Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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CANTON, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLA., FEBRUARY 10, 19'6.
Those pertect in a t.ml.nice
last month w re: .1. n CJose,
Joe Le i h i n _, Uelb. rt Mint-r,
Emerv Moor. , Aunur Procknau,
Jotin Srader, 11 z* 1 Bp- I., ni -
da Funk, • meiu.i K Kim.'*-. ^ in-
a(urd Citiuff' >, iiiU i a ti • Ss1 o vi,
Mineiva Huffman, Lucie Hardy,
Wauniia Licuran^e Lena Leih*
sing, Fein Aia .er, Vnnie sin*,
Jean Weils, bernice tjioves, Lu-
ella McVd\, sainune auocuiaki r,
Lauretta K opten*tine and Mary J
Maxiue Mai ker.
We are reauing N«*xie bunnie
in Mani eis-Land this week.
Kex fc4st■ n was aiivnt 'iuvs
day on account of iichiuss.
jmcount of M.-VnesS; . cr„sini!„n,.tka in.lH. ...t, |
■ r W" e which " "«
jfrom'tlia. qua.ter W «U,1
m,r ,i'- here, increasing competition and
• in went is now 68. , ren jftlifti inur prices, Pi a were
- c,ci c • ^iris ,,f veiling ext. < tiijcih in Bulla o lasi
, |>ti i ji hill sew-
x m very good
, - w ■ i • in-ule
P„r..l ed i.
B'7 h =•■ ■;
i . 1 i
hi' 1 '• hi
selling ext. - biKh ' ° ,asl
week, account ot shortage, henCe .
:a better market here. Complaint 1
I has been made that more than I
1 the usual percentage ol medium 1
! to comni"n lights were included ,1
| in the list week. Prospects aie
i favorable to seller i.
K ;i '.s:« * Citv StockYards. j ^ Rickakt,
February 7, 1916. • Market Correspondent,
i m.uk t advanced 15 m ,
<UM of Advertised Letters.
A list of the letters remaining
uncalled for at the Canton Post
Ti- C t
to 25 c n s <.'st wtek
J] r. • • *. The supply to-
d.< > .- 13'>00 i.e-'.d, containing
; i rg ie cent ot beet cattle.
Second uraite is reeling the
story of Little tiali Chic* thin J
Daisy Waggoner is out of ot!
school on account of sickness.
Eva Ma one entered 1st graae ^
Monday ^ kinds, ows a shade lli«h. r. Best
Cemadine Moore entered first S ,, ts heie sol-i «;t $8 65, and
grade Monday. she h.«d been at- s, ,ne o m< u> sieers, 18U0 lbs.
tending tue O^oene school. av r '?e, . n tin* oxen outer, sold
Leoti , .iaudy M.llle« e«-!;.. U>, "I ,be b,rf steers
tend scl.k.1 ..«« iron. O.kwoo,l. -7 -SB • .,ws ,ml he.fers,
" 11 it• i, stronger on
b'loytl G.uit -ii .... ... . p.cin.j houses'
from iheEarfl.- C.tv su.o. . ^ ^ iia„ allyth«nK to
h ; ovr; from 'he previous
ve k t. tit-ic- heavy cows are
w ';•=!. vii> i' ^7. muldle weiglit
iiui 11. s11 $5 5U t4! 25 t() 50
j veals $8 !..*.<> 50 btocker and
i feed< r offer i ^si luded a string
The following pupils were j of u, • < o c •.■ i- Colo™ do stock-
neither abs ou nor t -rdv during! or* v i^hi-iL- / "« "> • :tl 3>7.35. i
the tourtn montti; Bonnie and a <i ^>m.- [<■ d t o orados. «>00 lbs.
Nel'ie Acre, Lester Evans, Uun-jat«.!m. ot tne Stock steers
a>d Kiovt s, Claude Huffman. (25, tee.,, rs rn' 0 to *7.3a,
Wa\nv- .:.V. , lv.u; <'ev. rs. i in • • • se c -isses up
Norah t Uei*. lieu Bate^, ! t. ' - 7 75 lo-a contributed a
Glads* Aar'.aiess, -le.oie audi
Maggie BedweW Bfs<- l":ke,
Opal tioodman, l>« ris ilernns,
Bertha, Ella and Ethel Sink, Al-
ma Swift, Blanche Srader. Mary
Waggmer and Kutli Willis.
Viririni^ Tucker enrolled in
the tovirih i;ia.i- N,on:a\.
cent ot oeel came, -
o'ljron all Office January 31. 1916.
- I Bond, Mrs. Delta
Davis, Miss Bonnie
Dawes, Mr. Willie
Ralston, Mr. Corbit
Sisser, Miss Winifred (2)
Richard, Mr. Dic>t (2)
Hill, Mr. Otto
Stewart, Mrs. R. L.
Stewart, Mr. R„. L.
fair mi ii a , >t steers m-
cluneti t 5'. -t lo $7 25, she stuff
. to tiilfers ai-.: lor the country at
i$5.2o to ;6 75. Chicago had a
; jrni.il ru-i and leported weak pri-
I c>'>. and the upward irenti of the
I market ii s brew temporarily
| h.t'.'.-d by i! • fail 1 v liberal sup-
Glen Sur has returned to!
school af er several days absence
The lourtb gia.is studying
the larm ciops of the United
Gertie Ktopb ustine was ab-
Vir ;i St'-vens h. s quit schot.l
to to ti «v r c uiity.
t>,\ , il fund'.I'day. Ot course,
futuie market wilt depend on
\olum. >.f tlie receipts, the bal-
ance t < inu in Iavol sellers
last week, bui sIik'11') otller
way tod . \
llo,s .re apiwrentlv well en-
tr.-uc: d ;n-1 under S8, attenu ts
o •.,«• > if., s having only
,.t." i > tT.ct. Receipts to-
Stewai t, W • K.
Steele, Will R.
Richardson, H. C.
SuHow, Frank H.
Reeder, D. O.
Snyder, W. F.
Lower, Mrs. M. M.
McVey, R C.
Moser, H. C.
When calling for above please
K. S. Burns,
The large and attractive new
Fashion Book from Victor La
dies Tailoring Co. of Chicago,
has just arrived, and the beauti-
ful styles and materia! shown
will be feure to greatly interest
Come and enjoy the pleasure
and advantage of selecting your
new Spring Suit or other gar-
ment from a complete variety of
If I Only Had the Money—
If I Only Had the Money!
How often have you thought this?
How often have you been forced to let a splendid
opportunity pass, simply because you lacked a few
You have doubtless had the necessary tunds many
times and allowed them to slip through your Angers.
Don't let this happen ajiain.
You Can grasp these opportunities in the luture
if you will open an account with us.
BANK OF CANTON
deposits guar a mteed
E.E. WILLIS, Vice Pres.
0. P. WILLIS. Cashier.
Judge Jamus R. Tolbert Raymond A. Tolbert Ira A Rodgers
Tolbert-Tolbert & Rodgers
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AVLAW
—PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS—
Offices—Hobart and Custer City, Oklahoma.
A It hea Wild w.«s a
Tir v: . \ if totno n.
L ,z ■ WeClar..
visiter i; i v. <
N i c '<< e i
iUM'tl h a '. and strong
* wt ie rivde «< g't them
but 'i'' c'.'se .v is fully
S. a v. most of the
ment from a complete variety oi.F
the newest styles and materials J |
such as are shown only in lllei|
large cities. _ 1/
Our services and assistance ,
will cost you no'hing, whether |
you wish to bu\ or not.
Very tiulv yours,
Mrs. ilattie Mansfield
Indian Land Sales.
Indian Land sold at Canton-
ment, Monday, Feb. 7th:
NW± 30-19-14, Sunny Wo-j
nian to Jacob E. Adams, $930.00.
THAT'S EASY TO WORK
To the builder in that it saves time and work ot
carpenters. We're extremely particular about
oarpentci v u
shingles as a poor root on any building ,s anuisance
SKi 35-19-14, White buffalo to If yjQ have just unloaded a car ot the best red cedar
W. R. Morrison, $1460 00. I. shingles, also a car ot Arkansas white oak po$ts.
® , .1 ...lr ,in* kofrtPQ hlivi
svvi 15-18-13, Walking back-
w .rds to .lo in H. Paulsen, y81U.
Thar* wia an old maiden n«m#d Luaterv
Who tlcklcd a muta with her dueter,
Tha neighbors brought roses,
And aomo o# tham t .
•Hal Haw!" aald the muls, 1 JlJ eiJ iy
SLi 24-17-12, Little Woman to |
Win. CronUtiite, ^S2b,00. jJ
SE* 34-17-12. Wolf Feathers
t(: E Sallftrom, 5^3105 00.
v\* N W k 21-18-13, Dig .^aii to
.1 E Paulsen. ?H>t)0 * 0.
Feb. 16th, I. W. Lvon 10 head
|ol horses, lti head of caltle, 1 -
i.ogs and farm implements.
I Feb 25th, E 1* Murr.v, >
jh i>es, 15 lie ad ot cattle, 30 hogs
I h y and kit fir, f irm imp'e-n its
a nd hou<t hold j.oods.
1 A bo; I. by was l>oin Feb. **il
: to Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. San-
lgius, aiou a wa..
tome in and look our stock over before buying.
Yours for a square deal,
A. II. HILL LUMBER CO.
E. E. EVERETT, Manager
Al-I. WORK GUARANTEED
l. r. MANSFIELD, Phone 61 j
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