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The Beaver Herald
M(0 0. THOMAS, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVKBY TU UR8DAY
katr-edattbepostotliceat (InnTsr, Oklahoma.
at second cUti mull matter,
Advertising rate made known apon
application. Prloi reasonable.
Subtcrlptfon Price, S2.00 a Var
ELECTION or orriCERS
Bcavor Post No. 149 will meet Sat
urday night, January 0, 1923, to elect
and install officers for tho coming year.
All outside memberB wishing to
transfer to this Post can do so at this
time by paying their dues Into this
Post. All cx-scrvlcc men urged to
come and pay their dues.
FOB SALE-Onc Ideal Heater, Ono
Washing Machine also Sewing Ma
chine. Mrs. Ford,
12-14 tf Beaver, Okla,
Interlincrs, all sizes, Quick Service
Filling Station. 12-14 tf
Tho. r, Uraldwood. Thot..C. tlrmldwooj
BRAIDWOOD & SON
Prompt, Accurate and Reliable
Do a General Abalracl Dullness
Interllnere, all sizes, Quick Scrvico
filling station. 11-14 tf
Sewing Machine for salo. Will
sow anything and priced to sell.
Only $6.00. Mrs. Annlo L. Jones,
Tho Milliner, Heaver. 11-30-21
LOST Sack of Shorts, south of Ben
er, Saturday, Dec. 23. Phone E2.
12-28 2tpd S. S. STRONG.
TO MY CUSTOMERS
Gas and Oil will retail hero at the
lime price it does at the other pumps
In Beaver, regardless of what the price
It. I am delivering Gas, Kerosene and
Oil by truck When in need of same,
phone 223. Quick Service Filling Sta
tion. A. S. Foster, Prop. 11-30 tf
By4 Old Yearf'
Rit - '.A, lfefc J k "
fPOODBYE, Old Year!
Pursues another Flame,
the fickle World The big round moon and silver stars
That lighted up your skies
And Time the ruthless, changing Time Will shine upon as many loves
Will now erase your name; In just as many eyes.
And yet your younger rival with
His aspect bright and new
Is but an unread version of
The hopes we had in you.
The apple-blossoms of his Spring,
The little seeds that lie
Deep buried in the Heart of Earth,
Will live again and die.
He, too, will give die warmth of Sun,
And days of slanting rain,
As he deals out our yearly share
Of happiness and pain.
And 'he will bring the fragrant June
When crimson roses nod,
And hurry through the Summertime
To flaunt the goldenrod.
The painted pathway of his Fall
Will be with clouds o'ercast,
Because his Winter "footsteps reach
The Portal you have passed.
Good-bye, Old Year! we loved you well;
We found your treasures dear,
uut you nave aiea as monarens aiei
And so Long live die Year!
9fcn Terrtll J, in N. Y. 77myJ
Developing the Brain.
Menial health ineuns mental diges
tion. The better the brain the better
the digestion, of, course, but the most
ordinary brain can, by carefully con
sidering what the eyes and ears bring
It, become better and more fully de
veloped, and of much greater use to
Its owner. John Male Id Chicago
These Things Try
the Toughness of
1. Hard, fast driving
2. Rough roods
3. Mud and dust
4. Infrequent testing
5. Lack of water
6. Long tours
7. Much stopping and starting
8. Cold weather
9. Hot weather
10. Poor carburetlon
11. Stiff oil
12. Tight motor bearings
13. Short circuits
14 Loose connections
1 5 Generator out of adjustment
10 Generator worn or dirty
1 . Distributor worn or dirty
1 " Exces'we use of lights
1 Lcote hold-downs
' Electrical devices added be
yond capacity of battery
Beaver Batl. G Elect. Co
H.N. CROSSI.EY, Mr
Beaver. Okla. ,
iTILiACED K7HIir.Il INSULATION!
i WOOD SEPABATORS)
Our Resolution for the
To strive to give the customer bet
ter service, continuing to have
j Courteous service, backed by offi
cers that have spent their
entire business career
in this business
We trust and hope that the New Year may
prove one of health, wealth and happiness
to every one
Oldest and Strongest Bank in Beaver Co.
A Home Institution for the Home People
Butter, Lard, Pickles, Cheese
CasK Paid for Hides and Furs
FRESH OYSTERS AND VEGETABLES
EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY
W.G. STR ANATHAN. Prop.
HUMPHREY a JUDD
Farm Loans, Insurance, Real Estate
We make it Easy with Our Liberal Farm Loans.
Ueaver, .... Oklahoma
Hunters, T$ke Motieel
All hunters are warned to keep!
off of my premises, tinder penalty
of the law. Violators will be pros
ecuted. FRANK MAPLE f
THE HOME OF REGISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE
Herd of Solect Cows
Corlelyou 2d, 561773
Beau Ohlbcrg, 743556
Gy Lad, 791395
Choice Stock fir Salo
Eyerdale Stock Farm
Chas. Eyer, Proprietor
,R. F. D.
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NOTICE KOIl rUIIMCATIOX
Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office, at
Guthrie, Oklahoma. December 18, 11(22,
Notice U hereby Riven that Joseph Slovaeek,of
Booker, Texas, who, on November 6, 1619, made
Homcatead Entry No. 0 12723, for Southwest
Quarter ofBectlon 29, Township 1, North, of
Range 24, Eit of the Cimarron Meridian,
Has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three
Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before Thomaa P, llraldwood, a U, 8.
Commit tloner. at Beaver, Oklahoma, on the 27th
day of January, 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William You n ir. L. B. Ga-ton, Wlllard Carton,
of Booker, Texan, O. Hooirendoorn, of Elmwood,
J. B. CAMPBELL, Register.
12-21 1-2(1 tt
State of Oklahoma, Heaver County, SS
In tho District Court Within and for
Hnld County and Mate
First National Hunk of Chicago, Illi
nois, a corporation, 1'lalntlff
vs. No. 3063
i:iln Ttnchstotlcr, Paulina Hochstetler,
Martha i'.i Klncald and J, II. Lone
The said defendants, i:ilns Hoch
stctler, Paulina Hochstetler and
.Martha K. Klncald, will take notice
that they have been sued in thn
above entitled causo by the plaintiff,
ttuu mm uiey muui appear anu answer
the petition of the plaintiff on or be
fore thn zth day of January, 1923,
or said petition will be tnken m trim
and Judgment rendered according to
tne prnyor inercor, town, that plain
tiff be awarded ludament In thn mini
of tl.72S.00 with Interest from Novem-
oer ii, lazz, at mo rate of 8 per cent
and a sum .equivalent to 10 per cent
of tho whole sum as attorney's fee,
nnd costs, and that the. same lm in-
creed to bo a first mortgage Hen
nnd snld lien foreclosed upon th
following lands and nremiscs Inrnlnl
and situated In Heaver County, State
of Oklahoma, towlt:
Northeast Quarter of Section Fif
teen (IB), In Township Four (1)
North, Ilango Twenty-seven (27j Kant,
Cimarron Meridian, containing 100
acres, more or loss, of all of which
you will take due notice nnd crnv.
ern yourse'ves accordingly.
witness rny nana anu seal or said
Court nt Ueaver. Oklahntnn. thin It
day of . December, 1922.
JKSSIE K1JITII 8TBWAIIT.
Court Clerk of Heaver Coun
ty, State of Oklahoma.
Ily JESSIE MAE FICKEL,
Wilson. Tomerlln & Threlkeld,
UKianoma city, oxia..
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
12-14 13-28 3t
notick or siiniurF balk I'oun-
In Thn District Court In And For Doav
er County, State of Oklahoma.
The Tioneer Mortgage Company, "a corporation,
Albert A. Zlrm, et al, Defendants.
Notice of SheriiT'a Sale Foreclosure,
Notice la hereby given that In pursuance of an
order of sale issued out of the office of the Clerk
of the District Court, in and for Beaver County,
State of Oklahoma, on the 27th day of December,
A. D 1922, In an action wherein the Pioneer
Mortgage. Company, a corporation, was plaintiff,
and Albert A. Zlrm, and Clara A. Zlrm, hla wife.
N.L. Griffin. L. A.Curtis. Lawrence A. Curtis
and Arietta Curtis, his wife. Ch&rlc C, Devote
and Bertie. L. Deyore. bis wife, and C L, Leiter.
were defendants, directed to me the undersigned
sheriff of Beaver county, Oklahoma, commanding
me to levy upon and sell, without appraisement,
the following lands and tenements, to-U:
The Northwest Quarter of Section Nine, Town
ship Two North, of Kange Twenty-seven, East
of the Cimarron Meridian, In Beaver County,
to satisfy a judgment and decree of foreclosure
in favor of said plaintiff and against said defend
anta obtained and made in aaid court on the 2Cth
day of June. 1922. for the aum of 1624.73, and
costs of S37.SS and an attorney's fee of $10.00.
with Interest thereon from date of said Judgment
at the rata of ten per centum pr annum, until
paid, and the accruing costs of sale; and for a
further judgment and decree of foreclosure la
favor of aaid defendant and cross-petitioner C. L.
Leiter, obtained and made In aaid court on the
Stlhdayof June. 1922. for the sum of S2025.CO
costs and accruing coste of sale, and an attorneya
fee of S22S.00 and the aaid judgment bears Inter
est from date of rendition until paid at the rate
of seven per centum per annum;
And that said writ further commands me to
levy upon and sell, without appraisement, the fol
lowing lands and tenemonts, to. wit:
The Northeast Quarter of Section Nine, and the
West Half of the Southeast Quarter and the
East Half of the Southwest Quarter of 'Section
Nine, all in Township Two North, of Range
Twenty-seven, East of the Cimarron Meridian,
in Beaver County, Oklahoma,
to satisfy said judgment in favor of cross-petitioner
aa above stated; I will on the 27th day of
January, 1923. at the hour of 10 o.clock a. m of
aaid day, at tho east front door of the court house
In the town of Beaver, in said County and State,
offer for aale and aell to the highest and best bid
der for cash the property above dsscribed or so
much thereof as will satisfy said judgmenta with
Interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 27th day of December,
It. B. Bridgcwater,
Sheriff of Beaver County.
State of Oklahoma.
Loofbourrow and Loofbourrow.
Beaver, Oklahoma. 12.28 1-25 tt
Attorneys for 1'lalntlff.
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money to loan on farms,
lowest rates, quick money and
I represent the Newton State Bank
& Trust Co., Newton, Illinois.
Write or call on me If you want a
First door North of Court House
Interlincrs, all sizes, Quick Service
Fillinr; Station. 12-14 tf
Col. d. A. SANDERS
Twcniy Years in Live Slock
Will Handle Your Sale Paper
Make Date at this Office
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