The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 29, Ed. 2, Thursday, December 19, 1912 Page: 1 of 6
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Oldest Oklahoma Newsoaper Republican for Principle
BEAVER BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 igiz.
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What shal! you give for Christmas?
We Can Help You Decide.
Our Stock contains Many Useful and Necessary articles which would make Excellent
Gifts and the Price Is within the Reach of All Why not select Something in
Graniteware Koasting Pans Percolators Cutlery Safety Razors
Pocket Knives Plush and Waterproof Huggy Robes Foot
Warmers Oil Heaters Guns Scissors Skates
Don't Fail to Visit Our
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Christian Church Services.
Sunday. December 22d is Decision
Day and tlicre will bo Three Gpbat
10:03 a. m. Biblo School Hour:
11:03. Subject:-" Why I Should
7:15 p m. Subject: "Genuine Con-
version." Don't fall tonttend.
You are cordhilly invited to comes
and worship with 119.
L. L. Shaw Pastor.
The former pastor William J. Groat
will again preach In tho Methodist
Episcopal Churcli hunday afternoon
December 22 at 3:30 Stibjtct
"Christ's Four Titles: A Christmas
The Fourth "Juartorly Meeting will
convene Sunday night January 5 with
Communion service and ennon by
Rev. K A. Dadismnn of Pratt Kan-
sas District Superintendent. The bus-
iness session will luko place Monday
morning January 0 at 10 o'clock.
i Presbyterian Church.
V Wo welcomi) you to all tho services
lv of tho Church. Come bring the chil-
dren and jour friends too. Sunday
School begins at 10:00 a. 111. Preach-
ing at 11.00 a in and nt 7.3j p. in.
Remember that everybody is welcome.
Ciiab. B. Leeper Pastor
Farm For Sale.
A fine farm 7 miles Fouthean of
Heaver Oklahoma ; 100 acres In culti-
vation; good watorj only 1 mile from
school. For particulars write
Care Kickapoo Training School.
12-20 1-10 IJorton Kansas.
If you aru troubled with chronic con-
stipation the mild and gentle ellect of
Uhainhurlatn's Tablets makes them es-
pecially suited to your case. For solo
I17 nil dealers.
R. O. RENFREW
(M .i SMMi SH MM SH MSBUM
Woodward Harper Ellis und
MONEY READY when papers are signed.
See or write
Opposite P. 0.
Subscribe for The Beaver Herald.
Only 81.00 Per Year.
Miss Ruby Seal tif Elmood is clerk-
ing at Tracy's at present.
Call at Robertson's Millinery Store
for Buttcrick patterns. tf
Bnrn To G. II Hush and wife Tues-
day December 17th a eon.
We want your business. Coino in
and get acquainted with CARSON
THE LOAN MAN 10 31 tf
T. S. Grlffy who was seriously ill
lat weel- is recovering though he is
not able te resutno work yet.
Chas Swindall n prominent lawyer
of Woodward is hero this week hav
ing business in the District Court.
Will G. Fields has plenty of money
to loan on farms. OlUce In Munsell
building. -11 tf
Mrs. L. L. Long and daughter llttlo
Miss Lenoro are visiting friends at
Woodward this week and having dental
Anyono wishing to have SEWING
done call on Mrs. M.D. Norris.s'cond
liooso soutli of Art Thomas' resi-
dence. Work guaranteed. 12-28 3t
Farm at Your Qwn Price.
Scaled Bids will bo received for the
Nancy Grosh (noe Logan) place 100
acres in 28-1-20 until noon of Monday
December 23d 1012 Sale will be for
Cash and subject to the approval of
the County Court.
Endorse all bids "Bid on Nancy
Grosh Land" seal and address to
J. H. Cammell Admr.
28 Oth St West Hutchinson Kan.
or to Walter C Frazer Agt.
W. F. CARSON
Manager Beaver Office.
If you are thinking of making n frrni
loan gco CARSON. 10-31 If
B. A. Humlstou eamo over from
If you want a farm loan low'interest
and no commission sco Walikk O.
Frazer Beaver 8 8 tf
F. L. Thomas was hern from Morton
Kansas this week looking after prop-
If you want Insurance or a loan on
your farm call on or write Will G.
Fields. 4-11 tf
John Dow drug clerk at Tracy's
left to-day for Edmond where he will
spend Christmas with home folks.
Liberal Hardware Co
located on the South Side.
10-3 tf Titos. W
J. I. Runyard of Lnrena was here
on business the latter part of last
Tho Llheril Hardware Co
located on tho South Side.
10-3 tf Titos. W. Gaw.
Chas. Hoskins and aunt Mrs. Ella
Empy moved in from tho farm this
week and will remain in town for tho
Loans and Insurance I have what
you want. John W. Sace first build-
inn east of fin"- House
Quick Money Easy Terms. Apply to
John W. Savage just across tho
"bridge"' for your farm loans.
Lester Gilbert nnd wife expect to
leave Friday for GBrbor whore they
will spend tho holidays witli Mr. Gil
RoRer Thorn is is much improved
from his recent illness and will soon
be entirely recovered and able to re-
turn to school
When you have a bilious attack glvo
Chamberlain's Tablots a trial. They
are excellent. For sale by all
Little Miss Vlnita Biirnes has bocn
confined to her home on account of Ill-
ness this week but is now much im-
proved. Graphophones and Record fur sain
at Beaver nil & Furn. Store. Rec-
ords fit any graphophone using a diss
If. S. Judy tlm farm loan man of
Shattuck was here the latter part of the
Miss Ora Black teacher In the
grades will spend Christmas with
folks in Ellis county and will leave
for that placo Friday
Miss Edna Tvodle teacher of the
Primary grades will spend the holiday
season with her parents and friends at
her hoin 'it OarrolHon. Missouri. She
District Court is In session this week
and a great number of our country
friends are here in attendance some
a litigants others as jurors and wit-
noises. E. Sorter and wife of Seward Ne-
braska aro here on a visit to their
sous They report the same mild win-
ter weather that we have been enjoy-
ing as prevailing in their section
Mrs. 0. F. 1'ruett returned Monday
from a visit to her sister Mrs Ed. Mc-
Pherson at Red Rock and relatives at
Anadarko. Her mother Mrs. J R
Htnkle who accompanied her remain-
ed for a longer vUit.
Band Concert and Supper.
I Tho Reaver Rands gavo n turkey
supper at the K. of P. building Tues-
day evening for tho benefit of ihn
i binds in paying their instructor.
Tho supper wt.u it sumptuous one
nnd was well prep.ired and well served.
Quito a large number patronized the
Inttids by eating supper with them but
there should hive been a great many
mnro considering the cause for which
It was given
The concert was given nt the court
home commencing at H o'clock and it
was one of the best musleal entertain-
ments ever given in Beaver. Those
who failed to attend missed a great
Heaver has a band of which the citi-
zens ought to bn proud nud tho baud
can undoubtedly produce some hlgh-
liass music. A good bund such as we
i nve means a whole lot to a ton.iml
mi 'd lei-1 the loss of this organization.
"Farmer" Prize Winner.
"Chief" Garrett returned last week
from Woodward where he attended
the big Annual Poultry dhow at that
place the lirst of the week.
"Chief" took over his choice pen of
Barred Plymouth Hocks nnd entered
in the exhibit. Hit was nwarded the
First Prize on 1 Is big cockerel "Farm-
er." wliloh weighed llli pounds nnd
was t'' heaviest bird on the grounds
of any vnriety. The exhibit comprised
about 700 birtls "Chief" had tho
only Beaver County chickens nt the
show . lie was well pleased and says
he will go again.
"Woodrow Wilson" Comes to
Our townspeople wuro much sur-
prised Sitlurday morning when it was
announced that "Wood row Wilson"
bad paid Heaver 11 visit the night bo-
fore nnd so well wns ho pleased with
our little city that he had decided to
slay perunneutlv nnd htid been cheer-
fully taken into the household of JuJge
and Mrs. 11 D Meese. Thu Judge
feels much pulled up over entertaining
School Faculty Entertained.
Prof. Ciyde Green Principal of tho
Graded School entertained thu Facul-
ty of the Grades and High School and
a few friends nt the home of his
mother Tuesday at G o'clock dinner.
The hospitality of this pleasant homu
was most cordial and tho guests were
Mrs E. B Gardner nnd children left
list week for Fobs where thoy will
upend the winter with Mrs. Gardner's
parents Mr nnd Mrs W R Hollis.
Emmctt Gardner was over frgm For-
gan last week and moved his household
cflccts to that place where ho and his
family expect to reside in future. Em-
mett is employed 11s cngino hustler In
the W. F. fc N. W. yards
Miss Ada Hobble nurse oamc down
from Liberal Sunday to take care of
Mrs. J W. Webb who is recovering
from a serious illness. Mrs. Webb
continues to Improve.
Henry Kilo and wife of Elmwood
wero guests at tho home of their eon
D. M. Kile and family Sunday being
on their way to tho railroad whoro
they took the train for Indiana on a
visit to relatives.
L. L Maxwell of Balko was among
tho out-of-town visitors in Beaver the
past week. Mr. Maxwoll leccntly
moved to Ochiltreo Texas for tho
winter but expects to return in tho
P. L. Thomas was uble to bo down on
the Btreet today for the first time slnco
his accident of several weeks ago when
'Sunday School Rill" W T. Qulnn's
hnrsq ran away and Mr Thomas was
injured. He is nut entirely over his
injury yet but is ablo to get about
without tho tiro of crutches.
You will find that druggists every-
where speak well of Chamborlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from long
experience In tho sale of coughs and
co'di It can always bo depended upon
and that it is pleasant nnd safe to take.
For sale by ll dealers.
Miss Lula ThrclkHd leaves tomor-
row for her homo at Smithland Ken-
tucky Miss Lula has been here since
August teaching music and during
her stay nmong us has made many
warm friends all of whom regret her
departure and whose best wishes fol-
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism In his shouldor.
A friend ndviscd him to
go to Hot
Springs. That meant an expense of
$160.00 or more. He sought for a quick
er way to euro it in Chamberlain's
' Liniment. Three days after the first
application or this limmoot ne was
well. For sale by all Heaters.
Have You Seen
The New Stock of Furniture that has Just
arrived at our store? Wo now have every-
thing that anyone might need In these goods.
We also carry a complete line of
Beaver Hdwe. & Furn. Co.
District Court Proceedings.
The following action was taken in
Jim District Court August adjourned
Term to December 12. 1IU2.
Maggie Rerkey vs. David B. Wallace.
Injunction. Citation set aside. j
John W Savage vs. John Sims. Man-
damus. Dismissed nt cost of plaintiff.
J D. Lyons vs. A J. Alley Gar-
nishment. Disniisifd ut cost of pl'tff.
O. E Woods vs. Myrtle Smith Fore-
closure ' Judgment for $103.83 and
Attorney's fee $10 00.
O E Woods vs. Roso Cauterberry.
Foreclosure. Judgment for $3300 and
attorney's fee $40 00.
G. II. Paulson vs. Carrlo P. Allen.
Foreclosure Judgment for $100.21
ind attorney's fee 40.00.
Glenn Hubbard vs. Ed Bowman.
Replevin. Dismissed at cost of pl'tff.
John W. Savagu v Amanda Loll-
'troh. Suit on note. Judgment for
1283.37 and attorney's fee $23 00.
F S. Collins vs. Ernest C. Howe et
.tl. Foreclosure. Judgment for $338.60
and attorney's fee $25 00.
F. S. Collins vs. Maude E. Howe et al.
Foreclosure Judgment for $103.-10
mid attorney's fee $23.00
Annie Phillip vs. Daniel W. Wist
et al. Foreclosure Continued fur
E. L. Kemp vs. J J. Allen. Foru-
closurn. Continued fur term.
Illram Peckham vs. 51. 7 Ogllvle.
Suit on noto. Judgment for 5370 30
and attorney's fee $37.00.
James Crabtrea vs. D. W. Lesronc.
Suit on note Judgment for $106.00
and attorney's fee f 13 00.
I Will be at Forgan
December 19th to 25th
and at Beaver Decem
ber 27th and 29th
prepared to practice
in all it's branches in
the latest uptodate
A J. J. I. AAA AW A
State of Oklahoma ex rcl. County
Attorney vs James Klllnngh Forfeit-
ed Bond. Judgment against Killough
for $2037 .10.
Mary Richardson is. William Rich
ardson. Decreo grunted
N. F. Fould s. W. L Mount. At-
tachment Continued for torm.
Wm. Ragsdalu vs. I.ydia Ragsdalu
Divorce Deereo granted.
State of Oklahoma vs O. N. Laverty.
Larceny of dnmestlo animals. Ver
dict Guilty. Sentenced to Five years
In the penitentiary.
Stato of Oklahoma vs. Alfred Ault.
Grand larceny. Commission to take
depositions granted to defendant.
A. P. Donley vs. II. M. Drake. Dam-
ages. Dismissed as to stipulation.
Allco Calhoun vs. 'Dr. J. W Messer-
smith. Damages. Continued for term
Wo have In tho vicinity of Heaver
City a new piano and a new player
piano which we will soil nt a bar-
gain for cash or a trond short time note
rather than to ro-shjo them. Address
Sen f an Piano Comi-ay
10-10 1-0 3mo Hutchinson Kaus.
Silver Spoon Free.
I will givo away for a limited time
n Silver Tospoon with each 12.00 cash
purchase This applies to anything In
in my stock except school books.
-Mrs. W. II. ROBERTSON
" Tite Milliner "
Money to loan on farms See John
W. Savage first building oast of tho
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