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tub Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS, - - Publisher.
PUJ1LI8HED KVERY TIlUHSDAY,
Kitered nt the postolllce at Dearer, Oklahoma,
as second clan mall mailer,
Alvortlilng rates mado known upon
application, Price reasonable.
Subicrlptlon Price, SI. 00 n Ycnr
I)!t. Judge It II. Loofbmirrow.
Co. Alty. John A. Spohn
Co Treasurer John Kims.
Co Clerk Geo. II. Wright.
Co Judgu Geo. II. llealy.
Co. Supt. John K. Hwalin.
Clerk of I)lt. Court 0. F. I'ruett.
Clerk of Co, Court Miss Mne Maple.
Sheriff II. D. Pock ham.
Reg. of Deeds II M Ilullck.
Surveyor Oicar Gardner.
Com. 1st Dint. A. II Fox, Ivanlioe.
Com. !M Dint. A. A. Hnskcll, Klmwotxl.
Com. 3d DUt. V. S. Vandeburg, Couch.
Sept. 18. Hero wo como after Riving
our render a three week vacation to
Oh I wasn't that n lino rain wo had
Thursday and again Friday night?
Make It Just a little cool though, re
minding u Hint old .luck Frost isn't
Everyone around our neighborhood
U either In the broomcorti Held or out
hunting foi hand to put in the Held to
pull hriiitli. Some urn giving as higb
as fcl.00 per day and board and can not
acuru men nt that price,
Mont all the threading mnclilnrs
were llent Inst neck for tho want of
men to keep them going, John Hoke
wa.1 stranded over at Mr. Harrison's,
just In the edge of Texan, all lust.week
o John wont oviv and tended Bepera
tor for Dan Spldlo nhllo lomo of hla
hands pitched for Dan and between the
two crews they made out to keep Don's
I). E. Lawson, who hna beon very
alcfk with typhoid fever for rmno time
past, la slowly but steadily recovering
hla health again and unless aomcthtng
tmlookcd for ahould act In ho will goon
bu all right again. It seems Mr. Law
on hna had hla ahar of troublea; llrst
ho had blood poison In hla hand caus
ing him to have hla linger amputated,
then tie was bitten by a rattlesnake a
little Inter and now the typhoid, fover.
Isn't that enough for one year?
Itersohal Allen and -John Caaiady
each have a now com binder.
Fred Kelvul sold hla kalllr corn In
thu Hold (and hu has lino kalllr) to Jon
Mltchul for $f,00 per acre, lie ia on a
deal with John b'litwiily's brother-in-law
whereby hn will deiil him hla Ml
auin farm eonaidemtion, 1000 1)0. lie
also sold his broomenru in the rick,
about two ton, for 1CK, Mr. Cassudy
being the lucky man.
Mra. Thnmna nnd son Llyod were
down to the White farm last week after
penchea. They got tint peaches alright
and plenty of smul 'mrra thrown in for
good measur, t
rrrrff ,Tr i iM
Read what Cardul did for Miss Myria Englcr, of
Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much
good Cardtii has done me. As a young girl, I always had
to suffer so much with ail kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a
bottle of Cardul, at the drug store, and as soon as I had
taken a few doses, I began to feel better.
Today, I feel as well as anyone can."
Are you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large
number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women,
which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble.
A innln e ..aaIa,! 4 I,aIm -.a.. .... it.. I I f
., .. luiin, u Httutu iu jitijj
relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains,
the signs of weak nerves and over-work.
For a tonic; fake Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you.
Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it
for Sptclal Jiutnuttons, ana M-piie book, " Home Treitmcnt tor Women." Mnttrce. J M
Zulley Davis find the mlafnrlune to
loose ubout 830 bushels of wheat and
some oata by Urn last Sunday which he
thinks was of Incendiary origin.
The dog nnd pony show nt I.nKcmp
was well attended am' .ll report a good
show and Iota of fun.
It. A. Hull is putting up a new feed
and livery barn In I.nKeinp. Getting
ready, I suppose, for the railroad
Well, llro. Hull, you had bust hear the
toot of thu Iron horse In tho distance
before you allow your hopes to grow
The railroad boosters for I.nKeinp
are out among the farmers soliciting
llnauclal aid from them to the tune of
$100 n quarter for thu paper railroad.
Ilnven't learned with what success.
Wonder what become of the La
Kemp .Mirror? Wit haven't received
our copy of this great paper for about
Joe Mltehel Is cutting his kalllr thai
ho bought from Keuvll.
C. 0. Itldlow still continue very
poorly. He hud n very bad spell some
three or four weeks ngo, and does not
seem to rally as hu tmially does, lias
been uoullued to his bed most ttiu time
Mr. and Mra, David Catcs were call
ed to Itroken Arrow by thu sovere Ill
ness of Mr. Cntes's father, news of
Which they received by telegraph the
first of tho week,
.There 1 Some one else wants tho liniv,
id wu will ring oil
The Men Who Succeed
as heads of large enterprise
of great energy. Success,
mands health. To nil is t(
utter folly for a man .o end'
run-down, half nllvu cond
r.iecina itinera win put. inn
his feel in short order, "Fi
dlil inn more real good than
modiulno I ever took," wrlti
Allen, Sylvanln, 0 "Afte
DtilToring with rheumatism,
bin, stomach disorders, ami
kidneys, I am again, tlinuks
Hitters, sound and well."
Only fid centi at Fred 0. Tr
T. L. Howe returned Sept
to be on hand as a witnes
lloldermaii's making Una) I
II. had with him his wlfi
Howe, Ernest Brown and f.l
.Iuiueth nnd family. Thes
sons-in-law of Mr. Ilnldnrn
threu rigs looked like a HolderiiTTiTT
cession. It was a regular picnic to be
with such a Jolly crowd.
Dell Mrndcnhall has returned, with
Misses Iluford, Terrlll and Edward
Eckles, from attending our County
C. 0. Groves nnd wife nnd Maurice
GolTord nnd wife also attended the
Mr. Curfmnn has just about finished
pulling brush. He ia one of our mer
chants, and runs the corner grocery.
Mr. Macy, our merchant (o report
ed), bought an nuto, which was run
about all over our country and then
dollvercd to Mr. M., who turned it
down. He did not propose to buy n
second hand machine, I don't blame
him, do you?
II. Lnuo llnished his lirst crop on the
Ulth. Hit father, who had ten acres'
on Harry's place, also llnished. IIjuhK
arc boing paid from f-J.&O to 13.2.1 put
day and board.
John Hetts, who live years ngo sot
out some peaoh trees, got several ol
his neighbors to sample his various
klndH of peaches. They worn all to
good that It was hard to decide
which was best. Mr II is gutting $1
per bushel. Cheap enough.
yuu uvti me naru places, to
A Stanton had a moonlight water
melon picnic on the night of the lgth,
Tim writer got back from Heaver too
Inte to lake a pnrt. Sorry,
K. Ilrown.our blacksmith, has had n
veny soro hand. He went to Ivnnhne
to have It lanced, nnd It Is now rapidly
Many were disappointed when Hon.
I). T. Morgan did not comu Sept, 17th,
according to understanding.
What Wc Never Forget
according to science, arc the things as
sociated with our early home llfu, such
as Ilucklen's Arnica Salvo, that mother
or grandmother used to euro our burns,
bolls, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts,
sprains or bruises. Forty year of cures
prove its merit.- Unrivaled for piles,
corns or cold sores. Only 25 centH at
Fred C. Tracj's,
Kiowa Flash Light.
Valentine ilros. baled out 81 bales of
brush Wednesday, nnd James Stewart
baled 7f bates, all of the llrst pulling.
They each hnvo about HO acres of
Another nice soaking rain full in our
parts Thursday ovcnlng, which will put
the ground in lino condition for wheat.
Jott Bros, have 150 acres- of wheat
plained, and will put In nbout that
much mo'e. They threshed out 1,000
bushels of wheat this year.
The heaviest rain of thu season fell
here along tho Kiowa last Saturday
morning. Numerous dry creeks were
running bank full, and It caused the
lower Klmvq to get on tho rampage.
avQ Dv lliCTUpffrt that
t good many horses have died at La
verno of thu new horau disease. It
ihould bo every man's duty to watch
developments and get posted as to
what to do, and do It at once The
poor farmers of Northwest Kansas
have certainly their share of trouble.
It is with deep regret wo havu to say
it. but wu lost out on going to the Fair.
We had madu our plans to bo thero,
hut thu rains and thero were several
if them came changed our program.
They kept us out of tho broomcorn for
t week, so we could not leave our
brush unpolled. Our neighbors who
went report a good Mm a.
Mr. Haskell sold llfteon bushels of
peaches to onu person nt US cents per
bushel, and you know that some poor
housdwlfu had something to do to
work that mntiy peaches up at ono
Oh! Youojul overseer! Tho lato
rains havu certainly done great dnm
ago to tho roads and they aro almost
Impassable in places, But then, who
has any time to work the roads, any
Ileau Gaines has ordered ono of the
nnooiesi suns oi tne season, lie says
that he Is sure going to cut some ico
when he gets Into them. And you can
just bet a coon skin that hu will, and
that hu will see nil that Is to be seen nt
tho B Ulster's Carnival at Shattuck.
All right, Ilcau; have tho timo of
A fruit jar famine is on. Anyway,
thuy are hard to tlnd at any of tho
stores, nod they aro also' limited at
tho rind. Ai.fai.pa Pkte.
Uncle Ezra Says.
"It don't tnko nior'n a gill uv effort
to git folka Into a pock of trouble" and
a little neglect of constipation, bilious,
uess, indigestion or otlior liver derange
ment will do tho same. If ailing, take
Dr. King's Now Lifo Villa for quick re
sults, Easy, safo, sure, nnd only 25
cents at Fred C. Trncy's.
'Tho only way to bo absolutely sure
of protection is to know how to protect
yourself," Is tho sentiment of what is
said to bo the llrst woman's gun club
organized In tho United States. Mil
ford, Ohio, Is tho home of tho new club.
Tho organizers plan to not only gain
plenty of healthful recreation, but to
familiarize themselves with tho use or I
a gun that they may bu bettor equipped I
to defend themselves and their homes, '
should suoh necessity arise. Just now
target shooting is most in vogue nt
club meetings, but Inter In tho fall tho
women will don khaki suits and .gaiters,
shoulder tnelr Remington, nnd go
forth on hunting expeditions just like '
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State of Onto, City nr Tot sno,
Lucas County. . ) s
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
la senior partner of thu II rm of F. J.
Cheney &. Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, nnd that said firm will pay the
sum of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every caso of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by tho usu of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J, Gusset
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
In my presonco, this Oth day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1880,
Sbal A.W. Gt.AsnN,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo, O
Sold by nil Druggists, "3c.
Tnjso Hall's Family Pills for constl
pntion. Independence flosslp.
, (NVar Lorcno.)
The rains of a few days back dam
aged thu broomcorn quite n little both
that which was not pulled and that
which was on the ground.
Some have commenced to sow wheat
which wo think la all right as thero Is
unite a bit of uiolsturu in tho ground
The third Quarterly Confererico of
the Liberal Circuit will bo hold In the
Eureka school house Wednesday even
ing, September 20, conducted by Rev.
Dadisman, Dist. Supt. The series of
meetings which was to have com
menced on September ISth did not be
gin until the 22nd as Hrother Ward
could not be with us last week.
Brother Edwards' team was in rather
n big hurry last Sabbath evening as
they left thu church for home before
preaching was over.
Everybody, oven to his sweetheart
and mother-in-law, went to Liberal to
see the circus last Wednesday
W. W. Hoy land has been Inid up for
thu last week by having blood poison
In his left hand.
Feed must bu considered as a great
necessity in the neighborhood as we
saw them harvesting feed on two dif
ferent fields Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Wlusor and Guy Brown had
their broomcorn teeded tho later part
of last week.
Drop Head Sewing Machine with full
set of attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, $13.05 cash, at Liberal Hardware
0-5 tf ,
An article that hna real merit should
In time become popular. That such is
thu caso wllh Chamberlain's Cough
Rumedy has been attested by many
dealers. Here Is one of them. II. W.
Hendr'ckson Ohio Falls, Ind.. writes,
"Chamberlain1 Cough Remedy is the
best for Coughs, colds and croup, and is
my best seller." For salu by all dealers.
Sept. 19. Beautiful sunshiny weath
er after thu hard rain of Saturday and
fog and mist thu llrst three days of thu
week and broomcorn pulling goer mer
The doctor was called Sunday to tee
Mrs J. B. Howu on Sunday. She is
somewhat better at present.
Tho Rev. Mr, Hcstwood, pastor of a
leading Methodist church in Wichita,
will preach at Twin Mounds Thursday
Rev. C. E. Rlnns preached nt Sur
prise school house Sunday night to a
crowded house. He and wife s'pent
tho night at the Uonzler homo after
J. S, Johnson hnd a very sick horso
Teesday night. Thanks to the timely
help of his neighbors, J. R. Howe, II,
II. Martin, a stranger guest for the
night, Leslie Cone and Evory Booth
and A, W. McOlurg. tho horse, Black
Don, pulled through an attack of
spasmodic colic after three hours of
iiitcuso suffering nnd seems to bo O, K.
again. Onu of J. B. Howe's mules
had a similar attack last week.
The church trustees hold a meeting
at thu Johnson homo Monday morning
T L. Howe is on his way home from
Roy Harford is helping tho Hnrfords
In their broomcorn,
Mrs. Harford and baby called on
Mrs, Howe today.
Mrs. J. M.Turner and sons returned
from Kansas on Tuesday Mr. Turner
has not finished threshing In Kansas
Mr. Wells Is doing carpenter work
His young friends gave Reuben Hen
son a birthday surprise Monday night.
Rev. nnd Mrs, BInns took supper and
enjoyed a visit at thu hospitable homo
of Mr, Eyors nnd family last Saturday
In spite of tho busy days a good-sized
audience greeted Brn. Ilestwood, of
Wichita, and listened to an innplrlng
sermon that woald make any man for
get his weariness. The Rer. Ilestwood
goes to Beaver today.
Onck a WeKK.
Fence For Sale.
240 Rods thrce-wiro fenco, with
locust posts. Two miles of Heaver.
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Dr. Hartman Answers Questions
About The Revised Pe-ru-na
D. HARTMAN, M. D.
In rcsponso to a great many queries I
wish to make public statement concern
tng tho salo of l'o-ru-na.
No, wo ore not soiling as much
To-ru-na as wo used to. The reason for
this is tho change In tho formula of
The patent medicine business is very
peculiar and particular. A person who
has beon in the habit of taking patent
medicine will notice vory quickly tho
slightest alteration in color, taste or
effect. It docs not look as it used to, or
smell aa it used to, or hare exactly tho
samo tasto as it used to. It does not
fee! exactly tho samo in tho stomach as
before. The modlclno will bo promptly
returned to tho drug store and a now
All this I knew before I changed the
formula of Pe-ru-na, which I did six
Coal - Cement
PAUL W, LIGHT & COMPANY,
Liberal, Kas. - - Forgan, Okla.
A Square Deal and the Right Price.
Notice of Publication,
State ot Oklahoma,
the DUtrlrt Court
Said Count j.
Jss. 1. Ilnftson and
C. K. i'lorre.
Snlil Defendants, Jaa, I, floTiion and C It
Pierce, will take notice that they linte boon
rupdlnthe shore named Court by Anaon D,
Oreen, upon n certain promissory note for the
lum ot Two Hundred Twcntr Tire Dollars end
seventr-one cents (SJ23.11) and interest at tho
rato of ten p,r cent from September 11, 1012, nnd
an Attorney feo of Fltty Dollars, .and must an
ser the petition filed thorrln hy snlJ plaintiff
on or before the 3oh day o'f Dctolier, 1912, or
aid petition nlll I taken ns true, and n Judg.
ment tor ld plalntlll In said action for the sura
of Two Hundred Tttonty Klro and 71.100 will be
taken and III the attachment therein stunted
nlll ho rendered accordingly,
Altmf ' O. F, rsUETT,
(skal Clerk ot the Said Court,
Dickson, Hush !c Dickson,
0-19 10-3 3- Attornejs for Plaintiff.
Notjco of Publication.
State of Oklahoma, ! In the Dlttrlct Court
Dearer County, ) of Bald County.
Farmer's &. Merchant's State Dank ot Corydon.
Iowa, a Corporation, Plaintiff,
J. T. Dlnkely, Maud lilakely C. E. Horn, Defend
ant. S.ild defendants. J. T. Dlakely. Maude Dlnkely
aim -'. K. llarn, nlll take notice that they Hare
Ixvn m-ed In tlio nbore named Court upon a
certain pro,ntnry note for the sum ot Three
Thou-niul sven Hundred Eighty Fire C0.100
Dollars (S17,nVi) and must aniwer the petition
fllcl t'u-rein hy ld plaintiff on or before the
SOlh dii) nt October, 1)12, or said petition will be
taken us trilo, mid a Judgment for Mid plaintiff
In Mid action for ilio sura of (S37M.no) and In
the attachment therein granted will be render
ed accord Ingly,
Attest! O. F. Pbuktt,
seal Clerk of Said Court.
Dicisom, Rrsii Dickson,
M9 10-3 3wk Attorneys for Plaintiff.
The Liberal Hardware Company lias
moved to the South side, Liberal, Kan-
P-e2 tf Titos. W. Gaw.
Hiinning up and down stairs, atveep
iiiR and bending over making bedi wilt
not mako a woman heathy or beautiful.
She must get out of doors, walk a milu
or two every day tind take Chamber
lain's Tablets to improve her digestion
and regulate her bowels. For sale by
years nso, but did not realize the dtm
culty of overcoming tho people's no
tions on this subject.
I mado a change In the formula of
Pe-ru-na. Quite a radical change.
A change that altered the color and the
taste and somewhat the medicinal effect
of Pe-ru-na. I did this believing ttwos
the best thing to do under tho circum
Immediately tho change appeared,,
tho people began to complain of Pe-ru-na.
They gcnr-ally thought the
druggist was to blame, that their bot
tlo of Pe-ru-na had been tampered
with. This mado bad feelings between
the users of Pe-ru-na and the drug
gists. Tho druggists In some cases be
came irritated nnd angered and mado
complaint to the wholesalers and man
ufacturers. Thus the trade was tem
porarily in an uproar.
After a year of explanation tho trade)
quieted down and tho new Pe-ru-na
took Its place In the drug stores as a
popular household remedy. And yet It
has not attained the popularity that
tho other Te-ru-na had. Changing. tho
formula of Pe-ru-na was equivalent to
Introducing a new medicine Into the
drug trade, an extremely dlfltcUlt
thing to do now-a-days.
Pe-ru-na as 'it Is made today is a
very excellent remedy for catarrh and
general catarrhal aliments, .It is for
sale in all drug stpres and has a
slight laxative effect, very much need
ed in those days. It seemed to me
that it was In many ways a better rem
edy than before. Yet in spite of all
explanations thero Is a considerable de
mand for the old Pe-ru-na as it used
to be made.
I hnvo authorized tho formation of a
company to manufacture It. under the
trade name of Ka-tar-no. The Kn-tar-no
Co. Is located In Columbus, Ohio,
and stands ready to supply the trade
with the old-time formula of Pe-ru-na
under the name of Ka-tar-no.
Eend for free booklot. Address Ka-tar-no
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Land.
Notice Is hereby Riren. that In pnnuance of
an order of sale, lnued out of the District Court
of DoarerCuuntr,OkIahorna.u!ith2nd day of
September, 1912, In an action wherein Kobert h.
Currw-ai plaintiff nnd J, F, Christie was de.
fendant, directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff
of Dearer county, commanding me to lery upcr,
rpprnlje nnd sell the following described pro
ertrt South half ot the Norih-west quaiter
and north half ot the south-west quarter and tl e
north west quarter of the north-west quarter nt
Soctlon No, 13, and the north-east quarter ot Ibe
north-east quarter of Section 21, and the east
halt ot the soutb-eait quarter and south halt nf
the north-east quarter and tho south half of the
north halt ot the north-east quarter of Section
No. 11, all In Townhlp2, North of ltange 27, E,
CM., to satisfy a Judgment nnd decree of fore
rlosure in farornf said Jalntlf7 and against Said
dofendant, obtained nnd made In said court on
the 2Jrd day i.t April. 1912. for the mm of Wn.hO
and rosts 813.91 with Interoit thereon nt the rnte
tif 11 per cont from the 23rd day of April. 1912. nrd
costs accruing! t will on the I9th day ot October,
1012. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of ald day, n t
the front door of the Court Home, In the city of
Dearer, In said County and State, offer for ra'e
and sell to the highest bidder tor cash the proj -erty
adore described or so much thereof es will
satisfy Mid Judgment with Interest and costs.
Witness my hand this ISth day of Sept.. 1912.
II. D. 1'eckium, Sheriff.
9-19 10-17 5w Dy E. L. FlcitEL, Under Sheriff-
Notice of Sheriff's Sale .
Notice, is hereby glron, that In pursuance of
an order of sale, lsiuad out of the District Court
of Bearer County, Oklahoma, on the 8th day of
September. 1912, in an action wherein A, E.
Blake was plaintiff and P. T. Shea and Llllle
Shea were defendants, directed to me, the under
signed Sheriff of Hearer Ceunty, commanding
me to lery Un, appraise and sell the following
described propertyi The South West Quarter
of Section Numbered Thirty Four (3) In Town,
ship Six (t), North of Dange Twenty Flro, K.C.
Jl to satitfy a Judgment and decree of fore
closure lu faror of ald plaintiff and. agah.st
aald dofendant obtalnod nnd made in said court
on the IWth day of Aurait. 191?. f..r tl.. .n
U7 and costs S2I.W with Interest thereon at
8 ir cont from the 26th day of August, 1912 ant
costs accruing; I will on tip rJth day ot Octphsr'
1912, at tho hour of 2 p, mg of nlj dar.atTthe
; , "'" u" """, lu.ine.ciirror
Bearer. In said Count ami Rini. .. ... .Li.
and sell to the highest bidder for cash the Prop.
"imuc mereoias ylll
satisfy said Judgment with interests and costs.'
Witness my bond this lth day of Sept., 1912.
II. D. rEcinsv, Sheriff.
9-19 10-17 5w By E.L.FICKEL. Under 8herlff,
It iiAUli.li i: l.lfe,ll. ,