The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 2 Friday, July 23, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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town in Oklahoma, and all the
cities in the country. For quick
results use the wires. The rates
Demand for Dickens, Irving and
Hawthorne Still Continues.
Jones City Telephone Co.
811 to 815 WALNUT ST., KANSAS CITY* MO.
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and loss of sexual power, pimnler und
blotches on tho face, confused idi
Sexual Debility, 0
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Book and list of questions freo—sent Bealed.
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▼ous debility, weakness of the sexua’ »ts-
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Cwr*L«il3c That terrible disease, in
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cured for life. Blood poisoning and nil
private diseases permanently cured.
Brtnif for both sexes—90 pages, 97
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S&'Beal this Bcok for the i formation it containi
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THE GIBBES PORTABLE SHINGLE MACHINE
WITH OR WITHOUT BOLTING ATTACHMENT.
The cut shows machine with
20 Inch Saw and ShlnQle Car*
rlage, ready for cutting shingles
18 in. lonQ, and 4 in wide.
With 36 inch Bolting Saw and
Price $20.00 ^Atra.
This Machine will cut 10.000
to 12,000 shingles per day.
Carriages made from selected
hard wood.^ Track is solid
r;«M Rtapl.* For cutting shln-
glos requires 4 to 6 H P. For
bolting 6 to 8 H. P.» Weight
Can be ad-
GIBBES MACHINERY COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Engine., Boilers, Saw Nllll Machinery, Etc.
THE WHITEWATER HANDY WAGON
WITH HAYES SPRING IN FRONT.
IT IS ALSO A VERY DESIRABLE MILK WAGON.
Double collar steel Axles, double
reaches ironed full length, short turn
fifth wheel. Sarven wheels 114 inch
with heavy round edge steel tires.
\ Has hardwood side panels bolted to
| hardwood sills, iron on upper edge of
* panel and drop End Gate. Seat pat-
tern shown,. 42 inches over all on
top. Body black with Red Gear. This
wagon is offered in two different sizes, with the privilege of purchasing extra Seat,
Cushion and drop back as desired. It is a handy, serviceable wagon very reason-
able in price. Send fur circular. Correspondence solicited from live dealers in
unoccupied territory. THE WEYHER MFC. Cw., Whitewater, Wise.
r b„„,J a Pfano «
r the reputation of a Piano is worth consideration. The BEPT
will uhvavs be n source of inexpensive pleasure, where the poor
instrument by continually getting out of tune ami ore
an intolerable nuisance. Be wise and buy an artistic Pi
class the COTE belongs. It has many superior features,
touch, greatest durabuit,
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Agents wanted in
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an even singing and carrying quality throughout the whole in-
rument Billy guaranteed.
nted in unoccupied territory. If we haven’t an agency in your section.
vrite us direct and we will quote a price that will Interest jA
More Copies of the Bible Are Pur-
chased Annually Than of Any
Other Volume—Works of Shake-
speare Second on List.
Washington.—In any ten years 100
standard books, classics, If you will,
outsell any hundred new books In
other words, the genuine best sellers,
if any long period be considered, are I
not new favorites, but old.
After the daring young lady has
written a hook that her mother
shouldn’t let her read and has drawn
her royalties from a sale of 50,000,
100,000 or 150,000 copies in a year the
public looks for a new sensation, but
the books that were classics before
the daring young lady was born go
right on selling. It Is the bare and
the tortoise all over again, only the
sleep that overtakes the novel of the
year is apt to be a sleep that knows
Shakespeare outsells his great mod-
ern rival, George Bernard Shaw, not
only every ten years, but every year,
and probably every month 111 the year.
In fact, Shakespeare, If all the English
speaking countries be considered, Is
I about the best seller going, except the
| English Bible. Editions of Shake-
speare are like hotels In New York—
It seems Impossible to get too many
Long after Washington Irving's
copyright ran out his works were still
the most profitable books on the list
of his publishers. In fact, Irving’s
earlier works underwent death and
resurrection while he himself yet
When, in 1846, Irving returned from
a long residence in Europe his Phila-
delphia publishers told him that his
hooks were out of print and that they
did not care to undertake new edi-
tions. The plates were bought by a
New York house, Irving went on writ-
ing, and between his new books and
his old his royalties In the next dozen
years until his death amounted to
about $250,000. The sale of his books
for the 50 years since his death at
Irvington In November, 1859, has
never greatly flagged for long, and the
sale of the most popular among them
has been enormous. "Rip Van Winkle"
was one of the best sellers of the last
century, and It promises to be one of
the best of this.
There are a few great novels of the
last century that would enrich In ten
years any publisher who could have a
monopoly of their publication, “lvan-
hoe” Is one of these. "The Scarlet
Letter” 1b another.
The "Pickwick Papers” sells better
than any recent humorous work, and
"David Copperfield" has been selling
steadily for 60 years. There are those
who prophesy that "Pickwick” will he
popular when most other prose fiction
of the last century has gathered dust
upon the library shelves. Hardly any
other book by a youth of 25 has had
such a success for so long a period,
now more than seventy years. Pub-
lishers are even now making ready
for a spurt In the sale of Dickens’ |
works at his centennial In 1912.
Thackeray, whose centennial comes 1
a year earlier, wrote nothing that has
had the steady sale of "Pickwick,"
though "Vanity Fair” is still a best |
seller when decades Instead of single
years are considered. Cooper’s ‘‘Leath-
erstocklng Tales" have never ceased
to sell, both at home and abroad, and
many thousands of them are called
for every year.
Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs
for setting exclusively. $1.00 per
15; $5.00 per 100. — Mrs. W. J.
Adams, Luther, Okla.
I will buy veal calves, poultry,
eggs and butter in Jones City every
Thursday and Saturday.—G. F. Hen-
ney, phone 84.
FOR WEAK MEN AND WOMEN
Who need assistance, will find in
the best medicine on the market, to make rich, red, blood.
To give you strength and muscle, so you can perform your
daily duty. This is a scientific pharmaceutical preparation.
Every box guaranteed. Price 50 cents.
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A new and scientific invention for pro-
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process of boiling, evaporation and
makes a fresh, delightful, wholexome drinkiag
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plies itself to both tanka as fast as itbailfcawar.
All parts work automatically. Air iulat ooMdato
pipe with separate outlet attached to co
means of a current of pur
Thoroughly reaerates the
family still ever made. No more fever
tties. Used in Maefhdderi Health Home and Public I
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water. Marvel of const ruction and production. The first pri
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8eml for circulars amt testimonials.
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pair oi tnest sircars.
We will give you a PAIR, Free
This latest ami most useful Household Invention will
be sent FREE, postage prepaid, to every new subscrib
er and every old subscriber who pays another year at
$1.00. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to
secure a pair of Shears whose cutting edge will never
wear dull, and which will cut anything from wet tissue
paper to a heavy horse blanket.
The Tension Spring attachment does away with re-
sharpening entirely and enables the user to set the ten-
sion on the rivet so that any kind of material may be
cut with perfect ease without tiring the hand. The ten-
sion Spring takes up all wear on the rivet, making the
Shears practically indestructible. A simple turn of the
little thumb screw, shown in the engraving, tightens up
the blades ns closely as may be desired. Any woman
who has had the exasperating experience of trying to
use a dull pair of Shears can readily appreciate the val-
ue of the new invention which keeps this pair of shears
ALWAYS SHARP and in perfect cutting condition.
No matter how many pairs of shears or scissors you
may have around the house, you need this pair with the
Tension Spring, and when you get and use it once, you
will use it in preference to any other you may have.
These SHEARS are perfectly finished and heavily
nickel-plated. You can not buy these shears. If you
could they would cost you $1.25-—but Vou cant buy
t|1(,m_the only way you can get them is with a sub-
scription to The Canadian Valley News.
the quality of the material and workmanship iu this pair
of Shears to he first class, that the Tension Spring de-
vice doubles the usefulness of the Shears and does away
with the need of resharpening, and, furthermore, a
Guarantee Certificate accompanies every pair, agreeing
.-that if this pair of Shears breaks or in any way he
comes defective within FIVE YEARS from date of pm
chase it. will be replaced with a NEW pair without cost.
Every new subscriber and every old subscriber who
pays a year in advance will receive a pair of the Shears.
You don’t have to wait for them—we have them on
hands and deliver them to you when you pay your sub-
Those who are already paid in advance may secure
the Shears by paying another year at $1.00.
Send all Subscriptions and Money to <
me News. Jones 6®
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT.
State of Oklahoma. ) .
Oklahoma County, f
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Clif-
ford W. liaumbacb, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that W. R.
Baurnbach, the duly appointed and
qualified Executor of the estate of
Clifford W. Bauiubacb, deceased,
lias rendered and presented f >r set-
tlement and filed in said court Ilia
final account and report of his ad-
ministration as such executor and
praying for distribution of the bal-
ance in his (innds. and that Satur-
day, the 21st day of August, A. I).,
ItlOil, being a day of the regular
term of said court, to-wit: of the
July term, A. D.. lOOi), at U o' clock
in the forenoon of said day. at the
County Court room in the city of
Oklahoma City, in said county of
Oklahoma, has been duly appointed
T. E. MOORE,
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: Money Loaned.,
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.