The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 4, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BEAVER HERALD Beaver Oklahoma
Come in and see the Xmas Paclmje. It Is a dandy.
BEAVER WW MGHFEIs..
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our htitme l one of the BEST in town and first class in ovory respect
iilipiinnllv1 with the bost the market nlTords and ratns vnry reasonable
Vvptv rnrtpnr Tnndpd
lfZ.m B . r Jg $&M ta I -l -1. TOTOr.
Generation after gener
ation of men and women who plant trees
have sent to X..ouisinnn Mo. for their nursery stock.
The name of Stark and the name of their town Louis-
iana Mo. arc inseparably linked with the history of Ameri
can tree growing.
Stark Trcca Aro Bearing in every trec-growind soil in
every land; people have learned to say "Stark Trees when
they refer to nursery stock. Those who want trees that arc6iire to
grow and bear and please buy Stark Trees and avoid all worry.
Stark Year Boole Free. Finest color plates ever issued
showing fruit in actual size and color. Wonderful Stark Delicious
and Stark Early Elbcrta records best ever made by any apple or
peach. Complete encyclopedia of nil fruit trees that should be
grpwn in America; also shrubs vines and ornamentals.
Nurseries & Orchards Co.
Louisiana Io. Dox oo
Aren't we having tine wenther? It
bus aroused nur sleepy Sophia corres-
pondent npaiti and we aro ready onco
more to butt-In with our tattling
TlintiliSL'iring has com and gone and
is now a tiling of the past onre Hgalu.
Everyone as far as we can learn cali-
brated it in the usual way and all found
something to be ilinskfiil for we hope.
Neighbors and friends gathered at
the home of .Mrs. Will NVster's and
gave her a Thanksgiving -urprise din-
ner. It being also her. birthday. All
report a good time-
Mr. Nesler and Leland Kelly went to
Wheeling Texas to pick cotton. Not
finding work very plentiful they only
stayed nbotit ten days returning last
Mr. Wright and son Kloyd accom
panied A It. Mull and Carl to the oil
fields in eastern Oklahoma oneday la.t
week quitting old Beaver county Tor
good and all wgue.
Mr Hilts sold oil his effects and has
Kiine to South Dakota.
Mr. Ilensott is going to move to
Setvanee Okla. In about two months.
IIh is now In Colorado visiting his son
and daughter before going.
I'lain View school held an old-fashioned
spelling bee lust week.
Happy Hollow school has a very In-
tereitting literary society every two
Tho Mothers' Club of Sophia ii mak-
inir arringements for a Christmas tree
again tills ypar. We hope they succeed
as well ati they did last year.
News is as scarce as money in these
So we will make nur bo'V and awa)
tn eomn again no hope without so
long a delay.
Stomach Troubes Disappear.
S'omaeb livnr anil kidney troubles
weiik nerves lamp buck and female Ills
disappear when Eleotrio Hitters are
used Tbnuiands of women would not
lie without a bottle in their home.
ISIizu Pool of Depew Okla. writes:
"Eleotrio Hitters ral-ed me from a bed
of sickness and sulTeriug and nas done
inn a world of guod I wish ever suf-
f .ring woman could iHe this excellent
remedy anil find out. as I ilid just how
good it is " As it has helped thousands
of others It surely will do thusamo for
you Every bottle guaranteed.. lOo and
H 00. At all Druggists. II. E Hunt-
t en t Co l'liiladplphja or St. Louis.
Notice of Settlement U Account.
Btata of Oklahoma i
Heaver Comity 89.
tn County Court.
In the Usttrrof tha Estnte of Hnrrlett Wsit-
Notice Is horbj cheri that Cbsrles WitKiier.
tlis dnlr sppolnted Kiccutnr of tlm Mtste of
Harriett WSKtirr ilpcf stp.l bus rrndrrnl unit
liresi-ntp.1 for settlemetit nl flll In fiil.l court
Ms Biisl ncrtitint anil report of his ininiln-
Istrntion k such Kiecntor nl his iwtltloii for
dltttlhutloti of said rstftte and for bis !!
rharEt-.snd that th 16th ds; of Pfreratr.
101.1. be Inn a day of tin- regular term of rourt.
lo-wit. of tip Drreraher term. A n ItlJ at
td o'clock . m . at the Count Court room In
tlie City ut Pemerln airt onunty ot llser has
Dren duly npiMilnteil ty the rourt for tlie set
tleiiicnt of salil ncronn). ami for bearing said
petition at which tlmn ami rluro any t.iui
ItiterrMMl In salil ratntp may spenr ami (lie
exception in nritlnir to the account and con
In testimony wlirrrot I hao hcrrtinto set
my hand and attlieil ttj- seal of said court this
lltb day of Novenitr 191.1.
(iiO. H. IIEAI.V.
11-27 1M1 Swk imnty Jillne.
Summonh by Publication
In tho District Court In and for lleatsr Conn-
J. State ol Olilsho.ns:
AM W. Tooley. Plalutlff.
.In;ph M Coniad nod Sarah L.Conrad Ue-
fondauts. The ftato of Oklahoma to Joseph M. Conrad
and Sarah L.Conmd defendants:
Yon are hereby notlned that the iJalntllT.
Ahet W. Tooluy did on the 18th day of on'
her 1813 tile his iwtltlnn In the Mstrlct Court
In and for Hearer County Stale of OUIahotna.
acalnit the said defendants and said defend-
ants will further take notice that this suit Is
brought for the toierlosure of a certain renl
estate mor!gnnf KKalnt the North West Quar-
ter of Section Kour In Toonshlp Flte. Norlli
of langTnty-Kour. Kast of the Cimarron
Meridian In lleiiter t'ount) Ublahoina.
Which mortgage was duly esecutcd hy said
defendant' on the 20th day of April. 1911. to
seotire the payment of a certnln promissory
note of eeendatnfor the sum of Bvssn h
Interest nt the rate of Inn rer cent per annum
from dele at d nttomeys fes
You are therefore no II (led that you must antwer
or otherwise plead to said petition on or tefore
theSUtda) of Derember. HMJ or Judgment ll
m taken against i)n for a foiecloauie of snlil
tiiorlga.n in snllsl) tlie Judgment uf the plain-
tin. Incliidlrg luti-iest attorner fees ro.ls
and accruing costs and yon will lie foreor
liarred and foreclosed of and from all your
rlsjht title and interest estate and eipiltr of
redemption In and to the aho described rea
estate nnd Said premises will be sold accoidlng
In Witness Whereof t have hereunto st rry
hand and the seal of mid Court tins ISth day of
I-Ald O. F. raiKTl
Clerk of Said Court
Attorneys for rialnllT. ll-M IM si
nE HERALD $1.00 per year.
Nov. 20. A decided change in the
weather since yesterday. In the-language
id Longfellow "The day Is oold
and dark and dreary ; it rains and the
wind Is never weary " But who would
complain after mob a Thanksgiving
day as last Thursday.
The Itev. MoKight or Carrollton
Texas w bo formerly lived at the "feel"
of the Mounds is here on business.
I.lttleGe.irgic McViekers got tangled
up Income way with a buggy wh;el
while going home from school on Tues-
day evening and is suffering from a
broken leg and other injuries. I)r.
Markley was called from Ivanhoe to
.Mrs. Yeomans and daughter Mrs.
Harry Jones and little Miss Margaret
Jones ate visiting with the Misses
"ughes and the Art Iluwo family on
II. E. Jones nnd A. W. McOlurp;
spent Thanksgiving on the Heaver
river duck shooting. Eaob had ona
duck to be thankful for us a result of
E. A. Mocy and family visited In the
neighborhood last nook coming from
ICnowles in their car.
Twin Mounds congregation has
bougntthe Y. M. 0 A. hall nt Clear
Lake and will movo it to tho lot do-
nated by Mr UaumgHrtner one' mile
east of the school house to be used as
H. II. Martin went to Knowlesthis
Mr and Mrs Coro and the Tlnnln
brothers were called to tho beusidu of
a sister of the boys Mrs. V-undeburg
who is very HI.
A weekly newspaper Is the latest at-t-autfun
at. Twin Mounds literary.
Mrs. H. II Murtln and A. W.MoClurg
editors In chief.
Miss Until Hurlan and tho Logan
ma'um had a delightful horseback ride
on Thanksgiving day. going to the rock
quarry and getting n bird's-eyo view
of the surrounding country from the
top of the clift.
Tom Smith took a load of kaflircorn
to the road for the Nicholson Bros this
Mrs. Sarah Thompson ato Thanks-
giving dinner with Metdames Yeomans
Onck A Wkue
Cured of Liver Complaint.
"I was sulTering with liver com-
plaint" says Iva Smith of Point Blank
Tenia "and decided to try a 25e box
of Chamberlain's Tablets and am hap-
py to say that I am completely pujed
and can recommend them to eviry
..i.u 'I li'ni. l.la t nil H.bI.h 1
UUVI A U PUIU M a MB.IVtDI - I
Application by Consolidated School District
No. 22. or Itenyer County Oklahoma to the
District Cdurt of uld County for authority to
Issue bonds In tlie sum ot t IVII.UI with which
to tefund Its indebtedness i
To ell who shall see these presents fireetingt
That the underalitnod Director Clerk and
Treasurer of Consolidated District So. 2J of
Iluaror County Oklahoma will. In behalf of
such Consolidated Sel-nol District appear In
said District Court end b.lor the Judge tu-re-
of on the Krtli day of December. 1WJ at 1
o'clock a. in. and makit proof of the existence
and oharanter of the oatslin-Mng legal Indebt-
elnese of said Sobool District amounting to
8'oiHVj and will theraupnu present tn suld
District Judgo and ask hi ill tn sign liomls
tliree of salil Sohn d DistVlct for the sum of
$MfUfl nnch ttrable JO years after date thi jof
with Interest at tho rats of six pr cent per
inniinifrom date Miable senil-iinniially. s
evidenced hy seml-Hnliual Interest coiihiS for
HJ.no each attache to each bond and dellrer
theSaumtothiTreasnr-of unld Schmil Dis
trict to Ixi hy him negotiated In thu funding of
such indthtedntis s
II II Mkiik. Director.
t). C Dh(1r.w Clerk.
lt-21 IM Swk W.T.QltlrlK. Treasurer.
Notloe to Creditors.
All persons harlnit claims against tho nstntn
ot John W Wooden decnased are required
to present the samo with the neoessary ioucI.-
ers to the undersigned Administrates: at (or
near) I-orena. Oklahoma trltMn four montl a ot
tha date htreof or the stmt will be ft ret or
it jtcd the ZStb day ot Koveratmr IBIS.
Us 1-1 w Admlulslratrll'
. Notloe to Creditors
All persons having claims against the estat
of C. D. nilott. deceased aire required to pre
sent tha same with the necessary fouchets to
the undersigned Administrates whese ' Srau
la Knglewoo.1 Kansas lthln four months 'f
the date hereof or the same will he foitrer
Dated the Mth day ot Notemher. 1919.
Mas. M.O. EtttOTT.
IJt 11 ftw Admintstratrli
We offer Onu Hundred Dollars Ho-
ward for any pase of Catarrh that can-
not beoured by Hall's Catarrh Ouro
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
We the undersigned have known F.
J. Chenoy for the last Ifi years and be-
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Hank or Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Titko Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Is Your Skin
Clear as a
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niUTUCIIT...Vl. .. Wa k Cil. SMI.
We Will Welcome You In
Ytiii will iiovor net it KNOWN when you como
r Into our hnnlt wlit'thor yon wimt to depositor
HORKOW inonej'. Coiiip in. We will welcome
you Wp will ulso welcome your nccoiint.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank
The BANK OF BEAVER CITY
All Deposits in this Mitnlr arc (iiiiirantcotl by the
Biinlc Guiuunty Fimtl of tho Stuto of UUlnhomn.
Titos P UrnidWiiod i Itos. C. Hrnldwood
i BKAIDWOOI) & son k
Prompt Accurate and Relinhlc f$
j Do a (leiieral Ahslnict Business t'i
J Beaver - - - Oklahoma Vh
J. W. STEFFEN 'Hifh $ Auctioneer'
GENERAL SALES AJVU LIVE STOCK
I respectfully solicit your business and will KUiirtm
toe to please nnd satisfy you.
For Dates and Terms Write me or Phone No. 61
at IUy l-xpeiihc. l.aKI:MP OKLA.
I 2val:e IFirxa-l nProo
THOS. P. BRABDfOOD
(J. S. Commissioner
Careful Attention Given all Applioitk-os for
' ' i i . i. '
Scandrett & Fuest
Hitt ifi Her
PLLWOOD and ROYAL
You Need a Tonic
There arc times in every woman's life when" she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you you know wiiat tonic
to take Cardui the woman's tonic. Cardul is com-
posed of purely vegetable ingredients" which act
Rcntly yet surely on the weakened womanly organs
and helps build tbcm back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak
ailing women in Ms past half century of wonderful
success and it will do the same for you.
i ou cant maKC a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia WHson R. F. D. No. 4 Alma Ark.
says: 'I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth
for women. Before I began to take Cardui I was
so weak and nervous and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Pas Helped Thousands
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