The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1916 Page: 1 of 10
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MI Vii Soc.ty
The BEAVER HERALD
BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1916.
Carload of Poultry
Delivered at car on track at
Tuesday and Wednesday Jan
nary 18th and 1 9th
: FKiLtjfc :
Young Roosters - 7c
Old Roosters - - 4c
Young Hen Turkeys - 12c
Young Tom Turkeys - 12c
Old Tom Turkeys - 10c
G. R. SHIRLEY
Phone 125 Beaver Okla.
Man Makes the Money
Woman Spends It
But she spends it to good purpose.
That's why we are always on the jump
in this store. It is why so many fami-
lies in this community trade with us
Women know good bargains when they
see them; they can't be humbugged.
They come to us because they know
our goods and prices are right and they
keep on coming and bring others.
We aro mighty proud of the fuct that our store
is always thronged with women for
women lenow where- to shop.
MRS. W. H. ROBERTSON
While the auditorium of
thcphrlstian church is be-
ing repaired the congrega-
tion will meet in tho court
room a t tho court-house
Sunday services at tho usu-
al hour. Everybody welcome.
ARTHUR BELL DIES OF BURNS.
Arthur Hell of I.nKomp died Satur-
day January 8tli as a result of burns
reaelved in a gasoline explosion sever-
al weeks ago. The "awful tragedy
which befell Mr. Hell and family who
were returning homo overland from
Colorado to upend the holidays will
bo remembered by readers of the
Mrs. Bell wa burned to death in
the explosion tho youngest child died
a few hours later and Mr. liell and the
other little one received frightful
burns. It was thought at ilrst that the
father and child would survive but
after lingering for several. weeks Mr.
! Bell contracted pneumonia and the
e n u came suddenly. While terribly
buVned the child will recover.
Thi j sad tragedy again brings us face
to face with the uncertainty of life
Leu than a month ago life seemed
bright and promising for this happy
family of four. Today three of them
lie aide by side In the little South Flat
The Herald Joins with a host of
friends in extending sympathy to the
Why not insure that
in the SAINT PAUL?
H. N. LAWSON Agent
SCHOOL LAND SECRETARY HERE.
Geo 8 Smith secretary of the state
school land board was here yesterday
from Oklahoma City together with
his stenographer Miss Bond hearing
testimony In soma cases where con:-
plaiyt had been inado of excess
appraisement. and adjusting other bus-
iness in connection with the school
land department. While In the city
Secretary Smith and MIhh Bond called
at the Herald olllrn. A number of
years ago wo had the pleasure of tour-
ing Indiana the Great Lakes and Can-
ada in company with Secretary and
Mrs. Smith as members of the Nation-
al Editorial Association. Secretary
Smith is a live wire In 0 k 1 a h o m a
political circles and is making the
State an Al official in the school land
department. About the worst that can
be said of him is his. politics and since
he is 0. K. in all other respects we
will have to forgive him for being a
ANOTHER LUCKY AlJTO ESCAPE
Marion Smith and Buy Carter to-
gether wlthMissesEvaand Ellie Kight
had a lucky escape from beiug seriously
injured while out motoring last Sun-
day afternoon They were in the
vicinity of Balko and traveling at a
good rate of speed when In turning a
corner one o f the rear weeels gave
wayjtnd the car turned turtle For-
tunately the ncuupants were thrown
clear of the car and all escaped injury
except Mr. Carter who suffered a
Austin Humphrey who was out in
that vicinity happened along a o o n
after the accident and drove over to
Balko and procured a new wheel to
take the place of the broken one and
the party proceeded on their way.
The accjdeni might easily have ter-
minated much more seriously. It Is
extremely lucky that the party escaped
without any fatality.
The railroad bridge across the river
was completed last week and the rails
have been laid thereon The track
now extends to the south side of the
river. Tho cold wavo this week has
held up work on the grade to some
extent but only a few more days' labor
is now necetBary to complete the track
to the depot. With favorable weather
conditions tho roadbed Miould be in
shape for trains to run up to the depot
the early pirt of ticxt week.
! POWELL BROTHERS BUY LOCATION.
l'owel Brothers of Cherokee who
were here looking for a location secur-
ed a tract Just north of the I'aul Light
lumber yard buying the Bobbins lots
and we understand that they expect to
commence the erection of a largo build-
ing 50x100 right away and occupy the
same with a farmers' restaurant and
lodging house. The Herald extends
them a hetrty welcome.
ALVA PUTTING IN SCALES.
The Alva Elevator Oompauy finished
up the work of installing their scales
iu front of their new olllce building
this. week. We are iuformed that they
will commence the constructlou of
their elevator at an early date.
Frank McKllllps commenced the
construction this week of a nice new
home in South Beaver. He is build-
ing just north of the 1 C. Emberson
property. The new homo will be a
six room bungalow with bath
The C. M. Light Grain Company ele-
vator was completed Monday. Tho
machinery has boon installed and
everything Is iu readiness for business
Just as soon as the'track is completed
so t h a t shipments of grain can be
PROBST ELEVATOR COMMENCED.
H.iF. Probst and son Walter arc
here this week looking after tho con-
struction of their largo elevator which
was commenced this week. The ele-
vator will be built on tho alto of the
old cotton gin If weather conditions
are favorable. Mr. Probst hopes to
have his elevator ready to'recelve grain
by the first of Kebauary.
TAXES EXTENDED TO MARCH 1ST.
At the January meeting of tho board'
of county commissioners the time for
payment of the first half of the 1015
tuxes was extended to March 1st
Vlthjiut penalty. After that date pen-
alty will attach and there will be no
further extension. Better keep this
In mind and pay your taxes before
REVIVAL MEETINGS AT
Tho Kev. J. E Perkins of Wlohlta.
Kansas will come tn Beaver the 0th
of February to begin a series of revi-
val meetings at the M E. Church.
Kev. Perkins is at present at Gate
helping Hev V. M. Hayes In his meet-
ing there A fuller statement ol the
work to be attempted here will appear
next week. V E. Lewis Pastor.
. ENTRE NOUS CLUB MEETS.
NTm?Entro NimVimTsIcarolulTmnt at"
the home of Mrs. O O. Smith Monday
afternoon.. Mrs. J A Spohn assisted
iu entertaining. After a brief social
session a number of business matters
wore disposed of at the concluslou of
which light refreshments were served
Tho next meeting will be with Miss
Eruiu Crabtree. Monday afternoon
January 21th at which time Mrs K.
11 Loofbourrow will assist in enter-
taining. A CORRECTION.
We stated last week that the new
National bank would have temporary
quarters iu the old Roberts A McKllllps
building which was in error. Tho new
institution will occupy the south side
of the nowTruax building and fixtures
are being installed this week The
bank will probably open for business
Saturday of this week or the following
Monday depending upon the arrival
A. GENTLE REMINDER.
Why would It not bo a good Idea to
commence the New Year bv paying up
your subscription to tho Herald and
renewing for a year in advance? Many
have favored us with remittances dur-
ing the past few weeks but there are
still hundreds of others on our list
from whom a few dollars on subscrip-
tion would be heartily appreciated. It
is only a matter of a dollar or two to
each of our readers but to us having a
large number of sucli small accounts
outstanding it means several hundred
dollars We would appreciate it if
all who can do so would call around at
tho Herald ofllce within the next few
weeks and leave a dollar or two. If
you can't come In to see us mail us
your check or a money order. If you
like tho Herald or if you don't like it
but think it worth a dollar a year let
us have your remittance and the paper
will continue to come to your address
right along. If you don't want it let
us know and we will just as cheerfully
discontinue sending it to you. We
want all who desire the paper and are
willing to pay for It to have It but we
do not Care to send It to a single per-
son who doese'e want it. It Is up to
you. Do you want the Herald? If so
let us have your remittance please.
To Drive Out Malaria
- And Build Up Tho System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS cbill TONIC. You know
what you are taking as the formula is
printed on every label showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria the
Irou builds up the system. SO cents
A carload of Poultry delivered
at car on track at Beaver Ok-
lahoma January 18th 19th
liens and Springs . . 10c
No. 1 Hen Turkeys . '. 12c
8 pounds and over.
No. 1 young Toms . . 12c
11 pounds and over.
Old Tom Turkeys . . lie
Young stag Roosters . 6c
Old Cox ..... 4c
A. S. McBR IDE
We Want to "Meat" You
Have just opened up a Meat Market on Douglas
Avenue one door north of Joo's Place and am
prepared to supply your noeds In the inarkot
line with frcHh first-class meats.
Try our steaks they can't be beat
Ybirpatronrge solicited andwo guarantee
" ' to please you
C. P. ANGLETON Prop.
"Butch" in Charge.
OmOR OP THE Co.MITHOM.KIt OF TUB OuitRESCY.
Washington 1). O.' November 20 1015.
WHEKEAS by satisfactory evidence presented to the
undorslgned It has been made to appear that "THE FIRST
NATIONAL HANK OF 1JEA.VKU" In tho Town of Heaver
in tho County of Heaver and the State of Oklahoma had
complied with all the provisions of tho Statutes'of the Unit-
ed States required to be complied with before" an associa-
tion shall be authorized to commence the business of
NOWTHEUEFOltEI.JohnSkelton Williams Comp-
troller of tho Currency do liereby certify that "THE
FIK8T NATIONAL HANK OF HEAVEK"" in the Town of
Heaver In tho County of Heaver and State of Oklahoma is
authorized to commence tho business of Hanking as pro-
vided iu Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of tho
Koviftod Statutes of tho United States.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal of
ofllco this twenty-sixth day of November 1016.
hrai. John Skklton WilliaSib
12-0 2.10 lOt Comptroller of tho Currency.
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