The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 3, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 1, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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Notice to Correspondents
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and that they will continue to send in the news KVKIlY WEEK.
Wheat harvest and tho Fourth of
July nre almost here.
LaKemp is expecting to celebrate in
fino style. Tlicy will have three days'
celebration the third fourtli nnd fifth.
Mrs. Mary Unrler.who has been very
seriously III tho past week is recover-
ing at this time and Is said tn be out
Miss Lizzie Steppe ntid Mrs. Wil-
liamson arrived from Polnwatomle the
first of last week for n visit with rela-
tives in Denver county.
Mr. Vnughn nnd fnmily left for
Woods county Suturduy lavt. Mr.
Vaughn went to got harvest work nnd
Mrs. Vaughn went hoping tho trip
would Improve her health which Is
Mr. Noble Walters loft for tho Kan-
sas harvest Holds last week.
Mr. Birtllng wife nnd two little
glrlH spent Sundny ut Asa Kilos'.
Carl Uoag Is having ti siege of tho
T.Ittlo Olvde Kilo hns boon on tho
sick list for several days.
I'erry Kilo wife nnd daughter Ida.
and Grandma Kile wero out nutonio-
bilo riding Sunday evening nnd called
ut Afja Kile's uhllo on thoir trip.
Miss Lolia I'inncll spent Sunday with
Ford Model "T" Automobiles
Wait Until you Have Seen This Car Before Buying
In the Ford Model
ever announced in automobiles. CHEAP IN
guarateed by the biggest Automobile Maker
antee that means something. Designed by
never designed a failure and has more cars
j a pi 'ii' ii jarii
xnree manuiaciurers in ine umiea Maxes
The Model "T" is 4
TWENTY - HORSE
capable of iih aniles
makes it equal to most 30-iior.c; power cars. Its style work-
manship mat. lal and durability will compare favorably with any
car madebarring none.
The MaterialFord Vanadium
the sieel that is 61 percent
material and the manufacturers guarantee the axles shafts gears springs etc. of this car
will stand a tcsi FIFTY PERCENT GREATER than will be required to put any other steel in
in the junk pile. One out of every four motor cars sold this year will be a Ford Model "T."
Quantity production explains the price.
Roadsters $825 F. 0. B. DetroitToviring Car $850
Oi .JemonstraftugJ Car has Arrived
We Invite a. Thorough Inspection.
Carter Tracy Hardware Co. Ag'ts.
Miss Eflle AVade is staying at Win.
Garrett's at the present time.
Mr. nnd Mr. Less Lockhart drove
over to LaKemp Saturday last.
Mr. Ed Lllo started for the harvest
fields In Kansas Inst Monday.
Miss Roxle Powers went to stay with
Mrs. Evans a week while she stays on
The crops look fine around Kokomo.
Mrs. Ed Lilp Is batching part of the
time while her husband is gone.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Wolrey are the
proud parents of a bouncing baby girl
at their home.
John Jones was up tho past week nnd
proved up his place.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Lusk are going to
ripoud the Glorious Fourtli at LnKcmp
We are having hut wenther lately.
.Mr Hndden and daughtor nnd tho
Montgomerys wore Sunday visitors nt
Seals' were tending their crops on the
Welford Cook place.
Mcssers Lampklu nnd Cook liindc n
trip to Denver.
A. I. Smook of Ochiltreo visited n
few days in our neighborhood.
OTHER AT ANY
SggZSjjm TjtfcC IN A LOW FRJCtO CAR;
"T" Automobiles is offered the biggest value
per hour .nagnetto ignition. Its light weight
stronger than any other steel.
sprain her ankle.
Horn to Mr. nnd
Mm. Luc' Eis a
We nre needing rain again. Later
we got It.
Miss Addle Cope has gone to Alva to
visit her sister.
Willie Kile has been painting his
wind mill tower.
Hay Kile has just finished planting
his crop. He has got in a hundred
Frank Wrignt has gone to harvest.
Chnrley Cope is suffering the Incon
venience of a painfal pet on his face a
I'erry Kllo and Durs l'rics made a
trip in their auto to Glur.urc one day
Eles Kile made a trip to Deaver one
day last week in Dr. Sorry's auto.
Grandpa Kilo went over the phone
lino repairing it one dny last week.
Kay and Eles Kile made a trip to
Liberal the first of tho week after well
Mrs. Orslc Biler hag been pretty
sick tho last week.
Durs Price was helping Alfred Kile
put up alfalfa hay the first of the week.
What is the matter with ElmwooU's
Alnflf Alasl For (hodayb Hint wero
When tho Indiana roam si tin Und.
Ho owned no saddle woro no apur
Hut fought Willi hia atrong right hand.
Tho run for Oklnhom nits mndo.
Ily bravo men from tho atnles
.They norlcid with aliorol how nnd uptuln
And thought how kind wero thn Intea.
We wNh to tell of n fairer lund
'TIs tho snnny cllino of lieaTor countr.
W hero lion and hospitality Kohnnd In hand
Prorlde d by Ood'g food bounty.
Tho country Is flllod with lnsi nnd lud
And tho prnlrlo lit dottod with homes.
'Twoiild lo ii xhnmo to he crosa and sad.
When the nlr li ringing with hnppy tonus.
Tho great iron horae will aonn Ira aeon
I'lonliu Us wny up tho Heaver rlror
And tho golden mm spreads a ROldcn ahcon
Aa It acts all hlurU n quiver.
Lflt ShnkespeareVrlto no more
Lot I'oi) Ho In tho tomb
Let Hyron atiuid behind the door
And giro thla ioct room.
A June lluo.
PRICE OfLY. A car
in the worId-a guar
HENRY FORD who
in use than any other
No $5000 car contains better
for Beaver County
The wcathnr is broken once more
and everybody Is busy as bees fighting
Wheat harvest will soon be the order
of the day in these pnrtrf.
Crops look fine but Oh J My I How
those weeds do grow.
Grandma Thlessen visited atT. E.
A.M. Prltchnrd and W.M.Murray
went to Liberal Monday where they
took the train for the harvest fields In
Ed McCurdy and folk? W. E. Hus-
ted nnd family C. E. Husted and fam-
ily Mrs. W. W. Wheeler and children
visited at J. It. McCurdy's Sundny.
Also F. L. King nnd faintly and Mrs.
Mable Page und children of Kokomo
visited J. It McCurdy's Sunday.
Mrs. A.M. Prlchard vWitedatJ.lt.
Frank Reed nnd family and George
Yoncum nnd fnmily left Wednesday
for the harvest In Kansas.
Earl McCurdy has been cultivating
for H. P. Thlcssen the pnst week.
Mr. Dilldine is cultivating on Jim
Wnllace's place this week.
Ed McCurdy has been plowing for
Elmer Sweiger this week.
Tn? Silent One.
Tho Nntlonal Association of Credit
Men has recently been In session. One
of the features of the meeting was a
symposium of three minute talks on
industrial nnd business conditions.
The consensus of opinion was that the
country is rapidly recovering from the
recent depression. This opinion ap-
pears to be sustained by the facts.
The mills of Pittsburg are running
to within 10 per cent of their capacity.
Tho McKeesport Tinplate company
will spend $2000000 erecting ten more
mills and doubling Its capacity. The
Jones & McLaughlin Steel company
has restored the wages of 8000 em-
ployes. Tho Harrisburg Pipe Bend-
ing company nnd the Warwick Iron
and Steel company of Pottstown have
done the same thing. The United
States Steel corporation is spending
$3000000 on a new enrwheel plant.
The Iron Trade Review says that the
railroads of tho country are in tho
market for 60000 steel cars.
Straws show which way tho wind is
blowing nnd some of these straws nre
pretty big ones. There Is marked
improvement tho country oyer
nnd tho abuudnnt crops this
fall will completo tho forces mov-
ing toward prosperity. If nothing oi
n disturbing character occurs the fall
months will again sec tho country n
booming ns it was two years ago.
Wllliamsport (Pa.) Grit.
Young Lady of Fifteen Passes Away
After Only a Few Days Illness of
Again this weok we arc called to re-
cord tho death of one of our number.
This time it is n younjj girl of only
fifteen summers who responded to the
death call Thursday after nn illness nf
only a few days. Death was due to
Mtes Maude Allen tho subject of
this sketch hud just arrived hero from
Alva a few weeks previous to her
death for n visit with her father nnd
brother Wnltor. She had not been
collng very well but thought thnthor
trouble wns cnuscd by hnrd work in
school she just having craduatrd and
it was thought that tho visit here
would help her. Sho did feci better
too until tho first of last week when
she wns takon sick and her brother
brought her to town Wednesday for
medical treatment. Her illness was
not thought to bo serious and sho de-
cided to remain nt tho homo of D M.
Kilo nnd wife for & few days until she
should feel bolter. There did not
hcom to be any chango for tho worsu
nnd It wan not deemed ncccssnry to ud-
viso he.r parents of her illness until
Friday morning when sho suddenly
took worsu nnd in a short time had
passed nwny. Her denth wns n 'shock
to tho entire community for few peo-
ple evon know of her illness until It
was announced over tho 'phone that
she wns dend
The news of the denth of their fair
young daughter must havu been a
ihock almost too severe to overcome
for tho fond parents. Only a few
weeks previous thoy bid her goodbye
at her happy homo expecting her to
enjoy a pleasant visit with former
friends and relatives here nnd return
to them with renowed vigor and hnppy
But instead und without a word of
warning tho terrible death messngo
enmo bidding them to come at once
not to sea their rosy-cheuked darling
in life but to gnzo for tho last time
upon hor pallid check and follow the
remains of their lo;ed one to their lust
resting plnco besido that of her sister
Emma who also a young girl in her
teens was called awny from them only
about threo years ago.
Again wo ask tho question why
must this bo so? Why are tho young
for whom life seems to hold so much
called awny from those who are dear
to them and that at a moment s notice?
This girl was in her happy teens ; the
time when youth stands waiting be-
fore the half-open door that lead? Into
a fairer and more promising land of
usefulness. But as Bhe would have
entered the Messenger says "Come
this way." and He who doethall things
well says "It Is best." To that will
we must humbly bow. Of course we
do not understand we cannot under-
stand yet while th mother nnd father
brothers and sisters mourn the loss of
her who was so dear to them they do
not weep a those without hope. Their
child had lived a consecrated
christian life and died a trium-
phant nnd happy death. While
a vacancy uus ucr mi
family circle a df ar one awaits them
In that upper nnd better land where
there is no more death neither sorrow
nor weeping. "When the final sum
i.- i.nnn mir in flit
mons comes may we ail oe preparuu
as was sh6 whose departure Is now
Funeral services were conducted at
the Presbyterian church Sunday af-
ternoon at 2:30 by Rev. W. B. Leonard
nnd interrment was made in the Beav-
Th svmnnthv of the entire com
munity is extended to Mr. and Mrs.
Allon and family lu their sad bereave
All school districts which have not
as yet mndo their annual levy for
school purposes must do so 2nd Tues-
day In July and get; report to clerk ns
soon thereafter as possible This is
latest law. G. W. Mbeks.
Resolution of Condolence.
Whereas Our beloved sister Ber-
nicc Willhour Wellborn was on tho
20th day of June 1009 by the decree of
an over-ruling providence called from
hor earthly suffering to a home where
pain and sorrow are unknown and
where the weary find rest be it there-
fore Resolved That in thn death of sister
Bernice the members of this lodge
fully recognize that they have lost one
of their number who was at nil times
imbued With tho pure principles of
tho order nnd whose life nnd conduct
suffer no repronch to bo on her fnir
name either ns Rebeknh friend
or daughter nnd wife.
Resolved That the sincere and
heartfelt sympathies of the members
of this lodge bo and arc hereby ex-
tended to the bereaved husband par-
ents brother nnd sisters of our de-
parted sister whose loss wo with
them deeply mourn.
Resolved That ns n token of love
nnd esteem for our depnrted sister the
lodge room be draped in mourning nnd
that tho members wenr the usual
mourning bndgo during thnt time.
Resolved That these resolutions be
recorded on the records of the lodge
and that the secretary deliver a copy
thereof to tho husband und parents of
tho deceased nnd thnt a copy bo given
to the locnl pupers for publication.
( Mae Wkik
Committee. Beshie Sims
( Maude Thomas
AVER m. k IN. .
A full and complete New Stock of
Plows Harrows Planters and
We also handle the .
MITCHELL and KELLAR WAGONS
Undertakers Supplies-" Casket Trimming
TIN WORK A SPECiALTY
J. W. WEBB President.
FRANK LAUGHRIH Cashier.
THE' SAUK OF BEAUEH CITY.
Capital $10000 Surplus $3500
Undivided Profits $3497.64
'PHONE BANK No. 1. RESIDENCE No. 51.
James Bare F C Tracu J W. WEBB
Frank Lauuhrln s. A Lauohrin
' R. H. Loofbourrow
EE1R GmRES ETOMN1DED.
WANT A LOAN?
See H. S. JUDY at
FRAZER'S ABSTRACT OFFICE
Longtime. Pest rate. Straight treatment.
The Southwestern Quartette
Tho mnlo quartette of tho South-
western Cqllegc Wlnllold Kansas
appeared in Beavor Tuesday nnd Wed-
nesday nights for the benefit of the
Ladies' A'd of the M. E. church.
Owing to tho Illness of Dean Platts
he was unablo to come. This was a
great disappointment to our people as
Mr Platts Is n learned man und au in-
teresting spenker nnd we woro all sor-
ry to lose tho lecture he was' to have
delivered. Tho quartette filled his
date Tuesday evening. They also
gave a general concert Wednesday
evening which was liberally pntronlzed
nnd which wns n rare trent. Theso
young men certainly underntnnd their
IinslnuM nnd enn nut on a first-clnss
entertainment. Benver welcomes tal-
ent such ns the Southwestern Qunr-
tctto possess and whenever tnoy want
to appear here their audience is as-
surred. Card of Thanks
To tho ci'izens of Beaver nnd vi-
cinity: We tnko this opportunity of
thanking you for your kindness in our
behalf during tho sickness and death
of our daughter. Words fall us at
this time to properly express our feel-
ings. We feel very grateful to one
and all nnd especially to the various
church societies and tho Rebckah
lodge. When your time comes to pass
to the Great Beyond may ns kind
friends assist you ns have nssisted us
is our wish.
"W. H. WiLMiouu aSd Family. a.
Attorney Claude T. Smith of Mary-
Innd arrived in Benver the past week
nnd has decided to locnte permnnen tly
Wo trust he may find health wealth
nnd happiness with us. The West-
minister Advocate has tho following
to say concerning Mr. Smith's depart-
ure: "Westminister lost one of its
most promising young men this week
when Clnudo Tilden Smith left for
Oklahoma where he will endeavor to
find a suitable location for a voung
and ambitious lavyer. For a young
man Mr. Smith took quite a prominent
part in the public alla'lrs of his native
city. He graduated at estern Mary-
lana uoiiege in ibuu anu was aumitiea
to the bar in 1890. He organized Com-
pany H nnd wns for some time its np-
tain. He wns appointed examiner in
equity in 1003 which position ho re-
cently resigned. He wns city solicitor
during tho first yenr of Mnyor Saylor's
administration and declined a reap-
pointment in view of changing his lo-
cation. Ho is a member of several
secret orders. Mr. Smith is well read
not only in law but in history and
nnd fiction is nn entertaining tnlker
und hns a most sociable deposition
attributes which cannot help but make
friends for him wherever ho may lo-
Card of Thanks
We desire to thank our friends for
their kindness and help during tho
sickness and denth of ourdenr Mnudo.
Mr. akd Mrs. 07 A. Alt.es.
0!d Soldiers or Their Heirs
Some of you have claims coming
from the Government. Any old Union
Soldier or Sailor who served 00 dnys or
longer in tho Civil Wnr nnd nf terwnrd
went vest nnd mndo u homestead en-
try in nlly stato for either 40 80 or
120 acres of land beforo June r.'nd
1874 litis n claim coming to him from
Write for free information.
R. H. Pcnlc 511 Judgo Building
Salt Lake City Utah.
JAMES BARE Vice-President
F. C. TRACY Asst. Cashier.
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