Oklahoma Ilia Society
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper Republican for Principle
BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER io, 1912.
Fall Stock is now 'Complete. As we have
always done before, we again come with
the best merchandise obtainable for the
foress Ginghams, 6 io 25c a yd
Dress Silks, - 35c to $1.50
Wool Dress Goods 50c to.$2 00'
Outings, 6c up to 15c per yd.
Muslins, 6c up to 15c per yd
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear
50c to 3.00 per suit.
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks
$3.00 to $25.00.
It the Herald is not up to Us usual
standard of excellence this week, we
will have- to beg the kind Indulgence of
our readers. Tho olilco force has not
been Id lb by any menus but wo have
not been able to give tho news our
usual attention. An extra amcunt of
job work, gutting up the delinquent
tax list and a broken-don u press (n the
midst of it all, has made life a burden
for us but, if our renders vilr kindly
bear with us, we'll try and make
amends in future.
Congressman Morgan has made a re
markablo record in securing legislation
favorable to his district. TliU is, no
doubt, due to the fact that he has
tho respect of his assouintes In Con
gress and the confidence) of the publio
officials In Washington, Inasmuch as
he is known to be honest, and has sin
cerity of purpose, and has demonstrat
ed hlh fitness, his defeat would be a
distinct loss to Oklahoma and her ppo
pie, regardless of politics. He has de
voted nil his time, energy nnd abilities
to the work the people sent him to do
When you havo a bad cold you want
thebwst mediclno obtainable so as to
cure it with ns little delay as possible.
Hero M a druggist's, opinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years," says Enos hollar of Sa
ratoga, Ind., "and consider it tho best
nn tho market." For sale by nil
The Llboral Hardwaro Co Is now
located on the South Side.
10-3 tf Tnos. W, Gaw.
Five Numbers, and Possibly Six, for samo Money on Season Ticket
t.0ct. 14, Wood Orchestral Trio-Music.
Nov. 6, Denton C. Crowel-Lecture
Dec. 7, Sarah Ruth Bates Company-Music
Jan. 4, Emerson Winters-Impersonator
Feb. 20, Dr. M. W. Chase-Lecture
Other Number to be Filled.
Season Ticket, for Reserved Seat, Adult, $2,50
School Children, $1.23
Single Admission, 30 Cents
Reserved Seat,; ' 75 Cents
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND.
Beaver's First Lecture Course.
Men's Suits, $3.00 to $20.00
AlerTs Odd Pants $1.00 tb $6.00
Mcn,s Corbc(t overalls and
Jumpers, SI. 00 to $1.25
Alcn's and Ladies Shoes at
t $1.00 to $5.00
' Men's Fall Hats, 75c to $5.00
,Alen's Shirts, 40c to $3.00
II. F. Ludliim and family enjoyed a
visit last week from Mr. LtidltimV
mother, from Lynn county, Kansas.
THREE-ROOM HOUSE nnd- large
pasture to rent, mile of Beaver.
Walter C. Fiiazbu.
Roll of Honor.
The following readers of tlie Hkiiald
havo remembered us with a renewal or
now subscription the past week:
C. A. Allen, Alva, new sub.
J. h. King, Bpavcr, new sut).
T. J. Judy, Burden, K-.. new sub by
Miss Nellie Judy, Heaver.
Lym'au Lyons, Mt. Pulaski, lit., new
sub. J. O, Hodge, Beaver, renewal.
A. N. Moore, Madison, renewal.
J. O. Judtl, Beaver, renewal.
It. V. Nicholson, Logan, new sub.
Mary A. Duncan, Powell, Wyoming,
Geo. II. Jon'q, Beaver, rcncival.
J A Spoilt), Beaver, renewal.
Sam Bingham, Mndlron. renenal.
A. h. Schwendenor, Shattuek, uiwub
.las. Howard, Eigleville, Mu., new sub
Enoch Qiiinn, lied Wine, Calif,, new-
sub by Mrs. J. 11. Qiiinn, Beuver4
Kd Gardner, Blaine, Coin., new sub.
F. E. Cone, Englevitle, Mo , new sub
Dr. 11. T. Nichols, of Liberal, was
called in consultation tills week with
Dr. L. S. M tinsel, in the case of Sol
Blossor, who has been seriously ill of
peritonitis for several weeks. Mt.
Dtossor's condition is still quito serious
but It is hoped that ho wlllsooii take u
term for tho better.
'111 II ill! Mil'
Subscribe for Tiik Bbavkii Herald.
Only 81.00 Tor Year.
Hen Sanders, of Kloris, transacted
I)ii3inua In tin) mcinty mi.it today.
Editor I,. It. Tooker, of the Forgnn
Enterprise, was a county scat visitor
If you want Insurance, or a loan on
your fnrin, call on or wrlto Will G.
Fields. 4-11 If
F. O. Haworth of Forgan anil Mociino
pent n part of the week In the county
Monoy to loan on farms. Soc John
V. Savage, first building cast of the
Mrs. Belle Robinson, of LaKcmp,
I who has been nursing Sol Illossur, re
turned home tndav.
Will O. Fields has plenty of money
t loan on farms. Olllcu in Muuscll
building. -11 tr
Mrs. Josephine Smith nnd daughter,
Mrs Hiiby Jnckson nnd little Miss Car
ol, were in from LnKctup today.
The Liberal Hardware Co. is now
located on the South Side.
10-3 tf Tiion. W. Gaw.
Mre. Joe Gnddatd returned Intweok
from p n extended vijit at Wichita,
Ed Gardner, who has been hero for
trn dnyson a visit to relatives nnd
friends, returned to his farm near
Uhtiuc, Colorado. Wednesday.
Lost Memorandum book containing
iiime money and valuable papers. He
ward for return to E. T. Vk.vaiile,
10-3 tf Ufd 1! Balko, Okla.
. II. Robertson lelt this week for
his farm nenrfrvo-'Bilttii,""Coloradii,
w-hero he will look after his eitip nnd
make improvements on his farm.
Quick Money, Easy Terms, ripply '
fnlin W. Savage, just across the
'bridge'" for your farm loans.
Drop Head Sewing Machine with full
ot ot attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, $I3.G cash, at Liberal Hardware
Go's. I).5 If
Hail Insurance, seo Will (
I represent the St. Paul.
Loins and Insurance, I havo whnt
you want. John W, Svaco. Ilrst build
'ig east of dm- House.
For Rent Good business build
ing m good location. Apply at
Herald office. ,
Mr. -nnd Mrs. T. It. Sharon, who have
been visiting their son Freil and wife
and other relatives hero fur two weeks
departed Saturday fur their homo at
LOST Pair go)d rimmed spectacles
in black leather cafe at the Fair
Grounds lint week, Finder will confet
ti great favor by returning to this
olllce. O'.'.'O If
Mrs. V. Metzgerv arrived Monday
from Niehart, Montana, in response to
tho ncn-s of the serious illness of her
husband Mr. Melzger is somewhat
improved nt this time.
Sick headache Is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chauiborltiii's
I Tablets and correct that nnd the head-
itches will disappear. For sale by all
Graphophoues and Records for salo
at Beaver JId . A Fum. Store. Rec
ords fit any graphophnuo using' n disc
J'oh Salk: One sorrel horse, weight
PJ0O pounds, good driver sluglo or
double. Call or write,
II. F. Luiilum ,
0-12 tf Aftho Garage.
ONTRACTS DEEDS, MORT-
GAGES & LEASES DRAWN:
BEST ABSTRACTS Promptly made.
Charges Reasonable. I furnish you
prompt, reliable service for least
11181117. There is" 11 Legal Kd neat ion
and years of experience back of my
Ueavcr County Abstract Office
i A T TCD r- CDA7I7D
WALltLK C. rKAZ,LK
By tho Loyal Boys and Girls nt an
enrly date. Watch
for further an'
Miles Resumes Business.
Jt O. Miles, who closed out his gro
cery business here a few months nun
on account of his interests at the rnneh
demnuding his attention, re-opened
hfs establishment this week with a new!
enlarged stock. In addition Ulna reg
ular grocery line ho now carries a good
stock of notions,
ment In tins Issue.
Seo his advertise-
Chas. White Passes Away.
Charles White, who has been serious
ly ill nt the home f his brother Wil
liam, In Beaver, for many weeks and
whose conditlon.had been critical for
some time, passed awny early Wednes
day morning. Death was duo to heart
Funeral services wcro conducted at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
White, Tluirsday morning nt 10 o'clock
by Rev. Leeper, pastor of the Presby
terian church, and Interment made in
the Beaver cemetery.
Mr. White had lived In Heaver coun
ty for many years being ono of tho
early day settlers here. Ho had never
married and lived alone, n quiet and
secluded life until his Illness when he
was taken to his brother's homo and
given the best of care and attention
but the nature of Ills illness nnd his
advanced years madtj his recovery
doubtful from tho Ilrst Ho was an
honorable and upriuht citizen, fair in
all his dtaliug and his wotd was ns
good ns It's bond. lie was a man who
read much and was well posted ou all
public nlTiiirs. (Juict nnd unassuming
lie commanded the respect and confi
dence of all who knew him.
The IIkiiai.I) joins the many friend,
of the family in extending sympathy
to those who mourn the loss of theii
Fred and Abu Llle, of Kokomo, both
of whom havo been seriously ill with
lypholdtliivrr forborne, time, are still
in a very critical condition nnd their
rec"voy is cnntldcrcd doubtful. Just
nt this lime they are slightly improved
We hope to be nblu to report a decided
change for tho better next week.
A whole lot of neighborhood news,
which we would like to get in, is omit
ted from the Hkiialii this week because
wo are unable to Hud time, suaco or
typo to get it in. This will not occur
olten however and we want to urge
our correspondents to Bend in tho news
regularly uiicli week just lliv samo No
letter will bo om'ttrd that we can
possibly get In print.
Oklahoma City is a splendid town
but it does not merit and should wM
expect the support of Beaver, Texas
and Cimarron counties, coniuierelull)
,ir for the eapital without givinsome-
lhingmori than liotair in return. in
citizens of tho counties named would
feel urnteful to the boosters of Okla
homa City if they will put up a sub
stantial elTort and construct it railroad
through Beaver City, Guyinuu and
llciio City, county seats of tho three
.Panhandle counties. Guymon Herald
Dr Laird, of Forgail.
Dr. Liird, of Oklahoma City, has
been at Forgan in his private Pullman
car for several wcoks. Besides having
the professional work of the construe-
tion gangs, Dr. Laird Is treating cliron-
!.. I....1...U ,.. ii.. .r ii...
111 11 seit.us, iiiuiimiiiK ciiiiiiiuujip ui 1111-
stomach, kidneys nnd blond, also nerv
ous, sexual and skin diseases, Ortho-
peodle Surgery nnd private dlseasoH of
long standing Ho takes no incurable
cafes; removes tumors, cancers nnd
growths, The eyes tested scientifical
ly by the latest improved methods, and
lenses correctly fitted for defective
Dr. Laird Is well nnd personally
known by many of our lending citizens
who nrn unanimous in recommending
him. Ho lias his cilice la his private
car, wlucliHias nil the latest methods
for examining patients electricity,
microscope, and chemical re-ugenlH.
Dr. Lafrd will rc'tnaln hero for some
time making headquarter in the car.
Examinations and consultation free.
A specialty of interior finish, stair
work, store fronts. Highclassof nontly
mado, trimmed and upholstered burial
caskets, cement sldowalks, foundations.
tie. bunked bv an enovclniiedia of I1I12I1-
est authority and years of oxporWe.
Satisfaction guaranteed, Reference on
request. Shop on Main Street. Res.
,jpHce phono No o2
3.0 tf S. S, Strono. BcaveP, Okla
If you have money we want it.
If you want money we have it.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
OF F0RGAN, OKLAHOMA
We arc prepared to
Alva Railroad Builders Here.
A party of promoters of tho St. Lobls,
Oklahoma A- Pncilio Railroad, which is
nrojeuted from .lva to Des Moines,
Now Mexico, were hero tho eftrly part
of tho week 011 business connected with
he building of tho lino.
This is tho lino that Beaver has long
ad in view nnd wo are pinning our
faith to it beenuso we believe these
tien mean business. They say little
mt "still wnter runs ileep" nnd some
if these days, when tho timo is ripe,
hey will push tho work through and
'ho Beaver valley will re-echo with the
ing of progress as tho workmen with
team shovels, graders, rails and tics
forgo tho second big steel commercial
roadway across our county.
W. S. & G. Ry. to the Bad.
II. I.eone Miller, president and chief
minuter of tho Wiuiicpcg, Salinn ik
I ill f Railway, has been taken into the
oils of tho federal authorities on a
liar go of using the mails for fraudu
'lit purposes. This action followed
loscly upon the heels of tho W. S. A
I. going into tho hands ot a receiver a
inv weeks ago. Tills is ono of the nil
iierous paper railroads which were
irojected across IHavor county and
mis to touch Beaver, Guymon nnd
mints west. Although Heaver had
icceptcd thoir proposition nnd would
uive been glad to comply with tho ro
lutrenients WHEN THE ROAD WAS
OTUALLY BUILT yet, we never put
niich faith In tho enterprise nor went
my further thnti to merely accept
heir propnsltian which was a very lib-
nil onu had they been able to build.
Idler's rcputntiou as n "Blue Sky
lailroad" promoter had precceded him
ie.ru 'and Im wasn't nblo to fool the
teoplo but ho got in his graft to tho
xtentof some J2 million dollars on
fie Easy Marks of Kansas.
Beaver and Beaver county have had
iltmty of experience with railroad pro
noters. Wo want and need nil the
uilrfindfl tee inn fret nnd nrfl rpfltlv.
vilUng and anxious to nccept nny
''"oiibuiu proposition mav may 1.0
do tin but we always tlo a string to
ur odor and require something rea),
"" rails, ties and rolling stock before
ve put up mo real uonars.
.- ." .
If you want a farm loan, low Interest
1 ml no commission, seo Walter C.
Kiiazkii, Beaver, 8-S tf
That Anyone could ask for
One of the most complcto stocks west of Kansas
City. Just received 11 carload of nice new de
signs in Beds, Rockers, Chairs, Dressers and
other things needed in tho home.
Call and see us and Ret our pricos.
SPECIAL PRICES to newly married couples '
for Complete Outfit.
Heaver Hdwe. & Furii. Co.
to harvest and
Christian Church Services.
Services at the Christian church Sun
day morning and evening, October 18,
Bible School at 10:00 a. in.
Morning servlco nt 11:00 o'clock.
OiuiKit ok Wonniur.
Reading or Scripture lesion. Its
sponsively. Hymn. ., .
Solo (Selected) Miss Gleo Miller.
Sermon -Subject, "The Efficiently of
Christian Endeavor nt 7:00 p. 111,
Evening services nt 8 o'clock,
OnuKit ok Wonsntr.
Ten minute sung service.
Reading of Scripture Jason.
Hymn. ' ,
S U "The Ninety and Nine" Mrs, W.
T. Qtilnn. ""
Sermon-Subject, "Tho Ninety and
L. L. Shaw, Pastor.
Sunday Schoql at 10 n. m,
Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.
Preaching at 8:00 p, m.
CmaS. B. l.rr.rxn, Pastor.
Mrs. B. C. Lowis returned last week
from Wichita, Kansas, where she had
been wltii her daughter Mies Jetta,
who is taking treatment for a severe
case of granulated eyelids. Jetta re
mained for treatment nnd Mrs. Lewis
will return in a few weeks.
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