The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 36, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 11, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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TBI BEAVEK EKiULD BEAVEB. OKLAHOMA
tiib Beaver Herald
XAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publither.
PUBLISHED EVEItY THTJU3DAY.
K ;utni at tb poitoUlee M DeaTor Oklahoma
ai ieoDd claia mall matter.
AdvertUlng rates mftde known upon
application. Prlcf reasonable
Subscription Price $1.00 a Year
Co Clerk and
Com lt DUt
Com. id Din.
Com 31 DUt.
W. 0. Crow
P. P. Fryslnper.
cx-ofllcin KeRister of
II. M. Hullek.
John A. Spolm
H. 0. Fellow.
J. M Joner.
0. C. DeOrruv.
0. F. Twford
Geo. II. WrlRlit
J. II (Irlfwell UiUr.
V 0 UiitxilKu
Thou. MeLaiii Itrnj.
Railroad Time Tablc.
VI 'H1TA FALLS &
N) 8. p titttiif'T a rives.. . .7:30 t m
No. SI local arrives 3:15 p. m.
No 4 pa'sengor leave". 0M a in
No. '! local leaves 0 tin h in.
Connections at Woodward
(SiInfiEnst " Onfng West
10 "0a. in 8:'JI p. in.
t-'i'JO p in. 1:45 a in.
Connections at Elk City
OoIor East OiiIiir West
aiJOji in 12:'J0p in.
Utol p. in 1'J-Uui m.
ANDTHER PRIZE FOR CLUB WINNER.
In addition to the prizes won ni Mill-
witer by Clarence Strong for the best
aero nf mil i a report of which nppt ar-
edin tli" Ilieruu) January 28th he as
also the recipient nf an additional
p Ize or $5.0" awarded by Hon. Dick T.
Morgan momber of Congress from
thN dlH-lol. who had off m red h prize to
the winners in his dlalrlct. Mr. Mor-
gan's letter follows i
Washington D. C Jan 27 1013.
Mr. Clarence Strong .
Heaver Heaver Co. Ok la. '
l)jr Clarence; (
I-address you thus in a familiar way
mt because our personal acquaintance
Justifies such familiarity but with the
hop that we may become real friends
in the future. The authorities of the
Agricultural and Mtchanioal College
have Informed me that you are the
firlze winner In your county In the A '
A M. College Club Contest for a prize
whloh I offered of $25 00 whloh was to
be divided equally between the boys
miking the highest yield of grain crop
lu their respective counties. Six uiija
won prizes and 125.00 divided equally j
mnong them make $1.00 prize for each
boy but I have decided to add to my
priza $5.00 I herewith enclose my
check. for $5 00 payable to your order
I extend my hearty congratulations
on the success you havo achieved and
extend my yery best wishes for your
future success in life. I hope to visit
your county till year some time and
I trust that if you hear of my coming
you will try to meet in" as I should be
glad to Re p-riinhllj ecqu ilnled lth
you " i rxt'Uiiing'my bet wihe
Very sincerely your friend )
DiokT MnHfiiy M. it
It KeuMy Docs Relieve Rheu
Everybody who is aflllRted with
HheumatUm In any form should by all
means keep n boltleof Sloans Liniment
on hard. The minute jou (-el pnin or
soreness in a joint or mucle hut ho it
with Sloan's Liniment. Do nut rub it.
Sloan's penetrates almost immediately
right to the seat of pain relieving the
hot tender swollen feeling and mak-
ing the part easy and comfortable (ie
a bottle nf Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it in
the house against Colds Soro and
Swollen Joints Lumbago Sciatica and
likd ailments. Your money back if
not satislled but it does give almost
Instant relief. Buy a battle today.
AN ESSAY ON MEN.
A llttlo girl wrote the following
composition on men:
'Men are what women marry. They
drink and smoke and swear but don't
go to church 1'arhaps if they wore
bonnets they would. They are more
logical than women and also mora zo-
o'oglcal. Doth men and women sprung
from monkeys but the women sprung
farther than the men "London Opin-
ion Whenever You Need a dcneral Tonic
Wie Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chin Tonic Is equally valuable as a
CJeneral Tonic because It contains the
well known tonic propertlesofQUININB
and IRON. It acts on tha Liver Dtives
out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
Solids up tho Whole System. 50 cents
that mat ommr not iotepxs
CORUESPONDENTS. TAKE KOTICE-Klndly mail your News Letters
so they will roach this ofHoe NOT LATER than Tudsday of each wetk-ED.
District No. 151
Such beautiful spriug-liko weather I
Mr. and Mrs. J. IMwIlor of IMver.
side were visiting their children
around hero the last few days.
Grandma itrown Is feeling much bet-
ter (Had she is able to walk out there
nice warm days.
Mr Sprague and 'on Clark are pre-
paring to take n trip to Oregon lo look
for a homestead in those regions.
Mr and Mr -ndruv? l'ierson visit-
ed the former's brother south of Como
from Wednesday till Thursday
W O Mathen anil wife were shop-
Ipn in II aver Saturday
Ml Corn Dunn Leighton and Ofaeo
Eyer nere pleasant callers at the home
cf Mr and Mrs II 0 Gray Sunday
Qtilie n few are hauling off their
kxlUr now and receiving from 70 cents
to 70 cents per bushel. Wo think it
will reach the $ yet
Mr. Benger is now back en his home
place building putting down n well
and mnklug tiling" hum in general We
walccme our new neighbors and hope
we will all be benefitted by their help
and presence to this community
John pBiigler has JuU completed a
nln- new barn on his farm north of
Tiffin lie will firm his placo himselr
The Literary was well attended Sat-
Tlio Y P. O A. meeting are grow-
ing with much interest and we are so
proud of our young folks. Whtn they
become older thty will realize If they
don't now the great good they ara do.
riving from their meetings.
Colds nrc Often Most Serious
Stop Possib'c Complications.
The disregard of n Cold has often
brought many a regret. The fact of
Sneezing Coughing or a Fever should
be warning enough that your system
needs immediate attention. Certainly
Loss of Sleep Is most serious. It Is a
warning given by Nature. It is man's
duty to himself to assist by doing his
part Dr. King's New Discovery is
based on h scientific analysis of Colds.
OOu. at your Druggist. i3uy a bottle
We are having nice weather again
for a few days
Alvln Berkshire left (or St John
Kansas January 20th in answer to a
summons calling him home on account
of his mother being yery Blck at that
Mr. Hurtling left for Kansas last
Saturday to see his mother who fell
and broke her hip.
Roy Wilcox teacher in District No.
73 drove over to his home near Balkh
Itrv Italian! Is holding a series nf
in etings at the Mt. Vernon school
hou. at presont.
Mr Keevernnd daughter Lennlo and
M . iWIrr and daughter Goldlo left
f . l!.l .ruin hut 'nk
Mr. In Kile and two sons Hay and
Olrii left for Colorado last Saturday
Cures Old Soros Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worat caici.no matter nlliorloiiL'lonillnc.
are cured liy the wonderful old tellable Dr.
I-orter'a Amiteplic Heallnir Oil. It relieve.
Tain and Heals at the same time. SSc 5Cc. J I ill
Feb. 0. Fanners are Jubilant over
advancing prices of kafllr maize and
wheat Those who sold their wheat
early are sighing "It might have
Messrs. Jenks 4$no Young and Mc-
Clurg were marketing grain hihI broom
corn at Knowles this weuk.
L. I. Girton and Mr Buckley wero
Master John Kleppor has an attack
Mr Haumgartnor's health is some-
A blind man gave a musical enter-
tainment at Surpriso school house
Wednesday night. Susie Jones was
voted the most popular young Isdy.
O O. Kleppor and family visited at
Mr. Dunn's last Sunday.
Hussell Martin was a Sunday guest
of the Johnson's.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. GIrton visited
their nephew Arthur and wife at the
A. B. Grace horns.
uvin ouogmade a ilylne visit to
Liverre. going down on the truin from
Mrs. Grace at division. Texas is
reported somewhat better all but her
Mrs James Harford returned home
Tuesday. She report a wee daughter
at the home of Air and Mrs. West her
son-in-law and daughter
Hnjns Tinnln ntid Gilbert Hohncr
claim the honors for Twin Mounds
school in a ciphering match in a neigh-
boring school Friday.
Buell Overton vas with his sister At
the L I Girton homcSunday and Mon
Sir and Mrs. Loveall and children
are visiting at tho Dr Htickmaster
home. Mrs. Lovenll l the doctor's
Onck A Wkbjc.
The Liver Regulates the Body
A Sluggish Liver Needs Care.
Someone has said that people with
Chronic Liver Uomplnlnt should lie
shut up nway from humanity for they
nre pessimists and see t hamuli a "glnsi
darkly" Why? Docaiua mental stales
depend upon physical states. Bllinm-
ness HeadacliHs Dizziness and Cnn
stlpatinn disappear after using Dr
king's Aow Life Pills. 'Jjc. o.t your
Most all the men of this neighbor.
hood nre llolping Leffel it Sloam thresh
Mark Slinrpe of Weatherford Texa
is horu visiting his brother I. II
Mrs. Wm. Moulinarv. Mrs. V. W
Hayden and babies were calling on
Mrs. E W Praters Wednesday evening
O. C. Myers spent Wednesday even
ing at G; II. Laws'.
Mrs Blanche Gabler and children
spent last Saturday at V. W. llayden's.
$100 toward $100
Th reudi m of tins paper will be
1.1 mj.-d to liurtl that there la lit luast on
dreaded disease that solcnce lias been
.air to uru In nil Its nlocon. mid that lr
vat. rrli. linll'n Cntnrrli Cure In the onl
iinbltlve rure new luioun to the medical
i raternlty. CAlarrh being n constitutional
'license re'i'dies a constitutional trcnl
tne-iit. Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In
U'rnolly ncllnir dlr'Cll upon tho blood
and mucous BUi faces of the system there
by destroying1 the foundation nf the dls
wise rtnd Klvlin? the patient fftreiiBth liv
bulldliiE up the ronntltutlon and assisting
nntiiie Jii.tlolne ltd work. The proprietors
linvo to much fnlth In its curative pow-
er that thoy offer One Hundred Dollars
for miy case that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Addrotl r J CIIKNUT A CO. Toledo. O
Sold Ur nit DrncRtao 7&c
Take Hall's Tamil)- rllli for conailpatlon.
out for six weeks moro
The ground hog saw
Bro. Jewett of Lavorne has been
holding n protracted meeting at the
Busch Chapel the past week
O. B. II listed and family who have
been visiting near Supply returned
home tho first of the week.
Miss Susie Illchard visited oyer nlghi
Saturday with Mis Haddia Graeey.
IL M. Wilmoth made a business trip
to Forgan Tuesday
Col. J.J. Frey of Gate was in this
neighborhood tho tirst of the week.
Jake Llttlo purchased u Ford car re-
cently. D O. Graeey Is here visiting hi'
daughters Mrs. Chas. Ward Mrs Gor
don Oiimnberlain and .Miss Unddiii
Graeey at present.
Little Harold Ward ! quite sick at
Stop That Cough-Now.
When you catch Cold or begin to
Cough the llrat thing to do I to take
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-lIoney. It peno-
trnttis the linings of the ThroaW and
LUngs mid lights the Germi of tho Di
sease giving quick relief and natural
neaiiug. -uur wnoie lamiiy uepeuil
on Plne-Tnr-IInney for Coughs and
Colds" writes Mr. E. Williams Ham-
il ton. Ohio. It always helps. L'.lc. at
The box supper given nt the school
house was a success in every way The
proceeds was $3S.23 part of which will
bo used to buy fixtures for the play
ground and the rest to be used to help
pay for the piano. Catherine Cook
Won the cake as she was the most pop-
illarcirl. Thorn nrnnnl atr nnlo mun!
in Gate but O O. Mondcnhall was vot. !
..I... ii . j 5
ed the ugliest and won pie.
T rn!.A-.. -....A- 1 o-. i-'
f '1.1 n l.ln n 4!..f. .1 n 11a ....!
plenty of mud and snow on lib return
The Friends are going to put up a
tent to hold Sunday School In and save
It pays to advertise in the IIkrami
Mrs. J A. Lee has sold all of the
cockerels she had for sale. One man
came twenty miles from tho southwest
Our postmaster Ifarvey McLeod
has been oil duty a week with lagrlppe
Mrs. Caress also has been one of the
"shut. ins" as she had the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs Miller and daughter
have been visiting the latter's brother
T. A Williamson.
The pool hall owned by Cliff Cope
caught ilre again last week and was
burned to tho ground. Boy Green's
feed yard was barely saved by the he
roic work of our citizens.
Mrs O.O. Mendendall helped In the
O. K Still store whllo Mrs. Caress was
Did you ever hear of a school where
every one you ask about the school will
say "I guess they are having a
good school I never hear nf any com-
plaint." Gatu has a school that no
ri linds fault with. Tho only fault is
in thu patrons Miot visiting the school
and see what they are doing. They
could learn something if they would
spend "an aftornoon visiting thu differ-
ent rooms. They would understand
why the scholars do not want to miss
and why they lovo their teacher. 1
am certainly proud of our school and I
think overy parent ought to bu inter
eited enough to visit the school and in
tlits way encourage both scholar and
WHY I SHOULD GET AN EDUCATION?
(Iljr W. V. MrKnlgbt.)
Oh! why should I go to ecliool7
Why should I leurn to read?
Why learn those technical rules?
Why do I need to speed?
Why should IJstudy the world?
And know each country and name?
Why should I ask -What do the do?"
When I should have learned foi
Why should I "learn some work?"
And learn to do it so good?
Because It's a Joy to tno and you
And makes my living and food.
Mow can I speak to men
Engaged in the various trades
When I in school had never learned
The best way to give them aid?
'low can they say to you
"You traveled where I've been"
If lu your endeavor yon can't "be
And "help your fellow-men?"
How can I lead the blind
When they can Bee more than I ;
My talents hid in a rag somewhere
Perhaps you can tell me why?
How can I deal with n thief
Who "Hggers" me out of my crop
If I can't read write figure and spell
Like those in the "room at the top?"
How spend my leisure hourf
Not upders landing the scene;
How this big world turns and hum;
For "things are not what they
Why disgrace myself
My friends my family and Lord
By making excuses all my life
For .being so ignorant and tired? .
Better rub those talents up
The Mighty God hath nwide
And start for sahool with extra speed
And try tor the "hundred grado "
Logan. Okla. Feb. 2 1015
LOOK AT YOURSELF
Is Suffering Writing Lines
In your Face?
and so 08
of tho old
hue a 1-
her face Secret mifTcrlnp; nnd sickness
13 writing- thoso lines every day plainer
They don't know what to do. Their
backs ache their bodies ache; poor ap-
drooping shoulders alwnya tired. Prob-
ably sufloring from organic or function
al trouDio peculiar to womt n. Doctors
don't seem to help them. It's pitiful.
But thoro is a way out.
A distinguished Southern physician
avo n llfo timo of constant study to
perfecting a remedy for euJIerinir wo-
men and when ho had perfected It ho
rightly called it Stella VTfae tho star
All dealers eel! It and so certain nro
they thnt they guarontco to givo year
money back if Stella- Vitaa doesn't; ben-
efit you. If you want to stop that nag-
ging pain n!d your digestion clear up
your complexion nnd regain your physi
cal attractions try nuotuo oistciia
Vltae. Trvittodav. Don't hesitate for
It costa you nothlnff. itfaUa to benefit
ri-ou. juuruuuicr ecus iu in 91 uuiiica.
'Plinelwl- TivliMnn Cn nf PhlttnrhVM
rT00 - xourueaier Eeiisic in?iiottic3
Thacher Medicino Co.. nt Chattanboira.
Fr ac FRED C. TRACY
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions Mrs. Bullock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron Ky. In an interesting Idler
from this place Mrs. Beltlc Bullock
writes as follows : "I suffered for four
years with womanly troubles and during
this time 1 could only sit up for a little
while and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called In and his treat-
ment relieved me for a while but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that nothing seemed to do me any good.
Coughs Qi Night OT?cftffwiSS3lJ
For a good relieving remedy use
It Eases Ihe Lungs
Jt checks coughing relieves chest pains Hoarseness Loss of
Voice Sore Lungs Wheezing and Difficult Breathing. Good for
children or adult3.
Prlco 25c 50c and St.00 per Dctllo
Buy tl.e $1 00 size. It contains five tunes a much as the 23c size anil you
get frcewitheacli bottle one Dr. Ilerntk'sCapsicura Plaster for the chest.
JAS. F. DALLAIJD Proprlcf-jr ST. LOUIS MO.
Sold by F C. TRACY llcnvcr Oklahoma
sfliTriinnif riirnrnnf rmifnirm w w iiriinTrmiirmnnir iuif r
. DR. MORROW'S HOSPITAL 3
j . LIBERAL KANSAS S
fc: Dr. A. JM. MORROW Surgeon in charge. zS
CLAIM SECURITY AGENCY
SECURITY FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION
Negotiators for Farm Loans
6 per cent Interest 5 or 10.
Years. Straight 2 1-2 per cent
Commission. Call or write.
Our PleLn is New and Good
Wagons and Buggies
We have just unloaded a car each
of WEBER wagons and ANCHOR
buggies. The Weber wagon is the
only wagon manufactured of materi-
al especially seasoned and selected
for the Southwest trade and is
equipped with at least
$20.00 Worth of Extras
not found on other makes and the
price is no higher. We need not
comment pn the Anchor buggies.
Everybody knows that if it is an
ANCHOR its good. Should you need
a Wagon or Buggy let us show you
our line and prices.
CARTER TRACY HARDWARE COMPANY
I had gotten so weak 1 could not Stand
and 1 gave up in despair.
At last my husband got me a bottle ol
Cardul the woman's tonic and I com-
menced taking it. From the very first
dose I could tell It was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me and am doing all my work."
If you arc all run down from womanly
troubles don't give up In despair. Try
Cardui the woman's tonic. It has helped
more than a million women In its 50
years ot continuous success and should
surely help you too. Your druggist has
sold Cardul for yurs. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom-
mend IL Begin taking Cardul today.
IPWfe to: Crutlmoosra Mtlklne Co. LaiJIrs'
Advisory Dipt.. Cluttanoogj Tenn. for Evectal
Imtructiont on your case and 64-pige book. ' Horn
7r.atra.nt lor Wbuo" sent la plain wrapper. 4s
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