The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 30, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY APRIL 30 1903.
YOU SAVE MONEY
by buying your Groceries' at ANDERSON'S.
mmmvmnv mmistt mv Ttmwm
to Supply your wants. Prices the LOWEST. Just come
in and get Prices and you will not go to the Road anymore
I Will not be Undersold.
Yours for Business
F. H. ANDERSON
Star Mirepy Barn
f Iew4 lean artel OomforUMe LiVer
and "peed ibtaele.
GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS- FAIR PRICES
Tfcfei rain fleet and anow U a cotker
N. A. PeeLnam who has been TcoHnp
a little touch of rhcuraatiam of late i
reeling much iaaprofed aioce our warm
Miii Selioa Ttiomaa who spent tin-
cast Boutli with relatirti here return
ed lo her home at Green Hidge Mo.
flnnrl. fihn was accOtDDlDied to
Meade by her brother Art.
Bearer is lo have a new drugstore.
The building Tor the n eatahtiahment
if nader cottrso of construction. 8cc
the anoounrement of "Tho Atlas Drug
gift" is another column.
C. N. Dirdaall or Coaler
trasloese caller jeaterday.
A. Grotea ia fencing bia claim aooth
of town for a aaramer paatare.
Mia 8e liua Tboeaaa made final proof
a her boaeatead Saturday.
F. n. Andera on ia hating a meat
atop erected at the rear of hie store.
R. H Loofbourrow aarved as
deputy county treaaarer during (he
absence of County Treasurer Putmao.
Mm. 8pringcr flesa and mother
Mrs. Ordella Ruihinj.- were in the city
on business the first of the week.
Tanneliill and Hock real ejlafc
Woken hare their office adorned
with m. near ien.
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ha purehaaed th 1 Oklahoma forprico
J R. Hlukle and wife
J. E. Of er ol Cline waa a
nesa culler in town Saturday.
Orer doc not riit the county rent
rerr often Ihia beiug his firat tr'p for
Are you going to build? If So you
will need lumber lath ahiogles doors
jasfi lime cement cct. Bee flolin A
Brown Liberal Kanaas and Tyrone
J. M. Baker
grocery atock of J. R. Iliakle and has
added it to his already alee little stock.
The) Hisses Barragree.of the Cieaar.
tib were ia Bearer last week Ukiag
last week U attend
went to Liberal
to some baainets
Miss flnaie Wccden of Clear creek
peat a few days in town taut week.
She took the teacher' elimination.
'it ia announced that the new Meth-
ndUt minister for thia circuit will ar-
rire Best week.
The grans ia making good growth
jnat at thia time- a faet whloh is hail-
ed with delight by stoekowners.
Boas Brown of Liberal waa a buti-
bms caller ia the city a Tew days last
An exasstaatlon of applicants fur
ttachcra' eerlifieate waa held at the
court room Friday and Saturday.
There were aii applicants.
7. W. Lamag'er came down from
Liberal the latter part ef laat week.
Joha will mob return to hit hoaaestead
east el tow.
Frank Ong aad Tom Hall of Liber
ai hare bees employed to construct R.
M. NeFsrlsBd's bcw reaideoce on bis
Barris Wright of near Liberal
eent i day or two ia town last week.
Harris dsesa't get dewa to Besrer
Mia Kraaa Crabtree. tell today for thr
railroad where they will take the train
far eattern Kansas on aa exteuded
Wheo you go to Liber.il put up at
the Star Lit try Bam. The buildlni: i
new throughout and is poaitirelr fire-
proof. Their ad will tell you the rest.
See it on this page.
Notice to tbo Public.
Doa't get atck for 30 days when I
will get my sew drug store completed
jast aorth of the Lohstroh restaurant.
The Atlas Druggist.
teams to break 40 acres er mora of sot fur
laches deep and put in t Kaffir corn. I
will pay 12.00 par acre and furnish seed.
Apply at one. F. L. Smith
1 Enalewosd Kans'
"Wo are reliably informed that the
Meado Lumber & Supply Co at Meade
Kansas have a moro full and complete
stock of lumber and rullding material
than can be found elsewhere and that
the quality Is good and prices rcry low
The following aro tho names ol
tliojo who successfully passed the re-
cent teachers' examination: Mrs.
Delia Dclwiler Sam Dctwller Miss.
cs Susio Wccdcn Jennie Qulun and
' The Herald reccirod a lit t lo frco
advertising at the hands of "Cow Coy
Charlie" Saturday afternoon. That's
all right Charlie if you aro a
mind to do ii freo but wo find it mure
profitable from a financial standpoint
to c Largo for mob things.
Mr. CulLertson of Kiowa couotyt
Kansas wan in thia vicinity a (on days
till week looking at tho country with
a tiow to locating lie is looking for
good farming land but as yet has boon
unable to tlud land nbloh just suits
The Herald ia in receipt of a sample
copy of "The Wireless" a nsat little
.1 column folfo which is published at
A vulon Santa Oatalioa an island in
the Pacific ocean off the southern Cal.
ifurnia coast. Tho nens for this little
shct-l is gleaued exclusively by mcaus
uf wireless telegraph.
This section of thu mundaue sphere
was visited by a good rain Tuesday
night which will bo bencGuiul to grast
iind growing crops. Tho ruin was fol-
lowed by a sleet and snow Wednesday
ami a fall ol several degroes in the
temperature. The sudden cold wave
will add to thu dt-alh list 'of poor cows.
Wo wish lo ugaiu call the attention
uf our subscribers to tho fact that ull
unpaid subscriptions duo April lt
iliuuld bo paid hoforo May 1st
Many have renewed their subscription
but there aro a few who havo fulled to
do so. Aro you one of thu few? If
o come in and settle for another year
of lh "oldest highest and best."
A. N. Howu was hero frctn his Bea-
ver county ranch near Custer or the
i3ih. He says tho heel vflr is giving
iouie trouble but grass i coming nicclj
and the loss from wiuter kid will nut
exceed five per cent. Mr. Mown is an
old timer and thinks that with tho laud
all deeded by thu rush of cettlers coo
ditions will bo improved for cattle
raisers. Woodward News.
Iter. J J. Bagsley und wife departed
from Beaver the first of tho week ou-
routc cast to look for a location. They
will probably locate at Wichita but a
yet aro utiaecidetl. Mr. and Mrs
itsgsley have resided in Heaver for a
number of years and enjoy the goodwill
of every body. Wo are sorry to hare
them leave our city but wish them
contentment and happiness in theii
Miss Francis Lonr a daughter ol
Dr. Long formerly of Camp creek and
a Huter of Mrs. Kobt. Moore of Cleat
lake died suddenly of pneumonia m
Kdtnotid ffhero eho was attending
tchool ou Murch III. Tho deceased
was nick only a day and a half and ii
was not known that the was even rvri
ously ill until a short timo bufuro sbt
closed her eyes upon all tilings uiortal.
Her parents who rnldo twenty uiilu
from EJniond were sent for but before
i her arrived their daughter bad goo
without oven a word or suillo of fare
well. Death in this case ia made doub.
ty sad ami the sorrowing relatives I nve
the sincere sympathy of a wido circ!
VIGTIM8 OF CUPID'S DART ii
Mr. Ed B. MoPhoraon Onshlor
Bank of Beavor Olty and Miss
Ollio Hlnklo Wod Monday.
Oersmbnr ParfotUiOd in KloKant I arlor
of WhltoHous Hotel Monday Aftei-
noon by Judito H. D. Mocso.
Tho iohabltauta lit wur Utile viPagc1 J'
wero takon somoRh.it by nurr.riKe oi
. . Iti.l.
Monday cvenlnir when it was announc
el that tho nuptials of Mr. Kd 10. Mc-
Phorson and Miss Ollio II inkle had
taken tlace at the Whlto Ilnuso Hotel
Tho ceremony was pel formed by
Probalo Judge Merne nind waa wit-
ncsacd by tho immediate members of
tho family only.
Tho brido Is a charming youny lady
and is held iu high cb'cem by her ac-
quaintances here. Her accomplish-
mcals aro such ss to niako her a dclr-
Tho groom is a man of much busi-
ness abilitv. Ho is cashier of the
Uatik of Heaver City and Is foicuiost ir
tho business and social circles of tho
city. Ilia honesty and integrity lus
won him many warm Irlends hero who
join tlo Herald in wishing he and his
wifo bountiful blessings.
Farowoll to Old Frlondo.
A very pleasant soiial affair took
placa at tho homo of HsV. and Mis.
J. J. Bagsley Mondav evening the oc-
casion being in tho nature of a farewell
lo that cMconicd couplo who were
about to depart from our city. At an
early hour the guests began to arrive
bringing with them delicacies of every
description which were nerved to the
crowd after the ovening had bsen spout
in social conversation and a general
good lime. Sueb a fathering ou the
evo oi their departure wis much en-
joyed by Mr. and Mrs. Bagsloy and
tho many k.nd friends who were
present will long bo remembered and
esteemed by them. The occasion wns
mingled ffithjoyand sorrow Joy on
account of tho goodwill and fellowship
which prevailed but torrmv whou the
thought presented itself that Iso
worthy sldsrlr couple whu bavo re-
sided iu our midst so umny years und
bad gained the lov nnd rcrpi-ct of all
who kacw them were about to take
their depatture porbip never lo re
turn. The pruysrt of tl uir Cbtiatiuo
friends follow them to their new botuo
nd all join iu wishing them auccess
and contentment. Our earnest dciiro
is tint they ho spired to cnjnv many
days of happiness. May their last
days bo their best days.
Charles MoCuoe sun of Wm. Mc
Ciido ariired in our city this waeh
with his family and will remain per-
manently. Mr. McCuao is a carpen-
ter by profession.
II. E. G. Pulman and wifs attest a
few days among relatives near Mango
last week. Mr. Puttnan went to see a
bout releasing bir land in that locality
and to attend to olber buiiness matters.
The Ishing Means is Rettieg ;ije.
O! That those teries about the editor
ths lahint! pole and the bait can were
Visa MaudiBiy'ae of Kngh-wool
was a pleassnt ralfrr in Braver Raitir.
day. 8he msdn finl prmif on her
elsiat Iwforc .Judge M"-'-" while berr
W err Informed ibi week of the
Bsarriage of Mini Grace Waddle In Mr.
Berce. The bride is a sitter of Mr. B.
K. 8leadais nef Oaasp creek'
Tho Md Lumber A Supply Co. el
Meads Kaaeai are strletly tellable and
all Bsweeater- aad thoe i&lesdleg te
bat iBBiher aad bBUdiag mater isl sb
hmy geed aMterial ai Uwset priees at
The rauMc furnished by the Boavtr
band each Saturday afternoon attracts
quite a large crowd to town. Lay
aside dull care and cone to towa on
Saturday and enjoy the music.
Williata Haley who has been visit
log with rclstives ia the eastern part of
the territory for some lime passed
tbrsugh Bearer last weak n turning
to his homo at Fulton.
15 .. I.flt
17 1 00.03
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i 70 08
27 101. (IS
J2 22 05
ii:t .' ..21.61
Dliy. 80 T5
01. ...Old 115 i:
I will hell or trade for cattle my
mammoth jack coming 5-yeurs-old
15 bauds high of heavy build und
heavy honed. Color black; light
l'oiiit; fn u performer; good breoder.
If interested uddrcea me or call at my
W. A. Outi-r.
Haikill Co. 1'oIucj Kaus
Or to exchange for rattle: My sad-
dle and driving stallion Sara Kekcr.
Ho is a beautifnl chestnut sorrel
stands iG bauds high and weight-
1150 pounds and is a natural built
trotter of much power and groat en-
durance having trotted a niilu iu 2;.r0
when but a two year old. He was sir
ed by Sam Kckcr lie by Clayuiurr 11
dam Belle of Ttnnessee by Living-
ston Claynaorr by Peacemaker No. 2 (JO
Peacemaker by liamiltouian No. 1(1;
let dam Bailie Forgleaby Smith; dum
uf Sam Kcker Jr. by Honesty No. 170
record '2:40 sire of Big Soip record
2 20 siro of Lucy dam of Oitumny
Mild record 2:i9; grand dam by
Kentucky Rod Bird. Address mo 01
call at tbo ranch
W. A. Custer
Haskell Co. Toluci Kans.
Bolin & Drown Liberal Kun;u nnd
Tyrone Oklahoma carry a complete
inu of sverything usually fouud in a
(couliuutd frutu page 2.1
to tbe credit of the neural fluids aud no-
counts of my ofllc sj alionn by ibo couuly
trcarurers ledger Apr. ) ll'Otl.
Ter fl SOS. 50
Court : 10
Poor and lusane.
Iload and brUfit.
Heaver Mun tp. .
. .05 00
Our buoiueas poliey is "Live ml h"
live." If you do not believe it the
Beat time you ere in LI hi ral Kancai
or Tyroae Oklahoma call on Ilo'in A.
Brewn ai the lumber yard and ask for
prises ob aaytbing you want.
lash day adds Mere newcomers to
oar Utile viHef had eeuntry in fac
hsyeetsebj tlxss aad half doxeus.
A fswyee ag .te see a stranger In
or aaidet waa a faet w.rthy of boc
haf Hi tae eea ie Hrsmd
A Good Meal in a New
Clean Restaurant go to
When in town Come in
and dine with us
Qvrlaud ....- tOS 71
(late. ...... ......'- tl
Orand Valley 40. -CI
Hardest 121 20
Kokomo T 00
Pleaiant View 10
Tax ante redriutlun fuiid.. 00. 51
Hardest. . . .
Sell but No I 1.8U
2 .. U I bJ
sl . lltMISIMMIisttlUiejl
J x Oi 11
I. ...Illd 101.21
5 ......... ..I! 02
0 .Did . 17.2.1
U....tt... . . . a . . I . . . i . Oil U.J
8... .... I. ... t ' .. ... UUI
fl. .Bid. ..(..... Oi St
i0i ...ii.... 1 ' i
18. ...Old 10.21
40... Hid ....... 35 00
20 1 01 00
20.. ..Illd 30. 01
05 03 no
Total 8001 .72
II K II l'ulmnn Co Tr pert onal ac Dr BftOl 01
UUl-33 8kg fd oierdrawn 11
Tu amount uf several funds 8001.72
11. K. O. rmmnn
Territory of Ok! iboma I
I II. I) Q l'ulnmn count; treftsnrc
wllhln and fur sanl cuunly mid lerrllorr do
sotemnlr swear upon onlli that the above
and foreicolng Is . a true aud correct etalc-
mrnt of tbe nccoutita of my oflice for tbe
uarlsr endlny Murcli 31 I0OJ. ng tbowu
by Ibo records Ibereof.
II. E Q Pulmin
Siid.crlbed In my preirnce anil sworn lo
before me 1I1U 1st tb of April 11)03.
On mnlhn tbe board took a recess until 7
o'clock p. tu.
Apr. 8 I00:i
7 o'clock p. u'
The board met ptimiitnt Iu recess l'rcs
enl ai at mornlcj acasiou. Cbalrmau Itli.
Ou motion tbe lollonlng fee reports were
F. ('. Tracy counlj clerk.
II. K. II rutin in couuly iremurer.
F. C. Tniey Itegislcr of lieedr.
XI. K. Illhl Hbrrlir.
Curlbn Kagry On npl.
II I). Mecic t'rolinto Judge.
On mol'ou tbe following claims were al-
lotted: . It. Wright salary en. ally $ 101 CO
II E 3 1'ulmtiii a'iiry co. treas. ..-W.
F 0 Traty salary ca clerk 250.
M K llibls ler. thm. ili')m-uu.. 0.2A
do Ter vs Tlmbtrhko 0.1U
do lioirdlug prUoner 2 10
do Ter vs llluiilon and l.owe...25.73
do Ter vs do 2S 50
do ler vs llanVtu 15.15
do Allending probate courl 10 50
do Ilntlin I'robtto court .7 50
do Ott '02 grind Jury venlro 100 00
Maude 0. 1 bourns legil printing .07.
do job work nnd ninths blanks. 100.75
Zacb caln salary co com 10.
J u Omabsm do 4850
It M Hltley do 10.25
Ou motliin tha board adjuurued until
Thursday Ap-ll.Olb 1003 at 8 0' cluck a
Apr. 0 1003
7 o'clock 11 in.
The board met pursuant to ailjiuirntrenl
from April 8 Inal Present coininNaloii-
ors Urasbsm ltldvy aud caln F e Tracy
clerk cbiilrman llltley prrsldlng.
Ou iiiolluu tbe board adjnuracd tluo die
Territory of Oklahoma I
I. F a Tracy couuly rlfrk of eald c.iun-
ly d brreby-ccrllfy Ibat I h- titoio nnd fore
going Is a true nnd currrut lepirt of the pto
credlug of the bond of couuly comuilaiilon
era of ..ill cuiinly bad at tlielr rrgular April
A 1). 1003 kfraloM held on tbe Ulli ?lli
illbaud Ollidnya of April A. 1. 1001.
In nllneas wbureof 1 bare bvreunlo art
my baud nnd nlllxed my olDclul aeul ibis Dili
day of April A. It. 1003.
1'. 0 Traov
(Heal.) co. clerk.
A L McPherson Pros H. E. G iWman; VicB-P.rii"
liu t. McPherson Cashieri
BANK OF BEAVER CITY
for Beavor Comfy Fin's
IZvcry courtesy consistent With cohseivatlvc
banking extended to patrons. "Interest
paid on time deposits. Your account
solicited be it large or small.
ien for iSucreye panning lVJacimerv:
Give me your order for Wind Millsi
Pumps Casings Pipe
I crn fill your order for
anything in my line.
IMIiSLsl 1 p
FLOUR DFlV EBDIS FUR-
H1TUHE EEHT5 FUFi
I1G CREDIT BUT WILL
vra Hflira mm
iuu tauvis msm.
If you have not been in and got our prices.
'VT'e are Selling-
BES51? PAIPENIR 13IiOriR Sf.OS mQW
10 sixeTvS $io.0
OiOOD eOLOlSABO T?O!riS0ES $1. tJB
N Affi! B IS ANS 1 8 te I&J . FOR & 1
MISKilOAN BEAKS 18 laBS. "ROW $i
BEQiJ tJARJIE SWQAIS SS.0 SK
Wo also have all Kinds of Calicoes Gingiiamsj rN
cares Summer Dress Goods Gents' Summer tin
.... . . . -
derwear Machuic needles ahd SHOES that-
cali't be beat. We will take your brjer for a
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aun ui iiuiui-iiiuui: uiuiues wiiuc ou wait; viy
Application for Llntiof I laonoo
Trnl'uiri'tl'k uliimia. mmty uf H.4V.r 83.
Kiillva I l.iritr 1 ii Itmt AnJf J.tfoK.
b llll lllljr ttllxl In tli EIIJ l-l III. OOUDlT
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