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We arc coine to GIVE AWAY one of these
beautiful ciuine "ROGERS" French Verdigris
Satin Finished Rose Design S-'vcr Teaspoons,
with every piece of
CELEBRATED "1892"
PURE SPUN
Aluminum Ware
BOUGHT AT OUR STORE
You know what ''Rogers" means on n piece of sil
verware. Vfa want you to know what "1802
means on n cooking utensil the purest, most sani
tary, and hngtit-liviJ cooking vessels ever mode.
Every piece Is positively
GUARANTEED FOR IS YEARS
DON'T DELAY then will bo a big demand for
these articles and wo want you to obtain one or
tnoro of them before our stock gives out.
Fresh, Clean Stock of
GROCERIES
Just opened up. We are better pre
pared than ever to serve you. Come in
and ses us and inspect our goods and pric
es. Don't fail to look over the
5 and 10 Cent Counters
J. O. MILES.
For.Clcrk District Court.
Having received tho nomination J
at the Republican primaries for
the office of Clerk of the District
Court I will appreciate your sup
port at tho General Election, No
vember ath, 11)12.
G. T. Aykus,
Floi-is, Okla.
GEO. H. HBAliY
Republican Nominee for
County
Judge
Benvcr County, Oklahoma
A votn catt for lilm will ho cam for
a capable nml ttmlitU'd man ; mi nttor-
in-y ( utiniH'ntloiu'd alillltv mid u (air
mil impartial Judge.
During his part of n term served a
County .Indue. Gun. II. llcnly lias
brought tliu con uly judge's olllu' from
n atato of cIihos to u wt'lUrcgulatt-il
nnd perfectly conducted oMU'c. Tim
record of the ollicu arc tlio tiut uvl
doncu of Mr. Ilonly's ablllt).
Tlio ollleo of county Jndgo Is mm of
tliu moot Important on tlio entire
ticket. Onl; it man who posi'SH's a
knowlnlKo of law and experience in
practice slioulil hit ('onst(ori'(l. Mr.
llt'iil; Inn been an attorney for year
an I hi anility S; uiMiiiiHtinneil, Vote
for lilm Tlio IntoreMl of the ieop)e
will be best served liy liN election.
Select Capable Men.
No other nfllco in the gift of tho pen
pit ii morn Important than that of
County CommlKnlnner, .Much of the
financial 11 Halm of tho enmity are io
their hands It I Important then that
only capable, hone' men be celeeted.
Who chii question riujitly the linm
ty, ability and falrnfM) of CuinmUsIn
tier A. A lluxKoll, prevent member of
tint Hoard from tliU dixtriet and nomi
neu for ru-elentloii? M-. Il.n-U'll tit h
worthy citlxen, a Christian man and
an (illlcial who hat done hln whole duty,
fairly and Fqunruly, lie has made a
(,'ood ulllcer and his two-year' exper
ience and careful study and invcstlua
lion of tlio needs of the county, make,
him l'e logical man for Commissioner
of tliu Second District another term.
He-cleet hint and you will make no
inintakti.
Likewise, J, I,. Duursou. of Dombuy,
nominee for Commissioner of the Third
District nod It. Ilagan of Logan tioini
neo for Commlsslonor of tliu First Dis
trict. Both a ro uxiuriunced business
men of ability nnd sound Judgment
and they would handle most acceptab
ly the alfairs of tliu county as a Hoard
of County Com.iilssioners. They aro
competent, honest and capable, men
of wide experience anil who have nt
talncd siiccee on account of knowing
what to do and when to do it.
Elect Haskell, Ducrson nnd Ilagan,
tliu republican nominees, fur your next
Hoard of County Commissioner and
yoiliay feel that alilc, honest men
have been selected,
Three week from next Tuetday
November 8th, thu voters cast their
ballot for thu candidate of their chnieu.
Voters, cast your ballot for those who
will make canable. illlci..iit nnd l.m .
est ollieiald. Keep In inlnil tlie niiini s
of the republican nominees Thev nn
Moute" SIT " ,
"Efficiency and Economy.
K. I. Flckel, republican nominee for
county treasurer, has for his campaign
slogan, "hlllclency and Economy."
This Is not only his campaign motto
but will Iih his rule of practice In con-
dueling tho alTalrs of the county treas
nror'n ollleo should thu voters make
ilin their choice nnd a better choice
could not be made. Wo like, the ring
of that "htlleitincy nnd Economy" nnd
in triulllct is it more needed than in
tho Important olllee of county treas
uriy. it means strict attention to
performing thu many duties of the
nlllci. promptness In answering corre
spondence, courteous treatment and
ability to do the work.
.Mr. FIckul Is a man of settled habits.
much ev,ert.,1Cf. elericnl and re
sponslblu positions and thu man who
can best serve the people as their coun
ty treasurer. A vote for hhii will be
well cnt.
Crucc Gets Deeds to Capitol
and Governor's Mansion.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 0 Gov
ernor Leo Crucu received today the
deeds to thu capltol building and
grodnUs and thu residence. Intended
for a governor's mansion, which were
recently deeded to the Statu for inch
purposos by the people of Guthrie
Thu capitol building was formerly used
for that purpose, and with tho campus
surrounding it, Is easily worth a half
million dollars. Thu residence Is one
of thu handsomest In thu State, and Is
valued at twenty thousand dollars
Governor Crucu also received from the
committee a freu lease on thu Logan
county Court House at Guthrlo for
eapital purpose, and a guarantee to
pay all expenses of moving tho capital
back. Iu the committee from Guthrie
ent .Mayor J. B Nissley, Chairman
rtl Oburholser of thu County Comrnts
loners, Ned Holman, President of the
Gitthrli) National Dank and of the
Gnllirio Chamber of Commerce. Col
Leslie O. Niblack, editor of the Guth
rlo Dally Leader, nnd I)r John W
Duke.
Alay Change the Route.
Chief Engineer Colby of tho pro
posed road from Alva west to Pes
.Moines was In Guymon Friday and
Saturday, and, accompanied by D V,
Norton. Harry Clark, Frank Collins
and K. It. Qulnn. made an auto trip to
10 or 12 miles west of town along the
Heaver valley looting up a routo in
and out of the valley for the proposed
ro tl. Mr. Colby found conditions sat
isfactory west of hero and said ho
would have no trouble in Butting Into
this point from tho east. Tho Alva
road was or'glnally planned for the
north Hats, but tho building of the
vtlclilla lulls A Northwestern along
tho Cimarron and Heaver divido and
the extension of the Santn Fu south
west from Dodge City caused Mr. Col
by and aisoclatoi to o mtJintlat
tho changing ur their routu from the
north Hats fo thu soutli side of tlio
river nnd later on a turvey will be
made and instead of going to the north
flats at thu mouth or Sharps creek, tho
routu from that point will be extended
up the Heavur valley by way of Grand
Valley and will striko thu Heaver and
Cold water divido near the old Hardesty
lownsltu Ftom this noint tho surver
will Iih mi, li ...,., ,.. ii,.i.,. ri,. ,i..,.,
" "" -G' ..
Air. Voter.
' HEAVER, Oklahoma.
I wish to enumerate a few things
that I believe In and shall work for,
and I believe that every plllccr hnd
voter In tho county should do the
same.
I believe in lower taxes, economy In
expenditure, nnd that each officer
should give a dollar's worth of service
for each dollar of the people's money
received.
I believe In common honesty, and it
teems to me that 'common honesty
means more than to simply refrain
, from stealing the people's money out
I right. Common honesty means for
each officer to bo just as attentive to
his business, and work just as hard for
the Interest of the County, as dneu the
cashier for the bank, or the clerk be
hind the counter for his employer.
Tho public ottlcu is a public trust, and
not a private snap.
Tho Government I not to uiBkn men
richer, but better; nnd the officer that
iloes not labor with this end In view is
not doing his whole duty.
If these, ideas meet with your ap
proval, and you wish to hare a County
Clerk that will work to carry them
out, vote for yours truly,
0-25 10-17 iw GEO. II. WRIGHT.
SOI-IOOL JN OTES.
Report of Beaver school' fdr
month ending October 4.
Total enrollment to date 130
No, dropped from roll o
Total days attendance 2270
Total days absence 31
Total days on Holt 2301
Average dally attendance 123
Percent of attendance 97
Cases of tardiness ' 8
Cases of truancy 0
Pupils neither absent or tardv 87
. No. of dnys taught 18
No. of official visits 6
Other visitors 21
New pupils enrolled during the past
week arc Hazel Neff.Mva and Ava
Norris, Gladys Ilullck, Katie Hibbs.
Visitors enrolled tho past week are
Ellis KIght, John B t-wnlm, Chas.
'luguley.
We desire to call attention to the
fact that there has been only 8 cases of
tardiness during the last month and
otily 21 cases of absence. This Is nn
excellent record and wu desire to ex
press our appreciation to the parents
and pupils. A large diploma will bo
presented to each pupil who attend
threo months without loss of time from
absence or tardiness.
Tho school is planning on giving a
play entitled "The Masonic King," 0c
tnber 24th, during the Teachers' Asso
ciation, The first number of our lecture
course will be given in tho H. S. audi
torium, October nth. Tho number is
thn "Wood Orchestra Trio."
Tho Honor Koll wlil appear in next
week's notes.
An athletic association wai organ
ized tho past week. The officers elect
ed are, Hay Hayden, Pres. ; Harvcl
Padgen, Sec; Luwls Moore, Treas. and
M. 0. Green, Financial Manager. Ar
rangements will be made In thu near
futuru for some basket ball games and
other athletic sports.
Dr. Long's first lecture, Oclobor3d,
was excellent, and was thoroughly en
Joyed by all present. Tho Dr. told us
n numbor of good things emphasising
the need of more, outdoor physical ex
ercises in order to develope strong
bodies, capable of battling against di
sease germs, As a result of this lectur
plans hava been made which will result
In onn open air gymnasium equip
ment for each school building.
Parents, did you visit any of tho
rooms tho past month? Again let us
give you an earnest Invitation to visit
US. CORRKSI-ONIIKNT.
Pe-ru-na and Ka-tar-no
I have received
a letter from a
young; lady, who
asks me: "Is
the old Te-ru-na
(Ka-tar-no) bet
ter than the re
vised Pe-ru-nar'
Dither medi
cine has Its
place. One la
adapted for one
condition, anoth
er for another.
Ka-tar-no la a
better remedy
for some condi
tions than ' the
revised Fe-ru-na.
On the
9. B. Ilutmsn, M.D.
other hand, the
revised Te-ru-na
Is a better remedy for soma conditions
than Ka-tar-no. They are both In
tended as catarrh remedies. They have
both done a, ureal work In relieving
catarrh, chronic and acute. Many
hundreds of cases of chronic catarrh
have recovered while taking Ka,-tar-no
nnd the same Is true of the revised Pe-ru-na
during the last alx years since
Its relston.
There Is a difference, however, In
the two remedies. Whenever catarrh
la associated with constipation then
the revised Pe-ru-na. Is the best. In
deed, this Is exactly why the revision
was made, to meet such cases. But
where no laxative is needed, where the
bowels are regular or inclined to be
loose, then the old Pe-ru-na (Ka-tar-no)
Is the better remecJy.
The revised Pe-ni-na Is for sale at
all drug stores. Those wishing to ob
tain Ka-tar-no, address The Ua-tai-no
Co., Columbus, Ohio,
rSLamtlMLr"if M
Lost A man'i vaddlo which was put
In a wagon by mistake at ' tho Fair
grounds, September 20th. Reasonable
reward for return to
At Hogue's barn. Henry Williams.
10 10 tf Heaver, Okla.
Lost A heavy reddish gray overcoat,
small patch on front, between Mason
farm and Forgan. Suitable rcwarc fur
return to Herald office or
R. K. Be.ntlt,
10-10 10-17 Sophia, Okla.
Winter Barley Seed.
Anyone wanting good winter barley
need, tee me at once.
J. 0. Bradley,
10-10 If Heaver, Okla.
For Sale.
One team of big work horses. In
quire at Hoguo's barn.
L. E. Wbioht,
10-10 10-31 4w Heaver, Okla.
Man With Teams, Wanted.
I want some one with teams and rigs
to take charge of tho Beaver-Meade
Star Mail route. Good proposition to
responsible man.
J. R. Qtn.vK, Contractor,
10-10 tf Beaver, Okla.
For Sale.
Wo have In the vicinity of Beaver
City a new piano and a new player
piano which we will sell at a bar
gain for cash or n sond short time note,
rather than to re-ship then. Address,
ScttUMAM Piano Company,
10-10 1-0 3mo Hutchinson, Kans.
Notice.
Notice I hereby given, thn. bids will
be received by the County Clerk for
-10 tons of coal to bo delivered in the
basement of thn Court House. Each
bidder to designate thn kind nf coal
and the price .hat lie will dollver said
coal. All bids to be In the Clerks
otllco by November 1, 1012. Commis
sioners reserving tho right to reject
any and nil bids.
Geo. II. Wrioiit.
10 10 10 17 . County Clerk.
A Farm at Your Own Price.
A client Of ours owns the NEJf Sec.
tlon 21. Township 4, N. of R. 23, E. C.
M , being 2ij miles west of Beaver
City and is compelled to dispose of It
to protect other interests. Ho has de
cided tn sell it to the highest bidder
on the following term : Buyer assump
a $000.00 mortgage now on the place
which may run to June, 1016, the bal
ance of the purchase price cash. Go
and seu the place, then mall us a bid
or deliver it to, our office in person
with the notation on envolope, "Bid
for Farm," and your namo and ad
dress All bids will be opened at our
office at 1 :00 o'clock p, m., November
1, 1012. This is a good pieco of land
with 00 acres in cultivation. Go and
see it or come to our ollicu and we will
take you out.
Laivsos A Wbioht,
1010 10-17 Beaver, Okla.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been ablo to cure in nil its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is tho only positive euro now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional dlseaip, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Curu Is taken Internally, actlngdlrectly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system, thoreby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
tho patient strength by building up the
constitution and asiisting nature In do
ing Its work. The proprietors havo so
much faith in its curativn powers that
they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case that It falls (o oure. Send for list
of testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold! by nil Druggists, 76o.
Take Hall's i-'amily Pills for consti
pation. Notlco For Publication.
Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office,
Woodward, Oklahoma, Sept. 20, 1912.
Notice Is hereby el ven that William M. Keller,
ot Elmnocd, Okla., who, on Ms; IS, 1909, made
HomfMcaA Entr-in.J2S-0IS,sO. for the NWU
8K,SWXNEVi.8E'NWK. NKiSWi, Sec.
tlon J. TownsMp I, North of Hinge Jl, E. C. M.
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final
Fire Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land abore described before TliOmat P. rtraid
wood, U. 8. CommlsAloner, at his office at Bearer
Oklahoma, on the 12th darot Norember. 1912.
Claimant names aiwltneMoat Oiltert Jacobs.
Cbarlet I.. Smith, George ltoblmon, L.O.
Smith, all of Elmnood, Oklahoma.
10-10 11-7 6w Olo..0Msa.Real,ter.
Pig Tails. .
Composed by C. Paul, a char-
acteristiquo and extremely clever
march and two stop. This is a
very interestlnp; composition for
the piano. Easy and very pretty.
Inspiring and irrcsistable. If
you are a piano player a copy of
this march will afford you a great
deal of pleasure It is gdlton-'up
tl, , "'
wiiii iv vury aiiitwiive mio pago, itng,2i,E.c;,M,
The recular nrico of thit mnrrh "H,!?.1 n'r' of intention to make Final
ine regular price 01 mis march Three'W rrcvf.w establish claim u. the land
iS 50C. a Copy. Our readers Can abore described, before Thomas P. Braldwood,
nrOCUre a COPy by sendintr 15c lU.'.8.' """"'"'oaer, at his office In Hearer,
unimvuu uj Dt-uuuib 1JC. Oklahoma, on the llth day of November. 1912,
in postage Stamps tO the Globe1 Claimant names as witnesses. J. W. Fields,
Music Co., 1103 Broadway. New f .Atkin. l j LyPch.f torena.oki... j
9 sjT I "" 1. fltafTrtnl f.f TUrl. fit-
York. I
MONEY io LOAN on FARMS
'Ellis, Beaver, and Harper Counties
MONEY READY WHEN PAPERS ARE
SIGNED
Write A. L. SCHWENDENER,
Office West Side Main St. Shattucfc, Okla.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, T. 8. Land Office
at Woodward. Oklahoma. Sept 13, 11112.
Noticed bereb; ulren tht Wllejr Tiffin, of
Tiffin, Oklahoma, wbo, on Aufitid 18, 1903, made
Homestead Entrr No. 33912-013:9!, (or 8H SEU.
EXSWti, Section 4, Town.hlp I. .North of
Itamte Z K. O. M.
nasaied notice of intention to make Final
FlrelYear Pioof. to etnblib claim to the
land abore described, betnm Thomas P. Braid
wood, U, 8. CommLsloncr, at bis office In Bea
rer, Oklahoma, nn tne lsih dar nf Nor., 1912.
Claimant name ait witne-eesi John Tiffin,
Hubert lllbbs. S.S.Skiner, Fred SLIner, ell of
Tlffln. Oklahoma.
10-10 11-7 Geo. D. Oiistn, Register.
Order for Hearing Petition to Sell
Real Estate
State of Oklahoma
1-
COU.XTV COURT.
Bearer County.
In the matter of the Estate of Elijah R. La
teral: Now, on this Mth day of September. 1912, C.
C. Orores liarlng filed herein bis rftltlon for
the sain of the real estate described in said pe
tltion, for reasons In said petition stated,
ItliOrdercd.Thatsaid petition be and hereby
is setfor hearing on toe 2Cth day of October.
A. I). 1912, at 2 o'clock p.m., at which ;tlme all
persons interxstad In said estate aro required to
appear and show rause, If any they hare, why
an order 8'ioold not be granted for the sate of
so much of tbe real estate of said Elijah R.
Lltteralas is necessary for tbe reasons in said
Itl tlon stated.
It Is Further Ordered. That a copy of this
order be published for four succestlre weeks In
the Bearer Herald, of Bearer, Oklahoma.
(seal) Qeo. II. Healt,
Attesti County Judge.
C.C.DiGsaw,
Clerk of County Court. 9-26 10-17
Notice For Publication,
Department ot tbe Interior. United States
Land office at Woodward, Okla.. Sept. 27, 1912,
Notice Is hereby siren that Will B. Price, of
Elmwood, Oklahoma, wbo. on Mar 22, 100,
made Homestead Entry .No, 3296-0133ua, for the
riEH NEX, NEVi SEX. of Section 32, SWM
NW, SWJ 8W of Section 33, Township 3,
North ot Range 21, E.C. M.
Has (lied notice ot Intention to make Final
Fire Year Proof, to establish claim to tbe land
abote desenbod, before Thomas P. Braldwood,
U. 8. Commissioner, at his office In Bearer, Ok.
Inhoma, on the lllh day ot November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Albert Anthony,
Oxoree Brown, Lutfier Pratt, L. E, Chamber
lain, all ot Elmwood, Oklahoma.
10-10 11-11 (jku. D.Oekm. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at
Wo.klward, Oklahoma. Sopt.2.1 , 1912.
Notice U hereby glren tbnt Claudy M. Chris
man, of Ikaior, Oklahoma, -ho, on December
12. 1907, made- Homestead Entry No. SW77-016JS2,
for tbe Lots 3-i Sc South Halt of tbe North West
Quarter of Section 3. Township 3, North of
Range 21, E.C. M.
Has filed notice ot Intention to make final Three
Year Proor, to eatablUh clulin to tbe land
abore descrlbal, before Thomas P. Braldwood,
U, S. Commissioner, at bis office in Bearer, Ok
lahoma, on the 13th day of November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: LanrenceL.
Hall. W. E. Hall. W. L. Hibbs, Wtsley Wilson,
all of Hearer, Oklahoma
10-10 11-7 Sw Oeo. D.Ok.nkh, Register.
Notice for Publication
Department ot Interior, U, 8. Land Office at
Woodward, Oklahoma, Sept 23, 1912.
Notice Is hereby glren that Rodney P. Clrugh,
ot Florls, Oklahoma, who, on March 6th, 1909,
made Homestead Entry No. asGSS-Ol&itJ, for
SEX, Section 7, Township 3, North of Range 23,
E. C. M.
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final
Tbtee Year Proof, to establish claim to the
land abore described, before O. F. Pruett, Clerk
ot the District Court In his office at Bearer, Ok
taboma, on tha Kthday of November, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Alfred Hubbell,
Join Underwood, Simon Aaron, Richard
Clough, all ot Floris Okla.
lo-lO II H Oco. D. Osneb. Register.
Notjcu For Publication.
Department of the Interior, United States
land Office at Woodward, Okla., Sjpt. 20, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given that Cleveland II.
Brown, ot Bearer, Oklahoma, who, on April 22,
lfc. made Homestead Entry No. 3s93t-0170Sl,
for the North East Quarter or -Section 3, Town
ship 3. North of Range 23, E. C. M.
Has filod notice ot intention to make Final
Three Year Proof, toestabllsh claim tothe land
above described, before Thomas P. Braldwood,
U, 8. Commissioner, at his office In Bearer, Ok.
lahoma, on the lllh day of November. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: A, 8. llronn,
William Campbell, Pert Skinner, William
Schlcppy, all of Bearer, Oklahoma.
10-10 11.7 3w Geo. D. Oknib. Register.
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, U, S. Land Office
at Woodward, Okla., Sept. 20, 1912.
Notice Is hereby glren that Harvey C. R se,
ot Moca'le. Oklahoma, who, on March , 1907,
made Homiutend Entry No. JGIS5-01W, for North
East Quuterof Section 29, Townships, North
of Range 2S, E.C. M.
Has fll-i notice of; Intention to make Final
Fire Year Proof, to establish claim to tbe
land aboro described, before Thomas P. llreld.
wood, U.S. Cummlsttoner, at his office in Bea
rer. Okla . on tbe 12th day of November, l'Jli.
Claimant names as witnesses: John Ilaworth,
Ralph JUworth, of Mocane, Okla., R. A. Maple,
Everett Etans.of Hearer, Okla.
10-10 11-7 Sw Oeo. D. Qbxee, Register,
Notlco For Publication.
Department of the Interior, United 8tates
Land Office at Woodward. Okla., Sept. 2J, 1917.
Notice is hereby given that George L. Nich
olas, ot Floris. Oklahoma, who, on October 22,
ID07, made Homestead Entry No. 373.12-01752. ad-
7$ ,J-!'- Fz "" " fuJh p"
Qa.rjer ot. St-ction St, Township 5, North of
10-10 1I.T Sw OlO-D.OaiiltH.rtMl.ler.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. 3. Land Office
at Woodwa-d, Oklahoma, Aug. 21, 1912.
Noilci is hereby ghen that Aura S. Foster, rf
Bearer, Oklahoma, w ho, on March 30, 1911, made
Homestead Entry No. (J2I&M. for South East
Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section 9.
Townships, North of Range 24, E.C. M.
Has CM notice of Intention, to make Final
Commutation Proof, to establish claim to tho
land abore described before Thomas P. Braid
wood, U, S, Commlsslencr, at bis office In Hea
rer, Oklahoma, on the llth day nf October. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses) Lawrence Hall,
Delra Carter, A. M. Biirnam, Mac Wilmouth, all
of IleuVcr, Oklahoma,
9-5 10-10 Geo. D. Ouner, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Department ot tho Interior, U.S. Land office
at Woodward. Oklalioino, Aug. 13, 1912.
Notice Is hereby given tbat Henry L. Munden,
of Munden, Oklahoma, who, on December II,
1908. made Homestead Entry No. 46311, for
SEl8WX. Section 1, Township 3. North of
KangeZI.E.C.M. '
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final
Three Year Proof to establls claim to land above
decrlbed before Thorns P. Braldwood, U. 8.
Commissioner, at his office In I'-flver, Oklaho.
ma, on the 1Mb day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as wltncsscsi: Charley Fran
cis of Bearer, Okla., II. W. Munden. Munden,
Okla., William McAdams, F. W. McAdams, ot
Bearer.Oklahoma.
0:I2 10-17 Geo. B. Ormer, Register.
Notice for Publication,
Department ot the Interior, V. S. Land Office
at Woodward, Oklahoma, Aug. 26. 1912.
Notice Ls hereby given that John II. Mcbevltt,
of Riverside, Oklahoma, who, on Sept. II, 1107,
rnkrte Homestead Entry No. 37297-015771, for
NE4of NWX of Section 30 Township 3, North
of Range 23. E.C. M.
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final
Three Yar rroof, to est ibllib claim to the land
above des rlbed, before O. F. Pniett. Clerk of
the District Court In his office at Beaver, Okla
homa, on the ICtli day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: William A.
Loislag, Roy E. Losslng. ot 'Riverside, OU.i.
John Tiffin, William Wilson, ot Tiffin, Okla.
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Notice For Publication.
Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land office
at Woodward, Oklahoma, Aug. 31, 1912.
Notice ls herebv given that Will an D. Camp
bell, of Lorcna, Oklahoma, who, ou February 10
lOUS.mado Homestead' Entry No. 3S317 0.C7II,
for Lots 1 a.-d2and the South Half of the North
East Quarter of Section 6, Township 4, North of
Range 21, E. CM.
Has filed notice of Intention to make final
three vear Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Thomas P. Braldwood,
IT. 8. Commissioner, at bis office In Beaver, Ok
lahoma, on tha 22nd day of October. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: George Treat,
A. Hurcn.Tom White, John W. Rcnnlck, all nf
Lorena, Oklahoma.
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Order for Hearing Petition to Sell
Real Estate
State ot Oklahoma )
I IN COUNTY COURT.
Bearer County. J
In the matter of the Estate of Nancy Grosh,
deceased: N'ow, on the 2d day of August, 1912. J. H,
Campbell having filed hetein his tltlon for
the sale of the real estate described in said pe
1 1 Uon, for reasons in said petition stated.
It Is ordered, That said potltion ba and here
by is set for hearing on the ZStli day of October,
A. D. 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at which time alt
Persons Interested in said estate are required
to appear and show cause, if any they have,
why an order sbonlifnot be granted for the sale
of so much of the real oitoto of said Nancy
Grosh as Is necessary for the r.-as ns In said
petition stated.
It Is Further Ordered, That a copy of ths
order be published for four successive weeks in
tho Beaver Herald of Beaver, Oklahoma.
1'eat.J QEO. II. nEALY,
Attest! County Judge
C. C, IlEtlRAW,
Clerk of County Court. v-IH 10-17
Notlco for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office
at Woodward, Oklahoma, Sept, 191912.
Notice Is hereby given that Lucy H, Bryson,
of Balko, Oklahoma, who, on November 22, 1907,
made'nomejtead Entry No. 37930016282. for the
North East Quarter ot Section 17, Towpshlp 3,
North of Range 22, E, C. M.
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final
Fire Year rroof to establish claim to the
land abore described before Thomas P. Braid,
wood, U.S. Commissioner, at bis office In Bea.
rer, Oklahoma, on tho 4th day of Nor., 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: A, M, Ires, Lee
Baker, John Tunder, W.O.Blalock, all of Hal
ko, Oklahoma,
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Notlco For Publication.
Department of the Interior, Uolted States
Land Offico at Woodward, Okla., Sept. 15, 1912,
Notlco is hereby given that Ralph A, Cawl
fleld, of Lorena, Oklahoma, who, on December
20, 1906, made llomestead Entry No. S3O1.8-01MI,
for the East Halt of the North East Quatter and
North Half ot tbe South East Quarter of Sec
tion 31, Townshl,i 5, North of Range 21, E. C. M.
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final Kti
Year Proof, to establish claim tothe land
above described, before Thomas J Braldwood.
U. 8. Commissioner, at his office at Bearer,
Oklahoma, on the 6th day of Norember, 1912,
Claimant names as witnessesiSainuel Prough,
Thomas White, Robert L Melton, Abnor L
Borcb, all of Lorena, Oklahoma. R, F. D, No, 2.
10-3 1M1 Sw Geo. D.Obnee, Register
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office
at Woodward, Oklahoma, Aug. 23, 1912,
Notice Is hereby given tbat Charles E. Cooke,
of Miles, Kansas, wbo, on June 16, 1906, made
Homestead Entry No. 3JW-013561, for Lots t
and 2 of Section 4, Townships, N, Range Z F.
and South naif of tbe South East Quarter of
Section S3, Township 6, N, bf Range 25, E. C. M.
Has filed notice of intention to make final five'
year Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before Thomas P. Braldwood, U, 6,
Commissioner, at his otfice tit Beaver, Okla,, on
the 22nd day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Harvey Rote, of
Mocane, Okla., Delbert Hobbs, of Miles, Kan
sas, Clarence E. Cooke, ot Knov.les, Okla., Beth
B. Cooke, ot Miles, Kansas,
9-19 10-17 SW Geo. D. Oaa. Register.

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