McCurtain Gazette (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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Our desire is to render prompt, intelligent and
efficient service on all insurance and bonding matters,
and the facilities of twelve good old American compan-
ies insures this.
McLendon - Morgan Co.
The Englishman who has bt
"war against snobbery" is attacking
British humor at the source. ,
Gen. Pershing's fame Is established.
People have begun to name cigars, res-
taurants and new towns for him.
The king of Italy is to visit this
country next summer. Let the kings
come on. The tnor J the merger.
It is doubtful if the world could
stand another such attack of world
peace as the present
Money Is a good thing, but It has Its
weak points. It ruins many more chil-
dren tb&tt It starves.
It doesn't do the footpad's victll
any good to cry "help!" Any employ-
ment bureau will tell you there Is little
to be had.
In these riotous times it is more than
ever true that experience is a dear
teacher. In this respect it is Like every-
These are not sale prices they are just our regular prices. Look
over them and compare them with what you have been paying at
45 pound can lard $10.50
10 pound bucket lard $ 2.00
10 lb, buckct Mary Jane syrup — $ .90
10 pound bucket Green Velva $ 1.50
P and G Soap, 3 fer $ .2§
Sugar per pound $ .25
Corn Chops, per sack $ 3.90
These are cash prices and will be changed if the market goes low-
F. A. Wooten & Son
Monday, August 2
Tuesday, August 3
I "His Wife's Money"
I j Wednesday, August 4
j William Duncan
DRESS UP TO YOUR JOB.
If you are seeking a higher position
put an advertisement in your dress,
your manner, your appearance, your
demeanor that will correspond with
what you are seeking, so that a pos-
sible employer won't say to himself,
"What a ridiculous thing for you to be
trying to get a position that is a thou-
sand miles beyond what you are capa-
ble of filling!" Be a good advertise-
ment of what you long to be, of what
you are trying to be, says Kansas In-
dustrialist. Don't go through the
world advertising In your face your
appearance, your manner and your
conversation that you haven't In you
to be the fcan you are ambitious to be,
that you are not at all the man that
corresponds with the position yeu are
after, with the standing you are try-
ing to gain. Don't let your adver-
tisement of yourself belie or belittle
you. Let It correspond with your
Ideal of yourself. If you apply for
a fifty-dollar-a-week job and give the
Impression that you are only a ten-
! dollar-a-week man, of course you will
not get what you seek.
To reduce the high cost of walking,
the United States department of agri-
culture has become a doctor to old
shoes—not a general practitioner, but
a consulting specialist both In diagnosis
and treatment One of its most recent
; prescriptions, evolved by the bureau
; of chemistry, has to do with the pair
I of last winter's shoes that, about this
time of the year, are pulled out of the
! closet all full of mildew and looking
! hopelessly done for. The prognosis is
that the disease is not fatal, but that
I the shoes are good for a month or two
anyhow. The treatment Is: Brush or
j rag, applied externally; castor oil,
j small quantity vigorously rubbed in;
! sunshine, me or two days.
Work Is tfce beat cure for worker*
Hats are beginning to land In thl
This winter seems to be Ju t om
cold wave after another.
The woodsmen are early on the jo#
with their presidential timber.
How loath we are these days to
question the assertion of science. For
instance, a celebrated neurologist, de-
clares insanity can be cured. It
wasn't so very long ago that this man
would have been considered at once
as hopelessly off his balance.
Prohibition is blamed for the scar-
rlty of sugar. This is the first instance
that we have heard of wherein pro-
hibition has been blamed for a scar-
■ " if anything.
The news columns have started a
discussion as to who can drive an
automobile best a man or a woman,
and we'll say from personal observa-
tion that either one of them can make
a pedestrian hunt the sidewalk with
j4The Silent Avenger
"Dew Drop In"
"The Iron Heart"
Take NR at once. Get
digestive and eliminative
organs working in har-
mony and relief is imme-
NR Tonight — Tomorrow Feel Right
When your liver goes on strike and
you feci a sick headache and bilious
spell coming on, instead of prodding
your liver with dangerous calomel and
lashing your bowels with strong, ir-
ritating purgatives, get out your box
of mild, g'-nti>--acting NR Tablets and
take one right off.
Relief will come Just as quickly and
with it genuine, lasting benefit.
There will be no griping, gnaw-
ing pains or doubling stomach
ache. Nature'® Remedy (NR/
Tablets) work promptly and |
thoroughly, but the action is
gentle, mild and soothing.
Relief comes through the ac- .
tlon of Nature's Remedy on not
only the liver, but on the whole diges-
tive and elimlnatlvo system,—tho stom-
ach, the bowels and even on tho kid-
neys. Stored up accumulations of
waste and booy poisons that have
been clogging the system are complete-
ly cleared out the over-worked stom-
ach is strengthened and tho interrupted
work of digestion and assimilation is
resumed. The inactive liver goes to
work with new vigor, tho bowels
are unburdened, the headache leaves,
that dull, "dopey," want-to-crawl-
do v. n-a-hole feeling disappears, energy,
pep and appetite return and you
f.nd yourself entirely, completely re-
There Is no better proof of the
great value of Nature's Remedy for
biliousness and constipation than tho
fact that moro than one million NR
Tablets are used every day,—more
than five million boxes sold every
If you've not already done so,
mgct a 25c box of Nature's Rem-
■ edy (NR Tablet:) ami take the
Ci3t tablet tonight If your
constipation Is stubborn or per-
sistant, continue to take one
each night for a week or so.
Then note how you feel. Your bow-
els will bo as regular as clock work,
and you'll find yourself in better
shape physically, mpntally, every way
than you've been- in many a day.
After that you need not take medicino
every day. An occasional NR Tablet
to keep your system In good condi-
tion will be sufficient, and you can
always feel your best. Remember It
is easier and cheaper to keep well than
to get well. Just try it.
Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) Is
sold, guaranteed and recommended by
F. S. McKay, Agent
Better Than Pills
For Liver Ills.
Get a 2sr Box
Friday, August 6
"'Should a Husband
Big Special—15c and
Saturday, August 7
Joe Ryan and Jean
Roseoe "Fatty" Ar-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mays, of Bis-
mark, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a son at their home,
Mrs. H. A. Coonrod returned home
yesterday afternoon from a three
weeks' visit with relatives at Dallas,
I Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE
of McCurtain County
Reared on a farm, taught school, served
in the World War, now practicing law
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