The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JANUARY i3 .921
IV. . HOOKER President O. II. CaFKY Acilvo Vlco-Prea.
R A. MAPLE Vice President .
FIRST STATE BANK
Prepared to Extend Every Courtesy Consistent with
Sound Banking. Deposits Guaranteed.
J. C. CAFKY Aaai. Cn&Ulor
C. W. McKEAN Caahter
Best Qualify at Lowest Prices
Be Sure to Bet Our Prices!
ART QUINN'S GROCERY K. of P. Bldg.
J. O. JUDD Jr.
Beaver Forgan or Any Place Day or Night.
At Provost Bros. Garage
Phone 142 Beaver Okla.
i A wedding Now Year's Day of
whldh tlio editor of The Herald
fulled to hear Ju tlmo for publlca-"
tlon last week wiib Hint of William
Mooru son of Mr. and Mrs. L W.
Mooro of lleaver and Miss Pearl
i Cayler daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
' J. W. Caylcr of UiIb place. The
wedding took place at Liberal. Kan-
' sas at which place tnc bride has
been employed In tho S. & S. Bakery
for some tlmo.
I Doth these young peoplo arc well
. known to citizens of Ileavor and of
tins county uotn were euucaieu -.n
tlio schools ol Heaver graduating
from Heaver High. Following
graduation from high school Will-
iam attended Oklahoma University
and completing his last year In that
Institution when the call camo from
Undo Sam for defenders and ho en-
listed without delay. William was
tho first Ueavor county boy to en-
list In tho service of his country.
Ho was In tho navy. Pearl taught
school In this county for sovcral
terms. Sho was one of the coun-
ty's best teachers being capable and
devoted to hr profession. Doth
are excellent young people and have
a host of friends here nnd elso-
wliore to wish them good luck and
all the happiness and prosperity In
the world. Tho Herald Is glad to
' join In best wishes to William and
Tho newly-weds aro living on the
J. W. Cayler farm near Gray.
FINANCIAL HIU'ORT OK HCIIOOIj '
Tho following Is a report of tho
troasuror of Tho Mothers' Club
covering tho school ground work
Cash donations $301.95
Chautauqua board 24212-
Salo of Lumber 20.95
Geo. T. Bally grading $220.00
Goo. T. Bally sand drayogo 43.75
H. L. Potter walks curbing 179.50
J. E. Spurrier cement lumber
E. M. Judd drnyngo 7.25
ON THE "HALF SHELL."
Failure of our print paper to
. arrive this week compels us to
issue on the "half shell" tho
regular story and miscellaneous
section being missing. The
same will appear in regular or-
! der next week (provided print
paper which hus been in transit
by freight since January Gth
arrives in time.)
Prof. Aurtrow received word this
woek of tho death of his uiothor
which occurred at her home at
Eudoru Kansas noar Kansas City.
Prof. Andrew visited his mother
during the holidays. She was ad-
vanced in years and ut tho time he
visited her was In ill health tho
end being expected at any time.
Beaver friends extend sympathy to
Mr. Androw and family in their sorrow.
Funds and labor for tho abovo
work were contributed by the fol-
lowing: $10.00 donations Qulnn
and Flckol Cox-Henry Grain Co.
and Lawson-Shockloy Grain Co.
$5.00 donations F. C. Tracy
Carter Tracy Hardware Co. Tho
Horald V. T. Coles Beaver Hard-
ware Co. Hank of Beaver City Tho
Globe Ed Gardner L. and B. Drug
Co. J. W. Savage Provost Brothers
Garage J. H. Crnbtrce Oklahoma
Mill and Elevator Co. II. H. Loof-
bourrow Mathls Cash Store J. O.
Miles A. J. Pierson J. M. Caten.
Big Jo Lumber Co. Heaver Store
First Natlonnl Hank Probst Grain
Co. P. L. Thomas Jonnlo M. Jones
W. F Carson N. A. Hlco Homo
HEAVER GOES "OVER THE TOP" . Lumber and Supply Co. Ozark
AS USUAL. Hotel Lawson and Parks.
i ' I $4.00 donations Light Grain and
1 A report 'of the Christmas Seal Milling Co.. Truax-Walkar Hard-
Sale of which Mrs-. O. H. Cafky waro Co. Jeffs Place Northwest-
was chairman for neaver county orn Telephone Co.
and Mrs. Annlo L. Jones chairman 1 13.00 donations Crow-Levlck Oil
for tho town of Beaver went "ovoriCo. W. B. Hanley Pnnhandlo De-
tho top" hero as usual. Our' partment Store D M. Kile Sam
quota was 10 centB per capita and ! Meador Wm Caylor.
wo not only made that 100 per cent I $2.50 donations Strnnathan's
but added "almost another 100 per Meat Markot Ed Humphrey Willis
cent on ton of It. What's tho mat-'. Jones A. S. Dickson B. G. Brown
I lor with old Beaver? Nothing! Our.W. S. Morgan.
' ' peoplo aro "there with tho goods' $2.00 donations MrB. Annlo L.
Mr. and Mrs. O H. Cafky and ' when It comes to promoting public I Jones Brooks nnd Gregory. Narrow
tho hi. r ti iiorniH ....-. ni and civic welfare. .Gauge C. A. Christie. Lawson Ab-
rtn nirt ifLTvl.? vrldnv nf last1 In addition to tho sale of seals' Btract oflce E. A. Swlger. Lee Gus-
Zl i .1! J or Jthn xi'n small amounts the following ney. H. D. Pcckham F. P. Tcnney.
week In tho interest of the Near na . u m iwnn inn Knllnll. I. n.
UUOI1ILDO UUUUIU U 1 11LUIUI II1IILII ... w w -.. v. - .
East Belief fund of which Mrs. d 5GOO Uh Don8. Tooker. D. I). Barrow J E. Spur-
Cafky is chairman for Beaver cotin- T Heral( flm nurcilnsori rler. John Webb A. O. Thomas
ly. i no pian oi campaign mi- F c Tracy - Victory Cafe Frank McKtlllps B.
year Is somewhat different than that Tc Frgt NaUonnl Bank. u. stoadman. L. S. Munsoll.
of other campaigns In that funds An QuInn. Grocery. $1.50 donations AV. L. Henson
aro being solicited direct but pledges Truax-Walker Hardwaro Co. J. M. Stevens J. A. Stains J. W.
for tho support of orphans aro bo- j)eaVer Store. Culwell. C. T. McCune S. M. Beece
lng asked. Pledges of $5.00 per Mathls Cash Store. N. B Davis Boss Wright Mrs. II.
month will supply ono starving L & n Drug Co. E. Perkins Milt Harreld J. A. San-
chlld with food until harvest; $10 J 0t Mni3 Orocery. ) ders Dick Kaup H. T. Peckhara It.
por month will supply food and nank of UeavofrCIty'.' ' F." Wells"; Geo. Cntos J. It. Qulnn
clothing and $15.00 per month will -yy. g. Stranathan Market. Dr. Nobell C. T. Gardner Mrs.
provide for food clothing shelter. Carter TracyflHardware Co. i Will Seavcra F. D. Clapper G. W.
medical care and education. Citl- Home Lumber & Supply Co. 1 Altman S. W. Oraco Dr. Davis
jiens of Gate and Knowles received Cox-Henry Grain Co. i E. J. Home. John A. Spohn II. S.
tho message with deep Interest and j a. Sander auctioneer. . Hammond T. P. Uraldwood J. B.
an earnest effort will be made by Light Grain & Milling Co. Couch H. G. Butler Mrs. L. R.
them to careTor as many Btarving Provost Brothers Garage. Brooks. Edith Miles. A. S. Foster
little ones as possible. At Gate the V jonn Goctzlnger R. J. Chilcott L.
work was left in charge of O. O. WELL WIIA'V ABOUT IT? F. Beatty Geo. Hodgson Harry Mc-
Mendouhall Mr. Carter Mrs. W. ! Coy Boguo Hotel Marlon Smith
Foresniau Mrs. Doran and Rov. Sul- If anybody except County Agent Hnrvo Ciossley J. A. Stains W. K.
lens. At Knowles Clyde Lawhead ' Hanley who mentioned tho matter Mann W. V. Hnsford. Mrs. Lauru
J. W. Davis Mr. Dawdy W. A. to us 1b Interested In the organlz- Allman Edith Sloan Pearl Thomp-
BUK OF BEAVER CITY
Your Deposits in this Bank are
By the Depositors' Guaranty Fund
Of the State of Oklahoma
Don't Forget that
GEO. T. BAILEY
Has a Livery Car at Your Service.
Bo Any PlaceBay or Night
Also carry mail to Fcrgan Sunday a. m.
Will call for passengers withiivcity limits
either Beaver or Forgan. Leave Beaver at
5 a. m. Meet Forgan train every night.
Call No. 122 Beaver Okla.
Hickman ilrB. W. A. Hickman and atlon of a Commercial Club here
Mrs. Dr. C. L. Rogers will take care . we havo failed to hear from them
of tho campaign.
Farm Loans Real Estate
See us before you make a Farm Loan. We can get
the money in less time than anv ier company.
W. F. Carson . Company
Insure Your Grain in Stack or Bin
A week or so ago wo published a
longthy nrtlcle on the subjoct urg-
ing that something be done but to
date. If anybody took tho suggestion
seriously they havo been too busy
to air their thoughts at this office.
Wo are Just as convinced as over
that Beaver needs a live commercial
1 organization and Its membership
son. O. D. smitn uiily Htnnoru j.
I. Corbott. J. W. Renfrow E. II.
Gardner H. D. Mccso Wade Loof-
hourrow Sirs. Willis JoncB Mrs. E.
A. Beatty 7. T. Seal. O. P. Smith.
E. M. Judd J. W. Thompson Wm.
McCurdy It. E. Dickson Klean
Kitchen Gilbert Cllft Chas. Miles
Mrs. D. D. Gracy Marie Harris D.
Pearl A. Cates. Mrs. Howard Karnt-s
Mrs. Frank Maple Mrs. H. P. Will-
should comprise not only citizens of nmK. Mrs. Chas. Huehley. Mrs. T
Boavor but of the surrounding ter-i. Floyd J. W. Couch Mrs. J. II.
i rltory as woll. Thoro are many Shoaror Jessie Keith O. F. Pruott
' many things which would come be- chas Hufuloy Mrs. II. C. Rlcheson
lore me organization wiucn woum t. C. Braldwoou Mrs. Gladys Kent
bo of vital interest to the farmer as joe Mecsu Anna Hughes Cliff
well as tho business man and tho
farmers and stockmen should bo
I Identified with tho organization.
Why not get busy and see what
wo can do? By united effort thro
( a well-organlzod Commercial Club
j Beaver could accomplish a wholo
lot. Good roads is the nrst aim
foremost need. Thero are many others-
Under New Management
I. N. EDWARDS President
FRANK FLECK Cashier
We ar$ here to serve you and will glad-
ly extend every courtesy. Come in and
see us. What can we do for you?
MORE RESPOND TO CALL
Our appeal for Central European
Relief last week did not fall on al-
together deaf ears. The past weok
contributions havo been made by
others. Tho contributors to date
The contributions to date aro:
Tho Herald Beaver $25.00
Mrs. Jpnnle Boothe. Logan...... 1.00
Frances Norma Marjorle
Corlnne Gordon and
Winifred Taylor Forglin
n Christmas gift to thorn.. 5.00
I. N. Inch Sedalla Missouri.. 1.00
Miss Anna Hughes Beuvor $ 5.00
Mrs. J. ' A. Lancaster La-
Bunk of Dcuver City- 5.00
Are ther not others who Wish to
contribute. If tho pitiful sum of
$500 would save you one whole
month from stnivutfon. would you
not think your neighbor heartless
and cruel If he refused to give It?
$5.00 will save a starving European
child for a wholo month. Think
of It. What mora could you do with
D A. Catos roturned the past
week from Harper Kunnns Where
ho had been on business matters
While there he closed n doal for the
purchase of a grocery store. It is
In charge of a local managor Mr.
Cates advises ns that bo does not
plan to sever his business connec-
Drum. L. N. Ford
75c donations J A. Miller
50c donations Olllcbellu Floyd
Mr. Schell Jack Darr Miss Wilson.
Maude Stalling A Friend Will
Palmer. Dr. Johnson. Mrs. Doulah
Hall. J O. Judd.
2fic donations Mrs. O. J. Loof-
hourrow E. II. Mansfield J. II.
Tho following men with teams
donated one hard days work to
finish i the Job: W. II Thomas J.
R. Qulnn. J. A. Stains E. M. Judd.
W. H Llvergood Chas. Stains. Hrtr-
vey Ivcb J. H. Crabtrce W. K.
Mann. B. R. Stedman. F. D. Wilson.
W. B. Hanley. Bill Henry G. H.
Wright Harry N!lcs
E. L. Flckol and M. C Green do-
nated one-half days work.
Wo wish to express our thank
to nil who so kindly assisted in
tills matter either by work or cash
or both. Tlio Bcbool grounds havo
been placed In cxcollont condition
of .which wo are proud and which
would have been impossible without
tho excellent co-operation and lib-
oral donations of tlmo and labor
Mrs. F. C. Tracy
Socrotary of Mothorn Club.
X)UNTY AHHESSOR WILL HTART
Couuty Assessor J. W. Renfrow
with Walter Murray nnd F. S. Mc-
(X)JIR IN AND KVlAHK UP
This otffci) would appreciate it
very much It those who aru uwlne
ub on subscription would ' arranga
to come In and Miuarc tin their
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Kay ns OHSistanto will start work . .... 'w. . ...
Monday taking the personal assess- L'"''.''0 "'L"' fn
ment of Beaver county for the . . 1( .
t .Into mill ' t-k . .v ....... uui a.uvvii.c...o w
those who are In arrears. Wa
year 1921. Their first' uato win
bo at Gate whore they will ru
nnl -nn.inVv 17.h i 1 R.h TI...V M11 d S0 J'"" 00n We CAtt
5SHJ.Bn.l?r?-I.'l? ""A.18.1-. T'iget to It but. if In the meantime you
Will i;u ill jiiuwii;h iui iuv aji.i f .. . .. -. ..i-w ... it
.....i mil ... ... .). ... Hlr-all 'n "" wany aru doing now. It
and 20th to Mocano the Jlst and '. Vi. ' u. .?.. '
to Forgun the 21st and 22d.
i would savtt us that trouble and
I nxpeuse aril
.vo certainly would
It Is h small matter
n i. r..... i. i nppreclute It
thJlccnV clerks' office tcek J yl . to tlUsoff which haj
with a view to qualifying as a " '".f "r1 aZ
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CASH HARDWARE and FHRtllTUKE
THE K. At O.-ltAlLROAI) 1IIULU-IN'S
Work on the K. & O. railroad
out of Forgan ir progressing at a
good rato and it begliiH tji look
like real business. Steel Is being
laid and thd road-bod graded and
leyoled In good shape. The Herald
has felt all along that tho road
would be n "go" but wo must con-
fess (bat It has looked a llttlo
"shaky" at times. Wo nro glad
to see the renewed effort and ac-
tivity. A connection with thu Rock
Island at Liberal will be a real
benefit to Beaver.
dwards' laiicnal Bank o'f: Booker
Booker Texas !
Capital Stock $25000.00
Surplus Fund $5000.00
I. N. EDWARDS. President
Your Account Appreciated
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