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Oldest Oklahoma NewspaDBr ReDUblican for Principle
No. 17
HV T 1
THIS is the
store where
you will find only
Athe most distinctive
V merchandise. We
serve, every customer
with as much care as if the
whole success of the busi
ness depended on that
particular sale. In hats, we fca-
tui. the "STETSON."
Wo 'Recommend the
"Owl Brand"
In Dry Goods
Subscribe for Tub Beater Herald.
Only 31.00 Per Year.
If you want Insurance, or a loan on
your farm, call on or write Will G.
Fields. -U
F. 0. Tracy is In Kansas City tlilf
week buying fall goods.
Money to loan on farms. See Johi
V. Savage, first building cast of tru
Court House
Lester Gilbert and wife are enjoylnp
1 visit this week from Mr. Gllbcrt'i
parents and a sister from Geary.
Lost Memorandum book containing
nmo money and valuablo pnpers. Re
ward for return to K. T. Vbnaiii.k,
10-3 tf Rfd 2 Balko, Okla.
We Have Anything
You Need.
The Beaver Mer. Co.
Beaver. OKla.
) M. E. Church Meeting.
PrP.sldincr Elder R. D. Dadis
man, of the M. E. Church, will
bo hero Tuesday, October 8th, to
conduct a special call meeting at
that edifice, between, the hours of
0 o'clock a. m. and 12 o'clock M.
All members especially request
ed to bo present.
H. W. Cox, Pastor.
Mm. F. O. Tracv was troubled wlthV
in attBck of neuralgia this week but I
now much Improved.
Quick Money, Easy Terms. Apply tc
Tohn W. Savage, Just across tin
'bridge'" for your farm loans.
Mrs G. W. Robison wept over tr
Gate this week, where she will Join hot
husband, and they will reside at thai
point in future.
Drop Head Sewing Machine with ful'
ct of attachments, guaranteed for If
years, $13.65 cash, at Liberal Ilardwan
Co's. 0-5 tf
V. Metzgor is seriously 111 at thi
White House hotel. HIb wifo and sop
and daughter have been summoned
from Nlehart. Montana.
Call at Robertson's Millinery Storr
for Butterick patterns. tf
Sol Blosser, who has been seriously
111 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.A
Aharon for two weeks, Is much Improv
ed at this time.
For "Hail Insurance), see Will Gt
Fields. I represent the St. Paul.
4-11 tf
A card from Mrs. Mao Maple-Trckell
from Niagara Falls, N. Y., saya that
they are having a delightful trip and
eeing many of the beauty spots of the
East and Canada.
Miss Mattie Thompson, nurse, was
called to Kokomo to-day to take care
of Fred Lilo, who la seriously ill of ty
phoid fever. Ed Llle Ib also qf ! 'W
with pneumonia. We trust I
young meu may speedily recover.
LOST Pair gold rimmed spectacles
In black leather case at the Fair
Grounds last week. Finder will confer
a great favor by returning to this
office. . 0-20 tr
Mr. and Mrs Frank Laughrln left to
day for Woodward, oh a visit to rela
tives. Mrs. Laughrin Is still troumru
with rheumatism, and from that point
thev mav co to Hot Springs, Arkansas,
or Borne other health resort in the hope
of finding relief.
J. If. Thnmnson Is recovering from
his recent serious lllncsr and ii able to
get about tho house some with the uo
otaenne. lie Is at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. K. 1). Neff.
pasture to rent, U mllo of Beaver.
0.20 tf Walter C Frazir.
Tern Dow da, who camo In this week
from California, carried a novel hand
bag. It was mado from the hide of a
deer. Tho head and antlers form-d
the frame of the grip, and the skin,
hair out, was placed over It. Tom
killed the deer himself, and was quite
proud of hlg trophy.
For Sale Two good milch cows with
ohKm hv their sides. Both excellent
milk stock. One a Jersey and a No. 1
cow. Inquire of A. G. Thomas at Car
ter Tracy Hdw. Store. tf
Miss Mattie Thompson, nurso, hotter
known as 'Tom," who has been nurs
ing ilttlo Grant Rcddlck, five-year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reddlck, of
Six Mile, through a siege of typhoid
fnver. returned to Beaver Tuesday.
The little fellow Is much Improved and
rapidly regaining his usual robust
For SALK;-Ono sorrel horse, weight
1200 pounds, good driver slnglo or
double. Call or write,
Beaver, Okla.
0-12 tf At tho Garage. '
Mra. Henry Block presented the
Herald force with another handsomo
bouquet Saturday which she says is
the last of her flowers this season.
Mrs. Block has worked faithfully
imong her flowers and her labors have
neen rewarded with a beautiful garden
of bloom. Her health, we nro sorry to
report, has been poor this fall and bIic
fearasho will have to give upiior work
with her flowers, which she enjoys so
nuch. Wo trust not.
Graphophones and Records for Bale
it Beaver Hd . fe Furn. Store. Reo
rds fit any graphophouo using a disc
Denutv State Jail Inspector MeLoy,
of Oklahoma City, was hero last week.
and Inupccted the Beaver county Jail.
He reports It In a flrst-ulass condition.
Mr MeLoy is a brother of Mrs. Fidelia
Carter, chiropractic, who Bpent a win
ter In Bcavor, engaged In her practice.
Mr. MoLoy Is an M. D.
Family Reunion.
Mrs. B. R. Sharon, of Marion, India
na, Mra. L. Campbell, of .Woods coun
ts. Mm. Sol Blosser and Mrs. I. u.
Campbell, of Clear creek, all Bisters,
anjojed a pleasant reunion at tho home
if Mrs. Sol Blosser, at Elmwood, this
week, Mrs. Sharon had not Been two
f her sisters for thirty years and it is
needless to say the meeting was a de
lightful one for all of them.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of tho
Homach nro their most common ail
ment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets excellent. They are easy anil
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. For gale by all dealers
Republican Meeting.
All Republican candidates are re
quested to meet at the Court House
in Beaver, Oklahoma, on October 1.',
1012. at 2 o'clock p. m.,for the purpose
of discussing questions relating to the
coming campaign.
Jon W. Savacik Chairman.
Thomas P. Braidwooij, Secretary.
Miss Allyc Stone Dead.
The many friends of Miss Allyc
Stone, formerly of Beaver, were
shocked and grieved to hear of
her death which occurred Wed
nesday, September 23th at Purls,
Kentucky, from typhoid fever.
During her stay in Beaver she
mado many friends and tho news
of her death is deeply icrct cd.
It scorns doubly sad that ono so
young and just entering upon a
life of usefulness should bo called
away and tho bonds of lovo that
bound her to those who loved her
so rudely shattered. Tho writer
know Allyo as a good, true friend
and it is with lasting regret that
wo learn of her summons to a
higher and more beautiful home.
Tho memory of her friendship
and association will linger and,
though tinged with sorrow be
cause of her departure, yet there
is pleasure in the thought of that
friendship which remained faith
ful unto death.
The Herald and all those of
Beaver who know Allyc join in
expressions of deepest sympathy
for those who mourn her untime
ly death.
Sunday School Convention.
The Annual Beaver County
Sunday School Convention will
be held at tho Presbyterian
church, at Beaver, Oklahoma, on
Sunday and Monday, October 20
and 21.
State Secretary C. II. Nichols,
of Oklahoma City, will bo here,
also Mra. C II. Nichols, State su
perintendent of tho Elementary
Department, and an interesting
session is looked forward to.
All Sunday School Superinten
dents.of tho county aro request
ed to send their names to Mr.s.
W. G. Fields, County Secretary,
Beaver, Oklahoma. She has in
formation and literature which
she wishes to send to all schools.
Keep the date in mind, and ar
range to attend. You can't afford
to miss these pleasant and profit
ble conventions.
If you have money we want it.
If you want money we have it.
We nrc prepared to loan prospective
customers money to harvest and
market their fall crops.
Beaver, Okla.
Five Numbers, and Possibly Six, for same Money on Season Ticket
Oct. 14, Wood Orchestral Trio-Music.
Nov. 6, Denton C. Crowel-Lecture
Dec. 7, Sarah Ruth Bates Company-Music
Jan. 4, Emerson Winters-Impersonator
Feb. 20, Dr. M. W. Chase-Lecture
Other Number to be Filled.
Season Ticket, for Reserved Seat, Adult, $2.50
x School Children, ; $1,25
Single Admission, , . 50 Cents
Reserved Seat, Cent
Beaver's First Lecture Course.
W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for hit boy who had a
oold, and before the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gone. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill? For Balo by all dealers.
In Memoriam.
Joseph Eells was born at Sodl, Wis
consin, Jan. 15, 1087, was married In
young manhood to Miss Robertlna
Kcmnond, who lived but a few years to
enjoy their happy union.- He then
married Mrs. Edna A. Cunkle, daugh
tor of W. M. and Maria Kellar of Bal
ko. Okla. On August 30, 1012, he was
stricken down with what seemed to bo
but a mild and ordinary affliction but
after onlv three days he was called to
hi. final reward, dying Sept. 2, 1B1Z,
and lamented by his wife, mother, one
sister and a brother and a numbering
host of friends who with one accord
acknowledge him one of God's most
Mr, Eells was converted- to Christ at
ihn en of twelve and was ever faithful
In the discharge of all religious duties
until death. Intorment was made at
Balko cemetery Sept 8,1912. Services
holnc- conducted by the writer.
II. R. Coi-fky.
The Liberal Hardware Co. 1b now
located on me douwi oiuu.
10-8 tf Tnos. W. (jaw.
v.tUb the horse plague: enter the
hog cholera. Late reports from Kan
sas Is to the effect that many hogs are
stricken with the malady.
Donation Party.
A number of tho congregation
and friends of Rev. L. L. Shaw,
pastor of the Christian church,
called on ho and his godd wife
Friday night of last week with an
old-fashioned Donation party.
There wore bundles of all sizes
and various contents and all con
tained something good for the
temporal welfare of tho recipi
ents. Tho donation consisted of
pantry stores, linens and blank
ets and their needs were well
supplied for some weeks to come.
It is needless to say Rov. and
Mrs. Shaw were much surprised
and greatly pleased and appre
ciate this substantial remem
brance on tho part of their
Street in Bad Shape.
On account of tho heavy haul
ing of wheat to market tho streets
of Beaver have been badly cut up
and are gotting in bad shape.
1'liey need attention and need it
First Number Lyceum Course
vriic first number of Beaver's
Lyceum Course will bo given
October Hth, when tho Wood
Sisters Orchestral Trio will ap
pear hero at tho High School
building. Tho course promises
to bo a good one, and much cred
it is due Dr. L. L. Long for his
jfforts In securing It.
Install Water System.
The De Luxe Tonsorlal Parlor,
Gregg & Thomas, proprietors,
;ias been undergoing some mark
id improvements tho past week.
tVmong other things, a water sys
tem has been Installed, which
provides hot and cold water, and
proves a great convenience.
Some new furniture has also been
idded. More improvements are
being planned. '
Christian Church Services.
Sunday Oct. 6th.
Blblo School at 10:00 o'clock a. m.
Morning scrvico nt 11:00 o'clock.
Subject "Tho Race of Life."
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. in.
Evening services at 8:00 o'clock.
Subject "Tho Desire of Tho Ago."
Special music, morning and evening.
You aru cordially Invited to attend.
L. L. Shaw, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
l'reachlng at 11 o'clock a-.ni,.
Preaching nt 8:00 p. in.
Everbody invited.
Chab. B. LitcrxR, Pastor,
I have n few Disc Harrows and Peg-
Tooth Harrows yet for talc, Will sell
on next year's terms.
fMO 10-10 3w Couch. Okla,
Big Basket Dinner.
The Christian peoplo at Elm
wood had a big basket dinner and
all-day service at tho school
house, which is also used for
church purposes, Sunday. A
number went out from Beaver to
enjoy tho pleasures of tho day,
among whom were Rev. 'L. L.
Shaw, J. R. Thomas, II. F. Lud
lum, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Russell
and Miss Ethel Illbbs.
Marlon Smith spent the past weok
with relatives at Woodwatd, He re
turned home today.
flink i.nmliK'hn In muted hv a dis
ordered Btomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and tho head
aches will disappear. For sale by all
Let's Finish the Job.
Tho Sand Hill road north of
town, which has just been com
pleted through the worrft stretch
of tho sand, is a dandy, and
makes travel over that portion of
the Sand Hills a real pleasure.
Thero is yet a small stretch of
road on this end which was not
covered by tho contract on ac
count of Insufficient funds, which
is in a bad shape, and should be
eiven immediate attention. It
looks llko the township ought to
be able to take caro of tills part
of tho work and put it n good
shape. Let's llnish tho job.
Here is a cheap and easily applied
I way to keep flies off of horscB or cows :
Unti bar Strong launury coup, uuc-inii
pound rosin, ono pint coal oil, and six
quarts water. This mixture should be
stirred or heated thoroughly until all
the Ingredients are dissolved, To ap
ply, use a whitewash brush with a two
cr.three foot handle, in Bide, Apply
to a cow before milking, if flies worry
her. Exchange.
When you have a bad cold you want
the bpst mediclno obtalnablo bo as to
cure It with as little delay as possible.
Horo is a druggist's opinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Romcdy for
fifteen vears." says Enos Lollar of Sa
ratoga, Ind., "and consider It the best
on tho market." tor sale uy an
Abstracts Examined.
BEST ABSTRACTS Promptly made.
Charges Reasonable. I furnish you
prompt, reliable service for least
money. Thero Is a Legal Education
and years of experience back of my
Ueavcr County Abstract Of ficc
Bonded Abstracter
KtAvxn, Oklahoma.
That Anyone could ask for
One of tho most complete stocks west of Kansas
City. Just received a carload of nice new de
signs in Beds, Rockers, Chairs, Dressers and
other things needed In tho home.
Call and see us and get our prices.
SPECIAL PRICES to newly married couples
for Complete Outfit. ,
Beaver Hdwc. & Furn. Co.
Beaver, Oklahoma.

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