The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 18, No. 35, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 16, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1905.
Will En'teitain on
Friday mgM e. X7 1905
At the K. of P. Hall.
The features of the evening will be a Valentine Post Office
Department and Weighing Contest.
Everybody Is requested to participate in this feature as it is open to all. If
ou wnnt to send your friend a alentine mail it "1'ostngo Due" with the Roy-
al Neighbors. You can mnil as many as you wish and to anybody you wish.
ThJ person receiving the alentino pays the postage which onlottors will bo 5
oonU and picknges 10 cents. Valentines may bo mailed any time Friday the
17Ui at the Hall
Everybody come nnd bring your Aunts Uncles and Cousins and have one o
tho bcjttimoi of your lics.
A Cordial Invitation to AH
us la the Joiuaty.
Also carry Wagons Buggies and
Farming Implements in carload
"" ' lots. Only exclusive Hard-
ware house in Beaver.
K)t ff?ta.j itt.V t jotf srivbvv fv wybj!viitiyi-m&mMmxvto& w"a
After Feb.. 10th.
We will sell for Cash Only.
This is a protection to all
both Merchant and gCusto-
mcr and will give better sat-
isfaction avoid long accounts
and bad debts by so doing.
Please Don't Ask
BUL10K cc ST12DMAN
BEAVER O T.
Where Little CASH Buys ink.
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The best shoe on the Market for School purposes.
Is also a stylish shoe fit for all occasions. They are
Positively Guaranteed and if found defective you get
yur money ba:k or a new pair. Remember they are
the Celebrated Selz make. All sizes.
Ours is ihe most complete lino of Shoes m town.
Shoes to suit and prices to suii all
Tfe Onl .HcluiVe ert' "pUr-
rti?tyn )tore. i)tocl Up-
to-1e)&te Quel omplete.
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Crude oil nt Bulick nnd Stodman'a.
Harry Niles left yesterday for Tope-
ka to remain permanently.
II. M. Bulick au 1 family moved
the Iijinuti farm Tuesday.
Bulick nnd Stcdumn huvo a supply
of emtio oil on hard.
Rev. J. II. Baker spent several days
iu towu this wielc cid lust.
For Sale Allalla seed SG.SO por
bushel. Perry Kile.
2-23 Elmwood Okla.
You will always regret it if you fail
to attend the Royal Neighbors enter-
tainment tomorrow night.
Hiram Peckham has been on tho
rango this week helping to caro for
Wanted Hy Alhcrt Potter Mcndo
Kansas 2000 bushels of cano seed.
Will pay highest market price.
W. D. Bohull who has been in Hea-
ver for some time returned to his home
in Seymour Ioduna Monday.
E. Y Ogilvio moved his family into
V. II. Thomas' residence property
Albert Potter curries a full line of
feod. Banner Feed store of Meade
For Sale. Good milk cows
broke from 4 to 7 years old.
0. Wiiitakeh Heaver Okla.
Lifo this winter has been one con-
tinuous round of getting up in the
Albert Potter carries a full lino of
feed. Banner Feed store of Meade
The spring term of the District court
for this county is eot for April IS
Keep this date in your mind.
On account of tho bhzzird Satur-
day no mail arrival at this point that
day. Four inches of snow is reported
County Clerk Lingston returned from
Kansas City nnd Quihrio last week nt
which places ho had been transacting
business the pnst ton days.
Misi Bessie Hibbs. who has been
staying with Mrs. F. C. Tracy the
past several weck.i returned homo last
Dr. Martin made u professional (?)
call in tho vicinity of Nye Tuesday.
It is rumorod that the Dr. has ''heart
Walter Stalling canio up from tho
farm Monday bringing with him a
load of broom corn which ho took to
Tho coal famine was broken this
week when J. W. Webb received a
good supply ofj that Jvery uecoasary
This week many hearts pierooi by
quivering darts Valentines have been
exubauged between friends. Alio a
few of those other kind.
W II. Carter who arrived here last
week from Missouri iu answer to a
summon announcing tho death of his
sou returned homo Tuesday.
The Herald editor Ins gone out of
tho eow business snd hereafter may bo
classed as a "pumpkin roller." Our
bunch ono cow-died ibis week.
II. P. Garrett made a business trip
to the south couutry last week serving
an attachment on a set of harness and
wagon belonging to a man near Con-
Elder W J. Martindale will bo hero
Friday and hold services at the church.
A paper was circulated this week to
raike tbo amount ol salary duo him
for the quaitcr.
Old Mother Hubbard went to the
cupboard and rubbered. Tho cupboard
was bare Sho looked mournfully at
her poor dog. Then tiu idea struck her.
And she had fciusago for bupper. X
B. H. lionfbourrow returned from
Guymon Suaday. Ho represented the
Territory in tho case of W. J Gould.
The defendant was held over to await
the actiou of the Grand Jury
W aro requested this weak to extend
sincere thanks to tbo Mo'dern Wood-
uiou lodge of B9ver for their good-
ness in caring for Hurry Clurk during
his sickness iu tl ier midst. The boys
gave him every attention possible and
their nuoy kindnesses will always
Ctudooilnt Rulick k Stediniu's..
Wanted Bv Albert Potter Meade
Kansas 2000 bushels of cano fceed
Will pay highest market prho.
A stranger traveling over lit is coum'
ty during the past lew weeks might be
inclined to think tint our pcoplo arc
fur from being troubled with insomnia
for thoy would find most of them quiet
y iu bed. The luol supply bo'mi;
exliaustol our people wore forced
tU go to bed in kenp from freetug.
A blitzo at tlio homo of Ernest Savoy
ou Cloir Creek caused quite a little
excitement Sunday inorniug but for-
tunately thu (limes were controlled be-
foro they g lined any lwadwuy. Quite
n good sized hole was burned in the
roof. Tlfo fire was caused by a detect-
Miss Emma Johnson who has spent
the pitst week in Boaver and who
made final proof on her claim Tuesday
returned to her homo at Oklahoma
City yesterday. Tho Herald acknow-
ledge several pleasant calls from Miss
Johnson during her sojourn among
F. B. Mills the Seedsman of Ito-r
Hill New York is now distributing
more than half a million copies of his
greatest Seed Book and with each our
ho sends free of churgu a satuplo pack
ot of his New Eirly Sweet Corn a
wonderful Novelty being sent out this
year to test in all 1arts of tho country
Send for catalogue.
A Texas editor has announced that
he is going to board among his delin
quent subscribers and "eat out" hi
bill against them. X
Delinquent subscribers to tho Her-
ald will please take notice and govern
themselves accordingly. Come in with
the uougu or expect us out to see you
and spend a week.
Valentines of nil kinds and de-
scriptions were distributed prouiiscous-
ly among Beaver people this week.
No onu was slighted. Tho Herald
editor was tho recipient of stmio beau-
tiful specimens. Wo have always
hoaid it wus innro blessed to give than
to rcqeivo and wo heartily believe it is
(ruo irTlluVo.180 r le:f9t. - ' -
Tho past week has been a hard ono
on the cauino family about a dozen
having been sent to tho "Happy Hunt
iug Ground" at tho bauds of Mut.shall
Garrett. We have no objection to
your ridding tho town of tho pests
Henry but why not take them outside
tho city limits to do tbo killing? A
suffering dog is not a jileasaut sight
for a humane 030
Will White tho blacksmith is erect-
ing a now shop on tlio corner wlicro
hi) old building used to stmd. It i!
bo 21 X 00 nicely finished and will
bo quite au improvement over tho obi
structure which h is bjen an eyo-soro
to Douglas Avenue for somo time.
We are glad to note Mr. Whites pros-
perity as ovideonjd by his improve-
ments. Ho is cutitlod to all U13 good
things that tuny come his way.
Everything is quiet and froze up.
Mr. Burujin went with West'.oy
Wilson after bis cattle over nt tho
John Goetzingcr and Charley Brown
butchered a beef last Thursday
ltor. Wilson nnd wife arrived home
Friday from Whitehead where thoy
were holding protracted meetings.
Wilber Hall and Letter Gilbert
staiud for Gage where Mr. Gilbort
k take tho train for Garber. Mr
Hall will briug souio cottou seed bae-k
Mrs. Ilosi Hall is staying at Mr. and
Mrs. Wright's during tho aoscucd of
Adam Waltors has lost sovcral bead
ol calves during this cold weather.
Tom Iulow and Mr. Felke have lost
several calves and several others nru
iu tho same fix
Cottonwood school will closo next
Amos Hibbs lost several head of
sheep during the snow.
Wm. Wright was a business caller
at John Goctzinger's Thursday.
Tillic Wright was visiting at Mrs.
Rosa Halls' last wee-k.
Mr Richard is improving. Ho bus
been very low with pneumonia.
W H Girter started for his home
in Missouri Tuesday
Silas V. Strong returned to his home
in tho Inditn Territory this week
Lo3ter Gilbert says everything looks
whita out huro. Ho bats thoro ii
beln'thing prepii cliwn boni"
Resolutions of Roapoot
Whereas death has called from this
earthly nbode Tudto Carolino Thomas
tho darling lililo daughter of our es-
teemed neighbor and Worthy Vener-
able Consul V. H. Thomas carting
over him his loving wifo mid relatives
it shadow of sorrow and grief of whieh
no all share.
Tbcrcforo bo it resolved that wo as
a camp extend to W. II. Thomas our
heart felt sjmpatay in this hour ol
his aflliction nnd bcieavcmrnt.
And bo it lurthcr resolved that n
copy ol ibi'BO resolutions bo spread up-
on tho minutes ol this ea'np and that
a copy be patented to W. H. 'Il.omus
Whereas death has called from this
earthly abode Anna Clatry thobelovul
tister of dur esteemed Neighbor E. J.
Baker easting over him a shadow ol
sorrow ami grief of which woitll share.
Therefoie be it resolved that Wo ah
n camp extoud to E J. Baker oin
heart toll empathy in his hour oi
ulllicliou utd bereavement.
And bo it further resolved that n
copy of these resolutions be spread up-
on tho ini.iutcs of this iiunp and that ii
copv bo presented to E. J. Baker
Whereas death has called from tbif
cuitldy abode Anna Clurry the devoted
and loving wife of our eslcomed
Neighbor William Clarry costing over
hiiu it shadow unci grief of which ne
Therefore be it resolved that wo a
a camp extend to William Cluny our
heart tell sympathy iu this hour of his
nfllietiun nod bereavement.
And bo it further resolved that a copy
of these resolutions bo spread upon the
minutes of this camp and that a cop)
bo proscnted to William Clairy.
f W. T. Quinn.
. FuANIC liAUdlllUN.
( J W. WEIIB.
A lecturer "fishing for a compliment"
said to a woman in tho audience.
whom he met at the closo of tho lec-
ture iu a little country town "I hope
that I succcoJed in interesting you
"Oh la yes" was the reply. There's
so little g"iu' on in this deader' u a
door-nail town that wo tit v interested
iu tho least fool thing." February
Woman's Home Companion.
"Wo behevo that it will bo nfent'y
to tbo financial benifit of tbo farmers
and busino-a men of this country to
give less attention to the producing of
cotton au4 uiuru to tbo raiting of fino
cuttle fine hogs corn pens. Irish and
sweet potatoes cabbage and ribbon
cano syrup etc" saya tbo wiso men of
Henderson eouuty Texas in a resolu-
tion reuenily adopted. 'Iho News
knows it. D.ilhia. Texas News-
Q lito a number of losses are report-
ed among titockmeti this winter. This
season has been a fierce 0110 on stock
and the fact that there is plenty ot
feed in tho country doos not seem to
prevent looses. When ftockeirowcn-
learn to protect their c.ittlo with the
proper kinds of ehods there will bo n
great decrease in the loss. Stqck prop
erly sheltered can withstand tho cold
oven vrith less feod but whero they are
exposed to al! kinds of won her the best
of feed cannot always pull thorn
The heaviest load of all for a man to
carry is not debt poor crops or even
ill health. It is to raise a nice boy
and havo him go to tho dogs become a
worthless ornery lazy dishonest whelp.
This is an ever-present and irreme-
diable trouble tho disappointment
the disgraco of tho thing tbo financial
loss connected with it uud worst of all
the ugly spectre never absent that the
man himself was largely to blame fur
tho boy's failure and ruin; too muoh
licking too much hard work a poor
example no friendship betwten father
mid son all seen when it ws everlast
ingly too late. This man deserves
sympathy. If your boys are yetsmall
heed the warning and not only feed
and clothe tbitu but be their best
frioiid and set a good cxamplo every
day of your life. Then the heavirst
burden which can be placed on the
baek of a man should not bo youri to
carry. Iowa Stute Register.
T Whim It may Concern Notion l horeby
given that John 1' Di'l nude aiijilloaiUm 111
toll in r.-mi mMit Hpniiuotu una widius ii
(ob In th" nnliiJoi)xrai.l vllliuto of Ouj-
III on Li ntpemli.lilll tonUlpKo. j mirth l
lUnge la Kast In llt'ar-nouniy. OKIubornti
twrrliory. 1111 ) prny urn IIcccm: tlierofor b.
Krun'ril to Hie nbu c netmU applicant alter
llin S.h darnf March. A 1). loot. If thero bulla
ol'JofttlonK in wrltltn; litao .u t lllod Ui tlio i-
suunoo cirtalU le fc i is iiienilxmy rcu-
ruury. 1905. J II L'Nas'c.Co ClfrL
iiy a t.. j 10 11. ui uty.
The t' tms arc unlook d in M'o ihutl
K H ('(l.-y is opnon'el receiver of
wM a IB $$ W bU 1 1 ! w I
And everything that goes to make up a complete
Grocery establishment. Flour Peed and
supplies of all kinds. No need to go
elsewhere for anything in our line.
Ouf priced are right.
COfifiE AMD CONE.
But I still have some Goods left and
they are for Sale.
PROVISIONS FLOUR AND FEED-
Queens ware. ..
Iu the Dry Goods line may bo found at inj
cstubUshment. I curry tho most complete
stoekof YillY GOODS. CLOTH-
ING. UATS BOOTS AND
SHOES I" "caver.
trJ . IU . 2
jeweler am.cl Optician..
Wo mnko a specialty of fitting glasses and enn lit your eyes satisfactorily
o r your money back an also execute any work in tho Jewelry line. Bring in
your work You'll find us where you seo tho Big Wntch sign.
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Our house is one of the best in town and first elm iu every repcl.
hies supplied with the BEST and rates reasonable Evorr courtesy extendeo-.c-
Railway. ' .
t'ullj equljipJ m!ci. Fr rccllulog ehslr cars. Meali n Ii chI b'lfiii.t
dinlDg serrlc. lttst ofcouueclious hitwten nil fjoittn.
H. C T0VHSEVD. G P A
St. Loul3 IIo.
for Trade ..
I also handle
Fk lo Ho IIBItti C
It Ek fc. iliL'JrJ.
s" s'.i'w-liyi"''''t''f''grVs.syQ2i 1-
remembered and oppieeutcd.
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