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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

9M OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Wilt Be Elected Next November 2d WHO WILL HE BE? %We don't know But we do know That You Should Elect to trade at Gem Prompt Service Court e o u s 1' reatme n t W. C. BARBER & COI GEM, TEXAS • ********** ^.ISTEN, GIRLS! You ought to know about the delightful-, softening, whitening, smoothing, protecting action up- on the .skin, of NYAL FACE CREAM with peroxide. It is your complexion's best friend in all sorts of weather. Get a jar today. Two sizes GEORGE L. BADER gist "Once a trial—Always Nval." II SPLENDID TONIC" Says liisson Lady Who, On Doc tor's Advice, look Cardni And Is Now Well. Hlxson, Tenn.—"About 10 years ago I was. eays Mrs. J. B. Gadd, of this plfje. "I suffered with a pain in my left side, could not sleep at night with this pain, always In the left •lde... My doctor told me to use Cardui. I look one bottle, which helped me and after my baby came, I was stronger and Letter, but the p&ln was still there. I at first let it go, but began to get ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

■> ; mi £ mm , ■ I i I' ! '■ir-' . ir,; The MAN NOBODY KNEW Holworthy Hall Otpyrlfkt Ir ddm. Mead * Oonpanr. 1m ! CONTINUED. "Oh, yes." HJIllnrd's accent was very flat. "I suppose It was. It must have been. ... 1 always seem to be more or less up In the air when I come to sec you,-don't I? The lust time we talked about friendship—" "But that was at least a month ago," she said hastily, "and in the mean- time, you've been just as nice and cheerful as anybody. I thought you were all over your troubles." "Cheerfulness wasn't what yon asked for." Hllllard swallowed hard. MI • . . I came up here, Miss Du- runt, to have a really serious talk with you . . . really serious. It's Deen delayed too long already. It took me two solid days to get my courage up to It. And . . . and now I'm here, I don't even know how to begin." He scowled heavily Into the vacant fireplace, and held out his palms with a mechanic gesture as iliough (o warm them at an Imaginary blaze. "You know," he said absently...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

■ PERSONAL AND LOCAL 1 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stone are Everybody is vacationing this in Excelsoir Sprigs, Mo., on an month. Local news are scarce, outing trip. PERSONAL AND LOCAL The Baptist Mission Sunday Sam Earhart has an ad in this paper for his public sale of his household furniture. Read it. Drunk's Comedians will be' in Canadian next week. See their . . , Master Seigel Ha 111 of Panhan- School had a picnic at Anvil Lake; large announcement ad in this j die, Texas, was in Canadian last I aik Wednesday. paper. i week visiting in the Rev. E. D. Morgan home. Mr. T. L. Shields, an old time Miss Dorothy Gerlach left this newspaperman and once an era city Thursday for Boulder, Colo., ploye of the Record, died recently at Goodwell, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Norris of Geo. Jennings is home for the where she will attend summer j summer from the Texas univer- school. H. G. Wright and his daughter, Ochiltree were in Canadian Wed-, pear|( aIui r. k. Feilner of Ran- nesd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

SplfpfP: wflpi sasa I AM IN THE MARKET for Texas Vendor's Lien Notes, Farm and Ranch Loans My loan people are safe, sound, and relia- ble. Twelve years in the Panhandle of Texas. All loans handled promptly thru local banks. We meet competition at all times and will appreciate your business. WILL CROW K" STORACE BATTERY .TWOS MAR* NCGI3TCRCO' SINCE the plates and insulators inside a battery cannot be seen, the trademark on the outside is particularly im- portant. The Thread Rubber circle of the Still Better Willard means that the battery won't have to be torn down for re-insulation. BLANTON BATTERY COMPANY Jpfi® rffe ■ % n ■ II Jp til' mf. mmi WC ISAACS, PRE5, 1; A M ! 5 A A C S V i C E P R E 5 g l addison, cashier r c. j ac k so n, ass t ca 51 i i CANADIAN TEXAS Primarily, of course, jt is the sol- dier in war who is the patriot— he produces fighting qualities, his life, his all. Just as important was the worker at home. Without him the soldier must fail We supported the soldier as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

LIST OI< LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31, 1920, Unknown, Canadian Lot 16 B 8 Moody I'OK THE TAXES OF 1919 IN HEMPHILL COUNTY I Unknown, Canadian Lot 1 B 16 Moody Reported in compliance with the pro vis ions of Chapter Fifteen, ! Unknown, Canadian Lot 2 B 16 Moody Revised Civil Statutes of 1911. Unknown, Canadian Lot 3 B 1(> Moody THE STATE OF TEXAS, Unknown, Canadian Lot 4 B 16 Moody County of Hemphill: Unknown, Canadian Lot 5 B 6 Moody i w u an„n „ n n t e ■ , n l . « . i-r Unknown, Canadian Lot 6 B lb Moody that thp'lMwk n Mnt I Co lector of said County, do hereby certify . Unkr|) Canadian Lot 7 B 16 Moody that the lands and lots listecl on the following 8 pages and assessed ; Unk Canadian Lot 8 B 16 Moody on the tax rolls of said county for the year 1919 are de inquent for Unk Canadian Lot S'/a 9 B 16 M'y the taxes of 919, and that there was no personal property lor ser/.- Unknown, Canadian Lot N% 9 B 16 M'y '.om81 rT b^. Article 7692 Revised Civil Statutes of Unkn0^ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

raSSpi gl ¥ GEM (Too late for last week) John BriKgs has purchased an- other jitney and is busy remodel- ing it to his fancy. Oscar Moon went to Canadian! Thursday. * , The Misses Clarice and Estelle Henderson returned home Tues- I I ifi' lr: day from Lawton, Okla., where! they have been attending school; j H. M. Petree visited in the Victor Smith home Wednesday. Miss Gladys Hensley' visited Mrs. Elmer Hensley Wednesday afternoon. An almost continual stream of grain goes by daily to Canadian WmP- SPECIAL SATURDAY Large Pails Crisco $2.00 Consumers SuppMllj & Have You Made Your Home a Place WHERE YOU LOVE TO DWELL It is found largely in two arts MUSIC and FURNITURE When you choose your Phonograph, choose it for what it can give you of both. There is no Inflation in the price of the Edison Phonographs. They have advanc- ed less than 15 per cent since 1914. Bader's Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" Phone 11 to market. T_iast year's bountiful crop will hardly be marketed be- fore the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

THE (JAJVADIAJS RECORD VOLUME 27. NUMBER 38. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEA# LAST BRICK ON PAVING j A family drove into Canadian CONTRACT LAID SATURDAY Saturday afternoon with a car ■ J loaded with a tourist party camp- The completing of the paving ing equipment, and asked for the contract in Canadian, in which' ...... . city camp park. They intended RECORD EDITOR PLACES ORDER FOR A NEW 14 eight blocks of the principal, . , business streets were paved with to remain her« for two or three vitrified brick, was witnessed Tuesday. The contractors made ;t strong effort to finish the work ^Monday night by putting on a Trmrht shift, but the threatening nun clouds at one o'clock drove them to bed. They were putting on the covering of asphaltum, the last brick having been laid Saturday. The construction com- days and would have spent con- siderable money in Canadian. When they learned that there is no such institution as a munici- pal c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

m m i CLEAN UP SALE In order to clean up our Summer Goods we are offering 25 per cent discount on ladies Ready to Wear. i 20 per cent discount on Slippers, Muslin Underwear! Childrens' Dresses and all the H|gfgCMflh ou£ 8tore« Also we have a lot of Bargains we are offering for about half price. We want you to come in and mae your selections before everything is picked over. ■MHHH "TI (L'( E k % J U< ! WOJ CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting June 16th attended by the usual number, the president presiding. Script- ure lesson read, the Lord's Pray- er repeated. The secretary called the roll and read the minutes of the prev- ious meeting. Song, "Sound the Jubilee," was voiced by those present, Mrs. Whatley pianist, Interesting se- ^leclions were read by Mrs. N. P. Willis and Mrs. Isaacs. Pleasing recitations were given by Louise Willis and Barbara Nims. Com- munications were -read by the secretary. More singing and the meeting closed by repeating our be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

"THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTINUED FROM 2d PAGE; Billiard winced. "Well—suppose we do. Then what?" "Then you can't hold It up against ui« for stopping off at Butte on my way out. I haven't any motive in it— 1 promised to do It as a favor to Rufe Waring. It Isn't a personal issue at a". I know exactly how it must ap- pear to you. but . . . I'm not that sort of man, Hilliard. I wouldn't have (icebined of It myself. That's straight!" MAN WANTED! Local man wanted to sell stock in a Southern Drug Mfg. Company. This is the safest line of busi- ness in the country for there has 4^ uover been a failure. It is a very high paying line as well as the safest. Stock sells to anybody who wants high returns combined w ith safety. Live men are Making $250 Weekly < nr best agent never sold stock before. Exclusive territory given, •(live age, record, occupation, etc., when writing. Address Beeville, Texas The masquerauer regarded him earnestly—and yielded to his evident sincerity. "Way down deep." h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

p j , $f r is;, ■j. ... 11 - The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY:—JU^E 24, 1920. We'll miss watching Matthews lay more brick than nine men can Stack up for him. Different sections of the Pan- handle have reported grass- hoppers migrating high in the air towards the northwest. They have been so numerous that they have formed clouds. Perhaps they had advance information on the June rains. A. M. Jonea haa returned from characters have taken the long Pecos. ' He says the drilling of trail and rode out of our genera- six dry holes in that territory has tion punctured the Pecos Hereford Brand. boom.— The Panhandle just now, and particularly the Canadian section, is presenting a remarkable front to the commercial world. Ouw farmers are just now placing their 1919 crop on the market< They held...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

t I I Wm PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL G. L. Addison, cashier of the E. G. Sanders, principal of the Canadian State Bank, is attend- Follett schools, has purchased the ii!g the bankers convention at Follett Produce business in that Clovis, N. M. town from Don Loner. The total precipitation for last Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson of week was 1.08 inches, accordiiij? Gerard, Kans,, are visiting .Mr. the government record kept Hutchinson's sister, Mrs. C. H. R. ]Vi. Hibbard. Shaller, in this city. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Lee PooL has moved to Miami. Palm Beach Suits priced right at Everybody's. The harvest fields are calling F. M. Liles of Durham has everybody that can work and the moved to Canadian and taken surplus population will be con- charge of the Farmers Hotel and spicuous for a few weeks by its Wagon Yard which he purchased absence. three months ago. Brunk's Comedians baseball The Dalion Talking Machines team played the Canadian city have to be heard to be appreeiat- team Wednesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

m mm M} SSi §||jg fMi.si wSm IBIS LIST OP LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31, 1920, FOR THE TAXES OF 1919 IN HEMPHILL COUNTY Reported in compliance with the provisions of Chapter Fifteen, Revised Civil Statutes of 1911. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill: L H. H. Stickley, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the lands and lots listed on the following 8 pages and assessed on the tax rolls of said county for the year 1919, are delinquent for the taxes of 1919, and that there was no personal property for "seiz- ure and sale" as required by Article 7692, Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, and therefore 1 am entitled to credit for the taxes shown and herein reported delinquent. H. H. STICKLEY, Tax Collector. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill—In Commissioners' Court: We Certify that we have examined the following 8 pages of Col- lector's Report of lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Hemphill County for the year 191...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

* * ********* * * * * WITH OUR RURAL * * * * CORRESPONDENTS * * * ********** * GEM. Wednesday, June 16, 1920. ^Mfs. J. U. Theirstein left Wed- nesday for St. Joe and other points in Missouri where she will visit relatives. She goes first to visit her father who has passed the 81st milestone on life's high- way. The following applies to most any road where the drag is not uted: "Keep to the right; the left side is just as bad." Mrs. Barber and the children "took in" the picnic at Durham Saturday. W. T. Park was a caller at the ttarber home Sunday. * Monday was Flag Day. Did you fly Old Glory to the breeze? Miss Lila Hext returned home Saturday from school at Colum- bia, Mo. She visited friends en route home. Clarence Buckner went to Ca- nadian Wednesday. Mrs. Will Briggs who has been very ill has been reported much better. The following Gemites were seen on the streets of Durham by your corespondent Saturday J!r. and Mrs. J. W. Park, 11 iram and Miss Bee; Messrs. and Mes- riames V. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 24 June 1920

m fifr.' ill PP®I§ % ®6 m- fcr- ■ pi Um V I mm m GEM. Tuesday, June 22d. The wedding bells will soon be ringing. Who? Tell you later. (They are ringing a regular an- vil chorus all over Hemphill County in a glad, joyous refrain OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Will Be Elected Next November 2d WHO' WILL HE BE? We don't know But we do know That You Should Elect to trade at Gem Prompt Service Courteous Treatment W. €. BARBER & CO. GEM, TEXAS this month, a refrain that makes the music of the Convent Bells an echo in comparison. No won- der; Leap Year is already half gone. What a month for marry- ing is the month of June.—Edi- tor.) Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Burns and their son Howard, spent the week end at the R. T. Alexander home. H. M. Petree and his son, Van, returned to this county Saturday from Missouri, coming back in their car. Mrs. Petree and Creed are expected soon. Messrs. Henderson, McCleery, Steele, Buckner, Locke, Day, Hoobler, Cook, Smith, Hopkins and Barber met Saturday to talk consolidat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

liSil THE CAJSADIAJV RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 39. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Fort Worth-Canadian Slialler Well is Now Down to 3,000 fFeet Fort Worth-Canadian Oil test well on the Shaller land reached the contract depth of 3,000 feet Tuesday, and thus com- pleted the drilling contract with- out finding oil. Reports are that the drill stop- ped in a very favorable forma- tion, the most encouraging yet encountered. The log of the well shows a formation almost ident- ical ! lth the Ranger field, and majjy think that oil in paying quantities may be found at a depth between 3,200 and 3,500 feet. As to what arrangements are contemplated for going deeper with the well, the Record has no information. It is to be hoped that with such a favorable showing that a real test may be made of the well to a depth of 4,000 feet, or at least until the present 3,000 foot formations have been fully tested out. Hennington-Johnson Wedding The Misse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

I. LIST OP LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MABCH 31, 1920, FOR THE TAXES OF 1919 IN HEMPHILL COUNTY Reported in compliance with the provisions of Chapter Fifteen, Revised Civil Statutes of 1911. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill: I, H. H. Stickley, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the lands and lots listed on the following 8 pages and assessed on the tax rolls of said county for the year 1919, are delinquent for the taxes of 1919, and that there was no personal property for "seiz- ure and sale" as required by Article 7692, Revised Civil Statutes of 1911, and therefore I am entitled to credit for the taxes shown and herein reported delinquent. H. H. STICKLEY, Tax Collector. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill—In Commissioners' Court: We Certify that we have examined the following 8 pages of Col- lector's Report of lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Hemphill County for the year 1919, which are delinquent for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

i m TEN CANDIDATES FOR THE jthe platform committee but it de- PRESIDEN'CY PLACED ON ,voted itself wholly so far as the NOMINATION AT 'FRISPO ^anized program with getting in AIIUIN At r KlalU the nominating speeches out of ' " " jthe way anjj clearing the decks San Francisco, June 30— After for consideration of the platform hearing ten candidates placed in nomination for the presidency, ^the Democratic national conven- tion, after an 8-hour session to-, JH Jay, recessed until 11 o'clock to-'" ' TV*?'- theHq"'et(pa" r iorrow i tience of the Texas delegation T . „ p. . , I 'finally had its reward in the big John W. Davis, ambassador to i , _ ' . .. * .!.*,, . .. Prflat Rri+«;n demonstration that followed the L h% 'y r nomination of William G. McAdoo " ' <"T *h0™ for President of the United nonuaating speeches were to be „ t p , o'Keefe of Dallas led S'rf d" "5'the demonstration bearing Texans Lead for McAdoo San Francisco, June 30.—Af- ter a seven-hour session at con- the day. The c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

I m The Canadian Record .Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published - Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class nail matter. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920 The first load of 1920 wheat appeared, in Miami one day last week. The wheat was harvested with *a combination harvester and thresher. The Panhandle Spirit You will perhaps understand the Panhandle spirit, the spirit Which inspired the prose poem, "The Panhandle," as printed last Week by the following incident it) the personal experience of the Record editor. A few years ago a friend from the north came to the Panhandle and purchased three or four sec- tions of land, mostly on time/ This was a mistake that so many) tenderfoots make, the buying of too much land. This friend should have purchased only one sectioQ Which he could have financed nicely. The, price he paid in the| exultation of his first impressions Of the Panhandle was tw...

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

******** WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS ******** * * * * * * * GEM. We do it for soldiers, sailors, 1 foreigners, defectives, the poor, the friendless and the homeless. Why not do it for our children? We build homes, shelters and schools for the above, and it is litfht antl proper that we should but should we neglect our very own—the future men and women < f this great country? I believe the following poetry tits the Consolidated School ques- tion exactly: If you think you are beaten, yon are; f :) If you think you dare not, you don't; If you like to win, but think you can't, It's almost certain you won't. If you think you'll lose you've lost, IflP For out in the world you'll find Success begins with a fellow's will— It's all in the state of mind. Mrs. J. B. "Lindley went to Ca- OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Will Be Elected Next November 2d WHO WILL HE BE? We don't know But we do know That You Should Elect to trade at Gem Prompt Service Courteous Treatment W. C. BARBER & Co! GEMv TEXAS T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

ftp**" f;'r' : * " ' PERSONAL AND LOCAL p.. "304 jmfc; See our hats on sale for $2.50, Build some houses in Canadian. See our hats on sale for $2.50, 93.50 and $5 bargains. Teeniq $3.50 and $5 bargains. Teenie Wood. Wood. Rain fell at Canadian Monday, night to the amount of .13 of on inch. See the New White Milon's Leghorns and Beautiful Trans- parent Hats.—Teenie Wood. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hurn and their son, R. P., were down from Higgins Sunday to visit at the T. M. Hurn home. Mrs. F. V. Studer will accom- pany F. V. Studer Sunday as far as Kansas City and from there she will go to Alabama and Miss- issippi to visit relatives during the summer. Tom Connell is reported as hav- ing withstood the operation in the hospital at Wichita nicely and is rapidly recovering and hopes ti) be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Nowels ar- rived in this city Tuesday eve- ning from Sulphur, Okla., where' they spent a part of their honey- moon, and are now housekeeping in the Allison home. Extra Special S...

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