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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

The Purest Joy of the Highway r '10 Found Cycling! The Quickest, Easiest, Most Economical and Safest Way of Getting Over the Highways is to use the Harley-Davidson When School's. Out In the precipuo houra before and after school, you will never a«ain need to wonder what to do or where to go when you Htrley-Davidson Bicycle It's a beauty to look at and. Oh, how easy it rideal Come fn and let ua show you tbia wonderful bike. $ &> km mmm; b V* mm WW (3^11^ 6- SON Broadway When the Wwds Beckon When the call of the winding woods- trails comes, it comes strong—it's a call you just have to answer. You can go the old way—stuffy, crowded trains that lead to over- crowded resorts. Or, you can go as thousands of real outdoor men do— follow the open road, wherever you choose, with a Harley-Davidson It's the natural pal of man who love the Great Outdoors. They appreciate the sturdiness, the "always-ready" depend- ability that has made the Harley-Davidson the motorcycle of red-blooded men....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

I' Sr THECANADIAN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. lTp. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffic'e at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. There have been a number of men to enter the race for state senator and among those in the race is the Hon. W. H. Bledsoe of Lubbock who is now serving as representative. Mr. Bledsoe is an able lawyer and an astute parli- mentarian. He was drafted int.) the position as representative when the place became vacant thru a resignation and by his act-i- , vities in the house made the state sit up and take notice hat there is real statesmanship in West Texas,j Bledsoe is the lawyer who for thej legislature prosecuted .Jim -Fergu-| ""son in the impeachment pioeeed- ings. He has since been recog- nized as one of the leading men in the legislature whenever there has been important legislation before that body and has given West Texas more recognition in the past two years than this section had had for a de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

■ os. till ill s of :te, $R ,o0 ins # Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Studer left last Thursday for Chicago where Mrs. Studer, who has been in ill health for some time, will be under the care of a specialist. "DON'T MOVE DADDY— YOU LOOK SO FUNNY" Daddy certainly does look funny peering over his read- ing glasses every time he wants to see objects more than a few feet away. Thousands of men and women are in the same "fix." They, too, wear glasses for near vision only GLASSES THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS combine NKAR and KAlt vision in one lens. Thru the lower pari you can read Ll;o smallest print; thru the up- per part you can see distant objects with equal c,lcurm,s \ Their surfaces a* • ele-i>\ smooth, and even, which give them the app'araiire of being' single vision glasses. hKY I'TOlv-; (Pronounced Criptoeks) render mneces- sarv the continual ■ -'tnovin<i of your gin- • s- the over- top squinting - - i,r fussing with two p.i.t . Trey keen your eye-- youiie in looks •>•; well as in usefulne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

m PERSONAL AND LOCAL Talk is cheap and so are Thrift Stamps, but the similarity ends there, Mr. and Mrs. L .11. Pettus and their baby of Woodward came to Canadian this week on a visit. If a rank growth of weeds were ji (rood paying crop some of our citizens would be blessed with a (u(| purse. Why not swat 'em. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Harlan Hopkins was looking after buiness matters in Canadian yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tanner have gone to Colorado Springs for the summer weeks. Miss Abbie Hevron returned to Canadian Sunday morning after a delightful visit of two weeks with friends in Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Palmer are .S'weetwater this week attending She first annual convention of the D/,;f Rio-Canadian Highway Asso- ciation. PAPER Your House I IhH y gz' * p"* ^f'tt (JyfwI mI'w / fJmm ifp I , J*f9 ain and Deco- rated Papers. LOWEST PRICES Canadian Hdw. & a*. Company The Canadian Buick Company showed a three thousand foot reel picture of the Buick factory and the way Buic...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

. V-; *5? > SALVATION ARMY i/VANTS $13,030,000 Aivrican Public Askcsd to iuppcrt Home Service Work Confident in its ability proud of its record in boili war and peace and eon- jjtiuuH ot the enlarged field where its T-i ice Is uigently iic-edcd, The Sal- vation jinny will ask the American U' ;]Ilor Ji I .'.,000,000 during the week oi May Id Jn, tor its Home Service work With the $ IS,000.000 no beautiful edi lict-s will be built, nor any pipe organs be purchased", but an Army, doubly efficient in time and workers, will enter the trenches of poverty, vice and immorality. With new vigor will the work of transforming human wastage into hopeful productive ef fort go on. Foi "a man may be down, bt;! he's never out:" To countless Americans this organi- zation, which has done noble relief f ork among !he poor for lifty years, as practically unknown until our doughboys began to sing Its praises. Founded by the late General Will- iam Booth in London, in 186.0, The salvation Army was tirst...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

1 NOTICE, EAGLE SUBSCRIBERS All persons taking the Eagle from carrier must call at the Post Office News Stand on the 1st and 15th of each month and pay sub- scription if you don't want your paper stopped. Respectfully, 36-4tc. VON RllEA. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon G. H. Avers and wife Sarah B. Ayers; and their un- known heirs; Harold A. Simms, and his unknown heirs; E. C. Ay- lor, and his unknown heirs; L. L. Adams and his unknown heirs; by- making publication of this Cita- tion once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some news- paper published in your County, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the 31st Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a news- paper published in the nearest District to said 31st Judicial Dis- trict, t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

• * 11 y s s - the ;.ure 911, urt: of of axes Col- o w s, ;). i} 12. 7..')0 SI .(>4 s i v 1 I.NT OF LANDS AM) LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31,1919, (Continued from page 6) J r )i 1 ver, Ed, Canadian, lot, S. W. ! i: LIk 1-1, total taxes $2.49. nsley, Mr*. Anna, Glazier, lot .1, blk. 48. total taxes $'2.19. ! rson, I. A., Glazier, lot 12, blk. 1, ,). F. J., total taxes $8.85. en is, S. A., abst. 11)3, cert 8532, sur\' i 1,1J-41 11. & 'J. C. L ' j. total taxes $30.06. m est, ,J. S. Canadian, lots 2-3-4, Shaller, total taxes $28.92. ™. viton J'. L. abst 1009,, cert. 020, surv. 12. B. A-2, H, & G. N. N '/•> total taxes, $54.50 >' ••••af, L, abst. 286, cert.3226, surv 77 Canadian. S .. al', L., Canadian, lots 7-8, blk 25, (). S: - af L. Canadian, lots 17-18-19-20, blk G, O. T. S: oaf, L„ Canadian, lot 11, blk. 5. C Me, total taxes $.",8.11. .-'noaf, P. A., Canadian, lot 10, blk 2, R. total taxes, $19.64. S nart Geo. A. abst. 888, cert. 3564, surv 186, 11-41, H. & T. C. S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE WASHITA WINKS (Too late for la.st week) We are needing rain at the present time. Bernice Hines is on the sick list at this writing. Quite a few of our farmers are cutting wheat and oats this week. Mrs. Leila Simpson is improv- ing and was able to be out Sun- day we are glad to say. Arthur Curnutt who has just returned from "over, there" is visiting his sister, Mrs. James Mathis, of Zybaeh. Miss Eva Cates who has been visiting Mrs. Tom Cates at Wel- lington, Oklahoma, for the past month has returned home. Onita and Tommie Cates of Wellington are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cates. They have also come to visit their father's grave, at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walser took two of their boys to the Caylor hospital and had their tonsils re- moved. Lois is getting along nicely we are glad to know but the baby is not doing so well. Words cannot express our sym- pathy and sorrow in regard to the accident and death of Vernon Vic- tor which occured la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

0 V Ien up— Jranded "A fell marked Will pay Information R. S. Al- Ind mares; (so several [land China |Paul Witt. 39*4 tp en Cabinet in 30 days Will take laddie horse, liano now is f-ader, Phone 37-2tp pence in Ca- 1 and bath. p. V. Ellzey. k setoB llAKDIhl rupwal THE CANADIAN RECORD. V'OLUMN XXVI—NO. 42 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR CONSTRUCTION WORK HEAVY THIS SUMMER Construction work in Canadian this summer is going forward with a rush and a large number of new houses are being erected. • N. Abraham is having the ground cleared this week on the business lots adjoining the Fair Store for two new brick business houses. One house will be a fitly foot front and one hundred feet deep and will bfi for rent. It will be occupied by the Dodge car agency. Another brick building of twenty-five foot front and one hundred feet deep will be occupied by Abraham & Wood's second '.and furniture store. L S. Hood is starting a hand- ,l" . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

PROGRAM A GOOD ONE Never have people worked hard- er than our Chautauqua Commit- tees this season—and now that the big days are drawing near, it is evident that success is to be their due. And well it should: For there should not be a single vacant seat for any of the un- usually strong attractions of- fered this year. From first to last the program features are of the most unusual type, offering the very highest class of talent to be seen anywhere on the Chautau- quas. For instance, a group of the most eloquent and informative lecturers on the Chautauqua platform are apt to appear here. Most interest of course, centers in the address of Dr. Morris Gershon Hindus, the Russian scholar and exile. Dr. Hindus will speak on "Bolshevism, A Social Cyclone," and the application of his special knowledge and oratorical ability to this most important of world problems provides an intensely in- teresting and profitable evening. Other lecturers and their sub- jects are Dr. L. G. Herbert, the Cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

k^s 1 «/ is * i the the an by W. C. T. U. COLUMN The YV. C. T. U. met in their rooms July'2 with several mem- bers and one non-member in at- tendance, the president presid- ing. Mrs. Hoover read the 9th chijpter of John, the Lord's Prayer was repeated, minutes of two previous meetings read, roll called etc. Our Rally Song was given with Mrs. John Jones at the piano. Some of the reports were heard which are always interest- ing. That beautiful poem, "The House by the Side of the Road," from Dreams in Homespun wits read by Mrs. Bellenfant, one verse as follows. ■'Let me live in my house by the side of the road, Where the race of men go by— They are good, they are bad, they are weak, they are strong, Wise .foolish, so am I. Then why should I sit in scorner's seat, Or hurl the cynic's ban? Let me live in my house by side of the road ■ , And be a friend of man." "The Power of the Press," interesting article was reaS Mrs. John Jones, in which Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver was quoted as sayi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

k. VwM * ;* W'- «, THE CANADIAN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. camp site. Amarillo is on the Southern Panhandle route to Co- lorado. Canadian is on the North- ern Panhandle route to the moun- tains. Tourists who go to thejfidence that was highly enjoyable mountains one route will come both was broken except for in- the shifting of fortunes did not let men as a rule tarry long in new places, and we wept in different ways, and a friendship and con- back the other to see as much country on one trip as they can. termittent attempts at corres- pondence between two very busy THE TOURIST TRADE The criticism has been advanced as to the "Good of all this High- way propaganda, anyway." Ans- wering the criticism: This is the motor age. A large portion of the money of the world now goes thru the channels that are touched by automobiles. Gaso- line, oils, ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

the |i o i by I me--, js in |l of be- Isaid .'Our you the Ca- ll y of lohill 4 Y THE TURN OF THE WHEEL Clarice Ross, wife of apprentice Douglas Ross, of Clovis, was visiting papa and mama Arthur Koss several days last week. A small part of the rising genera- tion accompanied Mrs. Ross on the $ip' Joe Haynes, who for several years has been connected with v the car department of the Santa Fe at Canadian in various capa- cities, left last week for Shattuck, where he will take charge of car work of the P & N T Ry Co., the branch line just completed out of Shattuck. Car-foreman Slaten ia not pulling off any grand celebra- tion over Joe's departure, for hombres like Joe are hard to get a hold on, and harder to keep. Personally, Hec hates to see Joe ull stakes and beat it, for we ve gotten into the habit of keep- ing everything locked up, «ind it is going to be hard to break the habit. Best wishes, Josephus; may everything you desire rise on its laigs and come a runnin'. We expect to s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

MIAMI POSTOFFICE EN- TERED TUESDAY NIGHT if jgp 1 ■r. '■ ■! I I a«pp The Miami Postoflice was en- tered during the night Tuesday ■ night and two registered letters, one registered package, 259 pen- nies and possibly some other ar- ticles were removed. Several packages were cut open and their contents scattered over the floor, and whether or not anything was taken from them is not known. The entrance to the building was effected by tearing a screen off the window. The iron safe which held the stamps and change was not tampered with, and only the loose pennies lying in the drawer at the stamp window was bothered. The contents of the registered package and two letters is not known, but their address and senders name is known and this will be investigated. This is the first time in several years a building in Miami has been entered for robbery, but it appears with the coming of har- vest every year, all over the coun- try, such tricks as this, raising checks and forgeries are common No ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

'ashita after latter Everv- lietuip- Texas, ,ith her in Ca- arrived PERSONAL AND LOCAL The best of quality in shirts from Everybody's. Captain Arrington was in from his ranch on the Washita Friday. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Working men! Everybody's can please you with work shoes. Your vacation is here. Every- fody's have plenty of trunks and uit cases. 1 ( Mrs. Annie Daniels has return- ed from Canyon where she took a course in the summer normal, One rain drop won't make a crop and one Thrift Stamp won't make a fortune but both usually bring other.-'; of their kind with them. Basil M. Mill, Cashier of the Ulazier State Bank, was in Cana- dian last Friday 011 a business Dip. Mrs. Will Killebrew has accept- ed a position with the Gerlaeh Variety Store. She was formerly •||f7nployed at the Post Office News Stand. j George Cay lor has moved his family from Hereford back to Ca- nadian where they will make their home. They are at present oc- cupying' the Cona'tsei: residence on Elsie Street. We ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

Howdy! Have you your Thrift Stamp today. bought REPORTS 40-BARREL WELL The well of the Canadian Iowa Park Oil Company was reported as producing 40 barrels a day. The Company is planning on starting another well on same tract at once GAGEUY GLEANINGS Mrs. Mayfield visited at Jloyer home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Igo visited Clarence Igo's Sunday. Tom Barker and Ewell Steen made a trip to Canadian Friday. Mrs. A. Q. Hennington spent Friday afternoon at L. 1/ Dent's. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dent were business callers in Canadian Mon- day. V. L. Cunningham spent night with Mrs. L. L. Mr.i. Friday Dent Mis,'.; Dixon of Washita Mrs. O. S. Hen- Bertha is visiting with ningtou. Opal and Jewel Hennington took Sunday dinner at F. W. Hen- aington's. Mr. ind Mrs. O. S. Hennington visited at Jim Steen's Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family took Sunday dinner at John Wright's. Mr.t. Francis of Clovis, New Mexico visited her sister, Mrs. Carrufch, last week. Nfiely McGuyer is spending a few day...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

..+ &1 V |e in Ca- E16th (1;t ■Hemphill |)epuly Canadian 24, 19 Ink :d >rn, CO. R I is les, etc. Ei BLACK-SMITH Mr. Orvil H. Black and Miss Margie V. Smith, both of Ochil- tree were united in marriage at •irt house in Canadian Sat- ght, July 19th, at nine the Rev. J. E. Stephens juncing the ceremony. A tuber of Ochiltree friends ac,- mpanied the couple to this city to witness the wedding. Mr. Black is connected with the First National Bank of Ochiltree and his bride is the county treasurer of Ochiltree County. Jack Wood came in Monday night from Lonlsburg, New Mex- ico, for a visit with relatives in Canadian. Notice of Application for Letters —Guardianship THE STATE OF TEXAS, w*r0 the Sheriff or any Constable of, Hemphill County—Greeting; You are hereby commanded to cause the following notice to be published in a newspaper of gen- eral circulation which has been continuously and regularly pub- lished for a period of not less than one year preceding the date . of the notice in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 July 1919

rills\ • > .r , I" COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGE BY GLEANINGS (Deferred from last 'week.) Mrs. Igo called on Mrs. Barker Friday. Mr. Jim Steen is on the sick list this week. Miss Hester Ruby visited Mrs. R. A. Ruby Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Igo called at Mr. May field's Thursday night. Mrs. 0. S. Hennington spent last week at A. Q. Hennington's. Miss Lorena Cunningham spent Thursday with Miss Maye Barker. Mrs. Hennington and Mrs. Johnson spent Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Igo and family took dinner at A. Q. Hennington's Sunday. Bernice Hennington spent Sun- day with her cousin, Opal Hen- nington. Jim Steen and family spent Sunday afternoon at O. S. Ken- sington's. Margis and Madge McGuyer spent Saturday night with Jewel Hennington. Mrs. 0. S. Hennington spent Wednesday night with Mrs. V. L. Cunningham. Walter Eriekson and family called it the Johnon home Satur- day evening. Mr. uid Mrs. Elliott and son of Mobeetie spent Friday at the May field home. Opal Hennington spent Satur-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 July 1919

( .1^-.— *- i t vr' .jf- iian fe x'9. if: 1 land .Mrs. cn s ick is - 1 .ife ice > <!#« Ifrom >r car. on a |or car adds 5 that is uccessful , en thus- sin-Head slowly or iher than ds alone. -i.n-Head jpeals to ton % 0 CO. KE'iSAJVlJMH xMniK VOLUMN XXVI—NO. 4.'$ CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR JAMISON AND STINNETT SPEAK AT PICNIC SUPPER 3? *> The Chamber of Commerce basket supper at the Anvil Lake park last Friday evening was a splendid success and it was en- joyed by a crowd of about three hundred people. During the even- ing neary one hundred automo- biles went out to the lake. Table- cloths were spread underneath the trees and the picnic supper was truly a big feast, thanks to the honorary members of the club, the ladies. After supper YV. A. Palmer, for the Chamber of Commerce, called the crowd to order and intro- duced F. R. Jamison of Amarillo, secretary-manager of the Pan- handle-Plains Chamber of Com- merce, who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 31 July 1919

.« > ,' ; -j y. •• \ - • ■■ B.4 i I PRELIMINARY ,WORK ON THE NEW HIGHWAY STARTS AT ROBERT LEE Robert Lee, Texas, July '23.-Pre- liminary work for the construction of the Del Rio-Canadian Highway- is being commenced in Coke County, and Messrs. G. Fuller Federal highway engineer; J. E. Pirie, district state engineer, ac- companied by G. C. Morrison and S. H. Jones, representing the en- gineering firm uj' H^ss & Skinner, were in Robert Lee Wednesday to "Vorife? With Commissioners' Court regarding the plans for this route which is No. 4. These gen- tlemen are inspecting the line and will present the result of their in- vestigations to the State and Fed- eral Departments. With the exception of only two Counties, every county along the route of the Del Rio-Canadian i&tate Highway No. 4 have appro- priated the necessary funds for the work to be pushed forward. It is the expectation of the Highway Association, which con- vened at Sweetwater last week, to Vave the road completed b...

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