The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 24, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 24, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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HliAVER BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1910.
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U you wnnt h loan ! FriizoiV ml
Fivp War Form lans Nn del
Night tirin at County OUirk's iifiW
Plenty o( money to loan on farm
Call at County Clerk's office.
Born To E. 0. Plttman nnd wife oi
Dalko Wednpsday November 23 1010.
Don't forget the masque ball at ihi-
K. P. Hull Thanksgiving night Novem-
ber 24th. Everybody Invited.
When you noil your poultry don't
forget Water A Oolgan Meade Kan
sas see their adv in this Issue
Gniphophonea nnd Records for sale
at Beaver Hdw. & Furn. Storo. Rec-
ords fit any graphophnne.
DRY CLEANING DYEING nnd
PRESSING. Call on Mrs. W. II
Kobertson at the millinery store tf
Have you an Poultry for sale?
Look up Water A Colgan's adv. of
Meade Kansas. They offer the high-
est market price.
J- J. Fulkenon of Dombey one of
the old-time cowmen and ranchers of
the Sharp'i; creek country was a Bea-
ver visitor Friday.
Go to Dr. Munsell for a perfect fit in
spectaoles and nose glasses Specta-
cles from 60r to $20.00. Spectacle cas-
es from 10j to 60?. U--3 tf
Miss Anna Evans who is teaching
school ten mllc'roouthwest of Beaver
came in Wednesday evening to spend
Thanksgiving with her parents at Riv-
erside. BIG MONEY Wo want an agent I
every town; salary and commission;
WAIER & COLQAN
OF MEADE KANSAS
Want your Turkeys Hen Springs Old
Rposters Ducks and Geese. We pay the
Highest Market Price and pay cash . . .
Waier & Colgan Produce Co.
We also buy Stock Hogs and Hides
i " Deestrict Skule "
At K. ol P. HALL
Wednesday Night November 30th
The most laughablo plr; rvor presented. You can't afford to
miss It. If you can't laugh don't come. It is a side-splitting
comedy. Every minuto filled up with fun. "Laugh and tho
world laughs with you." Come and bring your friends. You'll
miss half of your life if you don't hear and soe
" The Deestrict Skule "
Reserved Seat 50c
General Admission - - 35c
'S-y Children 25c
I liavo added a complete lino of Grooerioa to my
Everything fresh and clean nnd
.Wo sell for Cah and you get the
C. C. DeGRAW
Come in and see us.
relerpnces required; for full partlou-
Uih iidilnv Suliicrlpttnn Dept. NA
dONAL SPORTSMAN Inc. 75 Fed-
ral St. Boston Mnm. 10-27 11-17
Mrs Roy Uruwn burned her hand
liilte severelv on n hot lamp chimney
Tuesday morning The Injury whllo
alnful Is nut serious
DUtrlct Court convened in Beaver
Tuesday the 22d Inst A great num-
ber of cases are not involved this term
ind a targe attendance is not expected.
School Marnter-"What Is tho earth?"
Scholar "What the Democrat party
wanted and didn't get." Deestrlck
At the K. P. Hull. Wednesday night
D. PI Miller nnd son Kcid purchas-
ed the West Bide livery barn the past
week and have taken poieossion of the
same. Mr. Miller understands the
business and has some good horccsand
rigs. Wo predict that he will conduct
a successful business.
' I am pleased to recommend Chain.
borlaln's Cough Remedy as the best
thing I know of and safest remedy for
coughs colds and bronchial trouble"
writos Mrs. L. B. Arnold of Denver
Colo". "We have used it repeatedly
and it has never failed to givo relief."
For salo by all dealers.
Skule Marster-"Who was tho strong
Ezckiel My paw; he killed a awful
big steer t'other day." The Deestrlck
At the K. P. Hall Wednesday night
I The really great never grow old.
They have that kind of greatness that
keeps them young. The world may
not know or caro about them but they
go on their way rejoicing and the
place is filled with the sweet incense
from their lives that falls like the ben-
ediction after prayer. Ex.
nnd wo aro
soiling them right.
For aln In the sldo and chest
dampen n piece of flannel with Cham-
berlain's Liniment and bind Hon over
tho seat of pnln. Thero is nothing
better. For sale by nil dealers.
The family of G. W. Bailee of tho
N rth Flats Is soriously afllloted with
pneumonia. Four sons and Mr. Balleo
are down with tho malady and aro In
a precarious condition. W trust that
their condition may speedily Improve
"I do not believe thero Is any c thor
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpln Junction
City Ore. This remedy is also unsur-
passed for colds and croup Foi sale
by all dealers.
Years are not an.evldence of old age
A really good and noble person nover
grows old. I ho years may como and
pllo themselves up by tho icoro yet if
lovo peace and benevolence llvo with-
in us wo can remain as cheerful nnd
youthful ns in tho early sprlngtlmo of
our lives. Tulsa Standard
If they did millions would voto Dr
King's Now Life Pills the tiuo remedy
for women. For banishing dull fagged
feelings backache or headache consti-
pation dispelling colds Imparting ap-
petite and toning up tho syston
they'ro unequaled. Easy safe sure
25c. at F. O. Tracy's.
Miss Mattio Thompson trained nurse
of Liberal Kansas visited several
days this week with Misses Erma Grab-
tree and' Maude Thomas. She was
called Tuesday to th homo of G. W.
Sallee to take charge of cases of pneu-
monia. Mr. Sallen and four sons aro
sick with the miilady. Miss Thomp-
son is a Jewel in a sick room and if
relief is possible she and Dr. Long
who is in attendance will bring it to
the suffering patients'.
Skulo Marstor "What is a pro-
noun and givean example?"
1 Scholar "A word used instead of a
inun: Mary milks the cow; tho cow
stands for Mary when she milks her
therefore cow is a pronoun." Deo
Dedicate M. . Church.
Tho M. E. Church of tho North Flats
wilt be dedicated with appropriate ex-
ercises Sunday the 27th Inst. Presid-
ing Elder Burns will be present and
conduct tho ervices. Ho will preach
at 10 a. m. and again at 2 p. m. All
aro invited to como.
Mr. Otto Paul Milwaukee Wis.
says Foley's Honey and Tar is still
mora than tho best. Ho writes us
"All thoso that bought it think it Is
tho best for coughs and colds thoy
ever had and I think it is still more
than' tho best. Our baby had a bad
cold and it cured him in ono day.
Pleaso accept thanks For sale at F.
0. Tracy's Drugstore.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our hcartfolt
thanks to the many good friends and
neighbors who by their many kind aots
and presence helped to care for our
dear mother both during her slokneis
and at her death.
CniLDiiEH or Mns. Rum Smith.
Thore is little danger from a cold or
from an attack of tho grip except when
followed by pneumonia and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation nnd extensive snip
by its remarkablo cures of colds and
grip and can bo rolled Upon with im-
plicit confidence For salo by all
Roll of Honor.
The following readers of tho Herald
have remembered us with a renewal or
now subscription tl:n past week:
W. O. May Riversido new sub.
U. B. May. Riverside new sub.
D. M. Maokey Nye renewal
R. L. Graham Oohiltroo Tor.
J. W. Maplo Wilmore Kans now
D II. Flinn Elm wood now sub
Ray C. Smith Chino Calif. new
E. L. Rector Grafton W. Vs.
W. 0. Schmokor Nye now sub
8. E. Eckles Clear Lako. renowal.
Chas. Swindall Woodward renewal.
Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Livor
Tablots do not sicken or gripe and may
bo taken with porfect safety by tho
most delicate woman or tho youngest
child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
niding and strengthening -their weak-
ened digestion and for regulating tho
bowels. For salo by all dealers.
Both Speedy and Effective.
This indicates tho notion ot Foley
Kidney Pills as 8. Parsom Dattle
Creek Mich. illustrates : "I havo been
afflicted with n severe case of kidney
and bladdor trouble for whloh I found
no relief until I used Foley's Kidney
Pills. These cured mo entirely of all
my ailments. I was troubled with
backachos and sovcro shooting pains
with annoying urinary irregularities.
Tho stetdy uro of Foley Kidney Pills
rid mo entirely of all my former trou-
bles. For sale at F. O. Tracy's.
District Court Proceedings.
Stato vs. Culwoll Dismissed on mo-
tion of County Attornoy.
State vs. Knto Pennington adultery
Dismissed on motion of Co Attorney.
Stato vs. Euguno Sword burglary
Plead guilty; sentenced to penitontla-
ry for a term of flvo years.
Jones vs. Jonos divorce and alimo-
ny Divorco granted.
Marker vs Hextablo suit to quiet
title Judgment for plaintiff.
Grayson vs Grays-' n. divorce Dis-
missed at cost of plaintiff
South vs. Hibbs Foreclosure Judg-
ment for plaintiT.
MIn.or vs. Mlntor Divorce Decree
of divorce granted
Patterson vs. County Commission-
ers Suit on county warrants Judg-
ment for plaintiff.
In nil suits on county warrants Judg-
ment was rendered In fnvorof plaintiff.
Rank of Reaver City vs. R. Hall and
John Larkin Judgment Demurrer
Uank of Beaver City vs. John Mc-
Cune nnd John Lnrkin Judgment-
R. L. Dickson vs. Frank J. Blrdsall
Henry Nichols Robt. McFnrland nnd
G. II. Healy. Injunutlon Injunction
dissolved. Plaintiff filed his motion
for an appeal.
Good Results Always Follow
The use of Foley Kidney Pills. They
are upbuilding strengthening nnd
soothing. Tonic In action quick In
results. For sale ntF. O. Tracy's
S. S. Strong
General Contractor and Builder. A
high class of lVorinr Finish and Stair
Work a specialty. Referenco on ro
quejt. Residence Jn-.southpart-at
V-n- w 7SiiHsV
Ono pair of Mules 6 yeafs'old' well
broke weight 1000 pounds $350.00.
Ono pair bay horses 4 nnd 6 years old
weight 1000 pounds J230.00 if taken
at onco. Will tell either or both.
U-2i 12-1 2w.
No hunting allowed on my place
T. D. CAMPBELL
10-27 11-24 pd Elmwood. Okla.
Fidelia E. Carter D C
All Diseases Treated Without Drugs
Offlco: Room 1 Whito House Hotel.
llEFOHT Or THE CONDITION OF
HIE BANK OF BEAVER CITY
at Denier In tbs Btats ot Oklahoma at the
Jdose ot business November 10th 1910
Loans and Discounts 519211.19
Orordratts secured and unsecured... 6M.51
Stocks bonds warrant etc 21831 Ml
Hanking lloe 1.UJU.U0
Furniture and Futures 2200.00
Due front llanka .. .10.MJ.60
Checks and otbercash item 11J.M
Cain la bunk f.sia.lv
Capital Stock paid In 810000.00
Surplus Fund 3187.23
Undltlded Fronts Less Expentes and
Individual Deposits subject to Check. .. 80.3S9.S2
Illlla I'arubU ......
Liabilities otUor than those abors stated .None.
State ot Oklahoma County ot Reaver (as.) .
I F. Lauxbrln Cashier ot the above named
Bank do solemnlr swear that the above stato-
ment Is true to the best ot raj knowledge and be
llof so help me God. F. LicoiiRiif Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lstu da j
ot Novterabjr M0.
Jaubi II. Ckabtbh Notary rublle.
r. ;. in act j
J W. wKBb Directors.
-df" Advertising if the fer-
"Jt tillrer of doll business '
M toil. Itswork is magic Thin
weazened trada becomes a thing of
power when Its roots feel tho healthy
I sunlight of pu'Jicity.
"Alutn in food must
W. Joinion lclt Vmi-tmty.
Read tho Babel Buy no
baking powder unless the
Cream of Tartar guaranties
A straight honest Cream oi Tartar
Baking Powder. Made from Grapes.
Makes better more XieaftthSul food.
Said witifocut deceptions ''
Dies of Consumption.
Mrs. John Nowlin of Six Mile died
Tuesday evening at her homo nfter a
lingering Illness of consumption. Tho
many ftlcnds of tho family of that
community extend sincere sympathy
tj the bereaved relatives.
Card of Thanks
We wish to extend our thanks to nil
nt-iRhbors and friends for their kind-
ness and assistance in laying our little
drllng to rest.
Mn. and Mns. Cr.Aunr. Donham.
vO"." "v v:-
: As tho holidays draw noar many a
criminal in our state Institutions looks
forward to a pardon from tho govornor.
; Thanksgiving Ball I
K. of P. HALL
Thursday Night Nov. 24th t
TRADE AT HOME
Wo have goods and prices that cannot bo beat on
Sewing Machines for example at $18.50
Heating Stoves from - $4.00 to $20.00
Guns that cannot be bought any cheaper In a
We have just put in a nice assortment of Beautiful
Enamolwaro ask to see it It is no highor priced than
lots of inforlor stuff.
Wo also handle a complete lino of Caskets for thoso
who aro so unfortunate as to need thom.
Wc expect to bo hero long after a railroad comes.
Wo will oxpect your trade then and wo respect it now-
Call on us beforo sending out of tho state.
therefore net m a liolion.'
And what a serious tusk it it for such
governors. Men doomed to wait year
after year1 grow desperato and blttor.
Shall such bo given freedom? Mothers
wives and other loved ones cry beg
nnd prostrato thcmtelvet before tho
magistrate nnd pity grave deep pity
is awakened but to grant pardon
shall ho? Wo who aro enjoying our
homos and our freedom can only guest
at tho longing in tho heart of the pris-
oner for homo and 'love and freedom
but tho governor knows it all and
stnnds a mark for nil such great trage-
dies that lies behind the prison doors.
No wo would not want to be the'gor-
emor of any stato at Ohrlitmastide.
liar ekttdnnt . ui No oplaff
- 1USL W W.M. UJ
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