The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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BROKE OUT IN A NEW PLA
While in Wichita markets lest week we chanced to strike some brgins that are
out of the ordinary at this season of the year. Just what you need and prices that would cause you to wonder whether
these goods were bought when the proprietor was at home or perchance we slipped in during his absence and made the
purchase. HE WAS THERE. It is no use to tell you that this season is a "Stunner" and that you are all hard-up and that
to make every dollar go as far as possiblefor this is a fact somebody told me and owing to the fact we are placing
our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing Hats and Shoes on SPECIAL SALIC for the next 60
days at prices that will surprise you.
You need our goods-we need your money-come and let us reason together. It will justify anyone if they have not
got the money to borrow it at a high rate of interest in order to take advantage of this sale. We are not making any noise
about goods "out of season" so if you want any Lawns or Summer Goods please call for them-they will be on the back shelf.
Following are a few of the great bargains we have in store for you.
Prlnti per yard
Ginghams regular 16c tellers
Gingham regular UKc teller
10 bolt Zepher Gingham rcgulnr 12o seller.
Gingham 10a sellers. ... .
Cotton Suitings 15c sellers . .
Apron Ohecki 8K teller! ..
Quilt Calico 7Ko teller .
A little lilk'flntthed Gingham S.'io
2 dor. bordered outing Petticoat Patterns .
2 dor. Scltiors 25a teller! . . ....
. .. 12fco
. . I Oo
.. Oo to 10c
7&0 to 111!
Good Discount on Wool Dress Goods
Men's Klceco Shirts and Drawers regular V)c (
Men1! Heavy Fleece Sliirti and Drawer ri'gulnr 7.V
Ladles' "Set-Snug" Union Suit
'Lauiet' Veiti and Pants . .
Children'! Union Suit! .
. 4 pair 25c
...3 pair 23c
. . 2 pair 25c
iii'i . ir
MV tn M)n
20 to IHu
3Ho to 19-
Men's Half-Hose black
Men's Half-Hose black -. .
Men HalMIose '. ....
Men's HalMIose. regnl.irGOo
Ladles' Hose from . .
Misses and Children Hose at u discount
Wo have a limited supply of Ladies' Misses and Child-
ren's OloaUs that will be marked at a price that will move
Wo also have a lot of Boys' and Small Men's Clothing a
littlo out of style. Good School Suits at a great bargain.
1 lot of 4-1 Shoe Laces per pair lc.
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Our line'is complete and anyone needing anything in
that line can't afford to miss this opportunity.
Overcoats at a Bargain
Overall Standard make regular 11 00 special
Jacket. Standard make regular $1.00 special
Work Shirts full size good.GOo
Wool Shirts regular 1 60
Wool Shirts regular $1 25
Dross Shirt soft 76o
Men' Hats regular $1 75
Men's Hate regular $2 50 i-.
Men's Hats regular $3.00 ....
There will bo a Discount on all Shoes.
Have somo off styles as sorvioablo as any at a Great
Overshoes New Brunswick Brand
Men's one-bucUe rrgn'ar $1 50
Men's finir-lmi Mr r umiir SJ )
Ladies' one-lnicl.il-. r LU'ar $1 "Jj
Boy's one-luicMo. r gultir $1 2"
Misses and Child's like Discount
And numerous other things that we have not space to mention always found in a $20000.00 stock of merchandise like
ours. . We also have a complete line of GROCERIES with prices as low as a legitimate business will permit us to make.
EMEMBER THE DATE:
Sixty Days Sode Beginning November 28th 1915
BEAVER MERCANTILE CO.
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Official Co. Paper.
PUBLISHED EV7EUY THURSDAY
E 3 larad at tb poitollW at Bearer Oklahoma
1 at acond clan mall tuattar.
tvertialng rates made known upon
application. Prices reasonable.
$1.00 a Year
DUt. Judge R.
Clerk of DUt. Court
Clerk of Co. Court
P. 1. Frysinger.
Geo. II. Wright.
Geo. II. Healy.
H. O. Fellow.
O. F. Fruett.
J. M. Jones.
Claude T. Smith.
H. M. lUilick.
Corn. lt Dint. R. Hagan Ivanhno.
Com. 2d Dist. A. A. Hankell Klmwood.
Com. 8d Diat Tims MeLaln liray.
L Kiowa Flash Light
r A big farmer boy arrived at tho home
of.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker Sunday
November 23. Having the ambition to
become a farmer they decided to let
tKe new arrival stay and make his fu-
ti'.ro'home with them.
Mr. Valentine was tracing with La-
verne merchants Saturday.
Fred Cox 'went to Laverne Saturday
to see and to be seen.
Eddie Ripplo Robert Ridennur
Miss Louise Gadway and Key Hares
Vfeundav visitors at the McGuite
IvSttfeert Ridennur went to Laverne
Saturday to "chuck up" for the winter
and when he oame home all you could
f ja was bis feet hanging out. As Rob
ert Is a bachelor it puzzles us to know
what he mean by buying in such large
quantities ns heretofore lie Inn nlways
bought in small lota mid ns he had
two wagon load? of goods why it looks
kind of suspicious. Now isn't that
Monday was a dnmp chilly dnj s it
was minting rain most of the tlinu
John Russell and Fred IHIm wore
taking in the sights at IvnuhoQ Wed-
nesday. We are sorry to hear that a son of
our good natured mall carrier Fred
McViekors had tho misfortune to gnl
a leg broken Tuesday evening on his
way hom from school.
The shooting match at Ivandoo Wed-
nesday w a well id tended and several
went iiwaj iMiipIj handed
Thanksgiving Day was certainly an
ideal day and there worn lint very (
A surprise party was gotten np on
Mr and Mrs. Fred Oox Thursday "veil-
ing that ws a surprise Thosn
attending were Mr nnd Mr McOu'".
Mr and Mrs Hen Jett. Mr..ntfd lr.
Joe Johnsnn Mr mill Mm Flovd I r
Mr and Mr James Itmntn Mr an I
Ripple. Jllss Louise Gadway. R.iberl
Itidenour and Eddie Ripp'o Games
of all kinds were played until the late
hour when luneh was served nnd then
the flnnl farewell and everybody went
home happy feeling that thuv all bad
had a good time
Mr Moore has been doing some
much needed road work ne.ar Mr
Smith's and Mr. McGuiro' places tho
Loomas Rroa. havo launched into the
hog business as they now have upward
of one hundred head and they are still
buying more. With corn nt elglity-
flvu cents it looks like a gameofehance
with a good chance for someone to lore
The party that got the coal one night
at the Sand Creek school Iioum i
known hejond a thadow of a doubt
and a very close watch is maintained
on his movements and ono mure trjo.k
of this kind nnd ho can expect some
rough treatment This N not the
first tilTeiiee and a fen luxe caught on
and aru uu the lookout
For Weakness nnd Loss of Appetlto
The Old 6tindarJ genera! streoctheninz toelc.
CROVIt'S TASTKI.KSS chill TONIC drirea out
Malaria and builds up the iralem A tree tonic
and sure Appetiser l'oradultsandchlldren. JOc
Constipation Poisons You.
If j on are eonsiipaled yiur entire
system is poisoned by the waste mat-
ter kept in the liody serious results
often follow L'ne Dr King's New Life
l'ills and you will soun get rid of con-
stipation hvadache nnd othor troubles.
2oo at Druggists or by mail. II. E.
'RrcKi.fc.v A Co. Philadslphia aud St
Tlie hunters and their dogs caught a
coyote Thursday and started for town
with it alive.
Nell Maxwell has moved his family
from Laverne to Gato.
Thn M. E. church I being repaired
A now foundation has been put under
it and they are now shingling it.
1-oie Kile is ahead in the piano con-
tun at Wile storu.
O M. Kirkhart is quite sick with
Miss Justus who has been in Dostou
tatting medical treatment has returned
home and is getting along nicely.
t' T IeOuna and B. J Oola and
fiitnil iM'i- over from Be-iver last
We a t eat T'tan sg In turkey
nun J A I. t n d (din r H ll
SIus.hii and sou Hirl m Diinl.ip.Ukla
and 4 1 Lee and muiher of Carmen
Okla Elmer Rippee nnd family of
Uite helped make the crowd of 23
After tho turkey was tested and pro-
nounced "well cooked" and "Just
right" Mr Zimmermnn took a picture
of the merry crowd It had been many
years siuce these folks had been to-
gether up in Kansas and. all had a
good time The oldest one there being
HI yoars old an I tho youngest being IS
There has been n slng'ng club organ-
iced known as the Gato Choral Uluh.
The club has fifteen members They
will meet onco each week. Gato has
a number of good singers.
MrsxFraiikIin nnd children left for
Montnn't last week.
The band gave a concert Thanksgiv-
The l.idles of tho Ruth circle sur-
prised Mrs Harris Wednefdy evening
IC U'h .iiix tool imr eniidy and all had
a goo! time The droit presented her
nith n nice p'alu They are all sorry
to loe her.
Mrs E Rippee has been quite sick
O R. Kirkhoart is very ill with pneu
Q lite a wind and rain sUirm strnek
this sectun of the country last Thurs-i
day. It blew boxes in every direction
even blowing a header barge oil of the
wagon at J A Lee's turning it over
the contt nts J 1 Lee Jesse Lee end
little Harry Lee Little Harry said
"We crawled out at a crack " The
team ran away getting into a niru
fence in several different places broke
the coupling pole and ran under a shed
The Ruth Circle is planning for a
Bazaar for Chistmas.
Ross Foorbough Wesley Inman and
families of Zclma spent Saturday with
Jesse Leo's. They wero neighbors in
Dr. Hoi-son's Ointment Heals
The eonstantly itching burning sen-
sation and other disagreeable forms of
eczema tetter salt rheum and skin
eruptions promptly cured by Dr Hob-
son's (Iczcmn Ointment Geo II Fitch
of Mundota III says: "I purchased a
box of Dr ilohson's Eczema Ointment
llae had Eczema ever since the civil
war have been treated by many doc-
tors none have given the benefit that
one box of Dr Hobson's Eczema Oint-
ment ha- " Every su(Trer should trj
it. We're so positive it will help)
we iiuarantee it or money refunded
At all Druggists or by mail 60c
IlKuirreR Chemical Co Philadelphia
t St. Loui
I-'Ali.M L.M.N- V.K HAVE PLENTY OP
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS. THE
HIGH $!. THE LOWEST INTEREST
AND THE QUICKEST HONE Y.
W RITE PHONE OR SEE US.
BAUGHMAN-KLINE REALTY CO.
I CITY CAFE
cMort jraer. ISoacery
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j w i: citit-r to your neeus in unoa j nines to Jiat
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mu lviwih.. vut siulk ib compifjie ana cnoiQc-
COME IN AND SER US-
t3S?Cnn also supply your ICE needs.
GEO. H. RUSH E
Well what do vou know about the
rain in old dry Reaver county? The
ground is more wet now than it has
been for some time. It rained all
night Friday night and aH day Satur
day and is still misting at this writing
News is kind o' scarce this week as
the writer hasn't had time to look up
very much news. Lots of work now
tiauling In feed and tiling fences and
one thing and tno
L A. Hatcher and J AV Culwell are
busy at the fence business on Culwell's
farm fencing tho wheat and stalks.
The Judge has several head of horses
to winter aud Mr. Hatcher also has a
Woodson nn1 O M Want ere busy
liAUliug in lc. d there dtijs.
Ed Twentier expects to start to his
farm in Colorado in a few days.
Waltcrnlusch is doing some fall and
wiatur farming. That is what we will
all do if the weather stays so we can.
C. B Barker audi A Hatcher got
done cutting feed Thanksgiving Day.
".Confectionery and Lunch Goods
I have just opened up for business with a now clean E
stock of fresh
3 Candies Fruits Groceries Cigars E
Everything in the Bakery Line
1 SHORT ORDERS and
q Will appreciate your patronage.
4 UMYtlt UULiA.
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