The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920 Page: 6 of 8
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Friday, May 2ft, 1920
HERE’S A MESSAGE
OF GREAT IMPORT-
ANCE TO YOU !! ! .
We are prepared to furnish you Homes, not
houses; Lumber, not remnants; Qual-
ity, not apologies and Service, not
Try Briggs Service and Be
We can furnish you any and all kinds of
building material. Whether you are
building a home, an oil derrick, or
just making some needed repairs—
we can supply your every need.
No bill too large for our capacity or too small
to receive our careful attention
“High Quality and Sudden Service”
The Way To Health and Beauty
Is your hair getting
thin? Falling out? Is
your scalp dry? Is your
face blotchy, full of
blackheads? Are you
pale, listless? Is your
youthful “pep” slipping
Then take your “Star”
and build yourself up! Vi-
bration is a natural
stimulant. It clears the
waste matter, the dead
cells from your blood;
stirs up your circulation;
brings the roses to your
cheeks and, when con-
stantly applied invigor-
ates your entire body.
Beauty is simply a re-
flection of health. To
have a lovely, blemish-
free complexion; to have
thick, lustrous, beauti-
ful hair; to have a youth-
ful suppleness of body
with every curve devel-
oped as Nature intended
you must have health as
In your own boudoir
you can make these
dreams come true. You
can literally rejuvenate
yourself with the aid of
the Star Electric Mas-
sage Vibrator. Try it
THE YALE D EMOCRAT
Do It Yourself
“A little service, please,” is the
cry and the curse of this ciuntry.
We do not need more service. We
can set along comfortably and
profitably with a whole lot less.
The cafeteria idea could be ex-
tended with advantage to many
departments of life.
There are only three ways in
which anything can be accom-
plised in this world by act of
God, by act of congress, and by
action of the individual; though
there is a large and growing schol
of socialistic thinkers who be-
lieve George will do it. It is
quite useless to look for further
help from the first source, as the
Lord has laid down a perfectly
sound and still operative law by
which alone man can eat bread;
it is equally hopeless, until after
election and then some, to expect
this congress to do the perfectly
obvious things that it can do to
help; so you must do it yourself.
We can forget George: he is on a
It is not desirable for the coun-
try to proceed to extremes of self
denial. But we can very well get
along with simpler living, fewer
luxuries and cheaper, more whole
some pleasures. Make the old
car do; make the old suit last.
Buy new clothes when you really
need them, but cut out extremes
of style. Starvation and super-
fluity are equally undesirable.
Stay at home occasionally and
read a book as an alternative to
the theater; take a walk between
the trees once in a while instead
| of chasing pleasures between the
bright lights. In short, cut down
excess of consumption and peeds
up your production a little. A
great deal is not asked of anyone,
but a little from everyone. Some-
where in our work we all have a
little slack that we can take up.
Hit a better pace during working
hours if you are one of those who
make a god of short hours; add a
little to your working time if you
are one of those who have discov-
ered that the secret of happiness
is a good deal of work and a little
play. Get a job if you are a loaf-
| er, rich poor, male or female. No
great giving up and no drastic
speeding up by anyone is needed
but just a little from everyone.
One man or woman to set an
example in a house, a hundred in
a plant—the boss taking the lead
—and a few thousand in every
city, will start a movement that
will quicken the willing to join
and finally drag in the unwilling
by the scrulf of the neck. Life is
a game of follow the leader. If
you can’t be the lader, pick a good
one to follow and keep him mov-
ing in the right direction.—The
Saturday Evening Post.
First Aid for
| 17 ROM the little things
f x that keep you well to
i the things that make you
: well, you will find this
1 store complete in every de-
i tail of its service.
1 Keep sickness .away by
keeping on hand such things
l as we can suggest. For
| cuts, burns and bruises,
1 have a real first aid remedy.
| Stock up well with the
| sanitary bandages, antisep-
tic bandages, etc., that
1 first aid needs require.
I Services such as suggesting
1‘ these things is but a part of
I our job every day. In addition
1 you’ll find us a ready source
1 of supply for hundreds of “First
I Aids to the Home.”
1 TpHTJ SJIEAFFER Fountain
E Pen is typical of the quality
| of our merchandise. The pen
I that “always writes all ways’’
\ i is like the quality that is “al-
i ways the same always.”
I "And the SflEAFFER Sharp-Potnt
Pencil's as good as the l‘en’“
1 Ask for a demonstration of both.
Yale Drug Co.
A beautiful rug is a j
Give it the care it
deserves. Prolong its
life with The Hoover
Injurious grit will then
be fluttered out be-
fore it can grind the
| nap loose. The nap
\ will be kept Combed
| straight. The wealth-
I iest people use The
j Hoover to protect
\ their orientals. We )
| gladly demonstrate
E. R. BYRUM
Real Estate Farm Loans
Phone 95 Residence 84
Over Liberty Pharmacy
For Complexion Improvement
For Hair and Scalp Invigoration
For Fatigue and Headache
For Insomnia and Nervousness
For Rheumatism and Sore Muscles
For Indigestion, Constipation
For Bust Development
For Men, After Shaving
FOR SALE BY
JAY DRUG COMPANY
Telephone 85 Yale, Okla.
May 1, 1920, one sorrel horse, 3
years old, narrow white strip full
ength of face, left hind hoof
white; one black horse 2 years old
arge star in forehead. Owner
may have property by payment of
damages, feed and cost of adver-
Any person taking stock out of
aasture without my permission
will be prosecuted as provided by
1 mile north and Va mile west of
Quay, Oklahoma. Ill
Lost, StVayed or Stolen
One Bay Mare eight years old,
star in forehead, strip on nose,
small harness mark on right shoul
der, one white hind foot, weight
about 950 pounds. Liberal re-
ward for information leading to
location or return of the mare. G.
R. LeFever, Phone J-52 Yale or
P. O. Box 1066 Oilton, Oklahoma.
DR. P. F. HINSON
Office with Dr. J. H. Profitt, over
Specialist in diseases of
The Eye, Nose and Throat
will be in Yale the Second Thurs-
day of each month.
At Dr. Hudson’s Office.
, The HOOVER
j IT BEATS. . .
i as it Sweeps
as it Cleans
(Successor to J. E. Sater & Sons)
Abstracts of Title
P.O. Box 148 Phone 606
DR H. M. PRENTlSS
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 9-10, Yale State Bank Bid
Office Phone 232 Residence 69
! L. W. SCHERER j
| Telephone 200 For I
| Demonstration .
L. G. LEWIS
American Hotel Bldg., Yale,Okla.
We Can and Will
If You Trade With
We have just added a full
line of fresh and cured
YALE CASH GROCERY
Wreck at Keystone
Ten persons were injured, none
seriously, when the east bound
Frisco passenger left the track
Thursday afternoon. The injured
were taken to the Tulsa hospital,
Call at Moores’ Millinery at 118
North Main street if you want I
hemstitching and pieoting done.
Phone 312. 15c per yard.
DR. P. S. MITCHELL
Physician and Surgeon
Will do all kinds of Surgery and
Office just east of the Yale Hotel
If you are looking for the best
prnting call the Yale Democrat
That’H the only kind we do.
DR. RALPH E. WELLER
Office Over Liberty Pharmacy
FRED O. MERCER
Oil and Business Chances
Room 7, Yale State Bank Building
DR W. N. WHITE
Rooms 4-5 Over Yale State Bank
Office 229 Residence 149
Join the Chamber of Commerce.
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The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920, newspaper, May 28, 1920; Yale, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139052/m1/6/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.