The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 23, 1916 Page: 3 of 14
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Try HO-MADE Bread Improver
HERE'S THE REASON
1 . Makes bread rise quicker
.2. Makes lighter bread.
. 3. Makes flour go farther.
4. Keeps breajd from getting dry.
Also take home a can of
THE ALTON BRAND COFFEE
I. W. MOORE . CO.
phona No. StT BEAVER OKLAHOMA
Shearer & Wood
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY
We Get tKe Highest Dollar
REFERENCES FURNISHED WE INVITE INVESTIGATION
M. CHURCH NOTES.
Rev. L. F Slullhoilcn pastor of tho
flhurch at Greensburg Kansas tilled
the pulpit Sunday morning in the ab-
sence of the pas lor who was away In
the interest of the Southwestern Col-
lege. Kev. K. 1. Nfff of Ivanhoe
preached Sunday nighU
The Lad In' Aid met with Mrj
Veeae last week. This inejrt; ex-
rieet to hold a baraar near the Holi
day. They desire those looking for
Chriitmas presents to see their dis-
play before buying.
NYxt JSunday will bo a full day.
There will bo a special ''Home Festi
val1' program in the Sunday School
and the subject of the morning sermon
will be "The Home''. The Epworth
Leap.ua. plant to have a special Think-
Riving servlcf .next 8nnday night
They invite alt old people to 'attend
and If there are Hinge who art) too
old to come to the evening service
phone the pastor or the 1'rest-
dent of the League and they will see
that an auto comes for them and see
that they pet lately homo after the
services. The aubjeot of the evening
eortnou will bo "Our ThaukiglviiiB"
You are cordially invited to attend
all of these services.
Char. I). Norman Pastor.
Candy Fruits Nuts
Cigars and Tobacco
BAKERY GOODS and SHORT ORDERS
O.EO. H. RUSH. Prop.
Oppoalto HERALD Offlco Boavor. OUIn-
Dealer in Poultry Eggs Cream
Highest Market Price Beaver Oklahoma
PINE-TAR RELIEVES A COLD
Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-Honoy contain
II tl" lu.ithlug elements of the pine
forest. It heals the irritated mem-
brane and by Its antiseptio properties
Innsens the phlegm you breathe easier
and what promised to lie a severe cold
has been broken up.' For that stuffed-
up feeling tight chest or sore throat
take a dose of Dr. Bell's Flno-Tar-Honey
and prevent a wearing hacking
cough dragging through the winter.
At your Druggist 25:.
THE BIG FACTOR IN
And holding customers
as we see it is "Interest."
Of course we are guided
that govern others in our
Jine but we've gone fur-
ther than that by instill-
ing into every man in our
organization tilts watch-
word: "Will it nleaso tlio
customer!1" That to our
notion is the real key-
stone of our success. It
is our best guarantee of
Phone 8 for Lumber
Yours for Business
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO.
E. D. HUMPHREY Local Manager
7 PER CENT INTEREST -2 PER CENT COMMISSION
MORTGAGE WITHOUT INTEREST
FIVE OR SEVEN YEARS
YOU GET ALL YOU BORROW
The Wheat Belt Investment Co.
The Golden Rule
CUL. 1 U. MLVJWN5
7 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Public Farm and Stock Sales
Will cry your salo and guarantee satisfaction
- or it will cost you nothing.
Thoroughbred Sales a Specialty.
See or call Phono No. lflO. Beaver. Oklahoma.
Real Estate Exchange
For Week Ending November 18th 1018
II. N. LAWSON ABSTRACTER
Henry M. Just and wife to Fred
Just se4 lO-L'-LU. 1250.(10.
J. l liartel and wife to Henry SI
Jujtw 10-2.U1. 2700.00
Emelia liartel and wife to Henry SI
Just se-1 0-2-21. 3X).0O.
K. A. Ellis and wife to Bradlej O.
Ellis w2nw4 U and s2sw4 ll-S-ja
George F. Underwood and wife to
John .1. Fierce n2ne4 and e2nw4
William A. Mulbery and wife to Roy
Foreman ne-iawX. e2nw4 and nwlnw4
9-H-28. 1000 00
Robert E. Elliott and wifo to Robert
R. Henderson w2nw4 and selne-l
John O. Lowry and wifo to Clarence
R. Carpenter sc4ne 27 o'ltti 27
nene4 34-5.28. 2300.00.
A. B. Card to O. L. Htnshaw lots
5.8-7-8 blk 22 Knowles. 27.00.
F H. Wells and wife to Mrs. Sarah
Stelnmen et al lots 12 3 4 blk Ifi
Knowles Oklahoma. 300.00.
Harry I). Trust and wife to John S
Fierce wJswl 8 and e2se4 7-1-20. 1 00
Arthur C. Gregory and wife to Jerry
A. Key nw4 12.1-22. 2r.00OO.
Frank Kell and wife to Tom Emer-
son 14 blk 1 Forgan. 23.00.
Calvin Clark and wife to Ora Alva
Clark and wife e2s4 and s2set
Calvin Clark and wife to Nora A.
Powell. s2net and n2se4 23-3.28 100.00.
Fannie Shelton and bus. to Kewt. S.
Locke and O. 0. Stockstlll lots 1-2 blk.
42 Forgan Oklahoma. 7000.00.
Joseph W Hughens and wife to
Walter A. Head sw4 3.r-8-2:i. 4700.00.
Sarah J Lemmons and bus. to
Harry O. Drake n2sw4 11.0-23. 1.00.
Gernard W. Sawyer and wife to 11.
J. Dietrick ne4 23.5-20 8000.00.
Herman W. Sander and wife to
J. Dietrick se4 29-C-20. 10.00
Willis H. Raibourn to Aimer
Glorer lot 1 blk 114 Heaver. 27.'.. 00.
Olivia O. I'ostlewait fo JameB B
SIcNew uw4 1C-0-20. 3500.00.
B. Onellland wife to Clara A. Poe
sL'sel 5 bw4 4 and nw4se4 4-2-27
Embry D. Shaw and wife to William
Burk e2se4 and nw4se4 and sw4ne4
18-3-21. 800 00.
School District No. 22 to James W.
Young lots 7-8 blk 146 Reaver Okla
A. B. Card to Robert E. Edmisson
lots 17-18 blk 28 Gats City 40 00
A. B. Card to Robert E. lEdmlssnn
lot 23-24 blk 28. lots 22.23-21 blk; 16
Harry L. Kamp and wife to Leon
Courtney the w2 of lots 22-23-24 blk
11 South Ivanoe. 450.00.
Ray Foresraan and wife to William
A. Mulberry lot 4 blk 30 Gate City
A. B. Card to Ethel ST Foresman
lot 4 blk 39 Gate City. 1.00.
J. G. Dove to John F. Thompson.
e2ie4 14 and n2sw4 13-2-20. 1000 00.
EltaFullhartto Harvey St. Atkin-
son sw4 33-5-21 2000 0)1.
Jeiry A. Key to Joseph F. Ondrack
nw4 21-1-24. 3500.00.
Many people scoff when i( is proposed to conduct
business according to the Golden Rule. But it
can be done for
The Golden Rule is Only a Square Deal
That is what this store guarantees every cus-
tomer who enters its doors. We have a really
superb stock of
Dry Goods Clothing Drugs
Shoes Hats and Furnishings
They were carefully and economically bought
and will be honestly sold. We have the latest
and best of the season's creations in all lines
and only ask a chance to please you.
Fred C. Tracy
General Merchandise Shoes and Drugs
CHANGING SEASONS BRING COLDS
"StulTed-np head'' clogged-up nose
tight chest sorn throat are sure signs
of cold nod Dr. King's New Discovery
is sore relief. A dose of this combi-
nation of antiseptio balsams soothes
the Irritated mombrano clears the
head loosens the phlegm you breathe
easier and realize your void is broken
up. Treat a cold persistently ; half-
way measures leave n lingering rough.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery until
your cold is gone. For 47 years the
favorite remedy for young and old
At your Druggist 50c.
Piles Cured In 6 to H Days.
Your druitlit will refund money If PA70
OINTMKNT (ills to cure ay case ol Itching-
Tlie !iCtlp(J(caUoa Kin iiue and Uct. Me
November 10th. We are needing a
good rain for the wheat.
Most every one is through cutting
J. E Stcuder and family started
last Saturday for thelr'fiiture hom.eat
Caney Kansas They are making the
trip in their Overland. We are sorry
to lose them from the community
Harry Lano had his sale November
1 1 tli. He expects to start at once to
his future homo near Slinco. We
wish him success.
O. E. Blood is making some im-
provements on his house before mov-
ing in. He has been living on his
son Bert's farm looking after things
while Burt was. In Oregon.
Chas. Eddy will occupy the Floyd
Batts place next year.
Sirs. J. A. Hester and mother Sirs.
Sallie Choakley started lor their new
home at Caney Kansas. They will
visit at Wichita and Inla before going
to Caney They will be missed by
their many friends and the best of
wishes eo with them
Mrs Slary Sell of Knowles Mrs.
Geo. Davis and daughter Bonlta. Sirs.
O. L. Crawford Sirs. J. A. Hester
Sirs. Sallie GrockUy and Hiram
Slenter were Sunday guests at the
home of Elmer Brown.
O. C Groves is in Beaver this week
looking after business.
MR. MOTOR CAR OWNER
We have installed one of tho most up-to-dato
battery Ve-clmrtferfl on tho market and we have
a man who understands his business in the bat-
tery and starter lines. Briiif; your trouble to us.
Col. A. M. Burnam Auctioneer
I get the hifH dollar for your stuff wHk
I cry your sales
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
It will pay you to see me.
A CLOGGED SYSTEM MUST BE CLEARED
You will find Dr King's New Life
Fills a gentle yet efTectivo laxative for
removing Impurities from the system.
Accumulated waste poisons the blood ;
dizziness biliousness and pimply
muddy complexion are tlio distressing
ellects A dose of Dr. King's Now
Life Pills to-night will assure you n
free full bowel movement In tho morn-
ing At your Druggist 25c.
Saved Girl's life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-
ceived from the use $f Thedford's Black-Draught" writes"
Mrs. Sylvania Wood: of Clifton Mills Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe bad colds
liver and stomach troubles. 1 firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles
they went in on her but one good dose of Thedford's
Black-Draught made them break out and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
J In my home." For constipation Indigestion headache dlzzl-
jf ness malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similar
i ailments Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe
gi reliable gentle and valuable remedy.
ft If you suffer from any of these complaints try Black-
jj Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-flvt
J? years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for
jm. young anu oiu. i'or saie everywnere. rnce za cents.
Teil Others About Beaver County
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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 23, 1916, newspaper, November 23, 1916; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69132/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.