The Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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The Beaver Gountv Democrat,
Thr Only Democratic Newspaper in Beaver County-
F. C. Tka«T.
W. H. WiLLHort.
BKAVER, BEAVKR Cot:NTV, (>KLAHOMA,
Thursday March 25. 1W)
Vol. 3, No. 43
Guthrie, March 22.—The Kan-
sas City Journal ii a recent is-
sue, editorially paid a high com-
pliment to the supreme court of
Oklahoma on account of an opin-
ion handed down by Judge Bak-
er of the criminal court of ap
peals. Quoting from tbe opinion;
•'When a defendant is clearly
proven to be guilty, this court
will not reverse a conviction up
on any technicality or exception
which does not effect tbe sub-
stantial rights of *he defendant.
The editorial proceeded toenu
merate instances where justice
is often prevented through tech-
nical interferences and closed
the editorial with tVie following
"This brave Oklahoma judge
who dares to apply the rule ot
common sense in interpreting
the law deserves tbe condemna-
tion of a long suffering people.
All praise to him and may bis
tribe increase until his kind fill
all the posts of judiciary all ouer
It is a matter of pride to note
that the Oklahoma judiciary in
the short space of time it has
been in existance hus won the
highest commendation of the
best lawyers of the nation.
Not only have we the best con-
stitution, but the best court of
any state in tbeUniou.
li I P. Hall, ipi ltL, "09.
Plenty of fun for old and young.
Class No. 2, Christian S. S.
Full line of high grade Granite Ware just
arrived and it is the kind you have been
looking for. Anything yon want in the Hard-
ware and Implement line.
And can satisfy yon in prices on anything
from a carpet tack to a threshing machine-
See us before buying eleswhere for
Wagons, Buggies Plows, Binders, Cultiva-
tors, Windmills, Pumps, Stoves, Tin-
ware, Cutlery, General Hardware
or anything in Hardware
Nashville, Tenn. Marcti 20—
Dan can B Cooper and his son ,
Robin, are spending the first
„iBbt at home since ^November 9,
following their release on «25, >09
bail each this afternoon, after
their conviction this morning of
murder in the second degree for
the killing of former Senator E.
W Carmack, the verdict carry
ing , penalty of 20 years in tbe
The verdict came as a great
su prise, following the announce-
ment of the jury yesterday when
"they acquitted John D. Sharp,
one of the co-defendants.
When the jury brought in this
verdict they announced that they
were hopelessly tied up as re-
i/ards the two Coopers, but they
were sent back for further con-
sideration of the case by Judge
TAKEN IN BY SMOOTH CHECK SWINDLERS
Deputy Sheriff Hoar Arrives With Prisoners Who Arc'.! Once
Identified and Placed in Jail- One Resident ol Alfalfa
County Near Kiowa Kansas, the Other One
I Is Unknown.
BEAVER CITY HOTEL
1. VV. Thompson, prop.
our tioum Is on* « ! lb* ♦* ' To*n *«id Ktr .t i'\mm n
Rvtty ThI N*s •wplM *hw BEST o 1 fat**
llfHHoimliU*. Errr.Y Conrterr E*t in1w1.
Bogus check workers plied
their nefarious business in
Enid again. This time Ken-
nedy Bros., are the losers to
the amount of about $40.
The fraud was not discov-
ered until yerterday when
Thomas KennOdy deposited
the*checks in the bank, hav-
ing cashed them Saturday
evening after banking hour
meat on the Bank of ftnid
for the same amount signed
by E. Mason. After secur-
ing the changc in good mon-
ey Mason disappeared.
As soon as the fraud was
discovered Sheriff Campbell
was notified and he detailed
Ed. Hoar on the case.
The fellows were trailed to
Cherokee where they werear-
Hebe's The Idea.
An Ideal Cough Remedy.
"As an ideal cough medicine I
regard Chamberlain's Cough Re-
medy in a class by itself,, says
✓ Dr R. A. Wiltshire, of Gwynville,
lnd "1 take greav< pleasure in
testifying to the results of Cham-
berlain's Cough Medicine. In
fact, I know of no other preper-
ation that meets so fully t e e*
poctations of the most, exacting
incases of croup and coughs of
children. As it contains noopiu*
chloroform or morphine it cer-
# tainly makes a most safe, p c
a- ant and efficacious remedy f
the ills it is inteuded.' l4ur s
by all druggists.
enmg alteroa" .'V rested last night and brought
Along in the evening a man | este «
entered the store and pur
chased a pairof gloves tender-
ing a check on the Garfield
Exchange Bank for $20. The
check was signed by J. Ward
Lewis. After receiving cash
in change Lewis went out.
Later a stranger came in and
to Enid this morning. Thej
were identified at once by Mr.
Kenedy and a number of em-
ployees of the store at the
It has been learned that the
man gi^ng the name of J.
i Ward Lewis resides near Ki-
purchased a pair of ovei^llsjowa, 1
and presented a check in pa\
We can take your orders for
subscription lo the Daily Okla
1 hotnan. If you wish to sub-
scribe call on us. It won't cost
1 you one cent more and will help
As adem<.nslraMona«ain t"'e! Ui
aentcuces imposed upon Samuel |
l'01" if rMnrrUon b y*" J ll * 0 > Arc her S. Barrow
wTiuht in the Superior Cou« of | Auctioneer and I.ive Slock
iho District of Columbia, more | Salcsomll wm t.ry sa|os any
than 5,000 members <-t laoj Address, Floris, Oklaho
If you bring a prescription we
will compound it carefully and accu-
rately, and also keep track of the
i prescription for you.
We also carry the best line of
Toilet Articles in the City.
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t Inn* st rtslljr confident tal.H A1
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[The Gem Pharmacy
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Willhour, W. H. & Tracy, Fred C. The Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1909, newspaper, March 25, 1909; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349189/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.