The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 29, Ed. 2, Thursday, December 19, 1912 Page: 4 of 6
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Very pretty winter weather.
Mr ami Mm. Henry Kilo loft Sun-
day for a visit to hit brothers and other
relative In Indiana.
Mm. T. F. Greene and little inn led
Saturday for a visit to her old home In
Mrs. Ana Kile linn tnken charge of
tho Elmwood pott olllco In the absenco
of Mr. Kile.
Mr. and Mr. J. V. Johnson spent a
part of last week with hi mother Mrs.
Nettio Uatz it staying with Mrs. Per-
ry Kilo at present.
Glial. Bennington went to Kansas
Mr. Keevcr made n trip to Hlgglns
list week and John Watson returned
hnme with lilm.
Mrs Maude Peterson spent Saturday
with her mother Mrs. Milton Greene.
Miss Edna Cayler teacher of the
Garrett school spent Saturday and
Sunday nt Beaver City.
Asa Kile Is drilling a well for Mr.
Williams on the South Plats.
Mr. Sowers and Frank Uclbcrt have
both got in new phones.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they
cannot reach t'10 seat of the disease.
Catarrh I a Id sod or constitutional di-
sease and In order to cure it you must
take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally and nets di-
rectly on the blood and mucous sur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
onoof the best physicians iu this coun-
try for years and Is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of thn best tonics
known combined with tho best blood
purifiers acting directly on the mucous
surfaces. Tho perfect combination of
the two Ingredlunts Is what tiroduces
such wonderful results in curing Ca-
tarrh. . Send for testimonials free.
F.J. CHENEY A CO. Props.
' Toledo. 0.
Sold by Druggists prleo 75c.
Take Hall's Family Plls fur consti-
pation! Kiowa Flash Light.
One of L. A. Curtis' driving mares
was taken suddenly sick two weeks
ago nnd for a time It was feared it
would dlo. Mr. Curtis did all ho eould
for it and It kept getting worse but as
soon as ho could get Veterinary Smith
on the scene he did so nnd at this
writing tho maro Is up nnd can eat
The broomcorn market at tills time
Is certainly very discouraging. We
have seen good long hurl brush go to
the market for twenty-fivo dollars n
ton nnd this grade has always brought
the top price before. Some are ship-
ping out thlr brush and ih returns
Imvo been $70 to 190 per ton.
Graitdma Scott has been very sick
with stomach trouble for the past
week but is somo better at this time.
Our road overseer C. E. Dodson has
been doing some much needed roml
work and the work done spcuks very
hlghly'fnr itself. '
55 ick flames and his daughter Mae
were callers friduy at tho Howe ranch.
Den Jolt went to Shattuak Monday
Willi a load of hogs.
Mr Itridgewntcr nnd wife hayo
moved' into the O. V. Oneul house
for n short time.
Dikd ridny morning December 6
1012 Frank Gold.ng of Ivnnhoo.Olc-
lahoma. Mr Uoldiug had been In
very good health up to about a week
before he dledi when he took down
with a congestive chill frcm which he
never rallied He had been a resident
of Beaver county for a number of
years and was highly respected by all
who knew him Ho was man who
wan always ready to help a friend in
need anil was known far and near for
his deeds of kindness. The funeral
services were held Sunday December
8th at 1 o'clock p. m frpm the resi-
dence of ills step-mother Mrs. Has-
kell after which tho body wns laid to
rest by the side of hi father in the
Madison cemetery. May his ashes
rest In peace.
Mr. Tweedy went to Shattuck Mon-
nay after a load of coal
Thursday and Friday the weather
was quite chilly and looked like we
might get snow but It moderated Sat-
urday and Sunday was a nice day.
Art Howe went to Laveruo Mcaday
with load of turkeys and chickens.
C. M. Smith mado a' good horse trade
Saturday evening while coming home
He'll Jett has gor.e into the hog busi-
ness in earnest. Ho Is buying all thn
shoats that he hears of and pays good
Fred Croxton and Frank Dall went
to Lavorno' Friday and brought back
lumber to build a houso nnd barn for
Fred Htlto has the building fever
also. Ho Is putting up a nlco barn hnd
granary. Next will be a house and a
a cook ch Fred?
Tho pic supper Friday night at the
lagan School home was enjoyed by a
largo crowd and Ml report an enjoy-
The farmers hereabouts are prepar-
ing to ship their own broomrorn to
Kansas City and Chicago. Possibly 28
rars will be shipped before the first of
A number of our neighbors went to
Denver Monday to attend tho Alfred
Aull vs nidenour caso.
Alp i.i-a Pbte.
Famous Stage Beauties.
look with horror on Skin Eruptions
Blotches Sores or Pimples. They don't
have tlipin nor will any una who uses
itucklen's Arnica Salvo. It glorifies
tho faco. Eczema or Salt Rheum van-
ish before It. It cures sore lips chap-
ped hands chilblains; heals burns
cuts and bruises. Unequaled for piles.
Only 25c at Fred C Tracy's.
Parcels Post Law.
Tho Parcels Post Law which becomes
effective January 1 1013 provides i
"That hereafter Fourth-Claw mail
matter shall embraco nil other matter
Including farm and factory products
nut now ombraccd by law in either the
First Second or Third Class not ex
ceeding eleven pounds iu weight nor
greater In slio thin soventy-twu inches
In length and girth combined nor
In form or kind likely to injure the
person of any postal employee or dam
age the Kail equipment or other mull
matter and not of n character perish
able within a period reasonably re-
quired for transportation and deliv
For the purpose of carrying this law
Into effect the United States is divided
Into zones with different rates of post-
age applicable to each as follows:
FIRST 55 )NE.
Weight. Local Hate. Zone Rate
1 pound $.03 $0.0.i
2 pounds 00 08
3 pounds 07 11
lj pounds 08 .1-1
3 pounds.... 00 17
0 pounds 10 20
7 pounds 11 23
8 pounds 12 20
0 pounds 13 20
tO pounds U 82
11 pounds 16 35
no to 1C0 miles 1 pound. . . . 0.00
" " 2 pounds 10
" " 3 pounds 11
" " 4 pounds 18
" " B pounds 22
" " 0 pounds 20
7 pounds 30
" " 8 pounds 84
" " 0 pounds 38
" 'J 10 pounds -12
" "11 pounds 40
100 to 300 miles 1 pound $0 07
" " 2 pounds 12
'" " 3 pounds . . .17
" " 4 pounds. . . 22
" " C pounds 27
" " 0 pound 32
" " 7 pounds ... .37
" " 8 pounds 42
" ' " 0 pounds 47
" " 10 pounds 52
" " 11 pounds ... .07
300 to 000 miles 1 pound $0.08
" " 2 pounds. . .14
" " 3 pounds ... .20
" " 4 pounds. . . 20
" " ft pounds 32
" l 0 pounds... .as
" " 7 pounds 41
" " 8 pounds CO
" " 0 pounds 60
" " 10 pounds ... 02
" 11 pounds .. 08
000 to 1000 miles 1 pound $0 09
" " 2 pounds 10
" " 3 pounds 23
" " 4 pounds.. .80
" " .1 pounds 37
" " 0 pounds.. .44
7 pounds 61
" 8 pounds 6S
" " 0 pounds... . 06
. " ' 10 pounds 72
" " 11 pounds 70
1000 to 1400 miles 1 pound . . $0 10
" " 2 pounds .10
" " 3 pounds. 28
' " 4 pounds. . .37
" " 6 pounds. . .40
" " 6 pounds 66
" 7 pounds. 04
" " 8 pounds. . 78
" " 0 pounds. .82
" " "10 pounds . . .01
" " 11 pounds.... 1 00
M00 to 1800 miles 1 pound .... $0.11
" " 2 pounds . .21
" " 3 pounds 31
" " 4 pounds 41
" ' 5 pounds.. .51
0 pounds . 01
" 7 pounds . 71
" " 8 pounds 81
1 pounds .:I0
" " 4 pounds. .. .-18
'. " " ii pounds .00
' " " 0 pounds .72
" ' 7 pounds ... .81
" " 8 pounds. . .00
' " 0 pounds . . 1 .08
10 pounds.... 1.20
. " '"' 11 pounds l.n-
'The local rate is applicable to par-
cels Intended for delivery at tho nnice
of mailing or on a rural route at'irting
It will be nlnerved that the rates of
pnit!igo are largely reduced an 1 th)t
the limit of weight Is lncreaed from
four to clcen pounds. Parcels will lie
delivered at nil free-delivery offices
and to patrons residing on rural nnd
star routes; they muy rn registered
and may bo accorded sppclnl-delivcry
service on p.iymuntof tho tiunl fees
and they may bo Insured ngalnn loss
in nn amount equivalent to their act-
ual value but not to exceed f2o upon
paymont of a feu of five cents. DIs-
tinntlvo stamps must bo med on nil
parcels but they may be mulled in
quantities of not less than 2000
identical pieces without stamp affixed
the postage being paid in money.
Wo wish to call your attention to the
fact that most infectious diseases such
nil whooping cough diphtheria and
scarlet fevor are contracted when the
child has n cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy will quickly cure
a n o I d and greatly lessen t h e
danger of eontrocting thesu diseases.
This remedy Is fatnnus for Its cures of
coins. It contains no opium or other
narcotic and may bo given to n child
with Implicit confidence. Sold by all
Well hero it is nearly Christmas
and no snow yet. Wo hope It will
snow so Sniitn Glaus can como on his
sleigh Christinas Eve
Fred Seal nnd son Leo made a trip
to Forgan this week.
Mrs. Twcntior and Miss Elvn Barker
were visitors of thn Home Creek school
lust week. Miss Miller is teacher of
the school nnd is n grent favorite of
Misses Vnrn Rlrloy nnd Ruby Se.il
called on Elvn Barker Sunday.
Quito a number of peoplo from this
neighborhood attended tho play nt
Denver Snturday night.
Mrs. Jell Schnonover is reported as
being on thu sick list this week.
W. B. Barker's wife and baby boy
who hnvo been to Grnvettc Arkansas
since June taking treatment for
rheumatism are expected hnme by
tho 20th. The boy is said to bo cured.
W. II. and two older children have
beon keeping house on the homestead
the past livo months.
O. J. Leisure is wearing n big smile
now-n-dtys. Ho nays he can hnrdly
wait till that boy gets big enough to
Charloy Schonnover who ha been
sick for some time is being doctored
by the new doctor nt Forgan.
C. B Barker nnd wife arc still nt the
bedside of her mother whero they
were called some time ngo.
m-'mu.um l j..-
j Constipaf ioai
For many years 1 was troubled In
Bpitooi an so-caiieu remedies l used.
At last I found quick relief and euro
In thoso mild yet thorough and
Adolph Schlnceck Buffalo N. Y.
SB CENTS PER BOTTLE AT All DRUGGISTS
Why Girls Stay Wrong.
"Why Ii It that when a boy goes
wrong he can livo It donn gn caolly
nndwlion a girl Is wrong It U always
thrown up to her no matter where die
Koe?" My frli'nd quietly replied.
"Did you ever tea ono man turn an-
other man down no matter what ho
had dnnc? And do you notice thnt
when n girl Roe wrong all her friend
drop her ami innlend of helping her
to be a better girl give her another
kick on the downward road? " I said
8ltor put yournelvcs In that girl's
place and ea it you would raro what
became of you if you didn't hnvu a
tingle friend to help you along That
is tho reason so many girls keep going
from bad to .worse instead of living it
tn hhiy-o a young fricpd who
aid : "pii If I only bad just ono true
Rirl friend I could stand it so much
bettbr.' ' So much 'is being dono in
sending missionaries to teach the
beathen in foreign countries but mis-
sionaries are needed in every neigh-
borhood to teach us all (o be more kind
to our fellow man. Mm PCS
" ft pounds
" 10 pounds
" 11 pounds
IO0milesl pound .
SOI-IOOJL JN OTES.
Beaver School Report.
Week Ending December IU 1012.
Enrollment this week
Average dally attendance
No. nttututlng every day.
Cases of absence
Cases of tardiness. . . .
Mrs Lawson visited tho
room the pnsl weok.
. . .3
Tlio Whlto Hose Literary
held nn In'crcstltig program
evening Deo 13th.
MIssTwecdle will spend her vacation
with homo folks in Missouri Mr
Green nnd Mist Holm will go to the
country. Miss lllnek Miss Wickham
and Miss Wright will remain In
Finns linvc beon made to giro n High
School play nfler thn holidnys for the
benefit of tho Literary fund. The
characters will bo High School stu
New classes will bo organized nfler
tho holidays We are expcting several
The bns'tetball team t planning on
ordering their Bulls next week.
The school bus been doing sonic ex-
cellent work the past few weeks in
preparation for the mid-year tests.
While thu examinations will be thor-
ough wo feel suru that the pupils will
make Mitinfuctnry grades ns they have
been meeting nil requirements of the
tho Course of Study.
North School will glvo n Christum
program Friduy December 20th.
Dr. Long's fourth lecture on Hygiene
nil! lie given at the High School build
IngThutsdny December 10th These
lectures uroii great help to the pupil?
and would benefit the entire citizen-
ship of Heaver. We wish it were pos-
sible for nil to nttend.
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World's Prosrest which vou
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Tha "Shop Notes " Department (20 rwres)
gives ca'y ways to do things how to make
useful articles lor home and shop repairs etc.
"AmiUuf Mechanics" (10 pases) tells how to
Make Mission furniture wireless outfits boats
engines magic and all the things a boy loves.
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HErOUT OK THE CONDITION OF
THE BANK OF BEAVER CITY
nt Deatpr In thn SUto ot Oklahoma nt tin
dose ot business Nov. 2Gtli 131 J.
Loans nnd Plncounts S."f0M.0i
Uronlralts secured nnd unsecured .. Ml.:i
Stock. IxmiK warrants ludzments... l.4U.lf
Hanking llouw l.otJO.Ui
Duo from IfclnU ei.ixi2.fr
Cliivkj n.id Other CaMi Item ist.12
UMUlu bank IO.7f8.ui
Capital Stock paid In 8 10.mo.00
tMirnliu Fund S5UU.o:i
Umih Med fronts I.cm i:iH'n.sen and
Tim IWd 1WB.M
ImllvMaU DeiXMlln stibjoct to Chock. .. 10J.7bl.t3
iiiuaiftri!ucnft oi Maiaiii lzgtu
j.iuimiiirsoin.r tiinn tbo above stated ;ona
Slnte of Oklahoma
I. F. Luiurhrin. Cnsuler of the nhnvn named
IXHUUT or iwnvnr. iflji.i
think do folfinnl; swear that the iiIioto state-
ment Is triiK to the test ot mr MiowlMirn nnd be-
lief so help mo uod F I.iCiiimiN Cashier
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this Cth day
ot Dec. iwu.
Jamks II. CnAUTKEE Notary Public
My Comrallon Expires August Mill 1910
. C. TuAcr
Una . AT.im y
Those Po Braidwood
U. S. Commissioner
Final Proofs a Specialty
"Accurate Abstracts df Title
Real Estate Mortgage
Quit Claim Deed
Release of Real Estate Mortgage
Release of Chattel Mortgage
Pill of Sale
Notes Books of 25 and 50
Order on Township Treasurer
Road Tax Receipt Books
Order to Pay Poll Tax Books
For Sale by
Roll of Honor.
The following readers of tho llKnAi.ii
Invo remembered ua witli n rene isnlor
new Htilwuriptluu the past week:
V. 11 Ublnehnrt. Uhinehart Mo. re-
newal by J. R. Quitin Heaver.
.1 V Maple Wllinnre Kns. renewal
J. 1. 1). Mnriquand Homestead re-
newal. E D. Green Wellington Kansas re-
newal. John flarragrop Beaver ronowal.
C. N. Tharp Forgan renewal.
0. F Francis Beaver renewal.
Dr. J. A. Miller Woodman Col. new
Perry Kilo Elmwood renewal.
NfU Carlnnn. Logan renewal
Chas. Swlinliill Woodward renowal.
Dad Manslield Hruvur. renewal.
H. Groves Forgan renewal.
Dr. Vestn M. Swarts Auburn Indiana
F. G. T.inuehlll Unckwood Penn. re-
newal. R. L. G.irner Pollock Mo. renewal.
3 II. Drake Severy Kas. renewal.
Mrs Mary WVeden.Elniwoml renewal
A. I McArlhur Heaver renewal.
1 J Shock Riverside renewal
Ml Dot Ohilcntt Heaver renowal.
J. D. Uilbro Floris renewal.
K. Sorter Seward .Nob- ronowal.
Del Sorter. Milcw. Kas. renewal
T. G. Dnwda Qeadrift. Texas new sub
M. D. Maxwell Henderson Iowa new
sub. i.y W. G. Fields Heaver.
S. M. Sainpley Rome Ind. new sub.
by K. W. Groves Forgan.
D. G. Gleaion. Kelma new sub.
Mrs. Geo. W. Case Dunmore Penn
John II. Sharp & Co. Newton III. re-
newal. Foils a Foul Plot.
When a shameful plot exists between
liver and bowels to causo distress by
refusing to net take Dr. King's Now
Life Pills and end such abuse of your
system. Thoy gently compel right
action of stomach llvr and bowels
and restore your health nnd all .good
feelings. 25c nt Fred O Tracy's.
Monry paid when papers aro signed
if you get your farm loan of CARSON
THE LOAN MAN. 10-31 tf
Oklahoma Post No. 4 Grand
Army of tho Republic.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sat-
urday of tho month at 2:00
p. m. Visiting comrades
J. R. Quinn Com
I. S. DRDMMoun. Adj.
Benver Lodge No. 209. Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons.
Meets 1st and 8rd Saturday
nights of each month. Mem-
bers of the order alwavs wel
come. W. T. UCIXK W.M.
S. Mukhell Sec.
Pioneer Lodge No.
Order of Odd Fol-
lows meets every
Mondny night. Visiting members of
r til; w Jv ALZL.
the order invited.
W. II. Palmer. W. G. Fields
Beavor Lodgo No. 7
Knights of Pythins
Meet in Cnstlo Hall
very Tuesdnv nieht.
Visiting brothors wel-
como. I. W. Mooms. O. C.
Pkovoht K. of R. and S.
W a Camp No. 773S Mod-
g25ji ern Woodmen of Amer
ica mecia every znu
Neighbors in good
Qdikn G. II. Rush
Clerk. V. C.
Beaver Rebekah Lodgo
Meets cvory 2d A 4th 8at
unlay night. Visiting
brothers and sisters cordi
Mrs G. W. Roriron Mrs. N D. Nkfj1
Xiij? Jky Vfljr-w .
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