Canadian Valley News. (Canadian, Oklahoma), Vol. 1, No. 33, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 20, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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CANADIAN, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JUNE 80 1911
A FEW BARGAINS FOR CASH.
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Men's oxfords, all sizes in tan, gun metal and
patent leather Edwin Clap;), Walkover
and Elk Lodge, 556.00 values, ^ i aa
yours while they last at *;)4.l/U
Ladies'oxfords in the tan, gun met: l and
patent leather, values from $4 c*|
to $5.50. Our price
Suede pomps single, double and three -y r ~
straps, values $3.5 ) to $5.0d, your, at Mt J
Men's soft and negligee shirts,
$1.00 values. Yours at ...
*,: ~ ..
J £. i
Men's fine "pro k iit" underwear, ivgu- 7c
hr 50e valui , yours while they hist, at
Mop's straw hats, values from 5()c to
$1.50, your choice for ... "
Try the Farmers' Grist Mill Saturday.
YOURS FCR PROMPT SERMCE
. 1 ■ wil !■ am*r-: -u: **r- ••
Ladi \-i' skirts, ail colors. sha;>"s,
forms, fashions and siz Prices from
$2.00 to $15 00
MACiN'ESS and SADDLERY
We have jast unpacked a new and complete
Sto 1; of Harness, Saddles, Bridle and Si rap
}m ods. Spurs, Saddle Blankets and Revers-
ible Col ar pads. Examine our line before
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PARMfcRS' TRADING CO
CANADIAN TRADES DAY A
Une Thousand People Attend.
Much Property Sold
Free Prizes Awarded
On Saturday Juti3 24th, 1911
fir st Trades Day held under
auspices of the Canadian
mercial Club, w.ts held. I'he
people came in gr. at 'numbers
early and remained nil late in llie
evening. Tue ladies took great
intei'esl and were present iit lull
force. 'I he auctioneer sold free
all prperty offered and a number
of good prices were received.
The prize drawing was under the
direction and supervision ot .1 D.
Tig nor, the e titor, and was suc-
cessfully carried out. Ev *ry one
realized it was a square deal and
not a word of criticism or dissat-
isfaction was heard. Tne set of
harness was won by W. F. By-
num, of Indianola and the prize
lor the ladies was won by Mrs.
Cinda I-ames. The prizes of-
fered by the Valley News was
won by Mrs. Robt. hastes, Mrs.
G. F. Cockrell C. A. Smith and
J. (J. Brothers won the bridle
in the cigar race, Bud Leflore
won the bridle in the relay race.
Great interest was evident in
every feature of the program.of
the day. It was well gotten up
and successfully carried out.
The Commercial Club is to be
congratulated on the complete
success of the entire att'air.
These Trades Days will be made
permanent and will not only help
the country people but our town
as well. They will help to ex-
tend the trade limit to our town.
It will give people some distance
away a chance to visit our town
and exairtine our immense stocks
goods and too they will soon
Ordinance i\To. 50.
An ordinance providing for the
establishment of, an I main-
tai'ieiu!" of a system • .f water
works, and el '.-iri- lights for
the Town of ('.madi.rn
Be it ordained by the President,
and B >ard of Trust e if ill
Ineorpora id Town i Canadian
l'i isbui'g County Oklah ma:
8t$f 1 rtiat tli" Piv-iihnt
and Board of Trawl vs of the In-
corp nated Town of Canndiar,
P tisburg County, Oklahoma, be
author zed to call a special elect-
ion within the time *ns provided
by law for the purpose of voting
upon the question of issuing
bonds fur tile purpose of erecting,
establishing and maintaining a
syste n if aater works and elect •
nc light* ti r ti Incorporated
Tow i f On..inn, Pittsburg
( o in1. , kl in.ma.
Sec. 2 That eli ordinances
and j a ts of ordinances in con-
flict herewith are hereby repealed
Sue. 3. Tnat this ordinancs
shall be in foree and take effect
from and after its passage, ap
proval, and publication as ap-
plied by law.
Passed by the Board of Trus-
tees of the Incorporated Town of
■ Canadian, Pittsburg County,
Oklahoma, this the 2Utli day of
Approved by the President this
ilie 20iii day of June 1911.
Fain G. Gillock,
G. W. Newton,
To the voters of the Town of Can-
Notice is hereby given, in pur-
suance of Sestions 20 and 27,
Article 1(1 of the Constitution,
and of Sections 903, 05N and 959,
Article 111 of Snyder's Statutes,
of Oklahoma, also by virtue and
in pursuance of Ordinance No.
50 of The Mayor and Common
McAlester Boost ;rs H -tv
On riuu *S( lay l lie
Wabcir Works Propo-
• . , : I sition.
av the special train
earing the 100 real Me Ales eri An abund Ui-e of pure, rpurk-
ioo-ters visited Canadian and i li"g« and (d. ar water ir.an the
ii«arty Welcome by j bowels of the eail.li has pushed
Club, bu-iuess forth in the city limiis and only
The Boosters' iwaits the laying of mains to
headed by '.heir superb band pa j carry it in I• u alance to every
raded the main streets and were I part of ilie city. <>ur town has
everywhere greeted wit li ap-|been holdback in its growth and
]ilause by our patriotic ciiiz ns. itnporlance by
hverv busiivsS house was visited I'ue iliougnt of the pai-t three
were given a
our ( iunmercial
men and ed izen
grow, to see better health among
tur citizens; to see gr titer Con-
veniece and more comfort for all,
to see less danger from fire vote
for water works, and talk for the
West Side Items.
We don't know just whtn it is
gninK to rain.
soon be here.
old Fourth will
lack of water,
bought of the
and the boost.. \s made a favor- years has d-niimstraUil the need enough lo celebrate if we had the
able impression on our business I of water woiass iii our city and money,
men. Our progressive spirit
manifested by our enthusiastic
( onime cial ('lub, our g r.'iit build
ing movement, our br >ad streets
and en. .rnous stocks of merchnn-
di-e all s rved to in.] ress « iir
\ isilots of the great growth of
Canadian and many compliments
wi re freely giv n by our visitors.
Canadian is ; rowing; Canadian
i- being built up in a substantial
way. a steady growth, no mush-
room or hot air slyle.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
FOR RHEUMATISM KIONEYSANO BLAOOLR
Fred Salmans made the home
folks a flying visit Wednesday
Miss Kunice II >gan left last
Monday for her home in Conway
Ark., where she will commence
a summer term of school begin-
ning the 10th of July. Miss Eu-
nice made many friends wiiile
here and endeared herself to all.
We sincerely regi et her slay Was
Dug Cesar and wife have re-
No. 9993 Report of the Condition of
I'he First National Bank
State of Oklahoma, at the close .if
find%ul by actual experience that Council, of the Town of (.'ana-
goods of all kinds can be bought diau Pittsburg County, Okla-
cheaper and of better quality horn", duly passed, approvedaud
than in any other town in Fast published, that a Special hlect-
em Oklahoma. Our town is ion will be held in tlie said I'own
wide-awake and is pushing to of Canadian, County and State
the front. Our new buildings are aforesaid, on the 11, day of July
attracting the attention and com-( 1911, for the purpose of voting
manding the admiration of all upon the question of a issue of
' - *' next bonds by said Town of Canadian,
for ihe purpose of establishing
—— and maintaining a system ot
Water Works and hlectric Lights
for said Town of Canadian, Okla-
Given under the hands and
signatures of the Mayor, mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees and
At Canadian, in the
June 7th, 1911:
KESOl lie |
Loans and I)iscounts
Overdrafts, secured-and u*isecured
U. S. Ponds to secure circulation
Premiums on I'. S. Binds
Bonds, Securities, etc
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents)
Due from Approved Reserve Agents
Checks and Other Cash Items
Notes of Other National Banks
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cent*.
La wit i. Money Ki serve in Bank, viz: $2,20/).00
the cost will be light and the peo-
ple will never miss the small a-
mount paid for it. U will sav*
many spells of sickness, it will
s ive the li\u*s of many and pro-
long the lives of others; it will
prote t our homes ano busim ss
houses from fire. It will lower
t lie rates of insurance which on
all frame buildings and mer-
chandise stocks in tliem are ex-
liorbitant. Business men will
net enter into business where in-
surance rates are so high and
where the risk of losing the goods tur,, (J lr"m
and business so great. Lot every Mr C.O.Logan left Tuesday
man who wants to seo the hwn for Hartshorne. "Choc" is a
| jolly old boy and we miss him
; when he's gone.
Yes, Scroggins we feel big
about that estate but the trouble
in we've raked up too many kin
folks already. The estate is
business said to be worth one million dol-
lars and we've raked up about
j four million "kin people."
$ 65,409 25'
.FRUIT FARM FOR SALE.
'"ii'i Ta' acres of the best fruit
land in this country, 70 acres
in cultivation, two I room
houses, good barn and cribs
and out houses, good w'jll of
water, about 070 bearing fruit
trees consisting of Peaches,
£4 Plums, Apples, Pears and
2 2T IX> fruits. Will sell for
" ' $2,000.00 and give
visitors. Watch for ti.
Capital Stock Paid In
Undivided Profits, Less lOxpenses and Taxes Paid
Nauonal Bank Notes Outstanding
lndivi lual Deposits Subject to Check
Time Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
Notes and Hills Rediscounled
S 25,000 00
Address News Office.
FAIN GILLOCK, President
G W. NEWTON, Clerk
HOAKU OP TRI'STEES:
DUG CESAK, DB •!. L. WOOD, DH uera <H mic i'" i«
p LEW ALLEN, W. L. BELT, rteal of said Town of Canadian,
. FULTON, F. V, HUKLBUTT, ^ dfty of lyn
SMITH- . . n „ Fain G. Oiixock,
LOUGINS, Justice of the I eace.
J. L. BROWN, City Marshal.
Board m««ts on the second and fourth
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, Cointv ok Pittsburg—ss:
I, Fain G. Gillock, Cashier of the above named Hank, do sol-
emnly swear that tiie above statement is true to thu best of my
knowledge and belief. FAIN G. GILLOCK, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of June, 1911.
J. D. Fl'LTON, Notary Public.
Commission expires July 5, 1014.
W. L. BELT. I
Correct—Attest: M. W. PKIDDY, Directors.
1. c MILLION, I
For Sale—One complete hay
outfit, 1 baler, 2 mowers, 1 buck
rake, 1 sulkey rake. Also 200
acres of hay meadow for rent.
Geo. W. Moncrief. 121.
A LEAOIMli CALIFOHHIA URUCU ST
lJHHa<:ena. Cal., March 9, 1911
Foley and Co., Gentlenien: W e have
nold and recommended Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound for yearn. We be-
lieve it lo b« one of the nvjat effio'.ent
expeetorantH on the market. Containing
no opiates or narcotics it can be given
freely to children. Enough of the reme-
dy can be uken to relieve a cold, us it
hu>4 no nauseating results, and does not
interfere with digestion. Youra very
truly, C. II. Wind Drug Co., C. L. Par-
I sons, Sec'y and Treas." Get the origi-
nal F iley'• Honey and I'ar Compound
in the yellow package. Bunder I)ru>t C'i
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Tignor, J. D. Canadian Valley News. (Canadian, Oklahoma), Vol. 1, No. 33, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 20, 1911, newspaper, June 20, 1911; Canadian, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc273366/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.