Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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i; Our Rural Correspof\der\ce.
j- ,,-.r~,T-,.i^. ■ ■ r i f «awMr wa3
*L r?v! ia** J gr^
Tli r t in' many k!u<l* > ' I* °Pl*
i . r th«< out-* Ai* hold it i
1, i, H.Mver CtNinty i
. >r uh •.ontiuM-utttl !•
Ti, <v write of (l< d' fro* > mttjr.
iif i.b"i'iov, the *ii ' ruin?
H • > tln«\ nwKl loo'it -*ourl
V«1 itiuu cuirt*" buck
H i r anil U>vwl> i>0 ■' t
\ y ,tro *\ ritt • on Uf '
\ • - fulI of truth and + «HS n
!i.y in it bf trtwn u I* • crA.
At wrltlujr i-Iulj 7) • rain J"
luutlfj lor all growiutf crop*.
.Ins Parker lis- the contract !t r
j li.-adlutf it lartf* acreage «>f wheat on
; the Mull ranch \vf*t ol Ashland.
I Josh Went ami Col. Elliott are lielp-
| in* make tne «t be«U gn 'rouud.
| Grandpa Kr-a>ce Is reported on
the sWk li«t Hgnlu.
Willie Huthethtud *pent Sunda)
ileavhh.K up a little—well be wan at
i Mr Whlte^. We are walling for
I chu^e clgurs.
e. | ,i. II. Parker an ! ri.iaglittr and
,4.«>otuc«aT UfM o4| mi,#y took In the alghts of
'£*tg!ewood Insl Thursday. 'I hey
it port the recent fire an marring the
looks ol that l urg considerably.
Clta*. Roberts «« l ted Wh'taker
u waUHtg around *ltu l ls hut on |n i,rHndlng#tbeir herd of bo
tUe nhle of bin head. f.■ an elgbti ^ tirtlny. Hill la roper ol
Fv,u-... i 'Iuly t . j no |neHM reputntlon and they all
Mother and tube are uolng nicely, j ft|lkp to htu)
.. t. NO«d> tree cof . •
v' cortte ! « •► t>« t* " * '•take,
ftU arer County 1*
oaa tliatUikw t!*w
North K:lHt Items.
If* no wduder Mr I It. Camliell
pound girl wai born to Ititn
• and tube are uolng
M.- i M.Wehrtat nnd twrt lltUej g P 0<lwl,Ry lia8 ft |arge work
team for nalc I! tulles eu*t of t-oln.
f. an are here ftOtn JMrroun. Okla-.
^«'.I| «.„ h, .«r
I,^ here It. a few ««>ki Mr * abort ,oru and fallowing for waeat will
-oott bo the order of the day. Ju*t
ibout time for our mld-numiuer pic
ulc. and won't someone please start
viv. c nt llenVer*.
\ fine boy «".in born
Mr* K. D. Karl and grandchildren
from shattuck are visiting relatives
* . J Illrdicill has bought a team
f tine driving horses.
Smith Cr Is well of Beaver was down
Tbe wheat harvest will (sou be
over, the yield Is belter than for a
numlKT of years.
Mr. t. I'. Hesse of Hutebln on.
Ivans., a former resident of lleaver
county. Is bere on a visit.
M Q. Couch has Kturned from bis
trip to Telas county.
Elgin Stoddard nnd family, old
time resident* ol No-Mans-Latid.
lire vUltlogon the creok.
RiiM t urr has trailed bis IhiiiI
,ere lor land In Arkansas and ha
moved to the latt r place.
Deputy Sheriff I I*. Madison w<«s
hiwn on the cret U this week on ottl-
F. Jordon wa# a busluess visitor
In tiate recently.
The children In this vicinity an
having a round with the whooping
The Farmer a Telephone Co. have
•he material freighted out to con-
struct the line.
1. C. U.
Mrs 0. H Hlaektdrk la«t week.
Mother and lid be ah* «tolti£ nicely.
Mrs Harrington nnd children are
Kooitf w. \VuUdut Mr d L ff weeks
Visit with frelttllvM.
The farniers are Mil ddtie harvest-
l. g Uats and barley are good but
w iieat is only about half a crop.
y few of the yodrtg fWk* enjoyed
m<i icecream Social at Ik W l^e t.ron s
l.tsf Friday ulght.
T.ie I'.-^lrle Vail \t P lnd «v * l^ot
,.*i ted few ortlciirs s« n;e t
Ma* la el was elected 8u|a-«'.ifi-M-
jent and \tr ColdwaWr Assistant.
„rohn Anifi.totl Had l «te«- tele-
p.iotte t-utln oue day last •* v«sk
Mf Cold water went to I iw>r.
K U.S.. last wt!ek to htlrv^f h;t>
u neat vettr that place;
\V learn lllat Mrs Fre«i l)n<ir. w 11
tea. h t he ?'rlitiol IH distilft M >
Otto B. Shot.
Floris Pick lips.
The fafrf.efS lieW art UiAlr.i
wt mght on accoiint of the ebht rt
g 11 vs so i ist at nitsiit that it cr.K ^ *
ari l the wounds trom the corn(irIds
Hpf bke thHSe fi-tJtH tbwn on the
I we our Editor Is boW alter the
democraticSetifitors that voted with
the repiiblickbs to pnt a tariff on alt
the neceasarlcn of life He Is right,
they are traitors Id their party and
no better than republicans.
Ye t4crlbe has been so busy the last
two or three weeks we haH't had
time to giltller tne hPtta. t don t
mean to say I have besn working.
Von see at nil kinds of w drk they
need a boss.
Miss I .aura Heluen was visiting
tbe school board lu dlst, N'o 85. Fri-
day. Miss Laura Is looking for a
S. M. Calhoun and l^rank llutch-
ens cut Northways wheatSaturduy.
Mr and Mrs. 8*tat V'rtre slsited
with their brother, Uslar U are und
Ed Mooney and family el* ted with
.1. L. Stld uud ulmlly Sunday.
A large el'owd wnsoiit to attend
sundny School last Sunday.
men. the little son of Mr, and
l_4 j Mrs. Dntv Pdtter. was quite sick
Sunday. Tbi y tdok liltu to Doctor
,le«« Inglan and l.ewl ti unit low
report H green bug destroying tbelr
broom corn uud maize.
Lots of Ice cream nnd cnitt1' damag-
ed In spota on the Mlssotlrl flats
About the 4ttl df July,
We have It on goo.l authority that
Inspectors have left Wnshlugton
.1 uly 1st for the purpose of Inspect-
ing all rural routes, and all route*
■who4e roads are not up to the re-
quired standard will be wiped off
the map. We hope the roads are
dry when they reach us or we are
Wanted—A good rotid boss, one who
will run a drag or harrow over his
. j: ,♦ to Tn- work, leaving It Injpropercondition
Mr.. >••'. > "w'ork now Jon, in ou,
>n, Ivans., las * . , ,.l«-i.!.nrhnnrt Is iftl eve-sore. What
Mrs. Ola Marlow departed last
Thursday for Miila^ftllle, Ifans . tf)
visit relatives and fneuas.
Mr. Oscar Vorhees left Monday
nioruiug for Kansas to harvest.
yoitj Know It.
A very notlclable change has come
Upon the "Urniocrat" since tfrf
rhatiae In ownershH Hro f<tnlth
fields a trenchant pen and fh'e spicy
epltorlals n're a leaturt* t 1 (hat news,
iheet The ad. columns are on tin*
upgrade nnd taken all t« g<'ther. the
pafier Is a rmlll to <^i,e Vtfthr dty of
Heaver. We wo'u'hl remark In
passing tnat not f/early enouah
democrats subscrllie for this worthy
p iper and they do not know how-
much they are missing, else they
would cougft tfp a doflifr "wlllle
and let ye scrifie send I & t hell1 h'^n^es.
The reading of ^lo's poems wll^ Iln-
4er long after all thoughts •! ine v.
Is yon? i'ot busy, brothers, and
send the ^tolling toWnird the Mecca
of IK ujoc/acy.
Lib Is pr<tsj wltlV ye acrlbe these
long mld-sumnvr da'js and thepoe
iry Writing devolves ou poor Flora,
fyy bW rtH'db dfcver g¥ow ltfss.
neighborhood Is rtd eye sore.
do we p;ty these men for'.'
tfotne people mortgage their farm
because the^ thluk they ueetl a little
money, others because they thiol,
they need It nnd others to get gionej
to dress a little better than their
neighbors. Take It all around the
pet/pfe fq t!*l* cowuty are pretty easy
picking for tlie ic/nii sharks.
Tills fall or ufcxt spring while you
are sitting aronUd waltlrrg for vror!*
t< overtake you get orft and bustle
np some cottonwood and locust
4|iroi t< and start a §ro*c. It tua\
ih-k-At vou, or If you ute oue of 'he
'cfrrnnlc kickers tlw man you give
your place away to nfny appreciate
We see several automobiles whiz
sing amund over tire Missouri fluts.
w,rnder.M" our Liberal merchants are
trying to figure out a pTan to sell us
potrr devils a few dolla e' worth of
metfhaudlse anil take oAr crops as
The fartrt'ers are ready for the
tbrusfiem now. ('ro'ps are looulng
e*tra well all over the Missouri flals
llcooni < rn will soon be ready for
ipulbrm. it N Is'jj^uulug to besd out
rTbsfollowing persons will receive
license to teach In the public schools
of Beaver county who took the ex
amlnatloa at the e o*e of Normal:
Mae Maple Denver
W. S. lf 'rr!tig —Oate.
Maude Taylor ...Sophia
Kate Jett Madison
Nellie Hummer -Iranboe
Arlan Scott Madison
Fred Jorgensnn Kogan.
Minnie Blsln^p Liberal, Kans.
C,-o. < t«kle Sophia.
Ethel N!xon - Cllse.
SicIIh < iroendyVe.. Limwood
Mrs Mae Reeves... IJl -rsl. Kans.
Mrs. Fred Tltruer Limwood.
Mrs llallle Hennlngtou, "
M"s. Mary Iulow "
Mrs. J ihnRwalm—- Gray.
, Si ei>r;b OSAOf.
Mrs II. Ullrich Heaver
\V. L- Henson.. Logan
W. F, McCortuIck - Floris
It. W 1 .tctle Beaver,
A K, Taflier gI *rood.
Myrtle Bingham Logan.
Mrs. O. L Mathews ..Riverside.
O. L. Mccord Heaver.
Sarah Farrell Lortna.
Mrs, W. T. Atklos.. "
MrH ltuby Jackson
Mrs. Anna I>rolt
Will Coultrop Ivanhoe
May Hllll.. .Lorena.
Bessie Bobbltt —
U. W. Kent
Mrs' Dixie Jacobs "
Nnllie Plm Logan.
Omft Kepter Liberal, Kans
Mary Ruth Englewood. ••
Mrs. W. E. Fickle Beaver
E P. Oglesbay — Coin
Arietta Held Logan.
Myrtle UCrone Floris
Uellen Hughes ..Logan.
Blanch Murdock. Nye.
TBI HO ORArm.
0 B. Allen Madison
Dora Sprague Elmwood
W, E. (iarten Sophia.
Bessie Held .Logan.
Ethel Smith.- Heaver
Anna Evans "
Ross Ridley - Elmwood.
H'.sel Browu Lorena
Cora Baggerly Elmwood.
Lee Hulse Riverside.
Susan Moore Clear Lake
0. L. Wright ..Sophia.
Jessie Bingham ....Logan.
Bessie Mesnard Floris.
Mrs. LM. Little "
Vesta Hand Lorena
Nellie Summers Beaver,
Maude Murdock... ...Nye,
Chattlce Treat Lorena
Frank LeCrone - — ... Elorle
Clarlte Tynan.. Beaver,
Ada Shafter.... ^eltna,
Laura Hummer ivanhoe
Heury Maltble Tltfig.
Mamie K,ent Hon\l er.
Hes«ie Hull Sophia.
Christina Dlckerson Logan.
tVesta Band Lorena.
Dora Thomas Cllne.
Dora Wilson — Gate,
Full line of high grade Granite Ware just
arrived and it is the kind you have beert
ooking for. Anything yon want in the Hard*
ware and Implement line.
AnJ oS.it satisfy you in prices on anything
from a carpettack to a threshing machine-
See us before baying eleBwbere for
Wagons, Buggies Plows, Binders, Ciiltiva*
tors, Windmills, Pumps, Stoves, Tin'
ware, Cutlery, General Hardwal-e
Or anything in Hirdwart
The Garter Tracu Hardware Go.
Oxfords, in Patent leather, Vich Wirtc,' Tan and
Chocolate, for meri, women and childfed, in diiees, quanti-
ties, styles and prices that will fit your foot and suit yout
taste, as well as your purse.
For nine continuous rears we
h&ue each ye«r bought larger
stocks of the old reliable ''SEL3
SHOES' than dario? the prev-
ious year. This yeaf is no ex-
ception to the rule, and we nevv
have tne largest line of new,
stylish shoes in the county.
No need to argue the qnality
of SELZ shoes. SEL7 shoes are
worn by more people in the
United States than any other
6ab& of sKjoes. The manu^ac^
urers of SlSLZ' shoes cannot af-
ford to put poor material in their
j shoes. They have the reputation
of cbaking the highest grade of
shoes in the market, and the
name "SELZ" on a shoe is a
£ruarantt>e that its quality, styled
durability and comfort.
Our line is complete in £rade
from the heaviest shoe9 tc tbti
25,000' dealers in the United Stages carry "SfijLZ''
ahoes. We sell thenr as cheap as ainy of those 25,000 deal-
ers, and the only place you can get them in Beaver county,'
is at U*
' F.C. TRACV'S.
P. S. A large consignment cf Dry Ooods
has just arrived.
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