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The Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS,-- Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
EiUrmtbfpoitoffleit nMttr, Oklahoma,
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application. Prices reasonable .
Subscription Price. $1.00 a Year
R. It. Loofbourrow.
John A. Spohn-.
(loo. 11. Wright.
Geo. H. Hoaly.
John E. Swnlm.
Clerk of Dlit. Court
O. F. Pruett,
Clerk of Uo. Court
She r IH
Reg. of Deeds
Miss Mao Maple.
H. D. Pcclchnm.
Com. 1st Dist. A. II. Fox, Ivanhoe.
Cam. 2d Dlst. A. A. Haskell, Elm wood.
Com. 8d Dlst. W. S. Vandeburg, Couch.
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W aro still having nlco winter
weather but the wheat needs moisture
Mr. and Mrs, J, V. Johnson spent
Christmas ore with his mother and
took Christmas dinner with his sister,
Mrs, Asa Kile. They left In tho after
noon for Mrs. Johnson's father's ex
peeling to start for their homo In
Alfalfa county this morning.
Mrs. 0. J. Groves, Pcrly and Cecil
Johnson took Christmas dinner with
Mrs. Asa Kile.
Mrs. Ida Hunt and littte son of No
braska, arrived In Beaver county the
20th on a visit to her father and moth
or, Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Kilo, and other
Miss Nettle Harnhlll spent last woek
with her sister. Mrs.Ohas. Bennington.
Chas. and Will Bennington were top
plug kalllr corn for Porly Johnson the
last of the week.
Mable and Eva Qrceno aro spending
the holidays at home.
Georgo Greene came home to spend
Mrs, Rowe is visiting friends In the
Mrs. Haskell and daughters, Gladys
and Berntco left tho first of last week
for a visit to Mr. Haskell's sister and
other friends In eastern Oklahoma.
Word was received in this neighbor
hood that Rev. Williams, the Ilollnoii
evangelist, was seriously sick at flint
tuck and that their babo about seven
months old was dead.
Joseph Rash and family spent Ohrlsl
mas with Chas. Denulngtnn.
A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride.
To warn peoplo of a fearful forest
fire In the Catskltls a young girl rode
horseback at midnight nnd saved many
lives. Her deed was glorious but lives
aro often saved by Dr. King's New
Discovery In curing lung trouble
coughs and. colds, which might have
ended In consumption, or pneumonia.
"It cured mo of a dreadful cough and
yung disease," writes W. R.Tntterson,
Wellington, Tex., "after four In our
family had died with consumption, and
I gained 87 pounds," Nothing so suro
and safe for all throat and lung troub
les. Price Wo and 1.00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by Fred O. Tracy.
Well, hero we are again after so long
a time. There was a Christmas tree
at the Hare church, Tuesday night tho
Edgar Twentler and wife and Ray
mond Twentlor and wife started to
Colorado Sunday, to got them a olaim.
Claude Haskell visited W, D. Bar.
ker Christmas day.
Lon Haskell and son and Rnyceond
Twontlor holped W. B, Darker dehorn
cattle Friday the 27th.
Mrs. Jeff Schoonovor and son visited
W. B. Barker Saturday,
Mrs. W. B, Barker and son Mllford
came homo from Granette, Ark,, Wed
nesday the 25th.
John Wilson made a trip to Forgan
Bill White has been threshing In this
neck of the woods this week.
Otney Barker visited Ben Barker the
last of tho week.
utto a crowd was at Raymond Twen
tier's charivari Wednesday night,
Claude Haskell is working for his
father at present.
Mr. Jack Babbit,
Ktntvn Plu.h I 11.1 1
Anothor Christmas has como and
gone. The day dawned bright and
clear nnd was an Ideal day and most
everybody , entertained someono or
tjiey went somowhero.
Mrs. Erlckson and children have
boen quito sick for the past two weeks.
Qrln Darling, of Oklahoma City, ve
iled with his parents during the holi
Grandma, Scott,-who has been very
sick, Is Improving very rapidly.
Fred Croxton and wife took an over
land trip to Alfalfa county to visit their
parents.. They expect to be back In
about thirty days.
Eddie and Frank Hippie expect to
leave for Motqooro, New Mclco, about
January Oth. There, will bo quito a few
from these parts that will go with the
boys to see tho country nnd perhaps
purchase land down thorn.
Thursday, Dec. 20, as moving day
for tho Valentino family. Thoy moved
nut of their summer residence Into
their cosy winter bungalow and there
they will bid defiance to tho cold and
stormy weather that may come with
out any warning. We too would like
to movo Into warmer quarters.
8. Rldcnour wont down to his farm
at Logan Friday after a load of feed, h
distance of about twelve miles.
John Stlbbs, of Specrmoro, passed
through here Monday on his way to
Logan'whoro he went In the Interest
of his telephone,
Mrs. Warble, of Waynoko, came In
Tuesday on the mnll hack and will
make her future home here with her
daughter, Stella Willets.
Where we all spent our Christmas
Mr, Marshall and family and Henry
Stewnrt nnd family at the Darling
homo. S. Rldcnour and son Itohcrt
and D. T, Billiard nt the Martin home.
Hen Jett and family, C. M. Smith and
family and II. Davidson nnd family
and Otis Johnson nnd family all at
Grandpa nnd Grandma Jett's. Floyd
Mooro and family at May, Okla. Mrs.
Warble and Stella Willetts and son
Philip at Ripples'. While a great num
ber of friends gathered at each of the
following homes A.N.Howes, Val
entino Bros , L. A. Curtis nnd Grand
ma Scott homes All soy tho day was
Leap Year is waning very fast and
there still remains a few good looking
fellows who havn not been proposed to
Uiris, you tiavo tarried too long, you
won't gut this chance, again for four
J. E. Stewart has rented n farm near
Gate and ho will move there ns soon
as he can get possession of tho house
Mr. and Mrs. John Russell are nt
home to their many old tlmo friends
here on tho old ranch.
Shorty Frcy has been visiting his
mother In Kansas for the past week.
Oh, you lovely winter weather.
Wonder how many of us have noticed
how little amount of feed that the
stock consume this kind of weather
but lei it get cold and wet and then
seo how much they can eat if they can
get It. A good many of our folks have
not as jot mndct any preparations for
Stat or Ohio, City of Tqlxoo, )
Lucas Coiwtt. j m
Frank J. heney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of tho Arm of F. J
Cheney & Co., doing business In tho
City of Toledo, County and State aforo
said, and that said firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
fgr each and overy enso of Catarrh thnt
cannot be cured by tho uso of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Ciiinst.
Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed
In my presence, this 0th day of Decem
ber, A, D. 1880,
(Sai..J A.W. Gliasok,
Hall's, Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on tho blood
and niucaus surfaces of tho system
Send for testimonials free.
F. J, CHENEY A O, Toll do, O.
Sold by nil Druggists, 73c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Kiowa Flash Light.
(Omitted last week.)
What a groat contrast between this
winter nnd tho one n year ago. But
of course wo nil apprcolato the mild
ness of tho pleasant winter, and our
hope is that It will continue like It Is.
Molituro of some kind Is needed nnu
so Is tho opon weather needed.
Eddio Ripple camo home on a sur
prise last Monday to his parents. Ed
die has beta dnwn in New Mexico for
the past three months for his health.
He came home much Improved and
has gained in weight and ho expects to
return after tho holidays. Ho has
vory good talea to tell about the ooun
try, and also tho crops down thoro.
'Christmas will have como and gone
ere this is in print but the prospects
atlhld.tlmo for n whlto Yuletldo Is
Mr, and Mrs, 0. M. Smith went to
Laverne Friday to do their holiday
Ben Jett has made prcoaratlons for
cold weather for he has had a new
chimney built on bis hbuiO.
The Christmas entcrtalnmont given
at tho Glcndalo school house Friday
was a success in every way nnd spoaku
very highly for tho promoter;, Miss
Scott, Miss Gonne nnd Miss Helen
Slim nnd Bean Gaines expect to
leave In n few days for Hot Springs,
Ark,, where they go for their henlth.
Valentine Bros, have been doing
some fall plowing the past week They
had two plows going most all week.
Tho lund Is very dry but It seems to
turn over nil right, but our iden Is that
they aro notdolnc the laud much good.
Broomcorn takes n turn upward.
Word comes to us that $45 to f 00 was
pnld for brush on the street nt Knowles
tho past week.
There seems to be an epidemic of
bad colds thnt has attacked the child
ren In these pnrts.
Jimmy Stewnrt went to Lnverne
Wednesday Just to see the train como
in, so ho says, but wo will bet n cookie
it wn his best girl ho was looking for
but ho failed to nrrtvo op todnte, for
Jimmy has been looking every day for
her with very longing eyes.
Broomcorn buyers nru beginning to
nose around n little, Late Saturday
evening n buyer bought Mr Cuthbcrt
son's crop at $25 to $30 per ton.
Sunday was n very gloomy day as It
was very threatening for storm nil day
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin were shopping
nt Specrmoro Fridny.
Nuto Yates, Dewey Hoggins nnd
Louie. Valentino wero calling on the
Ripplo boys Sunday.
A literary snetoty has been in pro
gress at tho Snnd creek school house
for some time past.
A Hero In a Lighthouse.
For years J S. Donnhun, So. Haven,
Mich , n civil war captain, ns a light
house keeper, nvrted awful wrecks.
but n queer fact is, he mlchl have been
n wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters
had not prevented, "They cured me
of kidney trouble and chills," he
writes, "nftcr I had tnken other so-
cslled cures fur years, without Iron-
uflt and they also improved my sluht
Now, at seventy I am, feeling line."
For dyspoprla, Indigestion, nil stom
ach, liver nnd kidney troubles, they're
without equal, Try them Only CUcts.
at Fred C. Tracy's.
(Omitted last week.)
Christmas has como nnd gone
ono of the most beautiful of days
the people of our vicinity took tho
vantage of it by meeting at tho
hero and uniting their dinners on one
large table. It was more than laden
with tho luxuries of life such ns tur
key, chicken, caku nnd plus. Almost
without number It was more llko n
Democratic jollification than anything
we can describe it with. Grandma
Mendeuhall nnd her two sons and fam
ilies, T. II. Lnno and nil tho sous nnd
families, his son-in-law and family,
Mr. Botts, also hUsonFnnd daughters,
F, Roberta and family, each of the
Snclls and families and many others,
A grand time, a splendid supper and
a dance. Sd the festivities lasted to
Dun At Ills residence, threo and a
halt miles east of Surprlso, December
10th, J. S. Johnson, of blond poison.
Mr, Johnson wa stopped on by a cow
nnd the poison soon set in. Dr. Buck
master and Dr. Bunker were present.
Dr. Bunker performed tho operation
and took oft his leg but It wns too late
and that still small voice said, "Come
Homo, My Child." Ood In Ills Good
ness dispatched tho message nnd soon
the spirit of Bro Johnson wns hasten
ing to his Home in the skies, for so
very often has the writer heard him
sing, "I nm Bound forn Homo in the
Skies." Mr. Johnson wns n life long
momber of thu M. E, church nnd nt
denth ho wns n momber of tho Twin
Mound class nnd Sunday School nnd
nn oflicer in the church building com
mittca, ns treasurer. .ill who knew
him did but admiro him. He will bo
mUsed in Beaver county.
Ed Lano nnd family, Hyle Fisher
and family, Win. Monroe and family
and T. D. How composed the number
who took dinner with T G. Burns, of
Riverside. Four splendid cooks pre
pared the meal. The table was n beau
ty to behold n thu guests nnd tho
lUtle ones guthorcd around to bo fed.
But, oh my, what was left wns a sight
Arthur Lnno who has been for some
time at his brother John's, Is nt this
writing with his brother-ln law Cecil
Frighttul Polar Winds.
blows with terrific force nt tho far
north and play havoc with thu skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to henl them. It makes
the skin softtaud smooth. Unrivaled
for cold-sores, nlso burns, bollt, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises nnd piles. Only
25 cts. nt Fred 0. Tracy's.
Oh, such beautiful, pleasant, dry
weather, no rain or snow In sight,
Jesse Go fiord colebrated the 00th
nnnlversary of his birthday, Sunday,
December 15, 1012.
II Lane sold his broomcorn for $12.
CO and It net him near $2.20 per ton
In our last Issuo wo failed to refer
to A. L. Bedford, who with his wife,
son nnd two daughters, left for Arca
dia, Florida, tins returned nnd to stay
right hero with us until he can null out
his farm. So In looking over the list
most nil returned So, youdlfsatttllcd
ones, try nnd put up with where you
are. It costs quite n lot to break up
nnd move nnd then return for that is
what most all do.
Ono of the most pleasant eventnjis,
was spent by Mr Bush nnd wife, their
two grown daughter, Myrtle nnd Mn
ble, three younger children were nlso
present and thu writer nt the rcsldeucu
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon Stanley's. Tills
couple surely nre tho most ngreenble,
Interesting and cntertnining of any no
have met in yenre. Mr. 8. Iins nn ex
ceptional sweet, melodious voice nnd
rendered many fine telectlon Mr.
Fred Becker, n retired mll'iner of
Maion now of Alvn, came lit from
Beaver by way of Clear Lake, She
has been away nenr four years nnd thi
country looked new to her. Shu is up
on business and will spend tho week
Mrs. Stanley. Mr. Stanley nnd family
expect to start for Artndln, D cember
20th or 22d.
Lon Brown nnd family nre going to
Arknnsns to visit his wife's pnrents, to
bo gone two mouths. T. L. How is to
take care of the place lu their absence,
Our pastor nnd wifo left Dec. 10th
for southeastern Colorado to spend the
holidnos with the Intter's mother.
O Clipper left for Missouri nrd
thenco to Floridn to be gone une year.
His wile and children accompanying
Mrs Bush Is agisting Mrs. Stanley
prepare for their pale nnd her depart
ure for Arcadia.
Dec, 17th T. L. How was posting
bills for Lou Stanley's sale nnd wns in
time to hear Mrs. Cnsteul nt Cleat
Lake school house assisting her pupils
at the noon hour In arithmetic. Mrs.
C. is a splendid teacher.
Mrs. Ed Lane was very kind to Mr
nnd Mrs Stanley in olTcrlng them
house and home until elfects of the
sale wns over.
$100 Per Plate.
was pnld nt n banquet to Henry Clay,
in New Orlenns in 1812. Mighty cost
ly for those with rtomnch trouble or
Indigestion. Today peoplo everywhere
use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these
troubles ns well ns liver, kidney nnd
bowel disorders. Ensy, safe, suro
Only 23cts. ut Fred O. Tracy's.
Merry Christmas nnd n llnppy New
Yenr to one nnd all.
It doesn't look like It did last Christ
mas. There wns uo snow nt all till"
The Ladles Aid of Ridgewny gavo n
supper a', the nchoul house nnd nlso
hud n snle which they succeeded with
very nicely. ,
Arthur Hodges Is going to start n
singing school at Rtdgcnny. All who
want to learn nru welcome
Jim McEwin Is learning to ride n
motorcycle. He has skinned hiskueo
Thu Christinas treo was a success ut
tho Dunlop school house. Santa OInus
brought lots of presents.
Will Overton and Miss Ima Foster
waro visitors at the McEwin homu
Harry B. Wright Is going around tho
route on his motor now.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duble trnde. a bus
iness trip to Englewood tho past week.
Riley Hester was a caller at the Du
blu home Christmas eve.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Oaks wero at the
homo of his son on Christmas day and
had a line turkey roast.
Frank Harger Is going to leave scon
nnd has hid a sale.
L, A. Nelson has sold his place and
expects to lenve In about ten days,
Tliey will nil want to come back to
Dr. Briles is on a trnde for two nutns
at Couch, Okla., and J W. McEwin is
to nssist him In bringing them homo.
Everybody Is getting "Benver coun
ty coal" for fear it is going to bo u
hnrd winter ngnln.
Bro Mechnm held n rovlvai mooting
at Ridgeway a few days ago and gut
Arthur Francis Is out from Gate this
week visiting hib Bister, Mrs. John
Ditok Posn EcnoKs
iirAi.iY.nnwro.rii I u'td frnnl-ilAtl Ir.
Bplto of nil so-called remedies Iused. 35
At last I found quick re! lof nnd cu ro H
in tnoso muci, yet morougu ana
New Life Pills
AJolph Scnlneeck, Buffalo, N.Y.
SS CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ill DRUGGISTS.
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CARTER TRACY HDW. CO., Beaver, Okla.
Real Estate Mortgage
Quit Claim Deed
Release of Real Estate Mortgage
Release of Chattel Mortgage
Bill of Sale
Notes, Books of 25 and 50
Order on Township Treasurer
Road Tax Receipt Books
Order to Pay Poll Tax Books
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