The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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And See Me About that'
New House or Barn
We Supplied Your Neighbor
J. E. SPURRIER
Home Lumber Company
Beaver Oklahoma '
Have a supply of Bois D'arc and Mulberry
Posts in transit. Going to need any.?
BETTER SEE US
We Don't Keep Groceries & Hosts
WE SELL THEM!
You nuvcr cot old Uile Groceries or KHr Meats at this store. Our
ixlluy is always to move our stock as rapidly us possible keeping it
FR.ESH AND PURE
Our canned and bottled tfoods usiwciully arc carefully looked after.
These Kood.i lose in Uiility if kept beyond a reasonable time.
In the Interest of your health come to us for pure fresh uroceries
&fe City Market
W. G. STRANATHAN Proprietor.
A QGESTKW OF QTIZEKSEIP.
R-ervfrew Investment Co.
Farm Loans Insurance
W. F. Carson Agt. Iteuver Oklahoma.
EYER.DALE Stock Farm
The Home of
Herd of Select Cows
BEAU GAY 3d and POSTMAN
No 430400 No. 40001(1
9lnilt-u Hloek for SmiIc liiupcctlon nnil GVrreniomliiHM Invlti-il
OHAS EYER Prop
HlvBrulilo. Okln. RFD I
STKAYKDAWAV From my farm
1" 1-li mlleH northwest of Heaver Okla-
homa two law sows nod two plgi;
onu iow red and blank spotted other
hlael.. Suitable reward will be Riven
for Information leading to their return.
K-28 tf Heaver. Oklahoma.
SKI.b Northwest ii at .Section 13
Town 3 lUnne -" at a bargain price to
Utilck buyer. Kaiy turmi If wanted
Brokers accepted. -K. It. Kkvnitz.
l!l;i'.' Mnhegan Ave.
10-.1 11-9 flt New York City
Dr. UlKKl'iliotliain specializing in
ursory of Eye. Ear Nose and Throat
will be In Liberal Kama Hospital
Thursday each two weeks. His next
elate will Ix Thursday October 19th.
Phone 1178. 8-3W.
Wu will open our aeamn's fruit room
nn Main motet where we will handle
lu car lou the very ben fruit that ess
be purchased. Don 0. Ksi:u. 1(1. II) tf
Don't null through lift at a break-
neck ipeed. You may stub your toe
Juat In time to frill Into the hands of
To Cure a Cold In Ono Day
Cough nuil llrsilactic ami work oil tin Cold.
DrurgUti rrfuwl money II II Ullt la cure.
K. w. OROVSA signature cu ctcb box. 2ic.
jcH at ti tim t& -.. jc-Ujpo of seu
tr ty e.a-arrc niueJi attntMm..d '
the matter of tb attitode ot war gor-
ercsrst levari U vansg satieei of
tie iA K'-tU tt o&eftf ittp teasers
Aai .tf og to ik faet that oar goTtrs-
attl fcai hid to fettle oae koettr
ctrzaUofiit ditpgtti anting from the
war a rather mxed op condibM of
aa rt it p'eraUiag fa ttui cooctry.
Ie ditputf villi OrtmtUT aad rfU
HfiCiaod fctre deT4of-4 a r-GrrcH
aod acn-Oermaa tiemrmt a jr-Brit-ut
arid as anti-rirltiife We arr tM
till -must eosrrdr errry elafaacrf
uenaany or lour the ifnpatJir t the
Geraiao-Amerieaa. We are Im tM
that we moit roneiliate Britias r
alienate a Urse Apglo-ABBemaa el-
raect. Sow tie thought that naturally oe-
'urt to the jtrxHe Aeaerieaa it
VUat. theatt4t4e of tK-e variotit
element toward oar BoveramentT Are
they American eituea oralirnt That
it a jUelU jB to be teltird.
If tbu pro-Oerman or pro-Brltiih
element with wboe Tee-tnee we are
threatened are ahem not Arnrieati
Citizect -then their likrt aau dltliket
are of tmail eooeero U ui. If they do
not like onr atutode let tbeia go back
to thetr own country.
If on the other hand they are Am-
erican etizeni then another and very
large question ariftef. Are they citi-
zen! for revenue only holding citizen
thip for the material good to be de-
rived therefrom while their heart and
aSectiooi are with the ok! country?
Then the rooner they comi out in the
open the better for tU country. Are
iney here to cull the oweU of the land
and refute to take the bitter? It it
their intention to enjoy the protection
of our lawi and our imtitutiom while
their hearta are with thote who may at
any day become our coemiei?
To the man who hat crod the wa-
teri to cait bit lot tn America citizen-
ahlp should be the mod prlcelett of
hit poiieiiiooi it i to to the man who
in worthy of it.
The man whotakef citizemhipihould
do eo for Rood or ill. One tene
ment and one only ihculd Are the
heart of every American native or
naturalized and that ihould be: "My
country nay the alwayt be right- but
my country right or wrong "
RHEUMATISM FOLLOWS EXPOSURE
In the rain all day it generally fol-
lowed by painful twingei of rheuma-
tiim or neuralgia. Sloan'a i.inament
will give you quick relief and prevent
the twinge! from bcomipg torture
It quickly penetrate without rubbing
and ioothe the tore and aching joint!.
For tore itiH. exhausted muiclei that
ache and throb from overwork. Sloan'a
Liniment afford quick relief. Bruise!
prains. itraini and other minor in-
juries to children are quickly loathed
by Sloan'! Liniment. (Jet a bottle to-
day at your DruggiiU. 'Joe.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD MEDDLER.
Moit neighborhood! have her (and
"him" too.) She is the moit notice
able feature of the landscape. She ti
always on the Job. It matter not that
the Job Ii lelf-asiumed ihe never
ileepi upon it.
Nothing la begun carried on or com-
pleted without her iniddleiome Inter-
ference. She knnwi the full family
history of every man woman and child
for milei around and if an ill-timed
breath of icandal la needed to forever
w.thernnd deitrny a promising career
she furnWhe it with glee.
Having long since parted with any
youthful charms she may have once
poises Jed. the possession of attractive
ness In the young people leemi to till
her withered heart with gall. The
boyiofthe neighborhood are all trif-
ling and vicious the girls weak and
illly. Their mother and fathers are
no better and really one cannot Imag-
ine what the world is coming to.
Nn alTalrnf community or private life
In too big or ton little for her meddle-
some tongue to dip into. Bhe annoy
ui but we tolerate her. She nag ui
but we bear her. At tlmei she almost
drives us craiy but ne endure it.
And there is noremedy.no recourse
Yei there It one. Dr. Ossler sug-
gested It and was frowned out of court.
But honcHtly when contemplating the
tyranical rule of this neighborhood
meddler we sometimes wonder if the
world wai not too tevereon the Doctor.
Wouldn't such a meddler and her
neighbors be the better forlt were her
A CL06GED SYSTEM MUST BE CLEARED
Y'ou will find Dr. King' New Life
Pills a gentle yet effective laxativo for
removing Impurities from the system.
Accumulated waitc poltoui the blood ;
dizzinen billouinesi and pimply
muddy complexion are the dfstre!t!ng
effects. A dose of Dr. I.Jng'ri New
LifjPllli to-night will aJiure you a
free; full Dowel movement in the unrn-
Ing At your Druggist -5Jc.
Isn't It sublimely wonderful the af-
fection Mr. Hughea and Mr. Wilson
are publicly lavishing upon each other I
Piles Cured In o to M Days.
Your drueelit will -efuud money II PAZ0
OINTMliNT lilt to cure any cms oi itching
Tbetrit nreUiaUon drci lUi-aad Rett. Wc
BEAVER l$$ KI0SPE12..
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Oar hoaie it one of the BEST In town and flnt cImi in every reipett
itMti isppUed with the bwt the market aSordi and ratei very reaionable
Everr eourtey extended.
Thoi P. BraUwood
Tboi. C. Braldoud
UKA1DWO0I) & SON
Prompt Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
Beaver ' Hospital
For the Care and Treatment of
Surgical and Medical Cases
Eye Ear Nose Throat
Dr. M. H. LEVI
Phone 188 Physician in Charge
Col. A. M. Burnam Auctioneer
I get the high dollar for your stuff when
I cry your sales
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
It will pay you to see me.
Beaver : : : : Oklahoma
Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night
Parlors Located North Door Herald Building
PHONE NO. ar
JitHiLUtik.liUi.L.UtUtVAAiiti.iAlH.1. uus.ii Itutl jKi
1 Machine Shop
We are prepared to turn out First-Class Work on short
3 notice and Guarantee Satisfaction. BrinjJ in your
work. No Job Too Big. None Too Small to
receive Prompt Careful Attention with us.
FRANK CROW of Wichita Kansas an experienced
smith employed in shop. Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All Kinds of Repair Work!
UCAVER F- Ml. F.MfiT.KHn.Mwn...
T. E. Ditgen
- Dealer in '
HANDMADE HARNESS SADDLES
Horse Furnishing Goods
Repairing Oiling and all Kinds of Harness or
Saddle Repair Work.
Located at White House Hotel Oppo-
site Jones' Feed Barn
Te.l Others About Beaver County
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