The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1921 Page: 2 of 4
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The Beaver Herald
HAUOE 0. THOU AS - - Publlther.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
CONOIIKSS GOES TO HAT TO AID
KAItM AND IjAHOH
fnlflll Campaign Plte by HhuU
ling oil Immigration am
landing Crop Jloncy.
ncued elm nU nutter.
(By Snoll Smith)
Washington. loc Without an In-
i slant of delay the Republican Con-
fr4aitfcputtrtt Btr Otlibcmi grers hag begun tho work of re
deeming campaign pledges by the
enactment of legislation to remedy
Adverting t made known npon tW b'rohl B.b5 daring the
application. rncrs rcaionauie. i present administration.
'k.Wi-lnflnn Price. S2.00 Veer ne the first thll
thtnes found br Treasury to do the one thine which
the anions when they returned to would give Immediate relief to the
Washington for the last session ! Tannine communities. A bill wa
the league of nations Issue which Loitn.w
turned out to be "great" for the
Republican and "solemn" for the J1'- Frlnd Kra'1h ni1 other
n.' r " .Lr ni-i L.-.. whose aaraes we did not larn are
Democrats. In October Dial wrote holding a revival at Independence
tho president another letter Indi- church ibis week or longer Servi.es
eating that the bottom was falling 1?.rj J ! 0e9.k-. e J v
out of farm prices and that the u?Su"BdV " l ' S"ndar Schocl
order be rescinded. Rut the presl- Frank Wheeler went to Forga-
dent was too absorbed In noting Tujy on uin.
whether Governor Cox of lamented nt Strickland is on the at-k
memory had sllppei! up In his al-' Ilalph Dletrick Is Improving and ex.
lcglancp to the league to pay at- Pta to eit up In a few ia
tentlon to agricultural values. I t.J'Jf.EhiJl ind.lSfr ur'h: w''
an h. . ...i- . r ' " finished In this community it a
Ho when tho senate met the Re- few more day
publican leaders determined to com-' Mrs. Frank Whleer received a tele
pel by law the Secretary of the ?.'"?. of..ne .d6th f her brotht r. J
Trf i H .i. - .hi- Lwi-iflW I Miami. Oklahoma He
wam ecuor oi the Miami Ilepubllcan
. 9 J
I'AIUI IIUKI.AL' NHWtf
y Count) Agcrr W. II Hanley-.
the CCth Congress was a scriousl
threatening industrial depression.
This bad been promised In tbc last
months of 1913 and the first month
of 1914 after the protective tariff
schedule of the Taft administra-
tion had been superseded by the
tarlff-for-rcvcnue-only basis of th-
I'nderwood law. and soup kltchns
J for the unemployed had been es
tablished In New York and Chicago
Rut the war came making Imports
inpoMiuic ana creating tne creaiest
- demand In our history for our ox
i ports During tho calendar year
11918 our exports amounted to J2.-
484.018292 and those of Ureal
Hrltftln to f3.089.8S3.llC. During
1919. whon Groat lirllaln was still
importing eight billions In raw ma-
terials with which to supply her
manufacturers our exports were
Arthur Capper United Slate Hen
rftor from Kansas says: "P-ogre
'vc fanner even where are appreci
sting more and mor tho necessity i7.920.42G.990 and hers were 14.-
f orpnltatlon and cooperative f- css.311.52fc. In the first eight
fort In advances tho intwt-its of months of 1?20. however our ox-
aKrirulture. Every other Important po.u were $5478300728 and
ndMstry has an otreney through Oraat Britain's wore 15.143549831
irhl.-h It works It Is the duly of large prportlon of which came to
very farmer and produr r who al the United State. No protectlvo
h...rt tho Interest of his calling to uriff barrier had been raised to
Nolato nlmMlf rtii'i m organisa- withstand tho trade Invasion and
tn m having such a purree." hrn Congress assembled two mll-
The farm Bureau Is gaining in lions of wage earners were out of
popularity every daj nd farmer et.pioymnt throughout the coun-
try whoro ar oucoralng win- try. Katorlcs had shut down In
vin.od that It In th ono or(nlra-1 orory HMiilon. Values had dropned
non upon wnicn agnruiiuro rm a
whole can stand. I.att Krlday nlul.t
I had the ploasuro of attendlnc a
Farm Bureau motint Just over the
out of commodities.
At the same time that such a
vast number were out of employ
ment anu serious suiterinc was
lififf in Tnvafl rnflntv am I liaar.1 . ....n-.t .i..i .. .. .
-Ji'rras by V. 8. Modulus of Wch- 000 foreigners were coming to our
La organizer for the Wheat Oiow-' liores oiory month aggregating
era' Association In which lie n.ild I moro than a million and a half a
that the wheat growers as wirjl .is year and attaining the highest im-
iill other farmer organizations' migration figures in our history
looked upon tho Farm Uureuti as 'These came ror employment and to
thflr "big brother" heini; able to do I compete with tho two millions of
'or Ihom what thoy could not do American wage earners out of
'or tlumselves. I realize- that auniu work So tho Republican loadors
are becoming Imp Unit and wantlln the house Uiought of but ono
to organize at once and j H as I go sure and safe romedy to shut off
i-nout over the county I find men'8" ImmlgrUIon until the country
every nay who nnye nesr heard oficouw again right Itsolf Industrially
Ihr Farm Uurcau and an I havi R.iiii
beforo this' Is nn time to nuh Into
an thing blindly bu- you should
study o;or this mailer and dlftciun
It w Ith your neighbor ami obtain
all of tho Information inn r.ii n.i
.hen tho time comus to organlzoj
The roult was tho passngo by the
house within one weok after con-
vening ol a hill shutting off new-
comers' for a period of ono year.
Kitpruccnlatlvo Simeon D. Fcss
ohalrman of the Republican con-
gressional committee summed up
be roady to make Ilonvnr mimivitho argument when ho said:
100 per cent. "If I vote to put up tho bars In
If ou know of .a farmer In tho "l0 form of Protection against tho
rounty that doea not know of thp ' ITortucte of Ruropcan labor. I must
Farm Huieaii nnd Is Interested drop aso voto to nrovent European labor
mo a card with his namo nnd an fr"m cor"ln? Iluri-'- To do ono nnd
many more nc you aire to send not do tne otlor s inconsistent
and I will mall him nt nnr.. m.. Wo "ut " eal with the antl-
fnformntlon on this most imnnrium tovcrnmoni movomont which has
matter. been coming to
Now Is tho lime to kill grass-
""''i'"1" i.-ury larmor snoilld seo
that every fence row and grass plot i'"1 up llw bi "S"'""1?
n hlu farm I burned off before lnflux tof tM "'M1rnb
warm weather. Ymi ran nn i...
toppers with ono match now than
with several dollars worth or pol-
wn ;iwtt summer.
our country broucht
by men who know not our lustltu-
Inns-. we can not do less than
irom Kurope nnd whon wo do
that wo bhnll make moro offcctlve
tbe deportnllon art. Tho big tiling
In America Is not business. Tho
Mr thing Is the maintenance of tho
f ndamcntal Institutions of Amor-l-i.
Whatever be tho value of 1m-
i. Igratlon. wo can not allow furth-
c. admission of tho elements an-
'.nzonlstic to Amjrlcpii Idealu prln
'pies nnd Institutions."
'Wo liavo toilay In this countrJ."
Itupreentatlve Campbell of
Mis. D. J. Howard was born
flecembM 2. 1851. passed from
otath unto Ilfo Doeembnr 91 ton
Three nionthn m-n h .' ". m
suipner In sowrch of health but Kansas chairman of the committee
ooii whose ways are mysterious "n rules "the highest standard of
nu past finding out willed It olh- !!v(ng In the world and tho highest
?IW .an noDle woman waa uta'e of wages In the world. We
'en irom u life of sorrow to a 'hare the host pportunltles In tho
f i" i DeJ"m'1- lwM nnd for thee roasons there
a husband two daughters and ' tlnmo from all countrlnr who
..- iiw n ion io mourn their n anxious to come hero to nartlcl-
inmpm'cr.m were sent to her ttt in I the benefits to bo found
e. Wo mtii! Immediately take
tb'ldren Om danghtr and four
iiother be'o.. Death's messenger
d lw- n there. Sorrow and caro
sa-l hh chanced thi dear old face.
n waa peaesful and in death the
He robe form a fit amblem of
r pur- beautiful life. Mrs Jluw-
i "'' w" !lftl f"m a Christian
-ally and through tte hmmI sud
"i triuK urine of III.- clung Io
?'! Se.rlour . n grwiitsi lie). jn
'im or netl.
KarewaJl dear mother w. Khali
l1h"UL ytuT Jcnr w nif
Th- Bto-ntl Doom nave eiouii kf-
ir v.tt Hbilo w are lert In zmI-
'Vttirds fail in do tnniu-a i.. n.i.
oble woman of Qod M--- nu
laurel wrueth of victory over cloath
ip lieri. to (.- in the prewvneo
jr h-i God for Ura avartastlng.
May hw ehlldrsii emulnte her vlr-
acs and following In liar footBtuna
" " "ayer of one who waa hfrr
fr Il aven
I could tint
.mil to a iM.id of. i-mi
.rewell rlur ehll1rn.
Blltih ivmw t..
' t.trvA num. whrre ud binds up Hi
"ii inwt mi dour ihlldren where w
fhnll D' part
v. n- r( tear do nal tjon
llillh tlAVi f nteM.a
M i-t in.- up then- in
. nulltiK imkii. fully nn jHU- Uranui
i. . '" """ rl" storm
I ini imfe - tlm ha-n. .. i
Mill II OlttRWOI.r)
'H.-ip)u-Iiilii'c Ciiiigil Remedy
XhU is a yJcntanl nafo and ro-HiiliK-
iiidilicliu for coughs nnd
coldx It bus heoti In uo for many
ycarH nnd Is held in high estcom
lu thosv households where It h good i in
ilualltleR arc bust known.
.te-ps that are neceary to main
aln our standards of living and
rages for the American people
.aid to maintain the opportunities
".-.i are here for the ambitious
unlh of the country."
Helping IIiiiiiI to 1'nnners
At tho moment that this aid to
. nor uh being extended In tho
iine the Kepubllcnn loadors In
. Sennto were hurrying to the
j!d of (ho farmers suffering from
ci paralloled distress on account of
th- Ir Inability to dispose of corn
: tat cotton livestock and othor
o trtoilltlea nt prices high enough
-o pay the cm of production. It
pointed out that the pcoplo of
Bu.'ipe nro lu diie need of Amort-
- I'ami products hut nro unnblo
i lurrhnse them because of exist-
.ig rinanclal conditions there and
that the War Finance Corporation
. t.iblialied for the purpose of ns
' Mrur. In tho oxportntlon and fln-
i.iclng of those products had boon
"uspaded Inst May by order of tlm
&..-riary of tho Treasury nnd that
llio Fedeinl Reserve Hoard under
bis Jurisdiction hud refused nor.
.. Isilon to Ha bnko throughout tho
n-nt v to nsrist tho fnrmora by
'ending tliom money so that their
.opu might bo held for bettor
C'namr Dial of South Carolina
i"-;f'eit In tho sonato thnt ho
.' -d v. a nn appeal to the Secre-
i' ; of the Treasury that ho rosclnd
irdi su8potuling tho War Fin-
ne Corporation so that the farm-
- ii a:id planters might pot bo un-
. th u"ccslt or sustaining such
i 'osu Tho secrotury refused.
When wheat hnd gonu down 60
c. uu & bushel nnd cotton had fnl-
1m off 8 cents a pound ho Sonator
8iu-.mons of North Carolina and
Senator FUtcher of Florida. Jolnod
a ii'itcr to tho president In
pained reviving tho War Finance
Corporation And In the same bill
tho Federal Reserve Board is di-
rected to permit the member banks
of the Federal Reserve System to
grant liberal extensions of credit
to the farmers of the country upon
tho security of the agricultural
products now held by them by the
re-discounting of such notes of ex-
tension at the lowest possible rate
"Last year." said Senator Capper
of Kansas "we were all alarmed
lest tho farmers could not produce
food for us. The farmers were
short on capital. They needed credit
urgently The financial powers
saw to it that credit was trans
ferred to the producing country
for they feared that otherwise there
might be a scarclt of food and that
torror and anarchy would breed
from hunger. The farmers too
this credit to run their business.
They accepted the steadily declining
markets as inevitable asking only
that the decline bo kept in just
proportion to the decline In other
commodities. But with the gath
ering In of the greatest harvest he
country has ever known the finan
rial powers Inaugurated an entirely
different policy. The country bank
ers began hammering the farmers.
These banks could not help It.
runner up tne city banks ne-e
hammering them. Further up the
reserve banks were hammering and
further up the powers that control
credit wero hammering. From June
1 to December 1 No. 2 mixed corn
tho grade on which corn trading
lw based slumped 70 per cent or
from $1.90 a bushel to CO cents
n bushel In Kansas City and 30
cents a bushel at country shipping
Wnsle Xo Time in Tnlk.
With Its accustomed celerity the
Republican Congress has continued
to provo Its determination to waste
no time In talk but meet every
need of the country as quickly as
It may arlM!. Thus In the last few
days It has
Passed In tho House an emerg-
ency tariff bill for the benefit of
tho farmers of tho entire country.
so that their crops may be freed
trom foreign competition.
The tariff benefits meted out to
the farmers are Included In a bill
reported by Representative Fordney
chairman of the committee on ways
and means which for ten months
places upon foreign staples that
might bring competition the follow-
Wheat. 30 cents per bushel.
wheat flour 20 cents ad. valorem.
Corn. 15 cents per bushel.
Hearts 2 cents per pound.
Peanuts 3 cents per pound.
Potatoes 25 cents per bushel.
Onions. 40 cents per bushel.
Rice 2 cents per pound.
Lemons 1 4 cents per pound.
Cottonseed cocoanut and soya
oils 20 cents per gallon.
Cattle 30 per cent nd valorem.
Sheep $2 per head.
Fresh mutton and lamb 2
sont per pound.
Unwashed wool 15 cents per
Washed wool 30 cents per pound.
Protection Is for AH
Democrats in tho house set up
the old contention that protection
means high prices. They wero ans-
wered by the Republican statement
that the lack of protection means
Idle Industries unemployment and
Inck of money to pay for either
labor or goods. Representative
Ralney of Illinois' ranking Demo
crat on the ways and moans com-
mittoe recalled tho controversy ov-
er tho passago of tho Payne-Aldrlch
law Ho did not refer to the
promises of price reduction which
brought on Republican defeat or
that prices nro now three tlmos
what thoy were when he and his
fellow Democrats In the houso
promised to bring them down.
It was also pointed out by tho
Domocrats that our allies In tho
war would be unable to pay the
HO 000 000000 thoy owo us un-
less1 wo pormlttcd them to find a
roady market for their goods hero.
To this "Nick" Longworth of Ohio
retorted that ho would sacniflco
overy cent of that sum rather than
sacrifice our Industrial Independ-
ent. Tho Republican majority
took tho vlow' that It was much
belter thnt tho farmers of tho na-
tion be protected In their prosperity
than that Europo bo looked after
When you have a severe head-
ache a disordered stomach and
constipation take three of Cham-
berlain's Tablets. They will correct
the disorders of the liver and bow-
els effectually curing the headache.
HICH KCIIOOI. MITKS
KtltlnA Vnprf nnnflp
We are glad to report all students
" o ncnooi alter Ihe holidays anil
two new members of the Freshmen
ah came iraeK. rested and eaper
u minw our Kcnool work and with
a Jew 1 ear's resolve to do more an .
ueiier vi ctrK.
The two literary societies are u
and going again."
The school waa very pleasantl ci
tertalned lait Thursday ofterr joi t
the Spartan Literary mi ty h h
rendered an excellent program
The Athenian society will g vc
their projctRin at the appointed t i.c
Tnurnday tltternoon. Jan. II
The school la progressing- nic 1 Ir
vocal music and a lloys' G!ct i 11
has been organized and have be .
ine boys made their firt a. ..-trance
at tb Parent-Teach' r An i-
tlon Friday evening. Jan th ar.d the
envoi is very proud of the showing
The next lyceum number will be
given Jan. 1. Don't forget the dote
The sympathy of the entire ms.ol
goes out to Prof. Andrew in his be-
reavement for the death of his moth-
er The semonter examinations will be
given next week.
The majority of the students are
ver Lueliy engaged In note book
work. Unletting the first eemester
Senior Clnn .Nntre
School work In In good progre--now
after the vacation and v.c a -e
getting ready for. or endeavoring t .
make grades that will exempt us
frn-n the semester examination
e are glad to report that in t: c
henlor claw the attendan. c f. r t- -j
nix week has been perfect fu far
One day berore acatlon the Don-pi.
tic bclence class served the Senior
class a two course lunchon that a
appreciated very much.
The long looked for rli ci can-
the other day and we an. Indee
proud of them.
As a Henlor class we wl. to ex-
tond our nympalh to Prof Andrew
in his recent bereavement
This semester will be over and we
shall have new class officers befcre
Wc are very busy now working or
note books nnd book reports for thl
semester ami are Indeed glad that
we have finished the Physics Thome
Kmma Ilennlgh Iteporter
Christmas holidays are over and
WV am hard tit irnrb nn-ln .....1. L
studies. We all enjoyed our two
weeks vacation and have come back
with the Intention of doing better
work than evrr before.
The Friday before vacation the
JiV . . . "eaver ingn entertained
i. mi iuijciiui hi me uioue Theater. A
good time was enjoyed by all
' e reeclvcd the grades in American
HJftory of' the test we had taken
be Tore vacation. Most of the grades
were very good Indeed.
Hugh Thomas Is back In school
agsln after several days absence.
The pext three weeics will be busy
ones preparing for the mid-year
exams. Those who have an average
of 90 In their subjects will not have
tp take tbe exams.
The members or the Sophomore cla
recolved their class pins Tuosday. We
a" "Mainly proud of them and for
what they signify.
Worth Moore wna nli.n. rnM
school Monday and Tuesday.
Prof. Andrew gave his Latin I clasn
an exam Thursday. w h... .i .. n
...l . -jT - - ---' .
...tiun kuuii KrUUOV.
-ine Hopnomoro class certainly did
enjoy the two weeks vacation. Ilut
we were glad to get back to school
JIIss Qulnn gave the English II
ClaSS A QUlX on "Thn Mnrhnnt r
Venice" last Friday.
We have been working rather hard
since vacation as lillss Qulnn and .Mr
bwcet gave us until last Friday to
get In our Ocometry and History note
The Athenians of tht Sophomor.
class along with the other Athenians
of II. II. 8.. enjoyed the Spartan Llto-
rary program Thursday.
Prof. Andrew was absent from
Latin I-rldiiy and we spent the period
In studying history.
The hophomore class lias heard from
somu of their classmates of last
year. Fannie Pugh and Fern PoumlH
are both teaching school Clara Hen-
"on. J? attending school at Shawnee
"lulw."."e A"ieU Is attending school
at Oklahoma City Pearl Clark. Hoy
lloll and Winona Davis are not In
school at the present tlmo.
Wo the Sonhomore cI.-ihh wish in
extend to Prof. Andrew our most
heartfelt sympathy In tho Iosh of his
-T5 TT- fV7 x raTHA - .
If Your Dealer
Cheap Quality Goods
you could buy just as cheaply from him
as you can by mail. Prices are based on
quality and you pay only for what you
get Pretty pictures and well worded
phrases may sell you the goods butyour
money can buy only so much quality.
Your dealer could probably sell you
the same grade of goods you buy from
a catalog but if you saw it first you
might not consider it worth the price.
Hence he must keep a better quality
and his prices are
ment by trading lo-
cally. It's cheaper
in the long run too.
THE planning and building
of your home is of no
interest whatever to your
neighbor but to you it is a
very important task an
achievement that vou will
want to be able to point to
with pride and say that's MY home!"
Here is ? home that will enable you to do that a
home of which any man could well be proud. It is of
English type with five rooms though from the outside
it appears much larger.
Downstairs are three rooms living room dining
room 2nd kitchen. Upstairs there are two large bed-
rooms each with a roomy closet adjoining. The bath
room is conveniently located and as it is directly oer
the kitchen the same plumbing is permitted for both
.This is .a Trowbridge & Ackerman home being
designed bv those noted New York in-hlwi. a3
this is but one of 200 home designs from which you can make your selection.
Fnrf?.hhewqVay b".UClfuI umeS of. four dilTcrent architectural types-ColonbJ.
".8 &fser1ira)d Southem and ranging in size from three io eight rooS
auw Miunu nt iAJll.ulIUS.
You should have pne of these portfolios to help you in the planninc and
selection of your new home. And ifyou wish we wfll obta n one Fo? m
wmncrJT bmld"fi drMnU nt and sart "3 Mhtefc
Carload of Cement Here Now.
HOME LUMBER 6 SUPPLY CO. J.E. Spurrier Mgr
It Is a j which they urged thnt
favorite with mothurw of young cliil-t lary's order bo rescinded. Thnt
drun as It' contains no opium or wan In August. Tho president was
otlntr hartulltl elms. Try It when at that tlmi- more Intrrcstod In tho
70U huvu need of such n remedy. groat and solemn referendum on 1 1-13 tt
uonsiipaiion or tno Dowels is a
stoppage of tbo sewerago system
uint romorcB wasto maicrial from
tho body. It Is ns necessary thnt
your bowels movo regularly onco
eacu uny io carry on tills wasto
as It Is that tho wasto pipes ot your
homo aro kopt opon and carry off
tho wasto from tbo houso. If you
would enjoy good health keep your
bowels regular by taking Chamber-
Iain's' Tablets whon needed.
SALESMEN WANTED tn uniiM.
umurB lor lubricating oils greases
nnd paints. Salary or Commission
Address Tho Harvey Oil Co. Clove-
iuuu umo. 1.13 itDd.
LOST Botwcon Deaver and the
W. L. Mason farm nntn IneV rni
chain nnd casket lowering strap.
"''iy U; C- Rhon. at Truax-
Walkcr Hardware Store. Deavor.
1'rrn Inn nn Xolea
Ae all enjoyed the two weeks va-
cation hut we are clad to Bet Uaok
Not one of the memlii-rs of the
lTfcshman class were nilsslnc when
tho roll was called tho morning after
vacation. Ilut wo were surprised
when two rtf our old pupils walked In
and also two new ones: (Jail Little
nnd Kuth Cayler.
Our class jilns arrived the other
day nnd nrc very pretty although
some may not admit It ihey think It
Tho Spartan program clven Thurs-
u nun lory KOOU.
Tho Athenians aro preparing a pro-
Br?.'.n f.or h' comlnir Thursday
nearu quite a commotion in
tne sophomore room and dlsciiv..ri
they had Just received their class
pins. Although they are very pretty
thoy aro not as pretty as the Fresh-
Wo tiavr finished readlnir Julius
(Mosar and found It very Intorentlng-
Woi th Considering
Tho question Is not so much how
you contract a cold but how to get
rid of It with tho least loss of tlmo
and Inconvenience. It you will
consider tho experience of othnra
under similar circumstances who
havo hoen most successful In check-
ing thslr colds in their beginning
you will secure a bottle of Cham-
berlain's Cough Itemcdy without
delay and uso It faithfully. There
aro many families who havo usod
this preparation successfully rne
years and hold It In high esteem. I
Liglit Mi k ill
J. B. Couch Mgr.
11 is excellent.
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