Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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Rooms to Rent. For informa-
tion see Bank of Canton.
Mrs. Frank Foe* is recovered
from a two weeks illness.
Don't forget the Monster Cele-
bration at Canton. July 4th.
Play safe bj taking Insurance
on lire stock. See S. R. Roth.
Best Hail Insurance in Okla-
homa to be had from S. R. Roth.
H. Rogers was in Canton, yes-
terday, looking for harvest
We want to trade subscription
for a young pig. Who will be
Miss Lulu Hamilton is spend-
ing the week with relatives at
O. W. Lemon an 'w • v'^.c*.
the Indian dance at Sage's camp
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mc Arthur
took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
BnronrG Twhce plenty of it,
at eleven and one-half cents, at
Wawtrd: A few choice farm
loans, 6 per cent.—T. C. Kjtoop.
Glen wood, Oklahoma.
Chas. H. Rogers was in Can-
tonment, Wednesday night, vis-
iting Isaac Senaca and family.
Mrs. L. B. Pettit is negotiat-
ing for the J. W. Milligan house,
back of the post office, for her-
self and family.
Our elevators are looking for-
ward to receipts of much wheat,
They expect to be started this
way next week.
Aetna Building sad Loan Association
•f Topeka, Ksns now ready to loan
money on Canton residence property;
See E Eugene Willis;
Joe Pawnee says Wichita is
higger(?)than Canton, but he
believes that the Cinton base
ball team can beat them playing
Mrs. P. Ewy, of Hitchcock, is
•pending a few days with her
daughter, Mrs. Rounkles, who
has been sick the past two
Henry Hopkins returned last
Friday from a two months visit
with relatives in southwest Mis-
souri. He also visited two weeks
with his brother at Lawton.
Had a good time and was glad
to get back to Canton.
Chester A. Duncan, and wife,
of Wellston, Oklahoma, is a guest
of his grandfather, I. H. Tem-
pleton, ex-postmaster at Bond.
They expect to stay a week and
then go to Colorado for the bene-
fit of Mr. Duncan's health.
The Arapahoes and Cheyennes
found out that Longdale were
trying to fool them as they
promised 4 beeves and are only
going to have one. Canton will
have one beef for each tribe and
they expect to stay at Canton
and celebrate and have a jnl
Because we would not stand
for the bull-dozing of our patent
house, the patent side of The
Record is minus this week. We
never would stand it to be bull-
dozed and never will. As soon
as we can make arrangements
with another house the patent
will be continued. So if The
Record is a little shy the next
two or three weeks you will
know the reason.
For Sale: A lease on a 160
acres of Indian lease land all un-
der cultivation, all fenced, best
of soil, good water. One mile
from railroad, church and school.
Rural telephone and rural fre3
delivery. A small house and
VTaf*f<v Also a complete
outfit of farming machinery and
tools and three head of horses.
Will sell property and give lease
to purchaser. Will sell crop if
desired. Call on or address. The
Record, Canton, Oklahoma.
The Day We Howl.
July 4th, Uncle Sam's birth-
day. the Orient will make rate
of one and one-third fare for the
Round Trip to all points within
250 miles. Tickets on sale July
3rd and 4th. Limit for return
J sly 6th.
T. E, Fullum, Agent,
A centrally located point of
attraction around which outside
i objects rotate produces centrifu-
| gal force; for illustration: We
will call Canton the central point
of attraction and all of the out
lying country and our little sis-
ter cities as the outside atoms to
come under this magnetic attrac-
tion. The result will be most
pleasing and realistic; the time
set for this experiment will be
July 4th, The Orient Ry Co.
has made a special rate of one
and one-third fare for the round
trip to all points up to 250 miles.
This will afford all lovers of the
beautiful and sublime an oppor-
tunity to visit the Peerless Prin-
ces on the Cavorting Canadian.
—T. E. Fullum, Meteralogical
Prognosticator for the K. C. M.
& O. Ry.
Canton 3, Fairview 2.
The above is the result of the
ball game at Fairview last Fri-
day. Canton went up to give
the Fairview a little practice and
was surprised to find them in
such good shape. Quite a crowd
of Canton's fans went along to
see the game and pronounce it a
good one. Fairview willl play
the Seiling nine at Canton July
and the game promises to be the
best of the season.
The Northwestern Oklahoma
G. A. R. Association will hold
their annual reunion at Lenora,
Dewey county, September 4, 5, 6,
and 7th. All comrades and Sons
of Veterans are cordially invited
to attend. Good grove and
plenty of good water. Tents,
wood and straw furnished free.
Steps will be taken to organize
Sons of Veterans Camps all over
northwestern Oklahoma. Come
and have a good time.
Bkn Vah Dyke,
Furniture and Wall Paper
takes a drop. We have a com-
plete line of wall paper and as
furniture and wall paper goes
together, we have ordered a car
of furniture and will be here in
a few days. Wait until our fur-
niture comes an4 get our prices
before you buy, we can save you
from 20 to 30 per cent on your
furniture and wall paper.
T. J. Talboy,
We want an agent at every
post office witltin 25 miles of Can-
ton to take subscriptions for The
Record. A liberal commission
will be allowed. If you can man-
age to put in a little spare time,
earn some money "on the side"
and give us a good substantial
lift, write The Record and we
will send sample copies and sub-
scription blanks. Write today.
Chas. Rogers and the editor
of the Record went to Canton-
ment Tuesday morning. We
found Supt. White and force all
busy and apparently happy. This
is a very busy time at Canton-
ment, the harvest is on and ev-
erybody had more business than
a cranberry merchant.
Ed Frazier went fishing in
Dead Man's lake, yesterday, and
got bit by a whale or some other
monster sea animal. We think
Eld will recover and dead fish
are reported to be floating on the
It is reported that a special
train will be run from Aline to
Canton the morning of July 4th.
Looks like they were all coming
here to see the Monster Celebra-
S. E. Colby, head salesman for
D. R. Thomas' Hardware, at Fair-
view, was a Canton visitor today.
He is well pleased with Canton
and may locate here.
The gyp mill will be running
with full force as soon as it is
possible to secure laborers. This
property has lately changed
E. E. Caley and A. A. Ballard
editor of the Seiling Messenger,
were callers at The Record office,
S. R. Roth is prepared to make
loans on Canton business and
residence property, built and to
The Orient gang is in Canton 1
putting in a platform to receive 1
cotton, brooin corn and like
PROGRAM IN PART.
10:00 A. M.
1:00 P. M.
2.00 P. M.
3.00 P. M.
4:40 P. M.
5:30 P. M.
6:00 P. M.
Music by the Canton Band.
Reading of the Declaration of Independence.
Speaking by Hon. L. E. Willis, Ex-Representative.
Big Basket Dinner in Beautiful Canton Park.
Baby Show; 1st prize, 83.00 in Photo* by Dunham,
2nd, $2.00 in Photos.
Elocutionary Contest For Girls.
Greased Pig Catch'em. Prize $2.50.
Climbing Greased Pole. Prize $2.00.
Sack Race, 50 yards. Prize $2.00.
Gun Club Shoot. 1st, $5.00; 2nd. $2.50.
Base Ball Game. FAIRVIEW vs. SEILING.
Horse Race, half-mile dash. 1st. $15.00; 2nd. $10.HO.
Indian Horse Race, 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $2.50.
Pony Race, under 14 hands, 1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00
Foot Race. 1st. $5.00; 2nd. $2.50.
Indian Parade and Dance.
Fire Works At Night.
At Canton, July 4th
TIME CARD-K . M. & 0.
No. S* Daily aaeapt £
No. a SoBdor oal?
CooMoetioaa mado with main Una at Palrrtaw
aad dr*w«tac Haaa at Wichita.
t. E. fullum. Afaat.
Everybody is busy in the har-
Fred Rice and Ira Noble went
to Canton, Tuesday, to get re-
pairs for their header.
Foud& and Tivoli ball teams
played ball at Fonda last Sat-
urday. Tivoli won.
Will and Fred Edwards are
helping S. N. Ratts through har-
Lee Moore was transacting
business in Cantonment, Tues-
Tom Jacobs is helping Fred
Ira Noble returned from Beaver
county last week. He says he
got him a 160 square acre of land
Fred Kaley. of Seiling, went
through Fonda, Sunday, r n his
way to Carlton.
Jake Bramwell commenced cut-
ting wheat Monday.
Fonda has a ball team now.
Challenge them and see what
they will do to you.
McKinster, Giles & Co. are do-
ing a rushing business since har-
vest began. Jack thinks maybe
he can afford to wear shoes after
harvest, or at least wash his
Forty-three tickets were sold
at Canton, Sunday, for the Ori-
ent excursion to Wichita. This
was double the number sold at
any other point between here
Cefic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy
Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the
This Yemedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
m«*y yean and know its value.
It has received thocxard? ef
testimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescribed by phy-
sicians with the most satisfactory
It has often saved life before
medicine could have been sent for
or a physician summoned.
It only coats a quarter. Can
a afford to risk so much for so
> BUY IT NOW.
J- W. BEALL.
C. R. WILLIAMS. W. R SOUTHWORTH.
ffirsb £tate ^anh.
Money to loan on chattel security.
We waat your
IP VOI I Want a
II I Vv LJ gy or Wagon
come in and look at one of the
best on the market, a
The old reliable stand-by; the
kind that will last a life-time
and then be an acceptable in-
heritance to leave your chil-
I handle everything in Shelf and Heavy Hard-
ware, Implements, Etc. If you oan be pleased I
will please you. Drop in any time and investigate.
B. B. CREAMER
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This it the season to beautify your homes.
To treat the outside, we have the best stan-
dard paints. For the inside decoration, we
have a nice line of
The kind that satisfies the eye and the
purse. Come in and see samples.
T• js TALBOY, Druggist.
S. M. BETSWORTH,
Contractor and Builder
RESIDENCES A SPECIALTY.
Reference:—Any business man in Canton.
Canton* - Oklahoma
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 21, 1906, newspaper, June 21, 1906; Canton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc175419/m1/4/: accessed March 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.