The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 31, 1917 Page: 1 of 12
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The BEAVER HERALD
A bank acquaintance is a fine
and especially when he is at the
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the value of money and is anxious to earn
Young people who are taught to save become a credit to a
community because it makes them ambitious.
Xoung people will take pride in looking on this institution as
their bank and they have the privilege of coming and going just
as much as they wish
Interest paid on savings.
F LAUGHMV.Prs V JAS.H.CBABTf?E.CASH.
How to Get the Most Value
For Your Money
NO mechanical adjustments to make except the turn
ing of one screw to bring the bowl to the correct
height once a year perhaps; every bearing oiled with dean
fresh oil before the handle makes a quarter turn; no chance to
injure the spindle or spindle bearings when replacing the bowL These are '
three exclusive Primrose separator features.
just think what those features mean to ypu. Nothing goes wrong on a
Primrose because there is nothing to go wrong. There are no adjustments
to make for ordinarywork. The milk supply bowl is firmly set in one place
the light place. The milk float goes into just the right position either side
" n f ry bearing is plentifully oiled before you begin to skim. The gears
re all rieidlv fastened. The bowl has the cleanest. eloMar.alrimn;... J.-:
and the largest skimming surface ever put into a cream separator i
The Primrose is worth more than any other separator built and it sella
for less than many of them. Drop in and let ua show you why
CARTER. TR.ACY HWD. CO.
Folsom's Six Day Sale
9 1-2 Pounds Sugar $1.00
3 1-2 Pounds Ontons 25
1 Dozen "Nice Lemons .20
1-2 Pound Baking Chocolate 20
1 Ice Tea Tumbler Cocoa t .15
1 Pound Pathfinder Coffee 35
The Above Prices are Not Good After June 6th
A. L. FOLSOM & CO.
I have the best farm
loan proposition in Bea-
ver county. Get my
terms before closing
any loan. : : f :
H. N. LAWSON
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. MAY 31 1917
you know the
value of a Bank
thinp for a boy even as a boy
point where he begins to know
SEVERE PENALTY FOR NOT
Under Proclamation of the" Presi-
dent of the United States all male
persons who have attained their 21st
birthday and who have not attained
their 31st birthday are required to go
to their regular voting place between
v the hours of 7 a. m and 9 p. m on
Tuesday June 5th 1917 to register
under Selective Draft Law. A severe
penalty is provided for those who re-
fuse or neglect to so register. No
matter whether you are married or
single whether you claim exemption
or not if you are a man between the
age of 21 and 30 years you MUST
register. DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER.
NEW AUTO DEALERS.
D.B. Kinder and H. P. Williams
have secured the agency for the
Geronlmo car for the territory south
of the Beaver river and have scoured
their demonstrator and have the car
and parts on sale here now as rosy
be seen from their ad elsewhere in this
Issue. The Geronlmo Is made in Enid
and a large numoer of people of Bea-
ver county are interested as stock-
holders in the concern. The car ap
pears to be all that is claimed for It
and has a classy look. Kinder & Wil
liams ought and doubtless will enjoy
a good trade for people naturally
would be interested in boosting for the
car in which they have invested par
ticularly when it is one. which will
BI6 MEETING AT LAVERNE.
A letter from Rev. L. L. Shaw who
is conducting a series of revival meet
ings at Laverne reports a great meet
ing in progress and much evidence of
good being accomplished. The first
week closed Sunday with a packed
house the platform filled and many
standing There were fourteen ad
ditions the first week all except
two by primary obedience The town
is being moved as it was never moved
before and it Is said the meeting Is only
getting started. Key. Shaw is being
assisted by Mrs. Pearl Heycus former-
ly of Beaver who has oharge of the
' PRODUCE COMING TO MARKET.
Homo grown produoe is beginning
to come to market. We have had
onions for sometime and rhubarb
lettuce and radishes are now getting
plentiful. So much agitation of back-
yard gardening has rather curtailed
ihe demard for early garden sass but
after the lettuce radish and onion
season is past wo venture the town
gardens will not amount to much and
then those of the farm will find a
ready market Except in favored
spots it is uphill business to produce
abaokyard garden other than early
IAPTIST PEOPLE WILL BUILD.
Materia) is being plaoed on' the
ground for the ereetioa of a new
Baptist church? The edifice will be
built at the former location of the Big
Jo Lumber yard on South Douglas
The building will be of tile and will be
34x60 with basement. It is well
located and when completed will cer
tainly be a church home of which the
Baptist people may well feel proud
and an ornament to that part of the
The many friends of Miss Mamie
Brown of Lockwood will read with
interest of her marriage to Bert
Barnes of that place MayVJrd. The
ceremony was solemnized ' at Hitr-
gens1 Texas Mrs. Barnes is a daugh-
ter of A. A and sister of Roy Brown
of Lockwood and has lived la that
section since coming to this country
whan only a small girl. Her many
friends extend congratulations.
HI6H SCHOOL JJLOSES.
The year's work "at-. H. 8. olosed
with the graduating exercises Pridsy
night and we feel that we voice the
sentiment of at least the great major-
ity of the people of this district when
we say that the year's work has been
a good one and one in which the stu-
dents have been given an opportunity
for great advancement and for the
most part they have embraced the
chance to fit themselves for future
usefulness and have applied themselves
studiouily to their work. Trie year
has been a most successful one.
With the close of school the various
teachers go to their homes or school
for the summer. Supt. Hill and wif
will go to Norman to do summer work ;
Hiss Wright expects to anend th
summer with her father at Appleton
City Missouri ; Mist- Robison has r.
turned to her home near Ochiltree
lexas; Prof. Nolsn will go to his home
at Durant and Miss Dunkln has return-
ed to her home at Springfield Mlss-
uu. ami no arc auviseu mat it is ner
intention to take un auHcial ar.hnnl
work next year.
Beaver has enjoyed the association of
the different teachers during the
school year. They all proved them-
selves capable men and women and
many would be glad to know that they
win tie with us again next yar. At
this time definite arrangements have
not been made we understand as to all
the teachers however it Ib expected
that many if not all will return
NEW 6ARA6E RAZED BY WIND.
Long A Lawson's new garage build-
ing which was' assuming a finished ap-
pearance in front that part of the
building having been practically cnm.
pleted while waiting for more tile fur
the remainder of the walls was blown
to the ground in front and the
south side in the high wind Saturday
night. The front went down-first and
the south wall catching the full force
of the wind quickly followed. Much
of the tile was broken in the crash.
The brick in the front was not
damaged so much. The owners were
fortunate in having insurance but at
that their loss will be only partially
covered to say nothing of the loss of
time.' The building which was Jspkipg
so nice is certainly a delap'idated look-
ing lot'of debrit now but workman are
busy elearing away and getting read
to resume building. The Herald sin-
cerely regrets the loss that has be-
fallen our fellow townsmen and thb
delay which has been occasioned.
AUTO DELIVERY SERVICE.
Heayer is certainly getting right up
to now in a business way and our bus-
iness people are sparing neither labor
uor expense to give their customers
the best'fri'quallty and service. The
past week the BeavenMereantile Com-
pany and the Savage Cash Store each
put on auto delivery service using
bran new' Ford delivery cars. The
Truax Hardware bat bean using such a
car for some time Savage's have also
delivered by auto but this lime they
have installed a car with regular de-
livery body 'the first in Beaver.
Our Drug Store is Complete in
Every Particular and it is a Pleasure
to us to serve you.
Try Our Fountain Smrwksm for
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Cahm Smrvmtl Saturdays anal Sunday A
DAVIS DRUG COMPANY
Ladies and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Full line of
Mttttnary Shoaa Dry Goatla
Mrs. W. H. Robertson
The historical hosllcry now arsssnts a pleasing appssranes and th 'rep-
utation of ila tablca ia sustained. Out of town guests w II note the famoas
free bus service haa been resumed and mesta all trains. .
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J. B. Hervson Mgr.
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Geo. H. Wright
RENFREW INVESTMENT CO.
Farm Loans and Insurance
CARSON & CO. Agents
The government will avoid a lot of
future trouble if it clamp the price
regulation lid onto every article of
home consumption. The farmer the
manufacturer and the laborer should
be guaranteed a reasonable and lust
price for his toll the consumer should
be amply protected against gouging
and the speculator and price booster
should be kicked to hades where he
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All Tires and Tubes
Discounted this Month
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES.
Srnlces next Sunday as follows:
Bible dchool io o'alouk a. m.
I'rfBcbingat 11 o'clock a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7 o'clock pra.
Preaching at o'clock
Preifching by Rev. Newby-.
Rev. Newby will also preach at Elm-
wood in the afternoon
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