The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 19, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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The Beaver Herald
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JOHN FIELD3. ItepablJean
Tor Congress. Jth District
M. C. OARBER Republican EnM
Tor State Treasurer
WAYNE U DICKEY. Hepabllean
FRANK NEWKIRK. nepsbllean.
For State fitmaUtr
W1I. J. BENNER Republican
Tot Representative. Bearer-Harper
LESLIE I. RAY Republican. La-
For Stat Labor Commissioner
A. H. MAIDT Kepobllcan.
Tor County Attorney
CHARLES MILES Republican
For County Treasurer
T. 1L COWAN Republican
For County Clerk
BEULAH HALL Democrat
U. W. KENT Republican
For Court Clerk
MISS ANNA HUGHES Democrat
I. W. MOORE Republican
For County Superintendent
W. L. HENSON Republican
R. N. DUPREK Democrat
II. B. IJRIDOEWATER Democrat
S. E ECKLES Republican
J. W. RENI-ROW Democrat
N. H. Harvey) McLEOD Republican
J. R. QUINN Republican
For Commissioner lit District
S. A BOILEAU Republican
For Commissioner 2d District
E. A. ELLIS Republican
For Commissioner 3d District
FRED OINTER. Republican
J. W. FERGUSON Democrat
For Justlco of the Peace
II. W. TEDDER Democrat
R. 8. HAMMON Republican.
For Trustee Benton Township
II. L. WALLENBERG Republican
Thero la an agreement In Okla-
homa City It Is authentically re-
ported by which Pat NaRcl the
notorious socialist Is to ko to the
United States senate In 1924. That.
of course depends upon Walton's
success as a candidate tor governor
and the success of the Townleylzed
ticket which he heads with the
reconstruction lcaguo as the vehicle
to carry the cntlro program thru
Tho state of Oklahoma Is right
now facing tho greatest calamity
In Its history and It means that
If tho reconstruction league in
Oklahoma and tho non-partisan
leaguo in North Dakota can gain a
foothold In Oklahoma that a na
tlon-wldo movement will be set on
foot for tho Townleylzlng of Am
erica. Your vote will largely de
termine whether the radical so-
statists I. W. W.'s Soviets and
communists shall liavo power In
this country aa they have In Rus-
sia. It Is n serious question folks
and means a Brest deal more than
the election or defeat of John
Fields. It has International Im-
portance and Its headquarters are
in Moscow. Real socialists know
what sort of viper Is hidden in
tho filtawnee platform and are back-
ing off from It but the red radl
cals led by such men as Pat Na-
pie and Oscar Amerinaer are "keep-
ing the home fire burning" work-
ing night and day for the sure
or their candidate for whom they
really care little and for lile prln
cipies lor which they are pledged
to carry .on to auceew at any cost.
Newspaper In Oklahoma which
have always been democratic are
lending themselves to thin plan
unwittingly In their ardor for their
party: they can only see the no
lltlcal sldu of the question hut
If Walton Is successful and Nagol
Hogan Amcrlngor Sholdon and tho
balanco of Townley's crowd Rota 111
tho state house thru him thev
will open their 'eyes but it will
be too late to repent.
MKX KTOOP TO "IJTTLE"
Owrn W22 . Owen 10CO
Wasfaingtoa. Oct. 12. 'The peo-
ple of Nebraska and OMaheaa who
are bow being delaged with ep4e
of a statement by Senator Robert
L. Owen charging the deflation
procedure upon the Repebllcan
party should be interested in read
ing a conflicting statement made
the Republican Publicity Associa-
tion through it President. Hon.
Jonathan Bourne Jr. " Speaking
In September 1922 Senator Owen
' The rerponslblllty of the Re-
publican party tor the great indus-
trial depression we have suffered
la thotoagbly welt established and
must be acceded by every man
with an open and a just mind
who laves the troth first and party
"On Novewbr 1 128 long be-
fore the Republlean party bad come
into control of the national ad-
ministration. Senator Owen address-
ed a letter to M. L. Requa of 120
Broadway New York n which he
" The great central banks of
America and the Federal Reserve
banks have been deflating credits
for the last twelve months. It
has resulted in deflating the credit
of the United State and Impairing
the market price of government
bonds crushing the price of many
sound securities and bringing some
cbmmodltles like wool down to a
price below the possible cost of
production. The effect of deflation
la shown on the deposits of indi-
viduals In the banka of New York
City whleh November 12 1919 were
$6313998000; while on November
10 1926. they bad been reduced
to S4.916.37S.000. a loss of de
ports In New York City of about
"Thus over bis own signature.
In November .1920 Senator Owen
declared that the deflation had
been going on for twelve months
when a majority of the Federal
Reserve Board were Democrats and
a Democratic Secretary of the
Treasury was Chairman of the
Board and another eminent Demo-
crat was Governor of tho Board.
"Now for the purpose of party
advantage and in violation of the
truth. Senator Owen declares that
the responsibility of the Republican
party Is 'thoroughly well estab
John Fields served for soven
years as business agont for tho A
& M. College at Stillwater. During
this tlmo ho also directed tho
construction of several buildings on
tho campus of that Institution and
had In his charRO tho expenditure)
of thousands of dollars of tho
pcoplo'n money. He handled tho
financial affairs of that collcgo In
such a manner that thero was uevur
a breath of pcundal connected with
It and doxplto the efforts of his
political enemies to unearth some-
thing against hliu thoro u com-
plcto and exhaustive audit of tho
affairs of tho A. & M. Collogii
when ho was a candlduto for gov-
ernor In 1914 did not dUcovor ono
penny misappropriated or misspent
His conduct ot tho busluosa affalra
of the Institution wero found to
have liion economical and efficient.
This Is a great deal more than can
bo said of no mo men who have
been candidates for office In Ok-
lahoma and who now occupy posi-
tions of honor and trust In the
If you nr In doubt 1 1 i who
you should vote for hup up a
radical and nsk him. II will
ninko so plain for Mayor Walton
that you will ho convinced t onco
that Fields la the right man.
joii.v in:ii)S is a .MirrnoniST
Which fact alone is not suffi
cient evidence that he Is the man
for governor of Oklahoma but Is ab-
solute ovldenco that he Is not an
atheist aa has been charged by his
enemies. The following' letter sets
forth his church affiliation:
Methodist Episcopal Church
II. L. Jarrett Pastor.
McConnelsburg Pa. October 3
Mr. W. T. Bingham
My Dear Sir and Brother: -
I am glad to bo able to bo of
service to you the people ot Okla-
homa and of the man of whom you
make Inquiry namely John Fields.
I therefore mako tho following re-
plies to your Inquiries.
John Fields Is a member of the
Methodist Episcopal church In Mc-
Connellsburg. He united with our
church here in 1884 and has never
removed his membership. We have
kept In touch with him thru the
years. He has been supporting our
institutions. Within the very recent
past he and his cousin Dr. -John
Mosser of this place paid for the
fencing of our church burial plot.
Mr. Fields' parents wero members
of our church and hla grandfather
was ono ot the heavy contributors
toward the building of our church.
I am not personally acquainted
with Mr. Fields but since receiving
your letter i nave interviewed at
least a dozen of his acquaintances
and all speak ot him In tho highest
poasiDio terms and esteem him as a
man of sterling qualities and Inesti
The people horo who know Mr.
Fields arc satisfied that the citizens
of the state of Oklahoma will have
no cause for regrets but will be
proud of their action It at tho com-
ing election they will elect John
Fields to tho bURernatorlal chair
of their state.
I am very sincerely yours
II. L. JARRETT
Pastor of the M. E. Church
Candidate Walton wji advertised
to address a mass meeting at the
City Auditorium In Oklahoma City;
Sunday night. October 1. He failed
to put In an appearance to Dan
Hogan. one of the editor ot the
Oklahoma Leader socialist paper
represented the candidate. Strange
that a good democrat could cot
have been sect to speak; and that
in almost erery instance Jack calls
on a socialist. Yet he tells the
people he ia a Jeffersonian demo
Jobs Fields has the courage o
stand for the right. He has the
mental and physical equipment to
place the affairs of the state on
keep theca there. The state needs
an honest and economical basis
and keep them there. The state
needs his services.
Waal a man has done is the
best evidence of what he may be
expected to do. Study John Field's
One of our good democratic
friends gave as his reason for sup-
porting Jack Walton was becauso
he had been Riven confidential as-
surances that no would not carry
out the provisions of tho Shawnee
platform. Who Is being double-
crossed not to use a harsher term?
If a man lies to one party ho will
He to two.
Do you bellovo the Oklahoma
Leador Is working for Walton be-
cause he Is a Democrat? Not much.
They aro for him because he stands
on the Shawnee platform and
serred notice on him that If he
accepted tho Oklahoma City plat-
form thoy'd quit him cold. Ask
him If he has forsaken the Shawnee
NOTIOi: TO ALL VOTERS
Tho state election bonnl lm l.
nued nn order changing tho pro-
i-mcia in many sections or the
state especially In tho cities and
Iowiib. Voters who want to be
sure of tholr vote In Novombcr
should seo their registrar and as-
certain If thoy aro proporly regis-
tered. In many Instances this or-
dor will divldo precincts and make
now precincts and If you aro not
properly registered In tho proper
product you will loso your vote.
This order ban considerable poli-
tical significance as It will cause
thousands who neglect to see tho
registrar to loso their vote.
Tho registration begins on Wed-
nesday morning October 18 nnd
ends Friday night. October 27. Bo
suro to see your registrar between
tlipflo dates and seo that you aro
Democratic papers over tho state
which aro printing tho dopo sont
out from Walton hcadquartors In
uuiahoma City aro perhaps not
awaro of tho fact that they aro
giving thomsolvos and their papors
to tno implication or matter writ
ten by Oscar Amorlnger and Dan
Hogan two ot tho rankest radical
socialists in the ontlro country.
Thoso men aro conducting tho edi
torial and news campaign for Wnl-
kq bocauso they refuse to sur-
render tho pen to uny other.
Report of Sheriffs Office
To the Voters or Beaver Couxtt:
In order that yoa my not be deceived by reports being circulated about
extravagance and expense of tie Sheriff's office I am making a statement and
comparison of the expenses and accomplishments of the office during21 months
of Mr. Bridgewater's term and 21 months of bis predecessor Mr. Couch.
In making this statement and comparison. I do not wish to criticise or
condemn Mr. Couch's administration but only to show you the facts in regard
to the office.
A heavy expense daring Mr. Bridgewater's term was in connection with
the two murder cases near Liberal. lie has incurred other expenses while en-
forcing the law against Moonshiners Bootleggers and Gamblers yet I believe
the voters approve Mr. Bridgewater's course in strictly and impartially en-
forcing all laws; furthermore the 11744.65 received from this class has more
than paid all expenses in such cases.
While the expenses of the office under Mr. Bridcewater have' been a few
hundred dollars more than under Mr. Ccueh the records show that the fees !
and fines paid to the County offset that by more than $2000.00; and ' that Mr.
Bridgewater has collected $13000.00 more in delinquent personal taxes.
Statement and Comparison
Bridgewater's term of office from 1-1-21 to 10-1-22 21 months.
Couch's term of office from 1-1-19 to 10-1-20 21 months.
Expenses as taken from the Financial Ledger in the office of the County
Salary Sheriff Deputies and Janitor $11375.00 $11178.00
Expense and Mileage 3717.67 3392.75
Earnings as Taken From Sheriff's Records
Delinquent personal taxes collected $30349.67 $16481.23
County fees earned and collected 4.879.01 3792.15
Fines paid by gamblers 175.00 0.00
Fines paid by Prohibitory Law Violators 970.00. None
Fines paid by Drunks 175.00 None
Money and cars confiscated 424.65 None
Number.of Moonshine Stills captured Twelve None
Number of persons arrested for violating Prohibitory
Laws Twenty-Six Two
State of Oklahoma 1
County of Beaver J
I J. O. Karnes Under Sheriff in and for said County and State do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be-
lief so help me God.
J. 0. KARNES Under Sheriff.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of October A. D. 1922.
(Seal) Marion R. Smith Notary Public.
My commission expires Nov. 20 1923. Political Adv.
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PUBLIC AUCTION SALE!
Am compelled to leave the farm on account of my health and will sell there 12 1-2
.miles south and 1 west of jBeaver; 8 miles east and 1-2 north of Balko; 6 1-2 north of
LaKemp school house on
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1922
EVERYTHING SELLS Commencing at 10:00 a. m. COME EARLY
tO HORSES 10
l Span Mares ages 8 and 9 wt 1200
I Gelding age 3 wt 1300
l Gelding smooth mouth wt U00
1 Gelding smooth mouth wt 1000
2 Fillys age 2 years
l Gelding age L 2 Colts
30 CATTLE 30
9 Good Milk Cows age 3 to 9
l Bull age 3 '
I Yearling Heifer
5 Young Stock Cows
8 Steer Calves. 5 Heifer Calves
22 HOGS 22
II Hogs wt 80 to 120
1 Kafir Corn Header
I Moline two-row good as new
1 Moline Lister good as new
1 sixty-tooth Harrow
1 Deering Mower
I Sulky Hay Rake. 1 Buck Rake
1 Broad Tire Wagon
1 Iron Wheel Wagon with Hog Rack
2 sets good Harness Collars Bridles
I good Stock Saddle good as new
1 Studebaker Car in good running
Other articles too numerous to
free Lunch at Noon -Bring Gups and Spoons
TE H M S ' AU SUms f il0' and umlor' 0a3h' 0n aums over $10-00 a credit of 0 months tlmo wi
boiilvon purchasor jjlving noto bearing 10 per cent interest from date and secured with approved secur-
" ' ity. 5 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10.00. No property to bo romovod till settled for
GEO. E. WEEDEIM Owner
COL J. A. SANDERS Auctioneer GEO. W. CAFKY Cleric
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