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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THUkfeDAY, AUGUST ,3 1905.
. W, WEBB, President. JAMES BARE, Vhe-P resident.
FRANK LAUGHRIN, Cashier. F. C. TRACY, Assl. Cashier.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS, Secretary.
THE BAM OF mm CITY.
Capital Slock, $ J 0,000.
James Bare, F. ,C, TraGU, J. W. WEBB,
Frank Lawjhrin H. E, G, Putman.
R. H. Loofliourrow Maude 0. Thomas,
STAKES! STAPLES! STAPLES!
Not fence Staples but such as
Groceries, Flour, Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Gents9 Fur
nishing Goods and
Wchavc a nice new stock of gtfods and our prices
arc always right. Compare our prices and
goods with others.
ENGLEWOOD, - KANSAS
. F- LONG AND W J. LONG-
Mr. ioU, a daughter of 11. II
Hamilton, anived here Iat Friday
hdping in tec her molhcr beforo the
died, but too late eveh to look upon
her wotberV (ice beforo the burial.
Mrs. Mntt Is well know, bv all thu
old settlers hereabout", she and her
husband, Cunt. Mo't, with their fam
ily, havioghibeen residents in this
neighborhood for saveral years. Their
present home ii at Ewporia, Kansas.
Every farmer in Beaver county, who
ha not already dorjo so, should loso no
tiino in sending to the, Agiicultural
Department at Washington, D. 0, for
all the Bulletins on Durum, or Macca
roni wheat. The Dcpartmenthas test
ed this whoat in ovory way, und rco
oinmcuded it highly for the south
west. Tho Bellctine give full in
strueti'ons as to planting, cto.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our heart felt
thanks to the many friends and neigh
hor who wcro so kind and good during
the illness of our beloved wife and
mother. Who sinco bur death have
dono so much to help lift this great
burden of sorrow.
Roiiert II. Hamilton,
Mne. J. h. Bkadlk,
Mns II. E. Lisle,
Mns Heniiy Mott.
kfie&? M'-iFrS? S&fflSr- S&glPi,
fe TrHR'AIT' WRICKS., &
$&'&&&'& && (gwa,?
F. V. M.idUon started to Wichita
ymierdiv nioininiz on a businesi trip
Al lleddick's borne, won first mnney,
Saturda), laa. at the Beaver race
Mrs. Nv.lf, 'i miles touth of town,
Iulh bfcn quite sick lor several dayaf
but if gfltinu hi't'pr.
"Nt'Hy" Bly, tho boat known -.and-
julliest traveling man on tho Beaver
route, was in ll.-avi r Saturday,
Fred Crocket, who worked for bar
bur Mnii'bViil last pnnp, hs been out
on his claim, w,i in town this week.
A Valuable youim in.irc, belotiging
to .1, l Thorn is, wn killed by lijjhl-
nitic in the utoiiu
on lujt Thursday
Hoy Waddle liu nold his black
smith chop, reutrJ tii- huiiso, und will
move onto his oluim iu Woodward
0. V. McCoy, travtlini; salosman for
an Omaha jrrocery house, was h Bea
ver Saturday, taking orders roin our
Fur Salu Oni Buckeye Corn Har
vester. Nwarlv now will bo sold low
don. Enquire at post office or
A. J. McCuiip, who has been visit
iiie. in Wichita and Benton, Kansas,
and ruticf.ting oat in Colorado, re
turned last week.
E. Y. Cv'ilvtn spent the itrealer part
of Inst week on tho Sou.b Flats, look
ing after his farming interests. Ho
reports ciopi in good Mmpo.
The streets of Braver, lat Saturday
were crowd"d with teams and pooplei
nnd Hip merchants were kept on the
jump waiting on customer
M Q. McLelluud, former deputy
Dheriff, is nors snllinj groceries lor the
V. B Hui'.'ht Grosery Co., of Omaha.
Nubk Ho report tr.ido lively.
5. W. McCon), Josibh J. Stanley,
nnd Norton N Stanley, of the eastern
part of the county, were all in Ueaver
Monday last oi onntest business.
A mule buyer his been in thu
neighborhood fur tho past few days.
He bought two car load., getting 33
head of them from August Reitucr.
Another big ram fell in this region
Tuesday, Clear Creek was booming
full for the firs,t time this summer.
Tho rainfall covered a large Bcope of
Lat Saturday was au extremely hot
day. with but little wind, arid mauy
prop'e suffered much with the heat.
Such a dav in a citv would cause
A tremendous rain foil in this sec
llon of country lt Thursday night,
effectually breaking the dry. '
spell The beavict-t part of tho rain
Ml nhiui fnnr to five miles south of
ilwvcr, where evurything was flooded
J. H. Fisher, formerly of tho Carne
gie, Oklahoma, Herald wa in tho city
Wtdtit'eday, and started for tho east
end the samo cvoning. He sold his
An ice rreum social will bo given by
thu Willing Workers on Saturday
cveping, August 5th, at the court
houto. Everybody go and have a good
time, and hplp a good cau-e.
The Liberal bast ball nine failed to
get here last Saturday, at advettli'd.
but wo uro informed that they will
.purely Jtm .bcTf new,. Saturday. -whea
lovers of banc ball will have a chance
to sec a hard fought nrnch ame.
Harry Uausun, who hai been work
ing for the Standard Oil Co., at Wich
ita, for the pist two month-, returned
hoiiiu Saturdty night last. He Was
forced to quit his job ou account of
his eyes bciug poisoned by working
with the oil.
.Iannis Lucas and family left hero
Monday morning for Cleo, Okla.,
wheie they expect to restdc, Mr.
Lucas had been a resident of Beaver
county fcrv about a year, but having
sold his claim hero the family conclu
ded to return to their old home.
Advertisements are postid stating
that the Beaver Journal office, includ
ing the building in which the material
iu housed, will be sold at mortgage
foreclosure salo on Monday, August
14th. Here is a chance for some
man to load up with a print shop.
The Liberal ball team failed to put
in appearance, but tho boys here fixed
up a game between tho married men
and tho tingle men. It turned out to
he one of tho lies! gatnos played this
season on tho Beaver d iarcond. Tho
result of tho game was a tie 18 to 18.
Miss Georgia Burns, of Kansas
City, who has a filing on a claim about
30 miles west ot Beaver, came over
from Englewood Friday lact, with T
P. Braidwood. She is hero with the
intention of making final proof on her
homestead, and will remain several
A daughter of U. H. Hamilton, ar
rived hero ' from Kansas City list
Tuesday evening. Her mother was
atiM conscious, and knew and conver
sed with the daughter before tho loving
mother spirit departed. Another
daughter, whose home is in Texas, ar.
rived Saturday morning.
Beaver Obunty Baptist Association
Mr. J. M. Newman, Missionary and
Correspoodinf secretary, requests Us to
announce tost the Beaver County
Baptist Association will conrens at
Tyrono on Saturday, AugUBt 11, and
continue over the Sunday followiug.
Free entertainment will bo furnished
to messengers and visitors.
A Sorious Accident.
Last Sunday morning Major Well
horn was ge'tin ready to tako a drive,
and in arranging tho bridle on the
horse, the animal threw its head
around, striking Mr. Wellborn on tho
side of the head ntld face with her
head. Tho force of the blow broke
the upper jaw and crushed in tho
promincut cheok bone, and also broke
tho lower jaw bone. Tho location of
the broken bones render it impossible
to givo'tnuch relief, and tho Major's
countenuneo will be somewhat dt&figur
ed. The bruised and broken jaws are
very painful and it will be some time
before tbeyntirely heal,
r ii'Notloo ToTno Public.
A matt meeting will ho held at
Pronto post office, qu Saturday even
ing, Auimst 2G, 1D05, for the purpose
of organizing- ttcirwur a telephone for
H. P. GAnRKTT, Electrician.
Notico To Tho Public,
Thero will bo a mass meeting hold
at the NVal school houro on Saturday
evening, August 25, 1005, for tho pur
pose of organizing to secure a tele
phone lino for that community.
H. P. Gakkett, Electrician.
August, Profitable leon arc learn
ed and much good is beinir accomplish.
A petition askinj for; a prohibition
clause in our state constitution is now
being circulated. Near forty names
wcro secured last Sunday. Wo aro
glad to say "Tbeui'n my Sentiments,
Mrs. Fellow took Mr. Fellow to
Woodward last S.Uurday to conduct
thu iustituto of four weeks.
Mies Stella Greene, is attending the
Institute at Woodward.
Master Russell Wyand accompanied
Mrs. Fellow homo from Woodward
Monday and returned with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wyand and ton took
a Hying trip through our scotiun of
country one day last week.
Tholittlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Lamb hai been quite sick, but is hot
ter, wo'rc glad to say.
Tho infant daughter 'of Mr. and
Mrs. Craft is sick , hut wo hope
sho will soon recover.
Mr. Hestlcr of Woodward was tho
guest of Mr. Frccmau ouo djy last
Tho Academy ground has been laid
off nnd work will bo bogun soon, on
The Academy board has been cboseu
II. 0. Fellow, President; Lon Lamb,
Vico 1 r'sidcut; Martha Cralt, Secre
tary; and .Taioii Ncwby Treasurer.
Other members, Mrs. Lirz:o Kerecy,
Mrs. Melissa Fellow, Mr. William
Shaffterof Wells, Mr. A. II. Hutuis-
I havo for salo the follwit.g stock.
1 fat dry milk cow, 827; 4 steers at
$14 per head, 1 mare $50.
You will always" find plenty of Cot
ton sved also Ivilllr ourn and c.ino sceti
ou liaud at lowest prices at
J. K. GkokoB,
I have fur sale a number of good
Stock Hun:his with government land
surrounding. Tho patented laud well
W. G. OdtK,
7-27 8-17. LosVogasN. M.
A complete stock of Groceries
Floiir and Wed alwa)s on hand also
a choice lino of Queenswaro.
J. E. Gkoikik,
Lost, Strayed or Stolen, one four
year old Steer branded seven cross con
nected ou left hip.
J. A. KohTKK.
4wk. Grand Yallu),,Okla.
LoMtinus wuuttd iu Beaver County,
cither claims or tlcedud laud. Sund
us decriptiuu of your land and quote
your lowest net prico. Wo will sell it
for you on short notice.
C. R. MaLlory Realty Co.,
f MI AT LIMTT. ?
fit "". nnn)i t 1,1 niTi Dnni:o E?
I OUR GOODS
With any id town. Wi don't chilin to hnvo The
ONLY stord in Uonvur, but 0 do rhilm to havo
as good as jou'll find nnd our stock is always
Fresh, Clean and Up-tU-D.ito
h)ae a Loo1 at Oar"
Cj Dry GoadsDress Goods,
NofSons,'Shirt Waists, i
Flour, Feed, &. Groceries.
TOTics 'rTi$,:rr'-& i7&?t&' m??
F. P, MADISON.
A $5.00 purso will bo given to the
winning horse, quarter-mile dash,
Saturday o Teach week, as long as this
notico appears iu the Beaver Her
aid. Second horse gets balanco of en
The fair odltress of the Beavef Her
ald, Miss Maude Thomas, lias gone
east for a Visit of a couple of months.
As slip does both editing and print
icg there is no doubt that she needs a
vacation snyone doei after a few
months of It, but not many of us are so
situated as to be abla to get Sway.
Two soaking rains have fcllcn recent
J. C. Goodncr mada a trip to Sbat
tuck this week.
G, M. Brill was quite sick for a few
V. Y. Dexter is spending a few
days at the Holiness camp meeting at
Soyeral of our farmers will begiu
plowing for wheat.
Broom corn pulling will , begin in
about three weeks,
. Coal fgr threshing and lumbor for
granaries is tho absorbing topic now,
and when that is secured tho hauling
is just begun.
Havo wo too much prosperity, or are
the railroad projectors waiting until we
prove up, so that we may yoto bonds?
Now that tho weather is not ut fault
wo must find some other reason why
the pumpkin roller cannot Hve'bcro.
The fine ra'ni are causing rrjoiciug,
Theshing is going on with two ma
chines. Kaffir corn looks fine, and broom
corn will soon bo ready lo pull.
A M Harris and Mr. Dad. eon,
from Kansas aro looking our country
o'er, seeking homes.
Mrs. Wilsoii, of Kansas, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Ira Buich,
Tho two Misses Vairley, teachers in
Kansas, are hern fur a few weeks, and
are an inspiration to our youug people
in Sunday School.
Jton New by is building an addi
tion to bis bouse and giving nil ft neat
white dress, which is in keeping with
our warm weather.
Prayer meeting at Mrs Kersey's
was well attended atd helpful.
The next W. 0. T. T, meetiug will
I be at Mm. FcUoV, on the 3d, of
ton of Esther and Mr Theodore
Kirkhart, of Palace,
Mr. Fellow is securing 'subscription
for the Academy and is pleased with
tho reidy responso of those solicited.
A few of our men aro' returning
from the harvest fields in other parts
report crops about on an equal with
A silver medal contest is in prepara
tion under tho auspices of the W. C T.
U. to be given iu tho near future.
-Look for tho date. We ..havo con
fidence that the judges will-i .
Writing ol "American Women in
Bminess" in the Now Id:a Woman's
Magazine for August, Miss EKziboth
Howard Westwood saysS '-If you talk
to tho heads of business concerns
which employ largo numbers of women,
they will tell you stories which tax
your credulity. Ono of Chicags big
gest department stores baB as the buy
er of its jnwclry a woman who ttanod
in as messenger girl twolvo years auo.
Hor parents woro thi poorest Bucsian
immigrants. She was kopt in school
only until she was of working ago
From the first oho showed unusual in
telligence and industry, and has risen
rapidly from step to stop until sho now
draws a salary ol $5 000 a year, and
makes nearly as much ngnin on her
commissions. Sho has pasted many
men in her race aud won Out entirely
on the grounds of her industrial effi
ciency. This is, of courso, a case bo
unusual that it seems almost lo belong
to tho class of miraculous occurrences
But it has proved that, given the abil
ity, sex is no obstacle."
Call at Long Bros., EoRlewood,
Kansas, and got a sampls packago of
Rex Poultryand Stock Food. It is
1 -Want Wriier.
ClaUims Manskici ii, "Tho Barber."
Good fdenn shave Blimp razors Com
fortable chairs Neat shop.
lsr. . M- rendall.
Physician anb Surgeon.
l"'V)6 ViXs ' ef " W " y. " V 0 ""Vj.'j'" W W" ViTW
Mndd promptly by Wnltcr C.
Frnzer, bonded abstracter.
First door north of Court House.
G. R. illoiy (W Go.
Buys, Sella nnd Exchanges KcaTEs
tate nnd Stocks of Merchandise. Give
mo a coll beforo buying.
Charleston. Woodward Co., Okla.
0" HI STJLLIjI3-Tc3-
Wo mako a. specialty of fitting glass
cs and enn fit your eyes sutisfoctorlly
or your money back. Can also exe
cute any work in tho Jewelry lino.
And everything that goes to make up a complete
Grocery establishment. Flourj Feed and
supplies of all kinds. No need to go
Our prices are' right'
DON'T ASK FOE CREDIT.
Good fresh meat always on
hand. Skilled butcher in the
shop. No more haggled meat
but good smooth cuts
Also buy Hides and Furs
Twenty - Five
Choice Honiestpad locations on hands,
also hundreds of deeded quarters', rang-
inu in price from $2.50 nor acre up.
Uall on or nuurcss lor iniormuuuu uuu
L F SCHUMACHER,
Miles, Meado County, Kansas.
OfUcQ on Stnto lino. ' S-5-ro3
A. F. ROCK,
Live Stock anil M Ett.
0 F v 4L
Farms, Ranches and Government
Lands for salo or rent Farms looked
after for non-residents. If you want
to buy or Jenso u farm or ranch it will
pay you td see mo 8-3-tf
"THE KATY FLYER
All essentials of comfortable
and convenient travel
are characteristic of
KA Y LK tL. It
III tho Dry Goods lino may bo found at mjf
cstab'Jshinent. I carry the most complctd
stock of dky GOODS. CLOTH'
1NG. TJATb BOOTS AND
8HOKS l leaver. I nlstf hmidld
J. W: Webb,
T-rta . ..L 1
mSW lD EASHr UK1ASSGE.
WINE, BEEU, WHISKEY & CIGARS.
2 yt miles south of Liberal, Kansas, ut end of lano.
Restaurant, Lodging, Feed Yard,
Pasture and Plenty of Water".
On best road from all points
South and West to Liberal, Kansas,
Havo all ksuifids osff ?ac8inery, Wag
ons, Buggies, HrsSI Materia
CulSsry, Rop-2? Tinware and
As large a line to select from as you will find at (he railroitri
and if we cannot meet railroad competition' on ev
erything, we won't ask you to trade with u's
tee U5 before goin to tle lailroQcli
C. TRACY HASBWAEECO,
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