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

SfiSfe : > <>.- i • < jw - . . ill S' PlUP i |§§ £& ||p ««s a V/-*.^ mm® tmra! rag :^S v-* i®3iL • Ifa VOLUME 27, NUMBER 42. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR New Gas Well in Car- son County Flowing 27,000,000 Cubic Feet -tie Record editor had the pleasure: Sunday morning while the guest of E. S. Ellis of Pan- handle to visit the Carson County Agas well which was drilled by the Gulf Refining Company twenty miiee west of Panhandle. Afteq the well had rufi wild for three days it showed a test of 27,000,- OGO cubic feet; when we were out there Sunday the company had gotten it partly under cori- troi, but it was yet romping and roaring in a way that can be her.-d several hundred yards i'UrjV. A large blue gas stream car.* be seen above the casing for several feet. Drops of gasoline gathered on the pipe thru the seams and dripped to the ground. Tht Gulf people were cutting t-ht gas off and drilling the well on deeper f...

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

1;: i§KI • • • WITH OUR RURAL * • • CORRESPONDENTS * • * • * ******** * * GEM Mrs. J. F. Reed, who has been Visiting her children in Pampa the past week, returned home Saturday night. Messrs. Brown, Studer and. Waggoner have their threshing' Outfits going at the Flat. Folks down there are very busy these Warm days. Mrs. R. P. Burns is visiting Mrs. Victor Smith this week. On Tuesday they and Miss Roma Scurlock dined with Mrs. R. T. Alexander and in the afternoon) tiok a dip in the old swimming hole on the Hext ranch. The Misses Henderson, Roma Scurlock, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lind- iey, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. Victor Smith, and W. C. Bar- ber and family attended the Vir. ginia Minstrel show in Canadian Monday evening. • Miss Dovie Humes spent the Week end with Miss Alma Morris. How do you do, Blue Ridge. Glad to hear from you. Come again and again and keep coming. F. P. Trammell purchased a new car Tuesday. Mrs. John Briggs is a guest at the J. W. Park home this week. J. F. Reed...

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

; STILL SWATTING THE WEST Oldest Postoffice on South TheUAN nobody 1 kneIII Holworthy Halt [ r ooda, him a Oompanr. Ib& I CONTINUED. "!'m not sure or It, at that. Look •re now' I've got an idea! Let's ■v to get some benefit out of it. Sup- you got clear of this mess. Sup- pose we straighten it out from top to boiiom. Everybody sntisfied. Sup- jiiise you got out of it absolutely clean ; U< you think you could take your ex- perience and your front and your en- er,v.\ and cash In on sonic better busi- !!ii!iard exclnirriie'ol aloud; he could li:>sdly credit his ears. "What's that?" he managed. "I (lit; t understand !" The broker's eyes brightened. "It's enough if you put your mind to it. i told you before," lie said impres- sively, "I'm out for results. That's my middle name—IMS-suits. And not re- s',lis from minute to minute, but re- sults in the iong run Now it does seen) to me like an awful shame to in v<: you come up here and spend all this time and money flub-dubbing ...

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

, * I i *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- Mdian, Texas, as second class Bail matter. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920 Whither Are We Drifting? The harvest hands left the North Plains Saturday night, the harvesting being about all com- that we be separated from you South and East Texas folks. We don't care to be in the same state with you any longer. There is not an opportunity to get a square deal politically from ycu folks. We have for years paid the bulk of taxes to support your institu- tions, and we have not received a square deal in the matter of re- districting West Texas, in the matter of establishing a West Texas A. & M. College and vari- ous other political items we could name. No, we are not a Texas alien, , either. We have been reared in I Texas. We have been a citizen of West Texas for eighteen years. We are for West Texas. We lov...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL A dance was given at the Read- ing Room Monday night. An $85 Georgette Combination Dress now $59 at Everybody's. PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL A $30 Taffeta Dress now $22.50, An S. L. & G. Dress is what at Everybody's. iyou want at Everybody's. H. E. Hoover is visiting at his old home near Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. C. A. Ramp is recovering jfrom a severe attack of typhoid fever. ^tfr. and Mrs. E. L. Nims made A $48 Taffeta and Georgette s^business trip to Beaver City., Dress now $32.50 at Everybody's. Okla., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Young re- turned home Sunday from Colo] rado Springs. The D. T. E. Myers family re- turned home last week from a trip to California. S. A. McAdams arrived home Monday from Casper, Wyoming^ where he visited a brother for a few days. Chas. Malouf of Fruithurst, Ala., arrived in Canadian Tuesday to visit his cousin, N. Abraham, JL the Fair Store. All Odd Fellows and Kebekahs are invited to attend the joint installation of offic...

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

mm&r \ yyfi:' m i The Man Nobody Knew (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) "Wtiat's wrong?" Hiinaru wjis vis- ited by au unwelcome chill; lie tried to analyze it and couldn't. The big man was breathing with dif- ficulty. "I . . . you go down and ... no, that wouldn't do cither. . . . 1 want to see him alone. I want to get him to call off his Investigator, so when we begin a new campaign w« won't have any verified report agalntt us on the old—" "No, sir!" Hilllard shook his head smilingly. "I'm the man who's had to stand the gaft so far; I'm going to be in <m any conferences. That's my play!" Hnrmoo licked his lips again and ■wallowed repeatedly. "Well . . . It's ... If yon let me do the talking then . . . or . . Hilllard turned back to the trans- mitter. "Ask him to come right up," he wild. He replaced the instrument and looked aluriuedly at the broker. "Jfou're not Well !" "Yes, I am. . . . Now let's get at that contract! There's no sense talk- ing business until that's canceled, Is ther...

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

m I I fi 1 f ■<$ M | ti § m, I ii Extra Special On Saturday and Monday we offer you our stock of Muslin Gowns, Teddies, Bloomers, and Petticoats at 20 per cent discount. See display counter in center aisle. The B. M. B. Mercantile Company. ||| It Worked A rather startling incident oc- curred Wednesday afternoon at the First State Bank. When mov- ing things around in the vault one of the automatic "safety de- vices" was accidently demonstrat- ed. It worked all right, the bullet .shattering on the steel vault door and scattering in all direc- tions. No one was hurt—just scared.—Stratford Star. t* Glazier Merchant Goes to Clovis T. J. White of Glazier, Texas, ts purchased the Keithly gro- ry on Grand Avenue. Mr. White has been conducting a general merchandise store at Glazier for a number of years and will move his stock here arid combine it with the store he has just pur- chased. Mr. White owns the build- ing on South Main Street occu- pied by the Clovis Co-Operative Store but will...

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

CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting July 14th was attended by several members and two' guests, the president presiding. Mrs. Todd read the 97th Psalm. Mr*. Carver offered a fervent prayer. The roll was called and the minutes read. A <Xng with Mrs. Henson at the piano. j "A Tattle Philosophy" was an article read by Mrs. Stone, an ar- ticle worth pondering on, such as "Time is simply a mixture. The things which we gain and the things which we lose are but a part of the all. We have a path; follow its lead to the end. Or else make one that fits our feet. In the end we get only what is our own. But only as we honestly under- stand do we get all of what be- longs to us.'' "Divided Efforts" by Mrs. Will Johnson was anoth- er fine selection, one from which all might glean a lesson. Remem- ber the well known adage. "Unit- ed we stand; divided we fall." | The well-rendered recitation by Christine Stone would have done credit to a much older girl. It was grea...

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

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27. NUMBER 43. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Bailey Leads for Gov- ernor in the Primary; Light Vote is Cast The returns of the primary in 245 counties received up to Wed- nesday left Joseph W. Bailey lead- ing for governor with 137,782 votes. Neff was second with 132,- 277, Thomason third with 91,568, and Loonev had 45,543. Davidson was leading for lieu- tenant governor with JohnSon second: These two candidates will go into the second primary race with the gubernatorial candidates. For supreme justice Pierson is leading with Hawkins second. They will go into the second pri- mary. The home ownership initiative carried two to one. It is estimated that the primary vote will not exceed 440,000. The total number of poll taxes and ex- emptions this year in the matter oi' election privileges is 807,584. Including the returned soldiers the voting strength of Texas is placed at 1,000,000 votes by the Texas E...

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

WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS ZYBACH Francis called John Francis called at Edwards' Friday morning. Mrs. Gib Jones and her chil- dren, Eddie Jones, Roy Edwards Cunningham called little fetirg had razed the debris and erected a new mill and had the water works in even better shape than it had been for many months. What next? We congratulate the winners * * I and extend sympathy to the los- ers in Saturday's race. | Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hensley J. R. have as their guests Mr. Hens- ley's sisters, the Mesdames Beulah Powell of Canadian and Nancy Gillie of Clarendon, Texas. The ball game Sunday between collectible only in current money. uctuuic uiiij in turrcuv iuuiicy« " . . . . Sec. 2. The foregoing constitu- common school dlstr!cts fr f i more""'counties. And the legisla- tional amendment shall be sub- limitation of a total tax of one,more couni_?. It ^Scott Helton" home SatuT-1 Hackberry and Gem on the local diamond resulted^ in a score of mitted to a voite of the qualified dollar on t...

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

MAMMOTH PLANT TO MAKE | INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS The International Harvester Company, manufacturers of the International Motor Trucks, <jjkhkh are sold by Bernson Broth- ers of, Canadian, announce plans for a greatly extended .production of their popular trucks. The com- pany has just secured a site for the erection of the largest mo- tor truck plant in the world. The site of the new plant, which will j be in addition to the Akron plant, is at Fort Wayne, Indiana. The facilities of twenty-eight industrial centers in the United States were investigated before the Fort Wayne site was selected. Fort Wayne was selected for its v strategic situation with respect '"'to the delivery- of ra\£ materials? from the company's mining and §af® Hiuoe Lady Who, On Dm> UrY AArict. Took Cardai ' Aid la N*w W«B. H'luon, Tenn.—"About 10 TMn *K0 I vu..." aaya Mra. J. B. Qadd, ol thte place. "I suffered with * pain la my left aide, could not sleep at ntghl with this pain, always In the left •Idt... My ...

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

: ■ ' m%§ ,% . P4\" tes^ Tim r«n><i;.w Record Llberal fields and th« Burkbur- nett oil fields. Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas j The bringing in of the gas field ' " ai, Liberal will certainly add in-' L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher terest to the drilling of the nu- Published Every Thursday j rnerous wells in the Canadian 1 section. Subscription Price, the year 12.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class nail matter. Kid! To think of a crude hold-up like that in the Panhandle in 1920! The offenders should be t apprehended and put in a muse- um as the last specimens of a character now extinct. As a cu- riosity they would make a great drawing card. as a ' 1 -WOUIU «, P?Ar to h- Something will have to be done to enlarge the House of Repre- sentatives before Congress meets again. Thos. L. Blanton in the Seventeenth District was re-elect- ' THVURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920; ed congressman by a handsome j ■ , majority. The early reports gave Makes Canadian Pro...

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

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Regular $85.00 Dress now $59.00. Everybody's. Alfalfa hay for sale. Thos. Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Regular $48.00 Dress $$32.50 at Everybody's. PERSONAL AND LOCAL had better get one before. they are all gone at prices that/1 speak for themselves—an S. L. & G. Dress. Everybody's. now i George Gerlach made a busi- i ness trip to Woodward the first ■ , of the week. Mrs. J. Inselman of Grandfield, | Okla., is in Canadian this week j Mr. and" Mrs. T. V. Humphrey visiting friends. lare in Hereford this week visit- ing relatives. Frank Hoobler and his family and D. B. McFatter started Wed- nesday for Nebraska on a pleas- ure trip of a few weeks. Anyone can afford one of outf; S. L. & G. Dresses at the reduced prices. Everybody's. D. C. McReynolds of Durham, Okla., is visiting his son, G. E. McReynolds in this city for a few days. G. E. is connected with the ' supply department of the Santa1 Fe* Dennis Reynolds was in Cana- dian Sunday. He ...

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

m Pancho Villa Surren- ders; Quits Banditry to Become Ranchman Eagle Pass, Texas, July 28.— ijTrancisco Villa has surrendered *aconditionally to the provisional government of Mexico. I After a conference last night and this morning with general Eugenio Martinez, commander of jthe northern district, Villa sur- rendered, it was learned. I Carl Haeglin, the American who was made prisoner when Villa took Sabinas and was held for L. LONGINO Optometrist — Optician Pampa, Texas Complicated cases a specialty. Will be at Moody Hotel on August 11 and 12. Will call at your home if so desiied. All work guaranteed to be perfect. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR DATE CANADIAN MONDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1926 IKJIBROS. . iWBiPja I ' I SHOWS ransom has bpen released, it was also learned. It is expected that Villa will now go to Mexico City and make arrangements for settling down in some state as a ranchman. The 600 reported followers probably will be given the opportunity of settling near the retired bandit leader, it...

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

Notice Regarding Oil Leases We have turned considerable of our close-in acreage to the committee financing the drilling of the test well. We are not offer- ing the balance of our acreage for sale. We also have agreed to put up 20 per cent of the drilling cop.t1 besides guaranteeing with certain material costs. C. H. Shaller & Sons. Mrs. C. H. Adair and Mr. S. M. J McElwain of Moreland, Okla., were in Canadian today after the son, sixteen years of age, of Mrs. Adair who had left home withont j leaving his forwarding address, j He was located here and hi^ mother took him home with her. A game loser is winner after all. The gulf well at Panhandle was drilled two feet deeper Wednes- day and the flow of gas increased to 70,000,000 feet. « I COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS (The State College for Women) Denton, Texas j The College of Industrial Arts, Denton. Texas, enrolled during the last session 1,462 students and during the summer session 666, or a total of 2,128 Texas girls, making it t...

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

^ W V'1' •1 iUff '-, ■'¥' ■■+<&£ ■ >L ggS%;' If I < I II: , v" i ,i i [U \«. i ^ w SKSW'I fcs S' y; CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER 6«r weekly meeting July 21st *ms attended by several member.^ md two guests, the president pre- ssing. Miss Blair read the 97th and offered, a fervent pray- er. Roll call, and reading of min- utes of previous .meeting. Two interesting articles were read: "Popularity", by Mrs, F. Hamilton. This article claimed that "Popularity exacts its price." "Courtesy", another fine selec- tion by Mrs. Dean. This member recently returned from Oregon, where the family has spent the past two years. Some business matters were talked over and we closed our IDEAL - Areola Radiator- Boiler The ideal heat for small homes! ? Gives even warmth in whole house— and at small cost This hot-water heating plant gives healthful warmth to all rooms and requires no cellar or water pressure. Boiler serves as radiator for room in which it stands. Its surplus...

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

Tftff KXAlMN Volume 27, number 44. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1920. SUBSCWPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Bert McCoy Becomes Insane; Gives Away Flowing Oil Wells; Bvrt McCoy, a barber who had worked for Pat Williams in his shop near the Harvey House for a few days, went crazy last Fri- day night and started out with a revolver and a knife. The offic- ers were notified and Sheriff Stickley found him some time af- ter that and placed him in jail. A trial was held Saturday and McCoy was adjudged insane, A wire to Terrell was answered at once by a statement that there was a place for the man and Har- O Stickley left at once with the man to put him in that institu- tion. , McCoy was a bartender in Ca- nadian in the early days. Some twelve or fifteen years ago he went away, and came back only a few days ago from Arizona. He started his excentricities Friday by buying a $200 diamond ring from the Miller Jewelry Store. Then he purchased an old Grant Si>; automobile. That...

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

m ■ M £ lilfit Where Our Future Lies The trade territory of Canadian reaches into many counties of two states, touches farms, ranch- es and small towns that comprise the activities of a great common- wealth. In this trade territory are farms that have proven wonder- fully productive and have given competence in abundance to their owners. There are ranches that have produced hundreds of thous- ands of head of livestock for the packing plants. And from the products of the soil and the range have come towns that have prospered and become important factors in the development of the Panhandle. In the old days of mules and wagon locomotion Canadian drew trade for a hundred miles in al- most every direction. People work- ed for a wage of fifty cents a dya in many instances, and time was not valuable like it is now. A ranch could send a freight team after a load of supplies and ex- pect it back in a week. Ten miles from town was a big drive for a farmer. But the day of the automobile and tr...

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

turns the wheel again the value of highways f Our old friend, Coke Oliver, is back at his old tricks down at Sl&ton and is grinding out his "Turn of the Wheel" stuff for the S!;:1onite under his "Hec" signa- ture. Coke may change his avo- ^ cation, move his residence, and even become reconciled to a new doy to take the place of the one that died from inactivity superin- duced by a fatty degeneration of innocuous desuetude, (His latest love in fact is a frying size rooster which he is pampering and training into a future life of usefulness; he anticipates that said rooster will become the hus- band of a harem of hens and be able to lick anything in the chick- en line in the city limits.) Coke may become reconciled to prohi- bition and even accept Women's Suffrage. His mandolin may bust alJ its strings, his soul be unable to croon itself into the delightful estate of all things properly at- tuned—we suppose he snores; a man of his accomplishments who couidn't snore: well, there ai...

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

mm. % lit I m Mv-.' *K i i rrw%mAlaw* Record Protectln« the Canadian Bridge ronaHinn H.mnhill Poimtv Tmhb 1 Several times in the few months Jne constantly i Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas the pre8ent editor of th<} flf everything that TO RECORD SUBSCRIBERS The constantly increasing cost ISri, 191 I in . . Mi , t everything that goes into the1. t P i nnmifl FHitnr And I*uhlinher Rec0K* has livejl here, we have j printing of a newspaper like the fcaSST ' ThuiZdS'• M8**ed t0^ the griev0U8 comJ Record is becoming alarming Pub,Uhed Ev ry Thur^|plaints, about the abuse of the j Not only is blank oaner worth — — " -T- Canadian River Bridge by stock- five times as much as it was be- BQDScription Price, the year *2.00 men. The men who helped put. fore the war, but Uncle Sam has M— —— j over the bond issue to build the'made a substantial raise in post-' Entered at the poatoffice at Ca-.bridge l^now what a fight was ! al rates for mailing our paper. Badian, Texas, aa second class made aga...

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