The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 26, No. 29, Ed. 2, Thursday, December 19, 1912 Page: 2 of 6
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BEAVER GI3JW IrlQEll.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our hoone li one of the BEST In town and firit elan in cvcrj roipect
Tblei lupplieU with the bet the market affords and tati very reasonable
Ererr courtwj extended.
Time to Think About
We Carry the Famous
NONE BETTER MADE
Great Fuel Savers and Dandy Heaters
Carload of Wire
Broom Corn Baling Wire
Barbed and Woven Wire
Good line of Wagons Buggies and Im-
plements Shelf and Heavy Hard-
ware Windmills Pumps and
CARTER TRACY HDW. CO. Beaver Okla.
Real Estate Mortgage
Quit Claim Deed
Release of Real Estate Mortgage
Release of Chattel Mortgage
Bill of Sale
Notes Books of 25 and 50
Order on Township Treasurer
Road Tax Receipt Books
Order to Pay Poll Tax Books
For Sale by
1 THE HERALD
Some few crop are not ready
fir thrething to inn-thing U quite
Morrii GofforJ and family dlneJ at
Ed Lane's December 1st.
The It. F. D. Houte out from MutlN
oa change! teams' at Lon Stanley's
tho route being 30 milei. Too much
fur one team.
Mr. and Mr L. Stanley's eldest
son. Qtenwrood in soino mysterious
way got buried In a stack of Kaillr hay
which III father and a hired man were
building. The child was tnlttcd and
while hunting tor him thoy heard him
crying and finally located him under
the hay and rescued him
Lon Stanley and Tom Howe vitited
Madison and dined with Mr. Arm-
strong. Mr. Armstrong purchased Mr.
Stanley's placu northeast of Madison.
T. Wright and family are visiting at
L. Stanley's. Mr Wright has proper-
ty in Cat. where he expects to go soon
and spend the remalndi-rof the. winter
if not the remainder of his life. Mr.
Wright wonts to go to Oklahoma City
where her father lives.
Dark and gloomy looks like snow.
It is due December "ill.
Mrs T. Wright returned to her
Speermore home Deo. Clli.
December 4 was moving da. Jesie
Thompion moved to the Ward place to
make room (or his Incoming tenant
Mr. Macy is quite busy crying sales
in our vicinity.
Roy Stlbbs was in from Speermorc
for some feed hu has here.
Some people are nsklng. where shall
wc go Christmas? Nothing doing here
that we know of.
We arc having beautiful weather
but need rain or snow.
No one has sold brush yet to amount
toanylhlng. The banks are not crowd-
ing anyone that we know of. The fac-
tories can't live always without brush
and wo have the brush when they have
to nave it. Kaillr anU' wheat are -on
tho advance hugs a good price egpi
L'5 cents a dozen butter 20 cents per
pound which isn't bad but u number
of our neighbors are grumbling at the
price of eggs.
Stanley and Howe have not received
their yrup palls. They nre doing all
in their power to hurry them up.
Many of our people have tried vari-
ous places; some went to Canada
some to Colorado some to Kanxas
City and to all sorts of places; but
most of them came back to old Beaver
County because they couldn't Hnd
any other place as good.
I.on Stanley and wife have concluded
to settle near Okluhoma City. He Is
now getting ready to hold a public
sain soon. He hopes to secure ft good
tenant soon as he has one of the best
improved farms in this locality.
It is reported that broom brush is
selling at l.aveme for JU to ?IU per
too. It costs more than that to grow
t and put It on the market.
The Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVEIIY THUHSDAY.
f. itored at tti poHoMeA at Bearer Oklahoma
as laoniMl clan innll ui.ttar.
Advertising rates made known upon
application. Prices reasonable I
Subscription Price $1.00 a Year
Dlst. Judge R. II. Loofbourrow.
Co. Atty. John A. Spohn.
Co. Treasurer John Sims.
Co. Clerk Geo. IT. Wright.
Co. Judgo Geo. II. Healy.
Co. Supt. John E. Swolm.
Clerk of Dlst. Court U. F. Pruott.
Clerk of Co Court Miw Mao Maple.
Sheriff 11. D. Pcckham.
Keg. of Deeds H. M Jlullck.
Surveyor 0car Gardner.
Com. 1st Dlst. A. II Fox Ivanhoe.
Com. 1M Dlst. A. A. Haskell El in woof I.
Com. 3d Dlst. W. S. Vondeburg Couch
Sunday Dee. I. Cold bleak and
very dlsngreeable. The month is to be
cold with rain or snow.
Messrs Arva Hunter and IraSc.hwar-
yerarojuit in from Englowood nnd
report that Knlllr is 32 cents n bushel.
Don't be In n hurry to sell Those who
are selling now for 16 to 22 cents will
buy nf you for more innney before
Very soon Lon Brown will vlIt his
wife's people in Arkansas.
Lon Stanley Is pushing preparations
for his sale. Hu has tha California
Mr Wise Is soon to sell out. Going
to Alfalfa county. Mr. Wise asks no
credit and has mado ctra good hero
ISuford Terrell threshed Dec 1M. II.
Dec. 12. Mr. Berry's machine was
In the neighborhood threshing Kaillr
corn this week.
Messrs'. Micy Glrton anl Gutiii
went to Shattuck to-day.
Mrs. Dumont of Enid Is visiting her
parents Mr. and .Mr. Baumgarttier.
and other friends.
Mr. Orace tin his new barn nearly
Rev and Mrs. Blnns anl Mrs. Mar-
tin visited Twin Mounds school last
Little Elizabeth Howe's face Is par-
alyzed on one sUe caused by a fall.
We sincerely hope it it only tempora-
ry. Elizabeth Is a special favorite of
Mr. and Mrs T. E Harford were
Sunday guest of the Johnsons.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nicholson trans-
acted business In Beaver Wednesday.
J. S. .'ohnson Is confined to the
house with a sore foot
Mr. Fickel was In the neighborhood
this week summoning witnesses to at
tend court next week
There was a meeting of the music
committee at Herbert Leu's Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Wright of the Rldue-
way vicinity were all day visitors with
Rev. and Mrs. Hinns recently.
A. W McClurg made a Hying visit
home and helped thresh Kaffir corn on
R. J. Nicholson is building a barn.
Joe Howard has gone back to old
Missouri where he will sperd several
weeks with relatives and friends in
the pceues of bis boyhood days near
Once a Wkhc.
We Can Collect your Notes and Accounts.
DeLUXE T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
The Sanitary Shop.
Shampoos Baths Laundry
Gents Tailoring Suits all Stylos and all Prices.
Cleaning Pressing and Mending Done Right.
Work Called for and Delivered.
CJydc Gregg Prop.
Drives off a Terror.
The chief executioner of death in
the winter and snring months is pneu
monia. Its advance agents are colds
and grip. In any nttack by one of
these maladies no time should be lost
in taking the best imdicine obtainable
to drive It olT. Cnumlefs thousands
have found this to be Dr. King's New
UIsc.overy. '"My huhnnd bellces it
has kept him from having pneumonia
three or foui times" wriirs Mrs.
OeorRe W I'luce Uawsonville Vt.
''amt for coughs colds nnd croup wo
we havo never found its equal." Guar
iinteed for all bronchial nffections
Price foots mid $1.00. Trial bottle
fieo at Fred C. Tracy's.
District No. 124.
Roiik To Mr. and Mrs. Aura Foster
December 7th n nine. pound girl.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Calhoun of Supply
Oklahoma aro visiting their daughter
Mrs L. D. lloodwln.
O. M. Jacobs visited the hitter's pa
rents. Win. Wright and wife Sunday
I.awrcnco Walker who ha been in
Ellis county returned home Friday
.miss icia bummers will commenco
teaching at tho Goettingcr school
Will Montgomery and family visited
over Saturday night with Mr- Mont-
gomery's sister near Tlilln.
Mls Rena Oracey is working for Mr
and Mrs. Aura Foster at present.
Could Shout For Joy.
"I want to thank you from the bot
tom of my heart" wrote 0. B. Rader
of Lewisburg W. W. "for the won
derful double benefit I cot from hlec-
trie Hitters In curing mo of both a
severe case of stomach trouole. and of
rheumatism from which I had been
an almost helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my case as though
made Just' for mo " Fordyspepsia In
digestion Jaundice and to rid the
i system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism Electric. Dlttors have no
equal. Try them. Every bottle Is guar
nuteed to satisfy. Only CO cents at
Notice to Creditors.
All persons haling claltcft agalast tli estatt
fl( Solomon BlosSer. deceased are required to
present tl.e tame Ith the ncssarjr voucher'
to the und'nlKned Kiecutorat Heater Oklaho
ma ulihlntlx months of the date hereof oi
the name will be foreter barred.
Dated Hearer Oklahoma November 26th
FMD A. SHARON
ll-M 12-19 4w intor
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office
at Woodwind Oklahoma. December 6 1V12.
Notice Is aiten that William II. Andfrton oi
Heater Oklahun.a nho on April '1 1HUJ. made
llumetteod hmry No. 3ilal OlVIJi. lor tlit
East 4 of thi a s K utij theWest i ot tho St
K of Beccoa 12 ronnshlp .1 Noitb ot IUnte 22
llasulcdnollcaof Intention to make Finai
Flte Yiiir proof to establish claim to the lam.
abovo diScrtbid before Tholuai I'. Uraldnotxl
U. a. Coiuiul.sii.ner at bis utllco In tUlwer
Oklahomu on the 2M ilny of Jumiarj 1013.
Cluimaut luiiuei as wltuessesi William F
Smith Wid JUnn Altln Bmlth and Johu JlC
Arthur oil of Beater Oklahoma.
IMal-lblw iix. D.OaNtK Rests tor.
Notice for Publication.
Depurtrcentot the Interior U.S. Land Otllc.
ut Woodwurd OkUhoma December 6 1"J12.
Notice Is hereby ElTen that Jonas M. Wear
brouifh of Lotttm Oklahoma nho on KoTcu.
lur'."J. 1WU luada llouissteud HatrfNo. U2UI1I-
for the Weit Mali of tha North-Knit quarter o
S.-ctlon 12. 'lotfuth IM North of IlaiiueWli.C.M
has Mod notice ot tutentloo to make Una) ibre
ear i'nxjf to tstublltU claim to tl.e lau
aboTodiicribxtl. before Thomas T. UraldwoOu
U. H. Commls.loncr atbljomcelo Ceaver Uk
lahouut.na the 22d day ot January 1)13.
Clulmuut numot as nitnu'ei: K. II. llollam
and William Cnmpb-11. of Domliey Okhihom
.1. Jl. Dails and (I. K. Treat ot Lorenu Uklb
12'lUMCtw (Ito. D.Oastn Register
Notice For Publication.
Department ot the Interior U. a.I-and Offlct
at Woodward Oklahoma December C 1'JII.
Notice is hlTehj glvontliUtTlioluai il.Hcstei
otFlorli Oklahoma who ou March llth l!K
mado Homestead YMtct Ho. 3s7lU 01WJ1 loi
ttu Seutb Unit of tho South-Wes) Quarter ol
tioctlon -II Townllilp & North ot Range 22 anii
I.utl I OQ4 2 becilon 3 TonsbIp 4 uorth u.
lUuse22. K C. M.
HaiDlini notlco of Intention to mskoFIna
1 hrua Year f roof to eitablish claim to tho lauc
abote detcrlbud Mom Thomas 1'. Ilraldwooi
V. a. CommUiloner at bit olltce In ReaTei
Oklahoma on the 22d dar of January 1013.
Claimant name at wltnosaea: Charles O
Deiper o. rt. Andrew R.I' tletrlclt and S. J
Clurer all of Florls Oklahoma.
l2-.9l.16 5w Ueo. D.Oasaa Recl'ter.
Notice for Publication.
Department of tho Interior U. 8. Land OUlct
at Woodward. Oklahoma December f 1U12.
Notice is hereby glita that John McArthor ol
Beaver Oklahoma who oil Aueuit 17ib lM.i
made Uomenead Kntry No 37U11-V1UM fol
till Waits of th3k'. i of Section 12 and the
West H vt the N W H ol S Jctlon 13 Townthlp l
North uf Koiiuo 22 U. C. M.
Hat Hied notice ot Intention to ntako rinal
Fire Tear 1'roof to iUbllih claim to'thelanu
abore deicrltHd before Thomas P. Uraidwood
V. 0. Jomm slobur at his utllco In Dourer Ok-
lahoma ou tha IU day ot January 1913.
Claimant names wltnctun William li
Anderson. Albert McArthor William Sxllh ana
Frei Mann all of lieafor Oklahoma.
12-19 1-16 Sw Oto. D. UaxiU Register.
Notice of Settlement of Account.
SrATK 01 OKLAHOMA
IN COLNTY COObT.
InthuMattoi of the Estate of D It. Br; ant
Notice I hereby glren that D 0 Gleaion
thsdnly appointed Admlnlttrator tor the Ettate
of D. II. Urjunt Deceased lint tendered and
pretf nted for fttlemect an J tiled In said Court
tils final account aid report ot bit Admlnt.lra
Hon oi such Administrator Ids retttloo for
distribution of said hsute and lor his dls
charge.; and that Monday the 6th day or Janu
ary 1913 belnu a day of th regular term oi
Court tq-wlt of the January Tjnn A. D. 1913
at 10 o'clocka.'ra. at the OiSnty Cortrl robnvlc
the City ot Bearer lo aalit County of Bearer
bos boea duly appolnted(t-y the Court for tin
ettlement ot said accopnt and foe1 bearint
said jietltlon. at w lilcn tltno and place any r.
on Interested In aid Kstaie may appear anu
file exception lu writing to the account ana
contest the same.
In testimony hereof I hate hereunto set ui)
baud and atlixed the seal of said Court this ICt
day ot December 1)112.
Utwsttt 1.0 DefJRAW.
1W tw Clerk County Coat
E. W. NEFF Proprietor.
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-Bread $ Pies 0 Cookies 0 and Cakes
Chili and Short Orders at All Hours.
REGULAR MEALS 25 Cents
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K1IAKK L.IUQ1UUN. Cashier
JAMES BABE Vice President
JAMES II. CnABTREE.Ass't Cashier
The BANK OP BEAVER CITY
Capital SI 0000 Surplus d500
Undivided Proits $3497.64
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ame Rare. F. C. Tracy ' J "V. Webb
Frank Laughrin S. A. Lauglirin
R II. Loofbourrow
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