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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL The B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a pic- nic at the Lake Tuesday night. See the New White Milon's Leghorns and Beautiful Trans- parent Hats.—Teenie Wood. JThe Rev. M. M. Beavers and Kit1 daughters, Zoe and Gladys, visited Mr. Beavers' sons who are working in the oil fields at Burkburnett, last week. Noah Samples went to Wichita, Kansas, the first of the week. Midsummer Bonnetts — you can't resist them. New line al} white hats in Moline, Taffeta, Mi- lan and Georgette. Teenie Wood. G. A. Addison was up from Pampa the first of She week. Mr. Addison has purchased the Miami studio and gives half of his time at that place and the other half tu his studio in Pampa. ) We still are offering a 20 per cent discount on our beautiful S. L. & G. Dresses. One of thes<; should be yours. Everybody's Dry Goods and Clothing Company. The Canadian banks will be j closed all day Monday on account of the national holiday. Arrange your banking business...

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

I'-' I The Man Nobody Knew CONTINUED. As It was, her shock at bis disaster would be tempered by Armstrong's sane philoso- phy; at most, she would lose In Hll- Hard a friend of only a few months—a man she had wanted to retain as a friend, but—rby ber own admission—as that, and no more. This was a conso- lation . . . trifling and fragile, to be sure, but something saved out of the wreck. As to Armstrong—Hllliard, marvel- ing somewhat at his own tolerance, wished Mb Joy. Armstrong waa fine and clean and manly; he had well merited hia victory. As to Mr. Culleo —Hllliard was torn with regret, but after all, Cullen's gullibility was what had made the campaign so childishly simple. As to Angela . . . who had really loved him . . . "Oh, the poor little kid!" said Hll- liard softly. "The poor little kid. n And perhaps he had never loved Carol Durarit so much as when, at ten o'clock that sunny morning, he went tip the steps of Angela's house to de- stroy a little glrl'a regard for him b fore ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

R. C. BAIRD Dentist Practice extended to Oral Surgery, including Hairlip and Cleft Palate. ^|pffice phone 53 Res. 24 Canadian, Texas DR. E. H. SNYDER Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. Railway Phone 9 Office hours 1 tu (i p. m. Other hours by appointmen! I DR. A. M Office over First Bank NEWMAN National Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Phones: Office 18. Res. 72. 4. VH' t I S I I WILL CROW Attorney at Law Real Estate, Farm arid Ranch Loans Buy Vendors Lien Notes m § yJM W. A. PALMER Lawyer Practice in All Courts Farm Loans and Real Estate Tubb Building. Phone 17. "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (Continued from Page 8) Cullen vented his abandon of rage on the empty air. "Well, who In the devil ever suld there was'/" "Why . . . didn't you?" The appeal was to Milliard; and it was made In a tone of astonishment which would have been ludicrous If there hadn't been tragedy behind It. h No" Billiard shook his head. 'Ton can't accuse ine of that, at least. • • . The only mine we ever mentioned w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 1 July 1920

I i p £ M if if? ■: .. §i ■ 8! Kirs ^ < t:f ' 1 Kv- - &t-v K '■ B mX YOU WILL NEVER GET ANYWHERE by watching the other fellow save, but save yourself and increase your bank ac- count by buying where you can get what you want. If it it Greases of any kind, Gasoline, Ker- osene, Lube Oils, Linseed Oil, Paint, Spark Plugs, or Brooms you want, come and see me, or if you prefer, call me at the Oil Station—Phone 156—the old Brown and Son stand. (Signed) J. O. WOOTEN Independent Oil House CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Devotionala: Mrs. W. J. Todd. Paper: Mrs. W. C. Isaacs. Solo: Mrs. Sanders. Reading: Miss Capitola Ger- lach. Music: Mrs. Whatley. Recitation: Howard Burns. Assistant superintendent: Mrs. McMordie. Our outoftown guests were Mrs. Hoover of Oklahoma City, THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR EVERY-DAY CASH PRICES War Tax Included Tanlac, large size 75c Doan's Kidney Pills 60c Syrup Pepsin $1.00 and 50c Nuxated Iron $1.00 Jon tee 1 Face Powder 50c Colgate's Tooth Past...

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

THE f>f AN RECORD I VOLUME 27, NUMBER 40. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXASj, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Subscriptions Being Taken to Extend Shat- ter Well to 4,000 Feet A meeting was held at the Pas- time Theatre last Friday after- noon to present before the citi- zens a proposition of financing #the drilling of the Shaller well on to a depth of 4,000 feet, or until oil or gas is found in paying quantities at a depth less than that. The well now stands at 3,032% feet, and the drill stopped in a red gurpbo formation, the same formation which is just above the oil at Burkburnett. As the log of the well is practically the same as "hat at Burkburnett for its en- tire depth, this formation looks very favorable to the drillers. Contractor Owens of Fort Worth, who drilled the well for the Fort Worth-Canadian Oil Company, stated that he had ex- pended all the funds he wished to on the well, but that if the cit- izens would finance the drilling for another 1,000 ...

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

4y Big Bargains in Summer Goods |t Our entire line of Silk Dresses, 20 per cent off on all Slippers. 75c to $1 Voiles and White We have a large variety of the e, . . . c £? • Apv ^ ' 1 . cqr above items, also lots of other bar- Skirts, \\ aists, and Summer Coats $1.75 and $2 Voiles going at $1.39 Goods gains. Come in and look them at 25 per cent off. S1.25 to $1.50 Voiles and All 50c Goods 39c over. We will be pleased to show 20 per cent off on all Yard Silks. White Goods _98c 40c and 35c Lawns 25c you. * * * * ******** WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS ****** GEM Jesse Tipps spent last week as & guest in the E. P. Buckner home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hensley entertained the following people at their home Saturday night: Mr. and Mrs. John Nolen, W. D. Montgomery, Mr. Harreld, Joe Ward, Mesdames Williams and Brannon of Oklahoma, and the Misses Lena Bell Williams and Gladys and Hazel Hensley. Ice cream was served in bountiful quantities. W. C. Barber and his family visited in Oklahoma Sun...

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

The Man Nobody Knew CONTINUED. lie's Jealous of everything and everybody. That doesn't count any more. Only it made me perfectly furious. ... I wanted to scratch hiui . . . the very Idea of hla daring to say anything like that about yout Even if you do like me a lot!" She sighed lieavlly, "And yet If you atop to think Nbout It, it was sort of brave, too— tuucding up to all of us when it was three to one, and he wus wrong—poor clear 1" Milliard looked down at her with dvep affection and troubled relief. "As long as I've a defender like you I wouldn't worry," he said, "but I'm afraid it won't be for so very long, Angela, that you'll feel like defending me." "Why not?" she asked. "Just a notion of mine. It strikes nte that you're fonder of Rufus than you let yourself think. And he needs u champion worse than I do; I'm more uned to taking care of myself." The corners of Uer mouth were pe- culiarly sensitive. "Such a queer notion 1" she suld. "Where'er you ever get it?" "Oh, it came of I...

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

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 postoflke at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920. Yes, the Panhandle has come back into its own. The towns have revived the old-time sport of staging badger fights for the benefit of the tenderfoot. When- ever the Panhandle gets into the badger fight spirit you can know that its twin-six prosperity auto- mobile is hitting on every cylin- der, and knighthood is in flower. A car of Higgins young people went to a neighboring town, the News says, and not knowing the car parking rules of that town, had to pay a fine for leaving their car in a position that didn't meet the approval of the city marshal. Car parking rules are necessary in a town with streets so narrow and traffic so heavy that there is apfr to be a congestion and a tie up in traffic. But lb ere are so many .small towns and no two...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL - + •fc W. L. Harris has purchased a new Chevrolet. The Republican Club will meet this Friday night.—adv. Mrs. Fred Vaughn went to Lub- bo^this week to visit Mrs. L. C. Denton. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scadden spent the Fourth in Woodward with relatives. , Mrs. W. C. Ricks is spending a vacation of two weeks with her parents in Higgins. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Judd Mitchell spent the Fourth with relatives at Range, Okla. Don't forget the Republican) Club meets Friday night.—adv. Thos. Hughes went to Oklaho- ma City Saturday night to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stone re- turned home last week from Ex- celsior Springs,. Mo. Mrs. Judd Mitchell went to Wellington, Kansas, Saturday to be with her father who is in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Meeks vis- ited in Wheeler with Mrs. Meeks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, on the Fourth. Mrs. 0. Hudson and children Frank and Mary Sue, are spend- ing a week at the E. H. Snyder and C. C. Shaller homes. Newton P. Willis wrote last w...

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

Ill ? W. "THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) Oil the eighth day, he chanced to meet Dr. Durant by accident tn front of the Physicians' building at high noon. "Hello, there! You're just In time," mid the Doctor, cheerfully. "I'm go- ing over to the University club for lunch. Won't you Join mef I want your advice. I'm the worst business man In the world—you probably know that by this time. And I trust my friends for friendship; but when I want advice, I go to an expert. 80 you qualify on both counts. Come along over." Milliard was flattered, but not de- ceived. "I'm not sure that my advice Is worth anything half as extensive us a luncheon, Doctor." The older man took him by the arm, and Impelled him across the street. "That depends on your appetite," he laughed. "Come along, and help me out on a decision I've got to make. About an Investment." Hllllard hung back for a moment, while suspicion dawned on him. "What sort of Investment, Doctor?" he queried. "You come and sit down...

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

The wiring system of the truck should be inspected regularly once a Week. I I 8 rriTfcart forget that as warm weather apprwShes the fluid In the storage lattery will evaporate more quickly. % •' • • If a clicking or tapping sound la iipnrd coming from the crankease In* iterlor it ought to be Investigated ui once. • • © • Before the water hns been drained from the cooling system it Is well to fill the radiator slowly In order that the water may pass Into the whole system. 1 •* ♦ • • | 7 Habitual slipping of the clutch Is dangerous practice. It Increases the wear on It tenfold and when It is nbadly to pull the car out of a (Ightplace falls eutJrely. a car should always r>t; siarreo in low gear. Open the thioitie a little end pick up to live or tlx miles an hour. «> • A good grease, mixed in the right proportion with selected flake graph- ite, forms the best lubricant for bear- ings. • i< • Many car owners «re finding that oil cups may be substituted for the grease cups common...

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

i m I mm. P i W3m ■ CANADIAN fT.C.T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting June 30th was called to order by the presi- dent, with a goodly number in attendance. Mra. Simmons read the 33d Psalm and voiced a fer- vent prayer. | Song, with Mrs. J. T. Jackson at the piano; roll call, reading oi the minutes, etc. Two interesting articles were read: "Let Bygones Be Bygones" by Mrs. Todd, from which we quote: "Most of us are slaves to i tradition, convention, and mis- understanding. We hide in our innermost hearts much that should have been discarded and forgotten. We should rise from) our every sleep bigger, stronger, ruddier in hope and courage. Our nights should bury in a grave of oblivion every irritating thing, every destructive thot, every ele- ment that might grow to disturb and rob us. Let bygones be by- gones." \ "Folks" by Mrs. J. T. Jackson: "Folks are wonderful. But know them so that they become your allies in every walk of life is so much more wonderful. Set your- s...

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

IMff CANADIAN REOORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 41. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Man Literally Ground to Bits by Train Near Mendota Last Friday Tlie report came to Canadian Friday morning that portions of a "nan's body had been found alo-'.g the railroad track near and Sheriff Harry Stick- iev. District Attorney E. J. Pick- ens. and Undertaker C. C. Stickley wen: out immediately to investi- gate. The section hands found the trunk and one arm of the man. The officers found portions of the body scattered along the track for ihree-fourths of a mile. It ap- pears that the man was on a train going east. The heart was found at one spot, th liver at another and portions of the ribs were found fast in the frog of the track at the switch. The uppei part of the skull found showed that he had black hair. The lowei jaw and one foot were found. Th< hard found indicated that the man was not given to hard labor 1 he shoe on the foot indicated th...

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

gfp : Big Bargains in Summer Goods . i L -- iiL .A..— ' * , St u 'i In-iftrkJHi Wp lia\ Our entire line of Silk Dresses, Skirts, Waists, and Summer Coats •I 25 per cent off. 29 per cent off on all Yard Silks. 20 per cent off on all Slippers. $1.75 and $2 Voiles going at $1.39 $1.25 to $1.50 Voiles and White Goods 98c 75c to $1 Voiles and White Goods 59c All 50c Goods 39c 40c and 35c Lawns 25c iUHHMHI We have a large variety of the above items, also lots of other bar- gains. Come in and look them over. We will be pleased to show you. * * WITH OUR RURAL * * * * * CORRESPONDENTS ******* GEM Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jahnel entertained the following people Sunday. Mr. and Mra. D. U. Hard- en and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harden and baby, Ed Lit- tle, the Misses Gladys and Hazel Hensley and Bessie Wilmoth. Making and eating ice cream was the principal pastime. Ralph Alexander was a dinner guest Sunday with Gem friends. The Rev. Bone preached an ex- cellent sermon to an appreciative congrega...

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

C AMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR | table concoctions that were be- BECOMES VERY ANIMATED >'ond the pale of appropriations j made for providing the executive mansion with groceries. H. B. Terrell, comptroller, was enjoined from paying the bill; Neff was employed to see that the state did pay the bill. If the state did not pay the bill, then the governor would have to pay it. For representing the state, which was protecting the governor from pay- ing the bill, Neff received $500 for his services, and the state paid him. He was paid out of the 'fund set aside for the "payment of rewards and other expenses necessary for the enforcement of the law." In reply to the charge by Thom- ason that Neff had been while campaigning riding on railroad passes, Neff says that during the entire period of the war and while the railroads were in the hands of the United States gov- ernment he represented the gov- ernment in certain railroad liti- gation, and that as part compen- sation for his services he was p...

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

;|S m lift jsP |Si e 111 if Pfl vm The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year 92.00 Entered at the postofBce at Ca- ,n, Texas, as second class matter. ■■ §V ' 1 Wr ' 1 v ■ Stills BHroi THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920 Eight more days, then primary. You will have to work fast. What an age we are living in! The other day on the train we saw three young fellow* on their way to the harvest fields at Pam- pa to work. Each of them wore an erpensive silk shirt, silk sox: silk tie, tailored woolen trousers a 98.60 cap and a pair of Edwin Clapp shoes. In the harvest fields R MBM1 IP that we used to know the men the_ passing of the years Samuel all wore overalls and ten-cent straw hats. You' naturally would think that these boys.were frorr Dallas or some other city; we thot so. But they were not.. They were just three farmer boys from Aberathy. work of securing for the soldiers of the great war the emolu...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL lv\ Anvil Park Lake will open as usual on Thursday, July 15th. Mrs. J. P. Zolezzi returned home Sunday from Anthony, Kan- sas, where she had been visiting ivolatives for a few days. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Attend the Republican pri- maries July 24th.—adv. t Anvil Park Lake will open as usual on Thursday, July 15th. j A. O. Buckner and his son, Hal left this week for a business trip to Wheeler, Shamrock, Welling- ton, Childress, Hollis, Okla., and other towns. Miss Vera Taylor of Shattucty spent the week end in Canadian with Miss Inez Chance. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Miss Clyde Jackson went to Wellington last week to visit friends. Ed Jarboe, a barber in the Pal- ace Shop, went to Dalhart Mon- Iday to take a job there. % The B. M. B. Mercantile Com-j pany has a special sale of Sum- mer Goods, Silks, Oxfords, Dress- es, Wash Skirts, Kimonas, etc., which are worth while. This is i your last chance to buy summer' goods at such low figures. We are offering these at very attract- ...

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

i Charter No. 8826 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Canadian, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on June 30, 1920. RESOURCES 25,000.00 19,766.18 3,296.25 Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $463,636.25 ♦Total loans 463,686.25 Overdrafts unsecured 1,579.65 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds par value) Owned and unpledged Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned and unpledged Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) Value of banking house owned and unin- cumbered j. 13,662.04 Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned other than banking house — Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amount due from national banks Checks on other banks ia ©he same city or town as reporting bank (other than item 16) Total of items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17- Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank, and other cash items Redemption fund with U'. S....

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

i Republican Club Announcement The Republicans of Hemphill County deem it necessary to place in nomination a full county ticket in order that they may have some voice in the affairs of the county in which they live and transact business, and with an implicit fai&i in the principle that a pub- lic^PRce is a public trust and not a "private snap", they present as their pledge and as a platform on which their candidates are ta stand these fundamental princi- ples: "We pledge a full dollar's worth of service or material for a dollar's pay. "We further demand that all public property be kept for pub- lic purposes only and not for - private use." ! "We further demand the same strict economy in our public af-J fairs that is used in private bus-1 iness." m ■ EMS i | The Republicans invite all who subscribe to these principles to take part with them In electing .the following ticket in November: I We suggest the following tick- et be nominated at the county LET S GO HAVE A DRINK— j One of...

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

iP/ r-fe;.''"' II CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting July 7th was attended by several members, the president presiding. Mrs. Geyer read the 40th Psalm and voiced a fervent prayer. She is always inspiring. Our devotionals, roll call, and reading of minutes. A song with Mrs. J. T. Jackson at the piano. "The Curse of Worry" was an article read by Mrs. Simmons, told how this habit grows on one, sap- ping our very life, as it were, and accomplishing nothing In the end. °Offerings"by Mrs. John Isaacs. In spite of John J. IngaUs' sonnet called "Opportunity" the writer of "Offerings" tells us that oppor- tunity never goes away from peo- ple. It tags them around. It rings bells before their very faces. And yet there are people who complain and say they never had a chance. Days are overloaded with offer- ings, opportunities of a thousand roads, and one of which, if chosen and followed up would surely lead a man to his goal. It's the offerings we take and do som...

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