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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1900.
NEWS OF THE VICINITY
Sam EWog is constructing a new
biru on his ranch.
Harry McCool killed a flue beef and
brought lo town Monday.
A littlr dtughtcr of J. W. Fox ii
quite ilvk this week.
Horn To M. aud Mm. J. C. Re
demer a ton.
T, J. Judy and wlfo were transacting
business In to'wu Monday.
Robert, Webb & MeKillipe are put
Hag a shingle roef on (heir feed room.
At tho Wichita Csrnlvsl $255.25
waa realized from tho sale of confetti.
F. 0. Traey went out to Klinwood to
Citl liii ballot Tuesday.
J. C. Hodge went to Liberal Satur
Jy returning Tuesday,
Robert A. Maplo was a business call
er in town Tuosdsy.
Frank Ilogue purchnsud a new surry
Wiu. Wonlery and family are enjoy
ing a visit from reUiivo a.
Lute Drum was a caller in town Sat
urday. C. R Wright was in town the first
f the week.
The Irrnpcrsnce fight acetns In beget,
tine wnrruir and warmer tl Meade.
Dr. Nichols was called from Liberal
egaio last wtek to art) Mrs. Hullincer.
Peace and quietness rules supreme
flection ia ow.
W. B. Rhodrs, nf Dyers, was among
callers in town Saturday.
G. I. Urown and Harry McCool arc
digging a well for Dyke Unlliuger.
V. II. Andarsim helped lien Boguo
iuul feul last week.
Thtmias Urothers are constructing a
or w SVnce amuod their claims.
R. G. Dunlop and wife wcro chop
per iu town Saturday.
Tli eie will be a dance toniuhl in lion,
or nl'iho auoeeful candidate.
Nnwton Pickett waa a business caller
in tnwu Friday.
W. P. Evans transacted bosinesa in
the eiiyS.it unlay.
Oiek Q'iiin left hre Saturday for
J. ) lir.KliHii "f Gu- I'.nnin to town
n'ter i-.'i'iinj lvll.iij S-jtind.iy
('. A. lU.tli, ol 1iiIji.iiI, paid Bea
v.t u visit I lie firxt nf lliv week.
Fru or Drutnuiond iit pjiuting the Fox
tsloon and hotel this week,
0. II IU-aly was in town tho first of
II. ). Reas stupprd in town one day
Klias Rogue in constructing a camp
house near his livery barn,
II. 0. Drum, our jjlly Ccou erect
friood, was in town Wednesday.
F. M. Beebe and wifo and ulster Miss
Qracr, wcro callers in town Wednesday.
J, V, Thompson left yesterday morn
i ig for Custer to do some plastering for
School in the Coffey district com
menced Monday with Miss Kva Boo
ham as teacher.
Mrs. R. H. Hamilton baa been suf
fering frr the past few weeks with rheu
matism, A number of caudidato were over iu
tho east end since our last putting the
finishing loukhrs on the campsign.
Or, L. 8. Munsell was called out in
tbe country to sea Mrs. Frauk Ander
fioo who is quite siuk.
Mr. A Wilson, of near Liberal but
who has n claim in this precinct, came
down to Reaver to vote- Tuesday,
Mrs. C. W. Ault of Custer came to
town Tuesday. Sho brought beef and
butter to market.
Rube Ubllcolt, foreman of tbe John
Goorgv rauch, camn to town Tuesday,
with his mun, to vote.
N, A, I'eekhtm and wifo returned
lioin from their trip to aslern Oklaho
ma, this week.
Little Kirk Drummond who was in
jured so badly with powder last woek is
Mrs. Delia Uallioger is improving but
it will he some limo beforo she recovers
8hut thit cloorl How can I? Ii'k
welled. It didn't cow from Rolin &
Brown's, Liberal, Kansas.
There was tro school in the advanced
girado liro Tuesday on account of elcc
Miss Katlo Marl i hai bvea eoi-f
played to l each the winter term of
school in 81s Mile district.
Mrs. Terry Chllcutt and Mrs. Robl.
Rlzliy weru chopping in town tho tiist
of tli) week.
J mut j Dnro was in town tin first of
tho wcek Ho took a largo galvanized
tank huuio which he nauotly ordered.
Uolin k Urown aro dealers in lime,
cement, coal, lumber aud all buildiua;
Kdua Husted is attending school in
Ueaver uud ia staying with Mrs. R. Ii.
While oitemptlng to rope ooo of his
culvfh Suudsy evening it en Rogue ac
cidentally broke tho animala Leek.
Kuitna Lohilruh is staying with Mrs.
II. Ii. Rlsnchard and attending tho eiiy
Fin co posis and posts of all kludn
at tho lowest piioea at Rulin & Brown's
Kmiucti Gardner is visiting with his
uuelu, William Morrow and family at
Mrs. W, R. Wright is filing up her
photo gallery preparatory to doiug pbo
Dr. Mack will only be in Ueaver un
til November. i3lh. Those iu need of
dental work should call before the time
The shower of meteors which was
predicted to appear last year bat which
failed to do fo are again predicted to
shower this year.
At Rochester, New York, a skeleton
which wits constructed of animal's
bones and suxpended from a trt-etup on
Halloween frightened a woman to death
Hivr you seen them? Dolin fc
Brown, the dealers in sash, doors and
blinds If not ell at once, Liberal,
J. V. Thompson was inspector nf
etei!iin,0 J. Loofbourrow and J slips
liaktr, clerks and J. W. Thompaon and
L. M. Larsen, judges.
Grnrgc Robert! was doing anything
elso than thanking Providence T'.esdiy
he Iscked thirteen days of beirg hero
long enough to vote.
Wm. Whito assisted by Lon Ford
and Ray Rycrinn did the carpenter
work on the addition to tho Fox sa
loon. While roping cslvcs preparstory to
branding Arthur Qulnn hid tho mis.
fortune to hsve the rope jerked through
his bands rausing a painful aoro.
J. rV. Savago parsed through town
this week enrouto to Liberal. John -x
pecti to go lo Illinois soon to remain
Miss Dora Hojjuowent to flyers Tots
day returning ltnme Wt-dnrsdsy. She
was accompanied homo by Miss Hatlie
Khodei, who will spend a low davo iu
Dr. R. H. Mack, tho painba dentist
will be in Ouster November i5th to 21st
prepared to do dental wotk in all ita
branches. Remember the dates aud
James Lane is at Punnia, Colorado,
srriviog there on the 9th ult. He
seems pleased with the country and
stales tho fruit crop in that section ia
Cards are out announcing the marri
of Mr. Elery Cooprr to Miss Ola Fick,
of Meade, on November 15, Mr
Cooper was formerly a resident of Bea
ver. His many friends hero extend
Enid Suo-Ksglo. Mr. and Mrs. N.
A. Peekham, of Ueaver, who have beeu
visiting relatives here for tho past two
months, started on their return trip
Enquire the prico nf fljur snd feed at
Roberts, Webb k McKillips before
msking that long trip to the railroad.
They can save you money on overytbing
Tho census of the United State
abows a population of 70 millions of
people and the United 8tates now ranks
second among the powers in tbe number
of ita Inhabitants. The population has
doubled itself within tbe Isst thirty
Mr. sndIrs. J, N. Loveless came to
this country about 12 yean ago and are
generally known to tbe pipple In the
south west and have many friends who
mourn for the loss and sympaihita for
husband and children. Tbe remains
were interred Iu tbo Liberal cemetery
The manufacturers of Royal
Baking Powder have always declined
to produce a cheap baking powder
at the sacrifice of quality.
The Royal is made from the
most highly refined and wholesome
ingredients, and is the embodiment
of all the excellence possible to be
attained in the highest class baking
Royal Baking Powder costs only
a fair price, and is cheaper at its
price than any similar article.
Samples of mixtures made in imitation of baking
powders, but containing alum, arc frequently dis
tributed from door to door, or given nway in
grocery stores. Such mixtures arc dangerous
to use in food, and in many cities their sale is
prohibited by law. Alum is a corrosive poison, and
all physicians condemn baking powders containing it.
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Mrs. I. 8. Drummond, of Enid, is
very sick again with tb same disease
sbo was affected with so severely here.
James Flaglo, Frank Malone?
Frank Wright, Henry Mecsnand Har
ycy Husted all went to tho railroad
after supplies this week and inciden
tally to hear tbe National returns,
Tho defcatvd candidates are build
ing a raft preparatory to a trip up
B4KINQ POWDER CO.. 100 WILIIAM ST., NEW YORK.
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A mulo belonging to Eliaa Boguo
waa sick Wudnesday night.
Prof. Tom Uodle went to Meado
Moudny night to vote returniog to
Ueaver Tuesday night.
Will Palmer has sumo ferrets which
his brother sent out from Illinois. Ho
took them out one day to bill prairie
doga but thty wouldn't go down in the
ground. L. M. Lnrsen killed a dog
and threw down by them whioh they at
once hupped on and cut it's throat.
Correspondents will confer a great fa
vor to the Herald 'if, when their aut
ply of atatinnery is exhausted they will
make a note, to that effect, an their tot
ter so that tho satno may be renewed.
Sta'lonery and tbo Herald will beseut
cheerfully at any time to anyone who
will be kind enough to correspond.
A Guthrie man with money to bet had
his friends rattled the other day by of
fering to bet 8400 that Rryan would
carry every state except two, which be
would name, and then offering to bet
$500 that Bryan would curry tho two.
The Republicans csmo in a rush wilh
their money, but finally saw through
the bluff. Kansas City Star.
In a letter to A. N. Crsnmer, Dr. J.
Cobarn, who formerly practiced medicine
at this place, writea that he is Hi ing at
Nex Perce, Idaho. He is enjoying cood
hcslth snd is doing well. It look him
some time to get settled down to busi
ness as under the laws of Idaho he was
required to pass a medical examination
and he neoeuarily had to wait till tho
meeting of the examining board.
CASTOR I A
?or Infauta and Children.
Till Kind Yon Have Always Bought
J ! '-I - I- --ill I ,
Kunsis Republican by 25,000,
How dues that strike you?
Miss Pearl Roberts is suflericg with
J. J. Thompson, of Grand Valley, is
E. F. Lamastcr and sons went, to
Woodward county after posts recently.
Juliu Rice and wifo of (J rand Valley
were in town Wcdoeiday.
James Ulen went out to Kolomo to
vote but on acoount of his not having
his family im his cluira he was not al
lowed to do so.
Dlol At her homo In thla city, Fri
day, October, Sllth, Mrs. Hannah F-l-lick,
wife of Leonard Fulliik, go 51
yats, lo cliya.
Mrs. Fnlliek lud been III for irtr I
nvnith Mini Inn lew of lu-r Irliwuls -ilevi'd
I lie grim resprr wa w.dijfis h
IIih ilmir with a bt'Mtenly iin-iitd to n
tuiiduu thn earthly lalrriibcle tm the i
ternal nisn.iiti in tho Me 'll.i n.iio
funeral M'nri' wr hi'ld o tli. M, F
church SmiiiIj mIiiiii ii mm uii
by Her, Stumper nnd Mirnminir lriHinr
hlifd tear Ifhiiln i lie hir, kit Mr
Fnlliek wan nut ihtc, pi tt linl ri-i-it and
in I'ump my wi'h Imr i.uilitr L'zs p
whit M It' Ml'i.llllt' If II i.l). ' I
the avui'V I.U'I -rit rflfi d b t
she had I'liiwcd th rpiMunl lil'u
The H'ttowiiig frith, r ami rbil'ltm
Iutii the niiiby of th, ir frii'tids in
th.ir brrnivi iiieiii. IntcriiKiit ai
inids in GraevUnd Ceinrtiry. Meade
Died 8irah VMen Imvcb ts, wifn nl
J N. L' li-K nf this city, d.pkitK
hi life mi Minla li'Jih. Mr. l,oe
li'M list hven quitn l.'il ! fur tho pH-t
three )eiirs nnd wax t-i. H lin Irtiui u
oiiuipticatlun nf ill ica-p
Sir.ili Kile n Ju'inn v us Imrti in ( Hn
ton enuiiiy, Iiuliaiis,un 8"ptiiutiir a5i l
18&3. When M'Vvtiti'ii jciiri nl iil'i
she w niurri'it to J N. Liiveb-f t
an eiir'y ny, she was poiitrtiid mi
joined thi M K. 'Iiiirt'li ntih vbirl
she Iihh wrmd iluriiij tin- niit nf l.erl
lile ftlli' the lltilliir nl (lev Ii
eiiililren, iix nl' tfhni'.i Ti'ci iliil lnr n
tliuather wuilH, mm) fie ntvsiiird tn
enjoy tli ruiMpiiiiii nliiji nl rclfmcii
ficing wifo snd motliir.
The funeral services wre rondticti-d
st the (Jhrixtisin church mi Tittsday a I'.
tprnnon by Rev K N. CiiiiiiIii;)ihiu i f
the M. K, Lhurrh, nnd Her. U. 0
8uthrrlin irtncln'il thn sptuion. A m
lected quartet furni.-heil musio at the
A 1'lrnKant Suriirise.
A number ol married persuns gather
ed nt the homo of A. M. Ilii!Sett en
last Siturday ev.uini; the event brie
Mrs. Hogsett'ri hirthility. The affair
had previously afrnngi'd lor by her hoi
bsnd, withnuthir kninTlidge, nnd when
the guests arrived xho van thoroughly
Mrs. Ilogsott wui thp recipient if
many nieo gifts which driimnMraiea tlie
high esteem in which he ii held by her
Oysters were servi d as refrohtnentf
of which all heartily partook. At u
late Lour thn purty iliper-cd prnnuuiic
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(in iiiajajaajilaa J
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slmitAtlng Ut:roodnruinctf uta
tbg liic Stanajia andDowcls of
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ncssind Rcst.Cantnlns neither
Opnini.Morphinc nor Mineral.
lOT NAltC OTIC.
t ni Mfwr
Apcrfect rtctrcdy for CcASlipa
lion. Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca,
Worms .Cortvulsions .Fp.vcrir.h--acss
ond Loss of Sleep.
TccSimile Signature of
Tor InfitHta unsl QlsJIItm,
The Kind Yob Hwi
aWA II sbTLiM
EXACT C0P7CT WRAPPCa.
TUt fPrrAUftrOBtMMY MVTMIWff,
.1 n'. IlRmtYMVK, I'residral, C. Q rilA2CIU.KIt. V.rrcri W. H. llriitalAK Cas
THE MEADE STATE BANK,
DKSnniTED IIKPOSITOKT OF ME ADR CODHTt.
Thl hink'ls dintinctively aeattlemen'a and stockgrowcr'a baaki W utisji
the business of I ha legitimate cattlemen and etnekgroweri of tbe soathweat
Money n hand at all times for legitimate cattle loaea wilh good wsrgiae. NO
ing Mrs Hug-iett many happy reluris
uf the day.
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Roy McCool ami wife returned hnmc
from KsnsiR recently where they hate
been during the harvesting season.
Mm. Clay Bender and mother have
hern visiting with Mrs Rcnder'a rUter
near Fiir Valley, Oklahoma
Nntivn this week the ad of Huberts,
Webb & Dlervilllps. Tueso men
though new iu the business, aro thur
ou'hly converssnt with tho wants snd
eeds of our people and are not here to
rob people. They can and will sell you
your supplies at as low or perhaps a
lower figuro than anyone in town nnd it
such prices that you cannot afford to go
to tlia railroad for provisions,
A Kansas snake story: A man near
Whitewater had a peculiar eiperiencn
the other day. While walking along
the road he saw n very largu snnku
which atsrtcd on a rspld run. When
the serpent rsn it whistled like a leuomn
tivc. Tbe snake was Anally killed and
tnstde of it wm found a large tin whis
tle, which caused the noise. While the
soske rsn tho wind struck the whistle
snd made the whistling noise. Kansas
The HlBALD announced Isst week
that marriage license had been iraurd lo
Albert Patter aod Ml Nora Maxwell.
The Mcace Globe in mentioning lis
marriage of the young couple say:
"The groom Invited a Urge number of
friends who gathered promptly to wit
ness the ceremony at higo noon. After
msrrlageand congratulations the dlUog
room waa thrown open and all relirrd
to psrtske of thesumptuout fesst spread
for the joy of the Inner usa, Mr. Pot
ter Is one of our het ynung men, Mrs.
Potter is a beautiful highly cultured
young lady. We bespesk for thctu a
pleasant journey through life,
Oar feo returned ii wo faiL Any ono sending sketch and descriptaM fjf
any invention will promptly rcceiro oar opinion free ooncratagUa)iaaMa
Iiik thp event very enjuyiible uud wild-, ability of same. "How to obtain a patent" sent upon request. PaaaMM
secured through 113 advertised lor sale at our expense
Patents taken oat through us rccaivo special notice without ehavgafsj
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hy Manufacturers and Investors.
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EvMtts Building, - WASHIKOTOH, A. 01
The folluwing is tbo weather r-potl
for the month uf October as given by
0. 0. Tunnebill:
Men it maximum
Number of clour d.iys
Number of cloudy diya
Thrrn was a tlight Iroit on tho 8th
MULTUM IN PARVO.
Self-heating rad ironn. For Hale I y
Uhss. II. I'riiniiiir, Ueaver, O. T.
Agents wanted. Good cnmniisthin.
AddreM General Agent,
0 mo. Heart r, O. T,
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To Whom It may fuiircrn
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the estate of James R. Linley
will please call aud sol lie tho same h)
note or rash wi Ii C. 0. Tannehill.
JknME L. Lini.et,
2 wk Ailmlnistrstrix
Lire Insu mute Polieira bough for Cash
AUn losas madu on (Kslrahle policies
n turns ol 8)00 and upwards, when the
values of the policies justify. Rates aud
'tonus made known on application.
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U. Q. t'UASUi.Eii, President
J. W. UEniiTMAN, Vlco President. A. M, Van HximnA, Cask law
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All accounts due me have been
placed in the hands of Dyko Ualliu
ger for cullecllon. Persons indebted
to me are thariforo requosted to settle
with him as 1 contiimpluto leaving tho
county fur a month or two.
) wk D. B. Kritiir.s.
If you want a prescript! n fur sote
throat osll ou Miss Carrie Trscy. The
remedy usy prove woreo than the com
T. J. Judv and Dob Maplo made a
husiocM trip to Ashland tbe Im i f the
Of Ashland, Kansas
Deslgnatod County Depository orciarlc County
' m mm& im ih mmm eahsas, west or rani'
Docs a (leiieraUluaUIng Business nnd makes a Specially f CAttle
TUB IIUHINKS8 OF LEGITIMATE CATTLEMEN, BTOeKGROWWW AKs
MERCHANTS. OFTUB 80UTUVE5T 80LICITKP. .
DIRECTORS AMD STOCKHOIM
W. B. Woods. President National Bank of Commerce, Kansas Otiy, lltaj
0 Q, CnAWDLBit, Prmhleut Kansas Natlunal DauV, Wichita; Kai .
A. M. VANLAaiNOUAM. Cashier. j
J. W. aUniiYUAS, Vice I'rtsldeati i( ;
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