The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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$ Saving Prices
Good During November and
Short crops ban mado scnrce money; scarce money 1ms
mado slow collections and slow collections 1ms forced about
all merchants to discontinue credit business.
While selling for cash during November and December
I will continue making radical cash price reductions on Dry
Goods Mens' and Womcns' Furnishing Goods Hosiery and
Underwear Mens' Womcns' and Children's Shoos Hats
Caps etc. and will continue giving credit to all worthy per-
sons on physician's prescriptions or drugs for tho sick
All articles sold out during theso casli reduction prices
last month have been replenished and whatever may bo your
needs in Fall and Winter supplies just come in and let me
price tho goods you need. If the low prices do not convince
yomthat your dollars will buy moro goods here than else-
where don't buy them.
Goods delivered to any part of the
County FREE by Parcel Post but
CASH MUST accompany order.
Staple Dry Goods
Calico per yard 5o Unbleached muslin 60
Bleached" muslin- Ao lTo Ulnglmms 12 l-2c
.12 l-2o GlriKhami 10c 10c dinslimna XI-2o
8elcA12Ko Outings 7c 8 1-3 9o Uhlldrens' hose o
Boaribrand and Topsey Hosiery Mcns'Sox I puir 25u
old nverywhorq at Sflc 12 l-2e Misses hikI Ladle Union
Ohildrena' Union Suits 12 1-2 to. 10 j Suits .t(ij 50 j 60. $!..$!. 10
Hoy's and Men' Undorwoar J0i to$
Men's 75a Dress Shirts 6oo
Moni'Wb Suspenders 35c
' Mens 76a Cap 60c
Mens and Hoy's 05o Caps 50c
While I sold more Shoes last month than during nny month of
twenty year's business in Heaver the stock in still unbroken. What-
ever raay be your need In Shoes Mens' Womens' or Children'-" light
weights or heavy high tops or low quarters you will llnil them here in
a variety of styles and leathern. Whether you doMre Shoe for your-
selves or yourchildren I havo what you want an I at prices that will
meet your approval. I am making especially low prices on Children'
Shoes and In many Initanoos during the past thirty days havo sold
Shoes to ovory member of large families.
Men' $1.60 Overshoes $1.15. Women' $1 33 Overshoe 95c
Childrens' Overshoes according to age .()j to 75a
FRED C. TR.ACY.
WHENEVER TOU NEED
. A GENERAL TONIC - ME GRO
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver
Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what youi are taking when you take Orove's Tasteless chill Tonic
the formula is "Hinted on everv label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QJUININB and IKON. It is as strong us the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria Chills nud Fever
Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and igor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Ucuiovcs Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purlBts the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthened
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c.
Beaver Schqol Notes.
The total enrollment for the past
week of school has been 1(V while tho
total . enrollment for. the year is 173.
During tho past week the average
daily attendance was 158 there being
21 cases of absence and 4 cares of
Tho graded school has received their
new foot ball and tho pupils havo been
having great sport tho last few days.
During the Thanksgiving holiday
Mr. Green and some of hi pupils did
somo needed work on the play grounds
They have undertaken to level the
grounds in order to have more room
The graded school will give a box
supper in tho high school auditorium
December 12th for the benellt of their
Some fifty visitors attended the
Thanksgiving program given by the
North school last Wednesday after-
noon. The program was rendered ai
the high school which enabled us to
get all the Beaver pupils in one room
at one time. There were probably 160
pbpils present quite a little army.
Ttie program was exceptionally good.
Thu teacher.i deserve especial mention
for their efforts in training these
If the weather Is at all favorablo tho
ball team will go to Blue Mound next
Friday afternoon where they will play
basket ball In the evening returning
to Balko1 for games with the Haiku
teams Saturday afternoon.
The manual training department has
ap order to make a book case for the
Offrfstlan Sunday School. The boys
will also make a case for the W 0. T.
. Men' $l.l!5 Urtws Shirts. $1.00
Mem' Work Shirts 45u
John II. Slot no n Imt. $.1.75
Other brands $l.$1.75 $2.25
Mens' and Hoy 'a 33a Cup 25a
Mis Helen Murphy one of our
Seniors has been called home to Mis-
souri on account of the serious lllnm
of her brother. Wo trust she ma)
soon be ablo to return.
Wo have secured a number of hnu.
flower from sumo of tin" pupils ami
have them in tho windows of the Ingi
school. They add much to the ttttrm-
tivoness of the rooms
Only one month till Christmas von
tion and our mid-year rxumiimtrnm.
We trust that tho review of the work
in preparation fur those testa may he
profitable to the pupils and that tlu-re
may be no failure. Now is a good
time fur the weaker pupils to put in
somo hard work during tho lioiue study
period Let u make this month'
work count. Joit.v K. Siy.um
California Woniuu Seriously
"A short time ago I contracted a
severe cold which settled on my lung
and caused mo a great deal of annoy-
atico I would have bad coughing spells
and my lungs were so sure and inflamed
I began to bo seriously alarmed. A
friend recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy saying she had used it
for years I bought a bottle and it
reliovcd my cough tho first night and
In a week I was rid of tho cold and
soreness of my lung" writes Mns
Mario Gerbcr Sawielle Cal For sale
bj all dealers.
Clear Lake. i
Sunday. November 23 T. II. Lane.
Streerer Blliunt and wife and Mr.
Cecil Snell woro guesto of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs E. F. Macy. our gro-
ceryman and wife took thu advantage '
of tho pleasant dny the 23d and wont
out for a car ride.
TIih writer was out near Ivanhon and
saw many line looking crops of wheat.
It would seem at least three-fourths of
cultivating land Is in wheat and many
have their stock now living and doing
well on what n few months ago looked
like a grunt desert so dry and so burn
ed up Kverythiiigwasthnn.lt teom-
ed as Ciod was laughing at our calam-
ity but now his smiling face is upon
T. Li. L. How has rented his son Ar-
thur's place one-half mile east of here.
.Mr How Intends to put in 43 acres o(
sorghum for molasses. Ho Inn the as-
sistance of Kd Lano engaged and they
are experts in their line
I John ICvnns anil Cecil Snnll woro not
s . wry ueeepsful on their trapping
trip to Texas. They were camped on
the Ilnuisim ranch where Chin. Craw-
ford is foreman. Tho.llrst night they
ccured two racoon two o'nojsums
' three civit cats and possibly some other
' came Th.u was their only good night
.1 A. How was In to seo his father
uud spent tho nightfif November iMth
witli him at Kd Lime'. He mid Kd
are repairing ii well ut the (Isbom place.
Another Thanksgiving Day ha pass-
ed into tho past and many happy hearts
beat In trim tliaiikfulnesc b'lt many
mom wen' the stomachs bent in dls
tress of the big.dinners eaten Some of
the parties who ontertained were G
T. Hums und wife Karl Kendlo and
wito Dode Mendenhall and wife with
many other. East of us was Ilurford
Terrill I'.islor Monniiinil J. II Laiidon
ami wife. As it was and ideal day ll
was well enjoyed. Kd Lane and fam-
ily stopped on their return home ui
llile Fisher's and took supper while T
L. How r-pent n plcntutnt day with hii-
sun .1 A.
Mnrlce Clifford and wife woro at the
latter' mother fur thior Thanksgiving
Karl Keudle ha a sister visiting him
hen- from Alfalfa county
Our school closed Wednesday even-
ing for a two (lav vacation Diy In
are to lie made up at end f term
Abniit all threshing Is done except n
small crop for Oscar Stibbg and Tom
How. Mr Kendle will cl"an 'em out
m hi return home. He is in the vi-
cinity of Sunset at present.
Friday -week ending IIn. Crop of
iv heat at all places look line and many
are pasturing same.
Croup and Cough Remedy.
Croup is a terrible disease it attacks
children so suddenly they are very apt
to choke unless given tho proper rem
edy at once. There Is nothing better
In tho world than Dr. King's Now Dis-
eovery. Lewis Chamberlain of Man-
chester Ohio wrltesabouthischildreii:
'Sometime in severu attacks we were
nfraid they would die tint since we
proved what n certain remedy Dr.
King's New Discovery is wo havo no
r.nr. We rely on it for eroup coughs
and eold." So can you. 50c and $1.00
A bottlo should be in every home tt
all Druggists II K Hucki.en & Co
I'lilliuUilphia. St Louis
Another hea-y rain fell Saturday
N'..v 21). The ground will surely be
wet enough to insure tho rapid growth
.if wheat. Feed being source the
wheat pasture means salvation to the
i luck farmer.
I'ho people of the Garnett school
I'strlet number 73. enjoyed a ThniikR-
tiiving dinner and after-dinner p'u
gram at the schuol house
Mr. Sam Kodgnrs who has ben
seriously ill I convalescing.
Mr. O. J. Grove li.s been qui'e
sick but la reported better.
Mrs 11 Steolo and Tier mother. Mrs
Green spent Sunday at thu home of
Mrs. Clyde Green accompanied Iiy
her small ton. her sister and Mis
i woedlo nil of Heaver City were with
Mr M.Green tho .latter part of the
Aa Kilo is building n now stock
Mr Keever nnd fitmilv spent Thanks-
giving at the homo of Mr. K zuy.
Mr. Hlrtllngaud Mr. Asa Kile 'wore
'hunting on Thanksgiving day.
Dude Harlor went to Forgan Friday
and was caught in the ruin.
Grandma Kile has been sick tho past
' 7t A
Advertising Is the fer
tiliser of dull business
soil. Its work is manic. Tin n.
weaiened trado becomes a thine of
power when its roots feel tho healthy
Eiini'gut oi puuucity.
TOUR AD. IN OUR NEXT ISSUE
liiLi runvi: ii.
k. tun h.W N. U.I
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Ode (o "No Alan's Land."
In tho mitt of jean agon!.
When "No-Man't-Land" known afar
A an orphan child that none would on.
A homeloM waif of tho Toxan star.
Her rl.uli'ls danced in th linmlng tun.
Her inlraura shorn like Altndln ii renins
That lured tho let till tho day wo dotio.
With tholr fortiiiid clllea.nnd sparkllne
Her billowy hll! like n rolling ten
Stretclitd famway tanard tlieiratoot nlitht
Her ilrlftllix mini diinm lijr tho rl(r "H."
Boomed llkn a sun tamed rift of light.
Ilnrineidowiiit kiumoIoiik tho crk
Shown lllt ribbons of pmrad iirenu;
The nintiiirn kIiw ()f )l0r hllMdo chenV
Mado her a lion's inoit Horshlpllil iiucen.
Onrhnr tiilltya. and flnlnMind hills
Ont to the edge of Hik world afar.
Tl.r morod n ocean of life with thrills
A million of tilon with Ullnwy jar.
Tho oaitlo ho circled tho arnro blue
Ai A loft Ids iniito with her hungry brood;
Ho aullnd auny with a vision truo
And ciuiRht In hlttnltousthelrcoreted food.
IIu horn llli englota far up In the ky.
Uon ti l pinions of wide oxpanno.
Letting !h-n drop with fluttor and cry.
Catching them up attain nt a glanco.
Up from her canyons the night wind slgod
Mingled with olcri o wlord and wild
Flronioidaneel nnl n panther cried
Like tho doath-throo of a dying child.
The day dawn donlz nsof thesedgA
Cirrolod a ong to the bn-aking d ty.
The chipmunks iCurried along th ledge
T. a slmdow) iliclf In tho ell If ofrlny.
Thus In n chorus all nature rejuicod
That tlm lll-faml star tnol silll in tho iky
Ko lone In thu zenith but now It I voiced
In tho eong of tho toilor and tiller for nyo
Curss Old Sores Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases no matter of how long standing
are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr.
Porter's' Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Taia and Heals at the same time. 25c SOc fl.CO
cntinient in Christmas Gifts
It is not the intrinsio value of the
'hriatmas gift that counts so much '.s
the sentiment that inspires it. Hence
the small gift frequently contributes
more pleasure to the recipient than a
costlv ono. Especially is this so when
the gift is tastefully prepared when
it is nttractively wrapped and tied
and decorated with handsome seals
and stamps nud nn artistic nddre-o
card. Such adornments forcibly be-
speak the sentiment that inspires the
gift. Wo have u wonderful i'20-piecp
ptckago of these embellishment for
Christmas c'fts which wo are offering
to our subscriber in connection with
a year's subscription to our paper. In
addition to the package we also offera
year's subscription to Tho Weekly In-
ter Ocean and Farmer the largest
metropolitan weekly In tho West and
Farm and Home the best agricultural
paper. Tho threo papers and the pack
age we oiler for only JLLTi. Fuller tie-t-iils
of tills great offer will be found in
our jinnouncement on another page.
The Christmas package may be in-
inspected at our oflice.
To Curo a Cold In Ono Day
TakcIAXATIvnnUOMOQulnIne. It stops the
(-ougii una iieaaacne anil works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money If It falls to cure.
U. W. GKOVIi'S signature ou each box. tic
Let us build you an inch
ad. in this paper; a col-
umn ad. a page ad. or
uuy uiu cu4c uu.
Let It tell In forceful terms:
What you've got to sell
What it's worth
Why it's best at that price
Such an advertisement
in this paper will bring
buyers who hardly knew
you existed before you
lOuerrUtii. MM br v i u.)
Passing encomiums oniy over
your store counter about tho
qunlity of what you've got to
sell results in about as much
satisfaction as your wife would
get if you gave her a box of
cigars for Christmas
Advertising in This Paper
talks to everybody at once and makes
them talk back with money.
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unybody's In.in paper save money
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possible. Tell me how much money
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give yon some (acts about rates and
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Beautifully Embossed Covers three
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IDEAL CHRISTMAS I'RESENTS.
INTERNATIONAL I'UHLISHINC! rO.
Security Hldg.. Los Angeles Cal.
11-0 :2-ll flt
STRAYED or STOLEN- From
my pasture 10 miles west of
Boavor six yearling steers
branded i on loft hip will pay
Sli.QO per head for recovery pf
cattle and $50.00 for information
that will lead to the arrest nnd
conviction of tho party or parties
wljo toolc them. Address
O. L. Cain
11-27 12-18 4wk Liberal Kans.
FOR SALE Choice baled prairie hay
at my farm 11 miles southwest nt
Beaver. H. Plastku
U-17 tr KFD 1 Heaver. Okla
Lost A man's ruin coat either on
the main road north of Heaver or the
road south between Heaver and tin
Hort Harrison farm. Finder will be
liberal'y rewarded for return of coat
to this oflice or 11. M. Hulick at the
Register of Deed oflice Heaver Oklu.
(Money Vonrs for the Asking.
Have you been reading nnd taking
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The Oklahoma Daily New ono
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Today's Monthly Magazine one
Household .lotirnal one year
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Farm Life one year
Home Life one year
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They can't last always so como in early
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A specialty of Interior finish stair
work.storo fronts high class work.
Also cement work foundations
etc hacked by an encyclopedia of high-
est authority and years of experience.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reference
on request. Shop on Main Street res
idence on Main atreet Jtesulence
phone No. f2.
8-21 tf S S. Stro.no. Henvor Okla.
FOR IlENT-Uood clean two-room
house witli good well nnd cave and
barn for four head of stock. Call ut
Two house and lots In Arcarillo
Texas good retit'il property on car
line to trade for Beaver county prop-
erty. W. S l'OTTBIl
11-18 11-27 ftw.
3 DICKSON. II USH & DICKSON H
' BEAVER - - OKLA.
E. T. DAVIS
Phone )6 Ucncr; Okla.
DR. MILLER'S OLD STAND.
L. S. MUNSELL M. D.
Calls answered promply
by automobile to all parts of
Mon.-y to loan ou Heaver. Harper and
Ellis counties Oklahoma farms. Low
rates and a draft for your money when
papers nre recorded. Can approve
loans draw papers and pay put from
II. S. JUDY Western manager John
II Simp & Co. Ileadnuarters
Chas. F. Twyford
MetzRP" IMdtf. Beaver Okla
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls answered in Automobile. Resl
dunco Telephone Number Twenty-live
UEAVHR. - - OKLA
11. N. Lawson
DJI. E. F. PELLETTE
PostofTico Building. '
Claude T. Smith
Attorney nnd Counsellor
Olllee at- Residence
"t or ma..y years 1 was troubled In
sptto of all so-called remedies I used.
At last I found oulck reliof nnd cum
!ll tllOSP. mild. Vlt tVlArnnrrh nnrl
Ad ilnh SehfnireeV. nnfTnln. W.v
6CEHTS PER DOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
or children tatt. tart. Ho oolatmt
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9 The Woman's Tonic I
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