The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 14, 1912 Page: 2 of 4
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The BeQvep Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMS - - Publisher.
PUM.ISHKD KVKItY THURSDAY.
teredattuepoitoHlreat IVwrar. OklaheSM
ti torotxl elaaa nmll mutter.
Alvertlaintr rate made known upon
application. l'ric' reasonable.
Subscription Price. JlOOn Year
Clerk ol Did. Court
Cierk of Co. Court
Reg. of Deeds
Com. 1st Dist.
Com. 2d Dint. A
John A. j-pnhn
C!i. II. Wright.
tieo. K. litmly
John E. Swijm.
U. F. Pruett.
Mff Mp Maplf
II I). Peoklmni.
11. M Httlkk.
A. II Fox Itanhoi'
A Haskell Klmvrootl
Com. 3d Dlt. V. S. Vnndeburg Couch
Henry Kca el and AverSwan enul
returned from Ulaxlcr.Tuesdny Jut r
little bit too late to vote. Tlioy went
with wheal nnd brought liuek (umbel
There was a lot ul scratching 'dom
In thl prt'einot.
(Sets & Adams haled broomcorn for
the widow It-u Monday. She expects
to get away to Oklahoma City the II rot
of next neck. She will livu with hi r
iareiits .Mr. and Mr. t.iuoii who re
ride in that city.
It 1). TIioiiiab ha (-"i".' to fllazler
Tenia today witli a lond of wheat fur
(2.0 Itldluu. It seems that they gft
from So to 10j mvru tu-r bushel there
than at Korean. Why the dllTcrenee'
Wllcfl Oorten who has been er)
low with typhoid is slowly gaining
which Ills many friend are glad u
hear. The finer ws understand la
now broken and if tnero Is no back sci
he will noon be up and about ngiiin.
We henr all Muds of encouraging re-
port about broomcorn. Vu nre told
that tliure will be bujerit out In the
country t-j buy our brush this wcet
and will pay from ou to 8c per pound
Here's hoping that it Is true.
Mrs. ilird Iollnk has been making
her aeml-yeiirly del'very or Indies
warliiK apparel thu Inst few daH.
KvcryoiiH scorns well pleaded with the
goods obtained from tier
The Holiness iieople are holding Sun-
day Sclmnl at Olflt. No. lt!0 every Sun-
day at 10:30 a. in All are invited to
come nnd take put with them.
' cm not cee why wn tltiu't have a
teacher for our school. The iliitricl
nor the children won't g't ninth pond
of tint school till year If it doe not
anon open up. Out busy director)
Hiid let's have thu Mils in euhool.
Mr and Mm. Itidlon nre contemplat-
ing a move o Forgan coon
It I Thoiuna purchased a horse
from tint widow I. co la.t Monday.
Mr. 3ercey who rented the Kobt.
IIliiUou farm wnn taken lik wlulu at
work putting in his wheat ami wan
compelled to n liome ngiln and we
hear he ha given up (he place.
Tho Mother-. Club will meet this
coming Thureilny wiih Mr. Wliltow.
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing hi shirt from hi buck tin
Ohio man Hugged ii train nod saved it
from a wreck but 11 T. Alston Kill-
eiyh N C oneo prevented a wreck
wi h Elretrlo Hitter. ''I was in a tur-
lilile plmhtwlieu I began to use them"
he wrlten "my stonuuh Jiead back
aim kidney were all linlly atTccttMl
and my liver w.ts In bid condition but
four bottle of Electric Hitter made
iiih feel like a new man" A trial will
-olivines jou of their matchless merit
for any etomue.li liver or kiduoy troub-
le. Trice 60 cent at Fred 0. Tatiej .
Tin' 1MI A H ihci M-eder I as b-?cn
laid up a few days tr rfwlrs but this
i expected when it fellow pell in a
-lr iU President Wilton now
If you plrMi.
Summer I detmrtiiig Harbinger of
the eoM month are ml hand Xature
pmdaeuor Hwllorn of I'lenty" nre
lMtcintiint- u manlfefl theintelve In
thU vieimty. It nwIa r-rrlml one
that the "mlaiMuoly dy" will aoon
ie with u once more. Now that liar-
et i-i pmelically etimpleted and the
rain I RatheretHiiUf th granary we
art- well firepflrnl fur "King Winter"
to reign for w-veral long month. The
fall rrui u including grape and apple
have made their appearance and before
we arareely rvalize the faet these pro
ducts will b gutherH nd Im- n thing
nf the pan. trnw hat tire down to
rock Utt com price which only stc
to remind its that thl wearing appnrol
lia met it doom far the prfsent jear
Argu mention the merit of pollil-jal
ciindidatw are heanl on every hand.
Ahfeh teuds to make an enrnefitly in-
quire "where ha thu jutnmer gone?"
Tho delightful November day which
are the most pifeetln the year In thif
latitude will soon be experienced
riieneloftily will follow the ohlll De-
eemlter wind and the earth will be
miiMrrd with it mantle of white The
Joyful Yuletide 'lll bo near and we
will be enreh-ped in the dreary calm
of another eatoii of ice and snow.
Klmore Murray will start to thread
kaillr furJett ro on Monday morn-
ing. Nov. 11. Mot everybody will lie
read as soon as the machine can get
to them Full vork I being rushed in-
rapid ly as possible and then we will
have a long time tuvUIt one another
Hed Martin is under the weather for
the at few dajeaud not dblo to be
The W. W. l'alne residence is undei
way und prospect grow brighter for n
matrimonial venture In the near fu-
ture. Uur Willie believes in g-'ttine
tho sage liefor he gem the bird. ell
rlglit you are Willie.
Darling Smith and Hen Jett went to
I.Rerne Thurtdny to get coal to threfh
Well. vv have heard all kinds of re-
poit about broomcorn buyer tliat
were coming out lifter election but it
is not the report that we want wt
would like to see tho color of the buy-
I er's hair no and see what ho looki-
Died At Kansas CUy Mo. Floie
Onbbert (loodale aged !J0 jeara. Mis
(iooduli-'it remains v.eru shipped to
Gate and tlur funeral was held I'rldav
Novembur Rtli at -':80 p. in. Mrs.
Uooitttlu win a former resld-nt of Uea-
vur county having resided near Cllne
for several jcars. Her husband wo
killed by lightning about suven yeurt
T.I How nade a trip to Englc-I Summon by Publication
wwmI Kansas for the Macy Drug Co.sutr Okl.hoaa. IlhIlstr.cttort
and hlmelf Nov. Cth. Few trips aro rtwvter Cwintr S fUcntT
made to Kansas now ; we have n road Jl C. Mnrpher. rtalaOB
nf our own. If rlu.ra snm an express Minaret K. Mnrpher. Drfewttnt
ngent at Kuowlos this trip could lmvu
Sunday Nov 3 quite a crowd of
young people were entertained at the
Only a Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered as with burned
lunula he held up a small round box.
"Fellow !" In- shouted "this Uucklen's
Arnica Salve I hold ha everything
mat Tor burns." Hight! also forbotlr
ulcers sore pimples eczema cuts
sprains bruises. Surest pile cure. Ii
subdues Inlliimatlon kills p.iin. OnI
.fi cents at Fred C. Tracy's.
Kiowa Flash Light.
Tho infant babe of Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
F Oneal has been Jnylng very low for
tho past ton days
We are having heavy frosts now
since tho late rain and it makes n Tel-
ler bustle to keep his blood in circula-
tion. Dill Snngcrs and K. Smith had a
publio sale on the nth and thoy expect
to go to Colorado with u view to locat-
ing where there is plenty of fuel
Sunday w-is quite dusty mid iimst
everybody stayed lit homo
Fred Croxton will soon start ti bund
a neat and up-to-date modernUvvelliiig
on his farm northeast of Logeu.
March wind In November. Tho wind
undo good tluio .Monday night
Everyone still busy hnullng wheat to
Meeting begins at Cross llnads Mon-
day night with Ilevs. 0. H. Wilson and
Wllford as prenchors.
0 II. tlnrk.rnnd family loft Tuesday
f ir Missouri. They vvoro called to tin
bedside of her mother.
Mrs. Hoiohor visited Mrs. C. H. liar-
kor Thurtday evening.
Several of tho neonlo from this
iielghlKirhitod attended clmroli at Bea
ver Sunday and Sunday night.
Itevs. Wilson nnd Mlt'ord visited
John ilsun Saturday night.
Liwrpiico Owens was down from
Zelnia n few dajs last week.
Hnjmond Twentier left Thursday for
Uueklen Kansas where ho Is employed
in tho auto business.
John Banner nnd wife wore tow n vis-
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Muimctit is cheaper and hotter. D imp-
on pleco of (lanucl with it and bind
itoer tho uQVotod pnrtBflnd It will re-
lieve tho pain and (.oronesa. For eule
by all dealers
Clinrles Tlionuwon nnd his seeding
crew parted through our vicinity leav-
ing no brush behind that Uiu writer
School closed on election day. We
voted nt thu school house.
It is about decided to close our Sun-
day school December 1st so few are in
Hush nnd Sells nre out heading kaillr
corn Kaillr is falling last since the
l.i t fret '
Stantou c Huvvo liav ttliut down for
vvuut of bucki ts to hold their molasses.
Curfman House. The day was blus
tery. but they had a good time.
Miss Ilva tho handsome daughter of
.Mr. and Mrs. T. Hurrls of Itlverside.
was married Nov 'Jd nt Knowles and
Sunday a wedding dinner was given at
the homo of her parents. Only rela-
tives were present
Mr. Holdlman anil famtly and his
son-in-law and family are soon to quit
n for Waterloo Iowa. We are sorry
to sen them go.
T. !.. Howe lust In from Knglewood
an) some of the business men there
complained of dull time No wonder;
we Heaverites are building our own
towns now. j
Mr. Huberts has moved part of his
goods to I.averne and some to Know les
Hardman is at Knnwles.
Mnnr headers nre at work in our
neighborhood. Crops will soon be in
News came to-day that no syrup
palls can be got in Wichita Kansas
City or Oklahoma City. We can only
say the molasses is ready but we can-
not get pulls.
Now that the election is over nnd
nearly 10.000000 spot tc beat Taft
and Koasevelt let us buckle down tu
huslne- and get our part of it.
Our school lias been running but nt
no time this school mar has tho at
tendance I ecu as full as last term.
The only fault to bo found with the
weather is that it Is too dry to sow
wheat. It is beautiful dry and dusty.
A. Stanton goes to Knnwles Satur-
day and will return Sunday Sorghum
making will commence again Monday
and hope to HnUli befuru a shut-down
As a succe our pie supper was a
failure. As soon as the house was
called to order Jerry Hotdiman made
amotion todlspenso with the enter-
tainment and have a "church social."
Our pastor seconded the motion and
ere it could be put all hands were up
so lino of the most beautiful nights was
inrtly spent in the first social our class
has had. Wo enjoyed It so much we
hope for another soon.
On account of syrup pall being de-
layed sorghum making Is almost nt n
stand still. Muny gallons aro sold
but none can bo delivered yet Hope
they will arrive Nov. '2.
Cha. Thompson and his gas cngim
spent tho greater part of Saturday
Oct. 0 at Mr. brown's blacksmith
shop. Tho crowd was glad ti
break company about 3 pm. Chns.
T. hastened to his seeder nnd put
through 13 bales in doublo quick time
Wilbcr llellmir Is to start forKansat
to husk corn at 4 cents per bushel.
Some of our neighbors were not so
well pleased at Kuowlcs. Everything
Miss Mollie Miller Is again with us.
Ilopo sho will stay.
holiday School Oct. !27th wan not so
well attended but those who did at
tend seemed so glad they were there.
It Is reported that Miss Jessie Bing-
ham Im tho Bluu Klbbon school for
six months. Miss Bingham was for
some time one of our Sunday School
teachers and loved by all ond all are
very glad that she has a school so close
After a continued drouth of week
it was broken Oct '20 11 :30 n. m.
Mrs. Maurice GutTord who has been
very sick this week is much better at
Hundreds of gallons of molasses and
cane for more have piled up around
Stanton A How's mill waiting for
Bro Hater n Bapti't minister i
tho proud possessor of u son. Mr. II.
could talk on no subject but boy.
The Hallowe'en party given at the
residence of Sam Basford in honor of
Miss Laura Curfmnn was well attend-
ed and all report n good time.
Not enough rain to do nny good to
November L'nd. Quito n freeze the
night of October 31.
S.M dfeodnt SIMr-t K Mnrptwy Iltj
taXe nolle tlmt sho hM be tot In tins sbote j
tMtnx-d court onJ mus- almrer ttw lltlon fllJ
therein bf aatd plalnillt on or IWom the list
darof Ufmber. IWiorwH pemion '" ' I
In hI1 action for imriltlun ol tho Poath Inlf '
(Ml of tho Northwrst qrtr (Ml aod IDs ."orui
half (ti) of tho Southwest qoarter ll) of 6lion
. ... w il. Pm.. it. .th nt Hnnm. -
inrreoj iswatmii xvur .. .w.... w. ...-. .
TtntJ.E(f.bt (2S) Eastottho Cimarron jieria- i
Ian In BontorcoantT Oklahoma will be render. J
Attwti O. Y. rxCETT
(srAL.l clerk of taM court.
Dici)x HraH Diocao-J
Attorney for plaintiff.
19-M 11-11 3w
DeLUXE TONSORIAL PARLOR
The Sanitary Shop.
Shampoos Kaths Laundry
Gents' Tailoring--Suits all Styles and all Prices.
Cleaning Pressing and Mending Done Hight.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Clyde Gregg Prop.
Notice of Publication.
MatootOhitiomn In the Distrkt Court
Heater Couotf ) of hM Ceontr
DorHlm. Msner Itoot nj Ooodi Coinr.
n Co-ioratlon. l'lulntlu"
X.C. lionter U.S. Sterile. J. M. ilali hbA 0.!
K. Sterling a co-oartnfrthlp dolse ltns on-
der the namo and style ot Onnter & Sterling.
Said defendants A. C. Cunter it. S. Sterling.
J .11. Holland 0. E. Sterling "111 take notlee
that tlier hare been sued In the abote named
Court bTl)amlira. Manger. Rost Urr Ooods
Corapnnr bj Bttaehmenmpon an account fcr
Hi) Hundred FIftr One and W.10U dollars
(JiJl.W) and Interest at 6 per cent from Sptem.
ter Jstb. W1J and certain ot their (roods nod
chattel hate been attached In said action nnd
that ther intiit answer the petition filed therein
bruld pULltlSonor before the lltb darof De-
cember 1912 or sali petition ill be taken a
true and a Judgment fo- said plalotld in said
action for tho sum of "M.) and Interest nt C
pjr cent from eptember ZSttl. 1912 nnd In the
attachment therein cranted will barecderea nc-
! I. '
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B'BS 1 n s:i
i a v i m m i
Dress hats Street hats and for ladies tho Corduroy two-toned
hat for the Misses the Reversible hat for the girls Toque3 of Felt
with cord trimming also bonnets for the little folks. Automobile
Scarfs in all shades the newest out for ladles also fancy Silks and
Corduroy for Waists Skirts and Dresses. Fancy Overlace ana
Trimming Buttons. The new Red Tie and Belt for the Misses.
I have in my store most anything in
tHe Dress line for Ladies Misses and
Come in and be welcome.
Attest: O. F. ritUETT
Clerk of Mid Court.
C. Tract akd Dickson Ruhr a Dickson-
Attorneys for plaintiff
10-31 11-11 :w
Mrs. W. H. ROBERTSON.
Summons by Publication.
State of Oklahoma )
i In tho Dlitrtct Court ot
Hrflrer Countr. ) BnldCountr.
Rurnhnm Mucger. Hoot tirr Ooods Company n
A. Counter. U.S. Stirlln. J. JI. JIilrandQ.
K Sterling nco-iiartnrs'ilp djlrt buslnlss un-
der tho (Inn nam- and atjle of Onto Mercantile
Said defendant! A. C. (iunter. U.S. Sterling J
M. Molzand 0. K. Sterling will laknnuttre tb.1i
ther hare been aned III the atore named Cour
bythenbiTenmiil iJnlntlff for the posIo
of one stock nf dry Koikia fumUhlng gooda and
notli.ru fully diactlbxl In thplalntlfl'spetItIou
and of the talne or S3WUU uhlch proiierty bn
Ixen taken by the iilalntlff on n rtt of rppletiu
Uancd III this cau" by the plaintllf. and mna'
amwerthn petition fltml therein hy anil plalntlll
onorbeforo the llthday of December tvli. or
aaM itltioil will be taken n tru and a J.ulc
ment fur aalil plnlntlll In anld Action for the ki-
aeailonof the tersonal property uboie docrlljett
or JCSaCOltha f.ilno therif will lie rendepil or
Attest 0 h'. rHCFTT.
(Kkt. Clerk of mid Court.
Dicksoy Itisn Dicssos
10-31 li-IS Jv
hi (teed 1
Fresh Clean StocK of
Just opened up. We are better pre
pared than ever to serve you. Come in
and see us and inspect our goods and pric-
es. Don't fail to look over the
5 and 10 Cent Counters
J. O. MILES.
A Great Building Falls
when its foundation is undermined
and if tho foundation of health good
digestion is attacked quick col!ape
follows. On the first sIriis o( indices
tion Dr. KiiiK's New Life Pills Bhould
be taken tu tono the stomach and rcg-
ulato liver kidneys and bowels l'lea
ant easy sufo and only 20 cents at
Kred C. Tracy's.
WANTKI) TO SKM. 3veii cows with
calves some yearling close to Heaver
City. Good milch cows. Write
Mtts. GknilVIKve Adams
General l)llery. Liberal Kans.
. 11-7 IHI 2iv
Wo have in tho vicinity of Reaver
City a new piano and a now nluyer
piano which no will sell at a bar.
gain for cush or a cond short time note
rather than to ru-shlo them Address
t?ClllMAN 1'tlNO COMl'ANV
10-10 1-0 3mo llutcliluson Kuus
Summons by Publication
State of Oklahoma. Hem rr County.
In the District Court of auld Count).
Frledinnii-Shelhy Shoe Company
A. C. Oiinter U.S. SterllnC J. M. Moll nnd
0. C. Slcrlliic. it co-Pnrtncrihlp ilolnc but
lrieaa under the Firm Kama and Style ot
Gunter nnd Sterling Defendant.
Said Defendant. A. C. Gunter U.S. Ster-
ling. J. M. Molt and O. E. Sterling. 111 take
notice that they have hern aued tu tho nlxiv
named Court by rrledman-Sbelhy Shoo Com
tmuy upon uu account farThreo Hundred
Ninety four and 91-100 Dollars by attach
ment. nnd Intereit at 0 per cent from Oc
toberS. fit nndcertninot their coodt aim
chnttcls liuvo Im-cii attached In anld action
mid that thoy mutt aniner tho petition
Sled therein by aatd Plaintiff on or befon
tho nth da) of December lilt or nld petl
tlon nlll bo taken n. true nnd n yudemcut
for aald Plaintiff In .aid action for the turn
of Wl 91 and Interest at 6 per cent from Oc
tober 3. K'l! uud lu thu attachment thcicln
granted nil! be rendered uccordluul)
Atte.t.l O F PhITTT
Clerk of .aid Court.
F. C. Trac) and
Dlek.ou Hush A Dlckton.
iWi It It 3n J Attorney for Plaintiff.
Summons by Publication
State of Oklahoma
In the Dlitrlct Court
ot Snld County.
Scandrett & Fuest
11 Wt IB M if Oil EL
ELLWOOD and ROYAL
Farmer and Merchrtntabtate 1
Hank a corporation of Cory- i
don lows . . i
J. T. Illakely. Maud Dlalely I
andC.E. llarn i
Said defendants J. T. UlaVel). MuUd Ulakely
and C. P.. Hani will take notice that they hare
been aued In the alwre named Court npon acer
tain Promltaori nolo executed by defendants
J. T. IlUkelr. and Jland lllaVely m d In fator of
the plaintiff jiated September IStli l'Jll for
Tblrty-flvo hui dred dollars with Int rt at 8
iwrccntiier annum from dato ami an attorrey
fee of Tliree hundred and Seteuty-elght and
MUOdollaraand that tho following lands of
aald defendant have been attachod In said ac
tlon.to-wlti All or the Nnrthea.t qunrter (Ml
and the Weal lmlt of the Northwest imtrior (Hi
and the Noithenat quarter Ct) of the South
Wett quarter (U) or Section Twenty SU C.'6) an.l
tho Southeast quarter (U) of the South Wett
quarter!!) f section Twenty-three (!3) all In
Townthlpl)ne(I) North of Itanga Twenty-six
(Kt) Kat ot the Cimarron Meridian In Heater
count) Oklahoma and that they must amer
tho petition fllil therein by aald plaiutllt on or
Iwroretho llthdayof Dccembor 1912. or .aid
iictltlon will bo taken as true and a Judgment
for said plalntlll In aald action for Thirty-Stven
hundred and Eluhty-Flro ntl CO.IOO dollars tc
gether with Interest thereon at o ir cent ptr
annum from ho 15th day ot Septerabci. 191! and
an Attorney feu of Tbreo hundred aud Seventy.
Klaht and X.W dollars nnd autlulning aucli
attachment therein will be rendered accordlnsir
Atiesti Clerk of said Court
Dickson Resit 4 DICesok
10-31 11-H Sw Attorneys for Plaintiff.
&&m&-S&lL!m &&& &.(mi.fS!k(3&8.fm.
Titos P. Braid wood Titos. C. Braldwood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
.jBo:m.cLed. .-"bstxa-ctere j
Prompt Accurate and Reliable (
Do a General Abstract Business j
Tor Hall Insurance see Will G.
fields. I represent tho St. Paul.
- - Oklahoma I
WgBW MY V7i$?'5S??55KSS 0?rl
W WEDH Tre.ldent
JAMF.3 BAKE Vlca Prealdent
The BANK OF BEAVER CITY
Capital St 0000 Surplus ?HbOO
Undivided Profits $3497.64
Phone Bank Tto. 1 Bsaldeoce No. St
F. 0. Tracy
J. W. Webb
S. A. Laughrln
R. II. Lootbourrow
Every Cos irtesy Extended
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