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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28 1902.
Under auspices of
BEAVER AND LOGAN CAMPS
There will lie a Grand Log Rolling
on September, 17, 18 and 19th,
1902, at Hulit's Grove on
Good Speaking We will tell and
explain all about the Woodmen.
Program for each day-No dragging
Always some excitemEnt.
Fresh beef at
A number from Heaver attended n
danco on llic Cimarron nt the lionm uf
William Dick Saturday night. Tlicjr
report a splendid lime
Wc expect, to leave B.'uvnr about
ScptctuVcr l.'itli. Anyone desiring den
ml work J (i lie diould cull nt once Wc
extract tcctli by tlio painless nictbod.
Drs. Y.mt & Uborn,
MNs Slcil Tremain, uf Pratt, Kan
sas, is visiting with her undo J. 11.
Quinn and family, Mis Jennie Qiiinn
will accompany bcr buuic and j crimps
remain all winter.
I have .1 li?l or Iowa and Kansas
tmvcrrt wlio want tit buy ranches in
Beaver county. Ifjou want to cell
yours list it w'th uiu at Heaver, O. T.
A P. Hock.
All the usual amusements and sports Good literary
exercises each day
Remember the dates and place and allow nothing to
keep you at home.
Yill try to please, amuse and instruct everyone who
C. V. Ault, A. N. Howe, Roy Blown,
Executive Committee Logan Camp.
II. E. G. Putman, M. E. Hibbs, C. O. Tannehill,
Executive Committee Beaver Camp
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Kueb dny briiign clouds but no rain.
Do youV'cd a uew bat or pair ol
glovct? 8co F. C. Tracy.
McUuire ut Heaver, Britcuitcr 5tL;
Ivuuboe, September U'.b.
Clcmeut May is workiug for Nettie
Thomas ami Brothers.
I liavo a good I1U7 rake for sale also,
a good narrow. Mrs. Elvira Uartiucl.
Ilutiu &"Drowii, Liberal, Kansas, are
THK lumber dualcra.
Jobn Savileo went over to M. W
Amdiulx's Sunday returning Monday.
A number of our cattlemen aro fcliip-
plug their slock ibis week.
0. It Wright blur ltd oUl ,0 Rx ul'
hi political fences this week.
Wihiuiu Rtddick and wifo aro the
parents of a son born roccntly.
All those owing mo please call and
pay up by October 1. Wm, White.
Miss Cortba KayiJ started on a trip
to the weft nd yesterday.
Den llogve is helping L. M. Larscn
Ub bis woll drilling outfit.
Jeff IlcuJeMon is workiug for J. 0.
Remember the b.ll at lb hall Scp
touibcr lOih and be buro and atlctid.
For a jolly lliuo atteud tho dance
Henry Meyer has been employed or
foreman onho McFarUuJ ranch.
Jsso Owstrect mado commutation
jiroof on his claim Saturday.
Mis. WillUui VVvt who was bo se
rioualy til 1.1 Improving.
Wanted A bright girl or boy to
learn tho printer's trade. For particu
lars call at thin ofi'u-e.
II. J. Chlleolt, Hcpublicau candidate
for county clerk, started out on uti
electioneering tour Friday.
Mrs. Ida Q raves of Cliuc, was among
those from a distance who transacted
business in town this week.
When you no to Liberal, Kansas, sec
Holln &, Drown and comparo their
prices with others.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
William Plain, of Kltmvood, on Tues
day, August, 19.
Tho dato for tho Old Suldiera He.
union at this placo has been set lor Oc
tober 2, ii, and (,
J, W, Webb has bceu doing tho cow
boy act tho past week helping gather
tbclr cuttle to ahip.
Miu Puulluo Klugc, who has been
staying at tho City Hotel for souio time
was quite sick last week.
Seo the now lino of inona' hats and
mens' and womens gloves at F. 0.
Mrs. Kuih Smith aud daughter, Mrs.
Mablu Peck ham expect to uiako a visit
to Kansas soon,
A. D. aud B. W. Hens were in town
Saturday. A. D. undo proof on bin
A. Qrovcs went to Liberal Thursday
to lako hit daughter, Mrs. Delia ilallin
gcr to tho traiu.
One of the saddest occurrences thai
ban happened Tor boiiio tinio was the
doath of a littlo ktii of Mr. Drum, ol
Coou creek, brother of H C. Drum.
Some litno ago tho 111 t to fvllow wu
kicked by a vicluus homo hilt It wa
thuufilil lint he hud recovered from
thu accident. One day last week the
child was nut in the ynrd when he
droppod d.'ad. Whllo death miy hav
resulted frmn some oi!cr cause, it U
thought that tho kick was tho real
iaiBLu (l.inn.a llcalv of
iailllBkd luilmas in town last )yi4
Hfeho best lino ufjJnXBdwaJ ofi'
Btu to m t f-
Tho "littlo dropa of watur" that
bavo fallen in thin viciulty tho past
month would not uiako many "mighty
Gov, Ferguson has Usued a procla
mation unking that the citizens of Ok.
lalioma objervo September, 1st as La
lJulin & Urowu, Liberal, Kansas,
keep at all times an incxbaustabio.iup-
iily of coal and Icuco luatcriul, aa well
lotujilclo lino of builders' goods.
There will be n dancu ut tl e hall on
Wednesday night, September, 10th.
Kvmlimly aro urged to 1k prcfcut m
tliid will bo the best danco of tbo sea
son. Ilolin & Drown, Liberal, Kansas
have a complete stock of lumber, linn
cement and all kinds of builders' ruato
rial, which they arc telling at compe
Hon. 11 S McQulrt will airivo in
Heaver and addnM tho people here nn
the afternoon of Scptcmhtr, 6th. He
will go frem hero to Ivanhoo fur a
mooting on the afternoon or September
Gili. Be sure and attend tbo uicciing
Mtacn Maude mid Otsio Dauks and
brother llolsic, of Nye, leave tomorrow
fur llmporia, Kansas. HuUie and
Mi'-s Otsio will attend fr.hool. Mia
.Muudo will complete her course iu uiu
mc. fc'iraycd Prom the ranso joul'j of
Dealer one two-year old heifer, brund
id sluMi right hip, T over righ
hhruldcr. Inrormation regarding same
will be suitably ruwnided.
Maude 0. Thomas.
T. A. Dim'Uuii of Pucatello, Idaho,
wai In town Saturday. Mr. DodsouV
wilb was formerly Miss Prances Taylor,
and will bo remembered by many Ilea
terfriotd! Mr. Dodaon was down
filing oh laud.
J. W. Quun, of tho Kicwa, was ar
rested last week for threatening to kill
0. W. I.elinui. Iu hit preliminary tri
ut before Judge Tannehill ho iut up a
bond for his appearance at tho next
term of District court.
Do you contemplate putting in any
wind mlllr? Holln & Drown, Liberal
Kaunas, always carry u complete lino of
wiud mill timbers and tank stuff, uko
fence post a and wire. Seo them be
fore purchasing eleowhrw.
Mrs. J. W. Dmkcr, of Dorchester,
Nobnivkii, aunt of F. 0. Trasv and
Mrs. W. II. Thonia, arrived at this
placo Thursday and will spend a few
weeks visiting. Will Tbomas and wife
met her at Meade. Mr. llowker will
coino out iu about two weeks.
Owcu Luuulirln who wont down to
Woodward county sotno time ago, had
tl.u mlsfortuua to loso one of his Gun
mureo wbllo there. Ho wroto for hU
sou to come after him. Prank went
down to meet them Sunday and ho will
bo accompanied botuu by his sister and
Mrs. It. H. Luulbourrow spent a few
days viiitiug at Liberal lust week and
this. Bho accompanied Mrs. Delia
Halllnger to that place. Mm. Uallin
ucr iutcndrd to tako tho train Thursday
for homo but owing to tho slckncis of
her son Harry was forced to lay over a
day at Liberal.
Sheriff Hibbs brought Iu MeQin
ucs last wck, who was charged with
huviug broken into tbo tioro of Johu
Skclly at Mineral. A youn tuau iy
the uams of Diito was also arrested,
At their preliminary healing at Uurrstt
thilr bond for appearance at District
court was fixed at Sl&CO in default of
which MiUiouei was lodged in jail at
this, place, Hrito guvo baud fur bis st
The relatives and Iricnds and t tic
commutiity in general wcrn grieved
thi!i week over tho minus illncM til
Mrs. Ilatlio Hogtic, Mrs. Heguo wn
taken seriously ill ou Sunday cvoiiiii)
and for a limo her recovery wai doubt
ful. Dr. Munsoll was aummonicd and
sluyed constantly at her bedside until
Wednesday niDining Dr. Nichold, of
Liberal and Dr. Dickcrson, of Nyo,
were also in attendance. At this time
(Wednesday afternoon) Mrs. Digue is
considered out of a dangerous condition
The Ouymoti Herald unintentionally
pays a compliment to P. (J. Trucy by
accusing him of po3seiing Hepablican
friend!) in mch uti'iibcrs as to ho n fac
tor in lb . Republican convention. Be
fore a county official can sccuro any
considerable number of political friends
from the opposite parly, he must have
rendrrcd satisfactory service iu his of.
(ice. It is also a fact that when an of
ficial of this county dues prove ifli.-ient
and economical, the taxpayers will
statid by him regardless or the appeals
partisanship aud misrepresentations ol
his pergonal enemies. If tbo Guy in on
Herald intended its aiticlo to be accept
ed for the truth, it Is nu ocknowledg
incut that Mr Tracy is a capable and
utf'actorv official eleo he could not
have gained his Republican friends.
Thu article was not iiilcti ltd a u com
pliment however, and FrcJ need not
feel flittered. Tho Quyinun Herald,
iu pursuance of its poliiy, "anything to
lieat Tracy," thought ilio article would
There will be au at tempt made thru
Republican friends of a Democratic
candidate, to nominate a weak Repub
lican for county clerk in order to insure
tbo election of Trucy. When tbo Rc
publhuui of tho county meet iu con
vention they will block that kind of a
game. The chemu was worked in the
convention two years ago, aid it will
not be repeated. 0 uymon Herald.
Mr. Qiiinn probably took as active
interest as any oilier person iu the nom
inatian of tho Republican candidates
of iDoO, and thers is no inoro ground
to assume that tho Republican frieuds
of Tracy dictated tho nomination for
tho purpose of securing a "weak can
didate than there is to asuino that
Quinn was nominated for county attor
ney for the same reason. Tho ''weak
candidute" which the Quymon Herald
meutlons polled as I irgo a voto fur
clerk in did the tdi'or uflhat paper
for county atlirncy. The article is si in
ply '-hot air" written to further its pul.
icy or, "anything to beat Tracy."
Public notice is hereby given that
tho school board in and for District
No 2-1. township U, range lil, Heaver
county, Territory of Oklahoma, will re
ceive bids for tbo building of tod Mails
fur a school house, dimensions to bo 18
foot by '21 feet from uutsido to outside.
7 foot high, walls to be 2 foot llibk.
Dius will bo received at tho Court
bouso iu Deavcr, Beaver county, Ter
ritory of Okluhoma, September, Utb,
1 1Kb, at 3 0 clock p. m.
The said Hoard reserves thci!';ht to
reject any nnd all bid".
By order of the Board.
J. R. Qnluu,
Dated, August, 25, ifJOi.
We, tho undersigned having dispos
ed uf our Grocery bti-iiacni desiro to
Hiuare up our book acrouots, AH
thoso who are owing us will pleaso call
at tho oflico of R, II. Loofbourrow and
settle their accounts.
3 w Lnnfiiourrow & Sou,
Notice is hereby given that the ad
dress or whereabouts of tho bcira of
J. W. Smith, deceased, is not known,
When last heard from they were roeld
cug in Missouri. Information which
will lead to their whereabouts thould
bo communicated to
T, I HitAiDwopij, Adiur.
Biaycr, 0. T.
A Trip to South Amorlcn.
The following letter written ty Char
loy Hess, who U tMVollug in South
America wi I bo of lutctc.it to our read
err: lie didn't sn"!i to hear iii . intend he
appeared liaic f.ii n n ( it li 11
and i'i .in:Udi liiml.i 1 i,n iiii.iom. I
ffeni Li'k 'Hi'l TVi.l.cd I. tin up Kg. nn
and i Jl..iii. il l.i l.liu that tiuiH wnils
fur ii-i ti'.ri, or miilu tit her, untl if be
ex l in enjoy my siicuiy lor any
ltii'l'i ol lime he hvd better stay Willi
me, He did not itccm to utidotand
Piigli'h and went toshep even uhile I
was (hiking to him Kcriuti-ly mid trying
to pcrsuado him that bis cuidiiui wuh
vcrv t!ngeiiiliiin.tily (o my iheleiH.
I sat down nu a rock mid giz.'il nt my
nlccpiug enmrado mid pun bred deeply.
Vagunly llnrc il tated through my inind
tho iik'.i that tho Scribes of olden
limes bad made a mist ike in interpret
ing tho hfaered Word for I could n -member
where it Is m-nlioiitd that an
urmy of locuts wcic c:iil ns a curse to
the children I-iael aud 1 wns oiiviuc
. (hat that was intended as an iiriny
of mules for ifonctuulo can diive a
mr.n to distraction, 1 can imagiuu 1I10
tears of despair 11 whole generation
would idled when they found I hey hud
to contend with nn army of mulrs
which perhaps amounted to ecveru!
mules to the man. About this limo I
saw my old companion, I be old pros,
pector, approaching ami when ho came
up I explained my difficulties to him.
Together wo enured into nnollur ar
gument with the mule but ufler a hull'
an hour or so when wo found we had
out advanced more than a couplo uf
inches wo desisted aud held a council
of war. After seri jus consideration by
the ways aud in cms committee, it was
titrinimuusl7 decided that the only way
to niakn any uro pr. gics was for me
to ride the mule uercs. Nn. it was
ulwnys a peculiar habit of mine to do
things if I have to, bo I mounted anil
on tbi bridge I rode. I belie c I did
shut my eyes for u littlo way aud ihen
I could feel myself going aloi.g ho
smoothly that I ventured one rye on
it and dually both. I crossed without
.1 fchuduw of an accident and from thai
time forth I never Hied 1 0 lead that
mule and I rodo him across 7.r bridges
at bast but I will admit that I never
got quite Used to thu vibrutioii of a
wite hi idgo.
I have never minded cresting a Irgb
narrow bridgo if it is stationery but
when I am 100 feet from the water
and the biidgo is bouncing up and
down and swinging tddcwuy, 1 don't
hcvui to ctij.iy myself. I bavo ridden
many different saddle animals Ih my
time but that mule was not only the
best sad Her but be wus the moHt siiga-
cioii", sure-fooled animal I hsvu ever
ridden. Hy the time I bad rode that
mule a week I would trust bis judg
ment much farther than I would 111
own. Ho never slipped ou slippery
ground; never stumbled over louse
stones and in every way he give mo to
understand that he wasi.'t raised iu the
Andes lor nothing. Diforo I distiibs
the mule cubjeot I will tell you some,
thing else be did. After I returned
from Quito in about three days I had
occasion to go down tha new railroad a
few miles. I wus riding down the road
bed and mimed the trail where il turn
ed up on thcMdo of the mountain.
rode on down a couple of miles and
then 1 discovered my mistako for the
road crossed the Chum Cham rirer ni
this point aud there wus no'biug to
cross ou except the lies which wcru
about 8 inches apart. 1 didn't want
to go back ho I rode old Turn up Iu (ho
end of tho bridge, got (.fl and MurUd
him on. As soon as ho knew what 1
wanted of him he just delibvrutily
walked across on tho ties ihi same us
if It was a tery ordinary matter to him.
Tho only difference I could notice was,
ho would stop about every &0 feet and
look down through the bridge nt the
water below. Not becuuio ho wa
scared but becausa he was wondeiiiij,
incidentally, how tho man who buili
(hut bridge happened to run out of ma
terial. Whip I came to the bridge
that crossed back 1 crossed him the
same way and be crossed unnli bteali.
cr than I could.
All up tho Cham Cham liver, wc
followed It most of tho wuy, there aro
littlo lndlau villages every it or I5
O ABTHR rJFB AOT".
ient for Ucleye "parmihei rvjacrjlrtery
Give me your order for Wind Mills,
Pumps, Casings, Pipe,
can fill your order for
anything in my line,
ROBERTS, WEBB &
CRDCEHIES, PKIOnS, FEED,
FLOUR, DHY GOODS. ruR-
niTUI, EERTS FUR-
RO CREDIT OUT MILL ACCEPT
TIE MEADE LUMBER AND
(North of Bank,)
Has a big stock of Lumber and theV
are going to sell it, 2x4 and 2x6
No I dimensions at $21. per IV)
Good 12 inch Stock Boards at $21. per thousand feel
1x4 and 1x6 dressed fencing for sheeting', boxing
and bats at $20 per thousand.
SAMUEL WESTON, Manager,
If uou gqu'I bcoood
At the Republican primary yesterday
0. R. Bhuichaid, Wm. White, B. 0.
Lowis, Wiu. Q ilnu and 0 1) lYckhsiu
wee vhiKon as dilcgitc to tbr eouutj
III what ynu wear and where you buy it. Young man, if you Want to lon,
so "swell" that your rival will turn grecu with envy aud your"btet" feel pr'oiTJV
to bo seen on lite street with you, just go to
and get one of those Sblrl WuUts ami a pew I la.
pair of those new Shoes he bun Just received
od, by llwJfVljJJ !
You'll bu sIlMlyJn, lie a)J -
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