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BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1913
The Heaver County Abstract Office
FRAZER & FICKEL
You Lose If You Don't Vote I
August 5(h. I
Mn. W. T. Qin.NN,
I am In receiptor jour letter ask
ing 111; views upon tho adoption (if
amendment to section 0, Article I). I
nm unqualifiedly In favor of adopting
this amendment, Nearly all the mem
bers of the Contitu tonal Co v mlon
are in favor of the name, including
Justices Hiyes, Kane and Williams of
the Supreme Court. I am in recMpt
of a letter today from Hon Win. II.
Murray, who is in favor of the amend
ment. Govrnor Hatkell is in favor of
tlie amendment. In 'act I know ol
lilt few .if tue old delegates who are
npp.ed ! it Same p.ii-ed tlie legis
laliire hy hi nost a uiianimnus vote
Til big rn I -ulit uro nut interested in
till- u ' ill. They now have thi
rightot eminent domain and will onlj
Jbujld rujlrnad when-they see proper.
" Whenever'the ume'ndment to section 0
Is not adopted, the independent rail
road builder cannot build a road. The
rosd contemplated to r.iii thr u h the
counties of Beaver, Texas ai.d Cimar.
rou, through tlie north , art of the
stale to Joplin. Missouri, Ik promoted
by independent parties outside of the
old railroad a impauies. If this amend
ment is not adopted, that road will not
be built. If It is adopted in my judg
ment it will be built within the next
If Section 0 is adopted, the amend
, nient rather, the Wichita Falls & North
western Hallway will be charging two
cents n mile In a very short Hunt. The
M. K. & T. Railway now owns that road
in violation of section 0, which will be
looked into in the near future.
Under the recent decision of tho Sn
pre in u Court, the Corporation Com
mission has the same Jurisdiction over
foreign corporations as it does over do
mestic corporations. I wrote an ex
toiiHlve article on this subject, which
was printed in the Oklahoman on the
10 th day of July. It means much to
Heaver City and your counly generally,
and I have no hesitancy in saying to
ypu that you should do all you could
to secure Its adoption. Remember
Renfrew Investment Company
W. F. CARSON, Mgr.
Beaver, - - Oklahoma
here is no campaign being made for
it. There is tint a dollar behind it.
and whether it is defeated or adopted
depends upon the work of the local
communities that are interested In tho
same. Yours vory truly,
Gj.0. A. Hkxshaw.
C. until sdouer.
Get Good Rains.
Vearly every part of the county was
visltvl bv good rain the past week
and In "onsequenee thereof crop con
ditions are much better than they have
been for sime weeks. The immediate
vicinity of Heaver has had two good
runs and sever ll showers the past
week, the ground Is in giod condition
tho tempersturo lowered to a more
llvabl degree and everybody feels
Win Munsell arrived in Heaver Sun
day for a visit with IiIh father, Dr L.
S. Munsell He visited here Sunday
and Monday departing TuesJay. Mr
Miuml! .resides In. Portland, Oregor.
He had been visiting relatives In Dal
las, Detroit and Caldwell, Kansas, and
stopped hereon hit return to tho Coast
Sign Your Name.
The Hkrami receives communica
tions from time to time for publluati' n
to which the contributor fails to attat b
his name. All such coinmunicatiot s
invariably reach tho waste basket ft r
we cannot publiuli any contributions
without knowing; who is responsible
for the article. If desired, tlie mime
wilt lie withld from publications bill
wo must know who is the author. Here
after, In sending in articles which you
wish to appear in thu HKmald. don't
forget to sign your name.
The Beaver band gave a concert f at
urday afternoon on tho street. Tne
earnentcr shop at the corner of Dnrg
las and Second was II tied up fur a
combination ctuid stand and 10 r li
nient booth nn 1 while the band dis.
ooii reed their t-weet strains of stirring
music, the ladies served ico en an ,
sherbet, eako and lemonade for the
benefit of tho organization.
Tho Dcst Hot Weather Tonic
GROVK'S TASTlU.nsSchllt TONIC enriches the
blood, buildi up the whole tystem and will won
dtrtully strengthen and fortify you to withstand
the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c.
W. SAVAGE, FOR FARM LOANS, Reaver, Oklahoma
W. S. Kennedy and family moved to
W. O. Fields and wire loft Monday
for Colorado. They expect to be gone
In the absence or tho Christian
church pastor Superintendent II. O.
Fellow occupied tho pnlplt there.
Mrs. P. Ij. Thomas is enjoying n visit
from her sister, Mrs. W. A Seavcr and
two children, of Qratiby, Missouri.
Miss Nolle Judy returned to Heaver
tho first of the week, after a short visit
with her sister, Mrs. It A Maplo. on
Attorney Win. Itush enjoyed a visit
the past week from a daughter and her
son, who arrived from St Joseph, Mis
souri, last Thursday.
Mrs. B. P Russell and Mrs. F. A.
Sharon are enjoying a visit from a
sister and two nieces, who arrived
Sunday from Springfield, Missouri.
II. J. Co Hey and wife passed through
Beaver last week in their Ford touring
carenrnute to their heme at I.aKemp
from an overland trip to Woodward.
Superintendent II. C. Fellow gave an
interesting tain on the Egyptian Pyra.
tiiids in connection with tlie Bibli
School lesson at the Presbyteriai
Clarence Kennedy, wife and little
son, "who have been In Heaver for
several weeks. Clarence doing carpen
ter work here, returned to their home
Beaver's Pride "Tho Band!' will dis
course beautiful music at the Court
House Friday evening followed by
t'tlks from various persons at tho good
The plan of the W. U. T T. will be
explained nt the Christian Church Fri
day, August 1st at 3 p. in and charter
members secured. Everybody come
and help the good cause.
R. C. Fuln experienced n runaway
while enrnute to Kurgan Wednesday in
which he was slightly bruised, the
buggy badly demolished and tho team
fearfully injured by running into a
barbed wir fence.
August lt, at .'I o'clock p in.. In the
Christian Church, the Beaver W. O.T
U, will launch Its boat and Join tlie
crew of thousands more who are sail
ing toward a haven of good health,
happy homeB and truo living. Of cotiro
yotl will como.
A number from Heaver attended a
picnic given at Hirdsall's grove, on the
Klowu, last Friday and Saturday, by
The Broom Corn Growers' Association.
They report a large crowd in attend
anco and the usual picnic entertain
The Mission Study class will meet
with Mrs. Hraidnood Thursday at 3:00
o'clock p' m , August 8th, Subject
"An Educational Hcvplutiou." Hook
"China's New Day" which is being
studied by all denominations thiyear.
It is too Interesting to miss.
M, 8. Fellow, Leader
Rov. L. L. Shaw went over to Gate
Saturday whero he dedicated a new
Christian Church at that place Sun
day. A feature of the occasslon was
a beautiful baskot dinner. Other Hea
ver people who attended were: Mr.
and Mrs. B. P. Russell, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. H. Wright, Mrs. D M. Kilo, J.
R Qulnn, Miss Julia Maddux and Mrs
V. T. Quinn,
Death Again in Our Midst
It become the sad duty of tho Hei-
am) again this week to chronicle the
death of another one of our friends, a
young Indy who has resided in our
midst for a number of years and one
who numbered her friends by her
Miss Viola Ives, daughter of Mr and
Mrs A M. Ives, of Hnlko, passed away
at the homo of her friend, Miss Edith
I.oofbourruw, north of Beaver. Tues
day everting, July 29th, 101.1, nt 8 00
o'clock p. m , after an illness of ten
days. Herdeath was due to blood poi
son induced by an injury received the
-1st, Inst , when in company with her
brother Molvin nnd a young lady
friend, who had been visiting her and
whom' they wore taking to the train,
they were driving to Forgan and on
nearlng tho Sam MaKce piano north
of the Sand Hills they attempted to
drive arnmid a wagon load of hogs
One of the horses became frightened
and jumped suddenly to one side
cramping the buggy and over-turning
it. The Indies were caught under the
vehicle and Miss Viola received an ugly
wound on the left limb just above the
ankle, the llesh being torn away to the
bone and badly lacerated. She applied
llrst aid treatment at oner and stnppul
tho How of blood and was quickly
carried to tho homo of O J. l.oofbt tir
row whero medical aid was summoned
and the wound carefully dressed.
The patient withstood tho shock and
pain of the injury remarkably well and
seemed to be recovering until Sunday
evening when blood poison developed
and she grew rapidly worse until death
called her away two days later.
No young woman in the entire
county was better known nor mote
generally boloved by all who know her
than was Miss Viola. She was a young
woman of rare and oxceptional ability
and one whom It was a pleasure to know-
She had Just recently completed her
studies and fitted herself for a Chiro
practor and she was one of the best in
tier profession. Her education was
complete and her training thorough
Slio handled her wurk skillfully uml
wasnpldly gaining popularity and
abhtrvftig'noino remarkable successes
in her chosen work to which she gave
hor utmost energy and intense thought
She leaves a heart-broken mother
and father, three brothers, many other
relatives and Innumerable friends to
mourn her untimely death. To the
immediate family ami to her devoted
friend, Miss Edith I.oofbourruw, the
Hkrald together with all those who
knew hor, extend sincere sympathy,
Their grief Is too deep for words to
alleviate and only kindly tima itself
may soften tho heartaches and cause
tho eyes wnich nro now blind with
weeping to seo n brighter hope in the
world beyond. Their loved one. now
free from care and pain, nwaita them
where "death is swallowed up in vic
tory" and where partings never como
Brief funeral services were conduct
ed at the homo of O. J. I.onofbourrow
Wednesday attoruoou at 1.00 o'clock
p. in , by Rov j. L. Hhaw, and the
remains taken to tho old home In
Nebraska, Thursday, for burial
Thus, so suddenly, comes to an end
a useful ana precious lite; a nappy
home is turned into a house of mourn
ing and fond hopes, which teemed
soon to bo realized, forever blighted
All goes to tho more thoroughly con
vince us of tho uncertainty of death
and how tho Grim Reaper comes at a
time and In a manner least expected
and how well we should be prepared
to receive the summons when it comer.
Just as she, who wits culled and found
ready, let us live a life of usefulness,
kindness and love, and leave behind us
a record unspotted and an example
worthy of emulation.
Geo. P. Brown, Jr., was in from Elm
wood Saturday. He and his family
will remove to Mosquero, Now Ncxico.
th' latter part of the week and he or
ders tho IIf.raiu sent to his new ad
dress. They have taken laud in that
Mayor Sets Good Example.
Mayor Elbert Cllft si t a gpod ex
ample as well as did a charitable deed
and one which will cause many people
to call him blessed for days to come,
when he put down a good nalk in front
of the building occupied by the Rob
ertson Millinery establishment, tlie
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
A Sale that means Real Reductions.
Commences Saturday, August '), 1913, Continuing
Two Weeks Only
This halo will be it compluto clearance of one of the
largest: stocks of merchandise In Beaver County, a gen
eral htock reduction applying to the entire stock and tho
prices will justlfy.anyono in borrowing money at heavy
Interest, to take advantage of them.
One page of (hi-paper will lie used next week in quoting
prices, but the greatest lent of the real saving on purchases during
this sale, will bo a personal inspection o. tlio Red Tag prices ap
pearing on everything in my store, which will bo arranged for
your ready inspection
F. C. TRACY.
Card of Thanks.
Wo deeply appreciate) tho sincere
sympathy and kind nsslslance given
us during tlie illness nnd tho death of
our loved one. Especially do wo lr
alro to thank Mr and Mrs. 0 J. I.oof-
hiurrnw and dauchter. Miss Edith.
who ilid everything In their power fo-
our comfort and to assist us. Words
fall us to express tho gratitude we feel
In oir heart.
A. M. Ives ani Family.
Decision by State Supt.
County Superintendent H. C. Fellow
has received tho following communi
cation In reply to an inquiry mado by
him In regard to Normal Institute
Diplomas excusing tho holders thereof
from attending the regular Annual
County Institute. Tho decision fol
lows nnd will be of interest to teach
Supt. II. 0. Follow f
Deay Sir: Replying to youra I beg to
reply that Institute Diplomas, issued
by anyone, doevnot excuse tho holder
from attending tho Summer Norn nl
Institute. It. II. Wilson,
Surprising Cure of Stomach
When you have trouble with your
stomach or chronic constipation, don't
imagine that your case Is beyond help
just because your doctor fails to give
you relief, Mrs. G. Stengle, Plainflcld,
N .1 , writes, "For over a month past
I huvo been troubled with my stomach.
Evorvthing I ateupsi t it terribly. One
of Chamberlain's advertising booklets
came to mo After reading a few ol
the letters from people who had been
cured by Chamberlain's Tablets, I de
cided to try them. I have taken near
ly three-fourths of a package of them
and can now eat Almost everything I
want." For sale by all dealers.
And AH Drug Addictions Pain
lessly and Permanently Cured
Irv Ten to Fifteen Days
The Hill treatment is nut a Hyoscino or gradual reduction treat
ment, but is a simple vegetable compound that thoroughly eliminates
all narcotio or alcoholic poison from the system, thereby foreverdestry
ing all desire or craving for liquor or drugs in any form.
You are taking no chances or running any risk in coming to us for
treatment, as you aro not required to pay one penny until you know
you nro cured. WHY PAY OUT YOUR MONEY IN ADVANCE FOR
A "TREATMENT" when you can GET CURED FIRST AND PAY FOR
IT WHEN YOU KNOW YOU ARE CURED by coming to tho
Christian Church Services.
Christian Church Services Sunday,
Bible School at 10.00 o'clock a. m
Communion Service 11 :00a. in.
Christian Endeavor nt 7:K p. m.
L. L. Shaw, Pastor.
Pedagogues, lawyers, sheriff. Judges
nnd others, including a fonr of tho
weakor sex, will speak at tho Court
House, Friday evening at 8:30 to 10:00
o'clock. Do you want to miss It? I
don't. Hand music, vocal solos and
quartet will entertain.
The King of All Laxatives.
For constipation, headaches, indi
gestion nnd dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
Now Life Pills. Paul Mathulkn, of
HulTnln, N. Y., says they nro the "King
of nil laxatives They aro a blessing
to al my family and I always keep a
box at homo." Got n box nnd get well.
Price 55c, Recommended by Fred 0.
On last Friday evening nt tho Court
House tho clouds pronounced thu ben
ediction nnd the people didn't visit
long thereafter. As wo were not quite
started in the program for tho occasion
wo will meet again nt tho snino placo
with the tame program and hope, to
complete it era thu clock strikes ten.
Please be there by 8:3.) p. m , if possi
ble. When? Friday evening, August
- Tho ponplo of Heaver have,' been
looking into the merits of thu Women's
Christian Temperance Union, which is
now in active work all over tho world
and want to bo Identified with it and
hence a meeting of nil who wish to be
como tneiubers nnd nil who nro In any
wny Interested In the cause of human
ity are requested to meet at tho Chris
tian Church, Friday at 3:00 o'clock
p. m , August 1st.
Mns. II, O. Fellow, Organizer.