The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 7, 1916 Page: 6 of 10
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Reduce the Cost of Living
Hy trading at the store of pure groceries and small profits. We
offer you the best the market supplies the onlv kind we buy the
kind timt last longostand furnish the most nutriment. Our usu
al prices prcvnil
Flour and feed in time of need .
Supply the seeds for greater deeds.
We fill the needs vou furnish the deeds.
Zx6e City Market
W. G. STRANATHAN Proprietor.
Notice of fhcrlft Sale Foreclosure.
State of Oklahoma Count? of Bearer .
Netlea f hereby Klten that in purmanee of an
order of ule ietued out of the Dlitriet Court of
Pearer Cwntjr. State of Oklahoma on the 16th
dar of Auiruit. 1916 In an action wherein Newton
State Itank and Trust Company. a corporation
i pUlntirtarv! Mar? Lee lllchard Mulrer. K.
N McConnetl and Ethel Ctorer were defendants
directed to me the undenlxned iheritf of Bearer
County. eommandinK me to levy upon and tell the
following- described property:
The south-west quarter of Se Ion nine. Town-
ship fite. north of Range twenty-three K. C. M.
In Bearer County. Oklahoma.
to satisfy a iudiMMfit and decree of foreclosure in
faenr of said plaintiffs and aralnst saM defend-
ant obtained and made la uil court on the 12th
day of January 1WS. for the sum of two hundred
sererty-rmie and 71-100 dollars and costs I104.4S
with interest thereon a' ten per cent from the
Itth day of January. 11 6. and costs accruing; 1
will on the lth day of September. 11. at the
boor of 2 p m of said day at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Beater in said county
and sum offer for sale and sell to the highest bid-
der foe cash the property abore described or so
much thereof as will satisfy said judgment with
interest awl costs said land eetllnr subject to a
first mortgage In raw of John II Shup for
Witness ray hand Una 16th day of August. 191S
Johnnie M. Jostt.
M7 Ml St Sheriff.
The Better Way to Buy
Is to go to the place that makes a specialty of handling
such goods. Our business is the selling of
Groceries Flour and Feed
I: W. MOORE l CO.
PHona No. 2T BEAVER. OKl-AMOMA
Probst Grain Co
Our Coal Line
The best obtainable
Canon City Lump per ton
THE WEST ELEVATOR
Beaver : : Oklahoma
AT IT AGAIN!
The dog poisoner is at hia trick
again. Within the pa: week n num-
ber of canines have gone the route to
the happy hunting ground of the bow-
wowi Now cotne the question: Who
is at fault? In some instances in fact
in most instances the dogs poisoned
represented a real loss to the owner.
In one instance at least we know that
the dog had a legal right to live for
it's owner had paid the tax required
for that privilege. The fellow who
scattered the poison was probably some
one who had become annoyed and his
patience taxed beyond endurance by
the horde of stray dogs and worthless
curs which usually decorate our prin
cipal thoroughfare and not being the
owner of a dog which he valued him
self he threw out the poison. Of
course this was the wrong thing to do
and some other means should have
been employed and yet is he the only
one to blame? We say not. Along
with its multiplicity of other ordi
nances Bearer has an ordinance which
if enforced is sufficient to do away with
the dog evil. If it was enforced there
would be no need for the poisoner to get
In his work and we venture the asser
Hon that there would be very few such
instances but when it is not enforced
and the town is allowed to be run over
with stray dogs which become a nuis
ance and odious it is no wonder
somebody throws out the deadly strych-
nine in the hope of ridding tho streetB
of tho unsightly pests. The result is
usually the strays live on and some-
body's dog which they valued is
killed. Would it not be better to en
force the dog ordinance and get rid of
tho strays humanely and at tho same
time afford some protection for the
dog owner who values his dog and is
willing to pay for the privilege of keep-
ing it in town?
60 TO FIRST STATE BANK OF FORGAN
FOR YOUR FARM LOANS. 8-17 TF.
State of OkUhurmi. County of Beaver ss.
I having been shown to tb undenicnetl JutJare
of tho District Court of. sW County that public
business requires a Special Term of sakl Court.
It Is therefore onlerftl that a Special Term of
Ike District Court of Beaver County be hekl
therein in the City of Beaver eommenclnit at 2
o clock p. m . Monday. Sept 1-th. 1916 and con
tinuing- until adjonrnment.
Witness my hand at Cumon this 31st day of
W C Cow.
8-31 -T it. Judge of District Court. Beaver Co.
MONTGOMERY & HIBBS PROPRIETORS
Pool and Billiards:
MISS ETHEL HIBBS IN CHARGE
SAM MONTGOMERY IN CHARGE
MISS RUTH SIMPSON IN CHARGE
We cater to ladies and gentlemen
orderly and up-to-date and patronized by
in and see us. You'll like our service.
Our parlors are
the best trade.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO EVENING PARTIES. BRING IN
YOUR LAOY FRIENDS AND ENJOY A PLEASANT EVENING IN OUR
COOL ATTRACTIVE PARLORS. WOMEN ALWAYS WELCOME.
Real Estate Exchange
For Week fending September 2 1916.
II. X. LAW30K ABSTRACTER
Going Through Our Auto Supplies
t aaaw- .
will reveal a quality a vari-
ety and n moderation in
price that cannot fail to
amaze you. We carry every-
thing for the auto and auto-
ist. Every new thing that
comes out for car or driver
may be soon here lirst.
Every old supply that is of
proven merit is kept regu-
larly in stock. See what
we have and you'll see what
Crossley Bros. Auto Co.
Join the Commercial Club and be a Booster
BIG BASKET DINNER.
One of the most stirring and wide-
retching days ot Lipscomb County
Texas was that or Sunday Aug. 27th
when all who ware interested In the
betterment of society and the commu
nity met at the Jones school house for
an all-day meeting. The Sunday
School was called to order by Charley
Dateman Superintendent. After the
usual lesson "Paul'n Farewell" the
pastor. Rev Ella C. Sharp preaahed
her farewell sermon to n well-tilled
house. Text Acts 58 1: "Thou art
permitted to speak for thyself;" after-
which a most delightful basket dinner
was spread and a great company gath-
ered around the table and each did am-
ple justice to chicken salads pickles
pie and cake in abundance.
The afternoon was spent in songs.
rotations ind a sermon by Rev. F
hd en of Floris after which the song
"uod be with you till we meet again"
was sung and pastor and people part
ed for this year at least as September
Oth will be the Annual Conference of
the United Brethren at Stillwater
Mrs. Sharp preached at Sunset in the
evening and at Gate Monday night
and will preach her farewell sermon at
riunset Sept. 3rd at night alio the
farewell sermon at Logan in the morn-
ing when an all-day's meeting will be
held and dinner on the ground.
This closes a successful year in the
Master's work being the 20th year of
ministerial work as a pastor and evan-
gelist for Sister Sharp.
DONT NE6LECT YOUR COLii
Neglected colds get worse instead of
better. A stuffed head a tight cheat
must bo relieved at once. Dr. Hell's
Pine-Tar-IIoney is Naturo's remedy.
Honey and glycerine heal the irritated
membrane antiseptic tar loosens tho
phlegm you breathe easier and your
cold is broken up. Pleasant to take
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney is an ideal
remedy for children as well as grown
ups. At your Drggist's3i4.
Timothy II Moody and wife to John
A. Atkins w H nw M 2U and e X
ne 2I-4-'i7 50O.
II. DeWitt and wife to Jesie Keller
lots 3 3 4 5 block 8. Sands. 50.
Charles R. Davison to John V. and
Paul Schanken. nel 29-1-2S 2000
Mary O Darison to John V. and Paul
Schanken n2 swl and nwl seS section
Otis L. McCord and wife to Wiley
Alcorn lot 1. and e2 net and se4 of
Worthy Poling and wife to Robert
Hathaway 82 sel 12 3-21 $10X1.
Stanley Shearer and wife to Ralph
W. Cornelius ne4 4 0.1-22. $3000.
Claud 3 Simpson and wife to A. R.
Ramsey. nw4.33 1 22 $2500.
RoscoeM. Ford and wife to E. W.
Andrick and Howard Runyan n2 nw4
Jessie O. Leffel and wife tn George
W. Nolder ne4 25-3-20. $i.SlW.
Thomas E. Keeney and wife to T.
Thomas ne4 31-2-25. $2000.
Enrl Williams to Ralph Williams
nwl 113-27. $100
Eldorado F Walters and wife to Ru-
ben L. Rushton nel 7-5-22 $4500.
Ruben L. Rushton and wife to Sid-
ney Sharp n2 ne4 7-5-22. $2000.
D. M. Witt and wife to Melvin A.
Ives. w2 9-3-22 $3000
Mary M. Oldham to Phillip I. Kelley
sel 15.3-28 $100.
Henry E. Green and wife to Emil
and Elizabeth Scheuehzer n2 ne4 32-5-
S. V. Stark and wife to Emil and
Elizabeth Seheucluor s2 nel 32-5-20
Celia M. Herman and husband to
Rundolph A. Stolzmann and wife nwl
Thomas Baldwin and wife to James
H. Malone Jr.. ne4 34-2-29. $4500.
William O. Liggett und wife toR. B.
Rutherford nw4 nel 33 swl se4 and
el'swt 25-1-27 1.000.
Loyd E. Dowdy and wife to Sabilla
M. Langdon lot 14 block 117 Beaver
Manford M. Paasch to R. B. Ruther-
ford n2 nw4 33 and w2 awl 23-1-27
Perry F. Spicer ond wife to John G.
ColTmati.nelsel 23-3-23. $100
Fr?&. C. Tracy et al to John S Little
lot 19. blk It South Dearer. Okla.. $35.
Harry D. Truax and wife to C II.
James set 2 5-23 $4 500
Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System
The Old Standard general atreDgthenln- tonic.
GROVE'S TASTKLKSS chill TONIC Urirts out
Malarla.entiches the blood.andbulMsupthe sys-
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
at wholesale prices in any quantity at the
New Auto Filling Station
Also a full line of
AUTO OILS FARM MACHINE OILS
THRESHER AND TRACTION OILS
CUP AND AXLE GREASE LINSEED
HARNESS OIL TURPENTINE
CREAM SEPARATOR OIL
If you are in need of any of these goods
it will pay you to see me and get my prices.
DAVIS OIL STORE
At Ford Agency 2nd Door East P. 0.
J. K. DAVIS Owner
ALSO AGENT FOR OKLAHOMA REFINING CO. 8-24 9-14 4T
For tHe Care and Treatment of
Surgical and Medical Cases
Eye Ear Nose Throat
Dr. M. H. LEVI
Phone 188 Physician in Charge
Shearer & Wood
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LIVE STOCK A SPECIALTY
We Get the Highest Dollar
REFERENCES FURNISHED WE INVITE INVESTIGATION
BIG SOUTHWEST FAIR AT
LIBERAL SEPT. 12TH TO 15TH
The Liberal Fair thu year will be
held Sept 12th to loth.
The special feature this year are a
great trade and floral parade to be
held Spt 13th a ballon ascension and
parachute drop orery day big racing
program band concerts free attrac-
tions and ball games Another big
feature of the Southwest Fair this year
will bn Oklahoma Day Thursday
Sept. llth has been set apart as Okla
horaa Day. It is expected that there
will be 3000 or 4000 people from Okla-
homa attend the Fair on that day.
The merchants of Liberal will close
their stores all afternoon and the busi-
ness streets and fair grounds will be
especially decorated for the occasion.
Our people should organlce and attend
the Fair on this day
THE BIG FACTOR IN
And holding customers
as we see it is "interest."
Of course we are guided
that govern others in our
line but we've gone'fur-
ther than that by instill-
' ing into every man in our -
organization this watch-
""' word: "Will it nlease the
v.- customer?" That to our
' . 1 notion is the real key
stone of our success. It
. is our best guarantee of
Phone 8 for Lumber
Yours for Business
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO.
E. D. HUMPHREY Local Manager
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