The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 5 of 8
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WArVT 40 CMIMW
Our tine of Staple and PancyOrt-
ccrlcs Is complete. We have 'what
you want. Aftk for It. ty A. Cates'
Grocery. 4-22 tf
We will be pleased to take care of
your Grocery needs. Try out goods.
Their quality and the price will
please you. D. A. Cates. - 4-22 tt
"Se"eDr7"J. P." PowelfaThliTnext
date here September 30th for eye
ear nose and throat treatment.
.Also prepared to remove tonsils and
When It comes to Fancy una diuplu
Groceries our line cannot be beat
and our price Is right. D. A. Cates'
Grocery. 4-22 tf.
Good heather davenport for sale
very choap. In best condition.
Mrs. W. H. Thomas Beaver Okla-
Young people who have received
the new catalog of the Springfield
Business; College aie delighted.- It
should be read by overy ambitious
person over sixteen. J. A. Taylor
mails It free.
We have nil the leading best
brands of Groceries. Come In and
inspect our shelves. You'll find what
you want. D. A. Cates. 4-22 tf
AUrOMnniLHAT A BARGAIN
A coin! Kmir Ovllmler llutck lor twin
Old tylu body will mnki excellent
light truck nr speedster nuamntfrd
to be In tirntM'lHss condition. Call at
The Herald olllcu.
FOIl SALK OK TRADE Heavy
team wagon and harness. See A.
C. Hill. City Dray and Transfer.
Beaver Oklahoma. 9-lC-tf
LOST Gold watchi size 16 B.
"V. Itnymond works. Kinder notify
Hdwln S. Gardner Beaver Okla-
homa or Herald office and re-
ceive reward. 9-6-tr
Dr. J. P. Powell eyofcar nose
and throat specialist will he here
September 30th next date. Will bo
prepared to remove tonsils nnd
GOOD DUKOCS I'Olt BALK '
I now have some extra good
Duroc Jersey pure bred boars and
gilts for sale. Just right for this
fall breeding. Prlcesrlght. Call
or write C. E. Pattlson Gray Ok-
lahoma. 9-23 10-14-41 pd
Dr. J. P. Powell
EyeEar Nose 6 Throat
Prepared to remove Tonsils and
Will make Beaver every other
week. Next date Sept. 80tli.
Will be glad to take your order.
Call on me or telephone me and
I will be glad (o call.
Mrs. A. S. Dickson
r IMPORT OF THR COHDtTlOW Or
THE 8M BEAVER CIW.3
Quite 'ft rrowit attrnilrd 'th' bap
iKlntf at I'lrnitant Valldjr lust Sun
r Watkln nnd children
F - " n 11 V llayileu'n.
At Brrln theSuteof Oklahoma al th dv. . Several from this vicinity attended
of bu.litxi .( a ira . "" " "io. ') last TUeminy
ox Duaineai Sept.. S. 1920. ... ... .. '.. u-r w.i.
UF.SOUKCra. 'Incr Sept llth a tine baliy hoy.
OreMmlto. imeiired nna nnweured. 175.11 Mrs. It. C. Nichols inndo n trln to
Security with Bunking Ilord 2.CCW.P0 '' ednemiaj
Stocki Iloiid. Warrant p.. inniw) . " ou r"n hear the hum of tho feed
aiocKi uonaa narrania. tic Csuu.gu ili..i..r 11.1. .... ..!.. ihi i.
ItiitikliK llonw. Kiiniltureand Kltlnrra 5.000.00 take can- of tho bountiful crop.
Due from lUinkn 5J.I0S.M Mr. ami Mrs. tt. A. Law nnd hahy
Cl.eckt and other oih llemi """ l uiihh evening at the A. Mycr
630.06 Quito a crowd attended the party
W.V.I.&G nt . .i. tVuilareK laHt Monday night.
3S35 16 All report havlnic a fine time.
tMULiml twi; inniH
Exchahice for Clearing Houae
HUla of Exchange.
Cnah In bunk .. ...
Total . .
Capital 8lock paid In.. ..
Klne weather and mm are buar
J15.OjO.CO pulllni' broom corn and llxtliiR wheat.
2.K00.H) Mra. IM uhcl Mm. Charley Howard
Undivided l'rollti.. Lew Kjpenoe and - ""t v". "' " u' SI"r"" mo Ult
Tuvwltihl ... 1111.72 Mrs. l'r'ed l'lillllpa apent Saturday
Imllvlritul Deposit aubject to Check 1CO.S04.63 afternoon with hoiQt folKM and did a
i)m.ni ('eitiHi.!... .r n-..1. iiiwi '.: ":'""" """"
Caahler a Cheeks Outitandlnic
LiKbllltleaotlier.thnii tlimeiiboTa ataietl. Nona' llurna Murray baa moved
nr lv " with Mr. (llnndaon.
Total. ... I20I.71SIU Hoy Bell has been helping ttvorj-
c.i..mu.u. i .... n . . . H liuBDrtll Martin pull broom
huite or Oklahoma Cotintr of nejoer. (m.) corn
1. 0. V.(!ArKY. Cni'Iiler of the ntotp named i "'! Vnunir la back from a trip
Bankd roleinnlr kwear ttmt the aboTq at:ite- to Colorado Iteporta n. fine trip and
merit litrtio. to the let of in; knowledge and be- liked the tountry. Did not leurn tf
lief so help me tiwl. ne found a location. Miss Tina Val-
(1. V. CArKr. Ci.hler. 'mi. tinii with Jlra. Younjr wlillo
8ubcrilieil and (worn to before me this 16th day no was kiiiio.
n.to.'i.si Albert Neff nnd Iloy Kendrlck inado
i.ij.i a nip tu kiiowiuh witn loaua Kruiuy.
of Sept. irco.
v. J. COLK8. Notary Public
My Commljilon Kxplret Dec: 3 l'21
O. Jl CxrKif
P. C. TBAnr
YV. 11. Thomas Dlreetora
9-23 9-!0 2t
MONEY TO LOAN
Plentj u( inoney to loan on farms
loweat rates quick money aod
I represent the Nnwton State Bank
A. Triul Oo Newton Illinois:
Write or call on inn If you wanta
II. S.JUDY "
First door North of Court House
' WOODWARD. OKLAHOMA
Cof. J. A. SANDERS
Fifteen Years in Live Stock
Will Handle Your Sale Papc:
UErOKT OF THE CONDITION OV
The LaKemp State Bank
OF LaKEMI" OKLAHOMA. SEIT..8. 1920
Ijoana and Plncounta
Overdrafla iecured and unsecured
Securltlca with IlanklnK Hoard
Stocka Honda Warronti. etc
Furniture and Flxturri
Due from Hanka.
Checka and Other Caih Itema.
Cnlh In Dank
Caplul Stock Paid In.
Undivided Pronta Iaa Expenaea and
Rcacrved for Taxea.
DMdendi Unpaid ( --
Indivldaal Drpoalta auhject to Check
Demand Certlllcntea of Depoalt
Time Certlncatea of Depoalt
Caahier'a ChecJ. OutatandinK
Notcaand Dilla Ite-picountcd.
Llakllltlea Other than thoae above atated. None
State of Oklahoma County of Heaver S3.
I. Hush C. Winn taahfer of the above-named
Hank do aolemnly awear that the above atate-
ment la true to the beat of my knowledge and !
lief ao help me God.
Hugh C. Winn. Caihler
Subscribe.) and aworn to before me thla Zlat
day of Sept.. 10.
II. N. Lawson. Notary Public.
I. N. Edwakds
L. S. Edwahos
. W. J. LltHM AH. Director..
9-M-0 it ' .
Mim. Hen and Mm V'rank Smith
iiml children were Tuesday evening
callria at the Mre Jennie llootho
home olso'at Mrs. Jim lloivard'a nnd
Mra. Charley Howard's.
Manley Uoothe spout Sunday with
KraMk Kycrt ni.ar Uuck Pond.
MIhm JlatT Shlnner called on J. A.
Shlnner mid ramlly on their way to
I.nlCemp where ahe will teach tho
comliiK school year.
Irvln ounK mid family apent Sun-
day with his mother Mra. Dcbblo
Velvln Smith has been loorl
thrnateued with tvpold fever nnd has
been uunbnlu to nttentl achool. Ho la
much better nt thlH writing.
Mr. Klirmun has Improved his house
hv nddlmr new weather bonrdlm; and
. palnL Ho l a npw comer liavlni;
t.i.ji OUKlt tno ai-iidy property. bettor
I.Z85.78 known ns the Jenks place.
1.000.00 1 Mrs. Jamea HitKnii has been helpiuir
niLml'"'r mother Mra. Jennie Uoothe cook
.jj.aww nr 11)0 iroom corn tiipoiM. Thoy
MO.OO rtnlCHlied the flint iiulllnu on the
None Kr.mk Cone place Thursday havlnx
isiiri been nt tt n week. Hands are very
12S.8& Frank Smith has been making snv.
SlO.tS eral trlpa to Knowles. Mrs. Smith
spent Thursday with her sister Mra
ias.4SI.34. Dorcas Smith
Juanltn llncnn helped her aunt
'Mrs. II. II. Martin. Friday eveiilmt
xio.wjo.qo nI1j Saturday mornliiK.
The lied uross clases in Homo
Care of tho Sick are still In proRicss.
More should nttend as It Is very
helpful and the nurse. Miss Leonard.
j Klves some very IntereslluK as well
1 774 29 i as Instructive tnlks
Two AiNo. 1- Milk' Cows for
sale. A. C. Hill Beaver Okla
Tho. P. llraldwiiL Thoa..C. Braldwood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
Prompt Accurate and -Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
Oar schools arc atnrting out very
auspiciously. Wc hoar nothing but
prnlsp of Its' new ninrtnkcment.
J. 8. Donovnn's hnby Is lit of
typhoid fovcr at the homo of the
Itcvcrcnd Kroeker whrro tho Don
ovan's tiro vlaltlnc.
Several new luildencos aro Rolng
up In our little vlllanc.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Dlrdsall nnd
babv daughter of Qarbrr Colorado
are 'visiting Mrs Ulrdsall's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbertson and oth-
er friends In Kollett.
Oscar Forshce returned homo
from hlb' outing last week and has
taken a position In the Quy Fore-
man barber shop.
Ilcv. H. Ilradford of Ivanhoc was
transacting business In Kollett Sat-
urday. Last night was "Institute night"
In the ICpworth League. Misses
Maithn Freeman and Elsie' Hussell
gave Interesting reports of tho con
vention nt Waynoka which they
nttemled as delegates' from tho Fol-
lett Epworth League.
Miss Lcola who la In last year
of high school at Shattuck came
home Friday nnd visited tinUl Sun-
Lysle nnd Iloy Nnglc are attend-
ing school at Canadian Texan.
Or. Matthews nnd family leave
today for their former homo at
Mr. L. K. Ellison and family are
nt home after a month's visit with
friends 'In Kansas' and Colorado
We iiru bnvluic beautiful fall weath
er mid tlu crops aru Krowlm and
k nave had no mall ou the Mute
the past three day as our cnrrler
ill Suiter Is sick.
In Knup and family were out
fni'ii limn Sunday.
Mrs. Charley Korthals left Sunday
for imkiiiiiit for a visit with her
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Hedlmer spent the
di. .. .tun KoltlllllK
Mrs. I. on llrov.ii spent Sunday at
M rfoit bals.
Iloy Ilradford has mined back on
l.'rt.ult nml Alvfin llllilorhmtiil Hlliilit
Sunday with Harold llioendyke onM
Harry (Jlbbs went to Fortran for re-
paurt lor his binder tho hitter part of
Mr. and Mrs. a. I. Hllderbrnnd spent
Si....... iriuniK nt the t-iauk Drum
Mr. and Mrs. A C. Dudley spent
Suiiilny eve at Art llroendyke's.
A. c. Dudley spent the evening; Fri-
day al Hllderbraud's hcurlmi their
now records on the phonograph.
iit'ST what s 1 1 1 : m:i:di:
"I u Bed a bottlo of Chninborhiln's
Tablets Borne time ago nnd -thoy
proved to bo Just what I needed"
writes Mrs. Voltn Ilanksln Chilli
cothe Mo. "They not only rellovod
niu of Indigestion but toned up my
liver and rid mo of backacho nnd
dizziness that I had been subject to
for soino lime. They did mo a
world of good and I will always
speak a good word for. them."
I. A. I. ITKMt
The fall term nt 1". A. I. opened
Septenibcr sixth with tho most prom-
ising beKliinliiK of any year diirlnir
Its history. At present the total en-
rollment Is two hundred twenty-two
and reservations for rooms are still
We expect to have a new adminis-
tration bulldltiK which is to be the
home of the Junior Colleee. we hope
to have In the near future.
Soveral states besides Oklahoma
are represented In school. We have
students from Florida Colorado Now
Mexico l.aansas Texas anil Mis-
souri. Miss Kblln our Kxprcsslon teach-
er. Is from Indiana.
The faculty consists or tho rollow-
Init members: (1. A. Coffey president;
J. O. Davis secretary J. O. Hautr
.Manual Train nit; It. F. tihirrict.
Science; It. C. Shlfflott AKrlouIturo
BIG JO Lumber Co.
W. S. MORGAN Manager
ft Will Pay You to
Before Yovi Biy
Complete Stock of
How's This ?
We offer 1100.00 tor any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALL'S
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tk-
en Internally and acta throurh the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Sold by drunlsts for over forty years.
Price 76c Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney Co. Toledo Ohio.
CHA.MHKItLAI.VS COLIC AXI)
. JIIAItltllOKA ItKMKDV IX
Mrs. A. H. Hall Cafevllle. Mich.
says "I wish to thank you for your
grand good medicine Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Ilemedyv We
are ncvor without It In the houso
nnd I. am sure It saved our baby's
me i ins summer."
Mrs Mary Carrlngton Casevllle
Mich. says. "I have used nhnmlmr.
Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy
for years and It has .always given
prompt relief." " s
THK llltST. AIIVKUTIHKMKXT
'Sen me for The Singer Machine
J. O. JUDD Jr.. Agent
7-8 tf Heaver Oklahoma
After you eat always take
WA (. TOR YOUR AaP-STOMACg)
lnr.antly relieves Heartburn Bloat
ed Gassy Feeling. Stops food Bourinrj-
repeating and all stomach miseries.
Aldi diititU and asaetlte. Keepi tomicb
sweetaad stronr. lacreaMs Vlubty and I'ep.
EATONIO It tbe hett remedr. Teai of thon
sands wonderfully benefited. Onlycoitsaceot
ortwoa diytsuiolt. PMltlvelyeur.nuitied
to plea'e or wa will refund mcacy. Cot a blc
tox today You will see
DAVIS DltUG CO.. ntjvcr OIiU.
UAIS-SMITII DRUG CO.. Totixn 0V
The best advertisement any mer-
chant can liavo Is a satisfied cus-
tomer. No greater recommenda
tion can bo Riven an article than
ths following by E. II. Mllburn
Prop of Gulon DrtiK Store Culon.
Ark. "We have sold Chamberlain's
Cough itemed) for years and have
always found that It elves perfect
Young men and young women
over sixteen can graduate at Spring-
field Business college and take- good
situations with a guaranteed salary
of $75 to $120 a month. A beau-
tiful catalogue free.
NOTICE OF SALK PP HEAL ESTATE
la the Matter of the ElUte of Lode ma J llrown
and Eunice Brown Minora:
Notice la hereby given in pursuance of an order
of the County Court of the County ef Beaver
State ef Oklahoma made on the 18th day of
March 1020 the undtralined Ms-caret L. Brown
Cuardian ef the Estate of Lodeme J Brown and
Eunice Brown minora will aall at Private Sale to
the hlsheat bidder1 aubject totconflrmatlon by raid
Court on or alter Saturday! the 2Sth day Jot Sep
tember. A. O.. 1920 at 10 o'clock a m. all the
right title and Intereat of aald Lodema J. Brown
and Eunice Brown minora. In and tothefollowlnif
deacrlbed real eatate altuate in Beaver County.
State of Oklahoma' to-wit;
The North Half of the Southeaat Quarter of
Sectjon Thlrty-Ono In Townahlu Six North of
Ranice Twenty-Four E. C. M.
Said real eatabi will be aold on the following
teima and editions to-wit; C-iih In hand
Illda for the purchaao thereof must be In writing
aod must be filed In the County Court of de
lirered to the undersigned at luruan Oklahoma
or to LooflKMirrow & Iofbourrow at Heaver
Dated the "th day of September. 1920. )
MAUCtltET L. UIIOWN
9-0 0-23 3t
O VT. Conner whs buylinr' onttle In
these parts last week.
Henry Itelumeuth nnif wife and
dauifhter .Mrs. I. I'. IlaBKerley and
?Ir"' L: '- "at-irerley went to I-'organ
l'ist Thursday to haavo dentnl work
Mr1- !!enry lrum Is visiting her
so- I. E. Drum and fninllv.
School begins nt 1S1 tills Monday.
Hi'in inner zu with llalph Weir :ih
The mnnv friends of Mrs. T. H.
Punnoll gave her a surprise Inst
Thursday. Thoy had a fine dinner
mm u jolly cooil tlino.
Mrs. Jennie Uoothe and Mrs. OUIo
UaKtin of the Twin Mound neighbor-
hood visited nt the C U. Ilaggerley
'I'hern was a larire crowd nt II J
uass at tho broncho riding Sunday.
AH tho farmer are nreimrlili' .wheat
Misses Ktnel and Allco Ilrldces and
Luelle Kpbcrt visited home folks Sat-
urday returning to Heaver Sunday.
l'hll Hubert was ' qulto sick Inst
week but he Is better at present.
Mrs. Oraace Hullln Is on tho alclt
I'hll Egbert and son Harold went
to Heaver Sunday returning Monday
wi'i new sorghum mill.
Walter Ever reutrned from his
Colorado trip last Thursday morning.
Wiley Hendricks anu ramiiy visited
at the- It. A. Spraague home Sunday
Mrs. Hampton History ami English.
Miss Nance. Homo Economics; Miss
Eliliu. Expression V C. t'ouslns.
Music I'hronlc t'ouslns Tencher
Triilnln Department; nnd Mrs. 11. A.
Coney matron. f
The chautaunua In floodwell for
five days was well attended
Tho foot ball boys aro getting up a
strong team nnd hope to play sonio
matched Knmes soon.
i The practice Biime among me nnyn
of the tennis which was played Sep-
tember lith was real thrilling.
Tho girls' basket ball Kiime with
Tcxhoma Krlday lilKht was he be-
Klnnlni; t a vlctoilous year for our
team the score being i2. to 6.
.fi.A u....i.r i-Iiium Im u'firUliiir illllaent
ly. but has not forgotten the social
side of life and Is going to entertain
the' Sophoinofl'S next Saturday by go-
Inir on a picnic. ....
The Earlene L.iiernrv noeieiy nn
ii-iin iih work and hns many new
members who have taluiit.
The Heaver 'county students i have
organised their club and the following
are officers: Essie Strickland presi-
dent; Lucy Sutherland vice-president:
Isaac O'Neal secretary and treasurer.
Mr. Coffey has ordered material for
a new greenhouse. .
A new electric washer has been
purchased for the laundry.
The Home Economics Department
has two now sewing ntachlnes.
There are an siuunun n-i .....
... i)..i.llrt Mdihnnl nnened HcDtcmber
6th. One of the teachers. Miss lles-
sle Hennett. Is a former teacher of
Heaver couniy. nKrOUT.EIt.
Will Meeker owner of The Heaver
Store and Mrs. Meeker wore here
yesterday from their home at May
on businss matters.
(Too late for last week)
Sept. 13. Fine since tho recent
Crops damaged by the hall Btorm
of last week are thoso of D. S.
Best. T. It. Laubban W. E. Cad-
berry. J. M. Girrord Fred Miller
and J. B Dull It takes courage
to face life with n smile nfter
seeing the frulls of a whole sum
mer h labor destroyed In ono short
Mr. O. A. Crump sold his general
6tore to a Mr. I'ortcr of Kansas
Saturday. Mr. Crump has' a host
if friends who rcKret to see him
go .out of business and wo are
convinced that O. A. rather regrets
tho salo himself.
The Farmers Produce will ulso
change hands the first of next
month. Mr. Tom Davis having sold
Guardian to Mr. H. E Worshatn. No danger
Elbert Cllft and daughter Miss
Dorothv. returned last week from
a trip through Yellpwslno Park.
It. S. Smeddlcy f Forgun was
a Beaver business caller Tuesday.
J. C. Strickland of Forgnn trans-
acted business here Tuesday.
E. D. Humphrey was confined to
hU home by an attack of tonsll-
Itls. He Is recovered at this time.
For Sale by
WM. MEEKER CO.
L. S. MUNSELL M. D.
Calls answered promply
by aotomebile to all parts of
Come to me for Glasses
We are prepared to serve you
and will appreciate your pa-
tronage. Get our prices.
J. S. NEAD0R Local Manager
EYER.DALE Stock Farm
The Home of
- -REBISTEREI "HEREFOM
HerdVof Select Cows
BEAU GAV 3d and CORTELYOU
No. 428490 Nl 601773
Choice Stock for Salu Iiixpeutton and Correal denco Invited
CHAS EYER Prop R'verslde. ' a. RFD
DR. EARL T: DAVIS
Located first room upstairs over
Deavor Mercantile. Phono 62.
DICKSON & DICKSON
Butter Lard Pickles Cheese
Vegetables Fish and Oysters
i Everything Clean and Sanitary;
Chy Market '
W. G. STRANATHAN Prop.
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