The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 21, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper Republican for Principle
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY APRIL 21 1910.
i Your Bank Account i
When you start an account do you give yonr selection of ti
bank the same careful and Intelligent consideration that you do
all other actions which directly a licet your business or financial
affairs? Do you know that the bank you decide upon will always
bo willing and able to return the favors you show by transacting
your business through them? Do you believe that when you
consistently favor a bank by depositing and otherwise this fact
makes it right and propor that (lie bank should make an especial
effort to take care of you when you need accommodations?
We believe it does.
Not one of our customers who has consistently and regularly
done hia business with us but who when he needed an accomoda-
tion ha been able to secure it. It is not tho amount of business
you do which makes a bank value your account but your steadi-
ness and regularity. If you do all your business with one bank
and in a buslnossliko way oven though that business is small in
amount you make it obligatory on that bank to accommodate
you proportionately when you need it.
Il is for you to select tho bank which is able and willing to do
so. Wo arc both able and willing and if these advantages ap-
peal to you wo Invito you to biicomo one of our valued and satis-
fled customers. Ir you have been refused a necessary accommo-
dation by some bank with whom you havo deposited nnd would
like to become connected with a bank who will always gladly re-
ciprocate your favors wo invito you to call and see and wo be-
lieve the intorview will bo mutually beneficial.
If You Have Money Deposit it With Us
If You Need Money Borrow It of Us.
W. J. Jones is still steadily improv-
ing. Mrs Alice Nader's hew residence on
Second street Ib Hearing completion.
Slates tablets chalk and all school
supplies at Tracy's Drug Store.
THE HOME STATE BANK
Englewood Kansas c
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The Herald for all the latest news.
MORTGAGE RELEASE Blanks for
sale at the Herald office In any quantity.
Send the Herald to a friend in the
East or some other place.
Amos Ilibbs is reported as being
Attorney F. S. Macy of Liberal
was a Beaver visitor this week.
Grandma Downing is reported as be-
ing quite sick.
J. W. Webb left the first of tho week
on a visit to various points in Illinois
Mrs. Webb will accompany him home.
DRY CLEANING DYEING and
PRESSING. Call on Mrs. W. II.
Robertson ut tho millinery store. tf
Mrs. Ruth Smith who was so se-
riously ill last week is slowly improv-
ing. Art and Enoch Quinn Hindu a busi-
ness trip to Meade Kansas Satarday
Mrs. C. M. Savage who lias been
spending tho year past in California
returned to Beaver tills week.
Tho Food sale by the Ladies' Circle
and conducted at Miles' storo Satur
day was well patronized nnd many
good things to cat were on sale.
Sweet William An old buggy can
bo mado to look like new by applying
Gloss Blask Perma-Lac on the gearing.
Sold by F. 0. Tracy.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidnoy and bladder trouble
not beyond the reach of medicine. No
medicine can do more. For sale by
F C Trany
First Showing of New Spring. Hats
DRESS AND SPRING HATS
Come in early and make your selections. Wo havo
a nice new stock and they arc beauties. Buy early
and get tho full benefit of your hat all season.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson
Watson Studio i
West side 1st door north of Bulick's grocery
February 12th Ending
Wo will mako One Dozen Cabinet Photographs on
0x0 cord regular price $3.50 and $4.00 now per doz $1 00
Paper weight free with each 1 Dozen postals
Wo mako theso prices in ordor to mako room for our
Sprind linn of Folders and Mounts.
We have in stock a swell line of
Folders and Mounts that are not in-
cluded at the price above. Prices
to please all. Wqrk must please
or we make it pleasq
The various census enumerators are
not finding it as hard to secure high
valuations of property us did the hon-
orable assessors who lately interviewed
Prompt relief in all cases of throat
and lung troublo if you uso Chamber-
Iain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to
take soothing and healing in effect.
Sold by F 0 Tracy.
Mrs. Sarah Walker and Miss Mary
Seaver arc visiting at tho homo of
their brother Charles Seaver at Koko-
mo this week.
Diarrhpea should be cured without
lo3s of time and by medieino which
like Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy not only cures but
produces no unpleasant after effects.
It never fails and pleasant and safe to
take. Sold by F. C. Tracy
Abstraots Insurance Loans. Come
see me I do business? in a business
way. Don't wait but write today.
There is no cough medicine so popu-
lar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It wver
fails to cure coughs and colds and is
especially recommended for chronio
and bronchial coughs. Sold by F C
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving all im-
purities out of the system insuring a
freo and regular condition and restor-
ing the organs of the body to health
and strength. Sold by F C Traoy
John Ilinklo nnd fahiily moved out
to tho farm this week whore they will
look after spring farming. Miss Mao
will remain in Beaver and will bonrd
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Every family and especially thoso
who reside in tho country should be
provided at all times with a bottlo of
Chamberlain's Liniment. There is no
tolling when it may bo wanted in the
caso of an accident or emergency. It
is most excellent in all cases of rheu-
matism sprains and bruises. Sold by
F G Tracy
EVER Much said
about a good title to
land. If your title
is defective 'tis the
alk of the town. Your neigh
bor knows more than you
Tells more than he knows.
Have the title perfected. Stop
Md business is to make abstracts of
title. I also see that defects arc cured
Part of tho business. I know how.
There is a legal educatiQn at your ser-
Beaver Co. Abstract Office
WALTER C FRAZER
Fifty Years tho Standard
Mado from Grape
Highest award Chicago
Miss Borthn Turner who hns linen .1. K. Georuo. iMinltnll.it mwl mr.
boarding at John Hlnkle'a is now stay- chant of Liberal Kaiieat was a Beaver
ng with Mrs. J D.Stone.
visitor Tuesday .
Attorney A. S. MukHon returned
from Hot Springs Ark. thu past week
Sheriff D P Miller returned from
lot Springs Arkansas tho first of tho llllloll mprom ;
..v.. .u id iui;iuiK in Mi- i iinrinr
physically and says his visit to that
famous health resort did him a world
of good. IIo roturned bv wav of Kan
sas City bringing his little daughtor
i'.niu wiio has neon at that plnco re-
ceiving eye treatment homo with him
Enid was also much benefitted by her
I tardy V. Pitts of Plenums Texas
and family wore Bonvur visitor anil
guests at tlio home of J. O. Miles and
wife tills week
.las. Donnely wife and daughter
who wore called hero by the Hiiriouu
Illness of Mrs. Donuoly's motlior Mrs.
Kuth Smith returned this week to
their homo nt Woodward.
Your tongue is coated .
Your breath is foul.
Headaches como and go.
These symptoms show that vour
stomach is in trouble. To romove the
cause Is tho first thing and Ohanibor-
Inln' Stnmni-ii in.1 T :..... ...i.
--....IUII ii ji i i ii ninia " .- ' nil it'll
do that. Eiirv to Ink ni ..'. ..t rotl blood; give clear skin rosv nhfnk
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C Tracy i lno C0l"PI"tC health . Try Mjb'm;
-.uuoi i j i mujr h
The Call of the Blood
for purification Minis voice in pimples
uoiih eniiou comploxiim. u jaundiced
look moth patches and blotches on tho
skin all signs of livor troublo. But
Ur. King's New Llfo Pills make rich
Having- liccniuo Hi" exclusive owners
of thn BuUok it Co. storo inoliHiiigf
all outstanding accounts we bto un-
der the ni'ct'Hsity of asking nil who rti
owing accounts to call nnd snttlo tho
anmu either by cash or uotn nt their
very enrlinst convenience. By doing
this you will onnblo us to extend fur-
ther fiiiirVu.oii'ft to the people and thus
help nil parties.
Extending thanks to all old custom-
ers nnd inviting all in need of any-
thing in our line to givo us their pat-r
ronngo Vfo are very respectfully
0. I). Smith it Sox.
j . umu mm
fectlvo: Sold" by FC Tracy
Worse Than Bullets
Bullets have often caused loss suffer-
ing to soldiurs thnti tho fczemn. L.W.
Ilurriiiiau Burlington Mo. got In tint
nnny nnd suffered with forty year.
"But Buck tin's Aruicu Salve cured me
when all ol fulled" ho writes. Groat-
est healer .for Sores Ulcers Boilf
Btitris CtJiw. Vqund Bruisoi and ;
riles V5o ntJj" C Tracy's
A large line of MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING
LADIES' WAISTS and SKIRTS. ALSO TAILOR
MADE SUITS for both MEN and WOMEN
Call and see our line of Ginghams and Summer Dress
Complete line Men's Ladies' and Childrens' Oxfords
Globes and Mantels for low Pressure Lamps
CARHART OVERALLS Stock complete and price
Call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere
J. W. WEBB.
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