The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 15, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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tho Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
UAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY.
KatarwlatttxpottoIUceat BaTor Oklahoma.
ai lecond clan mall matter.
Advertising rates mado known upon
application. Prtc reasonable.
Subscription Price $1.00 a Year
Clerk of Diit Court
Clerk of Co. Court
V. C. Crow
P. P. Frysinger.
Ceo. H. Wright.
Geo. II. Healy.
H. 0. Fellow.
O. F. rruott.
J M. Jones.
C. 0. DoGraw.
Claude T. Smith.
Re? of Deeds
II. M Bullck.
It. Hagan Irnnhoe.
A. Haskell Elmwood.
Tlios. MoLaln Gray
Corn lit Dlit.
Com. 2d Dltt. A
Com. 3d Dltt.
A Big Fared Post Rate Cut.
Postmaster General Burleson's pro-
posals to Increase tho weight limits of
parcel post packages In the first and
second zones from twenty to fifty
pounds to admit books to the parcel
post and to reduco rates In the third
fourth fifth and sixth zones "ore ap-
proved Saturday by the Interstate
The maximum weight of parcels to
nil zones boymid the second was in-
creased from eleven to twenty pounds.
Tho approved changes in rates and
weights to bo In effect January 1 1014
To reduce tho rates for the third
zone from seven cents for the first
pound nnd five cunts for each addition-
al pound to six cents for tho first
pound and two cents for eacn addition-
To reduce the rate for the fourth
zono from eight cents for tho first
pound nnd six cents for each addition-
al pound to soven cents for tho first
pound and four ccuts for .each ad-
To reduco tho rates for tho sixth
zone from ten cents for the first pouud
nnd nine cents for each additional
pound to nine cents for the lirst pound
and eight cents for each additional
"It seems obvious" says the com-
missioner "that tho scrvicu to the
public will ba prompted by these
changes provided the revenuo from the
service is not less than the cost there-
of. Your experiences nnd statistics
seem to show clearly that the rovenuo
will not ba less than the cost of tho
"We can conceive of no opposition to
the Increased weights nnd reduced
rites proposed except from tho car-
riers that transport tho mails. Wo
havo had some objections from them
on tho ground that tho increased
woigbt should not be permitted until
provision for additional compensation
to tho carriers has been made."
It Is provided "that the ratoof post-
ago on parcels containing books weigh-
ing eight ounces or less shall be one
cent for each tiro ounces or fractional
part thereof and on those weighing in
excess of eight ounces tho one parcel
post rates shall applv." This is to bo
effective March 10 10M.
Consent was also given by tho com
mission to tho admission of shipments
of gold gold bullion aud gold dust in
Alaska and to and from Alaska in pack-
ages weighing not moro thnn eleven
pounds. The rata of postage Is fixed
nt two cents nn ounce or fraction there-
of for all distances.
The ohange relating to books Iiob
strongly been urged by oiraulatliig
libraries schools uolleges and pub-
lishers over sluco the establishment of
the parcels post service as the present
restrictive weight limit and rate on
books aro prohibitive to n great extent
except in the case of catalogues
i. .... .i i . . .
iv nut urt'iupu auvtsaoin in place
tho order changing the nlasslflcation
oi uooks in eueoi on January 1 as .
was desired to glvo at least thvee
months notlco to firms whoso r.ata
logues wore now being printed.
Worms the Cause of
A foul disagreeable breath dark
circles nround the t veSat Umc fever.
Ish with great th.irst; elieeks llushod
nud then palo Abdomen swolleu with
sharp crampir.g pa(ns are nil Indica-
tions of wor.8. Don't let your child
sutrer-Klr.knpoo Worm Killer will
glvo sur. relief It kills the worms
while if laxative effcot addB'greatly to
the health of your child br removing
the dangerous and disagreeable effcot
r .. .
' rormsnnu parasites irom tho sys-
toAn. Klckapoo Worm Klllcrasnhealth
produoer should! bo In every Jiousohold.
"Perfectly safe liny a box totlny. Price
2.1c. All druggists or by mail
Kicknpoo Indian Mod. Co. Phila. or
TP V p Wn
Kiowa Flash Light.
Warner Jott wont to Laverno Mon-
day witli hogs and whiln thero one of
his horses took sick and had to loavo
it and come back homo Wednesday.
Tho "Texas Wanderer" was visiting
among us a few days this week.
Wild geese wero seen flying north-
Valentino and Son have been selling
a good deal of their feed stuff the past
Fivo loads of broom corn passed this
way to tho Lav'orno market Tuesday.
Olllo Oncal returned home at day-
light Tuesday morning from Laverne
having been gone since Saturday.
Railroad promoters havo again bob-
ed up only thrco dlfferont lines In the
field and all kinds of propositions are
being sprung. What wo really want
Is th sro the old steam horse speeding
across our fertllo fields. W boliuvo
If tho railroads want to come our way
that when the proper tlmo comes they
will come without any of our assistance
Grandma Scott and daughtur Mrs.
0. V. Oncal wore calling on Mrs. Dar-
Mrs. Stark Moyer nnd Miss tlazol
Enslow of Ivnnhoo were calling on
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ridcuour Wed-
nesday. Mr. Boon and wlfo of Speermore but
for the past two years have been resi
dents of Lipscomb Texas were calling
on their friends Mr aud Mrs. Mc-
Gulre Wednesday. Mr- Been has mov-
ed back to Speercmoro again. Wo
wondor if the Into railroad excitement
at that placo is not tho cause of his ro
turn Nothing like getting In on the
0. V. Oncal went tip to tho county
sent Wednesday to renew old acquain
tances at tho hub city.
Grandma Foster has beon reported
(julto sick but wo hope- to hear of her
Say boys how about that cake that
Is to bo "made to order"? How many
is to cat it anywny? What kind Is It
to bo nnd whon is tho time set? Tho
light is turned on boys and we will
wait for later developments. Oh como
Win. Valentino lost n valuablo horsa
Wednesday night from entingtoo much
wheat nnd has two other thnt aro in a
dangorous condition. Some time dur
ing tho night tho thrco horses got th
door open on tho grnuary and thuj
proceeded to cat their till and they
were not discovered in timn to prevent
them getting sick. This will be a great
loss to Mr. Valentino.
Mrs Erlcksou the wife of our effici
ent school teacher is vory sick at this
writing but ho hope to hear of her
Someone lias said thnt tomorrow has
a solution for every problem. What's
the matter with today? If it can bo
solved tomorrow why not today.
Oh such lovely weather. Wo have
henrd some of our neighbor ladies talk
about making garden now what do
you think of that. Tho tine warm
weather has caused the buffalo grass
to grow nnd it is n common sight to
soo acres of green grass in the low
A. D McGuiru and Frd Cox were
hauling baled hay from Laverno Thurs-
day. Robert Miller received the news last
Thurtdity ovening of the serious Illness
or his brother Kills Miller nt Shat
tuck. Robert left at once.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five years ago I hnd the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of
and Chnmberlnin'H Tablets cured me"
writos S. K. Fish. Brooklyn Mich For
sale by all dealers.
Jan. 10 10W. Whore's the man who
prophevicd"this nice weather wouldn't
Nearly uvery male citizen in tho
community is helping to movo tlinrew
church. It is now all on the church
lot nnd rapidly being rutsed proving
the old sajing true thnt "many hands
make quick work."
The women proved to tho satisfac-
tion of the judges that they ought to
have the right of suffrage at Twin
Mounds literary Friday night. The
gentlemen took the negative side of
John nnd Henry Baumgartner de-
livered broomoorn at Laverne last
Monday Wo understand they told
i hup wswiji. jii.aHnjMjBwajwriwr ijkjiwii.tjaiuw m t k"wi
T r W " tT V T p
for $100 00por ton.
Torn Smith was a Laverne visitor on
Mr. and Mrs Corn visited Mr. and
Mrs. James Harford this week.
There was a good crowd nt Sunday
School last Sunday. Watch us grow
whon we get Into tho new church.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Glrton were dinner
guests of I'.-of. and Mrs. W. L Hen-
son last Sunday.
J. B Howo has called his sale off and
will remain In Beaver county.
Dr. nnd Mrs Buckmaster visited rel-
atives In Forgan recently
A. W. McClurg attended church nt
Sunset last Sunday night.
Twin Mounds Sunday School has a
promising young choir In training.
They are n little timld-as yet but we
reel sure thoy will mnke good with
time and practice.
Tho health of tho neighborhood is
unusually good this winter with the
exception of whooping cough which is
now almost a thing of the past.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Jones baby
Margnrett aud Mrs. Thompson were
pleasant callers at the Johnson home
Francis Thompson's mall car is cut-
ting all kinds of antios these days. It
seems to start out nil right then balks
and has to bo loft by the wayside and
his trusty horses aro resorted to in
order to get in on schedule tlmo.
An Ideal Woman's Laxative.
Who wants to take salts or castor
oil when there is nothing better thnn
King's New Llto Pills for nil bowe-
troubles. They uct gently and natur-
ally on tho stomach and liver stimu
Into aud regulate your bowels aud tone
up tho entire system. Price 2uo. Al
nil druggists. 11. E. Bucklen & Co.
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
R. G. Dunlup was called to
Saturday to assist In drawing
for the January term of court.
John Oaley drayed n load of kafllr
corn to Knowlea for Fritz Roberts
January 5th. Mr Roberts was one of
our successful farmors last season.
G. B Bingham has about thirty head
of stock on about 40 acres of wheat and
volunteer oats trying to koep the oats
down and it from killing out tho wheat.
It Is not cold enough yet to knock out
oats Mrs. Bingham has her cows on
the oats so has her daughter Mrs. J.
W. Oaley. It is certainly tlno feed
nnd surely blessed is tho person who
turns his time to dairying and produc-
es sucli lino produots as these two es-
T. L. How to create a stimulus in
tho study of arithmetic has offered
three prizes for the 1st solution of
three different problems. First In
stools for the advanced pupils ; Second
in percentage 'Jnd class; Third in
fractious for tho class In fractious
contest to come to close January Oth
Winnor's names and problem and prize
will bo named in next issue.
Quite a number aro expressing their
heart felt thanks to our President Wil
son for the consumation of the our
renoy bill. What we want is cheaper
mouey. This 18 and 1M per cent we
Our hardware merchant line gone
partly into the feed business as well.
Our dance hall is being moved to
Thomas Fleming's farm one mllanorth
of Twill Mound schoul house. This
hall was built when the young and old
met under the nuspices of and were
known as the Y M. A W. 0. A. As
near as tho writer knows devotional
exercises were first entered into aud
then a soolal during n recess. Then at
ton o'clock the house whs called to
ordor nnd the members danced until
midnight. This arrangement nt Inst
fell through and the hall wax a dead
letter until our late pastor Rev. Cox
pursunded tho class at Twin Mound to
buy it which they did somo under-
standing it was to be a parsonage and
not a church so today January Oth
Messrs. Martin MoClurg Henzlor
Guinm How aud others commenced
the removal and the dancing in the
future will be in the hall under Odd
Fellows' and Masons' Hall
Fletcher Dunlop returns to his Colo-
rado home near Artesin. Don't be gono
so long next time Fletcher.
Mrs. Ed Lane was suddenly taken
slok January Oth after supper A severe
headache then a deep cold. Now to all
appearances blllious fever. We hope
for her speedy recovery.
January 7th at eve the place that
knew our hall this a m. will know It
VrT f V -T
no rnoro forover. It has been convert
ed Into a church. Some soven wagon
nnd several four-horso teams drayed It
away under tho steerage of .Mr.
H cnslor. The teams alone represented
n cash valuo of near (2000 Tho own-
ers of the teams were Messrs. John nnd
Henry Baumgardner Grace 0. Junks
T. Glrton. L. McClurg James Craw
ford J B. How. Ned nnd E. A.
Macy's tenant C. Gumm 0. Klepper
possibly others. The men that moved
It are here but where aro they who
For Weakness nnd Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard Genera! trtoBthtdlDi tonic
GROVE'S TABTRLUSS chill TONIC drives out
Malaria and builds up the ayatem. A true tonic
isdtureAppctlier. For adults and children. 50c.
weather 1P14 Is
Married : Upon New Year's day
occurred the marriage of Miss Nettle
UolsTroman and Walter Lehman
one of the successful merchants of
La Kemp. We oxtend heartiest con-
gratulations to this excellent young
jounle starting out on tho sea of mat
rimony under such brilliant skies.
May their sorrows always decrease
and their Joys abound and bore's
wishing not only this one but many
happy New Year's through life.
W. II. Jackson has not yet returned
from his trip to New Mountniu Viow
Mo but he wrote back so his little
girl tells that wages are from (1 50 to
J15 00 per day. Pretty good for old
.Missouri. Wish we could strike a $15
per day Job. Think we should stay.
Ivan Lawson 7 years otd carried off
tho honors in the spelling match in
the Sophia District last Thursday
spelling down some of the 8th graders.
I'retty good for such a small boy.
Tho Literary society nt Happy Hol-
low seems to be quite a success but
there is Just a little to' much boozo.
Stephen Shoemato was quite sick
Friday and Stephen A dam's folks worn
Isaac Murdock put in tho holidny
vacation hauling foed.
Guy Gilliam resumed his school du-
ties at Liberal ugnin Monday morning.
There will bo anothor spcllingschool
it Sophia district January nth. Mr.
Caskey intends giving a short pro-
gram which will mako it still more
interesting as well as profitable.
Sophia now boasts of a full Hedged
band and wo tiro told the boys make
lome very creditaolu music.
. Sophia Tattlek.
For Frost Bites and Chapped
For frost bitten enrs fingers and
toes ; chapped hands und lips chilblains
cold sores red nnd rough skins there
is nothing to equal BucMen's Arn.;n
Salve. Stops tho pain ntonce nnd heals
quickly. In every home there should
be a box handy all the time. Beit
romrdy for all skin diseases itching
t-czeuia tetter piles etc. 25c All
druggists or by mail. 11. E. Bucklen
& Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Some of tho boys had quite a surprise
on New Yenr's nve whon they went to
charivari Roy Birtling and found ho
was not marriod.
Asa and Alfred Kile went to Forgau
Thursday of last week returning Fri-
day. Mr. Keiiver nnd Willie Kilo were
visitors at the county seat Thursday
J. F. Green of Forgan visited this
neighborhood in an nuto Friday last
Mrs. Ada Steele teacher in district
73 is on the sick list at present.
Edna Kile was on the sick list last
week and had to lose ono day of school
the first dny in four months that she
Dude Bennington returned from his
trip to Now Mexico the tlrst cf last
Rev. John Kilo was holding a revival
meeting in tho Camp Creek neighbor-
hood last week.
Last Wednesday January 7th was
Grandpa Kile's 08th birthday and his
son Dave Kilo and family his daugh-
tor Mrs. Henry Mceso and family
took him by surprise by coming to
take dinner with him.
Miss Forol Plunell vlsltod with the
home folks last week returning to
Mabel and Eva Green returned to
Beaver Sunday after spending the
holidays at homo.
H. N. Lawson
Ml. E. F. PELLETTE
E. T. DAVIS
Phone 9o Beaver Okla
DR. MILLER'S OLD STAND.
Money to loan on Beaver Harper and
Ellis counties Oklahoma farms. Low
rates and a draft for your money when
paper are recorded. Can approve
loans draw papers and pay out from
II. S. JUDY Western manager John
II. Shup & Co. Headouarters
Chas. F. Twyford
Mctzger Bids. Beaver Okla
L. L. Lorvg
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls answered In Automobile. Rest
lonco Telephone Number Tweuty-llvo
BEAVER. - - OKLA
L. S. MUNSELL M. D.
Calls answered promply
by automobile to all parts of
Tlios P. Braldwood Tlios. C. Braldwood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
H3o3n.ded- -"bstx acters
Prompt Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
I3EAVEIR mm l?lE!2..
J. W. THOK5PSOM Prop.
Our house- Is one of the BEST In town nnd 'Irst
ablos supplied with the best tho market affords and
Every courtesy extended.
VEH 101 El
A GHOUL HIE TAKE
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 you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Ton-o
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININli and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic aud is in Tasteless I'orm. It has no equal for Malaria Chills and Fever
Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale Sickly Cbitdreu. Removes Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sun Appetizer . A Complete Strengthened
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean It. 50c.
Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die But
One Helped Him to
Pomcroylon Ky. In interesting ad
vices from this place Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows : I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years and
would have sick headache so bad at
times that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad I could not cat or sleep
and all my friends except one thought I
wouiu ax. no advised me lo
ineoioras mack-Draught and
rriCCJ nea&onable Satisfaction Guarnntrod
DR. R. S. TANNER
Votorlnnry Surgeon and Dentist
Calls made Dny or Night
Office phone 20 Residence phono 17
BEAVER. - OKLAHOMA
A specialty of interior finish stair
work store fronts high class work.
Also cement work foundations
otc backed by nn encyclopedia of high-
est authority and years of oxperiooco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reference
on request. Shop on Mnin Street res-
idence on Main Street Residence
phone No. 62.
8-21 tf S S. Strono Benver. Okla.
8 DICKSON. R USI1 dt DICKSON j
S ATTORNEYS S
$12.50 to $35.00
Large New Line to
We Tan Your Hides
LIBERAL HARNESS CO
Busy Spot on 2nd Street
class in every respec t
rates very reasonable
Liking other medicines. I decided 6a
take his advice although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been laking Black-Draugfa.
for three months and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick lieadach
since I began using It.
I am so thankful for what Blacfc-
Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Ulack-Draught has beca
found a very valuable medicine for de-
rangements of the stomach and liver. U
is composed of pure vegetable herbs
contains no dangerous ingredients and
acls gently yet surely. It can bs freely
used by young and old and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter. M
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