Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1919 Page: 4 of 12
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CANADIAN VALLEY RHCORD. CANTON. OKLAHOMA.
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Death of Rev. McVay
Tht death of Rev. McVay,
former pastor of the M. E.
church of this city, is not only
regrretted by all qiembers of the
ehurch but by all others with
whom he came in contapt. By
deeds as well as words his ster-
ling qualities are recognized and
bis passing away leaves a vacan-
cy in the church work and the
citizenship of the state that can
never be filled. The first facts
The Record could learn were re-
ceived by Rev. Sampson from
Rev. Wright at Ingersoll. The
cause of death was pronounced
by the physicians as influenza.
The body was laid to rest in the
Ingersol cemetery. The widow
and children have the sincere
iympathy of the entire commun-
ity. Following: is Rev. Wright's
Feb. 19, 1919.
Rev. M. W. Sampson,
DearBro:—Your letter concern-
ing Bro. McNay at hand. As I
learned from Mrs. McVay, Bro.
McVay was complaining abont
ten days. On January 27 and
28 he complained of a severe
headache, on the 29th they were
out to dinner; on the 30th he pa-
pered a room for some party; did
not feel able to preach on Sun-
day, Feb. 2, but performed a mar-
riage ceremony at the church, en
Tuesday, Feb. 4, brought the
boy to Guthrie for a minor oper-
ation; they ask McVay to go
along—he said he would, but did
not think it necessary as be would
be all right in a few days. On
Sunday night or Monday night
he was delirious, but only a
short time. On Tuesday morn-
ing he came with Mrs. McVay to
Guthrie; he was not noisy or
or foolish on the train; he would
ask simple questions once in a
while dut did not attract any at-
tention. He was delirious after
they got him to the hospital and
spent his time preashing and
praying until on Friday morn-
ing, the 7th, about 8 o'clock he
quietly passed away to his re-
ward. This is as I remember
the story from Mrs. McVay.
The doctors called the trouble
influenza, on that account we
were compelled to hold the fun-
•ral at the undertakers at Chero-
kee, Brothers Grossman and Ea-
1 am inclined to take Mrs. Mc-
Vay's thought of his death. She
says she believes that it was a
nervous break-down as at no
time, except the first day or two
did he have any fever. The body
was buried north and west of In-
gersoll. Mrs. McVay will live
at Oilton until school is out, as
the girl graduates from high
echool this year. I am,
C. E. Wright."
Canton, Okla., Feb. 5, 1919.
The following is a list of let-
ters remaining uncalled for Feb.
U. C. Maxon.
A. D. Fisher.
Mrs. Eva Rogers Peical.
S. S. Miller.
Mr. Hugh Y. Dresses.
Mrs. L. M. Yeary.
Mrs. Binnic Spencer.
John C. Terry.
First National Bank.
Miss Nettie Nelson.
W. A. Staley
Rev. R. Collier.
When calling for above please
H. J. Fleming, P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Houk and
son, were visiting Friday and
Saturday at Fairview, with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
For Sale:—Single Comb White
Leghorn eggs $1.00 for 15—$5.00
per huudred, at the place. Mrs.
Simpson Nickell, Canton, Okla.
FOR TRADE—Six-room resi-
dence and eight lots, well im-
proved, in Canton; to trade for
a farm. Inquire at this office.
A. N. OOODE
Caskets of all sizes carried
Phone 74 Canton, Okla.
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haying machines, or some other machine you will use
this year, you want it Quick. With this in mind, we wish
you would go over each machine carefully, making note of
the parts that might need replacing during the year, and
send us the list.
This is the most opportune time to give your machines
a thorough inspection. With the busy season at hand,
your time will soon be so occupied that you could not give
this matter the attention its importance warrants.
This advance information as to your probable require-
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Please let us have your list of repair
parts before or during
Repair and Inspection Week,
Car Load of Weber Wagons g
on hand at prices that meet and
beat competition. Also we have
a good line of John Deere Lister
and Two-Row Repairs on hand.
Ed. Hockaday 6c Co.
C. Y. HOCKADAY, Manager.
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record. (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1919, newspaper, February 27, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176258/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.