The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 40, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 21, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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OLDEST OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER G'Ma
BEAVHR BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MARCH 21 907.
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Court convenes next Tuesday
Spring lias sprung sprang springed.
Mrs. F C Tracy was quite sick the
first of the week.
Mrs. W H Mnnsfield Is reported as a
victim of neuralgia this week.
Mrs. Tack"tt lias been indisposed the
Mm. Charley Jackson was on the
sick list the past week.
A A Brown was up from Lockwood
from Saturday to Monday.
G W Sword and son of Uoyd were
Beaver callers this week.
The Ladies' Guild have on hand a
nice line of Easter novelties. See
them for anything in that line.
Ladies you can hnu whips for your
husbands at the Harness Shop.
tr. F.JJ LaBellb.
Warm sunshiny Monday called
forth the bare-foot boy. Another evi
dence of spring.
Emma Allen Worse.
C A Allen who just came up from
Alvu last wck his daughter Emnia
being much better at the time he left
homo received a message Sunday
stating that the young lady was sinking
fust. Mr Allen and Walter left at
once to attend her bed-side. It will
be remembered that Miss Emma has
been suffering from consumption for
some time but just recently she. seemed
much improved and hopes for her re-
covery were entertained. We hope
for news of her improvement again.
Little Bernard Loofbourrow had a
birthday last week and in honor of the
occasion his mamma prepared a din-
ner after Masters Bernard's and Har-
old's orders. The boys did honor to
one much older in their menu and it is
needless to say had a plenty of good
things prepared by the skilled hands of
their mother. The little man received
some nice birthday remembrances.
Fine quality Texas Seeded Ribbon
Cane Seed for sale.
Bumck & Co.
A full line of Drugs and fancy articles
also paints and oils.
The Gkm Pharmacy.
Alva Allen left Wednesday for Alva
to Attend the sick-bed of his sister
Clothes cleaned and pressed. Call
on u9 for a good job.
Gkkgo & Maxsfikld.
fieorce Babb was among those who
were In town from the Kiowa this
week. . .
HanUsome little chicks with eggs
and baskets for aalc by the Ladies'
Guild for Easter.
D B Kinder left last week for Ken-
tucky to Visit his brother who is seri-
With best wishes for the new year
we solicit a share of your patronage.
Tiik Gkm Pharmacy.
The St. Patrick ball was well attend-
ed and as usual much fun was had
Sixty Ninth Birthday.
The children aim "chlldren-in-law"
of Mrs. J It Thomas mother of the
IIkuai.d editor were invited to eat
dinner with her Wednesday at the
home of her daughter Mrs. Ni'tti"
Brown on the occasion of her sixty-
What a Joy It wa for her with her
gray-haired husband of as many sum-
mers as herself seated at her side to
look down eaeli side of the long table
and see there the young men and wom-
en the youuueHt of whom your hum
ble servant is no spring thicken but
nil of whom are still 'children" to
mother whom she had guided from
tender infancy to manhood and wom-
anhood. No less than Joy of the mother wns
that of "we children" who havo been
blessed with 'papa" and "mamma" as
not all large families have been and
can still look upon them as in the
"prime of life" and hope to have them
with us for many years yet to come
As for the dinner of course it was as
modt "bigdiuners" everything anyone
could wish for and too much to do
justice to. The usual number of
birthday remembrances were in evidence.
FORMER BEAVERITES WED.
Atiss Jennie Quinn and Ar.
Easter dance at the Hall in Beaver
on March 20th.' Good music and
good time. Barrow Bros.
37 3-"21 3wk. Pd. Managers.
A. J. Hurley has rented the Nile
basement and will conduct his restau-
rant after April 1st. He will also add
Apricot and peach trees are in
bloom and rose bushes am putting out
F. C. Tracy returned from Guthrie
Sunday tiie Constitutional Convention
having adjourned Friday of last week.
J. R. Bolin and daughter Mins Huth
were in Beaver from Liberal last week.
They called at the Herald office.
Probate Court 1b doiiiK its stunt this
week j There are a number of cases on
Misses Chamberlin and Dovle Her-
ring attended the ball from Iva Fri-
Wellington Humes who resided
near Balko died last week. He was a
man well advanced in years and died
of the aflliction peculiar to old age.
C. W. Ault J. F. Elmore and Grav-
er Baker all from the Kiowa were
among the witnesses before Probate
Court IhU'week in the
close Babb case.
I have pasture for 400 head of cattle
pasture all enclosed and plenty of run-
ning water. For particulars See A. F.
Rock Beaver Okla. Office in the
Hodge building first door south of the
courthouse. 311 328 .
Sands City Made Junction.
Sands City on the Esther Flats has
been taking unto itbelf a whole lot of
city airs since its birth a few weeks
ago. The town has been platted lota
sold and streets graded and a nourish-
ing little city has sprung up as it
were all in a night.
Beside the many improvements go-
ing on In town in the way of buildings
etc. the latest cause for rejoicing
among the residents of that section is
the survey of the Oklahoma Western
Railroad which was recently mad c
across the townsit1 and making a junc-
tion with .the Santa Fe Englewood &
Baton Railroad which had previously
been surveyed across the townsite.
The promoters of the new town arn.
confident of success and are booming
their new town for all there is in it.
The town- is finely located and in the
event of a railroad building their way
will make thk town of eastern Beaver
For Salt Texas Heeded Ribbon Cane
Seed for sale in any quantity.
Bulick & Co.
Mrs. M. E. Goddard was lip from the
Kiowa this week being a witness in the
Howe Babb Groseolose case before
Judge Meese. '
To Sell or. Trade A good 1000
pound horse for a light double driving
team. Enquire of
While east wo purchased a full Una
of nalnt especially adapted to this
climate. Come and see it.
The Gkm Pharmacy.
Don't fall to read the inuny new ad-
vertisements in the Herald this week.
I hey nil have something to say to in-
terest you. .
FOR SALE Alfalfa seed at $0.50 per
v Elmwood Okla.
Still Ive have the marriage of Boaver-
lles to record. This time the knot 1
tied in Kenton but Beaver is interest-
ed inasmuch .s tho brldo is the accom-
plished daughter of our oldest and
most respected citizens Mr. and Mrs.
J R Quinn and the groom a former
well-known young man of Beaver.
On Saturday of last week Miss Jen-
nie Quinn and Mr. Harmon Fox were
married at Kenton. The bride hud
just completed n term of school in tho
West End of tho county nnu sue en-
joyed the work so much that she de-
cided to continue indefinitely and ac-
cordingly contracted for the school or
one. Jennie as sho Is familiarly
known here having grown to woman-
hood on the farm four miles south of
Beaver is too well known to all to
need any words of praise at our
hand dho is an accomplished young
lady and one who will reign in the
lioiiiB a$ an agrecablo and nltogotlior
companlonabl" "hotter half."
The groom was a resident of Beaver
until some six years ago when he re-
moved to Kenton. Htf was a young
man wlh pride and ambition and has
been successful in his efforts because
he chose the right way. He is a son of
Mr. and- Mr. J M Fox formerly of
Beaver but now of Clayton JN Mexico.
Wenronot advised of tho plans of
the happy young people for the future
but we nespeak for them success and it
is our earnest desire that their every
effort be crowned with happiness and
We will be joined by a host of
friends in congratulations.
Circle Will Serve Supper .
The Ladies' Circle of the Presbyter-
ian church will servo n general supper
at 6 o'clock pn Tuesday April 2d.
If you want a good first-class meal
don't fajl to eat supper with the Circle
There will be a special meeting of
the G A R. Post March 23d'jFAJl
meinliorinre..ruqui'ted to be prcn
liY UUDKK Of UOMMA.NDEU.
Ee In FLORIS
Have Those Troublesome Teeth
Attended To This Time
WILL BE SOLD IN FRONT OF COURT
HOUSE SATURDAY MARCH 23d 1907
AT 2 P. M. AT PUBLIC AUCTION FOR
CASH TO HIGHEST DIDDER
Morg is a 7-year-old Percheron-Morgan
Stallion. Is Black with one White
Hind Foot and Star in Forehead
He is a Sure Foal Getter
. R. 0. DUNLOP Admr. Honeywell Est
Attorney Albert Wellborn Ib
;rr o .-naiiU.nep mi his laud in
Beaver which when complete will bo
a commodious and cyclone-proof
Roy Brown and T. L. Floyd wont to
Meade last week to attend a big horse
sulo af Lee Howard's farm in tho
Artesian country north .of Meade.
They returned homo Sunday.
I will be in Beavor every Saturday to
receive and deliver sowing Can do
anything In the dressmaking line. See
me first door r outh of Bulick A Co.
314 4i Mrs. Josephine Smith
A little blaze on the West Side one
day last week caused quite a flurry on
account of the high wind which pre
vailed. The fire consumed some out
buildings belonging to AVilliam Clotl -
Miss Helen St Clair left Tuesday
for Wichita at which place sho will
visit several weeks then join her par-
ents at Carmen. Miss Helen is a
charming and agreeable young lady
and we regret her depnrturu.
Miss Alice Tremaine was In Benver
over Saturday having returned from a
short visit at her homo near Pratt
Kansns to take up school work again
on the Flats. James Orabtree accom-
panied her to her school Sunday.
We'nro in receipt of an invitation to
attend the wedding of Miss Mnminie
Conwill to William Evving. at Hooker
on Sunday Marcli 24th. Wo extend
congratulations and are iiorry wo can-
Subscribe for the Herald and get
the Kansas City Weekly Star for one
year FREE. Old subscribers may
take advantage or this oiler by paying
mi and ono year In advance. This
holds good only till June 1st
C 0 Glover arrived In Benvon this
week. Hehas been engaged to In-
struct the Beavor band. Mr Glover Is
a fine musician and tho band did well
to Becure his services.
FOR SALE 160 aures deeded land in
Beaver county Okluhonm. Good
farm land and plenty of living water.
For prices sou or address
J. J. FUfcKKRSON
120 tf. Domuoy Oklahoma.
Pneumonia Is reported quite prV
lout amon tho ohildrpn Little
Gladys Haskell s quite sjpk also two
Children of Mr. nu4 Mrs Abu Ilillbi of
Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Logston drove
over to Beaver this week front Eugle-
wood nt which place tho Reverend has
ehnrgoat present. Mrs. logston lias
been seriously ill but is improved.
WANTED Some ono who under-
ftjj.di the business to trim l.uw
I rijnieu hund need apply " ni
A L Wright and H N Lawsnn both
of Hutchinson are hero preparing a
get of abstraot books. They have not
decided upon n permanent location as
V't. We would be glad to welcome
thorn to Benver for they appear to bo
very courteous and Imsinee-Uko men
J. A- Rusjel of Madison whs In Bea.
vor on businoss last week. Ho called
and subscribed for the Ukhamj. stutlng
that ho had llvod In tho county ten
years and nover had subscribed for a
county paper. Of course no uecmeu
on the Herald.
A L Mac Arthur bun rented ilo
largo room just epnili of his Short Or-
der house and (a fitting U up for a res.
tnnrant. wiion oampieien u wm uo
nli4utanuuf tho most Inviting eating
places In town. Mr. Mac Arthur be-
lieves "cleanllnesa Is next to Godliness"
and governs himself accordinglyr
F. M. Bohn s residence at J.ocan
was destroyed by fire one day last
week. iTIio fire occurred early In tho
morning and was not discovered until
too late to save anything. The lo
was covered by 1200 CO ipurn.tcd ;Ur
nJsiUnoii!itvl'H amallpari oHhc loss.
Mr n.ihn burned his faeo severely In
trying to extinguish the ilarueB.
Of Liberal Kansas
Will Be In BEAVER March 23d to 26th
Fully equipped with all the newest and most modern improvements known (
science for testing and fitting your vision. He carries with him a fine and
complete stock of Spectacles and Eye Glasses thereby giving you an op-
portunity to protect your eyes with tho pame good results as you
would travel many miles to obtain.
HE HAS REFERENCES
From hundreds of patrons who will gladly testify .o tho benefit they
have derived from perfectly adjusted glasses fitted by him Ho uses
Only The Celebrated Axis Cut Pebbles
Which rest and cool the over-taxed eyes. Do you have headache dizzi-
ness black spots blur of print by artificial light? These aro all signs of
defectivo visions and should be attended to at once.
Remember Doctor Wright guarantees all his work and treats all refrac-
tions no mattor how complicated. Prescriptions taken and glasses
ground to order. If you have weak eyes or granulation of the eyelids
ho will cure yoi Cross eyes straightened without the uso of a knifo
Dqn't fail to look after the chlldrens' oyes They too may be suffering
from strain of tho delicate organ of the eye. Do not abUBe Nature's
You Will Find His Prices Reasonable
If h dons not call on you drop him a card or call on him
of Liberal Kansas
yes theyjsell coal and when yqu .L;'
are in searcn 01 a piace wnere
you can buy coal the most rea-1
sonable call at Craig Bros. when 1
in Liberal. They will treat
DO YOU WANT A RAIROAD?
If so Read this
Wo are In receipt of a letter of which tho following is an extract:
'I havo been retained by the promoters of tho Santa Fe Liberal it
wood Railroad Company to make a full and genorul report upon tho
tion along this Lino now under construction I am desitouH of obtaining
from the farmers and residents of tho country through which the Railroad
will puss as much Information uh possible regarding tho classof crops grown
by them; the proablo tonnage to be expected for shipment; the number of
Oftttlo sheop oto. raised and what proportion may bo shipped over the
Then Write Full Particulars to
H B ALDERSON Civil Engine
31 Nassau Si New York City
Care of E D Sheppard & Co
The p. & o.
An Inoxpciulvo and handy at-
tachment which can be used on
rlulit or left hand steel or wood
beam plow or middle breaker!
of any sizo or any make.
It can bo attached without
drilling or boring boleM.
Tho necessary connection aro
Jurulfhcd and Bro easily put to-
ccther. Each wheel lias ail
Tho attachment includes
wheels axles lexers seat
and scat sprint.' and alt
Every walking plow on
tlio farm can bo converted
Into a ridluc plow by usi'iil
For Sale by
Possesses more good features for tho
money than any similar Implement
made and an excellent and useful Im- ;
plomcnt for anyone having asmall
Furnished with Plow Shovel
Weeder Rake and Wrench.
and tho best combined Ciardon Plow
arid Cultivator made. Tho dltfercnt
attachments aVo Interchangeable and
ft can bocomerted from ono stjloto
another in a few minutes. Can be used
for cultivating all kinds of Harden
Handles adjustable for man or child.
II wlRliHonly 17 iMiiinilM per-
tnittinircasy liandllni; and close work
in small Gardens.
UGAVEK MARDWAUfi &
The Kansas City Weekly Star
rfa moHt comprehensive farm panor All the news intelligent! toni
Farm questions answered by a practical farmer and exporimenterrri.
Exactly what you want in market reports fl
One Year 25 Cents
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