The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 18, 1917 Page: 1 of 12
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T e BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. JANUARY 18 1917
If you know f he
value of a Bank
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RR 1(7 rt fvJsti1
A bnnU ncquaiitance is a line tliinp for a boy oven as a boy
and especially when he is at the point where he begins to know
the value of money anil is anxious to earn.
become a credit to a
Bm" YunK people who are taught to save b
jfS?coininunity because it makes them ambitious
Young people will take pride in looking on this institution as
their bank and they have the privlege of coming and going just
as much as they wish
Interest paid on savings.
cmeoSafiA ov8eav&t Gilt
F LAUGHPN.Pxcs V JASH.CRABTPE.Cashp.
Clean Up Sale
Closing out our line of IHackinaws Over-
coats Wool Sweaters and Ladies
Coats We will give a dis-
Come marly and get yours. New line of
fust received. See window display.
BEAVER MERCANTILE COMPANY
ril.r'K 200 Rentstered and Hlah Grade
Mares. Stallions Jacks Jennetts Cattle
Hogs and Sheep.
Cherokee Oklahoma January 24-25-26
L. R. HUGHEY Manager.
I have the best farm
loan proposition in Bea-
ver county. Get my
terms before closing
any loan. : : : :
H. N. LAWSON Beaver Okla.
AS THE EDITOR SEES IT.
It will soon be timo to "clean up and paint up."
And while wo are about it let's clean up paint up an J
stay up. To spend a few hours and a few dollars on
your yard and property this spring and then forgot
all about it for the next live years to come is the poorest
kind of economy. It is even a first-class extrava-
gance for the moment a piece of property becomes
"rusty" deterioration rapidly sets in and rushes right
on to destruction. A few dollars and a little labor in
periodical improvements is the best interest you can get
on your investment. And what is good for you is
equally good for tiic town the county and the state.
How much does your drinking water cost you? Not
mucli? Well drink more of it and live longer. Drink
a lot more and llye longer still. Plenty of pure water is
good for the digestion. It is better than anything you
can take for it is one of nature's own remedies. Here's
the proof. Stop the first ten men you meet and ask
each one of them how much w.iter he drinks each day.
Some will drink but a little and before you leave them
thoy will probably make some complaining remark
about their stomach. And 'they will keep on making
those remarks until they die -unless thoy drink more
water. Others will tell you that they drink largo
quantities every day and won't even mention their
stomachs. Of course not for there is no occasion.
Water has done its work and the digestion is in perfect
working order. Drink.more Water. You will live longer
and die llappier. Your doctor will tell you so for'HB
Have you ever wondered what the result would bo if
the people of this town thought and said nothing but
good of each other for thirty or sixty daysV Think! It
would work a revolution in both mind and body. People
who are constantly nagging would have lost the habit.
The best that is in each one would have unconsciously
forced its way to the fore and mobility of character
would have made rapid strides towardupplanting the
- ignoble and vicious in man'and wdinankiqdF OTiiowrT
might not bo a Garden of Eden but it would come
nearer to it than any other spot on earth. And it
wouldn't cost us a penny.
First National Bank
Member Federal Reserve Bank
Capital $25000 Surplus $2500
J. V. WlCllll President
FRANK MAPLIi VIcu-Pres.
W. II. WKI.LS Cnshior
J.O. KU.IS Asst.Cush
THE ONLY NATIONAL.BANK IN BEAVER COUNTY Ya
ln Inn Want a Ford?
If You Do.
Place Order Now
Company Guarantees Delivery in Ten
Days to those who sign
Long (8L Lawson
MOTHER CALLED IN DEATH
Tliu Dentil Angel visited our littlu
city again tne paat week. Ilia visit
have been frequent of late and the
hearts of man; have been torn In. grief
becausa nf hi presence.' This time
the home of V. M. Powers and fami'y
hag been bereft df a mother's tender
love and care by the death of Mrs
REBEKAlt'S INSTALL OFFICERS.
Oilicera for the ensuing term w.-re in
stalled by the Hearer Rebekah lodge
at their regular meeting Wednesday
night of last week tho same biting a
lolloas: tteulah Hail N. G Addle
Foster V. G Maude 0. Thomas. Sec
Laura DeGraw Treas 0. 0 I).) Graw
Klin Wible- Amye Smith TrUste. s
Krma Crabtree stall captain Jano
Powers which occurred Thursday iStranathan musician Ella Wlble
C0IIATI1 STOCK SALE
January 11th 1017 death being duo to
Bright' diseaso. '
Funeral services were conducted at
the Methodist church Friday after-
noon by Rev. Tom May of the Holi-
ness faith of which the deceased had
b on a believer and interment was
made in the Beaver cemetery.
Mrs. Powers had been ill for several
mouths and for weeks before her death
it was known that her condition was
such that she could not recover. She
had been In Colorado for some timo
but returned about six weeks ngo and
the family were residing In Reaver at
the time she was called away. The
husband agd nine children survive
seven of whom the youngest a babe of
eleven months are at home.
The Herald Joins with the many
friends in extending sympathy to the
K. OF P.'S INSTALL.
At their regular meeting Tuesday
night January 10th the Installation of
K. of P. otllcers for tho ensuing term
took place. These honorable ofTIcp
woro nfllcially turned over to the fol
lowing: Oscar Ganlner 0. C. ; Arthur
Cllne V. 0.; Don 0 Reed. Prelate;
A. Grantham. M. of E : T P. Braid
wod K. of It and S R-M8 Rtzley M.of
A Chas. Twyford I. G. G. II Rush
0- (.. Representatives to Grand Lodge
are J. W. Gulwell and R. II. Loof-
bourrow. Alternatives are J. V.
Webb and I. W. Mooro.
After Installation of otllcers tlui
rank of Knighthood was conferred up-
on 8. J Carrier D. M. Kile Walter
Allen W.. H. Robertson 0. H.
Wright and P. L. Thomas.
HERO OF MANILA BAY DEAD.
Admiral George Dewey the hero of
Manila Hay and ranking naval otlieer
of the world died at his home iu Wash-
ington D. 0. January 16th at the aga
of 70 yean. Death was Aluft to pneumonia
conductor Kella Mason Warden
Amy Smith chaplain Tina Rjbluson
inside guardian Jlsrry Brown outfeide
guardian Erma Crabtree R a. N G
Maude Stalling L. S. N. G. Alma
Brown It. 3 V G. Myrtle Uumuhrey
0. E.S. INSTALL OFFICERS.
Otllcers for the local Chapter O E
S were Installed at a special meeting
Friday night January 12th called for
that purpose Tin; following are
otllcers Installed for the year. IV.arl
Miller W. M.. J. A. Miller W. P.
Jano Stranathan A M Lennie Thom
as C . Loua Robertsou A. 0 Maude
O.Thomas Sec Eva Maple Treas.
Anna Meese chaplain Klie Muree
Adah.. Blance Kennedy. Ruth. Mav
Ctilwell Esther. Ada Quinn Martha jj
Jennie Nicholson KletHa Amy Baird
warder T. P. Braid wood sentinel.
COLLINS SELLS NARROW GAUGE.
.John. ColUus disused of I. it in-
terest Iu tlw Narrow Gauge cafe th
past week to S 0. Shea of Grponsborg
Kansas who had been employed as nook
In the cafe for a few weeks prelum to
the sale. While in charge of the Nar
row Gauge .Mr Collins and wife served
the public in a most acceptable rami
ner and many will regret to know of
their withdrawal. However Mr Shoa
and wife come highly recommended
and we are sure that thny will continue
the' high class service which patron of
that popular uaf.; have been enj tying
in tin' past Tho Herald exiiid th"
hand of weli-nine 'o Mr. and .Mrs.Siiea
MORE SNOW FALLS.
A light snow-fall accompanied by
considerable drop in temp'tiaiure.iU.
Ited their parts the past week Irwas
decidedly colder the fore pun nf the
week but.it this time It I warming i
somewhat and the snnw has ah ml nil
LADIES' AUXILIARY TO K. OF P. .
An auxiliary nf the K nf P's. was
organized Thursday night danuary
llth.ooiHlstlng of K lights their moth
er wives sntiJrs and daughter. The
nmvorder is that of the Pythian Sister;
Mr. Snow of Woodward whs most
Excellent Qrganutr of this uxlilary
The new orgtiliititlon starts nut 'witlr
the following otllcers! Jennl" Nichol-
son M U. 0. Mary Twyfdrd.M. EfcS
Kin Dickson M E J. Mao Fiokel
iM.E j MayCulwell M. ..f R and
S May Carrier M. of K. Martha
Cllne Protector Lnna l!obertS"n O.
G Lucill" 'Monroe P C EmirM
Cudch Maltie Kny and l.Hiira D Graw
K'iy-tV men all nf whom aie
Knigliix if Pjllili. Ii)ik thu rink uf
! To Cure a Cold in Ono Day
! TsLeLAXATlVHlIKOMOQulntnc. HMopnthe
j Couch od llcnuiichv and works rQ the CoM.
Dnital'.l" rrf'itxl money II It ialla to cure.
il w. UKOVK $ ulicnaturc on cch box. ;sc.
We have opened up a Meat Market in connection with the
I.W. MOOHE& CO. GROCERY and are prepared to
supply the trade with anything in the Meat line at all t.'mes4
Meat delivered prom ply.
GOETZIN&ER & GO.
JT r-- ---- ---
HAVE JUST UNLOADED
1W . wmm
Tho money wo spend at home
is always returned to us while
tho raonoy we send awny is
I LOAD OF
I Pure Bred Percheron
Two Imported Horses and Two Big Jacks
These animals are all of fine pure breeding with plenty
of size and action and fit e ind viduals. They may
I be seen at LIVERGOOD'S DARN.
Come in and see this stuff. We J
will be glad to show it to $
you and figure j
with you. J
F COME IN AND SEE IT ANYWAY I
D. L. HUSTED
I A GREAT CHANGE TO GET FINE STUFF
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