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

m The MAN NOBODY I KNEW Holworthy Hall Oopyrlgbt by Dodd. Mead A Company. CONTINUED. CHAPTER XIV. As Dr. Durant, having already given counsel this morning to seven piitients, appeared wt the door of the ante-room to signal to the eight, he was pal- pably astonished at the presence of the young man who sat next to the door. The Doctor was very human; the Doctor was very adaptable; but for thirty years he had managed to keep the social and professional phases of his life entirely apart, and at the very first glance he was aware that Ilil- llard hadn't come to consult with him professionally. Nevertheless, he raised his finger In the usual sign; HllUard followed hlra to the Inner room. It was Milliard's Introduction to the Doctor's morning manner; and even In his own exalted spirit, he yielded slightly to the restraint In the at- mosphere. The Doctor was bland, smil- ing, approachable, and yet not at all the same man as he appeared at the honse on James street. He seemed de- tached fro...

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

Ei r;' Bit Pi'./ Bfe Goodnight Buffaloes Recall the | B. Y. P. U. Program Early Days on the Plains Bible Study Meeting. Solomon— a Wise King Who Did Foolish Clarendon July 25.—Recen\ Things. pictures of the herd of buffoloes Scripture lesson: I. King 2: on the JA ranch in the photograv- 1-4; Eccl. 12. Fort Worth! Leader: M.ss Trowbridge. Introduction by leader. How Solomon became King, and ure section of the Record recalled to the minds of a number of early settlers the story Doll, o[ the development of the Pen- ®"lomon ^ the Throne; Paul handle section and the founding Br°v,rn- of this town. The story reads like ®°.me . Samples of Solomon s the travels of Daniel Boone an W"?• Simmons. founding Kentucky. It was the Building the Temple. Sylvia old, old story of westward the course of the empire takes its way. * So far as is known, or could be obtained, the first settlement in the Panhandle was at Mobeetie in Solomon's Folly: Collins Holt. Closing observations by leader. Thanking the ...

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

VpVV-'9' I AM IN THE MARKET f: * 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 Wmm Hats Suits hkoh " An Establishment of Quality " % FRIDAY MARGUERITE _ W Widow By Proxy* '® JI&aramounkfMeraft Qhcturs % Marguerite m I PERSONAL AND L0CAL Bonnie B. Hair Kets at: Every- body's. Alfalfa hay for sale. Thos. Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. George Gerlach is in Fort Worth this week on business. White Shoes and Slippers at 20 per cent discount. Everybody's. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thornbury left this week for California to spend a month's vacation. Saturday and all next week we are going to offer some real bar- gains. Gerlach's Variety Store. Have you seen the New Model Willys-Knight? Call and ask for a demonstration. George B. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knollen- berg arrived ho...

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

f F II- m. ■■' m WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GAGEBY Pat Wright spent Sunday with Madge McGuire. Miss Blanche Johnson visited Urilh her sister, Mrs. W. A. Hen- gtngton from Wednesday until Saturday. A large number of the Gageby people attended the services at Dixon Sunday morning and eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Ritchie of Hale Center and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dent and their son left Monday for Arkansas, where they will vis- it their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L T. Dent. Mr. Barker left Tuesday for Wellington. Mrs. Beal and her daughter and Mrs. Van Sickle and her children accompanied him and will spend a few days visit- ing relatives and friends. Gus Brock spent Thursday night with his aunt, Mrs. Beal. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hennington made a trip to Canadian Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hennington spent Saturday night at Jim Steen's. Mrs. Manning spent Saturday night with Mrs. Beal. Miss Willie Owens came in Thursday for a visit of a few wim MM Firslgrincityisfll^ Engines need oiL Radiators n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 August 1920

!mm mm I* li h If *4 BLUE RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook and Clara left Wednesday for South- ern Texas where they will visit a few weeks with relatives and friends. The Misses Esther Thierstein and Carrie McFatter called on Mis^Mae Shannon Thursday af- tr-rnflHi. Velma Ramp entertained a num- ber of her little friends Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sanders and their boys and Mrs. I. F. Fish left Friday for the Plains to visit with relatives. C. R. Cook and his boys, and Otis Cook and Leslie King are helping put up hay at the Hop- kins ranch this week. F. L. Smith left Monday for Pennsylvania. Miss Alma Morris visited Miss Leby King Thursday afternoon. W&s Amelia Cook left Sunday for Follett, Texas, to visit for a few days with her sister, Mrs. E. G. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tipps were Sunday guests at the Bridwell home. Ora Morris helped H. M. Ramp brand cattle Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. T. M. Day visited Mrs. Lon Tipps Wednesday. A number of Blue Ridge younrf people e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 5 August 1920

Spend your evenings out of doors. K at the corner of First and Main Streets. Good singing and preaching—home tal- ent. f' ? ' Meetings led by Pastor E. D. Morgan. 7.30 p. m. August 8 to 22 CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS the Family Funds BY THEIR OWN REPORTER1*4™; J- T Jaekson Run Low? On July 28th we held a Moth- ers Meeting that was delightful in every detail. An ideal day, a There is much food for thot in the subjects' nam6d above. Large Barn Destroyed by Fire The large barn on the J. E. large number of members and George Ranch seven miles east guests, an excellent program, and Qf town was destroyed by fire tempting refreshments. All com- bined to make it such. Mrs. Mc- Mordie prepared the program, but was indisposed and unable to be present. Mrs. Newman presid- ed for the first time since our last Thursday night, the fire being discovered about 10 p. m. The George boys and several others were sleeping at the house, but when they were awakened the fire had too much headway to March mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 43. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR =5 Chamber Commerce Met Tuesday Night in Enthusiastic Session N. up: tht C "he Canadian Chamber of Com- <n- rce met in regular session Tuesday night, and a very inter- esting and enthusiastic meeting was held. After disposing of iu: tine business the chamber took m a number of propositions for the welfare of the city. Secretary W. A. Palmer was in- su acted to take up with the city and county officials the proposi- tion of removing the refuse that has' been dumped on the D-C-D highway between the tourist park and the Canadian River bridge, ■ai. to urge that the matter be ■attended to at once. 5'he Chamber of Commerce ac- : "ed an assessment of $500 as Canadian's quota for the mainte- m.r.ee of the D-C-D highway for ' ii■ coming- year. \V. A. Palmer, Willis, and A. H. Holt were in ted as a committee to raise funds. W. Sanders, D. J. Young, J. aider, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

lilt mm&l m ! • •••••**•• * • • • WITH OUR RURAL * • * • CORRESPONDENTS * • * GEM (Too late for last week) Mrs. Glen Hopkins and Mrs. Harlan Hopkins and her children end her guests, the Misses Kraig And Trammell, went to Cheyenne Saturday. Mrs. E. P. Buekner went to Canadian Friday. The Misses Stella Hext, Mabel Alexander and Agnes Berends Visited in Canadian Tuesday and Wednesday. The Messrs. Parrott and Rob- inson transferred their children into this school district Saturday. Mrs. Wright of Canadian visit- ed her sister, Mrs. Tom Hext and Mr. Hext and other friends the first of the week. ( J. T. Brodie is visiting his nncle, L. L. Paul at this place. W. C. Barber was a business Visitor in Cheyenne Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Park is visiting Mrs. Brockman in Amarillo. Mrs. J. T. Reed returned Sun- day from Pampa where she spent the past week. Lindsey Moore was transacting business in Canadian Tuesday. FOR TORPID LIVER Tennessee Lumberman Talks of His Successful Use of Black-Draught f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

H^re is One Man Who is 'tally Entitled to a Pardon he Record has taken a decided st;.nd against the indiscriminate " of the pardoning power. But v.'- will have to take oft' our hat to Governor Hobby for issuing ^ pardon. A man, Uncle Bill Edwards, w~H sent to the Texas peniten- tiary ten years ago from Eastland County for killing one A. G. Hod- g't'rs. His term was thirty-six years. But it seems that the state didn't want Bill Edwards in the P''. He was several times offered a pardon, but he refused it, say- i' that he would serve time un- t he came to a feeling that he had properly atoned for his crime, '—•■ink of a nian like that! Kecently he became wealthy as •h- result of the discovery of oil W his 320-acre farm in Callahan C nty. He asked Governor Hob- by for a pardon as a birthday X'.:*., making his request as fol- io v, s: 1 feel in my mind, conscience ar.n heart that I have paid the IK-Malty of my crime." Edwards was seventy years old Ju:y 19th, He received the par- do.:.,. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

ISf K * r 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, AUGUST 12, 1920 When you meet tourists on the Street or when they enter your place of business tell them about the Canadian tourist park north of the postoffice. The tourists Will appreciate it, and you'll be doing a good deed for Canadian. The Miami Chief last week entered on Volume 22. The Chief la one of the pioneer papers in the Panhandle and Friend Wag- goner is enjoying Panhandle 1920 prosperity. "Wagg" has been( smoking the pipe of peace as guardian angel of the Chief for seven years, and here's hoping for another seven good years for him. The spirit of kill is still very Strong on the South Plains. At Tahoka Monday last week a man asked another man for four dollars that he owed him and the other flew into a passion and cut? the f st m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Boys' School Shirts and Waists at Everybody's. Hez Wood made a business trip Mrs. T. A. Atkinson spent last to Wichita, Kansas, the first of .week in Amarillo, the guest of PERSONAL AND LOCAL Boys School Suits priced right at Everybody's. the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Humphrey were in Kichita, Kansas, on busi- ness the first of the week. Call and look over our new Fall Coats for ladies. Notice the show- ing in the window. The B. M. B. L. P. Loomis is attending the Republican state convention at Dallas this week as delegate from Hemphill County. Mrs. W. W. Owens' and her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Waterfield, aQved in Canadian Tuesday from a visit to Kansas City. A marriage license was issued in Canadian August 3d to Wm. C. Riggs and Mrs. Maud V. Hal- ley, both of Woodward, Okla. They were married by Judge W. I), Fisher. Mrs. E. P. Kile. PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL The new blocks in Fall Hats at Everybody's can please you in Everybody's. Boys' Suits Miss Nettie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

Sift §e m The Man Nobody Knew (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) pale Hps. "Only one of the photo- graphs Is to keep," he said thickly. "One of (he two . . . I'm giving you the chance to say which It Is . . . which one of the two you want to live ... If you want either of those men to (to on loving you ... or If you want thetn both to go away—for always I" In her eyes, there was another mira- cle ; her eyes were soft, and indicative of a great relief, rather than of a great shock; and as ha watched, spellbound, he saw that tears were creeping Into them, and not of sorrow but of great Joy. In that moment his most stupefy- ing discovery was made, and the mag- nitude of It, the portent of It, set his brain at naught, and left him destitute of reason. "Carol!" he said, petrified. "Carol!" Mute, she shook her head. Looking him full In the eyes, she flinched sud- denly, and a great sob burst In her throat The photograph of Dicky Mor- gan was In her hand; she held It a moment, trembling, and then, wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

Car Collides With Train at Pampa j The east bound passenger train ( Saturday afternoon struck a Ford j &t Pampa and demolished the car. I The car was occupied by S. M. McKay, his wife and three daugh-i ters of Goodnight, formerly of Mobeetie. Mrs. McKay suffered a brfl^n collar bone, and her hus-! band was seriously injured in one foot. All of the occupants of the car were more or less badly bruis- ed and cut. It. seems that the car ran up! on the track ahead of the train right at the depot and the engine, was killed. The engineer set the brakes on his engine but was too close to keep from hitting the car.! lie jumped from his engine when! the brakes were set and was the first to reach the injured passen-l gers who were in the Ford. i Destructive Blaze at Liberal The most destructive fire in the history of Liberal occurred Fri- day night when flames wiped out the Southwestern Hardware Com- pany, the Southwest Motor Sales Company, and the Liberal Auto Company garage. The blaze wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 12 August 1920

V li * ■zdii time. CANADIAN Chautauqua August 27-3 i * PROPHESY OF THE PRESENT UNREST " A sound discussion of Economic, Social 1 and Industrial Conditions by HON. LESLIE WILLIS SPRAGUE r of New York City HON. LESLIE WILLIS SPKAOUE. ; ANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS J. F. Johnson, Mrs. A. M. New- BY THEIR OWN REPORTER ^ "** ■. Mr. Sprague who is to speak on the i back of the present high prices, and Mbjoet "The Prophecy of the Present the various conditions that have r - Cfitreat," is one of (he most profoundj suited from these prices, and will want Skinkers and students of economic and industrial problems. to bear a business lecture by one wha ranks as an authority. Mr. Sprague lCverybody is interested In the causes > Is an eloquent platform orator. Mr. Sprague is an authority on business conditions and on the economics underlying the principle of kigh prices, supply and demand, the labor situa- tion and the many kindred questions that are of tremendous importance today. Mr. Sprague lec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 46. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEA* Drill Penetrates Boul- der; Now Drilling Old Formations in The drill of the Fort Worth- Canadian Oil Company drilled thru the supposed cap rock this week and dropped back into the formation of shale, limestone and gffiibo. Last week the drill had gone from the shale, limestone and gumbo formation into a very hard rock, and after going eight- een inches into the rock it was taken by the drillers for a cap rock above an oil sand, but six inches farther the drill was thru the rock and back into the old formation, which proves that the rock was nothing but a boulder. Tuesday morning when the drill1 started the well was 3,209 feet. Kaiiey'g Record as a Democrat and His Record as a Patriot SHRINE CEREMONIAL SEPT. 2 Canadian Shriners and Novices have received word that Khiva Shrine ceremonial will be cele- brated in Amarillo September 2d. Imperial Potentate No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

«'<'< •.f.p- ***\ *, XI ** * ' ft Sf ili*' i ■w. j -f- * *%, •••".* • ■ ■ * ■■ s*. f, a,.' ,. HSf* Ml ji ■&.n.* &:i: Mj M' I I^V" v K&fjSjfe w J? f'V , 0t ■ s ill I •'t' ■ v 8'". ®«il ■ ■ ■ v 1 ♦ .MK r K «>" ; '' IpMp;a Culberteon of Wichita Falls Heads Republi- can Ticket 19 Texas Commissioner of land office: Joe Kingsbury, Fort Worth. i Commissioner of agriculture: Virgil A. Smith, Kennedy, Carnes County. Railroad Commissioner. O. H. Baum, El Paso. Superintendent of public in- Lindsey, Pallas, Aug. {2.—John' || C$f btrt.cn. well kiw#ri t «Ss man i^SSTTKit A. Pi Wichita Falls, was nominated ^ Winn#boro. Itot governor by tW TkepubHcan , Associate justice \l t.\ 4 'St* i Sl'.f.ut. J'" A i i * ■" State convention here Tuesday ttight.*"The "nomination was report- Which, irman, T. J. Davenport aotiaa before Dodge Brothers Have Built Five I District Court is adjourned this Hundred Thousand Motor Cars week whi,e depositions are being • secured in one of the cases. - O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

* ■ ::ilf ; -f<! i I (•ill ftr V.J-J3! OiT WeBTs Bret in Twenty-Five Mites From Memphis Friday Oil was-struck in the Virginia- Texas well near Memphis at 10 o'clock Friday night, August 13th, a! a depth of 2,040 feet. This well is located south of River near Ox-Bow, 25 miles southwest of Memphis. J'. J. Fitz- geiaJdii driller in charge of the weBl, aays that the sand was found after drilling thru a cap rock of forty feet of very hard gre.y lime. He expressed the opin- ion that the drill had barely^pen- etrated the sand. He said that gas >vas noticed some time before the : and was found. The editor of this paper was with the first party from Mem- phis to reach the well after the find was reported. The slush bucket was covered with oil and oil had run oft and was standing in small pools in the drain to the sluah pit for a distance of several hundred feet. Sample bottles of the oil were secured and brot to town. The strike agrees with the pre- diction of the geologist who lo- cat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

SMiS* 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 postofflce at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ■All matter * ,/ . THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1020 Irwin states that the appropri- ation of the modern business firm for advertising is three per cent Of their gross sales. Some mer- chants need to sharpen their pen- cils or make better use of their fcdding machines. * There were one or two errors in Bie Republican official ticket as placed in the Record last week by the Hemphill County Repub- lican Club, and the ticket ap- pears this week as corrected. In commissioner district No. 2 B. M. Hill is the nominee, in No. 3 Maron Smith is the nominee, and in No. 4 Minor Carson is the nominee. A Marlin farmer sold a cow- hide weighing fifty-one pounds on the market for $4.16, and then ordered- a pair of shoes sent to his house. The bill that went along with the shoes was $18.80. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL MILK COW for sale. A fine cow. Calf 5 months old. J. W. Allen. Panhandle played ball in Ca- nadian Sunday, winning the game lpa score of 9 to 7. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Rain fell at Canadian Tuesday morning to the amount of .15 of an inch. Our Sunshine Coats and Suits are arriving. Call and see some- thing new and snappy. Every- body's. Mrs. Jamie Spiller will begin q class in piano Sept. 6th. Terms $5.00 per month. Phone '41 or 10. If you want to see something new and pretty call and look over our new S. L. &. G. Dresses. Everybody's. j S. L. Adamson and Miss Pearl McCoy of Spearman secured a marriage license in Canadian Wednesday. PERSONAL AND LOCAL P. P. Bates writes from Cor- vallis, Ore., to send the Record to him at that place. Judge and Mrs. W. D. Fisher and their daughters are in Colo- rado vacationing for a few weeks. Among the new arrivals at Everybody's are S. U & G. Dress- es, Sunshine Coats and Suits and new fall Shoes. / Chas. ! i * i ! f 2 I Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 19 August 1920

T* T * ^ 22 a8 tm. v.: ttWVSMnl ■ Dumps are usually notlceablfcdue "I avih AA'H lA'AVc. AUTOMOBILES NOW HAUL TROLLEY CARS . ■ ■ engine hood every to often d [ ami listen carefully. A little prf tw wll enable you to detect trdi -tSi H9S olograph shows an automobile put to a new i Apeldoonr, Holland. The car has been converted Into a "locomotive" for the .purpose of hauling one, twq, mop trolleys through the iclty^ avenues. otlsly iiorsedrawn.and many of the-townsfolk pre- The trolleys were prevl ferred walking to riding.^ T^diyr,, tha trainsare well flilqd during business iiours. i KNOCKS 0 ENGINE On® Sf tbe most deliciate problems [Is that of distinguishing between and J locating various engine knocks, While 'there are numerous "listening* device® on th#fi| )rket,^iin^«ipe ls,^usuaM 111 enable yo eveteps Into #ri* rouDie. * |ew or tn tening to knocks, the more expert will one become In finding them and telllnlg what Is loose. Each faulty motor part tJaff aHlffefiSftrknock; whlehcbih...

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