The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 22, 1923 Page: 5 of 8
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IVOTICB nV PUBLICATION
Stats of Oklahoma County of Bear
In th Diitrict Court In and for Said Coun'.-
First SUIe tltnk a corporation of Fonin Ok
C W. McKean and Latr M. McKran husband
and wife Defendant.
Notice br PuUIcation; Mortgage Foreclosure
Said defendant! C. Yf. McKean and Lair M.
JlcKcan will take notice that said plalnliil First
fitate Ilank of Forgan Oklahoma did on tlicBth
day of February M23 Ilia Ita petition In the Dii-
trict Court In and fir Dearer County State of
Oklahoma against the said defendant and that
the said C W McKean and Lacy M. McKean hie
wife mult answer laid petition herein on. or be-
fore the 21it day of March 1923 or Mid potltlon
will bo taken as true and a judgment rendered In
aid action against aaid defendant C W McKran
and Lacy M McKcsn for the sum of $645.00 upon
a certain prorainory note executed by said C. W
McKean and Lacy M. McKean to First State
Hank of Forgan Oklahoma on the 23rd day of
January 1922 with Interest thereon at the rate
of ten per cent per annum from the said 83rd day
of January 1923; and for the sum of $49.47 for
taxes paid by this plaintiff on mortgaged prem-
ises hereinafter mentioned and set out with in-
terest thereon at tho rate of 10 per cent per an-
num from February 8th 1923; and for the costs
of tlili action Including mn attorney's fee of J65.W;
and a further judgment rendered In said action
against said defendants for the foreclosure of a
certain mortgago securinc said promissory nota
and of even data therewith upon tho following
described real estata lying and situated In the
County of Ilcavcr State of Oklahoma to-wit:
Lou Nineteen (19) Twenty (20) Twenty-one (21)
Twenty-two 122) Twenty-three (23) and Twenty-four
(24) In Mock Sixty-one in the original
town of Forgan Oklahoma;
and adjudging that default haa been mado In said
mortgage that plalntilf hate aflrstlicn on said
premises to the amount of which judgment will
be. taken as aforesaid and ordering aald premises
to be sold without appraisement and the proceeds'
applied to the payment of the amount duo the
plaintiff and the costs of suit and forever bar-
ring and foreclosing saldief indents from all right
ttltle estate. Interest property and equity of re-
demption In or to said premises or any part there-
of and f urthi r Judgment for the appointment of
a Itecelver for tho property above described.
Witness my hond and seal of said court afllxed
at my office in Beaver. Heaver County Oklaho-
ma this 8th day of February 1923.
seal ANNA HUGHES.
Loofbourrow & Loofbourrow
2-8 2-22 3t
Attya. for Vlalntlff.
NOTICE FOR. PUDL1CAIION
Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office
attiuthrle. Oklahoma. January 12 1923.
Notice Is hereby given that Thurman J. Cul-
lins. of Lorena. Oklahoma who on February 14
1920. made Homestead Entry No. 1 12120 for V.2
aW4ofSoc.2.NE4NW4and NVV4 NE4 of Sec-
tJon 11 Township 4 North of Range 21 East of
the Cimarron Meridian
Uaa Sled notice of intention to make Final Three
Years Proof to establish claim to the land above
described before Thomas I. Draldwood. a U.S.
Commissioner at Beaver Oklahoma on the 23rd
day of February 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses:
MaxMcCue. Joe Hall. J. It. Cullins. Charlie
'Cullins all of Lorena Oklahoma.
J. B. CAMPBELL
l-U 2-22 6t "' Register
Sealed bids will lie received by the County
'Clerk of of Beaver County. Oklahoma until 12
o'clodk March 6th. 1923 for certain culverts and
rood work In ssld County as herein set forth:
For twenty 4x4x24 concrete box culverts on
.Sections 25-2S-4-J-11 .
For repair of two culverts In Section 18. For
repair of one culrert In Section 20. . For one 100
feet slab In Section 21.
For repair of a 24 foot steel bridge In Section 11.
For 10000 cubic yards of excavation and em
bankment and borrow on Sections 24251843
41 and 31.
All bids to be accompanied by certified check
for S per cent of hid. '
Board reserves the right to reject any or all
Approved plans on file In office of County Clerk
or may be seen In office of County Engineer. State
Highway Specifications to govern all work
ELZA FRAZEE. County Clerk.
County Engineer. 2-22 It
W OTIC IS TO CIIKDITOIIS TO 1MIK-
State of Oklahoma County of Beav-
In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Levi W. Hall
To the creditors of Levi W. Hall deceased.
All persons having claims against Levi W.
Hall deceased are required to present the same
with the necessary vouchers to the undersigned
Administrator at tho offiCe 'of John A. apohn
Beaver Oklahoma within four months of the
date hereof or the same will be forever barred.
Dated February 22. 1923.-
W. D. HALL. Administrator.
John A. Spolm
Attorney for Estate
2-22 8-1 2t
FOR SALE -1500 Bunhel of Barley-
00c per bushel 4 miles west of La-
12-22 tf B A McFARLAND.
Col. J. A. SANDERS
Twenty Years in Live Stock
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
Make Date at this o'fflce
MONE.Y TO LOAN
Plenty of money to loan on forms
lowest rates quick money and
I represent tho Newton State Dank
A Trust Co. Newton Illinois.
Write or call on me If you want a
First door North of Court House
KOTICB on- sali: OF I.AMU i SUPPLEMENTAL
Notice la hereby given that In pur-
suance of an Order of Salo Ismied our;
a tno District court or ucaver coun
ty Stale of Oklahoma on the 7lh
day of February. 1923 In a certain
civil action pending; wherein Hcnfrew
Investment Company a corporation
wua plulntirf and Jnmea I lloutli
i:vu A. llouth. Tho llalko State Honk
of Dalko. Oklahoma a cornoratton.
Charles It Plbbltls and 11. U. loe were
defendants directed to me the under-
Bigncu snentr oi weaver uouniy UK-
lanoma. commAiidlnir mo to lew uti-
on and Bill without appraisement the
following tlcBcrlbed real estate and
preinlbcs Ivlnn nnd helnir In Denver
County Stuto of Oklahoma lcj-v.lt;
n oi section sixteen lib J in town-
ehlp two (2) North rnnKO twenty-two
isi) i;nsi or tne uimarron Aieridian.
except four (4) acres square In tin
southeast cornor uf tho suulhennt
quarter reserved for school purposes.
And n tract of land beitlunlni; at a
point 6G3 feet west and 183 feet
south of the corner Mono at the north-
east cornor of section twenty-ono. In
townsmp two .-onn range twenty-
two. Cast of tho Cimarron Meridian
thenco west 150 feet thenco south 150
feet thenco .caJt 160 feet nnd thenco
north 160 feet to placo of beginning;
And all of that part of the north-
east quarter of section twenty-one.
in townsmp two jvortli. ranco twenty-
vv i:.iat of tho Cimarron Meridian
particularly described ns follows: lie-
Rlmilng at a point 929 feet west of
tno nortnensi corner or section twen-
ty-ono 121) in township two (2)
North range twenty-two (22) Hast
of tho Cimarron Meridian and run
ning thonce south CC1 feet thenco
west uat nnu -i7 feet tnence norm
561 feet and ilicnce nst 034 nad 9-17
feet to tho nlnca of bctrlniiliiir. and
containing in nil (650) acres be the
same inoro or less to eatisry a
Judgment and decrco of foreclosure
In favor of said plantlff and ngalnst
said defendants obtained and made
on tho 2ffth day of June 1922. for tho
sum or ;28o2 97. principal dent and
1300.00 attorneys fco and tho costs
of Bald action taxed In tho sum of
jib uu anu ror an accruing costs and
together with Interest on 11300.00 of said princi-
pal debt at the rato of 10 per cent per annum
from June 26 1922. and on 1770.00 of said amount
at 10 per cent from November 1 1922. until
paid and on (770.00 of said amount at 10 per
cent from November 1 1923 until paid and on
$12.97 of said amount to draw interest at G per
cent from June 26. 1922 until paid and subject
to a mortgage of Eleven Thousand Dollars ($11.-
000.00) in favor of Win. L Sharp & Company of
Chicago Illinois and wherein said defendant. It.
R. Lee recovered Judgment of and from his co-
defendants James L. Routh and Eva A. Itouth
on his Cross Petition and Answer the sum of
($12.00 together with interest thereon from the
16th day of May 1922 at the rate of 6 per cent.
per annum and the further sum of (375 as his
costs expended therein I will on Tuesday the
13th day of March 1923 at the hoar of twoo'clock
p. m. of said day at the front door of the court
house In the town of Ilcavcr Braver County
State of Oklahoma offer for sale and sell to the
highat bidder for cash the said property above
described subject to mortRaite of tll.OOO.OO In
favor of Wm. L- Sharp & Company of Chicago
Illinois or so much thereof as will satisfy said
Judirment. Interest attorney's fees and costs.
Witness my band this 7thdayof February. 1923
II. B. BltlDOBWATnil
Sheriff of Ucaver County Okla.
2-8 3-8 St
State of Oklahoma Boaver Coun-
I To the Honorable County Excise Beard of ssld
County and State.
I In pursuance of the provisions of Section 8
Chapter 226 Laws of 1917 application Is hereby
made for supplemental appropriations as follows
out of the County Highway Construction Fund
with which to maintain rood and bridges account
1X-V-1. Also thit Supplemental appropriation's
as follows out of the General Fund of County for
tho Maintenance of tho Poor Widows and Orph-
ans Light Fuel and Water Grading Section 81-42-43.
In support hereof we do hereby certify.
First. That the approprlatian heretofore made.
Is Inadequate to construct and maintain the above
named Maintaining of Soads and Bridges and
Msintenanceof Poor Widows and Orphans Fuel
Light snd Water. I
That the public welfsre snd needs of ssld
county for the maintenance of said roads re-
quire additional appropriation of 16.6000.00 and
Maintenance of Poor Fuel Light and Water J
Etc requires additional spprnpnation of 12600.00. '
Second. Appropriation IX-W-6 In the sum of
Appropriation IX-W-10 In the sum of 13000.00.
vii.q-e. ' ii.ooooo
I V-q-3 800.00
V1II-V-9 : 76.00
IV-J-6 '76 00
I Total $2600 00
Wo have purchased 12200 pair
0. S. Army Munaon last shoes sizes
6 to 12 which was tho entire
stock of one of tho largos U. S.
government shoo contractors.
This shoo is guaranteed ono hun
dred per cent solid leather oolor
uarK tan bellows tonguo dirt 'and
water proof. The actual value of
this shoo Is $0.00 Owing ito thlB
tremendous uuy we tan offer Bamo
to the public at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay postman
on delivery or send monoy order
tf shoes aro not as represented we
will cheerfully refund your money
promptly upon request.
National Bay State Shoo Company
2-S tf 29C Broadway N. Y. N. Y.
Sewing Machine for salo. Will
sow anything and priced to sell.
Only 16.00. Mrs. Annlo L. Jones
The Milliner Beaver. 11-30-21
Thos. P. Ilruldwood. Thos.C. Braid wood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
Prompt. Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
T. A. Willard's
in The Saturday '
He explains just what
battery insulation is and
why he developed a new
kind of insulation.
It's worth reading
whether you intend to
buy a battery or not.
Boaver Batt. 0 Elect to.
II. N. CROSSLEY MBr.
(THREADED RUBBER. INSULATION)
and W Batteries
(WOOD SEPARATORS I
In all I9.100.0i) the same remaining In the above
named appropriation and no warrants be!nar out-
standing against eitherof the above appropria
tions at the closoof the month of January 1928.
That the amount of $910000 Is available In the
above named appropriations
Tho addltlon-il appropriation as listed In ssld
Statement purpose and amount In Kxhlbit "A"
hereto attached and made a part hereef.
Thst .the financial statement hereto attached
and marked Exhibit 'B' shows as of the close of
the month neat proceeding the njina hereof the
truo and correct Ansnclal condition of the Funds
and that the Surplus revenue of 112.031.89 as
shown In exhibit Is available for and uut of which
to make the additional appropriations herein re-
quested. Wherefore request is hereby made' thst -an
order be entered appropriating the aforesaid
smountof U.lOO.OOto the additional and supple-
mental appropriation as set forth in said exhibit
We further certify that the aggregste amount
of said propoeed additional and supplemental ap
propriation is not In vxctss of the Income and rev
cnue provided snd accumulated for the current
In Witness Whereof we hereunto setour hands
and allix the sesl of ssld County at Beaver Okla:
homa this 7th daj of February. 1923.
F. II. DRUM Chairman
A. G. DANIEL Mem)-r..
BF.ULA1I HALL. County Clerk.
List and StaUmentot the purposes and amount
of the proposed additional and supplemental ap-
propriations doomed necessary to meet the legal
and ordinary current expensesof U-aver County
for the remainder of the fiscal year ending June
Vl-P.account 4. Maintenance of Toor $1200.00
Vl'l'-acceunlo. l4mpenssuon rriuows
snd Orphans . .800.00
VH-q-aceouat 3 Light Fuel A Water CV0.00
IX-W-18. Grading Section 31-12-43 218.47
IX-V-account 1 Maintaining and Repairs
Roads and Bridges 6(00.00
General Fund Amt. Amt. to
Account Appt'ed Bal. Transfer
V1I-Q-6 StSOO.OO $2114.01 $1000.00
V.Q-3 3000.00 2283.33 800.00
VIII-V-S tOO-00 500.00 $60.00
VIII-V-9 75.00 75.00 76.00
IV-J-3 250.00 229.55 169.00
IV-J-5 100.00 100 00 76.00
IV-N-1 160.00 150.90 100 00
VQ-7 100.00 100.00 50.00
We aro still having beautiful
Some of the neighbors are set-
ting their hen.
Mr. Lancaster of Lavorne
was In our midst last week look-
ing after business interests.
Drs. Gorvis Hiltlorbrand and
wife and Vera Pollott from Per-
ryton Texas visited G. I. Ml-
derbrand and family Sunday and
Gerald who has been on the sick
list for the past few weeks re-
furned with them for a week's
Mrs. A. 0. Duley was on the
sick list last week.
The baby firl atEph Venabies'
is doing nicely now and is gain-
Some relatives of Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Nichols are here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Darr were
shopping in Beaver Friday
Thn rnmmlllnn InvnaHfrntlnrr ttin
advisability of establishing a stata
vuinoni piani. at a cost to tno state
or $1500000 Is vigorously pushing
lift irnrlf Taaan f! Vanon nrnlrttinn
- . . WWWHW Wf SIUUVU VIIAIttllUlt
or tho committee has been gutting
niuriauuon irom virtually an states
having a heavy road building pro-
gram. Ho expects to got this bill
out nf thn .mmmlltiid tlila wnnt
Porhaps tho most active body at tho
tujmm is ueing directed at tins
"CTICB IY PUBLIOATIU.N
8tae ( Oklahoma County of tlcav-
lu th District Court.
"Case No 3071.
Samuel C Hough. rialntllT.
Elmer Scott Jones George II Simons and tho
unknown heirs both Immediate snd remote of
Elmer Scott Jones deceased and his unknown
administrators executors devisees trustees and
The State of Oklahoma to the unknown heirs.
both immedlste and remote of Elmer Scott
Jones decessed and his unknown administra.
tors executors devisees trustees and assigns
The unknown heirs both Immediate and re
mote of Elmer Scott Jones doceatcd and the
unknown administrators executors devisees
trustees snd assigns of said deceased party will
take nollco that they have been sued in the Dis
trict Couit of Beaver County Oklahoma In the
above numbered and entitled action wherein said
rdalntltT soeks to obtain Judgment against said de.
fendsntsln the sum of J5JO.O0 together with 0
per cent Interest on said amount from December
1. 1922 until paid and tho further sum of $6700
together with Intercston ssld amount from De-
cember 1 1920 until psld. and the.furlher sum
of $67.00 together with Interest thereon at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum from December 1
1921 until paid and for the further sum of $67.00
together with Interest thereon at the rate of 10
per cent per annum from December 1 11U2. until
paid snd for the further sum of $3.76 together
with Interest on ssld amount at the rate of 10
per cent from December 2d 192A until paid and
for an attorney's fee of $100.00 and for all costs
of said action and for Judgment foreclosing his
mortgage lien on
The South Half of the Northwest Quarter of
Section Nino W. In Township One (1)
Norths Range Twenty (20) East of tho Cim-
arron Meridian In Beaver County Oklahoma
Now Therefore you and eaili of yuu are hire-
by notified that unites you answer or otherwise
plead to the Petition of aald plalntilT filed In said
court on or before the 6th day of April 19l suid
petition w ill be taken as true and confessed and
Judgment will bi rendered in rem as against you
the within named dvfindants In accordance with
the prayer of theAnunded Petition filed by the
plalntilT .herein In ssld cause.
Dated this 21st day of February. 1)23.
Wltneas my hand and aval of said court this
21st dsy of February. 1923.
(seal) ANNA HUGHES
Court Clerk of Beaver
S U Galbreath. County Oklahoma.
Attorney for I'lalntlir. 2-22 3-8 3t
Mrs. Bishop passed away last
Thursday night at the Liberal
hospital. A severe attack ol
pneumonia was the cause of hor
death. The family were all
present with tho exception of
ono daughter. Little did we think
as we said good by o a few days
before on leaving her home
where we had mot for cottage
prayer meeting that It was good-
The veil which separates the
physical from tho spiritual realm
is of very fragil texture; yet the
human eye is notablo to pierce
the fabric. Wo cannot see just
how far it is to the "House not
buildcd by hands;" it may be
just over the next raise in tho
road. The Christ must have
had this in mind when he said;
"Watch therefore or ye know
not what hour your Lord doth
Sunday School will bo hold at
Lone Star 3chool house next
Sunday at the usual hour. We
had a good time at the Enter-
prise school house during the
time of the revival. We carry
with us pleasant memorios of
the Christian fellowship extend
ed to us in tho meeting and the
splendid hospitality met with in
the homes of the folk of Enter-
Mr. Cassady Ray's brother.
and his wlfo were visiting with
hor parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
iiillops last week.
Baptismal services were con
ducted in the Methodist cnurch
at Liberal last Sunday after
noon. There seven candidates
for this service from Lone Star
and Enterprise communiHrs.
Those from Independence were
prevented from being present
on account of sickness.
Wo still think it will rain. We
have lived out in this country
for Borne time and have never
known It to fuilaftera long dry
Bro. Williamson and family
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
U W. Konj; while holding tho
meeting at Enterprise.
The splendid spirit of co-operation
between the folk of Jnde
pendence Lone Star and Enter
prise communities during tho
revival is certainly commend-
able. When you meet up with your
neighbor these days and you
want to know what ails him in-
stead of saying "How do you
do" just say" How is your llu.".
Tho answer will bo. "I'm about
the same" or "I'm feeling might!
Tho now biby that arrived at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Eph
Vonablols very weak.
Mr. ai;d Mrs. Jack Darr and
daughter Lorena spent Thurs-
day at Eph Venabies.'
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Hllder-
brand'nf Coon Crook visited G.
I. Hilderbrands' Saturday even-
ing. Len and Emma Schaggs nnd
Ross and Blossom Vonablo and
Jack Darr attended literary at
Elm wood Prldty night.
Mr. Schaggs and Len and Bill
called at G. I. Ullderbranda
A. C. Duley was in Beaver
The now building Mr. Spang
lor is erecting on his farm ap-
pears to be a house instead of a
barn as wo said before.
Tho tilt between Hoprcsentatlva
Dlsnoy and Representative Rossltur
over tho Xcnohon Jones case Is onto
ot tho blttorost In leglalntlvo his-
tory. Dlsnox fouRlit ror flvo min-
utes to got froo or his guards wheq
captured whllo crossing tho tloor
Dlsnoy was Insisting on somo ex-
planation ot tho reason ror per-
mitting tho rich negro to lcavo tho
ponltentlary ror thrco days. llossl-
tor lu his roply Imputed bad motlven
THE HOME OF
Butter Lard Pickles Cheese
. Cash Paid for Hides and Furs
FRESH OYSTERS AND VEGETABLES
EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY
W.G. STR ANATH AN. Prop.
Farm Loans Insurance Real Esfatc
Wc make it Easy with Our Liberal Farm Loans.
Get Our Prices
Home Lumber 6 Supply Company
B. A. JONES Mgr.
THE HOME OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE
Herd of Select Cows
Corlelyou 2d 561773
Beau Ohlberg 743556
Gay Lad 791395
Cholco Stock for Salo
EyerdaKe Stock Farm
Chas. Eycr Proprietor
R F D. Riverside Oklahoma
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