The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 16, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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Zfchc Reaver 2craltl.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publither.
DEATH OF COLC. D. PERRY. I
1 1. CO a Year
. Advertising rate made known om
application. Price reawnable.
Entered at pot olHce at Heaver 0.
T.. a Second-Cla matter.
t WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
JAMES S. SHERMAN
or xew tobc.
Daily Alail Schedule
Depart . OrfOa. tn.
Arrived 4:30 p. in.
Departs 7:C0n. in.
Arrives ...5:15 p.m.
Arrives 0:00 p. in.
Departs 7:fOn. m.
Arrives 5:10 p.m.
CLEAR LAKE OKLAHOMA
(Tuesday Thursday and Sat jrday)
Departs OtOOn. in.
Railroad Time Table
i-.nstooiiriu M). 1 H:.v'n. m.
No. 'J 5:05 p. in
Westbound .o. 3 9:11 p.m.
o. I IlslUa. m
Eastbound No. -I 8:25 n. in
No. i 3 :25 p. in
Westbound No. 1 Ii!jl3 a m
No. 3 .... llzl'Op. in
Eastbound No. 518 .. . .5:30 a. tn
Westbound No. 517 1 :30 p. in
Church and Society Directory.
Services every tunJay morning nnd
evening. Sunday School at 10:00 a. in.
W. U. Leon'aiiii Pasior.
Services every Sunday morning and
evening. Sunday Scliool at 10 o'clock.
Jam. liALMMiuit l'nstor.
Auxiliary to Presbyterian Church
ineetrt every Thursday nfternoqn at the
homes of the members. Entertains
the public II rut Thurd&y night of each
month. J'.verytiouy invited.
Mich. W. U. Li:o.N.itn Pres.
Auxiliary to M. E. Church meets
overy Wednesday afternoon with the
Mas. .7. I). Nile. Pres.
Oklahoma Post No. 4 Grand
Army of the Republic.
Meets ofery '.'ml and l;h Sat
urday of the mouth at 2:00
p. in. Vialting comrade
J. R (Jih.n.v Com
I. S. Dkummo.nd Ad J
Reaver Iodge No. VJ8 Ancient
Free and Accentrd Mnmiiis
Meets 1st and 3rd Snliirilnv
night of each month. Mein
our of the order aluavs wel-
i rntnft It. K. Stkiiiiiv. U M
L. S. Ml'NKELL Sec.
jOnler of Odd Fel-
lows meets every
Monday night Visiting members of
the order fnvbed G W R'iuhon N.O
O. J I.oonioi'iuiow Sec.
Victim of an Automobile Wreck at
Pasadena California on July 4th.
Englewood Pays Sad Tribute.
Renver Lodge No. 7
Knights of Pythias
Meet in Castle Hall
every Tuexdiiy nleht.
Visiting brothers wel-
come H Gakhktt C C
K of R and S.
Pump No 7738 Mod
ern Woodmen of Amer
ica meets every 'Jnd
-1 tli Thursday niuht
Neighbors in good
i.aurei Camp No. 8DIU
uoyni .vigiiDors or
(Meet each 1st mid 3rd
1 Thursday nieht of the
neighbors Invited to
Maudb 0. Thomas Oracle.
Monday afternoon the fad intelli-
gence was received here of the death
of Col C D Perry which occurred at
Paadena California July 4th. The
Colonel way out riding in an automo-
bile tb wrecking of which caused his
untimely death. The following letter
from Hon. Jno. A. Edwards to Leo
Cravens of this city relative to the
sad accident follows:
King City. Cal July 4. '08.
Col. Perry died tonight. He joined
Helen and I oil the coatt from Ventura
Monday He and Mrs Perry were in
the automobile. We have leen skirt-
ing the coatt for over KO mile stop-
ping at the different beaches andre-
ort It has been a delightful and a
joyous trip until tonight.
I have never seen him happier. We
left El Pao Del Robles this morning
The car was decorated with flags and
bunting cnthutiam at its highest
tene; tonight it is crepe. We lunch-
ed at 3 o'clock near a bridge. During
the respite steam lowered. We started
but could not make the grade across
the canyon. While waiting for the
steam to rise Helen and her mother
walked on ahead. As soon as we had
power I was instructed to go to the
rear end and push. Col. opened the
throttle and put on full steam touch-
ed the feveri-e leaver instead of the
forward. It came crushing into the
rail and over into the canyon below. I
rolled the car oil him and carried him
to the shade. He was apparently un-
injured only stunned.
We applied nlcohul externally and
Internally and applied towels until
the doctor came. A pacing automo-
bile carried us to town He fulled to
rally o we secured another doctor
and a nurse They continued applica
lions and restoratives of all kinds but
failed to revive his pulse or stimulate
his heart In an hour he had expired
It is sad tonight. Leo and it is deso-
late We are In a little Mexican town
300 miles from home not a casket nor
an embalmer in town. We start for
Rivers.de tomorrow." Englewood
Board of Health of Beaver Co
At a meeting of tint Roard of Health
held at Heaver July Oth 1003 the fol-
lowing business was transacted:
Reso'ved that we the County Poard
of Health in session this Oth day of
July 1008 do hereby require that all
physicians in attendance and members
of families afllicted with contagious
diseases existing within the bounds of
said county as smallpox measles
diptheria tcarlet fever etc be re-
ported to the Supqrintendentof Health
Hoard or any member of the board
and that a copy of the above resolu-
tion bo given to each newspaper for
publicatin in said county and that cop-
ies of tliis resolution be posted from
time to lime in conspicuous places in
order that the attention of the public
may be called to the neceeity of pre-
venting the spread of disease endan-
gering public health.
Signed: A. F- Hatfield Pre?. Gray
OHa. Dr. N. L. Pornwell V. P. Gate
()kla.i)r L.S. Muusell Supt. and See.
Col. Druiiunoud it former newspa-
per man of Englewood but now a cit-
izen of Heaver county Okla was here
Tuesday afternoon enroute to his tine
farm near Heaver City. Englewood
Heaver Rebekah Lodge
i Meets every other Wed-
IncMlay night. Visit ing
brothers and sisters cordi
Maude O. Tiiomam Jknnik Savaue
Sec'y. N. G
Th2 New Flag at Philadelphia.
In historic Independence Hall. Phil-
adelphia where the great document
was signed which gave the world a
new nation. Oklahoma the youngest
state in the union at high noon July
4 1903 dedicated with patriotic exer-
cises a new flag containing forty-six
stars and presented it to the city of
Philadelphia. The flag was made by
the "Retsy Rotses" of Oklahoma. The
city of Philadelphia in return for the
compliment paid to the city where the
nation was born dedicated a new flag
made in Philadelphia nd officially pre-
sented it to Oklahoma through the
committee which brought the Oklaho-
ma flag to Philadelphia.
The ceremonies were preceded by a
street parade which ended at the "Cra-
dle of Liberty" then followed the an-
nual independence day exercises
At the stroke of 12 o'clock the Okla-
homa: flag was run up on the flag-staff
of Independence Hall and at the same
moment Mayor Reyburn of Philadel-
phia touched a button which notified
patriotic crowds in Oklahoma that
their flag floated proudly over the spot
where the "Old bell proclaimed liber-
ty throughout the land." As the flag
straightened out in the breeze thou-
sands assembled in the square sang the
"Star Spangled Banner" and Post IS
G. A. R. fired sixty-eight guns as a
greeting to the new state and the na-
tion. All hail OKLAHOMA.
We are a little behind the times
however still on earth. These fine
rains have been making us so busy that
we could not possibly find time to tell
the good old story.
We have not had finer prospects for
crops for the past four years than we
now have in the easti-rn part of the
county. Some corn is in the tassel and
the ground is soaked with water.
Crops are better cared for this year
than usual too.
The band boys of Speermore con-
ducted the big picnic at Taf t Grove on
the Fourth. Wet weather made it a
little disagreeable but all report a
rousing good time.
The Sand Rats were beaten in the
firsf ball game with Cline but put Wy-
anett in the shade 10 to 3.
Mrs E. B. Wells is catalogued sick.
E. B. Zugg met with a painful and
serious accident at the Seacord cross-
ing on the Kiowa last week. He was
hauling a load of groceries for theTaft
store. His wagon upset on the bank
before entering the water catching
him beneath the boxes etc.' and re-
broke for the third time has stiff knee.
Dr. Cornwell who attended same sta-
ted that it is the worst break he has
seen in ten years. Patient is doing
well at this writing. Miss Seacotd
being the only one of the family at
homo at the time of the accident
displayed a rare trait of feminine
poise in fording the stream unhitch-
ing one of Mr. Zugg's horses and rid-
ing across the prairie for the doctor.
A few from here have gone to har-
vest in eastern Oklahoma but not as
many as usual.
We are listening daily to hear the
toot toot of our new railroad. We
believe in boosting the railroad when
by co doing we benefit ourselves.
Surely no one would not be benefitted
with u railroad here. Some of us are
willing to lift with all our strength
and then maybo hitch the mules on
jut to help out.
Pure lard at 10c per lb. at the City
Meat Market. Ask for wholesale
price. Lard bucket taken in trade.
T. P. Braid wood.
T. C. Braidwood
BRAIDWOOD (Wl SON
FIDELITY ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Do a General Abstract Business.
Accuracy Guaranteed and Prompt
Iron tin and most prepared roofings are really
never nam tor. Dccnuso thov need nalntintr or
coatintr cverv vcar or two. If vou add to tho cost of these
roofings tho cost of painting during tho number of years in ser-
vice you will readily understand why
J-M ASBESTOS ROOFING-
which needs no coating is tho "chcapest-per-year" Roofing.
It will not rot or rust; is permanently durable and resist fire.
No acids chemical fumes gases heat or cold can afTect it. Costs
less than slate iron or shingles. Can bo applied by anyone.
Ante for nniplcH unit prlcon.
tf. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE COMPANY
Mt-SJJOS N. Third St. ST. LOUIS MO.
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A dog sat out in the midnight chill
and howled at the beaming moon. hit
knowledge of music was strictly nil
and his voice was out of tune. And he
howled and howled as the hours went
by while dodging the bricks we threw
till the moon was so low in the west-rn
sky and his voice had plit in two.
And there wasn't a thing at which to
howl over which a fool pup should
weep and the course of that dog was
wrong and foul for the people were
wild to sleep. There are plenty of
men like that blamed fool hound who
yell when there's nothing wrong
disturbing the country with sense
less sound the pessimist's doleful
song. Walt Mason.
Jim Womack is here from Beaver
county. He is located about twelve
miles southwest of Beaver City and
likes the country very much. Waton-
Wanted. A good hustler in every
town to sell our perfect water filters
retailing from $1.50 to 8 00 100 per
cent profit to agents exclusive terri
tory Seneca Filter Co. Senaca Mo.
For Final Proof Money
AND FARM LOANS
See A. F. ROCK
BEAVER OKLA. and LIBERAL KANS.
Also if you have Relinquishments Deeded
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r4i will milt Ttra & rtimantnt ru-
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Land. School Land. Farms or Ranches to
sell list them with me at either office.
W. A. B R 1 G G S
1st door east of Land Office
0. C. WYBRANT-
1st door east of Land Office.
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA.
R. E. Dickson. A. S. Dickson
DICKSON and DICKSON
Will practice in all the courts County
Territorial nnd Fedoral.
BEAVER - - - OKLAHOMA.
MUNSELL & LONG
pinjstciaus anb Surgeons.
Piles cured. Glasses fitted with
J. W. CULWELL.
Attorney and Counselor at law.
Filings Final Proofs Contests and
General Land Work.
DEAN & STEPHENSON
Practice in all Courts.
'Land and Co" mine re i al Law a
HOOKER and WOODWARD. OKLA.
CLYDE H. WYAND.
Land Office Business a Specialty.
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA
C. W. HEROD
Attorney and Counsel-
or at Law
Land Practice a specialty
DR. J. A. MILLER
I have located in Beaver for the
praotice of dentistry in all its branch-
es. Plato work a specialty I will be
absent from my office one week begin-
ning with the first Monday in each
J A. Millxb
City Meat Market
W. Q. STRANATHAN Prop.
Strictly Sanitary. All Kinds of Fresh Clean Meat.f (Pure Lard an
C. W. H0SKINS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Fine and complicated watch work a specialty. At Gem
of Liberal Kansas
yes ihey sell coal and when you
are in search of a place where
you can buy coal the most rea-
sonable call at Craig Bros. when
in Liberal. They will treat
And everything that goes to make up a complete
Grocery establishment. Flour Feed and
supplies of all kinds. No need to go
elsewhere for anything in our line.
Our prices are right.
DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT.
J. R. Bolin Robt. Hall O. C. Armstrong
B0LIN HALL & COMPANY.
Coal Posts and Wire
Eclipse Wind Mills
Lincoln Paints & oils.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Jewelry Silverwaro Optical Goods Cut Glass Diamonds Watches Clocks
Art Goods and Fine China. PIANOS and OROANS. Stores in' Liberal
Kansas and Hooker Oklahoma
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