The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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The Beaver Herald
Carter Tracy Hardware Company
THE FIRST ELEVATOR TO BE
BUILT IN THE OLDEST TOWN
IN BEAVER COUNTY
We pay the highest market price for WHEAT
KAFIR MILO. FETERITA and all other
GRAINS. Our motto Is to treat all of our
customers alike. : We are In the market for
some Black Amber and Orange Cane Seed.
6 6 JO
W. S. MORGAN Manager
It Will Pay You to
Before You Biy
Complete Stock of
IE discerning hotuewife will
be ixprMsed by an inspec-
tion of onr kitchen uten-
sil Metal pots pans ket
tles etc.. also porcelain and en-
ameled ware Alnminna goods too
are now coming into wide use.
The sasae policy enables us to
supply all varieties of hardware at
rates meaning a saving to onr pa-
trons. Faints tools locks and keys
farm implements nails screws poul-
try wire curtain fixtures etc. are
to be had here. Our delivery system
is such that we can positively guar-
antee you against delay.
Our Low Prices Make
Dollar Look Doubly Big.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
EtrlaltkPmtofcl Bwr. OUibosu.
ti twcod diM tttft mall;.
. - . .
AJrertifing rate raide kaoxa opB
applteatios. Fries KJwaiWe.
Subscription Price $ 1.00 a Year
Ah eletioa te vote I !! worlb-ot
ttontis (or gotxirotd purpose was keW
at Sehool House No. 1. near Clear
are no: detinue-'
Ij inforrarj whether the territory cov-
ered mvans the 'M section? known at
Twp. 3. R. 'X or a part or all of Beaton
precinct. Be trral as it msy. it i a
move tn the right direction at the
heavy washing raiai of last May and
June left the roads in a dangerous con-
eocdition for fast trarel.
(Note Unfortumteli the bond failed
to carry The people do not seem to
realise this nerd of cood roads.)
A tire whieh threatened serious conse
quences -was started last Saturday
about IS mil east of Clear Lake and
driven by a strong southeast wind
burned over a mile destroying some
good range whieh is looked after more
keenlr iht year on account of shortage'
..t tr. ..... it . i.inrwi.Ml tn
hare been started by some camper
... ..rro 1
John stouder and family were ma-
rooned at Chaj Osteen's last Sunday
nicht tn account of something being
wrong with the "innards" of their
Overland touring car.
A singing class or school is being
held at the Csleyville school house.
It is a good thing for the young people
and is nodoubt a better place for them
than some of the places that we hear
Our old friend Amos Shockley. who
lives near the old townsite of Alpine
has the best corn and broomcorn we
hare seen this year. His corn will
make an average of 20 bushels per sere
and the broomcorn from M to ' tons
per acre. He also has some very fine
watermelons and an implicit faith in
the suocess of Hughes at the polls next
November. GoLn Bun
Miss Vivian Robison of Oahiltree
Texas and G H Nolan of Durant art
new teachers iu the high school this
year. Miss Robison taught at Knowles
last year where she gave excellent
satisfaction. She comes to Beaver well
recommended. Mr Nolan also comes
highly recommended as a young man
of ability and energy. The- addition
of these two young people to the teach-
ing foree of Bearer schools will add
much to its etficieney. Beaver people
extend them a hearty welcome and
trust that their stay with us may be
mutually pleasant and profitable.
A. M. Ives of Balko was on the Bea-
ver market Tuesday with a load of fat
hogs for which he received top prices
Mr Ives never comes to town without
bringing along a load of something to
market. He is one Beaver County
firmer who always manages to have
something to sell. He does It by
conservative mixed farming.
B 0. Taylor and family departed
this week forGuymon where they will
make their future home Their large
number of Beaver friends note their
departure with regret but wish them
well in their new location.
J. S. and J. L. Little are building a
new house near the high school. They
will move to town to give their child-
ren the advantage of our excellent
N. D. Nell and wife and daughter
Hazel left Monday in their Buick for a
visit at Kansas City at. Joseph Cam-
eron and other Missouri points.
H. D. Truax was here from JForgan
all day Tuesday looking after business
111 connection with his establishment
at this place
WE WANT TO BUY YOUR SALE PAPER
FIRST STATE BANK OF F0R6AN. 8-17 TF.
In the Jmtlrw Court of H. D. Meete. town
of Bcaitr. Bearer eAantr. OUibcra
I. W. Mort i. Cmpinr a partscrtMp.
WHHua E. Funte.
The State of Okkbena to WtWam E. Fuarate.
The defendant will tile notice that be hai been
lutd by the laid pblnt'lT. in the Juitiee Court of
II. O. Meete. In the tow of Beater. Beater coun-
ty. Oklahoma ani that an order of attachment
Ittutd in aaid caate. September lit ll let the
urn of ISMS and coeu. and hai been lerled on
the per-Mnat property of the defendant and aaid
eauM it far hearing October 9th ISIS before taid
JuiUceof the 1'eace and If the defendant fail to
appear for aaU trial. )1lcmrnt will be rendered
aa-ahit t him for ftS.lt and cou and the property
attached will be U to aatisfy aaid iaitvacau
II. D. Miese.
Juttiee of Peace.
I. W. MooacaCourANV. PUinUff. 9-1 -Jl
NEW IN BEAVER.
CANON CITY C0L0RA00 LUMP COAL AT
PROBST 6RAIN COMPANY
6RAIN AND COAL 3-1 6TF
By OLIVE KENNSET.
When Dlalr Tuttle's sister Maud
came home from finishing school she
unquestionably had been thoroughly
Maud had always been content to j
wear hats that came from Mrs. Crin- I
die's but since she had brought home
two hats from Madam Rose's In New
York she hadn't asv use for Crindle '
"Isn't that the most Impossible hat
you ever saw." she said one day when
8he waa P"1"8 Mr?" Crtadlc'i wlta
laai uig gtKAiuvafceu uroiar-r ui. ows.
who waa now tn the graduating class
at Truxdale. captain of the football
team and one of the xscm popular men.
"It looks Just like a raspberry sun-
dae and it Is quite as Insipid and ab-
surd." Illatr was more attentive to Maud's
little tirade than sha had expected.
"Yon ought to know. I suppose."
agreed Blair. "Now 111 tell yon why
I am Interested. You know our senior
play. Of coarse no one Is supposed
to know what it Is about bnt I have
got to get your help. For some rea-
son I am in charge of the costumes.
I hare got to see that the fellows get
the right sort of thing to wear for
their parts. Now one of the chatte
ters is a young gawk of a country
8rl. and her part calls for Just the
l"U "' U11U5 Ul.ll.
thins that you seem to think
that raspberry-sundae hat stands for.
I was thinking maybe I'd get you to
trim up something for me but I guess
you couldn't do any better than that
"Oh. Blair It would be the hit of the
Maud agreed to buy the hat for her
Casts lines were but loosely drawn
In Truxdale. The minister's daughter
had felt no hesitancy In marrying tbo
son of the grocer on the corner the
young doctor felt It an honor to know
the daughter of old Dobbs who drove
the station wagon.
So Clarice MIggtns came In for her
share of the college fun little bright-
eyed slender Clarice who had been
known to every sweet-toothed boy in
college as the dispenser of his favorite
brand of soda water or sundae.
But Clarice had cherished ambition.
There was not enough scope for her
imagination in the task of soda dispen
ser. So when an apprentice was need-
ed at Crlndle's millinery shop she left
the fountain on a day's notice. Blair
Tuttle could but feel a satisfaction In
knowing that hereafter those bright
eyes of hers would shine only for
haughty Mrs. Crindle and her other as-
sistants or the occasional woman shop-
pers who came tn to try on the new
"I am so perfectly happy tonight"
Clarice told Blair when he called at
her boarding house to take her to the
movies that single source of evening
diversion In Truxdale. "The most won-
derful thing has happened. My hat
my very own hat that I worked on
so hard has been sold. I didn't see
tho young lady that bought It. but the
girl who waited on her said she looked
like a fashion plate with a hat that
must have come from New York. Isn't
Blair had more than once before
tried to get his courage up to tell the
high-spirited little girl that she was
part of his own plans for happiness
and that In the career he was about to
start after his graduation from col
lege ho needed her encouragement
more than anything.
"But Clarice I don't want you to be
independent. I don't want ysu to go
on this way.
Clarice was too full of the enthu
slasm of achievement to bo stilled.
"I do wish you had seen It before
it was sold that hat of mine. The
silk was just the color of the rasp
berry sirup we used at the fountain.'
Suddenly Blair realized that this
masterpiece of Clarice's was none
other than tbo property hat he had at
present stowed away In his own room.
What Maud had said to htm about it
camo back with vividness. What If
Clarice knew? What It she ever found
out that this hat on which she bad
spent so much thought and care and
on which she bad banked such hopes
of future success was bought only
because It was a caricature? Blair
tried to think of a scheme whereby
her feelings might be saved
"Do you know Clarice my own sis-
ter tho one who has been hway to
boarding school bought that hat She
noticed it the first thing. 4 must get
you two girls to meet each other
some time. I know you will be great
friends. I believe Maud Is going away
visiting this summer sometimes and
she wanted that raspberry hat to go
with one of her new dresses. You
ought to havo heard what she said
about It! I guess it Is most too pretty
'to wear around here In Truxdale. But
Clarice you don't want to go on with
that millinery business idea of yours.
You know what I am driving at. Two
or three of the seniors are going to be
married right after college closes.
Commencement Is next week and
then the senior play will come the
next night. I have got to stay around
for that I'm the costumer and there
la quite a bit to do but tell mo
Clarice will you marry mo tho very'
next day. And then when I start out
on that new Job of mine I wont havo
to go alone." '
Her acceptance of his proposition'
helped Blair very materially out of the
raspberry-sundae hat difficulty. I
2uA SSEE ..v.v-n ftv-v-swq
NARROW GUAGE' CAFE
JOHN COLLINS PROP.
- REGULAR MEALS and SHORT ORDERS
Plenty to Eat and Served Right
9.7 p. II 2t
We will again open our Theatre
Monday Night Sept. 1 1
with Mutual Program 3 reels and one
Tuesday Night Sept. 12
The 4th episode of The Secret of the Sub-
marine the latest and greatest serial ever
Wednesday Night Sept. 13
A 3-reel program and one reel of comedy
Thursday Night Sept. 14
The 6th episode of The Black Box another
great serial of all ages
We have a large line of all the latest
music. You -will find what you want
here. If you don't we'll get it for you.
all the LATE POPULAR MUSIC 15c
COPY. Come in and see our line.
FQLSOM'S VARIETY STORE
Hit D. Tim
Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night
Parlors Located North
PHONE so. 35
Ice Ice Ice
Wo wish to announce to the public that our ice plant is now in
operation and that we are prepared to supply ice in any quantity.
The price is 50 cents per hundred in large quantities and CO cents
in small quantities. We have put on a wagon and are delivering to
any part of town. PHONE No. 95
BEAVER. ICE PLANT
S. N. Wible. Mgr.
BEAVER WW mWRL.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our house It one of tha BEST la town and first oluj in overj reapeat
tablei iupplied with the best the market affords and rates very reasonable
Every court? ij extended
10 end 15 Cents
Door Herald Building
CCopyr!ht WIS. by the'McClure Nwp-
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