The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 20, 1908 Page: 4 of 9
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KILL the COUCH
and CURE the LUNGS I
_Jc A $1.00.
Trial Bottle Fret
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Protect your property against
loss by FIRE, Tornado and
and Lightning at small cost.
lowest Rates and Best Pay-
ment plan. No delay.
£. G. BEDFORD,
MET INVALID’S HOME IN THE WEST.
wraanized with a full staff of phyalciana and
M»rgeons for treatment of all Chrtaio Diseases.
m11MTY ROOMS for aoooinmodatiea of patients.
ill Surgical ORermtiemt Performed wkk
' it ftectmmry.
mmu mm d StUCetl when Surf try i
wumep. Many who hare suffered for years
•Msaeinome. Special book fer women FREK
■JTT 4^5 PERMANENT CURE
m- PoaiTIVILV (lUAAANTfCD
mruktut kn\ft, ligature mr cmuttte. So money
-**mea until patient it well. Syeoltl Book Fill.
hAR'iGOCELE nl:jriun.c>r*4 '■T"
“ nd '
rower. Hydroeele, Rupture, Stricture, eto.
waaranvee. Send for
Days, under a Positive
-Special FREE Book
treatment fer loss of Vital
■Mvnods. Trained attendants.
eet.Curv * ‘ ***
Utah Feet, Curvature 01
noiae, Hare Lip,
■mtteots successfully treated at home by
G. fl. COMPTON :
First Class Work at Popular
Prices. . Give me a Call.
Shop in Rear of Farmers'
Published Every Prlday at Jones, •. T.. by
M. B- KEYES
CHESTER A. KEYES. Editor and Manager.
Entered at the Jones, Okla., post- j
office for transmission through the
mails as second cluss matter.
One Year, paid in advance,. . .$1.00 |
One Year, on credit.......... 1.50
Five Years, paid in advance. .. 2.50 *
One Column, per month (four ssuen)......110.00
One-half column, per month............... 6.00
One Tourth column, per month............. 3.60
Professional cards, (one inch) per month .60
Locals, per line, each week..................06
yy A reduction on yearly contracts. No verbal
All advertisements continued until foruldden.
Advertisements must be ordered out by Tues-
day noon or they will be inserted In that week’s
Issue, and charged for.
Copy for change of advertisements must be
In this office by Tuesday noon. This rule Is
imperative and will In no case be departed from.
TERRIBLE MARINE EARTHQUAKE.
THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC.
■ KWAwr or iMiTA’tI'* ■
THE GENUINE CAtPAAlu Cm • BY
buIlard-Snow Liniment Co.
»T. Louie, MO.
Sold by Stone Pharmacy.
SANITARIUM, n l°o*t,d »■,,
■asm. consultation Freo and confidential, at
■Muce or by letter. Thirty yoara' experience
SIR safe Illustrated Book Free, giving much
kBiunDu- information. Call at office or write to
■D H II HOC Ofpici, 915 Waliiut It..
Bile b» W, UUtf KANSAS CITY, MQ.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
plication will be filed and presented
to the Board of County Commission-
ers of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma,
on the 28th day of November, A.D.,
1HU8, for the incorporation of Jones
City, in Oklahoma County, State of
Oklahoma, and territory included
therein, the boundaries of which
are shown in the plat marked
Kxhibit ilA” on file at the office of
The Canadian Valley News, in Jones
City, State of Oklahoma.
CHESTER A. KEYES,
1 will buy veal calves, poultry,
eggs and butter in Jones City every
Thursday and Saturday.—G.F. Hen-
ney, phone 84.
Hands cracked and bruised from
husking, skin diseases, tan, freckles,
cuts relieved at once with Pirn-salve
Oarbolized (acts like a poultice.)
Draws out iiifiainmatiou. Price 25c.
Sold by Slone pharmacy.
Cape Horn Phenomenon Kills Thou-
sand* of Big Fleh.
A sailing ship rounding Cape Horn i
was caught In a dead calm, something j
almost unprecedented In that stormy
latitude. The sky was filmed with a
light haze and the sea flat and lead-
colored. About ten o'clock on the
morning of the second day the ship
began to shake violently, the masts
whipped and bent like flshpoles, and
everything movable above and below
came down with a clatter. It was
like striking a rock, only the shock
was less pronounced at first, but In-
creased 111 violence during the 30
sccondB It lasted. The sea heaved
In oily swells with a strange hoarse
murmur, and It continued to be agi-
tated after the tremors ceased.
Half an hour later fish by the thou-
sands began to rise to the surface, un-
til It was covered with thiem. Forty-
seven whales were counted, many
cowfish, fully eight feet across, sharks
without number and seals by the hun-
dreds. They were evidently stunned
with the force of some te'-rlflc marine
upheaval, and when struck with a
pole by one of the sailors Bhowed only
faint signs of life. In 20 minutes
after the first fish arose to the sur-
face they began to drop out of sight
like pieces of lead. Whether they
were stunned, and. on recovering, Im-
mediately dove beneath the waves In
a panic, seeking safety In the depths,
or whether they died from the shock,
and, instead of floating as dead fish
do, were druwn under by some sub-
marine whirlpool, were scientific ques
tlons too deep for the skipper, but
half a dozen of the smaller fish hauled
eboard by the cook for dinner were
quite dead when examined. The calm
cohilnued 24 hours longer before the
ocean resumed Its usual aspect and a
wind from the southeast permitted the
ship to continue 'ts course.
HE 18 A GREAT FINANCIER.
The undersigned, administrator of the estate of Thomas L. Thore, deceased, will sell at Public Sale
at the late residence of said decedent, two miles east of Choctaw, Oklahoma, beginning at io o clock,
Wednesday, Nov. 25, ’08,
The Following Property:
6 head of Mules, consisting of i span of gray Mules, ten years old,
weight 1800 pounds; i brown horse Mule, 7 years old, weight 1000 lbs;
1 sorrel Mule, 4 years old, weight 850 lbs; 1 bay Mule, 9 years old, weight
850 lbs; 1 eight-mos.-old Mule colt. 14 Head of Horses, consisting of i
bay Stallion, 7 years old, weight 1250 lbs; 1 team of Horses, one weigh-
ing 1200 lbs., and one 1300 lbs; 1 black mare, ten years old, weight 1400;
1 gray horse, 10 years old, weight 1400; 1 two-year-old brown colt; 1 two-
year-old grey brown colt; I grey horse, ten years old, weight 1100 lbs.,
1 bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1150 lbs; 1 Driving Team, 5 and 6 years old; 1 bay Mare, 7 years
old, weight 900; 1 roan Mare, 8 years old, weight 800; 1 bay Horse, 10 years old, weight 900; 1
Milch Cow 5 years old, 1 Milch Cow 4 years old, 1 Milch Cow and calf, 1 spotted Heifer two years
old, 1 Milch Cow 5 years old, 2 three-year-old Milch Cows, 4 head of Hogs and 5 pigs, 2 Farm
Wagons, 2 sets Farm Harness; 1 Sulky Lister, good as new; 1 Walking Lister, good as nfew; 1 Walk-
ing 14-inch Plow, good as new; 1 Walking Cultivator, good as new; 1 Corn Planter, 27 stands ot
Bees, 1 barrel Coal Tar, 1 38-calibre Six-Shooter, 1 double barrel Shotgun, 1 38-calibre Winchester,
1 Cement Machine for making all kinds of cement blacks, some Corn and some Cane Hay, 3
Nets, 1 Boat, and numerous other things.
Also 1 large Farm Team, 1 Wagon, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Hay Rake, 3 Cows.
Terms of Sale:
All sums under $10, cash. On sums over $10, a credit of Eleven Months will be given, purchas-
er giving approved note bearing 10 per cent interest from date. Five per cent discount will be allow-
ed for cash on sums entitled to credit.
N. N. EVANS, Auctioneer.
Geo. M. SMITH, Clerk.
Doubtless There Are Plenty of Other*
Just Like Him.
"I had a conversation the other
day,” said a well-to-do citizen to the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, "with a
man who undertook the discussion of
the currency question and had a pot
theory on the best management of the
government finances. In order to pre-
vent a recurrence of the recent panic."
"My friend 1b unfortunately of very
limited resources, has a large family,
a small salary, and, as I happen to
know, often has difficulty In adjusting
means to ends. This fact, however,
does not prevent his theorizing on the
country's financial condition, and he
can tell anybody who will listen cx
actly what the government ought to do
and what the banks ought to do, and
how the two ought to co-operate, In
order to provide an elastic system of
currency which would make our flnan
ces as strong as Gibraltar.
“The conversation reminded me of
an incident which occurred a few
years ago in London, concerning a
man who occupied a little back room
in a poor quarter of the east end. He
was evicted for non-payment of rent
He had nothing but a valise and a few
clothes, and while they were throwing
him and his belongings out of the
house a bulky manuscript tell out of
his pocket. Nobody noticed it at the
time, but after he had gathered his
clothes and taken his departure, one
of the bystanders saw the big roll of
paper, picked it up, and on opening j
It. was surprised and amused to find
It contained an elaborate scheme for
refunding the national debt of the
“That young bride feels very sorry j
for one of the presidential candl- 1
"Her hubby has decided to vote the j
The Round of Humor
“I should think you wotld run out
of material," said the friend.
"Oh, there's always something do-1
Ing as the seasons change," respond-
ed the preBs humorist. 'Last spring
we took down the stovepipe joke.”
"Now we put It up again.’’
Seven Years of Proof
“I have had sevsn years proof
that Dr. King’s New Discovery is the
best medicine to take for coughs and
colds and for every diseased condit-
ion of throat, chest or lungs,” says
W. V. Henry, of Panama, Mo. The
world lias had thirty-eight years of
proof that Dr. King’s New Discovery
is the best remedy for coughs and
colds, Ingrippe, asthma, hay fever,
bronchitis- hemorrhage of the lungs,
and the early stages of consumption.
Its timely use always prevents the
development of pheumonin. Sold
under guarantee at Stone pharmacy.
50e and $1. Trial bottle free.
The Pope as a Newspaper Reader.
Pope Plus is a firm believer In
newspaper reading. IHs favorites are
two provincial sheels, Venice Difesa
and Vicenza Verico. The latter pa-
per he has read nearly all his life.
When he became patriarch of Venice
he happened to make the acquaintance
of the editor of Difesa. then a strug-
gling dally. The editor's views pleased
his eminence, and hearing of the edit-
or's high character, he offered him his
aid. The patriarch's liberality and
active support soon gave the Difesa a
very wide circulation, and It Is now
so profitable that it Is regarded aB one
of the most solid Institutions of the
Telephone Subscribers Notice
After this date, Oct. 5th, sub-
scribers must collect the regular rate
of ten cents for all messages sept
over the lines of this company by
persons who are not subscribers.
Subscribers talking for others will
be considered as non-subscribers in
such eases, and the toll will be col-
lected from the subscriber of the tel-
ephone where such messages origin-
ate. The Jones City Tel. Co.
Wood’s Liver Medicine in liquid
form for malaria, chills and fever,
regulates the liver, kidneys and blad-
der, brings quick relief to bilious-
ness, sick headache, constipation.
Pleasant to take. The $1.00 bottle
contains 2^ times the quantity of the
50c size. First dose brings relief.
Its tonic effects felt at once. Sold
by Stone Pharmacy.
Patrons of the Telephone Co. will
please not hold any conversation
with the operators except to give
calls. Compliance with this and
other rules will enable us to give
you better service.—The Jones City
We Do Printing
The News makes a specialty of
job printing, and is preparad to do
good work on short notice at reason-
able prices. We print bills of all
kinds, letter heads, note heads, en-
velopes, pamphlets, or anything you
may want. The next time you need
any work of this kind allow us to
figure with you.
MatiZan Pile Remedy comes to use
with nozzle attached.. Soothes,heals,
reduces itching and inflammation.
An operation for piles will not be
necessary if you use ManZan. Price
50c. Money refunded if not satis-
fied. Sold by Stone Pharmacy.
If you are contemplating making
a visit, are entertaining guests, or
have knowledge of any social event
or have news items of any character,
remember The News wants to know
about it. Phone 3V while the news
If you are a sufferer from that
most distressing afiiction, piles, and
have tried many remedies without
being benefitted, we can safeiy say
ManZan Pile Remedy will bring re-
lief with the first application. Sold
by Stone pharmacy.
Pineules for the Kidneys, 30 days
trial *1.00. Hundreds of people tes-
tify to the merit of this preparation
in tlie relief of kidney trouble, rheum-
atism, lumbago, backache. Pineul-
es act directly on the kidneys, purify
the blood and make you feel like a
new person. They tone the system.
Sold bv Stone Pharmacy.
Lady (to caller)—You won’t m'nd
my going on with my work while you
are here, will you? Then I shan't feul
I'm wasting lime
is, by no means, the dreadful
disease it is thought to be—in
It can always be stopped—in
the beginning. The trouble is:
you don’t know you’ve got it;
you don’t believe it; you won’t
believe it—till you are forced
to. Then it is dangerous.
Don’t be afraid; but attend
to it quick—you can do it
yourself and at home. Take
of Cod Liver Oil and live care-
fully every way.
This is sound doctrine, what-
ever you may think or be told;
and, if heeded, will save life.
Send this advertisement, together with name
of paper in which It appears, your address and
four cents to cover postage, and we will send
you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World."
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St.. New York
The News plant prints more public
sale hills than any other printer)' in
this county. Why? Good work and
Ring's Little Liver Pills for bil-
iousness, sick headache, muddy com-
plexion. They tone the liver; do
not gripe. They keep you well. 25c.
Sold by Stone pharmacy.
Agents Wanted!—10x20 crayon
portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents
and up, sheet pictures 1 cent each
You can make 400 per cent profit, or
$36 per week. Catalogue and sam-
ples free. Frank Wr. Williams Co.,
1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago, ill.
A Broken Back
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Hal-
lard’s Snow Liniment cures rheuma-
tism, lumbago, sore and stiff mus-
cles, strains, sprains, cuts, burns,
bruises, scalds and all aches and
pains. You need a bottle in your
house. Sold by Stone pharmacy.
WANTED: Local represent*- j
tive for Jones and vicinity to look
after aeuewals and increase subscrip-
tion list of a prominent monthly
magazine, on a salary and commis-
sion basis. Experience desirable,
but not necessary. Good opportun-
ity for right person. Addtess Pub-
lisher. Box 59, Station ) New York,
Bee’s Laxative Cough Syrup al-
ways brings relief to coughs, colds,
hoarseness, whooping cough, and all
bronchial and throat trouble. Moth-
ers especially recommend it for chil-
dren, as it is pleasant to take, ft is
gently laxative. Should he in every
home. Guaranteed. Sold by Stone
Dr. Ira J. wood,...
PHYSICai (HD SURGEON.
Office, Farmers’ Bank Bldg Phone 16
JONES, • OKLA.
JONES CITY L0D6E, NO. 155, I.D.O.F.
Moots Every Saturday Night.
Visiting Brothers Welcome.
C. W. Ora yum, N. G.
J. F. Wallace. Sec’y.
Farm For Sale!
160 acres, 80 acres of which is in
cultivation; 5 acres of alfalfa, 25
acres of mow land, balance in pas-
ture; all under fence and cross fence;
pasture is divided so as to pasture
one part while the balance grows.
All stock does better by Audi glaz-
ing. 1£ story log bouse, 1 two-
room box house; 3 wells, good wat-
er; well at the door of each house,
and a good stock well. Stables, cor-
als and hog lots. Chicken bouse and
yards; garden fenced with wire net-
ting; young bearing orchard in var-
iety for family use. also small fruits.
School just across the road froqi
farm. Price $3,500.
This farm will pay for itself iu 3
years time in crops or stock combin-
ed, a9 most of the land is fresh broke
and has neither washed away nor
Route 1, Jones, Okla.
This company offers a standing re-
ward of $10 for information that will
lead to the arrest and conviction of
any person or persons who in any
way interfere with the service of our
lines. The reward will be paid im-
mediately upon the conviction of the
Jones City Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
Notice is hereby given to all per-
sons that we will allow no bunting on
our farms under penalty of prosecu-
tion to the extent of the law.
Jno. Finley. K. B. Elliott.
fl MflGIG LANTERN
FOR THE BOY OR GIRL.
Any boy or girl who will secure
eight new subscribers for The Kan-
sas City Weekly Journal at 25 cents
a year, making a total of Two Dol-
lars, and send the full amount, to-
gether with the names to us, we Will
mail to his or her address a Beauti-
ful Magic Lantern with 50 Views.
Any boy or girl can use it. Just
stretch a white sheet on the wall and
you can have all kinds of fun. Full
directions for use is sent with the
Send for samples for canvassing.
Send all money by postoftice money
order or draft. Address,
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL,
Kansas City, Mo.
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.