The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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JM00E 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
rUHLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY.
SoUred t tli potolllcent Hon.r Oklahoma
I locond elms ninll nutter
Aclvcrtlslni; rates made known upon
application. Prices reasonable.
Subscription Price f 00 a Year
W L Hcardslcy
D. 1. Miller
J W Cuhv.-ll
0 W Meeks
Ada B Smith
O 0 Maphet
J! 0 Lewis
A 1 Hatfield
Hupt oT Schools
Register of Deeds
Com. 1st District
Com. 2d District
Com 3d DIbtrlct
The First Monday In January April
July and October.
U. S. Land Office Woodward
E S Wiggins - - Receiver
Geo. D. Ornr - - Register
District Court Officers.
Hon. It. II. Loofbourrow Judge
Hon. John Embry U. S. Attorney
John It. Abornathy U. S. J.fnrslial
W. T. Qulnn District Clurk
The First Monday In January April
July and October.
L. S. MUNSEIX M.D.
Answers : Professional : Calls
NIGHT AND DAY.
In a Horsomobile that docs
not balk or stick in the sand.
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FiDELITY ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Do a General Abstract Business.
Accuracy Guaranteed and Prompt
Boaver Oklahoma. "
MENU FOR THANKSGIVING
Old-Pnsliloneil Dishes Arc Hcst For
The Day of Family Reunions
Thanksgiving day nlways eeems to
bo the homiest of the holidays for e-
cry family han its customs traditions
and special dishes sacrjd to the day
which the lliistes naturally taken
into account in planning the day'
feiiBt for family nnd friendH.
OUl-fiiBliJoiu'd dNhes are the first
tliought whfch pops into the house
keeper'M head. The trouble with the
old-fashioned dinner was its extreme
heartiness nnd its preponderance of
solids.. Modern dinners are much less
hearty and are broken with relishes
salads and lees.
The table decorations have under-
gone as great a change as the menu.
Formerly all efforts were concentrated
on the centerpiece. Now low center
decorations are most popular nnd lie
dividual servlco is carried out as far as
The following menu is suggested :
Cream of Celery Soup Croutons
Raked Rluuiisli Mutter Sauce
Potatoes au Clratlu
Roast Turkey Cranberry'Sauce Naked
Celery Olives Sweet Pickles
Cherry lco Celery and Apple Salad
Orackeis and Checsu
Mince Pio Pumpkin Tarts
Fruit Bonbons CoiTcd
Use yellow caudles nnd shades if
they are needed. Orange-skin baskets
and banana boats aro vpretty for the
jellies. The ices or creams may be
frozen in the ear-o.fcorn molds and
the bonbons should be candy vegeta-
blt s carrots peas radishes beets and
turnips In tiny market-baskets Tl o
Kcw Idea Woman's Magnzino for November.
i fflPSbedK o merit
has this mark of security on the
When you find that name on the
sole you're as certain
quality as you can
J i fev. shoes and we sell
Rlno Rliopfi fete. w them here.
Try "SELZ" School Shoes
For your Children this fall.
They give Satisfaction.
FRED C. TRACY
Farmers' Institute Dates.
Notice is hereby given for the hold-
ing of the annual meeting of the Coun-
ty Farmers' Institutes on the west
side of the mate. Two-day meetings
will be held nt the county seats. The
forenoon sessions will begin nt 10
o'clock and the afternoon sessions nt
Thu Institutes will he held rain or
shine Thu counties arc arranged In
itineraries to save time nnd expense
and It will not be convenient tqchnnge
A night session will be held on the
evening of the first day beginning nt
8 o'clock. Stercopticon views with
slides of the Government experiments
on cereal nrops. with proper lecture on
mime will be given nt the night ses-
sion. Forage- crops coreal crops and
the live stock Industry nnd dniry sub-
jects will be made a specialty in nil
the Institutes throughout the state.
State lecturers will be present to dis-
cuss subjects of interest to farmers and
business men. Farmors aro urged to
bring their wives and children nnd
attend these meetings. Discussion on
domestic science will be given for the
ueueiit oi me mutes
A full set of olllcers will bo elected
also a delegate to represent the county
at the annual lustltutu to be held In
Stillwater the second Tuesday in Aug-
ust of 1DI0 The meeting is free nnd
open to everybody. Relow aro dates
and places of Institute-:
COUNTY PLACE DATE
Woodward Woodwnrd Oct 25-20
Heaver Heaver Nov. 1-2
Texas Ouymon 3-1
Cimarron Boise City 5-0
Oklahoma Stato Board' of Agricul-
ture. J. P. Co.vnoiis President
Superintendent of Farmers Institutes
Jons 0. Elliot.
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irrigated lands timber lands or free
government land open to homestead
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Archer S. Barrow
Auctioneer and Live Stock'Saiesman.
Will cry sales anywhere. Address
tflnrls. Oklahomn. It. F D. No. 2.
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Constipation Stomach and
by stimulating these organs ard
restoring their natural action.
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x bought under market prices
Our bargain tables extend the length of the
these goods this fall.
A new line of
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Wichita Weekly' Eagle" Kansas'
greatest metropolitan weekly news-
paper. Only 25 cents n year.
Swekt WillUm An old buggy can
bo mado to look liko new by applying
Qloss Blnsk Permn-Lac on the gearing.
Sold by F. O. Tracy.
Ono line of Information Inyourhome
paper may be worth a life-time sub-
scription to you subscribe now I
Try the Herald Job rooms wlth.your
next order for stationery.
Send the Herald to a friend in the
East or some other place.
Slates tablets chalk and all school
upplles at Tracy's Drug Store.
"My mother is a great suf-
ferer from rheumatism and Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is the only
remedy that relieves her."
MRS. G. DAVENPORT
Roycefield N. J.
-The pains of rheumatism are
almost invariably relieved with
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They
also overcome that nervous irri
tation which prevents sleep be-
cause they soothe the nerves. To
chronic suffers they are invalu-
able. When taken as directed
they relieve the distress and
save the weakening influence of
pain which so frequently pros-
trates. Many sufferers use them
whenever occasion requires with
the greatest satisfaction why
not you? They do not derange
the stomach nor create a habit.
Why not try them? Get a pack-
age from your druggist. Take it
according to directions and if
it docs not benefit he will return
- .if t rt '
In addition to our complete Jine.oU; $
Dry Goods ;".;:
We have secured in the eastern markets
SCORES OF BARGAINS
store. You cannot afford to
Children's and Misses Cloaks
this fall is included in these bargains
DOCTOR NEWLON r y
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls answered in Automobile. Resi-
dence Telephone Number Twenty-five.
BEAVER - - OKLA
DR. J. A. MILLER
have located In Beaver for the
practice of dentistry in all its branch-
es. Plate work u specialty. I will bo
absent from my ofnecond week begin-nlng-wlth
the first Monday in each
J. A. MlLtER
It. E. Dickson A. 8. Dickson
DICKSON & DICKSON
BKAVEB . - OKLAHOMA
0. C. WYBRANT. -
1st door cast of Land Office.
WOODWARD " - OKLAHOMA.
w. a. br i a as
1st door east of Land OfTIco
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA.
DEAN & STEPHENSON
Practice in all Courts.
'Land and Commercial Law a
EHOOKER and WOODWARD. OKLA
Post Office Hours
Changed by.order post master gen-
eral. Will take effect on and after
February 1st 10O0 as follows
Lobby open from 7 A. M. to 0:30 P.
M. Office open for business 7 :30 A. M
to 0 P. M. Sundnys one hour after
arrival of mall.
Jno. R. Thomas
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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1909, newspaper, October 14, 1909; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68762/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.