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DR. O. NOBCLL
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Ufa, OeaMr, fsssnslnli. tbmorrholde,
E. 0. Nicholson, D. D. S.
-Everything in Modern Dentistry.
BEAVEB ONLY OFFICE.
Office Hours 8 K to 12 :00, 1 :00 to 6 :00
LQOFIQURRUW I RIZLEY
Office at Court House
L. S. MUNSELL, M. D.
Calls answered promply
by atrtomobile to all parts of
Come to me for Glasses
Dr. M. H. Levi
Physician and Surgeon
All Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Work Done Sclontlflc
Fitting of Glasses
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money to loan on farms,
lowest rates, quick money and
I represent the Newton State Bank
A Trust Co., Newion, Illinois.
Write or call on me if you want a
II. 8 JUDY
Room 5, P. 0. Bldg.
At my home. All kinds of
MRS. JOHNNIE M. JONES
Phone 117 Beaver, Okla.
arsve's Tasteless chill Tonic
destroys the malarial terms which are transmitted
to the blood by the Malaria Wosqulto. Price tOo.
In use lor over 40 y ears t
letters from women, tell
ing of the good Cardul
has done- them. This it
the best proof of the value
of Cardul. It proves that
Cardul is a good medicine
There are turmful or
haMt-tormlag rugs to
oaly of mild, mtdtdaal
tagredieats, with aobad
The Woman's Tonic
You caa ralv oti Cardtti.
Surely it will do for yon
whalM haa doac for to
saaaythousaeds, of other
woaual It should help.
"I waa taken sick.
seMd to be ... ,"
wrHesMrs. Mary E.Veste,
otMadiso Heights, Va.
"1 got'dowa so weak,
could hardly walk . . .
Just staggered around.
... I read of Cardul,
a4 after takiag one bot
tle, or before taUag quit
all, I fett (Buch better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, aad waa able to
do my work. I take it in
the apriag when nut-''
dowaV 1 tad ao appetite,
aad I coatmeaced eatiag.
It is the best toalc I ever
taw." Try Cardul.
tJ i aU.
1115 2 -M " . on Satyr-
J?DaJralunl5tt.'. "i! far tha wheat.
around wai wy dry " M ,B
JUS... M. ,"?." ..
Saturday night. ,Mlay Boo,ho
Tii?r. ml. Mr- Macy was calllna- on
y-l'W"1"1" a'fternSoSr "
Mrs. Erlckson passed away Batunl.x
mVnlL" A1?1, h0rt '"" S pSu.
. i ira:::" "'rM-
as 'her sl.t7r hid died jus two Seek.
munuy-jn' thiTr sa'5 affliction?"" Cm"
Macy a young folks spnt Sunday af-
tornoon with Nellie and Manlay llootht
hiSme. n,vc.Jhe Influonaa eaat o? SS
"iJl0" ,n thls neighborhood
naiiinV. ;. .i .."" "" 'toward were
dav 25 ' e Hcnry MarUn homo Sun"
lAtA trnflt la -!... a. ..
.n .1. " "" io matte more
iook out for the frost.
Irvlll Vnlltin - .a ..
., , " unti wiie, niao Joo
Howard took dinner at Henry Martin's
h.iAiJl0 Mr- "", J-tTr Koblnaon were
helping care for the Hick at Mr. Brick-
.-.., ..ui,U in Ino liootno home.
1,5 r"'.a"ndon Is foiling much better
than she has felt nil summer for which
i ...v WIUI1KIUI. K
.. Ko mn" " Monday as tho river wns
"I' "J" they could not closs.
Will Ilcnxan and family of Lnkemp
wero Hjnday vlaltors nt the Neff home
UllllA n. rnlil tvntin i..iti, a.-i..
"now on Friday night and Saturdny
-nil mining wun nigh wind from tilt
Messrs. Martin, Young and Howard
made n business trip to Beaver on
Mrs. A. E. Sldenberder, Ilockfleld,
Ind., state: "For nn attack of bron
chial (rouble which usually assails
me In the spring I find Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy the only thing that
gives mo relief. After using It for
a few days all signs of bronchial
MMMI IIP "Till! lll(
J-'rantlc nppenlx are icolnif from the
llllnmn.HoliertHoii machine hendquar
tera in thla city to the faithful over the
atato to "for Unud'H sake" line up tho
"lioyH." TIichc appeala nre the result
of n-porta received at machine head
luartera from every noctlon of the
atato that there la n (Ilniiosltlcm nn the
part of the people to vote for a change
lieeuUHo of the uxelenH extrnvaicancus ol
tho last three iidinlnlHtratlonn and
cppeclally of tho Wllllama reelme which
has cost the tax payire of tho atnte tho
cuormoiia turn of $27.000.000 -enouich
i.ioney to run tho state efficiently for
twice four years. It Ih Bald that tho
vkiuiamH-iioDertson machine crowd had
honed to tret by thlH time without mnk.
ine any promlsoH of additional Jobs to
the "boya" who ato still hungry, bellev
lug that somewhere there would be a
limit bejond which the voters would
not let them bo, but within the last
few dnyx It haa been thought best to
take it chance nt the wrath of (ho pen-
I ile1 and nee If a few more Join could not
) provided for the ftllow s who other-
wine will not "get busy." The last jcar
new jodb nave neeti nuiieu to ii
amount of S262.000 three times the
combined salaries pild to all of the
elective state orricers!
Hut something has to he dona and the
Willi. imn-HohertHOti machine w 111 not
hesitate to put Into operation any plan
or scheme, however, much It may
eventually cost the tax payers, to con
tinue In control of the flnanc.es of the
CAN NOW EAT AND SLEEP In COM-
If troubled with indigestion or
sleeplessness you should read what
Miss Agnei Turner, Chicago, III., has
to say: "Overwork, Irregular meals
and carelessness regarding tho ordi
nary rules of health, gradually, un
dermined it until last fall I became
a wrecK or. my former iwir. i sutler
ed from continual headuche, was uu-
ablo to digest my food, which seemed
to lay as a dead weight on my stom
ach. I was very constipated and my
complexion became dark, yellow and
muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was
added to my misery, and I would
awake' as tired as when I went to
sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's
Hablets and found such relief after
taKing mem tnat l Kept up tne treat'
ment for nearly two months. They
cleansed my stomach, Invigorated my
and sleep in comfort. I am today en
system, and since that time I can eat
Dr. Levis Next Date Nov., 8
Dr. M. II.- Levi announcer, that his
next regular visit to Beavei will be
on the above dato, at wnicn time ne
may be aeen at the Mercantile
FOR RENT Four room house.
close in, good water, good yard. In
quire at .The Herald office. 8-15 tf
Ohevrolet Roadster for sale, (400 00
cash or three month! time. Inquire
at Phelps Bros:, garage, Beaver. 0-19tf
Lost On the road, Dhe.nille.eait of
the State road, between my pjaco and
Rmvat . atlvnr wntAh 'with 1..1h.r
string attached. N'bUty The HeralJ. or
J. E. AVIIsod, Beaver, for reward.
' Oar for Sale $400.00, will consider
horse .and single harness and buggy in
deal. A. O. Thomas, .Be avor, Okla.
For Sale Kafir eorn In tho bundle,
well headed. Inquire It. E. Williams,
Riverside. 10-31 ' 11-7 2t
L. L. LONG
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
HEAVE. - - OKLA
Wa'ofrer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any caa. of Catarrh that cannot b.
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been take
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
re yean, and has become known aa th.
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Haifa
Catarrh Medicine acta thru the Blood ea
th. Mucous surfaces, expelling tha Poi
son from th. Blood and healing the dis
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a.
great Improvement In your sen.rai
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at one and get rid of catarrh. 8m
Ssr teetlmoBlalf. itm.
U by sM DrueHsts. c
.SL"Jitov ,0i "' AH Mm
cnopli have been clotod on account of
This community was shocked on Hun
?' when word u recolved thai Henry
Uouglaa had passed away on Saturday
night, after a ahort Illness He was
stationed at Camp Oreenleaf, Georgia,
-Hlj remains arrived home on Thursday,
Jennie lloothe Bundayed at the
uaggely home near Klemwood.
1.9t"LrBe Howard haa been on the alck
list the past week.
Pruda Stafford and Audra Oafford
spent Surfday atfernoon with Nellie
The A. H. C did not hold their meet
ing' on Wednesday on account of sltk
nraa. Mr. Valentine lost a good horfce one
day last week from blood poison.
Joe Howard Is helping Irvln Younir
with his fall work.
Jennie flhlnner spent Wednesday
night with her slater, Mrs. Kster Hum
gartner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Howo were calling
at the Frank Smith home.
Laura Valentine has been alck the
The M lines Howe called at the Dooth
homo Saturday evening.
Stella Valentine la visiting at her
Mr. Hvcrs and family spent Hunday
at the Klepper home.
Mr. Orosnos nro leaving Heaver coun
ty nnd expert to locate In Idaho. Wish
them success In their new home.
Fannie Hide leaves tomorrow for her
home In Eastern Oklahoma. Wo wish
her a safe Journey.
Mr. aiandon gave the A. It. C. alx
brooms to bn aold at Mr. Hrand's sale,
which brought t6. They sure were ftno
brooms. He believes In helping, al
though ho Is quite old und Mother (llan
don has been poorly most all summer.
Joe Howard Is hero visiting Mb
sisters, Mrs Young nnd Mrs. Martin, He
Is from ''msas
Mr. and Mrs Tlay needs -re the proud
parents of a fine boy. Wan born Satur
day All doing fine.
The itate hlxhwny department has a
traveling fund ol $19,000 The StKls
latum appropriated J169,700 to run tho
department, which most t. Jlnary uuople
bellevo Is almost as useless as the
vermiform appendix. It collects the
state automobile llc-iinerf, keeps 10 per
cent and returns (he rest to tho varlouH
counties. To date It hns kept $250,000
of tho nutomobllo owners' money.
Horace tl. Mclveovcr piomlses to change
the method of handling the automobile
licenses and mnke this department a
Useful Institution when he la elected
governor, und will apply tho "work or
ugni oruer to itsnorucs or employes.
III. UK octss
The election of otWcarn for thn Tied
Crosi has boon postponed until Novem
Miss Velora Stevens came In from
Oordwell Monday. Oct. 14. where nl.e
Is attending high school. The school Is
cloned for u couple of weeks on acjo.int
of the "Spanish Flu."
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Qoo. Davis, fun
day, Oct. 13, a baby girl.
MIsrch Kula, Kata and Audrey Stev
ens were the guests of Miss Velora
Stevens Thursday, Oct. 17.
The Fair View gospel tenm held
prayer mooting nt tho Fuller homo,
Thursday evening. Oct. 17.
Mr. and Mrs. C ll. Moyer are the
proud parents of a baby boy, Robert,
who arrived Sunday, Oct. 20.
F. A. Stevens nnd family spent Sun
day. Oct. 20. at the Fuller home.
Mist crla ntevons Is reported much
Improved nt this writing.
Iho David Miner sale, cast of Speer
nioore, Wednesday, Oct. 16, was well
attended Everything selling nt a rea
sonable price. The Plan View lied Cross
ladles served l'inch.
De.ui Spear lu seeding broomcorn In
this part of the neighborhood .this
Mrs. Earl Hoplngardner and brother.
Dean Kpenr, went, to Woodward, Sun
day, Oct. 20. to visit Mrs. Hoptngard
ner's hUKbands, who haa been at that
nlace In the hosnltnl fur th nmt mnnfh
belnir tr.nlpfl fnr nfinnnrllM... utwt .,..
serious ailments. He Is Improving very
Mr. nnd Mrs A. V. Fuller and Ml nnd
Mrs. F. A. Stevens called on Tom
I,aniunon Sunday, evening, Oct. 20.
.Tnritaln T.ontri Qnhn1lAnhnnA iltiiti
wvuwau uvuu MVllWIIUUIinibCI, UUU5U
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Schollenbarger
wno uve west oi uray acciuentiy reil
In the water tank while playing at
homo Saturday mornlnr. Oct. 19th
and wns drowned. The little child
wns born the 8th of March, 1917,
thus being ono year, nine months and
11 days old. Sho leaves to mourn
father mother, S brothers, and one
Services wero held at the homo
oft J. N. Schollenbarger Sunday af
ternoon Oct. 20th by Rev. Claude Bry
an, of Gray, after which she was laid
to rest In the Gray Cemetery.
K. A. Swlger has been In this com-
mutiny me pant wuck seeding broom
Mrs. Elisabeth. Stadts has been visit
ing at ner uromers. A. Meyer, or Couch
the past two weeks.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barnes,
Oct. 12, a One baby girl.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shepherd,
Oct. 14. a lino baby girl.
. V. W. Haydcn and family spent Mon
day evening at H. C. Nichols'.
Mlsa Lillian Dowers, Bud McCurdy,
Mlsa Clara Maynard and Leon Hayden
spent Sunday with Miss Maynard. sis
ter al La Kemp.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Law and family,
Hr !"? Mra- B- " 'aw and family.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stoats, Mr. and Mrs. v.
W. Hayden and family and Miss Leta
Husted spent Sunday eve at A. Myers'.
Ima Ford has been staying the past
week at J. N. Htney'a.
B. P. Ilayden made a trip to Liberal
Pskw Cured hs t.14 Days
' ' CI.OSUHF. V '
State of Oklahoma, County of Heaver, as
Notice Is hereby given, that In pursu
ance of an order of sale. Issued out of
the District Court of Denver County,
State of Oklahoma, on the 28 dny of
Oct., 1(18, In nn action wherein J. E.
Spurrier waa plaintiff and C. II. Brown,
Zola Brown, Jno. T. Douglaa. Oscar
Huff and the Spauldlng Mfg. Co . were
defendants directed to me the uader
signed sheriff of Beaver County com
manding me to levy upon, and sell the
following described property Lota ono.
Two, Three, Four, Five and Six, In block
Beventy-four, In the town of Beaver,
Beaver County, Oklahoma, to satisfy a
judgment and decree or foreclosure tn
favor of said plaintiff and against said
defendants obtained and made in nuiri
court on the 1st day of April, 1918, for
wi? rum oi 4ji.i. inree Hundred
Thirty-seven and 47-100 dollars and
tost. S6( 5S with Interest thereon at lh
rata of 10 per cent from the 14th day of
fliaj, iii, ana coat, accruing; I will on
the 2nd day of December, 1918. nt the
hour of 2 P. M of. said day at the Enst
front door of the Court House In tho
City of Beaver In said county and state
offer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash tho property above de
scribed or so much thereof as will balls
fir Bald Judgment with Interest and
Witness my hand this 28th day. of
October, 1(18. v
J. B. COUCH.
E. B. GAnDNEIt.
. M Deputy Sheriff.
Loofbnurrow and nistey.
Attys. for Plaintiff.
10-11 11-21 St '
Vote for Moroe ImereU-Stef-iea
is a Isaac Maa, '
P ""ff- isaa.wsssjBa
mmi.iimj iwmi tvtom ruse, ana
mum 9tmti hw um mm puoBUOl
'fjlitats -UfMt'f M
Notice -a Hereby aiven. Tkat In Pur
suance or an Order of Bale, lesued'oui
of the District Court of Beaver County,
state of Oklahoma, on the 8th day ol
October, 1(11, In an action wherein
Itobert Newberry waa plaintiff aim
Perry Lundy waa Intervenor and Alpha
rtoudabush, Maude Houdabuah. Vm. II.
Taylor and Mary J. Taylor were de.
fendants directed to me the under
signed sheriff of Deaver County com
manding me to levy upon, appraise and
sell the following described propert
South half of BEH of Section three In
township three, north of range twenty
eight E. q. M. In Deaver County, Ok
lahoma, to satisfy a Judgment and de
cree of foreclosure In favor of said
plantltfs and against said defendants
obtained nnd made In said court on th
8th day of April. 118, for the sum ol
$974 75, Nine hundred Seventy-Four and
75-100 and costs $11195 with Interest
thereon at the rate -of 10 per cent from
the date thereof and taxes paid by
Plaintiff upon land and costs accruing;
1 will on the 9th day of November, 1(18,
at the hour of 2 P. M . of snld dny n'
the Bast front door of thn courthouse
In the City of Heaver In said county nnd
state offer for sale and sell to the high
est bidder for cash the property nbove
descrlbut or so much thereof as will
satisfy satd Judgment with Interest und
Witness my hand this 5th day of
J. 11. COUCH.
k. n. aAitnNr.it,
10-10 11-7 5'
NOTICE or SA1.H OF I.AMIN lINIII'.lt
Notice Is horcby gU:n, that In pur
suance of a writ of execution Issued out
of ifcr o'ork's olllco of the District Court
In ni.d for Woodward County, State of
Oklahoma, on the 28 day of Sept., 1918,
In nn nctlon wherein II. T. Polndcxter
waa plaintiff and George II. ilealy. was
defendant, commanding me to levy up
"ii property belonging to said defend
ant George II. Healy sufficient to satis
fy, a Judgmont rendered In said nctlon
In favor of H. T. I'olndexter against
Oeorire 11. Ilealy forhe sum of ISS4 83
with Interest thereon from the date of
judgment, tne zo nay or June, 1914, and
costs nnd attorne)s fees. $10 35 and
accruing costs. I hnvo levied upon cer
tain lands and tenements belonging to
said George II. Ili.aly not exempt from
saie unacr execution, lor want or goons
and chattels of the satd George II,
Healy towlt: the fiKVi and the 10 H of
the KWVi of section 10. township 4.
north of range 26 11. C, situated In said
Henvor County, Oklahoma, nnd have
duly fuured snld land nnd tenements to
be appraised according to law nt $1200
subject to leln of $480, now, therefore,
notice Is hereby given, that In pursu
ance of the commands of said writ I
will offor for sale and soil for cash to
the highest bidder, said lands nnd tene
ments, or to much thoreof as will satis
fy the said Judgment and costs on the
zd nay or Nov., mix, at z r, m or said
day, at the Kast front door of the court
houso In the city of Heaver In suld
County and Stnte.
Wltnoss my hand this 14 day of Oct.,
J. B. COUCH.
Uy K. U. GARDNUlt.
10-24 11-21 Ct
NOTICi; OF NAI.H OF I. A MIS VNI1KH
Notice Is hereby given, that In uursu
ance of a writ of execution Issued out of
the clerk's olllce or the District Court In
and for Woodward County, State of Ok
lahoma, on the 28 day of Sent.. 1918. In
nn nctlon wheroln Noyes-Norman Shoe
Co. was plaintiff nnd Oeorco H. Healy
wns defendant, commanding me to levy
upon property belonging to said de
fendant George H. Healy rufflclent to
satisfy a judgment rendered in said ac
tlon In favor of Noves-Nnrman Shoe
Co. against George 11. Healy for the
sum of $568 40 with Interest thereon at
0 per cent from the date of Judgment,
the 20 day of June. 1914. and costs nnd
attorneys fees , $10,45 And accruing
costs. I have levied upon certain lands
and tenements belonging to said Qeorire
It. Healy not exempt from salj under
execution, ror want of goods nnd
chattels of the said Gcorire II. Healv. in
wit: NM, n( .motion 10, township 4, north
range ?fl E. C. M. situated In snld
Heaver County, Oklahoma, and have
duly caused said lands nnd tenements
to lie apralseu according to law at
$1600 subject to mortgage of $640. now.
therefore, notice Is hereby given, that
In pursuance of the commnnds of snld
writ, I will offer for snle and sell for
cash to the highest bidder, said lands
And tenements, or so much thereof ns
will natlsfy the said Judgment and costs
on the 25 day or Nov. 1918. at 2 P. M..
of nald day, at the East front door- nf
tno court nouse in the city or Beaver in
said County and State.
Witness my hand this 14 day of Oct,
By E. B. GARDNER.
KOTICR OF HALF. OF LANDS VNDRR
Notice I. hereby given, that In nurau
ance of a writ of execution Issued out
nf the clerk's office of the District
Court In and for Beaver County, State
of Oklahoma, on the 10 day of Sept.,
1(18, in an action wherein R. H. Rosa
waa plaintiff and C. L. Petty waa de-
renaani, commanding me to levy upon
property belonging to said defendant
C. L. Petty, sufficient to satisfy a Judg
ment rendered In said action In favor
nf R. H. Ross against C. L. Petty for
ine sum or siois.zs wun interest mere
on from the date of Judgment, th. S
day of April, 1918, and costs and at
torneys fees, $1(0 and accruing cost, I
have levied upon certain lands and
tenements belonging to said C. L. Petty
not exempt rrora sale unaer, execution,
for want nf roods and chattels of the
aald a L. Petty, towlt: SEW of section
i. townsnip z, range zi n u. n. suuaien
In, said Beaver County, Oklahoma, and
have duly caused said lands and tene
ments to be appraised according to law
at $1800 subject to $600 .mortgage, now,
therefore, notice la hereby-'given, that
InpUfuanee of 'the commands of said
writ, I will offer for salu and' sell for
caah to the highest bidder, said lands
and tenements, or so much thereof, as
no tenements, or so mucn inereot. aa
ill satisfy said Judgment aptt'costs
n'the 25 day .of NovmSraUtiT, M..
f said day, at the East front door of
the court house in the city of Beaver
In said County and State.
Witness my hand this 14 day of Oct.
J. B. COUCH.
By E. B. OARDNER.
Dickson and Dickson,
Attv. for Plaintiff.
10-24 11-21 St
NOTICE OP SKTTI.HMENT OF AC
COUNT State of Oklahoma, Beaver County, 88.
In The County Court
In The Mater Of The Estate Of William
is. iv iinviii ucvancui
Notice Is hereby given Ida M. Wil
son? the duly appointed Executrix of
the estate of William H. Wilson, de
censed, haa rendered and presented fnd
settlement and filed In said court her
nnal account and report of her admin
istration aa such Executrix and her
petition for distribution or aald estate,
and for her dlacharge. and that Mon
day the 11 day of November. 1(18. be
ing a day of the regular term of court
towlt, at the October term, A. D, 1918,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at the. county court
room In the "city, of Beaver In said
county .and for the 'settlement of said
account, ahd'fdr hearing aald petition,
at which time and place any person in
terested In .aid estate may appear and
fll. exception Jnwrltina1 to (he Account
In teatlmonv whereof. I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the seal of
said court, tnia 17 aay or uci mis,
JOHN A. BPOHN,
Attest! C. C. DEGRAW.
(Soal) Count Clerk.
By JEHflIB KEITH.
M-4 te-st it
MAHWMO ft SON
Prf)t. Accsrstc ait) MtaMc
D (kseril Abitrtct
Ham D. Tfk Un Wi ft
Funeral Directors. Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON. Ia Charge .
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nigh
PHONE NO. 85
! Scandrett & Fuest
EHwood and Royal Hog Fence.
(l I. Light k jd
G. W. PIKE, Manager
S.N. WIBLE, Bayer aid Simper
H9GB SMfaf CMTTLE
It will pay you to see me before you sell. Phone 95, Beaver
4 German Submarine
fa not half ao dangerous aa tainted, half
epoilctt meat. You can't afford to take
sake any chances theae days
Arc kept screened and protected aad our
. bif refrigerator keens them cold and froth.
.We handle ONLY the choicest foods.
Phorw Ua Your Meat Needs
W. C. STRANATMAN, Pre. ' Phee 29
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