The Democrat (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DEMOCRAT, BEAVER, OKLAHOMA
WARNING! The name "Bayer" is the thumb-
print which identifies genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for 20 years and proyed safe by millions.
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc-
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma-
tism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly American 1
Handy tin boxoe of 12 tablets coBt bub a few cents-Larger packages.
jUDlrln l th. trmdo mark ot Bayer Manufivcture ot MonoacbtlcwUd-Ur of 8*lloyllo«ol«^
Get instant relief with
'Pape's Cold Compound*
Smith—"They are making some fine
hosiery these days." Jones—"Sheer
enough, sheer enough" — Cartoons
No More Snuggling.
"The honeymoon must: lie over."
"Why do you say that?"
"They now carry individual timbrel*
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! A dose of "Pope's Cold
Compound" taken every two hours un-
til three doses are taken usually breaks
up a cold and ends all grippe misery.
The very first dose opens your
clogged-up nostrils and the air pass-
ages of your head ; stops nose running;
relieves the headache, dullness, fever-
lshness, sneezing, soreness, stiffness.
"Pope's Cold Compound" Is the
quickest, surest relief known and costs
only a few cents at drug stores. It acts
without assistance. Tastes nice. Con-
tains no quinine. Insist on Pope's! Ad.
Making It Easy.
To facilitate the scheme for taking
the finger-prints of Infants in Amer-
ica, it is proposed to make the impres-
sions in jam.—The Passing Show
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA M QUININE
Cold., Cough. ^OMVV
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Tak* no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the firet sn«®e«.
Breaks up a cold In 24 hours — Relieves
Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head-Cascara is beat Tonic
Laxative—No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Many Ills Due To Catarrfi
The mucous membranes through-
out the body are subject to catarrhal
congestion resulting In many serious
Will Know A and RmllmlUm
Coughs, colds, nasal catarrh, stom-
ach and bowel troubles among the
most common diseases due to catarrh-
A very dependable remedy after
protracted sickness, the grip or Span,
PE RU-NA Is a good medicine to
have on hand lor emergencies.
Tiblils «r Ltqiri
IN USB FIFTY YEARS
No More Misery
Just Takes An Eatonlc
"The first dose of Eatnnic did me
wonders. I take it at meals and am
no longer bothered with indigestion,
writes Mrs. Ellen Harris.
Thousands of people, like this dear
lady, gratefully testify about Eatonlc,
which does Its wonders by taking up
and carrying out the excess acidity and
gases which bring on indigestion,
heartburn, bloating, belching and food
repeating. Acid stomach also eauser
about seventy other non-organic ail
ments. Protect yourself. A big box
of Eatonic costs but a trifle with your
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its. Beauty.
before the war
' during the war
£ a package
| Keep Your Blood Pure
Nature Will Do the Rest
, HAIR BALSAM
! Restore* Color and
Beauty to Gray and Faded Haw
1 6oc. and$l.oo tpTOtrelft«.
ntw„r Vj kn.ratcb..mn,.W.T.
HINDERCORNS RfmovM OortUL Cal-
loaseg. etc., etopg all palm ensure# comfort to tha
(wt, maUea wnlkln* eauv. lJVu. t>y wall or at Dm®-
gista. Hlscox Cbomlcal Work* FaCchog-ue, N. *• ,
Did you know that ninety per
cent of all human ailments depend
upon the condition of your blood?
Nature gives her warnings in va-
rious unmistakable ways, so that
when the appetite fails, and you
become weak and listless and a gen-
eral run-down condition seems to
take possession of the whole body,
it is an unfailing sign that impuri-
ties will steadily accumulate until
your general health will be seri-
ously affected. You should recog-
nize the importance, therefore, of
very promptly cleansing out the
system, and keeping the blood sup-
ply pure and robust.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your
drugstore to day, and note how
promptly it builds up the appetite
and gives new strength and vi-
tality. Write for free literature
and medical advice to Chief Med-
cal Adviser, 153 Swift Laboratory,
A few cents buys "Danderlne." Af-
ter an application of "Danderine" you
can not find a fallen hair or any dand-
ruff, besides every hair shows new
life, vigor, brightness, more color and
Derivation of "Magnet."
The word "magnet" Is derived from
the ilnme of the city of Magnesia, in
Asia Minor, where the properties of
the loadstone are said to have been
Reg U. S.Pat.OfT.
dressing for cuts
CHKEBBOfUCH MFG. CO.
State Street New York
COMMON ERROR IN GRAMMAR
Words "Begun" and "Began" Are
Wrongly Used by Those Careless
in Their Speech.
It Is quite common to hear some
one say, "I begun to do that work
yesterday," "the battle begun between
:he two armies," etc. This use of
"begun" to express the past tense
(sometimes cnlled the preterit) of
"begin" Is not incorrect, according to
6ome authorities on the uses of words,
but there is a fairly general agree-
ment that the better word to use Is
"began." If you wish to safeguard
yourself against possible criticism, say
I began to do that work yesterday,"
"The battle began between the two
armies," etc., not "begun."
Richard Grant White, in "Words
and Their Uses," a high authority,
criticizes and condemns the use of
"begun" instead of "began" to express
Of course, it is incorrect beyond ainy
doubt to say, "I have began" to ex-
press the perfect tense of "begin."
Say, "I have begun," never "I have
The Color of It.
"The sentry yoh see Is a green re-
cruit." "I suppose that Is why he
looks so blue."
Among the people who get satisfac-
tion by going to law are the lawyers.
WHERE TOMMY MADE A POINT
Remarkable That School Teacher Had
Never Noticed That Quite Sim-
ple Truth Before.
Arithmetic, according to the average
small boy, was simply invented in or-
der to give teachers a good excuse for
punishing their unhappy pupils. And
certainly little Tommy Smith found it
the' unpleasant feature of liis young
"Now, Tommy Smith," said the
school teacher one morning, during the
usual hour of torture, "what is the
half of eight?"
"Which way, teacher?" asked the
"Which way I" replied the aston-
ished lady. "What doVou mean?"
"Well, on top or sideways, teach-
er?" said Tommy.
"What difference does that make?"
"Why," Tommy explained, with a
pitying air, "half of the top of eight
is nought, but half of it sideways is
A Harmless Soothing, Healing Remedy
for Coughs and Colds.
Here is a remedy for coughs, colds,
bronchitis, throat irritation, and espe-
cially for lung troubles, that has been
sold all over the civilized world in
many thousands of households for the
last fifty-four years. Its merits have
stood this test of time and use, and
Burely no test could be more potent
or convincing. It gives the patient
with weak and Inflamed lungs a good
night's rest, free from coughing, with
easy expectoration in the morning.
Try one bottle, accept no substitute.
For sale by all druggists and dealert
in medicine everywhere.—Adv.
"So they had smuggled whisky on
that yachting party. This is going the
"Oh, no; that is three miles out."
"They say that ferret-faced man gets
along well with all his fellow-employ-
"Why shouldn't he?"
"Because he works In a 'rat' office."
Active and Healthy
With Cuticura Soap
Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Taltmn 25c.
Didn't Sound Like Chopin.
Farmer Spuds and Mrs. Spuds were
enjoying—experiencing would be
better word—their first concert.
"What be the chune the orkestry's
playln' of now?" asked the farmer of
"I dunno," admitted Mrs. Spuds.
"But 1 'card some bloke say as 'ow It
"Chopin!" snorted the farrier.
"Chopin be blowed! It sounds a deal
more like sawing 1"
Buy only "Diamond Dyes"
The Flavor Lasts
So Does the Price!
COUNTRY'S FIRST CORN MILL
GEORGIE'S PATIENCE GONE
Recent Discoveries Establish Its Site
at a Point on the St. Croix
River, Eastport, Me.
The site of what undoubtedly was
the first tidewater mill on the Ameri-
can continent has been discovered at
Red Beach, Me., where Low's brook
empties into the St. Croix river at a
point nearly opposite the southern end
of Dochet's island, where De Monts
and his men settled in the year 1004,
three years before the settlement of
Jamestown, in excavating for a fish
pond near his summer home, It. S. Mc-
Carter of Cambridge, Mass., unearthed
the unmistakable remains of an an-
cient dam of ston£ and timbers. Com-
paring the site with the original map
of the island, authorities agreed that
it must have been the site of the wa-
ter mill mentioned in the old records
as employed by Sieur De Monts and
his men to grind their corn, being the
largest stream within an area of sev-
eral miles on either side of the river.
And the Youngster Signified the Fact
With Slang Phrase Much to
"SInng and children are the two
most prominent paths by which col-
loquial and technical terms come Into
everyday use," remarked Professor
J organ. "Only the other day I over-
heard two small boys talking to-
"Georgle had a better memory than
his brother, and Roger was always
trying to get him to remember things
for him. Georgle got tired of this,
and when Roger wanted him to re-
member something he must do before
school time the next morning, he
' 'What do you think my head Is, a
parking place for what you want to
remember?'"—Los Angeles Times.
Knicker—The modern child goes to
a part time school.
Bocker—And has a part time home.
A philosopher says that people might
live forever if they would only quit
Mrs. Kawler—We generally dine al
fresco during the summer months. My
husband enjoys It; does yours?
Mir. Newrich—No; John doesn't
:are much for putting on style In hot
wiPther; he prefers to eat out on th«
Every cloud has a sliver lining. The
boy who has the mumps doesn't have
to go to school.
Yesterday Is dead—forget it. Tomor-
row does not exist—don't worry. To-
day Is here—nse It 1
iRe Blended Flavors
of wheat and malted barley, fully de-
veloped by twenty hours' baking make
The Ideal Ceresl
Ideal not only from a taste standpoint
but because of easy digestibility, full
nourishing worth, economy and ease
At Grocers Everywhere
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
rontains directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye worn, shabby
skirts, waists, dresses, coats, gloves,
stockings sweaters, draperieB every-
thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton
or mixed goods, new, rich fadeless col-
ors. Have druggist show you "Dia-
mond Dyes Color Card."—Adv.
"What Is that?"
"The trouble wagon." •
"Are they delivering it these days?"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
[or Infants and children, and see that it
Signature of ^ ^
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"I hear Jack is spoons on Mildred."
"Yes, it has made quite a stir."—
MThey Work while you Sleep"
Do you feef all "unstrung?"—bilious,
constipated, headachy, full of cold?
Cascarets tonight for your liver and
bowels will have you tuned up by
tomorrow. Yon will wake up with
your head clear, stomach right,
breath sweet, and skin rosy. No grlp
ing—no inconvenience. Children love
Cascarets too. 10, 25, 50 cents.—Adv.
Billy went up to dad and said : "Fa-
ther, I know what Mary will'want this
year for Christmas."
"It's a bit early to start telling what
you and Mnry want for Christmas.
But what Is It?" replied the fnther.
"Mary will want a doll," said Billy.
And just then little Mary came run-
ning into the room with big tears drip-
ping down her cheeks and exclaimed:
"Daddy, Billy broke my new doll."
VymilDlhie «a^ Morning.
"7//Hove Strong, Healthy
I I* /i&NV £y. - If they Tire,Itch,
V>« Smart or Burn, if Sore,
V/L _ ~~r*/rC Irritated, Inflamed or
TOUR lYLO Granulated,useMurine
often. Soothe#, Refreshes. Safe for
Infant or Adult. At all Druggists. W rite for
n c Mn*in« f ChkAffi
If you like the taste
of coffee, you'll like
and you'll like it better than cof-
fee because it is a table drink of
satisfying flavor, with no after
regrets, and it costs less.
Coffee disagrees with some, but
Instant Postum agrees with
"There's a Reason
Sold by grocers
Postum Cereal Co.,Inc..
Battle Creek .Mich.
A BEVERAGE l
I of different p ri of ]
•"d a .mall portico of MoUt** 1
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Cox, A. W. The Democrat (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1920, newspaper, November 18, 1920; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc236170/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.