Renfrew's Record (Alva, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, May 14, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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TME PPUCiNT MAWWILL EE WARE
OF SMOOTH STRANGERS
RENFREW’S RECORD, ALVA, OKLAHOMA
If all these schemes which “smooth” strangers come
around to peddle are'such great “Money Makers” why
don’t they keep them themselver?
When a man is trying hard to sell you a proposition
there is something in it for Him—thats a sure thing.
Is it not better for us all to keep our money heae at
home, invest in and build up Our Own community?
The man who does this is prosperous.
Central State Bank
The danee at Frank Frank Shed-
dy s Saturday night was attended b>
a few from this neighborhood.
Mrs T. C. Sehwennesen and
daughters Mildred and Betlah spent
Saturday night and Sunda> with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cole.
The wheat and gardens sure look
beautiful in this vicinity. Big pros-
pects for another good wheat crop.
Mr Bert Fisher called on Levi
( ole Sunday afternoon. Mr. Fisher
and children are making arrange-
ments to move on Dr. Clark’s farm
Well as news is scarce I will close.
As ever. Gazelle.
A Sluggish Liver -Needs Attention.
Let your liver get torpid and you
are in for a spell of misery. Every-
body gets an attack now and then.
Thousands of people keep their Liv-
ers active and healthy by using Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Fine for the
Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness,
Constipation, Biliousness and Indi-
gestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c
at your Druggist. 2
Well the wheat
Mrs. Milledge and friend , Mrs.
Gornflo called ou Mrs. Paul Mat-
thews Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Kearns is still improving at
Mr. and Mrs. Pfieider and fam-
ily visiter Mr. and Mrs. Hass and
Mr. and Mrs Irvin Yohn and.
little son were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Llayton visited
their daughter and family, Mr. and j
Mrs. Jesse Corbin. Sunday.
Mrs. Pfieider is on the sick list
Well as it rained quite a lot dur-
ing the week there was not much j
visiting or anything going on in this
vicinity so news is scarce.
Misses Ada and Elsie Pfieider,
Reeta Yohn and Anna Bales were
visiting Miss Bernice Grey of Hope-
Well I will quit and go see.
Tom Pint of east
business visitor in the
Mrs. Alva Sibel
visiting in eastern Kansas arrived
on the Saturday Santa Fe.
Mrs. Buiah Hurt of Homestead
Satur- arrived on the Saturday Rock Island
and will attend the summer terra
_ of school.
who has been - ---
Mrs. Uus Harfwiger returned on
the Saturday Santa Fe from Chand-
ler where she has been visiting her
Alta Smith of Norman. Okla. ar-
rived on the Saturday Rock Island
to attend the funeral of Geo. W.
Drake left on the
Fe for her ranch
Mr. Folsom and daughter arriv-
ed on the Saturday Santa Fe from
Wm. Leweliing Saturday even-
ing left for Wichita, Kansas.
The Personal Service Bank
Q. A. Harbaugh, Pres.
Geo. 8. Mead, Vlce-Pres.
T. F. Fenneesey, Vice-Pres.
H. E. Noble, Cashier
E. E. Wilson, Asst. Cashier.
30 miles northwest of Alva.
Well, hello, everybody, here I am
Leo. Cox is working for Mr.
Wheelock near Freedom.
The surprise party on Mr. and
•Mrs. Elmer Moore last Saturday
night was well attended and every
one says they had a good time.
D. S. Sullivan made a business
trip to Alva today, (Monday).
J. B. Mc.Murphy received word
that his father was very low Sunday
morning and for him to come at
once. He is down there now.
Mr. Dixed is working on a barn
for Mr. Parfks near Faulkner.
Bill and Addle Moore were Sun-
day visitors at Frank Hickeys’.
There will be a pie supper and
candy carnival at Farry Saturday |
night. Come and hajre a good time. |
J. *1 McMurphy leased the Wes!
Curtis 150 for this year.
Well this is all 1 know so I’ll have
to ring off, so bye-bye.
1 Rheumatism Yields Quickly to
You can't prevent an attack of
Rheumatism from coming on, but
you can stop It almost immediately.
Sloan's Liniment gently applied to
the sore joint or muscle penetrates
In a few minutes to the inflamed
epot that causes the pain. It
eoothes the hot, tender, swollen
feeling, and in a very short time
brings a relief that is almost un-
believable until you experience It.
Get a bottle of Sloan'B Liniment for
2 5c. of any Druggist and have It in
the house—against Colds, Sore am)
Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica
and like ailments. Your money
back if not satisfied, but It does
give almost instant relief. 2
and Mrs. H. G. Ames and children,
Miss Rosa Dapron and Mr. George
Misses Vivian, Vernon aDd Mild-
red Parker have the mumps. Neith-
er is seriously ill at this writing.
Mrs. Irvin Porter and baby of
near Keith are very sick with meas-
Mr. A. E. Hickey is very sick at
the time of this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw were
out joying riding Sunday afternoon
and visited Cherokee and Stella Ac-
Well as news is scarce I will ring
off for this time.
1 am as ever,
After being absent so long I will
We had a fine rain Tuesday night
It was just what we needed to
break the crust.
The wheat and gardens are sure
looking fine in this neighborhood.
The young chickens are doing
Mrs. J. Romig has 212 little
chickens and will soon have frying
The Ladle Met at Mrs Barney-
last Wednesday to quilt a quilt for
Quite a bit of sickness in this
Mr. George Davis has moved to
Alva to live.
Mr. L. D. Romig took a hog to
Mr. H. Tiggs lost a fine mare
Mr. L. Romig is building a new-
Some new neighbors are moving
in on the D bar ranch.
Miss Minnie McConkey- has taken
in some cattle to pasture. She and
her nephew were fixing fence yes-
Dortha Romig visited L. Romig
and H. Bosworth last Saturday- and
Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel were cal-
lers of Alva last Friday.
Mrs. Alpha Walker is improving
Mr. and Mrs. Romig called on J.
E. Tibbs last Sunday.
Well I will ring off Blue-Eyes.
When the baby takes too much
food the stomach turns; the result
is indigestion, sourness and vomit-
ing. Frequently the bowels are in-
volved and there is colic pains and
diarrhoea. McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR
is a grand corrective remedy for the
stomach and bowel disorders of ba-
bies. It is pure, wholesome and
pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c
per bottle. Sold by J. W. Monfort.
CARBIDE LIGHTING SYSTEM
A Saving of From $50 to $100 on Installation
This system can be installed in your home for much
less than any other Carbide system on the market, and
perfect satisfaction is guaranteed. Write me for liter-
ature on Carbide Lighting. I will be glad to demon-
strate this light in your own home.
Write J. A. McCLAIN
513 College Avenue, Alva, Oklahoma
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phone 492. 2nd door west o? 4
Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers)
sallow complexion, flatulence are
symptoms of a torpid liver. No one
can feel well while the liver is in-
active. HERBINE is a powerful
liver stimulent. A dose or two will
cause all bilious symptoms to disap-
pear. Try it. Price 50c. Sold by
J. W. Monfort.
J, A. STINE, President.
GEO. NICKEL, Cashier.
FRANK G. MUNSON, Ass t Cashier.
GEO. W. CROWELL, Vice-President.
, THE .
First National Bank.
Your Child's Cough U a
Don't put off treating your
child's cough. It not only saps their
strength, but often leads to more
serious ailments. Why risk? You
don't have to. Dr. King’s New Dis-
covery is Just the remedy your
Child needs. It Is made with
soothing, healing and antiseptic
balsams. Will quickly check the
Cold and Boothe your Child's Cough
away. No odds how bad the Cough
or how long standing. Dr. King's
New Discovery will stop It. It's
guaranteed. Just get a bottle from
Well—everyone knows the effect
of Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr.
Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey ig a remedy
which brings quick relief for
Whooping Cough, loosens the mu-
cous, soothes the lining of the
throat and lungs, and makes the
coughing spells less severe. A fam-
ily growing children Bhould not be
without It. Keep it handy for all
Coughs and Colds. 25c. at your
Druggist. Electric Bitten, a Spring
your Druggist and try It.
7 4 1-2 miles northwest.
Hello, everybody. I will write a
We are having nice weather at
We had another nice rain Wednes-
Frank Goebel called at Milt Ber-
ry's Wednesday afternoon. Also
Wm. Goebel and O. E. Samuelson
called in the evening.
Wm. Ross and Brad Shaull call-
ed at Wm. Goebel's Wednesday ev-
Frank Goebel and son Lester and
O. E. Samuelson called at Russel
Floyd's Friday evening and had
Mrs. Walter King visited at her
parents', Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Tuck-
Mrs. A. J. Ross visit at J. H.
Mrs. Jennie Lovett and son Billy
left Saturday for Oklahoma City to
visit with her sister. Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eckels vis-j
ited at G. G. Eckels' Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ross visited j
at their son's, Mr. Walter Ross' and
Mrs. Orville Shirley and child-
ren returned home Saturday after a
three weeks stay at her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bagenstos.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Seylors spent
Sunday with their son, Bob Seylor
Mr. Joe Bagenstos spent Sunday
with the LaCost boys south of Hope-
Accounts of Merchants, Stockmen, Farmers and Individuals Solicited.
Every accommodation extended consistent with safe and Con-
L. C. SMITH & BROS
Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds,
collar and harness galls heal up
quickly when BALLARD’S SNOW
LINIMENT is applied. It is both
healing and antiseptic. Price 23c,
50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by J.
C.APItON R. F. 11. NO. I ITEMS
Friends and neighbors. I take my
pencil in hand this evening to write
a fev items to the Record.
More rain, more sunshine more
wheat. Had a tine rain Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cray of
Cherokee visited over Sunday with
the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Mr. Gray’s little niece, Gale
Pinkston accompanied him.
Mrs. Dan MsArthur returned
home Thursday from Stafford, Kan-
sas where she has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Rice.
Those who ate dinner at the O.
Ames home Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Gray, Gale Pinkston,
Mr. Ralph Sedre of Riverside, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ames and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Rocque Ruder, Mr.
few items for the Dear old Record some music.
this beautiful spring morning. Milt Berry and wife were Alva
Mr. John Rebel and neighbor i callers Tuesday,
called on Herman Cole last Sunday. O. E. Samuelson was a Hardtner
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ross and caller Saturday.
Get a Typewriter at your
own price and pay for it
on the installment plan.
little son Jack spent last Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ross.
Mr. C. I,. Gilleland did some
plowing for his father-in-law, Leo j
Tiberghien the past week.
Messrs Frank and Vern Sheddyi Those
called on Levi Cole Monday evening noon at
on special business.
Mr. C. D. Morris and family have
been having a siege of the whooping
cough the past week.
Mr. Bill Hurley is visiting home'
A. Wolgamott and Noah
went to Alva Tuesday.
Frank McGarry and family spent
Sunday at Milt Berry's, also Law-
who called Sunday after-
Milt Berry's were Lewis
sternberger and family, Lester and
Otis DeVee spent Sunday with
O. E. Samuelson.
Maude Berry went to work at
folks and working on the J. M. Cald-j Frank Isenhart's Sunday evening,
well place which he lias rented. We understand Levi Millers' chlld-
Mr. Sam McDonald helped Em- ren have the whooping cough and a
mett Abell with his plowing Satur-
We understand that Russel Floyd
will be our new mail carrier. We! wheat,
are sorry to lose Mr. Williamson; J. H.Berry and
but wish Mr. Floyd the most of
Misses Hester and Cuba Cole were
pleasant callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Beneflel Saturday afternoon,
also their sister Mrs T. C. Schwen-
few other in the neighborhood.
We hear there is some kind of an
insect that is damaging the growing
O. E. Samuelson
spent Saturday evening at Milt
Noah BcCoy and wife called on
Clarence McCoy Sunday afternoon
As news is scarce I will ring off.
L. Setanhmacher Makes •
Offer. Tm Should Read This.
We are located right here where
you live. Therefore it stands to raa-
son we could not afford to make any
misleading statements to you, be-
cause, If for no other reason, our
business depends entirely upon yonr
patronage. Our whole business suo-
cess is fonnded on the service we
render you and yonr confidence In
us. Therefore, when we tell yon we
have a kidney remedy that we are
certain will effect positive relief, and
that we endorse it with our own
personal promise that it shall cost
the user nothing If it falls to do as 1
we claim, or for any reason does not
prove entirely satisfactory, we feel
that you should believe our state-
ment and not hesitate to try It at
We know that Rexall Kidney Pills
are unexcelled. We know all about
this preparation, what it contains,
how It Is made, and that It relieves
where other medicines fall. They
contain ingredients which assist and .
benefit the several organs closely al-
lied to the kidneys, and have a pro-
nounced therapeutic value for ton-
ing and strengthening the kidneys,
bladder and Intestines. They have
a diuretic and tonic effect, and are
designed to act as a stimulant to the
whole genlto-urlnary tract.
If you are affected with any kid-!
ney ailment we urge you to come to
us for a package of Rexall Kidney!
Pills. You can buy from one to three j
packages, and at the end of this
treatment if you are not satisfied
simply tell us and we will return the
money you paid us as cheerfully as
we received It, and Impose no obliga-
tion on you whatever. Surely we
could not express our confidence
more strongly. Price 50c. Sold lu
this community only at onr store.—
The Rexall Store, L. Schuhmscher.
RIGHT IN STYLE TOO
RIGHT IX STYLE TOO
When we tell you a piece of goods is silk, it is
silk. In this day of Imitation many a yard of so call-
ed "silk" comes from the cotton patch and by a pro-
cess of "mercerizing" is made to look like silk.
See our enchanting silks and thinks made of silk.
They will please you. So will our prices.
everything you need from us for the whole
MODEL D. G.
North Side Q
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