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MONTGOMERY, WAR.D . CO.
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Are IIOOUHIK mo mulls ii -'"'' " ""-""M "" '!' i it much unnv u uuiii.
tisc for sale, and the prices they quote. Compare their circulars with these goods and soo if it Is The wise men from the East
The lowing herd and bloating sheep
Arise in wonderment from ilepp.
The mllkwhlte chargers from the wild,
To man unknown, they halt and neigh
A welcome to the starlit way
That leadot' to the Christmas child.
The down began to break
An heavenly halo over all
On tea and land
That Christmas mom.
All nature seemed to wake
From some scrnpblc thrall.
When ChrWt was born
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not correct. Added to the prices Montgomery, warn x vo. quow, wvy nuj . mu uiimb iHi
Is Bivcn on allitcms; leurn just what zone you are In and include with your order tub amount
NECESSARY TO PREPAY CHARGES."
I am advcrtlsinp a special sale also. It commences January 18th, and closes February 1st.
I am advertising the samo goods Montgomery, Ward advertise, at the same prices they advertise,
and you don't have to "include in your order the amount necessary to prepay charges." The goods
are right here whore you can see what you are getting.
From Montgomery, Ward Kl Co.'s Circular.
Combination Hot Water Bottle.
Huck Towel .
Crash Toweling. .. . ..
Apron Check Ginghams
Damask Table Cloth
Metaline Silks, SI W values
Men'. Work Shirts
Women's Chamnlsotte Glows, 7ro values
0 Pairs Children's Heavy Ribbed Heu .
1 doz. $1 00
. 1 doz .0J
10 yds. 87
10 yds. 67
per yd. .73
10 yds. 70
per yd. 1 00
0 Cakes Shaving Soap
Itubbcrset Shaving Hruihel
Pure Castor Oil, 1 Pound Bottle 35
Puro Glycerine. 1 Pound Hottle 31
Vi PntiniU nlniiluir Saltn .34
23 Pounds Epsom Suits .'"fl
25 Pounds Sulphur OS
25 Pounds Copperas . .... 31
Freight added from Kansas City on lat four Item.
Goods Montgomery-Ward don't quote, but to be had at my Sale at prices not duplicated in Kansas City orelscwheie:
All $1 20 Dress Goods .
All 603 to 75c Drees Goods.
All 25c and 35c Dress Goods
All 15c to 2.5c Dress Goods.
All 10c Dress Ginghams
SPECIAL SILK SALE.
Messaline Silks, All Shades, M 00 values.
Mesiallno Silks, All Shades, tl CO values ...
Sueslne Silks, All Shades
Silk Waist Pattorns, U. 00 values
811k Waist Patterns, SI 50 values
."Ilk Waist Patterns, ." 00 values. . ..
Bilk Waist Patterns, $0.00 values
Women's $5 00 Skirt
Women's 10 00 Skirls
Women's i 8. 00 Skirt
Women's $8 50 Skirts,
Children's Cloaks, $1 50 valuo . .
Children's Cloaks, $5.00 values ...
Children's Cloaks, $8 00 values. . .. ..
811k Petticoats, 13 50 valuo
8atlno Petticoats, U 50 values ....
8atlno Petticoats. 2 00 value
Women's Night Robes, $1 25 values
Men's Night Robes, $1 50 values
Children's Pajamas ....
All 12o Dress Ginghams 10 cents
All 15c Dress Olnghams 12,4'cts.
Special values In Outings, 6c, 7c, 8c and 0c,
worth up to 15 cents
Special Lot of Unbleached Muslins Oc and 7c yard,
Needles, per Pkg 3cents
5cent Writing Tablets 3 centf
10 cent Writing Tablets Ocpnts
Handkorchlefs .' 2 cents
PostOards 1 cent
Shoo Strings 1 cent
... . 3 cents
, .. . lOconts
Envelopes, per Box
Scarfs. Regular 50o Goods
Special Lot of Ribbons, all widths
SPECIAL SALE OF HOSIERY.
An entire lino of salesmen's sample Hosiery on sale,
embracing Cotton. Wool nnd Silk Goods Theso goods
were bought at a Inrgaln, bought so low and marked so
low that I will givo One Dollar per Pair for every pair
that will be found marked one cent higher than the nbso
late wholesale price these goods cost the retail merchants.
Who knew the portents of the stars,
Beheld the one that shown
To them so brightly in the iky,
And by the llectest
Camel, steed or chariot cars,
God led by routes unknown,
They very seemed to fly
In order to adore the Babe or Beth
lehem, Ring forth y chiming Christmas bells ;
Peal forth your notes from brazen
And let your music fill the air;
Send forth glad tidings everywhere,
Rhyming, chiming; welling, telling;
The world with gladness and good
Kokomo, Ind., Dispatch.
Those Pemna Testimonials
How Are They Obtained?
Notice For Publication.
Defirtraent ol tti Interior, United States
Land Ot)ic at WocdwarJ, Okie... Jan. 2, 1913.
Notice. I lurch? K'.rcn that Clmrlei n.Wscs.
ot ElmwooJ. OUnhoma, who on Februarr 2Mb
1H6, made II.E. N'o. 301)4-012119 for the N H
section II, township 'J north ut range 24 K.C.M.
litis filed notice of Intention to mako Final Five
Year Proof, to establish claim to the land
abqe described, before Thomas P. Uraldwood
U. S. Commlxloner, at his. nttlce nt Dearer.
Oklahoma, on the 21st da? ot February, 1913.
Claimant name aa witnesses :
(Ulbert M. Jacobs, J, A, Bridges, C. J. nieberi
and Albert Jacobs, nil ot Klmwood, Oklahoma.
220 Oro. D. Orkkr, Register
Jir n, rrent may
mnny years 1 1 cine,
hao bei cath
r-s to the effects
of Peruna when
taken for ca
ments. I .have
on hand thous
ands of unsolic
from people In
all stations of
life, 'who claim
that after many
years futile at
tempt to rid
themselves o t
S. B. HARTMAN, M, D. chronic catarrh
by various forms
of treatment they have found
complete relief by the tire of Pe
runa. These testimonials hae com to
mo iinrequested, unsolicited, unreward
ed In any way, directly or Indirectly
Thsy hate pimply been gleaned from
my private correspondence with pa
tients that hae been morn or 1cm
under my treatment or taking my
No remedy, official or unofficial, has
a greater accredited basis for the
claims we make for It than Peruna as
a remedy for catarrh.
I have nex-er been opposed nt any
time to the regulations offered by the
Pure Food and Drugs Act. I an not
now opposed to Its pro lislons, but tm
opposed to the proposed nmcndi ta
to glvo to a partisan board of p 1
clans the unqualified authority tc e
cldo as to all therapeutic claims w itch
be made for a proprietary medl
Itts manifestly unjust to rsfer
such questions to a body of men who
are already convinced of the worthless
ness of proprietary medicines. To glv
such a body of men the unlimited
authority to decide whether our claim
for Peruna nro valid or not is a mani
fest violation of my constitutional
My claims are bued both on cred
itable theoretical grounds and upon Ir
refutable statistics. But I am quits
willing to have, our claims aa to the
composition of Peruna properly nnrl
thoroughly Investigated, and If found
to be false a proper penalty should bs
feed. Or If I am making any state
ments concerning disease, ns to the
nature, symptoms or danger of any dis
ease, If I am making any such state
ments as to unnecessarily frighten th
people by falsei assumptions, I am will
ing to submit to any unbiased tribunal
Mrs. Alice Hogle,03 Clinton St.. Clr
clevllle. Ohio, writes- "I want to In
form you what Peruna has done for
me. I have ben afflicted with catarrh
for several years. I have tried different
medicines and none seemed to do mm
any good until I used Pruna. I hrs
taken sU bottles and can praise It vswy
highly for the good It has done me. I
also find It of great benefit to my
children." PERUNA IP FOJl BAUC
AT ALL. DRUG STORES.
SPECIATj NOTICE Msny prsniH
are making Inquiries for the o!4
time Peruns- To such wmiM say.
this formula Is now nut out under thf
name of KA-TAR-NO, manufactured
m Anri fhftv will be)
pleased to send you a free bookie, ,
ny ka-tak-no comcanv.
Ohio. Write them and they will
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
1500 Pairs Men's Womon's and Children's Hosiery enters Into this Sale This Lot embraces several lines of
Salesmen's Samples, bought ntn bargain, and sold accordingly, You will llnd these goods priced as low and loner
than the absolute wholesale price retail merchants pay fur thu good of which these are samples. You will find any
thing you want In Cotton, Wool and Silk Hosiery, Dlack, White and colors, Men's Women's and Children's It em
braces Children's 15c Hose, all sizes, fort) cents; Men's and Women's 15o Hose at 10 and llconts; Men's and Women's
25a Hose at 10. 17 and 18 cents: 50o Hosunt3i). 37 and 38 cents llettor come early and make vour selections from
these extraordinary bargains.
From my entiro lino of Shoes I nm selecting every pair from every Btylo and lot number that Is not being re
plenished In my Spring orders, and these goods will bo marked nt greatly reduced prices In addition, evory pair of
blioci In stock that have remained on my shelves one year, will bo sacrificed regardless of cost.
The prices nro too varied to tjuoto It's Impossible to describe thu Shoo Uargalns; tho best test is to seo the
ponds themselves; and there will be sulllclent clerks in tho store nt all times to show you tho goods If you desire to
save monoy on your needs for the next six months, this sain Is your opportunity
IFIEID C TS.C""2T, Beaver, OUsleu.
Notlco for Publication.
Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Woudward, Oklahoma, Jan, 3, 1913.
Notlnls hereby Kb en (hat Vlclor n. Fry.
nt IleuTer, Oklahoma, nho on June 21st, IIM
mado II.K. No :OloS-01SMiJ for the NK. ace
tion 19, township j north of range 24 E.C.M
Hai filed notice of Intention to mako Final
Fite Year Proof, to ostablUh claim to the
land aljora described before Thomaj P. Urald
wood, U. S. Commlaslener, at bis office In Ilea
Tar, Oklahoma, on tho 2ttb day of Februar)
Claimant names as witnesses!
W. E. Fuuate and Qeorga Webb, o Beaver
Okla,, deorue P. Brown and John Miller, ot
2-20 Geo. D. OnNEn, Reglttcr.
In the Uultexl States District Court
In and for
The Western District of Oklahoma
In the Mattnrot
D. W. PI bit ATI1
To the Creditors of said Bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on tho 23th day
ot January, 1913, nt 4.30 o'clock p. m there
will be, a nicotine of the creditor! of the above
uaraed ba-ikruptnt the otllco ot the Central
Hotel at Woodward, In sal 1 district, to hold
first meeting of creditors, eluct a trustoe, exam
ine tho bankrupt, nnd to transact such other
business as mny properly corns before such
Dated January f 1913,
HUNK ft. BUUKORD,
Mt lw lleforeo In Bankruptcy.
All Trimmed Hats at Half Off Regular Prices.
Sweaters, One-Fourth Oft Regular Price.
Underwear, Stocking Caps, Golf Gloves and Wool Mitts,
All at Greatly Reduced Prices.
You will find BARGAINS all over my Store.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson.
BEAVER IV KiVEI&.
J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.
Our house Is ono of the BEST In town and first class in every respect
Tables supplied with the best the market affords nnd rates very reasonable
Every courtesy extended.
Aorgan Asks Huge Fund For
Washington, Jan, 11. An appropria
tion of $11,707,09(5 to rquallxn the grant
of lauds to tho statu of Oklahoma fur
common schools and other purpoi-cs. is
naked in n bill introduced in thu house
Saturday by Hepresontntho Morgan of
Oklahoma. Much of tho proposed ap
propriation would bu tisid to compel!
sate the people of Oklahoma for the
loss in Its public school Tund brought
about, according to Itepresentntlve
Morgan, by the refusal of congress tn
grant to Oklnhoma when that territory
was admitted as u stato the laud thou
known as Indian Territory An appro
jirlatlon of 1 5,000,000 was inadu to I lie
statu in lieu of granting the Innd
Representative Morgan says the appro
priation was not a fair recompeitte to
tho people becauso the ItKiian territory
land was not taxable.
Hitchcock the First to Send
Washington, Jan. 1 As tho clocks
ticked off the llrst seconds of 1013,
Postmaster General Hitchcock inaugu
rated a new era in tho merican postal
service by deporting in tho Washing
ton poitolllce the first package to be
entrusted to the domestic- parcel post
service. The strokes of tho last hour
of 101J wero dying nw ay when thu post
master general stepped up to tho win
dow under tho newly painted inscrip
tion "Parcels Post" packages, and
handed in tho ofllclal "first package "
At the samo moment the parcels post
service was opened for business in ev
ery postofflco in the United States that
was open at that hour.
Postmaster General Hichcock said
the package contained a silver loving
cup enclosed In a stout box. The pack
age was addressed to E M. Morgan,
postmaster of tlio City of New York,
and after it has made Its Journey to
New York It will bo sent back to Wash
ington to bo engraved and preserved
In the National Museum to commemo
rate the Inauguration of thu parcels
post service. The postmaster genoral
paid for 27 cents worth of stamps afllx
ed to the packngo which weighed about
two pounds Of this, 17 cents was for
regular postago and 10 cents for ''in
surance," or registration. In the reg
ular courso of tho malls tho packnge
would bu placed on board tho train
leaving Washington at 2:43 a, in.
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(The following beautiful utnry in
verso of the birth of tho Christ-Man
was written For tho Dispatch by Hen
ry (1 Fellow, a contributor to this
newspaper in the years long gone.
Its publication on the Christmas day
was rendered impractical because of
the ruh of mttter at that time and
tho holiday given the olllce force. Mr
Fellow, who Is dot s resident of Hea
ver county, Oklahoma, is, witli Mrs.
Fellow, visiting his brother, J. J. Fel
low, in Union township.)
Hark I The bells; sheep herders' bells,
Tinkling o'er tho moonlit downs,
And o'er Judea's rugged cliffs
Tho herder's horn announces morn.
From stormy lea from lake to sea,
And from tho fold they wandered forth
List! an heavenly chorm come,
Clothed in gossamor gowns of light,
Chanting symphonies that thrill
The gazing shepherds of the hills,
And drowsy fishermen In skiffs,
That cause them, half asleep, to staro
High starward at a golden stair,
That drops Its landing at their feet,
And bids them wake, ariio nnd greet
Angelic hosts that float adown
With folded wings and harps atuno
To some seraphio rythmic rune,
"Glory to God In tho highest;
Peace on earth, good will to men "
Above tho rock-hewn sleepy town
Behold tho star from spaco afar
Approach to deck tho diadem
Of night; rare jewol from Pegaisuscar
Triumphant, portent wandorcr,
Flung forth to mark thu mystlo shrine,
Wherocame to earth tha Christ Divine.
The watchmen stagger at thu gates
Affrighted that they arc ajar.
The snarling scavengers astreet
llenuw their melancholy bay
To tho new wrought harbingers of day,
Tho drowsy dromedaries moan
Beneath their loads ot wood and stlt,
Or weavemunts from tho far Cathay .
Notlco of Sale of Ileal Estate.
In tho Matter ot the Estate ot
It. A. Smith, Deceased,
Notlco Is hereby siren In pursuance ot nn or
dor of the County Court of the County of Ilea
Tir, Stato ot Oklahoma, made on the ?thda) ol
December, 1912, the undersigned. U. D. bmlth,
Administrator ot the Estate, ot It. x Smith, De
ceased, 111 sell at public Sale to tho highest
bidder, subject to confirmation bj said Conrt,
on Monday, the 21th day ot February, A. D, I13.
at 2 o'clock p.m., nt the Court House in Dea
rer, Ohlnhomit, all the right, title and interest
ot sal J It, A. Smith, Deceased, In and to the
following described heal Estate, situate In
nearer County, State ot Oklahoma, to-wltt
Lots 8 nnd V In Mock 93;
Lot 4 In Itlock ,9;
In tho Village of lloarer, Oklahoma :
And the South i ot the NW ot Sections
Totsnshlp 4 N. of Ratige 23, and
The South 'i of the ST. y of Section 8, Town,
ship 4 N. of Uatize 23. E. C. M containing
Said Real EU.1U will bo sold on the following
terms and conditions, to-wlti For Cash.
nidi tor the purchase thereof must be made
in writing. i.nd must bo filed In tho Count)
Court, or delivered to the undersigned at Bea
Dated the 23th day of December, 1912.
O, D. SMITH,
t-IC 2-8 4w Administrator,
uy The Best?
We have the Best in Flour,
Feed, Notions and a full line of
Fancy acrid Staple
And yoi caa get it from
us for Less Money than you
pa.y others for inferior goods.
J. O. MILES, Beaver, Okla.
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Call at Robertson's Millinery Store
for Dutteriek patterns. tf
Tito Liboral Uarduaro Co is now
located on the South SIdo.
10-3 t( Titos. W. Gaw.
If you aro thinking of making a farm
loan, seo OARSON. 10-31 tf
Quick Money, Kasy Terms. Apply to
John W. Savage, Just across the
'"bridgo"' for your farm loans.
Wt want your business. Come in
and gt irquainted with OARSON,
TlIi:i.ON MAN. I0 3ltf
Will U. Kiclds has plenty of money
tf loan nn farms. Olllce in Munsell
building. .11 tf
Tho Liberal Hardware Co. is now
located on thu South SIdo.
10-3 tf Tiios. W, Gaw.
Money to loan on farms. See John
W. Savago, first building cast of tho
Fresh Jorscy Cow.
W. F. OARSON,
Graphophoncs and Records for until
at Reaver Ud. & Furn. Store. Rec
ords fit any graphophono Using a dlsa
Monty paid when papers nre signed,
if you get your farm loan of OARSON,
THU LOAN MAN. 10-31 tf
Loans and Insurance, I have what
you want John W. Svaco. llrst build
lug east of Onur House.
If you want Insurance, or a loan on
your farm, call on or wrlto Will G.
Fields. 4-11 tf
If you want a farm loan, ! interest
and no commission, eeo Walter O.
VtuiER, I5eaver S-S tf
SALESMEN 'iVANTED-To look nf
tor our intorest in Beaver and adjacent
counties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress THE II ARVEV OILCOMPANY,
Cleveland, Ohio. 1.0 1-10 2w
Farm For Sale.
t A flno farm, 7 miles southeast of
Denver, Oklahoma ; 100 acres in culti
vation; good water; only 1 mile from
school. For particulars writo
F. L. THOMAS.
Oaro Kickapoo Training School,
12-20 1-10 Ilorton, Kansas.
I or many years i was irouDiea, in
snito of all so-called remedies Insert.
At last I found quick relief and cure
In thoso mild, yet thorough and
AdoJph Bchingeck, Buffalo, N.Y.
JUHEN1S PER BOTTLE T ALL DRUGGISTS.