The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 19, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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Formerly Saxon Garage
I. N. Phelps Proprietor
Three Skilled Mechanics
Satisfaction Gurecnteed I
accessories for Overland Saxon Dodge
and Ford Cars '
Overland Dealers also Handle Second-Hand Cars of Many
Gas and Free Air
ritfcnut ftrinui atefenaa htit Mr
i J Michel w in a rtrj critic! condition
far uTtnliiji bat is able to be up
Eph Henton retjrned from 5hance
In: FrldAj. All the cbillrea were at
tee fcatral of their mother but Mrs.
Fairy Scighterrr of California asd
1 1 Angui Rtci3n of Csmii. and another
diushter thai Htm in Florida dmauce
preventing their Deis? there.
M. Msm-r aad Col Will.ams
and famine alt) Bea Mehaeirt aad
j the Bachman fatnilv were gseiti at
lieorje ArrastroB2'i Sunday
F. A stevect asfi Mr L7kU. of ztiT
Mai.on. were caller at the Arthur
'tViuiicij horn Thurda7.
Mr ard Mr Will Kris 'neat a
ci.pteofdijt at Beaver thU TreeV!
! tvtasdfr.tal work doae. Mr Ed
uiunt aad Mr. aad Mrs. G I-egg
Mr Col. William ourchaed 1 i
Itvtle chieken jj: hitched from an
io?ubttor from John Woods Friday
Mr aad Mrs. Walter Beach and faai-
ii? vmted with Mr. Les aad family
Mr Arthur William" -nd chiidrea
pent Suaday withT. U tulj.
Col XT2T L.L.
Saved Girl's life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught" write
Mrs. Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mill3 Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe bad colds
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Btack-Diaught
saved my little girl's lift. 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
Close & Company
Auto Casing and Tube
Located at Crossley's Garage
Wc have installed an up-to-date Steam Vulcan-
izing Plant and arc prepared to handle
your Repair Wark.
Bring in your Casings. Have them Repaired or
Re-lined and Double their Mileage. We
are here to Show You we 'can
turn out First CJas Work
Give Us a Chance. All Work Guaranteed
MR. MOTOR CAR OWNER
Wo have installed one of the most up-to-date
battery re-chargers on the market aud we luve
a man who understands bis business in the bat-
tery and starter lines. Brinpr your trouble to us.
Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night
phone no. a;
South Elmnood I
We Yi to Hn rain lat week
. 1.. I 1 -1. .f- -L f
uur ij;ui'j( loanrHiaj wie um me
oth-r t'.e Uth. The firmer are alf
Mr aad Mr P. P.. John-toa Aja
Kile aad fi.iii.yiad Olen Kile spent
the dr lat iuadaf at the home of
C. L. Fowler.
Quit" a few of the children in this
neighborhood have this chicken-pox.
Benaie Kile Is miking a nice cemeat
The Parfchurst boys are breaking jod
tluce the rain
John Kile returned home 3loodjj
moraiut; from Caleyville where he
had beea holding revival meeting) for
A little child of' Mr and Mrs. Os.
HtblM was buried Monday.
SPJUX6 GOLDS AREOANSEH0US.
Sudden changes of temperature aad
underwear brio spring cold with
Huffed up head sore throat and gen-
eral cold aymptoma. A doe of Dr
King' New Dutcovery is sure relief
thia happy combination of antiseptic
balsam clear the head aoothet the
irritated membranei and -what might
have been a lingering cold is broken
up Don't top treatment when relief
is tirst felt as a halt cured cold is dan-
gerous. Take Dr King' New Dicov-"
ery till jour cold is gone.
omaimr in Poultry Eggs Cream
Hlghaat Market PHcm Bmavar Oklahoma
f Scandrett & Fuestj
Ellwood and Royal Hog Fence
Te.'i Others Afcwt Beaver County
It ha rained once more in Beaver
count; such a tine rain . April 11th.
All the farmeri In this community are
wearirfg smiles un their faces now but
we with the rain had come sooner as it
is too late to do the wheat any good
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nichols
April 10tb a iyi pound baby girl.
Mr. aad Mrs. V. W. Harden pent
Wednesday night at B. E. Hajden's.
Carl Elington and Gladys Wjman
were married Kasfer Sunday. The
crowd chariaried them Monday
aight. There also was a charivari Sat-
urday night at Harve Dowers' Uii
brother George returned from Enid
with his bride. The writer hat not
learned the bride's name. We guess
George had got tired of batching.
Ma V. W. Hajden has bsen having
a attaak or lagrippe the past
week but is batter at thia writing.
A. Myers is Using to platter hit nine
room houto this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Ratoliff spent
fiunday evening at B. F. Haydea's.
Mrs.G. II. Law tpent Tuesday at
Mrs. Jim Wallaces'.
SLOAN'S LINIMENT FOR RHEUMATISM
The torture of rheumatism the pains
and aohes thai make lite unbearable
are relieved by Sloan's Liniment a
clean alear liquid that ii easy to apply
and more effective than musty plasters
or ointment because it penetrate
quickly without rubbing. For the many
pains aad aohes following eiposure
strains sprain and. muscle soreness
Sloan's Liniment Is promptly effective.
Always have a bottle handy fur gout
lumbago toothache backache stiff
neck and all external pains. At drug-
John Woods is tho posietsor of a
new Ford runabout since last Monday.
"Wasn't that a line rain we had?" Is
the greeting you receive at every turn
since Wednesday and everyone wears
a smile or thankfulness. This I the
first real rain we have had since last
Mr. Miohel's many friends will bt
glad of her recovery from the measles.
Tke ohlldrea all got through with them
YOU SEED A SPRINS LAXATIVE.
Dr Kir.2'j'ew Life Pill will remove
the accumulated watcs of winter from
y 'ur intf tines the burden of the
blood Get that Muzzi'h "prias fever
feeling out of your jstem. brighten
your eye. clear your comj'leiion Get
that vim and r.p of stood purltled
healthy blood. Dr. Kins' New Life
Pills. are a nonzripirg laxative that
aid- coture'i proce. try them to-
night. At all druzzist. 25-.-.
Blue Urast Echoei.
Mr and Mr. Grover Steven and
soa Wi!ber;Mr. and Mr. Eramon and
socs Richard and Harold of Laverne
aad Micse Verla and Ula Stevens were
guest at the A V. Fuller home Sun-
Frank Eide' sliter atid niece of
Fargo who ha?e been visltint: here
the pat week have retraed to their
The School Mine of Blue Grass are
getting a reputation for induury even
out of Mchool hour. The recei and
noon hours are now devoted to cro-
cheting. Mfs Maud Blrdiall of near Madi-
son was the guest of Miss Velora Ste-
vens Suaday night and accompanied
the family to church.
Some" much needed road work was
done on the road north of 1. 12. Stevens'
I. . Woodward got hit irrigation
troughs ready just in time for the rain.
Several of our farmer have received
frost proof cabbage plants and will ex-
periment withath(s novelty.
F. A. Stevens and J. W. Lewis or
Madison made a bu)lnes trip o Bea
A general rain visited tfyi section
Thursday and Friday some estimat-
ing it about three inches. Some ho
hail gi7en up all hopes or any wheat
are now a little hopeful. The rain
puts the ground In splendid condition
for the re.planting for a large part of
the wheat sown will hare to be listed
for spring crop.
Rev. Carlisle who has'been holding
revival meetings at North Fairview
church conducted a cottage' service at
the home of Wm. Davis Friday morn
Mr Oscar CrUwell and .ittle daugh
ter were the guests or Mr. and Mr
i. L. Petty Sunday April ISth.
Matter Hiram and William Fuller
pent Saturday and Sunday with their
friend Clyde Teter near Catetby.
Mr. and Mr. Olin Boren and Clar
ence Moore and family Sundajed at
the Gregory home.
Mis Naomi Fuller wa the guest of
Miss Lulu Woedward Sunday.
(Concluded on another page. )
SAFE MEDICINE fON CHILOREN.
"Is It safe?" it the flrst question to
be considered when buying oough
medicine for children. Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy ha long been a favor
ite with mother of young children a
it contain no opium or other nareotte
and may be given to a ohild a conl
deatly as to an adult.- It is pleasant
to take -too which' i of great impor
.tance-when amedioine mutt-be given
to young chiidrea. This remedy I
molt effectual in relieving cough
cotd and ereup. For tale by Davis
J la my horns." For constipation Indigestion headache dizzl-
5 r.es3 malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similar
ailments Thedford's Black-Draught ha3 proved Itself a safe
reliable gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints try Black-
Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five
2 years cf splendid success proves Its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
Stats of Oklahoma. County of Beaver .
Ueforo (I. D. Hnh Juntlca of the Pate In and
forth to not Beaver. Bearer County Okla.
Darter Tracy Hardware Co.. Plaintiff.
J. W UeKinley Defendant.
Salddtfeniant J. W McKinley will uks notice
that he ha been turd in the above named eoart
upon note aad account for zoodt ware and
merchandlte. and mut appear and aniwer the
bill of particular Sled therein by aald plaintiff on
or before the SOth day of April I91T or aaid Bill
of Particular will be taken a true aad Judfmeat
for aald plaintiff for I27.T2 tad ant and la tho at-
tachment therein h4 aod araatad will be read er-
daccordincly H. D. UBE3B.
MStttSt Justice f.tktrtl.
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C. H. H1NTON. iii. A. F. WINN. I
Local Agent ' -General Passenger Agent J
5 Foran. Okli. Wichita Falls. Texas
COL. F. 0. STEVENS I
7 VEMHS CXMUENCZ. g
Public Farm and Stock Sales 1
Will cry your .sale and guarantee satisfaction ?
or it will cost you nothing. g
Thoroughbred Sales a Specialty. g
See or call Phone No. 13G. - - - Beaver Oklahoma. S
BIG JO Lumber Go.
W. S. MORGAN Manager
It Will Pay You to
Before Yovi Buy
Complete Stock of
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The Home of
- RE6ISTE9EQ HEREFORD
Herd of Select Cows
BEAU GAY 3d aad POSTMAN
H. 42840 N. 40l
Choice Stock for Sale. Itspuctioa and Correpondcnoe Inrited.
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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 19, 1917, newspaper, April 19, 1917; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69153/m1/4/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.