The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 2 Friday, July 23, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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CANADIAN VALLEY NEWS.
THE ONLY PAPER IN OKLAHOMA THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS.
JONES CITY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1909.
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LITTLE DOSES OF
O. E.' Moentnich, who lives live
miles southwest of Jones, returned
a few clays ago from a trip through
Texas, for his health. He is very
low with consumption.
Uncle Dave Sowder had a little
surprise the other day. He had lain
down in a wagon in the barn drive-
way, and fell asleep. A heavy rain
and wind came up suddenly, the
wind pushing the wagon out into the
open, and Uncle Dave was thorough-
ly soaked before he awoke.
Bert King, son of 0. \V, King, is
in a hospital at Springfield, III., a
victim of typhoid fever. Bert went
to Kansas a few weeks ago to work
through wheat harvest, and drifted
east, where he was taken sick. We
trust he will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R Garmon from
Cushing have been guests of Mr. J.
H. Widener. Mrs. Garmon is a
niece of Mrs. Widener.
J. H. Golf has been sick.
Mrs. J. II. Beaty from Oklahoma
City was visiting Mr. and Mrs. D M.
Beaty and other friends here last
Billy Whisnand made a trip to
the city Monday.
II .1 Cheuvionl, east of town,
has been having chills.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Seward from
Blither were guests of Billy McCohi
and family, northeast of town, last
Col. N. N. Evans, the well known
auctioneer of Choctaw, was here
James D. Draper from Wichita,
Kansas, was the guest of his old
friend, J. I). Edmundsou, over Sun-
Miss Phoebe Kennedy was on the
sick list a few days.
Mrs. T. W. Allen, west of town,
was sick the first of the week.
At Mrs. Lilcn-
Peggy We Ming
Mrs. George Blenkinsop is most hoa
pttable. All her friends say so. She
also prides herself on originality, and
lives in West Kensington.
There is an element of surprise
about her parties. Willie Trevor says:
“You never know what you're In for."
Mr. Blenkinsop—good-natured, cheery
little man—lives in the hope that hts
wile will be amusin'.’-’
East year Mrs. Blenkinsop gave a
suffrage tea. She delivered an ad
dress on the cause, Rnd arranged a
corner of the room to look like a cell
In Holloway, having vainly tried to
induce her husband to appear as n
Mrs. Blenkinsop's latest invitations
had the single word "Rubaiyat’’ writ-
ten in the left-hand corner of the card.
“What will it be like, m'dear?”
asked Mr. Blenkinsop, apprehensively.
"Very strange and very beautiful,
George!" answered his wife.
AVIDSON & CASE,
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ve occurred in Stoves as well as in olb- r
Ftavc —— — —.
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M.E. CHURCH DIRECTORY
UEV. S. G. DOREV, Pastor.
Preaching, 1st. ami 3rd. Sundays
of each month at Jones City. 2nd.
and 4111. Sundays at Choctaw City.
Hours of worship, respectively, at
both places 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at both
places at 10 a. m. Epwortli League,
Jones Citv, every Sunday at 7.15 P.
Better Not Get
If you can help it. Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by
effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion.
But don’t trifle with Indigestion.
A great many people who have
trifled with indigestion, have been
sorry for It—when nervous or
chronic dyspepsia resulted, and
they have not been able to cure it.
Use Kodol and prevent having
Everyone is subject to indiges
tion. Stomach derangement follows
stomach abuse, just as naturally
and Just as surely as a sound and
healthy stomach results upon the
taking of Kodol.
When you experience sourness
of stomach, belching of gas and
nauseating fluid, bloated sensation,
gnawing pain in the pit of the
stomach, heart burn (so-called),
diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or
chronic tired feeling—you need Ko-
dol. And then the quicker you take
Kodol—the better. Eat what you
want, let Kodol digest it.
Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab-
lets,” physics, etc., are not likely
to be of much benefit to you, in
digestive ailments. Pepsin ts only
Stone Pharmacy, Jones City, Okla
a partial digester—and physics are
not digesters at all.
Kodol Is a perfect digester. If
you could see Kodoldlgestingevery
particle of food, of all kinds, in the
glass test-tubes in our laboratories,
you would know this Just as well
as we do.
Nature and Kodol will always
cure a sick stomach—hut in order
to be cured, the stomach must rest.
That is what Kodol does—rests the
stomach, while the stomach gets
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Go to your druggist today and get a dol-
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entire contents of the bottle If you
honestly say, that It has not done you
toney without queer
ill then pay the ai
tly say, tl
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dll refund your money wlthoui
or delay. We will then pay the drug-
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ill refund your money witl
Kodol is prepared at the labora-
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druggists know that our guarantee Is good.
This offer applies to the large bottle only
and to but one in a family. The large bot-
tle contains Sff times as much as the fifty
The spirit of old Omar of Naishapur
has visited West Kenstngton. The
Rubaiyat at-home la over.
Willie Trevor and the pretty Miss
Copsley agreed that it was ripping
The visitors arrived punctually. Mrs.
Blenkinsop. who ts ta'l and waits eye-
glasses. leeelved tl-m In an Anglo
Persian costume—Persian to the
waist, British about the skirts—with
silver filigree ornaments and high
She asked the young peop'e, on on
terlug the drawing room, to sit on the
floor. Willie Trevor and Miss Copsley
promptly took their cushions into a
corner. Willie murmured that they
didn't want to get in anybody's way.
There was a small platform, cov-
ered with a Turkish rug. Mrs. Bien
kinsop mounted, and the audience
"I am going to read the Rubaiyat of
Omar Khayyam,” she announced. “And
I want you all to Join with me in a
spirit of revelry. We will drink to-
gether with the astronomer poet of
Persia—George, dear, tell Amma to
bring in the wine."
J ones City Mills.
Phone 12. ROCKWOOD & WHISNAND, Props +
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aunt, slightly confused between Ho-
! raer and Omar.
"My little room has been turned into
a Persian garden,” said the gratified
"Omar Khayyam in West Kensing-
ton!" exclaimed the temperance lady
with enthusiasm, as she drained her
lemonade to the dregs.
Mr. Blenkinsop slipped out of tha
"It wasn't what 1 call amusin'!" he
said to himself wearily, and went
downstairs to get a whisky and soda.
A Horrible Hold-Up
“About ten years ago my brother
| was “held up” in his work, health
I and happiness by what was believed
to be hopeless consumption,” writes
Mrs. Oscar Potter was
the first of the week.
Mrs. Jas. Kai us of Oklahoma City
was visiting her daughter, Mrs Ed
Merrill the latter part of last week.
Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs
for setting exclusively. $1 00 per
15; So.00 per 100. —Mrs. W. .1
Adams, Luther, Okla.
County Commissioner t'has. Go-
key made a business trip *o Depew,
Okla . the first of the week.
I will buy veal calves, poultry,
eggs and butter iu Jouts City every
Thursday and Saturday.—G. F. Ilen-
ney, phone 84.
Parties having probate or other
legal notices for publication, will
find it to their advantage to have
them published in The News. We
will save you money.
The Kansas City Bridge company
has a gang of men erecting a large
steel bridge over the Canadian near
the residence of Tom Kendall, north-
west of Jones.
The best pills made are DeWitt’s
Little Early Risers, the famous little
liver pills. They are small, gentle,
pleasant, easy to take and act prom-
ptly. They are sold by Slone Phar-
Cap Brown, an old time resident
of Jones, hut who lias been living at
Hobart for several years, came Sun-
day for a visit with Dr. and Mrs.
LiMhieuin and other friends.
If you have paius in the back, wean
back, or any other indication of a
weakened or disordered condition of
the kidneys or bladder, you should
get DeWitt’s Kidney and Bladder
Pills right away when you experience
the least sign of kidney or Madden
complaints, but he sure that you get
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
We know what they will do for you,
and if you will send your name to K.
C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, III., you
will receive a free trial box id' these
kidney and bladder pills. They are
sold here by Stone Pharmacy.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
Long distance, or toll messages,
must lie settled for at the eud of
each mouth, otherwise messages will
not be accepted until bills are paid.
The Jones City Telephone Co.
W. R. Lipscomb, of Washington, N
, C. “He took all kinds of remedies
Her husband obeyed and the parlor j al)(] treatment from several doctors,
maid appeared with a tray. There was jhul, „„ |ielp lin ,lt. llsed Dr.
claret cup and burgundy. The guests,
who had become Intensely solemn, al-
lowed Mr. Blenkinsop to fill their gob
lets, with the exception of one woman,
whose strict temperance principles
obliged her to ask for lemonade
Mrs. Blenkinsop then opened a hand
eomely bound edition of the Rubaiyat I thma, and
and put on her reading spectacles and
a most becoming crown of artificial
purple and white grapes.
“Have you heard Omar Khayyam bo
fore?” whispered Miss Copsley to
“No—have you?” answered Willie.
“Of course, heaps of good times! I
do wish 1 had a copy of my own.”
Willie made a mental note of the
hint, and the Copsley girl Innocently
mentioned her favorite color in book-
"Listen, Willie!” she said. “You
ought to make the most of your oppor-
"May I?” queried Willie, and he
smiled expressively into her eyes.
“How absurd you are!’’ she ex-
claimed, blushing for no accountable
Come, fill the Cup, and In the Fire of
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling!
At this point, Mrs. Blenkinsop, keep-
ing her finger in the book, raised a
glass of claret to her lips.
“Now, please!” she said with
The guests obediently followed her
"Rather sour!” observed the lady
who was a total abstainer to her
neighbor, referring to the lemonade.
Mrs. Blenkinsop read on steadily,
and a feeling of gloom crept over the
company. They fought against It val
iantly. One young man, determined to
“make the thing go,” quaffed Jocosely
at the wrong time, was reproved by a
severe frown from his hostess.
When she dashed In to the verse
beginning, "And If the wine you drink,
the Ups you press—” there was a lit-
tle agitation over Mr. Blenkinsop try-
ing to persuade his aunt to have her
“Not on any account, George! I’ll
pretend!” said the aunt, amiably.
“The ruby vintage drink!"continued
the fair reader.
“Only half a glass, Mr. Blenkinsop!”
pleaded another lady, In an audible
The gloom Intensified. The visitors,
with exemplary patience, sipped at the
same second whenever Mrs, Blenkin-
sop gave the signal, like well-trained
"I’ve enjoyed It awfully! It was
jolly!" said Willie Trevor, Jumping up
to congratulate his hostess when tho
end came at last.
It was the truth. He had been whis-
pering to Miss Copsley, to say nothing
of holding her hand, from the first line
to the last.
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Keyes, Chester A. The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 2 Friday, July 23, 1909, newspaper, July 23, 1909; Jones, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859291/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.