Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 1, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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Six Years kf TLklbf She Might Die Says Texas Lady Bat Now
Sfce I a Well Strong Woman and Praises Cards! For
Royso City Ter. Mra. Mary Kll-
man. of this place Bays; "After tho
birth of my little girl... my aide com-
menced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. We called the doctor. Ha
treated me... but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable... I was In bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was Just drawn up In a knot. . .
I told my husband It he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It. . .
t commenced taking It however that
arealag I called :my family .about
me... for I knew I could sot last
any daya unless I had a change for
the better. That was six years ago
and I am still hero and am a well
strong woman and I owe my life to
Cardul. I had only taken halt the
botUe when I began to feet better.
The misery In my side got less... X
continued right on taking the Cardul
until I had taken three bottles and I
did not' need any more for I was well
and never felt better In my life... I
hare never had any trouble from that
day to this."
Do you suffer from headache back
ache pains In sides or other dlscom
forts each month? Or do you feel
;weak nervous and fagged-out? tf so
glre Cardul the woman tonic a
trial J. 71
I In betweenvlhe Woodward and. Adams
bought half Interest proaches ore built much of the Incon-
Mi owned by Fred! venlenctytha PUbllo has boen put to will
! in thin wrv inle over. Another on tho snmo road
will later io erected. The work was
under tho supervision ofO. W. Smith of
Mr. and Mrs. Willis (teorge of Dun
lay wero guests at tho Woodward home
Tuesday July 23rd. Mm Orr and chll-
drcn accompanied them home for a visit.
money to go to school
Floyd Ien has
In thewell drill;
Merrltt. He expects
Word has beenrecelvod here that Mra.
Winona Jones of Denver Colo. has re-
covered from n had sic It spell and la
taking care of a rooming house.
Kmery Jtvldun of Woodward visited
his brother nnd family over Sunday.
Ora l'ltts la Improving ngnln and la
nhle n ride out ngnln. Mr. and Mrs.
Pitts oxpecfto take Ora to Hlloam
HprlMKH soon for the benefit of her
Mrs. lluthcrford nnd Mra. flreen took
tho little folk of the M. K. Hunduy
School to Mlsa Mary Uabberl'a Thurs-
day afternoon whore they spent a few-
happy hours eating Ice orenm and play-
Mrs. Wm. Rat net t has returned home
from the hospital but her health is
very little better.
Tho Joy of lifting
To enjoy life wo must have good
heal Hi. No one can reasonably hope
to get much real pleasure out of life
when his bowels are clogged a good
' shnro of tho time and tho poison.
that should be expelled aro absorbed
Into the system producing headache
and Indigestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Tablets will inovo the
bowels strengthen the digestion and
glvf you a chance to realize the real
Joy of Hvi g. Try It.
These mulcts aro intended cspa-
clally for stomach troubles bilious-
ness and constipation. It you hnvo
any troubles of this sort glvo them
a trial onil reallzo for yourself whnt
a llrst class medlrlno will do for you.
Thoy only cost a quarter.
Pianos and Playir Piaais
Grafoaolas and Talking Machines
Shut and Roll Music
Used Pianos and Organs or Young Stock Tak-
en in Exchange. Easy Terms
STARK 6 BEATTY MUSIC COMPANY
Thee P. traldwoe
Time. C. BraUweei
BRAID WOOD ft SON
Prompt Accurate and Reliable
Do a QeneraJ Abstract Business
Mr. and Mra. Hoy Henntgh arc the
proud parents of a baby boy born tho
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra.
Ed Hank near Lakemb.
Mra. Krlckson and daughter Tilly
from St. Louis are visiting- Leny
Pruetta and Mrs. Col Williams at the
Mrs. rtov flhren's narenta. Mr. and
Mrs. Maynard from Missouri visited
with her the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eph llenson and family
were Invited to the home of B. J.
Mcsnera Wednesday evening to eat Ice
Mra. Will llenson and children from
Lakemi) suent Wednesday and Thurs-
orthls week as guests of Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy CJheen spent Friday
night with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Oheen.
Mrs. Steele spent the week end with
her sister. Mrs. Frank Peterson
The Ladles Knitting club met with
Mra. Ilachman Thursday. There was a
large crowd and much Interest la
shown. They meet next month with
Mra. Hoy Oheen.
Airs i.ioya uinsman visited ner
mother Thursday and gathered plums.
Floyd llenson the North Fork grad-
uate Is planning to assist In commence-
ment at Lakemp.
Illley and Lloyd Olnaman and fam
ilies attended Chautauqua at Beaver
Edgar Taylor and Miss Ccell Flock
were married the 10th of thla month.
Harvey Miller and mother. Joe Michel
and family spent Sunday at Jim
Mra. P. J Oheen and daugther-ln-law
visited Sunday with Mra. Armstrong.
Mra. Bums' letter
Here Is a letter that Is certain to
prove of Interest to people in this
vicinity as cases of this sort occur
In almost every neighborhood sua
people should know what to do in
"Savannah Mo. Oct. 12 1916.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and It cured me of
flux .(dysentery). I had another at-
tack of the same complaint some
three or four years ago and a few
doses of this remedy cured me. I
have recommended Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to dot
ens of people since I first used It.'
HK.VVEH HKUAIiD XINK 7-31
NOTICE OF SlIKIllrt AII! FORK'
Stato of Oklahoma County of
N'otice Is hereby clven. that In nur
suance of nn order of solo. Issued out
Ul Ilia uinvui;i iuuii ui iinifui v.uuy.
State of Oklahoma on tho 3l8t day of
July. 1918. In an action wherein Adam
C. Howe was plaintiff and Itosa B.
SlRlor Willis 12. Uodson et al were de
fendants directed to me tho under
slirned sheriff of Beaver County com
mandlng me to levy upon appraise and
sell the following described propetry
The southeast ouarter of section
twelve. In township four north of range
twenty six i:. C. M. to satisfy a Judg-
ment and decroe for foreclosure In
favor of said plaintiff and against said
defendants obtnlncd and made In said
court on the 6th day of December
1917 for tho sum of $1801.68 and costa
128.15 with Interest thereon at the rate
of 10 from the 6th day of Decern bor
1918 and costs accruing! will on the
31st day of August 1918 at the hour of
2 P. M of said day at the "front -door
ot tne uourtnouse in tne ciiyju ueavcr
In said county and state offer for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for cash
the property above described or so
much thereof aa wilt satisfy said Judg-
ment with Interest and costs.
Witness my hand this Jlst day of
J. B. COUCH.
BV E. B. OArtDNEIl.
Loofbourrow and Illzley
Attys. for Pltf.
4-1 8-29 5t
Oreve's Taatetosa eklll Tonic
ttitortt vitality and eoerir st purlfla aad en-
richuxta blood. You can torn feel lu StrMSth-
rolac. tarUoratlas Effect. Price Mc
BEAVER GIT V HOTELi.
J. W. THOMPSON Prop.
Our house is one ot the BKST In town and first class In every res pee
bles supplied with thn best the market affords and rates reasonable
Everv nnurtrai1 eitended
4fcSJ&;$&&5!& && SVh&l& (8&&L)g&$Z&gl!i)l&m!m!?
Scandrett & Fuest
Ellwood andBRoyal Hog Fence
Funeral Directors. Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nigh
NOTICE TO CHEIJ1TOR8
All persons having claims against
the estate of James H. Thompson De-
ceased are required to present the
rr.me .with the necessary vouchers to
the undersigned Administrator N. D.
Neft at (or near) Beaver within four
months of the date hereof or the same
will be forevor barred.
Dated July 2 1918.
N. D. NEFF.
Loofbourrow and Itlzley
Attorneys for Administrator.
8-1 8-22 4t.
PHONE NO. 8S
Since "Pouring on Oil"
Havt Swrcy Fill Yor Barrels
..PANHANDLE OIL COMPANY..
W. S. SEARCY Prop.
BLUE GRABS ECHO
(Too late for last week.)
Wo haven't been spending our vaca-
tion at the mountains fur fiom It. but
our strenuous life has kept ua too busy
to write so If some of the news seems
i old to our home readers It may not
seem bo to those out ot the neighbor-
hood so hore gooa:
July 1. Mr. and Mrs. v A. atevens
announced the arrival of a daughter
whom they have named Maxlne
The rains have been much benefit to
crops of late planting. Many will now
mako which had seemed hoplcss.
The annual meeting of the school
district was held July 9. H. N. Wood-
ward wo a re-elected member. The
routine b'islness was transacted.
Owing to somo skull duggery the mem-
bers of the gentler sex were not per-
mitted to take any part In the proceed-
ings. They are now laying for the
politicians who may be responsible and
.may aome sweet day nave tneir in
ning to tne uiHComuture oi tnese same
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brean announce
the arrival of a aon Monday July IS
whom they have named Qlenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Olln Boren made a ahort
visit with home folks returning home
th nth ".
Mrs. H. C. Boren Is enjoying a visit
with her mother In Texas who cele
linlnd her 70th hlrthdav Julv 7th.
Mlaa Ethel Jenkins waa the guest of
Miss Ida Crlswell July 4th.
Mrs. drover Stevens was a guest at
the F. A. Stevens home July 22nd.
Chas. L. Orr and family arrived from
nueklln. Kansas. July 20th. Mr. Orr re
turning Sunday and the others are en
joying a longer visit wun nome ioikb
Mrs. Orr is tne daugnter or i. n. wooa-
O. b. Woodward 'and family motored
from Protection Kanaas Sunday morn-
ing and spent the day at the Woodward
home. Gerald the eldest' son remained
to assist In the farm work.
Blue urass was represented at rair-
juiy zi wnen tne
mm .in. MSB bv
VIEWER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA
Paul W. Light. Charles M. Light.
and n. L. Yost doing business
as Paul Light and Company
VS. No. 2174
Clyde K. Jones. Defendant
miMHnimi my publication
The state of Oklahoma to the Above
Tho defendant above named wilt
herebv take notice that he has been
sued In the above named Court by the
Plaintiffs above named to recover tne
sum of 1187.90 on an onen account and
that tho property described aa Iot No.
22 In Block Ona Tracy's Addition to the
Town or ueaver uenver iouniy uma
homa: has been attached and that un
less said defendant shall anawer the
natltlon filed In said Court by said
Plaintiff a on or before the 14th day ot
September 1918 said petition will be
taken as true and Judgment rendered
In favor Of said Plaintiffs and against
said defendant tor the sum of 1187.90
and for further Judgment sustaining
thn nftarhmnnt in aald cause. '
Witness mv hand and official seal
this 29th day of July. 1818.
By JESSIE KEITH
Loofbourrow and Illiley
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
8-1 8-15 It.
uW1'' Wlb'riZ'iWiRlb '"JffiJ1 'xfB' Vfly Wf WW
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persona having claims against
the estate of Oeorge W. Adams De-
ceased are required to present the
same with the necessary vouchers to
the undersigned Executor at (or near)
Lakemp. Oklahoma. within four
months of the date hereof or the same
will bo forever barred.
Dated July 20 1918.
7-25 8-15 4t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims agalns th.
estate of John C. Mottln Deceased are
required to present the same with the
necessary vouohers to the undersigned
Administratrix near Gray Okla with-
in four months ot the data hereof or
the same will be forever barred.
Dated July 2th. 1918.
MATTIE M. MOTTIN.
7-2 S-l 2t
a I Light k k
G. W. PIKE Manager
FOR BALE Ford car In good
condition. Inquire John A. Spohn
mm. uvi move mumtmr is
Dr. M. H. Levi announces that his
next regular visit to Beaver will be
on the above date at which time he
may be seen at the Mercantile
FOR BALE One 12-hoe Emerson
disc wheat drill almost new Alfred
E. Knauss Gray' Okla. 725 tf
Two good second-hand Fords for
sale. Good mechanical condition
and good tires. Long ft Lawson.
PAY UP OR PAY 10 PER CENT.
COLLECTION CHARGES AH par-
ties Indebted to the C. M. Light
Grain Company Beaver will please
take notice and call at the office not
later than tho 10th of each month to
settle outstanding accounts In full or
)-10 per cent will be added for col-
v lection. Bear thla in mind It costs
ua money" tn collect. You save the
10 per cent by calling and making
settlement of your account. '. u
Downs manager. 6-6 tf.
L. L. LONG
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
DR. O. NOBELL
SpKlal TrMtmaat gr.a for OraaalaUd
Ltd. Cancer Tob.rculo.li. Hamorrboldi
Dropsy Etc. IU.id.aee Telephone 88.
Dou"M HAVE OKLA.
E. 0. Nicholson D. D. S.
Everything in Modern Dentistry.
BEAVER ONIiY OFFICE.
Office Hours 8:00 to 12:00 1:00 to 6:00
Phone 201 6-4
view M. E. church
aervlcoa were neia.
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Adams were
guests at the CJoodner home July Jlst.
lteuben Martin who ia assisting in
the farm work at the O. W. Petty home
was the guest of his friend Will
Martin at the Woodward home July 21
Sunday July 28th. the program for
the community aervlce flag dedication
will be held at uiue urass at n ociock
a cordial Invitation Is extended to all.
The attendance at Sunday School Is
growing and the Intorest likewise. Are
you helping or hindering the causer
The tied Cross meetings have been
growing in Interest. July 12th ten
members were present. A record Is be-
ing kept and each one registers as she
enters also absentees are noted If on a
telephone line are called up and a re-
port asked of amount of home work
they have done during the week. The
"plum season" has hlndored the sewing
some but moat of our workers are do-
ing their "bit" even under difficulties.
The long looked for bridge con-
tracted for some months ago to be put
ORDER FOR BEARING PETITION TO
KI.I. REAL KITATB
State ot Oklahoma County of
Ttver RM. in The County Court.
In the Matter of the Batata of
Minerva Ault jeceaaed Chaa. W. Ault
having filed herein his petition for the
aale of the real estate described In said
petition for renaons In petition stated.
i ! ordered that aald netltlon be
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and heresy ia set lor neariug on ins
15th day of August A. P.. 1918 at 10
o'clock A. M. at which time all persons
interested in saia estate are requireu
to appear and show cause. If any they
have why an order should not be
granted for the sale ot so much ot the
real estate of aald decedent as Is nee-
e.uary for the reasons in said petition
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published for two suc-
cessive weeks In the Beaver Herald of
Dated July 15th. 1918.
yjOHN A. SPOHN.
7-25 8-1 2t.
S. N. WIBLE. Biytr t. SMppr
It will pay you to gee me before you sell. Phone 95 Bearer I
CadrriMl Detfaeat Caaaot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
ia auMMa portion oi in. ar. Tn.r. i.
nlr on. way to cure catarrhal a.afneaa.
ana loai ia or a conaiuuuonai remtay
Catarrhal Caracas Is caused by aa In
(tamed condition of th. mucoua lining of
th. Eustachian Tub.. When this tub. is
lnOam.d you hav. a rumbling sound or Im-
perfect h.arlng. and when it is entirely
cloccd. Deafness la.th. result. Unless th.
Inflammation can b. reduced and this tub.
restored to Its normal condition hearing
will be destroyed forever. Many eases of
deafness are caused by catarrh which Is
an Inflamed condition of tbe mucous sur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru
tb. blood on tb. mucous surfaces of tb.
W. will give Oae Hundred Dollars for
any case ot Catarrhal Deafaesa that cannot
b. cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir-
culars free. All Dnif slits. c.
F. J. CHENli? it CO Toledo a
Watfe at tfMWffa Safe
In tho District Court oi Garfield
William Tolle Plaintiff
vs Case No. 3205
Mary 0. Allen et al Defendants
Notice of Public Sale
In pursuance of an order of sale In
partition from said Court to me di-
rected I will offer for sale at public
auction at the east door of the Court
House In Beaver Beaver county Ok-
lahoma on tho 15th day of August
1018 at a o'clock p. m the following
described real estate:
The North Half of the North-
west Quarter of Section 15 in
Township 1 North of Range 20 E.
0. M Beaver County Oklahoma.
The terms of said sale shall be to
tbe highest and best responsible bid-
der for cash upon confirmation of sale
by tho District Court of Oartield coun-
JB. Couch. Sheriff
By O. H. Corrm Under Sherlf!
.7-11 8-8 5t
4 German Submarine
ft not half to dangcroua aa tainted half-
spoiled meat. You can't afford to take
take any chances these days
Arc kept screened and protected aad our
big refrigerator keeps them cold and fresh.
We handle ONLY the choicest goods.
Phone Us Your Meat Needs
W. G. STRANATHAN Proa.
Poultry. Euas. Cream
Highmat Mmrkmt Frlcm
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