The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 23, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Oklahoma Historical Society
The BEAVER HERALD
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY. SEPT. 23. 1920
IV. . HOCKER President O. M. CAFKV Active Vlcc-Pre:
FIRST STATE BANK
Prepared (o Extend Every Courtesy Consistent with
Sound Banking. Deposits Guaranteed.
1. C. CHFKV 4ssl. Cashier C. W. McEAN Caahlcr
IlItOOM COIOT PUI.b-I.(3
Edwards1 National Bank of Booker
Capital Stock $25000.00
Surplus Fund $5000.00
I. N. EDWARDS President
Your Account Appreciated
H. D. Wood Beaver county broom
corn king was a- Heaver visitor
yesterday. Mr Wood and family
recently returned from n dcllght-
ful trip to Colorado. Ho advises
that broom corn harvest la now on
i In full blast. Ho requires about
one hundred hands so an body who
wants a Job could doubtless find
It there. Mr. Wood's ranch Is near
Clear Lake. Ilc has seven hundred
acres of broom corn. Speaking of
road conditions In his part of the
county Mr Wood says roads arc
awful since the late rains. Jfo la
unxIouR that something bo donu to
I improve them and ab' soon as broom
corn harvest Is over expects to give
the matter personal attention. We
ore sure Mr. Wood that the board
of county commissioners are willing
I to co-operato with ' the oople of
that Community In any way possible.
Funds aro limited of course for
roads nil over the country are "shot
to pieces" by tho recent floods but
if the township and community will
I Ret togither and assist and present
the matter fully to the board we
are sure tho county commissioners
will dp all In their power. The
present board has only been In of-
fice a little more than one year
taking up their duties July 1st
'1919 and when they' assumed their
office the roads of the county were
in fearful conditions and road funds
were depleted by tho wanton waste
of six years of' mis-administration
by members' of the old board but
'until the tecent floods we believe
the people of the county in general
will agreo that the present board
did all that was possible to do and
had the roads in such shape that
J a few more months of the good
I work would hnve made a wonderful
change for the better. Now with
the floods much of the roads have
been literally torn to pieces and it
will tnko time to repair them but
the county commissioner!! are on
The following cases have heel
disposed of In district court here
State of Oklahoma vs. David W
Buckner larceny. Set for trial Sep-
State of Oklahuma vs. I.loyd
Smith appeal J. I. court (grand
larceny ) Motion for continuance
granted. Sot trial for September
State of Oklahoma vs. J W Phil-
lips appeal J. 1'. court. DUmlBsed
on motion of county attorney de-
fendant to pay costs.
atate of Oklahoma vs. M. A Mc-
Henry peace bond. Dismissed on
motion of county attorney de-
fendant to pay costs.
State of Oklahoma vs. W B.
Foster appeal J. P. court. Dlsj
missed on motion of county attorn-
ey dofondant to pay costs.
State of Oklahoma vs. CUfton
Hope peaco bond. Continued' for
State of Oklahoma vs. J. 12.
Bridges selling mortgaged proper-
ty. Continued for term.
State of Oklahoma vs Norman
Creed peace bond. Continued for
Tho Hank of Beaver City vs.
Burrel Tnylor et al suit on note.
Dismissed at cost of plaintiff.
Clifton Cope vs. Town of Gnte
nppeal J. P. court. Dismissed at
cost of defendant.
Clifton Cope vs. Town of Gate
appeal J. P. court. Dismissed at
cost at defendant.
F. Laughrln vs.. John A. -Russell
conf lunation. Sale confirmed.
Edward II. l.agermann vb. John
W. Allen ct nl cancellation of H. E.
mortgago rclcnsv. Judgment against
defendants Waters and I.on Mn-phet.
Otto Uaruy vs. ivaue unnmuer
iHltffc " !A. &-S . '
Just as a man is judged in a
personal way by the company
he keeps so is he judged in a
business way by the banking con
nection he makes.
A checking or savings account
with a good reliable institution
like this one reflects good busi
ness judgment. It builds prestige.
So choose wisely and soon.
the Job and they'll do their best.haln ot al partition. Report con
IJOOKEK HAM) WIMj PLAY FOR
Tho cltliem of all part3 of the
county must co-operato with tho
courtly commissioners to obtain the
best results nnd we speak advls-
nlilf wlirtn tvrt nv fhrt lindril wnl-
If you are going to milk cows comeB such c'0.0peratIon nnd advice.
PUREBRED DAIRY HEIFERS
why not milk good ones? Quite a rr-ii il
i-riMiucm j oa uoiianti nuviscs us numoer nnvo expressed a uebiru i troubles
commissioners your road
Ho -easonablo and assist
that ho has secured the sen-Ices me to buy sonic purebred heifers anj wen EOt better roads
of tho Booker fourtecn-plcce band of some ot tho dairy breeds. (!. i '
to piny for the Beaver County Fair "W. Railway head of the stato dairy
ana mat tncro win ne -music in uepaitmeni expects to go 10 wis-i
tho air" all the 'Umc Tho bamljconsln some time" In October to
good iioost foii reaver
i (.uiiaiii duiuu ii.ui; u v..wv.- w i Tu'f. nlflyntic In llnii'nr ... lrtat
boys hnvb recently been outfitted buy stock of this kind for several i fond" ir nr vinir W mnrm
with now uniforms through tho counties In tho state and I am nre niovlng this week that they are
generosity ot tneir townsmen i. ji. very anxious to. get up at least a iVe-wiics and town boosters ot the
P.lwntfla Q M Wlllfnnrp TI. 11. ifi!.....! nt mlfn 1unrl twilfnva l.v flinf' ...i . .. - ... . .
"-""."- -" ';" "! r.t. -.."..... .... ...v. ..... - "-- riBiu son. nio cumins 10 wnom
Grace and It. C. McDonald. They time for Beaver county. Would Wo refer nlc. j r;. Spurrier and H.
piny soma real music ueavor is ( ue glad to meet ami taiK to anym. Lawson who havo takon tho
fortunate In securing this big at- one wishing ono or more of these initiative nnd this week commenced
tratlon for her visitors during fair heifers and If pof3slblo arrange to .i0 eIPCti0n of ii new modern
.sii:aki:iis foh thu faiii
Arrangements aio 'being made for
nt least one nnd perhaps more
prominent speakers to talk to the
crowds hcie during tho county fair
October 7-5-9. Stato Superintend-
ent rt. II. Wilson Is scheduled to
Spenk Saturday afternoon.
assist you in securing them.
AV. H. HANL.Y
IJKG YOUIt PAHDON
The meeting nt tho Methodist
church will contlnuo over Sunday.
Se'rvlces each cenlng at 8 p. m.
You aro especially urged to hear
Itevorcnd Howard Sunday at 2:415
nnd S P. M. The subject for Sun-
day will be: "Heaven" which will
bo the last service of tho meeting.
bungalow on McOlccso avenue one
block woit of the Frank Maple
home. on.Jowutt. 'This Is the' first
of ' a btio of sovpii or more mod-
ern bungalows which theso men ex-
pect to build Just as rapidly as .the
contractors can get to them. Tho
first house has nlieady been sold to
former sheriff J. B. Couch.
There has been a demand for
some time for more and nettcr
In publishing tho announcement
of candidates In tho. Beaver County
Fair premium list booklet this
shop made an error In that wo
printed T. L. Ogllvlo's namo as
candldcto for counly surveyor. Mr.
. .. '... - i uii'ii wuri; uum'jucu wim m
Uguvio-is tno nepuDiican nom.neo . d . rent or Thu
ror county assessor j u. wuiim . . . m.b onllr.
J. P. Compton vs. B. F.' Koulds
ct nl. Judgment for plaintiff.-
Wilson A. Sorter s. F. II. Col-
lins Investment Co. recovery of
usurious Interest paid. Demurer to
plaintiff's ovldonce sustained. Mo-
tion for now trial overruled nnd
AWvU BarHett vs. Jacob U. Ab-
bott ct al. Sale conf limed.
Ernest Woolf vs. W. E. Miller
nnd Claudo L Smith accounting.
Agreed no cost bo taxed to Smith.
J. M. .Lovell vs. Frank Kllngor
replevin. Dlrmlsscd at cost of
Buth Plncard vs. J. M. Plncard
divorce. Dlvorco granted.
Ella Woeden vs. llert Weeden
dlvorc. Dlvorco granted.
J. D. Thompson vs Lawrence T
Kersey et al forceclosuro. Salo
Al Hatton vs. Liberal Equity
Creamery Co. Motion and demur-
rer overruled. Defendant given 30
(Id- r answer
L. S. Scott vs. J. J. Newfold on
promissory note. Juugmeut toi tuo
Western Farm Credit C. vs.
Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
Your Deposits are Guaranteed
W. K. HOOKER President
O. 11. CAKKY Acthe V-Presldeut
H. A. Mnple. V-I'reildcnt
r7fiovBefnt acSecwefc Giiy
Ib the Itepubllcan nominee
houses in Bqaer. This fall at tho Bernardino S. Wiles ct al on notes
opening ot school our real ostatej r- torrlu'utp of rhnitn' mortgage
men Nyru boReiged with applicants Judgment' for the plaintiff.
Chrlstophor Carponter vs. junena
Carpenter dlvorco. Divorce granted.
O W. Simpson vk S. Of Vincent
Mario Harris is ngaln on
through Yellowstono Park.
rler and Lawson Is certainly In tho
rleht direction and. while- it will' on note. JudKinent for plaintiff
dlroctly benefit them It will also I Llllle Kuns vs. W. II. Kuns at-
J. II. Lawson to Inter-
B8 . . .JL16 nffiro Indirectly benefit all Beaer. The tnehment
J2b .t t: 'eF5?JMrti "vfl Herald moroB that they be extend-'rison and
hayipg spent n 'leHglitful va- f thankSt jIero8 ho
that others of our boosters catch 1 The Halko Stato Bank vs. W. B.
tho spirit of progiess. Let's bring Kuns et al on note.' Judgment
old Beaver out of tho rut (anurfor plaintiff.
440 acres Smiles from Beaver. Good live-
room house barn granary and other
improvements; 300 acres in cultivation -50
acres good alfalfa land deep running
water phone line and mail service.
Price $12500. Will give terms.
.' H. N. LAWSON BEAVER . OKLA.
the ruts out of Beaver). wove
slept ujiVour opportunities long
enough Let's snap out ot It and
make tho rest of mo nonnwcsi su
up. and tako notice. Wo havo right
hero the biggest little bunch ot
boosters In tho country. Whca wo
all get together and pull together
wo certainly "go some." Let's get
busy and go somo mora Wo can
do It. We need better streets a
cleaner town and better roads lead-
ing to town. Time and money spent
in securing such things Is well
spent. Wo cannot afford to neglect
theso things much longer. Tho
time has como for action. Let's get
busy. Tho Herald is willing and
glad to glte all the pi Inters Ink
necessary to promoto tho Impiovo-
ments and we'll give our sharo of
Mm and cash to boot. Wo are for
'a bigger and better Boavor. How
about you? '
REPA1US AT CHUISTIAN CIll'llCII
Tho extension repairs which havo
been going on at the uniisuan
ii.--ii fnr ininn time woro com
pleted thlB week ""and that edifice
will bo ready for use next Sunduy
nni.no lirtrn nnuounceu. I no ruu-
t orated Sunday School will hull this
.nows with delight foi tho bcliool
'has grown so largo It haa been 1m-
'poeslblo to hdiiBO it at tho Presby-
lierlan church whero services have
I been held pending the completion
lot ropalra at the Christian church.
.x!... .f tlm tnnphnrs Were COIU-
'nelled to hold open-air classes. Tho
. . ... ... ..mlAi nnlllni?.
lopalrs inciuuo a n
which Is of ' attractive design and
has been beautifully decorated and
newly plastereu wnus. n "
talnly a' wonderful Improvement.
County Agent Hanly expects to
leave tho early part of next week
foi' Oklahoma City whero ho will at-
tend tho state fair.
Kansas City Life In3manco Co. plaintiff.
vs. Pet or Hopso ot nl foreclosure. Jt. B. ItuUiOrfoul vs. W. S. Blak-
Judgment for plaintiff. ey cancellation of ranch lease ana f
Harry D. Truux vs. L. D.. Box- action fpr an accounting. Tempos-
well on promissory note nnd fore- nry restraining order issued. Hear-
cloBuro of rlmttel mortgago. Judg- Ing on Injunction BCt for tho -7tn
mont for plaintiff. I Inst. .'
John L. Wnllaco vs. John J. Clyde Lawhead s. Bertha t.
Neufeld ct ux foreclosure U. E bawhead. divorce. Dlvorco granted
mortgage. Judgment for plaintiff I It. II. llaymond vs. Almirn.Whlto
Leo A. Burn vs. L. Z. Wnde ct al. Smith ot nl to aulot title. Judg-
cencellatlou of leaoo and quieting mont for plaintiff
title. Judgment for plaintiff. Mao Volgnmoio vs. William Vol-
Llllle llairlson vs. Willie Harrl- gamoro dlvorco. Continued
son dlvorco. Passed for present.! Mahle Orlffy vs. Marlon Cliffy
Win. A. Champion VV Maggie divorce. Dlvorco granieu.
Champion divorce. Continued fori- Bcrnlo A. Johnson vs. I'rcdorlcK
term i ' ' Kollmnn et -nl attachment. Do-
Tho FIsst State Bank of Forgati ' femtant Koljman given thirty days
vb. Town .of Forgan n rolporatlon to answer.
lecovory on warrants. Judamenl' Viola Young etc. vs. James
for plaintiff. I .Young annulment of mnrrlngo.
Homo Lumber & Supply Co. vs i Judgment per Journal entry.
Town of Forgan locovcry rin vr- C'taH. A. Mlllband Co. vs. Town
rants. Judgment for plnlntlff. of Beaver suit on wanant. Judg-
Brako Uountrce vs. Ell Laytonjmcnt for plaintiff. .
et al foreclosure. Twenty daya Maxlno Hancock vs. Clyde Iian-
glvcn defendants to answer. cock stparnto mnlntennucc and niu
Fred SCllcht s. The Town of ?y jjurt orders M d-
Forgun on account. Judgmunt for' month unil jr.0.00 ntfornoy fee. .
Tho Bank of Beaver City vs. F.
W. Hiatt ct al. Judgment for thu
II. F. Bennett vs. Charles fc.
Lawronce on piomlssory note. Judg-
ment Jor plaintiff.
S. D Potter as Admr. vs. D. W.
Buckner to quiet title. Judgnu-nt
. J. H. Walto net nl vs. II. W.
McNultv et ux foreclosure. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
.Tnhn A. Stcmen vs. . james n.
Hensley et al. Demurrer over
ruled. 30 days' given Huckner to
nnswer Judgment against Jns. u.
and Martha E. Horisley.
Andrew W. Hageimun vs. Bert
White et nl to quiet title. Judg-
ment for plaintiff.
Stantford K. 'iaior vs. u. .
Buckner quiet title. Leave grant-
ed to file amended petition within
D. W. 'Orlmwood vs. Henry Scrog-
glns et al specific performance.
Thirty days given defendant to
B. O. Beatty e. II. II. Beatty on
piomlssory note. Judgment for the
Acme Harvesting Machine Co. vs.
i. n Hllov et a) on promlssorj
note. Judgment agaliiBt W. K.
iniitv fur nlalntiff.
Heaver County Okla. vif E. II.
Savage on tax warrants. Salo con-
firmed. . .
Mary Grace Cummins vs. John W.
Cummins dlvorco. Dlvorco granted.
Forgan Equity Excbango vs. J. N.
Tooloy attachment. Judgment for
plaintiff. J. A. Carroll purmlttsd
Henry Maschmeier vs. P. D.
Bncse. on nromlssory note. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
W. It. Harrymnn vs. james lamp'
bell ct al foreclosure. Dismissed
lit plaintiff's cost. '
W. M Tompkins vs. Levi T
Lovenll et al foreclosure Judg-
ment for plaintlfr.
New goods now in the house and
ready for your inspection.
Our line embraces all that is new
in Millinery. We are anxious to
please you as always.
ANNIE L. JONES
Farm Loans Real Estate
See us before you make a Farm Loan. We can get
' the money in less time than any other company.
W. F. Carson Company
Insure Your Grain in 5aok or Bin
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