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PUBLIC AUCTION at BEAVER CITY
Saturday, May 1-ft, 1920
consisting: principally of Scotch Cattle vi th a few well selected Scotch Topped lots interspersed.
35 LOTS ARE PURE SCOTCH
and in prime condition, ready to make
useful matrons and herd leaders
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BULLS i Ip
15 BULLS WILL BE SOLD
in this consignment, 10 of which are Scotch, including: the Imported Aristocrat, Vilage Royalist, 832381, the prize winner in
the recent Kansas City Central Show and Sale. Four other Scotch bulls that will make excellent herd headers are offered
in this sale. They are whites, reds, and roans. KHSMW
Never before in the hi-tory of Northwestern Oklahoma have the breeders had such an opportunity to secure Scotch
cattle of foundation type and blood as th ey are having on this occasion.
' The royal blood lines represented are as follows and to a breeder of the best,
here is where you interest him Crookshank Lavender, Vilagers, Marsh Violets,
Queen of Butterflies, Spleen worts, Victorias, Rosenmarys and other blood lines of
leading families. Sale will be held regardless of weather conditions.
Catalogs mailed on application to H. L.Burgess, Chelsea, Okla.
AUCTIONEERS: Col. E. F. Herriff, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Col. H. T. Rule, Otta
wa, Kans.; Col. Boyed Newcomb, Wichita,Kans., Col. Lacy of Nash and Col. Allen
of Cherokee, Okla. and the local auctioneers of Beaver City.
, n nxuniU Owners
J. d. uuuuiNiuni
MflfcFy.'fltjfeJi fc1 Lr
Serene Spray son of the great Hampton Spray,
the bull that the veteran importer, S. C. Hanna pro
nounced the best bull he etcr owned.
This bull is at the head of J. B. Parks' herd, Chel
sea, Oklahoma, placed there by tCt L. Burgess and
represents the character of the animals sold by him.
JIKS TIME AT IK)I)OI! CITJf
W. T Qulnn, governor for Heaver
county of the (J runt Sonthwest As
sociation Is In receipt or the follow
ing letter from the secretar) or the
Arhct-i"! n p-nniwlng big meet
ing at Podge Cltr. May 6tli, and urs
ine attendant of Heaver county rep
resentatives This will bo a ureal
meeting and well worth while. Those
who can do o should Join Mr. Qulnn
and let Heater county bo well repre
sented Head tho letter and you'll
want to go
Dodge City, Kansas. April 8, 1920.
Mr W T Qulnn.
Dear Mr Qulnn
We are writing ou today In regard
to a matter that will renulru consid
erable amount of boosting on jour
part s ou tery likely know, the
L'nnrn. I'll,. Plinlnlmr nf Pnlllfttorrt
Trade Train will make Its first all
night stop' in Dodge City. May fith
You will sea b) the minutes of the
last row ting of the Hoard nf Gov
ernor that tho Got mors decided to
comp:. t' jriangementa- to nato a rep
pletcly In the back ground on this
date. This body has agreed to sacri
fice for once its own Interests for the
greater Interests or tho Great South
west Association. In other words the
success or tho whole evening depends
upon ou. so let's get busy with this
Wo aro well pleased with the man
ner In which the funds hato been
coming Into Mr. Isloy's hands. Very
row or tho counties hate not made
their payments. This should bo at
tended to at once.
Moping jou will give tho Kansas
City Chamber or Commerce The
Great Southwest Association affair
jour undivided attention from now
until that date, I remain
THE CHEAT SOUTHWEST AS
SOCIATION. DONALD MACIVOIt.
MvWS 1'ltO.M WHIM Kit HEAVEIt-ITI-S
In a letter front Mrs. Cbas K
;-ni',iTnn 7,1 Vnn r,n. r.in 1 Twyrord. rormorly or Heaver but now
oV i0r1m,hrntf,rt0"na" Pueblo. Co.Od ordering a
lolnt meetlne with the Kai.sas t'ltt change 'n nddross or Tho Herald,
ChaUrl, roT, ere mn Thnre news Is given of former Hcavorltes
Vilnius'" '! iiiiiiiicivr iiiTTf ni"4" . , . . a it
VIII be !'. Kansas Cltlans heio that " Io e1 lnC ",'1,?-ns1 fo,lo,WM( I
night and we will r course being S,J arr' ullck visited us last
it, i..i . i ,,,11 nn,M!,.,r it,.,. k Was not tery well Ills son,
Without' doubt-this will be iht-,'' w" recovering iron, pneumon
most important meeting of the as-If s8 ,"' ,w'te t"1 ,on,RS for
eocla ion since its ereotion As a """ . T i .. . i !
,,.,.. ..r ,....n.i..,, t n.i.hi inrn conrilcil Ho Is singing In tho choir
you -list If tin development of the!"' l!al,on ,c '' Charlie Saw Jlr
Great SmilhweHt Association ami Its '?' .""'' J,or huRband last week
relation ii. Kansas Clt commercial Both looked well and prosperous
Inter. t- improperly pictured hereon J,ao,nl Ml(, ls so.n'or nur ' tly
that nlKht. the awuiclalion cofffw ," """; " ", m uiv
sa TS&m 'fsi?:. giRy sw5CEii.
Ik - Jirr r -jf f " l .yyawi g .rr yv ' 'Jar mMia'.i I l 1
Discriininattnt: buyers will find spread before them in our store such an
array of valuu- as cannot be found in any other establishment in this city. We
buy tho Best fur tho Best. Not an idea has been reproduced from last year.
Wo have obeyed the mandate.", ot fashion in selecting our lines.
Our style.-, are not jaded styles; we can gratify thos hardest to suit. 'e
shall b& plad to have you come right into our store and, by seeing our new"
goods, learn the Spring Style News.
See Out New Spring Shoes
A big, new line of the very latest things in Spring Footwear just ar ,
Every pair a "Selz" Shoe which means Quality and Satisfactory Wear.
FRED G. -7RACV
home Slu is verv nonulnr
All will be glad to hear nows of I
our former Heaver friends and such I
good reports of Miss Naomi Nlles,
Chamber of Commerce. Other cltlolom, '"V Heater girls who Is tak
may do the wmie thing a little later. '" training at Pueblo Miss'
but Kansas t'lt is our flrt and big- r""l I a vr" attractlto and cap-1
tna) rerelte from $211,000 to I2S.IIU0
from Kamuix City I bate learneil
this ihrniiKh niiresontatlon 10 seter
al or the Kaimus (it dirt-dors of the
gest bet so lei- get on the Job ,u' ung lady ami her rapid ad-
Wi- nope to hatH II J Waters, "".'"' nn ner pupuiarny is wnui
managing edllor of the Kansas fHy' Beater friends would expect, know
Wee.kl Sl.tr to sound the key note I '"K ") to be so worthy. Wo ure
to the new relationship. In the prln-,'r' "iry to hear of the Illness In
-.. ... III,. Hull r 1 kft n
cipie iinuri-ss or tii etening otiipri""' "' ' I
addrc.isi to bo made will be a short- . TT.
two minute talk by each goiernur or ' - MIMA AGAIN l.MHAUKS IN
the aKaorl.itlon. coterlng only one de-l IIUSINIS
tall or the alms of our project Youri
Job Is to bring lit least ten men of! J. O. Miles who has been engaged
Influential and boosting qualities in tho grocery bulsness in Beater,
from our count) I wish to make, off mid on, for mnny years. Is agnln
It pl.iln-that this is not a Dodge City behind the counter hating opened up
nffnir The meeting would hate been iu gioccr) establlshemnt. In his
held I'loswhero along the Santa Fe. building J list north oX.Tho Herald
ir It had not been that the itlnorar) ollire. this week His many trlends
of the trade train rails for only onn will bo glad to noto his launching in
all night slop In our turrl(or and the to builnoss cltclos ot Bent or ngaln
Itinera! y rommltlee nrranpod for tho for Mllos osthbllshmonU are always
stop at this town Tho usual plan good ones and ho treats tho people.
of the Chamber of Commercu In any right, both In quality or goods or
town, ns you perhaps know, is ror foiod and the price. Welcome back,
tho lor.it Chamber of Commercu to1 Mr. Miles. I
boost lis own town to tho visiting! -
Chamber ot Commerce. I have made C. K, Jlaggurloy, of near HIntwood,
arraiigemcnts with the Dodgo City! was a business callor lu Boavor Tues
Chamber of Commcrco to stay com-ldny,
rEDEHATKI) CHL'ItCH HEHVICE
At the Federate Church April 26
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Preaching scrtlco 11:00 a. m.
The attendance at both these serv
ices Inst Sunday was particularly en-
Junior Christian Endeavor S p. m.
Senior Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
In the evening service beginning
at 8:00 tho results of the Inter-
Church Foreign Survey will bo ably
set forth in an address by Hot. W.
F Foosbce ot Forgan. Also condi
tions, both in homo and rorclgn fields
will be clearly shown In an Illustrated
lecture in which nearly ono hundred
lantern slides arc UBCd.
Eight were baptised last Sunday
afternoon at tho placo of baptising
west of town. A largo crowd was
in attendanco at thiSNervlce. There
aro other candidates.
Aro You Hupp)'
To bo happy you must bo well If
you arc rronuontly troubled with
constipation and Indigestion you can
not lie altogether happy. Tako Cham
berlaln's Tablots to correct theso
disorder!-. They ore prompt and of
fectual, easy and pleasant to take.
BOM.V-HAMj SKMjS TO J-'ltANK
A transaction was closed the past
week whereby tho Bolin-Hnll Grain
Co., elevators at Beavor and Forgan,
were sold to Frank Kcll, or Wichita
Falls, Texas. We understand that E.
J. Home, manager tor the Bolin
Hall firm here will remain with tho
new company. Tho Herald is glad
to note the Investment made by Mr.
Kelt and his associates In this sec
tion. They are men of means and
fully able to handle the business but.
at the samo time, we regret to lose
the Bolln-Hall people They have
been Identified with tho business In
terest or Beaver tor some time and,
through their most efficient and cap
ablo manager Mr. Home and wife,
havo taken euro or their share or the
grain business in a most satisfactory
Xnlllng the Side-Stepper
"Did you observe," paid a morch
ant to a customer, "tho handsome
advertisement I havo had painted on
the railing or tho bridge?" "No."
replied the customer, "but If you
will send tho bridge around to my
house I will try to read tho announce
ment. I read tho papers and I have,
not time to run around from place to
placo to read tho billboards." Ex.
Butter, Lard, Pickles, heest
Vegetables, Fish and Oysters
Everything Clean and Sanitary
W. G. STRANATHAN, Prop. - Phone 20