The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1916 Page: 7 of 12
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State of Oklahoma. Beaver County ss
Ir the District Court In and for fa id County and
J H.C.Stuart Plaintiff.
v. No. tan
Arthur W. Howe Maud A. Howe huiband and
wife. The La nd Credit Hank; T. O. Anthony. Ad
mlntstrator of the estate of JV Meyer rieceatu
ed Guarantee State Dank f Kills County OMa
homa; Heece M (jrosectose. The Hoard of County
Com ml is Ion era of I'enver County Oklahoma;
Amy C. Allenbnusih Andrew I Meyer Elltnbeth
Meyer. Iec Meer Charles Meyer Anna Cad well
and Joe Meyer Defendants:
The following named defendants to-u It; The
Land Credit Hank; T. G. Anthony administrator
of the estate of Jt W. Mejer deceased; Amy E.
Altenbautch Andrew 1 Meer Kllrabeth Meyer
Lee Meyer Charles Meer and Joe Meyer and
each of them will take notice that said plaintiff
J. H C Stuart In the aboe entitled cause and on
the 12th day of Alin-ust 1916 filed his petition In
the District court In and for Heater County
State of Oklahoma turalnst the said defendants
and other defendant named In caption and that
the raid defendants named herein must answ cr said
petition filed In this cause on or before the 9th
day of December 1916 or said petition will be
taken as true and a judgment rendered In said
action airalnst the defendants. Arthur N. Howe
and Maud A. Howe for the sum of One thousand
and no 100 Dollars principal upon a certain
promissory note executed by the said Arthur N.
Howe and Maud A. How c dated the 22nd day of
November A. D. 1900 due on or before Ave ert
from Its date with Interest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent per annum from the 2d of day No
vember. 1007 for cost of suit am attorney's fees
(n the sum of Two hundred Dollars and a further
judgment will be rendered In said action against
the said Arthur N. Howe and 1aud A. Howe
foreclosing a certain mortgage securing said
promissory note of even date therewith; upon
the following descrlled Iteal Kstate btngand be
Ing situated in Heaver County Oklahoma to-wit:
All of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest
one-half of the South east Quarter and the South
east Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of section
Twenty-nine (29) In Township Two (2) North of
Kange Twenty-seven (27) E. C. M. Containing
100 acres of land. And all of the Southwest Quar-
ter of section Thirty-three In Township two (2)
North of Kange twenty-seven (27) E. C. M. Con
talninglGOacresof land; and adjudging that de
fault has been made in said mortgage that the
p1aintltTshaeaflrsteinon said premises to the
amount for which judgment will be taken as afore
said and ordering said premises to be sold without
appraisement nnd theproceedsoppHedtothepay-
mentof theamountdue plaintiff costs of suit and
forever barring and foreclosing the following
named defendants to-wit: Arthur N. Howe
Maud A. Howe The Land Credit Hank. T. G.
Anthony Administrator of the estate of J. W.
Meer deceased TheGuarantee State Hank of
Ellis County Oklahoma; Heoce M. Groseclose the
Hoard of County Commissioners of Hea cr County
Oklahoma. Amy E. Altenbaugh Andrew P.
Meyer Elizabeth Mejer Lee Meyer Charles
Meyer Anna Cadw ell and Joe Meyer and each
of them from all right title estate Interest
property equity of redemption In and to said land
and premises or any part thereof and especially
ordering and adjudging that the plaintiff's mort
gage is a first lien upon the land and premises
described herein and superior to any mortgage
and judgment leln claimed by alt or any of said de
svku C. C. DeGraw.
Court Clerk Beater County. Oklahoma.
L. L. Shaw Deputy.
E. C. GRAY. Higglns. Texas
Attorney for Plaintiff. IO-2S.ll.9-3t-
MRS. TACK HONORED.
A very delightful afternoon was
spent Thursday by olRhteen Indies at
the home of Mrs. Ed' Hamblln Jr.
when Mrs. II. Blood. Mrs. W. A.
Teter. Mra. Erbert Slu-lhart and Mra.
Hamblln gave a miscellaneous hover
In honor of Mrs. Joe Tack of Heaver
City formerly Alias Attn Boyle of this
Mr?. Tnek was presented with many
beautiful present by which she will
long remember her many Woodward
friends and all of which will be very
i useful In her new home.
After several hours spent in a Rood
social time n delicious lunch was
served by the hostesses.
Mrs. Tack left for her home in Bea
ver on Wednesday evening. Wood-
I k. T.I..
IN THE DISTRICT COUNT OF UEAVtR
COUNTY. STATE OF OKLAHOMA
O. T. Hamlin. Administrator of the estate cf
Eliza Grown deceased Plaintiff
I'. S Hensley and L. N. Moore Defendants.
SUMMOMS BY PUBLICATION.:
Said defendants I'. S. Hensley and L. N. Moore
and each of them will take notice that they have
been sued In the abued named Court upon two
proinmlssory notes' the first being for the sum of
liOO.OO dated October II. 1912 and due six months
after date and pauble to the order of Mrs. Alex-
ander Brown together with Interest thereon from
the 18th day of October 1914. at the rate of 10
percent per annum until paid: and upon a second
cause of action on a certain promissory note slgn'sl
by said defendants nni payable to Mrs Alexan-
der Brown said note bclwr dated December 12
1912 In the sum of SS0.00 and due six months nftir
date together with interest thereon from the 12th
day of December 1914 until paid at the rate of 10
percent per annum and for the further sum of
$100.00 as attorney's-fees in said cause: also for an
order sustaining an attachment upon the prop-
erty described as Iiti 11 and 12 In Block 30 in the
Town of Gate Beaer County Oklahoma.
Said defendants must answer the petition filed
therein by said plalntifl on or before the 2nd day
of December A. D. 1916 or said petition will be
taken as truo and a Judgment for said plaintiff
forSSOO.OOon his first cause of action together
with Interest thereon from the 18th day of Octo
ler. 1914 until paid at the rate of 10 precent per
annum; and for the further Judgment In favor of
said plaintiff on his second cause for action In the
urn of SuO.00 together with Interest thereon from
the 12th day of December 1914 until paid at the
rate of 10 percent per annum; and for a further
judgment in the sum of 1100.00 as attorney's fees
and for Judgment sustaining the attachment In
said cause directing said property described as
Ix)ts II and 12 In Block 30 in the own of Gate
Beaver County Oklahoma to be sold the pro-
ceeds of sakl sale to be applied flrst-4o the pay-
mentofthecostof this action Including said at-
torney fees of $100.00 second to the payment of
I'lalntliT's claim as set out in his first and second
cause of action and the rest and residue if any
to be paid Into Coifrt for the use and benefit of
C. C. Di-GttAW Court Clerk
seal I.. L. Shaw. Deputy
10-19 11-2 LoorBouitROW &. Rizlky Attorney
Is'otlcc of settlepiiyu of Account.
'-State of Oklahoma lluiver County. I ss
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
In the Matter of the Estate of Susan E McGee
Notice is hereby given that George L McGee
the dulyappolnted administrator of the Estate of
Susan E McGee deceased has rendered and
presented for settlement and filed In satd Court
his final account and report of his administration
as such admlnlstrator.and his petition redistribu-
tion of said estate and for his discharge and
that Wednesdoy.the 22nd day of November 1916.
being a day of the regular term of Court to-wit of
the October term.'A. D 1916 at 10 o'clock a.m. at
the county court room In the City of Beaver In said
County of Beaver has been duly appointed by the
Court for the settlement of said account and for
hearing said petition at which time and place
WORKER'S CONFERENCE ENTERTAINED.
The Workers' conference of the
Christian church were entertained at
the home of Prof and Mrs Homer
Hill Monday evening The house was
decorated with witches black cats and
bats and illuminated with Jack-'o-Ian-terns.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill attired as
ghosts received their guests in weird
spook-like fashion and Miss Lois Quinn
nnother spook presided at the punch
bowl where sweet cider was served to
all as they enme. Following the con
elusion of business a Hallowe'en lunch
eon consisting of pumpkin pie apple
salad crackers doughnuts coffee and
mints was served. The members of
the Conference present were ; Mr. and
Mrs. AV. T. Quinn Mr. and Mrs 1 L
Thomas Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. Fiekel I.
S. Urummond Mrs. I.. I. Shaw and
Mr. and Mr. Hill. Mrs. W. G. Stran-
athan Mrs. Ira M. Hudson of Wind-
sor Missouri and Miss Maude 0
Thomas were guests. Tiie evening was
greatly enjoyed by all.
"ENDLESS CHAIN" REACHES BEAVER.
The following clipping from o Kansas
City paper explains itself:
Minneapolis Minn. Oct. L". Many
thousands of letters each containing
10 cents are pouring into thepostofllce
daily from women In various partsof the
country who have joined in an "end-
less chain'' scheme promoted by the
so-called National Urokerage exchange.
Federal agents are searching for of-
ficers of the "exchange" who are
wanted for using the mails to defraud.
A room in a local business block to
which all the letters are addressed nas
suddenly vacated three weeUa ago. the
To every woman who would send 10
centi in silver and write five friends
urging them to join in the chain the
''exchange" promised a new 1017 mod-
el silk petticoat.
"The volume of mail for the 'ex
change' is rapidly growing" said Post-
master Purdy "and today we received
-'"1000 letters enclosing W.OOO dimes.
Thousands of the letters have been re-
turned to the writers but a large ma-
jority carry no return marks and as a
result the dead letter ofllce is becom-
ing clogged. Other mall channels of
the local ofllce are choked daily by the
inllux.of mail for the 'exchange.' "
As an example of how rapidly nnd to
what extent such tilings travel ne
publish the following letter whicli was
received the past week by Mrs. W. W.
Knowles of Beaver somebody in this
vicinity evidently having received such
a letter and expeating to receive a
"new 1917 model silk petticoat" sent
in their 10 cents and hurried along the
"chain" to five friends. It Is indeed
I wonderful how ready people are to be
hoodwinked and how rapidly they bite
at the old gag of getting something for
nothing. So' far us Mrs. Knowles is
concerned the chain has been broken
The letter follows:
Mrs Maude Knowles
Dear Friend You will be interested
in the extraordinary gift oiler now be-
ing made by the National Mail Order
Brokerage Exchange No. r2 Globe
Building. To universally advertise
Heady-to-Wear goods with least time
we will give every one complying with
the conditions herein stated one 1017
Spring Model Petticoat retailing for
$1.7". Give your size and color desired.
Make five exact copies of this letter
and mail to five friends and Bend 10c
to the National Mail Order Brokerage
Exchange with the names and ad-
dresses of the parties to whom you
have mailed the copies You will re-
ceive oue of the silk petticoats without
further expense. This offer Is extend-
ed to all who receive this letter.
Notice oi Sale of Real Estate Free
Notice Is. hereby given that by virtue of an or-
derof sale heretofore on the 14th day of October
1916 made by John J. Hlldreth Referee In Bank-
ruptcy I the undersigned Trustee In Bankruptcy
for the estate of Julius Tuxhorn. Bankrupt will
on the 18th day of November 1916 at the office of
Howard W. Patton. Attorney at Law Woodward
Oklahoma offer for sale and sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in'hand free and clear
liens and subject to the confirmation of the
They like its power it's the world's
most powerful low priced car.
Everybody concedes its beauty.
It wins on economy.
But its roomy seats deep upholstery
and easy riding cantilever springs
These things make it so amazingly
comfortable that people can hardly
believe their senses.
You wouldn't think that a small light;
economical low priced car could be
But come in and let us prove it to you.
Phone 74 or 175. KILE PHELPS & FICKEL Beaver Oklahoma.
The WillyJ-Overland Company Toledo Ohio
"f!d. In U.S.A."
Referee In Bankruptcy the following described
any person Interested In said estate may appear .real estate situated In the County of Beaver.
and file exception In writing to the account and
contest the same.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said Court this 25th
day of October 1916.
(seal Johk A. Spoiin
C. C. DeGraw Ccurt Clerk.
L. L. Lhaw Deputy.
State of Oklahoma to-wit:
Lot Three and Four and the East half of
the Southwest Quarter of section seven.
Town-hip One North of Kange
Twenty-four V. C. M. otherwise ki.own
as the Southn est Quarter of said section.
Chen this 30th day of October 1916
II. W. Patton.
Trustee In Bankruptcy for the estate
11-2-11-9 2t of Julius Tuxhorn Bankrupt.
OFF TO THE SAND HILLS.
Last Wednesday evening October
25th the Kpivorh I.eag'ie of Beaver
gave its young people and friends a
most enjoyable outing.
The yonng folks met at the church
at 0:30 and In due time were off for
the sand hills the attraction of which
no one save a full fledge Beaverile can
realize Leaving the church the com-
pany (consisting of some sixty-five or
seventy persons) inarched through the
main busslness street or the town
giving yells throwing hats in the air
and have a great jubilee in general
on they marched crossing the rail
road the bridge scrambling through
brush and thicket climing steep slopes
of pure sand and sliding down on the
other side checking for nothing until
a preselected spot had been reached.
Here a large bond fire was built.
What happened? A "wienie roast"
of course. After eating buns and
wienies to their souls satisfaction and
after romping about over the hills un
til exhausted they began their home-
ward march somewhat worn ill spirit
but containing that which will stay
with them 'throughout life the sweet
rememberauce of an evening well
One or 'Km.
We are having line weather after the
cold spell and hard freeze a short
Most of the farmers have their un-
matured kalir headed for roughness.
Mrs. Cora Kile and children and
Mrs Alta Johnson took dinner at the
the home of Mr. Fowler Sunday last.
There will be no vmoro Sunday
School at Mt Vernon school house
for a while.
There was no school in the Garrett
district the latter part of last week
on account of the illness of the teach-
er Miss Eva Oreen.
Wheat and broomcorn are still rais-
ing in price
Mrs Will Bass was quite sick last
week Is reported better.
Little Robbie Oreen was on the sick
Mr and Mrs C. Chandler spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
We want everybody to vote at this
election. It's your duty to vote. The
public weal requires that you vote.
Your own interests urge you to vote.
This does not apply to women they're
Troops are going to the border and
troops are coming back from the bor
der and troops are remaining on the
border and we'd like to know what it
all means anyway. Now wouldn't
CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES.
Services vrill be held ac the Christian
Church Sunday morning and evening
at the usual hours
Bible school at 10 o'clock a m.
Morning Communiou and devotional
service at 11 o'clock a. m.
The Christian Endeavor Society will
have charge of the evening services
which begins at 7:4! p. mi and this
promises to be most Interesting
service with several special numbers.
A week from Sunday will be ob-
served as "Neighbor Day" and we will
have special services at 11 o'clock a.
:i. and nt 7 :!" p. in. The Subject at
the morning services will be ''Neigh
borlmess". The Subject Bundny even
ing "The Man Next Door".
L. L Siiaw Pastor.
tax-Fos A Mild Effective Laxatlvt & Liver Tonic
Does not crips nor oisturD tno stomacn.
In addition to other properties Lax-Fos
contains Cascara in acceptable form a
stimulatlngLaxative andTonlc. Lax-Fos
acts effectively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. At the same time it aids
digestion arouses the liver and secretions
and restores the healthy functions. 50c.
The Woman' Missionary Society
meets Thursday afternoon this week
at the home of Mrs Frank Laughrin.
Every boy and girl in Beaver ought
to be a member of soma Bible school.
Are you? Parents what about your
responsibility? Our school will wel-
come you and extend a "glad hand".
The Woman's Missionary Society
will give a public program at the
church next Sunday at 7:30 during
which "Tired of Missions" will be pre-
sented by a number of members as-
sisted by young ladles of the church.
Special musical numbers will also be
given A free-will offering will be
takeu for the cause of missions.
All aro invited.
Have you seen our latest display? If not you
should take a look at our window full of the
CHOICEST AND DANT1EST CONFECTIONS
on the market. You will find Candy of all kinds
and at a. price consistent with qaulity.
Come in and see our line..
THE MOST COMPLETE IN TOWN
i www i1 wirmmnwif i nnf iwm mmimi wi.
Have you studied the proposed Constitutional Amend-7
Do you believe it is safe to vote for Initiated Measures un7
less you tire familiar with their meaning
Aro you in favor of repealing tlie Registration Law vhicl17
protects your vote
Aro you in favor of turning over the Election Machinery in7
your Precinct County and State to party bosses '
Do you want Ufbe arbitrarily placed under urrest by a party7
boss because you do not vote with him
Do you want to kill the Referendum Law by adopting meas-7
ures to enthrone tho party bosses
Do you want to write Socialism in the Constitution
Better read tho proposed amendment and satisfy yourself
on these points before you vote.
.iALliLkUL.UUi.LlAttLLUtuLAAHt.1. l.Uti Un A
The Old Reliable
Bolin-Hall Grain Co.
E. J. HORNE Manager
1 Pioneers in the Southwest
Honest Weights and Highest Market Price is
our motto. We Appreciate your Business and
are Equipped to take care of you Promptly.
i The Big White Metal Elevator
Just Across the Railroad
East side of street.
J PHONE 194 BEAVER OKLAHOMA
CONTRACTOR ami BUILDER
IluildiiiK seo me before contracting
yearsof experience. When leroutyc
Ing'you must bo satisfied with it.
If you aro content.
iilntiiiK u Krlck Stuua
(Joinent o r Frame
Kstimnteg for all kind of buildliifis. 25
rbua- W. F. Shaw gar
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