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BEAVER
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Oldest Oklahoma NomsjaDor RoDubllcan for Principle
VOL. XXVI.
BEAVER, BEAVER iCOUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, OCTOUER 24, 1912. No. 20
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READY
For vSales
Fall Stock is now Complete. As we have
always done before, we again come with
the best merchandise obtainable for the
Lee.st Money.
Dress Ginghams, 6 to 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
S3. 00 to $25.00.
Alcn's Suits, $3.00 to $20.00
Men's Odd Pants $1.00 to $6.00
Men's Corbctt Overalls and
Jumpers, $1.00 to $1.25
Alcn's and Ladies Shoes at
$1.00 to $5.00
Men's Fall Hats, 75c to $5.00
Alcn's Shirts, 40c to $3.00
J. II. Thompson, merchant of Logan,
was a, Beaver Tlsltor Tuesday.
If you want Insurance, or a loan on
your farm, call on or write yill O.
Fields.'' 4-11 tf
THREE-ROOM HOUSE and largo
pasture to rant, il milo of Ucavcr.
0-'M tf Walter C. Fiut.kr.
It. A. Humiston, publisher of the
Farmers' News, was over from Knowles
Wednesday.
Money toloan on farms. See John
W. Savage, first building cast of the
Court House.
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
Beaver lercaiie Co,
The Liberal Hardware Co. is now
located on the South Side.
10-3 tf Titos. W. Gaw.
Lost Memorandum book containing
sumo money and valuable papers. He
ward for return to K. T. Vknaiilk,
10-3 tf Rfd 2 Balko, Okla.
For Rent Good business build
ing in good location. t Apply at
Herald oflice.
i
LOST Pair gold' rimmed spectacles
in black leather case at the Fair
Grourjds last week, Finder will confer
a great favor by returning (o this
oflice. 0-20 tf
Fob. Sale: One sorrnl horse, weight
1200 ipounds, good driver singlo or
double. Call or write,
II. F. LUDLUM ,
Beavor, Okla.
0-12 tf At the Oarage.
A 23 room boarding or rooming house
for sale or 'trade for Western land.
Good business always full. Address
LANDLADY,
187 N Topekn,
10-24 11-14 pd Wichita, Kar.
We wish to announce that w have
opened a Farm Loan oflice In the Loot
bourrow building opposite the P. O.
We are a homo institution and when
you deal with us you are dealing with
home people as our head oflice is lo
cated In Woodward, Oklahoma. Wo
Joart monoy on farms on easy terms at
reasonable rates, making no charge for
inspecting your land. We pay you the
money when you sign the papers.
Come in and lut us get acquainted and
if you are thinking of making a loan
we arc sure we can please you.
1 It. O. Renfrew,
W. T. Carson, Manager.
Roosevelt Recovering.
Theodore Iloosevelt has sulllciently
recovered from the effects of 'an assas
sin's bullet, which was fired into his
breast at Milwaukee, last week, to be
able to go to his homo at Oyster Bay.
He left Mercy Hospital, Chicago, Mon
day, and made the trip without expe
riencing any ill effects. It is thought
now that ho will be able to make a
speech in New York, Oo'obcr 30th.
Home's House Burned. '
B. II. Home and family, of Kokoino,
lost their house and all its contents by
lire, Friday of last week. The origin
o( the 11 ro is unknown, and it had
gained such hvadway when discovered
that it was impossible to save any
thing Only Mrs. Horn and herdaugh
ters were at homo at the time, and
they were iu tlio Held a short distance
from the house. It was not until the
entire interior of the house was ablaze
and smoke was issuing from the doors
and windows that they discovered that
their home was in flames, They made
a desperate effort to save something,
but without avail.
The many friends of the family are
sorry indeed to hear of this disaster,
for the loss of a home carries with it
rnanv treasures impossible to replace.
The fruits of many years of hard toil
has been swept away in a very few
minutes by the ravages of the fire
demon.
Hoy Brown came' up from tlio Kiowa
Saturday, and is spending a few days
at home.
Will G. Fields has plenty of money
to loan on farms. Oflice in Munscll
building. -11 tf
Quick Money, Easy Tonus. Apply to
John W. Savage, just across the
'"bridge"' for your farm loans.
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Loans and Insurance, I havo what
you want. John W. Svagc. first build
'in; east of On"' House.
Dr. L. L. Long returned Monday to
Beaver, after a two weeks pleasure
and business trip spent in Katfsas City
and Oklahoma points.
Drop Head Sewing Machine with full
sot of attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, 13.8 cash, at Liberal Hardware
Co. 0-5 tf
Mrs. B. O. Lewis returned to Wich
ita, Kansas, this week, where her
daughter, Jctta, is receiving treatment
for her eyes.
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and tlio head
aches will disappear. For sale by all
dealers.
Mrs. O. A, Parham returned Thurs
day of last week from Kansas and Mis
souri points, where she was called by
the death of a brother, and afterward
spent a couple of weeks with relatives.
Miss Montgomery, who has been
clerking at the Beaver Mercantile Co.
establishment, was called to her home
at Oklahoma City the past week by tlio
illness of her father,
W. F. Carson and family, of Wood
ward, arrived in Heaver the past week
and have taken up their homo among
us. Mr. Carson is engaged in the Real
Kuate. and Loan business, and is lo
cated, in the Loofbourrow building.
A part of this issue of the Ukiulu Is
printed on yellow paper this week on
account of delay in receiving a ship
ment of white print paper. We regret
to have to resort to '"yellow Journal
ism." This is truo of tho Hkrai.d
only from a color standpoint, however,
and wo trust it will not become neces
sary soon again,
Dr. Emery Trekell and bride, who
havo been to Chicago. New York, Ni
agara Falls, and other eastern points
on their honeymoon trip, arrived home
Tuesday evening and have gone to
housekeeping in the doctor's fine resi
dence property In west part of town.
They will be at homo to their friends
after October lfith. Milan, Kansar,
News.
Sol Blosscr Dead.
Again death has entered our little
community and removed from our
midst one of our most prominent and
influential citizens, and his passing lias
touched the hearts of his innumerable
friends with n lasting sorrow which
lime alone can sootho but never erad
icate. Sol Blossor was taken sick at tlio
homo of his nephew, F. A. Sharon, In
Beaver, during Fair week, and Ills
life hung in the balance fur six long
weeks, until Monday, October 21st,
1(112, when tho summons came for him
to leave wife, children and loved ones,
who had watrhed at his bedsido so
patiently and lovingly, hoping, trust
ing, and praying that their dear one
night be spared to them.
From tho first his condition was crit
ical, and all that medical skill and care
ful trained nursing could do, was done
to restore him to health and strength,
but without avail. Tlio reaper, Death,
had seemed to mark him for the har
vest, and baflled every effort of those
who labored so faithfully and skillfully.
Funeral services ware conducted at
the Christian church. Wednesday, Oc
tober 23d, at 2 o'clock p. in. by Rev. It.
R. Coffey, assisted by Rev I, L. Shaw.
A splendid tribute was paid to the man
who had lived In our midst for twenty
fivo years, enduren the vicissitude of
adversity and enjoyed tlio pleasures of
prosperity, and yet withal remained
tlm same genial, jovial Sol Blosscr,
whoso presence always brought cheer,
ond who went to his grave carrying
with him tho greatest treasure and
only wealth that can abide from time
to eternity tlio lovo and respect of all
who knew him, a life well spent, and
which ever radiated sunshine, and a
readiness and wi'lingness to go. Bur
ial was made in tho Beaver cemetery.
Sol Blosscr came to Beaver county,
thon "No Man's Laud," a poor man
financially, but bv business sense, good
judgment'and honest toil ho became
one of tho wealthiest men in thu coun
ty. Ho used his means not as the
proud anil haughty .Hint inn way which
proved a blessing, not only to himself
and family, but to many others whom
ho assisted in a business way He
numbered his friends by his acquaint
ances, and his death is mourned sin
cerely. Sol Blosscr was born in Hawkins
county, Ohio, April 3rd, 1852, and died
st Beavor, Oklahoma, October 21st,
1012, being GO years, fl months and Hi
days old. Early iu life ho removed
with his parents t" Illinois, and spent
his childhood days in that state. In
early manhood ho went, to Indiana
There ho wooed and wed Miss Sarah J.
Malhlas, who still survives him. Later
ho resided In Kansas, and then came
to Beaver county, settling on Clear
Creek, whuro they since, havo made
their homo, surrounded by many of
tho comforts and luxuries of life.
When but a young man, Mr. BlosBCr
united with the United Brethren
Curch, and in the last hours of his ill
ness was prepared and expressed his
willingness to meet his Lord and
Master,
The wife, one son, C. A. Illosser and
one daughter, Mrs, Ellzaboth Hibbs,
survive him. Two babes, Ilarley and
Lula, awaited him in tlio Glory Laud
In the death of Mr. Blosser, tho com
munity, as well as his home, suffers a
deep loss He will be greatly missed
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If you have money we want it.
If you want money we have it.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
OF FORGAN, OKLAHOMA
Wc ore prepared to loan prospective
customers money to harvest and
market their fall crops.
Tho Liberal Hardware Co. is now
located on tho South Side
10-3 tf Tnos. W. Gaw.
Jesse Overstruet and wife passed
through Beaver Saturday in their Hup
mobile, enrouto from their home in
Chilllcothe, Texas, to Syracuse, Kan- j by both relatives tnd friends, and his
Republican Ticket.
For Congress 2d District
Hon. DickT. Alorgan
For Representative
Thomas P. Uraidwood
For County Judge
George H. Mealy
For County Attorney
John A. Spohn
For County Treasurer
Glmcr L. Fickel
For, County Olurk
George II. Wright
For County Assessor
Prank II. Drum
For, County Surveyor
Oscar Gardner ' -
For tiherirr
I. N. Phelps
Fur Clerk of tho District Court
G. T. Ayers
For Register of Deeds
Harry M. Bulick
For County Superintendent
Henry C. Pellow
For Commissioner 1st District
K. Hagan
For Commissioner 2d Distiict
A. A. Haskell
For Commissioner 3d District
J. L. Ducrson
Christian Church Services.
Services nt tho Christianchurch Sun
day morning and evening, October 17,
as follow :
Bible School at 0:45 . in, Subject
Morning Subject "The Reward for
Sorvlcc"
lCvoiiIng Subject "Work crs To
gether With Him."
Special muslo Vocal solo by Miss
Cleo Mlllor nt evening service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 8:00 p. In.
Everybody welcome,
L. L. Shaw, Pastor.
Man With Teams, Wanted.
I want sonio une with teams and rigs
to take cliargo of tho Beaver-Meade
Star Mall route, Good proposition to
responsible man,
J, R. Qi'i.nk, Contractor,
10-10 tf Beaver, Okla
Presbyterian Church.
Punday School at 10 a. in.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a, in.
Prcaohlngat.8:P0 p. m. ,
Evurbody Invited. '
Ciias. B. LxnricR, Pastor.
Mrs. E. II. Mansfield and brothers,
P B. and I. W. Monro, aro enjoying a
visit from their brother and his wife,
who arrived Monday from Kentucky.
R. O. RENFREW
FARM LOANS
Woodward, Harper, Ellis und
v; Bea.ver Counties.
MONEY READY when papers are signed.
sas. where they go to see Mrs. Over-
street's relatives, They stopped over
In Beaver one day, and many of Jesse's
old-time friends were glad to greet
him again and to have the pleasure of
making tho acquaintance of his wife,
Jesse spent his boyhood days in Bea
ver, and it had been eight years since
ho had' returned to the land of his
youth. He noted changes on every
hand, and he could hardly believe that
ho was passing through the old
"cow country," over which he used to
ride on the annual round ups. He
said many of the old landmarks look
ed familiar, and the old friends, who
never change, recalled many pleasant
incidents to his mind. He found a
hearty welcome from the old bunch of
school kids now school kids no more
with whom he used to mingle, and the
regret of all was that they could not
have remained longer to visit us.
t?
See or write&jw
Opposite P. 0.
IU?" I
W. T. CARSON.
Alanager Beaver Office.
BEAVER, OKLA.
Makes Light System.
Ray Barnes, manager of tho Beaver
Hardware & Furniture Company estab
lishment, has Just installed a new
acetyllne lighting system In that place
ofshlsrown manufacture. The system
is first-class in every respect and gives
excellent service, and that, too, at a
much'less expense than the systems
put out by foreign concerns. If you
ars flouring on installing new lights it
will pay you to see Mr. Barnes and in
veitlgate his new system,
departure is sincerely mourned. To
those whoso sorrow boars so heavily
upon their hearts in this great afflic
tion, Tub HeiiaM), together with their
legion of friends, would speak words
of comfort and sympathy. Our tears
are mingled with theirs and we would
share their sorrows,
Revival Meetings.
The Church of God will conduct a
series of revival meetings at tho Meth
odist church, in Beaver, commencing
to-night. October 21th. Evangelist J
D. Farrell will bo in charge. A hearty
invitation is extended to all to attend.
Fortunes in Faces.
Th'ere'a often much truth iu the say
ing "her face is her fortune," but its
never 'said where pimples, skin erup
tions, blotches,. or other blemishes dis
figure it. Impure blood is back of
them all, and shows tho need of Dr,
King's New Life Pills. They promote
health and beauty. Try them, 23 cents
at Fred 0. Tracy V.
the sir was
the
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
Henry H. Miller, deceased, aro reuuir-
-d to present the same, witli tho nec
essary vouchers, to tho undersigned,
Administrator, Beavor. Okla., within
four months of tho date herebf. or the
same will be forovor barred
Dated October 2J, 1012.
W. G. FIELDS.
10-21 11-11 Iw Administrator,
Sunday School Convention.
Stato Secretary C. II Nichols anil
wife, of Oklahoma City, were here Sun
day and Monday in attendance upon
the County Sunday School Convention
which assembled at the Presbyterian
chinch In Beaver on those days.
The session was a particularly Inter
esting and profitable one, and ton
much uredlt cannot bo given tho Coun
ty Secretary, Mrs. W. G. Fields, and
Presldont W. T. Meadors, as well a
otlior leading Sunday School workers
of tno town and county, together with
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols In making thu
convention so Instructive, and enter
taining. Theso annual gatherings of tho Sun
day School workers of tho county aro
eacli year becoming more wide-spread
In their Influence, and great good Is
bolng accomplished. Every wide
awako Sunday School man, woman,
hoy or glrl of tho county should be
come interested in this great move
ment and lend It their support, energy
and presence. If you don't want to
miss something good, commenco to
plan right now to attend tho conven
tion next year. If jou come onco you
can't stay away in future.
At the close of the convention, ofll
cors were elected for tho oomlng year,
W. T. Quinn was selected for Presi
dent, and Mrs. W. G. Fields was re
elected Secretary.
Tuesday morning early
dear and crisp, and the whistlo of
train at Forgan could bo plainly heard,
We ratlisr suspect the old "iron horse"
gave a few extra shrill shrieks just for
our special benefit, Well, it did sound
good, Just tho same; but just wait a
few short months till that train comes
puffing up the Beaver Valley; then
I won't she sound good, sure enough !
Have You Seen
The New Stock of Furniture- that hns just
arrived at our store? We now have every
thing that anyone might need In these goods.
We also cirry a complete line of
HAHDWARE
AJSJ"D
Undertaker's Supplies.
Beaver Hdwe. & Funi. Co.
Bepcr, Oklahoma.

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