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ovember 25th, to November 50th 0loNLYek
As ft SPECIAL INDUCEMENT
during our Demonstration Week On
ly, with every MAJESTIC RANGE
Hold (prices always the same) we will
Kive PKEE one handsome j-et of ware
ns illustrated here. Every piece of
this ware is the best cf its kind. Not
n piece that is not needed In erery
kitchen. It cannot possibly be
bought for less than Si 00. Thin
ware is on exhibition at our store.
DON'T PAIL TO SEE IT.
All during Sale Woek a Special
Demonstrator, direct from the MA
JESTIC Factory will bo glad to sho
you All About Ranges SHOW YOU
why the MAJESTIC is the best range
en Earth at any price.
Come if You Intend to Buy or Not
Education lies in knowing things.
KNOW WHY the oven of a rang . is
heated KNOW HOW the water is
heated HOW the top is heated
WHY the MAJESTIC uses so little
fuel KNOW how a range is mide,
inside and outside. This education
may serve you in tin future. DONT
OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW
THINGS shown by one who KNOWS.
THIS SET OF WARE FREE
4.antiitl-B iii.ujj lU""'""!! !"""".! $&33r?3lS2Jii
rttnvY-Tnwrea-iTOti-mn3BLCiZEft- iSi ,,! ' V K. TlSSOl mK.RbiwiKnN5?
WETTLC:ISOZ-nLL-WPPPJ-TEn-KETTLE- M MSdMM V' WPllPW "'SlKpSs-
wcz-na copper . Bar-a,! V g A) r cnn-ni5D.BE-
WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Do you intend to continue laboring, burning val
uable fuel and destroying high-priced food with that
old worn out cook stoe? You know that old stove
eats up a lot of fuel each year. You know you have
trouble in getting it to bake just right, in fact spoil a
batch of bread every once in awhile. You know it
costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and
think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a good
Range a Range with a reputation
The Great MAJESTIC Malleable
and Charcoal Iron Range?
You make no mistake in buying the GREAT
MAJESTIC it's the range with the reputation ask
your neighbors. Then too, it's made just right and
of the right kind of material MALLEABLE AND
CHARCOAL IRON riveted together practically
air-tight lined with pure asbestos board parts be
ing malleable, can't break has a movable reservoir
and an oven that wont warp that's why the MAJES
TIC uses so little fuel, bakes just right every day in
the year, (browns bread just right all over without
turning), heats 15 gallons of water while breakfast Is
cooking properly handled lilsts a lifetime, and costs
practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range
you expect to last a lifetime "sight unseen;" you'll
be sure to be disappointed. Come to our store dur
ing Demonstration Week, see the GREAT MAJES
TIC have it's many exclusive features explained
find out why the MAJESTIC Is 300 per cent strong
er than other ranges whore most ranges are weakest.
Don't Overlook the Date. This is a Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors.
HOT BISCUITS AND COFFEE SERVED ALL WEEK FREE.
HAR-R.Y D. TR.UAX, - - Forgan, Okla.
33a,3s:er37" surxcl. ZEBestauursuaaLi;
E. W. NEFF, Proprietor.
OA.TSTDY, CI OAKS, FRUIT,
Bread, J Pies 0 Coolties and r) CakesK-
Chili and Short Orders at All Hours.
REGULAR M2ALS 25 Cents
The Best Place in Town lo Get a Good Square Alcal.
-F REE ?-
The Beaver Herald FREE
We have made arrangements with E. C. Ripple, or Madison,
Oklahoma, to look after our Subscription List during the winter
months. Mr. Ripple has a proposition to nuke to everybody, and
ho ABSOLUTELY gives tho HKUALD FREE FOR ONE YEAR
to each subscriber. He also has other niru premiums to olTer for
renewals. Call on or wrltt him for hia splendid offer.
J. W. STEFFEN, 'High S Auctioneer
GENERAL SALES AND LIVE STOCK
I respectfully solicit your business and will guaran
tee to please and satisfy yon.
For Dales and Terms, Write me, or Phone No. 61
at My Expense. UK0A1P, OKLA.
We Can Collect your Notes and Accounts.
GET YOUR BLANKS AT THE
Kansas Women Jubilant.
Notwithstanding tlio argument pre
bo n ted liy some Mint women do not
euro for the right of suffrage yet, the
women of Kansas, who have jtiit been
grunted that privilege, nrt jubilant
ami am holding nil sorts of ratifica
tion rathe mid jollifications on ac
count of their victory. At one place
they celebrated with a big bonfire, in
which they burned their bonnets. Oh,
no, tliu women don't want to vote!
The Herald olllco has been under
going Donio remodeling this week mak
ing room for the gasoline, engine which
we are installing. Then, too, with a
Democratic government staring us in
the face, for four years we feel that we
must have room to WORK, for, if the
Cleveland hard times strlko us we'll
have plenty of that said manual labor
to perform to keep the wolf from the
Is you husband cross? An irritable,
fault limling disposition is often due to
a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
iialured. A great many havo been per
manently cured of stomach trouble I)
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
salu by all dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. L, II. llattcrson of
Lawrence, Kansas, are, visiting the
latter's parents, J. V. Hale and family,
who reside south of Denver.
Notice for Publication.
Statu of Oklahoma, Deliver County,
In the District Court of Said County.
Charles T. Jjeaver, Plaintiff,
Anthony F. Grciniriuger, Lindsay L.
Long, J. W. McGregor and School
District No. 80, of Weaver County,
Mate, uf Oklahoma:
Sulil Defendant. J. V. McGregor,
wiil take notice that he has been sued
in the nbovo named Court for a judg
ment ugainsl tho Defendant, Anthony
F. Grlmmlnger, for$Sa.73, and, Inter,
est at 10 per cent from Ootobe'f lfitli,
1011, together with $30.00 attorney fee,
and for further judgment foreclosing
the lien ot the Plaintiff upon tho fol
lowing properly, to-wit: The North
east Quarter of Section 11, Township;),
Range SI K, C. M,. and foi ever barring
slid Defendants from uny lien, estate,
Interest or title thereto, and that said
mortgaged premises be sold by an or
der of the Court to satisfy said judg
ment and other relief, nnd must answer
th petition lllcd therein by said plain
tiff on or before tln 2d dny of Janua
ry, 1013, or said petition will bo taken
ns true, and a judgment for Plaintiff
in said action for $83.73, with Interest
at 10 per cent from October 10th, 1011,
and a farther judgment of foreclosure
ns aforesaid will bo rendered accord-'
(Attest:) O. F. Rriktt,
Clerk of said Court.
Clai'de T. Smith.
Attorney for 1'IttT. 11-21 12 'i 3w
Notice of Publication.
SttUo ot OU&Uo na,
M.irluii O. LnnWoril, Plslr.lifT,
tin" DUtrlct Conrt
William J. I.nnkforJ, RofenJent.
FnM ilrtt-mlant. William J. LanklorJ, vill
tnko notlc that lie 1ml beun uel In tlio nlioro
named court for n decreo divorcing plnlntirt
from mid defendant and mut nwor the pe
tition nil therein liy (aid plnlntllt On or before
tho 2nd day of January, 11)13, or mll petition
will h' taken ns true, and a Judgment for Snid
plnlntld In iiald action for ndlrorco m n fore
laid nil) be rendered sccordlnidy.
Attest! O. F. rjiUETT.
seal Clerk ot Said Court.
Clamln T. Smith, Attornoy for I'latntUI.
11-2I 12-5 Sw
Notice of Sale of Heal Estate Admin
istrator. In the Matter of the citato of N'ancy tiroOi :
Notice U hereby clen In )iiriiance of mi
older of tho County Court oft he County of
lloner. State ot Oklahoma, made on the 26th
day o! October, fill, tho undertlsiipd Admin
istrator of tho etnte of Nancy (!roh ill Hell
at private salo to the hlchett bldJcr ililiject
to centlrlnnlloti liy in Id Court on Monday,
the 23rd day of December, A. I)., 191!, at 2:00
o'clock p, in., nt Ileal er, lleuver county, Ok
lahoma, nil the rlflit, title and lutert of
(.Id Nancy (Iroili in nnd to tho follow In?
dou'ribed ral otnto In IIraer county, Statu
Of OUIahomu, to.wltt The South Eat Quar
tcrof the North Weit Qunrter and tho V.ixtl
Half of the North Halt Quarter nnd tho
South Weit Quarter of tho North Knit Qu tr
ier of Section 23, Totwiihlpl, North of llauc
26, K C. M. Said real citato will ho old on
tho follow luit terms nnd condition!, tow It:
Tor cash lu hnnd to bo paid.
Illdifortha purchmo thereof mint be in
n I lllier and mint bo filed lu the county
couit or delivered to the uudcrtlgncd nt
!!caor. Uerncr county, Oklahoma, by pre
acntatloii to Walter U, Frnicr, Aecnt.
Duleuthe 20th day of No ember, 1012.
Ci.audk T. Smith. J. II. Caui'iiem,,
J Attorney. Aduilulttrntor.
Il-a1 12-12 Iw
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Kico come, re
ports of a wonderful newdiscovory that
Is believed wll vastly benelit the peo
ple. Hamon T, Marchan, of Ilarcelo
neta, writes "Dr. King's New Discov
ery is doing splendid work here. It
curtd mo about llvn times of terrible
coughs and eolds, also my brother of a
severe cold in Ills chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
Wb liopo this great medicine, will yet
be sold in every drug store in l'orto
Uico," For threat and lung troubles
it has no equal. A trial will convince
vou of its merit, DOo and fl.OO. Trial
hotilo free. Guaranteed by Fred C.
W. J. Black.
Agent for C. Wright Bros , of Chi
cago, III Those wishing n fair pricu
for their broomcoru will do well to seo
mo before selling.
At Fcrgan Trading Company.
II." 11-21 3w Forgan, Okla.
BEAVER 1 M$EI&.
J. Vi. THOMPSON, Prop.
Our houso is one of tlio BEST in town nnd first class in every respet t
Tables supplied with the beat the market affords nnd rates very reasonable
Every courtesy extended.
THOS. L. HIGGINBOTHAM, M. D. f
I Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. I
LIBERAL, KANSAS. f
llva,:k:e 2rian.a,l Proof I
I THOS. P. BRAIDWOOD,
g U. S. Commissioner
Careful Attention Given all Applications for
Coal - Cement
PAUL W. LIGHT & COMPANY,
Liberal, Kas. - Forgan, Okla.
A Square Deal and the Right Price.