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CANYON CITY NEWS. SEPTEMBER 4 190B.
OPENING OF THE GOOD CLOTHES
Season for Fall
with such a fine line of goods as we have ready for you, is
like cutting: a fine, big melon; everything in it is good, and
there is enough for all of us.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
have made for us the best line of clothes we have ever of
fered our friends. There are a lot of new fabrics; and the
new colors are as varied and attractive as ever. Browns
are again a notable feature; tans and grays are very prom
inent. New models and new kinds in style; you'll find
what you want, well show you the right things.
We'll show you all sorts of good things to wear besides clothes;
shirts, neckwear, hats, dress goods and all the rest.
All we ask is a chance to show you what we have. The price will be right.
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K. A. refold is in Nebraska.
U. A. On-sham of this city,
spent Sunday at Hereford with
Mr..l. M. I'.!:i'-kl'ii last Mm-;
day night for a visit with friends
and relatives at Cordc). Ok.
John Oranford I f t last Sunday
iur ( 'oi'd-iJ. k.. wlit.'i'. will
:tl-nd school the n x t t' -!u.
I. W. Mc'liiH' and family have
r-t timed from a week's visit
it h liis fat her ,:: d brothers at
Mrs. 'J'. K.'id and hef sis-t.-r.
Mrs. M. .. II. id. left Wed
i.esday for I J - -cford. where they
will visit fur several days.
Mi-s Nolle r;illiiti,i, of Por
tales, has arrived and is ready
for her coming year's work in
t!ie public sehoojs of this eity.
That ilrii' store has changed
hands again. .Joe foster lias
bought out his brother, l. K.
poster, and will continue the
Miss J -lowers of I'rineetol),
Mo., arrived last Monday and
will have charge of the millinery
department f the Canyon City
Supply 'ompany store.
H. P. Nhel ,f JJunningwalor.
was a caller at tiiis otlico last
Monday. Mi-. I shell was on his
way to I'ampa. where he goes on
business. H- was ery favoia
i ly impressed wilh ihe appear
unci' of our town and says that
it must I lilled with hustler.
L. T. Lester left Monday af
ternoon for a business trip to
Kev. I). M. Hawthorne goes to
Dinimitt, Texas, next Saturday,
where the Methodist and Pres
byterians have agreed to unite int,lis week-.
a nrotraeted meeting. Kev. A.! Mrs. A. L. Link
P. Iynvory will do the preaching
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. I-ster
have returned from a month's
visit with relatives at I'lainview. I
I). A. Park, cashier of the
First National Hank of this city,
made a business trip to Kinma
His friends will regret to learn
that I. L. Hunt, cashier of the
Canyon National Panic, has not
been well for the past few days.
He is not seriously sick, but is
not able to be at his place of bus
nesS. .Jim Plack left last Monday
night for W'eatherfonl. Ok.,!
where he will re-enter school for
the coming year. .Jim Mtonded
school there last year and made
rjuite a record in studies as well
as in football and baseball.
Mrs. M. T. Hawkins left Wed
nesday for her home at Midlo
thian, alter .spending the sum
mer with the family of her son,
Rev. M. K. Hawkins, in this eity.
This is the seventh summer
that Mrs. Hawkins has spent "n
the J Mains, which goes to show
that she likes our climale very
Mrs. .J. .J. Thames, of Taylor,
accompanied by her daughters,
Misses Oraco, Arleo and Mary,
and her son, .Joe, is in the city,
the guest of her brother, W. O.
Ponnett, having arrived last Sat
urday. Thisisthe first trip that
Mrs. Thames has made lo our
county, but she likes it so well
that sin- will endeavor to have
her husband come out and locate
here. She says thai the climate
here is superior lo lhat. of ihe
mountains of Colorado in the
arrived in the
city this week from Colorado
Springs, Colo., where she had
been spending the summer. Her
home is in Pallas, but she will be
with the office force of the Har-
rison-Oarrison Co. in this city!
from this time on.
C. P. Shelnut of this city,
drove down to the (Via neighbor
iiood last Saturday, bringing
back with him his wife, who had
been visiting relatives thi-e for
about a week-. To The News re
porter Mr. Shelnut slated that
d urine; the entire eleven years
that he has been living in this
country he has never seen as
much feed crops either in the
amount of yield or the number of
CO. McCance, editor of the
Oklahoma Kntcrprise, at Mutual,
Okla., was in the city last Mon
day and made a call at this office.
He was on his way home from
I'lainview. where he has been on
business connected with some
lands which he owns in that
country. Mr. McCance was in
our city some years ago and to
The News man, while hen.- this
trip, staled that he was surpris
ed at Ihe remarkable growth of
the town, remarking that most
of the substantial growth and
building had been made within
the time since he had first boon
here. e also said lhat if he
ever left Oklahoma he certainly
oxpc -te l to move to t!i Panhandle.
WK provide an absolutely safe place to
deposit your money.
WE are not an experiment but a grown,
really existing reality.
WK return your money (ill of it) on
WLare prosperous as well as progress
ive and M Kli IT WINS.
WKgive you the best of service as the
result of long experience.
WK do not mimic, or meet, but create,
originate and raise.
WK have the largest capital, surplus and
profit account of any bank in this
First National Bank
Rev. A. Ihmann, missionary
for the Oorman Lutheran
churches of the Plains, has locat
ed in Canyon City, hav.ing engag
ed rooms with Mr. .1. W. McPor
jnan. He comes from Perry
House and Lots For Sale.
At a largain, a new live-room
house. (Jool barn and other im
provements, within three blocks
of public square in Canyon city.
If interested see News man.