The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 17, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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Are Organizing the
STATE RURAL CREDIT ASSOCIATION
R. H. WILSON StS::ru"uo;: President.
You are invited to become a member. Hundreds have already
joined. Any member borrows up to 50 per cent
value of land security
AT 5 Per Cent INTEREST
No commissions no renewal charges no attorney fees.
On 20-29-49 Ye.rs Time
A small payment yearly-less than you are now paying
for interest alonepays interest and principal in full.
This plan has been operating successfully among European farm-
ers for 147 years. Now in full operation in Illinois and Kentucky
with Oklahoma Kansas Minnesota and other states organizing.
The American farmer like the European farmer is at last to have
money at a low rate and on long time as the
railroads and manufacturers.
Endorsed by Presidents Roosevelt Taft Wilson
and the thinking minds of our nation.
Members Share Equally in All Dividends.
Home OfficeOklahoma City Oklahoma.
See Representative R. E. CARTER District Organizer
at White House Hotel Beaver Okla. for short time only.
HAIL AND RAIN.
A halt itorm passed through the
county southeast of Ivanhoo Intt
Thursday evening and several Ileitis of
reheat and oats wore damaged to a
great extent. Among the heavy losers
near here are W. J. Ilenulgh O. H.
Witt O. A. Ilateman M. Keynoldi A.
S. Elmore D.T. Morehrad M. Key-
nolds Jr. Will Terral 0. E. Oenoii
V. P. Freeman J. A. IMnckard J. W.
Walkor Jim Donovan aud (Jeorge
Laehi Soma of" the cropi were not
badly damaged but most of them Buf
fered from a W) to a 100 per cent loss.
The itorm camo from the direction of
Lipscomb and left a strip of total loss
of all crops In Us track.
Another hailstorm passed through
the country about Chaney the same
day totally destroying tho wheat In a
largo area of country and In some
places there the hall was to scvero that
It broke down trees
The hall was accompanied by heavy
rains which helped raise tho already
swollen streams. Wednesday night
the 2nd the bridge across Wolf creek
at Hlggins wan washed out. The
bridges on the Wolf at Lipscomb
Shattuak and Gate are now standing
over dry land as the river has cuts
new channel around the bridges. The
W. F. A N. W. railroad bridge across
tho Wolf ntar Supply has gone down
aud tho Santa Fo bridge acros the
Canadian river at Moreland wont out
On Twenty-Five Mile creek north of
Qage a family by tho name of Duck
consisting of a man nnd wife nnd two
children wore drowned while trying to
escape from their house to higher
ground. Ivanhoe News.
Cures Old Sores Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worslcn no mutter of how Ions .landing
lite cured by the wondttful old reliable Dr.
lv.rtr' Anllaenllc llrattnff Oil. It rtllem
I'aln and Heals at the aatne time :5c 50c. 51.00
Largo mom for rent furnished or
unfurnished Apply nt Ilarber shop
Hig tcum of mules for sale.- face W.
W. Knowles Denver Okln. C-3 It
Will you need harvest hnnds? If so
telephone control olllcc at Heaver La
Kemp or Forgan or write to rae at
Beaver or Forgan Okla.
II. 1'. GAnrtKTT. Labor Com.
1-2Jtf for Hoover County. I
Pasture for Horses and Mules
I hove the Ginter pasture nnd will
pasture horses and mules at 40 cents
per head per month. Plenty of gross
water and sail furnished.
0 A. Bi.oshkr
3-11 8-20 Omos Klmwood Okla.
Dr. Hlgginbotham Kyo Knr Nose
nnd Throat surgeon at tho hospital
Libornl Kansas eoch Saturday.
Phone IB. 1-3 0-21 0 inns
To Swat tho Fly successfully you
must hovu good tight fitting screen
doorn. Foul W. Light A Company have
the kind of doors you want.
Founu At tho pott olllcc lobby an
umbrella. Owner may havo same by
Identifying nnd pnying for this unticu.
(1-17 7-1 3t.
Invigorating to tho Pnlc and Sickly
trt . 1 1. 1 atn.1a.il nanarnl ilMnrtl lttla.M iul.
lPClU'IOtn"' v !-. ii wit iik IUII1C.
OROVWS T ASTHMiSS Chill TON IC dtlvca out
Mnlarln.enrlche the hlood.tindbiilhl ii nthe iy.
tern. A ttue touic. l'or adulli and children J0c
Illble school at 10 o'clock n. in.
Morning service nt 11 o'clock a.m.
Subject: Jesus Christ as n Church
Christian Endeavor at 7 o'clock p. m.
Evening service at 8 o'clock p. m.
Subject: The Gospel Appeal.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. Ii. SnAw Pastor.
FonSm: Leather Davenport Leath
er Morris Reclining chair. Iron bed-
stead and springs Oak Hock or. Will
soil cheap. Mrs. W. II. Thomas Bea-
ver Okla. 1-20 tf
Several small traots of pasturo laud
in Denver county to lease for the sea-
son 1015. Also on Improved Kansas
farm to trado for n Beaver county
ranch. Write what you have. Box
71"-' ElDorado Knnsas. 0-3 0 21 -it
WARNING TO WPUBUC
No lihlng or trespassing will bo nl-
Inwed on our promises known as tho
old Ulatichnrd farm Stay out under
penalty of thu law
A. G. Thomas
1-20 tf Mas Nrttik Bnotv.t.
For Rent or Knle SO noros lnnd East
half of S. XV. quarter section 25 Town-
ship 2 N.Rango 22 E. Terms good.
Write the KKK Medlcino Co. Keokuk
In. 12-17 tf.
For Sale one-fourth Interest in EH
NE4' SXVii NEK SE'j Hff Section
28 Township 1 Range 2U known as Sod
Town Heaver County. Mildred
(Logan) Taylor Snowball Ark.
FrrtTC Kr'"" 1'"ro llrtl S" C U r
go HctU DO cents per soiling
2JJ0 per 100. is n Huff. Irnn.
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Khlnritdo Poultry l'juin
1-20 0-17 St Logan Oklahoma.
Tho Quinine Tint Does Not Affect The Head
Ilecau.e ol Its tonic and laxative effect I.AXA-
TIVi; 1IKOMOUUIN1NK libeller than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
riUEinc In head Kemember the full name and
tool for the signature of 1!. W. CKOVH. 25c.
Fly timo is here. Don't let the lllthy
little disease-spreading p"tls nunoy
you. Get your screen doors now of
Paul W. Lights Company.
II. O. Fellovi'a new book of poems
'just published nre now on sale nt Mrs
W. II. Robertson' millinery store
12-21 tf Heaver. Okla.
Miss Mario Harris made n short
business trip to Arkausas City tho past
week returning to Heaver Monday.
Mesdnraes H. 8 Derthick nnd J. E
Spurrier of Forgan woro shopping
with Heaver merchants Monday.
II. II. Goertzen of Floris motored
over to tho county seat Snturdny nn
businoss. While hero he paid this
officii an appreciated call.
Rev. L. L. Shaw pastor uf tho Chris-
tian church drove down to Klmwood
Sunday afternoon nnd preached nt the
Klmwood school house.
Miss Enid Miller arrived in Heaver
yesterday to spend the summer with
her sister Mrs. II. L. Wright.
Will Well was up from Knowles
Tuesday. Ho was driving a new 101(1
model Overland and it was a dandy.
Salesman Kurkhead of the Case
company was In this vicinity this
woek. Ho was driving a brand new
Case touring oar.
Will Dickerson was over from the
Cimarron country Monday on business
connected with the. settlemout of his
Dr. L. L. Long uattcallud lo Forgan
quite often Monday on professional
business being Htimmont-d to that
placo on live calls that tiny.
Mrs. Chas. Ttvyford returned to Hea-
ver this week after an extended visit
with relatives at Eldorado Oklahoma
City and other points in the eastern
half of the state.
Mr aud Mrs. A. ti. Diokson and little
son DtWitt left Sunday for Excelsior
Springs Missouri to recuperate. XV.
II. Robertson drove them over to
Rov. Padisman presiding elder of
this district was here. Thursday nnd
Friday nights of last week and held
serviaos at tho M. E church.
R. A. Maple and wife and Utile
daughter cxptot to leave the middle of
next week for n trip to tho Panama
Misses Helen Keta and Anna Hughes
nnd brother Clyde returned Sunday
from Colorado to which placo they had
gono to homestead land. They report
that they ncro successful in securing
three linn half sections and nre greatly
elated over their new acquisitions.
Tho W 0.1 U. will meet nt the
homo of Mrs. L. L. Shaw Friday after-
noon. All members are urged to be
present. Visitors nro always welcome.
This olllco printed onto bills Tucsdny
fur a pale which will bo given nt thu
H'tles' farm south of Deavor Monday
June 21st by Edgar Hoguo nnd K. Bur
wen. tnese men art) tillering noma
good property nt thU sale. Rimd their
ad elsewhere in this imuo unci bo on
hands thu data of tho sale.
Rev. XV. M. Hutchison left Wednes-
day for Buffalo at which place ho will
hold services next Sunday.
A representative of the Bethany
Orphan's Home Bethany. Oklahoma
was It: Heaver todoy soliciting in the
interest of that Institution. She re-
ceived a liberal contribution. Beaver
is nlwnys therowhon it comes to help-
ing any good causo along.
tt O. Renfrew nnd II. A. Horg or
Woodward accompanied by Wm L.
Sharp and A. O. Beaty of Chicago
wero in Beaver Tuesday afternoon.
They wero on n tour of Woodward.
Harper Ellis and Beaver counties
looking after their interests In the
Mrs. Lawrence MuCabe continues to
improve but hur progress is slow. Wo
lire sorry to note that she hat entirely
lost hur sense uf hearing. Wo trust
that with her recovery thu may regain
Gottlieb Stroull brought n sample
of mighty line houw-gruivn cherries to
this olllao Friday lor which he has the
thanks of the Herald family. Thu
fruit was produced on Mr Streuli's
flue farm on Six Mile and its quality
was par excellence.
Joo Meesi returned lust week from
Stillwater to which place he had gono
to attend summer geliool. .lue was
unable to secure tho course that he
wanted ut the summer besalnu nnd de-
aided to return horn.
Mrs. J. W.Thompsou left tho flrstof
theweek for Keuluoky. being called
to tho bedside of n brother who is
seriously III. During her nbsenee tho
Hotel Thompson dining room will ba
farm loan business.
J It Croblrco departed yesterday
for Wlnfleld Kansas where he will
make an extended visit with it daugh-
ter nt that place.
ltev. W. M llutchlhon pastor of the
Prunbyturiaii church returned thu
latter part of last week from 'Helena
to which point ho had gono to nccora-
pauy his wife ami little sou to Beaver
They experienced sumo ditllaiilly in
returning on account of'no train ser-
vice from Woodward. Georpo Kilo
drovo over in Rev. Hutchison's car to
F. Ijuighrln E. L. Fluktl. W. F
Carson F. C. Tracy mid Judge II. II.
Loufhotirrow made a business trip to-
Tho Herald it plonsed to wulc mo a
new correspondent from Ivimhon this
week Wo uro glnl to havo Uiat thriv-
ing and nide-awnkit seotlsn repre-
sented regularly in the columns of the
Herald and we know our largo number
of rend rs in that vicinity will wil uma
Texan f i n ' Lv-tud hear fruiu you
oach week Tim.
The editor of the Herald and Miss
Krmn Orabtrce oxpect to leave the
llrst of next week on n visit to tho
Panamo-Pacilla and San Diego Exposi
tions Wo will be joined at Wichita
Kansas by Mist Virginia Wickhatn
a former teacher ill Beaver high school
nnd we will all mako the trip together
with the National Editorial Associa-
tion. During our absence the Herald
will bo In charge of our printer. Any
assistance given htm in tha way of
news and basiuess during our absence
will be greatly appreciated.
A Valuable Dock Frat)
To tho readers of this paper Dr.Chas.
L. Burke the eminent Catarrh Special-
ist of POO Waldhelm Bldg. Kansas
City Mo. will send his book "Catarrh
and its Dangers." The doctor will be
pleased to tell you about his cure and
what ho can do for you If you write
him a brief history of your csisa. kdv
Notice to Creditors
AH person having claims against
the I'stntu of George F. Northwnj de-
ceased uro required to present the
Nime with the nect'ssnry oiushers to
the undersigned Administrator nenr
Floris Oklahoma within four months
of tho duto hereof or tho wuno will be
Dated .lime 10 Win.
II. II. Noiitiiwav Administrator.
0-17 7-8 t.
Stato of Oklahoma Heaver County ss.
In tho County Court.
Notice of Application for Appointment
Tho Slate of Oklahoma to the heirs
next of kin and creditors of tho said
George. W Hawkins. l)eceaed:
Vou art hereby notilled that Rich-
ard Boron has applied for letters of
administration on suid estate to be
grunted to himself nnd tljot said ap-
plication will be heart! nt the olllco of
tho County Judge of Heaver County
State of Oklahoma in the Court room
of said County on the 2Kth day of June
1015 nt 10 o'clock A.M.
Witness my hiiiid nnd seal of sold
Court hereto nliixed this 17th day of
Ikkai Jons A hi-oiiK Judge
Vttest (' C Dtliu-vw Court Clerk
0 17 0-21 2t
LOOK OUT FOR THE FAKIR AND GRAFTER
We note in many of our exchanges
reports of the manipulations of divers
and sundry sorts of fakirs and grafters
who seem to have been attracted to
this section by the prosperous times
nnd who aro doing a wholesale busi
ness in "stinging" me unsuspecting
farmers in various sorts of ways. So
far we havo not heard of any visits of
these individuals in this immediate
vicinity but that they will come our
way is assured nnd it will pay our peo-
plo to be on tho lookout if they don't
want to get "stung" good and plenty
It is always pretty safe to figure that
if a peddler or agent comes around
soliciting orders for groceries aud
other merchandise and submits sam-
ples that aro first quality but quotes
prices much lower than the local deal-
er that there is something wrong nnd
that after the order is given the agent
gono and the goods delivered and to be
paid for that somebody is pretty apt
to be left holding tho bag. As a rule
the local dealers are selling goods as
cheaply as it Is possible for any legiti-
mate business to warrant and it is
nrima facia evidence that when the
stranger in your midst offers such nt a
greatly reduced price that lie Is going
to "skin" you on tlio quality ol Hie
Tho Liberal (Kansas) Democrat sums
up the proposition ns follows and it
would lw well for all who read these
lines to heed the admonition and avoid
the mall ordur contingent.
"With tho prosperous times now in
vogue and plenty of money circulating
In this part of tho country It would
seem queer If tho people were not
hounded by agents of every description
who would like to sell anything from
pins to aeroplanes. Tho latest 'holler'
coming I" from some who have been
taken in on mail order groceries the
aforesaid groceries not panning out is
per samples shown and at n price
which if charged by one of thu Liberal
grocerymen ho would promptly be
put on thu unfair list. These agents
generally have one or two leaders on
which they compare prices agnint that
of home merchants and tho difference
thus noted pnyes tho way for addition-
al purchases tho remainder of which is
usually higher than can bo bought
from the home people. Another bad
feature of thu enso is that after the
head of tho household has turned
down these oily-tongued ones they
usually go around to the wives nnd get
tht order in hope's of making "father"
dig when the goods arrive. Groceries
can be purchased in Liberal nt cheaply
nnd of at good quality as can be had
in a larger town aud there is no need
o' anyone patronizing the lly-by-nlght
contingent who are hero today and
somewhere else tomorrow whose guar
antee is generally nor worth tho paper
It is written on aud against whom no
actioti con bu brought if tho goods do
not measure up to specifications."
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druEsl't will refund money U FAZO
OINTMENT falls to cure uny case ol Itching:
Blind Bltedlni or rrotrudInK Piles In6 to 14 dart.
The Cist application elves Ease and Keit. SOc
Buy your screen doors now. Paul
W. Light it: Company.
Whenever You Need n General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tnstclcs9
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
v.-ell known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IKON. It nets on the Liver Drives
out Malaria Hnriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
A. N. EDDY
Dry Gootls Clotliiiitf .
Boots and Shoes
Hard wn.ru Harness
Gas nnd Oil
Lumber and Coal
Poultry nnd Produce
Cold Drinks and Ice
Ileal Estato Exchange
Anything from a Paper of Pins to a
Renfrew Investment Co.
Farm Loans Insurance
W. F. Carson Agt. Beaver Oklahoma.
W. G. STRANATHAN Prop.
Fancy Groceries and Meats
FresK Fish and Oysters
Vegetables Fruit Celery
Orders Den .. cd Promptly
Bring in your Butter and Eggs
CasK for Hides and Furs
Will Buy Your Fat Stock
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