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The Beaver Herald ista
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOU AS, - - Publisher.
1'UHMSHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Kiterodatthe poitotlU-eat Bearer, Oklahoma,
it necond clan null ro.il.r.
Advertising rates mado known upon
application. Prion ri-asonablc.
Subscription Price. $1.00 n Year
John A. Spohn.
tleo. II. Wright.
Geo. II. Hcaly.
John E. Swalm.
U. F. Pructu
MIh Mac Maple.
Clerk of Ditt. Court
Clerk of Co. Court
Reg of Deeds
II. D. Peckham.
II M llulick.
A. II Fox, Iranhoe.
S. Vandeburg, Couch.
Com. 1st Dist.
Com. --M Dist. A
Com. 3d DUt. W
It Is back to the farm for Ira. Iru
Schwaycr was a farmer and quit It.
tried to run a hotel, did real well, ran
the pool hall, it did well, was the city
butcher for some time but has so'd the
hotel to Mr. Sells, his pool hall to Mr.
Eckles, our photographor, and Its
"baek to tho farm" hu is bound to go
He bought a splendid team or Arua
Hurler, so it any one contemplate
leaving the farm ask Ira before you go
Messrs J. S. Johnson and H. it. Mar
tin weru two. among a host who passed
hero going south with loads of coal,
rabbugu and potatoes Tlioy must be
looking for a panic or picnic,; perhaps
Mr. Stanly, who bought Jon Stlbbs
out, is selling out by degrees, going to
southern California. We were In hopes
ho would stay. His farm Is for rent.
Mr. Blont and wlfor formerly Mils
Ilva Burns, are visiting nt her sister's,
Mm, Ed Lane. Mr. 11. and wife are a
jolly young couple and wo hopo they
will live long and happy and their life
be one continuous honeymoon.
Arna Hurler and Arthur Lane aro to
quit Beaver county, oft on a jaunt,
most anywhere. Don't worry, they
will como back, most all tho rest do.
T. L. How Is nt present helping Mr.
Stanley harvest his crop and expect to
finish about December 1st.
It Is reported that Oarl Snoll l to
maka Wichita a visit soon. Carl Is one
of our boys who has made good In Ilea
Ed Lano Is n lucky chap. Ho bought
tho roof and all that pertain thereto
of Mr. Hurter. His farm adjoins Mr,
Hurler on the north. Neatly COO feet
of lumber In good condition.
It is reported that Chas Thompson
hat pulled In and quit seeding on ac
count of wire. Fence wire was used
on nno or more crops. Quite n few
who wern depending on him are dls
Lon Stanley ato his turkey dinner
with his sister near Speormore, Thurs
The partnni of the Minnola district
at their Thanksgiving dinner at the
H'thool house. Not many present but
lots to eat.
Famous Stage Beauties.
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Biiukleu's Arnica Salve. It gluritles
tint fnr-o. Ei-iema or Salt Rheum van
Uli "iff ire It. It cures sure lips, chap
ped hands, uhllblalns; heals bums,
cuts and bruises. Unequaled far piles
Only 25c at Fred C. TrHey's.
District No. 151.
We are still enjoying very
weather with a skift nf snnw
28 to remind us of a bountlous
The youngest on of Mrs. 0. I.ovenll
of Surprise died, Nov. 27th, of mem
braneous croup. Interment at the
Baptist cemetery the 28th. Gnnu but
not forgotten, our darling curly head
ed bojr. j V?
Mr. Brown has just taken the last of
his OS bales of bronmcorn
only realizing f 10.00 per ton,
Tho Young People's Society gave
another socltl at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Eyers. A jolly good time
was had by all The refreshments
consisted of peanuts, fruit-salad, cake
Will Losaing took a load of broom-
corn to Illcgln, Texn, for tlic Wocd
W taw four teamt In II. C. urny.
kaflir corn field the other day. He
certainly hat a mammoth crop, he
has ilx ftack. gathered at:d only lias
about tno'tlilrds of it up.
Dec. 2. Plenty of wind at the pres
We had quite a blaze Saturday when
Mr. Chandler undertook to burn a Rut
slati thistle and the thistle, llro and
all Rot nway, but fortunately there
was nobody's feed burned, only grass,
and by hard lighting got the fire stop
ped on the school section south of
Elmwood Guess Mr O. does not want
to burn any more thistles when the
wind blows. '
We had quite a little snow storm
Asa Kile I drilling a well for Mr.
WlHinms on the South Flats.
Miss Edna Cayler, teacher at the
Garrett school, spent the latter part of
the week with her folks at Beaver.
Mrs. Anna Kile and children spent
Thanksgiving with her mother. Mrs.
Perley Jonnson has been havlny
quite a lime fixing his well the last
Mrs. Parkhur.t and family left Fri
day for a visit to their old home near
Weatherford. where they expect to
spend the winter.
Boone Elexson and Mr. Kecver
made a trip to Forgan last Friday.
Perley Johnson had the. misfortune
to loose another horse Sunday night.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as the
cannot reach t'ie scat of the disease
Catarrh is a bbod or constitutional di
sease, and In order to cure it you musl
take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. .Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not n
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years and is n regular prcscrlp
lion. It Is composed of tint best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on tho inucuur
surfaces. Tho perfect combination of
the two ingredients Is what uroduces
such wonderful results In curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY fi CO., Props..
Sold by Druggists, prlco 75o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. District No. 24.
Tho weather Is line.
Several in this neighborhood
threshing their Until r corn.
Mrs. L E. Gilbert and sister, Miss
Susie Richards, visited near Caleyville
Saturday and Sunday.
Walter Calhoun of Ellis county, Is
here visiting his sister, Mrs. L. D.
Mr, Froy of Logan was In thii neigh
borhood the first of tho week.
Anglo and Ethel Wright and Ida
Summers visited Mrs. S. M. Brazil
Delvlo Carter took several loads of
his broomcorn to Forgan tho (lrst of
Mrs, Walter Wilson Is staying at A.
M, Burnam's at present.
We understand R. 0. Fain received
$00.00 per ton for some of his broom
Dolvle Cartor and wife visited near
Ualko one day last weok.
Foils a Foul Plot.
When a shameful plot exists between
liver and bowels to cause distress by
refusing to act, take Dr. King's Now
Life Pills, and end such abuse of V'lir
system.. They gently compel righl
action of stomach, llv'r and bowels,
and restore your health nnd all good
feelings. 20o at Pred C Tracy's.
Hello! Here wo are Jgain, after a
few weeks absence.
Wo are having nice weather and
everyono still busy hauling broomcorn.
Several are shipping their brush from
Mr. Ward sold a milch cow last week
for 73 00 No raon"y for a milch cow.
Mr. Sanders diea last Sunday morn,
ing at the hoitiu of his ton-ln-law,
John Ward and Miss Rena Qracey
took dinner with W. B. Barker's folks
Bill Well.' sister, Mrs. Garvin, Is
over spending a fow days in this neigh
The box supper at Home Creek was
a allure on .tho account of bad wualli
er Tuesday night. Wo understand it
will bo held In two weeks from last
Miss Elvu Barker visited Mm. J A.
Mrs. Stella Howe and others aro off
attending meeting at present.
Could Shout For Joy.
'I want to thank you from the hot
torn of my heart," wrote C. H Hader,
of l.cwlburg, Va.. "for tho won-
derful double bcndlt I got frOm KlfC- j
l.tn YI...h fH ...!.. ..... .f l.rtt I. i !
iiiu i.ivii'ir, mi uuriiiK iiiu tn uwtii
severe case of stomach trounle and
rheumatism, from which I had been
nn almost helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my case as ti.uugh
mado Just for me " Fordyspcpsla, In
digestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism, Klectrlc Bitters have no
equal. Try them. Every bottle Is guar
anteed to satisfy. . Only CO cents at
Fred 0 Tracy's.
Nov. 29. Thanksgiving Day, 1012, is
now a thins; of the past. Our people
have much in the way of gathered har
vests and good health for which to be
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harford spent tho
day with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Macy and
family while Mr. and Mrs. B.iumgnrt
ner, Mr. and Mrs. 0.0. Klepper and
II II. Martin and family nnd Mrs.
Thompson were guests o7 the Binn'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones ate
turkey with Mr. nod Mrs. Art Howe
and other friends on tho Kiowa.
Dr. Markley of Ivanhoe, was called
last Saturday to seo the elder Mrs.
Crosno of Surprise.
Mr. Spohn of Beaver wan calling on
friends in this neighborhood this week
Mr. Klepper and family aro going
awav for a year, llrst to visit their old
home in Missouil, then to Florida.
twin Alnuuus menus 'gave tliem a
pleasant surprise last Saturday night
There will hu a broomsorn meeting
at tho Klepper home Moudny night.
J S. Johnson Is suffering from a very
Prof. Weiser is conducting singing
nt Sand Creek so'iool home, we
Broomcorn buyers arc conspicuous
by their nbsence In these parts
Messrs Jim Harford and Roy Hopper
are hauling some brush to Shattuck
II 11. Martin recently received the
sad news that n litt.u child of his niece
near Eagleville, Mo., was so severely
burned that it died in a few hours.
A light snow fell last Tuesday night
covering the ground and remaining on,
some of It, for Thanksgiving Day.
Wu must get the musings in the mall
box or they will be ancient history be
fore they get into print and back to
Once a Wkk.
We wish to call your attention to the
f let that most Infectious diseases such
us whooping cough, diphtheria and
scarlet fever are contracted when the
child has a cold Chamberlain's
Cough Romedy will quickly cure
a cold nnd greatly lessen the
danger of contracting these diseases
This remedy I famous for Its cures of
colds. It contains no opium or other
narcotic and may bo given to a child
with Implicit confidence. Sjld by all
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
ustuto of John H. Burch, deceased, are
required to pres'tit tho same, with the
necessary vouchers, to tho undersigned
Administrator at Lorena, Okla,, within
four months of the datu hereof, or the
samo will be forever barred.
Dated November 14th, 1012.
11.14 12-5 4w Administrator.
Notice of Sherltl's Sale.
Foreclosuro of Attachment
Notice Is hereby given that, In pur
suance of an Order or Sale, Issued out
of the Dlstrlut Court of Beater Coun
ty, Uklahomn, on the 17th day of Oc
tober, 1012, in an action wherein A. S.
Dieksou whs Plaintiff, and Allen E,
Lyon was Defendant, directed to me,
the undersigned, Sheriff of Beaver
County, commanding mu to levy upon,
appraise and sell the follow Ing dfcrib
Tho southeast quarter of Section No.
14, Township No. 4 North, of Range
No. 20, E. O. M.
To satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure of ttachinent in favor of
said Plaintiff, aud against said Defend
ant, obtained and made in said Court
on tho 14th day of August, 1011, foi
the sum of $273.76, and costs, $.W 05,
with interest thereon at the rate of Id
per cent from the 14th dav of August.
1011. and costs ucartilng; I have levied
upon the above described lands and
tenements belonging to Allen E. Lyon,
and have duly caused said lands aud
tenements to bo appraied, according
to law, at $1 000 00; now, therefore,
notice is hereby given that, In pursu
ance to tho commands of this writ, 1
will offer for salo and soil to thu high
est bidder, for cash, said lands and
tenements, or so much as will satis'y
said Judgment nnd costs, on thn llth
day of December, 1012, at 2 o'clock p.
in of said day, at the front door of tn
Court House in tho City of Beaver, in
said County and State,
Witness mv hand this 14th. day of
II. D. Peckmam, Sheriff.
By E. L. Kickkl,
1M4 12-12 6w Under Sheriff.
Silver Spoon Free.
I will give away, for a limited time,
a Silver Teaspoon with each 12 00 cash
purchase. This applies to anything In
in my stock except school books
Mrs. W. II. ROBERTSON,
" Tns Mit-ustR "
Notiee of Sale of Real Estate Admin
In tbo Mutter of the ratals nf .Vnncjf Groth i
Notice llircliy clvcii in pununtico of nu
order of tho Comity Court of tne County of
linn cr, Stated Oklahoma, inmleoutlie 26th
lnr o! October, Wit, the iimlerilenril Ailmlli-
l.tratorof the. e.tnto of Snncjr lroli III tell
. . . i ... ., i.ii . ,.., I.... ..l.iA,
HI prlTrlltT ftitiu it, iiiu iiij(iiet ijiiiji;! u.'jiv.
tocoiiBrmatloii li nald Court on Monday,
the Z3rd ilny of December, A. !.. 101X. nt:H0
o'clock i, in., nt Reiner. Hen ver county, Ok
Inhomi, nil the rllflit, title mill In'or-it of
t&ld Nancy Uroth In ami to the following
oWrlUeJ real citato In Heater county, State
ot Oklahoma, to-n It I The South Entt Qnnr
terof the North Wet Quarter and tho East
Half of tho North Knt Oiurtor ami the
South Went Quarter of tho North Kant Quar
ter of Section ZS, To nthlpl, North of IUiico
:, U CM. Said real cttnte will he old on
the follow Iiiu termtnml condition, to-nlt:
For cih In hand to bo paid.
llldtforthe piirclin.o thereof inii.t lo In
nrltlns nnd inu.t be Hied In the county
court or ilemcred to tho iimlersicneii nt
Beaver, Heater county. Oklahoma, by pre
sentation to Walter (.'. IVnier, Aprnt.
Dated the 20th day of Notember. 1912.
Cmluk T. bumi. J. H- Cammibi.l,
J Attnrue) Admlnlitrator.
Il-Jl 12-12 Inr
Nov. 20. Our first snow Is now fall
ing, bidding fair to glvo us a white
Mr. and Mr. Adams and daughter-
in-law, Mrs. James Adams nnd two
youngest children, started Monday,
Nov. 25th, tor a tlsit to their old homo
in Missouri. James and the older
children are keeping bachelor's hull.
A great many farmers an-und here
are hauling their broomcorn toForgnn
and shipping it. We hear that those
who have got returns are well satisfi
ed, getting from $09.03 to $00 00 per
ton. This is better than a great
We w Ish to correct n htntement made
in our lust Item We were told that
tiny Mail orguniz"d Literary at Happ)
Hollow and were to hold a meeting
every Saturday night, bat it seems as
though this wi n false report But
the Liberty district aro holding their
yearly literarii's and, as usual, having
a full house nnd pleasant times. Al
though wo have not been in attend
ence we hear their society very highly
County Supt. John E. Swalm and tho
State Inspector. Mr. Proffitt, werej
calling ut Dist. No. 100 Monday uiid
we learn they sp"ke very highly of Mr.
Mr nnd Mrs. R. D. Thomas spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs,
John Hoke hn been very busy
threshing kafllr corn and maize tho
E. E. McCaulrey was palled to Penn
sylvanla by a letter announcing the
critical illness of his aged mother. Hi
started at once to be at her bedside.
Just three weeks more until Christ
mas. Doesn't seem so near the. begin
nlng of a new year, does it?
T O. Black mado llnal proof of his
claim on the 21st. Geo. Caskey and
Bob Hudson were his witnesses.
A. N. Eddy bought T C. Black's en
tire crop of roughness which ho will
haul to LaKemp for his winter's sup
Mr. Howard was tho last that we
know of to seed hlrf broomcorn. He
seeded last Thursday.
Rachel Gates started to school Hon
day for the first this year, having been
detained at homo by an attack of the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams were
Sunday callers at Mr. Gheon's.
Honry Homes lit expected to nrnve
oon from Homestead, Okla., to take
charce of Dan Spldlo'a engine. We
understand ho will move his family
hero this winter or in the spring. Ileie
is a welcome to them In our midst
Dan Spldle was at Sunset getting
Madam, Read McCall's
The Fashion Authority
McCAIX'S I. a Urte, rtutte, hand
om.lr lUuitr.t.d 100pse monthly
M.t.tln. that U adding' to the h.ppl
nm and .fflci.ncr of 1,100,000
women ach month.
Eiirh tenia i: trtmful or Hu hloni, finer
work, Intenvtlni thort itorlM. and Kon
of Uhor uvliir and nioii.jr-a lug Id.M
for women, 'rhtire aro more than bo of
tho nonot.1 riiwirni nf tho celebrated
MrCAIX I'ATTKKNa In each luue.
McCAIX TATTEnNS are tamoui for
trie, nu simplicity and economy. Duly
10 and li renU each.
The publlihera of McCALIS will pend
Uioiiun of dollars eitra In thecmnlnc
nonuu In order to keep ilcOALI.'S bead
and houlders ahoe all oUir women'a
liuruinej at any prim. II nno ver,
MrOAI.I.'S u only too a year; potlUtely
wurUi f I 00.
Ti M.t 5t. A. Ox Htf tl P.li.n Fr.
from your Itrtt ropy of JlcCALL'S, If you
ubucrlbe quickly. .
THE KOU COHPAST. 238 Wul 374 St. Nr Y.rk
KOTB-Atk lor know cUlceALL Swowl...
lid ac ptf mium cUtofw 3.mplt cop, 1 pl.
km raulotu. .ho Ire. on rtqucl
tising in this
paper will give
von a nleasantnr stir
prise than when She said I
DeLUXE TONSORIAL PARLOR
The Sanitary Shop.
Shampoos Kaths Laundry
Gouts' Tailoring Suits all Styles and all Prices.
Cleaning, Pressing and Mending Done Right.
Work Called for and Delivered.
ClytJ Gregg, Prop.
Dress hats, Street hats and lor ladies the Corduroy two-toned
hat, for tho Misses tho Reversible hat, for the girls, Toques of Pelt
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 Drosses. Fancy Overlaco and
Trimming Buttons. The new Red Tie and Bolt for tho Misses.
I have in my store most anything in
the Dress line for Ladies, Misses and
Come in and be welcome.
Mrs. W. H. ROBERTSON.
Fresh, Clean Stock of
Just opened up. We are better pre
pared than ever to serve you. Come in
and see us and inspect our goods and pric
es. Don't fail to look over the
5 and 10 Cent Counters
J. O. MILES.
Thos, P. Urnldwood Thos. C. Braldwood
I BRAIDWOOD & SON
3 Bonded "bstxa-cters I
Prompt, Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abstract Business
J. W WEDII, President
The BANK OF BEAVER CITY
Capital $10,000 Surplus ?d,S00
Undividad Profits S3, 497. 64
rbone.Baul.Nii. l Hoildsnca No. 51
F. 0. Traoy,
Eve-'j Gouirfiesy Extended
sfisn? qp v gisw
JAMES BARE, Vlco Fretldent
J. W. Webb,
S. A. Laughrin,
(Uyr!Bt, 19, ly W. K. UJ