The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 1 of 10
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The BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7 1916.
A" Bank Account is
r sw 9 r 1 5jw
A bank account shows that you are seeking to make the
most of your efforts and your time.
It is besides a mark of solidity. It gives a man standing
in the eyes of others as a solid citizen.
The world confers its favors on those who prove capable of
doing justice to themselves as well as to others. In justice to
yourself you should start a bank account.
Interest paid on savings.
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F LAUGHRN.Pcs V JAS H.CRABTREE.Cashr. '
We have received our full line of
Fall Goods and can. supply you with
the very latest in
A bigger and better stock than
ever. Something for everybody and
at the right price. Also
DRY GOODS SHOES
LADIES' AND MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
READY-TO-WEAR GOODS AND OXFORDS ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED
FRICES FOR THE' NEXT TWO WEEKS.
School Supplies: we have a' full line
Mrs. W. H. Robertson
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HARR.Y D. TR.UAX Hardware
proof of earnest
Tiju. tools 01 a man's trade are
I what determine his unnrr-m
in it no matter how adept
he may consider himielf to
be. The best mechanic in the world
will prove a failure with a wrench
that won't wrench or a chisel that
One of onr specialties is the sup-
plying of high class true tempered
readily adjustable tools for all pur-
poses. The householder as well as
the carpenter plumber or automo-
bile repairer will find them satis-
factory. Work With (he Right
Do Your Work Right.
MEET AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS SEPA
It hns just been brought to our at-
tention that The Herald whs responsi-
ble (or bringing together two listers
who had not met fur fifteen years.
Last spring a news Item appenred in
our country oorrerpondenco to the
effect that Mrs Tina Taten wan visit-
ing her daughter Mrs. John Staudur
of Madison. .Mrs A M Ires of Balko
read the item and having a sister of
that name from whim she had not
heard for more than fifteen years com-
menced Inquiry to find If tho woman
was her lon-lost sister. It developed
that she was and the rejoicing in
thobu two families was great when af-
ter so long a time they went agnin re
united. A little item in The Herald
did it all. We have heard of similar
happy reunions being brought about
when subscribers sent in renewals for
the paper and their name was placed
on the roll of honor. No telling what
great good the appearance of your
name on The Herald roll of honor
might bring you It might be some
rich relativ in a distant land has left
you a legacy and somebody ii search
ing for you Better send in a few dol-
lire on subscription and get your name
on the roll of honor.
A quiet wedding took place nt the
home of Kcv. and Mrs. Shaw Saturday
evening September 2d when Rev.
Shaw united in marriage Miss Mabel
Green and Alfred Hugulcy.
These youuc people wero graduates
of Beater High School last yent and
are well and favorably known to a wide
circle of friends. Botli are general
favorites among the younger set and
are held in high esteem by all. The
Herald joins with their host of friends
in extending congratulations and
wishes them a loo; and happy lite
Mr. Huguley has secured employ
ment at the First National Bank of
Heaver and took up his work this
week. Mrs. Huguley has contracted
to teach school in the Sunset district
and will go ahead with hor work there
Miss Marie Oriswell of Laverne
daughter'of County Commissioner and
Mrs. J. H. Oriswell and Frank Chll-
cott of Beaver were united in mar
riage at the home of Iter. Hayg near
Speermorp Sunday August LHHh. The
newly wedded young peoplo arrived in
Beaver the past week and will make
this their future home. The Herald
joins their many friends in extending
congratulations and wihing them a
long lrto of happiness nnd prosperity.
BLAIR'S COMEDIANS ARE GOOD.
The Jesse Blair Comedians who
have been giving exhibitions here each
night this week are attracting large
crowds and are putting on good clean
shows. The company is composed of
twenty-five people and they put on a
different program eaeh night all equal-
ly good. We do not hesitate to recom-
mend the Blair Coined ianB. Their
show is refined and worth the price.
They trill remain in Beaver the rest of
BIG RACES AT OCHILTPEL
The Ochiltree Speedway Association
have scheduled another big auto race
for Odhlltree. The race will take place
September 10th and a $127000 purse
is being offered. The big races at Och-
iltree in June were attended by 'a
large number of Beaver people. No
doubt many more will attend this time
if the weather is favorable. Note the
announcement of the races in another
oolumn of thiB issue.
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble ond younger
people who are weak will be strengthened
and enabled to go through the depress-
ing heat of summer by taking regularly
Grove's Tasteless ChillTonic. It purifies
and enriches the blood and builds up
the whole system. 50c.
Notice is hereby given that a joint
meeting of the Beaver County Fair As-
sociation and the Beaver Commercial
Club will be held at the Court House
Monday evening September 11th at
8 o'clock for the transaction of Impor-
tant business. Be there.
0. F. l'RCETT. E. D. HUMI'JIREY
Pres. Fair Asso. I'res. Com. Club.
Geo Hodgson arrived in Beaver last
wtek from Hugotoo Kansas and has
established a photograph studio on
First Street just west of the White
House hotel. Those who now desire
may have their "beauty struck." Note
his adv. In another place in this paper.
SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY.
The familiar chime of the school bell
may be heard again this week calling
young America to "books" school
having opened lieut Monday. The en-
rollment in the grades oxccedB the two
hundred mnrk and a verv crowded con
dition prevails. There bing only firar
rooms in the old building and live
teachers employed it Is necessary for
two teachers to occupy the same room
until the new building is ready which
will not bn until the first of the year
Every room is full to overflowing. The
high school is also in a crowded condi-
tion Tho enrollment there is more
than ninety This number together
with tho 7th and 8th grades which are
at the II S building fills the building
almost to capacity Tho situation Is
being handled as well as possible but
the best results cannot be obtained
until the new grade school building is
completed. This will then provide
ample room for all grades and the high
school having the room which tho 7th
and 8th grades have been occupying
will five them plenty of room.
STOP THE FIRST COLO.
A cold does not get well of itself
The process of wearing out a cold
wears you out and your cough becomes
serious if neglected. Hacking coughs
drain the energy and Bap the vitality.
For 47 years tho happy combination of
soothing antiseptic balsams in Dr.
King's New Discovery has healed
coughs and relieved congestion. Young
and old can testify to the effectiveness
of Dr. King's New Discovery for coughB
and colds Buy a bottle to-day at your
SPEED LIMIT. TWELVE MILES.
The long-needed speed limit ordi-
nance for Beaver has at last bem
passed by the City Council and Bigna
were erected the past week on .the
principal streets advising auto drivers
that tnelve miles per hour was the
limit for speeding within the city lim-
its. We hope to see the ordinance
rigidly enforced anu all vlolaters re-
gardltss of race color or previous
condition of servitude "pulled."
Heretofore it h( been tho habit of
eomtMlrivers toiee just bow faBt they
could speed through Douglas Avenue
anu man or beast has not been safu on
the streets. Many narrow escapes have
been experienced and the fear that
some child would be killed before the
fast driving was called to a halt has
been felt by a great number. We are
glad-to see the city dads take the mat-
ter in hand and we trust that no mer-
cy may be shown the speeders A few
good stiff fines would have a tendency
to induce more carefbl driving.
CLEAR BAD SKIN FROM WITHIN.
Pimply muddy complexions are duo
to impurities in the blood. Clear up
the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Their mild laxative qualities
remove the poisons from tho system
and brightens the eye. A full free
non-griping bowel movement in the
morning is the reward of a dose of Dr.
King's New J.ife Pills the night before.
At your Druggist's USc.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES-
The following program will be ren-
dered at the Christian -Church next
Sunday morning and evening:
Bible School at 10 o'clock a. m. We
offer a good live Bible School. Our
teaching force is up to the minute al-
ways present on time and you will be
given the "glad hand" by every mem-
ber of our Bchooi. Homer Hill Super-
intendent will meet you at the door
with his broad smile.
At 11 o'clock after a special musical
program by the choir) the morning ser-
mon will be delivered. Subject: "The
Christian Endeavor service begins
promptly at'7il5 the leaders being
Harvel Padget and Miss Jennie Beau-
champ. The Music committee announce a
special program and the Lookout com-
mute offer a hearty welcome to every-
body. Evening evaogelistia service begins
at 8:00 o'clock. Special music is being
prepared for this service with a solo
"Life is Like a Mountain Railway" by
Mrs. Homer Hill. Subject of sermon
A cordial invitation is extended to all
L. L. Shaw Pastor.
Ledru Healy arrived in Beaver last
week for a few weeks' stay.
iax-Fos A Mild-Effective lixitivo I Uver Tonic
Docs Not Grips nor Disturb the Stomach.
In addition to other properties Lax-l'os
contains Cascara in acceptable form a
stimulating Laxative andTonic. Lax-Fos
acts effectively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. At the same time It aids
digestion arouses the liver and secretions
and restores the healthy functions. 50c.
. EQJlSS !J23 ij ) S42 S3 2iA3 0S !E 5LAJ la CLAJ9!!An
First National Bank
Member Federal Reserve Bank
Capital $25000 Surplus $2500
.1. W. WKItlt President
FRANK MAPI H. Vlci-Pre.'
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BEAVER COUNTY M
Special Service Checks
Will be given
September 13 14 15 16
on our entire line of
Ginghams arid Coffees
We carry the Louis Breakfast Delight Fol-
gers Silver Dollar and the old reliable
The Color of the Votes
will change September 13th. Have all votes
in or they will not count. The
Watch Will be Awarded
Saturday September 16th.
REMEMBER: Special Service Checks will be given on every
thing (he rest of this week.
BEAVER MERCANTILE COMPANY
v BEAVER OKLAHOMA
HODGSON'S PHOTO STUDIO n...
Prepared to do all kinds of Photo Work Kodak Finishing
Children and Baby Pictures a Specialty v
South Side White House Hotel ' f Beaver Oklahoma
READY FOR BUSINESS
Meals Bakery & Short Order
MRS. VERA SHOCKLEY Prop.
We strive to please and will appreciate your patronage.
Located in old post office building.
I have the best farm
loan proposition in Bea-
ver county. Get my
terms before closing
any loan. : : : :
H. N. LAWSON
Tell Others About Beaver Cqunty
W II. WELLS Cahier
J.O. ELI IS AsstOnh
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