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J. II. Criswoll, Gate.
W. 0. Rutledge,
Thoi. McLaln, Gray.
Written in memory ( Edith Viola
Waaa, born December 3rd, 1912, died
May 20th, 1015. She was the daughter
of Charles Watt, of Elmwood.
Take the pillows from the cradle
Where the little sufferer lay ;
Draw the ourtain, close the shutter,
Shut out every beam or day.
Spread the pall upon the table,
Place the lifeless body there;
Hack from oil the marble features
Lay the golden locks with care.
With her little blue-veined fingers
Crossed upon her sinless breast,
Free from oare, pain, and anguish
Little Edith's gone U rest.
Smooth her little shroud about her;
Pick the toys from eft the Door;
They, with all their sparkling beauty
e'ercan charm their owner more.
Father, faint and worn with watching
Through the long, dark nlghtot grief,
Dry your tears and soothe your sighing
Edith's with her mamma therit
Angels bright will watch beside them
Till the trump of God shall sound
Bidding thee to join their allele ;
In that happy Heavenly land,
Written to the memory of Mrs,
Death his stepped u Itliln our circle,
Torn our household nrratli apart,
Left a chair so lone and empty,
Left a grief In every heart
God's own hand unseen bereft us,
Lo! He doeth ail things well,
Yet we eannot ctase our grieving,
Dearest Lula, fare the well
Friends and neighbors join In weeping
The sad news like a funeral bell,
Reached each heart and they reverber
ated Lula' gone, farewell, farewell.
Yes, she is gone and we will miss hfr
The grief we fel no tongue can tell ;
It was death that crossed our thresh
Darling Lula, fare thee well.
Fare thee Weill She's safely anchored,
On that shore where angels dwell,
On their pinions she was carried,
Where there Is no sad farewell.
This farewell is not forever,
The appointed time no one can tell
When we shall meet our darling Lula
Meet no more to say farewell.
This farewell is for the presont.
Soon will sound the solemn knell
That will tell, that we have met her,
Met no more to say farewell.
By a Friend.
Thirty-Six For 25 Cents.
Dr, King's New Life Pills are now
supplied In well-corked glaii bottles,
conttlnlng 30 sugar coated white pills,
Ior25o. One pill with a glass of nater
before retiring IsBn average dose. Easy
nd pleasant to take. Effective and
positive in results. Cheap and eco
nomiaal to use. Get a bottle to-day,
take a dose to-night your Constipation
will be rellovea (n the morning. 1X5
for23,, at all Druggists.
THAT MM Omm NOT 1NTERCS
CORRESPONDENTS. TAKE NOTICE Kindly mail your News Letters
so they will reach this office NOT LATER than Tudsday of each week-En.
Miss Stella Kerns spent a few days
with Mrs. Harlan and Ruth McClurg
the past week.
Ora Smith started to Shattuck Tues
day for his mother and sister, who will
spend the summer vacation on the
John and Grover Baker were from
Tuesday morning until Saturday even
ing making a trip to Shattuck, the
heavy rains and high water detained
Mrs, Fred' Croxton of Lavernd has
been visiting her sister Mrs. Frank
Robinson returning home Sunday.
Joe BrlJgrs his jnct returned from
Enid where he was called by the death
of his little brother, who was drowned
while wading in a lake.
A niece of W, H. Mansfield has been
visiting them the past week.
A good many people here met at the
cemetery Sunday afternoon to decorate
the graves of loved ones.
It may be good weather for ducks
but pretty tough on young ehicken
and turkeys as most of the women will
Born to Mr. and Mrs Bert Sanger,
May MM, a line baby boy.
Miss Jessie Klinbler has returned to
Logan and is working for Mrs. Cross.
It is not often that we have .. o much
rain here, but many are wishing for
let up and a few days of sunshine,
especially those who have alfalfa,
Mr. Hood's father is here for a visit
and with his son and family spent Sun
day with W. II. Mansfield.
Francis Thompson is using his auto
mobile again on Ills mail route.
Constipation Cured Overnight.
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax to-night
and you enjoy n full, free, easy bowel
movement in the morning. No griping
for Po-Do-Lax Is Poilopbyllln (May
Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the aause of Constipation by
arousing the Liver, Inoreasing the How
ot.bile. Btle is Nature's antiseptic in
the bowels. With proper amount of
bile, digestion in bowels is perfect. No
gas, no fermentation, no Constipation.
Don't be sick, nervous, Irritable. Get
a bottle of Pe-Do-Lax from your Drug
gist now and cure your Constipation
The heavy rains In Beaver,
Helps up the wheat that's thin,
The farmer will have a plenty,
For sale and fill bis bin.
Our merchants at Surprise are laying
in good supplies for harvest which will
soon be here.
The socialists met at tlio tchool house
No preaching Sunday evening on ac
count of a big rain.
Our blacksmith, Mr, Wilkinson, was
not feeling well Sunday.
Guy Wagner and wife visited at
Prof. Henson's near Sunset Sunday.
Roy Wilcox, teacher of Elmwood,
motored over Sunday afternoon, Mr.
Wilcox will attend the summer agri
cultural school at Uoodwell soon.
E, A. Macy of Knowle, auto doctor,
was in Surprise Saturday. Mr Macy
has a nice farm here and may return
to it this fall. While in Surprise he
attended the Socialist meeting Satur
Memorial services at the Baptist
church May 30th
A Hawkey buggy agent was around
filling buggies Wednesday.
The threshing man is also soliciting
toTthresh the new crop.
We aro glad to live In a land of
peace and plenty.
We need a railroad at Beaver,
To haul away our fruit,
It's coming over the hill now,
And seon wo'll hear It "toot."
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain Mercury
n mercury wilt surely dratnny the ense
of smell ana completely ileranto tlio
wnolo ayateni when entering It throush
the mucous surfaces. Ouch article sliouM
never bo uaeJ except on proscriptions
tram reputable physicians, n the damage
they will do la ten fold to the koo1 you
can possibly derive from them, llull'a
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V, J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.. contains m
mercury, and la la en Internally, action
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
face of the ayatem. In buying Ifall'a
Catarrh Cure, bo sure you get the penu
Ine. It la taken Internally and inada In
Toledo, Ohio, by P, J Cheney & Co. Tes
Bold by Druggists, Price 73e per bottle.
1. Inks Hall's fainlir rills for constipation.
Blue Qrass Notes.
The marriage of Miss Pauline Jones
and Mr. Alvah Adams took place Sun
day, May 10, at Tno Butte, Colorado
The bride is a former resident of Lipl
scomb county, Texas, having until re
cently lived on her farm near Ivanhoe.
where she was well and favorably
known. The groom is a son of Mr. J
F. Adams, and has grown to manhood
in the county They will make their
home near Springfield, Colorado, on a
claim recently filed on by Mr. Adams
and which is only one mile from the
homestead owned by his wife. We
join their friends in wishing them a
life of happiness.
There will be regular preaching ger;.
vice at uiue Orasa Sunday morning,
June Oth, at 11 o'clock.
Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Hayes, are the
parents of a ton.
South Fairvlew Sunday school will
hold Children's Day services Sunday,
Considerable Interest is being awak
ened in the attendance contest in the
Sunday school at Blue Grass. Are you
one of the boosters?
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Adams werf
guests at the home of Mr. Adams' par
I. N. Woodward accompanied by hlr
son, H.J. Woodward, of Woodward,
attended Decoration services at Wano
Blue Grass was largely represented
at Specrmorc, Sunday, where servicer
Mr. and Mrs, Eades enjoyed a visit
from Mr. hades' father and his sister
Mrs. Sheldon from near Speoremore
iiiey ail attended the exercises at
0. W. Adams made a trip to Laverne
for a load of freight forChas. Birdsall
of Madison, Friday. "
Mrs. I E. Stevens and daughters
visited at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Tom Brean, Saturday.
The men say if we get much tnorr
rail; it will hurt the wheat crop but the
plaint of the( women is, it is hard on
the chicken crop.
J. 0. Goodlier has purchased a new
Cal Petty has received his new
threshing machino and is now ready
Geo. Dane has purchased a new
Mr, and Mrs. O. D. McGuire of near
Madison, are the parents of a 12 pound
Mr. and Mrs O. P. Grantham spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
0. O. Moyer.
Mr. and Mrs Will Wells and 3 B.
Wells of Knowles, visited at the Bird
sail home at Madison, Sunday, Mav
The Beaver Dam has been a favorite
camping ground the past week.
Miss Ida Criswell spent Saturday as
the guest of her cousin at Laverne.
Although no exercises were held at
the Madison cemetery Sunday the 30th,
a number were present and performed
the tribute of love in decorating the
graves of tliclr departed ones.
Neuralgia Pains Stopped.
You don't need to suffer those agon
izing nerve pains in the face, head,
arm, shoulders, chest and back. Just
apply a fewJrppsof soothing Sloan's
Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes
You will got such relief and comfort!
Life and the world will look brighter.
Get a bottle to-day. 3 ounces for 75c.,
at ail Druggists Penetrates without
The Liberty Sunday school practiced
last Tuesday for Children's Day which
is to be some time next month.
V. W. Hayden and family spent Sat
urday evening at Frank Langlej's.
The Liberty ball team were badly
beaten by Gray last Saturday, but the
boys had Just formed their nine and
had not had much practice. HcrVs
hoping they will do better next Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Forris1 and family
started back to Alfalfa county last
Sunday but will return to their farm
out here after harvest.
G. JI. Law and family spent Sunday
ot the home of A. Myers near Couch.
Aftor the fine rains we have been
having one nan almost gee tlio crops I
Your correspondent wa out of town
list week and hence was unable to get
in our letter.
We are having plenty of rain and up
to this time have escaped any damage
Day Humiston is carrying one arm in
a sling as the result of an accident with
a gun, having fired a title bullet en
tirely through his left hand.
The Parker sale of the 28th was not
very large,';- attended, having been
postponed from the 27th on account of
rain, howeyer, everything sold at a good
Mrs.p, L. Hinsbaw left for Chero
kee fork short visit with friends.
Mrs. Clark ot Aline, arrived Satur
day evening to help care for her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. M. Parker, who Is quite
M. Landers returned from a visit lo
points in Missouri.
Chas. Conner and Dexter Gilyer were
up from Surprise Saturday.
Harry Hamilton returned from Col
orado where he was transacting busi
ness, making the run home of 163 miles
in eight hours. Not so slow for a Ford
Andy Butler, who formerly lived at
this place, is here from Colorado and
will be found at the Interstate Garage
where he will doctor sick automobiles
and crippled Fords.
Grandpa Wells began the erection of
a nice residence.
Chester Barret resigned his position
at the garage to go home and get ready
to care for 200 acres of fine wheat.
The people of the Nazarinc church
will soon begin the erection of a line
church building at this place,
A Doctor's Prescription For
Cough an Effective
One-fourth to one teaspoonful of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken as needed,
will soothe and check Coughs, Coldf
and the more dangerous Bronchial and
Lung Ailments. You can't afford to
take the risk cf serious illness, when
so cheap and simple a' remedy as Dr.
King's New Discovery is obtainable
Go to your Druggist to-day, get r. bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery, start
the treatment at onee. You will be
gratified for the relief and cure ob
tained. Clear Lake.
Replying to "Occasionally" in poetry
from Surprise, will assure him that if
all the mules were the "Steel mule"
liko Mr. Boileau has, no one would
need fear the 'kick," and" this said
mule has been plowing up the fields
and swimming the mud puddles.
Our part of the country has received
a full week's rain and everybody has
had plenty of rest.
Quite a crowd attended the moving
picture show out at Tallin Friday night.
We are glad to know MrsJ.M.
Cates Is able to be at the store now
after a long spell of typhoid fever.
We arc indeed sorry to learn that
Custer Skinner Is seriously ill, having
Just returned from the hospital at
Wichita where he underwent an oper
ation which only has benefited him
temporarily. Custer is just in the
prime of youth and we surely hope he
will soon regain'his health.
- The Y P C. A social which was to
be held Thursday night at Mr. Dunn's
was simply rained out.
Quite a number of the young folks
from this vicinity spent Sunday even
ing at the pleasant home of II. 0
Mr and Mrs. A W. Clem spent Sun
day with W. E. Dunn and family.
Hays Coleman iu In Enid where he
has been operated on for appendicitis,
Me is getting along nicely and will
soon be able to return home.
Mrs, Clyde Coleman has been some
what Indisposed for the past week.
The Dunn boys have been having
good luck fishing since the rain, catch
ing from 35 to fX) each day.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Yoor dractlit will renod money It PAZO
OINTMENT falls to core any case ot Itching,
Blind. Dleedlngor Protruding Piles In6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Base aa4 Rest. 50c.
ROLL OF HONOR.
KB SLIT A La.
B. Ullrich, Beaver
Talraage Redsmor, Riverside
L. J. Shock, "
Mrs. 0. L. Mathews "
Mrs. E. Trekell, Harper, Kas.
M.J. Richard ion, Riverside
0. 0. Klepper, Logan
Mr. Mary 0. House, Columbus, Ohio,
by t, I., Fickel, Beaver.
K. A. Sharon, Van Buren, Iod.
Uly Wright, Balko.
A. II. Laverty, Gato,
U..A. Steele, Elmwood.
Mrs. Levi 8prague, Elmwopd, by Geo.
Fred B. Sanders, Rush, Ark,
Clarence Hlbbs, Jeirnlngs, Okla., by
Mrs. Chas Hlnkle, Beaver.
:iuif r urn r m if rnnir lirnniriir
g DR. MORROW'S HOSPITAL 3
fc LIBERAL, KANSAS i
fc Dr. A. M. MOIMOW, Suraoon in chargo. zS
POSTS and GLASS
Good Old Colorado Coal
You can find just what you
want at our yard and our prices
are right, too. Come 'in and
Yours for Business,
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO.
E. D, HUMPHREY, Local Manager
Livery and Repair Shop
Fully Equipped Work Guaranteed
When your car "Goes Dead"' come to us.
All kinds of repair work done and we guarantee
to give satisfaction or no pay. Bring in your
crippled cars or call us and we will come out
and fix them. . .
You are invited to make use of our PIIEB AIR. Drive in
and fill up your tires at our expense.
CROSSLEY BROS. .
To get rid of that Tired, Bilious, Half-Sick
Feeling, take a dose of
It Cleanses the Stomach,
Liver and Bowels
Jt a a.man's remedy that goes to the right spot. Puts life and
activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the stomach nnd diges- .
lion and purifies and regulates the bowels. A timely dose of this
excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will oftentimes ward
off a spell of sickness. Price 50 cents.
JAS. f. BALLARD, Propriolor ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold by P. C. TRACY,
COULD SCARCELY i
Aifd For Three Summers Mrs. Vin
cent Was Uable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant liill, N. C-'I suffered for
Ihree Bummers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nenr6us headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sldo and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, 1
would lave to give up and lie down,
Until it wore off.
I was certainly n a dreadful slate of
health, when I finally decided to try
Canlui.,llie woman's tonic, and I firmly
m w nr w wnrm wnr n r w m
believe I wowV.liave died U I hadn't
After I began t.kin2 Cardul, I was
Greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I faltered up. and- Erew so much
stronger in three motto?,,! felt Uke an-
otner person altogether."
Carduf Is purely vei re table arnJ centle-
aetmg. 'its ingredientsWhavi' a mild, tonic
effect, cot the womanly constitution.'
Cardtfi makes for int-reased strnirih.
improv. js the appetite, tones uo the ner-N
vous s.fstem, and lielnj to make Dale.
sallow i :heeks, fr csh arxl! rosy.
-ard has he Ined more than n million
weak x romen. durlnr Hie rvKt ?n vm.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done or them. . Try Cardui today. ,
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