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me Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOU AS, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY.
JCiUrtittnepo.tofflrst Hotter. Oklahoma.
oo4 dm mtU m.it.r.
Advertising rates made known upon
application, Prices reasonable.
Subscription Price. J 1.00 n Year
K. II. Loofbourrow.
John A. tipohn.
Ueo. II. Wright.
Geo. II. Heal;.
John E. Swaitn.
Clerk of Did. Court O. K. Pruett.
Clerk of Co. Court Miss Mae Maple.
Sheriff II. I). IVckliam.
Reg. of Deeds II. M. Ilullck.
Surveyor Oscnr Gardner.
Com. lit Dili. A. II. Fox, Ivanhoe.
Com. 2d Dlit. A. A. Haskell, Elmwood.
Com. 3d Dlst. V. S. Vandeburg, Couoh.
Kiowa Flash Light.
Floyd Moore hat been appointed at
road overaeer to take the place of Jeff
Yates, as Yatet wat unable tu do the
Red Martin hat been helping to de
liver a lot of nursery ttock that wat
sent to thlc neck of the woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Red .Martin, Mr. and
Mrt.BenJett and Ora Warble were
Sunday eallert aj the Ripple home.
Grandma Scott hat been on tho tick
litt for the past two weckt.
Valentine Bros, have built a large
commodious barn so they will have a
good place to take care of their stock.
Col. Bob Card, of Shadeland, Texas,
Is going to make the run In our neigh
hood with hi gatolino kafllr threshing
outllt tl'ia week.
Mr. and Mrs. McUuIre and Mr. Mc
Gulre'a fathor were Sunday visitors at
tho Win. Hoffitrd homo near Plat Top.
Mr. McQuIre Sr. motored here from
Medicine Lodge, Katisnt, a distance of
00 miles, In ten hour and they made
several stops on the way. Mr Me
(lulre Is hero looking to buy land and
he hae several propositions open.
Bill Sangers has traded his farm for
nn automobile and, say, the way that
Bill travels now Is not slow.
Little Jlmmle Stewart left Monday
morning for Kansas City, Mo., tu be
gone all winter But we will bet a
coon skin that Jlmmle will miss the
fun at home hunting rabbits and he
will long to be home again.
Grandpa Bond, of Logan, was calling
on Art Howe Monday, evening.
Nnn.li Qellar moved his stock and
household gun's onto the A. II, Fox
farm north of Ivanhne.
Cleo. Whitaker threihi'd V bushels
of alfalfa for Mr. Tweedy Monday.
There will bo big changes in farm
land In Beaver county before January
1st, There are so many that aro sell
ing mid trading and It Is all on account,
of the broomeorn market. So mnny
are disgusted with bruomenrn that
they are going to get out of the brush
Public salts are very numerous this
The Infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. D.
11. Jett Is lylngquite sick this week.
Little two-year-old Roy McGuire is
finite sick at this time and the symp
toms are that of scarlet fever.
The sale at Norris Smith's place on
the 20ih was largely attended and
everything brought a reasonable price.
Floyd Moore Is doing some much
needed road work in his district.
Ora Warble and Frank Ripple went
to Layerne Wednesday alter a load of
I). T. Billiard, who hat been out de
livering nursery stock, came to Ivan
ho Wednesday a very sick man and
the chances aro he will be laid up for
a few days.
"Kaffir threshing, alfalfa hulling and
public sales keeps one quite buty now
nays and we also have to keep a weath
er eye on the road bot, too,
Mr. MoGee, of eastern Oklahoma,
was visiting at Mr. Lamas' -place for
the past week, ' i
Such lovely fall weather, even If It
doet continue to be dry.
N. W. Earl traded land in Texat for
the 0. L. Petty hardware ttock at Mad
ison aid has moved the same to Ivan
hoe and sold the (took for cash to the
Montgomery Hardware Co.
- zwrfi in i
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man (lagged a train and tared it
from a wreck, but II T. Alttou. Ral
eigh. Jf . C, once provented a wreck
wl'.h Electric Bitten. "I was In a ter
rible plight when I began to uic them,"
he write, "my stomach, head, back
and kidneys were all badly affected
and my liver wai In bad condition, but
four bottles of Electric Bitter made
raw feel like a new man," A trial will
convince you of their matchless merit
for any atomach, liver or kidney troub
le. Price 60 cent! at I'red C Taaey's.
The sale is over and Jerry Holdiman
and wife are loon to take up their
abode at Waterloo, Iowa. The sale
was very well attended and for all
the ''horse disease scare" is not entire
ly eradicated from our midst. A very
good price was paid and in considera
tion of the fact the notes were to he
sold and the buyer would requiro three
times as much security as the face of
the note that a loan necessitated low
er bids, foi many could not and others
would not give the required security.
Mr. Holdiman and wife got to Gate
to take the train Wednesday, Nov. 20
We hope them all the blessing belong.
Ing to the people of God. Mrs. II. was
the most regular attendant of any lad)
member of our Sunday School, prayer
meeting or church. Surely she and
he shall be missed.
Two men were made happy and sorry
too, Monday the 18th, when A. Stan
ton and T. How washed out their evap
orator and inolMcs making wai at an
end ; sorry they did not have twice as
much. Much unnecessary delay was
caused by not having syrup palls in
which to put the , syrup. Their last
making was sure extra line, tu say all
who have tried them.
Our pastor preached a splendid tier
nion Nov, 17. Subject "Sin."
Butter Is surely a scarce article.
Some have offered 30c. Eggs, none.
T. How tried to run a hennery with
two roosters failed. T. II, Lane is
now trying with a turkey gobbler.
Quit" a difference In the loads of
molasses leaving J. A. How's place for
Beaver; 60 gallons last fall and five
gallons this fall, but no fault of thi
syrup as the manufacturers guarantee
it, The mill is now the property of A
Stanton and T. L, How. The plant is
and will remain ou Mr. ll's. farm one
half mile east of Clear Lake. Anyone
wishing to plant cane fur syrup can
get seed free of T. L, How.
Nearly all our farmers are In a back
breaking business picking up katur.
R. G. Duulop was called to the sick
bed of his aunt in Illinois the llth.
Mr. Hcnson, an old soldier of the
civil war under Gun. Logan, Is build
ing a beautiful residence, a home iu
which to spend his declining years
Mr, II. has been among us for nearly
eight years nnd.we have found him to
be a splendid father, husbanu and
neighbor, honest and industrious, He
and his well deserve the best.
John Glrton Is caring for the Roy
Hopper place. The family is In Shat
tuck fur part If not all of the winter.
A Great Building Falls
when its foundation Is undermined,
a.id If tho foundation of health good
digestion is attacked, quick collape
follows. On tho first signs of Indiges
tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should
be taken to tone the stomach and reg
ulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas
ant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at
Fred O. Tracy's.
District No. 93.
Well, election is over. Wo have
heard all the good qualities discussed,
and now suppnso we'll hear all the
bad ones cussed.
Charley Buxton innde a business trip
to Tyrone last Friday,
Robert Drake has moved to Dombey.
Jesse Hale and wife are taking care
of a brnnd new daughter which ar
rived the 7th.
The singing nt Mr. Newell's last
Sundiiy night was well attended,
Rome Jennings made a trip to Ty
rone last Monday and brought out a
load of coal.
Geo Stroud is heading maize for
Gen Houseman butchered a hog lat
Friday, and we are going to havo fresh
pork for breakfast.
Mrs. Jennings and Emma Whltmer
visited the school at Appleton last
Geo, and II. T. Whltmer rnch took a
load of broomeorn to Liberal Thurs
Nov. 23. We are having the loveliest
kind of weather. It seoms too nice to
last, Wu only wish It would rain, then
we wouldnU core If it staved this wav
This neighborhood has hnd quite a
hog killing time, Messrt. Jackson, Jen
nings and Buxton all havo butchered
this week. Mr. Houseman butchered
Mr. Jackson and Georae Wliltmnr
sold their broomeorn last week.
School is doing fine, both lonelier'
and pupilo dolag their duty, Mr. Ku-1
low is a fine teacher She and the pu
pils are getting up a good program for
Wednesday night. i
The singing people of this and Ap
pleton neighborhoods met last Sunday
at Mr Jackson's and had a jolly time
sieging and visiting. '
We want to thank the editor for the '
splendid cut, in last week's paper, of
the Denver High School building. I
have never had tho pleasure of visiting
our county seat. It is so far and the
roads are so sandy ; but I'm going to
try to get there next Fair time. I am
proud of old Beaver county.
Mr. Wllhoit took a load of turkeys
to Tyrone Friday.
There will be a pie supper nt the
school houtu Wednesday night, Nov.
ember 20th. Ranokk.
Only a Fire Hero
but the crowd cheered, as, with burned
hands, he held up a small round box.
"Fellows !"ht shouted, "this Bucklen's
Arnlcn Salve I hold, has everything
heat for burns." Right ! also for boils,
ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts,
sprains, braises. Surest pile euro. It
subdues inflamation, kills pain. Only
25 uenls at Fred C. Tracy's.
Beaver County School Report.
Below we give a copy of the School
Report as filed by State Inspector, E
F Profiltt, In the State Superititend
dnl's ulllce at Oklahoma City :
Buildings and grounds fair. Grounds
Sanitation very good. Superintend
ent doing his best.
Libraries. Many schools have none.
Compulsory law reasonably enforoed.
Ojtirse of Study very well followed
Superintendent urging it.
School Officers Association: Not
Teachers Association doing good
Reading Circle work very good.
Agriculture Clubs: About thirty
Clubs. Doing good work.
Spelling Contest: Good interest.
Numoer of Third Grade Certificates:
About 40 percent of the teachers.
Consolidation:' Considerable sent!
tnent for it.
Superintendent's office ably kept.
Superintendent's visits well begun
General Rem wtKs.
Conditions very encouraging. In the
face nt many hindrances not present
in other places, this County is keeping
pace with the educational grngress in
the Statu. There is a rich field for
work iu encouraging the procuring of
libraries and better equipment, reviv
ing the School Officers' Association,
elimination of third grade teachers,
and fostering the sentiment for con
solidation. 'There could he no better medtcioc
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My ohildren were all sick with whoop
ing cough. One of them was in bed,
had a hiith fever nnd was coughing up
blood, Our doctor gave them Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and thu first
Jose rased them, and three bottles
i: tired them," says Mrs. R. A. Donald
son, nf Lexington, Miss. For sale by
America's Greatest Building.
Rivalry among contractors causes a
great structure to be built in some
American city. Almost before the
completion of thu building designed to
be the biggest on the continent, de
mands for more business spneo spur
others to erect great piles of concrete
and steel, and the record Is again
Just where tho building of sky scra
pers will stop, none can tell. A few
years ago, Chicago claimed thu honor
of thu biggest building. Then New
York obtained the coveted honor. To
day, St. I.ojIs proudly steps Into the
limelight with plans for the greatest
business structure iu the world,
Now about two-thirds completed,
the narr hloak of St, I.nuU is, except
ing the Hudson Terminal building In
New York, the only ofllce building In
th world that occupies an entire city
hiook of rectangular dimensions. The
block Is 3Slx22S feet.
The building will have twenty-one i
main stories and two stories in the I
penthouse abnvo the main structure. I
It in estimated that the building con
tains about thirty-three acres of tloor
space. In the center Is an open eourt,
Into which a ten-tory sky scraper of
arerngo size could be contained with
out touching tho walls.
There will be 4,1 12 windows opening
on the streets and in tho court above
the second floor.
One hundred and ten steel and con
crete caissons sunk 70 feet to bedrock
to support the superstructure, which
weighs 278,-iu0,000 pounds.
There aro to be thirty-eight eleva
tor', the length of the highest shaft
b.'ingSOo feet 0 inches.
The total length of tho 10,000 tons of
structural stool beams used In the
skeleton framework Is l!o miles.
A force of IrOO employes, Including
elr.hty charwomen, will be required to
keep the building In order.
If the entire floor space wore di
vided as ottice buildings usually are,
mere would be about 2.000 rooms.
housing a daytime population of about
12,000 persons. Oklahoraan.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
Foreclosure of Attachment
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
suance of an Order of Sale, issued out
of the District Court of Beaver Coun
ty, Oklahomii, on this 17th day of Oc
tober, 1012, In nn action wherein A S.
Dickson whs Plaintiff, and Allen E.
Lvon was Defendant, directed to me.
the undersigned, Sheriff of Beaver
County, commanding mu to levy upon,
appraise and sell the following describ
ed property :
The southeast quarter of Section No.
H. Township No. -I North, of Range
No. 20, E C. M.
To satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure nf xttachment in favor of
said Plaintiff, mid nguinst said Defend
ant, obtained and made in said Court
on the 14th day of August, 1011. for
the sum of 273 70, and costs, $52 D."i,
with interest thereon at the rate of 10
ner cent from the 14th dnv of AtiBiist,
. Iflll Anil nn.ti nnrtrnlnif f liuvi Im.I'(1
I upon tin nbnvo described lands nnd
J tenements belonging to Alien E Lynn,
and have duly caused said Innds and
tenements to bo appraised, nocoriung
to law, at $1.00000; now therefore,
notice is hereby given that, in pursu
ance tn Urn commands nf this writ, I
will offer for sale and sell to the high
est bidder, for cash, said Innds and
tenement! or so much as will satisfy
snfd judgment nnd eosts, on the Uth
dny of December, 1012, nt 2 o'clock p,
tn of snld dny . nt the front door of the
Court House In the City of Beaver, in
said County and Stnte.
Witness mv hand this 14th dny of
II. D. Peckimm, Sheriff.
By E. L. FicKEi..
11-11 12-12 fir Under Sheriff.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate Admin
istrator. In the llntter of the estate pf N'anejr Grosli :
Notlco Is hereby utt en In pimiiunce of nn
order of the County Court of the County of
Heavvr, State of Oklahoma, inaiie on the 26th
ilny of October. 1912. the umler.lcnetl Admin
Ltrator of the estate of Nnncy Orosh ill sell
at private sate to the hlcliett lild-ltr subject
to continuation hytnlii Court on Momlaj.
I he UrJ dny of December, A. D.. 1012. ntJ:00
o'clock p.m..nt Heaver. Benver county, Ok
lahoma.all the right, title and interest ut
dil Nancy Uro.h iu and to the follow Iiil'
described rnl e.tnte in Heaver county, Stnte
of Oklahomii. to-wtt : The South East Qunr
ter of the North West Qunrter nnJ the Entt
Half of the .North East Quarter nnd tho
South West Qunrter of the North Entt Quar
ter of Section !S. Tow nthlp 1. North of Ilnnice
tS. E CM. Said real estate will be sold ou
the following terms nnd condition!, to-wlt
For cash In hand to bo paid.
Uldi for tho purchase thereof mutt be In
writing and mutt be tiled in the county
court or delivered to the uiiilortlcned nt
Heaver. Heater count). Okluhomn, by pro
tentntlon to Walter C. Frnzer, Acent.
Duti'ti the 20th day of Notcmhcr, 1012
11-U 12-12 4w
Madam, Read McCalTs
The Fashion Authority
McCALL'S ! a lirie, arllttle. hand,
om.ly illustrated lOO.p.f. monthly
M.g.sin. that ii adding to the h.ppi
n.u and .fflcl.ncy of I.IOO.UOO
wom.n each month.
Earn lune It nrlmrul of fashions, finer
work, InurnUlnic short sump, and icon's
of !abor-M In? and mon.y-uvliiK Idctt
fur mtoiu.ii There are more than bo of
Itin n.M.n dNimi of the celebrated
McCAI.L, 1'ATTL.HNB In each tuue.
StcCAI.t, PATTKHN8 am famoiu for
.trie, nt. .Impltrltr and economy. Only
10 and IS centi each.
Tha pulilbhera of JfcCALL'S will pcnd
thouumlj of dollar, eilra In thocomlni
nioiithi In order tt kup McUA LI8 head
and houldera above all oUier women's
niwaiine. at any prlco. However,
McCALI.'M Is only Wc a year; poilUtely
worth It ra.
Tel M $Urt Al. On. MfTtll Pitt.o, Fr
from your (1ml copy of McCALL'S. If you
TBE ftOU COIPAKT. Z3S Vm 37a St, Iter T.ri
NOTE-Aik l lm coot .1 McCA LL S wod.r.
lul nrw rrcnium ciuloyuc. smpl cocr tiki pi.
Ut. c.Uloguc 1m he. oo rrqunt.
The rule of tho road is well under
stood when vehicles are meeting
There is no trouble at such time. The
trouble occurs when the team or auto
coming up from behind wishes to pan
the team in front. It often hsppens
that the driver of the team will turn
to the left to make way for the other
team or automobile to go ahead by
passing on tho right. This is wrong
and the turning on tho left often
Careful automobile drivers have
learned by experience that they must
first toot their horns nnd then wait to
see which way the driver ahead is go
ing to turn out beforo deciding on
which side to pass. So often the team
in advance will be turned tho wrong
way, that if the usual law of the road
were depended on by the driver of tho
car he would collide with tho man In
front nnd it would not be tho fault of
the driver of the car.
Boiled down, tho rule of the road is,
always turn to the r I flit except when
passing a vehicle going in the tame
direction, in which case the one who
passes another goes to the left. It
might save n deal of trouble to keep
this simple rule under your hat. !
Native toyn patriotism
is the mother of home success.
Good things to sell, proper
publicity in this paper and
stick-toiliveness win buyers in
this vicinity buyers mean
money, money brings every
thing to your door, u s ::
lU?TIlM,UU,tJ W,N, U0
DeLUXE T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
The Sanitary Shop.
Shampoos Maths Laundry
Gents' Tailoring Suits all Styles and all Prices.
Cleaning, Pressing and Mending Dono Right.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Clyde Gregg, Prop.
Dress hats, Street hats and for ladies the Corduroy two-toned
hat, for the Misses tho Reversible hat, for the girls, Toques of Felt
with cord trimming, also bonnets for the little folks. Automobile
Scarfs in all shades the newest out for ladies, also fancy Silks and
Corduroy for Waists, Skirts and Dresses. Fancy Overlaco and
Trimming Buttons. The new Red Tie and Belt for tho Misses.
I have in my store most anything ii
the Dress line for Ladies. Misses and
Come in and be welcome.
Mrs. W. H.
Fresh, Clean Stock of
Just opened up. We are better pre
pared than ever to serve you. Come in
and se2 us and inspect our goods and pric
es. Don't fail to look over the
5 and 10 Cent Counters
J. O. MILES.
Scandrett & Fuest
nils it HaliM
ELLWOOD and ROYAL
Thos, P. Braldwood
BRAIDWOOD & SON
Bonded -au"be3tza,cters j
Prompt. Accurate and Reliable fa
Do a General
J. W WKDB, rre.ldant
The BANK OF BEAVER CITY
Capital $10,000 Surplus ?H,S00
Undivided Profits $3,497.64
Tuone Bank No. 1 ' Beslisnc No. 91
James Bare. P. C. Tracy, J, W. Webb,
Frank Laughrin, 8. A. Laughrln,
R, II. Loofbourrovr
Every Corjr&esy Extended
leoed Up ffi
Thos. C. Drnldwood Ja
E? 'iV "tfivagyW ErWp B?
JAMES BARE, Vice President