The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 3 of 12
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Best equipped to serve you
- - on the Beaver Market - -
PROBST GRAIN CO
The West Elevator
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C. M. Light
Handle Everything in the Grain
Line paying the Highest Market
Prices at All times.
Oldest ELEVATOR to Beayer
We handle your business prompt-
ly and accurately and appreciate
C. E DOWNS
Phone 161 :-: Beaver Okla.
PUHNISMENT NOT REFORMATION.
Kiiwanl K. Dudding of Huntingdon
W. Va. himself an ex-convict claims
to havo secured eniployinent for three
thousand ex. convicts. He alio claims
that of that number lets than one
hundred liavtt "fallen down" on their
Mr. Pudding has gotten hold or the
rlRht wiro In twentieth century re-
form. Strange that otherwise kind-hearted
and humane people .will persist in
'punishing" the criminal oven after
he has paid the uttermost farthing of
' Why can not we all see that the log
ical end of law is not to punish but to
reform the evildoer?
Pause a moment and consider that
word "punishment." Doesn't it
smack too much of vengeance? And
who ever heard of vengeance reform
ing a transgressor? Perhaps when the
vengeance has so completely broken
the poor wretch that ho has lost the
power of renentment we may con
aider him reformed.
As men of enlightmeut and mercy
we should look on the law machinery
of the land merely as the means by
which wc may reform or re-make the
human character which untoward cir-
cumstances have warpped and twisted
out of its original symmetry. The
very idea of punishment is repugnant
to the soul of tin merciful man and
should have no place in our scheme of
We Insist that the idea of punish-
ment as applied to the evil-doer is un-
worthy of the enlightened citizenship
of this great country)
Reform the evil-doer re-make the
warped and twisted character; re-
strain if necessary the incurably vic-
ious but punish never. Let him pay
the penalty for his sins as seems just
iu the eyes of the law and when he
has done that give him a helping hand
Instead of a kick.
TJio basket ball gamos betwocn Gate
and Academy the 35tli vrero cirls.
gamp 0 to I favor of Oate: boys tl to
12 favor Academy.
The Epworth T.eaguq social given at
Urasham's hall October 27th was a
The teacher entertained the llitfli
School and Kighth tirade at the home
ofG. W Wilcox Saturday ntght. It
whs a Hallowe'en party. The old
black cat and the ghosts were there
All had a Jolly time.
Fred Johnson has a new partner In
his liusln-is Arrived the SUtli a son
who will be large enough ere lnug to
help In tint shop
Wesley Tumau and lfo returned
homo Saturday night. Ills father was
not auy better and he expeotl to re-
turn to Kansas In the near future.
Mrs. J A. I.ee is gaining strength
Mrs. Geo. Lemons died the 23 rd
after suiTerlng a long time with earner
of the stomach Funeral ' services
wore hold at the home Monday after
which the body was taken to Kauaae
II. G. Mathers returned Sunday
night from n two months visit at dif-
ferent points in Oklahoma and Kan-
sas lie reports this ns being the
dryest he lias seen.
The Lewis boy"":ro returning homo
from a neighbor) f'umiay evening
when they saw 1) t m the road in
front of them. 'llioy begun to slow
u d tho car but could not miss it. The
car turned around and then turned
over( No one was hurt not even the
car. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis and
baby and Austin Lewis were in the
Elmer Hatch is going to have a sale
and move to California. This family
will be greatly missed. Mrs. Hatch
is one of our W. O. T. U. workers but
we hope our loss will be their gain.
Revival meetings will begin at the
Christian Churolt November ISth.
Rev. J. L. Haddock of Dnlhart Texas
will have charge.
SUFFERER FROM INDIGESTION RELIEVED.
"Uefore taking Olmmberlnln's Tal-
Icls my hujhand suffered for scleral
years from Indigestion causing him to
havepuins In the stomach and dlstrexs
after eating. Chamberlain's Tablets
relived him of these splls right
away." writes Mrs. Thomas Casey
Geneva N. Y For sale by Davis
North Pork. .
Mrs. Hayues.of Wntouga. I visiting
her daughter Mrs. Will Kris at pres-
ent. Mrs. Arthur Williams has been en-
joying a visit from two of her brothers
and a sister and their famijics from
northern Kansas They departed for
their home Wednesday after spending
two weeks here and in adjoining en.'iu-
ties visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cunningham are
the proud parents of a baby girl born
the uth of October.
Mr. and Mrs. Gheeu returned Sat
urday from an overland pleasure trip
G. E. Legg (purchased Harvey Mil-
ler's mercantile stock and has taken
possession f same. Mr. LeOrone of
eastern Oklahoma purchased Mr.
Mr. and Mrs Davis left the past
week for a visit in eastern Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mia John Dyson will leave
Sunday and join them at Helena from
where they all go to Indiana to spend
Jim Cunningham had the misfortune
to fall from the new barn he Is
building and fractured several ribs.
Willi he sullera greatly he is getting
along as well as could be expected.
Marion Hethcock of near Logan
losthis house and all its contents by
fire last week one of the small
children having dropped a lighted
match In tho up stairs.
Mr. and Mrs Avery of Clay Center
Kansas spent the past three weeks
with tlelr daughter Mrs. Annie Cun-
ningham Mr. and Mrs. Will Shepard and
Zellio Davis' family spent Sunday at
the Jin) Davis home.
BWBBMHWMMMLjqLLr: 1 w s
Tint toon 01 a man i iraae are
I what determine his succe'ii
in it no matter bow adept
he may consider himself to
be. The best mechanio in the world
will prove a failure with a wrench
that won't wrench or a chisel that
One of our specialties it the sup-
plying of high class true tempered
readily adjustable tools for all pur-
poses. The householder as well as
the carpenter plumber or automo-
bile repairer will find them satis-
factory. Work With (he Right
Do Your Work Right.
HARRY D. TR.UAX. Hardware
R.eal Estate and Farm Loans
I R. W. LEACH
rhone 141 . . OtIco in Mnnsoll Building
When a cold hangs on as of ten happens
or when you have hardly gotten over
one cold before you contract another
lookout for you are liable to contraot
some very serious disease. This suc-
cession of colds weakens your system
and lowers the vitality so that you are
much more liable to contract clironic
catarrah pneumonia or consumption.
Cure your cold while you can. Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy has a ereat
reputation. It Is relied upon by thous-
ands of people and never disappoints
them. Try It. It only costs a quarter.
For tale by Davis Drug Company.
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Ellwood and Royal Hog Fence
They say the art of being happy is
the finest of line arts ; but it's so very
fine many people are unable to find it.
Scientists tell us the moon Js Increas-
ing Its speed. Rut then who cares?
Wn'ro not trying to keep up with the
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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least d
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all Its stages and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions
riqulreu constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh medicine la taken Internally and
acts thru the Dlood on the Mucous Bur-
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease giving the
patient strength by building up the con-
atltutlon and assisting nature In doing Us
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the curative powers of Hull's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls
to cure Send for list of testimonials.
Addren P. J. CIIKNET & CO.. Toledo.
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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1916, newspaper, November 2, 1916; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69129/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.