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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

COUNTY TREASURER'S QUARTERLY REPORT To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners: I, R. K. Rhea, County Treasurer of Hemphill County, Texas, here- by submit for your approval, my report of Receipts and Expenditures of all moneys coming into my hands to the credit of the funds named below since my last report , which was rendered to you at the Febru- ary term of your Court; and 1 attach hereto the proper vouchers; also a statement of the debts due to and from the county: JURY FUND, FIRST CLASS Balance $775.82 To Amount received during Quarter 7,607.03 Bv amount paid out during Quarter, Exhibit "A" 63.00 By amount transferred to other funds 6,453.33 By __ per cent commission on amount received 114.10 By__per cent commission on amounts paid out .94 Amount to balance 1,751.48 3,382.85 $1,751.48,- Balance ROAI) AND BRIDGE FUND, SECOND CLASS Balance, overdraft To amount received during quarter $9,697.34 To amount transferred from other funds 12,000.00 A>y amount paid out during Quart...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 27 May 1920

I lip I H8> IE1; Mr *pjL Pays " GEM TEXAS C. BARBER & C 0. FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 28-29 4 yds. Amoskeag Apron Ging- ham, checks $1.00 Boys and Men's Caps, summer weight $1.00 21/a yds. 36-inch Lingerie Cloth, flesh color $1.00 4 yds. 16-inch unbleached Crash Toweling $1.00 Summer reading—Bound Books by Popular Authors $1.00 Ladies' Silk Gloves, black and white, pair $1.00 Kabo Corsets $1.00 W. C. Barber & Co. 2,//2 yds. Oil Cloth, good qual- ity $1.00 21/2 yds. 27-incli Mercerized Pop- lin $1.00 Ladies' Bleached Vests, good quality, 4 for $1.00 Men'svfine Cotton Hose, assort- ed colors, 3 pairs for $1.00 Men's fine Silk Neckties, flowing ends $1.00 36-inch Ginghams, stripes and plaids, 3 yds. for $1.00 Men's Soft Collars, 3 for $1.00 Trade at Gem! morning. She has been going to 1 school in Coleman, Okla. Jewel and Opal Hennington and Margie McGuyer took supper with Hester Ruby Sunday evening. The Misses Edna and Blanche Johnson and Mr. Walter Henning- ton spent Friday and Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

*■ ■ '• ' <' - • j;- - Sal THE CAN A DIAN RECORD VOLUME 27, NUMBER 35. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TE ? AS, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR Ex-Service Men Should Have Their Discharge Papers On Record Miss M. F. Blair, county clerk, states that there have so far been filed for record in her office only about fifty discharge papers of ex- service men. It costs the soldier or sailor nothing to record the papers, arid once recorded the record is perma- nent for any future reference. If the paper is lost or destroyed in any way, the record in the county clerk's office is just as good evi- dence as the paper itself. In the matter of the compensa- tion appropriation passed by con- gress the discharge papers will have to be produced at the proper time for the soldier to secure his allotment. Or the record in the county clerk's office will suffice. This is only one of dozens of times the matter of discharge papers may come up as very important, in a soldier's future ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

mm IIP t mm P ■ BIG SALE AT THE FAIR STORE 20 percent and 10 percent Discount! Also Several Bargain Counters! ¥ —,—+ CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER In spite of the lowering clouds about 85 members and guests at- tended the mothers meeting May 26th, and enjoyed both the pro- gram and the social hour. Mrs. Geyer read the scripture lesson and voiced a fervent prayer. Roll call and reading minutes of pre- vious meeting by the secretary. Song: "America is Dry", with Miss Indra Geyer as pianist. An excellent paper. "Mother" was given by Mrs. Alice Tubb, who handled this beautiful subject in her sweet, charming manner. The grandeur and strength of nations Lies in the mothers of men; For the souls of a country's moth- ers Are stronger than sword or pen." Mrs. Eva Willis rendered a mu- sical number, "A Prayer from Othello", played with the left hand, a beautiful selection that was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Whit- ! zejl favored us with two brilliant piano numbers which were equal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

'a' r •'' •■; ■; - n> ' WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS m ZYBACH Mr. Hooker and Mr. Glenn and his family spent Saturday and Sunday at Quail, Texas, visiting their sons. Clemons Hilton and family tool$ Sunday dinner at Mr. Robin's. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were business callers in Wheeler Mon- day. The Misses Ethel Helton and Lorena Cunningham called on Miss Ma'tie Edwards Friday evening. Miss Lorena Cunningham called at the, E. L. Puryear home Thurs- day afternoon. Mi.-is Glenn spent Friday with Miss Mattie Edwards. The Misses Ethel and Eunice Helton took Sunday dinner with Miss Mattie Edwards. Mr. Steel took dinner at W. R. "A SPLENDID TONIC" Says Hixson Lady Who, On Doe* tor's Advice, Took Cardui And Is Now Well. Hixson, Tenn.—"About 10 years ago I •was.,." says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, ol Uils place. "I suffered with a pain In my left side, could not sleep at night with this pain, always in the left •lde... My doctor told me to use Cardui. 1 took one bottle, which helped me and after my bab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

V* ; 1 S i jP®: . lift m is The Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas Just Gathering Ammunition Since West Texas and the Pan- handle have been treated to glor- L. P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher. rain.s and East Texas washed Published Every Thursday away Editor Loomis of the Cana- (han Record has not said a word _ . 1 about dividing Texas. About the Subscription Price, the year $2.00 tjme E(Htor Lt)0mii} gets ready to '* ' " ~ divide Texas into two parts some- Entered at the postoffice.at Ca- befalls East Xexa3 and aadian, Texas, as second class loomis just loses his nerve. We mail matter THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920 know how hard it is to wean a calf from its milk, and that is the case in dividing Texas. The west half furnishes the milk and East Texas is the sucker, and West Texas and the Panhandle have been sucked' so long by the politicians and the Memorial Day Memorial Day is one day of the year when all mankind meetx on a ^ax evaders 0f that section of the common level in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

< ••• • <*' ✓ ' • . . > f i t V PERSONAL AND LOCAL N. Abraham went to Amarillo Wednesday. E. E. Scodden spent last Sunday in Woodward, Okla. Big Ben alarm clocks—we have them. Miller's Jewelry Shop. , Walter Avers, W. I>. Christopher and C. A. Studer were in Miami Tuesday on business. PERSONAL AND LOCAL The Palm Beach Suits at Every- body's will please you. M iss Opal Tepe is home from her school at Columbia, Mo. New shipment of Genette rec- ords at Miller's Jewelry Shop. Value in the oxford shoes for men at Everybody's. A daughter weighing seven pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis on May 25th. Liske and J. W. Ricks attend- tVthe Kansas Grain Dealers Con- vention in Wichita last week. Arnold Cureton is visiting his iriend, Edward Lyle in Parks- ville, Mo., for several days. Miss Blanche Hum of Higgins is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Ricks, this week. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Build some houses in Canadian. Mrs. YV. C. Ricks visited her pa- rents in Higgins Sunday. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

t r-/';- V PA wmm A'- ||jg IS® -THE MAN NOBODY KNEW" f€ONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) WmB mM Billiard, hesitating," "I'd rattier Ske to know a bit about it, Mr. Har- mtm. The subject might come up jirtrr. It's almost sure to, now that Mmd*rt*'s seen you and spoken to me Abort you. And If you've had any fmrrel with this crowd, even if It WKsafi your fault, and If It came out Tm working for you, and there any talk about It, you can see Stow I'd have to be on the defensive. .. . . So If you could Just give me a idea—" Tiain English Is a lot better than a dtrfot Idea," said Harmon carelessly. "1 floated some steel bonds up here mm. Prettiest bonds you ever saw In ■ymtr life, too." "Oh? And they didn't turn out wen?" TNct exactly. The company was too awcb like Sllverbow, I guess—all float tnd no lode." For a moment, Illllinrd thought that 1 hadn't heard aright. "What was that you said?" he man- Harmon reiterated It. "Too much Sllverbow. Only they jwmped the water out of It sooner Sfcan we will. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

4- iSSifc#* BIBiMMi Political Announcements! Hoxie a,ul Almeda Hoxie, if living Subject to the Democratic Primary ant* ^eir unknown heirs, if dead, ____^ j are delendants, and said petition '.ileging suit by demons W. Hel- For Sheriff and Tax Hemphill County: H. H. STICKLEY 4fc). R. McMORDIE ALEX SIMPSON Collector,, RHHMHH , , j ton in his own behalt, and by T. J. Dial in behalf of Clemons W. Hel- Re-Election ton for the title and possession of Survey No. 33 in block Ml Houston I & Great Northern Railroad Compa- j hy Survey, Hemphill County, Tex- For County and District Court as, being in regular form of tres- * Clerk: pass to try title. Also plaintiffs Miss M. F. BLAIR Re-Election I claimillK title by the laws of three, five and ten years limitation of ac- ROBERT B. ANDERSON For County Judge: W. D. -FISHER Re-Election J. E. STEPHENS For County Treasurer: R. K. RHEA Re-Election WILLARD FRYER HAYNIE ^or Tax Assessor: S. E. ALLISON Re-Election W. A. (SAM) POWLEDGE CHAS. V. THOMAS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 June 1920

i mtkft:.; ■ &. iHSi I&S'-' Hi m wmm $$$«$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ DOLLAR DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 4-5 W. C. BARBER & COMPANV DOLLAR DAYS GEM, TEXAS DOLLAR DAYS ^ Large 'size white enamel Wash 1 large separator Milk Strainer Pan $1.00 for $1.00 2 12-qt. Galvanized Pails—$1.00 3 lt>s Rope $1.00 Red Seal Batteries, pair—$1.00 13 It)s Nails $1.00 9 cans Lye $1.00 2 Champion X Spark Plugs $1.00 5 cans No. 3 Tomatoes $1.00 6 cans No.3 boiled Cabbage $1.00 13 bars Kirk's White Soap_$lf00 21/a lbs Fancy Cakes $1.00 Galvanized Half Bushel Meas- 3 gallons Gasoline $1.00 ure $1.00 TRADE AT GEM $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1 $ $ $$$$$$$$$$$ $ $ $ $ $ ♦ 'guests of Mr. Briggs Sunday. Mrs. Otis Morris visited her daughter, Mrs. Lindsey Moore Monday. Mrs. Parrott accompanied Mr. Parrott to town Monday. Oscar Moore is home from Mountainair, N. M., where he went about two months ago. We are glad to report him well improved in health, having gained about 12 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buckner of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

Hi SIlNamo^ lyfto®© \ OLUME 27, NUMBER 36. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAH Pampa Novitiate Pa- triarchs Trek to Ca- nadian Encampment Law Violations Must stop plan for Gradual Flow Complaints have been coming to the city officials of the follow- ing violations of city ordinances: First, it is a violation of the city ordinance as well as of the common laws of health to throw of Four Million Jews to Palestine SoOni New York, June 5.—Arrange^ ments for the gradual immigra- Texas Lily Whites are Seated at the G. O. P. Convention in Chicago Canadian Encampment 26, I. 0 0 F., held a special'session T,ues- j your slops, wash water or any- day afternoon and night to con-, thing of that kind in the alleys tion 0f~ 4,000,000 Jews" toPaTes- ter the encampment work on six or streets, that will cause flies . „ , „ _ — ..u |HF cimiC Three Linkers from Pampa. The to collect. The penalty is not less'.e' to,'ow,n the ban Kemo ses-. "regUiar" di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

I ir-f' • &,« .- Hi ft? ■ ' ill! :>.V. CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER Our weekly meeting June 2 was called to order by the president. Mrs. Todd read the scripture les- son, the Lord's Prayer was re- peated, the roll called, and min- utes read, a song by the union. lira. John Jones was pianist. Re- ports of some of the departments sorrow. Mrs. Newman still lingers in Kentucky. Mrs. McQuiddy is in Kansas City. They are both missed as they are among our constant attendants when at home. Mrs. George Gerlach is visiting at Jacksonville, 111. Mrs. W. A. Palmer is in Dallas. Mrs. Waggoner is in Tennessee. Mrs. read. They are always inter-1 Froelich has been in Perryton for esting, keeping us in touch with several weeks. Some of our mem- the work done. Two selections, ^ers are always away from home. "A Big Institution", read by Mrs. / The hostesses for the June Jackson, and "Hunger", by Mrs.! Mothers Meeting are Mesdames Isaacs. Some business letters • Miller, W. A. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

W WANT COLUMN l'or Sale, Rentals, Etc. FOR RENT—Bedroom. Phone 268. t OR SALE—Round Oak Range. See Mrs, Carl Pryor. 37p THE ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE *LOST on Main Street, a pair of rubber bound nose glasses. Re- turn to G. F. Caylor and receive reward. LOST on streets of Canadian, a small package containing a lady's blue face veil. Finder please leave at Record office. FOR SALE—Ford touring car, Round Oak heater, buffett, and other furniture. P. H. Elgin, near Santa Fe Reading Room. FOR RENT—One two-room house in good condition. Also two up- stairs rooms for light housekeep- ing, partly furnished. Mrs. Geo. Wins low, phone 335. FOR SALE—Four sections of fine land, all fenced, with well. 14 miles from Stratford, Sherman County, Texas, on the C. R. I. & P. railway. Will sell one or all these sections, $21 per acre. Sections Nos. 414, 416, 440, and 45? in said county. Durham Ex- change, Durham, Okla. Stay out of the primaries if you wish to vote your sentiment in the [ general election...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

-4'.' El m : 1 ■$hV,v is * r>- Mm Tl Canadian Record Canadian, Hemphill County, Texas L P. Loomis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Thursday Subscription Price, the year $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ■tail matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920 Rattlesnakes, tarantulas, centi- pedes, and other poisonous rep- tiles and inaects are more numer- out than usual this season, saytf the Spearman Reporter. They might just as well do as the rattlesnake in the Amarillo News did, commit suicide, be- cause no matter how much of a showing they make, the supreme court, the court of last resort, has O. K.'d the prohibition law. "Ripe watermelons on the vines", says a headline from Brownsville the other day. That's nothing. Canadian has had "cab- bage heads" walking on the streets all winter.—Miami Chief. Just how much of Jess Adams' alfalfa tea did you drink at Am- arillo, Wagg? We might say that We have noticed an unusual num- ber of Miami visitors on our st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

\ :■ ' ' ' ' • '' ''' \ . '■ ' ' Xj Copyright 19^0 Hurt Sthaffncr & Marx PRICES CANNOT "BREAK" NOW We have maintained right along that there could be no radical, permanent "break" in prices at this time. We have stated this repeatedly in our printed talks about this business. We wanted men to real- ize, for their own sakes, that present prices were an opportunity that would not last long, and would not soon recur. In this case, as always, our advertising was sincerely intended for the benefit of the public as well as for ourselves. Prices have been high because of world conditions of shortage—shortage of raw materials, shortage of finished products, shortage in transportation fa- cilities, and shortage in all forms of labor which must contribute to production, which alone can overcome all these other shortages. There are no surpluses standing anywhere, or in prospect. The only surplus there has been is the surplus of de- mand. People have had lots of extra, easy money— many of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

«s%, , ' 'f,- -fsw"' «, 5?" LIST ( ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<I> ♦♦♦♦<>! ♦ Revise THE County I AM IN THE MARKET for Texas Vendor's Lien Notes, Farm and Ranch Loans Jac MAN NOBODY IMS that tr on the the ta? 1 i I herein Countj Holworthy Hall lector Hempl of 192 lector to wit State State My loan people are safe, sound, and relia- ble. Twelve years in the Panhandle of Texas. All loans handled promptly thru local banks. We meet competition at all times and will appreciate your business. WILL CROW STORAGE BATTERY TfVAOC MAM w«0l rc«*0 WHEN somebody tells you of a bat- tery that has come through a long life and had some hard knocks along the way, don't put him down as a windjam- mer. But you can bet on it that if the tale is gospel-true he had a good battery to start with and he gave it a square deal. Ask about the Still Bet- ter Willard. BLANTON BATTERY COMPANY m , Copyright t>7 DoM. Mud * Ooapur In*. , , CONTINUED. "No," "said Hllllard, dully, guess It never will." "That's the Idea ! No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

LIST OF LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31 1920 FOR THE TAXES OF 1919 IN HEMPHILL COUNTY Reported in compliance with the provisions of Chapter Fifteen Revised Civil Statutes of 1911. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Hemphill: Unknown, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot I, H. H. Stickley, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify Unknown- Canadian Lot that the lands and lots listed on the following 8 pages and assessed itnk,,;wn' Canadian Lot on the tax rolls of said county for the year 1919 are delinquent for Lnknown- Canadian Lot the taxes of 1919, and that there was no personal property for "seiz- Unknow,| Canadian Lot %e and sale" as required by Article 7692, Revised Civil Statutes of ! 1Jnknownl Canadian Lot therefore I am entitled to credit for the faxos shown and Unknown> Canadian Lot herein reported delinquent. Unkncl n, Canadian Lot Unknown, Canadian Lot 16 B 8 Moody Unknown, Can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 June 1920

Hemphill County Abstract Company W. D. FISHER and EDW. C. FISHER, Proprietors CANADIAN, TEXAS. Complete Abstract of Hemphill County Satisfaction Guaranteed Office at Court House WITH OUR RURAL CORRESPONDENTS GAGEBY wgm si? * fci L. LONGING Optometrist — -- Optician Pampa, Texas Complicated cases a specialty. Will be at Moody Hotel two days in each month. Will call at your home if 30 desired. All work guaranteed to be perfect. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR DATE 4- SPECIAL SATURDAY Gallon Can Blackberries IN SYRUP $Mfffl Consumers $up jNHN| — Special Price on Pure Home Kettle Ren- dered Lard at Studer's. 5-tb pails $1.35 10-lb pails $2.65 50-tb pails $12.75 It pays to pay cash and carry a pail. STUDER'S MARKET 1 Have You Made Your Home a Place WHERE YOU LOVE TO DWELL It is found largely in two arts MUSIC and FURNITURE When you choose your Phonograph, choose it for what it can give you of both. There is no Inflation in the price of the Edison Phonographs. They have advanc- ed less than 15 per c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

THE CANADIAN RECORD VwLUME 27, NUMBER 37. CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, lf)2(). SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAS |V JUDGE SPILLER ATTENDS C L ASSMATES RE-UNION • H. B. Spiller left this c'*.v last Thursday for Virginia t'-> attend a re-union of his old college classmates. Out of a t'l.iss of sixty, only nineteen re- main among the walks of men. Kifty years ago the class of six'ty proud young men stepped f^vard and received their pass- ports into the commercial and professional world. "Uncle Hol- 51 -v as he is familiarly known . this section of the Panhan- dle choose to cast his lot on the frontier of Texas. He is a bene- 70 factor of the Panhandle, having surveyed land over the entire 1 i ^handle, and he is an author- it: on lines and corners. Judgo Spiller is a scholarly man, and deep student, even in his later years. He is an authority on literature, and is qualified to sit in council with authorities. All Canadian joins the Record in wishing for Uncle Holli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 17 June 1920

mm 1 w ri| i I ■ lc ■ Wm. CLEAN UP SALE er cent discount on ladies' Ready to Wear. rens' Dresses and all the Piece Goods in our store. In order to clean up our Summer Goods we are offering 25 pc 20 per cent discount on Slippers, Muslin Underwear, Childi™ make vmi Also we have a lot of Bargains we are offering for about half price. We wan y __ ^ m -n selections before everything is picked over. Hi —~+ CANADIAN W. C. T. U. NEWS BY THEIR OWN REPORTER June 9, Flower Mission Day, goodly number in attendance. The superintendents of this de- partment prepare the program, always an enjoyable one,, this year especially so. Mrs. Jeptha Todd, presiding, called the house to order. Mrs. Hoefle read the 103 Psalm, Mrs. Cureton voiced an earnest prayer, the devotionals always inspiring. "Onward, Christian Soldiers," was sung by those present with Mrs. Sanford Whatley at the piano. Miss Marion Stone, just home from St. Charles., Mo., where she has been attending school the past year, gave us a humo...

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