Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 20, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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over to Follett this morning.
Pftoe Care! h. I H Dajt " DrWCNrtUMrWMMaUft
'Jum 8. And Kill It mini!
-Jhe body of llttla 8-yser-old Glenn
Baker ton of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jtagtfr of Logan was brought home
trem St. Louis Mo. for burial yes-
terday. The child had been oper-
ated on for tumor on the brain. Our
hearti ache In aytnpathy with the
bereared parents brothers and sis-
tera. Foar of the children Includ-
ing llttleOlenn were beloved pupils
of the writer for two years and we
ahare In I their grief personally.
Glenn waa a happy hearted energetic
oajrageous little boy and a favorite
with all ' who knew him. Brother
Lane of Ivanhoe had chargo of the
Mrs. Holland of Pollett la visiting
tier parents and other friends In
OMtor ! Poultry Eggs Cream
Yf0ffs MrariWa rtwOQ
BEAVER GIT MO EH.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Onr house is one of the BB8T In town and Srst elate in every
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.Mrs. Leon Courtney Is at home
again. Her sister-in-law Mrs. Paul
Courtney of Lamont came home with
her and will visit with her sisters
Mesdames Earl Blxler and Wllholt
and the Courtney and Hanna fam-
ilies. VJ. H. COultrup la at Snyder this
ablet lapplied with the best the market affords and rate very
Starr eourtety extended
&m&fr$iB&ti $&& mts& mmm &&3&mjm"
Inited States Tires
are Good Tires
Now is the Time to Make Your Tire
Buying a Business Proposition .
Now in this time Jf war tf
more necessary than ever' to buy
tires for permanent'economy. - i -x '
.Hundreds of thousands of motor-'
ists have found that husinessMiids;-
ment in tire-buying leads straight to
wullbU UMK9 X UG3i -
' The .phenomenal gxQyfih
of United States Tireales is
positive proof of thjb fact..
The unusually high quaUty
of United States -tires-has
made them easily the most popular
tires among owners of the biggest-
selling light cars.
The same quality to built into all
United States Tiresinto the small
sjzes as. well as the larger sizes for
' '' heavier cars. '
. (Select the United States
Th6!that fits your particular
needs.- Our Sales and Serv-
ke-t)epot dealer will -rgladly
- help you. Then sticJ to it.
Mr. Hicks brought the mall from
Follett on horseback yesterday owing
to a washout In the road making It
unsafe to cross with a car.
.Mrs. O. D. Johnson has gone to
Colorado Springs to be with her
daughter Roberta who Is still In a
hospital there tbe result of an auto
This writer acknowledges a pleas-
ant and substantial call from Mrs.
Fjank Robinson Baby Lee and Eliza-
beth Howe of Belle Meade farm who
brought us a gallon of fine cherries
and a bouquet of lovely roses.
Thanks! Come again friends.
Everything grows luxuriantly this
weather. Gardens and potatoes
promise a bountiful yield. Mrs. Joe
Barton reports plenty of green peas
Red Cross ladles met at the school-
house for work this week.
Reports from our boys who were
called to Fort Rlloy last week
Elmer Brown and Elbert Bright
say they are well and happy.
We have had our piece Jot glass
ready for a week to study the eclipse
of the sun but from present indica
tions It will be so eclipsed by clouds
aa to need no smoked glass.
f Scandrett & Fuest
Ellwood and Royal Hog Pence
The. Doctor Away From Home When
.. Una TUiAA
People are often very much dlsap- '&lWyixWrv7iy''Wl
pointed to'flnd'that their fatally phya- -
Iclan. Is away from home when they
most need his services. Diseases
kerpaln n the stomach and bowels
-ollc and diarrhoea require. prompt
treatment and have In many In-
stances proven fatal .before medicine
could' bepro'cured or a physician
summoned.1- The right way in to keep
at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and' 'Dlrirrhooa" Remedy. ' No
physlclan.can pr.escrjbe.a better mod-.
We Know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them
LONG & LAWSON .Beaver
DONLEV BROS. Forgan
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PLAJNVIBVHDWE. CO. Gray
IVANHOE AUTO CO. ivanhoe '
f r i ' . t ""a
GREEN & ELLIOTT Gate
J. D. ADAMS LaKerap
JAM' U dt .
Pianos and Playtr Pianos
Grafonolas and Talking Machines
Sheet and Roll Music
We again after the lapllo of two
lone and weary weeks make our
humble bow to our gentle readers.
Everyone and his family are-
strlvlfee as far as their mentaT -and
nhvslcal 'faculties are concerned-tb
make the Beaver county-crop of-1918
a .'record breaker even the noor old
crlp'pleU Gqlq" Bug 'Is -using h'la-hoq
thai nnclent instrument of husbandry
and hoping against hope and dream-
ing of the days when ho waa paying
taxes on and trying tdeke out an
exlstance on a lot of old 'plugs many
of them old enough to vote and as
able to handle the right of franchise
as many of the human family of to
Used Pianos and Organs or Young Stock Tak-
en in Exchange. Easy Terms
STARK 6 BEATTY MUSIC COMPANY
A German Submarine
Is not half so dangerous as tainted half-
spoiled meat. You can't afford to take
take any chances these days
Are kept screened and protected and our
bitf refrigerator keeps them cold and fresh.
We handle ONLY the choicest goods.
Phone Ua Your Meat Needs
W. G. STRANATHAN Prop.
these diseases. By having
It In tbihovusc you -escape much patft
and Bunering ana all risk
now.'t k-rnby Have life.
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To Prevent Belching.
Make a reeular habit of eating
slowly masticate your food thorough-
ly and you may have no further
trouble ii you snouia iuku one ui
Chamberlain's Tablets immt-UlnUly
June 14. Vegetation is mounting
skyward these warm days Blnce the
Mrs. Hanna had a fine lot of
cherries to can this week.
Mr. Sharpe rural mall carrier Is
taking his annual vacation while his
substitute Mclvln Reynolds looks
after his route.
Children's dny exercises nt the
Baptist church last Sunday wore well
attended. A missionary and patriotic
program was well rendered and was
much enjoyed by the congregation.
A band of faithful Red Cross
women met for business and work at
the Ivanhoe schoolhouso Thursday.
Wo noticed among other "out-of-town"
folks Mr. Copplo and family
and Mr. Bedell's folks of the Copple
district at the church Sunday to en-
joy the program.
Mrs. Earl Blxler is better but does
not gain strength very fast.
Mrs. W. H. Waters visited with her
daughter Mrs. Mildred Klrby the
first of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durfey have
moved to Follett. Mr. and Mrs.
Klrby are living on their farm.
Rev. Bradford was a Follett vis-
O. B. Johnson and two daughters
returned home from Colorado this
week. Mrs. Johnson Is still with
Roberta at the hospital at Colorado
Harvey Miller Ivanhoe merchant
went to Shattuck In the Interests of
Mrs. May S. Johnson has resigned
as postmaster at Ivanhoe to take
charge of the new postofflce to be
established at Follett Texas. Mrs.
Bradford will be postmaster at Ivan-
hoe again after a year's rest.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Bateman went
over to the mill at Mr. Howard's on
the Kiowa yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. II. Bradford drove
' thousands 'ol
women sutiering irom
womanly trouble have
been benefited by the use
of Cardul the woman's
tonic according to letters
we receive similar to this
one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell.
ofHayne.N.C. "1 could
not stand on my feet and
Just suffered terribly'"
she says. "As my suf-
fering was so great and
he had tried other reme-
dies Dr. had us
get Cardul. . I began
improving and it cured
rae. 1 know and my
doctor knows what Car-
dul did for me for my
nerves sad health were
F. E. D0VNS Mnger
S. N. WIBLE Buyir mil Shipptr
HOGS mnd CATTLE
It will pay you to see me before you sell. Phone 05 Beaver
She writes turihen 4T
am In splendid health . . .
can do my work. I feel 1
owe It to Cardul for I was
hi dreadful condition."
If you are nervous run-
down and weak or suffer
from headache backache
etc every month try
Cardul. Thousands of
women praise this medl-
dae for the good it has
dose them and many
phystdSM who have used
Cardul successfully with
their women patients for
years endorse this medi-
cine. Think what it means
to be In splendid health
like Mrs. SpelL Oive
Cardul a trial.
June IB Fine weather at present.
Mrs. O U. Curry who has been vis-
iting nt the Bautngartner home left
Monday for her homo in Kaglevllle
Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Iiiuim-
gnrtner took her to Shattuck.
Mr. and Mis. Henry Martin and
Mr. and Mrs. Orln Klipper and son
John Sundaed at the Chas. Ounn
Grandpa and Croud ma Baumsart-
ner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baumgart-
ner Mrs. O. W. Curry and MiBses
Jennie and Marjorle Shiner were
pleasantly entertained at the John
Bautngartner home Sunday.
Henry and Bennle Douglas and
Manley Boothe spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mr. O. C. Klipper son
John and Mr. und Mrs. Olandon au to-
ed to Follett Thursday.
Mrs. H. E. Bootheiand sbn Manley
made a trip to Knowles Friday re-
turning home Saturday.
Thirty at Red Cross room Thurs-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and
family were pleasantly entertained at
the Cass home Sunday.
The Chlldrens exercises at the Sur-
prise schoolhouse were well attended
Sunday and the program reported
Mrs Tommy Smith Is enjoying a
visit with her Bister from eastern Ok-
lahoma and mother from Missouri.
Harvest will soon be on In full
blast. Some expect to begin cutting
wheat next week.
Ben Smith and family ate ice
cream at the Frank Smith home Sun-
Rev. Wells or Knowles filled his
regular appointment at Twin Moundx
The Twin Mounds branch A. It. C;
turned In 1G pajama suits 18 pair;
bed socks 2 bed alilits 4 sweaters
and 2 pairs knit socks last week.
Clom Schaffor and family were
shopping in Knowles Friday.
Wo aro needing rain again pretty
Grandpa Kilo is very poorly.
The Children's day at the Garrett
Sunday school has been postponed.
Mrs. Jess Brooks made a birthday
surprise for Mr. Brooks on Sunday.
June 16th. Mr. Brooks went away
In the morning and failed to get
back but the neighbors (about 5S
got there just the same and made
and ate ice cream.
The Garrett Red Cross auxiliary
will meet every Wednesday at the
home of Grandma Garrett
Little Mary Llndaner has been oa
the sick list.
Mrs. Hattie Robinson waa tike
to the asylum last week It la very
sad as sho leaves four children twe
of them small. Such things are al-
ways sad but much more when there
are small children to leave.
Vitalize the savings habit 13uy
War Savings Stamps. Sign tbe
pledge on Juno 28th.
War Savings Stamps cam-Interest
for you on Sundays and Holiday.
Start on Juno 28th '
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