The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 24, 1921 Page: 8 of 8
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Mrs. Pringle Long and daughter Viv-
tnn. who went to Lavpmo wee oeiore
last for a short visit 'returned Monday
! f night ineir remy " "-. - i
" the illncs of Mrs.Lonj; while at La-
. ( vcrnc. .
Miss Maude 0. Thomas returned
from Eldorado. .AJknnsas Monday
..;Rhw Mrs. O. 11. Cafky who 'was
with Miss Thomas was called to Jack-
winville. Illinois by the death of her
There were no services at the Meth-
odist ehurch last Sunday'as Rev. But-
ler is at Bloom. Kansas assisting with
a revival meeting. His pulpit will be
filled next Sunday by his father-in-law
E. K. Sullcns of Bloom.
Mrs. H. G. Butler Mrs. Mayrortcr
J. A. Spohn and Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Barrow drove to Forgan Sunday night
to attend the community meeting be-
ing held by the Nusbaums. They re-
port a fine crowd and great interest.
W. C. Jessee of Supply and Loyd
Laughlin of Arnett are in Beaver this
week in the interest of the U. S. Grain
Growers Association. They are hold-
ing meetings every night at ichool
houses tributary to Heaver and o'-gan
izing the grain growers.
Chas. Hammon who has been with
the A. A. Crossley family neHr Luther
for three months returned to Beaver
Friday night. He was accompanied
by his sister Mrs. A. A. Crossley and
children who will remain here with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Ham-
mon and other relatives for several
(Too 1st for Ust week.)
Nearly everyone in this neighborhood
attended the Big Days in Liberal and
enjoyed the program.
Mr.. R. W. Vogt led prayer Sunday
evening. After the prayer meeting
Bro. Ncff gave a splendid talk on what
the church is doine in regard to Win
One and Stand By campaign. He will
preach at Independence Sunday even-
ing November 27th and every two
weeks for some time.
Mrs. H. E. Board is quito stefc at
Edgar Combs of Dodge City rcturn-
odto his home after a few days visit
with his mother and other relatives.
W. F. Groves returned homo from
Illinois where he has been visiting his
father who has been very sck.
Johnnie Smith has scarlet fever but
is not very sick.
There were sixty-four present at
Snnday School last Sunday. The col-
lection was f4. 40 very good let's do
Mr. and Mrs. Clevcnger were not
out to Sunday School as they were tak-
ing care of Johnnie Smith.
C. B. Evans will lead prayer meeting
next Sunday evening. Large crowds
have been attending these meetings.
Mrs. M. A. Casady is still with her
daughter; Mrs. Lee Swan- who is sick
bvjt.is getting along'nicely
II. C Gray is delivering his broom-
corn at Beaver this week.
Frank Evans visited home folk Sat-
Chas. Eyer and wife Sundayed at the
Carl Evans home getting acquainted
with the new Grandson.
Mrs. Katie McDevitt and children
have returned to their home in Colo
Floyd Tiffin and family and Mrs. Von-
nic Tiffin of Texas are here visiting
relatives and friends.
C E. Baggcrly has a new Ford.
Everett Meeks Is visiting at the S.
T. Woodbury home.
Art Mouriquand and family are vis-
iting relatives and friends here.
Gilbert Jacobs sold hisbroomcorn for
$107.60 the highest we have heard of.'
here. They are planning on having a
ame for the girls and I will say if the
Glcndale girls beat our girls they will
have to go some.
Well every little boy and girl
they are expecting for most all the
schools are going to have something to
do Thanksgiving or Christmas.
I for one am proud of our teacher
and if there would be more co-opera-
now looking forward to the good times tion of the Deople our schools would be
better our district is generally what
we make it not all the failures can be
put to the teacher's credit. Let us
watch ourselves just a little closer than
we do the other fellow.
Nov. 18. Real winter Geese going
south! Thanksgiving turkeys gobbling!
Thank God for bountiful harvests in
Revival meetings at the Methodist
church all this week and next con-
ducted by Evangelist Fretwell. Good
interest! Good preaching!
Work is being rushed on the Baptist
Lots of moving this week Jasper
Fraxerand family moved to the old
Cramp property that he lately pur-
chased of A. C. Teter; Mr. Tcter
traded for and moved to the place for-
merly owned by E. L. Cunps; Guy
Wmningham moved into the bouse va-
cated by Jasper Fraxer. The drayman
was heard to remark "It it like mov-
ing men on a checkerboard" and last
' but not least Mr. Simon Cross' house-
hold goods arrived from New Mexico
yesterday and now they are "at home"
Tbe new music teacher for the
schools Miss Minnacke arrived inFol-
lett this week to take up her duties.
The Montgomery Hardware Company
has moved into their new brick build-
ing and Fred Miller occupies the old
building with a furniture store.
There aro no quarantined homes in
our village now nor in the surrounding
-country as far as reported.
Mrs. Roy Wilson ia on the sick list.
Mtss Ethel Hnines is taking care of
her for a few days.
J. u. item tins added another room
and porch and piped water into his
house all of which adds to the com-
fort and convenience of the family.
A. L. Swope has the grateful thanks
of this scribe for a fine pieco of fresh
pork that tastes mighty good this chil-
Mrs. Romie Reid has accepted a per-
manent position at the Grace store and
Mrs. S. F. Hanson is the new clerk at
How Not to Take Cold
Sr me person ate subject to frequent
cold while others seldom if ever
harehcold. You will find that thu
latter take good care of thrimelves
They lake a shower or cold rponge bath
every day in a warm room avoid over-
heated rooms sleep with a window
open or partly open avoid excesses
over eating becoming over hPRted and
then chilled and getting the feet wet
Then when they feel the first Indica-
tion of a cold they iakt Ohsmberlaln's
Cough Remedy without delay and it is
''Mrs. G. I. Hildebrand has been very
sick for the past few days butis better
at this writing.
Mrs. J. T. CI ny brook and Mrs. Claude
Pope went visiting the 15th at the
formers brother's home.
Mrs. Katherinc Peters has threshers
to cook for this week.
Bob Hcnline is building a four room
Palestine school will entertain you
Thanksgiving evening with a patriotic
program and Thanksgiving program.
Quite a number from this neighbor
hood attended the Armistice Day cele-
bration at Liberal.
With the proceeds of our pie supper
we have a new basket ball and have
our teeters and swings ready to be put
up. We have also ordered our phono-
graph and records. The school wishes
to thank the people who helped us out
Mr. and Mrs. Benscoter arc visiting
his" sister in Colorado this week. Mr.
Moore accompanied them.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Henline are go
ing to eastern Oklahoma to visit rela-
tives and friends to be gone several
Mr. and Mrs. Powers of Kansas
spent several daya this week with A.
The diphtheria scare is over and all
our pupils are back in Bchool.
Mr. and Mrs. liowden and
Mildred spent Sunday at tnc
Mr. and Mrs. Spauldmg.
Ruth Mcssncr spent Tuesday
at the home of Galen Palmer.
The Mothers' Club banquet was held
at Mrs. M. C. Green's home last Sat
urday. Delicious supper was served
by the members of the club Almost
every member and family was present
The evening was spent in a social way.
Clarice ard Allen Williams were
guests at the Joe Michel home Sunday.
Mrs. Jenkins gave a party for the
young folks. There was thirty guests
present. After the entire evening was
spent playing games the hostess serv-
ed delightful refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson Mr.
and Mrs. Robt. Hudson Mrs. Green
Mrs. Alfred Huguley Ezra Evans and
Eva Green spent Sunday at the B. J.
The Kilpatrick threshing machine
has been threshing for Harry 'Henry
and Ezra Evans
"' COUNTRY LAD.
If you would enjoy good health keep
your bowels regular. No one can re-
asonably hope to fel well when con-
stipated. When needed take Cham-
berlain's Ttblets. The; arc mild and
Nov. 21. It stilt continues dry. A
good rain would be greatly appreciated.
1 The Epworth League social was well
attended Saturday night and greatly
enjoyed by all present. Oysters cake
and coffee was served.
Miss Dovie Snell spent Thursday
night with her friend Hazel Bentley.
Mrs. Meredith Shockley has gone to
Texas for an extended visit with rela
Mrs. Lary Blood left Wednesday for
Roseburg Oregon where she will
make her home with her son Bert. We
" Niate to lose such a good neighbor but
our toss is omera gam
Miss Alico Roberts of the Clear Lake
vicinity spent Saturday night with her
cousin Dovie Snell
Ed Lano has purchased the black-
mith shop at Clear Lako and will move
it to his farm. We are glad to have a
good shop in the vicinity.
Irvin Blood and family spent Sunday
st Sam Hcrgerta .
Georgo Bingham and wife were Sun
day callers at Amos Jenkins'.
Quanah Mouth and slstors Leona
and Laveta spent the week-end with
their parents. They We attending high
ocnooi at Knpwles.
Mrs. Eva Griswold of Speerman
Texas is visiting her father and moth-
er Mr. and Mrs. Emery Neihart.
Misses Rosa and Katie Clingcr of
the Ovcrstrect neighborhood were vis
itors at Sunday School Sunday.
Mrs. Culberson and children were
visitors at the A. B. Copple home Sunday.
Our Sunday School is progressing
nicely regardless of all obstacles of
which we have had many. We very
often meet up with folks who doesn't
want anything accomplished in their
Mrs. Howe is in very poor health
aow but we hope she will be improving
Misses Ethel and Alice and Ralph
Baker and Vcs Hughes were absent
front Sunday School Sunday.
Mrs. Jennie Neihart is getting along
very nicely with her school. I think
she will teach a good school if they will
give her a chance. The biggest per-
cent of failures in our schools can be
laid to the patrons of the district.
There will be a pie supper at Golden
school house Friday night.
C. II. V. Earl has been buying up
cattle and has quite a bunch at present.
The people gave Lizzie Kunka a sur-
prise party Saturday night and every-
one had a good time.
Cold and cloudy this morning with
indications of rain.
Mrs. Ollie Ragan entertained friends
Friday night Cake and coffee w
A little girl made her appearance at
the Fred XJasteel home Wednesday
night. All parties getting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Young spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Lon McCIurg. '"
Miss Dovie Jjuell spent a few days in
the Twin Moundfieighborhood and at
tended the party at the Ragan home.
Nellie and Fred Phillips spent Sun
day with home folk.
Hiram Boothe did some carpenter
carpenter work for Mr. Nicholson the
Mrs. Nellie Phillips' pupils planned a
surprise for her Wednesday night which
was carried.out to the letter. Refresh-
ments was served and all had a fine
Irvin Young'a children are sick this
week but are some better at this writ
Mrs. Kenyon Smith has been on the
sick list the past week.
Jaunita Ragan spent Wednesday
night with her teacher Miss Curtis
and attended the party at her aunt
A Timely Sujfcstion
This is the season of the yesr when
the prudent and careful housewife re-
plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy It is almost certain
to ba needed before thu winter is over
and results are much more prompt and
satisfactory when it is kept at hand and
glren as soon as the first Indication
of a cold appears and before it has be-
come settled in the system. ( There is
no danger In giving it to children as It
contains no opium or other harmful
Mrs. Ed Humphrey has been quite
ill since Wednesday of last week with
an attack of rheumatism and lumbago.
We are having some real cold weath-
er now would like to see some mois-
ture. The Glendale boys' basket ball team
played here with our boys Friday even
ing and resulted in a victory for Glen-
dale the score being 36 to 12 Those
who played were Walter Berkie Roy
Williamson Horace Ogden Berl Brown
and Marion Harvey. Among the visi
tors wno came rrom ulendale were
Miss Berkie Clarence Fox Harry
Berkie Loyd Pollard and both the
teachers Misses Dye and Clark.
Our teacher Mrs. Russell taught at
Glendale last year and she was glad to
have her old pupils play .with her boys
The Voice of
The Panhandle DepU Store
Mr. Wolif (proprietor) foresaw the steady advance in
merchandise and therefore bought an enormous quantity
of goods the last time he was to the market which over-
stocked our store at Woodward so much that it is impos-
sible to crowd in our present stock at Beaver therefore
are compelled to run our store here a while longer until
we'll have room for same at Woodward.
Owing to the enormous quantity of goods Mr. Wolff bought and buying before tie
last advance in merchandise he bought everything beow the present market price yvhich
enables us to offer to the public our entire stock of
Dry Goods Shoes Ladies Coats
and Men's Furnishings
for much less than it cun be bought anywhere else.
As I have come up here to sell and get the cash and noth-
ing but Cash I am selling regardless of Price. I
came up here to clean out this store and.r am going to clean it if
lew prices and good honest service will do it. So far our daily
sales have broken all previous records which shows that people
are taking advantage of our low prices and put their money where
it does tbe most good.
The Panhandle Hl Store
J. J. H1NTHEK Manager
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