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The Beaver Herald
Official Co. Paper.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY THfJRSDAY.
JtiUrrJttbpoitofflrtit Bearer, OkUbomt,
at tecond clut mill matter.
Advertising rate made known upon
application. Prices reasonable.
Subscription Price, SI. 00 a Year
(loo. II. Wright.
(ioo. II. IIcAly.
Jolin E. Swalm.
O. V. Pruett.
J, M. Jones.
Clerk of Pitt. Court
Clerk of Co, Court
Reg. of Deeds
C. C. DeOraw.
Claude T. Smith.
II. M Uulick.
Com. lt Dlit. R. Hagan, Ivanlioe
Com. 2d Diet. A. A Haskell, Elmwood.
Com. 3d Diet. Thoa. McLain, Gray.
Feb IS. Sales are the order of the
day at present. Everything brought
good prices at E. A. Macy'i Tuesday
Roy Hopper has one booked for next
week also Tom Harford What a re
turning to Reaver theru will be in a
year or two.
Mrs. Tom Harford this week received
the tad news cf the death cf her broth
er's wife, Mrs. Little, of Carollon, Mo
Messrs. Ouram and Jones went to
LaveriiM Thursday, Mrs, Thompson Is
laying with Mrs. Jones and little Mar
garet. Chas. Jenki ii recovering from an
attack of grlppe,-
Mri. A. U, Qrace is much better."
A merry crowd of neighbors met at
the Macy home on Friday evening and
t gave them a good by surprise Mr,
Macy expects to move to Knowles
lomo time next week, ' where he
will run an automobile repair shop.
Mr, Macy and family were among the
very first of the "new lettlera" In the
vicinity of Twin Mounds, and have
been Identified with everything that
make! for the good of a community.
They will be missed In school and
church and as neighbors In every sense
of the word. We wlih them success
and prosperity In their new home.
Royal Phillips and family visited the
11. II. Martin family this week. They
started on Thursday for the new oil
fields In eastern Oklahoma.
E. A. Macy at.d A. W,
drove to Reaver and baok on
A gpqd attendance Is reported at the
oyster supper at Harmony school house
"Old Dink," Mr. Martin's horse, Is
recovering from a severe attuck of
tore throat The veterinery tayi In a
human being It would be diphtheria.
Mrs. Thompson was a guest of the
Johnson's I lie llrstof the neek,
Mrs Scott Reld, who has been very
iluk, is much better.
I)r, Watts, of Speermore, was called
to see Mr. Douglas the first of the
Miss Nenla Douglas visited homo
folks last Saturday. She in teaching
school near Ivanhoe.
Mrs. Clara Yuomans ho bus been
visiting In Chicago and other eastern
points, expeats to return to Denver
county about the first of April. She
couldn't think of living in Chicago
again after a taste of Deaver county
(Crowded out last week.)
Fob. 0. A blanket of snow of some
four Inches depth covers this end of
Beaver county at present. Farmer
all agree that nothing better for the
soil could have' happened.
Mrs. Will ifenson Is still on the sick
Hit. Ethel Jeoks Is helping with tho
We learn that Mis Uraco Wagner of
Kansas Is expected tomorrow. Her
brother Guy will meet her,at Knowles,
Mis Wagner come for a visit with her
parents, brother and family and other
Mr. and Mrs.I. S, Martin combined
business with pleasure yesterday when
they butcher-d'hogs and visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Ofc M. Qumm.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones are both
ulTuring from an attack of lagrippe.
Mra. Leonard Uicton and ion Floyd
returned yeiterday from Ellla county
wliere they had (pent a week visiting
Mr Grace, wai somewhat Improved
yesterday. We hope soon to report
Mr. Douglass hat been quite 111 but
la better at pretent.
E.A.Macy will have a salo next week
preparatory to moving with hi Inter
estlng family to Knowlts. We regret
very mufh to see these good peoplo
leave the neighborhood, and give them
Juit one year to get homesick.
Rev. 0. E. Blnns transacted busi
ness In Rldgeway county thU week
A. V' McClnrg ban lilt buggy 6n
runners. He took Mesdames Blnns
and Johnson sleigh riding by way of
giving a trial trip on Wednesday.
Mra. Moore of Duck Pond, is having
a siege of grippe.
Joe Howard returned last week
from Missouri He it at Mr. I'loett's
Our mail man goes In his buggy
since the Know instead of the motor
cycle, giving his patroni more time to
get their mail ready these short morn
It seerni good to get the Hr.iuti) the
mine week it ii published. I suppose
we may thank the new railroad.
O.nck A WriK
Are You A Cold Sutferer.
Take Dr. King! New Discovery. The
Best Cough, Cold, Throat and I.ung
medicine made. Money refunded If It
fails to cure you. Do not hesitate
take it at our risk First dose helps
J. R. Wells, Flovdada, Texas, writes
"Dr. King's Nijv Discovery cured my
terrible cough and cold. I gainrd lu
pounds." Iluy It at Fn-d C. Tracy'i.
Well, here we are again. Fine
weather so far.
There, was a large crowd attended
.he salo at Charley Schoonover's the 17
Mrs. Rosa Barker visited Mr.
There wa a large crowd out at Cross
Road Literary Friday night.
Mr. Coleman la breaking Home young
horses at present.
Victor Frye made a trip to Liberal
Kansas, last week.
0. B. Barker started to Missouri last
Who said Johnnie Jonea couldn't get
the bootlegger and gamblers. We
think he la dragging them In protty
Otney Barker of Elmwood. will pay
15.00 for 1011 Lincoln pennies. Bring
In your pennies, bur.
A large crowd attended the meoting
at Bush Chapel Sunday night
Johnnie Jones was out at Schoon
over's sale and helped sell some of the
good Bluc Eyes.
No Need To Stop Work.
When the doctor order you to stop
work It stagger you. I can't, you say.
You know you are weak, run down and
falling In health day by day, but you
must work au long a you can stand.
What you need I Electric Bittern to
give you tone, strength and Igor to
you' system, to prevent break-down
and build you up. Don't ho weak,
sickly or niling when Electric Bitters
will benefit you from the llrU dose.
Thousands bless them for their glor
ious health and strength Try them.
Every bottle la guaranteed to satisfy.
Only 00c at Fred C. Tracy
Kiowa Flash Llcht.
There is scarcely a house in our
neighborhood hut what there is some
Robert Ridenour uns reballlng some
brush for Mr. Loomas last Friday.
Miss Arian Scott, who ha been down
with the grippe, was able to resume
her teaching at the Gletidalo school
Stark Moyer has been harvesting hi
ice crop and ha about twelve ton put
tip of eight Inch ice,
S. Ridenour who has been down Kith
the grippe is to that ho can be out
Clark Yutes has been wrestling with
the grippe for a few days, Just to be up
Jmnes O'Neal was calling on his
brother Ollie last Sunday.
Mrs Warble wn trading with Midi
son meiohants Friday.
Red Martin went to Laverno Satur
day and brought back a load of freight
for tho Wells store at Mudlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ripple ate dinner
Sunday at Mr. utid Mrs. McGuire's.
D. T. Bollard wa a Sunday visitor
at the McGuIro home.
Just ask Bob Ridenour what time It
Is and ho will pull out his new "shin
er" and give you tho correct time,
Stella Willutt visited home folks
Thedanco Friday night given by Val
entine Bros, was well attended and
every one had a line time
Grandma Yates has been very lick
with the grlppo for some time, but la
! resting eomo better at this timo.
Mr and Mrs Fred (ox took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. MeOfire Thursday.
There seem to be quite a little dis
pute Mi to whothor tho ground hog saw
Ids shadow or not, but six week will
tell the tale and then see who ii right.
We notice that some of the exchang
es are already making light of tho pro
posed railroad through the east end of
the county. But then there always
are some who can't see the same as
others. If we, of the east end, care to
II nance thli line that is up to us. We
have walled many years for tho, It. R.
to come to ui.
Bon Jctt sold 63 head of shouts to
his two brothers last week at $5 6fl each,
lien bought the most of th-fo nt two
to three dollar each and he ha only
bad them a short time Ben started to
trading last fall and he Is always wide
nnrakc and on the lookout for n simp,
there li scarcely a week but what he
make one or more snaps.
Ollle O'Neal went toShattuckThur
day with a load of hog., receiving 7 J0
It has been reported that Clark
Yates Is down sick at his father's
home with pneumonia fever,
A. D. McUuire and Robert Ridenour
was calling on Mat Funk Friduy, who
lives northwest of Madison.
Mr. Tweedy took a load of hogs to
Madison Friday far Mr. Dree tor.
Mothers Can Safely Buy
Dr King's New Discovery and givo it
to the little ones when ailing and suf
fering with cold?, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmles",
once used, always used. Mrs. Ilruce
Crawford. Nlaitra, Mo. writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery changed our
boy from a palu weak sick boy to the
picture of health " Always help.
Buy it at Fred C. Tracy's
J. A. Howe took dinner with his ten
ant, Maurice GofTord and wife. Miss
Richard is visiting her sister, Mrs.
T. L. Howe hurt his hand badly In
trying to repair a broken pump, last
week, but wag better at last reports.
Messrs. Goodman and Bingham were
tracking a cat to it dun and spent near
a day digging the skunk out, and it
was not there.
We are glad to report that Mr. B.
G Bingham' arm is much better.
Judging from tho letter of Mrs. O.
C. Kleppbr, it's no wonder some who
havo been there don't want to go back,
and those who contemplated going,
especially Earnest It row n mid' Ira
S'ihroyer, having fortunately aban
doned the idea.
John Btlbbs, the "Phone man" Is
contemplating trading for the lintel at
this place. Mr. Sell and mother are
to close nut soon mid move.
Mr. Stibbs was out trying to collect.
He, like many others, finds it next to
impossible. Not h man but would pay,
If he had the cash
Ben Morris is back from his vaen
tlon and is again on the mail uuL'on.
Our Prtntor, Rev Illnn's, prearhes
his farewell sermon tho 3d Sunday in
February, the 23J. We hope to sea
every member of the class present.
Beware of Ointments for Ca
tarrh that Curtain Alcrcury
us mercury will surely destroy the
sense ot smell anU completely derange
tho wholo system when entering ft
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles slmuld never be used except no
prescription from reputable ph) si
clans, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall' Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney fc Co., Tole
do, 0., coutHing no mercury, nml I
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
ytcm, In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
besurcynu gut the genuine His tnken
internally nud made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials
free. Sold by Druggists. Price "So
Take Hall's family Pills fur consti
pation. District No 24.
Well, hero we are again, after sev
ertil weeks absence.
Little Pauline FoJter. who has been
quite sick, is somewhat improved.
Susie Richard, who has been visiting
her sister near Clear Lako, returned
home last Saturday.
Mrs. S. M. Brazil visited at J. II.
Summers last Sunday.
Mr. Frey. of near I.ngan, spent Sun
day nt Adam Walters'.
J. E. Montgomery was quito sick,
but is able to be out again.
Herb Grace of May, Oklahoma, is
L. D Goodwin has been helping J.
E. Dinger haul feed tho past week.
Floyco Hamm visited O'er night
with J E Montgomery Friday
W N. Wright thrashed his kafllr
corn last week.
Mario Munden visited over night
with Mis Ida Summon Thursday.
Notice fur Publication
PrtHiitim.it i.f tho Interior. V- H 1-irxtOtIIto
nt oo.Jrrd, Oklahoma, Jan. 3, 1913.
Nolle H hrebr irlien tint Victor If. Fr.
ot heater, Oklahoma, who on Jono 21t, lA
nail II E.J.O. :B M8-Oiy.SH for Ibe.NKU. sec
tiou 19, towohlp 3 north of race 24 E.C.M.
lint HImI nolle ot Intention to make Final
Fne ur Proof, to etabllili claim In th
Uiid atmTe ile-ctllxvl before Tnotnas P. Hrtld
ooil. U. S.Conimlinlauer. at bin offlco to Hea
ter, Oklahoma, on the 2ttli day of February
Clalmt "ames as wltnees;
W. K. Kiwite -J (leorge Webb, n lVaror
Okla., (Jeunr V. Urotrn ami John Miliar. o(
2-20 (I to, I). Or'nxr, Register.
Notice for Publication
State of nviahoma. Heater Countr.
In the District Court of Said County,
JSarle Jaekwn. Plaintiff,
Chir'.eiB. Jack), Defend'
Ball Dafrmtant. Charles U, Jackson, will
take notice tost he has been soM In the shore
air.etl Court hy Marl) Jarkion, n! mint an.
ler lb- petition Bird therein by raid Fljlntltl
a or b-fore th 2th day of Xarch, 1H.3, or
wl.) petition will bo taken ai true, and n Judg
ment for alj Flxlntltr In said action for 1)1
Miree, nd fordlllou between the I'la ntlfl
nJ the Defendant of tho Northeast Quarte
iSK VoSSrrt .li One M)Tonhlo Thre. (3)
North of Banne Twenty two (SI) E. C. M . Bea
r fonnty, Ollaboina. will be rendered nc
Attest: O. F. Prcitt.
Clerk or Said Court.
Dlelson. Rnh 4 Dlelctoa.
Attorneys for PlalnUlt. itM7Jw
In the DiUitet Court of Beavr Connty, Oklf
State ot Oklahoma,
The Stat" of Oklahoma
II. D. lluryby and P. 11. Murphy, Lcfcndant.
ORraTtNO s You and each of yon aro ucreb
nollled that you hie been sued In tho DI
it let Court ! Bearer Coui ty. Oklahoma, by J
K. Ueorira (Irocery Corap-iny. a Corporation
Ihnt said Plalmlll has Died Us petition in sab
irfMirt, Biking Judgment aKalnst you nnd each
of you fur the turn of Ono Hundred and Tffo
DollanandFllty-ctgtit Cents (IffJ.W; that at
attachment nsi Issued out of said Court In aald
caio on the 13lli day ot January, 1913, nnd nn e
win by thr Sheriff of Ikviu-r CunlJ. Oklahoma,
levied on the fol!olux described real oitate
situated In Heater County, Oklahoma, to-wlti
Lot So. Threw () of the Southwet t Quartet
of Section No. Klullt(), t jnnsulp Ml (6), Itann
Twenty (20) K. C. M.t ,
mat uiues you nntwrr vai
bo To re tbenddayof .iprfl. 1
Kill be taken as truo (! Ju
Hgnlmt jou for tho siAn of (
That unlws you nnwer tall petition on or
1911. Mild petltli n
One Hundred an
Two Dollars and Fllty-eieht Cents (1I02.5S). ana
a further juUmeut adjudging1 that Plalntif.
bus a Hon on tho aliove described real estale
nndertiild a tiichmciit for the satisfaction if
said jmUnnnt. and n dcreu III be rendertd
foreclol!in said attachment lien nnd adjudgltu
nnddecreelnirth.it the said real rslate bo soli
in provided under said attachment tor the pay
ineiit of Hill judgiiitn'. and cost.
WltnrMmy hand and soul tnls 13th diy n
P. F. rncrrr.
Clerk DHtrlct Court.
V. H. OKtNSTKAn,
Attorney lor l'lnlutlff. 2-2U 3-6 3
Notice for Publication.
Peiartmeiit nt tile f nterior. U. S. Land Oilire
at Woodward. Oklahoma, February 1. 1913.
Notlco la hereby kU en that Finnk Lnngley, ol
Couch, Oklahoma, who, on February 9, HUP,
made llmnestoail Entry No. (H)701. for the Welt
!Ulf of the Stnuhei si Quarter of Section 7,
Tonnbi4 hoithof Iiang21, K, O M.I
Has tlle.1 notice ot intention to nmke Final
Tlir3Ytor Proof tuestnbllih claim to thelan
nboie derrlbid before Thomas P. Ilruldwood
V. S. ..'omniliHlni it. at bis olllce In Beaver, t'k
lahmiiu, on the 2th day of Murch, 1913.
Claimant Luuies as wltnestui. S, II, Mcyr.
JoeW. Ciuch 8.bnrDarrnndllodrick Ralne)
til of Couch, Oklahoma
:'-'JU 3'.'0 Oeo. D. Obneh. Itenl ter.
Notice for Publlcatbn.
Department of the Interior. 0. S. Land Offlci
at Woodward. Oklahoma. February S. IviK.
Notice h hereby given that Karl Wilton, ol
Couch Oklnhomi, uho.on Octotur 3, 1W4, madi
Homeitcnd 1 utry No. CWSit. for the West Hall
ot thc.NK H uiiu tlieKa't llslfof tho N W U o
Hoctlon ,Tonlishli 4 north of liaiuu ti K.C.ll
Has nied notlto of intention to maUo final Tbre.
Yoar Proof, to establish claim to tho lam
ahoro descrlUil, liefora O. V. Pruett, Clerk ol
the District Com t In ld olllco at Boater. Okla..
on tho Sstli d.i ot yarcb, 1013.
Claimant nuinoaaswltneiees! James A. Wo.
mack, Kurl Shores, an 1 Ira S, Wilson ot Couch,
and Hurry It Wooleiy, ot lliilko. OklahoiiiH,
2-So 3 21 UEO. D. OlINKK. ltesltter
Notice for Publication.
Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land orflce
nt Wo. dnrd Oklahoma, Februarys, 1913.
Notlto Is hereby elren that Hhward A. Wilton,
ot O tich. Oklahoma, who, on April 10, ltMJ,
mado llometteud Kniry No, 01MO, for tho SE '
of Section 30, Township 4 Noitb of Ilunffo It,
K. I'. M.
Has filed notice ot Intenttftitotnake Final Three
tnr Proof, toestabllsh claim to the hnd aboie
describoil, Ixifore O, F, Pruett, Clerk ot the Dis
trict Court In his olllce at Bearer, Oklahoma, on
the SSli day of March, 1913.
Claimant names niullniwe.: James A, Wo-
mack, Kirl Hhorei. Karl WIIon, and Ira b.
Wilson, nil nt Couch Oklahoma.
2-2U 3-2d (Jko, B. Outi, Itrgister.
Notice For Publication.
f Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land OlTlce,
UVodwnrd, Oklahoma, I'Jeemb r 10 1012.
(INotlce. I, hereby civen that Herbert C. (Imy
ot Hlrerslde, Oklahoma, who, til June 30, 1000,
made Hoimttend Kntry No. S34CO-0224S7, for
Lot 1. Hc'onJ, Tow i ship 2 North Haneo2V
W H SW U of Section 32, ami bE U SB U ol
SoctUn :tl- Towns'ilp 3 N- rtli or Hiinje VI
K. C. M,
.Has filed notice of Intortlon to make final fire
year Proof, to estnblMi claim to the land above
described, befura Thomas P. rtraldnoo.1, U. S.
Conunlsiloner. at hit office at Dearer, Okla., on
the 4th day ot February 101J.
Claimant name at wltneosi William A
I.ofilnir, John Tllttn, nud B It Steadman, all
o Itlrerslde, Oklal oiru, and Hoy Lostinv. ot
1-2 1--W3.W Oeo. D, Okxeb, Bettlster.
far children a. tun. No oslalm
We Can Collect your Notes and Accounts.
BEAVER GI5FW MOVEk.
J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.
Our house Is one of the BEST m town and first class In every respct t
Table supplied with the best the market afford and rates verv reasonable
Kvcrv innrny prtonilerl.
J. W. WKnil, PreIdem
The BANK OP
Capital 510,000 Surpwr J,600
Undivided Profits $3,497.64
Phone Bank No. 1 Bet Idenee No. 81
lame Bare, F. 0, Tracy, J7w. Webb,
Frank Laughrin, S. A. Laughrin,
R. H. Loofbourrow
Every Courtesy Extended
AU Trimmed Hats at Half Off Regular Prices.
Sweaters, One-Fourth Off Regular Price.
Underwear, Stocking Caps, Golf Gloves and Wool Mitts,
All at Greatly Reduced Prices.
You will And BARGAINS all over my Storo.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson.
Buy The Best?
We have the Best in Flour,
Feed, Notions and a full line of
Fancy and Staple
And yoi cen get it from
us for Less Money than you
pak.y 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
Carload of Wire
Barbed and Woven Wire
Good line of Wagons, Buggies and Im
plements, Shelf and Heavy Hard
ware, Windmills, Pumps and r
CARTER TF iCY HDW. CO.. nnver. Okln
JAMT.S BARK, Tice rietldent
JAMES H.CKADTHKK, Ass'iTanbler