The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 40, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 19, 1903 Page: 1 of 2
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BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY MARCH 19 1903.
TO ALL THE PEOPLE:
I have just received and opened my new fresh stock of
and am ready to sell you anything In the house at a rea-
sonable price. No trouble to show goods.
We Don't Sell At Cost
Of course you would not expect us to do that but we DO
sell at such a price that you cannot afford to go to the
Railroad to buy your supplies
We Will Sell Goods
that are GOOD. No old junk or shop worn stuff in the
house. New goods will be constantly received
thus giving you fresh clean stock.
Yours for Business
F. P. MADISON.
Mnotor Clyde Madison returned
hooio Sunday nficr nn extended visit
villi hi grandparents Mr. and Mis. F
J. Hirdiull on llm Kiowa
0. V. Ault of Ouster apent a por-
tion of Thursday and Friday in town.
Ho purchased paint while hero and
will paint lii roidrncn this oprlny.
V II. Andeison Kent to Liberal
Sunday to rsculto nnd unlond n car of
(lour and Teed Ho rcluruod homo the
first of the week.
K. II Anderson hat n supply f
iood IrMi seed potatoes. J'"lcr see
III 01 nt once if yuti need lie lift
(ho Lent kind.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Spring begins Siturday.
IIow was Monday fur n Spring day?
The clicupuat placo to buy groceries
Will Asa and Perry Kilo went to
Liberal this week after supplies.
-Butter and Eggs at
0 K. Wright went up to Liberal
Tuesday to spend n low days nt home.
TI10 fiucst line uf candy ever brought
to Beaver nt Anderson's.
A new gasoline luuip has been in-
stalled it' the bunk buildinp
E. A. Maple nnd wile were trading
in tho elty Monday.
C. 0 Eeddiek purchased buggy of
Carter Trucy last week.
Georgo ilubb of Custer wa in town
Tacduy nttendiug to business. While
here he took orders Tor gloves Tor his
Lawyer K II. Loolbourrow went to
tLo west end of tho county last wetk
to look after busincis relative to his
Miss Ella Madison and George
Whitnkcr both of Cmlcr wort mar-
rird at that placo one day this week
The Herald extends congratulation!.
Mis Cortha Kagay resumed her du
tics n4 teauhcr of tho Cottouwood
schiiol this week Her school hns had a
short vacation ou account of scarcity of
Are you figuring on budding ft pas
tun? Write or call nn Itolin & Brown
Liberal Kansas or Tyrone Oklahoma
lor prices on wire posts or any kind ol
Our buMucM pulley is "Live and Itt
live." Ifynudo net believe it t'n
next time you are in Liberal Kima
or Tyrone Oklahoma call on Uuliu A
Drown nt tbn lumber yard nud ask lot
prices on uny thine: yoji wnut.
John Savairu uud wife returnod to
Bearer Tucsd ly evening. John hn
been nt Guthrie the put thro moti'l
serving ns clerk to the President of tin
Council Ho looks natural notwith-
standing the fail that ho is "old mar-
ried folks" now.
When in need of n luery rii; or Had
die horse or any accommodation usu-
ally furnished by first clnis licr
burn givo me n call nt the dim Thomp-
!on barn nt tho north b'kIu of town
Huy nud grain always on hand.
tf A V. Rock.
Hots Neill of Boyd was in town
Saturday nnd wbilo hero paid the Her-
ulil oflice n pleasant cnll.
V. J. Uirdsall of Custer was in
Denver tho Orst of the week visiting
his daughter Mrs. V. 1. Madison.
Miss Mary Arnold camo down from
Liberal Saturday and made Goal proof
on her claim.
Tannohill & Ruck real estate brok
ers havo moved into their commodious
quarters on East 2d Street.
Mrs. Amanda Lohstrob pirchasrd n
new steel rango for us? in her rentaur-aiit.
Mrs. Lydin Hcaly who has spent the
past fuw months in Heaver serving ns
deputy district clork during tho absence
of her brother Juhu Savage returned
to her homo nt Benton yesterday.
Photographer J. 13. Dixon pulled
Makes thU week and left Tor lliggins
where he will pitch his tent Tor a few
weois. Hoy Browu hauled his car over
to that place.
Oswnld Thienie of Grand Valley
was in town Saturday as a witness for
Miss Mary Arnold in her final proof
Ho called at this officii nnd adjusted
For floo cigars aud tobucco
Mr. Walker is clerking lor F. II .
Elvin Book is driving F. P. Madi.
ton's freight outfit.
To F. 0: Tracy's for good goods and
Waller Wilson' uid Iriond Mr. Butt
of Bycrs wero in town Saturday
F C. Tracy is headquarters for gents
Georgo Healy woi up Iroui (lie ranch
lo speud a ft'w days this week
If you want to buy or soil Ileal Ks-
lato list it with 0. 0. Tannohill.
J. Blanchard made a business trip
to Liboral Saturday returning Sunday.
Frank Bogud mado n trip to Liberal
last week uflrr cho for his weak cows.
II. D. Pockhsm was hauling grain
from Liberal last week. .
Miss Klith Loolbourrow will go to
tho Giniarroc Saturday to visit fur a
fuw days with tho Misses Danks.
8uy boys did it eyor como acro's
your mind that you can tako nnu of
C. Tracy's buggies fur just a low $
Such weather as wo Imvo had the
past week will make green grass rapid-
ly. 0. 0. Tanneliill hns a Notary Public
card in tbn Herald. You should read
and heed it:
Frank Lauhrin biought in n 9ix-
borso load of lumber and grain for
himself from Liberal Saturdny.
M. K. Mcudor was among tho ninny
Reavcrites who visited Liberal in u
business capacity last week.
Head the second report of tho Hank
of Benver City. Not such a bad show
ing fur a new institution.
Tho St. Patrick ball giyeu by Harry
HaiiNon was not largely attended but
those who wore present ropoit a joll)
Anderson has a carload of flour
that ho is soiling is cheap ns you cm
buy it ut the railroad. Kvery sack
R. G. Duiilp of Clear Like a sub
stantinl friend of tho Horald was in
town Tuesday. He says io stood the
atoim fine and thnt h'u stock aro in
Are ynu going to build? If so you
will need lumber lath tliinglci doors
sash limo cement ect. 8co Itolin k
Brown Liberal Kansas and Tyrone
Oklahoma fur prices.
Mrs. Ilaive llustcd has been enjuy-
ing n vUit from tr father wlm resides
in Missouri. Tho old gcutlerann re-
turned homo last wsek taking Mrs.
Uuslcd's two eldest som Leonard nnd
Frank with him.
IIOPEI ROPE I ROPE I
Headquarters lor saddlo ropo. I
am ngent for tlie Gallup saddlo rope
also I handle tho celebrated Dudley
saddle rope uud other rope too.
F. II. Anicrson.
Since our last isuu wo havo learned
that tho unfortunate uiin who was
round dead in his liouie near Gate re-
cently was Kd Hnrrold and that (hath
win c.iuicd by consumption. A broth
or of tho deceased arrived Irom No.
brakVaand took the remains to Alex-
andria Nebraska for burial.
A company of hpceulatois ineluoin
tho Kxcumon Agtrnt of tho C. II. I. A'
P. railroad were in town the first of
the wei'k looking nt the country with n
view of locating renters here. They
ulio interviewed tho llenyer Townsite
Company to got their coopertin in
boominc Beaver. Finlcv Hock took
tho parly to Woodward Monday
Mrs. Hllcn Plain who ha been viiil-
ing in Michigan for somo timo past
writes that she will return homo in a
hhort timo. Siio will be accompanied
by Iter mother n brother and a niece
all of whom will locato in this county.
Mrs. Pluin was ctllud lo Michigan by
the serious illnens of her father who
died (shortly aftor her arrival.
I have for salo on my ranch known
ns tho old Dnylo ranch adjoining the
city of Knglewood Kanins about jTi
big geldiugH nnd work uiann ulso sev
eral spatis of extra largo throe and four
year old mules nil in good working
condition nud ready for harness. Come
to the ranch nnd sec tho stock. Turuie
Juo. A. Edwards
G. U. Merehant of Liberal who
hns been n sufferer from aitbma lor
yeire died nt his home at that plnce
8iturday March. 1 1 from tho (.fleet
of tho (iucaso. Mr. Meirbnnl lived !u
this county in the iiinity of Uoyd 15 r
a. number of years nnd h well knwn
to many Heaver county people all or
whom regret his untimely demise nnd
sympathize with the wife of tho de-
ceased who is left lo mourn the los ol
a kind aid loving husband.
The delinquent tax list appears
Do you Imvo guod luck? If you
don't wear a "Lucky Rtbblt's Foot"
hat and you will.
R M. McFarland and family were
down from Liberal last week and spent
a few days on thor..noh.
Andsrsou has u carload of flour tha
lis ti selling at a low ilguro. Better
lay lo a supply while llm carload lasts
'Ou Moscr came down from Meade
)Ionday nd wont down on ths Kiowa
wber ho will spend the winter.
XK T.rflllnflr. of the east end os In
town last week and purohaacd a new
bugy of Carter Traey
If you want lo buy orell nnytbing
ia the Fy of live stock er real estate
.afe w ist the cM Jm lopsoB livery
susar m are. '
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Miss Foy Danks who dismissed her
school on Clear creek to attend tho bed.
ildo of her sick mother will re-epen
her school Monday.
Frco ticket to St. Louis for ten days
lor uiun to learn barber trado. Prac-
tical experience expert instruction
tools diplomas board and positions
given. Molrr College Representative
Kansas City Mo.
J D. Nilcs and son Leandcr return
ed homo from Meade Tuesday evening.
Mr. Nlles has been gono sinco January
1st and has been holding Salvation
Army meetings continuously in consequence-
of whieh much good work was
done nnd uinny persons wero persuaded
lo givo up tho ways of sin nnd tho tlcvil
Wu do not know whether Cuptuin Nile;
will continue his Army mcetiiigs at
this plaee or not but hope that ho will
do so Mi Beulnh returned to Lib-
eral fur n few days vitit sftcrwhieh she
will return homo for the summer.
Nice wenther again jut a little
Mrs. IliUiio Hng'ie viitcd Mr LM
Pci-klmm otif diy list w.ik.
Lunistpr' hive Iilhii working up v
IL'iifer mil diilliii hit nn k mid thir.
Mri. Ud Ptfklrtin isitul Mrs. Kvan
hip day Inst vriek.
Alva A len his fc-eii working for Mr
Cff.y "f late.
C C. Lamastcr nf Clit.e was visiting
at his uncles' K. F. Luuastcrs last
Grandma C ffoy hns returned from
visitinc li r daughter Mrs. Murduek
W. p. Cv.ius went to (be road last
Dr Mtinoll was out to batch on hi
Alvi Allen made n trip to Uiigle-
wuod hit week for Mr. Cuffoy.
Brown and Horn: stayed nt V. J
Jones' Stturday niuht on returiiing
from K.igluwoad with freight.
W. .1. Jones tnnk care of I'rnnk
img'if s stnci: wutio t rani; wus goni-
to the road
Caplnln Nile-i nud hU fair daughter
nro working hard to nrsuno ihc slug-
gih syhtem of thoso church members
who think as they aro converted that it
is nnt necessary for them to do aught
else but go to church on Suudiy. He
says and rightly too that it will bo
next to inipnssiblo fur liitn to create
nuy enth'.iMnsui uule-i lit has tbn huar
ty co-operation of the church ineiubors.
nnd wu trust that tl ey wilt not be
afraid to go out nnd mingle with the
sinners and do their very utmost to
urga them to repent. It certainly
must ho dirihcaitcning ta an exhorlnr
when ho cannot get the members ol
tho church to even join tho t-inging
Lot us hope that tho Captain will not
have to do nil tho work hiuiBCIf and
that the bretheru will nil turn to nnd nt
any rati look a? though tiicv wanted
lo usMSt. Meade News.
Tho above sum nil I be paid for in-
formation lending to tho nrrt a lie
ronvlcliun of nuy one guilty of killing
Htcnliiig of ilt'piiJj.iug ou any u'ltth
btlonging to uu.
0 UIO. I'.HIc'.VDmI Kail.
Wo havo puriha-ed one of the l.itfhl
improved well iliilln nud nro no7 pre-
pared to put down welU thniiigh nny
kind of foil qti!(.kniid or rui'k. Fur
lurthtr parlleul.uc nr in mit-
L iiniiutcr it don
B ...T o. r.
Georgo Whilakcr of Ouster Is suf-
fering from n badly poisoned hand
which was poisoned while skinning cat
tie At first blood poliou wus Icarcd
but Dr. Miller isdiessiog tho soro and
it is healing now.
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Mrs. Amanda Lohstrob has the ma
ierial ou the ground and will muu have
a restaurant erected on Douglas avcuuo
three doors south of Ilia Horald oflico.
Carpenters Clift and Hanover hnvr
two new bouses In course of construc-
tion F. P. Mndls'Jii's midoueo and
tho McKow & Syuions saloou
Bolin &. Brown Liboral Kansas and
Tyrone Oklahoma entry n eomploto
Hue of everything uiuallr found inn
l' 1 wi iimi
Rot Brown who lias been freighting
at this plies the part winter left this
week Ur bis home en the Kiowa to
bigln priK work.
Krrbody alicBied hand meeting
as per call nn m a rfteii. many new
msBibcn were added to' ike wtiiii-tiou
The Mcado Lumber & Supply Co. ol
Meade Knnxa uro strictly teliuhlo nnd
all ncwcomir- and thoo Inleodlng to
huy lumber and bui'diug material can
buy good material ut lowest prices at
Wo learn thii week tf tho dimh nf
Mm. M. 0. Danks of Nye. Tbo du-
ceascd has lived in tli s county lur sev-
eral years nnd wnt held in tho highest
esteem by nil who knew her. Hy her
death a husband is depriyed of the
love and companionship of a falthlul
wife and her children fivo of whom
survive hor aro led to mourn Ibo lo4
of akiuil and indu'y-'iit mother. The
family havo many frauds in this vliln-
ity who ure giioved lo learn of tlnir
loes unci wbnj in Iho Herald in ex
tending to lint imiuiuful uim's Hlueiif
Real Estate and Livu Stock Drokers.
This is tlio stock man's purndiso. A
county whrr-j gras crows nine inontlif
in the yinr uhtro y variety and kind
uf forago erups grow in nbundnucu mul
where stock is particularly fio from
llolow is a Hit of n few ur our bar-
gaiiiH; No. 10. mOncirtnilJolnlMx lloiivcr Ipwii-
filtr; li'iutv liirn orclmtil ninl (West liirn
(JU ncrei luow IiiiiiI; nil omlcr gooJ ffine;
Denver titer running lliruiiKli nm- Mv of it
ThU it n line nlotk firm unit cin le LuiigLl
for t-IO 00 icr ncro cutli. Clear title.
No. IS. Ilirierunin lioiixe klnlile nml
eljjlit lots ou Wot 'J listieit. A Jelnitile
Iccnlioii Value $7' 0
No 15 A curner lot on Ilouglin atcuut
attuuleJ In lltock 89. Value f:i-.'5.
When Your Appetite
U need a
9 Bks9Vnl I fe
Sold only in In-cr-scal Packages
NATIONAL DtSCUtT COMPAJrr
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en for iBUcleye parmirt IVJactyrteTV
Give me your order for Wind Mills
Pumps Casings Pipe etc.
I can fill your order for
anything in my line.
A L McPlierson Pros. H. E. G Putman Vice-Fres
Ed E McPhcrson Cashier
BANK OF bEAYER CITY '
pf Beaver County Fi
Every courtesy consistent with conscivathg
banking extended to patrons Interest
paitl on time deposits. Your account
solicited be it large or small.
Wo won't nsk you lo rend I'1. 1'.
Mudli-oti'a ad you trill do that nnynny
but no would Miifgest that nh.lu
buying t;oods you step in and iuf-prtt
his stoik. Kverytlilnjris Iresh nnd
clean and you will rccslvo courteous
"Wo aro reliably informed that the
Meade Lumber k Supply Uo at Mcmhi
Kansas have a in uro full nun complete
lock of lumber and lulldjnt; material
(ban can lx found tlewhi'io. mid (hut
tl'e quality is youd and pricrs vciy low
Go lo 0. I'rnry A('t. for McF.iilaud
Carriage Co l'r jnur UtiKities and
Vehlclus ho bus juil retelved a oir
load direct from Kunmry at Connors
vlllo lud. nil warraiited by the faetury
which Tracy uuraulio's In puichiixer
why buy from middlemen nr catalogue
houses uud pay hied rati- nud fthy'itH
nhenyou ean but from iiot huiuls di-
rect from Iho ftu'lory nnd obtuin car
load rnlcf ullrouml and ynu knotr 'ynu
ure dealliitf with the tutiiulnttory di-
reol Tracy will tre yiu an lioiu'l
doalj NicVailnnd Vi'hlrld ate Ihu b at
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