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The BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER, HEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 1920
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"Lids" for "Kids"
This is Children's Week at our
store. See the Biggest Line of the
Season at Prices you like to pay.
$1.50, 2, 2.50, 3.50 Up to 6.50
We are expecting you.
MRS. JONES, The Milliner
HKrCllLICAK MASS MKKTINO
A largo number ot Republicans
from all parts of the county, met nt
the court house, Saturday nucrnoon,
WHAT K1XANC1KIW THINK OF
NOUTHWr-ST KAlLHOAl) PIjAN
Tho fallowing Interview with Gov
ernor W. L. Harding, of Iowa, who
Anril 17th. In mass" tnepHni. iinnn tneether with J. W. Culwell. of Hen-
call of County Chairman O. O. Men- fer, Johnathnn E. Perkins, of Wny
dorihnll, for tho purpose if discuss- nokn, anil flnnnclerg of Wichita,
Ing matters of Interest concerning Kansas, nnd Now York City, passed
the approaching campaign and to through this section last week vlow-
further perfect tho Republican or- lug tno country witti a view 10 in
gnnlzatlon In this county vesting In u northwest railroad pro-
Chairman Mondenhall presided nt Jcct, npprnrcd in Friday's Oklnho-,
the mcetlnir and Introduced Jndirn man.
Arthur 0. Sutton of Alvn. who in a J. W. Culwell returned to Heaver
brief tnlk, held tho undivided atten- .Monday having left tho party nt
tlon or tho gathering whllo hb dlH- Wichita, Kansas. Ho advises tho
cussed ninnv of th -nnrtv nrlnclnlon Herald that at this time ho has noth-
and tho leading topics which havo I Ing further to add to what Governor
every Indication of being paramount Harding said to the Oklahoman re
in tho coming campaign. Following iportcr except to Bay that ho feels
Judge Sutton, Attorney Cha, Swln- confident that tho road will bo built
dall. of Woodward, wns Introduced , If tho prospective investors can be
and made an extended talk along ,snown mo lensiouuy 01 sucn a pru
strlctly llepubllcan lines. Ho is an Jct and he sees no reaEon why such
ent bus nsl e worker nnd lender ln.n snowing cannot ue mnue. mis
Pleased With Results!
By buying your Clothes here all rthe year
round, you wilt find that our Quality and
Price combine to make your money Jbuy the
most while the Style, Fit and Finish of our
'Clothes mark you as "well dressed."
Remember too, that when you want some
thing in High-Class Shirts, Ties, .Hosiery,
Shoes, Oxfords, Etc., this is the proper place, to
tho llepubllcan ranks of his home
county nnd Hoaver county Republi
cans wy e glod to hear him.
During the business session, mat
ters ot organization wore dllcusscd
and tho following precinct commit
Ilalko 1,-D. H. Temple, Balko.
Unlko 2, E. II. Holland, Gray.
Heaver 1, W. T. Qulnn, Heaver.
Heaver 2, W. L. Henrdsley, Forgnn.
Denton 1, C. 1. Crawford, Madi
son. Uenton 2. diss. "Eyer, Illvcrsldo.
Uluc Grass 1, II. II. Jett, Madison.
Uluc Grass 2, Jo be selected.
Elmwood 1, F. Jf. Drum, Heaver.
Elmwood 2, A. A. Haskell, Elm
wood. Elmwood XI, E. 'C. Sweet, Hooker.
Florls 1, Waltur Harlow. Florls.
Florls 2, Herb Kushton, Florls.
Garland, M. W. Anshutz, Nye.
Gate 1, Hoy Coppock, Gate.
Gland Valley 1, to bo selected.
Grand Valley 2, W. A. George,
Knowles, W. A. Htckmon, Knowles,
Kokomo 1, G. F. Couch, Beaver.
Kokomo 2, W. E. Husted, Hoyd.
Logan 1, K. E. Harlan, Logan.
Logan 2, Deck Gllger, Lognn.
Nabisco 1, J. A. EUexson, Lorena.
Nabisco 2, F. M. Drown. Lorena.
It was decided, and a call was is
sued, which will bo found in another
part of this paper, to hold precinct
mass meetings In every precinct In
tho county, on Way 4th, at 8 o'clock
p. m at the usual voting place, for
tho purpose of selecting a precinct
conimltteewomnn' in each prccinr.t
and for the further purpose of select
ing an assistant 'committeeman and
assistant committeewonian In each
school district ot tho county.
Jolni V, Savage, of Heaver, was
named assistant county chairman.
O. O. AIENDENHALL,
' ' County Chairman.
. MAUDE O. THOMAS,
We Save You Money on Your Entire Bill.
The Palace Department Store
W. . UOSHER, Provident
H. a. MAPLE, Vlco-Pronldnt
FIRST STATE BANK
Prepared to Extend Every Courtesy Consistent with'
4 .Sound' Banking. . . Deposits Guaranteed.
O. U. CAFUV, Cashier
C. IV. WcKEAV, aaal. Cashier
opinion Is shared by tho Herald. Wo
believo In this northwest bectlon nnd
wo believe that ft road such ns pro
jected bv these gentlemen could not
prove other than an asset, both to
tho promoters and to the tcnitory
through which It will bo built.
The Oklahoman Interview follows.
To bring to Oklahoma City the
grain from the northwest section of
tho Btntc by a direct lino of rallrond
extending irom ncro to woouwani,
across a part ot the 1'anhnndlu, a
corner of Kansas nnd on to Pueblo,
Col., n distance of nearly G0,o miles
Is tho project being considered by u,
group ot financiers headed by Gov.
W. L. Harding of Iowa, who arrived
here last night by automobile from
Such a lino ns-Js proposed would
cost more thau JD0, 000,000 and re
quire more tbnn two years to build,
nnd it would not only open up to
market a rich territory now virtually
isolated but It would make Oklahoma
City tho basic center toward which
the trade from tno section in tue
main will flow.
"Whether or not wo build this rail
road Is a matter for tho futuro to de
cide," Governor Harding said last
nlgnt. "Our party has just complet
ed a three-day drive ot Inspection
and cursory examination through
territory in nnd adjacent to tho pro
posed routes. Wo have been im
pressed by three things: First, tho
Imperative need of such a road; sec
ond, tho deadly earnestness in It of
tho people affected; and third, tho
wonderful agricultural future of tho
territory to be traversed,
Accompanying Governor Harding
aro Gordon L. Stephens, president of
Inter-Sea Service corporation of New
York City,- T. O. Wnrfleld, secretary
of the corporation: George A. I'lntts
of Omnha; E. E. Robertson of Kan
sas City; A. Z. Hlankinsbip of El
Dorado, Kansas; J. W Culwell of
Hoaver, nnd, Jonathan E. Perkins.
The parti' probably will go tonight to
Wichita.' KanbnR. ,
"Only a fraction of tho empire of
fertile, land nlong tho lino of tho pro
posed road is In use because of its
inaccosMiblllty to cheap transporta
tion," Governor Harding said. "I saw
hundreds of cars of grain hauled tre
mendous distances at great cost at
time nnd labor, piled high on the open
ground becauso of Inadequate ship
"I found tho people of that section
from banker nnd merchant to the
To Span the Gap
There is a deep chasm between failure
and success. To cross it one needs a bridge
that is strong- and wide. Many there are
who do not cross.
Again there are many who span the
chasm by the aid of their bank. We can be
invaluable to you in assisting you over im
passable places and pulling you through
tight holes. It may be that all you need is a
little boost now and then. We will be glad
to help you and invite you to call on us.
Open an account today.
County Attorney Edwin S. Gar
dner and Mrs. Alia Gardner slipped
away lust week, piesumably'to Colo
rado lor the purpose of filing on
laud, but in leallty to Hutchinson,
Kansas, where they were .quietly
man led, Friday, Apt II 10th, by
Judge Fulton, of flint city. Tho cete
mony was witnessed by Miss Vern
Illzley. sister of Mis. Gardner, who i noorest homesteader, intensely An.
1b living in Hutchinson. Judge Fill- termined In their efforts to heln nc-
ton is a brother-in-law of H. N.
I.awson, of Beaver.
The uowly-weddod couplo returned
to Honver " Saturday and will make
their fututo homo here, having re
cently purchased tho H. M. Hulick
property on tho West side.
Tlieso young people havo been resi
dents of Heaver practically all their
lives. They wro t eared hero and are
well known to a host of friends.
Hoth number their friends by their
compllsh this project by every means
In their powor. They nre the greatest
bunch ot boost eis tind co-operators It
has been my honor to meet.
"Tho fertility of the soil In north
western Oklahoma and southwestern
Colorado was a revelation to me, I
saw farmers who raised enough
wheat last year to pay for their land
four times over but for tho execs-
slvo cost of long hauls to market
Your Deposits arc Guaranteed
THE BANK OF BEAVER CITY
W. E. HOCKER. Pro.
O. If. CAFKY. Active Viee.Pret.
R. A. MAPLE, Vice-Prei.
G. W. CAFKY. Cashier
When in Beaver
and Not Hungry
Open Early and Late
'Anil T env thnt tlila rmmfrv annn.
acquaintances for thoy nro most er or Inter Is bound to como into lis
woithy and members of two of our own as one of tho greatest and rlch-
Edwards' National Bank of Booker
Capital Stock, $25,000.00
Surplus Fund, $5,000.00
Opened for Business, August 4. 1919
I. N. EDWARDS. President
Your Account Appreciated
oldest and most highly-respected
families. Mrs. Gardner is a daughter
of It. M. Illzley of Elmwood and n
rjster of former county attorney
Iloscoo Illzloy, now of Guynion, Mr.
Gardner only recently relumed from
service over-seas and Is tho newly
appointed county attorney of Beaver
county. Ho Is n brother of Under
Sheriff E. II. Gardner, and of Alts.
Will Ilrown of near Logan.
The Herald Joins with their
friends which aro legion, in heartiest
congratulations and best wIbIicb for
their future happiness.
KM.METT II. GAltnXKU '
ANNOU.VCKS FOIt SIIKUIFF
An anounccmenl In tho Republi
can column this week which many
Beaver county vdtcra havo been urg
ing for somo time Is that or Emmott
B. Gardner, present under sheriff,
who Is asking for tho oiilco of sheriff
of Beaver county
est Bcctlqns of the "United States. It
needs only the realization of such a
propect as this railroad, tq bring such
prosperity to almost distant accomplishment."
And It Is
See Us for Your Needs in
New Stock Jssst 'Received
Paul W. Light Inber Company
R. W. 'PROCTOR, Local Manager
CALL FOIt HHPUULIOAN l'ltE
CINCT MAHS MEKTIXO.
Notice Is hereby given that, u Ho
publican mass meeting will be held
at tho usunl voting place, In each
precinct In Uenvep county, on May
4th, 1S120, at 8 o'clock p. in., for the
purposo, of selecting n committeowO
mnn for such precinct, to serve nnd
act In full authority with tho com
mitteeman, and for tho further pur
pose of selecting assistant committee
men mid coinmlttcowomen In each
school district within such, precincts.
All llepubllcan men nnd women, nnd
those wishing to affiliate with tho
llepubllcan party, aro urged to attend
tho meeting within their fevernl pre
cincts and assist In perfecting tho
organization. Good, llvq. workers
GEO. T. BAfaEY
Good Clean Bunks Good Clean Stalls
Grain, Hay and Feed
This pappr had a great deal to say
last week concerning tho probability
of Mr. Gardner being a candidate and ,0.1,1 lenders ahnuid lm n..ltred Wh
we nro indeed glad to bo able to pre jcannot urge too strongly your nt
sent his name, to the voters (his tendance and participation in theso
week. Ho is capable, trust-worthy meetings. Tho women, munv ot
.! . . . Ullc,u,,u " Ul,li.- "uuii'.wnom will cast their first ballot in
sites which go to mnke an efficient
officer. During his services as under
sheriff ho has attended Wlctly to
tho duties of his offlco and his work
has received tho highest commenda
tion of thosfj who havo had business
dealings with him. We believe thnt
Enimett would make Beaver county
an excellent sheriff and thnt tho lle
llpbllcans would make no mistake In
honoring hint with tho nomination.
S. W. Graco and family aro enjoy
ing a visit this week fioiu Mr.
tho coming primary in August, aro
especially urged to attend.
O. O. MENDENHALL,
MAUDE O. THOMAS,
DISTKICT COUHT AlMOUKNg .
After a two weeks' session during
which tlnip many Important cases on
uiu uuckui wero qisposeu 01, tiismci
court, with Judgo Arthur O. But
ton presiding, adjoined Saturday.
Farm and City j
Best Rates & Terms
W. F. Carson . Company
Farm Loans, Real Estate, InsurMicc
WE BUY WE tOV WE SELL