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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1912.
ft. jaunty style for street wear, or a dainty style for dVcs you'll fun
lD4bc3( of each in the
tfm&ueaw Sfedp. SHOES
-MadVof the 4m leathers, on the btat la'sts.'m'thc hirt vy. Vi Iai
become the most popular la'V'8 shoe in America. In every way you'll
nna it ttc best all 'round shoe value.
Come in and sec how easy it is to be perfectly fitted in an American
Lady Shoe, and how quickly you can please your fancy from our fin,
nw iitock of Fell and Winter styles-
Of both American Lady and American
AMERICAN LADIES SHOES
AMERICAN QENTLEMAN SHOES
$2.50, 3 00, 3.50
$3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00
The BEAVER MERCANTILE CO.
Hon. DICK T. MORGAN
Republican Nominee for Con
gress, Second Congressional
District, will speaJt et
TUESDAY, SEPT. 17th, 1912.
You should hear him.
Subscribo for The Bbatkh Herald.
Only 81.00 Per Year.
If you want Insurance, or n lonn on
your farm, call on or write Will G.
Fields. 4-11 t(
Money to loan on farms, See John
W. Savage, first building east of the
Call at Robertson's Millinery Store
for Butterick patterns. tf
For Hail Insurance, see Will G.
Fields, I represent the St. l'aul.
Waterloo Hoy Gasoline Engines and
Broom Corn Hand Seoders at Liberal
Hardware Co's. 0-5 0-10 3t
The Liberal Hardware Company has
moved to tho South side, Liberal, Kan
sas. 8-22 tf Titos. W. Gaw.
I. W. Moore nnd family have moted
into the Niles property on tho West
P. it O. Canton discs, wood boxes,
hard oilers, balanced tongue, no neck
weight. Liberal Hardware Co.
8-22 tf Tnos W. Gaw.
Waterloo Boy gasoline engine, sim
ple, strong and low priced.
Liberal Hardwaro Company,
8-22 tf Tnos. W. Gaw-
Francis Backe Piano Tuning and
Repairing. All Work Guaranteed.
0-5 0-10 Beaver, Okla.
Drop Head Sewing Machine with full
set of attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, $13.65 cash, at Liberal Hardwaro
Co's. 0-5 tf
Don't force the Bible School Con
ventlny at tho Christian church Satur
day and Sunday, Soptembor 14th and
13th, and tho Basket DInnor the 15th.
Rev. Heatwood, of Wichita Kansas ,
will preach at the Methodist church on
Friday night, Soptcmber 20th. Every
body Invited. H. W. Cox, Pastor.
Miss Nello Judy, of Burden, Kansas,
who has been here on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. R, A. Maple, of Mocane,
lias accepted s position with Mrs. W.
H. Robertson, tho milliner, and is at
work this week.
If you want a farm loan, low interest
and no commission, eeo Waitkr O.
Frazeu, Beaver. 8-8 tf
Mr, and Mrs, F. A. Sharon vt cut over
to Liberal, Kantas, Monday, to meet
tho former's parents, who ca'no from
Indiana to pay them a visit.
P. & O. Canton discs, Wood boxes,
hard oilers, balanced tongue, no neck
weight. Liberal Hardwaro Co,
8-22 tf Tiros. W. Gaw.
County Attorney J. A. Spohn and
family are enjoying a visit from Mrs,
Spohn's parents, who arrived to-day
Gcorgo Murphy, who has been assist
ing in the post ofllce tho past two
months, left to-day for his home at
Green Ridge, Missouri. He will attend
school at Columbia, Missouri, this year.
Any school in need of a good teacher
can Eccure one by addressing W. D.
McKnight, Logan, Oklahoma. $50.00
per month. Ho holds a good Second
Grade Certificate and has taoglit ten
Frank Laughrin left Monday for Ex.
colsior Springs, Missouri, in response
to a metsago from Mrs. Laughrin. who
is at that place receiving treatment for
rheumatism. Mrs. Laughrin Is no bet
tor, wo are sorry to report. They ex
pect to go on to Hot Springs, Arkan
sal, in the hopo of finding relief.
The Henry Show.
The J. E. Henry Wagon Show x.
hlblted hero last night and they gave a
very credltablo performance. Aero
batio stunts, trained animals and jug
gling were the principal features.
They have quite a collection of wild
animals including an elephant, Hon,
etc The show is well worth the price.
Many Driven FronTriomc.
Every year, In many parts of tho
country, thousand are driven from their
homes by coughs and lung diseases.
Friends and business nro left behind
for other climates, but this is costly
and not alwojH sure. A better way
the way of multitudes Is to usm Dr.
King's New Discovery and cure your
self at homo. Stny right tlioro, with
your friends, and tnko this safo medi
cine. Throat and lung troubles find
(juick relief and health returns. Its
help in coughs, colds, grip, ' croup
whooping-cough nnd Bore Junes make
it a positive blessing . 00c and $1.00.
Trial bottle frco. Guaranteed by Fred
City Schools Open.
Tho Beaver schools opened Monday
with a good attendance, and tho work
has started out in a nay that means
business. An excellent corps of in
structors are in charge, and tho indica
tions are most favorable for a profita
ble school year. We trust that every
pupil In tho district may bo found in
school, and all those bt the county who
can take advantage of our excellent
high school will do so, and use every
Mrs. Elbert Olift, who has been seri
ously ill for soma time with an affec
tion of tho heart, lft to-day for Kan
sas City, where she goes for medical
If you have money we want it.
If you want money we have it.
THE-FIRST STATE BANK
OF FORGAN, OKLAHOMA
hioment to the boat possible advan-
Greet First Train.
Tho people of Forgan made elaborate
arrangements to greet the llrst train
into that city tho llrst of the week.
Tim trnln arrived Sunday night at
about 0 o'clock, nml a big crowd was
on hand so greet it. Notwithstanding
the fact that tho eiigluo bore tho num
ber 13, those people felt mighty lucky
to see tho big steel horse come gliding
across their beautiful prairies.
Tho Denver bauds were Invited to
Join in tho gala event, and wcro on
hand with plenty of music, which
added much to tho occasion. On the
arrival or tho train. Assistant Stipt
Fisher addressed the crowd, making
an interesting short talk. J W. Cul
wtll responded, and in his character
istic manner entertained tho crowd
Following these exercises nt tho
train, n banquet win spread at the
Pullman Cnfu, nnd, white Forgan is
young in days, her people nro old in
experience, and they handled this fen
turo of tho evening most successfully.
Covers wcro laid for more than a hun
dred and tho tables wcro most taste
fully arranged. A striking feature of
tho decorations werojiilnliituro trulns
placed here mid thero mi the Teslal
board. II. P. Garrett, of the Beaver
and Forgan Tolcphono Company, pre
sided as toasttnnstcr. Judgo Loof
bourrow, Rev. T. I, Ogilvle, and M. A
Rice, ngcut of ilio W. F. .t N. W.. re
sponded to toasts. The Unto Male
Quartette, composed uf Messrs. Clem
and M, D. Hubbard, Meiidenhnli and
Card, rendered some highly entertain
ing and catchy selections.
Tho occasion, on tliu whole, was
most delightful. Everybody 'had a
good time, and the occasion was one
of general rejoicing.
Tim Herald is glad to see the peo
ple of Beaver, Forgan and surrounding
territory clasp hands in this fricudl)
maniicr. It means better times and
better trade conditiona for all of us,
We nro prepared to loan prospective
customers money to harvest and
market their fall crops.
(Buyit nelclt)tlioo 1.)
(Crowded out last week.)
Brooincorn pulling is the order of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wheeler from Lib
eral were out v'slting friends and their
homo placu last wcok returning homo
Mr. Gates has notyot returned from
Kansas City as tho case proved to bo
eriou8 and auoporatlon was performed
last Tuesday. Nous enmo later that
lewcl is getting along nicely and that
they will bo homo In a few days.
Mrs- Swick is on tho sick list.
Mrs. Henry Putors was visiting Mr.
Drake near Doniboy last Monday. She
nays every one around thero is getting
rendy for tho threshors and aro prepar
ing their ground fur wheat,
Mrs. Ed McCartney Is expected homo
i he 27th. Mr. McCartney is nut getting
tiling very well. It seems that tho
electricity docs not get out of his system.
Stray!! Awavi A team of black
horses, branded lazy J F on left shoul
der; one has one white front foot, thn
other has one whlto hind foot. Strayed
away from my place about August
lSth, Ten dollars reward for their re
turn to my place, 7 mllos southeast of
0-12 tf Beaver, Okla.
WANTEDi Eighty to 100 acres of
land in Beaver County, between
Beaver river and Toxas Stato line, wlih
small house, shcdB, well, Ac, and
fenced. I will pay cash, if price suit.
Address I). E. ELLSWORTH,
i:il East Fort Street,
0-5 Dotroit, Michigan.
Fun Sams: One sorrel liorsc, weight
1200 pounds, 'go"bd driver slnglo or
double. Call or write,
II. F. I.UIH.UM,
0-12 tf At thoGarrgo.
1 For Sale Two good milch cows with
Mr. Bvors will begin hay making this calves by their sides. Both excellent
tae, The opportunity is at
ma)' oil make the most of it
TASTED The Cosmopolitan Group
requires tho services of a repio
HEN a Title is good it
is a desirable thing to
have. When bad nn
abomination Like a
leaky roof or a wet
basement Keep you
ip trouble always.
With my Abstracts you always kpow
where you Btand. No guess work here
A legal education rttd a guarantee back
Beaver County Abstract Office
WALTER C. FRAZER
' Bonded Abstracter
The four-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ai Reddick, of Six Mile, has been
seriously ill of typhoid fever tho past
week. Miss Mattio Thompson is ntirs
Ing the little fellow, and ho is much
improved at this time and on tho way
Few, if any, miHliclnes, havo met
with the uniform success that has .it
tended tho use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Tho
remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoua
which It has effco'ed. in almost ever'
neighborhood havo Klven it a wide rep
utation, For sale by all dealers.
The implicit confidence that many
people Have in Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
founded on their experience in the uso
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many romaruablo cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysontary that it has
effected. For sal a by all dealers.
THE MKRAMI OIIIC0 JIBS UCCtl Up
against a circumstance this week, and
if the papor is not up to its usual
standard, wo ask tho readers to kindly
bear with us, A ruth of printing inci
dent to the Fair next week, and she
absence of our regular printer from
the office, has put us behind, but we
will do our best and leave the rest to
the kind indulgence of our readers.
sentativo in Reaver and surrounding
territory, to l(Vk after subscription
renownls, and to extend circulation by
apodal methods which havo proved
unusually successful. Salary and Com
mission. Previous cxj;ericnco desira
ble but not essential. Whole time or
sjiaro timo. AudroBr, with references,
Ctarles O. Schwer, Tho Cosmopolitan
Geoup, 381 Fourth Avenue, New York
Bible School Convention.
The Bible Schools of tho Christian
Churches of Beaver County will hold
their convention in Beaver the coming
Saturday and Sunday, September 14th
and 13th. State Superintendent U.S.
Gilliam will be iicre. An excellent
program has been prepared, and a
profitable meeting; is anticipated.
The School whoso delegates travel
tho most miles to attend the conven
tion will bo awardud the County Flag
for one year.
Tho Sunday School giving the most
for Stato and Coiln'ty Bible School work
combined, per capita enrollment, will
bn presented a Front Rank, or Pulpit,
Bible, the cost of which will not bo
less than three da liars nor more than
The school ma! ing the best statisti
cal report will bo given a Conquest
Mid U. S. Flog.
Beaver has no sore sputB against For
gan. Their gain may be our loss, but
they belong to Beaver County and Ok
lahoma and we're for them. Our mot
to has ever been, "Beaver. Beaver
County and Oklahoma First, Last, and
All tho Time."
Wo expect tho day to come, and that
soon, when our neighbors can como in
and help us welcome "Our First
Train," and when that time comes wt
hope we may be able to do honor to
ourself In tho samo high degrco that
Forgan has Just done.
Miss Florence Bycrs has gono on a
pleasant trip to Colorado. Sho expects
to isit frienda nnd rolativcs.
MUb Ola Claybrook wbb visiting Mrs.
Williams last week.
Waterloo Boy gasoline engine, sim
ple, strong and low priced.
Liberal Hardwaro Company.
8-22 tf Thoh. W. Gaw.
Loans nnd Insurance, 1 have what
you want. John W. Sovagc, first build
ug east of Court House.
DR. E. P. PELLETTE
milk stock. One a Jersey and a No 1
cow, luqulro of A. G Thomas at Car
ter Tracy Hdtv. Storo. tf
Money to loan on Beaver, Harper mid
Ellis counties, Oklahoma, farms. Law
rates and a draft for your money when
paper aro recorded. Can approve
loans, draw papers and pay out from
II. 8. JUDY, Western manager, John
II, Shup it Co. Headquarters,
Before Painting or Papering
your house talk to me, the
practical painter. All work
W. S. PATRICK,
First Freight from Forgan.
The llrst load of freight for Heaver
merchants to come in over tho new W.
F. fc N. W. from Forgan arrived this
week. It was a mixed consignment
for different (inns and was brought
over by L. T. Marvel, who has arrang
ed to dray between tho two towns
Install Light System.
The Braver Mercantile Company
havo their new iicetyliuo lighting sys
tem installed and it illuminates their
placo of butinciH In a line manner. It
makes a great light and is about tho
next thing to electricity.
Thero will be a Big Baskot Dinner at
the Christian Church, Sunday, Septem
ber lBth. Everybody invited. Come
and bring a well-filled basket.
Waterloo Boy Gasoline Engines and
Broom Corn Hand Seeders at Liberal
Hardware Co's. 0-0 0-10 St
.A specialty of interior finish, stair
wtjrk, store fronts. Hlghclaisof neatly
made, trlmmec", and upholstored burial
caskets, cemen.t side walks, foundation
etc. backed by an encyclopedia of high
e ft authority and year of experience.
8 atlsfactlon guaranteed. Reference on
r quest. Shop on Main Street. Resi
dence phono No. 62.
8-9 tf B. 8, Bibono, Beaver, Okla.
thus. J-. JtiunjriiNUU mam, m. u.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
SEPTEMBER, 21st, 1912
Everything New and Nobby will be on
display in my store on the above date.
Dross hats, Street hats and for ladies the Corduroy two-toned
hat, for tho Misses tho Reversible hat, for tho girls, Toques of Felt
If you knew the real value of Cham-1 wlL" " " '"'"""isi '; "- ' " " "
bcrlaln's Liniment for lane back-, sore- scans in an snnucs uie newest out lor minus, m&u junuy anna mm
Corduroy for Waists, Skirts and Dresses, fancy uvenaco una
Trimming Buttons. The new Red Tio and Belt for tho Misses.
I have in my store most anything in
the Dress line for Ladies, Misses and
Come in and be welcome.
uefs of the inuautcs, sprain and rlicu
matic pains, you would novor wish lo
be without it. For sale hy nil dealer
Will G. Fields has plenty of money
to loan on farms. Oflice in Munsell
building. , "' Ml t'
The Libral Hardwaro Company has
moved to the South side, Liberal. Kan
sas. g 22 tf Tuos. W. Gaw.
Mrs. W. H. ROBERTSON.