The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 10, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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dence Telephone Number Twenty-live.
BEAVER - - OKLA
DR. J. A. MILLER
I have located in Beaver for the
practice of dentistry in all its branch-
es. Plate work a specialty. I will be
absent from my ollico ono week begin-
ning with the first Monday in each
J. A. Millkf
R. E. Dicknn. ASDhjkson
DICKSON U DICKSON
BEAVER . . ' . OKLAHOMA
0. C. WYBRANT.
1st door east of Land Office.
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Practice in all Courts.
"Land and Commercial Law a
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THATT THE IDEA
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most popular print-shop in
Beaver county. Make us prove
it with your next JOB ORDER
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An Auto Accident
Lat Sunday evening btweon tho
hours of nine and ten o'clock tho
Leach automobile which was full of
young people stopped nt the 1'uhr
home and one of the young ladies re-
quested the young people inside to
get into Mr. Conwell's auto and drive
west of town with them for they had
something to show them. Two couple
got Into Conwell's auto and took the
lead to the place designated. When
they reached the supposed location
Conwell stopped his ear supposing
the machine in the rear would stop
also but the halt was so sudden or un-
noticed by Lin Leach and he crashed
into the auto in front badly damag-
ing the Leach machine. Luckily no
one was hurt but the damage will en-
tail considerable expense. Conwell
claims It wai not his fault because it
was bright moonlight and that his
hall could easily have been observed.
The Globe is convinced that both
young men are altogether too reckless
In driving their autos and hopes tint
this accident will teach both judge-
ment enough to be cautious in the fu-
ture. Conwell Is not an experienced
driver having had only a few week's
practice Meade (Kans.) Globe..
One Hundred Bills to Become
Laws After June 10
Over 100 nets passed by tho last leg-
islature somo of them of general char-
acter and of great importance will be-
come effective June 10. Acts not bear-
ing tho emergency clause do not go
Into effect until 00 days after tho ad
Journment of the legislature the con
stitution makers intending that tho
delay should give tho people an op-
portunity to Invoke the referendum on
any measure they desired. A large
number of the acts to go iDto effect
are for appropriations for the next two
fiscal years and the appropriations
could not become available until July
1st even though the bills carried the
Among the more important laws
that will become effective June 10 un-
less referendum petitltions are filed
against them are : Creating a minor's
lien; prohibiting the screening of coal
before weighing; fixing a penalty for
misappropriation of public funds or
the interest on them; olTerlng state
rewards of t&0 for the arrest of horse
or inula thieves; tho Franklin Child
labor law; tho bill for tho sale of the
school lands; amendments to the tax
ferrit law passed by tho first legisla-
ture provided that tho ferrets shall
not go back of statehood in digging up
property that has escaped taxation;
Keyes game luw ; the uniform negotia-
ble instrument law; requiring foreign
corporations to maintain resident
state agents at the seat of the govern-
ment; juvenile court law; general
primary and general election laws; and
tho law preventing the issuing ol
script as pay for labor by corporations
Laws of miscellaneous character are ;
authorizing county commissioners to
appropriate 1300 for county institute
awards; fixing a penalty for misrepre-
senting fruit trees and shrubs while
lolling them; repealing law permit-
ting county com"issionors to employ
expert accountants; authorizing pen-
sions for disabled firemen; creating
state dairy commission underdirection
of board of agriculture ; governing the
practice of pharmacy ; making disposi-
tion of liquor to minor or person of
unsound mind a felqny; authorizing
land commissioners to sell public lands
for townsltes; requiring cotton gin-
nors to make semi-annual reports un-
der oath; for statu board to examine
and register nurses; providing rail-
roads chartered before statehood shall
be required to pay incorporation fee:
only on part of lino in Oklahoma.
State Farm Loans
The following loans wero mado to
Beaver county farmers for the week
ending May SOth by the School Land
Win. II. Ilogsott Beaver Beaver
Geo. G. Wright
Chas. W. Bridwell
Win. P. Woffard
Government Lands Easy to
Not necessary to live a day on them
to obtain title A limited number of
U S. Government Land Certificates
for ale. Can bo used to obtain title
to any Government timber or agricul
tural land in the United States or Al-
aska. Price $25 per acre.
Send for free Information.
H. B. Senders & Co.
Salt Lake City Utah
Send the Herald to a friend in the
East or some other place.
vjgr B(J TcuiunrtBc"L
Tuft Opens Seattle Exhibit
Seattle. June 1. Pressing tho key of
virgin gold studded with Alaskan nug-
gets President Taft today sent a signal
Hashing over the continent from Wash-
ington to Seattle that caused the gates
of a magic city of delight to swing
open to u clamorous crowd of eager
thousands. In this history making
moment there was spread before the
exultant spectators a panorama un-
known and unparalleled the spec-
tacle of a "fair that was ready."
Whistles shrieked and the guns of the
warships In harbor boomed as the bar-
riers that held back the waiting people
were opened and the grounds were
deluged with an ocean of huminity
that tilled the stately buildings toover-
flowing. New Grocery Alanagemcnt
The Lohstroh grocery changed hands
the latter part of last week. Tho new
at the same stand. Mrs. Lohstroh
contemplates going to LaKemp to en-
gage in the restaurant business.
Aten Past Fifty in Danger
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Foley's Kidney
Remedy especially for enlarged pros-
trate gland which Is very common
among elderly men. L. E. Morris
Dexter Ky. writes: "Up to n year
ago my father suffered from kidney
and bladder trouble and several phy-
sicians pronounced It enlargement of
the prostrate gland and advlied fan
operation. On account of his age we
were afraid he could not stand It and I
recommended Foley's Kidney Remedy
and the first bottle relieved him and
after taking the second bottle he was
no longer troubled with this com-
plaint." For sale by F. C. Tracy.
160 acres good farm land mile
south and 2 miles west of Beaver City
county seat of Beaver county. Write
or see A. G. TIIomas owner Beaver
Western Farm Lands
Wo arc selling farm lands in Nevada
for $2.03 per ncre. Only 25 cents per
acre down and the balance at 1 cent
per day dayable monthly. Agents
H. B. Sanders & Co.
511 Judge Building
Salt Lake Cityt Utah.
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HERALD Beaver. Okla.
OUR SPECIALTIESElk Sole
Shoes Water Proof and FIRE PROOF.
Shoes The Newest Spring Stvles
HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED
OXFORDSPatent Leather Vici Chocolate Tan and Wine for
Men Women and Children in sizes quantities styles and
prices that will fit your foot and suit your taste as well as your
purse. ... For nine years we have each year bought larger
of the old reliable SELZ SHOES than during the previous
year and this year we carry the largest line of new blYLlSH
SHOES in Beaver County. : : : :
No Need to Argue About
The Quality of Selz Shoes
SELZ SHOES are worn by more people in the United States
than any other make of shoes. The manufacturers of Selz
Shoes cannot afford to put poor material in their shoes. They
have the reputation of making the highest grade of shoes on the
market and the name "SELZ" is a GUARANTEE of its QUALITY
STYLE DURABILITY and COMFORT. : : :
25000 Dealers in the United States
Carry "SELZ" SHOES We
only place you can get them
FRED C. TRACY'S
P. S.A Consignment of Spring Dry Goods Received
Our Specialties Work Shoes
that stand the work
Another County of Greer
By a proclamation issued Wednes-
day morning by Governor Haskell Ok-
lahoma now has seventy-six counties.
The proclamation declares that the
election recently held for the forma-
tion of Harmon carried and that Mol-
lis was the county seat. The new
county of Harmon comprises 513
square miles and is taken off the south
and west portions of old Greer county.
Greer county when it was secured
from Texas during the Cleveland ad-
ministration was one of the largest
counties In old Oklahoma and since
Harmon county has been taken off it
has but 590 square miles left. This
makes three counties cut out of Greer
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sell them as CHEAP as
in Beaver County is at
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.
At your-service with sl
complete line of Notions
We jhave everything us-
ually found in a general
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE!.
And our prices are always right
We invite you to come in and see
Beaver Racket Store
THE : AVIOHITA ; EAGLE.
COST-5 Cents a Line (0 words count as a line In the. CnM-of -caih
business.) 15 cents minimum charge.
Mail to The Wichita Eagle Wichita Kansas
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any of those 25000 and
Specialties Women's Shoes
that have the STYLE
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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 10, 1909, newspaper, June 10, 1909; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68744/m1/4/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.