Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 13, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 2, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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The Larf Mi Olroataltoa
of any Hewsaajwr In West
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1900.
NEWS OF THE VICINITY
Jim Hallinger of liny H " "nn
MIm Jennie Mapln 1ms been engaged
to tfnrh the BhtcRrass school
Kd Vcckbam lately erected a house
on hi claim
Billy Clary of Nyo won In town ono
day lnHt week.
IrViH Qninn and wife ani father rnado
(rip to Liberal last week.
T. .1. .1ndy and Mr. Karl of tho Ki-
owa wire in town Saturday.
Frank Itouo was n pleasant caller in
J. W. MoCool drove up to town Sat-
urday to Interview Iricnd.
Harmon Fox canto down from the X
I ranch tho latter part of last week.
Henry Iocse of Klmwood was on
our streots Saturday.
J. II. Cullom and Newell Fore spent
several diys in town since our last issue.
Art Thomas weut to Mcado Saturday
Misses Little uud Helen Dunlop were
in town Friday having dental work done
D. H. Kinder undo nn addition to
bis fenco around his residence last week
Art Thomas is busy putting up feed
Dyke Hallinger went to Ashland on
business last week.
Ben Hoguo has moved to his resi-
dence which he bought of Ed Hibbs.
A. N. Craomcr and J. C. Hodge
went fishing Tuesday. -
Allen Baker and wifo wero in town
the fiWf tho weok
Loofbonrrow & Son repalrod their
etoro building this week.
Jim Williamson is in town again for a
A round up of the Savago horses ts
Wing held this week on tho t u'.h flats.
Fred Taintor v in Beaver tho first
of tho week.
Mrs. A. Groves has bocn quire poorly
the past few days.
Mines Grace Becbe and Muiy Brown
were shoppers in town Wednesday
Dick Griggs of Meade was a business
caller here Tuesday and Wcdnosday
Jesso Lauam cauio down from Mcado
with Col Dick Griggs Tuesday
Ollio O'Neal was called to Beaver on
C 11 Wright came down from Liberal
During tho wind storm Saturday cvo
ft wind mill bolongini; to E. F. Limas
tor was partly blown down.
F. S. Druminond will return to Boa-
ter to remain permanoatly about August
Little Harry Balliogcr was quite' sick
several days last weok with stomach
trouble. Ho is now much improved.
E. F. Prints lately purchased a houso
in ; 'Liberal and will movo there this
wta'ter to tend his children to school.
Dyko Balliogcr is having an addition
Bade to his residence in tho south part
James Baker otpeots fats mother and
nelce to arrive here in tho near futuro
to remain iadeSnittly.
Mm. 8. B. Weir and daughter Miss
May were shopping in Liberal last
Sam Butler who is staying with
Harvo Miller of Elmwood was in town
0. Traoy has added a line of furnituro
to his mifcantlle stock. Ho received a
sew lot of goods Frldsy.
J L. Reed who has beep puttipg up
bay at tho XI ranch was UP town'" Sat-
urday. Dr. Munsoll returned from llardesty
Friday tveoinir. Ho brought his team
Md buggy down with him.
Casper ltedcmer returned from Dodge
Friday whero he has been helping
Sltven Brea. shear thtir sheep.
Notico tho ad of Leo tc Heed under
A. N. Cranmer and family have
moved into tho houso recently ocoupicd
by Ben Boguc.
A number from this placo contem-
plate iiticndini: (he "Log rolling" at
Wichita which rnininciirca t cpt fith
Tho eniilMi'i lor buildtnu tho now
addition to the school houso has been
let lu 0 1 Snihh '1 ho coMif iMsiiion U
A itaady and useful occupation is far
batter for a young person than an abun-
dance of money with Idlouoas
L. B. Hasted came to town Tuesday
Ho rrportaa good ruin at his place Sat-
l.S. Drommood and wife who recent
G. II. Merchant wlm went id ('nln.
radu Springs lur lu heultli Mtiiuvd
homo lust week. Tin' ir we tun llphi
in Colcrndii. He could not si.rid it.
Mlsces Lillut anil H-rnlo Over who
have been viiiin(. in thu Hunt lur the
past few month.- tin- ixpeetcd home
The dentist played havoc with iho
elderly Indies' loeth iho y-i wick.
Nearly every old buly yuu unci is
Misses May nnd Jruiiio Weir expect
to returu to Wuhitu nliniit i!iu firi ol
Septcmbir In uiicnd heboid. This l
Miss .May's .-i term in high sclni.il.
If parents would Imtibli iho "dime
novel" I'roin tho lii'tifeluild nut pn-nutit
their childruii with u year's subscription
Id thin pupor there would bo less crinio
A man over in Clay county iho oth
cr day wished to run his houso un tho
devil would run it and his wifo chose to
bo tho dovil. Tho result will bo a di-
F. C. Tracy received a new wiud mill
Friday which ho expects to put up' at
his residence He says ho will have"
sorno trees now if water will Kocp them
J. W. Fox and Sheriff Weir had a
little fight on the street Friday in con-
sequence of which Mr- Weir has a bad
looking fa co and eye Tim trouble
arose over Lon Ford's board bill.
Some 1 1 tic ago P. D. Munsell pur-
chased luivn hit- in El Reno fur 87r.00
apiece for which hu wus offered S3U0.
recently Ho refused this offer and in-
tends to construct a residence on them
in tho near future.
The Moadn County Normal will com.
uicncc next Monduy. We hopo to see
u large attendance us Supt. Porlcrftcld
has been making all the necessary ar-
rangements for a ir.t class institute.
Jim Williatu-on c.uiin into this officii
the other duy uud asked why in tho
world no put such samples of corn in
our window. Said ho had lot belter
than that he didn't bring nuy lu how
Uailroad cxlcnjiiki :ccnis to be ihu
main r abject of conjvcriutiuu cf people
along ihe line. Wosuy hurry up und
build for as Minn us ihut lino is built
tho Santa Fo will to forced to build
weit and will come straight up the Bea-
Notico the want advertisements of
Guy W. Baroum each week. Mr. Har-
num makes a specialty of Insurance
Fire Lightning Tornado Lifo und Ac
cident Ileal Estate buying and telling
villago property making and placing
loans for private individuals
A. Groves and Dot Herron weut to
Liberal last week . Ditt went up to see
tho doctor concerning her arm which
iho hurt last week iu falling from a
horse. Tho doctor Mid that her arm wai
badly bruised but not broken Mr.
LI roves Iroulit back u load of lumber.
Will Thomas cime down from Liberal
Friday. This is the first time Will has
been down for somu tiuiu and all wero
glad to ecu hiui. Ho has not been feel
lug well for somo time and thinks that
ha will take a "lay off" soon to recuper-
ate. Tho water in the river is very low at
present and in soma places has entirely
dried up. If this contiuued dry spell
keeps up much longer it will bo a hard
matter to get water for tho largo herds
of cattle which am ranging on the river.
The attendance at church last Sun-
day night was larger than than common
and tho mutiojU to be commended.
Plums nro very scarce In this vicinity
and iu fact in all parts. Tho late frost
killed most of tho bloisoms and the low
that escaped the frost wero eaten by tho
caterpillars. The wild grapes era more
plentiful than tho ploms but I hoy too
aro moro senrce than last year.
The Dodgo City District campmcct-
ing will be held at Undue City Kansas
from August. .'10 to September 9 It is
understood that tho persons who are to
conduct this ctnipniccling will hold a
catnpmcpting tit Heaver at iho closo of
tl'.o Doduc City meeting
David Miller liniuuht n n Mimplo
of enm l.it Wen's which i li it; ns any
wo ever s iiv cunsiilrilii il eniidiliim ill
ihu iMxtlur Tin1 olH'ks me uip unit
Htniiij: uud i'ii em. tiro ImII und well ile
vetoped. 11 sit it tint been lor tho ill
spell tlnit i'iiiiic just us llo; com w.i in
car Undo Davo would huvo hm u un
crop of corn.
If uny of the readers of this p.ipir
notice .1. II. 'i'lioiiiuM lending nil' jour
hnrso do lint ho nlutiiied he will reiiiin
it when ho funis his loi-i.ikr. I.hmi
week he eu.'hl a burse which he nup
puscd to he hii own and put il in II-
corml. In llic cniire "I mi Imnr hii
own horse cmno up. I'nl .!. !!. Iiel
sold? Woll nsk him.
We noticu by the Meade (Hobo 'hut
among tho leading features of the noa.
sou at Mcado this yenr will ho an Old
Miild eoiivenlion. At this convention
will lie loutnl the I'nliled luuutuiii ol
youth by whieh old imiids iitnj- be
chsnged intolhciiuiil'ul blutiuiing er en-
ures." Now old maids is your chance
of n lifu lime.
Tho llardesty mall carrier seems in be
ou n strike again. Ho camo in luM
Thursduy evening with tho mail and
concluded I suppose that tho job was
loo hard at least he never "showed up"
I'nday morning. Tho carrier lidn't
skip the country he hi in ply turned his
bono out and gut another job. l'riin!;
McNealy cuinn down Mnnduy nnd hum
I hereby nbnounco myself as a candi-
date for re-election to tho offico ol coun-
ty clerk subject' to the decision of the
Democrat lo County Convention.
Fred C. Trac.
k Old Soldiers' Itrunlon.
llendiinrtcrs Uniithwcstcrn Veterans'
Association Meade Kansas.
Notice Is hereby Riven that thu Seventh
Annual Heuutnn of the tiouthwettern
Veterans' Assnuliitlnii will lio held nt
Meade IvHnsns. iturlni; tin: month of
Hcpteinhnr exact date will tic nuuniinccil
t.'ome nut nuil nld us In nssiirlug n suc-
cessful und eojo) utile reliiljli. Mentln
bids on welcome.
It. M. I'.MNTCIt It. W. OlIIIIIIS
Xollrn to Tenchrrs.
There will ho u puhliij exauiinnli m if
.ippli.MtiN for itsicIitTK ccrtilicatts ut
llo- pulilie mIiodI litiildini! in Heaver mi
Ihe 17th Mini iKth d.ii. of August HICO
T. L. I'l.iivn
Tucsihy noon Meudo whs very much
excited over u -liooting uffruy ihnt no
ciirn d ou Ihe Hurt h ride between .l.-.v-e
I. 'Mi. mi uud l.imes (tilliek. The I'neU
'I- lur II the (i'ol.e hiw hi'i'tl utile hi
lil'lll me us iii(i (illlillc iil
thai LhIiiiiii luid Mtiil he ((iiliik) hint
itMtu iwn cows of ii eeriuiu pun v.
When (!ill:ck met Liinini u swift quill
rcl nccured :nd siiiue p.iss were nisde
by liolh parlies folloueil hy Laiiiun ilisw-
lug nUS leviiher and shooting Ciilliek
ti noil t " inchtH litdow the left shoulder
blade. The slim Idled hini o iho sldc-
wnlk und whit.) Kile.' iu ihut position n
second shut was lireil pcnetrnlrug the
skin ol the nvek ubout three-fourth
inch fro hi the main artery. After the
shouting l.nn.iiil coolly wulkrd nwny und
Gillick wus taken iu eh'srgu by Dr.
Dickcrsou. He-was taken'to Iho room
cast of the P. 0. .and an examination
iuiulc. Gtlllck's pulse was strong and
the wound did not sccia to distress him
riiii'li. Dr. Cruinbino was telegraphed
Haying made easy and choap by tho
new Blocker sold by Lee tc Heed Eoglc
Wood Kansas For hay kaffir corn and
eano Something new It saves money
timo and labor Wrlto for particulars
TO THE LADIES.
Mrs. Guy W.Darnum has opened a
dressmaking establishment in Heaver
two doors south of Post OfEcj on Doug.
las Avenue. Mrs. Barnum is un expert
in this line. Prices reasonable. Your
Three yearling heifers. Ono red
one red white face one red spotted face
Strayed last fall at weaning time.
Branded HE conncc'.cd on right hip.
F. M. Enomhii
Wn have for sale a car load or high
grndo'Mi-oiiri bred hcrel'ord bulls from
ltlniH mouths old. Coma and sco
them or write to
Tally & Ai.i.k.n
Life lii!uratrs '.'olicics hnugti lor (?.ili.
AIo lunar made nn desirable policies
in sums of$f00 and upwards when Ihe
values of the policies just iTy. Kates und
terms made known on application.
Address Carter Thai v
2-22-iii2 Heaver 0. T.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Wm Always Bough'
cdupthohorsoundlo k tho mail W i .r TIVI. n 10 ovcllin: nilf
li II. Mock and wifo left for Custer
Sunday moroinu where ha will t"p fur
three or four days lu do ilentul werk.
While hero hu wus kept hIiium euu-
stautly busy. e cxpeels in return lu
this place in September und will 1c I ere
during court. If anymie bus uny work
lu bo done they would do well to see
Mr. Mock as he is n painless dentist uf
tho right order.
There was preaching uud n basket
dinner at tho hunin ol W. I1. Ernus lust
Sunday. () L. Yeagcr ileliveied mi iu
leiening heiuioii in the toreiioon ulter-
whieh tho bnsket dinner took phici) then
Sunday school nnd preuehiug were held
in the nllcruuiin. There was quiiu u
largo crowd present aiming which were
n number from Heaver. All spent u
very pleasant nnd profitable duy
Thcrc were three udditions madu to ihe
church tho converts brimr Miss Sarah
Lamastcr and iluinioand S ih Coffe).
Elsowhcro iu this paper ..pecars tin
- . . i a tit
announeement oi i'ir. I'reu i rracy u
a candidate for re-election to tho uthec
of eounty clerk subject to tho action of
tho Democratic county convention Ai-
to Mr. Tracy's iUHlifications for the po
sition tho IlKltALn has already ex-
pressed its opinion llo is thoroughly
competent and trustworthy as his record
as an official shows. Hu will mako a
stroug and deserving candllatc.
Notico is hereby givuu that unlcs nil
accounts duo us an settled within ten
days tho accounts will he placed in the.
hands of a collector
HUHTEII k Uo.MAN
We have the best goads that
money can buy and are sell
ing them for less than others
ask or second grade. Out
oroil is not as big as goitrs
when gou buy of vs.
nude nn exuiin..iiiot) probed tho wound
iinl found tlmt the bullet did not pene
trate the cavity id the body and thought
the wound not it d.inerous one us the
hull hud struck u rill and turned Inilttej
un iho right hide ho think" near the
shoulder hl.iihi. At I ho present lime
Gillick is resting easy nnd struiic
hopes ure entertained I'm his speedy re-
covery. Ihii.iiii promptly ;avo bond uf
S 111110 for his iippenranre at district
court. Mc.idu Globu
The writer hud tho privilege of tak
ing ii drivodnnn ih river las-l Sunday
and to attcud tho basket dinner uud
preuehiug at tho home of W. P Evans.
Crops till along the mud were iu guud
condition and demonstrated the fact
pUiuly that all wo need to make this an
agricultural country is mum rain. On
reaching Mis. Curiiucl's placo a few
All persons indebted lo inenro hers
by notified to call and sctlle by Aug.
full as I have sold my saloon and desire
In eln.'e all accounts. All account no
paid by that day will be placed in the
hrnda nfa collector.
tf. D. B- Kinder.
Notice is hereby given that J. A
Uli'ti has filed his petition iu my olfico
praying fur a licensa lo sell milt spirit'
nus und vinous liquors at retail on hit li
Hlock 80 in the village of Beaver
Hcuvcr Llmnty Oklahoma for the period
of ono year.
Unless written protect or objection be
filed ic my oflico beforo tho 5 day of
August A. D. 11)00 said petition will
bo granted. s
Detcd Hcsver Oklnhoui.i July IG iSOO.
F. C. Tracy. County Clork.
Notico is hereby given that at a scs-
eiuu of the Hoard uf County Commission.
ers of Hcsver County Oklahoma Tnr.
east of town we noticed what held on Urn fith day of July A. D. 1311(1
Quite a number 'of young people wero
prevent and still there wero many w)o
might have did no who were not there I
1 m I fa 4lta mIama omtl IimmIasI A dlitoittil in bk .-..
'J u- f -" ' - "- - WANifiU TU BUHItOW 940000
kavc goae to Enid to live
Wm. Irvin atartcd for Colorado with
buaeh of horses this week. Perry
Hlbba aeoompauled lnm.
Tha will be a round op in tho ' lo
eallty of Taiator's ranch in about tw0
K Mcado Kans.
Aug. 7 1000.
I hereby appoint Comrsdo J H.
Quinn Vice-I'reddcnt within aid for
I luvo a customer who wauls lo bur-1 Heaver county Oklahoma to fill vamn-
row 1400.00 for U monlhs. A No. 1 i oy caused by removal of Comrade I. 8
sceurlty Tor 91000.00. Ileasonablo in-
terest. Profer making loan from pri-
Guy W. Barnum
' Beaver 0. T.
Drummond from ciid county.
t It. W.Guirjuii
It. M Palutcr Seo'v.
would hsve been n i;ood licld of corn
hud it not hreu for the lack of rain. At
E W. Groves's pluoo it whs plain to
see that his Mttntiiin was turned to live
slock he having u g(.nii field of foiage.
Ou down the road wo -a me to the home
of li. M. Gardner whoso lariu although
be lias only been there a short v time
showed signv of marked improvements
then too next to him was C. A. Allen's
place. Only those who know Mr. Al-
len and his family can know how hnrd
thuy have worked to nmke their hoioi
what It Is. Hut when ihey look uhoui
(licit) and sco the trees both urua'ueui.il
uud fruit tho garden with ils uduuduiico
uf lluwcr and vegetables und in tho
pusluro seo their growing bird uf live
flock thoy loci limply repaid for oil
their labor. Leaving this wo next came
lo E. F. Lamaster's he loo is n new set-
tler and is uraduully moving up ihu
line. Wo also pimcd iho ranches of
Frank Hague and W. J. Jones whiJi
showed by their appearance that Ihey
wero owned by cnergclio young men.
AH ulotig the river uud foot hills largo
herds of cuttle wcru gruzltig whieh fully
represent Heaver enuuty'is wealth. Ar-
riving at unr destination we ei u i mm It
tirctller place lhali we loot ever on e i
i'nro in this emiuiy. Mr. I'vun-V lnm
is almost entirely sub irriifi-fl and he
can raise tnnst unvthln he chooses
AH ubout. his hiriM hmisit giirdeu. flow-
ers nnd irers were uruwlng profusely
Tho iipplu ttevs were loaded with green
frilli n also wi . i ho peach. Hut of
ill lliee ihu Oueyiid was ihu nicest
The viiii-wine Hell trained and full of
fruit f'.inh plnets ns thrsu show that
fruit and Veuulubles euu bo raised hero
il'ouly thu ucci-Mary walir can be supplied.
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A New Discovery fcr the Certain Gire of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes by mail 75 cents; Bottles 60 cents.
IAMES F. BALLARD. Soto Proprtetsr - - 310 Hotih MUn Sires! ST. LCIK3
thopclitiou signed by Wesley lliblii e:
al Klmwood Township asking for a vi
for tho purposo of vacating certain sec-
tion lines was presented as follows towit
Commenting at the half ssctiou stone
nn tho section (township) lino between
sections i3 township 2 N.. Hango z
HUM and section 18 Tp jN. IUdi'24
i;(M thencu South one mile stoppint:
al the hall'sertluii stot.a between t-eetlnnH
J4 Township 2 N Hanjjo 'l' IM'.M mid
seclinn 1!) inwu-hip 2 N lluu-'ejl I'.t'M
ill in Klmwiu'd Inwihip He.ivir Co'imy
And that thu lurincr vie.veit lutiuu
lulled lo a'rrco lu the uiuiier .1 uii" M
Imtic N A I'eckhuui und Divld Mill-
er were upi'oinlcd u-i tiewct-. 'I Imi
snid viewers ineit at ihu plme nl
beuillhlug dUAu Muted Oil the di id
Auuust A. I). 10011 a 1 n'.diiek p. in
o'" said day and proceed lu vie.v mi. I
sectiou line tud givu all pittiv 11 hem.
Done by older of tho Hnaid id' l'n
Cuiniulssioners orileaver Coiiuiy Uklu.
Dated Hearer Oklahoma dulj IT l !
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