The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1920 Page: 8 of 8
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These are the kind of steers our sires pro-
Don't forget us when you want a Register-
ed Hereford Bull.
We have 30 head of calves and yearlings on
feed on the outskirts of Canadian.
We now have two $1,000 sires to head our
Biggest herd of Registered Hereford Cattle
in this section of the Panhandle.
J. C. STUDER & SONS
CAN ASM AN WATER, LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY
Brings cheer to your home; economy, effi-
ciency and increase in your production.
However remote you may be from the cen-
tral station we can extend the service to
your farm or ranch.
We sell every Electric
Appliance that is
Canadian Water, Light and Power Company
Regardless of the difference in
profit involved we do not recom-
Our chief aim is to sell you what
you want as you want it.
You can confidently rely on the
quality, the purity, the accuracy
of handling of each purchase made
at this store.
WHERE QUAL/TV COUNTS
phone u Canadian,!e*as.
WITH OUR RURAL
Lei 1 Dent hauled grain to Cana-
Mrs. Wright visited Mrs. Foo-
Hester Ruby visited Mrs. Liar-
Will Taylor is hauling grain to
town for Cliff Ross.
Frank Manning was Owen
Ruby's guest Sunday.
Eddie Bennington took dinner
with Ray Staples Sunday.
The young people enjoyed 42
at J. B. Igo's Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barker spent
Sunday at Mr. Willingham's.
W. D. Waggoner and family
spent Sunday at Mr. Taylor's.
Audie Hennington went to Ca-
nadian Wednesday after coal.
Wm. Lohberger and family ate
dinner Sunday at J. S. Largent's.
Mrs. Mayfield and Mrs. Carl
Smith called on Mrs. Ross Wednes-
Mr. Lohburger made two trips
to Canadian Saturday in his Ford
Mrs. Mayfield and Mrs. Smith
called on the Taylor family Wed-
Mr. Dial had the misfortune to
almost cut one of his fingers off
Mrs. John Wright and children
spent Monday night with Mrs.
Eddie Hennington and Herbert
made a business trip to Canadian
Mrs. Ralph Ruby visited Mrs.
Audie Hennington's school one day
this week .
Edna Johnson and Hester Ruby
helped Mrs. Beall cook for thresh-
Mrs. Mayfield and Mrs. Smith
visited Mrs. John Wright Thursday
Will Winslow visited his sister,
Mrs. Ralph Ruby, Saturday night
Walter Hennington, Bob Beall
and others took dinner at Mr. Man-
Mrs. Teas and little daughter
called on Mrs. Audie Hennington
Hester Ruby, Eddie Hennington
and Ray Staples took Supper Sun-
day evening atMr. Igo's.
Mr. and Mrs. Barker and daugh-
ter, Miss Maye, were Canadian
callers one day this week.
Mrs. Audie Hennington could
not teach school for a few days th*s
week because of a bad cold.
Mrs. Johnson and daughters,
the Misses Edna and Blanche,
spent Thursday with Mrs. JBeall.
Lorena Cunningham and E]well
Steen of Zybach were at the sing
ing at Mr. Johnson's Sunday night.
Jewel Hennington and Mrs.
Ralph Ruby spent Wednesday
night with Mrs. Audie Henning-
Mrs. A. Q. Hennington and Mrs.
Johnson helped Mrs. Ollie Hen-
nington cook for threshers Wed-
Miss Thelma Ruark of Mangum
Okla., arrived Thursday for an ex
tended visit with her aunt, Mrs.
J. B. Igo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hennington
and Mr. and Mrs. Audie Henning-
ton called on Fred Brown in
Mrs. Neighbors, who has been
visiting her son at Liberty, Mo.,
returned Wednesday and took
dinner with Mrs. Igo.
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Allison, and
Mrs. Berry of M. K. were in the
neighborhood Wednesday and took
dinner with Mrs. Igo.
Messrs. Clair Schnoebelen and
Louys Knitted from Moreland,
Okla., visited at Mr. Lohberger's
from Wednesday till Friday.
Ollie Hennington undertook to
run some stock out of his field
Tuesday morning and was thrown
from his horse and his right
shoulder was dislocated.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hennington
went to Canadian Friday. Their
Ford broke down and th«y had to
stay there over night. Mrs. Hen-
nington spent the night with Mrs.
The First Big Idea
The first big idea that raised; man above the rank oi sav-
agery was that of saving from today's abundance for
tomorrow's possible \Vant.
The world holds no place for the hand-to-mouth man.
Saving is the big idea today as it has always been—not
on 1 v saving against possible want, but saving for sure
enough opportunity. ...
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"SERVICE WITH COURTESY"
Have you paid your Record subscription?
Ladies, did you pay your poll
W. C. Barber returned from
Kansas City Monday.
No school Monday. Miss Beulah
Upfold, the teacher, is ill.
J. B. Lindley is confined to his
home with a case of la gTippe.
Everybody is taking advantage
of the fair leather to thresh.
Fire Sunday destroyed several
stacks of hay on the Hopkins
Mr. Roberts and his sons, Fay
and Frank, took grain to Cana-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lindley are
confined to their beds with what is
presumably the flu.
P. R. Burns, representing the
Anthony wholesale grocery com-
pany was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Elsie Paul and little son
are visiting her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Buckner.
Elvin Parrott has returned
from Amarillo where he purchas-
ed a new three-quarter ton truck.
We are indebted to Mesd.ames
Ramsey and Hopkins for some
very fine sausage and canned cher-
ries. Thank you, ladies.
Little Frances Briggs who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Rriggs the past two weeks return-
ed Sunday to her home in Oklaho-
Mrs. Fred Hensley and little
son who have been visiting her
father and mother in the M. K
neighborhood the past week re-
turned home Friday.
MW. Allen ^ F. V. Studer
American Central Life Insurance Company
American Bonding and Casualty Company
Also Automobiles insured against
Fire, Theft, Collision
We do not write Fire Insurance
ALLEN & STUDER
Scott Hilton called at the Mitch-
i)m home Sunday morning.
Opal Patterson spent Saturday
night with Lorena Cunningham.
W. B. Pennington took Sunday
dinner at the E. L. Puryear home.
Mr. Willingham and wife made
a business trip to Wheeler Mon-
A. L. Patterson, Mr. Boaz, and
Joe Heflev went to Wheeler .Sun-
Mesdames Patterson and Boaz
took Sunday dinner with Mrs
Mrs. Neighbors returned home
last week from a visit to relatives
Mr. Barker and'family of Gage-
by took Sunday dinner at Mr.
Mrs. Don Jones and her children
called at the J. R. Edwards home
Mrs. Boaz and daughter, Mrs.
Patterson called on Mrs. Cunning
ham Friday evening.
Miss Mattie Edwards and Gwen
Edwards called at the Mitchum
home Monday afternoon.
Don Jones is hauling lumber for
Mr. Garner to build a dwelling on
a part of the former Dent place.
Miss Lorena Cunningham helped
Mrs. Willingham cook for the
threshing hands last Tuesday af-
School has begun at the Cloudj
school house with Miss Morris as
teacher. She is boarding at the
W. R. Mitchum home.
W. R. Mitchum and his daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sallie Cunningham, Lo-
rena Cunningham, Opal Pattersoh
and Ewell Steen took Sunday din-
ner at the R. A. Young home.
BLUE MONDAY is FORGOTTEN NOW
There are no more blue Mondays in the
homes where the family wash is sent to the
Canadian Steam Laundry. The housewife
lias more time for the other essential tasks
of homekeeping, and has an opportunity to
enjoy more of the pleasure and recreation
that is justly hers.
We make a specialty of family washings.
We call for your clothes and return them
clean and fresh. Try us once and you'll hire
us to do your washing every week, ft is
cheaper in the long run.
Canadian Steam Laundry
$100,000 Ranch Loans
I am prepared to make any size
ranch loans from $25,000 to $100,-
000 on easy terms and low rates
of interest. Very attractive propo-
sition. Write, phone or call W. A.
Palmer, Canadian, Texas.
If you have a coupon for P. & G.
soap bring it to the Panhandle
Co-Operative Co. and we will give
you one bar of P. & G. soap free.
Grain, Flour, Feed,
Coal, Salt and
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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/m1/8/: accessed August 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.