Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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REDUCTION in Prices
ON FORD PRODUCTS!
The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford Cars, Trucks and
Tractors will be soid F. O. B. Detroit at the following prices: Touring car, $440; tour-
ing car with starter, $510; Roadster, $395; Roadster with starter, $465; Chasis, $360-
Coupe with starter and demountable rims, $745; Sedan with starter, $795; Truck, 545;
I ractor, $790. The Ford Motor Co. makes this reduction in the face of the fact that
they have on hand immediate orders for 146,065 cars
^ and tractors. The company will suffer a temporary
loss wkile using up the material bought at high prices.
They are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring
business back to a normal condition as quickly as possi-
ble and maintain the momentum of the buying power of
ia Henry Ford says: "The war is over and
it is time war prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom in trying to
a[ fai standard of values. For the best interests of all it is time
fifp nf / WtS mad^ to bring the business of the country and the
life of the country downto regular pre-war standards.'9
We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in st rvice
eagerness to fill your orders.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
TROY STANSBURY, Manager.
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Did You Ever? ;
"SUN GOLD" FLOUR
BEST IN THE WEST
A trial will convince you and you
will use no other.
Shorts, Oats, Bran and Coal
We can fill your order.
SUN GRAIN AND FEED CO. \
Canton, Oklahoma J. F. MOORE, Mgr. \
Bring it to the R. B. KIMBALL
PRODUCE and receive the high
market price. And don't for-
"Yukon Best" Flour
OUR BAKER'S FAVORITE
Always on the Market for Hides.
We also have Disinfectants, Chick Medicine
and Fly Chasers
"READ THAT, MR COX"
AND MR. COX DID READ.
A little Incident connected with can- |
didate Cox's recent campaign visit
to New York indict , that the Demo-
cratic nominee is striving to forget
certain Indiscreet editorials which ap-
peared In his newspaper, the Dayton
News, before the owner of the paper
aspired to the Presidency.
As the Democratic nominee was
leaving the Hotel Commodore after
luncheon a commercial traveler forced j
his way through the throng of curious
spectators and thrust into Mr. Cox's
hand an editorial clipping, which prov-
ed to be his denunciation of the
commercial travelers of the Dnlted
States. "Head that, Mr. Cox," com-
manded the traveling man. The Demo-
cratic candidate unfolded the frayed j
column of newspaper matter, glanced
at the heading, scanned the tirst para- |
graph, flushed scarlet to tlie ears and i
crumpling the offensive and offending
editorial In his list mumbled some- 1
thing which none of those near him at I
the time would repeat and hurried to
his waiting automobile.
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We Don't Offer
Asa Substitute for Your Family Physician
If your ailment is serious by all means consult a doctor,
but for ordinary ailments Penslar remedies can be relied up-
on in a great many cases to give immediate relief and you
can depend upon each representing the best that money
Ask us for a Penslar Health Book, which contains in-
formation that you should have. It is free and we will
gladly give you a copy.
Don't take chances with your health. Choose Penslar
remedies for safety's sake.
OWL DRUG STORE
R. B. KIMBALL
Wholesale and Retail Deiler in
Flour, Feed, Coal, Tankage and
North Broadway Canton. Oklahoma
WHEN YOU BUILD
That New House or Barn, don't forget
to let us figure your
| Bone Dry, Extr Quality Lumber
IS OUR SPECIALTY
| A. H. HILL LUMBER CO.
Phone 62. HARVEY WAGGONER, Manager.
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 23, 1920, newspaper, September 23, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176340/m1/4/: accessed December 9, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.