The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 34, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 29, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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The Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
'JAUDEOTHQMAS - - Pubtiiher.
PUBMBIISD BVERY TIIUBSDAY
BiUnd tfc itak t BMTtr OUWn
Advertising rat Made known upon
apstlfoatkw. Prks reasonable.
Subscription Price S 1 .00 a Year
How (he Wcatlicr Bureau
Forecasts Storms Prosts
Waefciajrtoa. D. C Maay people
hart an Ma that Uiera b something
myiterloss and oeealt about ib work
of tfc Weather Bureau is foreeastiBK
the sowing of storms frosu and flood.
Not a few think that the observers
bum! etmarilygt their data by read-
ing the plaMti . the stars and the moon.
At a matter of fact the foreaiter of
th Bureau foretelii the earning of die-
lurbtMMt in a butineitlike way very
inritar to that in ttbieh a man who hai
ordered a shipment ef goods would
eitimatc the date of ill arrival.
Soppwe a bails man has orlered
ararloftdof pineapple from the Ha-
waiian Islands. Ue would know the
average tiae it would take the tteam-
er to inaVe the trip to the Pacific port
the average time for unloading and
loading into refrigerator ear. and the
average number of days to be allowed
these ear for tbir trip across the con-
tinent to Xew York. Hit ettimate.
however would be sobjeet to error be-
eaum the aleamihlp might Be delated
by ie or the ears might meet with an
Storms like plnf applet at a rule do
not originate in the United Slatei.
They eowe to u some from the Philip-
pine Japan Siberia Alaika Canada
or the Oulf of Mexieo The Weather
Bureau gets eable telegraphic or wire-
leu nolle of a foreign Horns. Station
affer station or vessel after venel re
ports the storm's arrival in its neigh-
borhood to that the general direction
ami rate of progress can be determined
very early. In fact the arrival of
pome storms can be foretold ten day
The forecaster! watch for the region
of low barosaeter whleli is the storm
center found which the wind blow'
Thin whirl or eddy moves bodily for
ward with the general oaitwatd drift
of about 060 miles n day in our lati-
tudes. At the line of equal pressure
(.isobars) nround the low centor crnd
closer together the winds attending
the storm increase in foree. The fore-
raster determines the direction of
movement of the storm and its veloelty.
When weather disturbances are re-
ported the forecasters know from ex-
perience about how long It takes them
to reach our Pacifta Coast and then
low long1 after they will reach tho At-
latlc'Coast. For example if a storm
coming from Siberia drifts eastward
nround tho North Pole and reappears
in Alaska it should appear in Wash-
ington nml Oregon n about two days;
should Kt to the Great Lakes in six
days and the Atlantic Coast in seven
or right day.
T.'ntxpestd condition may delay
storms or Ul vert tlietn from tlm straight
track Just as a refrigerator car may be
thrown off its schedule time or b"
shipped by acoldent on a wrong road
Njiho of these storms deplete them-
seUesby running Into regions of hlghand their little boy and now Mr. Moore
barometer which are of greater magni
t ide ami extent than tho storm itself
- me of them however truel com'
pVtely around the world.
To keep tab on oold waves that some
into the United Slates from Canada
imhI Alaska the Weather Bureau stud'
! the Canadian Weather reports
l.nglaml sends rejKirls from 'oland
tho Urltith Wlamls and Continental
I.urope and dally reports coino from
st Petersburg nn the ooudillons In
Russia and Siberia.
The same businesslike s.vstcm used
in tracing the trook of a storm is ap-
plied in determining the arrival of
Hood forecasts are made in much
tie same way. Information as to the
amount of rainfall at the head waters
if streams that eaino Moods are covered
by telegraphic reports sent by local
observers. As this rain reaches the
main channel the height of the water
in mo uuuunei is ueiermincu oy sue-
costive guageing stations. Pasture-
cords establish how much a height say
in -Ai ieei ui Muuuquu towa will pro-
duce at Davenport another station SO
miles down the Mitiittlppi. This plan
is followed nil the way down the river
nnd at each point lull allowance is
made for the effects of wnter from
tributaries and from additional and
ImimI rainfall. At a result of these ob-
servations in the recent flood tho poo-
)!o of Cairo had warning n week or ten
days in advance. The Pittsburgh dis-
trict can be given only 12 to 24 hours'
notice because n flood is upon them
within 21 houra after a heavy rain
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Hb f & ) ( &n?rM.
Kiowa Flash Usht.
Mrs O. V. Oneal a ad Grandma Seott
wereeallisg on Mr. cod Mrs Fetter
Sunday. The Fosters have both been
liek bat are improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert RidtBOor and
Mr. find Mrs. MeGmre ate dinner Sun-
day at Mr. and Mr Fred Cox's.
When one gets right down to the
bottom of things oi.e Hods that real
happiness eoniistt only in miking
Mrs- Erie k ton's condition remains
nnefaaeswl at this time.
Mr. and Mrs Darling were calling
oa Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Marshall Sunday.
Ben Jett took a load of hogs to La-
It certainly looks strange to seethe
farmers going to town and hauling
grain back home when In faet It ought
to be the other way. But then this
does not happen very often.
Mrs James Oneal is tlowly improv-
ing and alto the little ones that have
Say this kind of weather makes one
think about going out in the garden
and prepare okJ mother earth for an
other crop of "garden eats."
Q. M. Bixler went to Shattuck Wed
nesday to hare tome dental norkriorie.
The writer and his better-hVf were
celling on Mrs. Bixler Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox entertained
at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mo
Guire Mr. and Mrs. Ridenour ana Mr
and Mrs. Ben Jett.
Mrs. Maggie Jett is having an attack
of Iagrlppe the last few days.
Dan Ohern went to I.averne Monday
with two loads of hogs.
Grandpa Jett it having a nice portico
built on the eatt side of his houte. Mr.
Darling is doing the work
James E Stewart of the Catesby
neighborhood is visiting this week with
his daughter Mrs. Tex Ilobson.
Eddie Ripple was called to Tex Hob.
son's Thursday to assist him in muhing
some repairs on his motorcycle. Tex
has a line twin model machine that he
hat put In working order since he got
it. Mr. Hobton got the motor to use
on his mail route and so far be has not
been able to ute it.
Frank Ripple hat been assltting Q
M Bixler get up tome feed for the past
C. M. Cllnard and Maning Oiborn
both of Shattuck the Inter is a famous
bronco buster from New Mexico were
calling on Frank and Eddlo Ripple
Mrs. Murray Baker it on the sick list
for the past week and is not much Im-
proved Tho feather made n very sudden
ohange again Saturday morning ana
we hud a little fiury of snow nml the
wind came up from the north and got
very cold but latter in the day It clear
ed up and remained cold.
What was thought to bo a cats of
smallpox. Mrt. Mooro first broke out
has broke out with It. They have been
'quarantined and all precaution is being
Mrs. and Mrs. Ripple were calling
on Mr. and Mrs. James Oneal.
Best Cough Medicine for
"I am very clad to say a few wortlc
In praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
rdy" writes .Mrs Llda Dewey Milwau-
kee. Wis. "I have used it for years
both for my children and myself and
it never fails to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No family with chil-
dren should bo without It as it gives al
most Immediate relief In cases of
croup " CJhamuerJaln'K Cough Rem-
edy is pleasant and safe to take which
Is of great importance when a mt'di
cine must bo given to young children.
For sale by all dealers.
Jan. 21. No blizzards yet.
II. II. Martin took his brother Law-
rence to Knonlet last Friday where he
took the train for home after n visit of
24 hours but Henry says they Improved
the time while Lawreuce was here in
Clint. JenLs is practically n cripple
nlth broken down insteps. Wo hope
James Harford expects to start to
Iowa next week to brine his daughter
Elizabeth home. Elizabeth hoa lived
with her uncle Allan Harford's family
since the death of her mother some
fourteen years ago. Wo shall bolad
to weleome little Elizabeth back to'
Work on the church it impended for
want of Balerial.
Mr. Henzler stayed Monday night
with A. W. MeClurg.
J. B. Howe is preparing groom! for
oati. He does not intend to sew for n
few days yet we think.
Mettrs. Hatlan and Boblnton of Lo
gin sent more than thirty heed ol hug.
to the Shattuck market latt week.
Bert Sanger carried the mall on
route four Satorday.
Mr. and Mrs J. B. How." were Sun-
day guetts of Mr. and Mrt. M. T
H. H. Martin transacted business in
Wonder when the decrease in the
price of kerosene will strike Beaver
e congratulate our county seat on
her bright prospects for a railroad.
but well its a long way from Twin
Moundt to Btsver.
James Harford told a team of mules
recently for three hundred dollars.
.Mr. ami airs uarioru ana ton
Haynes vinted at Mr. Bohn't last Sun
This correspondent received a unique
souvenir from a nephew a little bag of
salt attached to a card from Great Salt
Lake in Utah. It is laid five barrel
of the water evaporated will make
one barrel of salt. The lake it called
the "Great Dead S of America"
where tourists try to sink and can't
Who an ideal place to learn to swim
Oxct A Wevk.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"rive years agv I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of.
and Chamberlain's Tablets cured me"
writes S. F. Fish. Brooklyn Mich. For
sale by ail dealers.
Joe Couch is reported on the lick
list but is betterat this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Law were visit-
ing in this neighborhood Saturday.
Clyde Myers re.arned home from
Minneoln Kansas last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Coffin spent Sunday
the guetts of Mr. and Mrs. Langlcy.
A L. Lucas has gone to Beaver to
vork on the new railroad.
Discing is the order of the day in
Mr. Langley and Mr. Law made a
business trip to Lorena last Saturday.
R. A. Rainey was a Beaver visitor
An Ideal Woman's Laxative.
Who wants to take salts or castor
oil when there is nothing better than
King's New Life Pills for all bowe-
troubles. Thoy act gently and natur-
ally on the stomach and liver stimu-
late and regulate your bowels and tone
up the entlro system. Price 25c. Al
all druggists. H. V. Bucklen & Co..
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Mrs. Nina Bishop daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Henson of near Marengo. It
with us and has been with us fur near
three months Nina or Mrt. Bishop
was our first secretary of our Sunday
School and first orgiuist at Marengo in
1907. Nina whom we all nelcome to
our midst is at this time waiting on
Mrs Delbert Chockley who has been
quite sick for tome time Mrs. C. ts
abld to be up Mrs. Bishop's baby is
with its grandparents the Hensont.
Chancy Bishop has gone to Colorado
as has also his brother-in-law George
nnd Reuben Hanson. Mrs. Biihon will
soon go on to Join her husband.
Messrs. D. Chockley. F. Starker. D.
Bush and Ed Lane were among the
number from our midst at Kuowles
Saturday January 17th.
Clerk of district Nn. 1 was out enu-
merating January 17th. Found Mrs.
G. AV Adams. Mrs. D. Chockley and
Mrs. Andrew Barnes on tha-lck list.
Ed Eckles has Mr. Enell our car-
penter putting the finishing touches
to bit residence.
Maurice Oafford has his new sod
house almost completed.
Oscar Stibbs has hie residence near
completion also his barn.
Jesse Thompson will go to Dewey
county to visit his brother Chas. Ho
will take the gas engine aud saw wood
for a month or so.
Our fourth month of tchool has
closed and all are doing well. No
providential hlnderapce our school will
close March 24th.
When the Rev. Hart of St. Louis.
was preaching ia KintaiCity. Kansas.
be wat referring to the variors ttates
that were out for prohibiten srd when
he earn to mention Oklahoma he said
she was born dry and the fntr.tai e an-
dieoee cheered him Now tint Dr. W
F. Crafts of Washington D. C . movtd
a resolution urging the Secretary of
the Navy to have set free a while dove
of peace instead of christening with
.tine of the battleship Oklahoma and
he deserves the cheer of every man
and woman In our state.
Capt. Nilet preached a splendid ter-
mon from the text Mat. 7-20 "Where-
fote by their fruits yo ihaU know
them." There was ssll audler-
but very attentive.
One of the most interesting and best
entertainments ever given inCaleyvIlle
tchool house came off Wednesday even-
ing. Jauuary 21tt. The B. C. O. A
gave it and a pie supper. The county
secretary Wm. J. Benner opened toe
exercltet with a talk as to what the
B. C. G. A had accomplished and what
they were trying to accomplish what
obstacles they had overcome and now
for all it bad been a hard struggle they
were by degrees coming to the front
D W. Buth was in the chair Wm.
Heifner was auctioneer Mrs. Maurice
Gafford and Miss Margurett Stanton
delivered the pies. Prices ranged from
25 cents to SO cents. The Misses Buth
acg to organ music rendered by Mis
Laura Heifner. Houte was filled to
overflowing Our tchool houie is too
small for our district. There it strong
talk now of having to enlarge our
building next summer.
Mr. Bnckley it at home and runt hit
own machine. He threshed at Fitz
Roberts' and B. G Blngbams'. Mrs
Bingham was on the sick list but her
daughter Mrs. J. W. Caley was near
at hand so prepared the mpal for the
crew. Only two more crops to be
threshed that the writer knons of be.
Ing those of Harry Jones and T. L
In the prises c He red by clerk of
school board- the problem : "A B and
C sold a cow for $20.00 A received 1-3 ;
Bl-4; CIS what was each man'
share " ihe problem was solved after
contest closed and by a person not n
membor of our school. The clerk was
very glad to know that outsiders were
interested to that extent. The one
solving it asked that we withhold her
Capt. Nilrs will preach at Caleyvllle
school house one-half mile east Feb
ruary 1st. at 3:00 o'clock p. m. no
Ilro May a HolitPts has asked for
Caleyville school house to hold a pro
trncttd meeting commencing Febru
ary 1st. services at 11.00 a. in. and S.OO
p. m. The houte was granted under
our new law. It must be cleaned by
8:00 o'clock a. m. while school is in
setsion. A Janitor hae already offered
his services to see to that.
Mr. and Mrs. McGowen of near Ma
rengo tooic a day off and went to
Knowles leaving their children In care
of Grandma Gillette.
Mrs. D. Chockley Is so much Im-
proved she is doing her houte work
now. .Mrs. Hlihop returned to her
L'jother's Sunday ISth and the 21tt re
turned to Buffalo to prepare to go to
meet her husband In their new home
In Colorado. Chancy you will wander
all around and then come back to dear
old Beaer county yet. You mark the
Ed Lane our well man it outof luck
on the btrowder place. Drilled live
holet to an aggregate depth of over
1100 feet Found water twice but no
good. Sand three timet and no water.
Mrt. Stroeter Blaunt Is spending a
few days with her sister Indah Lace.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic would you not like to
feel that your stomach troubles were
over that you could eat any kind of
food you desired without injury? That
may seem so unlikely to you that you
do not even hope fur an ending of your
trouble but permit us to assure you
thatjit Is not altogether impossible. It
others can be cured permanently and
thousands have been why not you?
JohnR. Barker of Battle Creek Mich.
Is one of them. He says'"I was troub-
led with heartburn indigestion and
liver complaint until I used Chamber-
lain's Tablets then my trouble wat
over." Sola by all dealers.
Francis Evans who has been here
since before Christmas left Sunday for
his home at Sumner Oklahoma.
M. F. Heathcoek his been et La-
t- .v.-... . .v v.l;.r hoild JrrtreiHM.soBsbU
jvecap mr pi -. -.v-..-
hoose for Mrs. Bell.
Geo. Osbors. Grover Baker and Ton
Downing have moved from the Curtis
fsrta to Use W. B Evans place. The
two first msotiooed will farm that
Ird. while Tom Downing will farm
the adjoining latid which he owns.
Francis Ttomron od tuaily have
moved Into the boose vacated by the
bachelors and John Baker has rented
the farm land.
Bert Sanger carried mail on R R 4.
a couple of days. He had quite a sick
horse one of the twu days.
Miss Creisie Hoover who was given a
month's vaeation on account ofterloni
illness it no better and had to give up
her school Mitt Ruth Harlan hat
been engaged to teach three months to
finish the school year.
Geo. Oaborn made a trip to Shattuck
to take Francis Evant to the train.
Clyde Curtis nbo has lived at Lo
gan for the last teven mouths has re-
turned t ;nglewood.
Wj learn there were no bids on the
stock at Frsr.c Marriott's tale the 22nd.
F. M. BohnacJ family are expecting
to leave here in the near future.
Stlllonr beautiful weither continues
Mrs. Kllpatrlck acd babies spent the
day with Mrs. B. D. Thomas Monday.
Bertha the oldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Michel in stooping over
to turn off the oil stove came In con-
tact with the tteam from a boiling
ta-kettle which she inhaled and as a
result is a very sick little girl.
We are very sorry indeed to hear of
her sad accident and hi-pe fur her
speedy recovery. Drs. Munsell of
Beaver and Smyth are the attending
Joe Adams sold his 80 acre farm to
Mr Lawson for F 1025 taking in a young
mule and cow as a partial paymect
Mrs. Wes Smyth was calling on Mrs
Thomas Wednesday and also on Mrs.
H Allen was taking the names of all
the kiddiet of school age in our district
Owing to some mistake in the esti-
mate of our tchool board or some one
connected therewith ourdistrict mon-
ey is tied up in such a shape that we
were compelled to discontinue one or
two months. Too bad as we were
having such a fine school anJ both
children and patents so well pleated
School will close with a spelling
tchool Friday night.
Allen Smyth spent Wednesday night
with the Lindancr boys.
Geo Caskey It now National preti
dent of the Broom Corn Growers' As-
sociation and Ora Williams secretary.
Wm J. Benner takes his plao: as nat-
Everyone south of the creek are re-
joicing about the extension of the For-
gan road to Beaver while we rejoice
in their good luck. We would sure be
glad if the railroad officials would de-
cide to extend their line on south to
our little burg LaKemp.
H N. Lawson
BEAVE1R 0$ffi MQVEk.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our house Is one of the BEST in town and first
ablet supplied with the best the market affords aud
Every courtesy extended.
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditioos Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Calron Ky.-Jn an Interesting Idler
from this place Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "1 suffered for four
years with womanly troubles and during
this time 1 could only sit up for a little
while and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times 1 would have severe pains
in my left side;
The doctor was called in and his treat
ment relieved me for a while but I was
sooa confined to my bed again. After
that nothing seemed to do me any good.
DR. R. S. TANNER
Veterinary 8urgoon nnd Oentlat
Calls made Day or Night
OrBee phone 26 Residence phone
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Calls answered promply
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Money to loan on Beaver Harper and
Ellis counties Oklahoma farms. Low
rates and a draft for your money when
paper are recorded. Can approve
loans draw prpcrs nnd pay out from
II. S. JUDY Western manager John
H. Shup & Co. Headnuarters
class In ovory respect
rates very reasonable
I had gotten so weak I could not stand
and 1 gave up in despair.
At last my husband got me a bottle ol
Cardui the woman's tonic and I com-
menced taking it. From the very first '
dose I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without iu
tiring me and am doing all my work."
you are all run down from womanly
troubles don't tfve up in despair. Try
Cardui lhe woman's tonic. It lias helped
more than a million women in its 50
years o! continuous success and should
surely help you too. Your druggist lias
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
It will do. Ask him. He ;n
mend it Begin taking Cardui today.
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