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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 14, 1906 Page: 3 of 5

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The tyso of Mr.4. Calvin Molt.m v
Dennis Cihill in which It. J. Brewer
mg i wa no complaining witness ana in
Wl tJH9tt JltfttlP which tho defendent was charged with
urnwing a gun on me piainmi came
up in Probato Court laU weok. The
cue was continued till tho July tenn.
Our offiao is sportrng a new "dovil".
Kalph Willliour is filling the pajltlun.
J. 8. Moftitt of Hooker has been ap-
pointed Court Commissioner by Judgu
Closing out our suits for men and
boys and If you need anything in this
lino we can and will save you money.
Tub Ekomcwood Mekcantilr Co.
11. M. Bulick returned the last of
the week from Liberal where ho met
his mother who expect to make him
a visit of about three months.
Mew hat new shoes and a rncw lot
of dress goods Just received wo not
only offer you good values but a good
assortment to pick from. Tub
Knolkwoci) Mbkc ntilb Co.
Ur. L. L. Beardsley Veterinary Den-
list of Gaus Okla. will be at Shelton's
barn the 2nd and 4th Friday and .Sat-
urday of each month.
6-14 7-5 4 wkw.
If you want to jnake a cake for the.
ruurth Tub Exomwood MBCAvrn.K
Co. offers the bcsttlour on earth at
$1.10 a sack nnd granulated sugar at
H.PO Mick. Diamond K.
The Base Hall boys dance held Fri-
day night was a succcas in every way.
A good crowd and nplendid music
made the evening nn enjoyable one
ad one long tu be remembered by
jtH ilrf;nt.
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i l).t shirting 7a Xsenta yard beet
I'-ali&iQ centB.yard second grade calico
4 rents best LL muslin iihi cents yard
nil becnuhc " Brother John ho paid the
Tim Knolbwooii Mbkcantiib (Jo.
William Smith who was committed
- to jail some weeks ago upon conviction
of swiping a claim shack and upon hi
failure to ay the tine and costs wait
rolcHScd from custody June 6th re-
ueiving ono day for good behevior.
Hcv. W. J. Martindale 1). D. Preside
iiig Elder of the M. K. Church will
)reach at the Presbyterian Church
next Sunday and Monday night.
Will hold Quarterly Conference on
.Monday at 0:X) a. m. Ex pry body in-
vited to attend.
Vol. 1 No j 1 of the Reaver County
Democrat printed in Heaver is the
latest on our exchange table. It is a
neat paper Well gotten up and as there
is always room for one more we pre-
dict for the Democrat a bright and
procperuus future.
Friday afternoon the Beaver Ball
boys J had a chance to redeem them
selves which they proceeded to do in
great shapo. With tho usual crowd of
rooters present for both sides tho game
at first was exciting but later it was
only play for our boys and the score
run so high we lost the necessary
figures to keep tally. Two games were
played ono with Ilibbs and ono with
Zclma Beaver boys won both games.
With all the pomp and ceremony
fitting the occasion we are duly in-
stalled editor-in-chief. Presented with
the necessary from the office towel to
the quill wo aro "it" for th next few
weekB to como. Wc hope to please
every one. We aro not "scrappy" in
the least In fact wc do not believe in
scrapping therefore wo will not scrap.
So if any one has a bone and looking
for some ono to help pick it fight shy
of tho IIkrald office for we are not
looking for trouble.
It has been said and rcsaid that there
ia nothing ina name but tho contrary
wastproven this week. R. J. Brewer
was committed to jail for failure to pay
fine and cost in a civil action in the
probate conrt last week. II. A.
Brewer who resides at Rokomo but
who is no relation to tho aforesaid
came in and satisfied the judgment
and the prisoner vyas released. He
did not propose to have even hit name
in tho county bastile. Now we arc
glad that we possess uuch a common
name as "Thomas". It may help us
some day.
Miss Ella Empy swore out a warrant
last week for tho arrest of her uncle
Pat Farwcll charging him with assault
alleging that he tried to choke her.
It appears that the plaintiff owed
Patrick the sum of $10.00 and refused
to reimburse him. Unlike many men
instead of letting his arm go to
"Waist" he let his hands go to nock
and proceeded to choke the gentle
The case was heard in Probate Court
this week and judgment was rendered
in favor of Mis Empy. Farwell was
fined $5.00 and eosta.
Practise In all Courts
The ruse of tho Territory vs Dunnf
Cnhlll last week In which R. .1. Brvwor
was tho complaining witness came up -in
Probate Court. It is another 'out
of those strange thingi that you read
about. It seems that the difficulty
arose over the setting of n certain
corner post . Mr. Cahlll first placed
the post over on Mr Brewers land "
about six inches. Beaver county Jand
has became so valuable that the owner
could not stand for that and o
proceeded to move tt back and this
time aoout an equal six inches on
Mr. CablU's farm. Thon the fun
commenced. Dennis sholdcrcd hi
spade and meandered toward thti
disputed post to place It tome place
perhaps trespassing twelve Inches this
time. Mr. Brewer had bulsncss at that
point at tho same time and Borne way
they got to flourishing spades and
crowbars until one finally turned to a
gun and Brewer quit tho promises and
came to town swearing out a warrant
for Cahlll charging him with too free
use of ono of those implements of
warfare that aro dangcrons without
lock stock or barrel.
The case received due attention in
Judge Meese's court of Justice and
Judgement was rendered In favor of
defendant the costa in tho caso being
assessed to complaining witness
We understand thot tho various bus-
iness men of Beaver have agreed that
after this week they will close their
places of business at 8 o'clock p. m.
This Is a good move for it will give not
only tho clerks in the various estab-
lishments a little freedom but tho
proprietors themselves who are al-
ways overworked a chance to got away
from business a few hours. We hope
that tho agreement will be strictly
adhered to.
J" H ST A Ti3L.I3TGh
Wa .nake a specialty of fitting glass-
es and can fit your eyes satisfactorily
or your money back. Can also exe-
cute any work in the JewoW line.
Jl. E. JV
l am now located ia ay new quar-
ters south room dowa stairs first
door south of Court Hatue ia aaw
Hodge building.
Good clean shave Shan raaco Com-
fortable chain Mm atop.
A number of the M. W. ..' of Bea-
ver went to Floria Moafey night aaa
organised a lodge at that alaoe.
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