The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 1, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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C. W. HOSKINS
Watch-maker and Jeweler
Fine and complicated watch work a specialty.
. " MAKE FINAL PROOF
THOS. P. BRA1DWOOD
United States Commissioner
Promptness and Accuracy Always
BEAVER WWW MQ$Eb.
Our house is one of the BEST m town and first class In every reupce
Tables supplied with the best tho market affords and rates very reasonable
Every courtesy extended.
WE HAVE ON HAND AT ALL TIMES
LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL
Sash Doors Moulding Porch Columns Tar
Building Paper Rubber Roofing Brick
Lime Acme Plaster Portland Ce-
ment and Brick. Also the
Famous NIGGER HEAD Coal lump and nut.
Highest Market Price Paid for Your Wheat. Call see us before you buy.
BOLIN HALL & COMPANY
Yards at LIBERAL KAN. TYRONE and HOOKER OKLA.
ELLWOOD and ROYAL Hog Fence
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Liberal - - Kansas
Jewelry Silverware Optical Goods Cut Glass Diamonds Watches Clocks
Art Goods and Fine China. PIANOS and ORGANS.
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Come in. and Get Ovir Prices.
We can give you printing that Will bring
results we .furnish stock cuts in all sizes.
Muslin. Manila Board; or Poster Paper Bills
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Railroad Time Tabic
Kmdbound No. -1 0:52n. in
0:0.) i in
..0:11 p. in
Westbound No! 8
No. 1 . 11:10a.
Eastbomut No. 1 8:25 a. in.
No. 2 3:2op. in.
Westbound No. 1 J2 :48 a. m.
No. 3 . 11 s20 p. in
Eastbound No. 518 o.80r. in.
Westbound No. 617 4:30 p. ni
Daily Alail Schedule
Departs 6:00 a.m.
Arrives .4:80 p. m
Departs .. . . 7:00 a. ni
Arrives... . . . . &:15p. m.
Depnrts . ... 0:00 a m
Arrives 0:80 p. in
Departs 7:00 a. in
Arrives B:40p. in
CLEAR LAKE OKLAHOMA
(Tuesday Thursday and Satjrdny)
Dopurts 0.00a. in
ArriveB ..... 0:00 p. in
Church and Society Directory.
Service every Sunday morning and
evening. Sunday School at 10:00 a. in
W. ii. Leonard Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning'' and
evening. Sunday School at 10 o'clock
Jab. Lalmnoer Pastor.
Auxiliary to Presbyterian Church
meets eyory Thursday afternoon at the
homes of the members. Entertains
the public first Thursday night of each
month. Everybody invited.
Mrs. W. B. Leonard Prea.
Auxiliary to M. E. Church meets
avory AVednesday afternoon with the
Mns. J. D. Niles Pres.
Preaching every Lord's Day morning
at 11:00 o'clock and evening at 7:80
o'clock. Bible School at 10:00 A. M
All are most cordially welcome at any
andall services of the church.
Rev. R. R. CoiTey PnBtor.
Ltidtes' Auxlllery to the Christian
church. Meets every Tuesday after-
pooji at tlm homed of the members
Work always' on hand. Members al-
ways urged to attend and others cor-
Mrs. J. R. QuinnPres.
Y. P. 8. C. E.
Union Young Peoples' Society of
Christian Endeavor meets eacii Sun-
dt night at 7:00 p.m. with the
All Endeavorers arp urged to
be present and on time. Everybody
heartily welcome. Business meeting
Ittbt Friday nighl of eacn month.
Maude Thomas Pres.
Notice for Publication
Department ot the Interior D. 6. Land Office at
Woodward Okla. April 6 1&9.
Notice is hereby given that Frank C. Jonos
ot BalLo Okla. ffho on Dec. ?8 1903 made
HE No ... . for SH of SW k gft 0f SEK sec. S3.
r 3 N of R 23 ECM. has filed notice of Intention
to make final five year proof to establish claim
to theland above described before Thomas P
Braldnood U. 6. Commissioner at his office
Beaver Okla. on the"l9th day of July 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses; Zed Seal o
Tapley Okla.; Oreeloy Thompson of Beavor
Okla.; George Brake and Charles A. Eg both
of Balko Oklahoma.
6-10 7-15 Geo. D. Obkeb. Register.
Notlco fur Publication
Department of the Interior O S
Land Office at Woodward Okla. April 6 190
Nollcfl la hereby given that Isaao ShocUer
ot Balko okla. wlio on Airll . mi made
OK No. . . tor the Northwest Quarter
section 28 tovnihlp 2 north of" range 22
E.C.M. bas filed notice ot intention to make
final Five Year proof to establish claim to
tbeland above descilbed before Tbouiai P
Braldwood U 8. Commleslouer at bis office in
Beaver Oklahoma on tits 19th day of July
Claimant names ns witnesses: Fred A. Kirk.
Sherman Enterliue Charles T. Uardner and Q
B Law son all of UhILo Oklahoma
b 10 7-15 Geo. D. Obnes Register.
Notice For Publication
Department ot the Interior U. S Land Office at
Woodward Oklahoma liar 1 lm
Notice Is berebgiven that Martin J. Samtord
of Lorena okla. who on February 23 1907
madeHBNo.ai5b7.forN!iSEWBec.7 Twp 1
N Range 21. B 0 M has filed utlcs ot intention
to make final commutation proof to establish
claim to the land aboiedesoribed before F. B.
nealy n TJ. 8 Commissioner for the Western
PUtrict at her offlcfl at Ts rone okla. on the
SOtll diy of June 1M3
Claimant rwine as witnesses William T.
FHnt.Mason MrMarlcle.Crrus Y. Etephensoil.
It E. Wooden all ot Lorena Okla
S-20 ft-21 Geo D. Oukeb ItesUter.
. G. H. RUSH
Fresh and Salt Meat
Cash Paid For Hides
Phono No 88
Beater. -:- - -;- Okla
Notice Know all men by these pres-
ents that I Shadrnch II Armstrong
luivo coul oil for tmlo at 1ft cents a gal-
lon. 'Homo say it ain't good nil but I
say It is. 1 will also tic your broom
corn one half for tho other. 1 crush
I'orn ivery Thursday by toll gate.
Turkeys pluked very promptly nny day
of week. Horseshoeing a spcolaltj at
six bib around. Watch and pistol re-
pairing guaranteed llioes half soled
while you wait. Umbrellas Hxcd nnd
ax handles made for 15 cents. Will
tench southern harmony and the fiddle
combine for $3 mo. Pictures enlarged
by a new process nnd my hot tamale
and hair oil receipt go 380 days for 26
centB. Ilaircuttingonly on Saturday
evening 20 cents a head. A good
stripper con forsnle Also agents for
the Jones Wagon Hpist the Tom Mc-
Ellrath Tobacco Duster nnd Foot's
Medical Advertiser. Rufe Langstron
is my attorney and my terms are cash
first because I know you; second
because 1 don'tknow you An adver-
tisement In Owensboro Ky paper
What it Looks Like
Little Elsie aged three who was
walking in the garden with lir n use
one evening caught sight of tho thin
crescent of tho new moon hanging
low in the wcBt nnd exclaimed in
"Oh look look nurslo ! Tho moon's
all gone away and there Isn't anything
left but just its skin!" The Deline-
ator for July.
A Bad Guess
A lady passing along the street one-
frosty morning saw a little fellow
scntteringsalt upon the pavement for
the purpose of melting the ice.
"Well I'm sure" snld the lndy
"thnt's real benevolence."
"Oh no ma'am" he replied. "It
ain't benevolence its salt." Tho De-
lineator for July
Oklahoma Post No. 4 Grand
Army of thu Republic.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sat-
urday of the month at U:0C
p in. Visiting comrade
J R Quinn Com.
I. S. Drummonu Adj
Bettver Lodge No. 128 Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons.
Meets 1st and 8rd Saturday
nights of each mouth. Mem-
bers of the order fthvavs wel
coinc.E. D. MAiiRiq'OANn W.'M
Pioneer Lodge No
Order of Odd Fel-
lows meets ever
Monday night. Visiting members ol
tho order invited
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C. O. DkGraw
Reaver Lodge No. 7
Knights of Pythias
rMeet in Castlo Halt
every Tuesday night
Visiting brothers wel
H P. Gaujiktt O .C
Blancihrii K ot R. and S.
Camp No. 7788 Mod-
em Woodmen of Amer-
ica meets every 2nd
N Ighbors in good
T G Down a
Laurel Camp No. 3991
Royal Neighbors of
Meet each First
Thursday night of the
Neighbors Invited to
Maude O. TnoitAB Oracle.
Beaver Rebekah Lodge
Meets every 2d & 4th Sat-
urdav nicht. Vi si tine
brothers and sisters cordi-
Miss Mar Matle Bessie Sims
N. Q. Sec.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior. U. S Land Office at
Woodward Oklahoma April Sgth 1903.
IJotlce Is.heteby given that John J. Wolfing-
ton ot Hibbs. Okla. who on Oct. 27th 1903.
made HE Ho. lj'SII tor f ot Sec. 15 Twp 5
north ot Range 22 E.C.M has filed notice of hi-
tentlon to nuke final five rear proof to es
tabllsh claim to the land above described before
Thomas P. Brnldwood U B. Commissioner at
his office in Beaver okla. on the 26th day of
Claimant names as witnesses John N. Harvey
Robert ILTaylor. E.M.Evans. W. O Evans
allot Illbbs. Okla.
5-20 6-24 Geo. D. Obheb Register.
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior U 8. Laud OfTkeat
Woodward Okla. April 2illl 1909.
Notice i hereby git en that Leroy William-
son ot Balko Oklahoma w' 0011 May 6th 1903
made homestead entry No for North East
Quarter of Section 23 Township 3 North of
Ran; 22 EC. M . has filed notice of intention
(o make Final Commutation Proof to eatablUh
claim to the land nbore described before
Thomas P. Braldwood U. S Commissioner at
his ofllce In Beaver Oklahoma on the g?th
day of Jul) 1909.
Claimant names as nltneos Thomas O.
BraldwooM James L Landcaiter James E.
Terbyne Ed F Fowler all ot Balko. Oklahoma.
6-2i 7-2U GfdD. Obniu Reaiiter
Archer S. Barrow
Auctioneer and Live Stock HlmmRTt
Will cry niilea niiywhure. Address
Gloria. Oklahoma. R. V D. No. 2.
BRAIDWOOD a SfN
FIDELITY ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Do a Gonoral Abstract Businoss.
Accuracy Guaranteed and Prompt
He It Resolved:
That we the tencherp. of Henrei
1'ount.r in Institute nssembled do
hereby express ourwlncere thnnkR.
FlrHtly To our County (Superin-
tendent Mr. Mceke for the sincere
Interest he tins manifested In n nw
to'iohere. We nre pleased to know
tlmt we hare n n leader of our pub-
lic schools ii mnn of such splendid
nmtllllcntlonq nnd ndiulrehlm tor his
llnnnesfi nloug nil moral llnvp.
Secondly To our Conductor. Prof.
Pe rr for the ureat nnd successful
fflorts he hns put forth In otir4)ehaH
nnd our nppreclntlon In deeper than
thnnkH lor the Influence he hH yield-
ed over our lives luti'llcclunlly nior-
ully nnd splrltunlly.
Thirdly To Prof. Bun.vrtrd for his
until Iiir Interests his clear nnd annl-
vtlcal methods In the preReutnttoii
ot his work He will long be remem-
bered by up as an Instructor.of abili-
ty with nil necessary qualifications
of an educator.
Fourthly I o Mrs. Vogt to whom
we feel that we are unable to express
onr high esteem and regard for the
"(forts Jie has put forth lu our liter
iry olocutlounry and especially tnti
rtlcal Interests It In uselesR to nay
no those who know her that out
lives have been mnde better more re
Inert and that our appreciation foi
he true and the beuutllul has been
Increased as a result ot her Instruct-
ion. Flftly To MNr Lena Wright for
the Interest she has manifested In us
during tho entire term. We. ns a
body of teacherB readily recoKulzi-
her qualifications an an Instructor
and rind lu her an unusual amount
of ability us a humorist.
In conclusion we wUli to express
our thanks to the people of the town
for the kindness they liavH shown us
And Belt further Resolved That
ii copy of these resolutions be handed
to each ot the paper ot the town
f Mavdk Tatmih
'Committee W. 8. Hkiwino
I II. L. Henbon.
It Takes Courage
To speak1 tho truth vher by ft little
prevarication you can get some great
To live according to your convictions
To be what you are and not pretend
what you are not.
To live honestly within your means
and not dishonestly upon the means of
When mortified nnd embarrassed by
humiliating disaster to seek in the
wreck or ruin tho elements of future
To throw up a good position with a
good salary when It Is the only busi-
ness you know and you have a family
depending Upon you because .it doet
not have your unqualified approval.
To refuse to buckle andbend the
knee to tho wealthy even though
To refuse to make a living in a ques
To refuse to do a thing which you
think is wrong because It is customary
and done in trade.
To bo talked about and yet remain
silent when a word would justify you
in the eyes of other but you caniiol
speak without Injury to another.
To face slander and lies and to car
ry yourst-lf with cheerfulness grad-
and dignity for years before tho lie can
To stand erect while others nro bow-
ing and fawning for praise and power
to remain In honest poverty while
others grow rich by questionable meth-
ods. To say "No" squarely when thost
around you say "yes."
To do your duty in silence obscurit
and poverty while others about you
prosjper through neglecting or violat-
ing sacred obligations.
Not to bend the knee to popular pre-
A Rare Document
E D Clevenger of Lorona Okla.
was in town Saturday and in the
course of a llttlo social visit with him
he showed us a rare old document
which was very interesting. The old
instrument was written on parchment
yellow with age but still in a state of
line preservation. It was a patent fo
100 acres of land in Illinois the north-
east quarter of 9-3-8 tho number of
thrt patent being 443 Jt was issued in
August 1833 hy James Monroe Presi
dent to Jamea and John Dunlop. It
b n rare thing to see a document of
such great age. Liberal (Kaus ) lude
T. M. Latham Appointed
Sheriff by Commissioners
Tom Latham was appointed sheriff of
Texas county by the Boaid qf County
Commissioners In special session Fri-
day afternoon. As It was generally
understood that Mr Latham would be
appointed no surprise wbb sprung.
Tom Latham is a good Democrat a
fearless man and one well qualified for
the place. We believe Tom will make
Texas county a good sheriff.
As stated last week Mr. Latham wan
next highest mnn In the primary in
which Mr. Walkup was nominated nnd
was the logical man for the place. lie
wns endorsed by nearly evei'y demo-
cratic central committeeman in tho
county. Guy mon Democrat.
Docs Your Big Toe Ever
Tuskaloosa Aln . June 23. Almet
Skeesics rii D professor of psych-
ology at the University of Alabama
has made a most important and in-
After years of observation and ex-
periment Profejsor Skesics affirms that
wheuecer a man tells a He he wiggles
his great toe.
The learned professor declares t Is
impossible for any man by any exer-
cise of will to prevent one or the
other of his big toes from wiggling
when ho is telling a falsehood. This
reilex force is excited by the man'
subconscious radio mental activity.
But the explanation is somewhat ab.
struse and technical. To put it plainly
the man who is falsifying thinks to
himself "you know you're a liar" and
then his toe wiggles.
The witty Professor Skeesics sayg
shoes were given to man to conceal .his
thoughts. He adds that if all men
went barefooted the race would soon
be regenerated freed of guile and
falsehood; forwfiat's the use ot lying
if you know you're going to be caught?
A Picnic Sandwich
The sandwich is the picnic stand-by
of course and unusually good ones can
be made by baking a pan of littlu
round rolls cutting the tops nearly off
tv'hcn they are cold scooping out some
of the crumb and filling them with
chicken chopped and reduced fo a
stiff paste with cream. They may be
seasoned highly with salt and black
pepper and celery bait If liked. Wom-
an's Home Companion tor July. l
Cheyenne Wyo June 23 Wyom-
ing this year will produce 40000000
pounds of wool for which the growets
will receive 18000000 gross according
to conservative estimates. The clipa
average close to eight pounds a fleece
and some ot the wool has sold for 28
cents a pound. All records for the
wool clip have been broken and 'that
of 1907 which was the banner year is
exceeded by nearly 4000.000 pounds.
FOR' BALE A four-year-old red
Pole Bull. One mile north and one-
half mile west of Clear Lake. A.W.
Staatz 6-24 7 15 '
Day or Night
"I would lay awake for lioura
without any apparent cause or
dream terrible dreams which
would bring on extreme spells
of nervousness. After taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine and Tonic
for awhile I could sleep well
and the nervou? spells have left
me." MISS ALMA HUG
R R No. 4 Canal Dover Ohio.
Without sleep the nervous
system soon becomes a wreck
and the healthful activity of ail
the organs obstructed. Restful
body-building sleep accompanies
the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine
because it soothes the irritable
nerves and restores nervous
energy. When taken a few days
according to directions the most
restless sufferer will find sleep
natural and healthful. Get a
bottle from your druggist. (Tak
it all according to directions and
if it does not benefit he will r
turn your moncx.
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