Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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^amaWIAN IWUT RECORD. CAMTWt. OKLAHOMA
Horse and Jack Bills
Printed at The
Canadian Valley Record
by c. s. Mcdowell.
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1st of Coacreu of March . 187*.
r k!if bad every Thursday at the new towa of
vnton. BtiiM ceunty. OkIa.
JLBSCklPl ION SI .no PER YEAR
WE, TO PEOPLE
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HAVE LONG SOLD
THE BEST OF LUMBER!
Have The Stock Oil Hand
In All The Land!
Make Our Business Hum,
And That Is
Why The People Come.
We're Expecting You!
Blfi JO LUMBER CO.
MI. I. BUCK, Manager. «
Mrs. Blase—They placed my two
children in a line with ten others and
expected me to pick mine out!—Judge. ;
While Plumes Are All the Go.
May—No. George, it cannot be. T am
not good enough to be your wife.
George—Why, nonsense, dear! You
are an angel.'
May—George, even an angel could
not be happy with a man who had only
11.000 a year and feathers the price
they are!—Bulletin (Sydney).
Cant Be Dons. |
The Wife—This paper says that
New York doctors have formed a so-
ciety to study methods for staying the
I advance of old age.
The Husband—Well, tell 'em you've
tried prevarication and reducing the
number of candles in your birthday
cakes, and neither will do it.
Just received a car load of
that celebrated old reliable
Power of Music.
He will not waJk or even stand.
Of work he shuns all stylea.
But when he hears a tango band
He II dance eleven miles.
Hokus-nubdub has started a cor-
respondenre school of pugilism.
Pokus—Has he had any experience?
Hokus—Well. I believe he used to
work in a box factory.—Judge.
The price is right as well
as the coal. Use Colorado
Coal Once and you will
use no other kind.
Inquire at the West Elevator ol- phone If,.
friend—So you produced a film of
Hannibal Wonderful man, wasn't he,
getting that thousand elephants over
the Alps in a week?
Moving Picture Producer—Yes. It
is a good picture, but we had to Are
| our stage director.
Friend—What was the matter?
Moving Picture Producer—Too
slow. We used 5,000 elephants and It
took him almost an hour to get them
j over the Alps.—Judge.
Mn. Wayupp—So you loat your di-
Mrs. Blase—Yes. It was a shame!
They expected me to pass an impossi-
ble test in court.
Mrs Wayupp—What was It?
Farm For Sale
Improved lf>0 acres, 2 miles]
from Munice, 1 mile from school, |
2 miles to church. 70 in culti-!
j valion, 5 seres orchard, small j
[vineyard, balance pasture. Good I
house, 3 rooms, good frame barn !
for six horses, rood frame hen
house, corn crib and grainary,
good cave, good well and wind-
mill, fine water, place all fenced
and sross fenced. Land is dark
sandy loam. Price, $2500, will
take cash or trade for good live
stock. P. B. Blackwood,
Fountain, Oklahoma, tf
Fleming's Barber Shop
• - FOR A • •
SHAVE, SHAMPOO 55 HAIR CUT
While you wait, and all in the latest style
A. F. & A. M.
Meets every Tuesday night. Visiting „ ,
Brethren invited. \ Meets every first and third Friday
R. E. Condonier, Secretary aighte wf each month. ViaitiirK breth.
W. A. Kieck, N. G. I '« • <*>"«■
HAKRY POWNALL, W. M.
H. J. Fleming, Sec.
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Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 17, 1916, newspaper, February 17, 1916; Canton, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176071/m1/4/: accessed July 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.