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THE BEAVER HERALD
THE EDITOR'S WEEK
When we first assumed active con
trol of The Herald, as owner, we ap
propriated the week between IChrist
mas and New Years as our very own,
letting loose of business care for that
week and Issuing The Hernld only to
give publication to legal notices and
other advertising, making no attempt
to issue a regular caper. It is the one
week of the year when we can play
"hookey" from the routine of the
print shop and, so long as we wield the
niiill in this flnnetum annptiwnm .....
., ...... VH.,.U. Will, WU
expect to make it perpetual. Accord-!
ingiy, whs ween we are taxing our
mitici: of siinimi- sai.k ioim:
ci.oHtmi: In the District Court In anil for Beav
er County, Stat of Oklahoma.
William A. Long, Plaintiff,
Daniel M. Schmidt, ond J.inie Schmidt, hit
wife; John J. Iloole. Defendant!.
Notice of ShcrlfT'aSale-Forecloaure.
Notice la hereby eiven that In purauance of an
order of aale Iilued out of the Diatrict Court of
Heaver county. Oklahoma, on the 27th Jay of De
cember. 1922. In an action wherein William A.
Lone waa plaintiff and Daniel M. Schmidt and
I.lztle Schmidt, hla wife, and John J. Houle. were
defendanta, directed to me the underlined Sher
iff of Deavcr county. State of Oklahoma, com
manding me to levy upon and aell, without ap
praisement, the following deicrlbed property, to
wit: The Southeast Quarter of SectioVi Twenty-one,
TounihlpSIx North, of Range Twenty-one.
Kaat of the Cimarrcn Meridian, in Heaver Coun
ty, State of Oklahoma,
to latlif y a Judgment and decree of forecloiure In
favor of laid platntlfTand airalnat aaid defendanti,
obtained and made in laid court on the 26th day
of June, 1922, for the aum of 13072.40 and com of
115,85. and an attorney'! fee of 1308,00, with Inter
est thereon at the rate of ten per centum per an
num from date of laid Judgment until paid, and
accruing coiti, I will on the 27th day of January,
1923, at thecait front d.! of the court houie In
the town of ltcavcr in laid County and State, ofTrr
for lale and aell to the highest bidder for caih,
the laid property above described or ao much
thereof ai will aatlify laid judgment with Interest
Wltncia my hand this 27th day of December,
II. D. MUDGEWATER.
Sheriff of Heaver County..
Bute of Oklahoma,
l.oofbourrow & Loofuourrow
Ileaver, Oklahoma. 12-28 1-25 St
Attya. for Plaintiff.
Man Needs Much Air.
The average human being consume
207 cubic feet of air every 24 hours.
Dy a Matter of Weitern Fiction
By Zane Grey
Author of "The Lone Star
"The Heritage of the
One of the most stirring
and at the same time con'
vincing and pleasing
novels of the West is
"Desert Gold." It is
founded mainly on a re
cent border uprising, and
in its descriptions of bat'
ties with Mexicans, the
operations of raiders, of
prospectors and others
braving the perils of the
desert, proves that pop
tions of the West can
still yield adventures, as
exciting as anything that
happened in the old days;
that there stilj is a land of
gold, the development of
which is attended by dan'
gers and hardships suffi'
cient to tax the courage of
the moat venturesome
mortals. Along with the
intense, dramatic action
is a strong play of human
hearts in which love and
loyalty are ranged agrfinst
To Be Presented
Oldest Oklahoma Newspaper. Established 1886.
BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1922
The Birth of the! New Year
THOUGH every day is a new beginning, and so far as our person
al experience is concerned a "new year" may start any time,
there is something about the ending of December and the first
week or so of 'January that makes even the careless, thoughtful. The
passing year has brought both joy and sorrow what may not the next
have in store? Where shqll we be when the New Year bells fall on
our ears again? Who will be with us? Shall we be, ill or well? Dis
quieting questions that disturb our ease and make U8 inclined to fear.
We have blundered sorely, it may be, in the old year; some of its
pages are blurred with regret, or the sombre stains of remorse. And
no matter what happiness may have been ours, there is always some
thing we did or left undone which saddens us as we remember. Shall
we make the same mistakes once more, leave the same blotted
record? It is for us to say. 9
In all the years that have come and gone since the writer has
piloted the destinies of The Herald it would be absurd for us to say
we had made no mistakes for, we are only mortal and "to err is hu
man" but we will say, we have ever stood flat-footed for the thing we
believed to be right. It shall be our purpose to continue along that
line in the years to come. In the past we have received censure also
praise. We will doubtless be censured in the years to come, but, we
trust that we may conduct this paper in such a manner as to also re
ceive some commendation for worthy effort.
We could not hope to please all and retain any individuality. All
do not please us either. Let's just make the New Year a 50-50 prop
osition and here's wishing you and yours every happiness and pros
perity. THE EDITOR.
MRS. KOLTSKI NOT TO BLAME
Her Testimony Sho'ved That the D09
Had Deliberately Disregarded
Orderi She Qave Him.
Judge Oscar Ilnllnm, In Ills address
before the South Dakota Ilnr assocla-1
Hon, told thin good one:
"1 recall a case "f assault and bat-
tcry, against the l.oltskl family, ant
In the course of the examination It
developed that the Koltskl family doe
had taken an active part. Mrs. IColt
skl, when mi the siund, was asked If
she didn't Instigate the activities of
the dog, Shu Instattd that she did not.
Tho attorney nald: 'Didn't you say,
".Sic, 'em, Caesar)" for that was the
dog's-mimc. She said, 'No, I did not.'
"Tho attnriiey wild, 'You Mild some
thing to the dog?'
"She replied: 'Well, what If 1 dldr
"lie Instated; Toll us what you said
to the doc."
"She answered; 'Why,
"Don't sic 'em, Ciicir.""'
The Woman him a young college
graduate friend h Is Just entering
the business Held. I.mltae has poise
and educational background, which
she disguises beautifully by means nf
11 pair of big blue ojes, homemade
pink checks and a mop of bobbed
She does not kiwv whether to call
her latest experience a compliment or
Yesterday Miss Isabel, tho chiefs
stenographer, dashed Into Louise's of
fice, notebook In li'ind, and made for
the big dictionary, gasping In her
(light: "What 011 earth does m-o-d-u-a
"Method of procedure," suld Louise
neatly from her desk.
Miss Isabel snlfTcd faintly nnd dived
Into Webster. Vi moment she was
out ugiilu and looking dazed.
"It does mean method of procedure t"
mid she. "How on earth did you know
that?" Cltlnigu .lournul.
Hears Concert In Bed.
Tie acme of comfort and conveni
ence In the liourliif of wireless con
certs has been achieved by lloiiald
Ourd, 1111 nmnteiir operator of London,
Out. I'.y using 11 little originality he
Is now able to lie and listen to the re
production lu his cwn room of music
pliiTed 'several hundred miles nway.
lied springs solved the problem for
Mr, .(Jurd, who realized that the. sup
ports or his mattress made' excellent
terminal connectroiis. He capitalized
on tils knowledge by eliminating the
outdoor aerial wires over his home.
One end of the sprl'igs Is.grouuded and
the other end Is used for the attach
ment of the recehlng Instrument uul
the sound atupllllur. I
Shrunken Body Is Two Feet Tall, ''
'reserved belter limn many uu llgjp
Hun muiiiiny, a shrunken body of an In
dian cliler who died moreAthaii -UK)
jeiil ago bus been brought to the
United Slutes by .T111111 Kratlel, a IV111-.
vlnii engineer. The uiiiiiliiiy Is only tit-
Inches high, for the body was shrunk
. and presents! by a secret "pickling."
J process Known oiil, to Hie South Auier
!' lean Indian.
Tradition records that this Is tho
iniiniiny of Karriihn, a I'erinlnn chief
who led his tribe ag'ilnst the Spaniards
In JM.. The beads worn by Seiior Kra
tlel went found with the shrunken war
rlor. 1'iipiilitr Science Monthly. ,
-. .. .
Punllng the Critics.
Life becomes more aim more diffi
cult and we nliere that our present
iniislc critics casually drop lu a few
inch words m kIIsiiiiiI, mIiciimm In
our day positively all we hint lo go 011
ere artistry and musicianship nnd we
seemed In get iiwny with It all right.
Ohio Stale Journal.
y t& loan
on famm ami Masmh
At Lower Rates of Interest
. Wo Law.som
Fresh 3 Days Each Week
POTTED PLANTS AND FERNS
Send Orders Funeral Designs Special Care
S. A. A1ILLER & CO.
Polite Dlssembllrin Neeeiaarv
In social Intercourse truth Is more
of an cstranger than lletlou. Uoston
"Who's Who" a book In which oUi
ers see us as we see ourselves. Uos
ton Evening Trauscrlpt.
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