The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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BRACE AUO 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
Caner Tracy Hardware Company
BIUO LUMBER CO.
W. S. MORGAN Manager
It Will Pay You to
Before You Biy
Complete Stock of
me Beaver Herald
1AUDE 0. THOU AS - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
i Ur1 at tli poitore at Barsr OUihoma
at eood clau 33.11 Batter.
Advertising rates made known upon
application. Prices reasonable.
ubscrlptlon Price - SI. 00 a Year
Candy Fruits Nuts
Cigars and Tobacco
BAKERY GOODS and SHORT ORDERS
Opposite HERALD Offloo
QEO. H. RUSH Prop.
BEAU GAY 3d
Choice block forSnlc. Inspection
CHAS EVER Prop.
The Home of
Herd of Select Cows
ami Corresixmdeiico Invited.
Riverside Okla. RFD
WHERE STRANGERS LOOK
The followiag letter recrlj ci Irom a
party in Ludington Michigan goes to
prove that stranger look to the adver-
tising columns of the local paper for
information as to the business and
general worth o! the town. In solicit-
ing advertising we have tried to .make
the business people whether small or
large dealers see that it was not only
to their advantage directly but indi-
rectly that they plant .an ad. in their
home paper. For the advertisement
of the town it (or no other reason ev-
ery business Arm in Beaver should car-
ry an ad. in the home paper. The size
of the ad. could be governed by the
benefit the advertiser himself felt he
would reap but whether an inch or a
whole page space every business ttrm
should be represented. The letter re-
ferred to follows:
Adams Expaass Cohpiht
LudiDgton Mich. May 3 1918.
Gintxmkn: A. copy of the Beaver
Herald has been given me and I must
admit that your town looks good. I
am interested in Oklahoma. Any in-
formation that you can give me will be
appreciated. In looking over the ads
in the paper I do not find where you
have a Racket Store. Is there any va-
cant store buildings In your city? Give
me some idea of the rent. Thanking
you in advance for your kindness
I remain yours truly
W B. Knapp.
Kanotex Oil Co.
G. W. PIKE Mgr.
East of Probst Elevator. -Office: Ozark Rooming House
' Phone 150
Real Estate Exchange
F r A eta l- s May Ji
H. S LVU?N ABSTRACTER
K H Shirley assd wife to S A Care'
e hf a asai w ne SO. 5 3ft I3M
Wiley BcjIIiq sI wife to S T WoodtHi;
ry. Beswaad nw4.. 21 ... 1W0
Fraa Ketl aswa wife to Fannie
M Aires lots St and X bk IS
do lot . blk 13 M
Jas II Greer ami wife to Wm F
paaenB. ooe-tif th Interest In the
neqr . 1. 22
WTQiiaa'aod wife taTJvan O
'icfcoio. lot 12.34 17.
and )3. blk 142 Btaver ....
Slater L Ftekel A wife to Htb-
bard N Richards n hf (w. e
sw.and nenvr 10327
Thomas C Wright and wife to
Elmer L Fiekel. n hf s w se of
swofS. aud ue nr 10 327
Jas William and wife to John
Duller sw 1.3.20
G M Remer to Logan M Kerns
lots 3 4 and e bf sw IS 1 23
A B Card to T J McSsbb. lots
21 and 22 Gate City
Frank Krll & wife to J C Low-
ry. lots 19 20 21. 22. 23 IT
block 12 Kunwles . ...
E J Dick et al to B Zirkle et at
lots 11 12 blk 17 Gate City
Terry May Cook and husband
to Ray H Tepner. lots 3 4 se
3 and lot l.sec-. 4.20
Alfred E Ssgerty and wife to M
Landers lots 1. 2 blk 22
R A Patter and wife to R F
Sutherland lots 13 14 15. 18
Thos P Mcl.ain and wife to Jos
Kerns a hf sw 35. 2 30 ...
Wesley M Jones and wife to
Julius Karber. nw 10 2 22
Doloss St. John and wife to Em
ma 0 Jones sw5 2 21
Sam'l 9 St. John to Wesley N
Jones se 0221 . .
Frank Kell d. wife to J C Low.
ry lots 103021.3323 21
Fred C Tracy and wife to R II
Drennin Grain Co. that part
of lot 12 blk 40 Beaver be-
ginning at the nw cor of 13
thence a 5 ft thence e 70 ft
thense n 25 ft thence w 140 ft
to plac of beginning
Jas F Travis A wife to S A Wal
ton. nhfne30 423
Cleve Moomau A wife to Cecil
W Newby e 27 C 23.
3 W Walker 4 wife to B Zirke
Lawrence T Daily & wife to Wm
C Parker lots 3 4 blk 33
C C Cropper A wife tollurrietta
Bailey lots C 6 b 11 Knowies
Wkswever You Need a General Tonic
Take a rove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 0 cents.
Co!. A. M. Burnam Auctioneer
I get the High dollar for your
I cry your sales
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
It will pay you to see me.
May 4 Isn't this fine spring weath-
er? Everything is growing so nicely
A large crowd attended the prog-
ram at Bethany last Wednesday night
It being the last day of school. A fine
program was rendered. The teachers
were Miss Sight and E. L. Hayden
Rev. Claude Bryan will All D. J.
Munsey's appointment at Liberty
school house the 14th of May as Mr.
Munsey has gone to Colorado for a
Miss Ona Law spent Tuesday with
her sister Mrs. Corda Hayden.
Mr. and Mrs V. W. Hayden spent
Sunday at the home of the latter'
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Myers near
Mrsdames Ellington and Taylor
spent Wednesday at Mrs. Taylor's.
DANGERS OF DRAFT
Drafts feel best when we are hot and
perspiring lust when they are most
dangorous and the result is neuralgia
Still -Neck Sore Muscles or sometimes
at attack of Rheumatism. In such
cases apply Sloan's Liniment. It
stimulates circulation to the sore and
painful part. The blood flows freely
and in a short time the stiffness and
pain leaves. Those suffering from
Neuralgia or Neuralgic Headache will
rind one or two applications of Sloan's
Liniment will give grateful relief.
The 'agonising pain gives way to a
tingling sensation of comfort and
warmth and quiet rest and sleep is pos-
sible. Oood for Neuritis too. Price
25c. at your Druggist.
1 Not so mauy at Sunday
School on account of the cold weather.
Wiley Bullin has sold his place to
Mr. Woodberry. Sorry o lose Mr.
Bullin but wish him muoh success
wherever he goi?s. We extend Mr
Woodberry a hearty welcome into our
Tracy Tiffin is staying at George
Mays discing for Culver and Rose.
Wiley Bullin has moved his family
to Frank Gltdwell's place until he
finds a location.
We understand A. M. Burnam has
purchased the Goo. Brown farm.
Insurance men have beep busy in
this neighborboon a number of the
farmers having insured their wheat.
Mrs. Shadden ia on the sick list.
Qur new Spring Goods hay r wd. have.
". " a splendid line of
in all the latest Spring shades and fabrics.
Come in and look pver our big hce of
LACE CLOTH EMBROIDERED NET ORGANDIE CREPES SILKS IN ALL THE
NEWEST STRIPES AND PLAIDS 6IN6HAMS PERCALES ETC.
Wash dresses for ladies and children; Lingerie
Walits and a complete line of Laces and
Embroidery the largest line we have ever-
Wo arc adding a ling of shoes. Every pair new
i stock and the very latest word In style. A
complete line for Men. Women Children and
DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR LINE OF HATS.
NEW SPRING STOCK NOW ON DISPLAY.
"The Little God of Love." 2 REELS. "
"Vendetta in a Hospital." "
One Comedy Reel.
"A Little Brother of the Rich." 4 REELS.
"The Ladder of Fortune." 2 REELS.
"Two Hearts and a Slip." Comedy.
Next Tuesday Night May 16th.
1 1th Episode of the "Broken Coin."
The more you see of the "Broken Coin" the more you will want to come. It is
growing more interesting and thrilling every week.
FR.EE ! - - - FREE ! A
To the Most Popular Lady!
A 15 Jewel Elgin Gold WatcH!
GUARANTEED TWENTY YEARS.
Giv.n to the Lady getting the most votes. We are giving Coupon Tickets
each Ticket counting Ten Votes So boys get busy and help the
Lady of your oholce to win.
THE POPULAR LAOIES' CONTEST CLOSES WEDNESDAY NIGHT MAY 24TH.
May 8 The stork hovered over this
locality Wednesday Anally alighting
at the Charles Howard home where
he generously left two babies a boy
and a girl
A. W. McClurg and wife visited 5Irs.
Johnson Saturday and Sunday.
M. Martin and wife were Sunday
visitors at the Gumm horn;.
Mr. Burton is painting the residence
at Belle Meade farm.
We saw E E. Harlan and family
wending Beaverward in their car this
morning presumably to attend the
The families nf Messrs Macy'Howe
Smith and Brand are all wrestling
with measles at present.
Frank Robinson transacted business
at Ivanhoe Wednesday
State or Ohio. Cltr of Toledo I ..
Lucas Countr. I "
Frank J. Cheney maku oath that he la
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
A Co. dolna business In the Cltr of To-
ledo. County and State aforesaid and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev-
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of HALIa CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENET.
Sworn to before ma and subacrlbed In
my presence this 6th day of December.
A. D. ISM.
(Sea!) A. W. OLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken Internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
coua aurfares of the system. Bend fcr
testimonial free v
P.'J. CHENET A CO. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Drug-gilts. tSc.
Take Ilsll a Family ruts for conitlpatlcu
Beacver Steem Laundry
A. N. NIDA Proprietor
Are preparing to handle all lunds of laundry
and guarantee' first-class work
Family Washing and Rough Dry Work
;8 Cents per Pound
Shirts and Collars Given Special
TRY US AND BE CONVINCED
Tbos P. Bratdwood
Thos. C. Braldvood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
Prompt Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
Btartr. .... Oklahoma
G. W. Pike Mgr.
Will Haul Anything Any Time Anywhere
t Prices Right. Phone ISO. Ottlce: Ozark Rooming Bouse
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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1916, newspaper, May 11, 1916; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69104/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.