Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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OFFICIAL TOTE OF
J. W. McNeal, R. 1204
Lee Cruce, D. 963
McNeal, Majority 241
DickT. Morgan, R. 1120
Elmer L. Fulton, D. 1008
Morgan, Majority 112
State Senator f *
J. II Langston, R. '11^.7
Frank L. Casteel, D (.H)9
Langston, Majority 10£
1 mile north and 1 mile east of
BiLKO, OKLAHOMA, ON
8. B. Laune, R. 1028
R. H. Loofbourrow, D. 1118
T>oofbourrow, Majority 85
A. W. Tooley, R. 111?
Dr. N. L. Cornwell, D. 1021
Tooley, Majority M
Sale to Commence at 10 o'clock-
R. E. Dickson, D.
Geo. H. Healy, R.
Cou nty Attorney
Claude T. Smith, D. 1007
John A. Jpohn, R. 1223
Spobn, Majority 210
D. P. Miller, D. 917
H. D. Peckham, R. 1362
Peckham, Majority *45
County Treasurer i
John Jims, D. 1281
4 Elmer E. Harlan, li. 965
Rejjtetor of Deeds
J. Ti. Rummers, D 1031
Aarry M. Bulick, R 119J
Bulick, Majority 102
One Horse 9 year old, weight 1050 pounds
One Horse 12 year old, weieht 1150 pounds
One Mare il yfar old, weight 1250 pounds
One Mare 1C year old, weight 1200 pounds
One Mare 12 year old, weight 1250 pounds
One Mare 4 year old, weight 1150 pounds
One Mare 5 year old, weight 1100 pounds
Two yearling Colts
One Qolt 4 months old
One Cow and Calf
One 3k inch Wagon
One Gang Disc Flow
One Diso Harrow
One 2 Section Harrow
One Grind Stone
Two Sets Work Harness
One Set Driving Harness
Hay and Grain
Many other articles too numerous
Auaa S. Foster, D 1035
Geo. H. Wright, R. 1187
. Wright, Majority 152
Clerk of District Court
Oliver F. Pruett, D. ll'l
J. I. Bunyard, R. 1069
, Pruett, Majority 102
G. W. Meeks, D. 1013
John E. Swaim, R. 1279
f Swaim, Majority 266
W. G. Fields,-!). 1057
Oscar Gardner, R. 1153
- Gardner, Majority 96
Commissioner 1st Dlst.
F. P. Betts, D. 289
A. H. Fox, R. 426
Fox, Majority 137
On sums over $10.00 Ten months time will be given, Purchaser
' giving bankable note bearing 10 per cent interest from date
of sale. Sums of $10.00 and under cash. 10 per cent discount
for cash on sums over $10.00
B. T. HOFF.
W. G. FIELDS, Clerk.
T. O. PITTMAN, Auctioneer
The Next Congress,
Democrats elected -26
Republicans elected 163
Socialists elected 1
Doul.tful district *1
Total ... 391
Majority of hous6 ••■••••• 197
Democratic maj. in house.... 30
Commissioner 2nd Dlst.
T. B. ShiDingburg, D. 371
A. A. Haskell, R. 407
Haskell, Majority 83
Commissioner 3rd Dlst.
\Y. S. Vandeburgh, D. 412
W. G. Young, R. 37
Vandeburgh, Majority *1
County Treasurer, Sims is on
the sick list this week.
Mrs. Jene Judd who is sick
with tyf>hoid fever, is reported
as being some better at this time
Joseph Hartley is back in Bea
ver shaking hands with old
Mf. and Mrs. Maddox of Mis-
souri arc hero on a visit to the
latters parents Mr. ani Mrs P
B. Moore. _____
Make your application for
Final Proof before Oliver F.
Pruett. The Clerk elect for the
District Court of Beaver county
Mrs. D. P. Miller was visiting
last week with her daughter,
Cleo, who is attending school at
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the creditors tff D. N. Caleneps,
The creditors of the above named de-
cedent are hereby notified that the
undersigned wan; lay the County Court
of Beaver County. Oklahoma, appoint-
ed Executor of the estate of said dece-
dent, and that all persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent are
required to exhibit them to said under-
signed Steven Neketas with the neces
sary vouchers, at Beaver, Oklahoma,
Box No. 91 within 4 months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, to-wit: from the 2Q day of Oct-
Dated October 15th, 1910.
10 20 11 10 Executor
First District—McGuire, Re-
Second District—Morgan, Re-
Third District - Davenport,
Fourth District—Carter, Dem-
Fifth District—teni?, Demo-
A Democratic gain of one.
Make your application for
Final Proof before Oliver F.
Pruett The Clerk elect for the
District Court of Beaver county.
Prof. \V. S. Herring of Gate
was a county seat visitor last
A. H. Humiston of Esther and
son B A. Humiston of Sands
City were businets visitors in
Judge Loofbourrow returned
Saturday from Guymon.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
State of Oklahoma, Beaver County,
In the District Court of SaidCotinty.
ClatjDe T. Smith, Plaintiff.
Theodore Freeman, Defendant.
Said , Defendant Thedore Freeman
will take notion that he has l oen sued
in the above named Court by Claude T
Smith, and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on or be-
fore the 2nd day of January, 1911, or
said petition will be taken as true, and
a judgment for said plaintiff in said
action fur the turn of |96.64, and a rea-
sonable attorneys fee and costs of said
suit and in the attachment therein
granted will be rendered accordingly.
[Attest] W. T. Quinn,
| 11-17 12-1 1 rk of Said Court
Having just purchased the livery barn
and stock known as the Shelton or Madi-
son stand at Beaver, Okla., we desire to
call your attention to this fact. That we
will he prepared to do an up-to-date busi-
ness, the best of treatment for yourself
and stock. The best of grain, hay and
stable guaranteed at all times. Give us a
trial and be convinced.
D. P. MILLER & SON.
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Beaver County Democrat. (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1910, newspaper, November 17, 1910; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349327/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.