The Canadian Valley News. (Jones City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, December 23, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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We have all kinds of
Cookers and Heaters and
will be pleased to show
them to you and quote
See us for Anything in
Hardware and Furniture.
Kennedy & Gieber,
Opera house Block. ( ^
Canadian Valley News.
i'uhli «hed KV«ry Friday at Jonc*. O. T.. by
HI RR K KBVBS. Propr<ctor.
CMH5TBR A. KHYK5, I.dltor and Manegci
VYni. Gieber, tin* hardware man,
had uii ex|Harifiu Tuesday evening
| that lie in not demrmtH of having re-
ix'ftted again. He bud gone lo the
iHtrn near the depot to hitch up bis
| ImrMf. \rlien be was accosted l ) two
11.00 per \ ear. , mt.,, who demanded liin money. A
j pitch-fork was setting near tin- barn
Advcrtiainv ai«: | and Billy siewd this and made
•'tS for the roblH-rn. who, seeing that a
iiumti. i<armonth in i tttflit would lie put up. math* tracks
.nhnc'o^monih .£ op th(. ltti|nm(|
iluotion «hi yaarlv oontractM. No verbal | wum notified of tin1
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nichols Hjient
last week with her parents. Mr
Mrs. J. T. Osburn.
Mrs. Kail visited with Mrs. Carey,
Mils Verna Oalnirn started to
school at Norman last Monday.
Miss Pearl Kail aud her little neph-
ew. Parker Mussel, went to Luther
Quite a number of young people
Officer Jamison I attended meeting at Harmony Hatur-
xjcurrence and day night.
I^M'alx per tiro
\ fT \ retduclii
i\ertisoni« ni oonttnuod untilforoidden. made a search for the rubbcfl, but Mr. \ unce took dinner at Mr.
they could not lie found. 1 l^'jzg's, Sunday.
m Mr. Osburn and Holiert Wigington
I'litis. Smith is building a new wen in Oklahoma City Friday>
Ininse on the Dan Smith place which Kd 8 tat ton called ou Mr. Perkins
he recently liouglil. | Sunday.
.. . .. D, , Misses Pearl and Kthel Tiller call
Mr. and Mrs. George Mclennan
left, Monday for their home iu Vir-
niul h* AWvmtml our b\ 'I'm
nil iir the.v will lie m*«*rte<l in tlmt week-*
i ml churned for.
for rlmnff* of advarttMementu nnmi he
llnth'l- «lflr«* M Tinwlay noon. Till* rule I*
lmi>eratlT« anil Will In no mw tie departed from.
I Advert l«em Wit*
Every Monday and Friday
Nights at the Opera Souse
Talk for Jones City.
Bring in that load of wood.
Don't forge the ball next Monday
Dr. Linthicnm wan at Oklahoma
C. W. Robertson had htisinesH at
the county seat. Monday.
Mrs. Gilbert, who lives on the Jack
llcnnclt place, has been sick.
Dr. Ira.!. Wood is at home from
Kansas City to spend the holidays.
If you are indebted to The News,
please call and settle. This meaiiK
gima, after several weeks visit with
VV. H. Smith and family.
In the Prolmte Court Wednesday
the Hank of Jones secured judgement
against John Proctor for $268.86.
David Snyder of Willard, Mo., is
visiting his nephew, (J. W. Robert-
While finding with a target rifle
the other day John Kwing, colored,
accidentally shot a hole through his
ed on Miss Ktta Legg Saturday ev-
Bessie and Otto Osburn spent Sun
day with their sister, Mrs. J. L.
Crawford at Spencer.
Miss IVarl Dukes is able to lye
MCOITDAY NIGHT, DEC. 26, 04.
A-fc Opera House, Jones, O. T.
You Are Invited.
The Management Guarantees the Best of Order. Admission 50c
Admission I0g. Everiodii Invited, j
Thin fmmt ntoek medicine is a
money paver for stock rabers. It
io a medicine, not a cheap food or
condition powder. Though put up
ir. roarsoT form than Thedford i
Black-Dm tight, renowned for tbo
euro of the dipfestion troubles of
personi, it has the samo qualities
of irvi^orating digestion, ptirring
up tbo torpid liver and looseninj
ths oonstipated bowls for nil ntoc'
and poultry. It ia carefully pn
rnml and its action is no healthful
that stock grow and thrive with an
occasional Hoie in their food. It
cures liojt, cholera an«l makes hoga
gruw fat. It cures chicken cholera
and roup and makes hens lay. It
cor.v- constipation, ilistnuper nnd
colds in horses, murrain in cattle,
r.: d mfc're* a draught animal <1o
luore work for tl:e food consumed.
It give* animal* and fowls of all
kinds new life. Kvery fanner and
raiser should certainly give it a
It eowts 2'tc. a can aud saves ten |
I times its price in profit.
prrrwnsu, Km., Marrb Si, 1904.
fcovDuning your Uli •!««PriiUffht I
■ atrtck ivn«l Poultry Meilit ino 01 mjr
I stock for noma timr. t h*v used #i! )
J kinds of •toe', food hut I hu\•• found ,
[ t'.iftl yours !• (he best for my parpo*
J. 8. HA880N.
F |Kt Will be Bitter
1 Those who will persist in closing
| their cars against the continual re-
1 commendation of Or. King's New
I Discovery for Consumption, will
have a long und hitter light, with
i their troubles, if not ended earlier
hy fatal termination. Head what R.
T Beall, of Heall, Miss., has t«> say:
•'Lust fall my wife had every svmp
| tom of consumption. She took Dr.
King's New Discovery after every-
thing else had failed. Improvement
came at. once and four liottles entire-
jly cured her.' Guaranteed by Stone
Frisco System to Guthrie
Two Train* ttally
The (^ipllal of Okloliouia is now
j reached via tlie Frisco System 2:30
p. in. train fnuuSt. Tiouis the 10:40
1 a. m. train from Kansas City, arrivt
j in Guthrie 8:05 a. iu., 10:00 p. m
tram from St. |jo|iis*, the 11:30 p. m
I train from Kansas City arrives 8:15
p. in. The return service lo North
and Kast is equally convenient.
On this new lino of railway, thirty-
(eight miles distant from (.'hauler, tin
following stations are located, viz.:
Lowe, Dudley, Merrick, Iconium ami
Taylor. Tin* extension opens a new
Held iu fertile Oklahoma, offering
j golden opportunities to those seeking
homes or investment.
In purchasing tickets, avail your
self of the sh< rtest aud quickest rout
from 8t. Louis or Kansas City —
I Frisco System.
Florida Sleeper l
Frisco System, a
On Nov^'UiImt 15th, ami daily J
tin suuuucr season Y
loo System, in ta>n T
Southern Railway, f
nigh I'lilliiiau Sleep- ^
C. V. Downs.M. D I
of 11105, the.* Frisoo System,
ki> nioti with the
will i |ieralt* through
ers hotween Kansas City, Mo., and |
J:uksouvilU , Kla. These Sleeping
t'aiH will Ih* placet 1 iu herviee as a
pun « f the equipment of the popular
* 'S<.utlieasUarii Limilce," schetluled
t^. h'UNe Kansas t'ltv at 0:30 p. U).
A imalernly eijuippeil train, electric
lighted t!af * oliservutiou car, etc.-— }
the i't ute of which carries the travel-
er the pop ti lous cities of the South-
Itertli lvservations inav ik* made
through representaviv«>s of Frisoo
Syslvin or connecting lines.
tassknokr Traffic dki akmmkmt.
Diseases of Women
Can Always he Found at
llin 0llle«* When Not Pro-
■¥m t m OASH
The great college president was slow
to speak. But at length the attack
upon the modern system of educar Mttcy,
•xuu" tlon becoming more virulent, he raised
Mrs. Harry Lopp left yestcrdav his voice. 'The Insinuation," he de-
for a visit with relatives at Oska Indignantly, ' that the students
i........ v"ho make brilliant records ai their
MM mil. I\ml HS . . . L . , .
books do so at the expense of their
Or. Heavers of Arcadia made a athletic standing, is false and wholly
friendly call upon L>rs. Linthicum & i anwarranted."—Puck.
Heporlof the (-ondition of
The Unr&k of Jones,
uPiat Jones, in the* Terrltniy of Oklaho-
iiftiiin after n scri.ms attack of ty „ia, at tlif clc « of liusiness Dtaovm-
|)lioiil ft ver ;l,.;r1st, I <1114:
C. red Par lysl*
W. 8. Haily, P. 0. True,
writes: "My wife had I wen suffer-
ing live years with paralysis in her
arm, when 1 was persuaded to use
Ballard's Snow Liniment, which cur-
ed her all right. 1 have also used
it for old sores, frostbites and skin
eruptions. It does the work." 25c,
50c, 11.00. Sold by Stone Pliar-
Holiday Rates Are Very Low
Tickets will he sold Dec. 20, 21,
TJ and 2f>. 11104, limited to thirty
duys for return, to numerous points
iu the following states: Colorado,
i. * abii.iti r.
'uairldod ProHts, ■ kxpenws
i :tra ts
lndlvldiml l)f|ioslt Subject to('hix*k
Territory of oklahcnms, oklahoms rounty, sh.
I, t". 8. stone, President « r the above
nunied Hunk, dosc> 1 c-innly Mwesr thai the above
-itatemunt I h true a ml iliftt *sld I lank bus no
other llubllt ties and ik not endorwr on unv tiot -
or oldest Ion olho r tlmn ths> shown In tin*
above Rinteinem. to ilislMRt of my knowledge
nnd belief. Moli«lp m«(io<l.
f, s. HTOSK.
Kiiiwcrtljeilind sworn to before me thU 5th
day of Dec., iww.
and CURE thk lungs
II. K. Btrader butchered a hog the
itlier day that weighed (J20 pounds.
Things get hip: in Oklahoma.
A year's subscription would make
a nice Christmas present to a friend
in tlie north or east.
Wade Johnson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. h. Johnson, is coutiued to
his home with pneumonia.
per cent money to loan on real
estate only, any kind, anywhere.
W. K. M into ti. Kansas City, Mo.
Miss Grace Vaughn of McLoud is
spending the week with J. L. Jobn-
son and family, northwest of .loues.
J. D. Yowell will dispose of a lot
of Poland China hogs, cattle and
horses at public sale at his farm Ave
miles northwest of Jones, on Friday,
The Pailv Oklahoman, Oklahoma '
City, will, during the remainder of
December, receive subscriptions at
♦2.95 |wr year, or $1.00 for six!
months. This is a rare opportunity
to secure the best daily in Oklahoma i
at a low price.
All diseases start in the howels. j
Keep them open or you will he sick, i
CA8CARKTS act like nature. Keep
liver and liowels active without uj
sickening griping feeling. Six mil- j
lion people take ami recommend
CA8CA11KTS. Try a 10c Im>x. All
Homesteads! -00 mil-,
lion A. Mo. 22 other
states. List 10c. S. VV. Colonizat-
ion Co. K. C., Mo.
'•I was much afflicted with sciat-
ica," writes Kd C. Nud, lowaville,
Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about j
on crutches and suffering a deal of |
pain. I was induced to try Ballard's
Snow Liniment, which relieved me. ;
I used three 50c bottles. It is the j
greatest liniment I ever used; have |
recommended it to a uunilier of per-
sons ; nil express themselves as lieiug :
A | benefitted by it. I now walk without!
crutches, able to perform a great
tleal of light labor on the farm." 25c,
50e, $ 1.00. Hold by Stone Phar-
for your real estate or
business anywhere. I
can sell it. 1 mean it Send des-
cription ami lowest cash price. VV. K.
Miuton, Kansas City, Mo.
He Was Bald, Indeed.
| He was evidently a countryman, for
when he took a seat in the cheap
restaurant he looked around with rua-
' tic curiosity. His wondering Raze fell
on the head of the man that was fear-
fully and wonderfully bald. "I.ook,
mother," he said excitedly to hla wife.
"Thar ain't hair enough on that man's
head to spile a pound of butler."—
New York Press.
111 i liois. Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, [ Mv Conimi loi,eii j.lm March
Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, No. | cohsbct—Attwt: l«.t;. stona.
Dakota, So. Dakota, Wyoming, Wis-!
The pleasure of your trip will he]
complete if you go via Frisco Sys-
tem. Write for particulars.—C. VV.
Strain. I). P. A.. Wichita, Kansas.
Report of tlie Condition
at Cliocta&w, in the Territory of Okla-
homa, at. tlie c lose of business Dec-
50c A $1.00
Burett and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
■®e experienced farmer
has learned that some
grains require far differ-
ent soil than others;
some crops need differ-
enthandling than others.
He knows that a great
deal depends upon right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must bo kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about a mis-
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
best time to reme-
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be-
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi-
dence of loss of flesh
should be taken imme-
diately. There is noth-
ing that will repair
wasted tissue more
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds
up the oody when ordi-
nary foods absolutely
We "frill stnd you a Simple fre*.
| WIIIT M. tin A NT,
k \\ Milks,
Ii. f. mujk.8,
STATE BANK OF CHOCTAW,
CHOCTAW. OK LA
...Your Banking Business Solicited...
NEW BLACKSMITH IN JONES!
To do good, sullsfm'lory Blacksmith Work one must
Imvc liail rxpt'rivuo'. Tli# kind of wurk wo turu mit
«|u'flks for iUH'If. All our work Is guarontwl to give
Htlifaction. If vou want got d work, corn? to us
IRVING W. HARRIS,
UiHligested food and >ras in the
MUnnaeh, located just ladow the
heart, presses against it and causes
heart palpitation. When your heart
troublea you in that way take Herb-
I lie for a few ilava. You will soou
ik* all right. 50c. Sold by ^toue
Bdgar Simpson returned on Wed-
nesday fruni lula, Kansas, where he
ia a valued employe iu one of the
puldie works. He will visit with his
family until after tlie holidays.
Tli ere was a meeting at the Lllierty
school house last night for the pur-
pose of organizing a literary society, j
Mrs. \V. 11. Diiumlck, Miss Amy
Dimuiick. Mrs. Hay Stcvnrt and T.
J. Goodin anil family parUsik « f an
excellent dinner at the hospitable
home of Mrs. Hdgar Simpsou, last 1
We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
J. Groves and family from our dis-
trict. They moved Monday to the
Olmsted place, several miles eaat of;
Fred Simpson visited Saturday
night, and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
II. X. Youtsev.
A Frightened Horse
Running like mad down the street, I ember 1st, HUM:
j dumping the occupants, or a hundred | ■bmockcw:
other accidents, are every day occur-
rence. It behooves everyliody to
have a reliable salve handy,
| there's none oh good as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Burns, cuts, sores,
| eczema and piles, disappear quickly
j under its soothing effect. 25c. at
j Stouc Pharmacy.
Loans und Dlsroua
I Hunk Inn House
(.'aib und a
Advertised letters remain In the
Jones postofllce for the following
If not. called for 1 v January 1st
these letters will lie sent to the dead
letter o(Uce. Stklla M. Bkkhk,
• :> 00
('uplml sto«'k I'akt In
Undivided I'rnfltN. Lmk Kx|*ense«
nnd t*axo> l*aikld
Individual lHiiio«im-*8til>j«ot lot'heck
Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.
Jones City, Okla. Hural Houte it.
Report of the Condition of The
Bank of Spencer,
at Spencer, in the IVrriViry of Okla*
In una, at the close of business Dec.
and sight KxchHiiKe Jl
Toul *er.of j ti
Capital Muck l*ald In immmui
Siirnlus knnd .... imni DO
( iiulvldcd I'roUtH. l,« s Kxpenncit
nnd Taxes l*al<l *37 itt
Individual Subject to Check 30,IMt <U
Total K7.0SI 71
Territory or Oklahoma. Oklahoma (Xnint.v.
I, C..!. Alexander, Cavhler of the above nam-
ou Hunk. iio Milfinnlv owear that tbe uliove
Htatcmeiit l true und thut shiiI Hunk hu« no
other liabltttk;* and ij« m i tntdorxar unan> n« ta
lor obligation other than that rfhowii W. tbe
! uihjvq statunb'iit. to the lrt!*t of my knotv
. and Iwlier, ho hel|#me Uod.
r .1. ALKX.v.SUKH, t'aahler.
Subscribed and avvorn to ! efore me this ttth
j day of Dec., iww. .lues T. I.awiu;m
of 0« poult
1ft, 425 M7
My CommiNKion <
Territory of 0klat oma. oklahoma County, ss.
I. II. l'\ Mllf . C_*a iiii-r of ihe a>>o*o named
Hank, do nolfmnl>- swear ttint lbe above >taie
ment U true.und t hat said Hank lui- no other
liabilities and I* r* <jt endom-r on any not*- or
obligation othertfcxanthat shown In tho aivj\e
I atateinutit. to Hie *- esiof my knowledge and be-
} lief, ho help me God. B. V. MILKS.
o before ma this 6th
j. A. Mexican.
mmlulo"*! expires Doc. 3rd. 1005.
Attest: Willi M. lirant,
K. VV- Mllea.
xplres Jan. 2&. ivoo.
.1. s. Alexander.
K. 11. Johnson.
pi reel oca.
For Sale: 18-room hotel, furnish-
ed. Price reasonable. Located at
Jones, known us Kreps Hotel. In-
quire of Noah Proctor, Jones City,
De sure that thin
picture in the form
ot a label is on the
wrapper of every
bottle of Emulsion
B OW N E
409 Pearl Street
soc. and £i;
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble in your system
is nervousness, sleepleaauess, or
sUmiacli upsets. Electric Bitters
will quickly dismember the trouble-
some causes. It nevor fails to tone
tlie atoiiiuch, regulate the kidneys
and bowels, stimulate the liver, nnd
clarify the blood. Hun down sys-
tems benefit particularly and all the
usual attending aches vanish under
; its searching ami thorough effective-
ness. Kleotrio Bitters is only 50c,
and that ix returned if it don't give
i perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by
i Stone I'hnrmacv.
All perwins are hereby warned not]
to hire c r lmrl w r one (Jeorge Lewis, ' <Kir«t iMihib hed in The
a ctilorecl Iwiy 12years old. who left!
about October 15. He is large for |
his age, lias l ig fact* and liig whito
eyes, autl in supposed t( lie in the
Creek Nation. G. C. Lofton.
Jones, (J. T.
Notice For Publication
llo|>artm<Mit of the Interior, j
l^and ontce at Cluthrle, O.T-, -
November -J3. MH. \
Notice Is hereby jrlven that the follaalng-
named settler has Hied notice of Ills Intention
to'make llnal proof in sup|M>jt of his claim, and
that said proof will lw made liefore Register
and Receiver f. S. Land Office at Outhrle. O.T..
on .l.tuiiary a, U«iT>. v ix:
Thomas Harris, of .tones, (t. T., for 1-ot t and
s. K. U of N W. 4. Sec. IS. Tap. 13 N. Range 1
Kasl I. >1
He names the following wltnessea to prove
hi> continuous residence tt|M>u and eulilvatlon
of said land, viz:
Rolieri Harris. Rllaa Nichols. KmmettCooper,
all of Jones, O. T.. and 1«. M. (Mmplndl of l.u-
JOHN 4. IIOLKN Register.
Notice For Publication
Dfpartuieiit of the Interior, i
tjftnd office at Guthrie, O.T. -
November 1901. '
Notice is hereby given that th - following
named settler has iilod tioflee of his Intention
to inik.' llnal pr« of in siip|x rt of his claim.and
that sahl proof Mill be made before Register
ami Rcculver. L*. s. Land office, (lulhrle. O. T.,
v. : on .lamiar\ II. iWtt. viz-
, I Nick Oanlerl. of llarnih. t>. T.. for the N. K.
is | «4 of Section 1 Tvvp. 12, tCange t Kast.
Illlt VOU'll j kuLiU
A Costly Mlstak©
Hlnndera a rap uniietinios very «
pensive. Occ-aisionrilly life itself
the price of a mistake
neverh* wwijilfy«..ii.k.- | r.King'.]o'jJJJjjnjj,*.:jobB ^
New Life rilli-s for Dyspepsia, Dizzi « haries o
ness, lloadHclae, liver or bowel t.roub-| ho&i
les. Tbey up«i gentle yet thorough.
25c, at Stone Pharmacy.
Nick Millar and
all of Uarrah. O. T.
The News can use several loads of
ood i>n subscription.
JONES CITY L0D6E, NO. 155,1. 0. 0. F.
Moots Kvery Saturday Night.
VlftttUtg llrnthcrs Welcome.
W. L. Kdmiston, N. (i.
C. A. Keyes, Bee'v.
The Newsies prepared to print sale
bills iu short ejrder and in a first class
Bring: in tlaat load of wood you
When you want sale bills come to
The News ofHeo. Quick work and
Frisco Time Card.
413—\V est— fiver 7:10 ti. m
411—VV eat— -A ai mi ti :53 p. in
412—-Kast—.Vccom 11 a. ni
414—KaMtr-KHye r 0:10 p. in
Attorney ut l.aw. ?
Booms 1 hikI Natlonnr llld^. %
Over V. O., Oklnlioma City, j;
W, A. JAMISON,
All kinds of I'IiibUtIiiij ami Brick
Work. Wttllsfactiyn U iiarantcrd.
Jones Citv, (I. T.
colds that iang on
So frequently settle on the lunj;s and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances on a cold wearing
away or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble.
FOUTS HONEV AND TAR
cahdy cathahti c
1 Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold la bulk.
Beware of th? dealer who tries to ftcll
"something just as good."
GREATEST THROAT and LUNG REMEDY
Cures Coughs and Colds quickly and prevents
Pneumonia and Consumption
C. Unger, 21 1 Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes:
* 1 was troubled with a hacking cough for a veir a nd
1 thought I had consumption. I tried a great ma ny
jr. a t der**-" * ' " ~
*3e . r ,1 .
it cured me, and I hive not
had bronohitis for twentt tsars
and thought he was incurable
remedies and I was under the care of phv'sicim
several months. I used one bottle of FOLEV'S
HONEY AND TAR.
been troubled since."
Henry Livingstone. Babylon, N. Y., writes; **l
had been a sufferer with Bronchitis for twenty years
•nd tried a great many with poor results until I used
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR which cured me of
my Bronchitis which I supposed was incurable."
THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00 Refuse Substitutee
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
S I'O.N K I'll \ ti M At )
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