Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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CAHAIHAJ* VALLEY RECOKD. CANTON- OKLAHOMA.
Canadian Valley Record
By C. S. McDowbll
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e Kmk -atrnxi. Ofcls-
of Blaine. Ok a . to be held at
Fairview and Watonga, on Dee-
ember I4.1V18. to fill tbe posi-.
tion of rural carrier at Longda>, '
land vacanrie* that mar later
*: occur on raral routes from other
____ poj t offices in the above-men-
• UB5CRIPTI0H $ 1.51 PER YEAt? t:oned county. Tbe t examina-
tion wii' be'open only to male'
Advertising Rate* citizens who are actually domi-
Wr:> Ct>d in the territory of a post
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ar ***■ frSm
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Canton Set ool Notes
v> office in the county and who are
5s® actually domiciled in the terri-
tory of a po* t office in the coun-
ty and who meet tbe other re-
quirements set forth in Form No,
1V77 This form and applica-
tion blanks ma y be obtained frem
?h«r offices mentioned above or
from the United Stat*-* 'ir: Ser-
J J. B '*
Tbe J.J B '* bad a Rnsh par-
ty Fridar night which wa* con-
ducted wel We had a very * ice Commission at Washington,
nice crowd and everyone seemed D t Applications sluu'd be
to enjoy themselves especially arded to Ihe Commi->ion at
when Mr. and Mr«. Somersault '. a- ington at the earliest prac-
and Mr. and Mrs. Iie?ath Pi - ticabedite.
•er s life h?stori*s were told. During the continuance of the
The following ordure* were ? presen* war the Commission will,
taken Satur^y night following j in ac or nnce with the Trf\ar^t
the Ru«h Party: Delia Bain, j of the Post Office Department,
Broadhead. Mable Burch, > admit women to rural carrier ex-
Crist' S j y ton. Lucille Crawford,' am otions upon the gime con-
Mi*". Buchanan. jdi;ions as men.
Dilia. as we all know, reads j By direction of the Com mi s-
Get the full benefit from your
Kefir and Maise by grinding it,
and get 25 per cent more ben-
efit. It will pay and pay big.
We have the
John A. Mcllhenny,
(Continued From Page 4.)
Far is an all round gr>od gir*.
and bask-t bill p'ayer
Mable is a member of last
Tear's basket ba!l team and a
Crista sing* well.
Lucille is on lier way to mike j „ay< tllat he canBOt eet en0U(!h
a reai basket ball p'ayer. to t„ h ,,h worst trouble.
Miss Buchanan— well, we all j
know her good qual:ties."
high school notes
Grace Murrelliis again
school after a week,s absence.
The Juniors are getting along j ly recovered from
ne as they haven't very many they are again in
in their class.
Clyde Goodman enrolled as
Sophmore Monday, making
total of nineteen.
Silly Darrali and wi'e, mine
/host at the Commercial Hotel,
were taken sick lost week, with
, the flu.
S. A. Butler's family have ful-j
the flu, and
! good health.
Tue school board at this place
is still without a teacher for the
'principal room They think
The game of basket ball wnich jthat b* ti,e time that the flu ,ets
was to come off Friday was post- j UP k0 tl,at school may begin,
poned until some other Friday, they will find
take the place.
Harry Beebe, who has been
laiding Bill Miileman, in getting)
because some of the town girls
wouldn't be here.
Tlve basketball bo s are nowl
hard at work and mean to '•haul ithe feed read>' for *'n,cr 'l"'1"
o"afew erme. thi. year. ; tbe first of tbr week on account
^ ^ j of the quarantine. He Says he
has no fear of the flu, but he
draws the line on "quarantine."
Bert Ardrey was called to
The Sophmore boys
lenged the school for a game
that do the work and do it right.
Might as well get your outfd now
as it is only a question of time
when yGu will get one.
Better call and get yours. They are the
good ones-the guaranteed kind-the kind
that it will pay you to buy.
Eid Hockaday 6c Go
C. Y. Hockaday, Mgr.
Thursday evening and organized I Staffurd" |ast 0,1
their class for this year. The
officers are as stated below:
George Armor, President.
Marshall Evans, V. Pres.
Viola Atwood, Secretary.
Boyd Bates, Treasurer.
The members of the J. J. B.'s
are initiating some others in
their club, making them wear
cranberries and spaghetti for a
necklace and earrings.
If the Freshman don't get to
work they won't be known in
school for they haven't got any
notes yet; although they don't
have any, they are all good stu-
Blanche Goodman and Iva De-
Graw were welcome visitors at
the High School rooms Satur-
Lewis Smith is back in school
ngain after an absence of one
Viola Vtwood and Sylvia
Knoop were chosen as High
School edi tors.
It is the fact that: The Can-
ton School is getting on the ac-
credited list at last. We are
certainly glad for Mr. Parsons
having done us a good favor in
considering Canton school.
Rural Carrier Examination
The United States Civil Ser-
vice Commission has announced
an examination for the County
A. N. GOODE
j account of the serious illness of
Miss Vera Doud took charge!
of her school, east of Nine Mile, |
on iast Monday.
Grandpa Fargo had another
light stroke of paralysis last
week, Uut is convalescing again
at this writing. He was out at
the bam, feeding his horses when
his left leg gave way, and his
left hand was in sympathy with
The Sheriff from Watonga
came up with a bountiful supply
of deputies on Tuesday morning,
and tooh most of our surplus pop-
ulation, the True Followers, to
Watonga. Failed to learn what
they were arranged with, only
that the sheriff was supplied wiih
"state warrants " We notice
the following missing since the
sheriff departi d: Grandpa Byers,
Grandpa Huffman, two of the j BOaRD BY DAY OR WEEK
Caskets of all sizes carried
Phone 74 Canton, Okla.
m Produce Co.
ALWAYS WANTS YOUR
i Cream, Butter, Eggs and Hides
wkolesale an'd retail
Flour, Feed, Salt and Saeds
CANTON PRODUCE CO.
- rn "C- r . .f. • IT . -
The Commercial Hotel
Under New Management
Marvels, Elwood Rossiter and
I have just received a nice line
of shoes, accessories, such as oils,
polishes, laces, dressing, brush-
es, insoles, slipper soles, slum-
ber socks, etc. Call and see
them. Neat repairing.
T. W. Martin,
E. Main, Canton.
Nicely Furnished and
Your Patronage Solicited
AIRS. H. E. KIMBALL, Prop.
Shelf Hardware. Harness.
All Kinds of Oil.
COAL OIL HARNESS OIL
Big shipment of wire anJ Nails cam ig. Let us
supply you with your fencing on which w> can give
you good prices
SBIFRIBD Se BEDWELL
T. C. KNOOP
Practice in All Courts.
Office in Bank of Canton BlPcl
A. F. PAUBLRG
Physician and Surgeon
Surgery and Diseases of Childrej
Office 1st door west of Telephone
Calls Attended Day or Night.
Phone No. 48 Canton. Okla
FIKE'S BARBER SHOP
Anthony Steam Laundry
Basket Leaves Tuesday and
Not responsible for loss of laundry.
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918, newspaper, November 21, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176244/m1/4/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.