The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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mo Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
l'UltLISIIEI) HVKItV TIIUItHDAV.
Dlaroilat UmpostollIrOHl llont.r Oklahoma
Hi nconl rlaM tnall maltor.
Advertising rates mnilo known upon
iipplicntiun. Pries r('ii!(itmlif.
Subscription Price J l.IO n Vcnr
DUt. Judge It II. Loofbourrnw.
Co. Ally. John A. Spnliu
Co Treasurer John SIiiib.
Co Clerk (leo. II. Wright.
Co. Judge (loo. II. Iloaly.
Co. Supt. John E. Swiilm.
Clerk of Dist. Court O. 1". Priiott.
Clerk of Uo Court Miss Mar Maple.
SherllT II. I) Pockham.
Reg. of Deeds 11. M. L'ullck.
Surveyor decnr Gardner.
Com. lot Dint. A. II. Fox Ivanhoe.
Com. 2d Dlst. A. A. Hnskoll Elmwood.
Com. 3d Dlst. W. S. Vandoburg Couch.
Two Chances to Build Rail-
The defeat of the amendment to tho
constitution of Oklahoma which would
have done nway with several sections
of Article 0 of tlint law linn limited the
chnncjs of Oklnhomn City to secure n
rnllrond to tho northwest to thu propo-
sition outlined mid started luina tlmo
ago between tho Oklahoma City Hall-
way Promotion company and William
Konellck president of tho Missouri
Oklahoma and Gulf lino.
There nro two possible ways for thu
line to bu built. Quo Is for tho locnl
company to seeuro the right of way
tinder tho Ktute highway lawn if thnt
lcgftlly can be done and tho Keneliek
interests to build tho line. Tho other
is for the railroad to bo built and the
right of way secured by Mr. Keneliek.
tho local Interests to give him n bonus
upon tho completion of tho lino. What-
ever proposition Is accepted by Mr.
Konellck will be followed
J. I!. Johnston manager of the
chamber of commarco said Saturday
that it is probablo the next movo will
be to test the highway law and seo If
it can be used in securing tho right of
way for a railroad lie say that the
defeat of tho amendment has not stop-
ped tho efforts to finance tho proposi-
tion and as soon as Mr. Kcuellcl: re-
turns from Franco it will be determin-
ed how the Una is' to bo built.
According to nn opinion of Attorney
Frank Wells Riven to tho railroad
commlttco some time ago it is doubt-
ful If tho highway law can bo utilized
U) seeuro the right of way for tho lino.
Tho attorney considered that tho sec-
tion of tho constitution which forbids
county commissioners to vote bonds
levy taxes or otherwise aid In tho con-
struction of steam or electric line?
would prevent thorn creating n road
district laying out n highway and then
selling It to a railroad.
This If It proves illegal would pre-
vent the plan of tho promotion com
pnny to give tho right of way in ordor
to havo th line built The other pn
position has not legal diilicultles In
tho way and called for the giving out-
right of u bonus to tho builder of tho
line. This dcflnitu proposition has
been made to Mr. Koiiellck and the
outcome awaits jhls decision. OMaho-
man Saved Child from Death
"After our child had sulTored from
scvero bronchial trouble for a year"
wroto G.T Richardson of Richard-
sou's Mills Ala. "wo feared It had
consumption Ithndabd cough all
tho time. We tried many remedies
without avail and doctor's medicine
seemed as useltss. Finally wo tried
Dr. King's Now Discovery and aro
pleased to say that one bottle effected
complete cure and our child is ngain
strong nnd healthy. " For coughs
colds hoarscncM lagrippo asthma
croup and sore lungs its tho most In-
fallible remedy that's inado. Price
M)o and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar-
anteed by Fred 0. Tracy.
May caino in rather cold
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Johnson left for
their new home near Florence Okla.
one day last week. His brother Pcr-
lay Johnson accompanied thorn as far
as Mrs. Johnson's father's and her
brother Kcl. Hogsott went the rest of
tho way with them.
Tho Matthews family loft for the! r
Texas homo May 1st. They spent tho
winter near Klmwood.
I'erley Johnson Dude Harler and
Dudo Ununingtou attended the bill
gamo at LtiKemp Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Evans and two
small children returned from Sunday
school with Mrs Groves last Sunday
and spent (he duy.
Ash Kilo and family attended the all
day meeting at Cross Roads Sunday.
Asa Kilo drilled a well Tor Mr
Spraguo last wcok.
('has Bennington and family drovo
over to Mr. Hush's after Sunday srhool
Sutiday and spent tho day
Locusts Arc Coming.
The seventeen year locusts which
nro dim to return to plague the Ameri-
can farmers this summer after being
absent since I MM have made their ap-
pearance in the vicinity of New York
In Ihi' last prcxioils visit the locusts
literally coered suburban New York
stripping trees bushes hedgas lawns
and truck farms of everything green
and then moving in Mist clouds which
obscured the sun to fre"h Holds. The
individual locusts lived only a few
days but each female in that time
found time to lay about TrOO eggs on tho
branches of denuded trees.
When the larvao had hatched they
fell to the ground and burrowed
straight down for more than a foot.
There they nro said to havo rosted for
seventeen years before tlio process of
hatching was eompleto and as soon as
tho frost leaves the ground they will
dig their way to the" surface and ap-
pear an small oblong shells.
Beware of Ointments for Ca-
tarrh that Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
seusu of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never bo used except
on prescriptions from reputable physi-
cians as the damage they will do is
ten fold to tho good you can possibly
derive from thorn. Uiill'slCatarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & C
Toledo (). contains no mercury and
Is taken Internally noting directly up-
on tho blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Curo be sure you get the genuine. It
Is taken Internally and made in Toledo
Ohio by F.J. Cheney A Co. Testi-
monials free. Sold by nil druggls's.
Price. "Co per bottle. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
Saturday near S p. in. this district
was visited by-quite n h:ll storm soino
wind nnd quito a rain doing no dam-
ago to speak of but much good. Our
ground was dry and drank in most of
tho rain. Most all farmers wnro rcody
to recelvo it.
Did you notlco tho ecllpso Friday
evening? Wo forgot It.
Miss Margrette Stonton has 28 little
chicks n wcok old May 1st. Pretty
good Mr nn 11-year-old girl.
K. A. Macyaud Walter Smith bought
goods of Jacob Weber of Shnttuck
Okla soms tlmo ago and Mr. Smith re-
turned some of the goods and paid for
the balance. Tills was done in the
presenco of Charles Jenks of Logan.
Mr. Weber cent his bill for the "hole
amount to 10. A. Mncy.Mr. Maey offer-
ed payment less the Smith part of tho
bill Mr. Weber would not accept pay-
ment that way -so brought suit in l.in-
sley's court near Surprise. .Mr. Weber
failed to appear and the court allowed
Mncy's claim and accepted the cash to
tender Jacob Weber Weber ngain
refused to necept so an appeal was tak-
en Mr. Mncy giving bond has now
sued Wobor (so reported) for attor-
ney's fees and court cost. This case
will bo watched with many watchful
eyes and desiring liearts for Mr. iftacy
and Mr Weber both nro men of extra
high standing in their respective com-
munities In which they llvo. We have
no choice nor voice in this matter but
trust right will prevail.
The well is done on tho Wilson phiec
and tho machine returned to Fitz
Hev. S. Purcoll preached Sunday
afternoon at 0:30 subject Tho Lep-
er's Prayer "If thou wilt thou canst
make mo clean " lie hold a very at-
tentative audience for nbout thirty
minutes. His closing remarks were
amusing and all enjoyed tho sermon
Sunday tho last day of April was n
very blustry day. At sunrise it was
vory cold and every appearance of a
sand storm was visible by noon tho
storm was on nnd nt 3 p. m. it was In
full blast. A northwest wind had to
bo faced or no Sunday School or church.
Mr. Stonton superintendent conduct-
ed tho S. S. services with nbout twonty-
llve pupils ami four tenchers after
which tho sermon.
A Stonton is running n lister plant-
ing for J. A. Gow.
Ye Corn Planters got ready Mr.
Torrill is planting and ho knows Just
when to plant.
Ed Lnno has his brother Albert holp-
Ing in sod breaking.
The wcathor Is quito cool this week
nnd men on riding plows are wenrlng
overcoats. Ground In lino' condition
nnd snn-o of the farmers are harrowing
their wlient whllo quite a few nro
planting. What alfalfa Holds near us
look very Hue
We wero not correctly Informed In
reference to tho Oil Co. and Onnncy
Bishop case. Wo owe tho Oil Co. of
SliBttuck nn apology. It was tho Shat-
tuck State Dank and it was a noto C.
It. held nod nut to set nsido tho salo of
(he team as reported. Man is nut In-
falible ao mistakes will occur
J How has just returned from
Woodward and reports wheat looking
Uue between bhattuck and Ivanh -
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CLYDE GREGG Agent
AT HAHI1EH SHOP - - REAVER OKLAHOMA.
EAPM I HA NIC
I havo plenty of money to Loan
jgl Optional payments Quick money nnd
j Call or writo
WILL G. FIELDS
Mrs. Olins. Thompson is running her
Incubator and has qulto n number of
early chicks. Also Mrs. Geo" Wclker
aided by her sister-in-law aro expect-
ing to reap n chlclton harvest from her
Tliero nro n mimbor of incubators
in this vicinity" nnd nil nro meeting
with fair success ns far as wo havo
Tliero is some early Indian corn up
in this neighborhood and it looks line.
Some has readied tho -1th and 6th
It is reported that Mrs. M. M.Gil-
lette ox-postmistress of Marengo is
contemplating n trip to Missouri where
she has not only children but step-
children. If she goes we hope her n
grand time n pleasant journey and
The phyxical condition of our neigh-
borhood is good tho financial condition
Mr. Hefner on N. B. U 10-3-20 has
more sod turned than any ono wo know.
Mr. II. Is a vory Industrious Gorman
and ho and his son Welbur aro making
n lino home.
To the People of Oklahoma.
The State Hanking Department hns
established n liureau for the purpose
of giving'luforination as to the finan-
cial standing of companies whoso stock
is nITered for sale to the people of our
State If you aro olTorcd any stock
and want Information ns to tho finan-
cial standing of such companies otter-
ing tho samo beforo Investing pleaso
writo this Department and I will fur-
nish you all the information that I can
J. D. Laskford
(Crowded out last week)
Tho crowning event of tho past week.
Kd Howard thinks was the arrival of
another blacksmith nt his homo last
Tho following named gentlemen took
broomcoru to Shattuck this week; J
I) and Arthur Howe James and Tom
CHANUTE NURSERIES laqdesbgst
JAMES TRUETT (EL SONS
Write for Cnlnloguc CHANUTG Knnsns
Salesmen Wanted Address
W. M. GRIMW00D General Agent
Ii 10 to 20 Days
Money to Make Final Pooof
If you waunt a Loajn
write us at
FRANK J. BIRDSALL a SON.
To put your money in clothes
is right here.
Hotter than a bank for you
draw n hundred per cent in-
terest In satisfaction.
The nobbiest of tho sea-
eonV woolens aro nil on paradeto-day.
for some tlmo to ccmo.
If you want to tnko tho
whole procession drop in to-
day. Whatever you pick tho
prico is low.
EADM IHAIMC &
nn Farms. Kasy terms Low rates IS"-
Intorest payable ANNUALLY to
Harford Cluis. Jenks nnd Leonard
Girton. Wo understand tho brush
belonged to Messrs Nelson and Carlson.
Mrs. Glnndon visited with Mrs. John-
son at Hello Meade last Wednesday.
Mcsdamee J. 11. Howe and Tom Har-
ford "bached" together while their
husbands were gono to Shattuck.
Mrs. Yocmans Mrs. Harry Jones and
baby Margaret were calling nt the
Johnson Phillips and Thompson homes
K. A. Maey drove over to Ivnnhoc
II. II. Martin made n business trip
to Heaver Saturday.
J. S. Johnson and wife and Hoy Hop
per wero entertained at dinner last
Sunday after chinch at tho hospitable
liomG'of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Girton.
Mr Art Howe Miss Helen Hughes
and Mrs. Yocmans drovo over to Hea-
ver last Sunday returning Monday.
The Hev. nnd Mrs. Mcltight and
daughter Auveru were at Mountain
View last Sunday.
Miss Bertha Duncan is nt home nfter
n protracted visit with home folks in
Missouri. We are pleased to havo
Miss Hertlia with us again.'
Kd Howard and mother-in-law drove
over to Stirpriso last Wednesday.
Mrs. Hughes is spending a few days
at the Howard home helping caro for
Mrs. II. und the new boy.
J. S. Johnson ntteuded the Lindscy
sale west of Surpriso on Thursday.
Hoy Hopper went to Shattuck the
first of the week.
Mr. nn j Mrs. Martin attended the
salo at Llndsei's.
Mcsdamcs Martin ami Johnson havo
each enjoyed (?) a protracted seigo of
house cleaning this week along with
the puultry business.
The. Hev. Pureell assisted Dr. Hums
In dedicating the M. K. Church Capi
tol iow near Llmwood last Sunday
Indications point to an abundant
crop of cherries p1uni3 currents and
possibly half n crop of peaches
Oncjs A. Week.
Oklahoma Post No. i Ornnd
Army of tho Hepnbllc.
Meets every 2nd nnd 1th Snt-
urdnyof tho month nt 2:00
p. ill VISIIIIlg. uoiuruut.-s
t.K Qoinn Com
I. S. Diiummonii Adj.
Heaver Lodge No. 2fl0 Ancient
Tree and Accepted Masons.
Meets 1st nnd 3rd Saturday
nights of eacli month. Mem-
bers of (he order always wel-
come. W. G Fikliw W . M.
L. S. Mu.nskll Sec.
Pioneor Lodge No.
Order of Odd Fel-
lows meets every
Visiting members of
the order invited.
W. II Da.sielson. W
Beaver Lodge No. 7
Knights of Pythias
Meet In Cnstlo Hnl)
every Tuesday night.
Visiting brothers wel
T.G.Dowpa O. C.
W..T. Qcisn K of It. nnd S.
a Camp No. 7738 Mod-
$zi! ern Woodmen of Amor-
len uieeis every .uu
Neighbors In good
W. T. Quins G. H. Hush
Laurel Camp No. 3991
Koyal Neighbors of
Moot nanh First
Thursday night of tho
Neighbors Invited to
Mauds O. TnoMAs Oracle.
Beaver Robekah Ludgo
iMeels every 2d fc 4th Sat
'urday nigiit. v I s 1 1 ing
brothers nnd sisters cordi-
Miss Mak Mati.k Laura DeGraw
N. O. Seo
Heaver Onto. May 2 1011
Notico is hereby given that scaled
bids will bo received by thu County
Clerk for putting a cement lloor In the
hall in the basement of tho Court
House nnd for putting in two frames
and two doors the same ns tho others
in the basement according to specifi-
cations on file in the County Clerk's
offlco all work to be llnlshcd and com-
pleted In good workmanliko manner.
Tho Commissioners reserve the right
to reject any nnd nil bids.
Geo. II. WniaiiT
3-4 5-11 County Clerk
THE MORGAN HORSE AND JACK
CO. HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
A registered Morgan Stallion No. 5103
sired by Dick Skinner's famous Head
light tho Champion Hluo Ribbon
Winner of the U. S Dr. Cnstu is n
chestnut sorrel is 15)4 hands high
weight 1100 pounds 3 years old ; beau-
tiful form and action.
A Registered Kentucky Mammoth
Jack No. 2822. He is 15 handB high
weight 1000 pounds; coal black with
perfect white points.
Eacli of theso animals villi make the
season nt tho residence of II II Hnn-
son Heaver Oklahoma on tho follow-
torms; $15 00 to insure n inaro nith
foal j money duo when tho. fact is
known. $10.00 for tho season mrmev
duu at end of season.
Mare and colt to stand good for the
servico fee. If tho maro-is sold or re-
moved from Heaver County eervico
fee becomes due. Wo will not bo re-
sponsible for accidents should any
occur but will uso cuution to prevent'
No Sunday Urkkuinci.
1KB. KINDER and II. II. HANSON
YOU ARE READING
THIS AD. OTHERS
WILL READ YOURS
yOST everybody reads tho
Jr. In this paper. They '
furnish as much news to tho
man In town and on the farm
as the personals and often
more. J Peter Smith's wlfo
wants a new hat. 8mlth sees
by tho paper that Jones is sell-
ing hats at to inuch. John-
ion's store ad. is mining from
the paper Johnson's trying
a non-advettliing policy.
RESULTJonos eels Smith's
Smith's wifo gets her hat.
? w M v
Claude T. Smith
Attorney and Counsellor
Ofllco at Hesidencc
DR. E. F. PELLETTE
3 W. L. MASON
Sales cried any old place with pro.
per notice Satisfaction guuran.
teed or It costs you nothing.
Will soil your stuff nt privato sale.
Beaver - Oklahoma.
G. H. RUSH
Fresh aiid Salt Meat ?"
Cash PaicTTor Hides
Phono No. 11.
flcn vcr. -:- -:- -: Okla
J. W. CULWELL?
L S. MUNSELL M.D.
Answers : Professional : Calls
NIQIIT AND DAY.
In a Horsomobile that does
not balk or stick in the sand.
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and. SURGEON
Calls answered In Automobile. Resi-
dence Telephone Number Twenty-flvo.
BEAVER - - OKLA
Dr. J. A. Miller
Dentistry In all Its branches. 1'lato
work a specially. Gold crowns and
A. S. DICKSON "
BEAVEit . . . OKLAHOMA
JOHN A. SP0HN
T. O. Pittman
Will cry Sales in Beaver and adjoining
counties. Cups furnished for lunch
DALKO - - OKLA.
Dates made at this ofllco.
Money to Loan on Beaver
County Oklahoma farms.
V.nny term nnd prompt inspection. $
U. S. JUDY
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Six Mile Lodge No. 150.A. II. T. A. .
will pay rowards as follows t $L'5.00
for return of property stolen from any yT
of its local member' If vsluo of same "-
bo over $20.00 and $25.00 for convict-
ion of theif ; if value of property bo be-
tween ono and twenty dollars $12.50
will bo paid for return of same nnd
12.60 for conviction of thief.
J O. Judd. Pros.
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