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Oklihoaa ilia Sociity
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper Republican for Principle
BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1912.
WHY NOT ACCOMMODATE THE PEOPLE?
For Price and Quality
Come to the
For Anything You Need in
Diy Goods, Groceries, Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, Ladies'
1 Cloaks and Skirts
About $19,000.00 in Various Sinking Funds
May Be Used for Their Benefit.
PUT SHCOOL DISTRICTS ON CASH BASIS,
Eliminate Enormous Discount of Teachers and Others War
rants Thus Proving a Great Benefit,
Saved in Taxes I
By voting tho State Capital to Guth
riu on November Cth.
Thus accepting the Deed to State
Capital grounds and building thereon
in Guthrie, worth at least half a mill
Thus accepting tho lease on the
$153,000 Lngan County court house
rent frco for use as state offices.
Thus accepting a deed to a $20,000
executive inanition in tho best resi
dence district nf Guthrio.
Thus accepting a guaranteed con
tract to pay all Capitol removal ex
panses from Oklahoma City to Guthrie.
Thus making it unnecessary for a
million dollar or more appropriation
for a capitol building at this time, or,
In the near future, or for the paying of
rent, wliloh is now more than $50,000
n, year, which will grow greater each
Because Oklahoma City promised a
million dollar capitol building free to
the Stato and now refutes to "mako
good'" as Governor Haskell says In his
open letter of lust week.
Because Oklahoma City has not paid
the rent of the offices for tho State offi
cer., and refuses to do so.
Because Oklahoma City has not paid
the expenses of moving the capiiot
from Guthrie as it promised the Legis
lature and Governor Haskell, and still
refuses to do so.
Because Oklahoma City is now try
ing to fool the people into accepting
G8 unsalable patches of real estate
scattered over almost a township, In
stead and In lieu of its broken prom
ises of a million dollar free capitol
building aud all other promises sol
Because, as Govornor Haskell says,
in his open letter of last week,
"It Is simply up to tho representatives
of Oklahoma City to make good, pay
the expenses of tho removal of tho cap
ital and of incidental expenses, not
only cease charging the Stato of Okla
homa office rent, but reimburse the
office rent of the last eighteen or twen
ty months whatever has been paid and
then proceed to deliver the one million
dollar capitol building, or let the peo
ple of the state render such verdiat as
they deem Just and proper.
Vote YES on the Capitol
GUTHRIE HAS MADE
"The Masonic Ring."
The teachers of the Beaver High
School, assisted by Miss I.ula Threl
kcld and County Superintendent John
10. Bwaim, put on a play entitled
Thb Mubotilc King." m tho High
School Auditorium. Thursday night of
last week, for the benefit of the Libra
The performance was one of the best
of the kind that Beaver people have
had un opportunity of hearing for some
time, and was much onjoyod by tho
largo crowd in attendance
The company will put on the ploy
at Fori; an Fridny night and at Gate
Silver Spoon Free.
I will give away, for a limited time,
a Silver Teaspoon with each 12.00 cash
purchase. This applies to anything in
in my stoak except school books.
Mas. W. H. ROBERT80N,
Lost Memorandum book containing
sumo money and valuable papers. Re
ward for return to E. T. Vbnahlc,
10-3 tf Rfd 2 Balko, Okla.
It may not bo generally known, but
there is a law in effect in Oklaho
ma which providbs that the Sinking
Funds of the State, County, City,
Town, Township; School District, or
other municipalities, may bo invested
in Bonds or Warrants of such munici
palities, and thus be converted Into a
profit-producing fund, instead of lying
In the county treasury year after year
without bearing any revenuo or serv
ng Boy good purpose further than
meeting the payment of the obligation
for which they were levied, which In
many instances covers a period of ten,
fifteen or twenty yeurs. The law is as
SESSION Li'tWS, 1010.
Investment or Sinking Funds.
House Bill No. ll.V.
Tho officers, having charge of any
sinking fund of tho State, or of any
County. City, Town, Township, School
District, or other municipality thereof,
may Invest such sinking fund in the
bonds or warrants of tho State', or any
county, city, town, township, school
district, or other municipality thereof;
or in any public building warrants,
muturtng prior to the date of the bond
ed Indebtedness, for the payment of
which such sinking fund is created ; or
such officers may buy and cancel the
outstanding bonds of the stato, coun
ty, city, town, township, school dis
trict, or other municipality, which
they represent, whenever tho same
may be purchased at or below par.
(With emergency clause.)
E. L. Flckel, tho Republican candi
date tor County Troasurer, proposes,
if elected, to put ihta law io to effect,
and thus got these funds, which now
amount to something like $19,000, and
has alnays laid dormant In tho county
treasury, Into the hands of the sahool
districts and other public municipali
ties which can use them under the
law, and thereby provo a great benefit
In placing thorn upon a Cash basis, as
well as placing the sinking fund where
It will be bringing In an income of six
per cent to the County. Of course
this will reqtiiro more work un the
part of tho County Treasurer, but
work is just what E. L. Flckel proposes
to do for tho interests of tho taxpayors
should they favor him with I he elec
tion on November 5th, and we predict
that ho will bo found on tho job all
tin) time. Ho Is capable energetic,
upright and honest, ond In every way
fitted for the office ho seeks. His elec
tion guarantees honest and personal
attention to the Important duties of
this importantofficn ; prompt and care
ful answers to all correspondence ;
fair and impartial transaction df busi
ness In a business-like and courteous
manner, and a strict observance of
law. All this and much else Is what
you will get, voter, when you cost your
ballot for E L. Fickel. A voto for
him next Tuesday means n great part
of tat (10,000 Sinking fund placed at
0 per cent interest per annum for the
County that alone is no small item,
to say nothing of tho vast benefit It
will provo to those who now must ac
cept warrants on the districts and dis
count them at a great loss. ,
(Political Advertising written by the
' WKRALD JSQltor. f 11,
ONTRACT3 DEEDS, MORT
GAGES & LEASES DRAWN
BEST ABSTRACTS Promptly mode.
Charges Reasonable. I furnish you
prompt, rellublo service for least
money. There is a Lpgal Education
and years of experience back of my
Beaver County Abstract Office
WALTER C. FRAZER
R. O, RENFREW
Woodward, Harper, Ellis aurid
MONEY READY when papers are signed.
See or write
Opposite P. 0.
W. F. CARSON,
Manager Beaver Office.
E. E. Harlan, or Logan, is putting
up a residenco In Beaver this week.
If you are thinking of making a farm
loan, seo CARSON. 10-31 tf
It you want Insuranco, or a. loan on
your farm, call on or writo Will G.
Fields. ' 4-U tf
Miss Erma Crabtree was quite sick
the first of tho week, but Ib again able
to be about nt this time.
Monry paid when papers nro signed,
if ynu get your farm loan of CARSON,
THE LOAN MAN. 10-31 tf
THREE-ROOM HOUSE and lorge
pasture to rent, i mile of Beaver.
0-20 tf Waltm C Fbazeb.
We want your business. Come In
ond get acquainted with CARSON,
THE LOAN MAN. 10 31 tf
Tho Liberal Hardware Co Is now
located on the South Stdo.
10-3 tf Tuos W Gaw.
Money to loan on farms. Seo John
W. Savage, first building oast of the
Will JG. Fields has plenty of money
ta loan on farms. Office in Munsell
building. -11 tf
Quick Money, Easy Terms. Apply to
John W. Savage, just across tho
'bridge'" for your farm loans.
Loans andlnsuianco, I have what
you want. JohuW. S voce, first build
ing east of Conf House.
Drop Hqad Sewing Machlno with full
sot of attachments, guaranteed for 10
years, $13.05 cash, at Liboral Hardware
Graphophones and Records for sale
at .Beaver Hd . & Furn Store. Rec
ords fit any gr'aphophone using a disc
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aches will disappear, For sale by all
A 23 room boarding or rooming houso
for sale or trade for Western land.
Good business always full. Address
157 N Topeka,
10-21 ll-li pd Wichita, Kai.
On Sunday. October 13, 1012. after
tho reaching services wore ended at
Capital Viow, a wedding march was
played by Miss Iluliy Beat, anu oir. un
Hndden and Miss Bessie Cox came to
tho altar and were united in marriage
by Rev. H. W. Cox, the bride's father.
Tho groom Is from Decatur, Illinois
and Is now engaged in farming In Bra
ver county. He is a young man who
has mado a good start In life for him
self. The bride Is tho daughter of the
Methodist Pastor, and Is a highly ro
spected yojug lady, well liked by air
her acquaintances. The Herald Join
in good wishes for tho prosperity and
happiness of the newly mated pair.
SCHOOL JN OTES.
Report for week ending Oct. 25, 1012:
Total enrollment. 130.
Average daily attendance, 122.
Pupils attending every day, 110.
Cases of tardiness, 4.
Naes of visitors for Grammar
Edna Cayler, Mrs. II. D. Steele,
Maude Arbuckle, G. E. Nichols, Arian
Scott, FlorencoGonne, Katharine Jett,
Anna Gregory, Mr. Fellows.
Wo liavo In tho vicinity of Bcover
City a new piano and a now player
piano which wo will sell at a bar
uain for cash or a erfnd short timo note.
rather than to ro.shlD them. Address,
Schuhan Piano Company,
10-10 1-0 3mo Hutchinson, Kans.
Tho Liboral Hardware Co. Is now
located on the South Side.
10.3 tf Titos. W. Gaw.
If you have money we want it.
If you want money we have it.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
OF FORGAN, OKLAHOMA
We are prepared to loan prospective
customers money to harvest and
market their fall crops.
For Congress 2d District
Hon. Dick T. Morgan
Thomas P. Uraidwood
For County Judga
George II. Hcnly
For County Attorney
John A. Spolui
For County Treasurer
Elmer L. Flckel
For County Clerk
George 11. Wright
For County Assessor
Prank II. Drum
For County Surveyor
K Phelps' " T
For Glork of tho District Court
G. T. Aycrs
For Register of Deeds
Harry M. Bulick
For County Superintendent
Henry C. Pellow
For Commissioner 1st District
For Commissioner 2d Disttiot
A. A. Haskell
For Commissioner 3d District
J. L. Duerson
Christian Church Services.
Services at tho Christian church Sun
day morning and cvonlng, November 2,
as follow, i
Bible School atOMSa. m.
Morning Subject "The Beam First '
Evening Subject "The Great Agent
Prayer mooting Wednesday evening
at 8:00 p. in.
L. L. Shaw, Pastor.
Alan With Teams, Wanted.
I want some one with teams and rigs
to take chargo of the Beaver-Meade
Star Mail route, Good proposition to
J. R. Quinn, Contractor,
10-10 tf Beaver, Okla.
Sunday School ut 10 a. in.
Preaching at 11 o'clock a, m.
Preaching nt 8:00 p, in,
Char. 11. Leei-ir, Pastor.
Fortunes In Faces.
There's often much truth In the say
ing "her face is her fortune," but Its
never said whero pimples, skin erup
tions, blotches, or other blomlshrs dls
figure It. Impure blood is back of
them all, and showf the need of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They promote
health and beauty. Try them. 23 cents
at Fred O. Tracy's,
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
Henry H. Miller, deceased, ore requir
ed to present the same, with tho nec
essary vouchers, to tho undersigned,
Administrator, Beaver, Okla,, within
four months of the date hereof, or the
same will be forever barred
Dated October 24, 1012.
W. G. FIELDS,
10-21 11-14 lw Administrator,
Roll of Honor.
The following readers of the Herald
hove remembered us with a renewal or
now subscription tho past week:'
Ira S. Wilson, Couch, renewal,
II. F. Yadon, Java, Mont., new sub.
Jake Hanck, Knnwlfs, new sub.
Ben Sanderson, Floris, new sub.
Newton Pickett, Clear Lake, renewal.
L. L. Maxwell, Balko, renewal.
Mrs. Lilllo Davis, Floris, rcnowal.
Bob MoFarland, Beaver, renewal.
G T. Simons, Gato, renewal.
II. E. Bartholomew, Sophia, renewal,
Mrs. Grant Harmon, Richfield, Kansas
M.L. Mallatt.Eaglevlllo.Mo. new sub.
Mrs. John T. Young, Humboldt, 111.,
now sub. by Mrs. S. Hines, Beaver.
E M. Adams, Knoules, renewal.
H. T Garrett, Elmwood, renewal.
L. N. Ellexson, I.orena, renewal.
E, II. Carleton, Boyd, renewal. ,
E. B. Holland, Doutbey, renawa'.
A. W. Brock, Elmwood, new sub.
I J. II. Csrtor, Speermore, new sub.
W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had a
cold, and bofore the bottle was all
used the boy's cold was gono. Is that
not better than to pay a five dollar
doctor's bill? For sale by all dealers.
II. T. Garrett, of Elmwood, brought
the Herald office a sample of late seed
ling peaches the past week which were
exceptionally good ones Mr. Garrett
had a good quantity of peaches this
year of an excellent quality, and these
late ones were especially beauties.
Miss Mattie Thompson, nurse, re
turned to BcaveV Sunday from Koko
mo, whero she cared for Fred Lile dur
ing a severe attack of' typhoid fever.
Fred U able to be about now, and safe
on tho road to recovery. His was a
particularly critical case, and too much
credit cannot be given Miss Thompson
fpr her faithful and skillful care, which
made his recovery possible,
Have You Seen
Tho New Stock of Furniture that has just
arrived at our store? We now have every
thing that anyone might need in theso Roods.
Wo also carry a complete- line of
Beaver Hdwc. & Furn: Co.