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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1922 Page: 4 of 8

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The Beaver Herald
f W? 0. THOMAS - - Publithar.
rOHLI8HEBEVERY TH ORSDA V
ZtmlinA t Id pnttotHnt at Bftuvar. OkUhora.
cood rUir mull matter
dJrertltlng rates made known npon
application. Prici rrNtonabie
Subscription Price $2.00 a Year
!WtI1i to nnnnunce mj canihclacr for
5lJj Commltflnner uf th(Klrt l)i
trrctMjhJi-ct to llio will of the Kti
jiublirait Totcru at the Aueunt primary.
HENRY HAUTII. Knowl-.. Okla
8VL.VIAMi I'OK COXGKfiSH
I hereby announce as a candidate
for Kcprenentative In Congress from
tlie - Eighth Congressional District
ot Oklahoma.
Vote Republican voters an oxpromtoU
tin tho Primary Election August 1
" CHARLES SWINDALL
Woodward Okla.
HENKO.V ASKS HK-KUrAJTlOy
W. L. Henson present county su-
perintendent. Is this wrelc luteins
the Republican voters to nominate
HOWAIU
KAKNKS KOIt COCBT
CLERK
"April showers bring; May flow-
ers" likewise a del nee of political
him In the August primary for re-! aspirants to office. It would scent.
election. as evidenced by The Herald's an-
When a public official cspeclallr. nouncement column to which wo
a county superintendent bws served are clad to add this week the name
thp peoplo for four years as Mr.
Henson has done. It Is scarcely nee
eiwary for this paper to say any
thing for or "ror-nlnat such can-
of George Howard Karnes who Is a
candidate for court clerk subject to
the will of the Detnocrtlc primary.
Howard Karnes Is a clean up-
dldacy. Their ueallngs with the.rlcht. capable ex-service man. Hii
public have been such that men and record will stand the fullest Invostl-
women arc pretty much decided ' cation and. right here we aro going
whether or not they aro fitted for
tho place and entitled to re-olec-tion.
Personally wo feel that Mr. Hen-
son has made Heaver county a good
superintendent. For some reason
which we havo never been able to
fathom n school tncher's job a
county superintendent's job and
a school board member's Job Is an
exceedingly hard one to fill and
please any great per cent of the
people for any length of time. Tho
subject to the will of "IJ ' ?" J ?r ".Y'" T.
-. IC1I WV ffVIKfUIH 11 WIT? 1.WUII.J
tho pa.st four years that he stands
favorably with a great majority of
the teachers the boards and the
patrons is an oxtromely good re-
J. E. SMITH OV EMI)
Candidate for Congreoa subject to
tfco will of the Republican voters of
She Eighth Congressional District.
Has tcslded In tho Eighth District
Jot tho past twonty-flvo yoors and In
engaged In farming stock raising
and production ot oil.
STATE TREASURER
J wili to announce mycolf a cndi
date for StntpTrcnsurrr. mitiject to lb
irill uf the Republican voters at the
Jugont primary
WAYNE L. DICKEY Tulxt.
For County Attorney
Wcare authorized to announce tho
jnmc of Edwin S. Gardner for re-
election to the office of County Attor-
ney subject to the will of the Repub-
lican voters at the August primary.
EDWIN S. GARDNER.
Reaver Okla.
For County CommUiioner
I hereby announce my candidacy for
County Commissioner of the First Dis-
trict subject to the will of tho Repub-
lican voters. S. A. BOILEAU.
Logan Okla.
fOR COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
I rnll appreciate your vote nnd sup
port for Commissioner 1st District in
tliu Republican Primary.
JOHN DATEMAN Knowles.
MRS. HA Mi KOIt COUNTY OI.EIHC
Your support Is solicited In my
eampalgn for county clerk subject
to the will ot tho Democratic pri-
mary. MR8. IlEULAir HALL.
Boavor Okla
FOR Hi:iHi:SHXTATIVK
I' solicit your votu In tho Repub-
lican primary for State Representa-
tive of Heaver nnd Harper counties.
LESLIE I. RAY Lavurno
to ray that tho opponent In the
primary or in the general election
who defeats him will have to "go
some." It may not bo good politics
but It Is good patriotism to sup-
port the worthy ex-service man and
thU paper li going to say- right now
that although we are a Republican
nnd roinn folks do say we are deep-dyed-ln-the-wool.
If Howard Karnes
Is nominated the Republican ticket
will have to carry the name ot Just
as worthy a hero for the office of
court clerk If we turn down
Karnes. We havo the greatest res-
pect for other aspirants for pub-
lic office but right here and now
let It bo understood. The Herald
Is for the worthy capable cx-serv-
Ico man first last and all tbo time.
commendation for his re-election
That .bo can discharge the duties oft be he Democrat or Republican.
the office has been proven; that hel
Is worthy and personally needs the '
Job Is undisputed. Unless his place
can bo filled by a bettor official and
that Is doubted the voters of Reaver
county would do woll to re-elect
Mr. Henson. We want the host for
Heaver county schools remember
that rogardlese of all olse.
CHAS MILKS KOIt COUNTY
TORVEY
AT-
Attorney Chas. Miles Is this week
announcing his candidacy for nomi-
nation for county attorney of Heav-
er county subject to the Republican
primary.
Charles Is a native son of Heaver
county. He was born at the Miles
Ranch home near Gate moving to
Heaver when a small lad with his
parents. Upon completion ot high
school here he entered tho State
University and completed his course
In law fivo years ago. Ho has prac-
ticed law In Heaver the past three
years at present being associated
with the law firm ot Lootbourrow
& Lootbourrow.
In casting about tor an officer
for this altogether Important public
trust Charles Is an upright capable
young man and one well fitted for
the office he seeks. Ho Is known
to a host ot folks In tho midst of
whom he has grown to manhood
and all will unhesitatingly recom
mend him as being worthy of any
trust.
ilSSX HUGHES KOIt CO U I it
CLERK
I earnestly solicit your voto nnd
support for court clerk subject to
tho Democratic primary.
ANNA IIUailES Heaver.
COMMISSIONER KI11ST IHHTKIC7I1
Tho Herald Is authorized to pro-
icnl tho nruno or R. Hagln. ot Ivan-
71 no ns a Republican 'candldata for
Sommlssloiier ot the 1st District
TV'ALLENllKKGKOlf TRUSTEE
T will appreciate tho support or
tho Republican votors for nomina-
tion aB Triisteo ot Denton township.
II. L. WALLENHKRG.
Clear Lake.
JiltH. KOllI) TOR COURT CLERK
I will appreciate your support In
Hie Democratic primary for court
Jcrk.
MRS. LUCY H. FORI)
Heaver Okla.
COMMISSIONER Und IMSTIHOT
I nm a candidate for Commission-
isr ot tho 2d district subject to the
Tilt of the Republican voters.
E. A. ELLS.
Elmwood Okla.
GINTER KOIt COMMISSIONER
Friends of Fred Glnter called nt
Tho Herald office this week nnd
authorized us to announce his can-
didacy for County Commissioner of
the 3rd district subject to tho will
of tho Republican primary Mr. Gin
ter having consented to make tb
race after being urged to do so by
many of his friends both democrats
and republicans.
Men of tho caliber of Fiod Gln-
ter niolto the very best timber for
public offlco. Ho Is a successful
farmer n man welt acquainted with
tho county and Its needs and Is
thoroughly responsible. Should ho
bo nominated which seems assurrcd
ha would undoubtedly make a win-
ning raco In tho November election.
And by his election Heaver county
affairs would bo entrusted to tho
very best posslblo caro. Wo recom-
mend tho candidacy ot Mr. Glnter to
tho voters of tho 3d district for
their most careful consideration.
YOU WILL ALL ENJOY OUR WEEKLY
COMIC SECTION
"Lough and the World Laughs with
You;
Weep and You-" (But Why Weep)T
The work of three of the most com
petent and popular comic artist? has
been combined in the new comic fea
ture which greets readers of The Her-
ald this week.
The feature includes a cartoon by
Mr. Kettner whose pictures are in
great demand from coast to coast; a
comic by Charles Sughroc creator of
Micklc the Printers Devil" and a
comic by L. F. Van Zelm who ha's
made a ten-strike with his scries "Aw
What's The. Use"7
This is a feature which in its class
compares with the best presented by
any newspaper and we are confident
that readers of The Herald will appre-
ciate it to the extent that its quality
justifies.
It begins in this issue of The Herald.
WOMANS'
CHRISTIAN
SOCIETY
MISSIONARY
L. F. Krocker of Boyd Oklahoma
was transacting business in Liberal
Monday of this week. Liberal (Kas.)
Democrat.
Chas. Crawford was a county seat
caller from Clear Lake Thursday of
last week.
Mrs. C. K. Drum was hostess to the
society at their regular monthly study
program last Thursday evening. After
devotional period by Mrs. 0. P. Smith
and special duetby Mr. and Mrs. Drum
the study on Latin America was very
ably presented by three young ladies.
Miss Mary B. Hanly described the
"Countries and People." Miss Carrie
Smith spokeon "Religious Conditions."
Miss Euline Ford presented to us "Our
Responsibility." Miss Euline also
favored us with beautiful piano varia-
tions of "Will There Be Any Stars in
My Crown."
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Poorbaugh of
Knowles attended to business in Bea-
ver Saturday.
W. A. Priest of Knowles was a Bea-
ver visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Grace were Bea-
ver callers from Knowles Saturday.
J. M. Beard of Knowles was a Bea-
ver visitor Saturday.
J. F. Harper of Logan looked nfter
business hero Tuesday.
II. P. Kliover was a county scat call-
er from Balko Wednesday.
Mr. Roberts of Clear Lake called in
Beaver Wednesday.
G. E. Doane of Willow Creek was a
business caller here Wednesday.
W. T. Meador of Forgan was a Bea-
ver caller Wednesday.
Josie Jarvis Is able to ba up again
after a week's illness.
Mrs. J. W. Grceniey is improved this
week after several week's illness.
Ben Davis of Booker Texas was a
Beaver caller last Friday.
Mr. Ragsdale Sr of Perryton Tex-
as was a Beaver caller Monday.
John Goetzingcr began work the
first of the week at the City Market.
Lee Larrabec of Liberal Kansas
was a business visitor in Beaver Wed-
nesday. Fred Hamilton Pruner Apple and
M. Fulbright of Gray were in Beaver
on school matters Wednesday.
P. P. Frysinger of Forgan looked
after business in the county seat Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Frank Hrnderson west of Bea-
ver who has been very ill for three
weeks is slowly improving.
Mrs. Silas Taylor who lives south-
cast of Beaver was on the sick list
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Will Stark was a Beaver shop-
per from the Blue Mound vicinity Weijr
nesday.
Rev. Rushing of the I'aptist church
at Forgan attended the Community
Institute here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lootbourrow of
Buffalo were here visiting relatives
and attending to business Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martz and Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Frost were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford at
Booker Texas last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wright Miss
Myrtle Hughes and Mr. Highfill left
this week for a business trip in New
Mexico.
J. R. Sutherland prominent ranch-
man from north of Knowles was here
Wednesday paying taxes and looking
after other business.
A marriage license was issued last
Saturday to James Lester Myer of Fol-
lctt Texas and Miss Leah Fox of
Catesby.
H. N. Lawson's Abstract Office re-
ports the sab of the S. S. Spalding
farm south of Elmwood to J. D. Huff
man last week.
Mrs. H. N. Lavvson is enjoying a
visit from her sister Mrs. Chas. S.
Fulton of Hutchinson Kansas who is
expecting to spend several weeks here
Miss Inez Anderson of Booker Tex-
as and a young lady friend from Tulsa
who is visiting her were shopping in
Beaver last Friday.
J. W. Cayler returned Monday from
Liberal Kansas where he had been
for severnl days taking treatments by
a chiropractor.
L. J. Shock came to Beaver Wed-
nesday for his daughter Miss Ethel
who was called home again on account
of her mothe who is not so well this
week.
County Supt. W. L. Henson attend-
ed a closing day program at the Over-
street school fn the eastern part of the
county Thursday1 of last week. Mr
Henson says that without an excep-
tion it was one of the finest entertain-
ments of its kind he ever attended.
He remained for the big basket dinner
Friday and then went on to tho Lovcll
school district 35 where he gave a
talk that evening on Consolidation.
IIKIDGEWAtKI? KOIt HIIERIKK
I am a Damociatlc candidate for
Te-electlon for Sheriff. Your sup-
jart appreciated.
II. II. HRIDOEWATKR.
Beaver Oklahoma.
KHNKHOW KOH ASSESSOR
Your support appreciated in my
candidacy for ro-cloctlon for as-
sessor subject to the Democratic
jrlmary.
J. W. RENFROW
Heaver.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I "hereby nnnounce my candidacy
as -a Republican candidate for Coun-
ly Attorney or Honvor county.
CHAS. MILES
Beaver.
TOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
earnostly solicit your support In
jry candidacy for nomination ami
Te-olectlon as County Superintend-
ent subject to the will ot tho Ro-
3nbllcan primary.
W. L. HHNSON.
lJoiivor.
COMMISSIONER a DLSTlUUr
Tho Herald Is author lied to an-
nounce tho candidacy of I'rttd Gin-
tor ot Ilalko as a Republican can
didate for County Commissioner of
h Third Dlitrtct.
tIEOnGE HOWAUU KAUNltN KOU
COUltd' CLBRK
i: will appreafaUe your support
In Dompcratic primary for Court
GEORGE HOWARD KAHNH
Beaver.
Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
We itate it a our honest
belief that the tobacco ufed
in Chesterfield arc of finer
quality (and hence of better
taite) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Uglttt Ct hltn Ti Jdfr CY
'-VylRr'S"- '(
Ch
e steriie
CIGARETTES
rfjeld
20 for 18c
10 for 9c
Vacuum -m
of 50 - 45c
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos-
blended
JH
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Watkins Remedy
Headquarters
AH kinds of Watkins' Remedies
Extracts Spices Toilet Goods
Soaps Etc.
Car will canvas west half of Beaver coun-
ty or Watkins Goods may be had at
Beaver Heeadquarters at any time
WSLUS dME&'Mgi.
North Door White HLoiuo Hotel
Beaver Oklahoma
Successors to
GEO. T. BAILEY
ID TZ T -Aw. 3- 33
"SERVICE" Is Our Watchword
Beavcr Okla.
"Ditty I'm ttadyou
sot Kwllogg Corn
Flahti ard frutt for
tupptr t'miafaggtd
out with th ht
tUt tUlloef it th
only toed that wvuld
epptal to try app
trie. It diitM so
catily and yt I riou
If fj niuri$hingt
Cucit fit fjuv dn
other hetptng. Tho.
Koltocg Kortainly
aro dcUctdua.'
ttM3;v:-u?t -sMpy a-
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.ui siea&wiv
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awing me wot
w 3
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M
m weather!
W
W&w
&w CORNFLAKES
are nourishing-refreshing' delicious
It's a long step for health and riddance of
Eumrnsr drowsiness and that sluggish feeling if
you'll all stop eating so much heavy greasy foods
and let Kellogg's delicious Corn Flakes do your
health a good turn I "With cold milk and luscious
izz'JL CtuH ACiiojg3 ara csira delightful so
crisp and appetizing. '
Kellogg's Corn Flakes aro nourishing and sup-
ply all the summer energy you need; yet they
digest easily and actually rest the stomach I On .
such a diet you'll feel so much better; your mind
will be keener and you'll accomplish a lot more
work and help yourself keep
cool and snappy and cheerful!
Bo certain to buy Kellogg's
Corn Flakes in the RED and
GREEN package bearing tho sig-
nature of W. K. Kellogg origi-
nator of Corn Flakes. None aro
genuine without it.
Alio ralnr of KEllOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN. cooWd kui VnaMti
lSlfaM&8a2r
TOASTED
CORN
FLAKg
Ipp9
4 A Little Addition
2
L
5
Would make the average house a lot
more comfortable
What is it your house needs? Let's see:
Sleeping Porch Summer Kitchen
Extra Bedroom Bath Room
New Roof Fences?
Lumber makes Ihem all - and we have
THE LUMBER
umber Go.
W. S. MORGAN Mgr.
Beaver. Oklahoma
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