Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 14, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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1 herety aimouboethatIwi candi-
date tor Representative in Guogress for
Second Cony—tonal Dfafoct of Okla-
homa* subject to the a'fjfrovai of the
Democratic voters of said district at the
Primary election to beheld Aug. 2 1910.
JOHN J. GERLACH,
I hereby annotince aa candidate for
^oiuinatioa fev wprTriiitativa in Con-
gress for the 1n<l jKstrict qt ^Oklahoma.
ELMER U FULTON*.
We are antliorifcA to Ti ounce
Fiavk L. Caste1*!. for State Senator,
for the First Senator i .i District, anbject
fo the ' •endorsement" of the Democracy
of iaid district votfog at the state prim-
ary election to be held Aug. 2nd, 1010.
We are Authorized to announce Dr.
L vN. L. Cornm 11 as candidate beftfe the
Democratic PrimariesfornoininafcSH &s
Representative in the Legislature from
„ 1 hereby anpofmce my'tandidaey for
' 1lepreeentalf< e in tho I«p£isl>tt>rji from
Bearer Gount)\ subject to Republican
primaries. A. W. Toolky.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Representative in ths Legislature from
Bearer Gmnty, subject to Republican
primaries. ueorce W. Williams,
' DISTRICT J^DQE
I hereby annoqnee my candidacy for
' re-election as Judge of the 19 Judicial
-District, at tbe Democratic primuses,
R. H. Loopboukrow.
announce my candidacy fdr
th nomination of County Attorney
for Beaver County, subject to the will
of the Democratic voters at the Primary
Aug. 2nd. Claude T. Smith.
I hereby announce that I will be a
r Republican candidate for CountyAttor
** uey of'Beaver Courty isKbject the
Will of the votroi at th-s Aueost Prima-
ry t lecW02t 10. . John A Si-frh*
I hereby announoo mys lf as a candi-
date for SHERIFF of feoaver oonfoy,
'Wjbject to tUs wiil of the yot'rs at the
DemocratPrimary Aug. 2 Mu-
ll D. JlfiasE.
I hereby a nr.oanc* myself ft candidal* for
SHEBiFPof Heave- wnety Ok, to
the will of tl>e iot«.;ut the Oemorratlc prima-
I hereby announce myself as a candiUute for
tlie offlce of Sheriff of Beaver County subject
to the will of the votera at tbe Oeinccratie
j. j. stanley.
For Clerk of the District Court.
Oliver Fs Pruett
Subject to the will of tha rotors at
the Democratic Primary Aug. 2 1910.
Ilw?by announce myself ss a candi
Atte for Cummiwioner for the Second
District of Beaver County at the Re-
W. S. Miller
"I. hereby announce fhysrif &j a dahdi-
■tfate for Clerk Beaver f ounty. bsfor"*
#ie Domccvutfc Primaries, Aiigrtut 2r. 1
,t. m. north.
I hereby announce myself as a candi-
I flate for Treasurer of Beaver County
before the Democratic Primary Aug. 2d
I hereby announce myself an a candi-
date forfnperintendeut of School* for
Beaver County, subject to the will of
the voters at tbe Republican Primaries.
Mrs. X. C. Miller.
I heret^nnounce myself as a candi-
date for the ottbe of Commission r of
the Second District of Beaver County,
subject to the will of the voters at the
T. B. SHILLINQBCRG
I Hereby announce myself as a repub-
lican'candidate for County Treasurer of
Beaver J. W. Henderson
_ Ecter. Okla,
I hereby announce mytofracdftulitlate;
for COMMISSIONER for ti - Third
I istrict of Beaver County, snbjdct to
tha will of the voters at the Democratic
Primaries Aug. 2nd.
W. 8. VanDeburgh
1 herdby announce myself as a candi-
date for COMMISSIONER of Dist No. 1
Beavei' ounty rf lhe Democratic Prim-
aries August tnd.
0 C Maphet
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Clerk,<J? Beaver county,
subject V> the will of. th9 Democratic
Primaries V.* R Moreland.
I hereby'. Enounce myself a candidate
for County Ctfntc ot Beaver county,
at the Democratic Paimarfes, Aug 2nd,
Aura 9, Foster
I hereby announce my candi-
dacy for tbe offlice of Sheriff of
Beaver co. at the Democratic
Primaries. D P Miller.
FRANK J BIRDSAL/L
Candidate for 1
to Any old Party,
Madison, • • • Oklahoma.
I hereby announce an a eandidate for
Surveyor of Beaver County, subject to
the voters at the Democratic Primaries;
on August 2nd. Will &. Fields.
I hereby announce a* a candidate for
Commimtaner for the 3rd district ol
primariessi D. 0. KxTTELL.
■I will lie before tl^e Democratic Pri-
maries ftsr nominatioh for County Su-
perintendent of Schools for Beaver Co.
s tbject to the action of such primaries,
G, W. Meeks,
T hereby announce my candidacy for
County Judge of "Beaver county, sub-
ject to democratic '-primaries.
R. E. Dickson.
I hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for County Commissioner for the
2ndHfStrict of Baover County, subject
to tbe will of the Voters at the demo-
cratic piiuterfos. O. W. Robinson.
To* Register of Deeds,
LEE GOSNEY -
Democratic Primaries Aug.2
, 1 hereby announce myself as a caudi-
for Register of Deeds for Baaver Cmnty
subjeot to the will of the votera at the
Republican Primary August tnd
H.M. Bali A.
' t hereby announce myself as a candi-
date for Register of of Baavar
County subject to the will df fhe voters
at the DaniooratioPriiiatici Augaui 1
J. n. Sumsi^.
1 anftmnoe as a candidate for County
Oommissioher, Istdistriot, Btererooun-
j fcy, sptjeet to the Will of the De*aocrat
lc voters at the primary August 2nd.
T. P. BETTS, M1K)b, Okla.
Csur.ct Ee PcrgotteA.
you kay £inllke the word Ideal, flfrl
reJedUt, but the tblnfyou cannot geV
.Hi sf M you wo«M Mve say life ahov^
that of the J)mtes.—Principal Shairp
Alleging- that no part of
tVTe purchase price tbereoi
had b€3n paid, and that the
purchaser had fradfclently
contracted the debt, F. C.
Tracy, former owner of this
paper brought suit against
A. J. R. Smith, and caused
the Deihocrat plant to be
seized under attachment.
The plaintiff thereupon filed
a petition for the appoint-
ment a" receiver pending^
termination of his stilt, and
the uhd'ersigneS hats been ap-
point^ such receiver, and
p j \ &! ition of the paper wil
be cofttin' an der receiver-
ship until further bid era of
thi court. All atJcfeunia due
tfta Br^rat are
p yn1)l?. lift
•<?. M. fA"®,
<■' * ■ .
Will address tht Voters of
Beaver G)urity on July 21,
1910 at the following places
y i r TV. -,
FLORIS at 3:00 P. M.
BEAVER at 8:30 P. M.
recall: famous golf match
ProJ« ,'j 1 Game Brl—;i Back Contest
l.i Which royalty Was
The pr ;ected ge'.f match between
two veil . down amateurs and a lead-
ing member of the London stock ex<
cinsse for a ata'^/c! t^,6^ recalls to
the V ntminst3r Cw.vUe the famous
tow. v..-* in which the duke of York.
a£far Ja:.ies II., toe'* a prominent
-^«v i«Ua.Usfcs tt rear
16S?. r. was rsaily an international
oonti.il. In which the duke, with John
Tatsrsono, a golflrg shoemaker of
grert repute, championed Scotland
agalcvt two noblemen of IZnglard, a
heaTy vvaser depending on the lasue.
The duke and tha cobbler had an. easy
viotcr-, thanks Ivg^'y to the man of
th« lr, \ and Jrhn Patersone'a share
of the stakes was so substantial that
he was able to build a goodly house in
the r"nc .r.te, in a wall of which the
du!:* c-"* a s'one to be pV.ced bear-
ing the Patersoue arms with the mot-
to, "Par and sure." a tribute to the
cobVar's driving Voters, r^toraooe'a
housi sun Ives to-d^-.
nitecSl bAv c; r.^bictHQ.
Kcepltr'jle Welcome Aeeorded to All
Li ring the Month of
Savl: 3 an Ancient Fresco.
It is not only in this country that
chv.'-sh restorers are allowed to do
much as they like. An Interesting
stcry oo ncs ft'oja Hal. Tbe church is
aaCer rxtoration, and the workman
enna across traces of a frosco. Its
existence had boen unknown, and ac
cpr-. .xg to tho p .ats tlib pfar^er v as to
cone aw*y. Portubately a townsman
knew a process by which tho plaster
cov'd he taken off intact on canvas.
He obtalaed permission to make the
experiment, and it htfs been carried out
with success. *He & said to be bow
the possessor Of a valuable fifteenth
century p .lnt'.^ The Brussels mu
eeum t^orltlea. have lenrncU cf the
ezlstsnce Ot tha- painting, and they
are endeavoring to prevent the altona
tlon of tbla interesting ro.'.t of th«
middle aj**.—London Globe.
Every fear In Turkey, ia the mouth
of Rtmssan, aa they term It- Which Is
ths month when the Korah was fa-
tlaled. in M parte, to Mohammed—It
waa for years 'a genersl cusUjifc in
Turkey tdt the Turlrs to open their
bouse* at IS o'cloek, the Turkish tun.
*ct tv--;, to btrsogen and anyone was
pen *t t*a to enter end ta^c supiwr, a
meU the Turka call oviUar, during
No r how poor or how rich tbe
persons, ar.d v/bether a complete
stranger or near friend, thby con-t1
Just fc :?re tho satft^t hour, and alV
are seat).-i rt tbe truft; hospitable tabl? '
before 12 o'clock. Ifemediately after t
tho roar cf 'th-> re'nhona aunounces
8in?et th3 Turi n eat either an olive
or a dato, It being the l<v nd that tli?
holy prophet did this, nnd ihojc who
smoke i\r j begin as soon aa the date
or olive, L':<3jjk>Bed to be ths fruits of
paradise, Then come Jel
lias, as ItSa a bellrf in that
sweets '"oal^ft th'e. se -s^, "Wwtnvti
that may^neatt. C-Idly enough, soupi
follow tho owlets, and then after that
egtfs cooke 1 In buttoi roe served, fol
lowod In turn b" mu.toa chora oi
roast*'1 j- ..^t; t ..-^o ari auer^^doJ by
vcgetaKdVaad, the vegetables by a
eirt of eugarleas pudding, callod
boureh, c-ii arL.n tuls the fa.aou?
Alter HUI this more moat courses,
flrh, r * vegetables are served, un 1
puch s ' 3 as rice miik (gullaj sud
WJ), r itlra biaac manja (mahallebl),
pbaf with hUuad or j<iuket (yaourl)
and cctfso. *-
^ , The CHrlnet
* Ths ctirlnef t its the rtehrrt. sweet-
est r.'dce *f all the Wood-Sh' J Inttr f.
men *. aUhongh Its wound does ml
travl qnlio un far a* that of t ? o!w-\
\Vhft. over, %a laics la-.p^c*.
<her- ik twa metafiles ti Le playdtl
tbe cisrliiet takoj the low#*
ihe two. whtlo lbs vWiis via/ thb
• ttpprr end mo: * l*n*H>rU t oae. P;:t
. I'.l'.ary hand, ^«trs there are
atria?) r-t & .. Vhe euirl: a play
ef :ucj Sr. T! 3 bn: s c irl.v U not
Smooth 'or swevt as ill.? hHjfcjr
'ones. It Ms i| rather ch ky sonn>t.
the/h aoTtbr than tVkt rf the bat
aoon—"T1 e Drum c.l the gav
"at* td tl.e dVetft Orche^t.*a,t' la
DELIGHT TO WfeXfiV tuAVELEft
torten Qs^ns of ^am" «cus Rs«t t>%
Eys AttWr Lena Journey Through
The chief attrr-tlrrs at Damasc-k
'ere tho world-fa:*?J r*"Jens whlc^\
rurround t^e city, ths g :.up«p we (k
' of orientRl life flm- 1 in the bazars,
fine streets, the lL:;r and laat, bin.
by no means of lees Interest, ths fk-
mou^ nosqus^nf Onr'-deb.
| One hundred r-.d Z' j square mlleb
,'*0f green lie In c^mps t or;:r round
r.bout Damascus, spread C .t v llh a* I
| the profuaioa of a vir. 'n forest. Or-
chards ifih tc—dr rirdens, p.-'tf,
planutiOt^S of c^m and of othsr prod-
i ce pass hsfors the eys la tkr'S i.ad
Vhanrrt|ls tamttsr'— t..? titive*
claim that there ara t .ore than 3,00^
mlles^hf sh%dy lapes in t':e gardens of
Damascus through Ti' :v It la r**si
bis to rids. On c. \ . ride V.e via tot
passes orchards of f ,3 an I orrho d1*
of apricots. For hodgen th -< is tha
briar rose and for 'h «• n:;r the wal-
nut. Pomegran'' rase .3 r'-°*
through the shale; t '> 'v s he Jhi
tirail across tbe Irlarc; a 1'V i w^.tt-r-
breaks on tbe eo-e c." the road,
and all this water ar.i lea'r ? are so
lavifih that the broken mud valla tml
Slovoniy houses hsvs no yc /ar to vex
the These l;sg rard : s of Da
iorm tho para J oe ol I'.i Arab
vro ■). Making a pllcr'awge to the
c ,y r.fter woirka and moniba cT <l-onry
, nud uLsolhte desert Ilia. th"< r:nlng
water la a Joy totys sight c ~" nasio
to Us earst and (t la son- ..airs to
walk through ahady tafceo> to admlrs
the variety of landscrr? pat! ti" beau-
ty ot sceoery In a 1:^ 1 wici*o ;' o auu
beats down all day with r ..- in*
force until the earth ia ll/w r. furraco
of iron beneath . Shy ef mo:, .a braaa.
Fulfl Ing (neiructtens.
TL« r.-nnaclng editor abe«-led M*
rtioir around and puLb<?d a butlou l'
(Y^tfcWjii wanted entere.V
"liofr*,' ,-ftld trie edi'.cr, "t.re a numb' •
of dircrtioiis from outsiders ha te tin*
heit 'way rth ri<t ti nen*spacer. i6t-b
fb.*!t r,ey. ail carried oni." Anil
the ollic'e boy. Rati nrint; rhein all IctS
a lai&e wasTo i!hl ee.—Oreeu
"When tbe prgi<.*r stands kn?9 df eV
In a .Tad brook, waiting f'er n trout to
switch his fViinder," nsks a true Wal-
tonian, "do hffi Vl'.oughts run in dactyl
or spondecwf' Never thought of it lb.
that light, but lavo beard flabcru.eb
saying wcrd3 tttrs thouc.—N. Y. Her-
tpstry and Patri«tlsm.
Sakrfi TOpeliua, "the mc i sc^Mar
pobt liquid hr.3 cvor knom.*"was a
lover of'h|e native land above all alee.
Oao, says Paul Wslasmna In "A
Sumer Tour in Fln'and," be rroto
aa fohows to a little Flnnlah boy who
was a the tlms reeidltfg in Ihigland
for his soleollng:
".? ■ Its In a greet anJ,^> rr---
trj. butSeve? tut C-<e only
.Ylehsrth. Wrs-^ t^onU
>o-^ a rost la her Ttbm-
do:.\'f.3iifrV^u-t you ttwt ertawtr,
'I. jdsinn^lt, oedhuee f havn a eottaee
waitir g w ,fte when I am grov j
up. it h^s a r~"f i'Tber t":c.i t!*.
loft.n.; :J«I in '. '•••' -or Cast*-. it
root is tbe bles ky of my own kud.'"
An III Behaved Cluck.
Q.—My one cluck hung six chicks
m two days. 1 never had such a pe
cullar experience and can find no rea
ton for It. Can you? A.—You give
your hcas too many eggs or too small
a nest box; result, broken "«gge that
smear tho faafoeroy which sticking to-
gether m ike loops Wbtoh catch chicks
by the iiock. Make '\Sbk lg laches
square and set from 13 to '15 eggs, ac
sordlng to ctos of hen and season.—.
Capo May Btar and Wats.
Woman Is O Przxie.
Woman Is a piu.tle. She tv"l
up the ooldept nlgbt to let tbe fat or,t
and will talk baby talk to It. But if
she has to get up. even on a pleasant
ulght, to let her husband In, aha get;«
mad as blazes, and .he doesn't hear
tbe last of It for t week.—Tyler (Tex.)
Force of Wind Movement.
Tests show that the wind movement
of 15 miles an h«V.r fet;*tnst the side of
a building will force 185 cubic feet of
air through a oue-slxteentb-inch cr*v
loe In an boi&r.
* When tkzl Is Prsl?s;worthy.
Zeal is nb further 6^u!naeudabls
than as It Is attended with knowledgh
Population of M
Feraut>- 'V.o y
partfian way. fn
we now dsclnre tbat the a ' K
r^s constantly ossipisg, Iro.a ,i.id«rf j
.< .ova .hat v,hat i.hmibers v ha YiYay i
ito tb-r-: :l. c uppreu Jc«.4.—Cbarlllton j
N'cwt and Courier.
Pscullsr Article ef ClotWnq.
. Ths only clothlag worn b^ a trldh
of Braainan Indians who luhablt *V>
Island at ths mouth of tie An a tfi
■ "dist^Busyf v %
"Oood In c TerytJl'ija, tb?'- *norted\
. gsrd' m-r "Ve ) «< d"*
j* me> ihc"gbocl
pljee de net
there are bo
k It i^imS 1 '• rt " •- >1
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