The Cordell Beacon (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 50, Ed. 2 Thursday, July 4, 1912 Page: 2 of 10
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HUd... Cabhrt Given Away fREEa(The Racket Slow, Satrfo,. J.ly eft.
IW liMird Of County Commissioners. Washita County, Oklahoma, met In
ST. in??. ,912, a" mem,H,r, ,,re,em' J A Uro*n '■ chnlr,
Mi inmncied business a> follow*
4'lulni*. .actMl on aa foliows
Ufc C. E. Thornton ....
3* R. Brott
UW O. F. Tomer
207 Alklland Chemical Co
M D. D. Wains
2\4 Herring k Young ..
2U W. H. L. Campbell
'JSC Slate National Hank
211 M. F. Watson
1U C. B. Hefner Bailiff Ilia. Court
l21t C. Thai lu Repair of bridge
ill Krunk Oaborne jury fM0B
218 N. Boat right Work court house
21S Washburn * Taylor Sup HIul Mod
229 Aachte Hdw. Co Supplies
221 H. L. Rlgsbee Salary for June
222 *•** * Thomaon 8aIury for June
223 Julius Hueiay Printing Pro.
224 Frank Thomson Compiling Statistic.
225 K. B. Ross
226 Beacon Pub. Co.
229lj, J. W. Kerley ....
1 127 A. H. Bungardt ...
228 Hoc Hutcherson ...
22S Miller Bros
2SS Dec Hutcherson ...
S31 Cordell .Milling Co .
232 0. W. Clark
33 T. H. Hubbard
SI O. D. Coker
8* tkewart Lumber Co.
136 'John Thomson
| 37 ,Lee Bros
R. S. Batt
T. H. Hubbard
Doc Hutcherson Expense for June
VT. T. Hamlc Sheriff fees
J. W. Reed
| S. Wiley ....
!L. U Shean ...
<7 3. L. Austin ....
4K J. L. Austin
« W. H. Dean....
t>0 P. D. Hinkle
53 W. H. Dean
a2 Cordell Ice Co. ..,
S3 J. G. Dodson
["'♦ W. L. Parker ...
>6 Chas. B. Lorenz .
7 Daisy Barnard ...
R Chas. B. Lorenz..
■a W. A. McAnear ..
t) Ralph D. Smith .
1 Ralph D. Smith ..
2 Jas. W. Smith ...
3 .\". W. Elston ....
* T. G. Sappington
J. A. Brown
H. T. Rhodes ...
Stinson Merc. Co.
Burial Pauper 55.OO 25.00
.... Def Geo. Perkins 10.00 10.00
• .. Conveying Insane ir,.67 15.87
• • • • Dlsenfectant 22.10 22.10
• •••Care of Duerkaen lo.OO 10.00
•' • • Supplies 1,75 j 75
• •••Coat In Teter case 20.00 20.00
• ••• Exchange on coupons 6.20 6J}0
Screening court house 123.55 123.55
2.14 I 2.14
16.80 16.80 |
177.08 177.08 I
• Sal. four months
Printing and Supplies
••Sup. Bd. Health
• • Prof. Services
• • Board Prisoners
••Sup. for Prls.
• Sheriff fees
•Corn for Mules
•Cleaning Cess pool
• J P. fees
• Lumber for bridges
• Bridge work .
• Bridge material
• Constable fees
• Salary for June
Salary for June
OKLAHOMA CROP HE-
PORT IS ISSUED
Leas Than Half the Wheat Crop V#|
To Harv«at—Avoragt Ylald 14
Wheat ahows an advance In condition
of ubouf lo per cent, aa of June 25.
compared with the aame date in May.
according to the monthly crop bull*
tin of the State Board of Agriculture
inaiied tonight. Growing condition*
f the time of harveat la given aa 84.7
per cent. There la loan than half the
crop to be harveated, the bulletin aaya
and In figuring the average yield per
acre the board aava It will be 13.9
buahela Tor the entire atate. Mclu
toah County ihowa the heavleat yield,
32 buahela, Beaver is 25 and Potta
wi-tomle ta 26 buahela.
Cotton ia not doing aa well aa laat
month, when the growing condition
waa 74.4 per cent. In the June re-
l ort the condition la given at 68.8 per
cent. There waa something of a
|alump In the condition of oata at the
jt'nie of harvest. The per cent on
1 June 2.) was 69.3 per cent as against
83.8 per cent last month. About 40
■ per cent of the oata crop has been
j harvested, and the average yield, the
i'e|iort says, is 27.4 bushelB per acre.
The growing condition of corn is
74.1 per cent as agalnat 88.7 last month
and alfalfa 92.7 per cent as against
89.2 per cent. The hay cr .p harvested
on June 25, as compared with 1911,
was 126.5 per cent. The broomcorn
acreage compared with 1911, Is 119.1
per cent, and there is prospect the
report says, of 86.5 per cent of a full
Will You Allow Your Family to
Suffer to Save 25c Per Week?
Mtrf .0be a ft*. We «£££?
Pure Distilled Water 5c per Gallon
m the*! Which you paid for it will W re XT bll.Cv^ wl? " "J1" <'omP-
C,t,e' '' >■ •l™W< the amount for'p"ure
CORDELL ICE AND FUEL CO.
Urges Small Farmer to Get Into
Game of Stock Raising.
"In order to relieve the world wide
shortage of beef and* pork, the small
farmer must get busy," said Tom
Martin. Jr., president of the Stock
Yards National bank, today, discuss-
ing the campaign being conducted by
the M. K. & T. railroad in this state
for the "Insurance feed crop." Mr.
Martin will join the rallroad'B party
Don't Get the Habit
V all know how easy it |a #to get
Into a certain habit of doing thinja,
and how hard It is to change that
habit. We are continually forming
Tax Warrants Turned Over to
JL?. W*rn""' "" I r.
„ 7' "" ">«■■ turn*
° (he sheriff |,y th, (,ountJr Tre>i
~ ° ^
in its tour at Durant, where he will
speak Monday, and Tuesday at Vinita.
Mr. Martin is strong for the Idea that
Salary fpr June
Laundry for Pris
Sal. Elec. Bd.
Sal for June
Sal for June
Sal and Supplies
Salary for June
Salary for June
Salary for June
Salary for Juno
Salary for June
Salary for June
Salary for June
, Estimate of the Board of Education
of the City of New Cordell of t1*1""' '"T"1 " the ,dea that
State of Oklahoma. (Schooi Oiatrict ™\™ whether ,ie
i fg0 | have ten 01 a hundred acres. "Too
I To ,b. Kxclne Board ot Warttafc'L^An/T *° 7*"*"
County, Oklahoma continued. And the only way to
We hand you herewith report of'T'T ^ 8tUff '8 t0 hav<? llve
tho estimated expense of the Board 'r.Jtv . right around Oklahoma
of Education of the r.tv I acrc8 and acres of grass are
habits of one sort or another, and the Iirer u.„hl„ ,. ; "««s-
earlier we begin to form those of warrant, h m da>'■• These
the right sort, the better ofT we are handl) of * U,d ^ave been 'n the
and the easier it ia to continue In the „r.i ror co,,ection sev-
right way. Not long ago I asked a dellnau «i* " ** the tn*eB beoame
neighbor of ours why his wife never ! ' °n January but were
enm« nv«P — "ot turned over until June 28th. The
came over to see me. "Well," he said, w«rC'JT" ^ Unt" June 28th- Th®
"she Just never goes any place. I can C° 00 wl" undoubtedly
hardly get her to go to town. She * god8end <° the deputies
Just got in the habit of staying at fnr t, h on* exce',t,on are paid only
home when our children were little I" W°' they da Durlng the
and she always had so much to do I'nt ,? m°Dih" there ha" >een a
that she never got anywhere. Now f™T!f f both crlm-
she just doesnt seem to care about I 1 de'mrtmPnt8- Almost
llv , doinK anything but staying at home" ,n ,7,°°e Th° hH8 had an ,ne n«tion
of Education of the City of New CoX,« T" l°T °f Bni8S "re I And that is fo° b:id' The more we ® <he ,aW ,n Washlta County
idell, (School District No. 78) for the , ''rea8, had the 0WUer8 been stay at home the harder it is to get . 8Uccessful|y suppressed that de-
Fiscal year ending June 30th, 19!3.1 wff "Ve ^ *° out" «'e need to get out ',re"
I Balance Cash on hand June 30th, | W° ? Jtht'm 6 t0 7 '!'nd meef to town and see °n Wedne8d«>' the last boarder at
... „ound. conntry bankers, .he stores, if not to buy, tlL to see Ja was He is a young
man from the Mountain View vicin-
l2> and the available funds from'are
■er sources than taxes. I tion
Unexpended balance on hand of more
.... • "j io ouy, tnen to see ,l,rawu. ne is a joung
other sources than taxes. |11 ,r ' cs|'ons,b,e lor this condl- and examine materials and study price n"m fl°m ,he Mountaln View vicin-
:ey should, I believe, take■ to become more intelligent buyers- "y Who attempted to pull off a wild
llltei est ill tho STTImII fnpmnt> wa n/./l «i . , ' WPfit dlmu' ....
«< mon. i,.-. '■ J 7„ ,; ; , more intelligent buyers; "■temi'ted lo pull otr a win
"iSTloln. V,"" "ed "l0 d Mendly 8||0 'd«'lt.s a concert , a ehureh
o ' ead o VZ; f tor Mew wort or M„hboni and ^ No doubt he ha. reaped by this
, J. - <1(1 Ci cl U10\6 of CilttTp nnH lmrrn T trim >«• i.. . i . . t 1 (lift t 11 # _ , .
the levy for any previous yeai _ u|m luan
I €.4.118 toi current expense (cash on ^ j-pa„ j . . i —tnunuv. . ~ - —•—vM mis
hand against which there are no war- / „ ?attIe and ho«s 1 k"ow Just how hard it is to just H> that ,here ls « time and place
rants or legal claims outstanding.)!builkf, v'1,,, "'V' a J t0 the sma,l,kcel) on staying at home—and so I lor a" things and some few dont mix
I In hands of District Treasurer ' , sa>' d°n't get into the habit. If vou WOrt^ a fU8B-
! none1,,, -tnLrwlTed T <l0 "°l ,orm « toW. it « «WI alao nt a standsUll
In hands of County Treasurer I, , , .1,8 is the mot-, you are old try to break the habit. deputies were forced to a great deal
of study on the question as to how
the wolf could be kept at a safe dis-
ance from the door, but with the ad-
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being adopted, along the Katy's -Oklahoma Farm Journal
F,om State A,, rtlo ment (ScZl! J)"?' i
I'Land Lease and Loan Funds and ''llJay 01 Sl Lou's' Industrial com-1
...Salary for June an mile 51.60
—...u mm laoan f unds and r i. «if n r ... , „ „ „ „ . iau™ "°«i "le aoor, but with the ad-
State Levy) about |1.70 per pupil |d^ Mr H ! , V Frl' , ' returned af,er a months vent of the tax warrants their hard
l«U. Mr Hockaday explains that by absence Tuesday night. Mr. Curtis limes have passed and vou and I w
ance feed ctodb isf meant miph has been vl.itin<r i
• ••Sal and mileage 51.60
.. - Supplies for pauper 7.20
...burial of pauper 41.00
. Bridge material 500.00
ninthly report of sheriff Doc Hutc'icrson approved
Jlonthly report of Treasurer W. H. Dean approved
Monthly report of County Clerk F.ank Thomson approved.
Monthly report of Register of Deeds, Chas. D. Lorenz. approved
Monthly report of District Clerk, J L. .Austin approved.
Monthly report of Clerk of Co. Cou t, Ralph D. Smith, approved
Konthly reqprt of Justice of the Peace, G. D. Coker, aproved
Monthly report of Justice of the Peace, W. A. McAnear, roved
Pnthy report of Justice of the Peace, C. M. Cn
Bonthly report of Justice of the Peace, H. C. Hubbard, anproved
pre Tesignation of J. M. Gray, as Trustee of Oakdale township ac'ccted
Perry -Harrison appointed Trustee of Oakdale township
the foUowing persons were allowed a refund of School Sinking, from
It. C2, for the reason that they formerly lived in Dis'. No. 22, which,
Dlsts. No's 39 and 23 were consolidated into Diet. C2, in the spring
Na 39 had a bonded indebtedness of $1300.00 and a sinking lew
mills was levied against all three Dists. while it should have been
^nt No. 39 only. F. Stucky, $3 21; C. W. Meier $2.42; S.E. Simpson
J. L. Sheets $2.4D; T. G Sappington $5.05; Chas. Treadaway $5.35
Wis. A. D. Berry was allowed a refund of tax, for 1909. Having been
with personal tax, while she had none.
xatepository bond 9f the Bank of Korn was approved
Common School Fund (a)
: Tuition of other Sources (b)
$1720 00''he I)roduction of whieh there is al-, vent Ion during his absence. He also
Funrf I ready a sufflcient supply of moisture sp<?nt a few days at the D. E. Weaver
•UnCI i n I ho wr.il ..i £ \ i «
• ,. V; UB "ttl uy Z u *ulDU"-v n,*nt- -^r- Curtis "mes have passed and vou and I will
.usance feed crops id* meant such ba been visiting at several Illinois have to take up the struggle against
pioducts as maize, kafflr, cowpeas, for'l)0lnts, taking in the Republican con- the wolf.
the nmdlietinn nf vrhinh „i Vt)nl inn Li. _i
, Amount Needed for General Fund ' in ,hr. cni1
; For Salary of 15 Teachers. .$8235 00 i ti i
lor Rents. Repair and Fuel ..941 50L J . iniSU)rance foed croI' --
For Library and School Apparatus ' , T ! Z S''eatl>' £trf,n«thpned
1 loonnl3 ' aty lines' said the indus'
a "•'"m'ssloner. "by , number o(
For Premtum. on lo.nrance for ' | «'""" « «"" >- polm. I.
i three year, on bolb btdldlne, Ore , 18 tbe «'«
and Tornado 39000L , Muskogee, which was at-'
i Supplies 3r8 -01 n<lf'1 by nearl>' Uo hundred leading i
' !"-"'"t from other Vources' j ; l''nd owners in |
1720 00 Oklahoma, representing nine!
frnm r'" ' ,|co::n,ie8* Among those who spoke on'
Gen"" ..nee feed" and the proper me-'
home at Oakland
Maurice Foster was in the city a
few days this week with friends.
^ J ' • wj'Vi UIU"
jthod.s of conserving I he moisture nec-J
, esse) 1 to nrndnro t, hiir u ...
: tether business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet in rem.lar ,We' the Boiird of Education of the! deri
on August 5, 1912. •'•«!•! 3 * i - f •■■fy . I y of New Cordell of the State of i se]f
" J A. Brown, Chairman.^-* >Schoo] District No- 78) -j
Net Amount Needed
• 'Total B less t^tal A i 9°0* 00'
Amount Necessary for Interest" and ,0, produre a bl« harvest of
Sinking Fund' • suc^i pi-oducts on the wheat and oat'
i4 Amount of Bonds Outstanding llT** 7T® ^ PittUck of thei
4f 0f f nnl te agrJcultural college; W. D. Bent-
Interest ,o he paid';::::;;" vinnnihy's:,jerintendent of the u-s-
Sinking fund to be raised .. 2SOO OO' ^ ^ Okl!,homa: John I
Total '-in nn' 'Id8' editor 0klall°ma Farm1
.Net Amount Necessary' for Interest' StT'1 ^ ^ Martln' Jr" °f the '
1 and Sinking fund .Oklahoma Stock Yards National
I We, the Board of Education of the'?"111 ^ ™oodson 8Perintendent
I City of New Cnr,i«n ^ i demonstration farm bureau and mj
THE NE? YORK
LIFE INSURANCE 0.
IN THE WORLD
J. J. McCURLEY, Ag-ent.
Beacon Building, Cordell, Okla.
J A. Brown, Chairman.
ATTEST: Frank Thomson, County, Clerk.
Bargains in Buildings
ve several good buildings on half
k west of our yard.
I® need the room for our yard and
make attractive prices to sell
at once. Chance to get good
Antrim Lumber Co.
do hereby certify"th rth«\.w« '°'l "Insurance feed" meetings will be
| timates were made by
Cupid bSlnto the^poHtical cam-1 under^Th ^^ ^ Pre8'dent and
ilgn in the Third nifiah™Q I nder authority of the Board.
a meeting held on the first day of
July, 1912. Executed and signed by
said Board by its President and Clerk
nd crop alfalfa which Is now
; in is of a much poorer grade
the first and is a good deal
Adverse cutting conditions
have had considerable to
'ith (Che grade.
minutes after several hund-
le had emerged from the First
—it church at Mexico, a town
■Quinlan, Texas, the building was
Ved by the fury of a wind storm
| swept by. The church was
off Its blocks. The wind was
by a veritable water spout,
i and streets were lakes and run-
It is considered re-
i that no one was killed or in-
_ rw..w.vHi VUIU- ,
paign in the Third Oklahoma District I
when J. C. Denton, republican candi-
date for the Congressional somination
and Miss Clara Murchison were mar-
ried at Talequah.
A month ago a committee of girls
called on Denton and asked him to
Pla>e a plank in his platform pledging
himself to marry a girl from the third
district if elected.
'Sure" said Denton at (he time, half
jokingly, "I'll promise if I find the
In his campaign he met Miss Murch-
ison. She proved to be the "right
girl" and they were married.
Board of Education of the City
of New Cordell.
By Alvin Bingaman, Its President
G. W. Wheeler, its Clerk.
Indians Prepare for Dances.
Guthrie, Okla. July 1.—The Chey-"
enne and Arapaho Indians began pre-
parations today to hold the sacred
arrow dance the last of the month
near Cantonment, Blaine county.
The four sacred arrows of the Chey-
ennes are heirlooms, in the possession
of Little Man, at Cantonment.
Blind Man, an aged Chieftain, will
have charge of the ceremonies, which
will be preliminary to the annual wil-
low dance. Notwithstanding the Gov-
ernment's oposition, the Cheyennes
and Arapahoes are also planning an-
other sun dance this fall, a celebra
tion prohibited by Federal laws.
Varm #/«. fl.i The AraPahoes are now meeting at
South East auarter Sprtinn Left Hand s allotment to make ar-
six, township ten, range Bixteen 81rangements- Mr«- Crazy Mule, liv-
miles East of Cordell. $5,000. May near Cantonment, will conduct
begt price" Frank Ahlgrimlthe 8Un dance, however, hoping to re-
June 6, 2 mo. Schneider, Indiana, "tore her son to health.
You invariably insist on getting the
best of everything else. Why not the
famous X-Ray flour. If your grocer
does not handle it, call by phone The
Cordell Gin and Milling Co.
The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by
Don't take our word for ia.
Don't depend on a stranger's state-
Read Cordell endorsement.
Read the statement of a Cordell
And decide for yourself.
Here is one case of it.
J. H. Stremme, manager of New Ho-
tel Iron, Cordell, Oklahoma, says; "It
i3 a pleasure to endorse Doan's Kid-
ney Pills when I know from personal
experience every word of praise for the
remedy is based on merit. I have us-
ed Doan's Kidney Pills fey imperfect
action of the kidneys and the results
have been very satisfactory, in fact,
the relief I received from their use
has been of a permanent nature. Dur-
ing the past two years I have had no
further need of a kidney medicine.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
C. T. AKERS
Jeweler and Optician
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