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va . '' , JL-LijL4'. V-i . '$ THE BEAVER HERALD. ft 4111 VOL. XX. UliAVlik, UlvWliK 'COUNI'V. ukLAHO.UA, l'l I UkMJA V, NoVliMuhR 8, IC;o6. NO 21 if l&Wdafe, A striking Novel and Impor tant heature. A striking f on l ti i-i of the Jnimwtown Eoen NEWS. I & 11 WSB 'Vt&Sfa ?&&& ? I'-Mition b tin. Collective Kxhil.its . tiy 'itiiw, ('innirisini ttutl mnnliining Oi't your Wlu'iit Drills from Tracy tlu'ir mimufnctiiri's ami immlcipul ut- lliirdwnri' Oinwiy Two cars of Wagons Murh's nnd I-niili'iiKJiits just received at Traey'c. Miss Venn Kinder has been iiite sick the nast week. Mm. K. H. .M.hhIIcIiI is reported n8 having been ill the past week. See those Kulllr Corn Headers at Tracy's. l'nul Wellborn is engaged as wniter at the City hotel. He makes a lirct olass hash-slinger. John Johnson, nephew of Mrs. Rach el Bogue, is tnployed as waiter at the AVhite House hotel. Roberts & MolCillips are enlarging their wareroom this week to make room for their big stock of new goods. The best whips for the least money. Cheapest ever sold in Heaver. For sale by LaHelle it Jackson. 111 Sv Miss Mao Maple, who is teaching school at Cline, spent .Sunday with her mother in this city. W. H. wTllhourmaile a trip to Lib eral the first of the week on business relative to his drug store. The Hkuai.I) acknowledges receiptor $lrumJ.J. Frost, Knstlantl, Texas. Thanks. traction The plan is. meeting with general ap proval, a number, of the larger cities having secured large areas for a display and many smaller places are falling in t line. The economy and simplicity of. the plan appeals to every commun ity that has attractions to offer to set tlor! and desirable locations for manu facturing plants. It appeals to local pride and to those manufacturers who desire to extend their business or the territory they desire to cover. llilTerent trade organizations are al so contemplating selective exhibits of the highest productions of the nielli burs, the plan being similar to that whereby pictures of artists are selected by committees for exhibits in the, sa loons of Paris. Hy this means only the best are shown. , The President and United States Commissioners are especially anxious to have the highest and best products of our factories shown to the thouMimU of foreigners who are coining to the Kxposition which will include the greatest naval and military display the world has ever seen. REPUBLICAN VICTORY. n..i.i!....- i ... i i .... . . ... i ntouuiiLuiia sweep coumry aim retain coiuroi oi ton Kress. Returns so far show a Republican victory in New York, Ohio, Illinois, Delaware, Atassaeliii.se (Us, and Pennsyl vania Kansas and Alissouri arc doubtful with probably Republican victory by a small majority. V'iil''i; v;Ml NATIONAL. MOElii:. '. S. I). ADAMS, Prop. H Have you taken advantage of the chance to get Hicks Almanac free? 1 1 u rry I lOinmett Hoge and brother, of I'aw huska, are here to make improwmciits on their claims. f Word was received recently from hyiiiau Savage at Fairhank, Alaska, aiinouneing the birth of a little daugh ter in their home. If its an easy shave or a stylish hair cut you want, go to V. I... Tliomas. He will please you. Two doors North oil Coti t House."' f ; Wanted A middlct-ngod Jady for general work at the Hfeayer City Hotel: Eiupiire of J. W. Thompson, Heaver, Ukla. Mrs. J. W. Cuhvijll and little sou, IHllic, departed Wednesday for Okk homa City where thy will visit for aolite time with relatives. Vv". II. McCune left one day last week for Henton, Kansas, at which place he will visit with relatives for tome time. C. R. Blanchard returned to Reaver the past week but left again Tuesdaj for his newly acquired home in Colorado. A large wareroom is being erected back' of Bulick k Co's., store so as to provide ample space to store the big stock of gocxls" being received by thai pushing firm, fivic qIjartkr suctions of land in bkavkk county. FOR SAI.K OIIK.VI. Drop a card for descriptions and prices Lki.and A IIahkih, 10 25 1220. Kl Dorado, Kansas. Miss Hernice Willhour left Wednes day for Ryron where she will visit for several weeks with former friends. Of course she will have a pleasant tri and we hope that her visit may be an enjoyable one. (J. T. Simons, of (late, was in Heaver a couple of days this past week. Mr. Simons is among, the .oldest settlers in the county, both in residence and year but he is not yet so old but he can run one of the best farms in that suc tion of the country. For Sale I hold for sale at my place eight miles east of Reaver a bunch ol horses compojed of work horses, untrue mid colts and horses from one to ft) in years old. Cash or on time. W. !. Kvans, 2 wks ' Reaver, Okla. i "t Miss I.ill(i' Crublree, who was here 'attending ychool, let Wednesday foi her sister's home at Henton, Kansas, in response to news of the serious ill- ness of her little nephew, and hit mother. Word has been received Intel that the sick. were much improved. Robert McKillips have installr gasoline lights at the grocery store which vastly improve that establish ment, They.qlso phicwl n street laui in front of their place. of business whiel h a good thing. Several such ligliti up and down. Douglas Avenuu would light ourstn'ets splendidly. M. W. (irittiu, who formerly run the Tyrone Leader but who is not at pres ent engaged In the newspaper business was in Heaver this week and paid the II Khali) olllce a call. Mr. tirillin has recently acquired title to a line, claim hi this county. Ho will go to Kunsue City in the near future where he ex 1 ccts to ry;jijii Jw U WMtfl-. Opinion Rendered. Attorney General Cromwell has ren dered the opinion to Auditor Baxter that county superintendents are en titled to compensation, at the rate ol three dollars per day for live days, while acting as examining ooiuiuiVioii ers. That the work of this hoard is extra work and they are entitled to the extra compensation, four tunes during the year of each quarter. Mr. Hater also decided that the law compels a county superintendent to endorse all lirst grade certificates for to. ichor who coming from another Oklahoma conn ty wish to teach in the county ol which he is superintendent. State Capital. The Missing Link Found. . Do you want to understand people' .'Jo you want topick out a true foVui? and friend? Do you wish to know how, you can pick out honest men, women" .mil partners? Do you want to become a more siiccesslulmauager, salosmai and business man? If so, send for mj nook at once Greatest book of the age. Kleganlly bound Price $'l 00 Address M U C. Coxuov, Cattle King Hotel, Woodward, Okla. J. W. Thompson continues his im proving at the city hotel. This time it is in the way of installing gasoline lights which set off the limine in good shape and are a great convenience to tlie quests of that hoiiie Mr Thomp son is always wide awake for the besi comfort of the guests of his house. George Perry, who was t-lmt in the leg a few weeks ago, is improving and the prospects for his recovery without the amputation of the limb are. good. Hi many friends' will rejoice at tiiis bit of news for it win seriously feared at one lime that in order to save i'ie life of the patient amputation would be uec SMiry. Robert Wilson, brot.ier of Mrs. 0. J. Loofbourrow, who came out to this country on a visit some time ago and kvas su well pleased with the looks of our lair land that he decided to remain permanently and accordingly procured for himself a quarter section of lJne(e Sam's domain, returned to his old Home in Illinois this week on a visit to his mother. N. L. Whims Dead. Newton Lowellyn Whims aged nil years, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. George Friday evening at 0 o'clock, lie had been sick some time The funeral services were eonductod by the Uov. P. M. Ford. The fact that the George home is quarantined by the scarlet fever patients, the funeral could not be conducted at home. The relatives, Airs Martha Whims, or Wichita, his mother, and his brother, W. C. Whims, of Dalhart, were present at' the funeral. - j.ow, as he was known" to many of his friends, had boon clerking for the last year in the grocery house of his brother-in-law,.!. K. George, and was always agreeable to his associates, a I not, modest young man. lie was a ansau, bom in Pottawatomie county, lie was the oldest of the Whims lam ilyof seven children. He was con verted at the ago of 18, and became a member ol the Presbyterian church at Wichita, February I, IlKKi, and on August 2fl, 1(10(1, became a member of t e First Presbyterian church at Lib eral. His life was one devoted to his Saviour in the main. Not a murmur against him have we ever heard, and insofar as we know he had none but a kind word lor everyone. The body was interred in the Liber al eeineterv. Liberal News. Many Heaver people will regret to loam ol the demise of Lew Whims lip resided on the .1 10. George ranch. near Heaver, a number of years an I was well known to many of our read ers. The IIkimi. n extends sincere sympa thy to the bereaved relatives. The Vote By Precincts. The li-lh wil J. is tl e vote It r delegate to the Constitutional convention, east at the regular election Tuesday, No vember (!th : Precinct. Tracy. Savage. MacArlhur, heaver III Hrl Haiko ti :tr K Henton Ifi ,':i o Blue Grass 7!t 'M . IY2 Conroy , 10 15 Clear Lake" fit) UK I Klinwood (IS 70 (1 lCsllicr 20 , n ;j Flovis 100 ft I 2 Garland -12 ID n Gale , ftl) ft I v 7 ivokoino f7 I ' K Logan i (12 22 S Naliisco 7il .ttl 2 Tyrone , ill S2 ft f HI (i(X) id iTnioy's Pluralilv, nil. J. R. Ilinkle, who has been moving to thin county for the past several months but wiio found it hard to tear away troin the old home at Ronton, Kansas, completely, owing to business matters there requiring his attention, arrived in waver the past week with all of his earthly possessions and is now I oca led on his fine'quarler section ueur town. He has come thfs time to reiuain 1 ermauently and to share the blessing of this productive laud ot ours along with the rest. He commenced right by coining in and squaring him self with the HrfKAi.n ami said, "Keep 'er coining!" Aiist'l Groves, the only original and a mighty line gentlemen who has a host of friends who were glad to see him, returned to Beaver this week after an alcuce of several months, During his absence he has been visiting his daughter Mrs. Dyke B.illinger, at Ana darko, and with relatives in diffeicnl parts of Indiana. .Mr, Groves is look ing well and says that he had a good lime meandering among the haunts of his boyhood days and saw many old familiar scenes always dear to the ' heart of him who has wandered fan from his childhood's happy home. Mr. Groves had some unique little articles which he had carved from shells pick ed up along the Ohio river He pre sented the 1 1 Kit w i editor witli a neat ly carved little hatchet e are in deed glad to see his once familiar face among Us ugaiu, Murder and Suicide. Bwhe horrible new was brought to May FViday night of the murder ol Cecil and Louise Hutchinson and the wounding of tneir mother, Mrs. O. R llayworth by her husband. The facts as near as we got them are as follows: O. llayworth and his wife had sepe rated and she had sued him lor a divorce and alimony and was liv ing on Imrown farm with the children About leu o'clock llayworth kickei open the door with the leniark, "I've come for business, now." Cecil, who wad sleeping on the lloor got up Justus llayworth raised his gun iial lired the ball passed through hi breast and he sniggered out the door where lie fell, death from loss of blood followed in a few moments. The next to fall was Mrs llayworth with a ball through her breast just above the heart. Louise, who was in bed got. out on the tloor and was shot twice, one ball passing through her arm and through the chest well front and the next just back of it and through the heart. She managed to get outsidu where she fell Hessie Hall was in bed with Louise and jumped up with the cry "don't shoot me Mr. llavworlh." lie inlil her he would notliurt her and let her' pass out beside him. She ran to C. II. j Blakosley's in her night clothes and spread the news of the murder. After killing all three as he supposed Ilnywnrtli started wont rot over ihei hill and sat down and placing the muz zle of 'the gun in his mouth lired it. blowing tlie top of his head off. The gun used was a Ift Colls single action that had belonged to some cow out fit as it had a brand, barbell on the stock. He had $!K).7ft in money on him when' found. May .Monitor. I Attorney and School Teacher Mix. A little llslieull took place in the jcouniyelerkV olliee Wednesday even- jing in which Attorney Albert Wellborn laud Prof Kdgeeomb were the principal actors. The trouble arose over the loo isovorojptiiiishinoni of one of Mr. W'eil i i . ..i . i.i .. .. i . Kirn s ciiiioruii ai seiiool it seems that Prof Kdgeeomb applied the hick ory loosevetely aeooiding to Attorney Wellborn' idea and the latter proceed, ed to letaliale by a generous aniilica- j t im of the same on the auatom.v of the pedagogue. Alter the smokt'-ol battle had ijleaied uv:i . Attorney Wellborn appeared belore Judge Moose and plead' gljiilly to assault and battery and vlas lined fft.oo and costs. . Notice. 'This is to notily that we the iinder--igned have, on the 20th day of Octo ber,' liiWI. dissolved partneiship and wish to have all accounts prior to thai .latesettled in lull at oueo, as we are needing the money to meet our own obligations. Wo Avish to thank all customers for ilieirpast palioiiage and trust you will continue your liberal patronage will i he new linn of Bulick iVl (i. who will confront you with the same old face mil with one of the best line of grocer ies that eau be louiid ail) where and prices to suit all. i . ' Yours at all times, Bl Ml K .t Slhl).M.V.V. BOX SUPPER. At the now school house, live miles west and one mile south of Heaver, on, Thursday night, November Iftth. Kverybody is cordially invited. Catholics Take Noficc. There will be a mooting of all Catho lics in Beaver on Sunday morning at I0:,()o'clock, November I Ith, IPOU, at the K. of P. Hall. Hope all Catholics in city and county will attend this meeting k as to make arrangements for further services. Com Mir run. 1 Get Hicks' Almanac Free. To all of our readers who pay up for the 1 1 Mt.w.n and one year in 'advance on or before January 1st, l!t()7, we will give free one Hicks' Almanac and Weather Forecasts. These Almanacs are valuable, giving accurate weather forecast and much other iiM'ful information- No farmer should be With out on. Given free, with new subscription. i2s4-?'K? '?'!(!; 04 KHf-f't'4 '") "I CO (?) f I CRAIG BROTHERS of Liberal, Kansas, SELL COAL: yes they sell coal and when you are in search of a place where you can buy coal the most rea sonable call at Craig Bros., when in Liberal. They will treat YOU RIGHT. 4-i4ryi''.fi)44() '''! 'iHrt'.'-.-vK..w .j v) W t (i) () C' r.i ? (4) J w () 'h $ " y Meade, Kansas. 0 .Livery Barn in Connection.! .CO - J. & 7yWVi?Vi? W?aV ViVi COME TO HEADQUARTERS FOR v DRILLS. Jxcmombvr This is ,, ffnmc of The Kentuck Drill Canton Disc Harrows. Ohio Valley Parries irnl Katydid Rod Trcakers Mitchell Wagons Uidinr, attachments for walking I'lnva. Beaver Hdw're and Furniture Co. A. II. JIUWISTON, KSTIlia, OKLA. Steel Roofing, Well Casing, iWINIDIOTfl&LS, l?UMT?S, T?n?E Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron Work -A. SJPIEjOX.AJLjT'X". " . W. WEBB, President. JAMES BARE, Vice-President. FRANK LAUGHRIN, Cashier. F. C. TRACY, Asst. Cashitr. MAUDE 0. THOMAS, Secretary. fflWMK IF BHUEHIW, Capital Kfnc $10,000. IUHKCTOKK: James Baro, l C, Tracu, J. W WEBB. Frank Lauohrln s. A. Lauohrin R. H. Loufbnurrow Maude 0. Thomas. -E;E1;W GOUJRTES EXPENDED w--------...--..)-)... a. .......5) J K. Holin, Kobt. Hall, O. C. Armstrong. B0LIN, HALL & COMPANY. m RT1TT DT7PQ I UU1L,1JL,11U LUfflDC 'HARDWARE Coal, Posts and Wire Eclipse Wind Mills Lincoln Paints & Oils. Hooker, Guymon, Liberal. .-(O------!!.-----------... Carter Tracy Hardware Co. Having just received two car loads of wagons , buggies and implements, wc can sup ply your needs. Grand Detoar Anl Bain Wagons Anuhor Buggies and Spring Wagans !i , Superior and Thomas Urain Drills"' Sampson and Kclipso Wind Mills I'umii-!, Pipe and Casing. Conic and see OUR KAFFIR CORN HEADERS A new supply of binder twine and broom corn wire fill i it J f r-f , 4 ' .in- n' lilfT f ' i a'n ,' 'i i1 nu if i" . 11 1 ' n r i vl.cn Miw'm .flsgfl: