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MONEY to LOAN on FARMS
Ellis, Beaver, and Harper Counties
MONEY READY WHEN PAPERS ARE
Write A. L. SCHWENDENER,
Office West Side Main St. Shattucfc, OMa.
Room for Kent Unfurnished,
large. Mas. I'. L. Thomas,
10-3 tf Beaver, Okla.
Sam Bingham was a caller from
Madison today, and while here
paid his respects, and also his
subscription at this office.
For Rent Good business build
ing in good location. Apply at
The cold wave of the past week
has caused more than one to in
quire the price of coal.
The laundry was moved this
week to the Reimer building on
Tub Herald force has been
"goin" some this week preparing
the delinquent tux list for publi
cation. It is an extensive one.
Mrs. Elbert Cllft returned Sat
urday from Kansas City, whore
she had gone for medical treat
ment. She is feeling much im
proved. County Treasurer John Sims
was out to his farm the latter
part of last week looking after
his wheat harvest. Ho returned
to his official duties Saturday.
G. W. Roblson was up from
Gate the past week and spont
several days. He reports every
thing nourishing and business
good over in that part.
The Alley railroad grading out
fit, which was sold here at sher
iff's salo early in the spring, was
moved this week by the purchas
ers to Paducah, Texas.
H. F. Ludlum and J. It. Thomas
have established an auto passen
ger service between: Beaver and
Forgan making daily trips and
meeting the night train.
J. A. Crabtreo, who camo here
last week with his family from
Missouri, has purchased his
brother Jim's farm, west of town,
and is buildlug this week prepar
atory to moving out. At present
he 1s living in the Robot t- prop
erty south of town.
Mrs. Mario Jackson visited
friends on the Kiowa over Sun
day, being a guest at the homo of
A. N. Howe and family. She re
ports a splendid time. Her sis
tor, Mrs. Ed Hanson, took her
place at the Central office during
Leo Gosney is treating tho in
terior of Miles' store to a fresh
coat of paint this week and tho
building is being otherwise im
proved getting it ready to receive
the now stock which Mr. Miles
expects to install tho latter part
of tho week.
dcmcM rut iKt oriV
bean ttung Wny, Cuh(
Solid'-Breech, Hammerless. Safe.
Bottom Ejection empty shells are thrown downward smolco
and gates must go the same way, too insuring uninterrupted
sight rapid pointing always.
Solid Breech Hammerless perfectly balanced a straight
strong sweep o beauty from stock to muzzle.
Three Safety Devices accidental discharge impossible.
Simple Take-Down a quarter turn of the barrel docs it
carrying, cleaning, interchange of barrels made easy your
luigcis arc your omy
When It comes to a full ticket
of competent and worthy candi
dates lor office, tho Republican
county ticket from top to bottom
is one which must be unquestion
ed. A better set of men was
never put out for office in our
county. The voters can support
every one of them and feel that
their ballots were well cast.
The horse plague which
wrought havoc In Kansas and
made Its dire effects felt In many
other section yet not so disas
trous as in that state, has abated
and it is hoped that the malady
Is under control. Many Beaver
county farmers suffered losses
which they could ill afford and it
will work a great hardship on
Look up the now ad of the Bea
ver Hardwaro & Furniture Com
pany in tho IIkrald this week
and when you have a little time
go up and look over their new
stock of furniture. Maybe you
think you can't find what you
want but you'll bo mistaken for
they have a nice new line just in
and just what you want, too.
Mrs. W. II. Robertson and son
William returned Saturday from
Missouri, where they were called
by tho serious illness of Mrs.
Robertson's father. When she
loft, hor father was improved,
but later ho took a turn for the
worse, and Wednesday news of
his death was received. The
many friends of Mrs. Robcrtsor
sympathize with her In hor great
Tom Dowda oamo In Tuesday
from California for a few days'
visit with friends. Ho and Enoch
Qulnn have been spending the
past two years on tho Pacific
coast, and seeing much of the
world. Tom says they have had
a good time, and ho looks the
part is. well and hearty, and
tells us that Enoch, too, is fat
and sassy. Tom left again to-day
for tho eastern part of the Stute,
where ho goes to visit his parents
and help them move to Galveston,
Soxas, where they expect to
make their future home.
"Titus No'pond was In town Tues
day buying a cimkut for his wife, who
died 'hat morning," reports an ex
change. "He bought her A nlou one
costing $100. Lust week thoy were
both In tliu same furnlturo storn and
ho refused to buy her n $5 rocking
clinir, saying that money was too
scarce. She did without the comforts
of life for many years, and now Titus
will try to think that a line coilln will
recompense for years of self sacrifice
on her part.
field wort the Itsteit natural pointer,
' .ViP J-4SiLfiRV?iiiSjrfdiP
loir dealer his one. Look It oter lodijr
Metallic C'urtrldfj'c Co.
200 Broadway 5 New York Clly
I with to enumerate a few things
tlml I bcllevo in and shall work for,
and I bellevo that ever; ofllccr and
voter in tho county should do the
I bellevo In lower taxes, economy in
expenditure, nnd that each ofllcer
should Rive n dollar's worth of service
for each dollar of the people's money
I believe In common honesty, and It
seems to me thnt common honesty
means more than to simply refrain
from stealing tho people's money out
right. Common honesty means for
each ofllcer to bo just as attentive to
his business, and work justns hard for
the Interest of the County, as dneu the
collier for the bank, or the clerk be
hind the counter for his employer.
The public ortlce Is a public trust, and
not a private snap.
The Government Is not to make men
richer, but better; nnd the ofllcer that
does not labor with this end in view Is
not doing his whole duty.
If these Ideas meet with your ap
proval, nnd you wish to have n County
Clerk that will work to carry them
out, vote for yours truly,
0-2T) 10-17 4w GEO. II. WRIGHT.
Will G. Fields ha plenty of money
to loan on farms. Office In Munsell
building. -11 tf
If you want n farm loan, low Interest
and no commission, see Walter C.
1'iuzKii, Denver. 8-8 tf
District No. 92.
R. V. and G. C. Kestor from
Gray were on our streets Sunday
and while here Bob purchased
Lawrence Donley's motorcycle.
He told us he would bo in this
neighborhood the middle of the
week with his broomcorn seeder.
Wo just4 saw the smoke o f
Uleivers threshing machine go
ovor the hill north and here
comes the pop, pop, of tho gaso
line seeder. Well, so goes life In
tho far west; always something
Geo. Whltmer and family spent
Sunday with II. M. Drake of
Geo. Stroud attended church
at Applcton Sunday.
Rome Jennings and family,
Mrs. Walter Parmalee and child
ren, Mrs. Lawrence Donley and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Holland,
Mrs. Carl Eldridge, Mrs. Kent,
Mrs. Ross and Mr. Wirkentino
all had a jolly time visiting and
singing at Will Kulow's, of Dom
bey, last Sunday.
Emmett Fosters' spont Sunday
at Mr. Kimball's.
B. F. Houseman and H. T.
Whltmer went back to work for
Mr. Ackers', threshing, last
' Mr. Wilhout, Geo. Whltmer
and Charley Buxton arc hauling
wheat to town this week.
Miss Florenco Dyers sprang
quite a surprise on her mama as
well as neighbors. She has been
visiting in Colorado and when she
arrived at Liberal a young man
(wo didn't learn tho name) met
and married hor before coming
Voters, don't bo led astray by
false insinuations and accusa
tions against honest olllcials. In
vestigate the career and ability
of the various candidates for
yourself. Don't take tho word
of a "wolf in sheep's clothing."
Tho Republican candidates invite
your most careful investigation
of their ability and integrity.
There- is not a man on tho ticket
but whoso character and reputa
ion Is above reproach, and their
selection by tho voters November
5th would mean gocd, economical
county government. Vote for
tho man who Is qualified, upright
KEEPS FLSSH IN TONE
FROM SltlfJ TO BONE.
HeUs Lvorvthluir Healnble. Hums.
Bolls, Sores, Ulcers, JL'iles. Eczema,
Cuts, Corns, Wounds and Bruises.
SATISFIES. OR MONEY BACK.
25o AV ALL DRUGGISTS.
HEIkL IT WITH
THE OA1..Y CNU:NE
1 - lT H IH
I will sell at Public Sale at my place,
H mile east and f mile south of River
side Oklahoma, on
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1912,
commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m., the
following property, to-wlt:
1 grey horse, 0-yr-old, wgt 1200; 1
black mare 4-yr-old, wgt 1200; 1 brown
horse, -l-yr-old, wgt 1030; 1 sorrel mare,
0-yr-old, wgt 850 j 1 span mules, 4-yr-old,
11)4 hands high; 1 suckling mule
colt. Money refunded or note void on
horses bought at this sale If they die
of the Horse Plague on or before De
cember 1st, 1012.
3 head of good milch cows ; 3 calves ;
C dozen Huff Cochin chickens .
1 wagon; 1 buggy ; 2 cultivators; 2
stirring plows; 1 disc harrow; 1 two
section harrow; 1 feed grinder; 2 sets
work harness; 1 riding lister; 2 disc
Household Goods too numerous to
mention. Reclining Harbor Chair.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
TERMS: All sums of $10 and under
cash in hand. On sums over (10 a
credit of 12 months will be given, pur
chaser giving bankable note bearing 10
per cent interest from date. 10 pel
cent discount for cash on sums over f 10.
II. F. YAIJON Owner.
E. F. MACY, ARCH MOURIQUAND,
Notice of Sheriff's Sale .
Notice It hcrcb; Elreu, that la pursuance of
n ordor of laic, lsiul out of the District Court
ot Dearer Coontj, Oklahoma, on the 6th da; ot
September. 1(12, In an action wuexoln A. K.
Dlako was iJalntid and P. T. Shea and Llllie
Shea wero defendants, directed to me, the under
signed Sheriff of Hearer Ceunty, commanding
me to lory upon, apirale aril tell the following
dercrlhud propflrtr: The South Writ Quartor
of Socilon Numbered Thirty Four (31) In Town
.hip Six (), North of Ilatue Twenty Fire, E. C.
M., tosatlifr a Jwlginont and decree of fore
closure in faror ot raid plalntlll and aualont
wild defendant obtained and made In said court
on the 2'itli day of August, 1912, for the turn of
M2S.U and costs SJI.M with lnteret thereon at
8 tr cent from the 2Cth day of August, 101! and
costs accruing; I will on the lUtb.day of October
1912, at the hour of 2 p. m. of slid day, at the
front door ot the Court Homo, lu ,the city of
Dearer, In uld County and Stato, offer for sale
and tell to the highest bidder for cash the prop
erty abore deacrlljed or so much thereof ai wilt
atlify said Judgment with Interests and costs.
Witness ray hand this luth day of Sept., 1912.
II. D. 1'ECIIUM, KherlO.
9-19 10-17 5w Dy K. L. KlCKKL, Under Sheriff,
Ortlor for Hearing Petition to Sell
31.1. otOU.tK.au. 1 ,SCOItOTYCOOnT.
Heater Count . )
In tli- matter of the Estate ot Elijah It. Lit
toral: Now, on till 14th dor cf 'September, 1912, C.
C. 0 roves liatlng filed herein his petition for
the sale of the reel estate described In said po
tltlou, for rcam In said petition stated,
It Is Ordered, Thut said petition be and hereof
tssetforhcarltiK on the 26th laj of October,
A. 0. 1912, at 2 o'clock p. in., at which Itlme all
persons lnteretml In said estate aro required to
appear and show cnuse, if anr they haro, wlir
an order should not bo RranUd for the sale of
so much of the real estate ot said Elijah R,
Uttcralnn It necoxarj for tho reasons in said
It Is Further Ordered. Thnt a copr of this
order he published for (our succestlre weeks In
tho Ilenrer Iterald, of Doarer. Oklahoma.
(suit,) Oeo. II. Healt,
.Vtteat: Count Judite.
Clerk of Countr Court. 9-26 10-17
WANTED The Cosmopolitan Group
requires the services of a reple
ientntlve In Beaver and surrounding
torrltory, to look after subscription
renewals, and to extend circulation by
special methods which havo proved
unusually successful. Salary and Com
mission. Previous experience desira
ble but not essential. Whole time or
spare time. Address, with references,
Charles O. Schwer, The Cosmopolitan
Group, 381 Fourth Avenue, New York
Dr Laird, of Forgnn.
Dr. Latnl, of Oklahoma City, has
been at Forgan in his private Pullman
car for several weeks. Besides having
the professional work of the construc
tion gangs, Dr. Laird Is treating chron
In diseases, including complaints ot the
stomach, kidneys and blood, nlso nerv
ous, sexual and skin diseases, Ortho
peodlc Surgery and private disease of
long standing, lie takes no Incurablo
cases; removes tumors, cancers and
growths, Thti eyes tested scientifical
ly by the latest Improved methods, and
lenses correctly fitted for defective
Dr. Laird is well and personally
known by many of our leading citlzone
who aro unanimous In recommending
him. He has his ofllce in his private
car, which has all tho latest methods
for examining patients electricity,
microscope, and chemical re-agents.
Dr. Laird will remain hero for some
time making headquarters In the car.
Examinations and consultation free.
"For many years 1 was troubled, In
splto of nil so-called remedies I used.
splto of nil so-called remedies I used.
At last I found quick relief and euro
in those mild, yet thorough and
DR, KING'S M
Adolph Scbincccl, Buffalo, N.T.
itS CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
-1 -H tr't"!Jt4I'5H H-H,'H,K-
1 THOS. L. HIGGINBOTHAM, M. D. J
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
SEPTEMBER, 21st, 1912
Everything New and Nobby will be on
display in my store on the above date.
Dress huts, Street hats and for ladies the Corduroy two-toned
hat, for the Missis the Reversible hat, for the girls, Toques of Felt
with cord trimming, also bonnets for the little folks. Automobile
Scarfs in all shades the newest out for ladies, also fancy Silks and
Corduroy for Waists, Skirts and Dresses. Fancy Overlace and
Trimming Buttons. The new Red Tie and Belt for the Misses.
I have in my store most anything in
the Dress line for Ladies, Misses and
Come in and
Mrs. W. H. ROBERTSON.
Bakery, Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks
Come in and See Us.
E. W. NEFF, Prop.
DeLUXE T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
The Sanitary Shop.
Shampoos Haths Laundry
Gents' Tailoring Suits all Styles and all Prices.
Cleaning, Pressing and Mending Done Right.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Clyde Gregg, Prop.
J. W. STEFFEN, 'High $ Auctioneer'
GENERAL SALES AND LIVE STOCK
l rospectlully solicit your business and will guaran
tee to please and satisfy you.
For Dates and Terms, Write me, or Phone No. 61
at Aly Expense. LaKEAlP, OKLA.
BEAVER mm MOHFEIL.
J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.
Our house it one of the BEST In town and Unit
Table supplied with the bent tho market affords and
Every courtesy extended,
k lit & & & & & & & & & & & & b & ! tr ir ir
DAD'S OLD STAND."
Wo can supply you with the best CANDIES, CIGARS,
ICE CREAM, COLD DRINKS, FRUIT, MEALS,
SHORT ORDERS and BAKERY GOODS.
D. C. RAFF, Prop.
A specialty of Interior finish, stair
work, store fronts. Iilghclassof neatly
made, trimmed and upholstered burial
caskets, cement sidewalks, foundations,
etc. backed by an encyclopedia of high
est authority and years of experience.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reference on
request. Shop on Main Street. Heel
d'ence phono No. 62.
8-0 tf S. S. Btrono. Bearer, Okla
Loans and Insurance, I havo what
you want. John W. S"aco, llrst build
ing east of Court House
The Place to Eat
The. Place to Drink
Come in and see us. Wc
strive to please and serve
only the best.
Fresh and Wholesome
clan In every reipce t
rate very reasonable
& && & & lr & & i& lt d lr it Lf t lii b ! & ikUrUl
I will furnish seed wheat, on ground
In medium condition, for one-fifth or
wheat raised, delivered to market.
Address J. j. Si-icht,
0-10 10-3 3w Meade, Karsa.
vy ANTED: Eighty to 160 acres of
' land In Beaver, County, betwton
Beaver river and Texas State line, with
small house, sheds! well, &c, and
fenced. I will pay cash, If price suits.
Address D. E. LI.8VORTIJ, '
131 East Fort Street,
0-5 Detroit, Michigan.