The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 8 of 8
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Whiz! Bang! Boom!
The Biggest and Best
Attraction of the Season
October 7 -8 -9 '20
Carnival Ball .Games Aeroplane
Big Premium List
Live Stock Show
Write For Premium List
Beaver County Fait
Address FAIR ASSOCIATION
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'or farm engines tractors and
easy starting ignition on Ford's
'pHERE'S a fresh snap and go
a swifter more vigorous kick to
the piston the instant you hook a
Columbia Hot Shot Dry Hattery to
your gasoline engine.
BEAVER AUTO SALES CO. Beaver. Okla.
D. M. KILE MACHINE SHOP Zl GARAGE Beaver.
BALKO MACHINE SHOP Balko. Okla.
LONG EL LAWSON. ForUan Okla.
YOAKUM IIDWE. CO. Fortfan Okla.
TEMPLE AUTO CO. Gale Okla.
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I VAVT TOirRISTJJ CO T'ifJtmJGH.
I Hearer roems'lo bo on a popular
tourist highway Judging from the
i number of tourist cars which pans
j through hero. There has" been an
unusually large number of such cars
here the past season scarcely n
day passing thai one or more nuch
' cars do not come this way and very
1 often they make this the night
I stop Denver fcftould entuurage this
traffic for aside from the trade It
brings to th town. It gives us wide.
j publicity to hive people from all
1 parts of tho country see our county
I and its man..1 resources. There Is
one thing wc should bear In mind
though nnd that Is that the sort of
publicity we gel greatly depends
upon ourselves. Oifr streets and
the roads leading to Heaver rbptilrt
bo kept In tho best poisUde repair
for . ere Is nothing that so fav-
orably Impresses a motorist as good
roads and on the other hand
nothing that causes him to con-
' demn a town quicker than to fight
; sand and choppul up strtetu and
roadways. It means a lot to Heaver
to make a favorable Impression on
our visitors. Let's think about tho
R. 0. WRIGHT & SON
Full Line of Accessories
Expert Repair Work
election HAi.ixrrs itKAor
The Herald shop has been busy
tho past week getting out tho bal-
lots for tho November-general elec-
tion. They are all ready. ThW
shop has n habit of doing things
on time. No last minute rush at
this shop. In sizing up the ticket
they look pretty good. Even thofo
under the Democratic emblem aro
not so bad pretty good scouts
all of them and the Republican
ticket It Is Just right. We see no
reason why the conscientious voter
could not support all of them. In
nsmuch as tho Republicans have left
two blanks on the ticket puttlug
out no candidate for county Judge
or for court clerk It looks like the
remainder of tho ticket waa en-
titled to liberal support. This coun-
ty is conceded to be Republican
by n safe margin as Is also this
commissioner district. If Democrats
are elected It will be due to Re
publican vote. Why vote against
your party candidate In a single
Instance this year? Every nonv
Inee Is worthy of undivided sup
port. Let's make It unanimous.
MOTH Kits CLUB ENTERTAINS
KOH SCHOOL FACULTY
j One of the most delightful events
of the season was the reception
given at the K. of P. hall Friday
night of last week by tho Mothers'
club for the faculty of Heaver
Tho hall was beauUfully deeor-
! atod with cut flowers ' and potted
plants with bankir of green hero
'and thero to hldo tho less attrac-
tive corners. Many felt and vo
I expressed themselves that they had
never scon the hall so attractive.
A short program was given. In-
strumental music by Misses Edith
.Miles and Lois Qulnn a vocal solo
u$ villi wi lull llllillVBn ui nnwiuu
by tho club president Mr& E. L.
Fickol and response by Supt. A. O.
Andrew together with short talks
by Prof. Sweet Mrs. Sanu Mendor
V. T. Qulnn It II. Loofbourrow
and J. W. C til well occupied the
early part of tho evening followed
by tho geneinl "get-to-gether" in
which all pratlclpated and many
matters of gencia.1 Intoreit to tho
schools wero discussed. Punch and
wafers wero served.
A Single Drv Battery of
3 to 12 Cellpower
Packed with power; cramnud with vital-
ity; chock full of zip a div hatruy im-
provement in energy and lonj; life that
you never believed was possible.
BEAVER 1IDW. a FURN. CO. Beaver Okla.
LONG a LAWSON Beaver. Okla.
E. C. LAWRENCE Forjjan Okla. .
E. A. TUCKER Forrfan Okla.
C. C. RAGSDALE Gray Okla.
G. E. LEGG Logan Okla.
A CLOSE CALL
L. EDrum and Shell Llttlo had
a mighty close call Tuesday night
when their cars tun together In a
head-on-colllslon near the M. C
Green farm. Just .outside of ISeavcr.
Fortunately they escaped Injury
but both cars weio badly wrecked.
Drum was driving an Overland.
Llttlo drove a Ford. Lester Judd
was with Mr. Llttlo. Mr. Drum was
alone. Neither of tho driven) wero
thiown from their car. Lester
Judd was thrown out over and thru
tho windshield. Ho was only
Mlghtly bruised and cut about tbo
faco and hands.
Tho accldont Is said to be duo
to glaring headlights. .Mr. Drum's
car was equipped with dimmer lens.
Mr. Little's car --had no dimmers.
When the collision occurred both
cars wero about In tho center of
the. road. The cars wero badly
wrecked and It will cost nocral
hunched dollars to repair them. It
Is most fortunate that no lives were
lost Tor the condition of tho cars
show that there was n terrific Impact.
Fahncstock Spring Clip Binding Posts on Columbia Cell Xo () Xo Extra Charge
I. S. Drummond returned to his
homo hero last week after an ab-
senco of two weoks during which
tlmo ho vitdted his sons Line at
Norton. Kansas and W. I. rPeto"
at Kansas City. Mr. Drummond
spent two days at tho Soldiers'
Homo at Leavenworth Kansas go-
ing thero with tho thought of re-
maining for a tim) but although
tho surroundings wero beautiful nnd
the conveniences nil that ono could
ask Mr. Drummond did not feel
nt homo and preferred to return
to "thu old camp ground." Heaver
Is glad to welcome him.
Dick Qulnn. Republican wheel-
horse of Heaver county in tne
pioneer days later of Texas coun
ty and who Mill nas time tor mo
0. O. I' though his business nt
pretount Is that of townslto man for
tho new Klngling rntiroou was
hero Monday shaking hands with
old friends and talking politics. Mr.
julnn Is feeling very optimistic
over prospects for Republican vic-
tory In Oklahoma thta year. There
mo a -whole lot of people Demo-
crats as well ns llepubllcans who
feel tho. tlmo has come? for a ohango
and thoy aro going to voto accord-
ingly. Mrs. C E. Plttmnn of Gray w8
n ahoper In tho county teat Monday.
The Levi Hospital
All kinds of Surgery and Eye Ear Nose
and Throat work done
206 North Sherman Si.
Phone 341 Liberal Kansas
Quality Goes ClearThrou$h
No small measure of the satisfactory
performance of the Dort is directly
due to its simple design and accessible
construction. Owners find it so easy
to nake the occasional minor adjust-
ments that the "Dort rarely visits
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PRICES.- Touring C.- $1335; RjalaUr $1035 Foursaason Sidan
11665; Kousaron Coupe $16S5. F O. 9. Factory.
Wira XYlnela and Sparo Fires Extra.
Above prices arc subject to an advance of $50 on Touring Car
and Roadster and $100 on Coupe and Sedan
T. R. Wins
Threaded Rubber Insulation is as
"important to the storage battery as
the tungsten filament is to the elec-
tric light. There are other insula-
tions and other filaments but none
that serve quite so well.
The Still Better Willard Battery
the only one with Threaded Rub-
ber Insulation has been selected
by 152 manufacturers of cars and
m Beaver Battery 6 Electrical Co. JBOL
flk H. N. CROSSLEY Mr. ' ifflF
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