The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1918 Page: 4 of 8

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keep a (all lines of tires.
We do aJI kinds of ap-to-dite
repairist; of cars ia a
manner that always give
perfect satisfaction. Oar
prices are loir osr work-
manship Srat class.
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Crossley Bros. Auto Co.
Beaver
Oklahomi
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THE BIG FACTOR IN
SELLING LUMBER.
And holding customers
as -re ee it is "interest."
Of coarse we are guided .
by tbesametiradinr; rules
that govern others in our
line bat we've gone far-
ther than that by instill-
ing into eTery nan in our
organization this watch-
word: "Will it nlea.se the
customer?" That to our
notion Is the real key-
stone of our success. It
is our best guarantee of
your SATISFACTION.
Phone 8 for Lumber
Yours for Business
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO.
BEAVER OKLA.
E. D. HUMPHREY Local Manager
At the Front!
Help Keep ItThere!
Conserve!
BIG JO Lumber Co.
W. S. MORGAN Manager
It Will Pay You to
Figure
With
Us
Before You Biy
Complete Stock of
Building Material
EYER.DALE Stock Farm
The Home of
REGISTERED HEREFORD
CATTLE
Herd of Select Cows
Headed by
BEAU GAY 3d and CORTELYOU
Wo 42R40Q No. 801773
Choice fc V for Hale. Iiwctfon aui Correspondence Invited.
CHAS. fYER Prop.
B'verlde.70kla. (RFO
AMERICAN RED CROSS
BIUVKB tOl'MT CIUPTT.R
Maa4 T'-ma. Ckalrma.
Mrs. E. L. Fi'keL 5?etary.
County Directory
IWnlrr Mraark
Mm. Frank Maple r-fcalrsaaa.
Mrs. Ma7 t a'wetL Secretary
i arnmm urivt. )'mi
Kn. W A Love. Chairman.
Mr. W Jl. A4ktnioa. secretary
KIm Ilnatk KMntn
P.T Wells. Chairman.
Mr. W O Parker. Secretary.
Gale llraark. tlmtr
Mrs. Fraueei McGinn. Cialnriai.
Mrs. J X Uookin. Secretary.
f;rr Uraark Cnr
Jack Stmt. Chairman.
Mrs. Chlo P.Khartffon. Secretary
l.aakee flraark. lvaake
Mr. C A. Batman. Chairman.
Mrs. Cindia RM. secretary
Ilalko Braarb. Ilalka
V E. Hart. Chairman
Mrs. V K. Hurt. Secretary.
UKray Ilraara. LaKray
Mrs. Ed Uhmin. Chairman.
Mrs. Hra Conley Secretary.
Oapkla tlraark. MkU
Mrs. P J Ohn. Chairman.
Jo Michel. Scrtarr
Cark llraark
U C Hnilth. chairman
J L. Bobbltt. KCTttarr
llltmldr llranrk
Mrs. J N McDcrltt. chairman
Mrs. Jtule E Dram. retary
KlorU Ilraara
Mrs. Ham Long: chairman
Mrs. KUDean Klncher. secretary
Clear Iike Ilraneh
Mrs. Kettie Foster chairman
Mrs. CeorRla Chockley. secretarr
Tula M(ivnd llraark
Ben J-'rr.lth. chairman
Mrs. Jennie Iloothe. secretary
Illoe fra llraark
Mrs. G M. Gregory chairman.
Miss Metta Woodward. Sec-Tress.
llraark
Mrs. Arlan Kellocc. chairman.
Mrs. Thompson secretary.
Klm044 llraark
A. A. HaslcelL chairman.
Mrs. K. XL. RlEley. secretary.
Madloa llraark
Dell Armstrong Chairman.
Miss Maude IsirdsalU SecreUry.
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3onl of Ccaatr Colloert ot
BeaTer Coastx. 0Uaiei; .Ur E.
Alleabkssa. Air-- P. Merer. EUsl-
beti Merer. L JtTer. Cirt
Meyer. Aral Cx4eU aad Jo Meyer
ere defeaiaat. directlac to ase. lie
saiefitcaei sierlS of BeTer Coaaty.
Oklahoma eoraaxaadlaf; ae to lery
opoa aaJ jU ti toUovia; !ecrJtl
property- toltr All of tie Sostfc-
Qaarter of tia So3til Quar-
ter of Setloa TTreaty-eight CSI.aad
the Soati Half of ti Soat heist
Qaarter aad tie Soatieast Qaarter
of ti S&ath-a-wt Qaarter of Sectloa
Tenty-ala (U) in ta Toajh!p
Two (5). North of Raage Ts-eaty-MTea
(57). E. C. M.. coatalnlas oae
hcadred itxty acres of laad. Alo all
the Southwest Qaarter of Sectloa
Thirty-tire (33). Towahlp Two
(2). North of Raase Tweaty-Tn
(IT) E. C M.. coaulalag oae hoa-
dred sixty acres of laad (without ap-
pralaieat) to utW; a Jndpiaeat
and decree of foreclosure la faror of
raid plaiatiff and asalnst uld defead-
ants. obtained ia Mid court oa the
let hdiy of July. 1J17. for the sura
of Eighteen Hundred Serenty-lhree
and 72-ied Dollar and S242.S0
cosu which includes attorney" fees.
with interest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent per annum from the
16th day of July. 1317. for the sum
accruing; in pursuance of said order
of sale I will on the 23d day of
March ISIS at the hour of 2 p. m.
of said day at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Beaver.
County of Bearer and State of Ok-
lahoma offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash the said
property abore described or so much
thereof as will satisfy said judgment
and interest and costs and a further
Judgment in favor of Reece M. Grose-
close in the sum of 15SS.25.
Witness my band this 19th day of
February. A. D. ISIS.
J. B. C0CCH. Sheriff
of Beaver County. Oklahoma.
O. H. COFFIN. Undersheriff.
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S. N. WIBLE Biyer an. Shipper
HOGS mini CMTTLE
It -xill pay yoa to see me before you sell. Phone Qj Beaver
MM SHEARER
omier Poultry Eggs Cream
Highest Market Prlcm Beaver Oklahoma
GI7 HOEt.
J. . THOMPSON Prop.
Oar ho?e ti oae of the BEST in town and first clas in every respect
ixtlet sapplied srith th bt the market arfordi and rate very reasonable
Evtrr courtesy extended.
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WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
BROWN A EDEN Props.
R.egulaur Meals
Cafe Service
First-Class Rooms
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COL. F. 0. STEVENS
General Auctioneer.
7 VEARS IXPOtlENCE
Public Farm and Stock Sales
Will cry your sale and guarantee satisfaction Jj
or it will cost you nothing. 3
Thoroughbred Sales a Specialty. s
See or call Phone So. 136. - - - Beaver Oklahoma.
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OUK MKSSAGK TO FRANCE
We are sailing on a transport
On a transport eastward bound;
Slipping through the deep blue ocean
Like a long grey hungry hound.
We are coming on a mission.
From our land across the sea;
To help the plucky Frenchmen
In their fight for liberty.
Give the message to our soldiers.
On the battle lines of France;
That we'll set the scale of music
For old Kaiser BUI to dance.
Tell the strong and sturdy soldier
To be brave and hold the fort;
We are coming to their rescue.
When our good old ships reach
port.
Who we are and where we come from
Answer this and simply say;
Units from the pretty Rainbow
From the good old U. S. A.
Composed by Edwin S. Gardner
November 1917 enroute to France
with the National Guard BojS.
OKLAHOMA TO ENLIST 000000
WAR SAVERS
"War Savings Week" In Oklahoma
begins Februarg 17 and continues
until February 24. The goal of the
National War Savings Committee for
Oklahoma Is 600000 war savers. The
state during the year is expected to
subscribe 147000000 in Thrift .and
War Srtlngs Stamps.
Tho big drlvo next week is to
arouse Interest among all the people
spread propaganda and put the cam-
paign on a substantial basis. Agen-
cies have been established In every
(own and hamlet in the state. The
merchants everywhere are volunteer-
ing to act as agents and an organiza-
tion In every county has been perfected.
or
For Indigestion Constipation
Biliousness
Just try one S0-crnt bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
Laxative pleasant to take. Made nnd
wommended to the public by Paris Medl
ine Co manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
WANT ADS.
Lost Ladles' gold watch. Finder
return to J. H. Shearer. Beaver and
receive reward. 2-21 2-2S 2t
FOUND Child's fur neck piece.
Owner may have same by proving
property and paying for this notice.
Inquire at Herald office.
FOR SALE A No. 1 Carbide
plant 100 lb. capacity in Al condl
tlon. Call and investigate. Love's
Hotel Forgan Okla. 2-21 3-14 4t
For Sale A Real Bargain one new
piano. What have you to trade? S.
M. Reece Beaver. - 21 tf
For a clean up-to-date hotel when
in Forgan don't forget Love's Hotel
2-14 3-2 4L
CALLStrunathan'i Market for high
est msrVet price on hogs Phone 00
11-30 tf.
CASH for Hide Furs and Fat Stock
at Stranathan's Market. Phone 2a
11-30 tf.
Love's Hotel keeps open day .and
night. Clean rooms and an up-to-
date cafe. Forgan Okla. 2-14 3-6 4t
LOOKING FOR SCRAP I want
your scrap Iron and will pay J7.00
per ton for country mixed delivered
at Beaver. W. H. Livergood. 1-24 tf
When in Forgan and wanting a
REAL cup of coffee stop at Love's
Ca.e 2-14 3-6 4t.
FOR SALE or trade for young stock
Black Percheron-Norman stallion wt
16CO lbj age 9. W. R. Wright Beaver
2-28
160 acres select soil deep well
northwest quarter section IS town
ship 3 range 25 Benton district.
near Riverside Beaver county for
sale. Kemnltz 2132 Mobegan ave..
Bronx N. Y.
To make a success out of the hotel
business cater to the best. Thiit It
Love's policy. Love's Hotel Forgan
Okla. 2-14 3-6 4U
'hdolne and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic chine.
FOR SALE
good single bed with springs for
J 10.00; good Story & Clark organ
for 150.00. B. R. Stedman Beaver
Okla. 2-14 2-21 2t.
Also Aplex Galvanized Washing Ma-
1.
in? D.Tri Well Ci.
Beaver Okla.
Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nigh
PHONE NO. 2T.
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C M. Li & Co.
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For
Coal
Grain
Flour
Feed
F. E. DOWNS Manager
Phone 161 Beaver Oklahoma
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A German Submarine
Is not half so dangerous as tainted half-
spoiled meat. Youvca 't afford to take
take any chances these days
Our Meats
Are kept screened and protected and our
big refrigerator keeps them cold and fresh.
We handle ONLY the choicest goods.
Prompt delivery.
Phone Us Your Meat Needs
Phone 20
City Market
W. G. STRANATHAN Prop.
Phone 20

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The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1918, newspaper, February 21, 1918; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc69193/m1/4/ocr/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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