The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 19, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. OCTOBER g 1922
FIRST STATE BANK
W. E. HOCKEIt President R. A. MAPLE Vice-President
O. H. CAFKY Active Vice-Prcs. FRANK COBELDICK Cashier
J. G. CAFKY Assistant Cashier
YOU ARE INVITED TO BANh WITH OS
1 i.i:.i)ix(i democrats leave
I WAITO.V CAMP
0. L. CALLAWAY
J. R. GOODNER
Successors to II. C. Richeson
Licensed Embalmers and
Hold .License in Oklahoma Kansas and Texas
Branches at Beaver City Buffalo Laverne
May and Supply Oklahoma
Motor Equipment. Far or Near. Day or
J. R. GOODNER Mgr.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST
The list of lands and lots delinquent
for the 1921 tax tfl being published on
the inside pages of The Herald this
week. Look up the list and if any of
your Real Property is so listed better
pay the tax. The same will bo sold
November 6th for such delinquent tax.
I Democratic defection I ho past
few days has given tho Walton for
flnvnrnnr rluhn mnr thn ntntn tlm
shivers. Without exception all those '
real democratic leaders who havo I
quit tho ship nra men of Influenco
I who believe they are doing their
party and tho state a favor when
they refuse to bo led to a slaughter
on the altar of Townloylsm.
Ui course tnc first defection was
among tho good women of Okla-
homa City who havo had an op-
portunity to know Just what tho '
candidate) on the Sliawneo platform
practices at home and who having
watched his movements during tho
three and a half yearB of his ad-
ministration as mayor cry aloud
they have enough of Waltonlsm.
Thoy formed tho Woman's dood
Government Club In Oklahoma City
and havo more than 4000 members
and still growing.
I After them came Campell Rus
sell known to every voter In thtjj
state ns a' follower of puro de-1
' tnocracy who refused to support tho I
mayor and his Shawnee platform
saying "I believe no man can bo
a good citizen and belle vo every
clauso of tho Shawnee platform"
I Following Russell came Alger
. Melton of Chlckasha former demo-
cratic state chairman and member
of the state executlvo board who
was on the resolutions committee
at the democrat state convention
August 15 who says positively that
somebody changed tho democrat
1 platform as adopted by that con- .
vention to conform to the Shawnee
platform. He Is giving his support
to John Fields for governor nnd
says In doing so that he Is going
to vote for the best interests of tho
I Tho Constitutional Democrat club
organized In Oklahoma City and now
extending Into every city and vil-
lage of tho state Is composed of
democrats of lifelong standing who
oppose Mr. Walton because of bis
repeated declarations that ho stands
"Irrevocably" on the Shawnee rad-
ical platform. Nonu but real old lino
democrats aro allowed membership
In this club and It Is enrolling
. them by tho thousands.
1 Prince Freellng twlco elected as
attorney general of Oklahoma as a
. I democrat. Is taking the stump now
doubts Walton's democracy and no
Mrs. P.. Hogsett five miles south of man Oklahoma haB the confidence
n.- .v i j . !.: ..i. of A larger number of people. Freo-
C-. ...... ..U .l...l. DMTIW.. - . . - -.
Lcandcr Kites and Miss Myrtle Wells
were married nt high noon today.
Rev. H. G. Butler performing the cer-
mony in tho presence of the bride's
mother and other relatives.
Tho newly-weds left immediately
after the ceremony "for parts un-
known." They will make their future
home in Heaver at the Culwell prop-
erty where tho bride and her moth-
cr have been living. Leo and Myrtle
arc well and most favorably known to
all Beaver. The Herald offers hearty
KliLIH WILL MAKE GOOD COM-
MIK.HIONKK E. A. Ellis Republican candidate
for county commissioner of this
district marketed broomcorn here
yesterday. Mr. Ellis has been too
busy on the farm to make a cam-
paign and ho still finds no placo
to stop and feels that other farm-
ers are about like himself and
too busy to talk politics but he
would appreciate their voto and
support on election day and If
elected will pledge them honest
efficient service In return for their
support. Ho has been a practical
farmer nnd business man all his
life. He knows tho value of a
dollar nnd not a cent of tho coun-
ty's money would be wasted with
his consent yet ho believes In
spending money when needed and
where value received Is assured.
His own success In a business way
having been a merchant and a bank-
er of thirty years and on tho farm
for many years. Is the best evi-
dence of his ability. He Is a hard
worker has a well Improved farm
and believes In development of the
county. Ho Is for economy but
not at tho expense of good gov-
ernment. Elect him commissioner
of this district and you will find
you hao made no mistake.
8 Ml TI
The more you think about the future
and about opportunity and about success
the more enthusiastic you become about be-
ing a money saver.
It would be as sensible to say that two
and two make five as to say that one can go
right on spending money heedlessly and ex-
pect opportunity to halt before him.
It doesn't require higher mathamatics
to figure out where your present course is
If you have mastered the art of saving
you can forecast with reasonable accuracy
how much of a f aotor'you will be in the great
days of opportunity which are drawing near.
Open that account today at.
...... THE BANK OF BEAVER CITY
Oldest and Strongest Bank in Beaver Co.
W. a. HOCKER President
It. A. MAPLE Vko-Pres. '
a. W. CAFKY Cashier
O. H. CAFKY Active V.-Pres.
last May. is much improved and is be
ginning to -walk about by the' aid of a
The Misses Mary B. Hanly and Fern
Shuler teachers of the Belview school
spent the week end in Beaver with
Miss Uanly'a parents also visiting a
part of tho time with Miss Amy Ren-frow.
The K. of P's. met last Tuesday
night for the purpos&of installing new
officers. Several of the visiting breth-
ren from Forgan attended. A most
dellghtfuly luncheon -was served.
Attorney Stacy Wells and wife left
Sunday morning for Oklahoma City.
They expect to stop over in Alva for
few days visit with their daughter
Mrs"! Fred Jones' and Mrs. Dave Bar-
row of Forgan were in Beaver shop-
ping Saturday and'attending to other
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Renfrow drove
to Liberal Saturday and remained over
Sunday to attend the services of the
S. E. Eckles republican nominee
for Sheriff was a business caller Monday.
Mrs. J. W. Thompson is confined to
her bed this week suffering from
line says he canuot support tho so
clallstlc principle's embodied in the
Shawnee platform nor those advo-1
catcd by Mr. Walton.
Tho latest to leave the Walton
ship Is Judge A. A. McDonald of
Hugo who has been a Democratic
In southeastern Oklahoma
George Kile Art Lindow and Harry
Dunn left for New Orleans La. the
latter part of last week to attend the
David Kile. Jr. returned from Okla
homa City and Alva the latter part of leader
last week where he had been taking in Bincc long before statehood and no
the fair and visiting with his brother ?? n lh?' B.ectlon '"o Intimate to
Dale atO. U. jIo nvels tnat aB a democrat he can-
not subscribe to the Shawneo plat-
The Beaver Music Club rendered form nor support Its candidates be-
music for the Teachers' Association ' cause ho has never yet given com-
. . .. . . . fort to socialism and will not In this
atForgan Friday evening. their'sbeingcampalBn. ho belIeve9 le Is votlnB
the opening number on tho program. f0r the preservation of the demo
crat party in thts stato by voting
against Mayor Walton In November.
So tho list goes. Thoro aro
hundreds of leaders thruout the
state who realize that their party i
Is doomed In Oklahoma It tho Shaw-'
nee platform and its candidates 1s .
endorsed by tho voters at tho gener- '
al election and these men aro those
who have built this Bta'e thru the
democrat party during the past fif-.
teen years. When these men chango '
their views for the good of the state
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l. tv. M uru iiuu iuimiy lull mviiuuy UIIU MICH JJUIbJ il IS IIM.U iui Ullimo
for Branson. Colorado where thev co ' 8tP ana tllnK-
to visit a son living at that place.
Born to Mr nnd Mrs. Harry Bcegle
Monday October lGth an 8 pound boy
Mr. Ed and Mrs. Ella Harhouscn of
Follctt. Texas were in town one day
last week on business.
C. B. Humphrey and Fred Ginterof
near Balko were business callers in tho
Miss Ruth Randal and mother drove
over to Guymon Wednesday to attend"
J. C. Curtis of Clear Lake was
town Tuesday attending to business.
The Misses Lois Littte and Lela Fry
were among the out of town shoppers
A. P. Owen of Speermore
business caller Saturday.
Money to Loan
on Farm and Ranch
At Lower Rates of Interest
H N. Lawson
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Peckham Mr and
Mrs. T. L. Floyd and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Peckham enjoyed a very delightful
visit last week from a brother and
two sisters John Peckham and Mrs.
Z. K. Johnson and son and Mrs. Ida
Turner all of Enid. N
Dr. Long returned from Guthrie and
Oklahoma City Friday of last week.
The Doctor reports a good cotton crop
around Elk City. He also says they
had rain at Alva and Chcrokeo but the
rest of the state is "bono dry" and
crops are light.
A. P. Owen who teaches school near
Laverne was a business caller Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith and Mr.
and Mrs Joe Meese visited E. C.
Kight and family near Boyd Sunday.
Several of our young folk have been
attending the meeting at Fprgan this
Ralph Weir who is teaching school
this year near Liberal was in town
THIS MOTHER'S CI.U11
The following program was great-
1v DtilnVAfl tiv ihn fi(tinfa Plnti
at their regular meeting last Fri-
day afternoon Mrs. Perkins acting
Piano Solo Miss Pauline Cowan.
Paper: tTho' Ideal Mo'ther Mrs.
Duet with whistling Chorus
Keith Drum and LaRue Dickson.
Review: Magazine Article on
Home Life by Edgar A. Quest
Reading: "It Takes n Heap o'
Llvln' In House to Make It Home"
Vocal Solo Mrs. Butler.
Tho Club Woman's Creed Mem
bers In unison.
The club Is glad to welcomo
some new members four .having I
been elected to membership as fol-
lows: Mesdames Butler Pruett
Kimball and Ouffy. I
Tho Lyceum this yenr will be!
In charge of the Mothers' Club and
the Season Ticket Campaign will
be put on In tho nenr future.. Wo
have the Kedpath Horner course
and aro anticipating soma high
class entertainments. Every ono
who is Interested In the betterment
of tho town and community will
bo expected to get behind the Ly-j
cenni Course and boost. I
A report from tho Librarian
shows that tho children havo been
making good uso of the llbrury
C00 books having been handed out
during the summer months. This
Is another proposition that our peo-
ple should get behind and help
to mako It a success not only
by contributing books but by mak-
ing suro that books taken to their
homes from the library are returned
At the next meeting October
27th two progrnms will be com-
bined: Woman's Responsibility to
the Ballot under the leadership
of Mrs. Tracy and American His-
toric Homes under the leadership
of Mrs. Stalllngs. I
S. B. McCIellan superintendent of
tho waterworks is lowering the mains
about three feet on South Douglas
Avenue on account of street grading. J
William Moore wife and mother
Mrs. I. W Moore and brothers Rich-
ard and Lewis returned from Now
Mexico Thursday where tfiey have
been the past few weeks making
improvements on their places.
Miss Emma Hennctgh was the guest
of Miss Laura Henson this week. Miss
Emma was here attending the Teach-
Miss Grace Cline who is staying
with Mrs. A. S. Dickson attending
school spent the week end with home
folks near Gray.
Attorney A. S. Dickson returned
from a business trip to Alva ihe first
of the week.
II. O. McCall and family spent tho
day Sunday with A. S. Dickson and
L. F. Beatty returned to Cimar-
ron Kansas Monday.
C. E. Baggerlyof Elmwood was in
town Saturday on business.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
Keep In mind that wo aro plan-
ning to begin a rovlval meeting on
(he first Sunday In Novomber.
Wo wero mqdo glad last Lord's
Day by tho coming of three' good
people to unlto with us. Let .others
Come and thoy will receive the same
Remember the prayer mooting ev-
ery Wednesday evening at 8:T)0
Don't forget the food sate given
by our ladles Saturday.
A Bible school was organized at
Elmwood school house last Lord's
day at tho closo of tho preaching
sei vices. There will bo preaching
Hen Ices at that place each Sunday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
Alt services at tho church as us-
ual next Lord's day. "The Master
F. M. TIBBS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vandcberg of
tho Couch neighborhood were in town
Siturday transacting business and
were supper guests at the home of
Attorney A. S. and Mrs. Dickson.
Miss Mary B. Hanly who is teach-
ing school spent the week end with
her parents in Beaver.
Mrs. C. N. Davis southwest of town
was in Saturday shopping and attend-
ing to business.
Mrs. S. W. Kochcl and Mrs. Frank
Clapper of Elmwood were among the
Beaver shoppers Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Scboupe. of Fol-
lett Texas were in town the latter
part of the week.
Voto for John A. Spohn for County
Judge. Economy and Efficiency.
Claude Pope of near Boyd transacted
business in tho county seat Friday.
A. S. Dickson went toJGnymon Tues-
day to attend tho fair.
A. J. Dickson was up from Gate
Mrs. A. B. Miller who has been ser-
iously ill for the past week is much
Frank Langley is suffering from
blood poison in the arm and hand.
Mr and Mrs Bob Maple and daugh.
cr Nina were Beaver visitors Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Thomas of Elmwood
was in town Saturday
Mrs. W. R. Wright of south of town
was a business caller Saturday.
Six Per Cent '
Without Commission or
WICHITA JOINT STOCK LAND BANK
Chartered by the United States Government
Write or call
W. G. CARSON District Manager
(Watch this space for name of local agent)
Perfect Skeletal Alignment
Assures Perfect Health
Drl Geo. E. Elliott
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