The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 7, 1919 Page: 1 of 12
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Oklahoma Historical S
The BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. AUGUST 7 1919
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QUINN & FIGKEL
Real Estate Insurance
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FIRST STATE BANK
Prepared to Extend Every Courtesy Consistent with
Sound Banking. Deposits Guaranteed.
a. M. CMFMV Camktmr
C. W. McKOW Mmml. Caahfer
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JOHN E. SWAIM lIKIti:
John E. Swntiu. manager of ho Co-
operative Livestock Association of
Oklahoma City ww a county soat ls-
Itor this week being horo tu look af-
ter eoino pergonal business matter's.
Ho was a caller nt Tho Herald office
having his numo re-enrolled on ouri
Pig Dook. Mr Swam waa on (f
the number of last fall who wns too
busy and overlooked renewing for
Tho Herald at the tlmo his subscrip-
tion expired and tho government
ruling prohibiting the mailing of
newspapers to subscribers not paid In
advance being In effect wo were
compelled to drop his name from our
liBt. We didn't do so because wo
wero afraid of Mr. Swalm's responsi-
bility but because wo wore afraid of
our Undo Samuel. Ho said stop tho
paper unless ns tho subscription was
paid In advance or ho would stop our
supply of print paper so wo stopped
'er however wo were glad to re-enroll
the name again this week.
air. Swalm's new position nt Ok-
lahoma City which he has tilled since
Jaaiwry 1st is for a corporation
whiea Is promote 1 by tho packer-j and
breeders for tho purposo of en-
couraging tho production of moro and
better livestock. It Is a non-profit
acpoctatlon promoted merely for tho
snka of Increasing production and
comiervlng the trebling stock and is
Aaaneed by tho packers and breeders.
who reap their return In an Indirect
way through increased aalce Ills
wort has to do vl'h bringing the
buyer and seller together and making
It fosslblo for tl:p! who wi-ju to pro
duce better unr. iJt who do no nl
ways have tho itfi.v3. to do so The
service his association Is rendering Is
Brewing rapidly. Beaver counlv
breakers would do well to consult
with Mr. Swulci. Ho may be nblo to
render you some valuable assistance.
Ha nay bo reached b.' nddrcfa n; liliu
. Oklahoma filir. Stork Vitii Stn.
UKA.H.SHOPI'KIl COXTKOIj l'JiAN.
At tho regular meeting of tint
Hoard of County Conimlstoncrs of
Heavor County Oklahoma on Aug-
ust 5 1910 the matter of Grass-
hopper control In tho county was
considered and It was ordered that
$1000.00 bo appropriated by tho
county tor tho purchase of Paris
Green or Crude Arsenic which will
bo furnished to tho farmers of
Iicavcr county without cost for the
purposo of ridding tho fluids of
An order has bocn placed for the
poison and as soon ns It nrrlvcs ar-
rangements have been made with
County Judge K. D. Mocso for tho
sotting aside of a day ns n legal
holiday on" which all hands will turn
out to nsslRt In exterminating tho
post. Announcement will bo mnde
nB foon ns tho exact date for tho Drive
Is designated nnd nil are urged to
Join In tho crusade nnd assist In sav-
ing next year's wheat crop.
The following Is tho formula as
given out by tho United States Bu-
reau of Ktomology Tho Pnrls
Green or Crude Arsenic will bo
furnished freo to tho farmers. Tho
other IngicillentB will be provided at
tho ex pen so of the user.
Formula: Mix thoroughly.
Part 1. CO lbs. wheat bran S lbs.
Pnrls Green or Crudo Arsenic.
Part 2. Mix ono-hnlf gallon low-
grade syrup threo lemons finely
chopped In seven gallons of water.
Pour 2 over 1: stir thoroughly
nnd dampen evenly. Sow broadcast
over Infested area. This Is enough
for ten or twelvo acres.
Watch for announcement and
data of drlvo.
A. S. FOSTEIl.
Found Him Asleep!
Fairbanks Morse Quality
Very Low Price
TJiif 40 light "F" plant comes to yon completely mounted on
one base. The power plant is the famous "7." Engine which
'can also be used to furnish power lor washing machine churn.
cream separator etc. independent of the dynamo cither direct
or through a line shaft. i
Lon speed engine-andtallJjeariag.dynamo' assure long life
less attention' andjowest possible maintenance cojt. Touch a
button to start and another to stop. See this wonderfully
efficient plant and let us explain all the details.
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HARRY D. TRUAX Distributor Beaver
Balko State Bank
Capital Stock $10000
Balkm - - Oklahoma
F. L. Cakson Wichita 'Kansas President
1 Cashier Kansas National Bank Wichita
F. R: Zachaiuas Enid Oklahoma Vice-President
. President Garfield County Bank. Enid
H. E."McKeever Balko Oklahoma Cashier
Your Account Solicited
Nice Country Home
1 60 acres 2 miles from Beaver
Okla. on hard road. Good house
barn granary necessary out-buildings
trees and shrubbery. All good
farm land. Here is a chancs for you
to get a good home close to school
and church. Will bear full investi-
gation and the price is right.
Before Buying or Selling Real Estate See Me.
H. N. LAWSON Beaver Okla.
FOOB FOU THOUGHT FOIt I-OCAI.
Monday of this week twelve
Uklted Stntes mall bags filled with
Montgomery Ward & Co. catalogues
nrrtrd at the Beaver postotflco for
distribution In Oilr trade territory.
Aa result of tiiM udvertlslni' on tho
part of Montgomery Ward Co. tlinu-
a'Sa of dollars that rightfully should
t ti.to the mercantile firms ft Ibis
trad territory will go to that firm
WUI V Beca.'.i!') they havo the go-id
:. :1 and nr. mnkiug nn etrort in
ell.ihem. TliHy ad vartlse - - v " -
Vke chances are that many cstab-
lUkaaents In this trade territory nro
offering the very same goods and In
many Instances better goods at the
same or less prices than are Mont-
gomery Ward but wheri they are
ml'flng the trade and M. W. fc Co..
mo getting It lb that t..c local butl-
ness concern1! fall t: go after :ho
bUbliiccs. expejtln tho l.ii.orr to
r me. Into the'.r- establishments nnd
Niv without nnv urging r "ff-iil -n
their part while M. W. & C spend
some mnoey In advertising and they
sell the goods.
This vast amount of monov! going
out of tho county and state each year
to mall order concerns Is not right
but tho consumer Is not -to blame.
Let the local business concerns ndnnt
the snine business-getting system nu
does the mall order concern -aa 1 th-y
will noon put a stop to It. f.oi'.iir..
ors. as a tulc would prefer to trade
at home where they may ace what
they are buying where lone delnvs
In arrival of goads would not bo nec-
essary and where they might contrib
ute to the prosperity of tho local
business concerns and tho towns and
county but thoy nro not going to dt
'i so long as tlvir home nro floodnJ
with 1 teratur-j .i'd catalogue? front
Montgomery. Ward & Co. Sears
JtoooucK Co. Spelgal May Stern
Co.. and other mall order concerns.
and 'not ono word of Inducement or
solicitation of business comes to
them from the local business houses.
either through the columns of the
local papers or by catalogues and
literature. When tho local business
concerns go after the business In tho
right way It Is our opinion that they
will get It. and not until they do.
This article Is not written In a
spirit of mallco or to "score" local
business concerns because thoy d6
not advertise In The Herald. We
are doing fairly w611 in our business
enjoy a good patronage from many
of the local business concerns nnd
havo no "kick." but it Is written bo-
cause we know that thousands of
dollars aro being sent out of the
county to mat 1 order bouses for
goodB that aro no cheaper In price
to thoso which might bo bought right
nnd many times Inferior In quality
here at home and wo'd like to Bee
tho local concerns wake up and go
after the business. A town and
county Is only so prosperous as Is
its business and farming Interests.
One cannot live without the other.
Every dollar sent out of the county
injures tho local business concerns
and every Injury to the local business
concerns Js an Indirect Injury to
the farming Interest. We are all
Just ono big family. If our Interests
nro in common we will all benefit
In common. If our Interests are ed-
vorso all must suffer to a greater
or less extent. Think It over. There
is food for though In this matter.
Why not keep Beaver county money
In Beaver county?
EIGHTH GItADE COMMENCEMENT
Eighth grado commencement cx-
crclsos will be held at the Christian
church In Ileavor on Friday nlghtf
August 22nd at which tlmo Dr
Coffoy of tho Panhandle Agricultural
Institute of Goodwell will deliver an
address to tho graduates. Special
music In also being arranged for and
a pleasing program Is planned.
All eighth grade graduates arc
requested nnd urged to attend
When burglars entered old Safety Stevens'
houso they found hi in s(und asleep. When his
wife aroused him with the whispered assertion
that "there are burglars in tho house" he replied
with a yawn "Let them go they can't find any-
thing. Our money is in tho bank." Ho was not
worried. Hit pocketbook contained nothing but
n bunch of blank checks and a llttlo loose change;
nothing' to lose. It pays to havo a bank account
in a good reliable bank for tho feeling of saff ty'l-v
Hptfed Vi say nothing of the many eonver'.eh6tSi
THE BANK OF BEAVER CITY
FRANK LAUGMRIN. Pre. R. H. LOOFBOURROW. Vic-Prs.
4AS. H. CRABTREE CsihUr
W. L. HENSON Co. Supt.
SCHOOLS HEGtS KEr.
I-upUs are beginning to look fot
.!uuekcepUh'.av '.-t'Jtrrnro -tf-nu.fn-rii-
of gi t w ki-A I oys and gltl
who deslro places to work for their
board and I am trying to place them
All parties desiring to keep boarderr
to rent rooms should phone me at Nd.
G. E TENNEV
Supt. of Schools
Mr. and Mrs. (J E. Tenoey an-
nounce the birth cf a diugnUr on
August 2nd to wtiom they huvo giv-
en the name Uaibaro CorriiiD.
Mrs. Uuth Redman of Forgaa i
her guest Miss Standlfur ot Elk Clly.
were Friday evonlng callanrto tkm
Hub last weok.
TEACirEIW' BEAVER COUNTY
August 18 to 23 'Inclusive.
I deslro to say to the teachers of
Beaver county that I wish to uphold
tho educational standards which
this county has always had.
I have' arranged for this; training
courso with this object In view.
I have secured W. Homer Hill
nuperlntondent of Waynoko schools
who needs no introduction to the
teachers of Beaver county.
' Ho Is a graduato ot the. State uni-
versity and stands well In educa-
I havri" been fortunate enough tn
secure Prof E. A. Herod of the
North western State Normal school as
Mr. Herod has been with us a num-
ber of years and Is ono of the fore-
most educators tn tho west.
JJoth of thoe men are university
men nnd qualified for their work.
Thero will be special features
throughout tho weekB besides dis-
cussions that pertain to the profes-
sion. I havo grown up among you. I
have no other deslro than to serve
This cad Is imperative. You must
growl You cannot stand still. Come
learn about the now books and other
points of Interest1 to tho profession.
The Oklahoma Tenchors' associa-
tion Is the beginning of a great
movement for tho teachers
Como hear about It
Teachers aro asked to bring ref-.
erence books nnd noto hooks.
If possible tho new texts will be
Harvey's Psychology will bo used
for the course.
I shall be ready for planning and
conferences at all tlmo.
Accept tho responsibility. Come.
Very sincerely yours
W. L. HENSON Co. Supt.
Lon Ford painter is at Elm-
wood this week decorating the
premises at Ernest Slocum's
Coma to the '
Garden City Kas.
Quality Goes C7ear77irvujh 4
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Voukino'Car i I JL
$925- - fef-
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The salient characteristics of the Dart
can be summed up in three sentences. '
First it is a car ihat needs service-
attention but very infrequently.
Second when it does seem' desirable
to give the Dort a "going over" you
can do it yourself easily quickly and
inexpensively because of the marked
simplicity .and accessibility of Dort
Third its mileage per set of tire3 -
gallon of gasoline and quart of oil is .
perceptibly higher than common. ' Hr
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Prices F. O. B. Factory
i Wire Wheels and Spare Tires Extra
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Grabtree & Crabtree Dealers
POR.T MOTQK CAR COMPANY
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