The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 20, 1908 Page: 3 of 9
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appeal to the 'Well-Informed in every
walk of life and arc essential to permanent
auccess and creditable standing. Accor-
ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of
known value, but one of many reasons
why it is the best of personal and family
laxatives is the fact that it cleanses,
sweetens and relieves the internal organs
on which it acts without any debilitating
after effects and without having to increase
the quantity from time to time.
It acts pleasantly and naturally and
truly as a laxative, and its component
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, as it is free from all objection-
able substances. To get its beneficial
effects always purchase the genuine—
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug-
Mark Twain on Art.
Mark Twain and a party of friends
recently went to visit the studio of a
young sculptor who is coming rapidly
Into public notice. One of the pieces
which was admired greatly by the ma-
jority of the party was the figure of a
young woman coiling up her hair.
Mark listened to the encomiums in
silence, and when urged for an ex-
pression of opinion said slowly:
“It is beautiful, but it is not true to
All expressed their surprise at this
unexpected verdict and demanded his
“She ought to have her mouth full
of hairpins," replied Tom Sawyer’s
Letty was a little colored girl whose
chief occupation was the bringing of
water from a distant spring. This
was very much to her discomfort, for
the summons to fill the empty water
bucket called her often from her
One day her young mistress was
giving her a lesson in Bible history,
the subject being Noah and the flood.
“Letty,” she said, “what did Noah
do when he found that the water was
I.etty, who had been giving scant at-
tention to the story, replied with a
“I spec’ he sent after mo’.”
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Dy local applications, aa they cannot reach the d
eased portion of the ear. There is only one way
cure deafness, and that in by constitutional rcmedl<
eafncss is caused by an inflamed condition
ucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wh
ibe is inflamed you have a rumbling sound
it Is entirely closed
taken out ant
lustachlan Tube. When this
result, and unless the
anil this tube restored to Its normal condl-
9 Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im-
perfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed. Deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the Inflammat:
cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the
will be destroyed forever; nine eases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall’s Catarrh Cure, fiend for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY dc CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Snake in a Beer-Barrel.
A party of foreigners tapped a keg
of beer at Lake Altoona, Pa„ but
could not get the fluid through the
spigot. Investigation disclosed the
fact that the bunghole was stopped up
by a snake. The reptile must have
crawled into the keg while it was ly-
ing empty on the ground, and was
drowned when the keg was filled.
Rest and Sleep.
Few escape those miseries of win-
ter—a bad cold, a distressing cough.
Many remedies are recommended, but
the one quickest and best of all is
Simmon’s Cough Syrup. Soothing and
healing to the lungs and bronchial
passages, it stops the cough at once
and gives you welcome rest and peace-
Jones (sick)—My dear, what will
you do if I should die.
Mrs. Jones—Is your insurance all
Mrs. Jones—I’d have the loveliest
mourning gown that's ever been seen
on this street.—Toledo Blade.
“It Knocks the Itch.”
It may not cure all your ills, hut it
does cure one of the worst. It cures
any form of itch ever known-—no mat-
ter what it’s called, where the sensa-
tion is “itch,” it knocks it. Eczema,
ringworms, are cured by one box. It’s
guaranteed, and its name is Hunt's
The Pied Piper had just charmed all
the children into the mountain.
“So the fathers of the families can
have a good time in the country,” he
Herewith there were some who sus-
pected a put-up job.—Harper’s Bazar.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORJA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that ic
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
By loving whatever is lovable in
those around us, love will flow back
from them to us; and life will become
a pleasure instead of pain.—Dean
XO UK.VZ,,tTii!1[;ARUTHE system
Take tbe Old Standard URoVKS TA ST ML ESS
f it ILL TONIC. You know what you are taking
The formula is plainly printed on every bottle,
allowing it Is simply Quinine and Iron in a UurteleM
form, and the most effectual form. For grown
people and children. 50c.
When a young man Is in love he is
apt to promise a girl anything she
wants, little knowing what a big con-
tract he has undertaken.
GOOD BROODER HOUSE
Time to Constder the Matter If You Want to Raise Early
Hatches—It Is the Early Bird That Pays.
Where chickens are hatched with in-
cubators, it is the almost invariable
rule to place them in brooders or
brooder houses, though occasionally
a person is found who prefers to give
them to hens. They will require less
close attention with tbe hens, but
where chickens are raised in consid-
erable numbers, the labor of caring
for them in brooders or brooder houses
is less than it would be with hens
and one of these methods is almost
It is by no means an easy matter to
so regulate an out-of-door brooder as
to secure satisfactory results. With
practically all the brooders offered in
the market, the regulation of the tem-
perature Is a matter of considerable
difficulty. Several automatic contriv-
ances for controlling the temperature
in brooders have been placed upon the
market, but none of these have been
found to satisfactorily accomplish the
objects in view. The variations in
outdoor temperature are very wide.
Exposure to bright sunshine will cause
the temperature to run up very rapid-
ly; while, on the other hand, the dls-
vent side drafts. A piece one by two
inches is nailed across from one tri-
angular piece to the other to keep win-
dow from falling Into pen. Window
slides up against this ptcce of roof
when cord running over pulley is
pulled from alley. Windows are fit-
ted with detachable frames outside
covered with one-inch mesh wire.
Sliding doors operated by cords from
alley, are under each window.
Pieces of two by three inches are
spiked across from center studs to
back posts near ground. From heater
end of house to the other end each two
by three Inches is one-half Inch higher
than the one before it. Tills gives a
pitch of six inches In 60 feet. Upon
each two by three-inch and parallel to
it is placed on edge, and nailed to
the center stud, a piece of pine board
one Inch wide and three feet two
inches long, lapping two inches on to
stud. Against the ends of these
boards next the alley long boards one
inch wide are nailed at right angles
to the two by three-inch pieces. This
makes lower portion of wall between
pens and alley. Notches are cut in
Plan of a Brooder House.
appearance of the sun behind the
clouds or the coming up of a cool
spring wind will cause an equally rapid
fall in temperature. Outdoor brood-
ers should, of course, be set in as shel-
tered a location as possible. It might
be easier to regulate them if they
should stand in the shade, but sun-
shine is essential for the well-being
of the chickens. Satisfactory results
with outdoor brooders are, for the rea-
sons which have been briefly referred
to, impossible without rather close
watch and constant attention. The
brooder is much more easily managed
if it stands under cover, where the vari-
ations in temperature will be relative-
ly small and if the room in which the
brooder is placed is so constructed
that the chickens can get into the sun-
shine, the conditions will be as good
as it is possible to make them where
this style of management is adopted.
In the management of brooders, as in
that of incubators, it is the part of
wisdom for the beginner to closely
follow the/directions furnished by the
The plans of the brooder house
shown herewith provide for exterior di-
mensions of 70x16 feet. All posts and
tops of cross boards to receive pipes.
After the pipes are in, another set of
boards like the others is placed on top
of the others, making a tight fence be-
tween pens and between pens and al-
ley of a height of 2 feet.
The heater pit is walled with stone
and cement, and the floor cemented.
The heater has a 17-inch fire pot.
Pipes running from heater to headers
are 2 inches and brooder pipes are 1
inch. Expansion tank is at top of pipe
set In one of top outlets of heater.
Top of expansion tank close to roof.
Heater drafts are controlled by elec-
tric regulator. Operated by thermostat
placed under pipes of first pen. About
8 inches of pen is fenced off for this
purpose. A second thermostat oper-
ates bell in sleeping room of attend-
ant wherever it may be. The first
governs the temperature within 2 deg.,
while the second rings bell in case of
accident to the firBt, If the temper-
ature runs up or down 7 deg. from
Pens are 5x10 feet outside the pipe
sections, which are 5x3 feet. Pens are
separated by boards 1 foot wide and
above that 1-lnch mesh wire 3 feet
wide. Holes are cut through the sep-
End Elevation o f Brooder House.
gills that come in contact with the
ground are Kyanized spruce. Frame
spruce. Front and middle posts four
by four inches by two feet, back posts
four by four inches by three feet, all
set five feet apart and two feet into
ground on stones at bottom of holes.
Sills two by four inches spiked to
posts. Studs two by four inches, one
over each post, sawed beveling at top
to suit pitch of roof. Plates spiked on
top of studs. Roof timbers two by
four inches, two by six inches apart
between centers, and can be lapped
on center plate if short lengths are
used. These are toe-nailed to plates.
Covering boards are hemlock. Roof
covered with prepared roofing and
sides clap-boarded over building paper.
Studs of two by four inches are
placed at each side of window frames.
Windows are without hinges, and are
swung In by means of one-inch square
sticks from alley. Triangular side
pieces attached to window frames pre-
arating boards by which chicks may
be driven from one pen lo the next.
One-inch mesh wire was laid on the
ground and nailed to the sills before
any of the inside work was started.
This is to keep out rats and is buried
under the dirt with which pens and
alley are filled.
There are 12 pens, the heater pit
and a room the size of two pens on
the other side of the pit. Doors in
both ends of the building.
Chimney is of tile set in galvanized
collar on roof.
No hovers are used, the open pipe
system being preferred. Hovers were
not successful and were discarded.
This house is a successful chicken
Lime Sorrel Fields.—It appears that
sorrel is not a sure Indication that
soil is acid. Yet, no one has probably
seen a field well filled with sorrel
which lime would not help.
Hope Abandoned After Physicians'
Mrs. Enos Shearer, Yew and Wash-
ington Sts., Centralia, Wash., says:
“For years I was
weak and run down,
could not sleep, my
limbs swelled and
the secretions were
were intense. I was
fast in bed for four
months. Three doc-
tors said there was
no cure for me and I was given up to
die. Being urged. I used Doan's Kid-
ney Pills. Soon 1 was better and in a
few weeks was about the house, well
and strong again.”
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. Holesale—So old Pepperpot had
a kick coming on that last bill of
goods, eh? Wouldn’t that make you
Mr. Lltewate (the salesman)—It did
me, sir. He kicked mo out.
running my farm without implements i
as without Hunt's Lightning Oil. Of!
all the liniments 1 have ever used,
for both man and beast, it is the quick-
est in action and richest in results, j
For burns and fresh cuts it is absolute- j
ly wonderful^ 1 regard it as a house- i
hold necessity. Yours truly,
When He Shines.
Tom—The biggest nuisance on earth '
la a kicker.
Teas—Unless the dear boy happens
to be on the football team.
IF YOU USE IIAI.I. HI.UR.
Get Red UroM Ball Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 os. package only 5 cents.
Positively cured by
these Little Pllls~ ,
■pm ____ - ” They also relieve WlP
BM ITTir tre«»/roinDyHpepal»,lD-
nT I l#m digestion aud Too Heart jr
I Y P^ll Eating. A perfect rem-
Q|i a a edy for Dizziness, Nsu*
r I LLO» sea. Drowsiness, Bad
Taste in the Mouth, Coat*
ed Tongue, Pain In the
i - --Hide, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
i nrriiMr.r ctirmi iumt n>.ortwiuiii<
There are no vacations in the-achool " “ .wren., cioium dimm.
for scandal. I W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 47, 1908.
Sores, and Itching Eczema—Doctor
Thought an Operation Necessary
—Cutlcura’s Efficacy Proven.
“I am now 80 years old, and three
years ago I was taken with an at-
tack of piles (hemorrhoids), bleeding
and protruding. The doctor said the
only help for me was to go to a
hospital and be operated on. I tried
several remedies for months but did
not get much help. During this time
sores appeared which changed to a
terrible itching eczema. Then I began
to use Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and
Pills, injecting a quantity of Cuticura
Ointment with a Cuticura Suppository
Syringe. It took a month of this
treatment to get me in a fairly healthy
state and then I treated myself once
a day for three months and, after that,
once or twice a week. The treatments
I tried took a lot of money, and it Is
fortunate that I used Cuticura. J. H.
Henderson, Hopkinton, N. Y., Apr.
“Didn't you say there was a states-
man in your family?” inquired my deaf
“Oh, no,” I cried, hastening to cor-
rect his peculiar impression; "I
merely said that a relative of mine
was one of the United States senators
from New York.”—Bohemian Mags,
Don’t Be Irritable.
“An irritated skin makes an irri-
table person, and an irritable person
gathers much trouble unto himself or
herself, as the case may be. Moral:
Use Hunt’s Cure, one box of which is
absolutely and unqualifiedly guaran-
teed to cure any form of skin trouble.
Any kind of itching known is relieved
at once, and one box cures.”
The deepest thoughts are always
tranquillizing, the greatest minds are
always full of calm, and richest lives
have always at heart an unshaken re-
pose.—Hamilton Wright Mabie.
It isn’t safe to Judge by appearances.
The man who acts ferocious abroad
may be as meek as a lamb at home.
YELLOW CLOTHES AHE UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them white with Red Cross Ball Blue.
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package, 5 cents.
Some young men seem to think it
better to have loved and lost than
never to have lost at all.
00$0Q0 0W 0010
Here’s where the wear comes.
Children’s shoes need strong soles.
Buster Brown Shoes have soles that wear.
Mothers say they never saw children’s soles
wear so well.
BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES
For youngsters, $1.50 to $2.50
White House Shoes for grown-ups.
Ask your dealer for them.
^ANsouauTT’ THE BROWN SHOE CO., Mahers, St Louis, U. S. A.
★ 5 ★
A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup.
Sloan’s Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acts instantly — when
applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, re-
duces the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing.
gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis,
and pains in the chest Price, also., soc., and *1.00.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
In point of area. New Orleans 1b the
second largest city In this country.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing? Syrup.
For children teething, softens the gums, reduces 1&
flvnmatlon, allay* pain, cure* wind collu. 25ca bottle.
The charity that begins at home is
generally too weak to travel.
Use Allen’i* Foot-Fane
Cures tired, nulling, sweating feet. 25c. Trial package
free. A. 8. Olmsted. Leliov. N. Y.
Nothing prospers like a frenzied
financier—for a time.
O CIGAR is so satisfying
I v to the smoker. Made of
extra quality tobacco, wrap-
ped in foil, in packages of five,
which keeps them fresh and
rich to the taste. Their high
quality makes them cost
the dealer more than
other 5c cigars.
There are many
imitations, don’t be
fooled, there is no
substitute! Tell the
dealer you want a
Lewis’ Single Binder
TOWERS FISH BRAND
OILED CLOTHING A
looks better-wears longer-
and gives more fcenij''
bodily comfort cvf '
because cut on -vj, J
lorge patterns, yet ^
costs no more than
the "just os good kinds's
SOLO EVERYWHERE \
sign of the fish f 11
waterproof fiSHMXP CATALOG FRCC
a j Towta co eosrow um
TQWgP CANAO-AW CO LtwrfP TQPONTO CAN
LOWEST PRICES. EASY PAYMENTS.
You cannot afford to experiment with
untried goods sold by commission
agents. Catalogues free.
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company
537-539Delaware St., Oapt.B.KANSASCITY, MO.
WHERE THE FAMOUS
Lewis’ Single Binder
For famous and delicious
write to t'
alog, wholesale or retail.
212 Slat* Sired, Chicago, ILL
s a ml chocolates,
o the maker for cat-
is made. Formerly the
home of the late Col.
Robert G. Ingersol. Pur-
chased and remodeled by
Frank P. Lewis for the
Single Binder Factory
You Pay 10 Cents for
Cigars Not So Good
FRANKP. LEWIS, Pmorlm, IN.
Originator of Tin Foil Smoker Pack-
age. The man who hag made Lewb*
Single Binder Straight 5c Cigar fa-
mous among smokers throughout
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Keyes, Chester A. The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 20, 1908, newspaper, November 20, 1908; Jones, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc859525/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.