Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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CAHAD1AMULLEY RECOKP, CAMTON, OKLAHOMA.
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Br BAIN BROTHERS
R. E. Bain. Editor.
v G. btpr, Local Editor.
fJJBSCK IPTION SI S«fl K YEAR
Us«* a little judgment in hu
ingr Christmas presents D.-n''
rive yc ur girl a pair of No. 8
'oots, or purchase a looking
class for a blind aunt.
Gift giving at Christmas time
is, or ought to be. nothing more
than a manifestation of the
| Christmas spirit, which is un-
selfish, faking onlv to make
I others happy. Everyone who
has b«*en movi"i - bv the spirit
[has realized the truth of the
I saying. "It is more blessed to
irive than receive."
Christmas week makes weak
Sad ia the heart that cannot
rejoice at Christmas time.
Have a right Merry Christmas
add a royal good time.
It is aad to note that the aver-
age Christmas stocking is long-
er than most pprses.
This is the season of the year
^hen everybody is looking for
s$pething new in stockings.
Know all men by these pres-
ents (Christmas presents) that
the milk of human kindness is
It really requires a marvelous
amount of tact to appear thank-
ful at Christmas for something
you didn't want.
We are ifTa<1 it is ours nnce
more to greet our readers with a
bright and merry Christmas. It
seemi but yesterday that we
s*nt out a like message, and yet
a rear has flown by. May your
homes be bright, the dear child-
ren of your household happy
and the great wish and hope of
your hearts in abundant measure
be realized this Christmas tide.
Gifts for children depend but
little on their value for the pleas-
ure they shall give. A house
full of children can be made en-
tirelT happy by a quarter's worth
of mixed candv plaeed in their
stockings, each peice of candy
being wrapped in a seperate pap-
er, thus multiplying the number
of gifts. It is very important,
however, that the^ifts be put in
their stockings. The sweet il-
lusion adds a priceless value to
the veriest trifles.
1 urns, trumpets, whistles, etc.,
nd the wonderful Christmas
fr« with its brilliant lights.gay
olors, and mysterious packages,
>ome which * jnsr pbntain the
long wished-fof^ skates or jack
knife. It is all inchantmeut, all
the color of the rose, the rain-
bow that spans their young lives.
Not all the wonder of the story
• f Hetblebetn, of 'h-** following!
d guiding Of tin- wise men r |
the low v cradle • f the con.int:
Ki*i ; not all the >ad beauty of
the oK.', old story c n full} satis-
fy the juvenile h^art like these.
Rut are we not c.lii ldren of a larg-
er growth? In *pite of the sol-
emnity of the occasion, in spite
of its deep and tender meaning,
the gifts and goodies and merry-
making are al' dear to us, child-
ren in heart as we are.
Here Is Your Chance
We have made arrangements
with the Oklahoma Daily News
whereby we send yon the Record
and the Oklahoma News one
year for %*. If you are looking
for a good daily paper at a reas-
onable price here is your chance.
We will also include the Weekly
Kansas City Star in the above
offer. Three papers for a year $4.
FOR SALE—One Reo in first
class shape at Sraders Garage.
T^e person who shall 4° Hie
nfoit to cheer the hearts of the
poor and needy will have the
Merriest Christmas and the hap- ions of dolls, games, books,
piest New Year. Try it and see. candies, and all sorts of goodies;
Christmas Eve! The wonder-
ous Santa Claus comes to the
children with thee. What vis-
John Seifried sells Harness at prices bedrock.
Of fit and of finish and best Oaktan Stock.
Harness that's lasting, well made all thru.
Never failing to save money for you.
Saddles and firidles, Laprobes and Collars,
Excellent value to save you some dollars.
In here you will find horse furnishing needs.
For moderate prices of grades guaranteed.
Repairing and Oiling done at this shop.
It is done in right wav, with leathers tip-top.
Every farmer of Country will find it will pay,
Doing business with Seifried in Harness way.
CITY MEAT MARKET
1. have opened up fox business at the store of M. I.
Marker & Co. where I am prepared to supply your
needs in Fresh and Salt Meats. 1 appreciate the
liberal patronage of my patrons in the past and will en-
deavor to merit it in the future. Come in and see me.
Dick & Chandler have just rec-
eived their new filter for their
gasoline pump, call on them if
you want pure gasoline.
Dont forget R. B. VI-,G uir
has a complete line of Hardware
at the right price.
FOR RENT—5 room house,
adjoin* school property
W. B. Whitney, Cantonment.
at Sraders Garage.
Ifyoudontbuy yoar Hardware
at McGuire's you pay to much
FOR SALE—Residrnce prop-
erty here in Canton. Will sell
cheap if taken before Jan. 1.
H. J. Stewart.
FOR SALE- At the Ford
Garage, a second hand Ford for
FRANK LESLIE Prop . Phone 34.
TH PUCE TO SET H
Is at the right place
TO EE SIRE
THAT'S AT THE
E. E. EVERETT. Manager
We are prepared to d>- vour vit tiz.r* Wedoall
kinds of repair work We h;- " I' 'he best grade of
Oil and Gasoline. . (VI un us. • wi t apprei iate yo«r
IICK & CHANDLER, Owners
14 Ft. Oaa't Sag Gate
Best Gate on the market for the price.
Paint the inside of your Hen House with
CREOS0TF and keep Lice and Mites out
for six. months.
Big Jo Lumber Co.
(ill Tkii(t ti. Eat
Short Orders K. >
When in Canton on business
or on a friendly visit
Stop at Bain's Placc
We will buy second hand
Fords or you can trade it in on
a new Ford at the Ford Garage.
Do Yoi Know
of any thingfon earth thai
improves a man's per.
sonal appearance as
much as a clean shave
....15 CENTS DOES IT...
FIRE'S BARBER SHOP
For bargains in Shoes see our
line. We have a BEST V}UAL-
ITY Shoe ranging in price from
$1.98 to $3.98
Tliey are guaranteed as to ma-
terial and workmanship. It
will pay you to see this line of
shoes before you buy.
CANTON IEIEKAN LOME
Mee tsevery Monday night; vis-
iting Sisters welcome.
Gertrude Lyons, N.-Ck-
Ruth Hargrove, Sec'y.
There la more Catarrh In thta section
•f th* country than all other disease*
put together, and (or years It was sup-
pdfcsd to be Incurable. Doctors pro-
scribed looal remedies, and by conetant-
ly falling to cure with local treatment,
pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a
local dlaeaee, rreatly Isfluenced by con-
stitution*! conditions and therefor* re-
quire* constitutional treatment. (Tail's
Catarrh Curs, manufsctust** by Vj .1.
Cheney * Ce.. Toledo. Ohle ~ts a consti-
tutional remedy, la tSkeh Internally
and acts thru the Blood oa tlje Mucous
1* Syltem. One T
t C. W. PETERMAN
JEWELER & OPTOMETRIST J
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Surfaces of th
Dollars reward to offered (or any
that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure.
(Mad for circulars aad testimonials
P. J CHENET * CO., Toledo. Ohio,
•old by Druggists. He.
Hall's Fatally Pills tor oonatlpaUoa
Frosh Vegetable Market
GkEEX OlflONS BEETS
BEEK, PORK, LUNCH MEATS, CURED MEATS
AND SALT FISH
Always Something Good at The
Read The Advertismenfit
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Bain, R. E. Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 1917, newspaper, December 20, 1917; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176196/m1/4/: accessed February 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.