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tub Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS;-- Publisher.
PUIIMSHKI) EVEKY THURSDAY,
T. lUre t tbe pottofllw at HwiTrr, OM.liomn,
lecoml f)iM innll m.ltor.
Advertising rates made known unon
application. Pries reasonable.
Subscription Price. $1.00 n venr
Co Treasurer t
Clurk of Dltt. Court
Clerk of Co. Court
Reg. of Deeds
Com. 1st Dlit.
Com. 2d Diit. A
Com. 3d Dltt.
Geo. II. Wright.
Geo. II. Ilealy.
Jnlm K. Swaim.
0. K. Pruelt.
J. M. June.
C C. DoGrnw.
II. M IJullck.
It. Hagan, Ivanhne.
A Haitkell, El in wood.
Tfio. Mcl.nln, iJray.
Mr A N. Hone is iiulto sick
' Mr. (). V. ' O'Neal lin been under
tlio weather fur the part week.
I: 0. (tipple went to Shattuck Mon
day. The pnil nook linn been somewhat
stormy, rain, sleet and mow, and the
mercury dropping down a few degrees
caused a few to Irike to the road for
John Wilson, I.. A Matcher i
and Lawrence Hoe are plowing rod
on the school section, and Jim Itarkcr
is running a disc and expects to start
a sod plow eoon.
Jim llarker ar.d Ted Wilson went to
Forgan last week.
C. J. Leisure is building a new
frame houso and joining it to his god
house. Ho is going tn uso his sod house
for a kitchen.
Ottiey Barker vislt-d his brother C
11 Darker one dtiy lat week..
The ad in the The Ileaver Herald last
week has put soveral to guessing about
Lincoln pennies. ,, , j- ,
Mr. PIci Thomas and Mrs. Chamber
lain were united In marriage, last
Talk about a time Just' como to the
Cross Road school house, eight' miles
south, and one milo east of Denver to
the literary every Friday night and
help us out in a dialogue aim sing a
song. There was a good crowd thore
last Friday night and a good program
Mr. Joo Kollcy, who had a rale
a while buck Is going to leave old
A. M. nurnam is preparing to leave
Beaver County, but he will como
The Forty Year Test.
An article nust liau exceptional
merit to urvlvo for a period of forty
years. Chamberlain's Cough Itemed;
wa llrst offered to tho public in 1872.
From a small beginning it has grown
in favor and popularity until it lias at
tained a world wide reputation. You
ill find nothing better for n cough or
cold. Try it and you will understand
why it is a favorite after a period of
more than forty years. It not only
gives relief It cures. For salu by nil
H. D. Wright's family Iibb been on
the sick list tliis week with bad colds
Tlint's the growl we hear now, cough,
ing all tho limes.
James McEiiln has traded his Dulck
for a Iteo. Now ho will go somo if it
don't get out of fix.
Jay II urns took a load of broom corn
to Forgan last week. He got 15 00 per
Miss Pearl Duble lias been quite sick
the last few days.
There- has been u revival meeting at
the Ridgewny school house. Hev
Varnn Meter, of Knowles, preached
some puro Holiness sermons.
Tom Duiisis having a well put down
this week. .
Tho box supper at Kidgeway was a
failure on account of the bud weather.
BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Will Mon
roe a lino girl.
Hev. Dlnns preached his farewell
sermon here last Sunday night.
Joo Huwatt had to take his well cas
ing out and fix fiis well last week,
J. V. McEuiu is on a trado for n
roomina house at Knowlcs. J. W. will
stay In old Deavcr County yet
Chas. Eddy Is occupying
ger placo at present.
Dick, l'osn Echoes
yesterday, a very disagreeable day for
it. John, his brother .Floyd, and we
understand his father, are bound for
Not much news, the scribe is too
uollhouicJ nnd weather to cold to
hunt news. It is snowing at this writ
The Cause of Rheumatism.
Stomach trouble, lary liver and de
ranged kidneys are the causo of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels in healthy condition
by taking Elftric Hitters, and you
will not bo troubled with the pains of
rheumatism. Charles 0. Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvania, Ga., who
suffered Indescribable torture from
rheumatism, liver and stomach trou
ble nnd diseased kidneys, writes: "All
remedies fnilcd until I used Electric
Hitters, but four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me com
pletely " Mayhu your rheumatic
pains como from stomach, liver and
kidney troubles. Electric Ditters will
give you prompt relief 60c and 11.00
Recommended by Fred C. Tracy.
Chamberlain's Tablets for
Fur constipation, Chamberlain's Tab
lets are excellent. Easy to take, mild
nnd gentle in effect. Give them a trial.
For Sale by All Dealers.
Thcrois nothing more discouraging
than a chronlo disorder of the stomach.
Is it not surprising that many suiter for
years with such an ailmcnt'wheuii per
manent cure Is within- their reach mid
may bo had for n trllle? "About onu
year ago," saj a P. II. Deck, of Wake-
lee, Mich, 'I bought u packngo of
Chamberlain's Tablets, nod wince using
them I havu felt perfectly well. 1 had
previously used any number of differ
ent medicines, but none of them wcro
of any lasting bunolit." For sale by nil
Kiowa Flash' Light.
The farmer raises, tho. wheal but .the
speculator gets the dougtt
Bon v. Sunday Fubruary 23, a 11
pound girl to .Mr. and Mrs. 11 On Jtt.
James Williamson was taken 'sud
denly down with the grippe and Dr
JIarkley had to be called in. Wu hopu
to sue Mr. Wllliambon out in a short
A little daughter.. of-Hri, and Mrs.
Oliie Onenl has been having ijulto' a
time with tho grippe,
Robert IUiliinour went to Shattuck
Monday to meet his niece, who has
beon going to school in Southern Tex-,
A. I) McGuIm took nluad uf hugs to'
Blustery weather, prevailed Satur
day and Sunday and madu it disagrue-
able to get about,? ., , Nj, ,
D T. Dullard and A. D McGuiro
were shopping at Madison Friday
Mrs. Hippie left Sunday or New
Dir.n. At Mosquero, New Mexico1
Thursday February 27, John Wesley
Lee, age 85 years, two months and sev
ontcen days. Mr. Lee is? an old time
settler of BeavW county, he having
illed on100acre at-Uja.jUiiuutho. Strip
was tnrown open lor settlement, ins
remains were brought back ,tp Denver
county, and laid to rest bv.tni sjdu uf
his helpmate who wns 'laid to rest n
few years ago at the Lloyd couieter).
The year old dnuuhtur of Mr and
Old Mr. Williams still continues very
poorly. He's been sick qulto n while.
Mr Steiinott's salo was n great suc
cess, notwithstanding tho day not as
pleasant ns could be desired. Things
nil void well.
Thoro ivm thrco deaths of little
children In this neighbourhood in one
icck. A baby of Win. Cates, and we
did not learn the namo of one of them,
and the bnby of Air. and Mrs. Isnao
BORN To Mr and Mrs Ncstors,
February L'Jnd, a line hoy.
Dan Spul I o contemplates making his
sister in Eistorn Oklahoma a visit
Jim Holmes our country photo
grapher Is doing quite a good deal of
work, and his pictures nru goi-d too.
Happy Hollow school cloved
last Frldny, and gave n very nice enter
tainment Saturday n'ght.
. There will bn an entertainment nt
the South Flat school liousu the 11th of
Mrs. Bridshop has purchased the
Strawscr place and Mr. Miller the pre
sent occupant has rented a farm four
miles cast of Shattuck.
Railroad news grows hotter overy
day, ns wo understand they are already
xigiiiiig up for a railroad at LnKenip
Major Gordon was here again Tuesday.
Again the ground is covered
T. E .Harford's sale was Tuesday.
Ho with his wife and baby, departed
Wednesday for Carrollton, Mo., their
father, Jim Harford, taking them to
Shattuck. Tom and his amicable wife
will be missed in this neighborhood.
Mr Detts sale scheduled for theJ7li
was postponed on account of unfavora
ble weather, until March 1.
Rev. and Mrs. 0. E. Dlnns are vixit
ing in the Harmony neighborhood.
The grlppo victims, so far ax we have
learned, are all recovered.
Twin Mounds has n uew business
ilrm, the card reads, ''Henson & Leo,
Real Estate." Success to the new enterprise.
Tho "urpriso party planned for the
Harford's failed to materialize last
Friday night, owing to bad weather.
Mrs. Gumm is playing "bachelor
maid." while Charles visits his sister
at Dentonvllle, Arkansas.
Mr. Wagner has rented his farm nnd
with his wife will soon leave for an ex
tended visit with Mrs Wagner's son
and other relatives in casttrn Oklaho
ma. Alls urace will co to Iter home
nt Junction City, Kansas, at the same
Mrs. Thompson returned home last
Monday, after visiting two weeks with
Mrs. Johnson. ,
Mrs. Graco was ablo to visit her
mothor, Mrs. Buingirtnur one day last
week. Mrs. Grnoc has been very ill
for the past two months, and we are
glad indeed to know she is recovering
A. W. McOlurg drove over to Ivan
lioo last Siturday.
Mr. Swanson sold his farm a few days
ago. Wo have i.ot learnt) J tho gentle
man's name, but uiiderstiud ha hi) n
family, and will move on the farm.
Frionds of Rev G L Hayes will be
glad to know he contemplates return
ing with liis family tn make Deavcr
County his homo. They moved tn
WiutieUI, Kansas, some six years ago
to send their children to college. Their
son Yirgie Is now a sophomore, nnU
Miss Grnco expects to teach school ln
Bcnvor County next year.
Rov Cox closed a threo and half
weeks revivnl meeting at tho Mt.
Vernon school house on Sunday morn
ing, March 2nd. Although there was a
bit of bad weather, ho had a good
Mis Edna Cayler cW'd n six
months term of school at the Garrett
school house on February 28th. Sho
had an entertainment at night.
Sunday school was organized at Mt.
Vernon March 2nd.
Miss .Nettie Oarnhill closed a success
ful five months term of school In the
Senl District on February 28th.
Mrs. C. J. Groves was on tho sick
list the latter part of last week, but
Is better at present.
Joeph Rush and P. R. Johnson
visited to the county seat Saturday.
Are You Constipated?
If so, gel a box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, take them regularly nnd
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will siimulato the liver, linprov
your digestion and get rid of all the
poison from your system. They will
surely gel you well ngaln. 20a nt Frid
Plicht of "No Man's Land "
Look at the map of Oklahoma arid
Put the Load Where It Belongs I
TH f Fyou arc to make the most of your
I time and oDDortunitics. vou must $
2rtar have efficient tools to work with. J
( 'M lin
The Mothers' Pavoritc.
A cough medicine forohildreu should
bo harmless. It should bo pleasant to
take, It should be elTeotunl. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is all of this
mid is the mothers favorite every
where. For sale by all Dealers.
' Hurrah for Mls Thomas, and the
1-Q 1X1 trimming, Now that our Coun
ty Attorney sees tho coast clear t'i
prosecute, v hope no compromise will
be accepted by him any mure. In the
Fanners' Nows of February 13, tho
editor all buUtj ''Let 'em go, it is
less expense.'.' Now, Mr. Smith, that
is not what wo elected you for, to let
them go, but to do your very best to
prosoauto all who violate the law If
you do so, no fttll do our best fo re
elect you, your own successor
Lou Drpwu has another lamo horso.
Wonder why? Some are so unfortu
untu. A brooineorn buyer was out among
I (!. Ho looked like u "poach" to ij.
A"lottor received from I. Stanley of
Arcada, Okla., says since his arrival
there, he has burned more wood trying
to burn stumps than lie ever taw 'in
John Detts was to have had his salo
Best Known C ough Remedy.
For fnrty-.throo years Dr. King's
New Discovery has been known
throughout tho world as the most
reliable cough remedy. Over three
million bottles were used last year,
Isn't this proof? It will get rid of
your cough or we will refund your
money. J. J. Owens, of Allen
dale, S. 0., writes the way hundreds
o( other havu done: 'After twenty
years, I llnd that Dr. King's New Dis
covery is the, best .remedy for coughs
and colds that I have over used." tor
coughs or colds and all throat and
lung troubles, it lias no equal. ftOo
and $1.00 at Fred C Tracy's
Charley Hushes has ordered his mail
Leo Sims has moved to Sophia.
We lenrn that Mrs. Lucy Brown, one
of tho early settlers on the Kiowa,
died Sunday, March 2. Her death had
been expected almost dally for months
Sho was a great sufferer and death
conies ns n relief
MARRIED-At Shattuck, February
2t)th, Frank Jtobison to Miss Inn
Cnss, uf Lambert! and TliomnB E.
Clifford to Miss Georgie Oakley, uf
Spccrmore, Rov. Henthorn ofllciatlng
Wo wish them proporlty and huppiupss.
0. V. IIopsou, rdral carrier, wa sick
Monday, Marlon Hothcock taking his
Best for Skin Diseases.
Nearly every skin diseato yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salro, and nothing Is better
for burns, or l-ruiseaSoothes and
heals John Deye.of Gladwin, Mich,,
says, after suffering twelyo years with
skin aliment nnd spending $100 in
doctors' bills, Uuckleu's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you. Only
25o.( Recommended by Fred 0. Tracy
you will notice a strip reaching from
the main body of Oklahoma clear out
to New Mexico.
Tills strip sepcrates Texas from Kan
sas. Formerly this strip belonged to
no stato at all. Was governed mainly
by laws enacted by the people living
in this miniature republic. Tho people
were an independent nnd brave class
of cattle men who enforced their laws
both written and unwritten by means
of Kangaroo Courts,' any man who
dared to transgress their code of
honor either was shown up a rope or
down the muzzle of a Colts and
Instructed to travel for his health and
for the henlth cf the community, and
Later this territory was organized
into a cuunty and named Ileaver
County and added to Oklahoma
Later on Oklahoma was admitted as m
stato and nt that time it was cut Into
threo counties, Cimarron, Texas and
Denver. As soon as s'atehood begun I
our taxes were Increased to an enorm
And we find that a great r&rt of tin
state is .owned by Indians nnd hall
breed Neguies who own allotment?
and pay no taxes at all, thus throwing
the entire, burden of tnx on the white
inhabitants or the state and mainly on
the western rounties, simply because
they are white. And to cap It nil ofl
in irod shnp the crnzy laws of Okla
homa forbids the construction nnd
operation of railroads except and un
less in compliance with laws that
makes railroads unprofitable nnd the
same set of laws makes money loaning
and the Investment of capital unpro
fitable and drives money and enter
prise from tho stute; men who have
ready chbIi deposit In banks out of the
stnte to avoid tuiek to tho detriment
of our banks and business men.
Now let us see what this means.
1st. The Panama Canal will soon be
finished and no railroads can build
iro'm southern ports to tho northern
states without being blocked by
2nd. Northern railroads can't teach
tho Gulf for the same reason.
3rd. And if they should build a few
trunk lines across the statu they
would not be apt to build any more
side lines nnd feeders than, they could
Now what are wo going to do about
Tho only remedy we seo to avoid
this merciless tax and get our share of
roads is to get loosu from Oklahoma
and Join "No Alan's Land" to Tcxus
Dusiness men will you pleaeo start the
thing? And got the various news
papers of "No Man's Land" to keep il
going? W. W. Babckb.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Ciienkv A Co., Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known F,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be.
liuvo him perfectly hoiwabto In all
uusincss transactions and linaiicially
ablo to carry out uny obligations made
by his Ilrm.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, actitij dlr-ctly upon tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces uf thu system
Testimonials sent freo. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Tnko Hall's Family Pills for oonstl-pation.
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UltlJAT NOUTIU:UN 8KKI) CO.
717Koo8t. Ilockftml, llllnoli
; F,you are to make the most of your
time and opportunities, you must
have efficient tools to work with.
You have enough hard, tiresome
work without wasting your time and
energy at wood-sawing, water-pumping, grindstone-turning
and the like. Use an I H C en
gine to furnish power for such work. In less
time, and with far less effort, the wood is sawed,
the stock watered, the tools sharpened, all at
one-tenth the expense of hand work. Put tho
load where it belongs. Buy and use an
I H C Oil and Gas Engine
It is the cheapest engine you can buy because
it costs less per year of service than others.
It is so powerful that it will carry a load ten
per cent or more above its rated horse power.
Perfect combustion makes it economical.
I H C oil and gas engines operate on gas,
gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate, alcohol. t$
Sizes are 1 to 50-horse power. They are built $
in every approved style; vertical, horizontal,
portable, stationary, skidded, air-cooled, and
water-cooled. Sawing, pumping, spraying out- f m
fits, etc. I II C oil tractors for plowing, thresh-
ing, etc., 12 to 60-horse power. $
See this engine at the IHC local dealer's j
place of business and learn what it will do for f
you. Or write for catalogues. f
International Harvester Company of America
J. W. WEBB, rretldent
JAMES BAKE, ViceFieddsnt
The BANK OP BEAVER CITY
Capital $10, 000 Surplus X,500
Undivided Profits $3,497. 64
Phono Bank No. 1 Retldonco No, SI
F. 0. Tracy,
J. W. Webb,
S. A. Laughrln,
Every Courtesy Extended
SEEING IS BELIEVING
Believing that the Best is the
Cheapest, we are always striv
ing to get Better Goods at a
Our "Thistle Blend" finamelwnrc; Our
'Sheridan" and ''Insurance" Stoves; Shcrwin
Williams Faints and "Diamond Gdge" Cutlery
are exclusive lines not found any place in
Beaver County but at our store.
Caskets and Undertaking Goods
Beaver Hdwe. & Furn. Co.
WESTERN OKLAHOMA .
We Can Collect your Notes and Accounts.