | As the Canadian boys said, "We •('he many friends in Canadian ! ju.st don't know what we are going I*;• -vet to know that Coke Oliver to do for a little life around the siMi ekeepef clerk, has been trans-1 since Hec is gone." i rr-ed to another division, but they! ?The editor of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas 11 £ ill * * v ; K a M 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. Thursday, December 4, 1919. Next to being the owner of oil •tock, the nicest thing we know of ig to be a railroad man with a II ,000 back pay check in his hand The banks down in the oil fields boasted of their bi;r deposits but the wheaf, and the cotton of North- west Texas have made the oil banks take second place. The bank statements of the Ca- nadian banks as published last week show deposits close to a mil- lion dollars, the total being a little less than $900,000. This is a re- markably flourishing condition for Canadian's splendid financial in- stitutions, the First National Bank and the Canadian State Bank. Con- sidering the fact that this is not aj Cotton market and Hemphill Coun-j ty's bank statements are made in Comparison with the ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

ick- ig [ g Shop. you r ictory :a > ;ry if PERSONAL AM) LOCAL G. L. Hogan is in Perry.tori this week selling Delco-Light Systems for the Blanton Battery Company. L. A. McAdams is in Mineral Wells this week, and will return next week, accompanied by Mrs ^McAdams, who has recovered suffi- ciently to return home. P The weather cleared up Sunday and almost all of the Thanksgiving snow melted, but that night the storm came back and we have had another week of winter weather. R. L. Vaughn and his family of Oklahoma City moved to Canadian lust week to make their home. Mr. Vaughn has taken the position as engine foreman at the Santa Fe yards. ^ .1. Fy Drake returned home Sat- urday from the Santa Fe hospital at Clovis, N. M., where he has been invalided for some time with a se- vere attack of carbuncles. He hopes to be back at work soon. PERSONAL AM) LOCAL We are too busy to write adver- tising this week. But come to our store and we will show you the newest ideas in Jewelry for gifts. M...

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

• v **T'- if I S' M % W ■:-f v III •1" m 111 w ■ s V' The BULL ETIN Edited by "Hec." Issued as a souvenir of the annual Nut Busters Banquet and Joy Fest for 1919, attended by nearly 100 Revelers. I from Shattuck if his weekly train I ^ | on the branch gets in in time to be {looked over before his departure Where is Shattuck, anywavV VOLUME 2 CANADIAN, TEXAS, DECEMBER 1, 1919. NO. 2 POME: "CHEER UP" I sat upon a stump and cussed my luck; Gazed, frowning, on those who passed me by With forward look, intent on life's great way, A look of calm contentment in the eye. I pondered deeply, pondered long, Cast care aside and laughed, And Fortune, passing, stopped and shook my hand And said: "Come, friend, you're sitting in a draft." This is the second issue of "The Bull." The title is an abbrevia- tion of the word "bulletin." Rail readers always take a short cut track or no track. If the sheet tickles you, laugh—if not—laugh any how, the slat-shakin' will help you. We expect Jim Spiller down...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

No. 997 Official statement of the iinan cial condition of the GLAZIER STATE BANK at Glazier, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 17th clay of November, 1919, published in ijhe Canadian Record, a newspaper printed and published at Cana- dian, State of Texas, on the 4th day of December, 1919. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, personal or collateral-.-$54,412.15 Overdrafts 382.91 Bonds and stocks 6.25 Real Estate banking house) 1,155.15 Furniture and Fixtures 808,01 Due from approved Re- serve Agents, not — 20,732.89 Cash items — 214.49 ^Currency 0,388.00 Specie 622.23 Interest and Assessment I lepositors' C!uaranty Fund - 035.55 Total .. — .$85,358.2:) LIABILITIES Capital stock pa id in $10,000.00 Surplus fund 4,000.00 Undivided profits, net. .. 1,900.43 Individual deposits, subject to check- - 08,372.10 Time certificates of denosit 1.025.70 Total $85,358.23 STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill: W'2, S. M. Nunn, as president and F>. M. Hill, as cashier of said bank, each of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 4 December 1919

n If' |l § % m Teachers Consolidated Institute Meets Here Week December 15-19 >: < i.VTlNTKI) FROM 1st PAGE) xwni ng.begi n n ing fit 9 o'clock: Science in the High School: W. 0. Andrews. Value of General Science: H. H. Craine. Retardation Caused by Physical Defects: Dr. E, II. Snyder. Monday afternoon, beginning at 2.45 o'clock: Home Canning: Miss .Margaret "■George. Value of Home Economics: Miss Killi-e Hi Hi rigs head, Miss Ferrol Robinson. Tuesday morning, beginning at 30.50 o'clock: Latin, Its Problems and Import- ance: Miss Iva Faye Smith. The Direct Method in Teaching Latin: Miss Laura Wallace. Prospects fir Eighth Grade En- glish: Miss Ruth Hudson. Tuesday afternoon, beginning a" 2.50 o'clock: Need for Revision of American History Teaching: Miss Ottie Buckley. History in the High School: Les- ter Mardock. High School Student Self-Gov- ernment: Superintendent Sham- rock Schools. Wednesday morning, beginning at 10.50 o'clock: Character Training in the High School: Miss I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

ik CY 1} 0,000.01) >,763.2,1 300.00 10S.10 •P1*0L- the mien ife ice ind par- lristmas a pen- exas. mi NF. 20 years iurc. no Id in 24 -3 d%n- s. The a Red Hill'o Start THE CANADIAN RECORD \ GLUME 27, NUMBER 10. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, Till RSDAY, l)E( EMI5ER 11. 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Temperature Four De- grees Below Zero on Last Monday Night \V. B. Storey is now president < ! the Santa Fe Railway System, succeeding E. 1'. Ripley, who re- signed after giving the system the twenty years of his life in which men win or lose the goal of attainment, Ripley is one of the outstanding figures of America's great industrial leaders. Me made of the Santa Fe one of the best railway systems in the world, and he made it that pioneering in the western plains where railroads had to create their patronage aftei they built their tracks. Ripley's great faith in the West has been more than justified. Wanted —Somebody to bring the editor a load of wood for fuel. Will be glad ...

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

"THE COWPUNCHER" (Continued from Last Week) "Art All Cow Punchers So Discour- teous?" TThen the Hardy's had gone Conward turned to Elden. "We hud better try fend find out where we stand," he said, trying to speak dispassionately, but there was a tremor in his voire. "I agree," returned Elden, who had 60 desire io evade the issue. "Do you consider it fair to select inexperi- enced women for your victims?" Conward made a deprecating ges- ture. "There is nothing to be gained by quarreling, Dave," he said. "Let Us get at the fads. When we have agreed as to facts, then we may agree as to procedure." "Shoot," said Dave. He stood with | if Pay Day Specials Humphrey Grocery Co. We have just unloaded a car of the celebrated Speague, Warner & Co. Canned Goods and will make special prices Beginning Saturday, Dec. 13th lasting for one week only. These are cash prices and we advise our friends and custom- ers to lay in their winter's supply, for almost everything we are offering is quoted at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

i is se- ose EN ine and Effect Paris" eft in win; h w Buick •'Hi- See u~ ' - ved for ,\ i. ianv. le beautiful welry Shop ighty g )M(1 tlier. I'nnie E d |dio If |pped -ipp- ly of [,000. |ghs ints m "The COWPUNCHER" (CONTINUED FROM 2d PACK er ciicoks neiu no tinge or dis- pleasure. CHAPTER X. Elden lost no tlrne In making his first call upon the Hardys. Irene re- ceived him cordially, but Mrs. Hardy evinced no more warmth than propri- ety demanded. Elden, however; al- lowed himself no annoyance over that. A very much greater grievance had been thrust upon his mind. Con- ward had preceded him and was al- ready a guest of the llard.vs. Have knew Con ward well enough to know that purpose always lay lie- hind his conduct, and during (lie small tall; with which they whiled away an I his mind was reaching out acutely, exploring every hook of pos- sibility, to arrive if it could at some explanation of the sudden interest which ('onward was displaying In the I lanl.vs. • These explanations na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas \ V s i II ■ ■I CJ iS'" ■ Hfe 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. Thursday, December 11, 1919. Sometimes we wonder if Atna- rillo really means it or just doesn't know any better. It sure- ly cannot be that Amarillo has a spirit of feeling of jealousy to- wards Canadian because they leel that here is going to be the real oil field of the Panhandle? The Canadian high school football team went thru the 1919 season without a defeat from a high school team. They won even from the Amarillo highs, impossible as such an event may have seemed to Amarillo. The boys had a clear title to the pigskin as the Pan- handle Champions. Now along comes the Amarillo News after the game Saturday between Tulia and Amarillo—in which Tulia won — and declares the Tulia team to be the Panhandle champions, re- gardless of the fac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

ack- ng ing • Shop. 1 your factory *y * ital |to- the I PERSONAL AM) LOCAL Buy your Pot a toes at the Pan- handle Co-Operative Company. $4.25 per hundred. Mrs. .las. Mabon went to San Diego, California, last week to syeud the winter with her brother t'% that city. PERSONAL AND LOC AL PERSONAL AND LOCAL Dr. J. R. Adair went to Ken- tucky Tuesday on a sisit. He will be away from Canadian for about a month. Buy that Buick today. The holi- days will soon be here. See us. j Canadian Buick Company. If you are planning on buying a Diamond, come in and get our prices as we have a nice assort- ment. Miller's Jewelry Shop. Only thirteen days left in which to buy your wife a new Buick for her Christmas present. See us to- day and have one reserved for you. Canadian Buick Company. Miss Anna Massey, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, 0. L, Nolen, the past sev- ^-al months, left last week for her home in Canton, Texas. As a proof that Pearl Beads are the very latest style for women...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

JUST TO SMILE Knew Him. Jones—Oould you lend me $10 until tomorrow? .Sinlih—Not very well. I shall ho seeding it by week after next. A Silent Partner. M r s. II e c k— Does your hus- band talk politics a r o u n d t h o house? Sirs. Peek—My husband never tal'-s anything urou n d t li e house. Easily Pleased. "I do not: know, sir, that I want tho Jove you give me." 'All right ; I'll lie just as well, sat- isfied if "yuu return It." "The Editor Regrets." "A magazine editor must lead a somewhat gloomy life," declared tho poet as he opened some returned man- uscript. "Why so?" "All lie seems to do Is to pass out re- grets." Her Reply. "Dear," he cried, resolved to change her. "There are words 1 burn to say!" Then she made this cryptic answer. "All right, Charlie, blaze away." Selling the Girl. WIND WILL OPERATE DYNAMO French Inventor Satisfied That HiJ Has Found Satisfactory Solution of a Problem. After studying tin- theory of wind- operated wheels for many years, M. Kayard de Mille, a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

easily the |retie you com pun; • worid ar \te satis- latter how :e Turkish |)!—so iu!!- Evory j |te or any they are pker in so coupons. ItTISER'S i.i' vor red. t of rour Bridal Wreath Piuckea by the Bride Herself j The Knnnin bridal wreath was of verbena, plucked by the bride herself. Holly wreaths were sent as tokens of ; congratulations, and wreaths of pars- ' ley and rue were given to keep away evil spirits. Tile hawthorn formed wreaths of Athenian brides. At : V" present day the bridal wreath Is almost entirely composed of orange blossoms. Treasure Buried on Island of Samoa Was Not Long Hidden From Their Sharp Eyes. Alas for Stevenson of the graphic pen! Mere is a subject worthy of his powers, and how he would have rel- ished it! In the very region where Stevenson wrote some of his most de- lightful tales, the island of Samoa, cer- tain small boys have been digging up buried treasure. The treasure is *10 chests filled with gold and hurled by tl^: German officers who sought to (I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 11 December 1919

I- jSP HI? •« l\ | f I j I I m i p | I ! I ■ ? J. M. SHAW Real Estate Fire and Accident Insurance Surety Bonds Z- ^[WT STORAGE^ f ISP 1 ■ BATTHRY ■ A L Willard J First Cost We can't, compete for battery business on price. Willard service does cost more, so does a Willard Battery. But isn't it true that if you hire a real engineer, or architect, or contractor, or carpen- ter, or mechanic, or doctor, or lawyer, that it saves in the long run? We're in business to do the job right the first tima — and that costs more than to fix it so it has to be done over again soon after. When we sell a Willard Battery with Threaded Rubber Insulation we charge more for it, but, it doesn't come back for re insulation with a big bill to you. It stays on the job till it hns delivered all the service you bought—and generally a lot more than you'd believe possible. Try it once—and you'll feel the same as 99r'f of rill who own Willard Batteries with Threaded Rubber Insulation. Drop in, glad to see you. BLA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

n 1 I our ik Life ny ranee tent npany tors u rt House ar S % 157 m THE CANADIAN KECOfiD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 11. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY,DECEMBER 18, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Tremendous Crowd Attends Spudding in of Canadian's First Oil Well, Owens 1, Monday ti * >11 The crowd that went to the loca- five feet at the rate of two feet a of Owens Well No. 1 drilling'mmute, . ... ,, ,■ A;\l Canadian is on the oil map.,;\Vltn t' r the I' ort Worth CcinaciLin Oil I ,, . . , . * i exceptionally tavorable repoitb b> Company on the Shallot* Ranch; num(jj.ous geologists it is freely K-t-ven miles east of Canadian, M-on-)pretlicteU that there will be many ^<h,v noon to attend the ceremonial oil derricks in the Canadian sec- of spudding in according to the an- lion before mid-sumniei. nouncement last week, far exceed- ed the expectation of the promot- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS One significant event in connec- tion with the spudding in of the Owens Well No. 1 was th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

I t JI; ! S i H S 8/ $ H S- W. C. T. U. NEWS COLUMN I a.?e has to be considered. During BY THEIR OWN REPORTER the last month we have paid for j lights and repairs $6.40; dishes Our weekly meeting December $23; tumblers $G; chairs $75, and 10th was called to order by the jother little bills, the whole amount- president. Several members wereljng to quite a sum. in attendance. Mrs. Todd conduct-j Our roof is in bad condition, a ed the devotionals, the secretary j new door lock badly needed, two called the roll, and a partial report large panes in the windows bro- from the Bazaar was given. This report was so satisfactory that the ken, a stove needs repairs, etc. Vet with all this we have a nice remainder of the time was spentj amount left, so it seems. We are in congratulating ourselves and injvery grateful that such is the case thanking all who helped in any way. and we will spend it wisely. to make the thirteenth bazaar the j The foIlowing Ja(]ies sent aj._ grand success it proved to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

r "The COWPUNCHER"; (! ont imio-ti from Last \Y re'.;) j Then there was Morton, tiio Wid- ower with Sick lungs and the mother- less hny, who had brought his little savings to the West in the hope of Im~1 iaiidius? out his life in the dry, clear atmosphere and savins his son from the whito death that had already invaded their little family. With a cruelty almost unbelievable ('onward had talked this man into the purchase: of property so far removed from the city as to possess no value except in farm land; and the little savings which were to ward off sickness and death, or, if that; could not be, minis- ter modest comfort in the declinln;, hours of life, had been exchanged for property which, even at the time of the transaction, was valueless and un- salable. Merlon had called on Dave with re- speet lo his investment. Dave had at iirsc been disposed to tell him frankly that the property, for which he had paid twenty dollars a foot, was barely worth tiuit tamii an acre. But a sec- ond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 December 1919

% I [ ffl Nl 11 f I Is if 1 % The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher P. H. Loomis Associate Editor Published Every Thursday Entered at the postoftice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, December 18, 1919. Did We Do the Right Thing? Last week a large advertising firm sent out a handsome adver- tisement to a large part of the newspapers over the United States and the advertisement was one of The Record received this adver- tisement but we turned it down. We lost a good cash bill by doing it, but it just naturally is against our makeup to try to build a town and at the same time lend our pub- licity medium to the building up of mail order houses. A large per cent of our exchanges carried the ad. Some of our best exchanges carried the ad. Hut we turned it down. We don't know whether all of Canadian's merchants will ap- preciate our position in refusing. To I he Citizens of C uu.dian and Vicinity At this time 11 g....

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