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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

LOCAL MAN IS CHOSEN BY DODGE BROTHRKS Dies arry tn an fin nths, zena aner- the de- A.M. cat- und- lore, cow was lusi- Mvis Mar- fgo. the ^rict ISUS. >00,- 4 Big Possibilities for New Dealers in Automoible Field of Thriv- ing Community Recognition of Canadian as a thriving community that Kives promise of big opportunities in the automobile field.has led Dodge Brothers to establish rep- resentation here, with Nims Mo- tor Co. as the newly appointed dealer. Mr. E. L. Nims has just been notified that he now has the exclusive selling rights in this territory. The remarkable popularity of the Dodge Brothers Motor Cat- has caused automobile men all over the country to clamor for sales privileges, but Dodge Broth- ers policy of quality in selling methods, as well as quality in the car, requires a painstaking inves- tigation in every instance before a selection is made. In Mr. Nims Dodge Brothers have a dealer on whom they believe they may rely for both progressiveness and fair business m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

# •*W*W " -"V i . v f r. - - "'• V , sr- S ri 1^ THE GANADIAHI RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOM IS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. The Lockney Beacon reports a yield of 52 bushels of wheat to the acre on the farm of Jack Norris near Lockney. Lockney is outside of the alfalfa tea district of the Central Plains, which centers around Plainview, and the yield be accepted as authentic. can If the people of the eastern part of the state will give the peo- ple living west of the 90th meri- dian anything like a square deal, you will not hear of any back firing over here—but if they don't you will see the question of divi- sion come up so strong that the better class of people "of the eas- tern part of the state will unite with the west to see that justice is done by giving them a new state.—B row n field Hera I d. The Canadian Oil Field We are not becomng unduly dis- turbed by the prospec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Paul jloefle is assisting in the B. M. B. store for a few days. W. S. Sloan of the Hart commu- nity was an early morning visitor in Canadian Monday. I lie ( anadian baseball team ijlprtr. and Mrs. D. G. Simms of j Went to Higgins Sunday for a Mobeetie were visiting Relatives j game and came home with the big in Canadian the first of the week 'end of a 1 l to it score. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Silk Collars! Everybody's .Miss Nettie West is spending iht! week at Hamburg, Oklahoma, with tile lamily of Frank Cole. Last call on wash goods at 75! ( omplete range of styles and percent discount. Have pretty sizes of ('. II. Hyer Hand Made designs, good colors,widths, and | Boots complete range B. Mer. Co. of styles. 1>. M. early as we won't on hand now. Be fitted b< i any more. B. M. B. Garland Fosshee, one of the Santa Fe round house boys, had the misfortune to get his arm jiml shoulder dislocated the latter part of last week. able to get Mer. Co. Mrs. C. VV. Ford a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

HEMPHILL COUNTY'S HONOR ROLL OF SOLDIER BOYS WHO I'AII) THE SUPREME SACRIFICE The Record has gathered as complete as we can an honor roll of boys from this county who lost their lives while in the army, and now that the guns have been stilled and the bayonets turned into plow shares and the boys who were fortunate in not being required to make the su- preme sacrifice have nearly all returned home and are back in civilian clothes, this is the time when we should pay respectful and honored tribute to the boys who gave their all that we might continue to enjoy the blessings, the privileges and the protection of a democratic govern- ment. Here is Hemphill County's offering on the alter of liberty: Win. C. Calhoun, died in camp of pneumonia. George Howard Tgo, died in Base Hospital 51, loul, France, September 26, 1918, of ulcers of the stomach. Jack Griggs, died in camp of pneumonia. Jim Buckner, died of spinal meningitis following an attack of measles at camp. Mike Humes, killed in camp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

ANDREW CARNEGIE, IRON I MASTER AM) WORLD ! PH1I.ANTH KOPIST, DB A I > 4 Lenox, Mass., Aug. 12.—In his great mansion overlooking a lake, the beautiful Berkshire, where In- sought seclusion when body in : Ormity overtook him and his mind) saddened by the entrance oi'j his country into the world war ; Andrew Carnegie, iron master and] philanthropist died today from bronchial pneumonia. Andrew Carnegie began a race against time when, in 1901, at tin- age of sixty-five he resolved to give away his enormous fortune. He held it "disgraceful" for a man I to keep on gathering idle millions j Iri the comparatively few years which the actuary could allow him, he would disembarrass him- self of practically all he had. No man had ever launched a philan-j Ifchropic campaign of such dimen- sions. I His was a fortune of just about a ijuarter billion dollars, the larg- est ever acquired by a foreign- born American, second only to' the John 1). Rockefeller wealth as the largest individual aceumuhi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 14 August 1919

r ih- W. C. T. U. COLUMN Our weekly meeting August (>, met after the close of the ai'ter- uoon number of the Chautauqua, several members and one guest •coming to our rooms where Mrs. Geyer read the scripture lesson aud voiced an earnest prayer. Roll called. Mrs. Sanders, chair- roan of the library committee, called for volunteers to remain at the building the afternoons from August 8, and many responded. Those who have not taken their (.urn communicate with Mrs. San- ders, and she will arrange a date for you. A few remarks from our guest, Mrs. Steen, of Los Angeles, California, whom we were pleased to nave with us again. Mrs. Steen was Miss May Addison, and is well known here, the family re- siding in Canadian many years. We are pleased to welcome Mrs. Kenneth Young and Mrs. J. O. Keesling among our members lately. While our membership is a large one, would that all our women belonged to our union. As you 4II probably know our state jpaper, "The White Ribbon," is mow edited by Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

J THE CANADIAN RECORD. n in : for tiing VOLUME XXVI—NO. 46 CAN A1) IA N^Pfe M I'M ILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 191!) SUBSCU1PTION, $2.00 THE YEAR OFFICIAL MARKERS 1 OH THE I) C D HIGHWAY idg- full >en- >me ink er Life any S surance r, Agent operty v.". A. Palmer, Secretary and General Manager of the 1' (' D Highway, left last Friday I'm Col- orado Springs to attend the high- ly convention for the J? 6 1) in t city -«el'orP. Caving he an- ce( that the stencils for mak- *i official signs agreed on Ardmore convention had ,ent to the following towns: , Elkhart, Lawton, Walters, Waurika, Singling, Wil- arietta, Lewisville, Denton, Valley View, Gainesville, rel, Elk City, Hammond, Cheyenne and Canadian. As soon as the signs are made by these towns the stencils will be furnish- ed to other towns on the line. He to other towns on the line. He hopes to have the entire highway from Dallas to Denver marked within the next sixty days with the new signs. Mr. Palmer also announce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

-..V-v « %• • • V * ' * * %% * V , * * * T ■JL / .. ■ •#- ■ rf£3=S i I i m CLOSING OUT SALE We are going to quit the Dry Goods and Clothing business and instead of selling out to some other merchant we are going to give our friends and customers the benefit of our large stock.' All our Entire Stock will be Sacrificed at 80c on the Dollar Now is your chance to buy goods at pre-war prices. Better take advantage of this great opportunity and lay in your Clothing and Shoes. THIS BIG SALE STARTS SATURDAY, AUGUST 16th. COME THE FAIR STORE LAYING GOLDEN IMS Thp Hpm that lays every day is & gpld rninp- Takp a lesson Wow\ "tlrip ViPn- Lay up for your future by buying IVAP SAVINGS STAMPS rp^ularly f MEXICO WILL EXHIBIT AT THE VICTORY FAIR INVITATION EXTENDED BY DI- RECTORS THRU CONSUL FLORES ACCEPTED BY PRES. CARRANZA. The Republic of Mexico, for ille first time in history, will make an official Government exhibition at the Victory Fair. Mexican Consul Florcs, of Ft Worth and Dallas and W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

PROUD OF OLD ROMAN CAMP 4 < *> Sleepy English Village Has Attraction Which Is a Delight to the Archeologist. Burgh castle is t first sight n typ- !i Suffolk village, with church. ree- '••r.v and substantial farmhouses. But as you become acquainted wiih Burgh rustle, you find that it has historic associations and that It. is proud of them. If you stroll down a certain peaceful iktie, you come upon a series of broken, vlneclnd walls, rising from Die grassy Held. It is the remnant of a Roman camp, and Burgh castle's most priceless possession. Eighteen hundred years ago Nome built here a camp for her horsemen, who were to conquer the simple Angles. Skilled workmen quickly erected tiled walls of clay, strengthened by bastions and surrounded by a marsh. Within the walls, tents were pitched in orderly streets, with the commanding officer's quarters In the center and his sub- oflicers about him. The Koninns had come intending to slay. Three hun- dred years later they left the land (if...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

THECANADIIIN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Here's good news for the old bachelors: We have just seen a seen a paper printed in Germany and there is a column of that paper devoted exclusively to the German girls who are advertising for husbands. The bunch on the corner might look into this. and torn by German bullets, the whatever facts we might present The work of paving the princi- pal business streets of Canadian is under way this week with a large force of men on the job. The side- walks are to be widened, and the work started with the placing of the curbs and gutters on the street in front of the court house, the sidewalks will then be widen- ed to extend to the curb line. The paving will consist of a concrete base covered with face brick laid in an asphaltum base. The splendid work that is being done on some of Canadian's streets in cleari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

WHY SHOULD THEY WORRY? $phM iir^t. on. lui Villi Lft'l UK1? li (11 56^ I A " 'Wily ." Ml id tin' llllll T !!!:!!!. Till IIK I'll! -HIT.'. , Mr -litiii iS. I ilnn't \\':i p.t to Ml > v>: 11.\ following villi around. '■in - "li m">. I iii your assistant.'"— Now Y11rk Times. No Carrots Causes Tears. Tin1 \ ;i 111 !;i ls are (les) roving Fleet. ■ street. Three ur four of the oldest houses, i11. !.>. 1 intr the boiled-beef shop, tuive just lieeu torn down. I'oor old hoiled heel' shop! It gave volt (he Jltieiesj boiled heel', the mealiest potit- toes, i In* must delicious carrots, the. most wholesome plain bread and the creamiest porler. The hue I'aul Merritt. an enormous- ly fat man. who wrote Adelplii melo- drainas. used to tell a story of a litin- i (.try man goimr into a heef a la mode | shop and ordering boiled beef and car- rots. "Very sorry, sir." said the waitress, "but carrots is off." "What?" ex- claimed the man. "No carrots! Good | I."id And he burst, into tears.— '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

Deadly Mosquito Female Doe* All Deadly Work of Fever Propagation The male mosquito does not bite; bla bill Is so blunt that he could riot be B bloodsucker if he wished. It Is the female mosquito that does all the deadly work of fever propagation, ac- cording to a writer in the Scientific American. In the autumn the males die, and the females seek winter quarters. They hibernate in dark corners of Cellar and garret, arid on the first warm day of spring are out laying their eggs. Save when extended by the arrival of this hibernating period, the life of the female is one or two B>onths; the male, on the other hand, lives but a few days. The food of the mosquito is the juice and nectar of plants and, of course, blood— though not necessarily that of man; animals, reptiles and even caterpil- lars are bitten with the same freedom. The female mosquito lays from HO to 100 eggs ut n lime, <>n any quiet bit of water. In about three days they hatch, nrid though at first the larva is ve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

OFFICIAL l'UiLK ATlON A UESOLUTIOX (CONTINUE^ FROM PAGE 6) lot .78 .72 .62 ■24 .24 .24 .01 . 4 0 .2-1 .(>2 .24 62 .62 .24 .87 .87 .62 .62 .62 .62 .24 .63 63 11 .21 .73 .69 .87 .62 .62 .24 .62 .24 .24 .49 .63 .63 .63 .63 •iV V> Owner Block Second Street from South Kobt Moody est. 21 E. li. Brainrtrd 30 Second Street from North '^Jiobt. Moody est.. 20 T. F. Moody 31 Lot proper!) 10-! Rate line oi' Main Street to North 1 ID 110 6.48 6.48 Cost Sq. Ft. property 907.20 907.20 Curl. I t, Cost Sidewalk Cost line of a I lev between Main and Puree]! Sir Total Cost 119.1; 149.1: 67.33 67.33 783 783 1 1: propeity 1 in ■ ol' Main Street to South property line of alley between Main and Kingman st tvet. 10-12 1 2 140 140 6.48 6.48 907.20 907.20 149.1: 149.1: 67,33 67.33 783 783 1 15.10 1 1 i j. 1 I.I Third Street from South Property line of Main Street to North property line of alley between Mainand Purcell Street, H. E. Hoover 30 Canadian St. Bank 41 Third Street from North of 3 H 12 1 10 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

The Salvation Army has begun an wjifcii .ii'.' program of work among SUc soldiers on Hie Mexican border ia accordance with its policy of look- log after the welfare of the soldiers t£ i«ic regular army in the same way limt it has eai'ed for the American ioys in France I.ieut Col. George Wood who ia in «bargo of Salvation Army activities m ''it? Southwest has jus; returned from another visit of inspection to titeue bonier posts. At this time he installed a Salvation Army officer, Ensign Roy Maldtt, as the officer in charge of Iho work for the entire Big Bend district with headquarters .« Maria "The need for welfare work trnoiig these soldiers is great," Col. Wood slated ori his return. "Twen- ly army posts are located at inter- Tats along the Rio Grande in this aftstrict alone, for 250 miles south of Kf i'ttso. Those posts are expected guard a district from twenty-five J© seventy-five miles wide atong the river. Tlie men, from twenty to 250 ia eaoii post, are desperately lonely. The ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

also lishod. A is wn- -Lon- sit PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Paul Bryant returned home Sunday after a visit of five weeks in Missouri. Lots of season's most attrastive price Chambers Store. clean-u ps ; at the ■). Misses Nit a and Georgia Long of Lipscomb are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tubb. PERSONAL AND LOCAL A nice for sehoo hers Store. ine of Gingham Dresses girls at the J. A. Chamf A story the world Saturday, of the greatest thing in -mother love! —Pastime August 23rd. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Our Palmer Garments are ar- riving daily. The B. M. B. Mer- cantile Company. Just received, a new shipment of ginghams, suitable for child- rens school dresses. The B. M. B Call in and see our new sweat- ers for the whole family. Some- thing new. B. M. B. Mercantile Company. J. W. Reams of Oklahoma was in Canadian this week business in connection with oil activity. Is an officer of the law ever justified in allowing his man to I escape? See "Break the News to City Mother" and learn the answer for on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

lis fcsvan Proves Big Help i to Cards as Shortstop ' —An Aggressive Player ' Lavan has been a big help tiw Curds since Joining the team. 'in*- rtiuffle of the infield which shift- *e# ffornshy to third, (Stock to second imhI Wilier to first, with Lavan at short- ■eHmimproved the St. Louis club con- mMlmthly, and If the pitching had held ttoe Otirds doubtless would be high- er «p than they are today. Lavan Is an MPgremive player, a fine inflelder, and tlto tatting is hard and timely. He and I Senators, IUckey arranged fur li!m to | join the Cards. He was to have fig- i ured in a three-cornered deal, also in- ' voivlhg Davey Robertson and Mike | Gonzales, but the transaction was' 1 blocked by Barney Dreyfuss. Magnetic Eyes Needed to Make a Good Impression A winking, blinking, and wandering eye will never influence people; there- fore it Is of great importance that these organs should be trained to their best condition. The person who would use the power of fascination, says O. H. Brat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

^si^ft.:^. c• si t--S --X" «*#**• -* "« ««'v- > fi/V a/v^'-V<>>*r't,Sr,; <£ f Airships for Commercial Use Britiah Experts Agree That it Is to the Craft of Rigid Conitruc- tioQ We Must Look for Usefulness in Business British experts, seeking to forecast the future potentialities of air- ^ craft, seem to agree that it is to the airship of rigid construction, not to ♦lie airplane, that one must look for the maximum of commercial useful- ness, writes a foreign correspondent of the Ohio State Journal. The limitations of airplanes designed on present principles are defi- nitely known. Technically it is an accepted fact that an airplane cannot be produced which is capable of transporting a commercially adequate load for a longer nonstop flight than 1,000 miles. For practical purposes 500 to 800 miles are regarded as the workable limits. But the prospects of airships are much less easy to diagnose. It is recognized that rigid airships can fly for distances of 2,500 miles carr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 21 August 1919

m *1 COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE WASfUTA WINKS adian Monday to do j ury service. Bernice Hines has been on the' Miss Esther Ihierstien is recov- ssick lifit. jering nicely from a recent opera- He*. Wells filled his regular ap-|tion- pointment here last Sunday. I Mrs, Cornelius and Miss Bur- Jim Gates returned home Tues- 'in*« ne are guests in the W. R. day (dinging with him a Ford. Mr and Mrs. T. C. Moore took dinner at S. L Dixon's Sunday Miifu Eula Villines spent Satur- day night with Miss Bertha Dixon. Fsuuiie Mae Adcocfc was brought home from the Cay lor Monday. Mm Clay Adcock stayed a few day.i with her cousin, Mrs. Obie ftfuijiiii (ant week. Mm Sylvia Morehead spent the day fit W. L. Curnutt's visiting Mrti Ohio Mathis. Mr ( n i Mrs. S. L. Burnett and Ehh Mm.iy Curnutt took dinner jt the Moore home Sunday. M'itiw Rachel Ackley was very low Tuesday, and Dr. Newman wan called. We are glad to learn that febe f now improving. MiiUi Rachel Ackley, Mr. Thur- man A dcock, Mrs. Obie Mathis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

*■£ amtfr' J? ' f * •*} -*• THE CANADIAN RECORD. VOLUME XXVI—NO 1" CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR OPENING LOT SALE I WAS OVER $50,000 *1 4> i The opening of the new town of P- rryton on the North Plains of the Panhandle of Texas was a suc- cess in every sense of the word, and F. VV. Wilsey, manager for the Spearman land interests, can well be proud of the favorable auspices under which the town opened. Mr. Wilsey made extensive ar- rangements for the opening and advertised it in practically all of the papers in this section of the Southwest. The crowd in Perry- ton was estimated at 5,000 and there were representatives from many towns at a distance. There were more automobiles at the opening than has ever been parked in one place in the Panhandle of Texas. The excursion trian over the new road was well loaded with vacationers bound for the Perry- ton picinc. The ball game between Guymon and Shattuck was won by Guymon by a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 28 August 1919

I fcO; Mr. Away from the Path of Uncertainty (VK-IN PRODUCING AND REFINING COMPANY V NO IDLE PROMISES, BUT THE TRUTH The purpose for which this Company is formed is to build a Refinery to manu- facture crude oil products to be wholesale manufacturers and jobbers of crude products, such as Gasoline, Kerosine and Crude Oil Products. Our Refinery site (3.6 acres ), which we own in Fee, is located 5 miles N. E. of Fort Worth on the T. P. & St. L. S. W. R. R., served by two pipe lines which are common carriers in the state of Texas, where we will build our 5,000-barrel modern refinery. Our Holdings X 36-a in Fee, (5 miles N. E. Fort Worth on the T. P. & St. L. S. W., where we will build our refinery, just opposite the Magnolia, Pierce Fordyce & Gulf Refineries—THE BIG ONES. LEASES We own 1,550 acres in ten prov- en fields in Texas, and also own several hundred acres surrounded by actual production in Oklahoma. Testimony given before the Com- mittee on Public Lands, Jan. 7th, ...

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