The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 25, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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BHAVHR BEAVER COUNTS. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1904.
ntM ''' 'mnvt.v w.Ptfirinrmry sruMir-iKuaff
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We will ofTer for sile to the hiszhet bidder at
Twelve miles South of Beaver O. T. on
.4. kT A
The following stock towil:
60 head of Cows.
2 Registered Hereford Bulls.
15 2-year-old Heifers
15 Yearling Heifers.
30. Yearling Steers.
50r Calves: ..
This stock is" all highsgrade Hereford. TERMS OF
SALE One half cash balance on 6 months time
with approved security at 10 percent interest.
Wm WOOLERY Auctioneer
Volitions scoured nt tlio Southwest-
ern ISuslnoss Unlv'u'rtity of Oklahoma
Win. MeViukor and nun and J V.
Cook nil of C01110 wero in the city
Tuosrday on btibitu'j.v Tbey report
eropi IcCm'ng out that w.iy nnd braoai
corn harvesting wull iindtr wy .
ltov. Galwa) attended tlio great pic.
nic at Hooker Irst week. IIo estimates
tliut there wero GOO people in Bttfiit-
&ucc and lie ought to bo a gofld judgo
liia tiu jjncbs us a prcr.chcr bdiug Willi
We don't believe ill That tf wo
don't buliuvc nltcgctlicr tho report
made b5 u fellow to ub tint thote were
two candidates to each man in tub.
audience at the IIouLcr pietic hs!
These few ivords to the
public is not all talk but
contains some good logic.
Did you- know that toe
carry ihe"biggest and host
lino of General Merchan-
dise Groceries Flour
Feed Clothing etc. in the
V Call 0W LEE & READ
Haatle Kansas or F. J. LEIJ
1 nglGwcod Kansas andyoio
.-Viiflfind what yoiu want.
'' ' W'eboasfof-Good Goods
anW GoU TncesTOui
special salesdays are
something you can't af-
ford to miss. We always
do as we advertise and if
you deal with us you will
be treated rigat- Come in
and see us.
''Urolheu John He Paid
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Too bid about tliut flood washing
.your foucos out but the water did you
uood anil Uolin & Brown Liberal
Kansas can furniih ou with all kind
qf fence material. Tln.ir prices arc
B n Kiudur and lnnj1iier Miaa Ida
s'aried out Tqesday niornitif; bound
for .Tue T3rjon' ranch I5cn wid cut
nnd stacl. Joc'n Ttrd crop and Mis
Idi will itit and cut lrird tbitktn
and olbcr lliluj;!.
John Hlooor of Olear Cicek d'red
last Vridrfylrnra cancer and raa in-
terred in ibo Ucavcr cemetery Saturday
I'Veiiiny. Ho bad boon iuIT!nD(; a
lonj; time with tlio dUe.io and bis
death Ins not been unexpccKd We
have received no obittnry uotit.c
Tho Okluhoiui exhibits at tbc
Worlds Fair Hbou'd all bo at their best
on Oliluhoina Day Tuesday St'ptonu
bar G and unj person 1 aving anjthSnj;
of special valuo or rasiit in thi tr.ip linu
alould scud siiuipK'a for esbibita bcfoio
that tiwe. Let evcrjbody Uko bold.
Docs the wind nud-i.ilii beat tlirouli
tjio walls of your bi-ufieY Nat it' jou
bought jour lumber of Uuliu & Brown
Libel ai Kansas. Their tongue and
groovo Hufl is tho best utid fits like a
difl. Tiy tlarn jour nvxi order.
JLlrjnPi.i.lJiiii nicpiupaniid Sheriff
John Savrge to Guihiio laaf wotk.To
take J. W. Kemp the man accused ol
murdering W. J. Ptrkiw to the jiil in
hat city to bo held there until tbc
meeting of the giand jury on Ootobn-
11. Mr. Pockbuin will teturn via Huiu"
and biiii" bis mother home with him.
iIr lVnnks tvlurucJ train Okceno Tues-
day of last nccU.
Mrs Grlllin of Lllicrftl ICnusm enmo oat
the first of last Keck and U looUinj? uflor tlio
culinary Srnrtuient of her liubauU our
postuusler nnd merchant
Uir. Ecoll preached at ihla place Sunday.
Mr Coini ton had SO'hnndt pu'lig lirooni
corn last WcJncsilny which roailc It looK ns
If Ilnlko ivas quite a business point which
In fact ll i.
Quite n number of farmers In this vicinity
havo from SO to 10 acres of broom oorn
and ure now commencing lo pull and pre
fr.ro il for tnuUtt
liroom corn pulling la tho toidor of the
Sir ICelloy nod Armjlronn and fori re-
lUracd from Kanins whero they have been
Mr. Hunt ef Kigle Oily 0. V was hero
ciakiiig Improvements on Ida c'ulrn ho wilt
eoou rctvrn with bin fwully.
Joiues MoVickcr relurned home after ono
)eirs absence greatly iturprWed wllh the
Improvement of the country.
A largfl rrowJ of young people 'atleinleJ
the dance at Clyde OurtU's. All report u
John Qrocr of Seizor 0. T. came In lurl
wcok wllh his fimlly. lie comes highly
reconniemlcJ us a bbioUsmith ho will ojicri
ftnliop here soon.
IlfT Keller filled Ids regular appointment
here Sun liy "e waa followo-J by ft short
talk by licv. Johnson of Clear LnUo.
A liiia bio id (ddewaJk hue bceu pt.t
down from (ho old Stieuli building
noith to tho White Houio Hotel.
A. N. Crmuner killed tlio finrat
young betl Tuciday wo Irivo scou for
a long timo. Ho puts milling on the
block but good meat but this wn
TIim nrivt bo a nuw n crct -(cicl
wliiilt we TiikI announced in the A'cinl
. Ward Ncw as fnllnw.
"TIki Modrcn Wondrnrd Imd quite a
noutioibor of inuiiiation liHTIuiisJ.iy.'
I. O. O. F. PIOOTO.
Pioneer LodV'o N... 171 I. 0. 0 V
will bold a baxket picnic nt 7udd'i
GroOi on-S x MHo rrctk on 't'hurdiy
Septembers lOOt. All Odd PJlow
and tluir families nro cordially iuvllod.
Come all and bring full bikeH. tin
mar. led mctubcis of tlio Ludo are cx-
pcclcd lo attend and bilng coniptin.
ion or two. Plenty of rufieshinen'H
.!ift& (22iTda? S&&1& jSaefe
fe7 pgs? tmtw mrS
Tlio Sruthwcltrn is tho scbool.
A good school Tho Southwestern.
lk't quality lowest prices Craigsi'.
Old wheal fluurjtt Ilulitk & S'eud-
min's. Wm. Stuff ml relumed fiom tl o
Pair last ijatuidiy.
Irqs y cream Icinpuadc pop candy
nnd ciirtra at the Lmdeiis (lafu.
Tree use of text-hooka nt tho South-
western Huainesa UniicrMlyv Onlaho-
There ia much diflloully in finding
surlkieut bands lo b.mdlo the brojai
.o iin crop around Ilouvcr.
Wallace Quinn and wifg aid Mimi
George of -Liberal carao in Moadiy lo
iit rolutives and fr'cudf
Free uso. of text books nl llie SoutH-
westeriuHuslneBs University of Okla-
homa City IHg saving to 6tudent3.
l'ic" cakcB bread and onything in
the baacry line ulwars on bund at tbc
Fan SAI.B--230 god young sh'erp
"Amos Ilild'1 1 miles soutii 4 m'l.e
wc3t of Beaver OUp. 2w
The'Soutliwestorn is tho Sel'ool.
Wheu bulldiiig you want to build
pubstuulially. You will find tho bft
maiciial at Craig Urqilier Liberal.
If ynu want the pick of ihe new
('ooda at Madison's 3011 fhould conic
rij;'it away ami mkc your choice.
Pupils may work lo pay Iward at the
Bmithwestern Business University of
Oklahoma City. lHgBaing.
CraitJ 15ro".. Liberal Kansas liavp
ntiill lime) a ciinplulc lino ol baildiog
material. Tluir y&rd if the bt-ft in
Miefurc you Afrt your children lo
fohonl oill at jfladliOii'n tnijd Otlhiin
out wMi tlirwo extra quality sihooi
Urn Bn Bi'gue Ins 2 ui9 16 Cold
water -Kanis on a vim U her parent
He inlih llapi'iy. Hen drort to
llrirry Ntte- camo in frcm Topfki
Tuedny ovtning on a vifil to home
ftlk-Oipi. J. U. Nilcs and faudlj.
SCO pupils attended the famous
Southwestern Business University of
Oklahoma Oity Okla during tho past
"Y u will notice by the change in p.
P. Madison's aJvcrtiseiueut tlitt bo has
received bii fall and wintsr stoik ol
giiods. Belter go sco thcui and git
Cold Weather will bo here Uforo
bug and it will tako lots of comforts
and blutikets to kctp vou wanu while
you tlccr. P P. Jlndison has them ut
all j.ricuy and wants to fell tlum.
A 15ig School The famous South-
western Bushvss University of Okla-
homa City Okla is tho largest school
south of Kansas City.
Martin V. FULp of Creon Texa
lia.'just purchased a nice quarlcr sec-
liuii partly irrigated by the Mitchell
Ditch cu tbo Paladuro lu Twp. 1
Betwceu acting as clerk aud register
making nbdtriutd nnd gathering bis
broum corn W. C Frarrr thinks ho is
about as short on time us tbo politiiiaus
are long on promises.
Miss Ililga Kritagh baa been era.
ployed to teach iho'Cleir Cieck school
the coining terra. Mrs Hanson and
Miss Ilelga made a isit to Clear Creek
Saturday with the above icsult
Notice 'he change in Blillcb & Stcd
mans aivertisciumt. They are gelling
new things every week and wheu you
come to lowu joj ebould call in and
Indium who went through Tonlawn
aud stole a nr.jniiy of tbo doga that
loaled rouud that town aro cordially
invited to visit Njrdin when tbc next
attack ol hunger comes on.
Yon bavo mused wjiii tblog if you
have been buying of (be nther fillow.
Hoin k Brown Libtral. Kansaa lead
in low priotjn uu Colorado coal lumber
fipce pai's. Inn ennent cte. Their
Iko Kjbert of Elmwood called al
Hie Herald ofiice Tuesday morning aud
presented u wi'b a 'i mess of Geo
roa.'-ting car ''fur o'd stke's s iko ' rMr.
1'bi.it i ono of the successful fir men-
in tho count. He has bcoo heio a
dizjii yaia or buch a matier raided
trups every ear and never bad a fail-
ure. Tbis ofii.o 'u under u'd torts of ebli-
gatious to J It 'Ibouiasfor a bounti-
ful supply of melons o( nil limla. The
melons ho has brought in were simp'y
perfection iu form tiz ioIor; aud In si
of all tr.bto Tho only 'trouble about
this melon busin?ss is wo will have' In
eat fewer niolons or wear bigger tlotbcs
Hurry Peckhaiu Ed Hsnspn aud
August Lobstroh returned homo Pri-
day lust froia a trip to the east part of
tho Txrriury where tleyhad bein for
two or ihreo weeks trying to 'poio of
somo horres. Tbpy vreport t uies very
close howa there and that it is very
difficult to sell horbei Lir cib.
Lditnr Druuimond of iho Clinton
Chrouiclo w.u on tho (Jlinton del.'a-
tion Out of evuu ltepubltcan editors
"n the county ho wns'tlie only oue
ilocted as a delegate Arapalio Bee.
Tho Editor Drummoud mentioned
abovo is theCiJGrgo L. Drummond a
Ion.'-timo resldcut of Beaver wicn a
Two or morn ol the Suajhcr Pinle;ii
Dental Co. will bo in Beaver Oity Fri-
day and Saturday Sept 9li and 10th.
Custer 0. T Wednesday and 'J humday
Sept. 7ih and 8th. CHue 0. T. Mon-
day and Tuesday Sopt 5lh aud G.h
These- dentiita aro the originators ol
I'oiulcbS Dontijiry and will make
monthly trips into this part of tho
The fall tvrui of the Southwestern
Stalo Normal School Weatberfordi
Oklahoma will open September tfib.
Tuition is free to all residents pf Ok
laboma and Indian Territory. Special
courses are effered in Literature
Language Feycbology and Kinder-
garten iMcibods Mathematics Steno-
graphy Music Kxprrtsion tfnd Physi-
cal Culiure. Adiquate airraogcmcntK
have been made fur tbo iiceoinmQda-
tiou cf snduit8. Per catalosln tt0
ot1Jerllall"iul'W' address tbo Presideut
Jninei B Carojlell.
Soo big ad of tho School in this pnpo
Hunt QlvaFlvo Hay'a Notloo.
Under tho Oklaboiui ( Sfitutcs a
merobaut cannot sell bis itr.ro without
giving Co dnjs publio notiio Cbai.
Young of Okccne Okla leccnily no!d
his btoio to Putlmaster Wbiiford and
moved' to Ci.ffyvilh Kansas. Young
aldn'r know of tiuli9-lrttiid kald
without giving notice. Ho was in dK
puto with a Kansas Oity whulccub
homo ovor u bill of 300. When ho
left Okceno tho wholesale bouno jumped
on to tbo new proprietor and go its
money. Then Wbilford LoUd to
Youu f jr bis money. Young claimed
bo didn't owo the money. A warrant
was issued lor his urrcut under the fiie
days publication law. Governor Bailey
said he didn't caro lo piss upon tho
legar point inyolvtd. Tbo nquisi ion
papers were regular on Ibcir faco and
ho wuiild houur them. Yuuag will
now seek his relciiso tbrongh thecourth.
NEW RESERVOIR FOB IREIQA-TION.
TO THD BBAVER OOMMnROIAXj
Tho tlmo is rlpo for action in regard
to rnilrond mnttcra With tho rotn-
iso of tho company to begin Immed-
iately tho extension of that road to
Supply tho expectation that tho Den
ver Knld ami Gulf will build west this
winter and tho uncertainty in regard
to tbo routo of the A. V. & V It is
high tlmo that tho Commercial Oluli
should hob lron.tientni.d tegular ineet-
tiiKt fiot Into constant co mniiiltc.itlon
with these nnd other railroad compa-
nies and find o tit just what wo hao to
depend upon hi tho futuro. Will tbo
president of tho Club plenso Issue a
call for a meeting.
Kow ready for business
abstracts to nny pioperty
county promptly furnished.
piamouds are becoming scarce and
will bo uinro valuable than ever in the
futuio. Many nrc putting their sui-
plus chIi into diamonds. How ubcut
you? Have ou layed up nnj of Ihosi
"Blaik Diamondf?" If not you had
better seo Uolin & Brown Liberal
ICun'as. They bmidle lha beat Colo-
SSI- E2S352S2 3EESESJ2&.'
E HAVE RECEIVED OUR FALL ahd WINTER
Dress Goods Calicoes Outlri&Sj
0-MRNS WOUK AND FANOt SIlIllTS.a
OVERALLS A NT) J Ittl PLUS.
VVe have a full line of Mart's ahd Ladies' Wb-ic
and Dress Shoes Children's School Shoes Boys'
Boots. Our stock of
is always fresh. Flour ani.1 Feed kept in stock. Corne
in and examine goods No trouble to show goods.
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5 SaSESatofea a&j-a:fcjE
S3 VS LLT2I
New store building the best in town; New stock of.
goods the largest in town; New prices -tHc lowesl '
in town anu lower tnan ever l carry -
During the minnier I will b'jtcliei
twice a week. Uood Irish imal ull tin
time. A. W Craniucr.
Buliik & Sttdiiun havo tho lnruci
ntoeU of jroeeries nnd ji'cd Muff in
town.- They sell more and cm nrfouT
to sell cheaper. Give them a trial.
Government lo Constructing A
Iilaaimoth Stornso Lako In
The United States Government has
in piojress the construction of u rotcr
voir near Kcnttu which will hold
11.000000i;0u cubic f.ot of water aud
's intended to conCue tho waters of the
Cimarron river alnicet at its very head.
Kcntuu is tho last t;wn in Oklahoma.
just bdoiu erofibing into Now Mcxiun
and Colorado. It i3 in tho foothills if
tho Ilockic where tbo GimarrOn and
Catr'zj livers have their source. They
join i'i the Cimarrou river which flows
for over 300 miles through ibo tutire
length of this territory.
In thus confining tbo waior iu tLis
ruammolh reservoir the govern aiei t
plans an irrigation j reject which will
cultivato tho couuties of Beaver Wocd
ward au Wood Through inigatiuL
Ibis largo area will be convened inio
i iuh farming land to bo hemesteaded
under tho government law.
This reservoir when completed wi 1
be six miles long bj two aud a hall
miles wide holding 8li.C73COO000
gallon? atd with au uvor-go depth of
fifty feet. Abovo tho ro-crvojr it is
estimated that tho river in flnod lime
wi I flow 1000 gallouB of water per
bccood or that running nx feet deep
the Cunarriu will fill tho reservoir in
131 da) 8.
The Cimanop on account of it
ciouuta'm souree npver goes dry. lives
ut this sea-son il flows to i good dipth
through i!i tntiio course and at t'nuo
tho wuttr is thilhd by thu nulling
ijuows it a d'ntntice of 200 miles froui
liafsburce. Aficr fl.iwiny tbrougb the
saline beds in northwestern Oklahoma
the waters tio wit tbereafierwaid aud
along its course tliero i an underground
current that flos the entire year freih
iu tho liver daily and ccarioua'lj
floiin tbo lowland ajuliiit.'
M T) TIUimAUD CO
Real Estate Jl gents a.nd
Government Land Locat-
ors for Beaver County.
Write 'em (it Gate 0 Ida.
Notice Is hcroiiy mIvcii thm Anilrow J
tluslita dl'l on tnoSSrJ day of Angus' i"4
Hie In lha oirtce of Hid Con&tf Cleii ofUeaSBi
Uounty. Olilalioms lerrltorv lui t tlllon and
a) p Unlloti rni n llrpnso to acll nt rtlsll Mult
iplrltniu anil Vinous Mquois en I-o'a Mos. I
and 2. in lil'ick Nn. is r Ilia unluo rpintLd
liwn of Tyifino lWncr Cutilit) Ohlulioiiiii
Teirittry wlitcli Is within Tow.i-lilp 6 noi-ili
Itnn xo IS K C. M for it pirl'Hlor i no jenr
And tiiiitKaid pellllca and application "III b
lio rd on tlio I Ah day ot So timber 1CCI mirt
uulom tlicru l)o oli etlons and rcmniKtrnilcc
Died In theot'lcoof lha Cpuuty ClirJ. Ufiie
enld 15th dny or Sep'i mber 1904 Stdd lln
CUon under my hand and oHl.lat toal tills
Z3id duyofAusniit ijii.
r.CTltM'V County Ckrfc.
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When you want anything' the way of
call and see our stock and get prices. We aim tokeep (
as goon a quality of goous as can d oougnt in tne
maikets and sell everythingatvoiy reasonable prices.
Now is the time of year when fiesh !
fruits and vegetables- should form
the chief diet? and we shall do our
best to supply the people with
; y'v njmiyty''fJW'tifrf'1ji
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MISS CHICAGO. '
Here's a shoe
that is making a
winning in every
store where worn-
It is a shoe that sells at
rfhiil for 2.i;o and we-
know il can't be beaten by
any $3.00 shoe in the city.
Try a pair and be convinc
ed and you will buy no
Te'weler and- Q;ptlcia:rx
Wo mafco n spccir.Uy nf lifting glasses and can fit your eye satTsfaetoriiy
or your money liack. Cun afso execute any work in tho Jewelry line. ISrfrjt lnr
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your iiuri. ivuu mm jis huwvjub vu 'fi "iwuib"i n
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The WopU Fair i.OpMy. . . "
It's the biggest thing of its kind this round g(c$
of ours ever sawgreater than the Chicago H(cjf&te
and Fails Fxjwsi lions eunibined'-mora heditllfni-
than anything erer before ci-eatcd ly mau. Wtofr
can't aford to miss it. Reduced rates are tilr&ftfjj'
in cjfect. From KANSAS CITY SiU ihej) are V
00-Day Tlekat 10.00- '
Season Ticket . 12.00 . '
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