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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Boys' Single Pants, good terns, at Everybody's. pat- U Hugh Burton of Gem called at the Record office while in town last week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Flannel Shirts, the kind that please, at Everybody's. Robt. Frost of Plattsburg, Mo., has been visiting Thos. Conaster, an old schoolmate, for several days. Dr. W. I. Joss of Wheeler was in Canadian the first of the week. Mrs. W. C. Ricks and Miss Lena Ficke spent. Sunday in Higgins visiting Mrs. Ricks' parents. The thermometer went down to 12 degrees above zero Tuesday night after the little norther struck the Panhandle. C. B. Anderson of Grand Junc- tion, Colo., was in Canadian the past week on business and visit- ing his fatherinlaw, J. G. Brown. Mrs. D. L. Parker left Canadian Saturday for Tulsa, Okla., after spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Hevron. VV. A. Palmer, A. Liske, L. A. Mc Adams, and J. VV. Jennings went to Amarillo Tuesday to at- tend the car shortage hearing. Mrs. Amelia K. Ford went, to 0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

'PROBLEMS FACING STRSCKEN WORLD ijSral Chaos or 'Reconstruction j. m Europe Follow the Great World War? SOW WEAK AND HEARTBROKEN |3b Mourning and Poverty She Counts !W*r Dead and Looks With Eyes of Sadness Toward the Threat- ening Future. Article II. I By FRANK COMERFORD. Jtaj;ust I, 1914. wus tin: <J:iy. On tjftii! tlay <_■ rumny declared war ou R.uvsin. 'Jin! lire alarm rang around Hh* world. I'cusants In tlie field *to )ghteiic<t tliiilr backs, listened and .'k«&Hl Into I In- sun confused, wonder- :4b£. Klaus were unfurled, hands 3<in-r«l, faces were white, tense and wsiwis. Men loft their work and atifcittl lit groups on the street corners. 'Votmii In Id down their brooms, put *t'sjS* their washing, and talked In n'tespers; sad lights were in their *„«*. Children stopped playing. Sorno- had happened. Kvll things were August :I and 4 found France mmI (Jreiit lliiialn rnobillelng their aiSta. Th - torch was sweeping Eu- 3 V —the ttru of death had started. four long...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

CHANGE OF SOME SORT SURE % *2 m* Returning Soldier Feels He Has at Least Earned a Better Chanc* Than He Has Hitherto Been Granted. i Article III. By FRANK COMERFORD. Europe wears an anxious look. One thought Is arousing tier from* the stupor of her misery. She opens her ♦yes in wide amazement when she no- tices and notes the striking change that has come over her children. It Is puzzling her, although she well knows what they have gone through, how pa- tiently and uncomplainingly tliey suf- fered. It Isn't strange to her that they have changed, when she remembers the peace of the yenrs before the war, the quiet, sane lives they lived, and the four years in which they lived In wet, foul sewers called trenches, slept in tornbs on the edge of a strip of hell called No Man's Land, breathed the smell of burning flesh, saw their pals "t;o west," hurled their dead, grinned at pain, laughed at death. Nerves of Steel could not stand what (hey have gone through without being changed by It. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 22 January 1920

fK: 1 NATIVE GROWN TREES Fnii ttli: de and Ornamental, are the best for the rugj; Fruit, Shade and Ornamental, are the best for the rugged climate r.f the Panhandle and Plains.. Write for latest price lis! of vines, roses, evergreens, bulbs, etc., "grown at Plain view on the Plains." Landscape planning for churches, schools, courthouses, and other public buildings. Ask tor prices on quantities and varieties you want. Order now while stock is complete. FISH FOR .STOCKING TANKS We have found Carp the best fish for stocking tanks, ponds, and reservoirs. Write for delivered prices on any quantity. PLAINVIEWNURSERY Plainview, Tex THE GREATEST INVESTMENT OF THE DAY The Baker Steam Motor Car and Mfg. Company Pueblo, Colorado Steam Autos, Trucks and Tractors Let us show you the greatest opportunity of the times. H. H. SHOLLY Representatives H. B. BEACH WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS EVERYTHING ELECTRIC CANADIAN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY "Do It Electrically" 1. HOUSE WIRING. Done by our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

'Wm K THE CANADIAN MM) RD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 17. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, .1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR BRAINARD CORNER IS PURCHASED AS SITE FOR CANADIAN'S NEW BANK A deal was made Tuesday be- tween J. F. Johnson, A. V. Mc- Quiddy and associates for the purchase of the Brainard business corner across the street from the ^ Hotel Moody. This is a fifty foot ' front belonging^ to Ed Brainard and was purchased for a location for the new bank under organiza- tion by Messrs. Johnson and Mc- (juiddy. The consideration is re- ported at $10,000. Years ago the lots were occu- pied by the old Southern Hotel, a .small frame two-story building of early construction. It was pur- chased by Mr. Brainard at a con- sideration said to have been $5,500. In August, 1.914, the hotel burned from a fire supposed to have started in the kitchen stove, and the lots have been vacant since. In the fire an insurance man named Miller from Amarillo lost his life in a very peculi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

vs^v-' /;.^f ,v * ;-r- K1 l| £t >1 m: I 'if' I ffi ■ i WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GEM Tom Hext went to town Tuesday. Did you see the airplane go over? Hal Cooper of Woodward is out Saturday night at the Mitchum looking after his cattle which he home. i;, having wintered in this neigh- Miss Mattie Edwards called 011 borhood. j Lorena Cunningham Saturday Mrs. Ben Reed returned Thurs- morning. day evening from a visit to her Mr. Edwards and son, Gwen, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. White, were business callers in Canadian at Glazier. Friday. Mrs. George Saffer, who has Bob Donelson and Ida artjl Oma been Mrs. W. A. Donaldson's guest, returned to her home near Nel.on Reed took gr.ii, to town and her lit- Tuesday. W. C. Barber went to Kansas City Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson Reed went to Cana- dian Thursday. Oscar Downs, who has been on the sick list, is out again. Mrs. Victor Smith and little son, V. A., were in Canadian Friday. Joe Conley went to Canadian Monday and returned Tuesday. Claren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

•+ i I I # REGISTERED SALE On account of sickness must; close out entire herd of reg- istered Jacks, Stallions and mares. Some of the best blooded Jacks that have evur been offered for sale in Texas: 1 two-year old Jack, stands |5 1hands high, measures to , make 1G Vii hands standard measure. These Jacks were sired by a 1,400 lb. Jack. All are good workers. They are the kind that raise a 16 hand mule from a 14 hand mare. Percheron Stallions, the Ton kind, good, classy fellows, built right, the kind that take everyone's eye, two to seven years old. These stallions work well in harness. Some choice Percheron Mares, two to seven years old. 14 head of registered Poland China Sows and Boars, Sows to farrow in April. This sale will be held under cover at Pampa, Texas, Feb- ruary 14th, rain or shine. If interested in good stock come to this sale. Everything sells. TERMS: Six months time will be given, purchaser to give note with approved security bearing 10 per cent interest, from date. i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

•' 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 postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Thursday, January 22, 1920 Quite a lot of copy coming in too late will have to miss this week's paper. Monday morning we are nearly always tearing oui hair out to get copy. Oh, if we could only get on Monday some of the copy that comes in on Wednes- day! _j State Press in the Dallas New.-: this week had an article against the division of Texas into four states. In the absence of statistics to back up his theoretical analys- is, State Press' article makes a very pretty dream. But we think we can explode the idealism in it by practical application. The an- swer will appear next week, held ever on account of being unable to get it into the Record this week. We shall endeavor to nail it It has practically been announc- ed definitely that Pershing will be a candidate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL The store for men, the store for boys—Everybody's. Frank Willis went to Amarillo Tuesday on business. P. C. Quarles was up from Clar- ndon last week meeting friends. N. Abraham returned home the first of the week from the market centers. John Hamilton of Pampa visit ed his father, C. W. Hamilton, in Canadian Sunday. Carl Studer went to Wichita Monday to attend the Kansas Live stock Exposition. Mrs. Earle McCarty has taken a position with the Canadian Hard- ,^'are and Furniture Company. Chas. Tipps reports the sale of some Hutchinson County land to a Mr. Chandler of Pierce City, Mo. (.'all on 0. M. Anderson for your wiring and supplies for electrical work. Office at Blanton Battery Company. i '} •+ R. L. Blanton last week install- ed a Delc-o lighting plant of 750 watt capacity at the Cayior hos- pital to be used for lighting that institution. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Good quality in overshoes at Everybody's. Mrs. W. R. Hext went to Mineral Wells last week on a visit. B....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

THERE'S only one kind of service here, and that is the sort we'd look for if we stood in your shoes. We serve as promptly as we would ask to be served. We give the sort of advice we would value as to battery care. We make repairs as carefully as we would ask to have them made. BLANT0N BATTERY STORAGE BATTERY in I mSe of well per acre I have cut up some choice ten- acre tracts within one mile of the Bradley well in Ochiltree County. A $25,000.00 cash forfeit haa been deposited to guarantee that the well will be drilled to a depth of 3,000 feet. Under the terms of the drilling contract the drill must ac- tually be in operation by April 1, 1920. The machinery and equip- ment has been shipped, and the well will be spudded in as soon as possible. $15.00 per acre; half cash, balance when the well is spudded in. Citation on Appointment of Tern- f porary Guardian. The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting: You Are Hereby Commanded to cause the following...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

Cleveland H. Dodge Shows What Near East Relief Can Do in Efficient Purchasing. Buying In wholesale lots and under the most favorable market conditions, Near " .st Relief of 1 Madison avenue. New York city, with representatives la every state of the Union, has been able baffle the high cost of living so far as relief supplies for the suffering mil- lions of the Near East are concerned. Cleveland 11. Podge, treasurer, in a statement shows that the committee Is able to provide food for the suffering people of the Near East at prices much lower than the average charge here. A donation of $5 per month will pro- vide food for one orphan, $10 per month provides not only .food, but also clothes and shelter for one orphan, and for $15 i«r month attendance at school is assured to each orphan in ad- dition to food, clothing and shelter. In the appeal for funds to save the starving remnants of the Armenians « II hj, i: w IS i I tip Hi 1% \ p: —i Pios Native Filipinos R "The Birds from .. ;veNE:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 29 January 1920

NATIVE GROWN TREES Fruit. Shack* and Ornamental, are the best for the rugged climate of the Panhandle and Plains.. Write for latest price list of vines, roses, evergreens, bulbs, etc., "grown at Plainview on the Plains." Landscape planning for churches, school.), courthouses, and other public buildings. -Ask for price* on quantities and varieties you wantv Order now while stock is complete. PISH FOR STOCKING TANKS We hava found Carp the best fish for stocking tanks, ponds, and reservoirs. Write for delivered prices on any quantity. PLAINVIEW NURSERY Plainview, Tex +" income Tax Let an eKperienced man make up your Income Tax Return this year. I prepare reports, audit returns, check rec- ords, and give information and advice concerning Tax matters. My experience in the Revenue- Service enables me to do (his work like it ought to lie done. Corporation work a specialty! h/ty fees are very reasonable. I wilS f>e in Canadian at the local banks on February 9th and 10th. This will be in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD 1 VOLUME 27, NUMBER IS. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAH ft":'. ft t Canadian Improvement Company Organizes to Build Houses in Canadian; Buys Hobart Tract nadian but for the entire Panhan- dle, and it is confidently believed that the plans are such that the Canadian improvement Company can in a few months meet every demand made for help to build homes in Canadian. Business intcre.su of Canadian have under c insirieratior. th.' erection of a new $100,000 hotel in this city. ^ CANADIAN CATTLE RAISERS BUY HIGH PRICED ANIMALS What promises to be one of the most important forward move- ments in Canadian's history was it under way at the office of anclers & Jennings Tuesday af- ternoon and night when about thirty of the business men of the city met, formulated active work- ing plans, and perfected the organ- ization of the Canadian Improve- ment Company which is to be in- corporated at once with a capital st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

ft I"1 I Jl " " " « Spring'' Goods iDijff Spring Goods and Read^MilBMMiM a^ iv^ are^ecerying shipments daily. We there we purchased' S';l;yj^y^iBlihd'lni^ur;:sto^^hieib^^^rreties 'in and prfe^^^M^^^^dj'i^eeilhe goods. Yoj|§ iilMlitMg^awaV':\wiM^ltakingil>metMig ■B ilM! i New Sperlin.-r Dresses just in at the 3. M. B. Mercantile Co. Our spring suits in very latest Materials and designs are arriv- ing daily at Everybody's. A nice shipment of Middies and Middy Dresses just arrived at Everybody's. 5 gallons coal oil 90c at sumers Supply Company. Ccwb r REGISTERED SALE 6n account of sickness must close out entire herd of reg- istered Jacks, Stallions and mares. Some of the best blooded Jacks that have ever been offered for sale in Texas: 1 two-year old Jack, stands 15Vs hands high, measures to make 16 Vi hands standard measure. These Jacks were sired by a 1,400 lb. Jack. AH are good workers. They are the kind that raise a 16 hand mule from \ 14 hand mare. Percheron Stallibns, tKe ton ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

TTTW v ■■■• ;• • • I 1 i 4$ +■ Si Dr. Irvin's Second Annual 100 3 to 5 year old mules, some of the best ever brot to this coun- try, will be sold to the highest bid- der at Irvin's Mule Barn Gage, Okla. February 17th E. H. Van Atskirk of the Fort Worth, Texas, Horse and Mule Barns will have charge of the sale. TERMS: A credit of ten months will be given on approved security at 10 per cent interest from date. Two per cent discount for cash. Gage/Gklahoma f WELL DRILLING STEADILY IN ROCK AT DEPTH 800 FEET Owens Well No. 1 for the Fort Worth- Canadian Oil Company is drilling steadily this week at a depth of 800 feet. The drill is working in a rock formation, and i- making very satisfactory prog- ress. The material has all been as- sembled for the spudding in of the Hopkins well by the Clark Oil Company, and it is expected that that well will spud in in about ten I days. This well is about twenty I miles northeast of Canadian, and thirteen miles southeast of Glaz- ier. w Alex Simpson fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

mi 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. The Canadian • Record>uld ^ th® tr0"ble to investu Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas a I «le he will see where it lis used as a cruel miscarriage of justice. In the first place a jury should never be allowed to pass sentence on the guilty man. In no other state except Texas does a jury have this privilege. The jury should say whether a defendant is guilty or not, and in homicide cases the degree under which he is criminally liable; and then the judge should pass sentence and determine the extent of the pun- ishment. As to people being reformed in the penitentiary: Nobody expects a person to be reformed in the penitertti&ry; we are in hopes that < every person sent to the peniten- tiary will come out an individual with more respect for the author- , ity of the law than when he went in, I Penitentiaries are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL LOCAL 5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con- sumers Supply Company. o gauonS. coal oil 90c at Con stimers Supply Company. Jimmie Spiller wa: Shattuck Friday. down f com New Sperling Dresses just in at the B. M. H. Mercantile Co 5 gallons coal oil 90c at Con sumers Supply Companj lo- se a gallons coal oil 90c at Con- sumers Supply Company. M rs. H. C. Ammons went to Hico, Texas, this week to se-i her mother, who is sick. A beautiful lino of new House dresses. You will like them. Come in and see. B. M. B. Co. On Jan. 24th a blue eyed boy by the name of Lee Franklin ar- rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rhea i t Birney, Mont Mrs. Claud Young and her little son, Claud Jr., went to Shattuck last week on a visit,accompanying Mrs. Wesley Rippy home after the latter had visited Mrs. Young in Canadian. Our spring suits in very latest materials and designs are arriv- ing daily at Everybody's. A. 0. Buckner and Sam McAd- ams were in Pampa Monday on bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

; . Ste B. Y. P. U. Program February 8th, 1920. Bible Study meeting-. Sampson, an Old Time Athlete. Leader, Miss Payne. Scripture lesson by leader. Introduction by leader. A Bundle of Cantradictions, J. P. Kuttou. First episode, Mrs. Chas. Carv- er. Second episode, Mrs: Chas. Carv- er. Third episode, Mr. Reed. Closing scene, Miss Snyder. Conclusions, Mrs. Wiggins. Illustration, Mr. Teel. At the Methodist Church Sunday School i).45. Sermon, morning hour to Boy Scouts and their parents. Father, mother, honor your boy by being present at this service. Evening hour: The World's Bid lor a Mau. Seed Barley for Sale 1,000 bushels must be sold be- fore Feb. 20th. Price $1.10 per bu- shel, subject to market fluctuation. Phone Gem, Texas. J. U. Thiers- tein. 20pd O. W. Truax, living five miles south of Gage recently sold four mules to ix buyer for $1,300. THE METHODIST CHURCH M. M. Beavers, Pastor Warmth Welcome Service Pastor's Phone 169. Use it. EASTERN STAR CHAPTER Canadian Chapter O. E. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 February 1920

J 1%' ' < 1 <9 1 CANADIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Miss Laura Wallace returned to her school duties Wednesday. She had been away attending the fun- eral of a nephew. The Rev. B. G. Taylor favored the high school Tuesday 'morning ^with a talk on great men. tie read some extracts from the work of Dr. Frank Crane, and otherwise delivered an enjoyable talk. Miss Buckley was absent a day and a half the past week on ac- count of sickness. Mrs. Shaller took her place until she returned. The writer noticed in a paper from a neighboring town a column oi school notes edited by a senior in which it stated that a certain person had underwent -an opera- tion. Nobody is perfect—not even a senior. ^ A stranger might be very much surprised on visiting the freshman algebra rooms after class. He would find a jumble of names that one never heard of, names written forward, backward, in dog latin., and every other way. Oh, well: everybody gets it once. We had it ourselves when we were freshmen. There seems ...

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

These are the kind of steers our sires pro- duce. Don't forget us when you want a Register- ed Hereford Bull. We have 30 head of calves and yearlings on feed on the outskirts of Canadian. We now have two $1,000 sires to head our herd. Biggest herd of Registered Hereford Cattle in this section of the Panhandle. J. C. STUDER & SONS Canadian, Texas CAN ASM AN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Brings cheer to your home; economy, effi- ciency and increase in your production. However remote you may be from the cen- tral station we can extend the service to your farm or ranch. We sell every Electric Appliance that is manufactured. Canadian Water, Light and Power Company DURE- ^ DRUGS fife... SCRVICC Regardless of the difference in profit involved we do not recom- mend substitutions. Our chief aim is to sell you what you want as you want it. You can confidently rely on the quality, the purity, the accuracy of handling of each purchase made at this store. QUALITY ACCURACY WHERE QUAL/TV COUN...

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