The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 27, 1919 Page: 3 of 10
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tf 1 AA 17 A I I TIT CAD OA. Our winter purchases are still coming in daily and
$1.UU V ALUfc I UK otic our stock is stiH complete.
Do not hesitate to come in now and finish your winter buying before a lot of our stock
is sold out. This twenty per cent is a big saving. THE FAIR STORE
(', T. INews} ! that
by Special Reporter
lead of our usual Mothers'
ing in November, the A\. C.
. entertained the soldiers and
. - !.-• <) 1' the comity at a G o'clock
. t November 19th, particulars
hicli were given in last week's
• of the Record. Our only re-
er.-: is that a greater 'number
'■ :ld not have been in attpndance;
: n we believe those who honored
> their presence enjoyed the
'•••' i.ing, and we of the W. -C. T. U.
• indeed proud to Welcome
tl.t-nfas our guests, for \v,e felt:
■ were welcoming them who
with courage high
\W-::t forth to the flaming fray;
V, i.n your ships came home our
hearts did cry
«:• e's the end of a perfefct day.
> i are coming home with the
W.-.h a world made fairer i and
And the ones who sleep heath a
far off sun we'll not forget,
But pray we'll meet them all at
the throne of God
At ihe close of a perfect flay."
they will readily respond as Presbyterian Ladies Meet
they ever have. Our collectors) for 19If) Thank Ottering
will call on you in a few days, and
am sure they will meet with the The Womans Missionary Society
week articles have
been received from our member
Mrs. John Kunkle, at present visit-
ing in Wichita, Kansas, but who
hopes t.o be with us for this annual
event. From Mrs. Tom Berry and
Mrs. Waterfieid of Kansas City,
.Mo., both regular contributors tc
our bazaars; The American
Thread agency of New York City
sent a large package, all most en-
couraging. However there is al-
ways bitter with the sweet, as we
lose from our number Mrs. Ellzey
and Mrs. Tom Freeman, the latter
of the Presby
for its annua!
gram with Mi
terian Church met
thank offering pro-
s. Kenneth Young
A. Shaw and 0. R
A'IcMordie, assisting hostesses.
After the business meeting an un-
usually good program was render'
ed. A stirring piece was effective-
ly given by Miss Cerlach on giv-
ing, and it seems that many had
great things to be thankful for
this year as our offering was
$5-1.90. There were twenty pres-
ent, and after the program was
finished and a prayer offered by
Mrs. Stratton, an enjoyable time
was spent socially for the hostess-
an active member for many years
The second number of the Lyceum !es had prepared delicious refresh-
will be given the evening of Nov- ments.
ember 29th, at the High School j We have much to be thankful
Auditorium. The Glenn Wells'for in our society; our faithful
The W. C. T. U. tender theii
deepest sympathy to our members
Airs. Collins and .Mrs. Bledsoe as
well as all the bereaved ones ovei
the tragic death of little Charles
president, Mrs. Taylor, and ou:
worthy treasurer, Mrs. M. A
Shaw, whose efforts never fail tc
Many familiar faces were miss-
ing, among them was our faithful
Collins, and pray the God in whom'member, Airs. Alexander, we
Vv e wish to thank all tl'iose who of
helped in any way to make
they have ever trusted will com-
fort and console them in this time
sorrow. We also deplore the
the j death of little Vaughn Dell Crump,
ening a success. Air. Clancyiniece of our member, Mrs. Meeks
ler for the aid he rendered in'Only two months ago this charm-
many ways; the Mitchell Or-ling little girl gave a
tra for the music th-ty gave Us'reading at our Mother
ti.rucu.it the evening, every num-
ber was enjoyed; The B. M. B
•Mercantile Company, The Nolen
hardware, The Canadian Furni-
ture Company, Geriach's Variety
Store and the Methodist Church
for the different articles loaned
us; lo Mr. Will Baker, The Con-
sumers Supply Company and the
Alecea for courtesies received, and
to our non-member friends who
donated food and money so gener-
We trust all are ready for the
bazaar, now almost here, Decem-
ber 4-5-0, that every one is plan-
ning to do all that is possible tc
make it one grand success. Our
women are capable of so doing
and have shown many times that
they can do big things, so let us
endeavor to make the 1919 bazaar
the: biggest ever. It will take all
our people to dp that, but we feel
She was wonderfully gifted in
that line for one of her years
God comfort all aching hearts is
the prayer of the W. C. T. U.
The funeral of Charles Collins
thirteen years of age, was held
from the Baptist Church last
Thursday afternoon, the Rev. E.D.
Morgan conducting, the services
He paid a nice tribute to the boy
who had killed himself, saying
that he had shot himself because
of sorrow for a misdeed and he
was afraid he would go to jail. In-
terment was made in the Canadian
cemetery. All the classmates of
Chas. Collins in school were dis-
missed for the day that they with
their teacher, Mrs. Annie Daniels
might attend the funeral.
she can be with us at our
The society plans on having an
all day meeting in January for the
purpose of studying a missionary
book. Every one will bring a
lunch and we will have a nice
time together at the noon hour
The place of meeting will be an-
nounced later, and we urgently
request every member to be pres-
ent at this meeting as we want to
make it one of the best studies we
have ever had.
Record want ads get results
P. U. Program
Education in Foreign
"Chances in Edu-
in Foregin Mis-
Part 1 and 2—Rev.
Many times, the better service ;t
renders results in a sure incroa.-e
to the business which uses it.
For this reason, and the pro-
nounced economy of operating the
car, it is generally regarded as an
NIMS MOTOR COMPANY
Res. Phone 254 Business 128
Paragraph 2. "Our Distinctive.
Policy Makes Our Educational
Task More Difficult" Part 1-
Clara Snyder. Part 2—Toy Car-
Paragraph 3. "A Survey of
Our Schools and Colleges on Mis-
sion Fields"—-Frank Hutton.
Poem, "The Reason"—Leona
Paragraph 4. "The Urgen'
Needs of Our Education Work"—
Let lis Kelpy
Sobte the HCofL.
The fi.'-hl against the high cost
of living is half won by careful buy-
Our policy of Best Quality Foods
at the Most Reasonable Prices is a
great help to the housewife in keep-
ing down expenses.
Come in and we will help you
make economical and satisfactory
One of our suggestions is Belle
of \Vi,h it a I-lour. Our customers
are always enthusiastic about this
high grade, all purpose flour.
your order for ,i wife today.
Panhandle Co-Operative Co
The meeting of November 8th
was one of the most interesting
yet held. After prayer by the
president, Mrs. Young, Miss Bit
lingsly was appointed as superin-
tendent of First Aid and to see to
the purchasing of a kit. Mrs
Claude Shaller will have charge
of the Health Crusade,
Roll call was answered with a
current event, this to be carried
out at each meeting. Mrs. Claude
Shaller gave a very fine paper on
"Compulsory Physical Examina-
tion in the School," after which a
vote was taken as to whether we
wanted it in Canadian, every one
present being in favor of it.
Mrs. Young spoke of the Red
Cross Christmas Seals, urging
every one to buy them and use
them, thus helping the Tubercu-
The Board of Trustees decided
to adopt the dress reform and it
will go into effect the first of the
Miss Frenslev gave an interest-
ing talk on "The Imagination of
the Child" and illustrated it with
four of her pupils, Ruth Snyder.
A. R. Mays, Christine Stone and
Walter Bader, each telling clearly
what they saw in the picture held
by their teacher.
The ninth grade, Miss Stephen-
son. teacher, won the banner for
having the most parents present.
The fourth grade. Mrs, Daniels
teacher, received it last month.
The next meeting will be De-
cember 8th and the hour is chang
ed to " o'clock. Be sure and come.
Ai the Baptist Church
Sunday will be a red-letter day
-'unrise prayer meeting at 0.15 a.m
Minday School at 9.45. The pastoi
" i'l preach on "The Golden < -han
el I Service" at II a. m. Evey\
- canvass finished up in
•••:' ernoon. Jubilee service at
"'■t. bdii 1 miss this nor lie left
out. Jesus expects every one tc
do his duty.
E. D. MORGAN, Pastor.
Aliss Mattie Killobrew of
ciiy and Ben O'Fallen of 1 he
1:. denartmerit of the Santa 1
thi:- division stole a
ihep' relatives and I'neiu
d sy night by going to Am:
r married wiring 1
1 lo and
• n rws
We now have those Pyrex Bak-
uiir Dishes you have been wanting
.Miller's Jewelry Shop.
.' to ihe bride's par. ids. The
e is a daughter of Marsha]
Mrs, J. C. Killobrew of this
, and has been an employe of
Southwestern Telephone office
I ere. Both are excellent young
. eople and their many friends take
pleasure in extending congratula-
tions and best wishes.
Alcohol and dangerous
sedatives are fa t falling into
disuse. When the body is
debilitated the effectual
means of restoring strength is
which does what your regular
food should do but all too
often fails to do—nourishes
and strengthens the whole
follow the use of Scott's
Emulsion that have made its
multitude of friends.
It is the results that!'""11' to
The Norwegian cod-liver oil used
in Scott's Emulsion is super-refined
in our own American laboratories.
Its purity and quality is unsurpassed.
<:ott & Bowne. Blooinfield.N.J, 19-29
Card of Thanks
We most sincerely thank every
one who helped and sympathized
and comforted us in the allliction
which befell us in the untimely
death of our son and nephew,
Chas. Collins. Heaven alone can
reveal fully our gratitude and God
will richly reward each one of
Airs. Augusta Collins
Mrs. (Jertrude Collins
Mr. and Mrs. !.. X. Bledsoe
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Collins
At (he Methodist Church
Sunday School at fl.-lo. Sermon
subject for the morning hour.
Ernmaus." For the
"Is a Alan Bettor
than a Sheep?" Help the services
by being present.
AT. M. BEAVERS, Pastor.
Some Fords refused to go home
Something New Something Novel
A farce comedy which is a riot of laughter from
start, to fimish. A scream of delight played by an
aggregation of stars of the first magnitude on
screen and stage, and oodles of pretty girls fur •
nishing dances and lovely tableaux.
Girls and Ginger--you can't afford to miss it
Admission 15 and 30 cents
J. G. BROWN & CO.
have again commenced active
operations in the
business. They have for sale a fine
line of Farm and Ranch Lands and
Office with J. M. Shaw
Be Thankful for What You
That old pair of shoes is a source of real Thanksgiving. A
slight expense for repairs will save you most the cost of a
new pair. And we'll make them look good as new.
We have a new line of Saddle blankets, Auto blankets and
Horse blankets at right prices.
B. M. HOOPES
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The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 27, 1919, newspaper, November 27, 1919; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125425/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.