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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

<■ '' •; ,f M THE CANADIAN RECORD. k.% VOLUME XXVI—NO. 38 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919 h SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR BIG CROWD WITH THE WOODWARDS BOOSTERS They came, they saw and they conquered. The trade excursion of the Woodward Chamber of Commerce arrived in Canadian un their special train as per schedule Tuesday evening , or rather they put one over on Cana- dian and beat us to the depot by an hour. All the "fussing" we did to prepare to give them a royal reception at the station was talent lost for they were traveling on central time (accord- ing to their watches) and as Ca- nadian is on mountain time our meal indicators were one hour behind those of the visitors. There was a big bunch of jolly boosters on that train, and their visit to the North Plains metrop- olis will leave many pleasant memories with us. Headed by their splendid Cowboy Band they couldn't help but win friends. The band was a fine organization and the boys played a large num- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

- MBSONAL AND LOCAL I We are pained to announce the ■ I death of Edward Bailey Kindel WOR. SALE—One Acme 12 foot on Tuesday. The mother, jMra. nearly new, will sell j Harry Kendal, is getting along .. Inquire at Humphrey store reasonably well. s«e Shaller. ttiu Hazel Kimbro of Bells, Ifecas, arrived in Canadian Tues- ok# evening on a visit with her mater, Mrs. R. L. Blanton, for the Special Sale for Saturday and Mandajr Only. Your choice of any Mtaaae or dress in the house at flk per cent discount. Just two dhjH only and no alterations The B. M. B. Company. Don't forget our Special Silk Sale, all plaids, plain and striped pieces in short lengths offered at less than we can buy them whole- sale. Have a good assortment. The B. M. B. WANTED AT ONCE—two young The Griffith picture, "The Birth of a Nation," played to a large audience in Canadian last Wed- nesday, both at the matinee and at the night show. This was one of the finest pictures ever shofrn in this city and everybody pro- Mae*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

>w V pray Irrow- fence, >itter )ERS Sagle Post and su fa- vour SA. tut !l mmm !!!K I •i-iiii'1' ..! I, ^ inn i SpiiiSSL I r.• Cool, Clean Milk— Milk must be kept cool and clean, or it will sour. Creameries pay for cool, clean, sweet milk. The concrete milk-house will protect your milk and other dairy products because concrete is clean and easy to keep clean. Drop in and get concrete milk-house plans free ■LUMBER 'PHONE 112 THE TURN OF THE WHEEL Quite a crowd turned out last Thursday night for the "No Ac- cident Week" rally at the Santa Fe Reading Room. Short talks along safety lines were made by Messrs. Farley, Block, Damerell, Schultz, Meyers, Perkins, Lewis, Loomis of the Canadian Record, and a number of others we don't recall. Mrs. Jim Spiller and Mrs. Clay Allen favored the audience with charming vocal solos, Prof. Harold Bellows slipped over the opera "II Trovatore" at the piano and the Jazz Twins played several selections. The object of the rally was to arouse interest i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

If: L' . V & ml SH BmTT ■P' SPECIALS No. % Tomatoes per dozen $1.50 No. 2'/z Tomatoes per dozen $2.10 No. 9 Tomatoes per dozen $2M No. 2 Corn per dogen $1.80 No. 3 JsSweet Potatoes per dozen $2.9Q No. 3 Hominy per dozen JW.80 NO. 2 Chum Salmon per dozen Teaches per gallon gflc Apricots per gallon 75c Apples per gallon - —- 60c **No. 16 ^hite Karo — dsc Large Crisco *200 12c Navy Beans 13c Lima Beans Pinto Beans 8 l-3c Macaroni Post Toasties 20c Washington Crisp 18c Ginger Snaps Krispy Crackers ^0c Health Club Baking Powder 20c OUR MOTTO: "Quick Sales and Small Profits" GROCERY iieciiiiiiii Kim Published every Thursday at Ca nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOO MIS Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class ■ail matter. Miss Abbie Hevron, who has been a member of the Record force for six months, went to Oklahoma City Saturday to visit for some time and act as brides- maid at the wedding of a friend. 'Cap" Mitchell, editor of the Shattuck Monito...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

,J~ V T V>,'-.'<5 "m-r PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allison were Canadian shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Annie Daniels, who is at- tending summer normal at Can- yon, spent the week end in Cana- dian. PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. P. J. Damerell has ac- cepted position as saleslady at the Fair Store. Mrs. Chas Tubb has as her guest her sister, Mrs. David Switzer. ft Ready for You are not ready for harvest unless vou have your Collars and Collar lads Iflforks Water Kegs An Iceless Cooler Water Bags Chisels and Punches Rivets and Brads Cooking Vessels j Dishes, We ha\e what vou want. CANADIAN PERSONAL AND LOCAL Try a want ad. Sam Earhart was transacting business in the city Saturday. Bennie O'Fallen was the guest of friends in Canadian Sunday. M iss Annette Mosley spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Glazier. Miss Grace Reed of Gem was visiting in Canadian the latter part of last week. Miss Delia Largent spent sev- eral days last week with her par- ents at Gageby. Would someone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

lis iSfe The jF# O. G. Groceries V' AT THE CASH GROCERY 1 ■ ;j f ; ' ■ ! . ; j ' ' ' •. V Are goods that you will like well enough to give us repeat orders. Try them once. Prices are right. . Wwant your trade and want you to call and fee our stock of goods and get our prices. The Panhandle A GREAT TRANSCON- TINENTAL HIGHWAY The annual convention of the Dallas-Canadian-Deriver Highway Association held at Ardmore, Oklahoma, June 10th and 11th, authorized the officers to extend the organization of the highway from Dallas to Galveston and from Denver to Portland. The conven- tion adopted a uniform marker to be placed along the entire high- way. W. A. Palmer, secretary and general manager of the D-C-D, in speaking of the highway move- ment said: "Prom information at hand, I am quite sure that every mile of the D-C-D between Dallas and Denver will be a first class road by the date of our next annual convention in Hobart, Oklahoma, about the 15th of May 1920. The people along our highway a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

mmm )19, tify jss- the ure 11L ei& irt: of of xes "ol- ws, .*4 1.20 !.77 1.72. LIST OF LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON (Continued from page 6) 31,1919, I :< *> i) ..69 M5 .91 .00 .05 .11 ;o .64 4. \ i+ II Hoover, Ed, Canadian, lot, S. W. V\ blk 14, total taxes $2.49. Alosley, Mrs. Anna, Glazier, lot 1, blk. 48. total taxes $2.19. Picrson, J. A., Glazier, lot 12, blk. 1, J. F. J., total taxes $3.85. Phtnis, S. A., abat. 193, cert 3532, surv 71,B-41 H. & T. C. E Vi, total taxes $30.66. Priest, J. S. Canadian, lots 2-3-4, Shaller, total taxes $23.92. Shelton P. L. abst 1009,, cert. 620, surv. 12. B. A-2, H. & G. N. NVss ^ total taxes, $54.56 ®hoaf, L, abst. 286, cert.3226, surv 77 Canadian. Shoaf, L., Canadian, lots 7-8, blk 25, O. T. Shoaf L. Canadian, lots 17-18-19-20, blk 6, O. T. Shoaf, L., Canadian, lot 11, blk. 5. C Mc, total taxes $38.11. Shoaf, P. A., Canadian, lot 10, blk 2, J. B. total taxes, $19.64. Smart Geo. A. abst. 833, cert. 3564, surv 136, B-41, H. &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 26 June 1919

1 He I | !V* )'■ COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEBY GLEANINGS Wright called on Mrs k Saturday. Mia. Wright called on Miss May ■taker Wednesday afternoon. ■as. L. L. Dent called on Mrs. fMeher Hennington one day last Mr. Igo and wife spent Sunday bis son, Clarence Igo, of Zy r. and Mrs. 0. S. Hennington Saaday supper at the Barker Mrs. Hennington and Mrs. Igo writod Mrs. Iva Hennington llsnday. •Mrs. V. L. Cunningham called 4 Miss May Barker Monday afternoon. Mrs. Steen and daughter, Mary, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Iva Heitaington. Win* Ross; and wife and F. C. JBmsi and .family took Sunday din- Mr at John .Wright's. ■•Mr. Largent and family attend- ed an ice cream supper at Warren Vance's Saturday night. Mrs. Johnson and her ' daugh- ters spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Swanson of Zybach. A large crowd attended the singing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ross Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Grant and family and Mr. Burrell and wife were Sunday visitors at Mr. Carruth's. Miss Hest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

K5S y % • ;nce in Ca- and bath. V. Ellzey. KNESS owers of eak. It is H for your te body. er weak- sistance— often. l.N.J. 19-7 0, die er. nt. J* I > t THE CANADIAN RBOOifcD. VOLUME XXVI-NO. 39 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1919 SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR WORLD WAR WHICH BEGAN, IN 1914 OFFICIALLY ENDS WITH ACCEPTANCE Versailles, June 28.—Germany and the allies and associated powers signed the peace terms here today in the same imperial hall where the Germans humbled the French so ignominiously forty-eight years ago. This formally ended the world war which lasted just thirty- seven days less than five years. Today, the day of peace, is the fifth anniversary of the murder of A chduke Francis Ferdinand at Sferajevo. The ceremony of signing the peace treaty was brief. Premier Clemenceau called the session to order in the hall of mirrors of the chateau of Versailles at 3.10 (lock The signing began when !>■ Hermann Mueller and Johan- na Bell, the German signat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

■BKSdpENT TELLS BELGIUM OF AMERICA'S ATTITUDE Emssels, June 19.—In his ad- fei before the Belgian cham- ter - f deputies, President Wilson nsu'd in part: "The enemy committed many mfongea in this war, gentlemen, So£ ih'i initial outrage was the fundamental outrage of all. They, that insolent indifference, wafated the sacredness of treu i ?s. They showed that they <iut uc t care for the honor of an,v They showed that they ifrtf not care for the independence «f Any nation, whether it had raw.fcd its hand against them or sot: that they were ruthless in thai* determination to have their whim at their pleasure. There fore, it was the violation of Bel- jgivm that awakened the world to 1realization of the character •f fcl ,o struggle. "A very interesting thing came mi' of that struggle, which seems xJiykmt like an illogical conse- ttnenvo. One of the first things Skat the representatives of Belgi- an kid to me after the war be- ,©* was that they did not want neutrality guaranteed. They ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

I d tfer ds E Clearance fHHf Summer Mlwis in Voiles, Silks Geor- gette, T affetas, and Ginghams, in Ladies and Misses at a reduc- tion of 20 per cent will be inaugurated, Satur- day, July 5th, lasting until July 19th. We have an unusually nice line of pretty sum- mery, cool, sensible dresses in good sizes and shades which we prefer to offer you now while you need them. Every number is new and practical and this season style. You will not find a shoddy style in the line.We don't sell them. DISCOUNT OFFERED 20 SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JULY 5th, LASTS UNTIL JULY 19th. Truly a sale worth the trouble to visit \is. PHONE 105 mam imiiiiiijji 11 li{|i 11 ii 11 ,i Cool, Clean Milk— Milk must be kept cool and clean, or it will sour. Creameries pay for cool, clean, sweet milk. The concrete milk-house will protect y our milk and other dairy products because concrete is clean and easy to keep clean. Drop in and get concrete milk-house plana free 'PHONE 112 - AN INTERESTING LETTER 1 ROM HATT1E RATHJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

Jjr i !r 2'. : ' r I \ m THE CANADIAN RECORD Published every Thursday at Ca- nadian, Hemphill County, Texas. L. P. LOOMIS——.. Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ca- nadian, Texas, as second class mail matter. Yes, Pete, your old crowd will sometime scare up a pint from some bootlegging source, but the boys and young men will not learn the taste and some day the old army of fellows who believe that the only way to kill germs is to drown them with alcohol will have passed along the way and there will be no new army of whiskey topers to take their places. The treaty has been signed, the war is over in Gray County, every- body is busy watching the other fellow harvest the Panhandle' wheat crop, and the old crowd on the corner is putting in good time planning "How in the Sam Hill" they are going to be able to get a pint occasionally of Hill & Hill after prohibition is a nation wide law. The editor of the Hollis Tribune is a bum nature faker. He should get a few South Plains excha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

PERSONAL AND LOCAL W. C. Barber, the hustling Gem merchant, was in Canadian for merchandise Monday, and he called at the Record office to se- cure a new supply of stationery. PERSONAL AND LOCAL E. (I. Lylenvrites us from Parks- ville, Missouri, to change his paper from our city list to that place, having recently moved there. SATURDAY SPECIAL Plain White Cups and Saucers A REAL BARGAIN SET, $1.29. GERLACH'S VARIETY STORE Shop I'ine Bool'! ' larncs> and Saddle repairing. Boots and Shoes made to order. I',\ pei't work men ; courteous treatment. \\ e appreciate vour business. All work strict!v cash. PERSONAL AND LOCAL J. E. Lewis and family have moved to Wichita, Kansas. Otto Yoklev was looking after business in Canadian Tuesday. I). M. Warren, representing the Amurillo Daily News, was in Ca- nadian this week. Captain An'ington was greet- ing friends on the streets of our fair city Tuesday. Mrs. Lester Reed and her chil- dren are visiting at the Nelson Reed home near Gem this week. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

m . I 'r; rk 111 ffi it :■ ■ P [\a \ I NOTICE, EAGLE SUBSCRIBERS All persons taking the Eagle from carrier must call at the Post Office News Stand on the 1st and 15th of each month and pay sub- scription if you don't want your paper stopped. Respectfully, 36 4tc. VON RHEA. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OP' TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Hemphill County—Greeting? You are hereby commanded to Summon G. H. Avers and wife Sarah B. Ayers; and their un- known heirs; Harold A. Simms, and his unknown heirs; E. C. Ay- lor, and his unknown heirs; L. L. Adams and his unknown heirs; by making publication of this Cita- tion once in each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some news- paper published in your County, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the 31st Judicial District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a news- paper published in the nearest District...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

I J.ST OI' LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31,1919, ( Continued from pa;;e - 1, blk 4, Shaller tatal,. j . s'cr, I'M. Canadian, lot, S. \V. 1 , blk I I. total taxes $2.40. Mostey, Mi's. Anna, Glazier, 1< i I, Silk. ■ 1 ,S. total taxes $2.11). I'. rson, J. A., Glazier, lot 12, 1,1k. 1, J. K. total taxes $3.85, r nis, S. A., abst. 1:93, cert surv 71,15-11 II & T C E 1 ■> total taxes $30.66. Priest, J. S. Canadian, lots 2-3-1, Shaller, total taxes $23.92. <"• eiton 1'. L. abst 100'.),, cert. 620, .surv. 12. B. A-2, li. & G. N. N ! •_• total taxes, $54.56 af, L, abst. 2JjG, cert.3226, surv 77 Canadian. S:, at', L„ Canadian, lots 7-8, blk 25, 0. T. Sr. af L. Canadian, lots 17-18-19-20, blk 6, 0. '}'. Shoaf, L., Canadian, lot 11, blk. 5. C Me, total taxes $38.11. S:\oai', P. A., Canadian, lot 10, blk 2, J. 1-5. total taxes, $19.64. Smart Geo. A. abst. 833, cert. 3564, surv 136, B-11, li. & T. ('. Smart, Geo. A., abst.226, cert. 3565, surv. 1:57, B-ll, 11. & T. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 3 July 1919

igjjiii ■ ' I 'iWiv • •' I ^fet- i, COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE GAGEIiY GLEANINGS Kits Hennington is on the sick 3wt this week. Mrs. Hennington called on Mrs. Jft&UBon Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Steen palled on Mrs. !«.% Hennington Friday. Mrs. Wright and children spent Wednesday with Mrs. Igo. X. S. Largent and family took Sunday dinner at F. A. Ruby's. Mr. and Mrs. Beal called at F.W. Betnoington's Sunday afternoon. ifr. Maylield and wife were JWonday visitors at the Moyer feme. Miss Hazel Heed of Canadian is visiting a few days with Mrs. Kalph Uuby. Tom Barker went to Canadian Tuesday to bring back a new tank and windmill. Mrs. Mayfield went to Canadian "Tuesday and Friday to have dental work done. Mrs. Willingham and Mrs. Nei- ghbors called at the Barker home Saturday afternoon. Miss Hazel Heed and Mrs. Ralph Ruby called on Hester Ruby Thursday evening. O. S. Hennington and wife, and Jim Steen and family took Sun- day dinner at J. H. Steen's. Mrs. Hennington and Opal and Mrs. Johnson and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

✓ ' ill II i THE CANADIAN RECORD. VOLUME XXVI—NO. 10 CANADIAN, HEMPHILL COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 THE YEAR AUTO ACCIDENT AT HORSESHOE BEND An automobile accident on the D-C-D Highway seven miles south of Canadian and near Horseshoe Bend Sunday afternoon resulted in severe injuries to Mrs. Pearl Connley who was driving the car. Her left leg was broken below the knee, both bones being fractured, and she receivd a concussion of the brain which rendered her unconscious, and on 'Wednesday she had not recovered concious- ness and her condition was very- critical. After the accident Mrs. Connley was taken to the Sanders road grading camp, about four miles from Canadian and Dr. New- man was called to attend her. The car was a complete wreck. Mason Davis of Miami was the owner of the car and he wont Sunday into Wheeler County after Mrs; Conn lev and Miss Sanders FOURTH AT ANVIL LAKE The Fourth at Anvil Lake Park- was enjoyed by a large number of folks, and v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

M ..ssSP1 Wt Tf THE TURN OF THE WHEEL ]& C, S. Ffaytiie, former division storekeeper, who has been in France during ttie past year, is sow back oit (lis old job with John Santa Fe, relieving Hee, who will atick aroun' indefinitely, doing shares around the dump. Well, Mr. Willard has cyme an'| went. What was touted to be one] the ring's greatest battles '■ turned out to be the biggest joke; thai- has been pulled on the Ameri- can public in a long time. Opinion around the railroad works was' generally in favor of the biy hunk of clabber, with a sprink- ling of Dempsey enthusiasts, while about the same difference opinion prevailed uptown. iRiiiftoide reports received here •jusi. before the fight stated that the big hunk came onto the plat- form and looked all over the crowd ■with a broad grin splitting his inar>. Well, it was laughable, and the big hunk will always be glad thai- be saw the crowd before the Ifigfii, for he had nothing but star- light: to see by when the wildcat m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

I 1 H r I' t* MINER THINKS W. S. S. REST INVESTMENT Dawson, Youkori, July X. With a polk of gold dust as big as a cab- bage, a buckskin shirt clad minor from the creeks to the northwest stalked into the postoflice her a few days ago. He placed the bay; glittering mineral on the coun- ter and called the postmaster. "I've got $G,214 worth of dust here," he said. "I want some reg- istered War Savings Stamps in- stead. They're easier to tote around, nobody can steal them, and besides, I see by your sign that they bring a good rate of in- terest. Then they help the gov- ernment, so they're the investment for me. 1 know that when 1 want my money I can get if back with the interest it has earned on ten days' written notice." The postmaster did not have that many War Savings Stamps on | hand at the moment, so the miner waited in town for a few days | until they could be sent for, bought them, registered them, and deposited them with one of I the local banks. In the United 'States, only $1,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Record — 10 July 1919

If HOME SEPVICE WORK GROWING SALVATION ARMY PLANS TO DOUBLE WORK IN SOUTH- WESTERN DIVISION SHARE M/THE VICTORY SAVE FOR YOVR. COVNTRY 1F55] SAVE FOft YOVRSELF || - 4— $ // BVY WAR^SAVINGS STAMPS 1 w,\ V *1+ KeU CoH>r\. CHARTER NO 6826 RESERVE DISTRICT NO .11 V REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At I Jaun&dian hi the State of Texas, at the close of business on June 30, 191 k.'itl M. KESOLRCES OLipattw und discounts, including rediscounts $ 382,392.86 Total Loans Overdrafts, unsecured U. S, iinnds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000.00 L:. S. and certificates of indebted it1.-.;s pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or bills payable. 15,000.00 Povni LI. S. Bonds - ... Lib M ,y Likui Bond ■, : 4 and 41 i per cent, «;(pied>red 6,050.00 SaicH.y Lo.ui tiorids, 4 and I1 , per cent, tsUid(j'ed to secure State or other deposits. oi" bill' payable ■ oilier than U. S. Bonds ' not including i uvned unpledged . ..... 1,1.01.21. 1 I.! ' S I'u...

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