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THE BEAVER HERALD. VOL. XX. iihAVER, liliAVbK COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOY1IMBLR 15, 1906. NO 22 .i' p ts&'m? sifefiR? a& m - l isoemB news, li fw sib 4 s'js I If a cornshuukur Hhiicks nil In cini tdiuck. h.hoeking the shucked shocks Rood, "1I w mucli wood would a woodchnek CHUCK, I J f a wtmdclnick would chuck wood?" Out your Wheat Drill from Tracy 'Hardware Company Two oars of Wagons, BurkIcs and implements just received at Tracy'?. See those Kalllr Com Headers nt Tracy'". The Commissioners were in session last week to canvass the election re- ftiirns. Mrs. E. II. Manstleld, who has hern I to her home lor several weeks is im proved and able to be about. Tlu. dance Friday night was well at tended and all report a good time as usual. Have you taken advantage of the chance to get Hicks Almanac tree; fl lurry ! iSherifT Naylor and County Clerk Lang- fstou made 11 business trip to Gtiymon f the fir-t of the week. . If its an easy shave or a stylish hail cut you want, go to P. L. Thomas. II. will please you. Two doors North o Con t House. Wanted A middle aged lady fo. general work at the Beaver City Hotel Enquire of J. W. Thompson, Beaver, Okla. i 'D.ig't" Naylor, eldest son of Mr land Mrs. Walter Naylor, was quit' I sick the lirst of the week but is now ! all right again. F. C. Tracy left Wednesday" for Guthrie at which place he will remaii. the next sixty days helping to write the constitution for the new state. J. 8. Shaffer, of Engfewood, Kansas f was in Beaver the past week. We an lgad to acknowledge a pleasant cal land 'a renewal of subscription. A iek chicken "(lip"ped In coal' oP jroould have been a credit to the lool ST Fischer the republican parly wreel Jer when he saw their finish. William It iberN, win owns valuabl property near Beaver ami wno mi I been visiting in Illinois the past lev weeks, returned to Beaver for the win ter last week. K II Loofbourrow has been absen from home thN week transacting btisi nes at Tyrone. From that point h Event to Wichita and eastern Oklaho fjna points. FIVE QUANTUM SECTIONS 01 Il.ANH IN BEAVER COUNTS IFOR SALE CHEAP. Drop a car. for descriptions and prices Lin. Mi A llwutiH. 510 Jo PJ 'JO El Dorado. Kansas. Mr and Mrs Charles Edwards, o ITaplej , were guests at the home i IMr. mid Mrs K. II Loofbourrow tin first of tint week. They were on thei way to Hlenwoou, lovva, wnere 11117 twill spend the winter. -. ii 1 - T " -' n A crowilol Heaver s young p.-opi. fMv," together and drove over to tin lliomc of Miss l.ettie mm Arthur sun lingburg Saturday of last week on s surprise to thoe young people. Thej I all report a nice tune. t ffS, Elsewhere will be round an an IWiiouncenient or a Masquerade ball to hi given in' Reaver on November 30th Mil is hoped by the management Hiatal will attend this ball in appropriati costume and help to make the affair 1 success. For Sale I hold for sale at my place eight miles east o! Beaver a hunch horses composed of work horses, mare land colts and horses from one to fou years old. Cash or on time. W. P. Evans, it-L-u Mr'iivi'r. ( U1h Team Run Away. While ennui u to R H. Hamilton's Turin last week to attend a public sale, Lawrence McCabe's team became frightened and ran away. Mr. MeCabe managed to hold onto the lines but was dragged for some distance through the mud and water and came out of the mix-up slightly demolished but still in the ring. There was no partic ular injury done to man or team. Property Sells Well. At the sale of the personal property of R. II. Hamilton, which was he id at the farm Friday of last week, every thing is reported as having brought a good price. Mr. Hamilton disponed of all his stock and other property and will spend the winter visiting with his children in Texas and Missouri. He will probably return to Beaver count, in the spring. New Train Service. There is to be a change in the train service on the Rock Island and tin change will be of benefit to resident ofBeavercountyinasniue.il as it will give them quicker connection will Wichita and the eastern part of tin state A new train will be put on betweei Dalhart and Wichita wnich will makt lirect connection and make 'one tri laily each way. Tins will be a grea advantage over going to llerringtoi. md laying over for hours as lias been necessary in times past. Met With An Accident. While returning home Sunday night from a visit to a patient twenty-liv niles southeast of Beaver, Dr. Lou net with what might have been a sci ions accident. The night was dan ind the Doctor was driving in his tw vheeled vehicle just behind a man o horseback who was leading the vvav In crossing Clear Creek the road maki t sharp turn and it was here that tli iceident occured. Dr. Long's hors. umed short following the. horse in tin tend and tipped tin' buggy to which h vas hitched, over in the water. 1) Ming found himself' in the water 1111- vas treated to a free hath but asid fnyn tliiH!plcasant chilling sensatit. f the cold water and a slirM injic-v lis knee, lie escaped luckily. Fortu i.itely thehorse did iu.i ii.iim.u octor succeeded in rignliug Ins n .ml went on his way rejoicing. Qet Hicks' Almanac Free. To ali of our readers who pa, up f the lihit.w.n and one year 111 advnnt 111 or before January 1st, It'Oi. we wi ;ive free one Hicks' Almanac an Veather Forecasts. These Almanac ;re valuable, giving accurate weatht orecats and much other useful in formation' No farmer should be wit. nit one. (Jiven free, with new sul criptioii. W. II. Thomas made a business Iri to Liberal the tirst of the' week. II- 00k F. C. Tracy over to the train ills. ent to see after a consignment il ireight for the Tracj -'Hardware Com ,any. Born, Nov. ', I11O0, to Mr. and Mr lohn (.J. Seiner, a fine daughter. D R'lhiiiMiu, w ho was in attendance, in forms us that mother and daughtei iro doing nicely. Mr Seaver live "ighl miles south of Fowler and own 1 line farm. Fowler, (.sas.) Hustlei Some Aore Slush. "Then there wax a paper in this town which alleges to be Republican, which pretended lo support Savage in the be ginning of the campaign, and one of the first tilings it did was to put him in a false light on the prohibition and school hi ml question. As the editor is a sster-in-inw lo Tracy the demo cratic candidate it i. thought, b all working and loyal Republicans that tins paper made the statements about Mr bavtige in regard to tho-e proposi tions to help defeat him in the elec tion " Tlie above from (he Journal of lnt week is in lint with the balance of Ins argument lacking. Tim falsity of the statements may be seen on the face. If the (Ikiui.ii pretended Mr. Savage and at the placed him in the wrong light on any subject wasn't it Mr. Savage's privilege to call our attention to that lact at Un tune and not wait until alter the elec tion when a ?orrection ol the matter Would do him no good. The IIkkai.o stated Mr. Savage's positian on Vhe subjects just as they were given us Iroin Mr. Savage himself. We not inly did this but we told Mr. Savage that anythiiig'he miglit desire to sa,, 10 the voters of the county through ihe columns of the IlKitvin lie whs por ted ly tree to say and we placed at hi .isposal as much space as he cared to use. We tliniK Mr. Savage will hardly leny the fact that we called 011 nun in j.erson and informed him that we were ready and willing to use the inlluence ol the IlKitAi.n in his behalf and thai wo would do so to the best of our abil ity and invited him to liiriusli.UK mat ter which lie desired to have publisli- eu. lie iiilornieu us that there wen tome matters that he wanted to ge oef'ore the public and that, he would nave sonic articles prepared for publi ation. Alter interviewing his manager ''ischcr tlie articles were never liaud d us lor publication nor were we evei onsuited or advised about any step nit 1 i was desired should be taken v'hy was this so? If the columns o. lie Hkk.u.d were at Mr. Savage's dis .osal why didn't he u-e tiieiu? Simpl, lecausc Fischer thought that by doiii o it might affect his own personal am It is to his interest to show the iKitAi.o no iirt inivl Iiiiil' lull u remilili. ' -,-'- -".-n -; ' ,".! ' .111 paper'isb thai- he may demand foi imsell the whole of the republican atronage. lly laNe accusations in lines pa-ti Fischer has managed to gain outrolofa little natron, I'e and The articles that appear In the .lour-. nal are surely the thinnest things over imposed up 111 a suffering public. ' What can lie think of his readers? j Does he credit them with having any 1 judgment .11 .ill or does h. imagine ttitil because he says things are so and so that 1 hey are that vv.ij? Why in the name of common sense didn't Fischer tell John Savage that we had misquoted him and have the mistake corrected at the time, il we placed him in the wrong light? Mirclj it could not e-eape the notice of that massive brain of I isc er's, We'll tell joii why he did not. Beacause Ihe IIkum.ii DID NOT place ."savage in to support 1 the wrong light. We Mipportel Sav- same tune 1 age as loyalh and as consistently as a candidate ireed be supported and if the Journal had done as well and left 11IT its mud-sliugiiig an I big hug-.t-hoo against the editor of the 1 1 Kit v in. I when the votes were counted the n- turns might have been of a dillorent j complexion. Sll A5, SI 'Mft. S1& c5J ' StU. SU. $!!. AVA SH!i. )!l. $ti. !, gMi. $!& 'A FME NATIONAL ItI0II. S. I). ADAMS, Prop. 0 f Meade, Kansas. UJvcrv Darn in -VI P' r'l & Connection.!! ii. P 1 Beaver County Land able. Vain- If one thinks that Beaver county laud is not valuable we might point them to several instances where it ha sold at old state prices within the past year. Just last week Fred Halm, who has a valuable farm near Beaver sold the relinquishment on same for $PJ00 This is only yne instance Then have been many in ire where laud ha old equally as well. Mr. liahn does not coniemplati leaving this section but will invest it deeded land and will perhaps engagi in business in Beaver. ViiViViViViViVViri'AS'B BUGGIES AND MOPE BUGGIES New Lock Boxes. Postmaster J R Thomas has install d another section of lock boxes iu tlu Beaver post ollice. This makes tin fourth section tiiat lias been installei n this ollice. Tin lock box is certain y ii great convenience but is no lit tit vpense to the postmaster, who has tt urnish these conveniences for the pa trons of tlie ollice sit his own expense We have thcmall kinds anil all prices, used iu our stock is the best and the is unexcelled. Something to COMFORTABLE AND All springs arc of the best steel, making our Buggies easy and comfortable riders The timber workmanship suit you DURABLE Beaver Hdw're and Furniture Co. A ,. -" . Notice. Iu order to meet my bills I must have money by December I, I'JOtl I Parties owing me please settle at one- , I and oblige. V. P. M viusow in , JI. 11UM1ST0N, KSTIINIt. OKLA. Steel Roofing, Well Casing, Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron Work .A. SPIjCIALTY. '. W. WEBB, President. JAMES BARE, Vice-frtxidtnt. FRANK LAUGHRIN, Cashier. F. C. TRACY, Asst. Cashitr. MAUDE 0. THOMAS, Secretary, t4 nipcs to continue, along that line, lie n willing to sacnlice even so great a hing as the election ol a republican lelegate lo the constitutional conven lou to Mitisly his appetite lor pie II along the light Willi IimI.t has lot been against tin-democratic noiiii- .ice but auainst the editor of the IIki' I o stand in the vvav of somethiiii; hi vaiits. hi mil ...rial ii.ii iiiiiiiiiiii.i'iii i nil n I'll. ' " ....... --....'.- ......-.. .1 l-lll llkllllll.v UK iiilui in nil nr.r-1 .. . ..... i .. . , ... ., , and business man? II s i, send for i.i. and other rv iiMi-jium Unit happen ,,.,,. , (ireatest book ol The Missing Link Pound. Do you want to undeiiand people': Do you want to pick 'tut a true low am! friend'.' Do you wish to know hov you can pick out honesi men. womei and parluers'.' Do you want to hecoui. a more successful manager, salcsimn niv tlu age Klcganlly bound Price .f'i.OO Address " M V V. Tomiov. Cattle King Hotel, Woodward, Oklit. V. B. Newman and wife left ncsday for eastern Oklahoma "W. C. Frazer is sufTering with his eyes this week. While helping haul some feed last week Mr. friuer injur ed his eyes and since that lime Ihej have beeq paining him seriously At this, time they are somewhat improved but they are still In avery painful con. dilion. Wed Mrs Vevvniau will visit with her parents foi a couple of mouths while her hiisbaiu takes in the constitutional convention Mr. Parr and Miss Blanche Turner vvil 'lave charge of the Democrat during their absence. MASQUERADE ftv. BALL. stst.. m. a mm JUJ.I. -LTJLIJLI Boys don't turn your coats inside nit, your pants upside down and your hats crosswise and imagine that you are masking properly for the ball the 'Oth. And tint girls as vve'l need not all masque as darkeys or in cheese cloth mother hublmrds. Let eac'i out come masked to represent si m 'thing and then wc will have a real masque rade ball. Alright! At Ihe K. of P. Hall, November, 30lh, ?06 Let all attend and come in appropriate cosunie--rcprc- sent something. A good time for all if you will come and have il. Oct busy and rttend. EVERYBODY INVITED STOHS Claude Mansfield has purchased the old Thompson barn in the north part Jf town and wiU'rl'inovo the same to his farm in the spring and remodel It fir broom corn and feed sheds. This twill remove another or Beaver's old laud marks, thaUbarn having stood at the present site lor many years. Poler Kiley, who is located fifteen miles northeast or Beaver, was iu town Saturday. He expects to return to iWikita Tor the winter but will return fo his rami in the Spring and put out a f big crop. Mr. Kiley ordered the Hkk- t t to follow him so that he may keep ,'i' i twl oj. Beuvvir cjtinty while absent Mrs. Fred Ciimmiiigs, daughter or Mrs. Rachel Bogue and who formerly resided iu Beaver Tor many years, is here on a visit to Iter mother and other lelatives. They are now located iu California about twenty-five miles from San Fr. ncisco and think that they him, round the Garden Spot ir the world. When asked about the t earthquakes or that region Mrs. Cum-' inings remarked that they were pretty bad sometimes but one didn't mind them arterthey got used to them. We are wondering just how one would go about il to gel used to them though. , Mrs. Cummings will remain in Beaver a couple of weeks afterwhich she will go to Kansas to visit other relatives before returning lo her home. Her many rriends at this place were glad to , see her once again, mid arc pleased to kiiv.v limt she U so pleasantly locatvd,. NOTICE C Please do not ask for credit after DECEMBER 1st 1906 THE" -BAIIK OF BEAVHMIffi Capital Stork, 10,000. DIKKCTOIUS: James Bare, F. C, Tracu, J. W. WEBB. Frank Lauahrin ?. A, Lauaiiriii R. H. Loorbourrow Maude 0. Thomas, EtflRf GQURTESM EXTENDED. I).C)-'i'----r)- .(j;......- S !)--.---.--..---. -3 J K. Holin, Robt. Hull, O.C.Armstrong. B0L1N, HALL & COMPANY. BUILDERS' Ljn-inu YYiiur. Coal, Posts and Wire :., f Eclipse Winl Mills Lincoln Paints & Oils. 0 Hooker, Cjiiyiuon, Liberal. r --r.---- a -- d)-r.yc. .. (i c fj-.-,T. -.d... -----f5) Carter Tracy Hardware Co. Having just received twp car loads of wagons, bugcies and implements, wo can sup ply your needs. Grand Detour And Bain Wagons i It 'irt Anchor Buggies and Spring Wagons Superior and Thomas Grain Drills Sampson and Eclipse Wind MilXs rumps, Pipe and Casing. Come and see We have seme obligations to meet OUR KAFFIR CORN HEADERS which compel us to ask this Yours at all times BUUCK & CO. new supply of binder twine and broom corn wire A full ,Vm T-iy 'f evrrythdnr: needed for fall anl you wn' t be disappointed when Cwininr; to t.vmU trade. M "Si 1