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That Looks Good
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Stock that is Good
TH ATS THE IDEA
,Tlinl makes Tin- Herald llio
most iioiiilnr prlnl-sliup In
Heav.-r county. Make uh prote
it with your next JOB nil Will
"Study to Please"
A. T. Hodlo lias purchased an Kdln
HnaiticRS I'lionograph and now lias it in
operation in liis ofllco. It practically
does away with the Btuiiuf'rnphcr. ah
Ilia letters ara nil talked into n wax'
cylinder and written on the typewriter
at your leiaurc. One of IIichu cylin
ders will hold lO0 words and when
nued can bo shaved and used over and
over again a dozen times or more.
The machine is a great convenience
and a complete success and Tom is
greatly pleased with it, Meade (Kan.)
Tho meanest and mot contemptible
person In this old world of joy nnd woe
yen verily, the one for whom there
should boa hell, and a very hot one
too, is the man or woman who goes
about telling lies and circulating scan
dal about persons they don't happen to
like. All nature proclaims a hereafter,
a general reckoning and an accounting
for the deeds done in tlin body, nnd
that this life does not ond all. Now,
wo wonder what these persons will say
when they stand boforo tho judgment
liar of God, who kuowuth their inner
most thoughts? Mcado (Kas.) Globo.
gjT NOTICn. -!
All parties knowing themselves in
debted to mu arc earnestly requested
to call and Buttle at once,
These accounts must bo settled,
Hesp't., J. "W. W'Kiin.
Ford Model "T" Automobiles
Wait Until you Have Seen This Car Before Buying
...ANY OTHER AT ANY PRICE...
In the Ford Model 'T' Automobiles is offered the biggest value
ever announced in automobiles. CHEAP IN PRICE ONLY. A car
guarateed by the biggest Automobile Maker in the world a guar
antee that means something. Designed by HENRY FORD, who
never designed a failure, and has more cars in use than any other
three manufacturers in the United States, combined.
The Model "T" is 4 Cylinder
TWENTY HORSE POWER
capable of fifty miles per hour; magnet to ignition. Its lightweight
makes it equal to most 30-horse power cars. Its style work
manship, material and durability will compare favorably with any
car made-barring none.
The MaterialFord Vanadium
(he slccl that is 61 percent stronger than any other steel. No $5,000 car contains hcttcr
material, and the manufacturers guarantee the axles, shafts, gears, springs, etc., of this car,
will stand a test FIFTY PfiRCIiNT 0RUATUR than will he required to put any other steel in
in the junk pile. One out of every four motor cars sold this year will he a Ford Atodel "T."
Quantity production explains the price.
Roadsters $825--F. 0. B.DetroilToiringCar$850
We will have a demonstrating car here about March 1st. We
will compare it point for point with any $2,000 car on the market.
If interested, send for catalogues.
Carter Tacy Hardware Co., Ag'ts.
Notice to Correspondents
The Hkuami often rcorivea complaints from ilM correspondents In regard to
the noii-itppuiirntiuo or late appearance or tliu neighborhood news enl In by
them. In explanation wc vT.ll say llibt nil correspondence Mcut to this olllee is
published when it is received on lime unit we have the space, it Is not the in
tention of thik paper to omit any tiling that is news nor to delay news, and if ll
docs so you may rest assured that it was unavoidable. Vo appreciatu our large
corps of country correspondents and hope some lime to have- every community
represented We have worked hard to get theic correspondents and it is not
likely that wo would willfully omit to publish the matter they send in. Thus,
wc utge all those who wrile for the Dkiiaui to send in the news regularly, and
you may be sure that we will do the very best we can at all times, Don't get
offe.ndvd because you do not sec every Item in print or your letter is delayed
sometimes There are many perplexities in the print shop nnd yours Ift not the
greatest on earth because your occasional letter may be delayed. We are nl
somu little expense to procure theso letters and if we do not usu them it is our
loss. You receive the I Iuiiai.o regularly Just the sumo for your services, so
why should you register a kick. The FIehaui will do the right tiling all the
time by Its correspondents, remember tiiat, but we eannol do impossibilities.
We trust tins explanation will satisfy 'those who have registered vomplaiiits
nnd that they will continue to send in the news KVTCilY WIJKIC.
The worst snow storm of tho season
visited this section of the country on
the night of March 10th.
The windmill on tho hindscy Wright
plnce, which was blown down last slim
mer was put in place lust Tucbday.
Jon Johnson has his well finished and
has put up a windmill.
Wc don't hear much railroad news
latoly but live in hopea.
II. J,ovett went to Libornl this week,
with seven teams nfter a slock of
goods for tho now store, which will be
opened when he returns.
Blue Orasb Bubbles.
Mrs. Gregory's class conducted open
ing exercises at Sunday School last
Sunday. It was decided to tiy the ox
pcriment again and ono week from
noxt Sunday Miss Uealson's class will
have charge of the opening exercises.
Sunday School begins at 10 n. in.,
S. II. Wells is on the sick list.
Hev. Campbell, known throughout
tho west as tho "Cyclone Evangelist,"
is again In the community mid holding
a protracted meeting at Madison
Tho Kpworth League will hold a so
cial at the school houso Friday evening
Following Sunday School last Sun
mJ&rwLZ jZy. men PRicrn quauiy ls3C7
Jgr XSvrct in a low nuao car. n y
day Ifcv. Ihirnes preached, closing lijs
year's work as pastor on the Ivanhoe
charge. He goes to animal conference
More activity in the way of farming
Ib manifested since the big snow.
Assay on flic Pauper's Dream."
Few people nro aware of tho fact
that Judge T. L. O'Hryan is t ho owner
of a valuable inlnc in the, western part
of old Heaver county. An assay just
been made, and shows copper 5.18 ncr
cent or $1-1.60 per ton with traces ot
gold and silver. It has only been dug
to a depth of .'5 or 80 feet, but as it is
further developed it is expected to
grow richer. Tho copper is found in a
regular lead with solid stone side and
foot walls. A nicely defined lead, as
saying at tho very beginning .$ 11.50 per
ton in valuo, is cortainly a line nrotio-
sition. The News hopes tho" Pauper's
Dream" may soon become a "Worthy
Man's Howard ."Wood ward News.
A couplo of Syrian peddlers wcro in
terviewing our people this week. Bus
iness was not vory nourishing with
them. Our people- have good cnougl
merchants wi,th good enough goods to
supply our wants. Mnil order concerns
and peddlers will never get rich oiT of
Beaver people's trade if tho Herald has
anything to do with it. Stick to your
town and her business people thoy are
tho fellows who stick to you. Tho oth
er fellows "slick it" to you.
for Beaver County
At K. of P. Hall
APRIL 1ST, 1909
Plenty of fun for old
and younglight re
freshments to be serv
Class No. 2, Chris
tian Sunday School.
Admission 10 Cts
More towns die Tor want of confi
dence, on tho part of business men nnd
luck of public spirit tlinn any other
cause When a man in Ecarch for n
homo or a business goes Into n town
and finds everything brim-full of hope
.nnd enthusiasm of prospects for the
place and all earnestly af. work to build
it up, lie soon becomes imbued witli
tho sanio spirit, and ns a result lie
drives down stakes and goes to work
with tho sanio interest. When, how
ever, lie goes to a town where every
one expresses doubt and apprehension
for tho future prospects of the place,
moping about and indulging in mourn
ful complaints, ho uatarully fouls that
it is no place, for liini, and ho at once
siiakes the dust from his feet while he
pulls out with all possible speed for
some other place. Consequently, try
to mako a live, enterprising town in
which you live When you aro work
ing for your town you are accomplish
ing all tho more for yourself. (Jomvny
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post cards for nothing and get his
choice of three different kinds, namely:
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a set of 21 cards entitled "Language of
the Flower." In each of these sots
there arc 21 highly colored, souvenir
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ly Journal and toll them which set out
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comic cards are very "funny;" the
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(lowers and are aU in beautiful colors;
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Send 25c and address the Kansas
City Weekly Journal, Kansas Ciiy, JIo.
Buys flroccry llstabiisliiiieut.
Gus LoliBtroli inirchuscd the Cranmer
grocery last week, tnking' posses' ion
Monday, Ho is a young man, well
known and respected by all and ought
to command liis share of the patrou-nC1'-
Wo aro informed that Mr. Loli
stroh expects to cnlnrgo his establish
ment nnd carry at all times a complete
stock of up-to-date groceries. Heaver
welcomes him to Iter business circle.
To boll Nursery Stock for the old re
liable Chiinute Nursery. Address, W.
M. Griniwood, Gunrial Agent, Florip,
tiooil Tcim of Work Jloica for Sale
I have an extra good teuni of sound
work horses that- I am offering forsaio.
Weigh about 1100 each; good uispo.
sition nnd well broke; in lino eondi
lion and never been hurt. For fur
t or particulars call un me or at the
J, It. Thomas, Beavor, Okla.
Bring 'l-in Hack!
The follow who borrowed (?) a road
plow and scraper from Heaver town
ship, will confer a favor to himself as
well as the township by iiotiryiiigG.
W. llobispn. lload Overseer, as to their
whereabouts. -O. W. KobUon, li.-aver,
Oklahoma. 3-11 SCo
" i ii i i mil i.i, ai
Arclier S. Harrow
Auctioneer and Live Stock Salesman.
Will cry ?ak'H any whore. Address
Fluri, Oklahoma, It. V D. flu. l
Several carloads just unloaded. Can sup
ply Anything in PLOWS, HARROWS,
PLANTERS, LISTERS, DRILLS,
A full aoid complete New Stock
Undertakers Supplies -Casket Trimming
TIN SHOP IN
Absolutely the Best Farm Loan Proposition Over Offered
to the People of Western Oklahoma and Southwest Kansas
I am making a specialty of Farm Loans. I,
am tho oldqst Farm Loan man doing business
in western Oklahoma and southwest Kansas. Am
in a position to give you better rates and
terms than you can get elsewhere. Wc are the
only poopl6 that make the in ceres t payable but
once a year with 'the privilege of paying.
$100. 00 or any multiple thereof a't any inter
est paying time. Our loans are payable at tho
end of twelve montha if so desired. Can run
five years if necessary. Home pffico, Liber
al, Kansas. Offices also at Meade, Kansas,
and Beaver, Hooker, Guymon and Tyrone, Okla.
If you need a loan see or write me at Liberal,
Kansas, or any of my representativis at the
above named places. Look for my sigh. ;. .'X
Beaver office" in Braidwood's Abstract Of
fice. Very Truly,
A. F. ROCK.
J. W. WEBB, President. JAMES DARE, Vice-President
FRANK LAU0HRIN, Cashior. F. C. TRACY, Asst. Cashier.
THE BAM OF BEAUER CITY.
Capital, $10,000 Surplus, $3,500
Undivided Profits, $3,497.64
'1M10N13 HANK No. 1 ItESlDENCE No. CI.
James Bare, F, C, Tracu, J. W. WEBB.
Frank Lauahrin s. A, Lauahrin
R. H. Loofcourrow
EER (JC)URTES EXTENDED.
WANT A LOAN?
See H. S. JUDY at
FRAZER'S ABSTRACT OFFICE
Long time. Best rate. Straight treatment.
C. W. HOSKINS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Fine and complicated watch work a specialty. At (Icni
PHOTOS! PHOTOS! PHOTOS!
ForoOdays only, 1 will make work nt Rreatly red lined rutcs. Post curds for
f 1.00 pur dozen ; cabiuuts '.00 per dozen. Tho work ij guaranteed
and my card stock in tho very latest. Call and see my work.
John H. Lawson, Prop.
BR AIDWOOD (Si SON
FIDELITY ABSTRACT COMP NY.
Do a Genoral Abstract Businosc.
Accuracy Guaranteed and Prompt
- Attontio'n Always. , f
Beaver, Oklahoma, '
FRJED S. BECKER.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
, Agent for St. Paul Ins. Co., for Southeastern
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