Source: Lancaster Times
Source type: newspaper
Document type: advertisement
Document title: none
City of publication: Lancaster, New York
Date of publication: 24 October 1901
Volume number: 22
Issue number: 21
|[advertisement]. Lancaster Times 24 Oct. 1901 v22n21: p. .|
|advertisements (McKinley memorial books); advertisements (William McKinley: His Life and Work); McKinley memorialization (books).|
|Charles H. Grosvenor; William McKinley.|
|Advertisement for Charles H. Grosvenor’s William McKinley: His Life and Work (Washington, DC: Continental Assembly, 1901).|
HIS LIFE AND WORK.
G. C H. G .
The late President’s life-long friend, comrade in war, colleague in Congress and champion in House of Representatives, was near the President’s side with other great men when his eyes were closed in death; followed his remains to the National Capitol and to Canton. Millions of copies will be sold. Sales spreading like fire in dry stubble; men and women taking 10 to 50 orders daily. It is the official book. Eulogies from Governors, Senators, editorials from great dailies. Last and dying words of world’s great men, but none so grand as McKinley’s—“It is God’s Way.” Contains photogravure of last photograph of President ever taken. You can easily and quickly clear $2,500. The General requires that share of proceeds of sale of every book sold shall be donated to a McKinley Monument Fund. Thus every subscriber to this book becomes a contributor to this fund. Everybody will buy it; orders for the asking; no one will refuse. Send 12 2-cent stamps for elegant prospectus; 100,000 copies will be sold in this vicinity quick; wide-awake business man or woman of some means can make a fortune quick by getting sole control of a State.
THE CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY,
Corcoran Bldg., Opp. U. S. Treasury,
Washington, D. C.