Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Canadian Valley Record
CANTON, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SEPTFMBER 23, 1920
Action Speaks Louder Than the Platform
of the condition of
The Bank of Canton
of Canton, Oklahoma, Sept. 8th, 1920.
Loans and Discounts $130,599.96
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured . 155.26
Securities with Banking Board l,6u0.00
Stocks, Bonds, W arrants, etc. 15,585.00
Banking House 4,500.00
Furniture and i xtures 2,160.00
Other Real Estate Owned... 400.00
Duefrom Banks 77,587.49
Checks and Other Cash Items 3,137.03
Bills of Expense 310.06
Cash in Bank 6,574.35
Capital Stock paid in $20,000
Surplus Fund 200.
Individual Deposits subject
to Check 25,340.
Time Certificates of Deposit 30,863.
Cashier's Checks outstanding 10,572
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High School Notes.
Some of the Dear Green Fresh-
men are looking rather lank this
week as they were without din-
ner and Sleep last Thursday
night and all day Friday. "Poor
things", we told the*n it would-
n't be best for them, but you see;
the poor ignorant things didn't
know any better so we must ov-
erlook the innocent things.
They guarded the flag pole,
Thursday night but were too
big of cowards to place their
flag up on it. but they were soon
taken away from it and the
Sophomores and Juniors placed
theirs upon the pole and went
away and left it, so you see we
were not cowards, and two of
their flags were burned Friday
noon before them.
We had Chapel for the first
time Wednesday morning and
the High School did the enter-
Our two Literary societies have
been organized and we hope that
they will be a success.
Sophomores—"Look at 'em!"
exclaimed the Sopomores.
"Look at what?" asked the
"Those green and white stripes
that those Freshmen are wear-
ing! We would be disgraced if
they would put them on us.
Sophomef—"Whom do the
"Every other green baby I
Agnes Bain—"Is Lester at
His proud father—"Yes, he's
asleep up stairs in his cradle."
Sophomores—"Why ain't you
Freshmen at the Front?"
Freshmen (milking cow)—
"'Cause there ain't no milk at
that end sir."
Jtxnior Jin ales
The High School met fn a
bocy at the Canton Park Wed-
nesday night for a wennie and
marshmallow roast, but as there
were no wennies in town we
made it strictly tnarshmallow.
Everybody seemed to enjoy them-
selves to the fullest extent.
There was quite a rumpus
raised Thnrsday night of last
week by the Freshmen putting
up their flag which was soon
torn down bv the Juniors and the
Junior flag put up, but as the
Junior flag was not watched as
it should of been the Freshmen
got theirs back up. Pros. Kam-
merzell came down and made
the Freshmen take down their
flag. The class fight was all
all and we did not get to finish
it. We hope some time in the
future to have a real peppy class
MULES 2 to 7 years old.
MARES 3 to 7 years old 950 to
1200 lbs. Broke to ride or work.
I pay as much if not more
than any one. Try me and see.
Phone or write me what you
Phone 51 Watonga,
CANTON PRODUCE CO.
ALWAYS WANTS YOUR
Cream, Butter, Eggs and Hides !!
wholesale and retail
Flour, Feed, Salt and Seeds
CANTON PRODUCE CO.
, M M M M ^ A.fl
State of Okahoma,)gg
County of Baine, )
I, Bert R. Willis, Cashier of the
above named Bank do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief so
help me God.
Bert R. WILLIS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16th day of September, 1920.
J. O. Wild, Notary Public.
My Commission Expires Jan. ,23, 1921.
O. P. Willis)
H. Clay Willis|
Are you financially prepared for mis
fortune, should it come?
A few dollars, or even a lonnly ONE,
placed in our bank today will be the
same as an insurance policy against
misfortune—if it should call on you.
There is satisfaction in knowing you
are saving a little each week or month.
It adds to your prestage, and is really
not a hard thing to do.
You will take keenest delight in watch-
ing your account grow.
Why not commence today?
Bank of Canton
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Money To Loan
I have a cliant who wants to
loan money on Blaine and Dewey
county farms. No delay, we
make our own inspection, we
write our own papers, and exam-
ine our titles, close loan without
delay. T. C. Knoop.
ALL $CH00L BOOKS
Now is the time to place your
order for Fruit Trees, etc., for;
Fall delivery. See T. W. Marl
tin, The Shoemaker.
CITY DRUG STORE
W. H. AUSTIN, Prop.
When Henry Ford set about building the Fordson tractor
he had a thorough understanding of just what it should be and
what it should do. His early life on the farm gave him a
deep insight into the daily life of the farmer; his mechanical
genius saw the type of tractor needed. And for more than
twelve years he experimented over more than 7000 acres ef land
in different kinds of soil, with different crops.
So he built the Fordson. It is so simple that a schoolboy can
operate it. It is low in first cost. It is lowest in operating cost
and Fordson parts and Fordson service are always to be had
promptly from the dealer.
The Fordson is a profitable
investment. It can be used ev-
ery working day in the year. It
is an inexpentive power plant
and it will lighten your work.
Don't delay ordering your
Fordson tractor. The demand
is greater than the supply.
Made by Henry Ford & Son
and told by
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