The Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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Ilie Beaver Cquntii Democrat.
ftj The Beaver I'uhlUiiliitf Co.
PuMi&lied Every Thursday.
t 1i. "iK;;.™, Editors.
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Adv«rti ing B«l* n>«d« knowc. on tppllca.
Er.it red ti ^rcoiiil-rltd m*tur Jor.f 11. 1K«,
It lh« pod offirr it H<-m«*r. Oklahoma, ooiltr
ttic act of C'ou*r«t* of >i*rcl. It. It/79.
Oistrict Court Proceedings.
ii? hperla) Correspondent.
Guthiie, March 17.—The
governor signed Senate Bill
So. 295, authorizing boards
of education to construct and
maintain more than one
school house in certain dis-
tricts in the state, also House
Bill No. 5, making 10,000ap-
propriation fortheclyone suf-
ferrers in Cimarron and Texas | *
The School Land depart-
loaned to Oklahoma farmers
during the week ending
March 13, 1909, $31,450.
Joel Sandlin, private sec-
retary to the Governor, has
received the appointment of
judge of the Superior Court
of Logan county. Sandlin
served with distinction in the
C'-'^ututional conve n ti jd
48 private secretary has
proven himself to be a born
diplomat. His appointment
appears to give universal sat-
For the Public Good.
About three hours each
day, says the Niles (Tex.)
Messenger, the editor of this
newspaper sits down on the
cracker box he uses for an ed-
itorial chair and reads all the
newspaper exchanges that
come to this office, and in them
he finds many things that
make the editor think of what
a royal army of good willed
men are working and battl-
ing in their special fields for
the welfare of our state and
nation for about seven days
Some of them are daily pa-
pers, Sunday and all, but
most of them are like the
Messenger, publishsd b u t
once a week. We get the
daily grist of all kinds of
events, national and state,
from the dailies almost before
it is cold off the press, and
which is daily pap to a news-
paper man, and for which we
are thankful every day, but
those weeklies are the "joy of
It matters not where the
editor is located, you will al-
ways find him optimistic, and
fighting for his particular
community—and it doesn't
matter whether the patron-
age justifies it or not—he will
every week be found at the
same old stand do:ng battle
for the people among whom
he lives and does business.
Senate Bill No. 14, bv Rod-
die, known as the Roddie in-
surance bill, became a law
Thursday by the signatnre
of Governor Haskell.
The governor approved
House Bill No. 537 making
appropriation for the pay-
ment of legislative printing
and for the salaries of the
members of the legislature,
the officers and employes.
Senate Bill No. 186, autho-
rizing and giving power to
any board of county commis-
sioners in the state to pay
for erecting or replacing
biidges destroyed by floods,
and senate bill No. 291, pro-
viding for cost of bridges and
repealing section 7, article 2,
chapter 29, Session laws of
Oklahoma of 1903, was sign-
ed by Governor Haskell this
morning. Both bills carried
the emergency clause.
The office of the attorney
general is being beseiged by
inquiries regarding the new
city election law. Assistant
attorney general Reeves stat-
ed that the main features of
the bill were:
First. That all elections in
cities and towns are under
the direction of the county
election board and that the
election this year will be
Tuesday, April 27th.
Second. That all nomina-
tions for position on the pri-
mary ballot must be made by-
application of the one desir-
ing the position not later
than ten days before the pri-
mary election which will be
Tuesday, April 6th. '
Tli© following is the disposition of
tli«- various ctfMM in District Court up
to the adjournment of court :
A. II. Ta#dv v* A. H. Barrett, et
nl, rinftinge*. judir**rnent for plaintiff
In the mini of
J. \\. Saratcc va Km Hcrrlnjr, con*
trart, report of referee H. K. Hoover
for plaintiff for f4iM.
K K. Baldwin vn M F. Halting*,
f)lck on, Mult on note, continued for
F.C.Tracy v* David J. Howard,
wult to wt a*ide deeds, report of refe-
ree J, 0. itoberta In favor of plaintiff.
S. Klein vm Frank H. Murphy, ac-
ti. C. Brown v« W. L. I.edbetter,
••t al, replevin, continued.
N. J. lU hn & F. M. Bohn vm John
Haicer, judgement for support of
I'ermella ft. l^dhetter v* W. L,
I<edl etter. divorce, continued.
HigKlnhotham & Jones vs Levy
Taylor, attachment. Jury trial judge
merit for plaintiff for flfiO.
Fred C. Trac.v vs J. 8. Fischer,
Daniel Hunt ve Eltnlaa Hunt, dt
Bewver Co.. Okla,, v* J. H. Langs-
ton Ex-Co. Clerk, R. B. (Juinn et al,
demur overruled and leave given to
Amelia A, Buck v* Don C. Buck,
J. D. Smith vs Zoea Smith, divorce
Gabriel Hohrhach vs F. N. T. Bohr-
bach, divorce, continued for service.
Tessle Early vs Leonldaa Earley,
C. (i. Maphet.Co, Com, & ex-offlcio
overseer of poor vs Frank Merrlott,
provide for custody of mluor child-
Itiibaw Hagan va Orle Bader, suit
on note and attachment, continued
lames McMiillan vs H. P. Owen
et al, suit on note, continued.
Frank Laughrln vs W. H. McCune,
foreclosure real estate, continued for
W. H Thomas & F. C. Tracy v«
John Webb, et nl, suit for an account-
ing, referred to V. H. Grinatcad aa
Get ready cash for your unemploevd
possessions by using the classified J0r
Sale, For Rent and Want Columns of The
Wichita Eagle. Cost: ft oents a Line (6 words
count as a line in the case of cash business.) 15 cents min.
Mail to the WICHITA EAGLE, Wichita, Kansas, or
leave with the BEAVER COUNTY DEMOCRAT.
Cleveland, Q, March 22.-\Vil-
lio Whitla, H years old, who was
kidnapped from a school house
in Sharon, Pa. last Thursday
and held for |10,000 ransom, was
returned to his father in tbe Hoi-
lenden hotel here l.o-night at
8:30 o'clock. Mr. YVhitla paid
$10 000 to tiio kkhiapportt' ayoiii,
a woman who did uot stop to
Attention has been called
to the fact that ninety per
cent of the bonds sent to the
state auditor has to be sent
back for correction. This al-
ways causes delay and often
disapointment and it can all
be avoided by starting right
and keeping right. Districts
that are contemplating a
bond issue will do well to con-
sult the county superinten
dent or send to the state au-
ditor for instructions.
State vs J. M. Killough, burglary,
sentenced 1Jyears in penitentiary.
State vs Fred Lundy, grand larceny ;
State vs B. F. Marriott, statutory
rape; hung jury.
State vs Jennie Linneborn and M. L.
Hunter, open and notorious adultery;
State vs Fred LaBell, selling mort-
gaged property; continued.
State vs Otto Kniss, selling mort-
gaged property ; 0 months cjunty jail,
or costs and 8 months in jail.
State vs Jake Ruder and May Tim-
mons, open and notorious adultery ;
All cases in which Fred Taintor was
J. E. George Lumber Co. vs Lee
Beaver Co. vs Fred C. Tracy Ex-Co.
Clerk and ex-officio Register of Deeds,
J. S. Fischer vs County Commission-
ers, appeal; continued.
Joscy Linneborn vs W. H. Hively,
All cases of Beaver Valley «fc North-
western Railroad Company, condem-
nation proceedings; continued.
Final Proof MONEY
FARM LOANS SEE
A F Rock
Beaver, Oklahoma, and Liberal, Kansas
Also, if you have Relinquishments, Deeded Land,
School Land, Farm or Ranches to sell list them with
me at either office.
Make Final Proof
THOMAS P. BRAIDWOOD
U. S. Commissioner.
BEAVER, . OKLAHOMA.
All Land Office Business Transacted.
T. P. Braidwood T. C. Braidwood
r. P. BRAIDWOOD & son:
(8uccbssor8 TO VIDKLlTlj ABSTRACT co.)
According to the statement
of the mayor of Brinkley,
Ark., thirty-five people were
killed and more than 200 in-
jured by the tornado that re-
cently destoyed the town.
This is a greater loss than
was at first reported.
Stiff neck is caused by rheu-
matism of the muscles of the
neck. It is usually confined to
one side, or to the back of the
ntck and one side. While lit is
often quite painful, quick relief
may be hud by applying Cham-
berlain's Liniment. Not one case
of rheumatism in ten requires
internal treatment. When there
is no fever and no swelling as iu
muscular and chronic rheuma-
tism, Chamberlain's Liniment!
will accomplish more thau any
internal treatment. For sale by
Let us protect your house
and barn with solid copper cable
Tracy Hardware Co.
ssaaaaaas!^unllke any other.
newspaper is '
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.