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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

AN END TO HIGH PRICES! We have just returned from market and the result of our trip has convinced us that the above headline is strictly true—THE END HAS COME TO HIGH PRICES. We bought new, fresh, desirable goods at unbelievably low prices, and we now offer you the benefit of these startling reductions in a real "END TO HIGH PRICES" sale. You all know we have been featuring under-priced goods for some time—fol- lowing the trend of the market regardless of what these goods originally cost us. Now the real break has come and we are ready with a host of saving op- portunities that are too convincing to pass by. The full stock goes in. Come and get yours, but arrange to pay us cash. Sale begins Monday, Nov. 22 and lasts full 15 days, Closing Wednesday, December 9th Our Customers have been very loyal to this store. We now ask permission to repay the compliment in this sale. We need every dollar we can get to pay our bills and must ask you to pay us the money. Read our sale prices: HART S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 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 postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. v THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1920 It has often been said by those who follow legal procedure that justice would be meted out more equitably if the right of jury J were denied in criminal cases;; and after following Texas juries a few years this conclusion can hardly be denied. At least tne j power of fixing the penalty fol' a crime should be taken away from juries. A jury can say whether or not the accused is guilty but should not be allowed to fix the punishment. We may be r trifle severe in criticising Dallas Juries, but they j are queer dispensers of justice.1 Last week a man was placed on trial for murdering his wife. He plead guilty and threw him- self on the mercy of the court. The horror of his crime was so revolting that his counsel recom- mended that he plead g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL J. T. Wiseley and his family of Arizona are recent arrivals in Canadian, Mr. Wiseley being a Santa Fe employe. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Jos. C. Parks was called to Miami Saturday by the death i of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Har- lah. The funeral was held in Mi- ami that day. F. R. Jamison of Amarillo was in Canadian last Thursday. Frank had been in Miami delivering an Armistice Day address before the American Legion post of Roberts County. Who said Ouija Board? We have them. MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP GIFTS THAT LAST Mr. and Mrs. Roy Preston are looking for a name for a daughter who arrived at their home on Nov. 13th. We will close at 9 a. m. Thurs- day (Thanksgiving) November 25th. Make your purchases ac cordingly. Studer's Market. Dennis Furlong left Canadian Monday morning for California, where he will join Mrs. Furlong, who preceded him several weeks. Dennis will probably make his home at some place along the Pa- cific Coast. PERSONAL AND LOCAL 'The Touch Divine" Friday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

lit f- : .. ;• v.i m U ;(gj m §fc PLEASANT VALLEY Miss Hazel Reed visited with Mrs. Ralph Ruby last week. Andrew Markham returned home from Panhandle where he spent the summer. Messrs. Wren and Marklin and their families of the Zybach com- munity called at the Richardson home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Brewer, Miss Lucy Markham and their niece took dinner with Mrs. G. W. Williams Sunday. Chas. Teas and his family antj Miss Poteet attended preaching services at Gageby Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Markham called at Mr. Paulk's Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Wilson and their son of Osage City, Mo., are visiting at the home of their son Mat Wilson. Mrs. Scott Helton and Virgil visited at J. M. Ponder's Saturday night and Sunday. Our sale goes on. We can't quit. The heavy demand for our bar- gains forces us to continue our Great Cash Raising Sale instead of closing this week. Call on us for bargains. Our counters are still full. Ammons & Uzzell. Vapor Bath In Each Hcuse. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

y? THIRD TEXAS NATIONAL EGG CLUB BOYS GO TO ENGLAND LAYING CONTEST CLOSED j The extension service of the Agricultural and Mechanical Col- lege of Texas has scored one of the greatest victories in the ag- ricultural history of the state, remarked T. 0. Walton, director of Extension Service, upon read- ing the telegram from W. B. Cook announcing that the Texas Club Boys Stock Judging Team had been declared the victors in the contest at the Southeastern fair in Atlanta, Ga„ the prize being a free trip for the winning team to the Royal Livestock Show in Lon- tfon, England, next June. The Texas team scored 3,110 points against '2,965 for the Miss- issippi team which came second, The winning team is composed of Gibert Wei ting of Falls County, Jack Turner of Hill County, and Alva Debnam of La mesa, Texas. This means that the team, one state official and one Washington official will be given a free trip to the Royal Livestock show in England next June. This closes an itinerary of over thre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

KJHM "XJ^-C • ^ Vr - We Can't Quit Our Big Cash Raising Sale Goes On The heavy demand from the public for further opportunities to take advantage of our ig Price Reductions has forced us to continue the Low Price Sale. We are carrying on! Heavy Price Reductions Named in Out Kg Circulars Continue! if: ) liMBtothis Q(Ecasic>n tclfexpress Qij^ buviM euyife ftfyr making this sale a wonderful $ueeess and^ fe in^ell^ur further patronage Sale Prices opportunity for the a We have a magnificent stock of Men's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes Notions and Furnishings and all thrown open to the public at won- derfully low prices. This is your opportunity to take big bargains from a real city stock. Come! Hurry! Remember our sale prices! CANADIAN, TEXAS ^1111 m liiMBj i fes

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

Ralph A. Scott, all residents of!and mortgage. That on or about the State of California, but their the 11th day of July, 1917, said residence in said state being un-. note was fully paid off and dis- known, by making publication of | charged according to its tenor this Citation once in each week! reading and effect and on o* for four successive weeks pre- j about said date said above named vious to the return day hereof, in defendants joined in the execu- some newspaper published in , tion of a release of the mortgage your County, if there be a news- lcin on said land, which is of> paper published therein, but if!record in Book 9, at page 628, _ not, then in any newspaper pub- Deed of Trust Records of Hemp- cra/.iest" about motor- lished in the 31st Judicial Dis- hill County, Texas, but the wo- trict, but if there be no newspa-1 men defendants above named per published in said Judicial were not joined by their husbands New York state averages one motor- truck to each 8.8 farms. *...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 18 November 1920

'• ••<!«&*!£ *Of* ■SW- Every Changeable Needle Record Ever Made Can be Played on The NEW EDISON CARUSO and Ciccoloni; MacCormack tind Chalmers; Kreialer and Spaulding —any of the world's best-loved musi- cians, no matter on what make of discs New Edison Chippendale Model With needle equipment $307 Without Needle Equipment $295 their art is recorded, can be played on the New Edison. You be the judge oi' how much they are improved. Hear this test yourself. The NEW EDISON DOES Play All Records It not only reproduces every record better than you ever dreamed it could be played, but— It possesses an exclusive feature, Thomas A. Edison's RE-CREATION of music that made possible those fa- mous Direct-Comparison Tests at which 4,000 audiences have been una- ble to detect the difference between the real voice of the artist and the same voice as reproduced—Re-Created—on the NEW EDISON. You are cordially invited to examine the NEW EDISON at any time. Of course an examination will put you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

VOLUME 28, NUMBER 8. REPORTED ON THE OIL SAND I f THE CANADIAN CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920. •C HEYENNE WELL SHUT DOWN YOUNG FARMER SHOT IN The oil test well near Cheyenne was -topped last week at a depth of about 1,800 feet, and the state inspector ordered the rotary rig taken off and a standard rig put on. The well is now at a standstill ■ a Standard rig and more casing are secured. Sand was in- dicated several days ago and the inspector was called for. He would not let the well go more than a foot or two at a time with- out making an inspection before the drill could continue. Saturday when it appeared that an oil sand had been reached and the slush bucket showed up with rainbow colors he ordered the drill stopped and a change of rigs made. REPUBLICANS CAN HOLD PRIMARIES IN TEXAS The Dallas News': San Antonio, Nov. 24.—The Republican party in Texas, thru the campaign for the governor- ship made by John G. Culbertson, Wichita Falls truck manufactur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. W. D. Fisher is ill thi: week of tonsilitis. The Nims Motor Company sold • Dodge sedan to H. S. Wilbur last week. Mrs. Ernest Kingston and her baby of Kansas City, Mo., are in Canadian visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Killebrew. Mrs. Kingston was on the train that was wrecked near Kiowa, Kansas, last week. at See the new Pollycrome goods t MILLER'S JEWELRY SHOP GIFTS THAT LAST PERSONAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL AND LOCAL 25% Discount on all Blankets Wheeler Is shipping turkeys to at the Fair Store. .the New York market. The Canadian Shriners were in k. E. Krauth of the Canadian attendance at the second Shrine Battery Company, was in Perry) ceremonial at Amarillo Wednes-- ton the first of the week on busi- dtty. i r.ess. Judge W. D. Fisher sold the j rj^e Recorcj wants clean, cotton Hillcrest Inn property this week ragS 0f sjZe8 suitable for wiping to Mrs. Albert Unger. Mrs. Un- j pressef4- 'Must be free from but- ger is. to have possession Dee., tons> pin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

■* • T 11 Everybody' ESTABLISHMENT OF QUALITY" We realize that it has become not a question of whether merchandise sells at a profit or a loss. The clearing of shelves has become a public duty so that future purchasing may be done to the end /tnsat the industries of America may not become stagnant. When we marked our Fall and Winter stock we antic- pated lower prices and, selling for cash, we accordingly marked prices at the lowest possible point. We sell reliable Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes| Furnishings, Notions, and not one dollar'^ worth of cheap or shoddy merchandise has come to our store just to enable us to advertise a lower price. In order to move fjwr stock at once in line with this principle, we anncounce that the following— Thrift Sale SiaiM Maibp HMpp 26 Men and Boys |J||' lliljils ^ftd'"' Overcoats 25% REDUCTION These Suits and Overcoats are the KUPPENHEIMER MAKE and are well tailored and in good style. The pants of the Boys' Suits are lined and have wearing qualities. $1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

w PS m V ml :■--ft' ■■: ' . ®8t&:: i ii . I-V •pm rv «#lS w D«rAni The Record force extends its The Canadian Kecora svrnpathv t0 mrs miidred j. Canadian, Hemphill County, lexas | (:heney editor of the southwest ~ , . i ! plainsman, in the hours of be- L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher I ,.eavement over the death of her Published Every Thursday - -- • • Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoflice at Ca- aadian, Texas, as second class nail matter. THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1920 A man in Kansas sued the rail- road for the destruction of his automobile when he drove up on the track and tried ,to beat a train in going across. The jury decided that the plaintiff was not entitled to damages, as he did not "stop, look, and listen," in going across the track. The supreme court Ml- teined the decision. The Miami Chief suffered a small loss from a fire last week. One night in the middle of the hours of Slumberland a passer-by saw a small fire getting under way. The attention of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

T -• " .1>'lu 7 r mfy higgins well will be drilled to 3,600 feet It is reported that work has been resumed on the Higgins well Juki that a new contract has been ALFALFA HAY For sale by Thos. Hughes at Palace Barber Shop. dental notice I am now back in Canadian at my old Dental Office and am pre- ' \ i « I I ™ -a *- - •. , , „ iny oiu uenuu urace ana am pre- SVTV d°W" <? a ?'6°° ^red to wait on the public for foot depth The original contract Dental Work> Call and see me. lor .5.000 feet was completed some j. R. Adair, Dentist, time ago. j _ This year we have been able to fill our store with more desirable g;0cds than ever before, and we believe the public will appreciate this fact when they buy Christ- mas presents. We are very anx- ious to show our goods, even if you don't buy, as it will be a pleasure to know we can please you. MILLERS JEWELRY SHOP GIFTS THAT LAST CARD OF THANKS j To all who gave us assistance ; and comfort during the illness and at the death of our husban...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

wt'^2 w£ ■ 1" IP 1 WANT COLUMN For Sale, Rentals, Etc. 5-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE. Bathroom and modern plumbing. 3 lots, and good barn, 24 young fruit treea. B. W. Weld, phone 814, or box 114, Canadian, Texas. 10R BLACK HORSE COLT STRAYED from pasture. Six months old. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of the colfc please notify the own er G. P. Wilson. 8p FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON Hamil- ton Street, for sale. Mrs. P. J. Davis. 8p Holiday Tbgs AT A BIG SAVING Every fabric has been greatly reduced in price and in addition EXTRA TROUSERS FREE SAVE $jlio$40' on Suit with Extra Pants All fabrics are guaranteed ALL Wool. Your suit will be genuinely hand-tailored to order by * UNIVERSAL TAILORING COMPANY The Ail-Wool Line 0 < The Fair Store WYLLIS-KNIGHT COUPE for sale for cash or trade. In perfect condition. J. E. Gilbert at round house, or P. O. Box 681, Canadi- an, Texas. lOp FOR SALE—One Bach piano, one sclid oak buffet, two matresses, two bed springs, one iron bed, two bedroom rugs, three-burner ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

■ *rfipyr, > WE'RE NOT WORRIED We have the merchandise and we must sell it to get the cash. We've cut the prices td the quick. We've lost sight of all profit but' that "■ 1 ,, doesn't worry us. You need thejgoods! we need tpe cash: V let's get We have the largest, best and most complete stock of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, and Notions between Wichita and Amarillo. We can fit any man or young man in anything he wants. We have the sizes and styles you want. 111 ^MVMHiliilro«|§M HI 1 j. Our stacks are still very complete as |> sizes in Mens' Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, Edwin Clapp, Howard & Foster, and Walker shoes, as well as the cheaper grades of shoes; in Stetson and Mallory Hats/Shirts, Furnishings, and all kinds of clothes for the working man. CANADIAN, TEXAS W. C. T. U.jCOLUMN Another glorious Mothers meet- ing November 17th, with an ideal day, a large crowd, a good pro- gram, and tasty refreshments. As the guests arrived they were pleasantly welcomed by the host-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

W® F 1 PI .«,'W\VSK ' -* *♦ * ♦ « ,.- <., f '. ■?. IKS I SM r . I [ IS IRI^ CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable; of Hemphill County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Robert R. Meyer and J. G. Hix by making publication of this Citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, in some newspaper published in your county, if there be a news- paper published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper pub- lished in the Thirty-First (31st) Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in i# news- paper published in the nearest District to said Thirty-First (31st) Judicial District, to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Hemphill Coun- ty, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in Canadian, Tex- as, on the Second Monday in Jan- uary, A. D. 1921, the same being the Tenth (10th) day of January, A. D. 1921, then and there to an- swer ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

•#* * «*•*.# #'•••• ■nfir.wr*'^ '*>gwf- « " ' ' . ' ■\'\'V< —What They Mean Ralph A. Scott, all residents of. and mortgage. That on or about the State of California, but their the 11th day of July, 1917, said residence in said state being un- ; known, by making publication of 1 this Citation once in each week note was fully paid off and dis- charged according to its tenor reading and effect and on for four successive weeks pre- j about said date said above named j vious to the return day hereof, in ; defendants joined in the execu- ; DIFFERENT SORTS OF TREES. WE HAVE spoken of trees In gen- eral as tli<; mystics interpret i tlieir significance; now as to the vari- ous sorts of trees that grow in Dream- land. Nearly ail kinds are of good omen, but it is just as well to exercise a little care in plunting your visionary arboretum. Ti e belief in trees as omens in dreums is found in every country, mid their Interpretation gen- erally follows an obvious rule, being such ns would...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 25 November 1920

*• /r ,*■■*. ••• •' 4. •', « >,•£"> .+li- ,*'„ -. .'4 .„# v v */>, ,,.,. . «\-f;ifiipr'";T^^,."^r*K v* Every Changeable Needle Record Ever MaMe Can be Played on the NEW EDISON MiSBM! m m it L I If CARUSO and Ciccoloni; MacCormack and Chalmers; Kreisler and Spaulding —any of the world's best-loved musi- cians, no matter on what make of discs New Edison Chippendale Model With needle equipment $307 Without Needle Equipment $295 their art is recorded, can be played on the New Edison. You be the judge of how much they are improved. Hear this test yourself. HttKlHk DOES Play All Records It not only reproduces every record better than you ever dreamed it could be played, but— It possesses an exclusive feature, Thomas A. Edison's RE-CREATION of . music that made possible those fa- mous Direct-Comparisofet Tests at which 4,000 audiences hare been una- ble to detect the difference between the real voice of the artist and the same voice as reproduced—Re-Created—on the NEW EDISON. You ...

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

THE CANADIAN RECORD VOLUME 28, NUMBER 9. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 THE YEAR T > MRS. STELLA BEAUCHAMP, CHARGED WITH MURDER OF HUSBAND, DENIED BOND Mrs. Stella Beauchamp was re- manded to jail Saturday night without bail to be held for the action of the grand jury. Mrs^ Beauchamp being under arrest for the murder of her hus- WN. Van Beauchamp, at their ho'me in the Zybach community on the night of Nov. 18th. Dis- trict Judge W. R. Ewing held the examining trial in Canadian Sat- urday, and the case against Mrs. Beauchamp will come before the grand jury at the January term of the district court. Mrs. Beau- champ's father and other rela- tives from Oklahoma were with her at the preliminary trial. At- torney Frank Willis represented the defendant and E. J. Pickens the state. There was an unusually large crowd in attendance at the examining trial, and eighteen wit- nesses were called before the court. The defendant did not take the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 2 December 1920

'H * *. iilfe §;■*■. I i KI i: sills ii 4 '< I mMM0 Vii • v* • i," ' **; «•• - . ., **•'* ^W' v' ' •* <■ ♦• y* -frM'j ♦ V '•'-' 4, , • v> i.«■ '•' • *i«'-:. i';-' w/f;<*''• I'- ;•'! ■ * * * *+ -4: Special Announcement iHWftjt*nB^ Sale We are glad we placed our stock on sale at greatly reduced prices, fok^tt saHhas been an unqualified success. Many people have tak- en advantage of the New tow Price Levels we have made. We think many yet will be glad to buy. as yet to ifillli advantage shall offer ^ll^jpi^^i for making the Sale last un^December^^^^ple positively closes Saturday, Jl^^^^^^^^g^^^^Making.Low Prices.1 B. M. B. MERCANTILE COMPANY Sale Prices are Positively Cash unless other arrangements are made 1 ARMY SENTENCES 31 TO DEATH, BUT NONE DIE Washington, Nov. 30.—Thirty- two persons in the army were sentenced to death by courts mar- tial during the last fiscal year, but in no case was the sentence carried into effect, Major General MMIImIIN-DOWN Carolina Lady Got So ...

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