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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

9 THE CANADIAN RECORD 4*3 1 VOLUME 27, NUMBERJl CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY S, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR •4 / January Term District Court Opens Monday, Jan. 11th, in Canadian District Court will convene in ( anadian next Monday morning "■ :;h Judge W. R. Ewing presiding. 'I lie jurors empanelled for this term of court are: Grand Jurors ■I. T. Alexander, W. C. Barber. W. 11. Hardage, J. S. Largent, R. A. I'.stes, S. M. Nunn, J. H. Mosley, J no. C. Isaacs, T. C. Moore, A. Q. lltiuiington, L. B. Cook, WAV. Lew- is. J. W. Park, J. A. Chambers. List of petit jurors for the Jan- uary, 1920, term of the District Court of Hemphill County: First Week Hunter Wilmoth, Roy Finch, F. N. Hamilton, Joe Wilburn, W. A. Johnson, A. L. Patterson, W. N. Sines, C. C. Markham, B.W. Brown, Lester Levitt, Gus Downs, J. A. Bo- ren, W. S. Young, L. S. Burnett, K. W. Brown, J. W. Van Sickle, Geo. Bernson, G. B. Alexander, M. L. Tipps, J. W. Bryan, J. A. Weav- er, S. C. Vaught,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

W. C. T. U. NEWS COLUUMN BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting Dec. 31st was called to order by the presi- dent. Several members and six guests were present despite the ■udden change in weather about the time of opening. Mrs. Stratton for the devotionals, repeated sev- eral verses from different chapters Of the scriptures from memory, Which was most remarkable, and repeated a fervent prayer. The acngs, "Wind the Ribbons Round the Nations" and "Some Glad Day" v/ere sung with great fervor, with Mrs. McQuiddy at the piano. Mrs. Stratton, in her interesting manner, gave reminiscences of the Crusade days, of which she was a part in her young womanhood. An article entitled "Mothers' Influence en Soldiers" was read by Mrs. J.j T. Jackson. We were much pleas- ed to have this beloved member with us on this occasion. A humor- ous reading was rendered by Miss Marion Stone, who is home from Linwood College for the holidays. This young lady as a child was of- ten in our programs, and the abil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

■ 1 HI THE COW PUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "K.'tchcner. and Other Poems ' / Illustrations by IRWIN MYERS B Copyright by Harper A Brothers "This is tlie night," he explained. "You will find him alone In his office. I will be waiting to hear from you at—'' he quoted Mrs. Hardy's tele- phone number. Then he drove his car to the Hardy home, exchanged a few words with Irene, and sat down to a band of cribbage with her mother. Poring over his correspondence, Dave, with his ear cocked for the cry of the latest extra, spent the evening hours in a valiant effort at concentra- tion. There came a timid knock at the door. "Come in," he called. No one entered, but presently he heard the knock again. lie rose and walked to the door. Outside stood a young woman. "If you please," she said, "excuse me, but—you are Mr. Elden, aren't your* "Yes. Can I help you In any way?" The woman tittered a moment, but resumed soberly: "You will wonder at me coming to you, but I'm from the country. Did ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

W0-' I Wi> 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 mail matter. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1920 scape. He is a survivor of the Adobe Walls fight with the In- dans. He was foreman of the first I grand jury in this county. Nearly every member of that grand jury was a booze fighter, and Uncle j Dick held them together for twen- ty-eight days trying to get a suf- ficient number of them sober so they could act. One of the mem- bers of that grand jury was the notorious Clay Allison, spoken of in the Record recently, and it was impossible to keep Clay sober. A Good Bill Senator McKellar of Tennessee has an immigration bill that is drastic enough to satisfy the most The Month for Political Announce- ments Candidates for public office this year are announcing ail over the Panhandle and the Hemphil Coun- ty aspirants are casting th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

J. A. Chambers went to Wichita Maurice Hobdy returned last Falls Sunday night on a business week from a holiday visit to hi trip. mother in Grimes County. A. O. Buckner made a business Mrs. Cavenee of Coffeyville, trip to Lubbick last Friday, return- Karis., is visiting her son, Frank j-ng home the first of the week. Cavenee, at the Canadian Reading Room. S. Johns and Joe Schaded of Am- ariilo are in Canadian this week assisting N. Abraham in invoicing the Fair Store. Miss Clyde Jackson is here from Wellington this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. iJackson. Jas. R. Trayler has sold his blacksmith shop to Luther Worley Miss Nettie West returned to and will devote his attention to the Norman, Okla., Sunday to resume her studies at the Oklahoma State threshing business. University. m J. R. Adair, the dentist, has sold his office and business to Dr. R. C. The Rev. E. 1). Morgan left Mon- Baird of Miami and will devote his day for Dallas to attend a meeting attention this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

¥ "The COWPUNCHER" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13) the door, ami I>:ive explained flic sit- uation In ii IV w word':!. "We: must take can- of him. Hociiie," lie kuUI. "I feel u personal responsibility:'' i "Of c6ursc we will take him,'' she answered, 'ile will live here until we liave a—some place of our own." Her face was bright with something which tnu.sl be tenderness. "Bring him upstairs. We will allot him a room and introduce him first to—the bathroom. And tomorrow we shall have an excursion downtown, and f? t some new clothes for Charlie—El- den." As they moved up the stairs Con- ward, who had been In another room in convcrsnlion with Mrs. llurtly, fol- lowed them unseen. The evening had been interminable for ('onward. For three hours lie had awaited word that his victim had been trapped, anil for three hours no word had come. If Ills plans had miscarried. If Dave hftd discovered the plot, well— And here at length was Dave, engrossed in a very ditl'eivnl mailer. Conward fol- lowed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

ft f Former President Taft Leads in > Eloquent Plea for Support of Near East Relief. To save tli* lives of 800.000 ppoplo Armenia and other western Asian ■Qtntrles nnd to care for more than iN),000 orphans who are homeless tnere former President William How- ard Taft, Henry MorKcntliau, former ambassador to Turkey, and Alexander J. Hemphill, the New York hanker, as members of the Executive Committee •f Near East Relief, the former Amer- ican Committee on Armenian and Syrian Relief, have issued a Christ- mas appeal for continued support of tills organization and Its work. Near East Relief Is now operating tinder a government charter arid is practically alone In the western Asian field, the Red Cross several months ago having announced itsi withdrawal. The Christinas letter, a classic of Its .taj'l. is as follows : flfc'Dear Friend—Another little child has shriveled up and died. "The mother, creeping hack, gaunt and cold, from the desert, has put down the. thin little bones with th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 8 January 1920

WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS Out of ftccumnlated capital bave arinrn a!! the successes of industry and applied sewnttvsll the comforts and ameli- orations of the common lot. Upon it the world must depen4 for the procrasof reconstruction in which all have to artare. -iAJKES J. HILL The Successful Farmer Raises Bigger Crops and cuts down costs by investment in labor-saving machinery. Good prices for the farmers' crops en- courage new investment, more production and greater prosperity. But the success of agriculture depends on the growth of railroads—the modern beasts of burden that haul the crops to the world's markets. The railroads—like the farms—increase their output and cut down unit costs by the constant investment of new capital. With fair prices for the work they do, the railroads are able to attract new capital for expanding their facilities. Rates high enough to yield a fair return will insure railroad growth, and prevent costly traffic congestion, which invariably results i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

f I iAji IHE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27. NUMBER 13. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Annual Business Session Chamber of Commerce Proves Rousing Affair % i The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce for the ^ ejection of officers was held in the dining room of the Moody Hotel Tuesday night, and about sixty business men were in attendance. The routine of business and committee reports were taken up and disposed of or carried over to the next meeting. One report that was given con- siderable attention was the report by D. J. Young for the committee appointed to consider the road situation of the county. The re- port was very interesting and the committee recommended that the county commissioners court em- ploy a road supervisor whose du- ties shall be to look after the up- keep of the roads. This duty de- volves on the county commission- ers at present but oftentimes they are busy and cannot very well go out of their fields an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

"*v '* «*< -'• '« '* -'• §® si , |wV;' m<?i . 1 lis w£ti iter HI H sl _l 11 • 1 ... H. C. T. U. NEWS COLUUMN ] Union Young People's Society BY THEIR OWN REPORTER xhe iiterature for the Union 'Young People's Society, which meets at the Methodist Church ev- Our message to the Record and it* readers: ''A bright New Year and a sunny track Along an upward way, And a song of praise in looking back, When the year has passed away; And golden sheaves, nor small, nor few, ery Sunday evening at 6 o'clock has just arrived, and the work for the new year is being organized. A great effort was made to secure material that would be in the first place instructive and in the sec- ond place broadening and con- structive. We believe that a very serviceable hand book has been This is our New Year Wish for found in "The New Application of you." The first weekly meeting of 1920 was held January 7th, a real win- ter day, but in spite of that a num- ber of members were present and h charming program w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

IS THE COW PUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "KJtchener, and Other Poems ' Illustrations by "IRWIN MYERS Copyright by Harper A Brothers "Mo. utner impulses may ho, imt not love. Love can no fnore turn to hnte than sunlight can turn to dark- ness. Believe me, Dave, if you hate Irene now you never loved her. Lis- ten: 'Love Beareth all things, believ- eth nil things, hopeth all things, en- dureth all things'!" "Not all things, ICdith; not all things." "It says all things." Dave was silent for some time. When he spoke again she caught a dif- ferent sound In his voice—a tone as though his soul In those few moments had gone through a lifetime of expe- rience. "Edith," he said, "when you repeat- ed those words I knew you had some- thing that I have not. I knew It, not by words but by the way you said them. You made me know that in your own life, If you loved, yon would be ready to endure all things. Tell me, Edith, how may this thing be done?" She trembled with delight at the new to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

S^-w*" u iv ■€*\i A-J,- m: "ft ^ p..nrr] Recommended for Place on The Canadian Kecord Federai Reserve Hank Board Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas ^ K L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Loomis Associate Editor Washington, Jan. 10.—E. Thurmond of Oklahoma City, a well known banker, has been rec- Published Every Thursday 10(Timended by Representative Har- """" ~~~~ ~ reld for appointment as a member Entered at the postoffice at Ca- I £ ^oard 0f directors for the nadian, Texas, mail matter. as second class Thursday, January 15, 1920. | branch of the Federal Reserve Bank to be located at Oklahoma City. The Kansas City bank names three directors and the Federal Reserve Board names two. Thank heaven, tomorrow is the last day that John Barleycorn Mr. Thurmond is a soninlaw of runs at large. Perhaps it will be the late Robt. Moody of Canadian possible to get some of the box and he is well known here He is cars released from whiskey trans-1 a brotherinlaw of I). J. i oung the Panhandle can pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Douglas Shoes priced right at Everybody's. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Prof. D. M. Wiggins is out again after a ten days illness. Everybody's- work gloves. -the place for good ' Bring in that photo you received ihristmas and let us frame it. Miller's Jewelry Shop. We are receiving new goods every day and the prices are right Miller's Jewelry Shop. Mrs. J. W. Short of S'.aton was in Canadian yesterday and today visitig her sisterinlaw, Mrs. W. F. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Simmons and their son Bill returned Wednesday from a visit of a few weeks in their old home in Indiana. Mrs. Paul Hoefle has been en- gaged to fill the position made va- cant in the public school by the recent resignation of Miss George Wanted — November copy of Cosmopolitan. Would be glad to pay regular price for an old copy of the November issue. Answer at Record office. Lee Overalls, $7 the .pair, rep- sent the best and heaviest union made overall ever made. Try a pair; your money back if you want it. Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

f*"v*-**•*-• v** r, "The COWPUNCHER"! (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 15) "why <11,1 VOU fol- I hill I' ' \v«s ail sympathy. "It's u you know," she said, "hilt tliin!< of it that way. Not i far as I aia concerned. Morrison his story we won't a line, s Edit h Duncan is tli<; niri wo need. A sort of adopted sister to Dave. Sho may know more tliau any of us." But Edith knew absolutely nothing; nothing except that her own heart was thrown Into a turmoil of emotions. She spent the day and the evening downtown, rotating about, the points where Dave might; likely be found. And the next morning she called on Irene Hardy. In spite of all efforts at self-control she trembled as she pressed the bell. She had never met Irene Hardy; it was going to b« a slrajigo experience, introducing herself to the woman who had been preferred over her and who had apparently proved so unworthy of that preference. She had difficult tilings to say, and even while she said them sho must fight a battle to the death ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

i $386,021.93 721.17 46,428.50 Charter No. 6826. Reserve District No. 11. "The COWPUNCHER" REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK : (CONCLUDED FROM 6th PAGE) jit Canadian, in the State of Texas, at the close ol' business on Decem- r 31, 1919. RESOURCES oans and discounts, including rediscounts $386,021.93 Total Loans 386,021.93 erdrafts, unsecured S. Government Securities owned: ['eposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds, par value) 25,000.00 Swned and unpledged 21,428.50 Total U. S. Government Securities-- Other bonds, securities, etc.: Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned and unpledged-- 9,557.85 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) Value of banking house, owned and unencumbered 13,000.00 Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned other than banking house iQM'ul reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amount due from national banks Checks on other batiks in same city or town as reporting bank (other than...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 15 January 1920

I h I ? i- ii :?v 1 IISSh h I i The Ten Money Commandments as re >mmendc<l by Walter V\ . Head, \ ice president of the National Bank section oi the American.ilnnkcrs' Association foliow: 1. Have a bank account. 2. Carry Ample Life Insurance. 3. Make a budget. 4. Keep a record of expenditures. 5. Make a will. 6. Own your own home eventually. 7. Pay your bills promptly. 8. Invest in Government and other se- curities. 9. Spend less than you earn. 10. Share with others. Thrift without benevolence is a doubtful blessing. The second commandment as outlined above says: Carry Ample Life Insurance A few people have no insurance. Too many people have too little insurance. A great ma- , people have promised themselves to increase their insurance but haven't. Ri^ht O now you are thinking seriously about this subject. Obey that impulse. Phone or call on Allen & Studer and arrange for an appointment. fngP1 i.Lm HOW MUCH? These are a few every day prices, war tax included: Tan lac, large...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

y THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 16. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Canadian Herefords Sought by Prominent Missouri Breeder H. C. Taylor, a Hereford breeder of Roanoke, Mo., was in Canadian J'rom Saturday to Monday inspect- ing' local herds looking for forty registered Hereford heifer calves o! uniform size and age. He is purchasing the stock for a Boys and Girls Club in Ohio which is being financed by the bankers of their town, the bankers loaning them money to purchase the stock and by that means getting a good bunch of registered Herefords es- tablished in that community. Mr. Taylor visited the J. C. Stu- der herd and also the Moody herd and while he found just as fine a quality of stock as he was looking for he did not find forty heifer calves of the age he wants, so he went to Colorado without making a purchase. It was his wish to se- cure the bunch entirely uniform so he will not purchase until he finds that ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

PROBLEMS FACING STRICKEN WORLD Shall Chaos or Reconstruction in Europe Follow the Great World War? ISSUE BEFORE ALL NATIONS P*ur Year* of Hell Have Left the Peo- ple In a Nightmare, From Which Only New Morale Can Arouse Them. Article I. By FRANK COMERFORD. Four years of pagan hell left Eu- rope stunned and staggering. The world has come through the red- dest nnd blackest night in ull the biography of the planet. With the signing of the armistice the peo- ple tried to shake off the nightmare ajid grope hack to light. Today, a year after, it is trudging and stumbling, para- lysed and be- numbed. T li •> present problem of making the world safe for Civilization is more serious than was the question of making it safe for democracy four years ago. If there was reason for sacrifice then, there Is reason for it now. If there was cause for a mili- tary morale then, there Is need of an Industrial morale today. Freedom called men to fight and die that au- tocracy might not rule and ruin th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

f 1 ! ># f 100 NEW ARRIVALS AT THE MEN'S STORE Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes ONE HUNDRED SUITS THE PRETTIEST CLOTHES we've seen in years. They are Quality Merchandise with prices reasonable. Nothing to excell these goods in the entire country; nothing to equal : aphTHES, we have just received shipments of "Curlee" ailjf "Lang- ham-High"~popular priced and well moiled Clothes to please the young man, and the Mitt Our H whether you buy or not. It will be worth your while just to look at this big Suit array AMMONS& UZZELL < "LETilJOHN SHOW YOU " THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES \\ C. T. If. NEWS COLUUMN BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting January 14th was attended by a goodly number, including one guest, the president presiding. .Mrs. Geyer conducted the devo- tionals, which consisted of scrip- ture reading and a fervent prayer. Roll call and reading minutes of previous meeting by the secretary. "Our Rally Song" with Mrs. McQuiddy pianist; two good ar- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

1L: jgfe 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. •it ■ '* Thursday, January 22, 1920 The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, lexas; Wellington has had a hard time trying to get coal this winter, and the people have had to burn every- thing combustible to keep warm, the fuel supply ranging from corr> maize and other grain to split bot- tom chairs. Following is a part of the story as told by the Welling- ton Leader: One car of coal came in Wednes- day night, making about the tenth car received in Wellington since winter set in, to keep sixteen thousand people warm. Wire af- ter wire has been sent to all the department heads connected with the fuel business telling them all about how serious it has become to the people of this county, and they always reply that immediate relief has been ordered; to notify them in case of no relief in 24 hours. After a...

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