The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 15, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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Notice to Creditors.
Coaatj of Hearer. 1 83.
To the Creditor of John W. Wooden deceased :
All persons hating claim aealntt John W.
Wooden. deceased are required to present I lie
tamo Kith tho ni'co'sarjr otichers to the un-
dersigned Administratrix who.e postolllco
I rem is I.orotm Oklahoma within four
months of tho dttlo hereof or tho same nlll ho
Dated this 16tb da; of January 1911.
Alice A Wgodx.
MS 2-3 41 Administratrix.
8tnte nf Oklahoma
County of Beam.
Money to Loan.
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wish to mako our new system a hardship on anyone therefore for a limited time we will mako some
Great Big Special Bargain Offers
Notlco of Slit HIT Bale Foreclosure
Notice la hereby Risen that In nursnance of
an order of tale Issued out of the district
court of IlrHtcr county State of Oklahoma on
tbntlh day of December 1913
lo enaction wherein Anna Phillips wai plain-
tiff and Daniel W. Hen Emma Robinson and
tho Pioneer Mortgage Company were defend-
nntl directed to me tho undersigned sheriff of
Beaver County commanding ino to lery upon
upon and tell the following described proper!) 1
Tho Bouth Knit Quarter of South East Quar-
ter ottfeclloii 32 Township 3 North of llatige
27 K C. M. and South Half of South Wot
Quarter of Section 33-3-27 K. C. M.
To satisfy a Judgment nnd decree of fore-
closure In faror of said plalntlll and against
so I J defendants obtained and mads In said
court on the 7th day of April 1913 furthetura
of $112 CO and costs SUM. SJ0.00 attorney fee.
with Intercut thereon at tho rate or 10 percent
from tho 1st day of February 1911. and costs
accruing; I Bill on the 21th day uf January
19U. at tho hour of 2 p. m. of sulci doy at tho
front door of the Court House In tho city of
Hearer In said County and State offer for sale
and tell to the highest bidder for cash the
troicrty above described or so mucU thereof as
will satisfy tald Judgment with Interest and
Witness my hand this I8tb day of December
Jodnnii M. Jos-is Sheriff.
Bj Fkauk Shocklet. Special Dei'uty Sheriff.
12 18 MS 5
That you simply cannot resist nere they are:
OFFER No. 1.
The IIkrald one yenr $150
The Weekly Knnms City Stnr
one year 25
Both Ono Whole Year For Only
flotico to Creditors.
To the Creditors of C. D. Elliott deceased :
All persons liaslK claims against C. D.
Elliott deceased aro required to tireesnt the
same lth tho neceawry onoher to the un-
dersigned Administratrix whose peso lllefl ad
dress is Kngltwood. Kansas w Ithln four months
of tho doto hereof or the same will he fiiteter
DntiJ this lSlb day of January 16.
Mrs. M. O. Ei.MOTT.
MS 2-S 4t Administratrix.
Notlco to Creditor.
All persons having claims ugalnH the estate
of John J. Hancock deceased are required to
prceeut the same with the necessary poachers
to tho undersigned Executrix at the office of
WHIG. Fields In Beaver Olc'abuma. witbln
four months of tho date bt-rcof. or tho same
will he foroer barred.
Dated December W 1913
SiBAU A Hancock.
1-1 1-22 4t Executrix.
MR. FARMER :-Beforo you sign up
Buybody'iJoan papers avo money
by BttlB nl thu infrmati011
possible. Toll me how much money
you want number of land and 1 will
glvo you some facta about rates nnd
torms of loans. Will O. Fields
4.10 tf Beaver Okla.
Notice to Creditors.
Alt persons having claims against the estate
of O. 0. Oahhert. dtctflttd aro required iti
pretent the wine nlth the iiecewnry vouchers
to tho undersigned Administratrix near date
Oklahoma within foul uioutha of the date
hereof or the tame nlll he forever barred.
Dated January 8. 191 1.
1 8 1-2 Iw Administratrix.
OFFER No. 2.
The IIebalo ono year $1.50
The Oklahoma Daily News one
Today's Monthly Magazine ono
Household Journal one year
Hotter Farmlnp ono year . .
Farm Life one year . . .
Homo Llfo one year
All One Whole Year For Only
OFFER No. 3
Tho Herald one year H SO
The Weekly Intor-Occan one
Total $2 60
Doth One Whole Year tor Onlj
Notice of Sheriff Sale Forojlosure
N'otlce is hereby given that In pursuance of
an order of sain issued out of the district
court of Beaver county State of Oklahoma on
tho 3d day of December. 1913 in nn action
wherein R.A.White was plaintiff and V. M.
Webb Little E. Webb II. FrauU White Ethel
White Mrs. L. C Cox Mrs. loua Hon ling nnd
the unknown helra of N. P. Howard were de-
fendants directed to me tho undersigned
sheriff of Beaver County commanding me to
levy upon appraise and sell the following de-
North i:at Quarter of Section TMrly-One
(31) Township Hvo (5) North of Knnge Twenty-Two
(!J) contalr I-ig ICO acres
to satisfy a Judgment and decree of foreclos
ure In favor of slid plaintiff OLd against said
defendant Obtained and made in said court on
the 6th day of Au.uit 1913 for the sum of U70.U0
with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent
from the 6th day of August 1913 nnd costs ac-
cruing I will on the lUh day of January 1914
al tha hour of 2 p. m.. of said day at the front
door of the Court House In the city of Beaver
in suld County and State offer for sale and sell
to the .highest bidder for cash the property
above described or so much thereof as will
satisfy said judgment with Interest and cost.
Wltnest my hand thlstlSth day of December
Jopnkik M. Jokes Sheriff.
By Fxaik Snocr.LET Special Deputy Sheriff.
12-18 1-lS 5w
Notice of Application for a Pardon of
John It. Webster.
To V hom It May Concern:
Notice la hereby given that Jol.ii fr 'Ye'uter
who was convicted of the crime u mi iilu )gh-
ter In the first degree by tho Dlstiie ' "' of
Beaver County Oklahoma on thtfit'o 'ay of
December 1910 and sentenced to servo a tttrm
of eight years in (he Stale penitentiary at
McAloster Oklahoma will on Monday the IGtli
day of February. 1914 at 10.00 o'lock a. m.
make an application to tho Uarartior of the
State of Oklahoma that a purdou bo granteJ
J. W. CC1ATELL
A S. Dioksov
1-H MS Zw Attornejefor John It. Webster.
FOR SAl.E-At very low price choice
of two fjood typewriters.
llKAVER COUNTT ABSTRACT OfFICE.
FOUND lu my pasture three miles
Bouth of Caleyviiln two stray heifers
botli red ono with horns the other
polled. Claimant pay for tho keep and
1-1 1-22 -U Lorim Okln.
Notice in iiereby given to till parties
knowing themselves to have left with
me for repair watches clocks or jew-
elry simo having been kept over SO
days will bo sold for charges without
further notice. Everything must be
out by January 20th. 10U.
C.W. Hoskins Jeweler
1-8 I-ir. 3w Benver Okln.
OFFER No. 4
Tho Herald one year
The Oklahoma Farmer one year
Poultry Culture one year
Six Silver Teaspoons
All One Whole Year Toeother
With Sot ot Six Silver Tea-
spoons tor Only
These Offers are Good Only Until April 1st 1914
Bettor send in that romittanco NOW hadn't you? You can't afford to let those Wonderful
BarRains go by without taking advantage of them. Mall in your order TODAY Tomorrow may be
too late. DO IT NOW.
III CZ I3 1 II (8- k
School opened after the holidays
January 12 with a good attendance.
Ruby Seal. Enid Miller. Pearl Cay.
ler Esther Taylor. Clarence Tackott
and George Batman aro spending the
week at Stillwater where they are at-
tending tho short course given by the
A &. M. College. If these pupllt aro
as successful at Stillwater as they
wero nt Beaver Oklahoma City and
Ooodwoll Beaver will win qulto a few
The result of the basket ball games
ih. Hookor and Tyrono wero ns fol-
14 u Honker 21 Reaver 1 ; Tyrone
ply ori?r ! T'10 Hookor team slra-
ingoldo?Med t'16 Beavnrteam.be-
But the B"iRer"l more experienced
the Tyrono l team was an equal for
the game hnd V 8nd would have won
out having Just"l?J8 nnt n worn
Hooker. d tll Bamo with
Beaver lost the debit
by ono point. Howovsr1" Hooker
excellent debating and tT. boys did
Beaver team They lcarricJ tl
from this first attempt and1"1101'
better another time. ' d
We desire to mention tlio excollej
never met a team that played a cleaner
gamo or n body of pupils Hint were
A number of new classes will be
organized next Monday.
Supt. Swaim went to Stillwater
Monday whoro ho is to speak on tho
subject "My Experience In Teachiug
Agriculture in the Rural Schools "
He roturned home Wednesday night.
Plans have been comnloted for the
Tcnchors Normal course to begin April
13th and continue until June 25tli.
All now brandies required for teach-
ers certificates will be taught tho full
ten wueks and tho students who do
tills work will not only secure a grade
for their certificate but will bo mak-
ing credit toward high school gradua-
tion Tho Board of Education has
consented tor thu Normal School at
Alva to designate Beaver as a stato
examlulnp; point and to appoint Supt
Swaim as examiner. This will enable
the loncliers of this county to take the
examination for stato certificate with-
out the iuconvenlence and expanse of
a long trip to Alva.
Beaver Boys do Well
The High Sc'iool debating team con-
sisting of Hnrvel Padget Joe Meeso
Harold I.oofbourrnw debated the
Hooker High School last Friday at
Hooker on tho question "Resolved
that the legislature of Oklahoma should
be reduced to ono house consisting of
not more than 20 iiembors to be paid
a fixed salary and to ue in continuous
treatment rehired at Hooker. Wt8ion ' ""' imC' ! """"V7
! ... tn nnrrnrm fhtt iftlMPB nf Mill leoia
could not have 'expected better treat
ment Altho we lost both debate and
ball game we received justice and
wore royally entertained. Wo -have
-4 to perforin the duties of tho legis-
th'e? " 'fhe Beaver team discussed
ent Amative and put up somo excel-
argumtA')"' in fact much -stronger
'tan Hooker was expecting.
Tin- judge's decisions were negative
two; nilirmative ono but we wero In-
formed that one of the judges gave the
decision to the negative by only 1.
Wn feel satisfied that the Beaver
boys would havo won had it not been
for a misunderstanding concerning the
time for tlte speeches. Tho Buavor
boys had prepared 16 mlnuto speeches
while the Hooker speakers had pre
pared 10 minute speeches. Ab u result
this change of timo caused consider-
able confusion and prevented the boys
from presenting all thuirargument.
We are proud of our boys however
and aro not discouraged with the re-
sults. They did cxcellont work ex-
ceptionally strong considering the fact
that two had never debated before
With a little more training our boys
need not fear to meet any school
In this locality Altho Hookor won
her debators realized that they had a
We plnn nn debating them again in
April at Beaver at which time we villi
understand the requirements and will
expect to wiu '
J. E Swaim Supt.
Here's What Got Jonah.
From Florida comes the prize fish
story of tho season. Capt. O. II
Thompson n mariner of Miami in
company with two other men was
cruising off the coast whon they en-
countered a sea monster whoso like
men had never before seen. They
gave chase and the light that ensued
was ono to gratify the most adventur-
ous. Before the creature was subdued
five harpoons and 1S1 bullets were
lodged In its body and after that its
life lingered fcr'fivo days. In the
struggle it smashed a boat into a
thousand pieces and knocked the rud-
der off a 31 ton yacht With a harpoon
line connecting it to their boat il
towed thu men for 39 hours nt tho rate
of lo miles per hour ! Most of tho in
habitants of Miami were on hand when
the victors brought their prize to the
shore. Usually fishermen havo to ex-
plain that their big fish got away but
these men delivered tho goods.
Ofileials of thu Smithsonian Institute
at Washington were unable to cine sifj
it. Its weight was found to be 30000
pounds and it measureo 45 feet in
length by nearly 24 feet In circumfer
ence; its mouth was ;ih inches wiup
and 43 inches deep and its tongue vae
10 inches long. Tenth to the number
of sovoral thousand wero eat into itt
huge jaws. When cut open nn ani-
mal weighing l.fjOO pounds was found
in its stomach.
Contrary to all laws of natural his-
tory thu monster had nil tho cliarac-
teristicsof both tlali and animal. Its
hide which was tlireo inches thick
without scales resembled that of an
Roll ot Honor.
Tho following havo remembered the
Herald substantially tho past week.
Is your numo written there? If not
W. T. Qulnn Beaver.
H P. Garrett Forgan.
Mrs. Fred Cummings Gilroy Calif.
W. M Grlmwood Floris.
Dr. Vesta M. Swurts Auburn Ind.
Mrs. Debbie Young I.os Angeles Cal.
by Mm II II. Martin Logan.
Mrs. U. P. Russell Beaver.
Ross Williams DIx 111. by Ivan Wil-
W. E. Flckol Emporia Kan.
Notice of Hearing Petition to Probato
State of Oklahoma. )
Countrof Beaver .
In County Court:
Notice 1J herobjr clven to nil persons Inter 1.
ed In the estate of Norman Roinbo ileeeavd.
that on tho 3rd day of January. 1011 Mary
Rambo produced nnd filed In the County Court
of the County of lleaver and Stato of Oklaho
ma an Instrument In nrltlne purporting to bn
the Last Will and Testament of Norman Ham-
bo deceased and also filed In said Court her
petition praylns for the probate ot raid Will
and that Letter Testamentary issue thereon
to Mary llamho tho Executrix named in eald
Will And that said Petition nlll bo heard in
tho court room of said Court In the City of
Ileav' f. In sold County and State on tho 2tth
da) or January. 1914 at tho hour of 10.0U o'clock
a. m...of said day when and where nil persons
Interested can appear ai.it show cituc If any
they have why the prayer of said peiltlou
should not be granted.
In. Testimony Whereof Ihnvf hereunto set
my hand and nfllzcd thu seal of said County
Court this 3rd day of January 1911.
CaEAL Oeo. II. Dealt.
1-8 1.2? 3w County Judgo
Wonderful Cough Remedy.
Dr. King's New Difcovery is known
everywhere as the remedy whicli will
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Lawson of Eidson Tenn. writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery is the most won-
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medicine I over sold in my store. It
can't be beat. It sells without any
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This is true because Dr. King's New
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times for all the members of the fam
ily. 50c. nnd $1.00. All druggists or
by mall. II. E. Bucklen Co. Phila-
delphia or St Louis.
R "For many yearn 1 wa9 troubled in
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ai thoso mild yet thorough and
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"I am very clad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Hem
edy" writes Mrs Llda Dowey .Milwau-
kee. Wis. "I have used it for years
both for my children nnd mysolf and
It never falls to relieve and euro a
cough or cold. No family with chil-
dren should be without it as it gives al-
most immediate relief in cases of
croup " Chamberlain' Cough Rem-
edy is pleasant and safe to take which
is nf great importance when a medi-
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Boy Isn't to Blame It
a Pair of
Then you won't havo to
"Fu33" at him for wear-
ing out his shoc3 so
Most shoes made for children contain
paper Eolcjj composition heels and
counters hidden where you can't sec
Vou can't expect such shoes to stand
the hard wear children give them.
"Tess and Ted" School Shoes aro
honestly made of good leather. No
substitutes for leather are ever used.
They arc made to fit th. growing
loot. They looK bet-
ter and fit better than
will like them.
s the Shoes
Your girls and boys
On every heel
Get "Tew and Ted "School Shoes for 2f
your girls and boys. You will $ava &
money because the cost per day ot wear 5.
is less than when other shoes aic wn. -
"Tej and Ted" nnd 700 other v'r
styles of "Star Brand" Shoes are fold "Jr
by so.ooo good dealers. Don't just go '
into any store come tons. We carry "A"
a full lino of "Star llrand" Sho . -k
Be sure you get the genuine with the name oa the sole and &
the star on the heel. Then you'll know why
"Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
FRED C. TRACY.
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Your choice of n line lot of younp Herd Bulls. All my
own breeding. Reasonable prices will be made by ono or
all of them. Address
Clear Lnko okln.
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