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The Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
- MAUDE 0. THOU AS, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
E)UrJt tbfl (xxtoflkfUt DMttt, Oklahoma,
11 iwoful class mall raastar.
Advertising ratei made known upon
application. Price reasonable.
Subscription Price, $ 1 .00 a Vcar
Kiowa Flaih Light.
A. D. McGuIre traded a good team of
young mulci to a man down In Texas
Wrapped in a mantle of while 1 Wo
have had a lii Inch fall of snow, which
hat been on tho ground now for the,
pait ten days, and the chilly breeze
reminds iid of real winter weather.
Coldu and grippe are the order of
the day, and moit everybody Is keep
ing up with the style, for they nil hare
Mrs. Herbert Williamson has been
making great preparations to take a
trip back to her old home In Arkansaw,
but owing to her husband being down
with the grippe she has had to post
pone her trip for soma time.
A few have lost small pips during
the storm of the past week.
John Ruiicll lias bought up n big
flock of turkeys, and he and his wife
will devote their cntiro farm to the
culture of turkeys. Hut look out for
tho coyotes, John, for they can scent n
turkey a long way o(T.
Mrs. Darling visited at A. N, Howe'
Win, HuiTord, of flat Top, was visit
ing Sunday at Mr. McUulre's.
.Mr. and Mrs Looinas wcro shopping
at Ivanhoe Momlny.
Hon. John Lowls, of Madison, was
trading with Ivanhoe merchants last
The new Dank at I van I ion opened for
business Monday morning, nnd when
tho doors opened everybody mada a
rush to sco who would be first to open
Mr. Darling nas transacting business
at Ivanhou Monday.
O. V, Oneol went to Lavcrno Mon
day to get coal to thresh with, Ollio
Jms been having n hard timti to get a
Vuachlno to conio to his place.
8. Rldttnour and Red Martin were
transacting business at Lavcrno last
D. T Dullard was a Sunday visitor
The beautiful snow has disappeared
but It left a small per cunt of moisture,
Mr and Mrs. Hen Jett were visiting
at Ivanhoa Wednesday,
Uco. Whltakcr, ex-merchant of Mad
ison, but now n man of all trades, was
speculating nlong the Kiowa, Wednes
day, ana ho was trying to find n good
plnco to get tils dinner, for (Juorge al
ways "did hnvu an appetite for a good
meal, and he always knows how to Und
the best place, because his predeces
sors always blazo tlio way so Uenrgu
can find the right place.
Thd past cold snap found a great
many of the cellars, nnd as h consu
iuenco a good deal of fruit was frozen.
James K. Oneal butchered six head
of big fat hog Tuedy, nnd the six
mado a big wagon loud of meat when
Mr. Coultrup killed two fnt hogs
Tuesday which dressed out 300 pound
each. Mr. Valentino killed one hog
which dressed -100, nnd this right here
in Heaver county, too.
A Hero In a Lighthouse.
For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven,
Mich , a civil war cantnin. ns u lleht.
house keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact Is, he might have been
a wreck, himself, If Electrlo Hitters
had not prevented. "They cured me
of kidney trouble, and chills," he
writes, "after I had taken other so
called cures for yenrs, without ben
efit and they alio improved my slitht
Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine "
For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stom
ach, liver and kidney troubles, they'ro
without equal, Try them Only COcts.
at Fred 0. Tracy's.
The baby Now Ycnr cut up qulto a,
tusty on beginning his voyagu of 1013,
but ho has had a better thought and is
now giving us nicer weather
Mr. Banengcr's folks moved toShat
tuck tho first of tho year. Mrs, II. was
not yet able to wulk when they started
E. E. McCartney arrived home Sat
urday night, after spending almost tin
entire winter in Pennsylvania. His
mother died while he was there. Il
seems like he has had hi share of sor
row, losing both his mother and a
There doesn't seem to be much Im
provement In broomcorn prlees yet
Hut while this i a faet, it hardly
eems right that we should bind our
selves by agreement not to help our
neighbors out. should ther see fit to
plant broomeorn another year. If we
do not wiOi to put out any. that Is all
right; but If a neighbor should do so,
and prices get good, it does not seen,
right to let his corn go to waste be
eaue of a foolish pn-miie givn. And
would that accord with the teachingol
the go Wen rule? Or would you will
to be treated In this way were you thi
man with a field of broomcorn to har
vest? Don't let u do anything' that
we will regret. Suppose the broom
corn raiser did tho same with the corr
and wheat grower?
Irrain Homes made a flying visit to
the Hub, Monday, going and coming
tho same, day.
The literary at Liberty was a failure
list Friday evening not enough pres
ent to fill out a program.
Claud Hull and wife were given a
great tin can and dlshpan concert after
the cloning of tlie New Year dance at
Tli kids are sure enjoying the de
puting snow, making snow men aid
snow balling. That's right, kids, male
tl'e of it while It lasts, and no hope it
will be your only chance this year.
Mrs. James Adams and children came
home last week, and Jimmy looks hap
py once more.
Joq Adams was showing a prospect
ive land oyer around over some ol
ourcountiy the first pf the year. We
haven't heard whether he made any
sales or not.
It seems tlio people on our route
haven't made much use of the Parcels
Post as yet.
Mm, R. D. Thomas has been on tho
sick list the past two weeks, with la-
grippe. She is getting able to be about
Mrs. Lanoii called on Mrs. Thomas
one day last week, and at the school
house to sco how her little son was get
ting along with his school work.
Claude Kcavel brought suit before
tho J. P. at Likomp for wages. The
trial came off Saturday, Verdict In fa
vor of Carl.
Old Mr. Williams Is very poorly. He
has been confined to his bed for about
three months. Wo hope hu will soon
take n turn for tho better.
Static or Onto, Citv or Tolkoo, )
Luoas County. J as
Frank J. heney makes oath that he
is senior pnrtner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney k Co,, doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every caso of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by tho use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Fimnk J. Ciiknrt.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
In my presence, this 0th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1880,
ISkal.) A.W. Glkahox,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nnlly, nnd nets directly on tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho system
Send for testimonials free.
V. J. CHENEY A O, Toledo, O.
Sold by nil Druggists, 73c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. Twin Alounds.
Wo hnvo been having beautiful
weather for moro than n week. Typi
cal Beaver weather.
Dr. Long of Heaver was called last
Saturday nnd ngnln Monday to fee
Mrs. A. II. Grace, who is somewhat
Improved nt present. Mrs. Grace is
having the euro of a trained nurse.
Mrs, Tlioninion. little Mnrcaret
Jones and I.eouu, baby daughterof Mr
and Mrs. T. E. Harford, are all on the
sick list but reported better. Dr
Uuckmasicr is In attendance.
Rev. C. E. Illnns mado a business
trip to Goto and Englewood tho first
of tlio week.
Tlio Humgartner brothors. John nnd
Henry and A. W. McClurg hauled
broomcorn to Shattuck for the John
sons tills week,
11. II. Martin mid O. M. Gumm de
livered brush at Knowlcs on Friday.
Th.ce of E, A. Macy's children have
been sick but arc all nn tho road to
"wuIIvIIIb" ut present. t
Mr. and Mrs; John Humgartner were
welcome visitors at the Johnson homo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillips and chlldron
of Shattuok visited nt tho II. II. Mar
tin home this week.
We ore Informed that J. II. Howe lug
sold 'his Hue farm to Dr. Duckmuster
Hog killing was Ibo order of tho div
at Harford's, Johnson's and Martin
Jos Harford went to Shattuck
E, A. Mncy has been helping Mr.
Gumm on his new barn this week.
Leonard Glrton's are expecting a
niece and nephew from Kansas today
to make them a visit.
Rev. Binn was breaking n young
horse to the saddle wllh the ns'St
anee of A. W. MeClurg yesterday.
No causualitles reported.
A new baby arrived recently at the
Ben Smith home.
Osca A Wenic.
A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride.
To warn people of a fearful forest
Are in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved many
lives. Her deed was glorious but lives
are often saved by Dr. King's New
Discovery in curing lung 'trouble,
eoughs and colds, which might have
ended in consumption or pneumonia.
"It cured me of n dreadful rough nnd
lung disease," writes W. It Patterson,
Wellington, Tex., "utter foor In our
family had died with consumption, and
I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so sure
and safe-for all throat nnd lung troub
les. Price Mi nnd fl 00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by Fred C. Tracy.
Well, hero we arc again, we are Liv
ing nice wntlier at present.
II. A. Buckley and friend of Madison,
visited O. A. Barkers a few days the
W. B, Barker, wife and two sons
visited 0. U. Barker Sunday.
There was a spelling school ut Shad
den Friday night.
There is Just two more weeks of
sjhool at Home Creek. After its close,
the teacher, Miss Abagail Miller will
return to her home in Vici, Okia.
Edgar Twentler and wife returned
from Colorado the 7th. They like the
O. B Barker, A. Buckley and friend
went to Beaver Saturday,
Dr. 0. J Leisure made a trip to Bea
ver Saturday. I guess he is guing to
live high now.
E. Venablo made n trip to Florin
Jt A, Barker attended a sale, the first
of last week. A large crowd was in
attendnnde and stuff void well.
Orvlllo Wilson called on 0. H. Bar
ker last Sunday and got a hair cut.
0. H. has n Job every few days.
Dr. 0. J. Leisure visited J. A. Bar
ker last Sunday.
Johnnie Jones, our county sheriff,
made n raid on the gamblers und boot
leggers at Forgan one day last week.
Hurrah for Johnnie. Come again at
W. A. Humphrey and son Elmer aie
living on Austin's placu this year,
farming in Beaver county once more
Melvln Honnersold a team of horses
to Oscar Fain sonic time back, Oscar
will farm some this year.
R 0 Fain and family have moved
to lieuvur City to live (his winter.
Mr. Potter of Amarlllo, Texas, has
moved back on his old Beaver county
farm to try farming once more. They
all come buck to old Heaver county, n
line place to livo. Blue Eyeh
Frightful Polar Winds.
blows with terrific force nt tho far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Hucklen's
Arnica Salve to henl them. It makes
the skin soft nnd smooth. Unrivaled
for cold-sores, also burns, bolls, sores,
ulcers, cuts, braises nnd piles. Only
25 cts. at Fred C. Traoy'a.
District No. 24.
Mr. I.nndcrs moved onto tho Dert
Adams place last Friday.
Miss Ida Summers began teaching
tho Uoctslnger school last week,
YVm.K. Wright and family visited
Ills daughter, Mrs, Jacobs, lust Sunday.
Mr. Potter and family have returned
and are living on their old farm, We
nro glad to welcome them back again
Tolbcrt and Hoburt Wright went to
the former's farm In Kansas Thursday
They expect to return soon.
Lawrence Hull's moved into their
new houso this neck.
Mrs. Lester Gilbert and Angle Wright
spent n very pleasant evening with Mr.
and Mrs, Delvio Carter last Saturday
L. D. Goodwin and family are visit
ing In Ellis county at presenti
Spelling school at tho Shaddeu school
house was discontinued for a couple of
IUy Wilmoth visited over night with
Karl Summers, Wednosday night.
Notice, for Puollcatlon
Department of Interior. U. 8. Land Office at
Woodward, Oklahoma, Januarys, 1913.
Notice I hereby glren that John II. Foreman,
of Klmwcvod, Oklahoma, ho. on AUttuat 28th,
1907, made Homestead Entry Ho. 31121-018213.
for the BC U of Suction J, Township 2 North of
Range 23 E CM-,
Hat filed nollce of Intention to male Final
File Yiar Proof, to establish claim to the
land abOTodeacrlbed, before. O. F. Fruttt, Clerk
of the District Court In hia ofl'.co at Beaver, Ok
lahoma, on tho 26th day of February, 19IS.
Claimant names as wltneueii Charles li. Bag.
xerly and !, K. Drum, or Elmwood. Oklahoma.
William O. Jlaihewa and Hubert S. Hulse, Ot
1 a 1 20 S (JEo. V. Oasts, Uexlster.
Notice for Publication.
Dftmrtmtnl fifths Interior. U.S. land Offic
ii Woodward, Oklahoma. January 8. 1513.
Nottr Uh.rebjairen that Char If E. Ilaawr
!r. of FJmwood, OklA bo on Oct- 2d, !, rrade
Homed ad Entry Nn. JISiI-01y. (or tb S i
of tb NK U, and the K 1J of tho SE tz of Sec
twn A.Tiwohlp3 North of Races 'A E. CM.
Hat nlcd coder of (attrition to maks Final
Fit Year Proof, to citaMlsh claim to tk land
aburo described, before O. F Praett, Clerk of
the DUtriet Court In lil office at Bearer. Okla
homa, on the JStli day of Krhrnarj, 1913.
Claimant naroei at tritnes John II. Fore
man and L. E. Drum, of Klmwood, Oklahoma.
Robert 8. IIuIm) and William 0. Uathens, ol
1-3 2MJ Oio. D. Oknei, Reglitcr.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale Foreclosure
Notice is IlEncBT Given. That in pnrmanc
nf an Order or Sale, issued out of the District
Court of Bearer County, State of Oklahoma, on
the 3rd day of Atunst 1910, In an action wliereit
Sarah E. Vrolfington was Plaintiff, nnd Rotert
D. I'atlf non and Sllnnle L. Patterson were I'e
fer.dantf , direct! to me the underpinned, Sher
iff of Hearer County, commanding i.ie to 1m j
upon and Mil the folio f in it dec?ibed propert)
The S..U heaat quarter of Section Twentytwi
13), in Township Fire (1) North of Range
Twent-one (21) Eait of the Cimarron 11'
To satisfy a Judgment and decree of foreclm
ur lb faror of nald I'laintlll. and against laid
Detendanta. obtained and made In (aid Couri
on the 3rd day of Angaat, 1910, for the aura ol
S2.KK.rjO, and cm'i, Sis 9S. 'and a.l of this ha
been paid I at (S00.U) dell) and will
Interest thereon at the rain of 9 per cent from
the 1st day of October, 1911, and cost accruing
I will, on the U d day of February, 1913, IK tb
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of sal I day, at the from
door of the Court Ilnoae In the City of Beare ,
In al J County and State, oiler for sale and fl
to the blithest bidder, for cath. the propert)
above described, or so much thereof as will tat
hfy aald lodgment with inlerett and coats.
Wltiiex my hand tbla 1Mb day of January. ISIS
JOHNN1F, V JONES, Sheriff.
IlyWA TEE W. .MCXHAT,
1-23 2-20 tw Dei uty Sheriff.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale Foreclosure.
Notice li HERmTOlVEX, That In pursaanre
of nn Order of Sale, bsnedont of the Dlatricl
Court of Bearer County, State of Oklahoma, on
the 4th day of liny. 1912, In an action wliereit
D.A. Scott waa Plaintiff, and JamraT.Turnei
and Ida Fearl Turner were Defendants, direct
ed to me, the undersigned. Sheriff of Bearer
County, commanding me to lery npon and tell
the following lacrlbed property!
The Northern! Quarter of Section Threo (3',
Townahlp One (I) .North of Range Twenty sii
(2tS) Eaat ot Cimarron Meridian, In Hearer
County, SUte nt Ok.ahomat
Toaattsfya Judgment and decree of foreclos
ure In firor ot raid Plaintiff, and acalcst said
Defendant, obtained and made in said Court ol
the th day of May. 1912. for the mm of tn.t
and coaU, $3.2., with Interest tberecn at thi
rnto of 11) per cent from the 4th day ot May. 191
and coate accruing, I will, on the 22nd day ol
February, 11113, at the llour of 2U o'clock p. n
of said day. nt the front door ot the Court
Houac. in the City of Bearer, in aald Connt)
and State, offer for sale and sell to tbe lugheM
bidder, for Caah, tho property above describe
or aomnch thereof ns will aatlafy aald judgroei t
with Intereat nnd cota.
Wltncsa my hand this litli day of January, 191!
JOHNNIE M. JONES, Sheriff.
By F. D. KUTKEXDAIX.
1-23 2-20 iw Under Sheriff.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale Foreclosure
Notice is HeredtGivev, That, In pursuance
of en Order nt Sale, l'ftlwl oot of t' e Diatritt
Court of Bearer Connty, Stateof Oklahoma, ol
the 2Ctb day of Auguat 1912. in an action nbervii
George T. Whltakcr was PlalntllT, and A. I
Householder was Defendant, directed to rnr
the undersigned. Sheillof Bearer County, con.
mandlng mo to lery upon and eell tbe follow
ing described property!
The Southeast Quarter ot Section Twenty-twi
J2). In townahlp Three (3) North of Rangi
Twenty-soren (27) Eaat of the Cimarron Me
rldlan, In Bearer County, Oklahoma!
To Mtl-fy a JodgmcLt and decree ot foreelm
ure In faror of aald Plaintiff, and against aald
Defendant, obtained and made In suld Court oi
the2Cth day of August, 1912, for the auin (
$199.40, and coats. S20.M, with Intereat theteoi
at the rate of 6 per cent from tbe 2Gth day i
August, 1912, and roata accruing, I will, on thi
i.'nddayof February, 1913, at the hour of 2.-1
o'clock p. m.of tnld day. at tho front door o,
the Court House, in the Cltj of Bearer, In salt
County and State, offer for aale and aell to thi
hghett bidder, for rath, the roperly nboa e dr
acrlbcd, or ao much thrrjot as will aatlafy sale
Judgment with intereat and costs.
Wltnos my hand this 13th day of January, 1S1
JOHNNIE M. JONES. Sheriff,
By 1 D. KUIXENniLL,
1-23 2-20 Sw Under Sheriff.
Notice of Slierift'a Sale F"reclo-ure
Notice is IIxREnr Given, That in purtuanc.
ot an Order of Salo, laiuol out of the Dlstric
Court of Dearer County, State ot Oklahoma, o
tho 13th day nt April, 1912, loan action where)
Wellington Orocery Company waa rialntiff, ai i
Ralph Sills and W. E. Jett Ond Frank C. Woo.
Farmers a Jett and Wood, wero Defendant
directed to mi, the undersigned, Sheriff ot Be
rar Count V, commanding me to lery upon an
aell tho follow log described property t
The Nnrthneit Quarter of Section Twent
(20), In Towcshlp One (I) North, of Hang
Twenty-soren (21), Eaat ot Cimarron Mvridlai
In Bearer County. Oklabptnai
To satisfy a Judgment and .decree, ot foreclrr.
urelnjaror ot Said Ftaltitlff and against sale
Defendant, obtained ani n-ade In aald Cou.1
on the 13th day of April, 1912, for the sum o
831.18. and costs, 811.10, with intereat the reoi
at tbe rate ot ten per cent from tho 13th day c
April, 1912. and costs accruing, I will, on tl
t2nd day of February, 1913, at the hour ot 2:
o'clock p. m. ot said day, at the front door o
the Coart Uouae la the City ot Be.ver. in aal
County and State, offer for sale and sell to tb
hlghtHt bidder, for Ciah, the property aboro rtu
scribed, or so much thereof as will satisfy sal.
said Judgment, with Interest and costs
Witness ay hand this 13th day of Janniry, 101.
JOHNNIE M. JONES, Sheriff.
11; F. D. Kl-TXEXDALL.
1-23 2-20 Sw Under Sheriff.
Notice for Publication.
Department of tho Interior, V. S. Land OfOc
at Woodward, Oklahoma, Jan. 3, 1913.
N'ntlM l hereby glaen that Victor II. Frj
of hdnrer, Oklahoma, who on June 21st, llM
madoll.t. No.UMtUV.Mfor the NEK, sec
lion 19, townahlp 3 north of range 24 E.C.M.
Has filed notice ot Intention to make' Fine
Fire Year Proof, to establish claim to tin
land above described before Thomas l Urald
wood, U. S.CouiinlsjIeoer', at al oaten to Ron-
ror, Oklahoma, on tbe SltkfaWjvot Februar
CUimnnt names as wltiawpesi
W, K. Fugatn and Qeorge Weob, V Bearer
Okla., Oeorce 1'. Brown and John MiUr, ot
Notice For Publication.
Doinrtment of tlm Interior. United Slates
Land Office at Woodward. Okla.. Jan. 2, 1913.
Notice Is hereby a; ren that Charles II. Waas.
of Elmwood. Oklahoma, who on February 2th
ICtf. made II.C. .No. 30L-4 OI2II9 for tbe SIV'4
section II, township 2 north of range 24 E.C.5I.
Has filed notice of intention to make Final Fire
fear Proof, to estaUlsh claim to the laiid
.sbore described, beforJ Thomas P. Braldwood,
'. S. CommUdoner, at his omce at llearey,
Jklahoma, on the 21st day of February, 1913.
Claimant names as wtncaa :
Mlbert il JaCol.s. J. A. Bridge, C. J. Hlebert
Hi Albeit Jacobs, allot Kimwucd. U.Lbnma.
2-20 (Ieo.D.Oeke. Register
J. W, WEBB. President
The BANK OP BEAVER CITY
Capital StO, 000 Surplus -d,S00
Undivided Profits S3, 497. 64
Tlione Bank No. 1 Residence No. 61
amcB Baro, F. C. Tracy, J. W. Webb,
Frank Laughrin, S. A, Laughrin,
K, II. Loofbourrow
Ewery Courtesy Extended
All Trimmed Hats at Half Off Regular Prices.
Sweaters, One-Fourth Off Regular Price.
Underwear, Stocking Cap3, Gdlf Gloves and Wool Mitts,
All at Greatly Reduced Prices.
You will find BARGAINS all over my Store.
BEAVER WW MGVKI&.
J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.
Our houso is ono of tho BEST in town nnd first class in every respet t
rabies supplied with the best tho market a (lord a and rates very reasonable
Every courtesy extended.
Buy The Best?
We have the Best in Flour,
Feed, Notions and a full line of
Fancy .aurd Staple
And yovi can get it ' from
us for Less Money than you
py others for inferior goods.
J. O. MILES, Beaver, Okla.
Time to Think About
We Carry, the Famous
NONE BETTER MADE
Great Fuel Savers and Dandy Heaters
Barbed and Woven Wire
Good line of Wagons, Buggies and Im-
pjements, Shelf and Heavy Hard
ware, Windmills, Pumps and
CARTER TF iCY HDW. C0 Wer. 0ka
la the L'oitM Suites HUtrlct Court
In and for
The Western District of Oklahoma
In the Matter of
D. W. PIER AT I'
To the Creditor? of said Bankrupt:
Noilco la hereby giren that on the 2Sth day
of January. 1913, at 4:30 o'clock p. m., there
will be a meeting of the creditors ot the abote
namrd bankrupt at the ofllce'of the Central
Hotel nt WooJtrard. in said district, to bold
first meeting ot creditors, elect a trustee, exam.
Ine the bankrupt, and lo transact such other
business aa may properly come before such
Dated January . 1911,
FHANK It. BUHFORD,
1-13 lw Referee In Bankruptcy.
JAMES BARE, VlcePiealdent
2 -20 Gto. D, OiutEu, Remittor.