The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1926 Page: 6 of 8
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•♦ RAVAGES OP VLV miL Malaria 1 If
EVIDENT IN TEX. RECORDS Sucildo 19
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Influenza was the most deadly! Meningitis — 12
_ ^ . J-— malady in Texas durini||S
T*'? "eddin«s fifteen years, according to static- Homicide - - 10
Two wedding ceremonies were, tics just compiled by the Illinois Pellagra — 8
piiformed this week by the Rev.; Bankers Life Association of Mon- Diabetes - 7
Jv. O. Fugate at the First Baptist mouth, 111., covering its death Tetanus 3
parsonage. The couples were: claims paid in that state. One Insanity 8
Unga G. Atkinson and J. W. death in every seven among til4? Measles - 8
Mathers, who were married last;company's policyholders in Tex.. Goitre 2
Sunday morning ; Hazel Buck ; n om 1911 to June 30. 1926. rs- Sunstroke 1
ner and N. E. Field were married suited from influenza. I Disappeared 1
Monday afternoou. j This large mortiality was due' All Other Causes 27
J chiefly to the "flu" epidemics of;
ARTHURS COMEDIANS, 11 I j 018 and 1919, the present death I
2-2j «fl0Sh! you hail a close cull! That
!•* i certainly was an awful accldcnt I" ««•
1.4 clatmoil the friend who had dropped
1.2 In at tiie hospital to call on the ban-
0.81 "Yes," lie replied dreamily; "but
0 4 thank goodness I (jot an oyi'ful of
rtV what I was looking lit before the car
V.i hit that telephone pust nii l I waa
,i knorkfil unoonsi'lous." — Cincinnati
"Why do you have your number on
HERE NEXT WEEif j-ate from this cause being muchj Total Amount of Claims n < 1 "Why?"
_ . I lower. j Paid Paid $1,215,523.50! «|t stump* it on ilio pedestrians so
starting Monday evening Ar-( Pneumonia came second on the Average Claim Paid -- $1,489.00; they can toll my car hit Vni."
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£W,nt of all claims paid in the state] it 'to We
!! „ i ?riSo ' i!r 1 «nd tuberculosis was a close Same people «ay talk u ctoeap.
Ire Moody Hotel Building. 1 A d But 'tla not aafa to believe thems
This i« afliH rn -> of th>,th,rd- wlth 98 percent. Cancer, ,ve known two ,lmpl# WtmU< .3,
1 nis is said to he on" ot tii> <tood fourth on th<? Ust with orJ niM~
strongest stock companies On the ranid heart di3ea9e> Accidenta &ni\ i To cost a man hi. freedom.
road, producing the latest plays disease of digestive system ty-
complete in every detail. Between i , .....
acts high class vaudeville is put; ,rlJor
on by artists, favorable mention
There were 19 suicides and 10
appearing in nearby newspapers' among the clai ns paid.
relatives to their specialties. I }P °nf ca/e a ° ™ 01!
The company carries a strong6 I,fe of * Policyholder who had
jazz orchestra and from the be- <disappeared and after the statu-
ginning to the end there Is not aifar-v seven >'ears wag ,e^ y de"
dull moment. I cl®£d dead-
The company will open Monday The tabulation, which covers
evening with "The End of the ™e fifteen years from the time
Trail" which includes comedy and; Association began to writs
strong dramatic climaxes. The! business in Texas, covered the
opening night ladies will be ad- Payment of 816 claims, totalling
mitted free when accompanied by' payments of $1,215,523.50, an av-
He—I know that yon love roe.
She—Then I can never marry you.
Slow for Nell
"Have you henrd a out Noll's elop
ing with her father's hn fulsome f'ronch
"Neither liuve I. I ,nn ler what's
generated by the plant. Lines are
to be built immediately to Tatar-
ora. and to a shallow water pump*
tag belt. They will be construct-
ed to other cities later. The cost
of the entire plant is to exceed
Stamford The West Texas in touch with
Chamber of Commerce has been ply was in excess of the J1
er to Mil thettaf'.IJJ
recently made/ its way 11
bumper cotton crop ot\
The chamber haa j.ut *
ate or other poisons *
"I admit that 1 should I It: a to
She—Because I liuve sworn never tc j mnrry."
aiarry a man who knows more timer MB w''y don'i y< « ? C'lin't you
a paid adult admission.
TAKING NO CHANCES
A woman went into a photographer's
to have her picture taken. While the
photographer was adjusting the cam*
era the lady wrapped a clothesline
around her skirt.
"You'll have to take that off,
madam " said the photographer. "I
can't take your picture that way."
"You can't fool me, young man,"
she said "I know you see me upside
down hi that thing."—Good Hardware.
Wife—The price of the alarm clock
was $1.50, but I got h discount, so it
only cost me 9S cents.
Husband—Yes, but you know very
well you could have got the same
thing at Brown's for 75 cents.
Wife—That may he. hut then
Browu'9 wouldn't have taken anything
erage payment of $1,489
The full table follows:
Death Claims in Texas, 1911 to
June 30, 1926
"I want Insurance for u frame sum
"Our Are rates are- -"
"I want Insurance against wood
find a wife?'
"Oh, yea; but no suitable father-In-
Organic Heart Dseases
Diseases Digestive Tract 55
Hosplt ble Host — Won't you have
some more duck. Miss Stommer?
Bashful Guest—No, thank you!
"Oh. do. Here's a nice little leg, Just
"I would like to marry your daugh-
"Go ahead, if you want to. Better
"Well, Bunk has retired.' He accu-
mulated a big fortune last year."
"He put In junk shops at all impor-
tant grade crossings."
West Texas Briefs j
Slaton—The Southwestern Bell
Telephone Co. expects to sptnd an
amount of $77,000 In new build-;
ing. new outside equipment, and
the installation of the new com-
mon battery system here soon.1
The completion of the new system'
is expected early in the new year.'
Alamogorda, N. M.—Work on'
the new power and light plant for'
this city has begun. C. M. Ein-1
hart of this city is to be manager
"f the new plant. A total of i
your old Radio Set
New Shipment of Batteries and Tube*.,
Complete line of Ever Ready Batteries.
11 jfjp Cunningham Tubes |j| 1 M
THE CANADIAN RADIO SHOP
JUST LIKE THE MEN
Mrs. Pigeon—You're a fine carrier
pigeon. I gave you a letter to mail
three days ago, and you haven't mailed
'It yet. . '
For Quick Sale at
a1 , One :l^pmt Bed Room Sui^^H|||
, One Small rug—Never been used
The above must be sold as the pastor
and family are returning to school. Those
interested call at the parsonage today.
The Guarantee To The Merchants Who Use
Gold Bond Saving Stamps
Ji*® C°8t of the stamps is more than cared for by the increas-
ed business we get j so then, this is advertising in which you as HI
**cr H*w* Dl11 ooara advertising, benefiting the merchant only*
See the Premiums on Dispby at
THE FAIR STORE
CANADIAN SHOE SHOP
DOWN TOWN FILLING STATION INDIVIDUAL SHOP
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Noble, Joseph M. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 9, 1926, newspaper, September 9, 1926; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125584/m1/6/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.