The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 6, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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COL. J. J. FREY
Live Slock Auctioneer. Satis-
Six years in thu ring in Ocnlrnl Kan-
sas. Sell ntiytliliiK Gonnywhcro
My motto Is: Dcst sorvlco nt
reasonable cununisBon. SEE
ME before making dales . .
T. O. Pittman
Live Stock and Public Sales.
DALKO - - OK LA
Dates nuulo nt this ulllcc.
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Cnlls nnsworcd in Automobilo Resi-
dence Tolcphouo Number Twenty-five.
HEAVER - - OKLA
Dr. J. A. Miller
Dentistry in all its brunches l'late
work a specialty. Gold crowns anil
Denver - Oklahoma
A. S. DICKSON
BEAYEfl . . . OKLAHOMA
L. S. MUNSELL M.D.
Answers : Professional : Calls
NIGHT AND DAY.
In a Horsomobile that docs
not balk or stick in the sand.
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I H. S. JUDY I
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buniia iuu I inni nuui t
i'f Alnnnv K
vf ' ) f
HcmormUo ratei with Jim rtlvllcso of
15- pajlncnll or a imtt of a loan nt liny Jf
-U- tlmn from ono jcnr to tlvo rnr. Otllco -Jt
) C- nt T rouo Okla. or tea .III j. 11. C'rolitrco !
X- nt Hnnk of IlMurrCity. s
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Liberal -' Kans
j. w. cdlwell!
35c Per Bale
nndolivered nt Nye. Oklahoma on
CHAS. I:. FREE Nye Okla.
All Steel Broom Corn Seeders
Best in the World
Tim nearest DUST PROOF or any
Machine made. Writo mo for par-
ticulars. A Postal will do.
T. G. Gonne Agt
I)E. E. R PEIiLETTE
' Osteopathic Physician
Q. H. RUSH
Fresh and Salt Meat
Cash Paid "For Hides
Phono No. 11.
leaver -:- .! Okla
j LAWYER f
Haskell for Commissioner.
Thero is no tnoro important offlco in
the gift of the pooplo and to bo filled
al tho coming clcotion llinn the office
of County Commissioner of Beaver
County Tho Republicans of this the
Second District made a wiso choice
when thoy named A. A. Haskell of
Elmwood no their nomlnco for that
Into tho hands of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners Id entrusted much of
tho financial businoss of tho coun-
ty and the cxpendituro of vast sums of
hard-enrned taxpayers' money Is paid
out upon their order. It la highly nec-
essary then that theso officials bo hon-
est capable Mid mon of good judg-
ment and btiBlnoss ability firm in their
convictions and not to bo turned with
oVory wind that blows or liko the
Gypsy's Jackass turn any way for a
feed of corn. Bearing this in mind
tho Republican party of Boavor oitinty
lias seen to it that their candidates for
Commissioner were mon whoso nasi
records would bear inspection and
who. if chosen by tho voters this fall
would give us a business administration.
It is safo to say that had Beaver
County always had buch men as A. A.
HaBkcll to composo her Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners tho records would
not ahow so much oxtravnganco Illegal
allowances and incapability as has bcon
the curso for years.
It should bo tho business of every
voter in tho connty to sco to it that out
next Board of County Commissioners
aro men who will look after tho interest
of tho taxpayers. A. A. Haskell's rec-
ord will stand tho closest scrutiny.
Ask who you may and thoy will oay
Ho is tho man for tho place. Elect
him and your interests will bo in safe
Capt. Bogardus Again Hits the
This world famous rlflo shot who
holds thu championship record of 100
pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is liv-
ing nt Lincoln 111. Recently Inter-
viewed ho says: "I suffered n long
timo with kidney nnd bladder trouble
and used sovoral well known kidney
medicines all of which gave mu no re
lief until I started taking Foley Kid-
ney Pills. Boforo 1 used Foloy Kid-
ney Pills I had severe backaches nnd
pains in my kidneys with suppression
and a cloudy voiding. On arising in
tho morning I would gut dull head-
aches. Now I linvo taken three bottles
of Foley Kidney Pills nnd fuel 100 per
Omit hotter. I am never bothered with
my kidneys or bladder and again feel
iiku my own self." For salo by F. C.
Our Next County Attorney
JortN A. SronN of Clino RopubHcan
nominee for County Attorney of Bea-
vor County nnd one of tho surcU can
didates for election is well qualified in
every wny for the office he seeks. To
fill the office of County Attorney foi
this county first and abovo all things
n good sound legal education is neces-
sary. Mr. Spchn possesses this nnd
holda degrees from law schools of ro-
puto which provo his assertions.
Again It is highly necessary that
tho effice bo filled by a conservative
man; ono of good judgment and com-
mon senso. Mr. Spohn is also possess-
ed of theso attributes and thoso com-
bined with honesty integrity and a
proper regard fo' the rights of othors
omincntly fits him lor tho ofQco he
sooks nnd makes him n popular candi-
date with tho voters.
Mr Spohn mnkes no display of his
accomplishments his ancestors nr
doos ho claim prc-cmlncnco on account
of hailing from any favored spot of
thij groat moral vineyard. Ho merely
claims to bo an honest industrious
farmer who fortunately poosossos a
good legal education nnd is asking for
the support of the voters at tho polls in
November feeling that ho can make
them a County Attorney of whioh thoy
need not eel ashamed nnd ono fully
qualified to dicchargo tho duties of tho
office for which bo has been nomluatod.
Mr. Spohn was born in Iowa nnd
lived thoro until coming to Oklahoma
in 1002. Ho graduated from tho High-
land Park Law Collcgo in that atato
and holds a degree of L. L. B. Ho
was admitted to tho Iowa Bar in the
spring of 1001 and was associated with
a law offlco for mo your Btudylng
mftUiods procedure and actual prac-
tice In 1002 Mr. Spohn removed from
Iowa to Oklahoma locating at Enid
but on acoount of lack of funds was un-
ablo to cstabliHh a tow office until tho
spring of 1003 when ho wob ndmittod
to tho Oklahoma Bar and began tho
practice of law. In fho meantime- he
was employed ns secretary for tho
Electric Light Co. At tho close of u
year's successful praotico in Enid tho
allurement of Beaver oounty became
too great for Attorney Spohn so ho
took down his shlnglo was married to
a charming young lady and sot out for
Beaver county to becomo ono ol our
best farmers. In a porsoual lottor Mr.
Spohn says: "Wo have bcon here over
since nnd oxpect to stay for wo think
Bcavor county is about tho best place
on earth to live."
Thin is tho man who now nsks tho
support of tho voters for his election
ae County Attorhoy Ho la worthy
capahlo and qualified and you cannot
do bettor than cast your voto for him
at tho coming election.
A Generous and Charitable
"I wIhIi nil might know of tho benefit
1 received from your Foley's Kidney
Remedy" says I.N. Regan Fanner
Mo. His kidneys and bladder gave
him so muuh pain misery and annoy-
ance ho cduld nut work nor sleep. Iio
jays Foley 'h Kidney Itomedy complete-
ly cured him. For sale by F. C. Tracy.
Trick of Haskell False Ac-
Despite tho dcalnratlon of Leu Cruce
in his Fairfax speech that his candida-
cy is not dominated by Haskcllism
yet tho tricks of Hnskull to deceive
and misload the pooplo nppenr at ov-
ory twist and turn of tho Orucc cam-
paign. Haskoll knows that ho would
be destroyed If his successor should be
a factional onotny or a partisan enemy
who would open tho dark plncos nnd
lay bare the foul-Bmelling skeletons of
tho Haskoll administration. Haskell
supported Cruco for nomination is
oupporting him now and Oruco is
praising and indorsing Haskell and
It is natural that Haskoll should let
nothing slip from his clutches In con
trolling tho Cruco campnlgn. By this
timo tho people of Oklahoma have
known llnskolllsm long enough to de-
tect the tricks of Haskell at a glance
It Is a trick of Haskell when ho is in
danger to Bet up Htraw dummies to di-
vert public nttention from tho thing
that is causing the most ahum.
For weeks Haskellized newspaper
now supporting Oruco havo been print-
ing columns written at Hnskell's sug-
gestion claiming that Joseph W.
MeNeal tho Republican candidate for
Governor made nllldnvlts that held up
tho 2-ccnl passengor fare etc. Be-
cause of this allegation against him
Haskell and Cruce the tiick is Has-
kell's declnro thatMcNcal is tho can-
didate of tho railroads nnd the public
During n long nnd useful businesf
career in Oklahoma Joseph W. Me-
Neal was a successful haukor nnd at-
such wns intimately acquainted with
business conditions throughout the
country. His bank was at the capital
of tho stnto where tho courts were
situated. "When the railroads under-
took to test tho legality of tho 2-conl
fare they wished to show the average
rato of interest on money that was be-
ing paid in Oklahoma. They asked
MoNenl for his opinion as they would
nsk any other reputable and experi
enced banker or as a man would ask n
qualified expert in nny other lino of
business fur his opinion.
That McNeill's answer might be
used in court it was put in tho form
of an allldavll. Hero is what hu said :
"In tho State of Oklnhoma at the
present time it is legal to contract for
ten per cent interest on tho loan oi
money and it i tho opinion of the
afllant bncd on hi experience uf
above stated that at tho present time
the average rato paid and received in
tho btuco of Oklahoma for tho loun'ol
money for nil purposes and through
tho untiro State is not less than eight
por cont per annum. And further
afllant saith not."
And this Is what Haskell and Cruce
would havo tho people of Oklahoma
bcliovu is causing all 'ho trouble with
tho !'-(ont faro No intelligent man.
Democrat or Republican can fail to see
tho sore extremity to which Haskell
and Cruce nre driven when they rosort
to such trioks to injure MeNenl. whose
"More business and less politics" ifc
sweeping tho Statu.
If it wero necessary it might bo
shown by the records of the stato cor-
poration commission that it restored
tho 8-ccut rate on seven lines of rail-
road iu Oklahoma with no rebate
coupons to purchasers of tickots while
the casus iu tho fedoral courts only
flvu lino of railroad each of which is
required to givo a coupon for ono cont
n mile. Furthermore thu federal
court cares nre not closed while the
corporation commlCBiou's advnnco in
passenger rates is sticking as tight an
Reaching the Top
in any culling of lifu dumands a vigor-
ous body and a keen brain. Without
health there is no success. But Elec-
tric Hitters is tho greatest Health
Builder tho world has ever known. It
uompols perfect action of stomach
liver klnoys bowoi. purifies and en-
riches tho blood tones and invigorates
tho whole system and ouablcs you to
stand tho wear and tear of your dally
work. "After months of suffering
from Kidnoy Troublo" writes W. M.
Sherman of Gushing Me. "threo bot-
tles of Electrio Blttors made mo foel
liku a now man. COo. nt F. O.Tracy's.
urM 8eftU PravtnU Faiunest
v Fulton the Big IT.
Oklahoma City. Oct. 0. Surprise is
expressed hero at tho bold hops with
which ex-RerJ3entativo Fulton
candidate for Congress has cut loose
from thu Haskell and State Adminis-
tration ns fnr ns his spcoches in the
Second Congrcsslonnl District Is con-
cerned. Not n word of commendation
was uttered by tho Oklahoma City
man ns to thu history of tho past three
years in Oklahoma during his recent
tour through tho Northwest. Tho
Democratic Congressional aspirant lias
attached his political maro to a slnglo
seated shay and Elmer L. Fulton Is
driving with Washington ns his goal
He spokG no word of praise for anyone
but himself although county candi-
dates havo been with him nnd boosted
him nt every opportunity.
Mr. Fulton ia kind enough to say in
liis speeches that the Democratic party
is no bettor than tho Republican par-
ty. His plea to the voters has boon
that thoy should consider men and
policies nnd not parties. "Don't bo
bound'by party tics" says Mr. Fulton.
But hu fulled to say that if you arc a
Republican and bclicvo in Republican
policies voto for a Republican and If
you are a Democrat and think those
policies are tho best thou vote tho
Democratic ticket and ovorything it
represents in Oklahoma.
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a largo numbur of poor
sufferers whoso lungs nro sore and
rncked with coughs are urged to go to
another cliinutu. Hut this is costly
and not always sure. There's a better
way. Lot Dr. King's Now Discovery
cure you at homo. "It cured me of
lung troublo" writes W. R. Nelson of
Calamine Ark "when nil elso failed
and I gained 17 pounds in weight. It's
surely-thc King of all cough nnd lung
cures " Thousands owo their life and
health to it It's positively guiran-
teed for Coughs Colds LaUrippe
Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung
troubles. 00c and $1 00. Trial bottle
free nt F. C. Tracy's
k LIGHT RUNNING
Jf you want cltlicraVllirnlliiKBImltlc. Itotnry
Bhuttlo or a HIuclo Thread Chatn titltch
Hcnlne Jlaclilno write to
THE NEW NOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Minrfwlft machine at- nude to tlresrd1eol
uualur. tut the M Home U made to wear.
Oar euatanly neer run out.
Hold ly authorise! rtenlers only
rem (ALB BY
Tha New Home
Sewing Machine Co.
St. Louis Alo.
FRANK J. BIRDSALL
fi"l joot to any old party
AA a Candidate for
Farm Loans Ab-
stracts and Insur-
ance. Here is my
No Commission. v
Ouly ono note and mortgage.
Lowost-abstract and recording fees.
Interest paid annually or semi-annually.
Your choice of interest paying dates.
Five years. Can pay iu three.
Lower rate of interest than others.
Prompt accurato service.
Best ever made. $2.55 up.
Good Bond nnd a Legal Education
back of them.
Lowest rato that can bo given by Ho
Beaver Co. Abstract Office
WALTER C. FRAZER
tops th coutfh and bvala lung
$ Watermelon $
The IlKnAi.D will given prize of ONE
YEARS SUBSCRIPTION to the farm-
er bringing us tho largest wntormclon.
If you nre ulrcady a subscriber wo
will extend your subscription one year
.$ Watermelon $
FOR SALE. CHEAP Ono quarter-
section of land adjoining Beaver.
CARRIE B. McNUTT
0-22 0-20w2 832 Rural St.
Archer S. Barrow
Auctioneer nnd Live Stock Salesman.
Will cry sales anywhere Address
I'loriH. Oklahoma. R. F T). No. 2.
A nice Stock of
New and Second Hand Fur
To Trade or LAND
Good business. Been established 10
years. Will rent building right. For
further Information nddross.
O. II. SCRUTCIIFIELI).
100 E. Harrison - Guthrio Okla
g ouccccu wncn everything else latin.
Q In nervntiq nrntiimtlnn u..1 rrnl.
P weaknesses they nre the supreme
1 remedy ns thousands have testified.
3 FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
a I UWACH TROUBLE
It la the beet medicine ever sold
over a druggist s counter.
Let Me Have Your Order
for those trees ote. you intend planting next Fall
and I will GUARANTEE you tho finest of Btock. de-
livered in A No 1 condition. 1 have a good reliable
firm behind mo
The Mount Hope Nurseries
of Lawrence Kansas
whoso forty years experience and unexcelled facilities
enablo mo to do it. Their reputation for square
dealing and tho furnishing or STRICTLY FIRST
CLSS TRUE-TO-NAME stock is unequalled.
Order EARLY nnd hnvo stock reserved while the
cream of it is to be hnd. No payment is asked until
delivery of stock is made.
P. B. VERPELST Agent
3 miles North 2 miles West of Beaver City
Beaver Hardware & Pur. Co.
Fine Photographs and View Work at
Permanently located in Beaver Oklahoma
Phone No. 36
The neatest and best equipoed up-to-date Studio
iu the Southwest'
There will be Special Prices on
Cabinet Pictures intil October 1st
Fine line of Picture Frames just
C0rvi08w;P'Jpu'cT0Vcs Srientlflo Lighting Tho Latest
Styles Wo Make n Specialty of Family Groups. Special At-
tuition civon to llnishing up Amateur Work. Prices reason-
able All work guaranteed.
First door north of Rackot Store l
J. W. MENSINQER
If You Need Money
Lot me figure with you before
you borrow. I am writing
LTcrms not excelled.
T. W. GRAY
A. M. BUBNAM
Will Cry Sales Aaywhoro.
KKSII)ENCE-D Mile fc'outli nml li Knut
JOHN A. SPOHN
J W. L. MASON
j Sales cried any old plaoo with pro.
por notice batlsiaction guaran. u
j toco or it costs you notning r
"Will sell your stuff at private Bale p
Bijaver - Oklahoma p
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