The Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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Beaver Gounty Democrat
The Only Democratic Newspaper in Beaver County.
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Bkavbr County, Oklahoma, Thursday June 3. 1909
THE LAST LOAF
A TEMPERANCE PLAY
ONE OF THE BEST OUT
Will be given at Moris, Oklahoma,
THDRSDiY NIGHT, Jill III. 19119.
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—?|Cast of Characters fc-
M rk Ashton T Dowds
Caleb Hoover Oliver Prue ti
Harry Hoover Enoco Quiun
Dick Bustle. Walter Picket
Tom Cbuhb* Ohas, Tu kett,
Kate Ashton Miss one Weir
Lily Ash'on Miss Blanch Stedman
Pattv Jone* ..Miss Berth* Turner
By Class No. 2, christian S.
Beneiit of Church Building Fund.
Popular l'rices-15 and 35 cents.
BEAVER CITY HOTKI-
J. W. Thoxnpeon, prop. f
Our Houm> I* one of the lVt«i to T-wn ami Klr-t I'Imim hi
Every Hepe'1* Taldea supplied *lth the HtSST .md r*te
Reasonable Krer\ v Ekieu.leo.
RECAttS OUNNHSS ^tHWeiTS
Maine Sa I r Detained in Nor-
way Says He v\as *cconrp!ice
of Mrs. Belie liunness.
Christian*, Mav 20 —4ames
Small, of Maine, a fireman on the
Russian t>ari< Locbee, who wh
arrested ui Frmlerikstau on the
arriyal there recently ,.ot ti
Locbee because o7 an alleged q n
fessiou to Captain Sliti^tun that
he participate.! with Mrs. Belle
(iunness in the murders which
were committed on the Gunness
farm near Lapirte, Indiana last
year, was given an examination
tiday before a jud*e in a court
he.rtt, Small asserted that the
st. ry he luiti the cufcWtin was o
true He said he tend of the
Guunss* sensation in fie news-
papers a d invent'd the derail*
<-f the story, which he confessed
t) the captain, im luding tb«>
natiios uf aiicyed Victims with
the tyUjpo.sjfc.ftl' being uinebiifged
'i.-utxj duty o. the u*rk. He sai<i
liuiL when the murders were com-
luittud bo wnb a soldier in Port-
. lanti, Maine. Toe j-i«vg*v who
he.ard Itiu statement, btli. *es
ttiui he \ninsane. Smalt wirt not
, be pKiHytihU.d,%«it will bd sent
lu the \Juitad Slat
Captain Mitiuten «py« M**
K.naM.UiM till lhut h* received
ioOOfer Ids share in tbe e^mos
that he named ttfo Oan p~
foe# and tUvidson, as lurtttiy'ilf-
bi*V*d Mrs. Outiness.
Tbe line little .ra«i Tidfe-lay
tttgbl we* an eaeeltwnt HrUt* to
the btgfrer one* of prevu>^u*ate,
Topeka, Evans., May27.—Fatb
er P. P. Baker, Dean, Katish*,
newspaper rcan. died .^t four
o'clock this morning, aged nine-
ty He was ur.consious since
Sunday morning when stricken
wiih p ralvsi . He came to To-
pnuh from Missouri in 18(50 and
entered the newspaper field.
NEW SENATOR ^ INS
Owen, of Oklahoma, Floors Al-
drich and Other Rif Guns
by Keen Logic.
"Fear Soul Of a Panic*
Republicans* Pet Measure Also
Scored Warmly in Honse by
Hayes, of California.
Special to "The Mccord."
Washington, I), f!.—With thehlnnt
declaration that "the hanks In New
York a re Used hm tools tor the moat
gigantic uatabling game the world
han ever known," .senator Owen, of
Oklahnms. made Ida debut a* an or.
ntor In the Nea t thh afternoon,
upeHklim for thrt'f hoar* In oppoal-
tlon to the A Id rich ttnanelal bill
He more thiui hpld kin jrround In
theeoll(H]idee,n hkh wen NU i oreon .
He Invited mterruptloiiN aoon after
hetrlnnlnif ht« Kpecch.
Senator* Aldrleh. Hnpktrn-. F'lnt,
Hiuoot, mid other* undertook to haze
the new ruemlter. hut twHinethe vlr-
thn« of tholr own foltoy. Ifta repll *
to all qa^fctlonn were pror.pt and ef
ferUve. Ill enrli h)HteH>>> h« dfaCom-
n:t d theInUrrnpttnK Menotor n«d
udiled io.iterhdiy to • Ue «ood tin
preKfiloii already made
in the coitriip ol hi* remarks Mr,
Owen read the emernpncv rUrr^rtcy
provision drawn h.v lilia while a clil-
jien of Oklahoma ha<t *uhuilfted tiy
Senator Jone*, of A«-*<a« na*. Febru-
ary 5.1800, Hhowlnir that It la in
many re*pect* ahno-r Identical with
thar now pinpoM -d t v the Finale
"If that hill h.i^ m.hii adopted,"
to the daya of our grandfathera, to
tell us we ahoutd not avail ouraelve*
of iuudern appllaotet?" retorted Mr.
Senator Flint eniin^m) In a contr>
vemy wlrh the Oklakomi Sew a tor
on the nubjeet of the dlatrihuttdn ol
SlaW Capital «mMp.
B> Hpccial 0prrea4o >le t.
file OklabotM OlM flmm at
mils thaiUti maidMory frima
taw has put U.a umm^Muo 6-
em^raency currency aa>on«; thosav- out ol commission ami that I.
rral State* and agaloiit the proponl.
thin for an unlimited amount of such
currency. Mr. Owen replied that thO
rate of Interewt would bring tbe cur-
rency hack to the treaaury'a* aoon
aa the eiuerjieney was paaaed and
there wan no danuer of undue cur
Mr. Aldrlch enteral Into an ex.
change of words with Mr. Owena aa
to rea*ona why the hill under confid-
ent lion did not permit tl.e nee of
Qorernment homl* a* a haala tor
rtnerfcency currency, anil anld thai
■itch hoads are used for national
h nk circulation. He aJded. that
only 9t pfr rent, of auch poaalble dr.
culatlon I* not taken out. lea^lafc *
conalderahle amount that may he
had hy the banka. Upon the cobchl-
alonof Mr. Atdrtch'* atateineata Mr.
Owen terpply rtplledi "The expla-
nation t« lUHnftlclrnt."
The gnllerleN joined In applauae
when Mr. Owen, reppondln* to a
une*t Ion of Senator Hopklint a honk
t he loaning of hank fuud* for epecu-
la live purpoeeia, quickly, replied:
"Voico of l\ie people 4o nth
Tbe admission so«d4« atraaf (
when one retails thai Iho Rop*.,
Hcau organisation went into bf <j-
torica when tho i-rimer^ law wsk
enacted This aelf sa ne ^naav
ory bnncb l|as developed several
dkfferonl hind a ol At* <xi*r lb«
ribbon ballot, «<u4 dollara u>
dongbnuts that in lesa than two
years benee tbe bunch wilt admit
that It te |he beat ever, and Im
elst thai it DrigiMletl with Mm*
G. O P.—Sayre Standard.
At the office of tbw Secretary
of 8t V* the record for Xeet wan
was nsrain broken, and the Stnt t*
nf OkUiioma-is iicbor thereby to
the enfant of over iG.OOO Tb«
largest fee ever rcefived from
any corporation waa S5,002 paid
by the Q!i lahoma Ci:.n tud Elec-
Ttie qneNtlon einhracc* a mult Undo ti let , which today innre&aod
of Imaiaierta-I waiter*,'.',, and pto. I iu^japifal slooh-froui one to IIvo
eeeded to explain Ida position I millions.
Vice Pwidenf. Falrhanka admon-
laheil tlf andt<*ore In the frallerlea
that the nilea of tbe Beiiute «1td not
The 0^ lahoma Portlind Ce-
ment On., of Ada, incrottsed hm
oh pith! tiftick from VKXKOOA 0
Mr, Owen reviewed the cauaea of |T,00,000 and paid the state
paiiIca#the primary cauae of which,
he*at<i. "I* the tear of the people of
th>> tiMolvenoy of the banka." the
canee of Hit* fear belufr "hea*'t' ru-
mor* a I ioii t tlirhr money. Imp ndlnic
panh>. etc The rnmnna have wound
foundation "If iho#e anamre<l hi pro
Tnis is a new preparation and
t good one. It is e^^eci.illy val
uableasacure for cbronic' a'nd
muscuUr rlieum-iticrm, and /or
tbe relief from p:iin which it af-
fotds in ncote infliii)m:rtory rheu-
matism Th se w,ho have used
it b.tVH invariably spoken of it id
•he highest terms of pruise.
L- 'no hac!:, lame shoulder und
itifif 'n^U are due to rbeu oalism
of the-muscles, usually brought
on by exposure to cold ar damp,
.unl are H'tiotil^ cured by apply
♦ njr t')is iioimei.t freely ad mas-
aVAjing tJio ufftjcled pur is. bore-
oesa of lite n.ucite^, whotber in-
Itn-od ' by Vlwleiit exercise Qy
ihjtrry, isailnv'd bv this Itni.^ent
?u ' sals Ly ait dr.8uigi>ts<
krclut S. Barrow
Auctioneer and Live Slock
Salesman, v^lh ct-V sales Wij-
where. Address, Klor1s,OhlalM>.
tniv, t?„ P, D. ffo. | bf leaver
\t * ton talto jmnr ordcts for
Owen a«W the people, knowli^ how
ti*tie reserve la kept In hanka, are al
he eald, "the recent p.tnlein^ht have ^ ^
heen prevented." lie ad^ed that the ,|>„.|nir pnnle are atrone Mioach to
name Senator kiik tItaH. jy* now, the tiahl rtffT
^Wjflf^wtn of the C-onmitto^r. on Ft-1 — -
nance, and coald h«va Neeured the
adoption of the le^i-lw't ion then hfid
he rpcoanlied ltn importance. When
he had completed lit* arr-djemnent of
the Senator for not having acted
eight yeare alto he pauaetl, and.look-
lug at Senator Aldrlch, aald:
DARBa AIJtKICH TO OKNy IT.
' 1 wirtli.lt to be niiiloratdoil that I
do not object to hetugInterrupted 111
my r^marka If any Sena tor dralrea to
Mr Aldrlch ttndled, and the Sena-
tor proceeded with hi* speech
*If." he continued, "he had then
patiently llatettetl to Mila,*.iptgo«lloii
he Vvonld hat'o eaved the people and
the biialne** Intereata of the I'nt'ed
Statt-a what he htmaelf now de*crlhe*
a* the 'mo*t*Hcute and d1*a«trona
panic which ha* ever occured In the
hlacory of the United Statea.*"
D^larlmr that he wiia In furor of a
hond-aecured emergency cumnov un-
der an IntervHt charge high enough to
compt-i nutomatic contiaction ol
kilt-1) l*«oi-. Senator Owen proceeded
to rrit!c!*e many feat urea of I lie Al-
drlch hill He *iiid le'deaUeda more
roiapletc remedy tliia that proposed
In the committee bl<1.
I* I copfuea," oc unld, "1 ft>el deeply
dlsappohiled In the hill reported to
the Senate." Hcd:d aot, ttelieve in
ec.'^nlog the benefit* of the 1 ami a b in
o? emergency tutrency to national
bur)**. Theprovlalonafor . aliig ra 1
road bond* for the l>a*l* oljl he*aenu r.
g-ucy note* Jim (oudeaied strontrlv,
iii.t aald ho oul l feel compelled t«
Vote for the ineaiure, exgpyt ll« rail
toad bond feature, II hla proposed
h'nettdmenlN utiouhi not tie adOflfed.
Ttiebnl.v p-indpie of the committee
hill wldch he recorded na of vmIim
M aa.tiint relative to the "tuifrffeticy
antea, secured by bonds, under a pen
alty higher thaj tb« uonuai rste of
I'l.OOWl man AFTK* M AN," •
Senator smith, of Michigan, cited.
hvreply to ataU'iiH-nt* In favor of a
subscription to tbe Daily Okk-
Ik)ui4 i. If yon wl|h to sub- UOyermanut guarantrc of deposlS*
scribe call on ub. It won't cost
ttflJ we have a fall crop o; wHeat yon one cent more and will help
In oatfonal hanks, that that ok perl
meat bad been tried la Sew York and
found wanting from 1*91 to llMft.
Do we have to go nsct to 1SS0.
waya qnlt'ft to take alarm and wlth
draw their caah. "Hoarding,** Ub
added, with rmphaafa, "la the effect
oa well aa th* cauae of paa'c. Fear
la the aonl of a panic and fear may
he founded on any of a number of
wout.lt eUASANTKE dkposits.
The fear of the depoaltor, he coti
tImied, wan tlte real faetor that
ahould he dealt with In IreaMngpnn
lea. That.eonld he done In no better
way tn the judgment of the Senator
than by nuanrlng him of the aafety
of hi* deposit*, i m If the hank la
found to he Insolvent. That ho wish-
ed to do hy a guarantee land avail"
hie from the taxr* ndw | a'.d lnto'the
treaaury hy the nationn| banka on
Commenting onJlienatlonnl honk
Ing «yatem, lie enrdemmd the tylmr
npbt the reaourcea and reaeive- of
thehaaki In loatia for *i>e nlaUve
purp iaea when they *>bou'd lw avail-
able lor legitimate commerce. The
loaning of runda to active odlcera of
a bank without proper anfeffinrd
should, he declnreil, lie forhid'len and
;a«h reMCrven should lie ateip;theiied.
"u hen we shall have meda panic
mpoasUde In tlila country," * Mr
L)*ven, tu cloelog, "our great reph'hllc
will mote forward with a atupend*
oua cotuinerclrtl development that
will la- iheaatonMiuient Of the world
"Our rpiourcean re Infinite, our pe. -
pie the inoat JntelHirent, Inventive*
.-4iid ncOve In the world, The meas-
ure whi b la new liefore Ihla body fa.
thu taoat Important hill" which hna
come iif# thtt Mend I# for many
year*.' — Hhllndt'lphla Record, Feb-
runrj 'J\, ^
for the prtvilepn The Choctaw
Cot ■.. oil Co' hf Shawnee, ca^t-
talixi d for $30.) 000 and paid M
fee <1302 'o tho atatn The Ofet-
l.ih'.miS r w® 4ind doak 0* . of
• bimiia city, cnpitalieed Cor
00 it e fe >* th-reforamonet
sMt8aai e-.'««j9ai a.u*
. ot Mum-he*t^r, was inccr*
ed f r #10,00(1 Tfio -ft.
Stelth i nd Ou'a^nm* Trnr tioti
c ra pita i stock $30000 Mun-
kotroe Supply Co , cnpifal atonic
$351000 The Qlfford ('instruct
ion Co f of Davenport, Iowa, cap-
i'nl at .ck «0,0t>0 Tbe Kahl gci\.
at i nction Co , capital sto^k $25,-
000, of Davenport, Iowa, tiled
artiHes of incorporation* The
Firat State Bank of Ko Flor«
ca pi taliaed for * 3 0,000. The Jef-
ferson l^ower nnd improvement
Oo , in corpora tod /or $100,^00
The Lam'>DlQiVand < las (jo. cap
tal $5,000 The Ada Oil and cj as
Co., capital |15,< 00.
Tbia do^a not look like tho
Democratic constitution and
Democratic legislatures bad ser
iou&iy discouraged capu.11 from
investing in Oklahoma enterpris-
PEOPLE'S MfeAT MARKET
Fr«;h and, SV* Meats
IKMingP, Ptm _j.
. .atracte examined
Debt Abstract* promptly
marie. Charts reasonable
I fiiinl*h you prompt, rell phis upr
< let a lor t-jiat mouev. i'tierelga kg
•il education liack of air work.
The Beaiir Cootrty Abstract Office.
Walter c mm,
J o t received oai new stock oi'
ouse pttnts. Forty enter* arc!
!nts i' )«n 'vhtdti to m^he yo'or
selections. F. Ol TaaOY
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Willhour, W. H. & Tracy, Fred C. The Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1909, newspaper, June 3, 1909; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349160/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.