The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 8, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 27, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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Attend the CHAUTAUQUA at Beaver Oklahoma AUGUST 2 -6 1922. Buy Season Tickets
THE BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. JULY 27 1922
C. L. Crawfoid republican wheel-1 Stanley 0. "Dutch" McCool and
horse of the Clear Lako neighbor-1 wife and children came In Monday
hood was In Tuesday bringing hogs ' from LaJaunta Colorado on a
to market and to get the latest short visit to Mrs. McCool's father
"dope" politically. He reports good T. S. drlffy and Mrs. McCool's rcl-
showers between his homo and I ntlves. Mr. drlffy will return to
Beaver but. spotted The rain was Colorado with them to see his son
not general In that section of the ' Marlon who was recently scrlous-
county. Mr. Crawford and family y injured in a motorcycio-autorao'
aro enjoying a visit from his sister
Mrs. Grace Morris of Dermont
Arkansas and his step-mother of
San Dlogo 'California. They will
stay until after the first of August.
At that time Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
will go to Iowa where Mrs. Craw-
ford will enter a hospital for treat-
ment. Her trouble Is of long stand-
ing and has stubbornly refused to
yield to treatment. Her many
' friends trust that this effort may
provo more successful.
bile collision and who is still In a
crltcal condition it being feared
that his foot may have to be amputated.
Misses Frances Wellman and
Amanda Hooper of Thomas are vis-
iting at the home of tho latter's
brother W. H. Hooper and family
here. They drove through In their
car from Thomas atrlvlng Monday
and will remain for two or three
weeks. Miss Nora Hooper accom-
panied thorn and Is visiting her
brother Hnyden Hooper near Balko
and the Hooper family here.
V. J. Hinds of Liberal Kansas
Tlouto A in Beaver county was a
dounty seat caller Monday and
-while In the Hub called at this
office and renewed his subscription
for tho coming year. Ho reports
crop and weather conditions much
the same In that section of tho
county as here and while rain
would be acceptable crops are all
holding up well.
T. S. drlffy foreman of the Her-
ald shop. Is off duty his week and
will probably bo laid up for some
time on account of a dropsical limb
following an attack of rheumatism.
Ho will spend a few weeks In Colo-
rado with his children while he is
S. J. Carrier of the Carrier Oil
Company of Tacoma is in Deavor
this week on business. Mr. Car-
rier was formerly employed at the
Truax-Walker Hardwaro store hero.
Ho may decide to return to Beaver
to locate permanently and if so
he has many friends here who will
bo glad to wolcome him.
Miss Huth Randall homo demon-
stridor will go to Woodward tho
early part of next weok on busi-
ness. Mrs. Brumbaugh district de-
monstrator will accompany Miss
Randall to Beaver on her return
Thursday for some work In this
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Potter wcro
called to Liberal Kansas Tuesday
night by the illness of their daugh-
ter .Mildred. She had been visit-
ing an aunt at Lakln Kansas and
was taken ill. They brought her
to Liberal and summoned the par-
A. E. Knauss superintendent of
the county poor farm expects to
sever his connection with the farm
and will move soon to Lawrence
Kansas where he will conduct a
rooming house. Beaver folk will be
sorry to see these people go.
AT THE METHODIST CHURCH
Epworth League "Trip Around
the World" last Friday evonlng was
a fine success. About 40 took the
trip and had refreshments at every
stop and returned to the church
about 11 where lots of Ice cream
and cake was in waiting.
Vacations and hot weather has
reduced the attendance of Sunday
school. Every member in town
should be In attendance every Sun-
day to keep tho attendance up
until tho absent ones return.
John A. Spohn gave his class an
outing last week.
T. N. Cowan will lead prayer
meeting Wednesday evening of this
KNULEWOOD KANSAS TORNADO
Johnnlo M. Jones and faintly
drove over to Lavcrne yesterday to
attend a meeting of the Harper
county Breeders' Association and to
enjoy a big banquet in tho evening
which the citizens of Laverno ten-
dered to tho visitors.
S. N. Wlblo camo In from Wich-
ita. Kansas Wednesday to look af-
ter threshing business. Ho reports
plenty of rain at Wichita and not
as much hot weather as wo had
last week but a few mighty hot days
and sultry nights.
W. O. Stranathan and wife will
drive over to Ooodwell today after
their daughter Miss Genevieve and
Miss Rcola McKlllIps who have
been attending summer school at
P. A. M. C.
County Superintendent Henson
and wife expect to drive to Coodwell
today after their daughter. Miss
Laura who has been attending the
summer school at P. A. M. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Dennis of
Spearman Texas are the proud par-
ents of a boy baby born to them
July 16th. Mrs. Dennis was former-
ly Miss Delia Llndow ot near
Mr. and Mrs. John Hlhbs of
Elmwood were called to Goodwoll
Tuesday by the serious Illness ot
their daughter. Miss Gerald who
was suffering from appendicitis. Her
condition was reported critical.
deo. E. Probst ot the Probst Ele-
vator Company Is here this week
from Arkansas City looking after
Miss Mabel Phebus returned to
her work at Jeff's place Monday.
Sho had been visiting home folks
at Logan for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Ella droves was a business
visitor in the county seat from For-
Mrs. dwen Stephenson Is on the
Wm. Keller was in the city Saturday.
J. A. Bridges and daughter of
Elmwood woro Saturday shoppers.
Elbert Cllft and children Dorothy
and Curt left Saturday for Port-
land Oregon where Dorothy will
make her homo In future with an
aunt. Mr. Cllft and Curt will en
gage in carpenter wort for a time.
A tornado is reported to have
dono considerable damage at Engle-
wood Kansas Saturday evening
about 5:30. The roof of the opera
bouse was blown oft and carried
across the street smashing in the
front ot a big brick garago and de-
molishing that building tho roof
and sides falling In. Several per-
sons w ere injured and one man
a Mr. Hoffman Is not expected to
live. Much damage was done to
other property many dwellings
wero destroyed and every window
glass along tho business streets was
TICKET SELLERS 11USY
Representatives of the Mothers'
Club havo been busy this week try-
ing to dispose of the requisite num-
ber of season tickets to guarantee
tho financial success ot next week's
Chautauqua. They report good
sales. The saving on the ten num-
bers by buying a season ticket is
considerable In fact there Is some
saving If only tho night numbers
are to be attended so If there are
those who do not feel that they will
have ttmo to attend the daytlmo
numbers they will do well to buy
a season ticket anyway for the bene-
fit ot the evening course.
A. M. Ives and wife and son
Herchel and wife of Liberal Kan-
sas were week-end guests nt the
homo ot County Assessor Renfrow
and family last week. Mrs. Herchel
Ives is Mrs. Rcnfrowls niece.
Word comes fiom Mrs. Frank
Laughrln that she haB been qulto
ill with tonsilitls since going to
Colorado last week but sho is much
Improved at this time.
Mrs. W. H. Llvergood was tak-
en suddenly nnd seriously 111 Tues-
day evening with Iheart trouble.
She Is better at this time.
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Langley; of near Beaver Is
Jas. H. Crabtree returned. Friday
from Eldorado Missouri where he
had gono on business matters.
Mrs. Antlonotte Vaclnl of near
Enid is hero this week for medical
Mrs. C. T. Woerncr ot Hinton is
visiting at the Laughton home In
tho Balko neighborhood.
TWISTER NEAR FORGAN
During Saturday evening's storm
a twister developed at the Peckham
grove north of the sand hills and
andthcr west ot Forgan. At Peck-
ham's grove thTPe large trees were
uprpotcd others badly twisted and
about a mile of telephone line was
blown down tho poles being
snapped oft like twlgB.
West of Forgan a big storage
grain elevator was blown down and
other damage done
Forgan seems to be unfortunately
located In the track of twisters. Ev-
en' season flestructivo winds do
damage In that town or vicinity but
luckily up to date the damage has
been confined to a few buildings.
P. A. M. C. ORCHESTRA
According to previous arrange-
ment tho doodwcll orchestra gavo
one ot their splendid programs Mon-
day night July 24th at tho Chris-
tian church. Besldo the musical
numbers thero were adresseg mado
by tho following gentlemen: Prof.
Cousins Supt. W. L. Henson Pros.
Fanning Judge Hughes and Mr.
Calbralth a member of the Texas
Bankers' Association of Texas
The music was vory Inspiring and
showed what the boys and girls can
do with tho proper training. The
Panhandle Agilculture and Mechani-
cal College aro very fortunate to
have such a proficient man as Prof.
Cousins at tho head of the Musical
Pres. Fanning made an Interest-
ing address In which he showed tho
advantages of tho P. A. M. C. ov-
er that ot other state scliools for
tho boys and girls of tho Panhandlo
of Oklahoma. Some ot the ad-
vantages wore that tho boys and
girls can bo nearer home that tho
school Is very democratic everyono
being treated nlike and because ot
the low price ot board and room
it affords an opportunity for boys
nnd girls who havo small means
with which to get nn education.
Then another advantage Is that tho
boys and girls are cared for tho
samo as they would bo In their own
homes so that their paronts hnvs
no reason to worry over their wel-
fare. Judge Hughes of Guymon gavo
a talk on tho education of the boy
nnd gjrl. Ho said ho was very much
Interested In tho P. A. M. C. -and
urged that wo people ot tho Pan-
handlo boost for It so ns to help
make It ono of "the best Bchools of
tho stnte. Judgo Hughes made tho
oponlng address at tho time tho
P. A. M. C. was founded. At that
tlmo they only had thirty-seven stu-
dents. In tho past year over nine
hundred studontB hao been en-
rolled so everyone can seo how rap-
idly tho school has progressed tak-
ing all hardships and struggles into
Mr. Galbrnith made a short talk
In which he highly recommended 11
A. M. C. to tho boys and girls and
said that Texas County Bankers'
Association endorsed it ns an ideal
placo to obtain an education.
The program was very interest-
ing and enjoyed by all of tho peo-
ple who wero fortunnto enough to
Is operated and managed by people who
have had years of experience irithehank-
ing business and therefore we are in posi-
tion to extend to our patrons the best
service and courtesy and give the most
careful attention to taking cafe of their
business ivhich can only be extended by
those who have had the experience.
DEPOSITS GUARANTEED t i7
W. E. HOCKER Prcsldont
R. A. MAPLE Vico-Prcs.
fc O. W. CAFKY Cashier
0. H. CAFKY Activo V.-Pres.
DOKEY ORGANIZER HERE
Fred llalin of Altus. Dokey or-
ganizer was hero tho first of the
week finishing up his work pre-
paratory to tho big ceremonies at
Woodward August 14th. Tho
Dokles are to tho Knights of
Pythias what the Shrlners are to tho
Masons the fun-making degree ot
tho order. Ho reports a big list
of candidates from Beaver Elk City
Woodward Altus Leedy Vlci La-
vcrne Buffalo nnd Perryton Texas.
The ceremony will open with a big
parade aliout C o'clock in the evening.
W. B. Blake of Woodward was
here on business Monday.
FIRST STATE BANK
W. E. HOCKER President R. A. MAPLE Vice-President
O. H. CAFKY Active Vice-Pres. FRANK COBELDICK Cashier
J. G. CAFKY Assistant Cashier
YOU ARE INVITED TO BANh WITH US
HOG MEN TAKE NOTICE
320 acres 3 miles of Beaver; 160 acres
good tillable land; 80 acres bottomland;
1 5 acres now in alfalfa; running water;
Free conveyance to Beaver schools.
Priced right and on easy terms.
H. V. Lawson
Word from the W. H. Thomas
R. A. Maple F. C. Tracy and Frank
Laughrln families who left in their
cars Inst week for Colorado Is that
they arrived safely and are enjoy-
ing the cool mountain breezes of
that section. Mrs. Geo. H. Healey
and her mother Mrs. C. M. Savage
who are In Denver and Mrs. E.L.
FIckol and daughter Dorrine who
drove to Colorado Springs last week
with Walter Fickel. aro also en-
Joying a reprieve from the heat
spending the summer in the shadow
of the Rockies.
FORD KICKS BREAKS ARM
J. C. Cafes young son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Cates Is carrying his nrm
in a sling the same having boon
broken Tuesday by the kick of a
Ford. Those "Lizzies" are worso
than the "Old Mauds."
Nice showers fell in this vicinity
Monday atternon and night refresh
ing lawns and flowers and reviving
gardens but so far aB we have been
able to learn the rain fall was not
great enough to be of benefit to
Tho Beaver County Baptst As-
sociation will convene at tho Bap-
tist church hero Friday night con-
tinuing over all day Saturday Sat-
urday night Sunday and Sunday
"WICHITA VISITORS HERE
Mr. nnd Sirs. M. L. Howe of
Wichita Kansas are hero visit
Ing with Mrs. Hpwo's sisters Mrs.
J. O. Catea of near old LaKemp
Mrs. Lilllc Kuns - nnd Mrs. Orn
Montgomery ot near Bnlko nnd
Mrs. Mary DIHow of tho Ozark
hotel. Heaver. Mr. Howe Is en-
gaged In the brokerage business in
WIchltn. Speaking of business con
ditions he Is convinced that times
nro bound to become gradually bet-
ter. Ho -says Investors around
Wichita are placing money and
slnco thoy nro seeing fit to Invest Is
the very best ovldonco that busi-
ness genornlly is looking up. His
advice 1b to all pull together. Pessi-
mism will ruin any country but on
tho other hand If all think beat and
do best tho liest Is bound to come.
Along with optimism ho would also
place cheerfulness and courteby. Ho
savB that thn business inon ot
WIchltn have organized a Ooodwlll
Club and havo adopted as their
slogan: 'Howdy You nic Welcome.'
And that It Is having Its effect.
He advises other towns to do like-
wise The Herald agrees with him.
Personally wo all havo our troubles
real or imaginary and whichever
they "hurt Just tho same but wo
must as a .town and community
learn to forgot It. Let's talK cheer
fulness and goodwill think it as
much as possible act It nnd watcn
results. It's a mighty good anti
dote for pessimism.
We nro glnd to stay above iho
100 mark In Sunday School thle
warm weather nnd our Intention Is
to keep Old Man Slumji away for
tho entire summer.
Tho Tracy Thomas and FIckol
families wero missed from their
various classes last Sunday. They
being in Colorado spending a few
weeks through the hot weather.
Brother Duff preached 'at 11:00
o'clock for us. Baptised two can-
didates in tho afternoon then ho
preached nt tho nirdomo in tho eve-
ning. Bro. F. M. Tlbbs Elm Croek Neb-
raska who is to take this pastorate
will be here ready for work by
September 1st. In the meantime
he will take a trln to tho mountains
and then move his household effects
and family here.
Our worthy Supeiintendont W. B
Hnnly and fnmlly returned Mondny
from Missouri. Thoy wero away for
Mrs. Mary Richard expects to
leave son for Wichita Kansas at
which place she will mako hor homo
with her daughter Mrs. Suslo Carter.
U. W. Kemp of Dombey was In
town this week. Ho Is out getting
acquainted with the people bolng
a candidate for county clerk on tho
Mrs. Louisa Pickett ot St Louis
a former Boavor county resident la
spending tho week nt Duck Fond'
visiting relatlxes and friends.
A SAD ACCIDENT
A very sad accident happened In
the Boyd neighborhood last Sunday
evening. Harold Prater was riding
a horse nnd leading some others
and soon after lie left the house the
horses returned without him. His
father immediately went to see what
had happened and found Harold
about 3-4 mllo from the house. He
had been diagged or thrown from
the horse he was riding and dragged
some distance kilting him instantly.
Harold D. Prater was born at
Pawnee Okla. November 20 1901.
Came with his parents to Beaver
county and settled near Boyd where
he has resided since. He attended
school nt Ooodwell for the last three
years. He was a bright student
and agreeable In his work.
He met his death aB above stated
July 23 1922. The funeral aerv-
lce was held at the home by W. C.
Bryan and his body laid to rest in
tha Bethany cemetery.
Jim and Walt DaviB of Rlversldo
were colled to Sedgwick KaUBas
this week by tho serious Illness of
their mother. They voro accom-
panied by their niece MIbs Dortiiy
Henry Frass Presldnt of tho
Frass Stato Bank of Darrouzette
Toxas was In town on business Sat-
urday. McAdams of Rlversldo was mar-
keting roasting cars one day last
Larwell Perkins fell from a box"
and fractured her collar bono but
Is getting along all right now.
Mrs. Oeo.'H. Wright left Sunday
for a threo weeks' vacation. She
expects to visit at Ashland Coldwn-
ter and with her mother nt Wll-
mote Kansas before her return.
O. T. Hightail assistant county
engineer Is in Gravette Arkansas
this week on business connected
with two big construction jobs in
which ho Is Interested.
Mis O. J. Loofbourrow expects to
go to Buffalo this week to spend
a few days at the home ot her
grandson Wado Loofbourrow and
Tho Annual Sunday School picnic
will ho held at Twin Mounds tho
27th. Everybody welcomo.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mathls ot
near Texhomn wero here on business
tho first of tho week.
Mrs. N. A Ford of Forgan was la
Geo. Parker was a county seat
Rev. Duff was in town Saturday
and he remained over Sunday and
preached at the Christian church.
Beryl Kile and family who have
been harvesting their wheat noar
Gage came in Sunday evening and
will remain hero a few days visit-
ing his parents D. M. Kile nnd
wife returning to tholr homo in
Colorado next week.
Geo. Weeden of Elmwood was in
town the first of tho wee"k.
BOOSTING TIIEIU CITY
This office Is In lecclpt of a very
handsome booklet gotten out by the
Chamber of Commerce of Canon
City Colorado and which was sent
us by Joe Qulnn formerly of Beav-
er and son of our J. R. Qulnn. The
booklet advertises Canon City In a
most attractive manner and; after
looking It over we are convinced
that thoy havo something to adver-
tlso. That sectlqn In one of the
beauty spots ot Colorado of which
thero are many.
Mrs. J. A. Barker of Elmwood
was matketlng vegetables in town
TO AID YOUR FEET
We recommend Blue Star for nil foot
trouble such as hard or soft corns
bunions sweaty feet or eczema of tho
feet; and all skin diseases such as
Itch. Eczema Ringworm Poiuon Onk
Old Sores and Sores on Children. Will
not stain your clothes and has a pleas-
ant odor. Long & Beegle Drug- Co.
Chas. Graff Republican
for State Treasurer
32 Years in Oklahoma; graduate A. ? M.;
served overseas; T3 years in business; endors-
ed by .Republicans all over the state.
If you don't want to lose your vote vote
If you want business in government instead
of polities' vote for Graff. '
Not a politician but an active business man.
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