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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905.
.Are orfTy for the Rich but our prices
will reach everybody-Both
Rich and Poor.
Our lino of Groceries is complete and noth
ing but tho best grado is handled. No
stale goods found on our shclrcs. Try our
They are par excellence. Everything usu
ally found in an Up-to-Date Grocery and
Feed Store will bo found with us.
TtffilLHtl, 13&0WER A El GARDEN
Little Cash buus Mucli,
May be had of
When your Harness needs Repairing or oiling, ho will clean them and soak in a
barrel of best Harness oil for $1.09 to $1,50 according to size.
INTERNATIONAL STOCK ' FOOD.
For Chickens, Pigs, Cows and Horses always on hand. Give me a call.
j&w &&m tm&t& $&&
w mfii& tsmz ;&
Something new every day ot Uakcr'o.
Alfalfa Set d lor Halo SC.00 bushel
I'eiuiv ICitE, Hlmwood, OUla.
J. W- Cuhveil and J. II. Linttou
went to Quvmnn WddiiPfld.iy.
H. Garrett ui.ule ti business trip
over on the Kiowa Wednesday.
All kinds of gardeu aud Geld seeds
toil hand at all tiuicf,
J. K. GEonau, Liberal, Kansas.
Clyde Maple was over lroiu River
side Monday aud speut tho day in
Albert Potter carries a lull lino of
feed. Banner Feed btoro of Motde,
Just received, a-car of Cotton Seed,
felso u car of Northern seed potatoes.
J. U, Grquok, Liberal, Kansas.
No uiorc drudgety 0:1 wash
you call at Tracy's and get a
dinple ot' Puritina.
Wanted By Albert Putter, Mcado,
Kansas, 2000 bushels of cane becd
Will pay highest' market priio.
Wanted-'-Hy Albert Potter, Meade,
Kansas, 2030 bushels ot'-cano seed
Will pay highest market price.
Albert Potter carries a full lino of
feed. Banner Feed btoro of Meade,
Harry Hunt.011 left tho Utter part
f tho week for Wichita at which place
lio has secured employment. Ha will
be absent for noun time,
1 1 1 1
John Sims wa up iroiu Luclcnood
Saturday transacting business i.i the
couut7 felt. Whilo in ho renewed for
Township Asso-sor Lewis is busy
this week with hU official duties tho
other fellow U busy avoidiug Mr
C. 0. TANNEHILL, Notary
Public and Dealer 4n Real Es
tate. Call on him for Bargains
In Deeded Land.
M. Q, McClelland made a
and official trip to Wichita this
being absent from the county beat sev
Sheriff Naylor md (Juuuty
Loofbourrow made a business
Tyrone tho first of the week returning
homo Thursday. -
D. M. Kile aa 1 I'an.i'y w nt out tu
Cler Creek th we k to r it am for
nveral day visit nt; with re'ativos
and looting aft r busine 1 interests 0 1
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To Tho Public,
Having assumed tho obligations of
tho ll.ink of Heaver City aud opened
its doun, lor business wo respectfully
irolU-it the patronage not only of its
'former patrons, but of those whoso cus
tom was witbcld under tho former
management. Assuring you that every
dollar of the slock is owned by tho un-
uersigncu, mat us uusiness sunn remain
uuder our own supervision, and that
it shall always bo our earnest endeavor
to 1. fiord every accomodation consistent
with conservative banning and tho
ecuiity of the funds entrusted to our
J. W. Webb, Owning 18 shares.
James Hare, do 36 do
Frank Lmighrin, do 10 do
S. A. Liughriu, do 10 do
V. Tiacy, do 0 do
R. II. Loofbourrow, do 5i do
II. E. G. Putman, do 3 do
L. S. Munsell, do 2 do
Muudo O. Thomas, do 2 do
J. W. Savage, do 1 do
W. Culwcll is having a substan
tial residence constructed in tho South
part of town. The south feido is on
the boom and will make the best resi
dence portion of town.
Mi?8 Dot Ilerron'otrived in Reaver
Thursday from Anadarfco and will
spend some timo hero on a yisit to her
aunt, Mrs. 11. II, Loofbourrow. Miss
Dot is on her way to Arizona to visit.
Her many friends in Beaver are glad
to sco her aud hope that her stay may
be so pleasant that she will decido to
stop again on her return homo from
Arizona. Wo notico quito a chaugo in'
tuiss not, sue uaving grown to a most
charming and accomplished ynung lady,
Sho rcport3 Dyke B illiuger and family,
with whom she makes bur hnuio, as
beii g well and proup tous all of which
their many Heaver friends A'l be glad
Fifty Years (he Siandtri
Halt from purt crow tf
tartar derived f ram grafts,
rnlCC fcAKIHO POWDKR PQ,
JUDGE CARTER TRAGY DEAD. k,1:
Ono of tho Oldost Residents ot
Beavor Oounty, Passes Awny.
Dies at Kansas City.
Funoral Conducted from tliu Homo Sun
day, by tho Masonic Order and In
tormont In Beavor Comotery,
It is with deep sorrow that wo aro
called to chronicle tho death of ono of
Beaver Coduty'a ol.loit and mot
respected citizons, Judgo Carter Traey,
who passed nway at St. Joseph's hos
pital in Kansis City. Mo, Thursday
morning, April, G, 1905, to which ploco
he had been taken by bis eon P. C
Tracy, and Ur. Munsotl, a lew d tys
previous, for treatment. Tho
causo of death was due tu dropsy
and heart failuro.
Tho hto Mr. Traey has boon an in
valid the past year and although his
condition seemed imprufcd at times it
was evident to tho-io who were most in
terested that ho was gradually growing
weaker in spite of all' that medical
skill could do to relieve him, and the
recent trip to Kansas City was taken
moro tp satisfy tho feeling that nothing
should bo left undone, thin in the hope
that tho sufferer could b-iflle the fight
againt the stubborn will oftho Qriin Do
stroyer. However, after tho trip was
made, it seemed that'thrro miht yet bo
1 801110 chance for pirtial rcoavpry until
tho end c.vne so quickly and yet so
peacefully on Thursday morning at 10
o'clock, wheu tho deceused dropped
off into a quiet, sleep and pissed from
tho buffering-nnd sorrow ol this world
into the mysteries of tho world beyond,
without a ytruggla and with a milo 011
his face that betokened that the weary
soul had found rest ami that all his
piin had been alleviated by that Great
Carter Tracy' was born on a farm
near Vorgonties, Vermont, December,
1G, 1831, ana at his death was in hi
seventy-fourth year. When live years
old his parents emigrated to. the th'-n
new stato of Illinois, and settled in tho
town of Rochester whern bis father
soon died. Whilo yet a boy he eutered
his step-father's store as a clerk, hit
cr becoming a pirtnor, and for nearly
sixty years ho followed tho mercantile
In early life he wis a Whi;. But
upon tho dissolution of that party he
became a strong follower of Douglas
and ever afterwards affiliated with tho
Democratic- party. Ho held his first po
liticul office when tweutynno years old,
and for over thirty years continuously
held offices of public trust in his home
town uid county. Ho was a delegate
to tha Nitiontl Convention which
nominated Tilden for President. Fur
years ho was a member of tho Super
visors of Sangannn Couuty, serving
two terms as Chairman, from which
position ho resignod on election to tho
legislature In 1883 ho moved to
what is now Beaver County, aud to
tho town of Beaver in 1891 where he
has (.inco been enguged in mercantile
business and practicing bis profession
as an attorney. In 1893 ho was ap
pointed Probate Judge by Govornor
Iteufruw, which position ho held by
successive elections until 1899 9ince
which time ho has devoted his atten
tion to his business and tho practico of
law, chiefly in tho capacity of a legal
adviitr; appearing in court only at
times when his ' sympathies were
Tnoso who know him best wero his
warmest fiicnds and his honesty and
uprightness was admired by all, llu
scorned to do a mean act but faced
every difficulty as a man and overcome
every obstacle without worry. His
counsel and advice was sought after
aud his rare executive ubility was ono
of his most noted accomplishments.
Quick to see opportunities and deter
mined and resolute, he made his in
fluence felt to all with whom ho cume
(11 contact. Nobody over heard him
.j.juu'Um bat, on the other bund,
louud htm ofr ri'udy to fpeak words
of good i-hr r. Ho Was a deVp thinker
and u in in uf matbivo inttiilect. Au
idle moment was uuki on to him,
and o this fact mav bu larliully at-
tribu.cd h! demise.
As a father Mr. Tracy was kind and
considerate and In deeds were marked
withilovo utid indulgence. Nothing
was witbcld ut his hand which was for
the b vt tntTct of iLdbu near and dear
to hixi. Hi was ever 11 e.uid and
udvit' 'nd llio trui w.irlh of his ilja
ture j't'lguieiit w rualitud and bis in-
ilueu' v iu tu hi- home.
Hi nu Prvd (' , -nil daughter Mrp,
IV. H Th mi mm Mm.
tu ral rvc w re conducted from
It- rJ u., u.$, ,U -Jj:w.i? oj thf
Mnonic Lodga of IJfnvcr. llov. J.
D. Niks gave a short talk lircvious to
e Mitsnuiu bcrviov. The fjnctal
es of the Order were impiesivo and
tliu ccreiiitiny a beautiful one. All
marks of respect that could bo shown
wero voicad by the attendant concoursn
of friends who deeply and linjcrely
mourn (ho death of quo who has
been one of our most highly respected
citizons and an honored friend.
Interment whs made in ttin Beaver
cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
when tho LiRt huiurs wero bcowed
by the brother Master Masons.
Tho Beavor Dank Ro-Opons.
Tho local stockholders have paid to
E. It. Coffey, lt!cemr of tho Bank of
Beaver City, 17,200.00, tjio amount
necessary to replxuo tho McPhcrson dp-
lalcation und place bank otija so 11 ml fi
nancial basis again. The Receiver !uu
notified all depositors to call and re
ceive the r.iiiouut of their dcpoils.
Every depositor will receive tho
amount of his deposit from tho Receiv
er, and cm then rc-depotit it with
tho reorganized batik uuder homo peo
ple, or dispose of il iu whatever manner
Every dollar of the bank stock is
now owned by huino people, whofa
names we enter below. Tho bank will
bo managed by homo people, whom
uvoriuce knows to bo honest, reliable
mid financially able to conduct the
bank with security to its depositors.'
The stocklioldun met yesterday and
elected the following officer.-: Presi
dent, J. W. Webb; Vice-President,
.nines Bare; Cashier, Frank Laughriii;
Assistant Cashier. F. C. Traejj Secio
tary, .Muudo Of Furnas; the flyo above
together with It 1 1 Loofboiirrow nud
II. K G. Put mini, 'instituting a board
of sorou directors, who will piss upon
all transactors of the bank. By per
mission of tho Court, tho officers will
outer upon their duties us a bank, in
tho bank building, but tbu Receiver
cannot bo discharged until Court meets
heio next week.
It was no fmall snerifioo on the pait
of theso local atouUioIdurs to assume
tho defalcation of tbo McPhcftous' and
again place the bank on a sound basis.
In order; that no ono should lose a cent
ttiroagti a pauK in which tut y Hud a
small interest yet, in no manner, were
connected with its management) thoy
have voluntarily subscribed sovtn hun
dred dollars for cvory hundred that
they would havo been culled upoo to
pay, under tho law, had the bunk been
permitted to sloso.
When every depositor goca to tho
Receiver ami draws 100 oenta on the
dollar (or his deposit, instoad of 40 or
SO cents, they should remember that it
wai by tho pcrsoual sacrifiuo of theso
lioino stockholders that it was made
possible, and when they have banking
business to transact in the future, those
people ceituiuly deserve a portion of
their custom, if not all.
Tbo names of these stockholders, to.
gethcr with tho amount they wcro le
gallv liable for, and amount thoy vol
untarily subscribod, is as fnllowf:
Legally IJable. Vol. subscribed.
Jas. Bare, 8500 SOI 92
V. ASA Laughrin, 700 M72
J. W. Webb, 300 309G
C. & V. O Traoy, 200 .1118
It. H. Loofbourrow, 100 01G
II. E G. Putman, 500 010
Maude O. Thomas, 100 311
L. S. Munbell, 100 311
J. W. Savago, 100 172
Total amount liabb for, under tho
law, S2G0O.00; Total amount sub
scribed to pay depositors in lull and
placo bank on sound bisis, 317200.
Tho next regular mooting of tho
Denver County Teachers' Examination
will bo helil on Thursday and Friday,
April, 27 and 28, lOOTi lleretoforo
tho examinations have been held on
Fridny and Saturday.
4-0 4-20 3. Ella Bakkk, Co, Supt
Continued from pngu 2.
Harrj Uinlngtou, .3 1 flO
A. W Tooloy. 2 1 00
Earl Wilson, . . . 3 1,00
VMilhbbs... . 1.. .... .50
Chas. Light 5 2.J
UoyMoCool, 1... 50
L. K. Dunn, 1 SO
Tabling Redemer, 2 liOO
Chas. White, 0 150
Avnrd Swnrd, ...,0 3.00
O. H Wells 3.: 1.50
J.O.Grnshnm 3..: 150
J.AI Beasloy, 2 1.00
G. M Moody 2 1 00
Geo. W. Crabtrec,. 10 ,..a 00
E. W. Porkins, ... 10..... .5,00
Win. Whitakof 2 50
Ray, Rhodes, l... ,.-50
1). ti Mackey,..., 2 1.00
E F. Bnker ?ti J3 OO
R.O.Allison i ..." 2 00
J D. Couvoll,. . 4 .. 2 00
On motion of fihlolds, tho family uf
W. J, Adam wits all 1 3 00 ior
wt'ek for a t pnof lour Gneiss
plies to bo bought at tno grocery df
! A Or Love
vj ino,H W9 wlwwfi vmmi v?roi
allowed In tho llefllo family disaster:
Holin Brown, 5 coffins. J1U.08
Mrs. Lynch, ninotint claimed -13 6C;
nmnimt ntlowrd $12.00
Mrs Isnhell amount cialmod f 38.51 j
amount nllourd 10. (X)
W II. Lnnguon, ninnunt claimed
540 00; amount allowed JUO 00.
Un motion of T O James tho
l'tmnds, was nllowivl. Amount claim
ed $27. SO nml further aid ho suspended
On motion of T O. .lames, the hill
ofA.L Diigmi fnrnipilleiim and sup-"
piles for Mr Pounds was allowed.
Amount allowed, f 25 (XI
On motion tho bills of l)r L S Mun
sell for medical nttcudancu on pris
oner and member of Board of Health,
Was allowed Amount allowed ?13 CO
On motion tho bill of W. 11 I.nnc
nton, for medical ntteudnncn was al
lowed Amount allowed, $1 -15
On motion tho bills of W H Lang
ston were allowed as follows:
Amount claimed, fOOOO; iimount al
lowed as nay for medicino 55 00
Amount claimed $100 00; amount al
lowed for medicine fo 00
Amount clnlmod 57 00; amount nl
lowed for medicine, 85 00
The Board adjourned until 0 o'clock,
Beaver, Okla .
April, I, 1U03.
Tho Bo mil met puisimnt to ad
journment. All members being pres
ent. On motion tho bill of 1 P. Mndi
roii, supplies for poor, nmoiint $10 00
Ou'muilon the lilll of the Slate Capital
Pi liillnc t'oinjmny , ninnunt claimed $10.55
vriiH Ut'l out until next regular meeting
of Iho llonril.
On motion tlie Mils of Mauds Tlinni.
imoiinls $104,50 for job work and $13.fl7
for legal prliitinc, wero allowed.
On motion (lie bill of Itnbert Woods, for
printing delinquent (nT notices was allowed,
AiHHimt claimed $102. 50 nuiount allowed
On motion Board adjourned till 1 o'clock
P. M. '
Boivir, Oklit ,
"' 1 i.look 1 M.
Hoard nel pursuant to adjournment
On mollon Willnrd O. Young was appoint
ed Justice of the 1'e.ico and Hiram V. Kny,
ns CoiiHtsMe In Kokomo townIilp nnd tlm
bonii of Wlllard (), Younn was approved.
J. I). Short wis appointed JiulIcO of
llio Peace and Ed Liudsey clerk of Optima
0. 0. ICctlell Justice of tho Pesco In
Grand Valley township.
(.Iinrles Jetilo constable In Logan tonn-
Tbo following Official bonds wero npprcv.
Q. T. Symons, Trevurer of Onto Ir.wnllilp,
.1 V. McCool, Trenaurer of Ilcnton town
sliip W. p. Strong, Trustee of Cleveland town-
I) C. Keltell, Jutllco of tho Poico in Gtnn.l
J. Martin Ford, clerk of Cleveland township.
Ella llaker, County Huperlntuiident of l'iib
J.W.Davis, Contlablo of Kokomo town,
J, D. Short, Justice of (ho Tcaco In Optima
V. h. Deardsley, Clerk of Onto tawmhlp,
0 I!. Wright. Justice of the Peace of Kim-
J I). Wllllom, Treasurer of Cleveland
W. V Strong nssessur of Cleveland town
ship. Oiin. Jcnks, Conslnhlc for I,optn Jownnlilp.
On molian the bill of tho Siato Cnpllal
Printing 1,'ompnny was allowed. Amount
claimed $132.50; "mount allowed $100.25
On motion the Clerk was ordered In ImiuQ
a cenlficnte of error to John Heasley for
57.20 for erroneous acsessment.
On motloii tho following brands were ap
proved; M, Turner, oalllo brand, T on either Jaw.
W. C llcrtton, hnlfclrcle bar II counactcd
anywbrrc on Icfl side.
M- Lellicrt. f, nn left ehcuMer.
Stoncbruker-Z'a Cattle Company, cattle
branded bilf circle lur I) on left side
Ross I., nishop, cattle brand, Diamond F
on lefl hip.
W, T. Undberry. over bir on left side
Uecrpn MoIIio.mii 0 title bmnd, half circle
over V on right idde.
The appliciiiun uf U. A. Franols, box X,
The Hoard adjourned until 7 o'clock p, m.
7 o'clock p, inf
The Board met pnrsoint to niljournrceut,
T, 0, James beiii; utnoul.
On motion a luiiibcMe nf error to tho
amount of $3.00 was gnitiled to J. T. Craw
ford and thu Clurk liiMrucii-d to ixsue same.
Hoard adjoutuud until H o'clutk a. m,,
IJcaver. Okla., 1
April, 5, 1005.
0 o'clock n, in.
Doard met puiaimnt to ailjournmeiit. All
members liehie present
On moiittn f T 0 Jamei, ordered thai
the error uf $1.53 dun the county louud in
the report ul Ux-Sheritf lllbbs bo coriecled
Uoard adjourued until 1 o'clock p. m,
1 o'clock p.m
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment,
On mollon the stone lying back of the
G'Hirl Bouse were sold to T, L. Flo;d fur
On motion of Cililelds the road petition of
J. u, Johns and otuersbo graulel cutiut
,;ouiilly, that T. 0, James be Imtrucled to
ko up the matter with the town company
la Gujmtn nnd U. 11. I, & l. railroad 10
fecurn right of way without cott to couuty,
On ruction Iho road petition of I.on Stan
ley, cl ula, was continued until next regular
M';rrd by Shle'di lint the rrtlgiintlon of
J, 8 SI0M11 as J Milieu of the I'etce uf I'leaa-
tntii Viuw town. hip be uCirpud. .Motion
On iii'iilon L. K McOllorey wis Appoint,
ed .Imiiia of lliu IV 10a in I'ieasaut View
0.1 motion f T () Trun, D. II. Nesly
was released from lUo Ian une-hslf of ills
On motion the petition of I W, I,e0 be
referred bei ij On school dUtricts Noj.
35 nd 32.
Oa 111 11 ion' the petition of finisher & Dor
unn to lower tho y.ilamm uu lot 11 lu
block Hd in Heaver, l)U , n rjcclcd.
Moved bv T 0. J.iinn lli-it tha cue half
tax paid by 0 W Kuijhl oil tilt) northeul
quarter of ectIon 1U( township two, ringe
20 be applied oa the lust half of bis tax 011
northwest quarter Of trctloii H, tovrutblp 2
ran; 20, " L lavs not own Ihe northeast
qunrler pf keptlon 111, lowmdiip 'J, range 20,
i;n motion IU pi-iillon or jiarr a, weei
1 ea for tit oJjuHment of taxes was r J cteJ
Uiard aljournod unlit 7 0 p. m.
, yvatuici atxt wee
PHI lis SPI1
So has our New Stock of
All the latest things In Fancy Dress Hoods, Shirt
Wuist patterns in Silks nnd other fnshioniiblo
fabrics. AUo a complete- lino ot Calicoes, Per
cales, Suitings, Ginghams, Plain and Fancy pat
terns In Summer Dress Goods. In fact, wo have
anything you want In tho Dry Goods lino.
imffi&'&iffi? tWQ&wf w&w Tt?
Tho best lino of Shoes In tho southwest nnd the BEST stock
oyer brought to Beaver. Our stock comprises everything
from tho "Farmer John" Plow Shoe to the stylish Patent
Leather SIne nnd Slipper nnd everything between. Shoca
f-w tho whole family from thu smallest tot up.
F. P MADISON.
And everything that goes to make up a compleU? .
Grocery establishment. Flour, Feed and -supplies
of all kinds. No need to go ;
elsewhere for anything in our line.- ,;
. . Our priges.-araj-ight " 'juKaT--
In tho Dry Goods
estub'ishment. I carry
stock of Tiirv nfinns. nrn'ru.
-r -v V
SHOES ' uciver.
1 iifilC 1 II i Luff 1
have just received a carload
of GRAND DETOUR Ag
ricultural Implements and
Always headquarters for ftAQARE, WML
BIESS. aWEW3fREI. WiWD
As large a lino to select from as you will find at the 'raHrpu
and if we cannot meet railroad competition on ev- u
erything, we won't ask you to trade with us
Gome Sit xia set 4HU5 yrte
) A Jt uL Jliw
Lmjww v - uiU!Ba.-iwtf , "TcTxtsr..
lino may bo found at my
the most complete
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