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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
f y JLx * THE QUANAH TIMES s-m VOL. XXIX. QUANAH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, July 3,1924. No. 34. TAKES TIMES EDITOR TWO WEEKS TO SEE EVERYTHING AT AMARILLO PRESS CONVENTION; BUSINESS MEN COMING TEXAS PANHANDLE R^KESWONDEBFUL —J UTS IMPRESSION ON KNIGHTS OP THE ' lor the |>rodlcled advance. TYPEWRITER; TYLER NEXT WILL WHEAT GO ISTORES TO CLOSE STILL HIGHER?i HERE JULY 4TH Arthur Brisbane, editorial writer Quite a few stores in Quanah will oí international fame for the Hearst close July 4th regardless of whether syndicate of newspapers says the the town na a whole closes or not. price of wheat will go to $1.50 be- Others are waiting for "George" to i cause the Kepubllcau Party wants start and ¡r he does then they wlll.l I prosperity at this time to help elect etc., etc. their candidate to office. Mr. BrlB-; Other firms will not close due to! bane advances sonie other reasons the fa> t that their business is of I such nature that everybody needs Mr. Brisbane also says the Demo- their serv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
■: ws,v H THE QUANAH TIMES o July 3,1924. THESE GIRLS USE MIRROR IN TRAINING THEIR VOICES The mirror, an age-old aid to beau- ty, is also used to belp to "put a smile la the voice." In order to develop voice technique, telephone operators are taught to pratlce before a mirror bo as to bo able to study the action of the mouth, for a girl's voice is always a vital elusive part of her charm and to the operator is something more—her tel- ephone personality. The first objective of voice tech- nique is to make telephone voices uniformly distinct and clear, so as to do away with misunderstanding and repetitions. Efficiency, however, in not the only consideration. Conserva- tion of the voice is necessary to every operator, so that she can use it so skillfully, so sparingly and ho quietly as to be able to talk with the least effort, and prevent fatigue. It is at this point that the use of the mirror is acquiring good enunciation and speaking in a pleasent manner. One of the irfost important ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
July 3,1924. i <5 89 OOCJCSO 'JC.-JC-JO C3 ® ® THE QUANAH TIMES ■«, (J I a I • i if a 1 Í j COOPER, CHAMPION GOLFER, MAY PLAY IN QUANAH SOON On * nnorniiiK last week wUen the Texas professional golfista pre- caved to te; off in the chase for the Texas pro-champlonshlp—antl the right to battle in the National professional Golf association shoot —a few wiseacres in the ¡gallery bt'Kun speculating as to who would be the new champion. They could'nt see Cooper retain- ing his crown. It was pointed out that he was too young—that he lucked nerve—and that he would bréak under the strain if pushed closely. They are tsilt waiting for Harry to "brea." It's a safe bet that a dozen of so enthusiastic knockers of young Cooper are at present scratch- ing their heads, wondering what it's all about—and at the same time gaz- iiiK down on lean pocket books. For this kid—this inexperienced lad that lacked nerve—showed the gallery a few things Thursday. like a real (hampion—he came out of woods -play...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
a e ® © O O 0 © O O O o o o I i í ,1 V f ■ Jn & f# ® Page Four. THE QUANAH TIMES July 3,1924. THE QUANAH TIMES Formerly The Quanah Observer and American Published at Quanah, Hardeman County, Texas, every Thursday. Uttered at Post Office at Quanah, Texas, as second-class maiL matter, according to Act of Congress March 8, 1879. C. C. WOODSON, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, One Year 11.50 Off Again Back Again Two weeks have given the readers a nice long vacation from reading "our stuff" which doubtless has met with loud applause from every section. The force came in for considerable con- gratulations on the papers they got out especially the one last week when due to sickness Hank Yel- vington failed to show up and the paper was pub- lished and the regular work carried on which many folks will consider a vast improvement. In excusing ourselves for the long abscence we feel that a vacation to other parts wherein we find out what other folks are thinking and doing is worth ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
July 3,1924. THE QUANAH TIMES Page Five. t LOCAL MENTION Mr. itnd Mrs. Crit Clark, of Wa- ter Valley, were visiting Luther Clark last week. M.r. and Mrs. Crit Clark and Mr. and Mrs. D. Hughes left for Ca- nada Tuesday Tor a numth's lour. J. F. Baker and grand-daughter, Margaret Xeal, left Monday to visit in Claude, Texas. J. \V. Walk up, oí (¡oodlett, was in Quanah Wednesday visiting his son. W. I). \Valkup, and family. Mrs. \V H. Hunter, of Fort Worth, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Stev- ens, and mother, Mrs. (¡. N. Wil- liams. M.'ss Zelma Thornton left Sunday for Eleetru where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Summy. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. Holt, of Memphis, visited J. J. Cyrus and family Sunday. Miss Ola Standridge left Denver, Colo., Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Jack Lookingbill, of Memphis, vis- ited his grandmother, Mrs. Mackey, last week. Richard Spencer is expected to ar- rive tomorrow to Join his wife here, formerly Miss Ethel Frizzel. They will return to their hom...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
,¿ir' •" r"' ■ , v.. (?) Page Six THE QUANAH TIMES July 3,1924. c MIAN CUMI Wlfl#—Slie'u the worm la town! I ii told yesterday that she— Hubby— —said the same thing •bout you? THE LATEST MODEL m IN AND U0UJ THE CITY Tha shadow of suspicion has throws • man In the abado. ¡DESERVING OFFICER THANKS FRIENDS Ono of the commonest virtues Is hon- ■tjr that has never been tried out. You never can tell. Lota of excuses are not worth the trouble It takes to make them. "There's no placo like home," suys the Suburban Sage, "to the man who hasn't any. The devil doesu't cure how often we go to church on ¡Sunday If he cau get us the rest of the week. Never compllmeut a woman ou being graceful till you huve seen her alight from a trolley cur. It's too bAd the fellow who Is his own worst enemy Is so adverse to mak- ing friends with himself. The miin who looks dowu on his neigh* born is very much surprised when he linils that they don't look up to him. The Cynical Buchelor observes that love Is a cas...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
I i J" íuly 3,1924. .«3 © fe THE QUANAH TIMES O 0 o o cPage Seven. ,OWER PANHANDLE LOOKS GOOD; PLAINS IN FOR BIG YEAR AFTER RAINS O o t The tower Panhandle is the moat (prosperous looking section ot the -ntire section of country West of [port Worth is the opinion voiced by [iraveling salesmen who have trav- eled over the territory and yet the Lntire section is the most prosper- ous in the United States. The Fort IWorth Record says that according I;o a recent governmental report the most prosperous section of the U. |s. is the country west of Fort Worth. Our recent trip over the Panhandle |to Amarillo and down as far as Mibbock left us with but one opin- ion. ' The entire Panhandle is en- joying a fine year but the lower Panhandle lroks better." Wheat is rolling in at a rate that makes it look like a bumper crop ¡:nd on otop of that the rise in price has put millions of dollars into the jiockets of the farmers of West Tex- as. Recent rains all over the Pan- handle and around Quanah m...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Quanah Times — 3 July 1924
light.* THE QUANAH TIMES O?15 2 i e¡ v ■ .v m I I I -1 m '#*• - 1 r i •OC c pC • -M -Ofi -2 c u 2 % - oí) e £ 2 O 3 OQ £ •o •§ C c eS «I « 3 c *3 « CO K Hardeman County Has (Continued from Page One). ins of their Tribes. Chief Qua nah Park' r was a leader in all tribal affairs. HAH A County Court House and Square which in a Contest held by the F:<rm and Ranch was ad- judged ;lie prettiest in Texas. HAS Wholesale and retail «rocen dry goods, coal, feed, .«rain, garages, ¡«rvlce stations, oils and gasoline, bakery, laundry, ho- tels. cafes, hardware, gent's furnishing; ladies ready-to-wear, poultry, cotton buyers, large cot- ton comi'ess; variety stores two banks, whose deposits at times aggregate two million dol- lars; lumber yards: drugs, both wholesale and retail; jewelers: auto supplies: newspapers, hospi- tals. theatres, and many other business a. all working together to make Quanah a good town in which to live. HAS numerous Clubs, Lodges and or- ganizations whose every purpos...