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Official Co. Paper.
HAUBE 0. THOMAS, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED ETEBY THURSDAY.
Ealarad althapoitoEteat BMter, Oklahoma,
a itccod elm malt matur.
Advertising rates made known upon
application. Pries reasonable.
Subscription Price. $1.00 Year
W. C. Crow
T. P. Frysinper.
Geo. H. Wright.
Geo. H. Healy.
H. C. Fellow.
Clerk of Dli. Court O. F. Pruett.
SherW J. M. Jones.
Clerk of Co. Court C. O. DeGraw.
Co. Atty. Claude T Smith.
Reg. of Deed II. M Bullck.
Survejor Oscar Gardner.
Com. lit Dlit. R. Hagin, Ivanhoe.
Com. 2d Did. A. A.Haskell, Elmwood.
Com. 3d Diit. Thos. Mcl-ain. Gray,
Approves New Policy.
Among tho resolutions which the
Beaver Herald expecti to put into
effect thii year are thoie of charging
11.60 for the paper and making that
pajable in advance. If the Herald
doei that it will find It one of the beat
inovei It hai ever made. Guymon
We certainly intend to do that very
thing, Brother Zimmerman, and wo
trust ne will find jour prediction of
We have paid the billi long enough,
like hundreds of other foolish publish
on who are afraid to put their business
on a buiineii bails for fear of not be
ing able to go against the old precedent
of "11.00 per year and par or not pay
na you please " We now propose to
run the thing according to our own
idea and If there are those who feci tho
HtRALO Is not worth thw pitiful sum
of $1 SO per year, they havo tho privi
lege of renewing for as many year In
advance as they choose at tho old rate
nf $1.00 cash, per year until April 1st,
1914. After that tlme.lt will tako ex
actly $1 60, no more and no less, to
keep this "great moral and religious
weekly" coming to their address. Wo
have tfiouejht this thing over a long
lime anu now mai tno new system is
Inaugurated we expect to make It stick.
Every iota of material used about get
ting out n newspaper and the cost of
labor has advanced, to say nothing of
taxes, railroad and public benefit
bonuses, etc., which nro nothing less
than Sherman says war Is, so why not
the publisher make n fair advance In
the subscription prico of his paper and
oxpeat and requlro that it bo paid?
Anyone who don't want to pay 3 cent
per week for it don't want it very bad
nnd the sooner we stop sending it to
lilm the better for nit concerned. It
really isn't the price after all, it is tho
austom. People have so long been in
the habit of taking a paper and nover
considering that the publisher needed
the subscription price, that they have
nlmost come to consider It n great
favor for them really to aocept tho
paper at tho Post Ofllce. Wo do con
sider it a courtesy if our readers take
the 1 1 r. rami and pay for it, otherwise
wn call it poor business on nur part to
SHiid it out longer except on cash-in-advance
terms nnd stop thu paper at
tlio expiration of the timo paid for.
When the system is once put into prac
tice wo believe it will provo moro sat
isfactory all tho way around and at
least, wo nre hoping fur it to bring In n
little of thr real coin of the renlm with
out which no business can long exist
and be a factor for good.
Best Cough Aledicinc for
"I am very glad to say n few words
in praise of Chnmberlnin's Cough Item
edy" writes Mrs Lida Dewey, Milwau
kee. Wis. "I have used it for years
both for my children and myself nnd
it never fails to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No femlly with chil
dren should be without it ns it gives al
most immediate relief in cases of
croup " Chamberlain's Cough Horn.
edy is pleasant and safo to tako, which
ia nf great Importance when a medi
cine must be given to young children.
For sale by all dealers.
"Adventism Exposed to the
Light, Both to the Scrip
turc and History."
My lectures on tho abovo subject will
begin at Mountain View Baptist church
near Surprise, on Sunday evening,
February 8th, 1011. Any geiatlcman
wishing to champion the other sido is
cordially invited to occupy one half of
The above proposition is occasioned
on behalf of a certain preacher who,
for years, hns been insinuating' and
even afllrmlng that the ministers of
the cornty can nr-t answer his ui'gu
B. B, Dm..
Kiowa Flash Llcht
The nice warm weather made a sud
den change Friday night to snow and
a somewhat lower temperature yet it
lia n(e mild winter.
Mrs. O V. Oneal and her mother,
Grandma Seott, were sailing on Mr.
and Mrs. Jesie Kellogg at Logan Mon
day. Mrs. James Oneal has been laid up
with an attaak of sore throat and la
grippe. Mrs. Fred Cox and Mrs. MeGtiirearo
both having sore throat ami lung
It has been reported that Mrs. Floyd
Moore has chlakenpox.
A surprise party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis
Monday evening. About fifty persons
wero in attendance and they all had a
Dudley Jett went to Laverne Mon
day with a load of hogs and brought
back a load of feed.
The children of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N.
Howe are having a hard time of it
with the whooping cough, especially
Ui6 two littlo girls who aro quite poor
Robert P.idcnour and M. L. Malcme
madn a trip to Laverno Tuesday after
coat and other supplies.
The damaged feed stuff that most
everyone has on account of the wet
fall wo had has caused the death of a
good many valuable horses, both old
and young. A good many havo died
that wo know of in our own neighbor
hood that way,
M. L. Malono bid us farewell Wed
nesday morning ns ho intends to visit
with his two brothers nt Amarillo,
Texas, for a couplo of months, after
which timo ho will go to Colorado
where ho has a good claim . We regret
very much, brother, to see you go but
may goo6 luck nlways be yours.
Wo are sorry to hear that Mrs. Erlck
son has taken n relnpsc. Sho has been
ailing for somo time.
Grandpa Farrell, of Blue Ribbon,
was around cnlling on somo of our good
peoplo collecting accounts for Sam
A, D. McGuiro is the assessor for
Blue Grass and ho Is out calling on tho
people of his district.
Grandpa Foster is very poorly at this
Mr. and Mrs. John Rusiel are visit
ing at Woodward this week.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
''Five jusrs ngn I hnd tho worst case
of chronic constipation I over knew of,
and Chamberlain' Tablets cured mm,"
writes S. F. Fish. Brooklyn, Mich, For
solo by all dealers.
Jan. 17- Ghaa. Jenks went to the
road tho first of thu wuul; after lumber
to coll tho church.
Pastor Mies is In tho neighborhood
ready for his Saturday night and Sun
A family, Reeser by name, have
rented the John Girtou farm for the
Mr. Cross has moved his family from
Ivanhoe to Logan. Their children havo
the whooping cough.
Carl June has boon kept at home
from school sevoral days thu past week
ou account of sickness.
Twin Mounds literary is attracting
people nuUlde of tho immediate dis
trict. Tbero is an opportunity for a
lot of wholesome fun us well as self
improvement in a wall conducted lit
The North Sido Surprise store has
ognin changed hands Wo understand
Mr. Crosno, ar. is tho new proprietor
The many fricndH of V. F. Hoffman
will be interested in knowing ho is lo
cated on a dairy farm tioar MrlClnney,
Texas, with visions of vast alfalfa fields
and silas before his mind's tire. To
mateilallzo In th near future, no
A oommnndablo spin, is shown by
people of this locality in the way they
take hold of the church moving in a
year liko this. A good deal of labor
and somo money U required, all of
which hat been freely given. Mr
Heniler, of Surprise, Is tho boss car
Captain Nllr-s spont Friday night at
the 11.11. Martin ht nno.
Henry Martin had an agreeable sur
prise today when his brother Lawrence
of Craig, Mo., walked Into the church
where ho was at work. Lawrence
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proved up a claim here some years ago
and has never entirely recovered from
his infatuation for old Beaver.
A good deal of stock is bring pas
tured on the commons this winter.
The floe neither Is certainly a God
send to the poor cows and horses that
have to rustle their living.
O.xce A Wr.ric
An Ideal Woman's Laxative.
Who wants to tako salts, or castor
nil, when there is nothing better than
King's New Life Pills for all bowe
troubles. They act gently and natur
ally on the stomach and liver, stimu
late and regulate your bowels and tone
up the entire svstem. Price, 2ftc. Al
all druggists. II. E. Bucklen & Co.,
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
District No. 151
Here we come again after a siege of
Such beautiful weather, it's Just
like spring. The grass is so green,
the birds sing to sweetly in the trees
and oven the genie are going north
The Death Angel hovered over the
Adams home several days last week, at
last, on Wednesday at 12:30, it took
its tllght and bore the soul of Mrs.
Adams anay homo where there is no
pain, sickness or sorrow. While we
hate to part with our loved ones and
friends, yet, what a blessed thought to
know they aro in Heaven waiting, call
ing and beckoning us to come. Mrs.
Krouse conducted tho funeral services
which wero held at the house on Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. Adams was CO
years old. She was a dear, kind and
loving wife, and mother. She leaves a
husband, one son nnd three daughters,
besides a host of friends to mourn her
Mrs. O'Hsir, dnughter and son from
Chaney, were hero to attend the fun
eral of the former's mother, Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Lossing was down
to Father nnd Mother Foreman's to
ttay all night recently.
Misses Grace Eyer and Irma Sprague
surprised Mary Gray last Thursday
evening, her 17th birthday, by coming
in and staying all night with her.
II. 0. Gray left Sunday to go as del
egate to the National Broomcorn
Growers' Association, held at Craw
ford, about 100 miles southeast of here.
He returned home Friday with a good
report. They have moved tho Nation
al headquarters to Surprise, now. The
new olllcers Installed were: Presi
dent, Geo. Caskey; Vice President,
H.C. Gray; Secretary, O. D. Williams;
Treasurer, John Harford
Jim Foreman and family have moved
back to their old homo.
Mrs, John Kile is holding a serie9 of
revival meetings at the Steadman
Miss Jennice Sturgeon had a severe at
attack of pendlcitus last week, is much
improed at this writing, but wo un
derstand she had to give up hor school,
but will continue her music class.
Don't any one get mad if they don't
see their name in the paper. We try
to gut all the good news, but when
any one docs a wrong or goes contrary
to law we Just keep still.
For Weakness and Loss of Appotlto
The Old Standard central strtncthcnlna; tonic,
GROVK'STABTRLKSScbill TONIC, dtircs out
Malaria and tnillda up the aratem. A true tonic
ind sure Appetizer. I'oradultsandchlldren. 20c
Our enterprising merchant at this
place lias moved his family here. This
makes it much moro convenient for
every one nnd saves him the long drive
to and from Ivanhoe.
Francis Evans is here from Perry,
Oklahoma, visiting and collecting for
his father. Ho is staying with Geo.
Jud. Hughes and wife of Colorado
aro visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Hughes.
E. E. Harlan and wife went to Mrs.
Ilattio Ridlon's accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs Jesso Kellogg and his mother.
He was called thero for Notary Public
M F Hastings of Canadian, Texas,
Is here for a short time. Ho formerly
owned two quarter sections of fine
creek land about four mile southwest.
Marion Itohn has sold his 40-acre
homestead to J, F Baker considera
tion 132.5 00.
Burdett & Evans have sold their store
to R. L. Croino. They are having a
sale at present to reduce their stock
I'gigmxjjm'tL-. vwu i.u.-au
Two sisters of Mm. John Baker, Mrs.
Letha Butte and Miss Nannie Rogers,
visited her a week.
A cousin of Zaeh Barrvss ha; been
vMting there for about a week.
Francis Thompson has got bis car in
shape after much trouble, and has
made four round trips on his mail route.
Frank Robinson will take 36 fat hogs
to market this week.
John Baker and wife went to Engle
wood last Friday.
Bill Huddleston has bought a race
horse from Clyde Curtis for $176.00.
Shorty Fry made a few days visit
here last week. II lives at Gate this
winter but breezes in here occasionally.
Tom Dowding has returned from his
holiday visit with home folks at Kan
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to
feel that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could ent any kind of
food you desired without injury? That
may seem so unlikely to you that you
do not even hope for an ending of your
trouble, but permit us to assure you
thatitisnot altogether impossible. If
others can bo cured permanently, and
thousands have been, why not you?
JohnR. Barker.of Buttle Creek, Mich ,
Is one of them. Ho says,'" I was troub
led with heartburn, indigestion, nnd
liver complaint until I used Chamber
lain's Tablets, then my trouble was
over." Sold by nil dealers.
The farmers have commenced turn
ing the ground over.
The M. E. Sunday School meets In
tho school housn now while the church
is being remodeled.
Mrs. Longmore has been very 111 but
is better at this writing.
Walter Green is going to start a
bakery at Englewood.
Mrs. Ira BIrck has been vory sick
but is some better.
J. A. Leo received word that his
mother was seriously 111 at Carmen,
At the annual election of officers of
the Ruth Circlo the following ofllcers
were elected: Mrs.T. A. Williamson,
Pres; Mrs. J. A. Lee, Vice-Pres; Mrs.
J E.Pitts, Sec; Mrs. R. Forsemer,
Troas; Mrs. R. B. Rutherford, Organ
ist. The M. W. of A. met at the hall and
Installed officers for the coining year.
The littlo Sunbeam class of the
Christian church sold $0 25 worth of
Larkin goods last Saturday from.their
Lnrkin booth. which they hnvo in the
Davis building, Tney will sell goods
there again next Saturday, January
21th. Come nnd seo the pretty booth,
even if thero is nothing you need. Tho
class is trying to raise money to pay
on their $10.00 pledge they made on
Well, hero we are again and are still
having fine weather. Somo are plowing
sod, some old ground and some nre
listing. A fire time for tho business
m the ground is in fine condition and
wheat is growing.
Rev. Jewett has closed ajweek's meet
ing at Busch Chappel. They all re
ported a good crowd and a good meet
ing. Mrs'. Will Overton is no better at
this writing Sho Is in a bad shape
What do you know about one dog
killing a wolf? J. E. Wilson has a
common sizo shepherd dog and Mr
Wolf came along by tho hog pen made
out of wlro aud some plank and the
wolf got into the hog pen where the
bosrd was knocked oil and Mr. Wilson
told the dog to take him and he killed
it in a few minutes, before tho gun
could bo brought to him.
J. A. and 0. B. Barker are running
their listers this week nnd the ground
is in fine shape.
Bill Fugata has started his sod plow.
Bill says he is going to try to raise a
orop another year He has 00 acres of
wheat and rye sowed.
L. A. Hatcher Is farming some, He
and O. B. Barker intends to sow some
Ed Twentier is still on his claim in
Colorado. He is putting down a well
Water is a good thing to have on a farm
Hurry up, Beaver, and get your rail
road to wo can go to the road with our
wheat and broomcorn without going
through thn Sand Hills.
To Cure a Cold In Ono Day
TakeLAXATIVBDROMOQnlnlne. It stops the
Couth and Headache and works off the Cold.
Drusilita refund moner it it falls to cure.
S. W. CROVIJ 8 denature on each. box. ISC,
H. N. Lawson
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Ellis counties, Oklahoma, farms. Low
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II. Shup it Co. Headquarters,
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