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Supplement io The
Volume 23. Braver, Okla..
Mrt L. II Caol. Kilieitor for the
'isrene Itercue home at ltothanjr.
which la located on the inferurbaa
line between OKIaboma CliJ ami Kl
Ileno, wai here Tuesday wlMilfns in
the intereitof that inttttutioii. Bbe
KM giren a iiuvrai uoimiwu u j
Bearer bunneu people, who are al
wajrn found willing and glad to blp in
any worthy and joit cant.
r t .J ! 1.
The extreme warm wntber of iMt
week bai been supplanted by exaetlj
the reyone tlile week. A decided
change to cool, in faet cold, tempera
ture occurred Monday and ha contin
ued all the week. The ehani-e wa
moat acceptable for the heat wai re
ally opprtxilre following the decidedly
cool lummer months we hare been
M' llartronft and daughter are
moting into the Webb property on
Punulu avenue, formerly osaupled by
J.ee Ooiney and family. Ir. Oowj'
household good are being rlored at
th Hock property until Mm. (Joiney's
health improve to that they may re
turn to town They are itill with Mri
GoMiey'a fAther and wife near Halko.
Lst-'it report from Mr. Uoaney are
that the ii Gradually improving. This
U ti-wi which will be Rratfully r
cenixl by her large circle ot friend
hen and cliewhere.
MUST APOLOGIZE OR .
Klitor Hearer Herald: I notleo In
lnt week'i Herald that you meetteuet! j
"old man" Drummond'a traberrk',
wlili'li wai all right and appreciated.
Kverybody ought to ratio that kind of
itrawberriei. for thoy are 'all right
But what I kick ubout ii that handle
ynu attached to his name You call
ed him "Col." Now that handle, or
ornamont, belong! excluilvvl to auc
tioneers Thero are no freiooei or
Illumination on the old man' name
Don't you see you have given him juit
cauie for an ultimatum, or n demand
for a recall of ambaiiadori, or a diga
vowal, or a vl ot armls, or a aubina-
rine or something? And the "Coll.
will get you if you don't watch out,
The Old Man
Wo apologize Initanter nnd twear
wu never laid ft. We concede to your
demands and have instructed our am
basiador to settle with the aggrioved
on Ills own terms. Hereafter, lime"
forth and forevermorti, it shall bo "Old
Man Drummnnd." Editor.
PLOW YOUR WnEAT LAND.
The following from the Meade,
Kansas, (ilnbe, rolntlve to the plowing
of wheat ground is timely ndviso for
our readers. Wn ludievn that Denver
county farmers will learn sounur or
later the sooner the better that it
will pay them to plow their wheat land
oren if they have to reduce their acre
age) to do so. The following Is the
ndvlco given our neighbor! to the.
north, by thoso who claim to know:
"Several parties in traveling out the
county, have noticed that In most
every case where llto wheat did not
come up to the nverage, that the land
was not plowed before seeding, but
just drilled In the eliiliblo.
"This method of farming has been
n A AT fills lUIUlt .1
OUIMJMUJUU illlll lWlLlVMi Plating a Hrick.S.one,
lllllldilig, see me before erinlrtieting
IQiiraof txH-iJciiiv. lit-1 1 lori ct(
Iligjou imit be KBtlflli'd villi it
Alen's, Women's, Misses'
Any $1.26 Oxford in
,. 2,00 "
Additional to above prices many Oxfords and
odd lots of shoes are on bargain tables at one
fourth former price.
F. C. Tracy.
Kept , 28, liU5. No. lf.
fotlonvd exlrniittlr &T frmTi in
this pari of the aUtr.aitiM-r jot frit
that they did not bare tim io plow
tb lam, and tfcat lb? would get a
good crop anj way.
"Triw. la tomm jear Oiej
good rop when drilled In the stubble,
but they most probably would have
gotten much better azoft hail they
plowed this land. In several eases
there are flehi Joiaiag where one
Held was plowed and on this laud the
wheat is tall and the yfekl will be
heavy, while the other flekl which was
drilled in th stubble the wheat i
mall and not well filled and tbe yield
will be small.
"In plowing for wheat, authorities
state that the deeper plowed the better,
and the loncer the soil can remain
plowed and cultivated before planting
the more plant food and water it will
be able to accumulate and have in re
serve for the production of another
"J. C. Mohler secretary of the board
of agriculture says that where ever
possible the ground should lie dined
promptly alter cutting the whtat as
thla will minimise the loss of moisture
and destroy many Inttet enemies of
growing erojw, especially the Hessian
fly. the plowing should follow as loon
as possible as the advantages of early
plowing have been demonstrated in
"Tho farmers of western Kansas
mutt farm right if they expect to get a
rood crop each year, and ic can be done
by following the advice or tho board
of agriculture and not be afraid of
wearing nut your disc nud plow. Ihe
difference in your crop ono year will
btly a tractor to furnish the power for
Get Rid of Those Poisons
In Your System. -
You wi'l Hnd Dr. King's New Life
I'llls a must satisfactory laxative in
ruleasiug-the poisons from your ys
tern. Accumulated wastes and poi
sons cause manifold ailments unless
released. Dizziness, snots before the
eyes, blackness and a miserable feel
mg generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life lills6 Take
n dose tonight and you will cipetl-
euce gratefui.rellef by ii.ornljig. 25c
HarviCPs ure hold at the Methodisl
Church ca.! Sunday as follows.
10 a. in. Sunday School.
11 a. in. Sermon.
7:15 p. m. Kpwortli League.
8 p. nit Sermon. F, K, Lawm,
Bible school at 10 o'clock a. 'in.
Morning service at 11 o'clock a.
Subject i "Life's Dec-line."
Christian Kudenvor at 7 o'clock p. m.
Kvcning service nl 8 o'clock p.m.
Subject: "How Much then is a Man
llelter that a Sheep?"
Special muilc&l program at each ser
vice. Kverybody cordially invited.
L. L, Sua vi, Pastor.
niTII 11 TO It If urn nro content
Cement o r Frame
Khtimatt-s-for nil kind of buildings '.'5
W. F. Shaw, gKer
and Children's Oxfords
MOTORCYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE.
B. M Jaokfcn, county farm demon
strator for Beater County, wai mixed
up in a eolliiion near Caleeby lat Sat
unlit and eanra out with a broken
hand. It ieema that Mr Jaekion met j
a young man ndtBg a motorcycle, the'
young man lost control of his machine !
aod ran into Mr Jackson's car. The
ejellit wai kaoeked uoeooieiotu and
the cycle turned over into tbe ear,
breaking Mr. Jaekson'i hand One
front wheel was broken off the ear, the
windshield wai broken and ether dam
age dose No damage to the motoroy
le is reported. lvashoe News.
Enrollment at present is 211 and
still th-y aom. We are ready to wel
come all who wish to come to us, 'and
will do all in our power to help them.
If you are out ot school and ean get in
school 't is your duty to do o, and if
you canvot a (lord to go to school get
nme good bobfcs and read them.
Franklin and Lineoln teeeived much
of .their education at home.
Eunice Kutledge.Ola Kut!edge,Law.
renoe McCune nnd Doyle Davis arti
new High School pupils this week.
The boy have bef n vory busy this
week. The bassball diamond shows
the mult of their efforts. There boys
are now getting ready for a game, so
Friday evening you are expected to
visit us at the High Soliool Building.
Come ami bring us a book whieh would
im good lor any boy or girl to read or
have as a reference book, We will
treat you to n watermelon or a part
thpreof. You furnish a book if you
havH oue and we will furnish the mel
ons Now come and let us spend n
Racial evening as parent, friends, pu
pils and teachers.
The Domestic Science department is
being fully equipped. The pupils ore
doing their part in this. It you have
nnythin whioh you do not use, scud
it to the High School and we shall be
only too glad to put it to n good use.
Our boys and girls expect to serve a
dinner to you beforo the term closes,
and when we invite you we expect you
to be on hands. Get ready fur an in
vitation. The Heaver pupils were unable to
attend the agricultural meeting held
atOray Sept. 18th. They did not get
uord in time to make arrangements
for the trip. We aro very sorry as we
had several to enter the contest. Let
ters announcing contests, meetings
,ind meets should be sent out at least
ten days before the events thereby giv
ing those who wih to enter (line to
Tho Athletic Association of the 13. II.
3., have organized with the following
ofllcersat tho helmi l'res , Ezra Kv
ins; Vico-I'res.. Dowcy Hebbaril.Si'c,
Mable Green; Treas-, Iteola Mansfield.
The Literary Societies of tho 11.11. 8
will organize in the near future. 1'ro
grams of debates, orations, readings
and miisic will be given. The general
public is inviUd to attend any of these
meetings and pass Judgment on our
If you capture an unusual bug. a
snake, mouse or anything that will add
to our collection, pleaso send itto in.
We will preserve it for future exhibit
nprk and will be only too grateful for
your remembrance So far this term
we have secured a bat, a Jerusalem
beetle, a snake and a water puppy,
Those present nt the little farewell
reception of the seniors given at the
home of Mr. and Mr. I. W. Moore
were: Harold Loofbourrow, J oe
Meese, George Kl!?, Charles Mile,
William Mooro, Lewis Moore, Eula
McKlllips Kthel Smith, Edyth Miles,
Pearl Uaylor, Sidle Iieaucamp and
Charles Miles. William Moore and
Harold Loofbourrow departed for
Norman where they will be in attend
ance at tho Sfate university this year
They are bright lads ond will do the
n 11, S , credit iinywhere. Good luck
to them !
Littlu John Stafford entered the
graded school Monday. John cauin to
Heaver Sundoy and entered school the
following duy. This is n right spirit
Get Into tho soliool work us soon ns
yuu can nnd keep busy the entire year,
Theionlor girl are watching the
freshmen girls to see If they can Hnd
living example of acceleration.
MIssTwcedlo was HI Tuesday and
Miss Ktta Meese filled her place for
Telephones will be answered at the
high school at any tlmo but pleaso do
notcausous to walk up three flights
of stairs or leave a class when It is not
nbsolutclr necessary. Be careful not
to abuse tho uso of the phone.
The Manual Training department is
to be equipped and you may help ub du
this. It one uf our representatives
calls upon you, help him If you can
and we shall greatly appreciate your
assistance. Tools or money will bo
Fred C. Tracy
We have been having abundant rain
which makei it fine for towing wheal.
P. A Sharkey enjoyed a rWit with
father and brother from XankaVcc, III.
and alo a brother and eUter
I'oad Creek, Okla., recently
John Stowder's and Jake Herter's
viited last Suoday at Fnlr Robert's.
Mrs William Heflneris recovering
from her reeent illness.
Mrs. Uukla Iteynolds, of Council
Grave, Kansas, MIm Lulu Heffner, of
Syracuse, Kansas, and Mabel Heffner,
of Topeka, Kansas, are visiling at their
Mrs. Sallfe Ghocklcy spent a wek
with her daughter, Mrs. Klmer Druwn,
astd helped take care of peaches.
Grandma Foster 'died Sept. ISth at
her home near Knowles. We extend
our sympathy to tbe bereaved family.
The deceased formerly lived in this
Mrs. Owenof San Antonio, Texas,
lui come lor an extended visit with
Mrs. C. L. Crawford has been visit
ing friends In Texas near Lipscomb.
D. W. Hush went to Speermoro on
bumaeot connected with the building
of the new phone line.
Mr and Mrs. Will Stoudor made a
business trip to Denver recently.
Sept. 10. Quite a few people around
here attended the fair at Liberal
Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Leffel and girls
left for their home in Colorado last
Mrs. V. W. Haydcn spent Thursday
evening at the 'home of Mrs. I, 11.
We are sure proud of our mall route
that has llnally started, Here's hop
ing it will continue.
V. W. Hayden, wife and babies spent
Sunday at tho home ot A. Myers.
Mrs. I. H. Sharps spent Saturday
evening at J. M. Sword's
Mr, and Mrs. Ryno and children and
MissGretta WUkerson spent Sunday
at I II. Sharpe's.
Mr. Alma Pieratt's residence in the
north part of town will soon be com
pletcd. Mrs. Longmore is qwnor ot a new
W. H. Jones has recently establish
ed a new shoe and harness shop in"
The derrick for the proposed oil well
noi erected Sunday. I wonder how
mlny of tho share-holdera thought of
their workiug un Sunday,1
Wo now have a Jeweler in our tbwn.
Mrs. J A Lee, who has b'en In bad
health for 'several mor.lhs was taken
wos last week with asthma. She is
a little better 1.1 this writing, but still
confined to the house.
Ross Poorbaugh and family visited
at II. S. Mathers' Sunday.
A large crowd ntlended the Krlends
meeting Sunday and Sunday night (
V. O. Flynn. of Kansas City j, (j,e
nett manager at the "Dew V f0., jnUi
ROLL OF "HONOR.
Thos. l-'arre', jA)u.na.
Jacob I. Jnneil Ehrmooj.
IJ C. Skinner, Heaver.
I. E. George, Liberal, Kansas.
J. K. Lee, Ford, Kansas.
K. A. Cables, Logan.
Ira S. Wilson, Heaver.
Jas. W Young, Beaver.
Mrs. A A. Haskell, Elmwood.
Hoy Kroadfoot, Riverside.
Sam Bingham. Madison.
C, 13. Still, Gate.
II. A. Young, Lamar, Mo,
L. A. Hatcher, LlmwQOd.
Jos. Fjnstor. Beaver
Art Bengor, Ueaver.
Mrs. J. .0 Miles, l!ea.ur.
I). S. Frnok, Elmnood.
F. M .English, Beaver.
J. II. Cummins, Westfork, &x'i
J.L. liobbitt, Beaver.
F. S. Davis, Liberal, Kanj8
H. M. Bulick.Bcaver.
Mary E, Gabbcrt, Ashland Kas.
Heury Niahols, Forgan.
Mrs M. E. Spurgeou, Sallua, Kaa'
P. N. Mayo, Forgan.
A. L Fosher, Beaver.
A. W. Foster, Madison,
4J. L. Rector, Grafton, W. V.
Dolly Howard, Lloyd Minster, Canada
Tiy J. W. Thompson.
j Lois O. Ward, Englowood, Kao.
uaouu nciieiiuacii, Jiaruuior, K'Mt
John Rodman, Olarouca tephsson
and Sarah Wlokham, MftOison all h
Mrs. Sarah Wlokham ' J
ii. N. Sexton, Balko.
Chas. Mjhs,Norrofln. ,
Homer Hill, Boaver.
A. M, Burman, Beaver,
E. L, Owens, Beaver.
J. A, Trout, Bronaugh, Mo
G W. Clark, Chicago,!!!,
Oeo. Nelson, Tajrlor Ridge, 111,
R.ervfrew Investment Co.
Farm Loans. Insurance
W. F. Carson, Agt., Beaver, Oklahoma.
"NATIONAL" Rvibber Filler 5
l,,, your auto easing with NATIONAL RUBBER z
S FILLER. Sas our caaiugs, eliminates inner tubes,
does away with punctures, blow outs, rim cuts and the :s
pump. Alwajs Ready. Talws away "Worry. Sec ;
DR. L. S. MUN5ELL, Agt. J2
j: llcacr, Oklahoma TS,
Farm Loans and Farm Lands
G. L. GARLINGHOUSE,
Low rates on
The Oklahoma State Fair,
September 25th to October 2d.
Round trip rate
Forgnu to Oklahoma City
Effective September 21th.
Good Tor return up to and
including midnight Oct. 3d
C. L. Fontaine, G. P. A.
Are You Going to Build?
If so, it will pay you lo let us figure on your job;
Yc have had .years of experience as
Contractors and Builders
No job too large or none too small for us to handle
in a Pjkillf nl 'Workmanlike manner. Both new and
repair work solicited.
We Fix ANYTHING.
Phone Beaver or LaKemp. Beaver, Oklahoma
Plies Cured In 6 to H Days
Your drucelut will rtlund money It PAZO
OINTMENT (alii to aire tnr ce ol Itchinz,
Wind, Dletdlrc or rrotrudlnit Piles I n 6 to 14 days.
Tbe first application clvta I!ue aod Hot. JOc.
POSTS and GLASS
(Good Old Colorado toal
You can find just what you
x vavit at our yard and our prices-
c rignt, too. um3 m
P t!UL W. ioht & CO.
E. T j, uunt TIRBy, Local Manager
for good loans
N. A. RICE Agent,
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
The worst caiti.no mailer of how lone ilnnjlnc,
are cured by Ihe wonderful, old reliable Dr.
rotter s Authentic Healing Oil. It telleres
1'aln and Ileal at tbe same time. :Sc,S0c. 51X0
for ' Business,
. iOlO U0X, roreat Oottano. Kv.
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