The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 5 of 10
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ye are placing all candy on sale for a
short time at greatly reduced prices.
They are the BEST.
of these goods in 1-4 lb. to 2 lb. boxes
which we are selling now at cost. They
can't last long. Better buy now. Also
Lois of other Candy
All good and at very low prices.
Highest Market Price
7 PEH CENT INTEREST--2 PER CENT COMMISSION
M0RT6A6E WITHOUT INTEREST
FIVE OR r SEVEN "YEARS
YOU GET ALL YOU BORROW
The Wheat Belt Investment Co.
As you sew so shall ye reap
Sew on a SINGER Sewing
Machine reap a lifetime of
See or Phone SETH PRIDDY
at Robertson's Store
CASH YOUR SALE NOTES.
I am fixed to Cash
Your Sale Notes
You Arrango For Your Sale
V. L. MASON
L00FB0URR0W & RIZLEfl
Ottlce at Court House
L. S. MUNSELL M. D.
Calls answered promply
fcy automobile to all parts of
Geo. H. Healy
DICKSON St DICKSON
BEAVER - - OKLA.
the Vassar goods.
We have a big line
Poultry Eggs Cream
Fred C. Tracy
DR. M. H. LEVI
City or Country Calls Promptly
Attended Day or Night.
Mary D. Twyford M. D.
Phono No. 104.
Ollice at Residence
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money to loan on farms
lowest rates quick money and
I represent tho Newton State Bank
fc Trust Co Newton Illinois.
Write or call on mo if you want a
II. S. JUDY
Room 0 P. O. Bldg.
DR. O. NOBELL
Special Treatments given for Granulated
Lldi Car.rer Tuberculosis Hemorrhoid!
Dropsy Etc. Residence Telephone 93.
Office first door south of OX VFR flVI I
Telephone OIHce. QCHItn UM.H
. Cash Only
AH Work Guaranteed
75 Cents per Hour
G BRAIDWOOD BEAVER OKLAHOMA
ROLL OF HONOR
S J. Sears Denver
Fred Turner Atwell Colo.
John II. Dtrg Heaver.
V P. Evans Beaver.
Oily Oncal Ivanlioe.
0. J. Borden Beaver
Thai. S. Whiienhunt Gate.
Harvey Ives. Beaver.
J. P. Anderson LaKemp.
Homer McCay Coldwator Kansas.
A.O. Caldwell Vinton Ohio by J E
G. F. Hcinrichs Balko.
Dr. T. L. HlRRinbotham Hutohln-
Ron Kansas. '
C. J. Leisure Beaver.
FORGET YOUR ACHES.
SUIT knees aching limbs lame back
make life a burden. If you sutler from
rheumatism gout lumbago neuralgia
get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment the
unlvorsal remedy for pain. Easy to
apply; It penetrates without rubbing
and soothes the tender flesh. Cleaner
and more effective than mussy oint-
ments or poultices. For strains or
sprains sore muscles or wrenched lig-
aments resulting from strenuous exer-
cise Sloan's Liniment gives quick re-
lief. Keep it on hand for emergencies.
At your Druggist' 2."c.
We havo had several good showers
in this community the past week.
Born To Mr. and Jlrs. I. II. Sharpe
Tuesday August 29 a fine boy baby.
Mother and baby doing tine and Ike
is stepping around like a millionaire.'
Mr- and Mrs. G. H. Law Mr. and
Mrs. V W. Hayden and family and
Frank Langley made a trip toLaKcmp
Lela Langley has been sick the past
few days but is better at this writing.
V. W. Hayden and family spent Mon-
day and Tuesday at Frank Langley's.
Ivla Green has been helping Mrs.
Myers cook for broomcorn hands the
Quite a crowd gathered at W. L.
Taylor's last Sunday and gave them a
surprise farawell dinnor as they art
moving down near LaKemp. Wo are
all sorry to see them laave here but
we wish them luck in their new home.
Wbeuever You Need a General Tonh.
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININB
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. SO cents.
Co. Clerk and
Com. 1st DUt.
Com. 2d Dlst.
Com. 3d DUt.
W. O. Crow.
P. P. Frysinger.
ex-oSicio Register of
H. M. Bulick.
John A. Spohn
G. T. Ayers.
J. M. Jones.
C. C. DeQraw.
O. F. Twyford.
Geo. H. Wright.
J. II. Orliwell Gate.
W. O. Rutledge
Thos. McLaln. Gray
- Howard M. Drake.
BEAVER MEADE & ENBLEWOOD RY.?
EiTectivo 12:01 a. m.. April 10th 1010
12 30 5 45LvBEAVERAr 7 40 3 15
12 45 6 00 fHcKee 7 15 3 00
1 15 6 30ArForganlv 7 00 2 30
Nos. 1 and 2 Dally
Nos. 3 and I. Daily except Sunday
Sohi'dulu subject to change without
Connections at Forgan
WICHITA FALLS &
ft ORTH WESTERN.
No. 3 passenger arrives. ...0:10 p. m
No. 21 local arrive 3 -15 p. in
No. passenger leaves 6:IS a m.
No. 22 local leaves 0;15a. in.
Connections at Woodward t
Going East Going West
1:10 a. m.
5:43 p m
4:40 a. in.
Connections at Elk City
Going East Going West
3:20 p.m. 12:20 p. m
3:51 p.m. 12:40 a. m
E. 0. Nicholson D. D. S.
Everything in Modern Dentistry.
BEAVER ONLY OFFICE.
Office Hours 8:06 to 12:00 1:00 to 8:00
Thone 201. '6-4
Figures complled-by tho Italian gov-
ernment show that tho world producod
4300000000 bushels of wheat last
year on Increase of 800000000 bush-
els over tho year before
Supported by spectnclo bows from
tho cars n rcsplrUor has been Invent-
ed for surgeons dentists nnd barbers
to provent their breath mingling with
that of patients or patrons.
Around tho central tubo of n new
antiseptic telephono mouthpiece Is a
container for disinfectants that glvo
off '".mes in such a way as to kill alt
germs that enter tho dovlco.
Tho government of Now Zealand
is building n flvc-mlle rntlroad tunnel
at a cost of nearly $5000000 to glvo
close connection between tho east and
west coasts of South Island.
German lithographers havo found
they can electroplato paper for uao In
their work without danger of It absorb-
ing tho plating bath liquid by first
coating tho paper with varnish.
For lessening nutomobllo headlight
glaro thero has been Invented a act
of spiral plates so mounted on tho
outer rim that tlioy can be swung
across tho lens as much as Is deslrod.
A submerged oak forest covorlng
several square miles from which logs
moro than 100 feet In length hnvo
been taken was discovered by Rus-
sian engineers whllo dredging a river.
Tho known coal areas of tho Unltod
States cover about 310000 squaro
miles and there nro about 100000
squaro miles more that aro bollovod
to bo underlaid with markctablo coal.
DOLLARS AND DINNER PAILS
Most people mcasuro buslnoss suc-
cess by the amount of money a man
want the monoy to buy com-
That la your object la it not?
If money will not buy comfort of
what use la It?
Bottor not have two coppers to rub
togother and bo at peace with the
world And the possessor of a few good
trlonds than possess millions and be
alono In the world.
You say you envy the man with mil-
lions for tho luxuries he can buy but
aa a matter or fact you may bo far
richer than he.
Ho enviea you your freedom from
care nn'd your warm truo friends.
The man who rides by you In a
limousine whllo you sit near your
work and oat your dinner from a well-
filled dinner pall would often glvo the
car If he wero able to eat tho contents
of that pall with a relish.
It Is the stato of mind and physical
being which mako for happiness.
Pcaco and comfort cannot be bought
Better go without tho dollars It
you must have misery as a running
partner. Chicago American.
The hosa that's alius Jumpln' foncos
must keep bissolf thin.
Never ond a business sentenco with'
out a proposition
It is a lucky strike when merchan-
dise walks out for more monoy than
it has been gottlnc.
Wo havo another theory that tho
less you do for people and tho more
you let them do for you tho bottor
they like you.
Somoono says that we halvo our
troubles by telling them. Maybe. Dut
don't you ovor bcltovo that telling a
trouble twlco will do away with It!
After nil Is said and dono wo can
all agreo to this extent: that nobody
over trusts anything that can by any
stretch of Imagination bo callod a
Tho man who ctrctches and strains
his Incorao in tho attempt to look moro
prosperous than ho really Is Is send-
ing out gilt-edgod invitations to pov-
erty. McCIary'a Magazine
Patriotism raroly consists of voting
a straight ticket.
When a man says
means unpleasant talk
plain talk he
There Is also tho sort ot morality
that Is duo to cold feet.
Most men are busy enough not to
i want to servo on" a Jury.
A triond Is a useful Institution
you don't uso htm too much.
Sometimes a line ot hot air la digni-
fied by calling It a propaganda.
While one is paying Interest ho
fthnuMn't lead too many reform move
ments. Atchison Olobe. J
Take Your Work To
After Four Tears of Discouraging
Conditions Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron Ky. In an Interesting letier
from this place Mrs. Bettle Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered (or four
years with womanly troubles and during
this time 1 could only sit up for a little
while and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times I would have severe pains
In my left sldei
The doctor was called in and his treat-
ment relieved me for a while but I was
too confined to my bed again. Alter
But nothing seemed to do me any good.
&&&&&&& $& ag aifo ?&
Scandrett & Fuest
Ellwood and Royal Hog Fence 1
TH.E LIBERAL HOSPITAL
SURGERY X-RAY AND DIAGNOSIS :: EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
Liberal : : : : Kansas.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER p&fZJXZ
Cement or i rama
ilulldiim sco me before contracting. Estimates for nil kind of buildings. 2Q
years or experience vuieni erect your uunu-
Ing'you must be satisfied with It.
Opposite HERALD Office
R.enirew Investment Co.
Farm Loans Insurance
W. F. Carson Agt. Beaver Oklahoma.
Join the Commercial
Their Printing Is Perfect
I had gotten so weak I could not stand
and I gave up In despair.
At last my husband got me a bottle of
Cardul the woman's tonic and I com-
menced taking It. From the very first
dose I could tell It was helping me. 1
can now walk two miles without Itt
tiring me and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles don't give up In despair. Try
Cardul the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women In Its 59
years ot continuous success and should
surely help you too. Your druggist ha
sold Cardul for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recotsv
mend It Begin taking Cardul today.
Wrllo tot O'tttnoofi Mllcln. Co.. UiSft
Advisory Dtpt.. Oxtunoofi Term. (or StmosoI
fufructioru your cost anJ64-psi book. Mom
Ttmumsi for Wmh." Mai la uia trunr. M
WsuS' & "33? 7!5t?
W. F. Shaw gE
and SHORT ORDERS
Denver. OKI a.
Club and be a Booster.
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