The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MAY n 1911.
I Have just got located in my new
building Second Door South of
C7e Post Office-: :
I hm ready to nil nil ordors fur HATS having n full lino of Trimmings and
Fancy nralda and Slmpoa. OLD HATS MADE TO LOOK LIKE NEW.
I nlso nave a complete line of Lli.gcrlo Waists Children's Gingham and
Lingerie dresses from agu G to II. Prices from $1.23 up to $3.00-
- - DRY GOODS - -
Hose Corsets Underwear Jewelry Laces Embroidery
Books Fancy Combs Stationery Bibles
Post Cards Post Card Albums China and Glassware
MRS. W. H. ROBERTSON.
i Local News.
Subscribe for The Beaysk Herald.
Only 1.00 Per Year.
Walter 0. Frazor Abstracts. Alum-
inum building oppoii'o the binlc.
Good farm for sale boo
S. S. Stiiono Heaver Okla.
Money to loan on farms. See John
W. Savage first building east of the
A good rain visited tho section
and southwest Sunday. Only a
shower fell in this vicinity.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Rush was quite seriously ill Sun-
duy but is improved at this time.
ChaB. A. Tracy of Hydro arrived in
lteavcr last week to accept a position
as pharmacist at Tracy's drug store.
Graphophonos and Records for sale.
at Bcavor JIuw. fc urn. Store. Rec-
ords lit any graphophnne.
Quick Money Easy Terms. Apply to
John W. Savage just across tho
'bridge" for your farm loans.
DRY CLEANING DYEING nnd
PRESSING. Call on Mrs. W. II.
Robertson at tho millinery store. tf
Tho Ladles Aid Society of West
Union Methodist Episcopal Church 15
miles southwest of this city- cleared
fi 60 at tho sale last weok.
Little Frautz Thomas had a serious
attack of croup last week and was quite
sick for a few days but at this time he
Is all right again.
J. M. Howell a popular druggist of
Frocdsburg Ky. says "Wo use Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in our house-
hold and know It la excellent" Fur
sale by all dealers. s
Joe Monslnger camo In from Tratt
Kansas Friday with a flnu new 30-
horao automoblo which ho purohased
while on a visit to relatives at that
place last weok. Tho new machine is
For soreness of tho muscles whether
Induced by violent cafcrciso or injury
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This llnlmont Is also highly esteemed
for tho relief it affords In cases of rhe-
umatism. Sold by all dealers.
Dr. L. S. Munscll left Monday for
Dallas Texas In rcspomo to a messago
announcing tho sorlous lllntss of n
daughter) Mrs. Tom Carey of that
place. We trust he may Hud his daugh-
ter greatly improved upon his arrival.
James Sims wifo and littlo oie eon
of County Treasuror John 81ms camo
down from (J ray last weok accompaning I
Mrs. Sims and bringing over soino
household offcots. Tho former Mrs. '
films will remain In Beaver for several
weeks 10 receivo medical attention
EVER much Bald about a
good title to land. If
your title dtifoottvo 'tis
town taut. lour neign-
horknowJ more than you.
Tolls more than ho knows.
Havo tho title perfected.
Stop tho talk. My busi-
ne.s is tu make abstracts.
I also see that defects aro cured.
Part of tho business is to know how
.My abstracts are correct safo and
reasonable. There is n legal eduction
back of them.
Beaver Co. Abstract Office
WALTER C. FRAZER
WEST SIDE DOUGLAS AVE.
Beayor - Oklahoma
Win Roberta is ijulto seriously ill.
Sunday afternoon's shower was heavy
about eight miles up tho river.
L. B. Tooker went overCto his farm
the first of the week to remain a few
Master Hole Loofbourrow was qullo
sick tho first of tho week but Is better
at this time.
The L. I). Simons Shows at K. P.
Hall Friday and Saturday nights. Ad-
( mission lOo and 20c.
Little Miss Lois Qulnn is troubled
with mumps at present. Sho is getting
Clyde Brown of Six Milo has been
quito sick of pneumonia but is improv-
ed nttliit time.
V. D. Batman of
among tho business
county scat Monday.
Elmer Fiekel was considerably un-
der tho weather tho first of tho week
but at this time is improved.
ork. 3-0 tf
-for ordinary carpenter
"'S. H. Stiiono
Loans and Insurance. I have what
you want. John W. bavago nrst
building east of Court House
I). J. Howurd and wife of Iogan
were among our rural friends who
spent tho foro part of the week in Bea-
ver. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Edwards of La-
Kemp wero guests at tho home of
Judge and Mrs. R. II. Loolbourrow
Hugh MeFarland and others wore up
from Beaver City Okla. the latter
part of last week after a bunch of cat-
tle. Englowood (Kas.) Leader.
Sick headache results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and
can bo cured by tho use of Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
It. For sale by all dsalors
Tho usual charivari crowd made life
mlserablo for Undo John Sims and
his wife last Tuesday night until tho
treats wcru forthcoming. Everybody
hud a good time and Uncle John
treated them royally.
Mr. and Mrs. Roll Holbrook the lat-
ter a sister of J. W. Menslngor came
down with .Too from Pratt Kansas
last week In'hls now Mollne car. Tho
visitors departed Monday on the return
to their homo at Des Moines Iowa.
Now is tho tlmo to get rid of your
rhoumatism. You will And Ohambor-
Iain's Liniment wonderfully effective
Ono application will convince you of
its merits. Try It. Far sale by all
F. C. Trauy was laid up tho llrst of
the weok having his full share of troub
les. In addition to an ulcer on his
eyo which is causing him considerable
inconvenience ho stepped on a nail
Monday ondjias been nursing a pretty
sore foot since. At this lime however
ho Is about nil right again.
Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
No Nover. Its foolish to fear a fanul-cd-cvll
whon there aro real and deadly
perils to guard against in swamps and
marshes bayous and lowlands. These
aro tho malaria germs that causo ague
chills and fever weakness aches in the
bouo8 and muscles and may induce
deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters
destroys and casts out theso vicious
germs from tho blood. "Threo bottles
drovo all tho malaria from my system"
wrote Wm. Frotwell.of LucamaN. C
"and I'vo had fino health over slnco"
Use this satfe sura remedy only 50a at
Fred O. Tracy's.
As n result of tho Sunday ball game
between Beaver and LnKemp last Sun-
dad tho loys wcru arraigned before
Justico II. 1). Meese Monday afternoon
nnd wore tried by jury. Tho complaint
was disturbing tho peace. Aftor n
few minutes deliberation tho jury con
curred In a unanimous verdict of "Nut
Guilty." Personally wc would rather
that Sundny baseball be prohibited for
whllo the game itself is a harmless
sport jot it hardly seems right that
such boisterous amusement should be
Indulged In upon tha Lord's day nnd a
ball gamo without tho attending ex-
citement nnd roasting by tho "fans" of
each team would not bo a ball gamo
at all however had wo been ono of the
jury In tho trial of tho boys wo should
havo concurred In tho verdict of not
sullty for we could not oven though
we aro opposed to Sunday baseball
call It "disturbing the peace." Tho
gamo was conducted in an orderly
manner and there was no disposition
on tho part of nny of tho players to
causo troublo or even dispute when
notico was served upon them to appear
for trial Monday.
We havo only cemmendatton too for
County Attorney Spohu in his prose-
cution of tho case for ho was discharg-
ing tho duties of bis olllce as ho saw it
to bo his duty. If the lawscf ourstato
prohibit Sunday btuolmll It should be
prohibited. If tho law docs not pro
hibit and tho boys want to play then
it Is up to them. Tho Courts tho'law
tho officers nnd tho Knights of tho
ball and bat for it.
The Sunday Jaw prohibiting public
sports etc. was recently construed by
the Supreme Court they holding that
It is not unlawful to play base'ball on
Sunday in Oklahoma unless an admis-
sion fee Is charged of those who watch
Electric Railway to Meade.
Whllo a great deal of importauco has
nut developed in tho proposition of the
electric lino between Heaver and
Meade Kansas yot tho visit of a num-
ber of our 1 eop.lo to tho latter point
last week resulted In (I sort uf u pro-
position being made which in substance
Is about tho kind of a deal and tho only
deal we feel that our people would en-
tctaiu. The argument so fur as it was pre-
sented by tho chief promoters of the
enterprise looks nil right. As wo un-
derstand It the pcoplo of Beaver and
Mcado and those of the intervening
and adjacent country will be asked to
subscribe funds to tho extent of J 20 000
per mile which in tho aggregate Is ap-
proximately 1 10 000. The people will
not bn asked to givo this amount nan
bonus but to take stock in tho project
to this amount. Another favorable
feature is tho fact that no money will
bo duo or payable until tho line Is com
pleted and In operation. When the
matter Is under way and definite steps
arc taken wo trust our people w ill give
It duo consideration and wo feel Ithey
Miss MaltieTliompson trained nurse
of Liberal Kansas who has been at-
tending Mrs. L. Fisher of tho North
Hat tho past two weeks returned to
Beaver tho first' of tho week nnd after
a fow days visit with tho Hhrau) fam-
ily went on over to Liberal- Mrs. Fish
or's caso was a- very serious one and
her recovery is In no small measure
duo to tho untiring and skilful care of
Miss Thompson. This section Is indeed
fortunate In being ablo to secure thn
services of so able a nurse as Miss
Thompson has proven herself to bo.
Preaching service at tho Methodist
Episcopal Church Sunday at 11 a. in.
Subject. ''Holiness tho Bible Sort."
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Prayer end song scrvico Thursday
night at 8 o'clock.
William S Groat Pastor.
Don't forgot the Vaudeville and Pic-
ture show at tho Hall Friday cud Sat-
urday May 12-13.
Beaver Boys Victors.
In the first matched gamo of base
ballot tho Beason which was played on
tho Beaver diamond Saturdny after
noon between LaKemp and Beaver the
victory went to the homo team at a
score ot 10 to fl. In tho following gamo
Sunday afternoon -tho score was again
in favor of Beaver -1 to 3
Jesso Charboneau and Elmer Me-
Arthur young men about 15 miles
southwest of this city aro about to
leave for Saskatchewan Canada tho
former to visit thn latter to settlo on
a claim. A farewell party was given
in their honor at tho homo of W. l
Smith Monday night.
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Flr leavening nncnJ which makes the f
M biscuit nnd cake ol highest hcalthiul- r
H ncss at medium cost and protects the
L lood from alum which is the greatest M
dietary danger ot the day. r
Tho Fourth Summer Normal Insti-
tute of new Heaver County Oklahoma
will convuuo Monday Jliuo S )0tlLnt
lieaver City and will bo Is session four
weeks closing witli the Teachers' Ex-
amination June '.'0 and 30. Teachers
may enroll for tho work any time after
Tho Faculty this year is one of the
ablest lu tho Stnte nnd In numbers
the largest ever assembled for a Nor-
mal Institute in the northwestern part
of Oklahoma. It will consist of four
regular instructors a special music in-
structor a spt-clal tcachor fur agricul-
ture and a special lecturer.
Hon. Jas. M. Osbom ex-Department
Chirk for tho Oklahoma Board of Edu-
cation will bo Conductor and wo could
not havo secured a nun witli higher rv-
commcudntiuus nnd qttallllcatlons.
Mr. Osbom's college education was se-
cured lit Shurtleff College Upper Al-
ton III. i Wells Sshool furToacliurs.
Oregon III.; Valp.iralsu University
Valparaiso Iud.;nud Western Illinois
Normal School. He holds Statu Life
Certificates from Illinois Arkansas and
Prof. T J Perry well know 11 to Bea
ver county teachers! as a very ablo In-
structor was educated in City Com-
mercial College. Emporia Kas; Kansas
State Normal Emporia. Kas; Kansas
University nnd Northwestern Univer-
sity of Kansas.
Miss Lena Wright will again be witli
us this being her third year In the
Heaver County Normal.
Miss Wright was educated in the
Appletou City High School; Kansas
Normal College and Missouri State
University and hold Stalo LIfo Cer-
tificates from Missouii and Oklahoma.
Walter E. Fickcl is another Instruc-
tor well known to Bcavor Counts
touchers having been Instructor in
the County formal of 1007.
Mr. Fickol received his higher edu-
cation at the Kansas Statu Normal
School at Emporia Kas.
Miss Laura Mackey will be a special
teacher of music. She is a graduate
of Oklahoma University and of Beth-
any Musical College nl Lindsborg.
S. W. Black Superintendent uf our
Pan Handlo Agricultural Institute-'
furnished us by tho Stato as a special
tcachor In Agriculture
llo is a graduate ot McK"ndree Col-
lege Kansas State Normal Missouri
Statu University and Chicago Univer-
sity. JOHN E. SWAIM Co Supt.
W. 0. Shadden uf Mnnguni was a
bu'sinesH-Yisttor In Beaver and vicinity
soveral days the past week.
Miss Edna Humphrey visited home
folks near Balko last week. She re-
turned to Bcavor Saturday.
Go in with youruclghborsluud organ-
ize so as to buy Robuctat tho French
Imported Pcrchcron Stallion.
mi ' m
Mrs Sol Blostcr who has been visit-
ing relative!! in Indiana fursomo weeks
roturncd home Tuesday evening
Joseph Coombo and wife of Areola
Illinois arrived Thursday for a visit at
tho homo ot J. R. Thomas and other
It Startled the World
when tho astounding claims wero Urn1
mndu for Buckleii's Arnica Salve but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them truo and everywhere it Is
now known as tho best salvo 011 earth
for Burns Bolls Scalds Sores Cuts
Bruises Sprains Swellings Eczema
Chapped hands Fever Sores and Piles
J Only 25o at Fred 0 Tracy's.
Fifteen Applicants Pass thclTll lT""v'i Brethren Ladle.' Aid
Stale Examination for
Out of about 80 applicant for com
mon school diplomas In Heaver county
April nth and Tth omy 15 graduated.
Their names aro.
Russcl Alexander Ivunhuu.
Jesse Br.mduw Loreua
Anna Busing Miles.
iinzol Enslow Catesby.
Edith Enderlino. Balku.
- Us r ii hi Finch Gate.
Gladys Hurrold Gate.
Cressio Hoover Logan.
Lena Hubbard Logan.
Gcorgo Kile Heaver.
Jennie Mooney Floris
Ledu May Florist
Shmucl Pirn Logan.
Jennie Reynolds Ivnuhuo.
Jessu Ruth Englowood.
The examination was very dlillcutt
and those who succeeded in graduating
aro certainly to bo complimented for
the success thuy havo attained. The
ones who failed should not feel dis-
couraged fur manydthurs havo like-
wise failed. In Texas county only 13
out of 105 applicants graduated and
the reports from other counties show
To graduate under such conditions
is nu honoi.and to fall is no disgrace.
A Burglar's Awful Deed
may not paralitu a home so complete-
ly as a mother's long illness. But Dr.
King's Nsw LIfo Pills aru a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave 1110
wonderful bunellt in constipation and
female trouble" wrote Mrs. M. 0.
Duulap of Leudlll Teun. If ailing
try thorn 20s at Fred O. Tracy's.
Good revival meetings are being held
at Hibbs by tho McthoJIsts and at
Kokomo by tho Christians.
Is there anything in all this world
that is ot more importance to you than
good digestion? Food must bo eaten
to sustain life nnd must bo digested
and converted into blood. When tho
illgestlon fails the wiiulo body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets aru a ratluunl
and rollnblo euro for Indigestion. They
Increase tho How of bilo purify tho
blood strengthen tho stomach uud tone
up tho whole digestive apparatus tu a
natural and healthy actiuu For silo
by all dealers.
The Only Safe Gasoline Stove Made
The Best Enameled Ware Produced
W. R. Case (8l Sons
Mhkers of the Only Cutlery that Will Stand the Test
S. W. Pacini
None Better On Earth
Are the Highest Grade Farm Tools
On Display At
Beaver Hardware ami Furniture Store
ouviuiY 10 k'"4 11 inu social nv mv
llupo school house Friday night of this
Attorney A. S. Dickson is absent
from Beaver tills week attending tu
business and visiting In Indiana. Ha
Is expected home tho hitter part of thn
William I.lpprand has rented his
farm at Illbbs to Earl Howard and will
move his family tu Wellington Kan
where he has accepted a situation in a
A. M. Ives came In Wednesday front
Oklahoma City where he was called
recontly by thu serious illnos of his
rod. Tho young man's condition is
A program has been arranged for
tho convention ot tho Northwestern
Heaver County Sunday School Associ-
ation which meets at Now Hopu Sun-
day May Rlli.
George Murphy arrived from Greni
Ridge Missouri Monday and will
spend tho summer ).er-cmploycd with
Ills uncle W. 11. Thoma? in tho Tracy
Harvoy Hill editor of the Beaver
Comity Republican spent Wednesdoy
night In Beaver. He was ciirouta to
Gate uhero his daughter Blanche is
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho M. EJ
Church met Wednesday nt thu homo
Mrs. L. W. Hall. A good number wero
out and alt spent n pleasant day. Tho
Society will meet next week with Mrs.
II. D. Mceso.
Will Dunlop and mother W. II.
Robertson and Preston Groat left Mon-
day for Twin Hutts Colorado for sev-
eral months stay. Mr. Dunlop and
Mr. Robertson havo land there. Mr.
Groat will perhaps tako up land also.
Herchel McCall of Couch has been
about laid up for several days on ac-
count of biug kicked by a horse. Ho
was ablo (o coma to town Saturday
but ho had.a vory notlcablo "hltoh-up
In his get along" as a result of his in-
jury. For Rent.
Thu McKaw cottago after May 1st.
Six lots fenced with woven wire small
1-20 if Walter C Fkar.
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