The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920 Page: 7 of 8
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CANADIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Miss Laura Wallace returned to
her school duties Wednesday. She
had been away attending the fun-
eral of a nephew.
The Rev. B. G. Taylor favored
the high school Tuesday 'morning
^with a talk on great men. tie read
some extracts from the work of
Dr. Frank Crane, and otherwise
delivered an enjoyable talk.
Miss Buckley was absent a day
and a half the past week on ac-
count of sickness. Mrs. Shaller
took her place until she returned.
The writer noticed in a paper
from a neighboring town a column
oi school notes edited by a senior
in which it stated that a certain
person had underwent -an opera-
tion. Nobody is perfect—not even
^ A stranger might be very much
surprised on visiting the freshman
algebra rooms after class. He
would find a jumble of names that
one never heard of, names written
forward, backward, in dog latin.,
and every other way. Oh, well:
everybody gets it once. We had it
ourselves when we were freshmen.
There seems to be quite prev-
alent a contagion known as cold
and in the morning in the assem-
bly hall each pupil vies with every
other pupil to determine who can
cough the loudest and play the
funniest tune with his nose.
YV. A. Palmer gave the school a
talk on leadership Thursday morn-
ing. His talk was enjoyed until the
bell rang, when the juniors, who
are continually pulling such stunts
got up and left the auditorium.
We hope that Mr. Palmer
excuse this in view of the
that the juniors did it.
Mrs. 0. R. McMordie and her
son, Frank, returned home the
first of the week after an extended
visit with relatives at Hamilton
Build some houses.
Gallon caas Puyallup Blackberries, they're fine
Gallon cans Licano Apples
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For tire making is chiefly a mat-
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plus care. Any maker can build a
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All men know Brunswick stand-
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Formulas, fabrics and standards
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matter of expense. And these vari-
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For there are no secrets nor pat-
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To ascertain what each maker
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Then it is a matter of combining
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Once you try a Brunswick you
will understand how we have built
model tires, regardless of factory
Yet Brunswick Tires cost you the
same as other like-type tires. Our
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our nation-wide organization.
We realize that you expect more
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An Open Letter
Hank to His Uncle Jed
Sence I quit workin' fer you I've done a lotta tilings, but
recently I've kinda gotten into the oil business a little bit. I've jest
been down to the ofis of the Fort Worth-Canadian Oil Co., in
the Moody Hotel at Canadian, Texas, and bought me a noil lease
close to their Owens No. 1 deep test for oil about eight miles
southeast of Canadian. 1 know I'm a pretty young chap to be git tin'
into that game, but a teller has to start young if he's gonna git as
ler as J no. D. did, and that's my ambition now. Old jno. 13. May
not be as popular as some folks, but you've gotta hand it to him
fer knowin' how to make money. 1 notice he says: "If you would
make money in oil, buy LEASES AHEAD of the drill." Of course,
if a man's a millionaire he can buy 'em behind the drill, after the
territory is all proven up,.but if a small guy is go in' to play the
game lie has to buy 'em ahead of the drill while they are cheap.
And that's what I'm doin' so when the big advance comes I'll be
fixed. \ ou know, Unk, a feller never makes much money unless he's
got nerve enough to take a chance, and foresight enough to see
Now, Unk, I'm g.ivin' ye a tip. These guys are gonna git oil
out here. They're shore goin' down after it, and you better git ye a
forty right away while it don't cost much. Think this over now,
and remember, tomorrow don't never come in the oil business,
and twenty-four hours ago is ancient history. Fortunes are made
over night in this game, and its the good sport who aint afeard
to back his jedgment. that gits there.
Well I gess that's all Unk.
Your former slave,
'•I* r -y. v y < •,
The South Side addition has the
best and cheapest lots in Canadi-
an. Can be had at the Moody
Lands Company office.
Notice to the Public
The Horse Creek Ranch, my pas-
tures, are posted and hunting
thereon or hauling wood away is
forbidden without my permission.
15 5t Mi.-l'o Blodgett.
Hemphill County Abstract Company
W. D. FISHER and EDW. C. FISHER, Proprietors
Complete Abstract of Hemphill County
Satisfaction Guaranteed Office at Court House
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
County ot' Hemphill:
By virtue of a certain execution
issued out of the honorable'County
Court of Hemphill County, on the
5th day of Januaiy, 1.920, by M. F.
Blair, clerk of said court of said
County, against Letrice .Henderson
for the sum of Five Hundred
($500.00) dollars and costs of suit,
in cause No. 139, in said court,
styled Frank Willis versus
Letrice Henderson, and placed
in my hands for service.
I, H. H. Stiekley, as Sheriff
of Hemphill County, Texas, did, on
the 6th day of January, 1920, levy
on certain Real Estate, situated in
Hemphill County, described as fol-
lows, to-wit: West Vj and south
part of South East 14 of Section
08, Block 41, II. & T. C. R. R. Grant,
same being 420 acres of Said Sec-
tion 68, and levied upon as the
property of said Letrice Hender-
son. And on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of March, 1920, at the Court House
door of Hemphill County, in the
town of Canadian, Texas, between
the hours of ten a. m. and four p.
m. I will sell said lands at public
vendue, for cash, to the highest
bidder, as the property of said
Letrice Henderson by virtue of
said levy and said execution.
And in compliance with law,
upon the request of the defendant,
that the notice of said sale be pub-
lished in a newspaper, I give this
notice by publication once a week
for three consecutive weeks imme-
diately preceeding said day of sale
in the Canadian Record, a newspa-
per published in Hemphill County.
Witness my hand, this 9th day of
H. H. Stiekley,
Sheriff, Hemphill County, Texas.
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Loomis, L. P. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920, newspaper, February 5, 1920; Canadian, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125435/m1/7/: accessed August 15, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.