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Still our fine weather continue?.
District No. 100 has another week's
r.ic.ttlnn while our teacher attends the
Droomoorn Growers' Assacintion down
in llin i-aiterii part of Oklahoma. AW
did not Icitrii the town where they hold
their meeting. This with the holiday
vacatiun Jnt passed and another ine
In viuw when the teachers goto Beaver
to attend feachera' meeting given our
kiddles b good' long play spell and thry
ought to study with a hearty relish
when they do get down lo work again.
Mrs. I.awson was a cnllcr Friday
afternoon at Mrs Thomas'.
Joe Adams is in the neighborhood
agnin tn make some kind of final dis
posal of his farm here ucforo going to
New Mexico. The men folks will go
overland and get their houses In readi
ness, then return in the spring for the
women folks. We wish them success
in their new venture.
Mrs. Jimmy Adams called on Mrs.
It. D Thomas Monday afternoon.
I.oyd Linduner is staying with Mrs
Geo. Caskey while Geo. is away attend
ing the Uroomcorn Growers' Conven
tion. District No. 100 held another suc
cessful Spelling Bee Friday night.
Miss Tcntiio Kilpatrick carried off the
honors again as champion speller. They
had a line program and it was well car
Those delinquent mothers of the
club made good their credit on last
Wednesday when another bunch of
them taking advantage of the flno day
went in on Mrs. It. D. Thomas and
spent the day taking along n bountiful
supply of good thing to oat. JLhat is
right. Indies, any kindness helps her to
pass away those lonely hours and en
dears her iriends to her heart. How
blessed to know we are not forgotten.
Mrs. llattie KIdlon's brother from
Kansas is hero spending a part or per
haps all the winter with her and
Ira Martin, the Seeley medicineman,
was in our vicinity Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilensnn are shop
ping In LaKemp today, TueMlny.
Their friends have heaid from Mr.
and Mrs. Kiinyon staling they arrived
nt their destination in Indiana all 0.
K. and found his father yet alive.
Kobert Jackson and sisters, Martha
and Marie, went to North Fork to lit
erary Friday night.
Wiley Adams was a caller at Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas' Monday evening.
Jou Thomas was an over night viei
tor at Will Nester's Monday night.
Worms the Cause of
A foul, disagreeablo breath, dark
circles around the eyes, at times fever
ish, with great thirst; cheeks flushed
nnd then pale, nbdomen swollen with
sharp cramping pa'ns nro all indica-1
tlons of worms. Don't let your child
(.uller Klcknpoo Worm Killer will
givo sura relief It kills tho worms
while its laxative effect adds greatly to
the health of your child by removing
the dangerous and disagreeable effect
of worms and parasite from tho sys
tem. KicU'apoo Worm Killer as a health
producer should be in every household.
Perfectly safe. Buy a box today. Frice
2"ic. All druggists or by mail.
Klckapoo Indian Mod. Co. riilltt. or
father They are togothcr at Arcadia,
Messrs. TcrriU and G a fiord took In
the Inst poultry they could part with
this week. Mr. Tor rill is demolishing
liis half-dugout but improving his resi
dence by adding one more room.
It was a mistake that the new church
was reported to be ouThos. Fleming's.
It was so intended but plans wcro
changed and it was placed on Bro.
Friends of Arna Hertcr will bo glad
to hear he is well and hearty at Aurora,
Illinois. Ho was John Stibbs' lineman
for somo time and went northwest with
Arthur Lanu. lie says meals are too
fur apart out West.
G. B Bingham has added to his dairy
herd another fine. Jersey enw
Jan. 12, 1014. found T. II. I.nne, our
road boss, out making our roud west of
here passable for Ben Morris, our mail
carrier. Ben i large, his wagon light
and his load heavy so he needs a good
rottd. Those paying for tho prh liege
of being 21 and lees than 50 wen'
Messrs. James Stafford, Jrsi, Win. ntnl
Bon Thompson, Steve and Frank Nick
leson, Maurice Gnfford and Urnest
Brown, our blacksmith.
J W. Caley is adding to his farm a
new barn, Fritz Huberts and John
Evans are helpers.
A seven mile drive facing nn east
wind brought our teacher in ipilto cool,
The problem for class in fractions
was : A. B. and C sold a cow for $20.00,
what was each sharo; A receiving .
B receiving J4, and O receiving 1-6. T
L. How put it on tho blackboard Fri
day evening. The one for class in per
centage was: A brewery is worth 4 per
cent less than n tannery and tho tan
nery is 10 per cent more than a boat.
The owner of the boat has traded it for
75 per cent of the brewerr, having thus
lost $103.00 ; what is tho tannery worth?
No one being able to solve it, ho too
put it on the blackboard.
Mies Hazel Mendeuhall gave Mr.
How this problem If a bottle and cork
cost$l 10 and the bottle cost $1 00 more
than tho cork, what was the cork
worth? How's answer, .05c.
Olaronco GalTord gave one If 300
cats catch 300 rats in 300 minutes, how
long will it requiro 100 cats to catch
100 rats? How's answer, 300 minutes
Our sick, Mrs. Chockley and Mrs.
Lane, are improving,
A pie supper given by B. O. G. A
will be held at Caley vlllc' school houe,
one-half east of hero, Wednesday, Jan
uary 21st, 10H. Kveryone welcome
Bring your pockol books.
Mrs. M. M. Gillette of Marongo is
putting somo needed improvements at
Mr. Nell lias rented part of Mrs Gil
lett's place for broomcorn.
Mr. Mullnlz while working at his
windmill caught his foot. In h en
deavor to loosen it wrenched himself
causing quite a lot of suffering He
was a delegate to the state convention
of the B. O. G. A. We regret ho can
Karl Kendlc has left our county for
Alfalfa county. Wo regret to see him
go. Certainly a nice family and a
Mrs. 13. V. Maoy celebrated her 30th
anniversary of her birthday.
Ed Lano thinks he has at last struck
water. Ho goes next to Oscar Stibbs'
Ed has all his place listed and How
Maurice GaiTords' houso is raising
rapidly. His father and neighbor, A.
J. Stanton, are helping.
Among the last to thrash near hero
were Messrs. Fritz Roberts and G. B.
Bingham. T. L. How was to have
threshed his cane soed but did not get
the word in time
llarvcl Padgett of the H!cl School
referred the game of basket ball be
tween Forgan and Knowles atKnowlcs
On account of tho teachers' exami
nation and association Thursday and
Friday of this week, school will be
closed on those dates.
A number of our high school pupils
visited the r., 11 road grade north of
town Monday afternoon.
Ruby Seal, Esther Taylor, Enid
Miller. Pearl Caylor and Clarence
Tackett, who have been attending the
Short Course nt Htillwator tho past
week, returned to Beaver Sunday and
are again In their accustomed places
at the high sehool.
We worn corry indeed that tho Kel
ler family inve moved from nur coun
ty, a Mix three boys were among the
best pupils of our high school. The
m will immediately enter the Guth
rie Mk'i school, to which point the
family lius moved.
I'lie pupils of the graded school have
In en mounting some pictures the past
wvk, that they have been hanging in
their school rooms. This adds much
i'i the appearauco of the rooms. The
n'lpils are to be commended for their
The new Stato Commltteo will meet
immediately after the adjournment of
said Stato Convention,
In every precinct, the prcsont com
mitteeman shall call the meeting to
order. If he should bo absent, the
meeting shall bo callo.l to order by
somo person to be mutually agreed up
on by thnjo present.
Evory County Convention nhnll be
called to order by tho chairman of tho
County Committee, and thu State Con
vention will be called to order by the
chairman of tho State Committee.
Each such chairman will preside until
tho Convention has elected its own
Evory primary or caucus and every
County 'Convention, as well as tho
State Convention, shall elect its own
presiding ofllcer, as the first business
after the meeting shall have been call
ed to order,
AnTiiun II. GsissLcn,
Geo. II. Dodson, Stato Chairman
Secretary Republican Stato Cum
FARM LOANS-WE HAVE PLENTY OP
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS. THE
HIGH $$. THE LOWEST INTEREST
AND THE QUICKEST MONEY.
WRITE, PHONE OR SEE US.
Tho strongest prlnclplo of growth
Ilea in human choice. Ocorgo ElloL
Call for State Convention to
be Held at Tulsa, Okla
homa, February 12,
Oklahoma City, Jan. 3, 1011.
To tho Voters of The State of Oklaho
The election of November, 101 1, will
lie ono of the most important ever held
in this Stato. Citizons everywhere
realizo that a radical chango of Gov
ernment Is necessary in order to pre
vent the bankruptcy of this State and
in order to restore prosperity to its
people. In order to make their will
effective, the peoplo mut organize.
Political parties being indispenslblc
under a republican form of govern
ment.no good citizen should hesitato to
profess party allegiance. However,
thinking men will refute to no longer
follow their party when It ceases to
stand for the best interests of them
selves and their neighbors.
The Republican voters of the State
of Oklahoma feel that there should be
a political chango. As tho first step
to bring this about certain pre
liminary conventions will bo held
as hereinafter set out. Wu desire the
co-operation of citizens who hayo here
tofore been identified with other par
ties. Therefore, we invite, to partici
pation in these primaries and conven
tions, regardless of past party affilia
tion, all good citizens who are disposed
to co-operate with us in securing the
election of officials who will give us
honest, economical and competentgov
ernment. 8TATJ CONVENTION.
'In pursuance of this and by authori
ty of the Stato Committee, a Republi
can State Convention is hereby called,
to bo held at Tulsa, Oklahoma, on
Fobruary 12, 1914, at two P. M.. for tho
purpose of electing a Stato Committee
and the officers thereof and also for tho
purpose, of adopting suitable resolu
tions. Said Stato Convention will also tako
action on the question of readjusting
the representation in National Conven
tions, as submitted by the National
Committee for action by Republican
State Conventions of the Tarioua statcB.
Tho number of delegates to which
each County will be entitled at said
State Convention, shall bo the Bame as
at tho last State Convention held in
ncrt'IlUCAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
A Republican County Convention is
hereby called to meet at the Court
Houso In Beaver, Oklahoma, on Fob
ruary, 7, 1014, at 2 o'clock P.M., for
the purpose of electing seven delegates
to tho Slate Convention to be held nt
Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Fobruary 12, 101 1.
A precinct meeting Is hereby called
tn meet in each election precinct in
Beaver County on Saturday, January
31, 1911, at 3 o'clock p. m., for tho
rlurpofo of electing delegates to the
County Convention and for tho further
purpose of electing a mombor of the
County Central Committee.
Each precinct is entiled to the fol
Gate No 2
Bluegrast No 1
Bluegrass No 2
Logan No 1
Elmwood No 1
Elm wood No 2
Elmwood No 3
Balko No 2.
Kokomo No 1 .
Logan No 2 2 Kokomo No
Benton Nol.. 2 Florls No 1
Benton No 2 . 2 Florls No 2 .2
Knowles . . . .2 Pleasant View 1
BeavorNo 1... 8 Nabisco 2
Beaver No 2 4 G.Valley Nol '1
Grand Valley No 2 1
The County Convention shall elect a
member of the State Committee, and
also elect a member of the Congres
John W. Savaok,
Thomas P. BnAinwoOD,
Beaver, Oklahoma, January 12. 1914.
Confectionery anil Lunch Goods
I have just opened up for businoss with a new, clean
stoclr of fresh
Candies, Fruits, Groceries, Cigars,
Everything in the Bakery Line
SHORT ORDERS and
Will appreciate your patronage.
Peavir. Okla., Jnn. 19. 1911.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice la hereby given tbat ('. N. Lnsortr,
who was convicted uhd tentenend tn tho penl
tenllary for a termor Urn years In tho District
Court of Hearer County. Htato nt Oklahoma,
on the IStli day of December, 1012, for larren)
of domosticanlruals, nlllapply tn the Governor
of said State In Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, on
thxlnd day or March. 1911. for a parole.
J. W. CCLWCLb.
la 2-12 swk Attorney.
T. II. Lane was appointed road boss.
Jlr. Lanu is an old railroad constructor
nnd understands well how to handle
dlrtso we will expect better roads in
Mrs. Delbcrt Chockley Is quite sick
with inflammatory rheumatism and ty
Mrs, Ed Lane is quite sick but con
The snowstorm Friday night, January
0th, put a stop to listing on Ed Lane's
Jess Thompson has routed G. B.
Bingham's wheat field on thu Herter
place for pasture
Friday night the contest closed for
prize in arithmetic. All failed. The
problems were too far advanced. The
pupils wore not so far advanced as sup
posed by cleric of school hoard. An
other problem was given for next week
the class in fractions to compete for
Edward Ecklcs is adding looks and
comfort to his residence by plastering
and a new brick II uo.
The friends of Lon Stanley will be
pleased to know he will return to his
own place, two miles northeast of hers,
March 1st, no providential hindorance
and sorry to hear of the Illness of his
Warning to Mothers.
Trying to mako a left-handed child
uso his right hand often turns him Into
The total enrollment of the Beaver
school has reached 17"' pupils . The
average dally attendance tho past
week was 153,
The material is hore for tho play
ground equipment that Is to be in
stalled on thu graded school groundr,
and it will be installed within a few
days. There will be three swings of
different lengths; three pair of sus
pended rings; three perpendicular
bars; three teeter boards ; three swing
ing ropes and u cement sand box, ltj
feet squaro. '
I'rof. Scena B. Laughlln of the Law
rence Friends' Academy, will deliver
a lecture at the Ulgh Suhool Auditor
ium, Thursday evening, on tho subject
of Palestine. Ills lecture will be
illustrated with stereoptican Blldes,
l'rot. Lawlin taught near Jerusalem
tho past year, and has traveled exten
sively over tho Holy Land, Syria and
Egypt, Admission 15 and 25 cents.
The science departments have been
using the compound microscope the
past few days. They havo about 75
botanic and bacteriology mounted
slides that they have been examining.
This work is extremely interesting.
Adair. . .4
Alfalfa . . . 0
Atoka . . ..0
Ohorokoo. . . .6
Comanche . . .6
Cotton. ... I
Love . .... .2
Major . . .7
Marshall . 2
Nowata .... 5
Oklahoma .... 27
Osaga . 8
Woodward .... 8
Notice to Creditors.
fltateo Oklahoma )
Oouotyof Ueaver. ) SS
To the Crodltort of John V. Wooden, deceased
All persons having claims octifnit John W,
Wooden. decnsl. aro roqulrod to present the
same with tno necoMury touchers, to the un
drUnnd Administratrix, whota jxxtolllco ad
dren la f.orona, Oklahoma, wltliiu four
month of tho Ualo htraof, or the tame Kill bo
Dated this lftlti dsr ot January, 1911.
Alice A, Woodex,
1-1 2 5 It Administratrix.
State of Oklahoma,
Pushmataha . 2
Roger Mills ... 4
Sequoyah.. . 10
Stephens .... 4
Washington . 8
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Summons by Publication.
In the District Court la and for Said County
L. C. Ilunt, rialntlfl, )
Albert If. Krant, Defendant. )
The State of Oklahoma to Albert II, Orandt:
You are hereby notified tbat the Plaintiff, L.
C. Ilunt, did on the 8th day of January A. D
1911, tiled In the oltico of the District Court of
Iliilror Conutr. OMabonia, Ills petition uiklnn
fnra foreclosure of a certain leil oslato mort
gage against the .1IJ ilefoniUnt, and the
said defendant will furthor take notice
that this suit li hrouxht ior the fort
clojuro ot n oeruln real ostato mortgBKO
on the fcllonlni: described land In Heater
Coantr, State ot Oklahoma. n follows, to-wlt i
The South Uait Quarter of Section Nineteen,
tn TownshipTwo, Xorthof ltangeTtient)-.l'he,
Ei.it of the Clainrrou Meridian, la llfavor
Which mortcnge wai duly executed by said
defendant on tho lith day ot May, 1913, to so
onre the payment of a certain promissory note
of oxen date for the principal sum of Ulxleou
Hundred Dollars (SlimOO), and One Hundred
Sixty Dollar Attorney's fees and lnterent at
thu ruto ot eight per cent from tho 11th day ot
Tou are therefore notified that you muit an
swer or otherwise plead to tho said petition ou
or before tho nil day of March, A, D 1VU, or
said petition will bo taken as trua against you.
and a Jndirment will bo rendered against you
for the foreclosure of said inortKsiie upon said
lands to satisfy the Judsraont of the plaintiff.
Including Attorney's fees. Interest, eosts oud
accrued costs, and jou will bo forerer bar.
red and foreolosed from your rleht, title. In
terest, estate and equity of redemption In and
to the above described real estate, and that
said premises will be sold according to law, end
the proceeds arlslnn from the s.le of said land
applied to the payment of thu Indebtedness
found dni the plalntlll nml tile costs of tills
artlon, nnd all accruing costs.
Id witness whereof, I hate hereurto set my
hand and caiised the seal of said Court to be
affixed this tOth day of January, A. D, 1911,
IsiiLl O. F. PbCKTT,
Clerk of District Court.
DlCSSOM 4 BUSB,
Attstneys for riatotla, i-22 2 Saw
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