The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 1, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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MAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED BVEUY THURSDAY.
Knlflrod at tho postofflco at Boar Oklahoma
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application. Prices reasonable.
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Albert Wellborn Attorney
W I. Bennlsley
1). P. Miller
J W Cillwell
G W Meeks
Ada H Smith
G 0 Mnpliut
iJ C Lewis
A V Hatfield
Supt. of School
KejjlBter of Deeds
Com. let District
Com. l!d District
Com 8d District
The First Monday In January March
May July September and November.
U. S. Land Office Woodward
K 8 Wiggins - - Kecelvor
Geo. D. Omer - - Register
District Court Officers.
Hon. H. II. Loofbourrow Judge
Hon. JohnEmbry U. S. Attorney
John It. Abornuthy U. S Marshal
W. T. Qulnn District Clerk
Tho First Monday in January April
July and October.
L. S. MUNSELL M.D.
Answers : Professional : Calls
N10HT AND DAY.
In a Horsomobilc that docs
not balk or stick in the band.
DOCTOR NW LON
Special attention pnid to Surgery and
Diseases of Woman.
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls answered in Automobile Hnsl-
tlujace Telephone Number Twenty-live.
BEAVER - - OKLA
DR. J. A. MILLER
I have located in Reaver for the
practice of dentistry in all its branch-
es. Plate work a specialty. I will be
absent from my ollfco one wcok begin
ning with tho first Monday in each
J. A. MtMKII
11. E. Dickson A. 8. Dickson
0. C. WYBRANT.
1st door east of Land Ofllce.
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA.
W. A. B R I G Q S
1st door east of Land Olluio
WOODWARD - OKLAHOMA.
DEAN & STEPHENSON
Practtco in all Courts.
T"Land and Com m o ro i a 1 Law a
HOOKER and WOODWARD. OKLA
Latest Railroad Dope
The Oklahoma City Times last Sat-
urday referring to railroad construc-
tion in Oklahoma says:
"From a strictly reliable sourco tho
Times is In recolpt of Information to
the ellect that a northwestern railroad
from Dcuntson Texas through Okla-
homa City crossing southwest Kansas
mid into Colorado is a certainty.
"Following the decision of the Kan-
sas City Southern people to extend
their lines Fouth through Oklahoma
City and into Texas the purchase by
John W. Gates of local terminal fa-
e.illdes for the Wichita Falls A North-
western the announcement is now
made that the Gould interests have
concluded to fill the gap between their
Texas and Kansas lines and that they
will bulla the division known as the
"From Denlson the Northwestern
line will be constructed to Oklahoma
City and from til point a northwest-
erly course through Watonga Wood-
ward Heaver Liberal KanH.Granado
Colo. to Pueblo will be taken.
"This now line will open up to Okla-
homa City the largest cattle country In
tuo ?Qiunwest aim uesiues will open
i mining territory not heretofore
reached from Oklahoma City except
by an out-of-thc-wny route.
"It was stated positively Saturday
by a prominent business man who is In
n position to know that the North-
western is now a certainty and actual
construction on tho road will be begun
vl till ii six months
"Tho Gould system Is not the only
jiio interested in getting a line through
Oklahoma and representatives of two
othor great trunk lilies have been sent
Into tho territory to mako investiga-
Thle sounds good but it is not a rail-
rond. However it will or has hud an
effect that may ultimately bo of value
to this section of the state. Having
m view the Inlluoneosuch rail connec-
tion would turn to her most danger-
his rival for state capital honors
Uuthriois beginning to tako notice.
In tho Stuto Caprtai of June Jst I.N.
SmitliHou sizes up tho situation there
"For some time a movement' has
been on foot at Oklahoma City to
build a railroad from that point tu
Trinidad Colorado and the logic of
the situation is if Guthrie nhould fail
to cinch the proposed Mountain
Plains A Valley railroad tho Oklaho-
ma Clty-Trinldad road will be built
for western Oklahoma is clamoring for
better railroad facilities. Their trade
and friendship will go with tho rail-
road whether to Oklahoma City or
Guthrie tho one that assists tli'oin In
procuring a railroad outlet.
"It Id safe to assume that there will
not be two east and west lines of rail-
road constructed through this section
of country nnil If through shortsight-
edness (jtithrie should allow this gold-
en opportunity to pass Oklahoma
City will tako up tho project and for-
over close tho door to this empire of
trade possibilities now in its infancy
but which will develop and increase
rapidly from your to year. With the
road to Guthrie tills will be true as to
Oklahoma City. We aro playing for a
big stake and must win or quit tho
These views aro slgnlllcant and hope
inspiring because thoy indicate that
tho two loading cities of tho state are
now anxious to secure direct railroad
connection with this section of tho
state. Heretofore thoy have scorned
iiidilTorout ; but since they arc now
looking this woy for new trade terri-
tory their inlluonco with railroad pro-
motors and builders will bo greater
limn that of all the settlers and other
business interests in tho live north-
west counties. It looks good; lotus
work with them. Ft. Supply Republi-
can. For Sale.
100 acres good farm land ?. mile
south mid l! m'.lcs west of Heaver City
county seat of Heaver county. Write
or seu A. Q TIIomais ownof Reaver
All Aboard for the Aloon
Professor Davitl Todd 6f Amherst
and Leo StoveiiB the New York uero-
naut who hope to establish commuiii
cation with Mars by means of wireless
signals from a balloon have made prep-
arations for n trial trip in their aerial
According to their plans tho great
trip will be from some point In Ohio
which Is believed to bo the state near-
est to Mnrs and will take ploco In Sep-
tember when the neighboring planets
will be in much closer proximity to the
earth than now.
During August Profeesor Todd and
Mr. Stephens will tako regular exer
cise at breathing tank oxygon in an
airtight compartment to acclimate
them to life in the air-tight aluminum
compartments in which they will be
penned the greater part of their High
to signal Mars.
Mr. Stevens and the Profepsor have
placed orders In France for a npcctul
barograph and other Instruments for
their flight. Ten miles of a specially
made wire will be paid out so that the
two men can keep In touch with the
earth. This will weigh about i!C0
To Freshen Flowers.
If cut (lowers from the florist's or
garden are placed as soon as posa'Me
in cold water in which a little mild
soap has been dissolved making suds
they will keep fresh much longer than
usual and will even freshen up won-
ddrfully if they have already drooped.
Also If one wishes to keep roses in bud
for some ttmo a soft thread should be
tied snugly around the bud and vjion
ready for uso oven though several
days after picking the rose will not
shatter as soon aa ordinarily. Wom-
an's Home Companion for July.
OUR SPECIALTIES-Elk Sole OUR SPECIALTIES-Children's
Shoes Water Proof and FIRE PROOF. Shoes thai will Always FIT AND WEAR.
Shoes The Newest Spring Stvles
HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED
nXFORDSPatent Leather Vici Chocolate Tan and Wine fo
V Men WnmAn nnrl Children in sizes minntietis. Stvles aild
prices that will fit your foot and suit your taste as well as your
purse. ... For nine years we have each 3 ear bought larger
stocks of the old reliable SELZ SHOES than during the previous
;year and this year we carry the largest line of new STYLISH
SHOES in Beaver County. : : : :
No Need to Argue About
The Quality of Selz Shoes
LOST Small dog white with tun
spot on head and on back near tail.
Lost about two miles west of Beaver.
Finder return to Herald ofllce.
That Looks Good
. . ON . .
Stock that is Good
THATT THE IDEA
That makes Thol Herald the
most popular print-shop in
Heaver county. Make us prove
It with your next JOB OHDEK
"Study to Please"
Western Farm Lands Ic a
We nro selling farm lands in Nevada
for ifiJ.05 per acre. Only 1?5 cents per
aero down and the balanco at 1 cent
per day dayable monthly. Agents
11. B. Sanders & Co.
511 Judgo Building '
Salt Lake City Utah.
Ono lino of Information in your home
paper may bo worth a Hfe-tlmo sub-
scription to you subscribe now!
ELZ SHOES are worn by more people in the United States v
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
sell them as CHEAP as any of those 25000 and the
in Beaver County is at
FRED C. TRACY'S
RS.A Consignment of Spring Dry Goods Received
Our Specialties Work Shoes
that stand the work
spr that have
Swkut William An old buggy can
be madu to look like new by applying
Gloss Bliwk I'orma-Lao on tho gearing.
Sold by F. O. Tracy.
Government Lands Easy to
Not necessary to live a day on them
to obtain title. . limited number of
U S. Goveraiudat Land Certificates
for -jalo. Can bo used to obtain title
to any Government timber or agricul-
tural land In tho United States or Al-
aska l'rlco $23 per aero.
Send for free Information.
II. B. Sanders & Co.
&11 Judge Building
Halt Lake City Utah
Send the IIkhald to a friend in tho
Bast or soma other place.
Is Pleasant and Effective
Constipation Stomach and
by stimulating these organs nhd
restoring their natural action.
Is best for women and chil-
dren as ORINO does not gripe
Post Office Hours
Changed by order post mastor gen-
eral. Will take effect on and after
February 1st 1009 as follows:
Lobby open from 7 A. M. to 0:30 P.
M. Olllee open for business 7 :30 A. M.
to 0 1 M. Sundays ono hour after
arrival of mail.
Jxo. It. Thomas
Herald Ads Bring Results
I will past ii ro horses and mules for
50 cents per month. Bring them to
my ranch. Plenty of grass r.uu water
G-27 0-3 J. J. Fulkkhson
A Royal Union
We are uniting these Four Useful and
Handsome Publications and will send the
.... Illustrated Sunday Edition of ....
The Wichita Eagle 32 and 42 Pages
For Five Months and
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D00K OF BARN PLANS 150 PAGES)
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FOR ONLY $1.50
A union you are suro to appreciate. Not a thing omitlfd tint
the Western render enjoy. Comic Seulion in dolors Bnnebull
Iihibiruted in Colors Theatrical Celebrities in Colors Uiniy
Summer Fashions in Coiora Aruhitcoturul Plmin tor Biingslows
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Name ...City.. '.
And everything that goes to make up a complete
Grocery establishment. Flour Feed and
supplies of all kinds No need to go -
elsewhere foranything in our line. Jr N
Our prices are right.
DON'T ASK FOR CREDIT.
Street 11. P. D-
HERALD Beaver Okla.
A L W AYS
Ai your service with l
complete line of Notions
We have 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
Get roady cash for your un-
employed possessions by using
tho classified For Sale For
Rent and Want Columns of
THE : WipiIITA : EAGLE.
as a line in tho case of cash
COST S Cents a Line (0 words count
business.. 15 cents minimum nlmrrrn
Mail to The Wichita Eagle Wichita Kansas
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The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 1, 1909, newspaper, July 1, 1909; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68747/m1/4/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.