The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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Dr. Irvin's Second Annual
100 3 to 5 year old mules, some
of the best ever brot to this coun-
try, will be sold to the highest bid-
Irvin's Mule Barn
Gage, Okla. February 17th
E. H. Van Atskirk of the Fort Worth, Texas,
Horse and Mule Barns will have charge of the
TERMS: A credit of ten months will be given
on approved security at 10 per cent interest
from date. Two per cent discount for cash.
f WELL DRILLING STEADILY
IN ROCK AT DEPTH 800 FEET
Owens Well No. 1 for the Fort
Worth- Canadian Oil Company is
drilling steadily this week at a
depth of 800 feet. The drill is
working in a rock formation, and
i- making very satisfactory prog-
The material has all been as-
sembled for the spudding in of the
Hopkins well by the Clark Oil
Company, and it is expected that
that well will spud in in about ten
I days. This well is about twenty
I miles northeast of Canadian, and
thirteen miles southeast of Glaz-
w Alex Simpson for Sheriff
Alex Simpson places his name
in the list this week as a candidate
for the office of sheriff and tax col-
lector of Hemphill County, sub-
ject to the Democratic primary
Alex has lived here for thirty
years and perhaps is one of the
most widely known of our citizens.
He has worked in various capaci-
ties and has been associated with
several business interests of the
town, and feels that he is qualified
to become a candidate for sheriff.
Alex solicits your support to his
candidacy and your vote at the
coated blue and white
A good tenant for good farm.
Must have plenty of teams and im-
plements and be qualified to han-
C. B. Haynie.
Attention to people who sell
cream: On Feb. 21st we will start
to'buy cream. We will have a spe-
cial man on that date to start us
right. Bring your cream to the
Panhandle Co-Operative Co. Sat-
urday, Feb. 21st.
Some advertising had to be
omitted this week. There is enough
material this week for a twelve
page paper, but on account of the
force being cut down by illness
we are getting out eight pages
only by working night and day.
We will sell at public auction at the J. H. Sanders
place two miles west and one-half mile north of Gem
City, Texas, on
at 10 o'clock, sharp, the following property:
1 coming two-year-old mule
4 work mules
3 head horses
1 saddle pony
7 head good milch cows, 2 giving milk
2 be fresh in few days
2 lumber wagons
2 wheat drills
1 Deering header
1 mower and rake
1 disc plow
2 disc harrows
2 two-section harrows
3 sulky plows
4 riding cultivators
4 single row disc cultivators
1 two-row corn planter
1 spring-tooth harrow
1 McCormick corn binder
2 pea grinders
1 set blacksmith tools
1 grind stone
2 single buggies and harness
2 Old Trusty incubators
2 sets leather harness
TERMS OF SALE
TERMS OF SALE: 12 months' time will be given on all sums over $10 on all property
except milch cows, on which 7 months will be given, with interest at 10 per cent. 5 per cent
discount. All sums under $10 cash without discount.
W. L. Cain
L. S. PALMER, Auctioneer LANE ADDISON, Clerk
The South Side Addition is neat
the round house and yard office.
Has a splendid elevation and
drainage. Prices and terms are
made so the railroad man can buy
and build. Moody Lands Co.
Call on O. M. Anderson for your
wiring and supplies for electrical
work. Office at Blanton Battery
CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS
BY THEIR OWN REPORTER
Alfalfa hay for sale. Will Baker
without question if Hunt's Salvo
fails in the treatment of Ecerma,
become discouraged because other
treatments failed. Hunt's Salvo
has relieved hundreds of such
cases. You can't lose on our
Money Bach Guarantee. Try
it at our risk TOD AY. Price 75c.
For sale locally by
COLDS bred and
KILL THE COLD AT
Standard cold femed7 for 20 years
—in tablet form—safe, sure, no
opiates—breaks up a cold in 24
hours—relieves grip in 3 days.
Money back if at fails. The
genuine box ,,has a Red
top with Mr. Hill's
Farm and Ranch Loans
I wish to announce to the public that 1 am now connected with a Texas banking institution,
which is under Government supervision, that will make you a loan on your farm or ranch for
a term of thirty-three years with the privilege of paying the whole or any part of the amount
of the loan any time after the first five years, atthe rate of six perceYit interest per annum, the
total expense of getting thjs loan being one percent of the amount of the loan for the first year,
thereafter the rate is straight six per cent interest. M
Don't fail to see me when you are in town. I am always glad and ready to talk the matter over
with you whether I make you the loan or not. WE GUARANTEE PROMPT SERVICE
The mothers meeting at the W.
C. T. U. parlor last Wednesday-
was attended by 136 members and
guests. On account of the illness
of the superintendent, Mrs. A. M.
Newman, Mrs. J. F. Johnson pre-
Mrs. Geyer read the scripture
lesson and voiced the opening
prayer. "Wind the Ribbon 'Round
the Nations" was enthusiastically
sung by the union with Miss lndra
Geyer at the piano. The roll was
called and the minutes of the pre-
vious meeting were read. A short
talk was made by Mrs. Johnson
urging the iadies to pay their poll
tax. The children of the L. T. L.
gave a wonderful number. They
were trained by Mrs. Blanton and
Mrs. Sam Isaacs and had done aj
great deal b.f preparatory work. A I
most beautiful instrumental solo
was rendered by Mrs. W. I. Whit-!
A medley of old time songs was'
-sang by § quartet of boys, Arnold!
Cureton, John Riley Scott, Merle'
Buckner and Marion Allen. These
boys were trained by Mrs. Murrell
and they sing exceptionally .well.
- A few remarks by Mrs. J. Gil-
more Smith from the Albany or-
phanage preceded the benediction.
After the meting the crowd went
to the dining room where delicious)
refreshments were served by the
hostesses, the Mesdames Gerlach,
Wright, Sam Isaacs, Knollenberg.
Todd, T. S. Jones, Hodd, Dorsey,
Alexander and Allen.
The program for the February
meeting is as follows:
Music by Marjorie Jones and
Papers by Mrs. Marks and Mrs.
Reading by Mrs. Tom Johnson.
The hostesses will be the Mes-
dames Stone, John H. Jones, John
Isaacs, N. P. Willis, McMordie,
Froehjich, Whatley and Keesling.
The next number of the lyceum
will be given Friday Feb. 13. This
number is the Novelty Four, a male
quartet which comes highly recom-
mended. Let us all come and give
them a good audience.
NATIVE GROWN TREEfJJ
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental, are the best for the rugged
climate of the Panhandle and Plains.. Write for latest
price list of vines, roses, evergreens, bulbs, etc., "grown at
Plainview on the Plains." Landscape planning for churches,
schools, courthouses, and other public buildings. Ask for
prices oh quantities and varieties you want. Order now
while stock is complete.
FISH FOR STOCKING TANKS
We have found Carp the best fish for stocking tanks, ponds,
and reservoirs. Write for delivered prices on any quantity.
PLAINVIEW NURSERY Plainview, Tex
It is estimated that there are
400 women holding public office in
Join the Chamber of Commerce.
The increase in membership will
be 26;, this drive.
\ou haven't a sipgle hanking need
consistent with sound banking
practice that we will not gladly
Even if you should come to us on
a quest that the liberal policy of
our bank could not meet you will
be treated courteously and we will
be grateful for the call.
Your every banking need will have
prompt, efficient, courteous treat
apital, Surplus and Profits ^90,000 GO
w C. I SAACS PR F-S .
sam i saacs . VICE PRES.
R.C.JACKSON. ASST CASh
C A NAOIAN, TEX AS
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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/m1/3/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.