“A THOUSAND BOOKS OF FAME.”
I’ve books of Love and Golden Deed and books of every cult and creed. I’ve books by men who fought and won, and tales of Nations long undone.
I’ve books for young men or the old; books of business, bonds and gold. I’ve doctor books for man and wife and books about the Germs of Life.
I’ve books of battle, blood and war; of voyages, travels, near and far. I’ve books of beer and beef and bread, and books for calling up the dead.
I’ve books that bear a royal name, and books that teach the Iron Game. I’ve books of praise and psalm and pain, and epic books of Dragons slain.
I’ve Rebel scrolls of flame and fate, and books defending church and state. I’ve books of stars and heavenly hosts, of witches, warlocks, gods, and ghosts.
I’ve books of monk and nun and knight, and sibyl books of power and might: Some old, some new, some highly priced: books of Buddha, Joss and Christ.
I’ve books by black and tan Hindoos, and books by Japs, and books by Jews: and picture books of hell and sin, from Paris, London, Rome, Berlin.
I’ve Jesuit books of craft and crime, and heathen books in prose and rhyme: Masonic texts a wonderous store and mystic tomes of ancient lore.
Ten thousand volumes rich and rare, and women’s fiction false and fair. My list —“A Thousand Books of Fame” is yours for mailing in your name.
My list —“A THOUSAND BOOKS OF FAME” is yours for mailing in your name.