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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

TELE CANADIAN RECORD •1 VOLUME 27, NUMBER 52. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YMJkM Drill in Shaller Test Well Stops at 3,309 Feet; Shale Formation LACKED TWO DEGREES OF FREEZING LAST NIGHT The drill in the Shaller well reached a depth of 3,309 feet last •Saturday, and the drill was work- ing in blue shale. The rock that the drill had been working in for .v?,vernl weeks was penetrated last yeek. The rock formation was encountered'at about 3,240 feet, and it proved to be a sixty-foot vein. The blue shale Is the same as that at Amarillo where a show- ing of oil has been found, and v. as found under practically the same formation. Mr. C. II. Shaller stated that he made an effort to interest the •Kmpii't; Oil Company in taking over the well and drilling it to a greater depth. The Empire peo 1'le object to drilling in a deep' hole with a rotary drill, and i v. ciuld not lake over .the work, j They stated that from the log of tht well...

Publication Title: Canadian Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

The American Red Cross GREAT MEXICAN BAND | COMING TO STATE FAIR j Don't fail, when you attend the State Fair of Texas, which of course |you are going to. to hear that Estado Mayor Band from Mexico City, one of the most famous musical organ- isations in the world. It consists of | jlOO pieces and is sent to tile State' I Fair of Texas by the Mexican gov | eminent. Not Dead Ones. I wns using rny seven passenger touring car rt> help n friend who was running n bus line, but who was tem- porarily short of cars. We were mak- ing certain routes and had on our windshields cards giving our places of destination. I was suddenly called from my regular route to take a counle to the minister to be married. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN; • PEACE TIME With the Soldiers FOUR ROOM HOUSE FOR Sale. Close in. W. D. Fisher. 52 TWO ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE. W. D. FISHER. 52 Tncre remalh In army hospitals throughout the country more than 2(5,- 000 soldiers still being treated for wounds received overseas. Red ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

automobile is hoisted into county 1 court as exhibit at murder trial m Kir the first time on record an automobile litis lieen moved Into a court- room as evidence. This unusual event took place recently in the Bronx coun- ty supreme court. New York city, where Ernest Fritz was on trial charged with iho murder of Mrs. Florence Coyne. Mrs. Coyne was riding In the au- tomobile Ht the time of her death. The machine had to be hoisted into a win- dow in the courthouse Rice Terraces Are World's Masterpieces ivciynuoring Republic Already At ♦ Work on Plans For This Event The State of Texas and the United States lius received a distinct compli- ment through the fact that the new Mexican government has consented to send to the State Fair of Texas for the season of 1920 the Mexican mmmm sac Thia U a photograph of the Ifugao lgorrot rice terraces, which are among the moat remarkable ef their kind In the werld. They are one ef the many Marvelous sights for the tourist to see In the Philippine Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

/ ■ , • * ' CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER <■ V-' ' ' iK 111%; Our weekly meeting Sept. 22d was called Uj order by the presi- dent with a goodly number in at- tendance. Mrs. Todd read part of the first chapter of Joshua, fol lowed by those present repeating the Lord's Prayer in unison. Roll called and several piano numbers ly Edna birr which were all en- joyed. This young girl has won- derful ability in this line and we will be pleased to hear her often. "Things that Live Forever" was the subject of an interesting ar- ticle read by Mrs:. Jeptha Todd. A most pleasing reader from wkich we quote: "No fine thot or generous impulse is ever lost. It wends its life thru countless ages continually being born anew in the lives and efforts of people. The things that make you happy make others happy. Kindness and nobility sieve thru the big world *nd as time goes on, thru dozens and dozens of worlds. Our benediction recited, we finished the work commenced the week before of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

• •••***** • • • * • WITH OUR RURAL * • • * CORRESPONDENTS * • • gV and GAGEBY Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hennington fnd their son, Ross, spent Thurs- day night at the Mayfield home. Mrs. I. J. Haralson of White Deer, Texas, arrived Monday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Beal, and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and their daughter, Miss Blanche, were Ca- nadian callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wright and their children spent Sunday at M. W. Wright's. Myrtle Lohberger and Pearl Edwards called on Mrs. John- Garner Saturday. * Mrs. Giles Willians and her daughters of Pleasant Valley and the Messrs. John Francis and Hurvel Lowrie took dinner at Mr. Bcal's Sunday. Mrs. Mayfield visited Mrs. Jones Friday. Miss Opal Hennington spent Thursday night with Miss Blanch Johnson. Mrs. Beal and her daughter, On eta, were visitors at the Car- son home Saturday. Mrs. Haraly son came home with them. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hennington spent Wednesday at the F. W. Hennington home. Mrs. Lell Dent and her son...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

ss&nqfcsm The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L, P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.0® Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1920 Our old friend, B. F. Fears, has sold his Farwell Tribune and will go to the farm. Fears has been telling his subscribers how to raise big crops, and has become so imbued with his own stuff that he is going to put it into opera- tion. Ten yejirs ago we initiated refers into the smell of printer." ink, and he has stayed with the game right well. When the im pulses come to him he can peel the hide with his pen about as keen as the best of them. Got in Bad Now, it has come to pass that while ■ meandering around the bloomin' good town of Canadian where that celebrated country weekly, the Canadian Record, is published and comes out during all turns of the moon whether it is wet or dry, that we've got in bad, over that famous shi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Walter Sherman went to Amarillo Tuesday evening. New shipment of Photo Frames at Miller's Jewelry Shop. If you need Acetylene Welding cfiiae to Albert Bernson's Garage. PERSONAL AND LOCAL New records arrive every week at Miller's Jewelry Shop. M. W. Uzzell returned Saturday from a vacation spent at Nava- sota, Texas. W. C. Bohannon, an old Wheel- er subscriber, writes to forward his Record to Tushka, Okla. We do Acetylene Welding on anything that can be welded. ! Albert Bernson's Garage. C. 0. Rowe and his family started overland Thursday for Palestine, Texas, on a visit of two weeks. Men's Shoes of the greatest variety and best quality, with the most reasonable prices are found at Amnions & Uzzell. For a limited time we will con- tinue to give a 20 per cent re- duction on our ladies' Low Shoes. Everybody's. E. S. Humphrey has moved into his new home built by the Cana- dian Improvement Company in Central Park Addition. jpC. R. Nolen went to Oklahoma *ity ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

|k«p ■■ mmti Mm ■ •: 1§ ii & •ftmctiiing Profoundly Disquieting In Was It a hug like the "flu" germ ? Had tho Constant Repetition of Word Which Seems to Convey Such a Sinister Meaning. By FRANK COMERFORD. 1 met a young American major Just back from the French front. I had known lilm for many years. Before the United Slulcs entered the war he was one of the many Imputlent at our delay. He believed that it was our duty to Join the fight when the ruth- less submarine campaign torpedoed the Lusitanla, sending to cold, wet graves American women and children. I distinctly remember bis face as he read the headlines In the papers tell- ing of the murderous slaughter of Americans on the high seas. Now when he greeted me he startled me with his first words, "The war Is over. I'm a bolshevik." I did not know what the word meant, yet It carried to my mind an impression, and while the Im- pression was hazy, it was clear at least In one particular. It sounded like the confession of a crime. H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

r > mmzw® # CROSS GREAT MOTHER EWORLD fc The "Greatest Mother" concept which was visualized In the (anions art poster used by the American Red Cross !n its second war fund campaign has had Its symbolism adapted to the Red Cross works of the post-war era and will illuminate the main poster to be used In the Fourth Roll Call Novem her 11-25. This adaptation will bear the title "Still the Greatest Mother it the World." Everyone is familiar with the original "The Greatest Mother li tlx World," the effectiveness of which has been shown in part by the fact that It has furnished a synonym for Red Cross that has come to almost * bouaehold term. More than any other symbol, except the red cross itself, tht public bas made It the trademark of the American Red Cross. NEW DISASTER RELIEF PLAN CMKInuanco of Heavy Work Abroad Doomed Necessary to Protect United 8tate«—$21,000,000 Leas Than Last Year. A program of relief and service to- ward which appropriations of $48,- 200,000 have been made li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

;7.". Poster Tells Dramatic Story This picture, painted especially for the Near East ReKef by M. Leone .Rracker, vividly portrays what words fall to express—the horrible suffering the women and children of Armenia and adjacent countries. Peace has Messed Europe and America for more than a year but In Western Asia con- ditions more frightful than any war time experiences of the martyred popu- lous of Belgium and France still exist. Thousands of women and children •scaped massacre by the Turkish soldiers only to face the terrible agonies of death by starvation. At the present time it Is estimated that 1,250,000 adult® and fully 2f 0,000 orphaned children are completely destitute and Id Imminent danger of death by starvation and exposure. The Near East Relief, 1 Madison Avenue, New York, Is at present the «ffl)y organisation giving aid to these suffering people and lack of funds still SB-events the reaching of more than a small part of the stricken people. a worn, soiiea amrorm, some l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

AUTOMOBILE SUPPUES CHICAGO FACTORY WITH CURRENT FOR LIGHTING AND POWER section of the big exposition. The plans for this event include the entry of fifteen pens of six fe males each. These will be brought COliC ON SISTER A COUPLE MORE * $ When the electric power <>f a Chicago manufacturing concern fails there will be no let up In the work as a result of a twelve-day experiment recently completed. George Davis, president of the company, set his automobile up on a platforpi, substituted pulleys on the rear axle shafts for the wheels and connected these pulleys to the factory power shaft. But the belts slipped and the auto wheels and tires were replaced. The car then ran a 220-volt generator 24 hours a day for 12 days, supplying the factory with current for ! light and power without any curtailment in the plant's output. Into the department, the opening day of the Fair, October 9, and placed in pens particularly assigned. They will then lie placed under lock and key. the pens to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 30 September 1920

v; 11 SALE In order to reduce our enormous stock of merchandise we are going to give our friends and customers something that will be a real saving to all. A Big Round DOLLAR' ORTH The Spirit of the First PI|mB / To serve—first of all, to serve To give our friends and de- positors every service consist- ent with modern banking. We are going to push this sale, and our stock is jam-up, is com- plete now; and as the old saying goes, "The early bird gets the wcirm." So our advice to you is, come in early and get your choice while the picking is good. We know that you will not go a- way f r4m this sale i^Mi^Boading your car. BETTER COME EARLY Winter is almost here and you are going to have to buy your heavy clothes. We have them, and in these high times just think what it means to SAVE ONE DOLLAR on EVERY FIVE you buy at our store, for our regular prices are lower than you will find elsewhere. It is worth your time and trouble aHbome'and see our stock. J)oii1| Forget the Date f! I low MA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

r r Till] CAJNAIMAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR C. C. C. Disposes of Many Important Items at Meeting Tuesday There was a large attendance a1 the Chamber of Commerce mating Tuesday night, and many ifw-ters of importance were con- sidered. Progress on the proposed new .ward school building was report- / eti, arid this enterprise will be /promoted this winter. Road matters were discussed, snd the reports of progress on building roads were satisfactory. It is the intention of the county court to put road machinery on the Abo Pass road from the D-C- D io the Roberts County line in a short time, also to start work on the new road from Canadian to | Lipscomb County by way of Dry Creek, also on the Abo Pass High- way. in a short time. These two stretches of bad road are reported I as the worst places along the |highway from Abo Pass to Kan-1 ysas City. As this is a new high- way just opened this county...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

•III* H ,1, ■V MEET THE DE VEYRA FAMILY! n* Arc Patting the Philippines on the Map n Washington Hon. Jaime C. de Veyra, Who Ha. Ju.t MfS- Ja,me C de Veyra She U Do,n« Been Re-elected as Philippine Important Work for Her Peo- Commiesioner to the U. 8. pie in America. ***■? wisps in tlie broom. As tne nights are short In May the witch gives up the task In despair, knowing she could never finish her Job before sunrise. The night of May 23 Is a great night for the Roman people; they gather In the fields outside St. John Lateran, eat snails, dance, sing and throw flow- ers at each other. Z4' An odd modern note Is given by an enormous merry-go-round, opposite the ancient church ded^ated to St John. Its wooden horses go round and round to American ragtime*, fox trots and bunny-hugs. It Is a mixture <>f old and new worthy of that extraordinary city, where all the centuries get jum- bled up together and make friends In n way you might search the world for and not find elsewhere. The Sl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

'sr CHANGESJN SPMN Nation Has Formed Liking for Outdoor Sports. V j) / % es tiou can nave such a phonograph Let us show you a Certificate of Authen- ticity which Madeleine Mac Guigan Soko- loff has signed. This is the outstanding fact, which comes to you out of the memorable tone test recital given Friday evening, September 10th, at the Methodist Church. A new era in music is here. Mr. Edison has lifted the phonograph to the dignity of.-a new art. You can no longer be satisfied with a pho- nograph that imitates. Now, you want a phonograph that equals the human voice. You know there is such a phonograph. Mr. Edison made an astounding test with the Official Laboratory Model of The New Edison to prove it. Canadian heard the New Edison Re-Create Madeleine Mac Guigan Sokoloff's violin with her performance on the instrument. So realistic was the New Edison's performance that no one in the entire audience could distinguish it from Mrs. Sokoloff's instru- ment. mMmA You yourself can have su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas eJF* 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, OCTOBER 14, 1920 The law passed by the called session of the legislature extend- ing the poll tax payment time until Oct. 22d for 1020 is un- doubtedly unconstitutional, but fis there is nobody hurt by thq extension of the time and every- body wants the women of Texas to vote just as the women of other states will, nobody cares whether it is constitutional or not. The remark was heard several times last week by visitors to the fair at Shamrock: "Why can't Hemphill County have a fair like thiB at Canadian? It's sure a big thing and a royal treat to both "town people and farmers to have a fair and a fair carnival once a year." Our farmers have to go to other towns to enter their prod- ucts in county fairs. Hemphill County raises wonderful crops. Oth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

Wm f PERSONAL AND LOCAL 23c will buy a yard of Gingham at Everybody's. Alfalfa hay for sale. Tom Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. We do Acetylene Welding on anything that can be welded. Albert Bernson's Garage. M. E. Askey had sale bills printed for a sale next Tuesday. See his ad in this paper. PERSONAL AND LOCAL 79c will buy a dress at Every- body's. E. L. Nims made a trip to Kan- sas City last week. The future of your children is worth a vote for better schools. If you need Acetylene Welding come to Albert Bernson's Garage. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holt of Dal- las are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geisler and they will probably locate in thi^ city. ' A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Newell on Wednesday last week. You should take advantage of the specials at Everybody's Saturday and Monday. Something especially nice in the way of a cake: Cream cakes' made on the order of a pound cake. We recommend this cake very highly. Studer's Bakery. The Record has been requested to cal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

ra§S* mmmmm l-V Ln SH w WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. FOR RENT—Two light house keeping rooms. Mrs. Grover Con nell. FOR RENT — One furnished housekeeping room. Call Tele phone 858. BUICK FOUR for sale. In fine shape. 8400; worth 8800. Joe Getzwiller. 2p r CLOSING OUT MOODY LOTS. &e me at once to get a choice lo- cation at a low price. Chas. H. Tipps. CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE. 75x 150, opposite old hospital. Best view in town. Bargain if sold at once. Will give terms. Joe Getz- willer. 2p GOOD MILK COW FOR SALE. Gives 3 gallons per day. 8125 on time. C. O. James 3pd LOST—Two keys on chain. Key( ring with Home Insurance Com- pany tag. Finder please return to Miss Trowbridge at C. W. L. & P. Co. office. ' FOUR ROOM HOUSE FOR Sale. Close in. W. D. Fisher. 52 TWO ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE. W. D. FISHER. 52 MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE for sale. Well located. 100-foot front. See E. Clark at Panhandle Lumber Yard. FOR SALE—Good King piano. Price 8265. Mrs. Sallie James. 51 FURNISHED ROOMS fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

■J, W. C. T. U. COLUMN By Their Own Reporter Our weekly meeting Oct. 6th was called to order by the presi- dent with several members in at- tendance. Mrs. Geyer read the 21st chapter of Job and voiced a •pent prayer. Roll called, Mrs. iensori acting secretary. MrA John Jones and Mrs. N. P. Willis were engaged in selling tickets for the lyceum number. Some reports heard, and bus- iness talked over. We finally de- cided that a new roof had to be put on our building, which has leaked for some time. We dread the expense, but in order to avoid a greater one we concluded that this was our only alternative. Our benediction repeated we took up our sewing which was mentioned last week. We hope as many of g&ur women as can possibly do so will come out Wednesday after- noons and help this work along. Will again state that we will be pleased to receive material for aprons from our friends. Mesdames N. P. Willis and L. A. McAdams left last week for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they will spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 October 1920

Ill r <jO, v.;- *,. . -* ■*■ • v \ - *V / COMFORTABLE MOTOR CAR OUTFIT .' :-.i - - *• ,, •- ■■' ■'.• •*:.<, -*'. c aannis 6 swidq should be nent silently anout two Inches from the end. The tool will nave to be Ioiik enough to pass through the steering knuckle and leave an inch or two sticking out, on which to lu-'ia- aier. HAIRPIN USED FOR LOCK ON AUTOMOBILE Two Collar Buttons Are Used as _ Binding Posts. l i\ Alan Foster. Mrs. Foster, and the little Fosters, have shown Washing- Ion perhiips the most complete and comfy motor car camping outfit which ever toured through the national capital. The Fosters live In Dallas, Tex., and spent three weeks coming to Washington by way of Kansas City, St. Louis and Olnclnnatl. They expert to reach Yellowstone park by closing time in Sep- tember via Niagara Falls, Chicago, Portland, Ore., and Los Angeles. Their previous louring experience, which has been extensive, has been In Mexico. Kitchen utensils which telescope Into the largest one, a...

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