Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 25, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Canadian Valley Record
by c. s. Mcdowell.
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JtBSCRIPTION SI.M PER YfcAk
Cob tinned frost pace 4-
Bert Sumner returned Thurs-
day from Wichita where he sbip-
«d a car of cattle.
Mrs. Skein of Watonga came
Friday to see her old friend Mrs.
W. H. Hamilton.
For sate, some excellent white
seed corn on the ear. Inquire of
Joe Venn, ♦ miles south and 2
miles east of Canton.
Denny Marks of Clinton camt up
Sunday to see his best girl and
was welcomed with a post card
shower, receiving over fifty.
Mrs. J W. Gorgham of Chero-
kee arrived here Friday to visit
her husband the relief agent at
the Orient station. She return-
ed home Monday.
Roy Hadsell, brother of John
Hadsell of this city returned to
Norman Saturday to resume his
duties as teacher in the college.
Four car loads of stock were
shipped from here last Saturday,'
two by Kimball Bros, and two by
Kimball ami Kirkpatrick.
Chet Goode was in Canton
Friday. He said he would have
2000 bushels of kaffir to sell and
still there are people that say
that gou can't raise anythin in a
There will be 14 people from
Taloga take the train at this
point for Oregon on the 25th,
among them is Walter Parret
and family who are known to a
good many people around Canton
who wish them success in their
W. D. Wixen who lives west
of town hsd his little son badly-
bitten by a hog Sunday. The
child was playing is the yard
when the hog attacked him and
before they could get to him the
hog hsd mabe several cuts in his
leg. Dr. Padberg was summon-
ed and dressed the wounds.
Ji*i Wilson and wife of the
Eagle City country were in town
trading Monday. They are go-
ng to atend the State Fair at
Okla. City for a week and at the
same time visit Nick Garriet and
family who have lstely moved
to that plsce Jim also informs
as that he and wife are going to
visit their old home in Iowa a
little later in the fall.
Dr.Lumpkin who gave that in-
teresting lecture at rhe M. E.
church some time ago will lec-
ture here on the evenings of Oct.
13., 14., and 15. We are glad to
he able to make this announce-
ment as his former lecture was
received so favorably that the
people of Canton will be glad to
have an other opportunity to
hear him again.
160 acres grass land, all fenced
aad plenty of water.
320 acres grass land, all fenced
and plenty of water.
160 acre farm, 80 or 100 acres
in cultivation, some improve-
ments and good water.
A good home in Kansas City
to trade for a farm. This place
rents for $25.00 per month the
What have you for sale or
trade. Come and list with us.
Canto* A Rsalty Co.
At Record Office
COULDN'T SPELL IT HIMSELF ?
Amusing Story Rsiated hy StcrtUry *
Tumulty of a Former Member at •
Board of Education. *
Joseph P Tub alt/, secretary as ?
Praaldeat Wilson. latta of a formar *
member of the Jeraey Ctty board of ^
education who. upon a vlalt to one
of die spools took a raaiar from th« •
taeehcr a hand sad aMraaad the |
a .s.sis's«>«s«s s s s*s*s
The OUla c rl dlda*t
word, bat vae vtltog
Our car is gone but we still
have agood price on poultry.
Se will MY tlx Mbwiat prices sikjtcl t* ckiip
te take a
"Erroneous—eaa ear body elae spell *
WT tbe >M Mtor ashed toohlag over p
Other ebttdraa Med Soma spelled -
U vttb oae f. ethere *Hh two t'a. *
Still wrong Tbe ism her ef tbe board >
bad hie Ma Hngsr on tbe word, aad •
haew. He ivwd to f teacher ,
"Of eoaraa, aa'M, yea kao* ho* •
to apell Itr J
The tsecher bfaahed aad coafeaeed •
that, white she waa not familiar with f
the word, ahe would expect It to b* e
•polled aa It sounded—"e-gg-p-n." a
"Not famUUr with Ml" roared •
guardian of the pubile lnatruetloa
"Not fa Driller vttb it—It's right hers
in the booh!"
The teacher looked and saw lha
Craws to be empty.
Hens, per lb I.... She
Springs, per lb 9^c
Old Cocks, per lb 4c
Ducks, per lb 7c
Canton Produce Co. Canton, Oklahoma
s^i's«s'a-s-a 'e«a«e-a t a s«s s s's's a«
■s«s's s a-s*s«s-s s-a-s«a*s a«a«e
DR. W L. WARDELL
Calls promptly attended '
day >>r night
-&■ -s- -s- ■-?- ?-
Office* in Record Building and at|r
Star Livery Barn
H. A. MOORE
Physician and Surgeon.
Office first door south of Hanley Hotal.
Phone No. 10. Canton, Okla.
B. F. Haynie, O D.
"Yea. De Blood has been rid tug a
horse a great deal lately for tbe pur-
poee of reducing flash."
That ao? Haa it reduced bts weight
*No. Bet you ought to see the
Office at Surprise
Mew Perm Muete.
He waa a fellow of delicate organ
lea. When he beard a sound which Ir-
ritated him he leaped madly to hla feet
and rush from the room, or. If It
happened to be on the ground floor,
dived through a window aad landed ia
the flower garden.
Having been Invited from the city to
the country, he found himself sur-
rounded avery day by a family who
had doc the fainteat elemental Ideaa of
bow to aat soup He stood It two
day a. hla jaagttag nervea urging htm
every ussiest te rebellion. finally
the oMeet daughter of the house con-
fided to him her objeetion to her fa-
ther's habit oT eating soup la a loud
Live Stock Auctioneer
Make- at &agie t'ity Bank
'Pione mv expanse. Prepared at
anv tim«r to cry sales at home or
abroad. EAG1.K ^ITY, OKLA.
S. F. Brady Tom E. Willia
BRADY & WILLIS
Harr Bldg. Phone 68.
FAIRVIEW, - OKLAHOMA
The nervoua visitor, who thought
the father didn't have much on the
daughter In this respect, exclaimed:
"Loud eating of soup! He does at
eat it. Ha whistle* It!"—Popular Kafr
Baaed upon recent discoveries con-
nected vttb the application of new
chemical femulaa. Prof. Alexander
Sllvermaa. head of the chemical de-
partment of the Unlveraity of Pitta-
burgh. announced that developmeata
In the glaaa induatry In the future
will be as revolutionary as those In
the manufacture of steel in the paat.
-I believe that the chemist will
completely revolutionise the manufac-
ture of glaaa within the next M or II
years." Profeaaor Btlv
"aad that effects wO! be
which have never beea dreamed of.
At the same time, ^he coat will bo
reduced la many rasea, aad product*
which at prsaaat are wasted wffl is
H. «J. INbOW
Watch afcd Clo« k Rrpairing a
Specialty Organ and Sewing
KirM c'ass w..rMl*Satisfaction
1 ill* rant red.
N. Broadway, Canton.
A. F. PAUHERG
IMi\>ician and Surgeon
Sur *-rv and i is«*ase > ot Children
Officr t;p-Sta-irs over Residence.
Call* .Vended Day or Night.
Ph< nc No. 48 Ganton, Okla.
Why He Lingered.
"Weil, why are you loitering along
at this hour of the morntngf
aaked a policeman of a wilted looking
who waa cllaglag te a lamp
Meets everv Tuesday night. Visiting
-ire thtab way. eflaber." anawered Brethren invited.
Ike valliant on* "Taint that Tm j E.Lyons, SecreUry.
^ *° *** ^ F" Frank P. Bates N. G.U
frald of mj wita whan ahe turae mm ,
la the emergency daaa the ether
day. I aaked Maggie 8mith if ahe waa
good at a pinch."
"Well, bow did she aaewerr
"She pinched me"
/LP. II. H.
Striker—What's that f say? Tar
nSeppsd takta' tn waahta'*
Wife—Certainty I sve. I struck la
empathy «Uh yea aad yur nsatea.
Meeta every first and third Friday
Bights of each month. Visiting broth-
ers cordially invited te attend
In. H. Wisdom. W. M.
BAIBT Pews ALL. Sea.
When in need of anything in
the line of
Drugs, Medicines & Druggist's
call and see us. Our stock
Largest in Northwest Oklahoma, and we are
therefore better prepared to supply your needs.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Registered Pharmacist in Charge.
JOHNSON'S DR06 STORE
C. J. FRAZIER, MGR. MITOI, OKLAHOMA
Low Round Trip Rates
vi« ORIEWT Ry.
June. July, August, September
Chicago, 111. St. Louis, Mo.
St. Paul, Minneapolis. Minn.
. Alpine, Ft. Stockton, San Angelo, Texas.
Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Wash.
San Francisco. Los Angeles, Cal.
Ogden. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Denver. Colorads Springs, Colo. Buffalo, N. Y.
Washington, D. C. Detroit, Mick. Toledo, Ohio,
and many other points.
ThrMgh PiObm Steeper, Raasas City, Me. mi Alpiae, Tent.
For further information call on or write to
J. R. UEIIAI6E, Aft. Orieat Railway, Caatea, Rkla.
SMITH'S DRAY UNE
W. A. SMITH. Plop.
Hauling to any part of the city. Absolute satety.
Prlots reasonable, CANTON, OKLA.
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