The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 3, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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OLDEST OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. REPUBLICAN FOR PRINCIPLE.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JUNE 3 1909.
i We have purchased the Floris
-fC chandise and
First Class General
at that stand.
any line with
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Local News. I
Tho Herald for all tho latest news.
Ask for your Score Cards at tho
Try the Herald Job rooms withjyour
next order for stationery.
A. F. Rock was down from Liberal
tho latter part of Inst week.
FOR SALE Work tenm wagon nnd
plows etc. Lnnd to rent. Address
Mae Willis. Beaver Oklnhorau
B. A. Humlston and sister Miss
Bertha;-wore over from Know lea on
business tho latter part of Inst. week.
Swkkt William An old buggy can
bo made to look liko new by applying
Gloss Blaak Perma-Lac on the gearing.
Sold by F. 0. Tracy.
Ledru Heoly who has been absent
from Beaver tho past winter being in
attendance at school at Manhattan re-
turned homo the past week.
Taken Ur: Blind bay ;rnrn eight
miles south and ono inllo west of
Beaver. Ownor can g't same by" pay
ing uumuKCB iiuu uiityuu.
Harry Peckhumvwho iiariJuen spend-
Ing tho past fow months In New J'lex-
ico on his farlu returned hou) o the
first of tho week.
Bermuda grass roots for silo. 60
cents por hundred.
II. T. GakiiEtt
R. F. D.J.. ' . ElmwoJOkla.
To nvoiU serious results t
Kidney Remedy at tho fl
kidnoy or bladder dtaordojr sucl; as
backache urinary irregularities ex-
haustion arid yau will sonbo well
Commence taking Foley's Kidnoy
Remedy toduy. For Bale by F. 0
expect in the future to conduct -
Can supply your needs in -C
a new fresh Stock.
Railroad Prices Guaranteed
Just as we go to press wo learn of j
tho serious illness of John Lilc. Ills
condition is reported eriticnl. Wo
trust he mny Improvo rnpidly.
The two pool hnlls were consolidated
this: week and in future both will oc-
cupy the Kentucky Pool Hall qunrtora
wlt'a Stono & Pngo proprietors.
Abstracts '.Insurance and Loans.
Relutblo work and quick action.
Waijteii 0. 'ihiAZKE
Leo Gosney haiA an encounter with
tbo clothes lino-otM day this week uud
the clothes lino vihlpped him. As a
result he is wearing very bum looking
Mnnyk of our cittzens aro drifting
towards Bright's disease by neglecting
symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble
which Foley's Kidney Ilomeuy win
quickly 'euro. For sale by F. 0. Tracy".
MarvintjCrnlg received a painful in-
jury nhilio playing ball Saturday after-
noon l! miming he sprained his
ankle bad ly in consequence of which
he was lnii
I up for several days but he
I right again now.
is about a
Honey and Tar is especially
recommeri ded for chro nic throat and
lung troul lea and many sufforors from
bronchitfr asthma and consumption
have- fou nd comfort and relief by us-
ing Folo J'J Honey and Tar. For Bale
by F. 0. Tr'.aey.
Frnnk ' lA uglirln mnde a business
trip to I dbera 1 Tuesday morning in his
auto re turnlnjjpybcforo noon. In the
attcrnoi n ho wiunt to uago to meet ins
slstorrt-Jaw who is .coming on a visit.
Ho matVo thc'Jattor trip in Sherilt Mil
ler's touring car.
Everyone wTould bo benefitted by
taking Foley's tVW'io Laxative for con-
stipation stoma eh and liver trouble
as Itsweetons th Htomachand breath
gently stimulates the liver and regu-
lates the bowels atM ' much superior
to pills and ordina Vy laxatives. Why
not try Foluy's Orln o Laxative today?
For sale by F. 0 Try.oy
Stock of Mer
J. D. Nowcomer of tho Newcomer
b arm Loan & Mortgngo Company of
Eldorn Iowa was hero Inst week
looking nftor tho interests of the com-
pany In this section. A. F. Rook hits
been representing this company in
Mr. Grant Hainian of Richlield.
Kansas nrrived In Beaver Saturday
for a visit with her mother Mrs. Ellen
Maple and other relatives uud to at-
tend Decoration sorvlcoH' She will re-
main for sovoral weeks.
W. H. Danielson called in tho first
of the weuk and ordered the address
of his paper changed from Liberal
to BulTalo Kansas. Mr. Danielson
has been 'spending the past few mouths
at Liberal but expects to leave within
the week for DuiTalo where he will re-
main until fall.
A. A. Lohstroh proprietor of th
Gem Pharmacy at LaKemp was a
ficavor visitor the past week. While
bora lie culled at the IIkiiai.d olllce and
hud his iiuiiio added to our eubsuriii-
tion book so that he could keep posted
on Denver happenings.
Georgo Lyman an owner ot real es-
tate in Beaver ind who generally
makes this point once a year to collect
rents etc. paid. ISonvnr his nutiiial
visit tho past week. While hero ho
disposed of his farm adjoining Beaver
selling tho samu to J. Blanchard.
Prof. C. T. Laughton and wire of
Guymou wero in Beuyer a few days
tho first of tho week. They went dow n
to their farnron tho South Flats Mon-
day for n visit with relatives. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Laughton contemplate going
to Chicago for the study of music at
an enrly dnte
Mi L. Hunter of Madison is here
this week being engaged in plastering
the now. church. Mr. Hunter is a
"mud-slinger" of high ' degree and
knows al) about how it is done when it
comes to doing a fine job of plastering.
Ho has about eight hundred yards of
plastering on tho new structure
F. V. Sharon of Marlon Indiana
irrlvod in Denver the first of the week
to take n position in J. W. Webb's
store. lie will till J. 0. Hodge's place
during thn lattor's absence. Mr.
Hodge expects to lenve soon for ait ex-
tended visit in Arkumms.
Tho Denver Racket Store wa moved
the tms'lwy?b.Mrom tie room It form-
erly oeeupfed liV'tb'tf: OHft bulhling to
thu buildini; on' the niiipjformijrly
occupied by the Gem Phnrmkey. Bvory.
thing is nicely arranged nt thn now lo-
cation mill tho additional room Rives
Mr. DuGraw n much bettor opportu-
nity todiKpliiy hi stock.
.T.S.Scott thu Alfalfa Kingof the Kio-
wa country was transacting business in
Denver tho lntter part of last woek.
fie came over to bring his daughter
Miss Ariiin who Is attending normal
nt this place and to attend to some
business matters. Whllo hero he
placed a notice In tho IIkiiami adver-
tising hie lino horse. It will pay stoek-
men to rend this advertisement care-
f u 1 ly .
Mrs. I) P Miller and daughter
hlnid who hnvo been visiting relatives
in the eastern mates for some timo
pust returned home the lntter pnrtuf
last week. She was accompanied
home by her cousin Mrs. V. II. Rob-
inson nnd little sou of Kansas City
who will remain for n visit. Mrs.
Robinson may decide to locate
permanently and engage in business in
Denver. Wo would only bo too glad
to welcome her and triist that she may
determine to do so.
Miss Allio Stono will short ly leave
for Richmond where sho will take u
course or study in the Normal school.
Miss Allio Stone who bus con-
ducted the spring termof tho public
school closed the session yesterdny
with appropriate exercises nnd bnskot
dinner. Several delightful songs wore
rendered by the pupils nflcr which
Itev. J. W. Harris guvo nn interesting
talk his subject being "Advantages of
an Education." The refreshments
consisted of old country ham nnd oth-
er sustnutiuls and strawberries ices
nnd cakes.- Jrhose.lunltundaiiua-iuiinr
bered-6S. Citizen. Paris Ivy.
Dr. Long nnd V. 0. Tracy exper-
ienced a little mishap .Monday just ns
they wore starting for the cemetery in
which both of the machines wore
slightly damaged. Mr. Tracy was in
the lead and Justus they woro leaving
town two tennis were coming In on the
roud they wero to go out on. Fearing
that the tenuis might scaro at the
autos Mr. Tracy stopped bofore he
reached the roud on which they were
traveling Dr Long was some illpt-
nnco behind but just nt the instant
the former stopped his attention was
nttmcted in another direction and ubt
until ho was within only six feetof the
car did he reulize that he was running
them down. Of courso he attempted
to stop his machine as quickly as pos-
sible but in so short n distance was un-
able to break the full foruonud crushed
into the rear of Mr. Tracy's machine
knocking a small hole in it and badly
damaging the lumps and fenders of
Ids own cur. No one was injured arid
the damage to thu machines was not
us bad as they might linvo been si the
gentlemen after till count thoiusolves
Notice to Royal Neighbors
For the past few months the bone-
llciary members of Hoyal Neighbors
Lodgo No. !WIH Denver Oklahoma
have been depending upon tho He-
corder to pay their assessments. This
is strictly against tho constitution and
by-laws of tint lodgo and I therefore
liereoy give uo.ieo uiai i ausoiuteiy
will not pay such assessments any
more. If you nro suspended do nof
lilnnie the recorder and sny she sus-
pended you. You did it yotirolf by
your rofusul or neglect to pay your
afsesKmonts and dues. Assessments
are due each mouth unless othorr.iM
specilied in the olllcial paper and
must be paid before the lust day of the
mouth Dues are due the first day of
January April July and October. No
aessment can no accepted it duos are
unpaid. Ah we said bofore do not
blame the recorder if you are sus-
nnnded. The. business of keeping up
youi oil 1 1
gallons to tiio lodge is all
if you neglect it no blame
can attach to the recorder. Dear this
in mind and see that you aro square
with tho lodgo all tho timo if you ex-
pect to reap the benefits of the order.
Maude 0. Thomas Recorder
Mioses Laura Mackey and Phyllis
Kuhr graduates of Ib'theny College of
Music Lindsborg and also of the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma will appear in
Denver Friday night June 11th. Miss
Muckey is a vocalist of note and Miss
Fulir is an accomplished pianist They
will furnish an entertainment of high-
class and lovers of good music caniiot
ullord to miss hearing them. The
proceeds will be shared with the Pres-
byterian church. Watch for further
announcement next week.
You'll cat more
and cat it oftcner when you
realize that recent scientific Q
experiments show that such H
foods arc by far the best builders Q
Q of health and strength. Quaker Q
X rin : :. i b
ilo in nub is guarantee! co q
q keep fresh and sweet- indpfiniKr n
Q in any climate.
Quaker Oafs fiimily si7.c package contains
the finest china. Ask your dealer about it.
The Quaker Quia Qmpany
Annua! School Alccting
The regular ntiuual school meeting
for this district was held nt tho school
house Tuesday afternoon June 1st. nt
which time the following business was
A ninth grade was established.
Secretary's nnd trensurer's reports
read ami approved.
W. T. Quiiiii wus unanimously re-
elected treasurer of the district.
An eight mouths school commenc-
ing tho llrst Monday in September was
A leu mill school levy was voted
eight mills for general purposes and
two mills for contingent.
In the mutter of tho district stand-
inc cooil'fortlurnuiomitTjf discountrtm
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ll-HUIll-l B tlltl MlllS III UiltU IWUK) JYJIH HO
cush on hand to pay thu sumo when
due it wus tmnulmously decided that
the district should not bo responsible
for such discounts.
County Superintendent Mooki ad-
vised that all teachers in the Vchools
of Denver county would be inquired to
tench vocal music in their schools in
There being no further business tho
secretary's report of thn meeting was
rend and npproved nnd the meeting
Old Soldiers Feasted t
The Old Soldiers nnd othors enjoyed
u regular uliMnahiuued love feast Dec-
oration Day. According to previous
arrnngements nil who desired t join
with the Old SoMior in adinner camo
with well II I led bnskelrt and tho feast
wus spread in tho Niles building.
Tho dinner was under the supervision
of the Murthiw.of the Christian church
who surprised the Old Doya with a
treat of ico cream at the close
of the sumptuous meal. There
wero oceans of good things to
cat and the hungry multitude
was well provided for livery
body had a lolly good time as was evi-
denced by the ring of lnughter happy
faces and shouts ot tho patriotic which
mingled with the old-time war songs
Nothing iB too good for the Old Sol-
dier and we should all feel proud of
the manner In which Dcavor citizens
alwayH honor them.
Beaver Should he Ashamed of
There is just one place that Denver
falls down and that Is in supporting
her band Wo linvo Just been called
upon to dig up something in tho neigh-
borhood of f(55.00 to pay for a band for
Decoration Day. We doubt very much
if that amount wus ever donated lo
oiirirvn homo bund. If we had given
tho kind of support they merited they
would have furnished our music for in
not only on Decoration Da but on
many other days gratis. This b
omethliig for us to ponder over. Is ii
treating our own baud boys fair and
square to neglect to support -them and
then on occasions oi tins kiiio pay out
so much money for a little bit of
music? Don't howl about Beaver not
having any band. Tho band boy
have tried hard enough and spent theit
own money to keep the baud going
but they have reached the limit. It is
now Beaver's move to show her ap
preciation uy a little support
Calcyvillc Band a Good One
ThcCaloyvillo band was engaged lo
play for us on Decoration Day and
thoy took caro of their pun of the pro-
f;ram in an excellent manner. The
mud boys certuinly deserve a groat
deal of credit for the manner in which
thoy entertained the crowd. Thoy
show that thoy have had practice.
Caleyvillo should fool proud of hor
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Democrat Changes Hands
A deal wiw consummntod tho
llrst of the wwilc whereby A. "J. It.
Smith of Woooward becomes owner
of tho Doavor Ooiiuty Democrat hav-
ing purchased the same from F. C.
Tracy mid W. 1L Willhour.
Wo hour Mr. Smith spoken of as a
reil hot Duniimmt and a Ilvo news-
paper man so tliere will probably bo
Mnnothing doing over In that print
slion. More hi our 0f .Brother
Sinitlu Mayyou live long and dlo
Season of 1909
The Imported Royal Belgian Stal-
lion (lentil No 37-184 will stand for
service nt tho far.in of J B. Scott rx-
".ept on Friday and Haturdny of each
week at Ivauhoo Oklahoma.
GKN'TII is a puro bred nuiinnl of
exceptional quality color rich dupplcd
bay weight 1700 lU height It hands.
In gepcial conformation this horse is
us nearly perfect as one ever boob. He
is a vnry uctivo horse full of energy
and" vitality which insures a class of
colls that will bo good workers and
' Terms f
$10 to insure in foal; $"0 to Insure
living eolt Owner of above stallion
will pay the sum of flOO for weaned
mare foals by Gentil out of good mares
diould the foals bo unblemished and
I mouths old
Yoilllg Sclim-I'lffr. rat' BulRlH"
htalllon Colo Day
weight. l&OO pounds nt 8 years old u
real good colt home-raised and well
known throughout Denver county
terms: rIu to insure living eolt.
Mortgages and Leas-
examined. Best Ab-
JLHfl fit I
J furnish you prompt reliable ser-
vice for least inonoy. There is a legal
education back of my work.
Beaver Co. Abstract Office
WALTER C. PRAZER
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