The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1916 Page: 6 of 10
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A BRACE AND BITS
STAPLES AND TACKS
A FEW HINGES AND LOCKS
When You Have
These things at hand you can
do many jobs which otherwise
would cost you much money or
would remain undone and that
might cost you MORE money.
Often the cost of employing one
single job done would be greater
than the cost of all these useful
articles. Think it over and then
look them over at
Carter Tracy Hardware. Company
Oo Clerk and
Com. 1st DM.
Cum. .M Dlst.
Com 3d Hist.
W. 0. Crow
I. 1'. KryniriKer.
m-ollldci ReKi'liir of
II. M liullek.
John A. Spului
ii. a. I'Yiiow.
J. M. June.
(3. 0. D(lrw.
0. F. Twj ford.
(leo. II. WrlKlit
J. ll.Crl.wnll Que
W (J. Untlede
I. a Kemp
Thus Mcl.alu Uruy.
Howard M Drake
BEAVEO MEADE & ENGLEWOOD RY.
N rth II hi ml
f Od th llnuntl
3 00 5 45 l.v BRAVER Ar 7 40 6 00
9 15 0 00 fycKee ' 7 15 5 15
3 45 C 30 Ar Forgan Lv 7 00 b 00
Nns. 1 anil '.' Dnily
Nos. :i and I. Dnily except Sunday
Connections nt KorKnn
WICHITA K.W.I.S A
N'i !l in(enjfr a'rtves .. Oi-tOp. in
No LM local arrive! .. Hi If) p. in
No 4 jiaenjer leaves.. .0:11 a. in.
No. 22 local leaves ... . (1. 1ft a in.
Conueetion at Woodward
doing i:m (luimr Wett
l-IO a in. II:'.') p. m.
5 :IS p in 4 :4H a in.
Connection nt Kile City
Going Knit (inlm; West
3:'.Mp. in. 12:20 p. in.
a:.") I p. in. l.'MUa m.
Uililu school at 10 o'clock n in
Mnrnluir servleo nt 11 o'clock n. in
Subjeot "The (Ireat WcildlnR "
Christian Endenvor at 7 o'clock p. in.
Evening Berrien nt 7 iU0 o'c'ock p. in.
Subject "The Necessity nf Seeking the
Lord while He may lie Found."
Everybody cordially invited.
I. I.. Shaw I'nstnr.
Notice to Creditors.
ll peranna liavlntr claim ntrulnst tho ettato of
Jrnniu I. Cllfl ileewiMsi are rtiuire.l to pttiienl
the aamc. with tlie nfca.ary vouch. to the
unilertlirtml aJinlnlfttrator. ur J. W. Culwell at
Itaivrr. Oklahomawithin four month of the date
hereof or the tame will Ih forvvtr barrel.
Datol January Cth lull!. Ki.iifkt Cliit.
1-13 2-3 4 1 Ailmlnlatmtor.
First State Bnnk of Forgnn want
to liny your sale pnp.r. 10 7 tf
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
T J. CHENBT At CO.. ToUdo O.
We the undsrslfntd hav known P. J.
Chtnty for th Uit it yssrs and bellsv
mm piritaur nonormoia in an Dullness
transactions and financially abla to carry
out any obligation! madt by hit firm.
NATIONAL UANK OP COMMEUCn.
Halt's Catarrh Curs la taken Internally
act'nic directly upon the blond and mil-
rnua aurfnrea nf the ayateni Teatlmonlnl.
ent free. I'rlio 75 cent per bottle. Hold
liy all PrURRlata.
Tma Hall Family I'llli for conitlpllcu.
Dr. L S Munsell In out of town this
ncek visiting with III son nt Kl Kenn
niul with hU dnughters nt Caldwell
Kansas and Dalian.
The Davis Drug Company (i a v e
purchased the (leo. II. Ilealy lot Jim
north nf the&Itnhertson building and
ptuu to erect nt onue a two story brick
Head the IIkhaiii for all the news.
Most of the homewivea of lteaver
loslthelr plants In the cold map tliU
week. With t Ii e help of n cement
building nud a lire in the room thosp
in the II era Id otltcu managed to
weather the cold an far.
K. E. U.ivis of Woodward senior
member of the Davis Drug Company
llrni wa hero the llrsi of the week
visiting at the home of his ami N. U
Davis manager ol the Company store
at this pU.-e.und looking after Inii'i-
FOR SALE (Jlienp 120 acre fiirin
80 neres broke out 40 acres fenced aiz
miles eat of Cray Oklahoma. In-
qurie of Albert A. Fooir.
113 3-16 13t pd
LIGHT BRAUHAS FOR SALE.
A few choice Mght ftrahi'ia cockerel
for aale. Inquire nt Herald ollle.
Small olllise room for rent. Light
nud hent. Ii citifri at Herald ollloe.
Notice OK Inj; the New Aiscssor's
For tholienelltnf tho taxpayer I
herewith Rive thn new Assessor's Law
as given In the lOlii Session Lawn Sec-
tion 0 Chapter 102
"The County Assessor shnll on the
16th day of January of each year pro
ceed to take the assessment of alt tax-
able property In the county and anew
the value thereof ns of January lit. In
the following manner to-wit:
"By posting notices in three or more
places in each city or voting precinct
at least ten dnys prior to the lime the
aiessor will meet the t:ipiyera to list
their property nnd snhl arsntsor hall
remain at each voting precinct one
day for each CO voters or major frac
tlon thereof In said otty or voting pre
cinct. If any taxpayer shnll fall to
meet the nseasor and list his proper-
ty on the date advertised he inn)
meet him in nuy other township m
render it written Hat of nil his pergon-
al nnd rent property und shall sub
scribe and swear to the oach required
by all taxpayers as to its correctness
"After tho Assessor has visited ncli
city and voting precinct in compliance
with the foregoing provisions of this
net lie shall give notice in some news-
paper of general circulation in t h i
c.iuuty that he will be in his nlUce for
the next twenty days for tho purpose
nsscsjing all thosu that have failed to
list their property for the current year
At the expiration of twenty days those
who have failed to acces their proper
ty for the.ourrent year shall be
declared delinquent nnd a penalty of
$1.00 for such failure shall be added
to their tax list nnd entered on tin-
Taxroll and collected by the Treasurer
(iko. II Whjchit
13 DEGREES BELOW.
This section has been having a touch
nf real winter this week Mercury
staned don Mindly nud kept goint
until it reached thirteen degrees be
low zero Wednesday night Tie
thermometer hovered around the zero
mark most of Tuesday and Wednesday
Today seems to bid fair to give us a
little warmer wave but there la still
enough orlsp iu the nir to keep those
who are out of doors on the mive to
keep warm and those Inside limy
keeping up fires
Cures Old Scrsc Ott-.ir Remsdlea Won't Curt.
The worst casei.no matter of how lougktandliif
art cured by the wonderful old reliable Ur.
ltorter'a Antlteptlc Ilcalluv Oil. It r'lleiea
I'ilu and Ileala at the same time. 2ic.lOc.UXlO
ROUND TRIP FARES
W. F. CSL N. W:
Texas Galveston Texas
" Uertuinont "
Mineral Wells "
Corpus Christ! "
And other Texas points.
Tho quickest time best connection anil service is offered
if tickets read via the V. l & N. W.
San Antonio "
For full information seo local ticket aent or write
1). 11. HKIDGKS C. Li. FONTAINE
Local A t;ent General Passenger Agent.
Forgan Oklahoma. Wichita Falls Texas.
KV ft .V.1
v A W uV
can make good
jjj2:gS? etc. with
and it is made
for use in the
health is first
At Your Grocer's
THE ALTON HER. CO.
Save Your Coupon
Livery and Repair Shop
Pully Equipped Work Guaranteed
Gasoline and Oils
When your car "Goes Dead" come to ns.
All kinds of repair work done and we guarantee
to give satisfaction or no pay. P.rtng in your
crippled cars or call ns and we will come out
and tlx tliiMii.
You are invited to make use of our FllRH AIR. Drive in
and till up your tires at our expense.
- ENJOY A SMOKER.
A number of tho inun of the town
enjoyed a smoker Monday night as
guest at the home of 10 I) Humphrey
manager of the 1'aul Light & Company
lumber yard. The evening was a
delightful one and was most flttingl)
rounded off with a delicious luncheon
sorved by Mrs Humphrey. The guests
Included T I. I! raid wood Stac)
Wells L. II. Tookor A.S Dickson O.
C. Orlss Jeff Holland Klbert Clift
Chas. Twjford Kosuoe Ulzley A. It.
Turner and G. N. Monroe
To Drive Out Alnlarln
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELUSS chill TONIC. You know
whnt you arc taking ns the formula is
printed on every label showing it is
Quinine and Iron in n tasteless form
1 lie Quinine drives out malaria the
Iron builds up the system. SO cents
DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION.
District Court is in session this week.
At this time a number n f eases of
minor Importance have been disposed
nf It Uthe intention of the Court to
clear the docket as far ns possible nt
this term A full r sportnl the
disposition of the cases will be given
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your drutelit nil! refund money If PAZO
OINTMKNT falla to cure any caae ol llchluir
The first application elves If ate and Rett. SOe.
For the Care und Treatment of
&urgical and Medical Cases
DR.. M. H. LEVI
Physician in Charge
i i ii inn iiiiii i
HO OTHER LIKE IT.
NO OTHER AS COOD.
Pun hate the "NEW HOME" and you will hare
a life ancl at ihc ime ml iy "1 he elimination ol
cpair cipene by lupertor wotiinatuhlp aud bel
quality cl niatrntl tn.urrt lilcloni tmicm at mini-
mum vo.1. ln.nt on bavin the "NEW HOME".
WARRANTED FOn ALL TIME.
Known the woild over for iupeitor acwinr qualillei.
X"t iM under anjr other name.
1IE MEW HOME SOVINQ MACHINE C0.0RAHCEUASS.
There Is A Time
in the career of every store when excep-
tional methods are resorttti to in order to
That Time Is Here
with us. Wo must sell MORE than the
customary amount. We mustsell thegteat-
or portion of our stock to make room for
Prices Are Down
It's the only tiling wo can do for these
goods must be converted into cash. It is
your great opportunity and our sacrifice.
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j Titos P. Urnldwood Thos. C. Uraldwood j
tl BKA1DWO0D & SON
Prompt Accurate and Reliable p
Do a General Abstract Business
5J Saater - - - - Oklahoma 2
I3EAEIR Wm IflOPElL.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our house is one of the BEST In town and first class In every respect
tables supplied with the best the market affords and rntes very reasonable
Every courtesy extended.
Are You Going to Build?
If so it will pay you to let us figure on your job.
We have had years of experience as
Contractors and Builders
No job too large or none too small for us to handle
in a skillful workmanlike manner. Both new and
repair work solicited.
We Fix ANYTHING.
Phone Beaver or LaKemp. Beaver Oklahoma
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You Mu& Be Careful
Accidents will occur. When they do you must
be sure to dress the wnnnHc rArpfiillw NW n A
so may mean blood poison and death. We carry :
u tun nne or nrsi-aia supplies such as a
Bandatrcs Adhesivft PInstpr V
Disinfectants Medicated Cotton
All of them simple efTecve helps which you
should keep on hand for emergencies in your home.
FRED C. TRACY
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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1916, newspaper, January 13, 1916; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69087/m1/6/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.