The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 11, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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""" HOT1CU OV SIIEIHrPS' SALK
SUte of Oklahoma Beaver County 88.
Notice U hereby given that In purautnre of an
order of eale laaued out of the Dlatrict court of
Beaver county Oklahoma on the 12th day of
April 1922 In an action wherein E. E. Mclluirh
.and Ed Smith were plaintiff! and E. M. Wade
Elizabeth It. Chapman - Chapman her hut-
band. C. M Smith and Mr. C. M. Smith hit wife.
R. II. Ilarnet and II. H.Matkln were defendanU.
directed to me. the underlined SherlH of Bea.
ver county commanding me to lery upon an.
praltear.d aell the following detcribed property:
Eat Half (E2 of Section Nineteen 1W. Town-
thlp Fire (6) Rang-e Twenty (20) Beaver Coun-
to tatlify a Judgment and decree of forecloturo
In favor of tild plalntlll and against tald defend-
Ant obtained and made In aald court on the 11th
day of March. 1922 for the ium of f2571M and
coete W7.90 with Intereet thereon at 10 per cent
perannum from the llth day of March A D. 1922
And cottt accruing I will on the 16th day of May
1922 at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m of tald day at
the eatt frontdoor of the court house In the city
' of Beaver and tald County and State offer for
ale and aril to the li ghcat bidder for caih the
aald property above detcribed. or ao much thereof
At will eatlufy tald Judgment Interett and cott
aald land to be told tubject to prior lelnt of 17050.
00 nnd accrued Interett.
Witnetl my hand thlt 12th day of April 1922.
II. B. BriJgewatrr.
Sheriff of Beaver County.
4-lZ B-U 8t Dy J. O. KARNES.
Crinttcad & Cotgrove. Attyt. for VlalntllT.
:ttiTicu or tAi.i: tr iu:ai. kst.vti:
In the Matter of the Eitate of Beuford Ter-
Nollco It hereby given In purauanceof an order
of the County Court of the Countyof Tuin SUte
of Oklahoma made on the 19th day of April. 1927.
the underelgned Admlnlttrator of the eeUte of
lieu ford Terrlll will tell at Private Sale to the
hlghett bidder tubject to confirrratlon by tald
Court on or after the 12th day of May A. D.
1922 at 10 o'clock a. m at the County Court room.
In Cuymon Texat County Oklahoma M the
right title and Interett of tald Beuford Terrll'
-defeated. In and to the following detcribed real
ttate tltuate In Beaver County State of Okla-
The Southwott Quarter 3W! of Section Tw enty
Seven (27) Townthlp Three (3) North of Range
Twenty-Sli (26) Eatt of the Cimarron Meridian.
Said real ettate will be aold on the following
termt and condition to-wlt: Caih.
Bldt for the purchaee thereof mutt be In writ-
ing and mutt be (lied in the County Court at
Guymon. Oklahoma or delivered to John A
Spchn at hie law office In Beaver City Oklahoma
Dated thlt 19th day of April 1922.
State of Oklahoma County of Beacr s
John A. Spohn being duly anorn. aaya that on
the 3d day of May 1922. he potted true copiea of
tho within notice In three public placet In Beaer
County at follow t: One at Court Houte In tald
county one at Pott Office at Beaver Oklahoma
cne at Tott Office at Forgan. Oklahoma.
JOHN A. SPOHN-
Subtcrlbed and aworn to before me thlt 3d day
of May 1922.
5- 6-11 2t JESSIE KEITII-STEWART.
SEAL Court Clerk
Notice of Sheriit'.Sale Foreclosure
Notlcelt hereby given that In purtuance of an
order of tale lituod out of tne Dutrfct Court of
Beaver County State of Oklahoma on the 18th
day of April. 1922 In on action wherein Fred
Talntor wat plaintiff and Bernardine S. Wiles.
Ray Over. L. K. Wiles. The Wntcrn Farm Credit
Compan . a corporation. The Zlrkle Motor Com-
pany a corporation R. II. Rout Laura Nylund.
Bertha Lea Over were defendant directed to
me the undertlgncd sheriff of eaid County com-
mandlngme to levy upon and tell "Without Ap-
praisement" the following property to-t:
The East Half of the Northeatt Quarter (E2 of
NE4) of Section Thirty-two (32) and the Wett
Half ot the Northwett Quarter (W2 of NW4)
of Section Thlrty-threo (331 all In Townthlp
Four (4) North of Range Twenty-eight (28)
Eatt ot the Cimarron Meridian Beaver County
to tatltfy a Judgment and decree of forecloture
In favor of aald plaintiff and against aald defend
ante Bernardino S. Wiles and Ray Over obtained
and made In aald court on the 27th day of Sep-
Umber 1921 for the sum of 12372.79. and Interett
at ten per cent per annum from date of judgment
and the turn of 1 189.60 and Interett at tin per
cent per annum from date of Judgment and costa
herein of $19.C0 and accruing costa of tale; and a
further Judgment and decree of foreclosure In the
name cause and on same date. In favor of defend-
ant and Croat-petitioner L. K. Wilet and against
the defendant Bernardine S. Wllet. for the turn
of $1690.60 and Interett from April 13. 1916 at the
.rate of ten percent per unnum and cottt herein:
and a further Judgment and decree of foreclosure
In the tame cause and on same date. In favor of
the defendant and crott-petltloner The Western
Farm Credit Company a corporation and agalntt
the defendants Bernardino S. Wilet and Ray
Over for tho turn of 1493.95 and Interest from
data of Juditmont until paid at the rate of ten per
cent per annum and costs herein; and a further
judgment and decrco of foreclosure in the tame
caute and on the tame date. In favor of the de
fendant and crosa-pelltlontir R. II Roes and
Against the defendants Bernardine S. Wllet and
Ray Over for the sum of (62372 and Interest
from dato of JuJgmcnt until paid at the rate of
ten percent perannum and costs herein; and a
further Judgment and decree of foreclosure in the
aamecausoand on thesamedatelnfavor of de-
fendant and croat-petltloner Laura Nylund and
Agalntt the defendant Bernardine S. Wiles for
the sum of 17000 00 and interest from date of
Judgment until paid at the rate of aix per cent
per annum and costs herein; I will on the 22nd
d.y of May 1922 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of
aald day at the east front door of the Court House
in the Town of Beaver In aald County and State
offer for sale and tell to the highest bidder for
cash the aald property aboye described or ao much
thereof as will satisfy said judgmentand Interest
Witness my hand this 19th day of April 1922.
II B. BRIDCEWATER
Sheriff of beaver County.
4.20 6-18 CI Stato of Oklahoma.
Loofbourrow & Loofbourrow
Attorneys for rialntlff.
Sealed bids will be received for the sale of the
Beuford Terrlll Homestead the Southwest Quar-
ter of Section 27 Township North of Range 26
East Cimarron Meridian In Beaver county Okla
homa at the law office of John A. Spohn on Fri-
day the 12th day of May 1922. Sale will be for
cash. Certified check for 10 percent of bid must
F. HINER DALE
6-4 6-11 2t Administrator
coi. . a. sttnmERS
Fifteen Years in Live Stock
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
NOTICE Or SHEKirrS SALE FORECLOS-
URE State of Oklahoma Count' of Beav-
Notice It hereby given that In purtuance of an
order of tale ittueil out of the Dittrlct Court of
Beaver county. Slate of Oklahoma on the lit day
of May 1922 In an action whrln John A.
Stemen wat plaintiff and Jesfet Mount and.
Mabel Mount and A. J. Dickson were defendants'
directed to me theunderelgncd sheriff of Beaver
county commanding me to ley upon and sell
without appraiscmept. the following described I
proptro : I
The West Half (V2) cf the Southwest Quarter
(SW4) Section Ten (10) and the North Half (N2)
of the Northwest Quarter (NW4) of Section
Fifteen (16) In Townthlp Four (4) North. Range j
Twenty-eight i28) E. C.M. Beaer County'
to satlify a Judgment and decree of foreclosure
In favor of said plaintiff and against eaid defend-
ants obtained and made In said court on the 24 th
day of April 1919 for the snm of Four Hundred (
(J)00.00) Dollars with Interest thereop at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum from the first day
of February. 1914 cost 178.76 and cottt accruing!
and the taxes with Interett theron at 10 per cent
per annum from April 24 1919 and attorney"! fee
of $40.00; I will on the 6th day of June 1922. at
the hour of 2 p. m. of tald day at the front door
ot the court houte In the City ot Beaver In tald
county and ttato offer for sale and tell to the hlgh-
ett bidder for cath the property above described
or to- much" thereof at will tatltfy taid Judgment
with Interett cottt taxea and attorney's fee. I
VInn mvl.fi.. tMa far .l.tf fif Mv 1Q" '
II B. BRIDCEWATER.
By J.O. Karnet
6-4 6-1 5t Under Sheriff.
niGIITIl (iKAl)i: i:amiatio.v
Notice Is hereby given that the
second period examination of appli-
cants for 8th grade diplomas will
be held at the following places on
Thursday and Friday May 18th and
Dist. 22 Beaver conductor M. C.
Dist. 123 Forgan conductor Nel-
Dist. 144 Knowles conductor
Mrs. A. D. Grace.
Dist 38 Gate conductor Mrs.
Dist. 89 Locust Grove conductor
Dist. 75 Balko conductor Clara
Dist. 56 Twin Mound conductor
Mis. Tred T Smith.
Examination paper will be pur-
nlshed. W. L. IIENSON
5-11 It County Supt.
STOP THAT ITCHING
There Is a lot of skin trouble in Bea-
ver and surrounding territory this
spring. We will tell you a jar of Blue
Star Remedy on n guarantee for Itch
Eczema Ringworm Tetter or Cracked
Hands Old Sores or Sores on Children.
Will not stain clothing and has a pleas-
ant odor. Long & Beegle Drug Co.
rOR SALE OR WILL TRADE FOR
BEAVER CITY PROPERTY
ICO-acn- farm within two miles of
Balko Ma two-mom house and oilier
Improvements. ReBfoneble prici and
terms. Owtu-r will he in Beaver Sat-
urday to set- Interedcd partie
5-4-11 Care nf Beaver Herald.
PIANO FOR SALE-We havo a good
piano almost new near Beaver that
we will sell for balance owing on con-
tract. Convenient terms can be arran-
ed with reasonable partv. If interest-
ed writo us at once. Tho Eberhardt
Hays Music Co. Wichita Kansas.
5-1 5-11 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bar by were Bea-
ver visitors Sunday afternoon.
John Bengcr of Clear Lake was a
Beaver caller Saturday.
Ernest Slocum of Elmwood was a
Saturday caller in Benver.
Mr. and Mrs Robt. Maple were Sat-
urday callers from Mocano.
Will Phelps of near Balko was a
Beaver caller Saturday.
D. G Hendricks of Riverside was in
E. D. Zimmerman of Elmwood was a
Saturday visitor in Beaver.
L. Di Woods of Riverside was a Bea-
ver caller Monday.
Mn and Mm. Ed Banks from old La-
Kjtnp were Beaver callers Saturday.
Mrs Art Grocndykc and daughters
of Elmwood were in Beaver Monday.
Joe Getz was a Beaver caller from
Booker Texas Monday
Geo. Ragsdalo was up .from Perry-
ton Texas Monday.
John Hlbb8 of Elmwood was in Bea-
C. F. Huguley was a caller from
Wm. Shaw of Knowles was a Beaver
caller the past week.
. Messrs Shaw and Dickson of Knowles
called in Beaver Monday.
Mrs. D. G. Hendricks and sons Wiley
and Earl of Riverside were in Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tedder moved
this week to the Walter Murry proper-
ty which they have purchased.
Gene Couch and Dick Myers were
Beaver callers from Couch vicinity Sat-
urday A. J. Stanton Weber Petty and
Walter Moore of Clear Lake called at
tho county seat Monday.
W. P. Washburn was a Community
Institute visitor from northwest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slocum of Elm-
wood attended the Community Insti-
tute here Sunday.
Misses Dell Roberts and Mabel Dan-
iels and Mr. WolIT were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Home.
Mrs. O. H. Cafky of Forgan attend-
ed the Community meetings hero this
Rev. Carter and family were in Hun-
toon Texas Sunday where he filled
the pulpit at tho Baptist church.
John Sims and U. A. Young of tho
Kiowa vicinity transacted business in
the county seat Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson of Couch
and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Wilson 'torn
Booker Texas were Beaver shoppers
County Agent W. B. Hnnly drove to
Gate Thursday of last week to visit R.
B. Hcyhurst who is carrying on a
FOR SALE-I will sell at private sale
the following property at my home
one block east of High School Beaver
Oklahoma: 2 Iron Bedsteads and
Springs; 1 Combination Dresser; 1
Dining Table; 1 Rag Rug 7x9; 1 Ax-
minster Rug 9x12; 5 Dining Chairs;
3 Rockers; 2 Childs Rockers; 1 Book
Rack; 1 Chiffonier; 1 White Sewing
Machine; 1 Sanitary Cot; 1 Organ
Lakeside. 1 Writing Desk; 1 Desk
Chair; 1 Sewing Table; 1 Kitchen Cab-
inct; 1 Four Hole Kerosene Stove Per-
fection; 2 All Cotton Mattresses;
Dishes and Cooking Utensils; 1 Jersey
Cow. Call after 4:30 p. m.
5-11-18 2t A. O. ANDREW.
LOTS OF PLANTS FOR SALE-Nan-'
cy Hall Sweet Potato Plants' nt 40
cents per hundred or $350 per thou-
sand. Also Tomato Plants Livingston
Stone varieties price 60 cents per hun-
dred. Prompt and careful attention
given to mail orders. PAUL GREGG
Woodward Okla. Route 3 Phone WY
2. Located 3 miles east and 5 miles
south of Woodward. 5-4 5-18 3t
FOR RENT-Two-room house. Mrs
Nettie Brown Beaver.
1-5 tf Phono 95
Mr B.adford of Booker Toxas was
in Beaver Monday. I
Walter Drum went to Couch last
Saturday where he Is to work.
Scth Skinner and wife of Couch wcro
Beaver visitors Saturday
S. A. Boilcau of Clear Lake called
in Beaver Monday.
O. C. Minton from northwestof For-
gan was in Beaver Monday.
Pete Cassity was a Monday visitor
in Beaver from Balko.
P. N. Mayo of Forgan was an Insti-
tute visitor Monday evening.
Bill Cassity of Balko was In Beaver
Ora Mays of Bnlko was a business
caller In Heaver Monday.
Fred Mehl of Boy'd was a visitor at
the Community Institute hero Monday.
B. F. Law of Kokomo was in Beaver
J. A. Steward from west of Bulko
was a Beaver caller Monday
II. M. Kirton was acouuty scat call-
er from Boyd Monday.
M. F. Hethcock of Logan was a bus-
iness visitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones were Bea
ver visitors from Surprise Monday.
C. R. Nichols was a visitor hero from
Floyd Nichols of Forgan attended
the Community Institute Monday.
Phil Egbert of Elmwood was in Bea-
C. D. Humphrey was a Beaver caller
from Balko Monday.
J. A. Lane and John Gambs of
Knowles looked after business hero
Mr and Mrs. II. Hobble and son of
Liberal Kansas were looking after
legal matters In Beaver Monday.
Frank Cobeldick and wife drovo over
from Forgan last Saturday evening for
a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Littlo Glendon Slocum of Elmwood
came to Beaver Friday of last week
for a visit with his friend T. D. Hanly.
Ho returned home Monday. I
Floyd Hayes superintendent of
schools at Forgan attended the Com-!
munity Institute here Monday. He
was very much enthused with tho
meetings and arranged to bring the
Forgan high school over in a body
Howrcn Hall and wife Mrs. Lewis
Nichols and Miss Leota Rutledgc from
near Booker Texas visited at tho J.
H. Stalling home here and attended
the Community Institute Sunday. Mrs.
K 11 remained for the Monday and
County Agent W. B. Hanly was call
ed to the Balko vicinity Friday of last
week to inspect some hogs belonging i
to W. C. Bryan which were thought to I
bo suffering with cholera. It was do-'
cided that the trouble was pneumonia. '
While in that neighborhood Mr. Hanly i
took dinner with E. W. Bryan and wife
and was served with ico cream which
was frozen with hail that fell Sunday
April 23d. Several wagon loads of
hail had lodged in a ravine and had
been covered with rubbish brought by
the high water. Many of tho people
had usiJd out of the supnly for frozen
dainties and Mr. Bryan had picked up
some ten days after it first fell.
HUMPHREY a JUDD
Farm Loans Insurance Real Estate
We make it Easy with Our Liberal Farm Loans.
Chamberlain's Tablets cor-
rect disorders of the liver
strengthen the digestion and
cause a gentle movement of
the bowels. They only cost a
The Oklahoma Mil! S Ebvator Go.
Es in Hi: market for
A Square Deal to Ml
Wm. ORR Manager
Butter Lard Pickles Cheese
CasK Paid for Hides and Furs
FRESH OYSTERS AND VEGETABLES
EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY
FOIt SALE A goor Hereford
bull priced to sell. O. I. Wider-
brand 7 miles south and 3 west of
NO FISHING This Is to Notify
that fishing on my promises will not
bo permitted. J. II. Noble Six
Mllo. ' tf.
L. S. MUNSELL ' .. D.
Calls answered promply
by automobile to all parts of
Come to me for Glasses
State of Oklahoma Beaver County
The State of Oklahoma to C. II. Wado and
Wade hla wife whoae first name U to plaintiff
unknown; L. u. Wade and Wade hla wife
whose first name li to the plaintiff unknown; H
L. Wado and Wade hU wife whole flrit
name Is toplalntlff unknown; Elizabeth Chapman
and Chapman her huiband. whose first
name Is to plaintiff unknown and O J. Wade and
Wade hla wife whose first name Is to the
You and each of you are hereby notified that
the plaintiff In the above entitled cause has filed
In said action his application praylna for an order
reviving aald action airalnst you and each of you
aa the heirs at law of E. It. Wade deceased and
you and each of you are hereby notified that said
application will be presented to the court for
consideration upon June 12th 1922. at the hour of
10 a. m. or aa soon thereafter as the same can be
reached by thecourt. and you and each of you
are further notified to appear at said time and
plaes and show cause if any why the action
should not be revived against you and each of
you as prayed for In said application.
Seal Court Clerk.
Dy JESSIE MAE FICKEL.
II. A. Catkin. HI 6-25 3t
AltnrneVH for I'ltilntlffn
Adjust With Speed Please.
Movlo Director (to InRciitio) "Don't
look so stupid please Miss. You arcn'l
supposed to be In love any more."
Munich Fllegendc lHntter.
DICKSON & DICKSON
Thos. 1' Iiruldwood. Thos. C Ilraldwood
BRAIDWOOD ii SON
Prompt Accurate and Reliable
Do & General Abstract Business
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money to loan on fnrmH
lowest rates rjuiuk money and
I represent tho Niuvton State Bank
& Trust Co. Newton Illinois.
Write or call on me if you want a
First door North of Court House
If we say your battery is
going to be ready for you
at ten a. m. Saturday you
can depend on having it
then; or of getting a phone
call from us in advance ex-
plaining why it won't be
And it doesn't make a bit of
difference whether it happens to
be a Willard Battery or some
otfwr make; you jjet the same
consideration the same courtesy
the same skilled workmanship.
Bring your battery to Battery
Headquarters! You may be sure
we won't try to sell you a bat-
tery if repair or your present one
is going to save you money.
Beaver Batt. 6 Elec. Co.
H. N. CROSSLEY Mgr.
THE HOME OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE
Herd of Select Cows
Corlclyou 2d 561773
. Beau Ohlborg 743556
Gay Lad 791395
Choice Stock for Sale
Eyerdale Stock Farm
Chas. Eycr Proprietor
R. F. D. Riverside Oklahoma
Get Our Prices
Home. Lumber 6 Supply Company
... B. A. JONES Mgr.
Geo. 7. Baily Auto Livery
Meets tho Train Night and Morning.
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