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Beaver Mercantile Co.
For Anything You Need in
Dry Goods Groceries, Shoes,
Clothing, Hals, Ladies9
Cloaks and Skirts
Y. P. S. C. E. Social.
Tbe Y. P. 8. G. E. of the Christian
church held a business meeting and
eoelal at the heme of Mr. and ,Mrt. J.
JU-QuIbh, Friday Bight of last week.
After the usual pleasant eveclng'a en
tertalnacstef garnet, contests, etc.,
bad bees enjoyed, the business session
held and oSeers for the ensuing
year were chosen. Tboae elected were :
President, Mist Ethel Smith.
VIee-PresIdent, Percy Barrow.
Sec -Treat., Lcwla Moore.
Pianiit. Mlta Kelle Judy.
Asst. Piaalit. MIm Julia Maddor.
Chorister, MIm Ojeo Miller.
Bible Class Entertain.
The Bible claw, of the Ohriitlan
cioie ocnoot were entertained by a
committee of the memberaof the olaaa,
at the pleatant homo of Mr. and Mrt.
W. T. Qulnn Thursday night of last
week. The affair was In the nature of
Uallow'een entertainment and many
atrlking and pleating feature were
introduced which served to paw the
evening away moat pleasantly. A large
nuKbfr of the members of the class
were present and all bad a Jolly good
time. Refreshments were served.
"There could be no better medicine
thaa Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy.
My children were all sick with whoop
iageoagh. One of them waa in bed,
bad a high fever and waa coughing up
blood. Oar doctor gave them Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," s7s Mrs. R. A. Donald
son, of Lexlngtcs, MIm, For sale by
I0NTRAGT3 DEEDS, MORT
GAGES A LEASES DRAWN
BEST ABSTRACTS Promptly made.
Charge Reasonable. I furnish you
prompt, reliable service for leaat
money. There is a Legal Education
and years of experience back of my
Beaver Cettaty Abstract OHlce
R. O. RENFREW
Woodward, Harpar, Ellis ifxnd
MONEY READY wken papers are sigoed.
For Price and Quality
Come to the
The boy's appetite is often the source
of amazement. If you would have such
an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They not only create a healthy appe
tite, but strengthen the stomach and
enable it to do Its work naturally. For
sale by all dealers.
The revival meetings being conduct
ed at the Methodist church by Evan
gelist Farrell, of the Church of God,
have been well attended and much
sound Gospel truth hat been proclaim
edi Brother Farrell Is an able and
tearless speaker ana hit sermons are
Interesting and Instructive.
"It Is a pleasure to tell jou that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best courIi medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell. Lavonia,
Ga. "I have used It with all my child-
Iren and the results have been highly
satisfactory." For cale by all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laughrln re
turned Friday from Kansas City where
they had been for several weeks past.
Mrs. Laughrln was receiving treatment
for rheumatism from which she has
suffered severely for several month.
8he is feeling much Improved, a fact
her friends are all inoro than glad to
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cnaxar A Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last IB years, and be-
liove him perfectly honoablo In all
uuslnesa transaotiona and financially
able to carry out any obligations mado
by his firm.
Hall's CaUrrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. 8old by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Silver Spoon Free.
I will give away, for a limited time,
a Bllver Teaspoon with each 12.00 cash
purchase. This applies to anything in
in my stock except tchool books.
Mas. W. H. ROBERTSON,
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DEMOCRATS SWEEP EVERYTHING!!!
Elect President, Both Houses of Congress,
and Many State Officers.
TAFT GETS ONLY THREE STATES I
Roosevelt Carries Six States, and Runs
Close in Many Others.
CAPPER AND STUBBS ELECTED IN KANSAS.
Tito reports that we tiro able to procure up to thin titno nbow an
overwhelming Democrat victory. "Wilson and Marshall have swept
everything, and both Houses of Congrats arc decidedly Democratic
Tho reins of Government will bo in the lmnds of the Democracy for
the next four years, and thoy will have ample opportunity to give
tho country a fair sample of tho "pure and undcfllcd" modern
Democratic doctrlno It they fall, thero will be no Republican
door, at which they can lay tho blame. Tho coast is clear, and they
have tho right of way.
Tho dverwelmlng dofoat of Taf t, who carried only three states
Utah, Idaho and Vermont Is not a defeat of the Republican party,
but a plain repudiation by tho popular will of tho people of tho un
fair tactics and manipulations of machine politic-;.
Rooicvclt mado a groat race, and has proven that his Progress
ive principles aro In accord with tho ideas of tho great mass of the
people. It was a magiMficcnl fight
THE BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS ENDED.
Some Good Men Go Down In Defeat, But Withal a Good
Set of Officials Chosen.
Election Day, November 6th, 101?,
has passed into history 'with all Its
strife and turmoil. In the county, the
ticket elected Is mixed eight Repub
licans and live Democrats being cho
sen. Those who bear the viclor'a palm
County Judge Geo. tl. Healy, Rep.
County Att'y Claude T. Smith, Dem.
Clerk Dltt. Court O F Pruett, Dem.
SheriffJohnnie M Jones, Dem.
County Treas. P P Fryslnger, Dem.
County Glerk-Geo 11 Wright, Rep.
Register Deeds tl M Butlek, Rep.
County 8upt. II 0 Fellow, Rep.
County Assessor F II Drum, Rep.
County Surveyor Oscar Gardner, Kep
E E. Harlan, of Ivn. is putting
up a residence In Reaver this week.
Mrs. T. S. OrifTy has been quite sick
again the pat week,
If you aro thinking of making a fsrm
loan, seo CARSON. 1031 tf
If you went Insurance, or a loan on
your farm, call on or write Will G.
Fieldt. 4-11 tf
Mist 8utle Milton was quite sick for
several days the first of the week, but
is again able to be about at this time.
Money paid when papers are signed,
If ynu get your farm loan of CARSON,
THE LOAN MAN. 10-31 tf
D. C. Groves was down from King
man, Kansas, this week attending to
THREE-ROOM HOUSE and large
pasture to rent l mile of Deaver.
J.G.Garland returned tho first ot
tke week from a business trip to Okla
Wc want your business. Come in
and get acquainted with CARSON,
THE LOAN MAN. 10-31 tf
Miss Opal Bagslfiy. -Hello" girl at
Forajaa, visited ber aunt, Mia. B.'W.j
The Liberal Hardware Co. it bow
located oa the South Side.
10-3 If Tnot. W. Gaw.
Moaey to loaa oa farms. Bee John
W. Savage, Rett balWIng east of the
Mrt. Sarah Walter aad tiller Mlta
Mary Beaver, who siava baaa sojourn-
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lit DlsU Thos P McLatn, Dem
-'d DItt.-A A Haskell, Rep.
3d Dltt. R, Hagan, Rep.
DIckT. Morgan, Rep., for Congress,
is probably elected by a small majori
ty Ueaver county save him ft ma
Thot. P. Oraldwood, Rep. for Repre
sentative of Dearer and Harper coun
ties, Is elected.
Dearer county remains In the Re
publican column by a plurality of per
haps 200. The state in general goes to
the democrats. In the capital location
question Guthrie lost by a small ma
jority and the capital remains at Ok
The Liberal Hardware Co. Is now
located on tho South Side.
10.8 tf Titos. W. Oak.
u. . liicnuison, oi Lngan, waa a
business visitor in the county seat the
Quick Money, Easy Terms. Apply to
fnhn V. Savage, Just acrosa the
"bridge" for your farm Ifans.
Loans and Insurance I have what
tou want. John V. 8ajrc. first build
tt east of fJ- House.
F. J, Dlrdsall, chairman of the Coun
ty Election Board, haa been here all
week attending to his official duties In
Drop Head Sewing Machine with full
et of attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, 1 13.03 cash, at Llboral Hardware
Co's. 0-5 tf
Graphophones and Records for sale
at Ueaver Hd . & Furn. 8tore. Rec
ords fUny graphophone uting a disc
Sick headache la caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aohea will disappear. For sale by all
The kids r ere out In full force, aa
usual, Hallowe'en, and turned things
upside down. They confined their
pranks within the bounds of reason
for thejBost part, and no serious dam
age was done.
A 33 room boarding or rooming bouse
for sale or ttade for Western land.
Good business alwaya full. Address
157 N Tepeka,
10-21 1M4B4 Wkbita, Kas.
The Bible ctese, of the Christian
Bible School, served sandwiches, pie
pickles and aoffea at the Court house
Tuesday Bight to the crowd which were
awaiting electlo returns. They en
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So Many MDotV' to Observe
That Unfortunate Man
Gave Up the Game.
It Is gcod to have the ottlclsl atsur
ance that there Is no danger to health
in using public telephones, For my
psrt, I never thought there was. In
point of fsct. I never thought about it
at all. Life Is too short for all these
I knew a man some years ago who
was haunted by the Idea that some
thing of an unpleasant nature would
some day hspperr .n him. He was co
anxious to Have olT the unknown event
thai had allttot precaution printed,
framed, and hung up In his bedroom.
When he left home he took this or
nament with him. I can't remember
many of the maxims, but here are a
Never ride in a cab. The cushions
am full of germs.
Never eat a tomatoe. You may get
Never eat an oyster. You may get
Never run tor a train. You may die
nf heart disease.
Never smoke. You msy get smok
Never drink milk, You may got eon
Never drink port. You may get gout.
Never oat veal. You may get Itidl
irrstlon. Never walk under a ladder. Some
thing may fall on jou.
Never leave off your thick clothes
until July. You may get pneumonia.
. Never read in bed. You may Injure
That man got pater and pater and
thinner and thinner. In the end his
list of rules literally worried him to
death. The dangers of living were to
numerous that the poor fellow cow
tnitted suicide. Sketch.
The story Is told on a young farmer
of the north side, that he set his alarm
nloek so as to get up early. The youag
man heart! it, although he did not
waken, crawled out oi bed, picked up
the clock and called out, "Hello," two
or threo times. Receiving no response,
hntaidt "Well, if ynu don't want to
answer, go to the devil, I'm going to
d," and slammed tho clock to the
(loor Next morning, when he found
the clock a wreck, he realised he had
mistaken the alarm for the ringing of
the, telephone and that he had tried to
me the cloca for a telephone.
A Ridiculous Affair.
The Martha Aid Society will give a
Rldlculout Social" at the home ofB.
P. Russell, Tuesday evening, Nov. V2,
at Which time the Marthas' "Mono
gram Quilt" will be sold. No one ad
mltted unless dressed In a "ridiculous
.manner." No charges. Everybody
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
rromiaraway rorto Jiico come ro
ports nf a wonderful new discovery that
i- oeueveo win vasuy ueneill tho peo
ple. Ramon T. Marchan, nf Darcelo-
neta, writes "Dr. King's New Dlicov
ery is doing splendid work here. It
cored me about five times of terrible
coughs and eolds, also my brother of a
severe cold In his chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine will yet
be sold in every drug storo in Porto
Itleo," For threat and lung troubles
it has no equal. A trial will convince
you faf its merit. 50c and f l.oa Trial
iwttje free. Guaranteed by Fred 0.
Have You Seen
The New Stock of Furniture tlmt lins just'
arrived nt our store? We now havo ererjr
thing that anyone might need in those goods.
t Wo alao carry a comjkto line
Btver Hiwe. i
Oct. 03. Pretty coelwra4M
Inc. If we remember flak-i)
our first snow about this Hate sstyear.
And will, I suppose, hava awr Jlrrt fire
Sthnf Nov.. this year when
will be "snowed under." Wke
W. E, Bhtpard has erected n WW
bstn. Mr, Ilarrinjrer done. I hv work.' .
Wo have a new tchool house la tfea
Cleave Hall, from Homestead, 01-,
began a threo months school at HasW
Hollow school house Monday. District
No. I0O is itlll without teheel. 'WUea
Gortren wat to have taught It bt vmv
Ing to severe lllneit the eetfeel k-M at
began yet and we are tM tbat Urn
engagement has been eaneeHed. ' If x
do not know who we will have M'a
teacher but hope somee majr. la
The ladlos or the Mothers' CMi met
last Thursday with Mrt. O. O.lMdla.
They will meet with Mrt. Whitlow tfcfs
C. O. Rldlon is quite pWiy !.
They are thlnklog of leaving the frm
and locating at Forgsn on aeeottnt of
his failing health We wish tkemtac
cess wherever they go.
Mr. and Mrt. It D Thotras went t
Shattuck last Wednesday and did act
return until Sunday.
Mr. Leg, from Ivaahae, hj lfr
running a freight wagon tkrevgh mt
neighborhood peddling pravteWtM ad
buying eggs, chickens and) predast far
their Ivanhoe ttore,
Since we began wrlgllng ever lt.'
ings this a. m, wa have been blttsesi
with a ra!n that will be baled with jV
by the wheat growers and fr4tMfa
aa thu dusty roads hare beaaaee. alwmt
Allen Kllpatrfek it aavla ft ws4lt
pat down. .
Mllo Williams had the mWwtsHH.'
to lose a horse at Forget est day last
week from eating too maafe wheat.
If thlt rain contmutt leag at Mm
rate It Is falling It will give the sfcresV
era a few day of much needed resti '
Mr. and Mrt. Roy Cole wade (hair
first trip over to mother's with the MfW
II. M. Oldaker has told hit farm s4
Intends going to New Moxieo tab) fall
or in the spring. Charley OrlewaJd
was the purchasor,
R. D. Thomas hat gone to Hlgetat
with wheat for 0. 0. Rtdloo.
TK4 Golden tchool la aragresslag
nicely under the management of Mhw
T, 0 Black has gone oa a vWt to bk
parents at Clay Center, Kaaaa? - Ja
expects to be gone for two t three
weeks. He will prove up Me Wm
upon his return and then more t Mis
souri to live.
W. J. Black.
Agent for 0. Wifght Brat., if Chl
cigo, III. Those wishing a fair
for their bmomcorn will do wsll.ta '.
me Moio selling. T '
At Forgan Trading Company' ' .
117 1131 3w Forgan, Ofcta.
Presbyterian Church. '
Sunday School at 10 a. in,
Preaching at II o'clock a, m.
Preaching at 8:00 p.m.
Ciias. B. Lxcria, Pastor.
Will 0. Fieldt hat plenty of meaey "
to loan on farms. Offlca In Muaeell
buUding. -11 tf.
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