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amplication, I'rlc-f reasonable.,
Wjjcriptton Price, $2.00 a Year
Tim MYHTKItlOUK MAIAY
flly Arthur It. Lewis, State Health
After an exhaustive an Investiga
tor u u possible at this time, I am
trie opinion that the strango dis
pose which Is now sweeping the atnto
a- pronounced form of Intestinal
Bflatnxa, the symptoms being con
Jaocil vomiting, crumps and dlnr
zbva Statistic show that very nlm
ilir epidemics occurred In Illinois
a ISIS, In Milwaukee and Indlnn
:icoIIs In 191C, and In I'eorla, Illin
ois In 1318, which were dlngnoscd nr
winter cholera. During tho epidem
ic bi Peoria from one to four incm
tcra of ten thousand families were
stricken with tho disease.
Dc Kinklemann. an expert bac
UrloloKlst of Oklahoma City, writes
no that he Investigated the epidem
Itts above mentioned; that guinea
Blipi Inoculated with tho t'.erms do
rloped and died of cholera within
twelve hours; that the disease ar
reted guinea pigs and humnns alike,
weakening them rapidly, and romov
lor greater part of thu watery con
sents of the Mood.
Those epidemics have all broker
cut nt about this time of tho year
mid were preceded by cold, Inclem
rst weather and much snow followed
St) warmer weather and thawing
An this Is apparently n disease of
-tnts iiartlculnr season of tho year.
a" wish to rail the attention of the
jcoplc fa the Importance of keeping
Clifelr frt and bodies warm and dry,
The eating of proper and nourishing
Bood with plenty of tef resiling Bleep.
all of which tend to Increaso bodily
rMslunc. Fifteen minutes vlgoi
us exercise In the open nlr will ali.o
Aeln tc ward off this disease, and
ibti best ranltnry conditions possible
am vexy necessary. Obsorvnnco of
ttjs ubore precautions will be very
ai.lpful In preventing the dlseasu bo
Mrt Ll Mcl'herson was qitlto III
at week having suffered an nttncl;
ffctwgnll stones. Sho Is better at thin
Mnty Attorney Ross Rlzley innde
''10. to Qtiymon Thursday of last
k a. returning Satutdny.
John McCuito of Ilenton, Knnsnn,
'a visiting hlH brother. Chas. McCunc.
Sor a tew days.
Uly Wright of nenr llalko roports
the completion of u new barn, dlmen
3fr. and Mrs. Jesso Caldwell worn
Kbllors nt John Cnleys Inst Sundny.
J. D. nvnn'a spent Sundny with Jim
Charlie Cnsteel, Willie Dunlnp and
Trrln Illood started for Colorado lout
Thu danco nt Mr Mcdowans was
vTl attended for nil It was stormy,
uil reported a good time.
John Culoy nnd family, Jesso Cald
Hl and family wcro callom at H.
'I Ulnghnm'B Sunday ufturnoon.
lenora Mooro Is very sick.
JHr H 0. Ulnghnm nnd Mrytle
Calcr went to Itvorno Thursdny.
'rlti Roberts nnd Alva Htrtfford
iel'od John Cnley haul In feed W
Jim Dutilap holpoil Mr. Dunn's
Pink Ulnghatn took u load of grain
tto Larorne Thursday.
Luther Retds hna movod on tho
Jtouder farm, in tho Conquest dlR-
Mrs. Walter Eyor vhritod with Mrs.
ffirdo Conner Thursday.
Mr. and Mia. John Evnns has gono
Jo te Sirs. Evan's undo, that llvo
Tit west of Forgan. Jim Stafford
went with thorn, they opoct to bo
warn so GGLunirj
Particular users of Flour will
ifist ou linporlal Flour. Al
jour pi'ocors or nt Banyur Flour
. Feed Co. -M0 tf
The north and tho north of
tic SEi and tho north 1 ot the SWJ
taction 34, township 4. range 23 con
taining 480 acicu moro or leu. Same
twine located 4 miles Bouthwest of
3e&Yor. Anyono belnB Intorosted In
SNAILS RETURNING TO PARIS
That It, They Are Again to 0 Served
In Smart Restaurants of the
Tor the first time for yenrs ths
l'arls restaurant arc now sending
orders to the snail farm In the prov
ince, n well n to Italy nnd Switz
erland. The snails are collected dur
Ing June and July by women and
Children, nnd must be as tenderly
handled ni eggs, for on no account
must the shell be cracked. At 'the
farm they nre placed one by one on
cms In line wire encloiurcs, nnd are
fed on letture and cnbbagc. A largo
cabbage In an enrhwure with two hurt
dreI snnlls will disappear In an hour.
A large btiMnesi Is done In "runners"
(ns the snails are called when they
nin about) nil the year round to meet
the taste of les fastidious diners,
and the largest gray-shelled snail
the host of the edible one-i Is In dan
ger of being exterminated by being
rollcctetl during the breeding season.
"Runners" must not be parked with
fresh grass or they t III overeat them
selves, linte Indigestion and so simll
their flavor. There are people who
collect the Inrgur gmy shelln to sell
to the smaller restnurots that un
Inferior order or smill, or even the
humble nfussel, may be substituted.
The Kiinll which Is to tempt the palate
of the epicure must not be eaten be
fore the Inst week In September. The
wialls nre usually parked In tint boxes
or baskets containing from 1.000 to
l.r.00 each. Their sloruge Is not nn
easy mailer, for they mut be kept
at a carefully regulated temperature,
for a degree loo much beat will de
ceive them Into the belief that spring
has nrrlved. and they will wuke and
SECOND TIME WAS THE LAST
Impulsive Youngster Gave Promise
Not to Disturb Ntlohbor, Through
Mother nnd I hnd Just moved to a
new Hat In n row where the entrances
were nil similar. The first evening
when I came home I passed our en
trance without observing the number.
I'lndlng the outside door open I ran
up to the second floor, tried my key,
and could not unlock the door. Then
I knocked and, hearing no response,
shook the door lolentiy. When a
strange man In a dressing gown
opened the door I apologized pro
fusely. Tho next evening when I ran up the
stairs, tried my key. and heart a
man's heavy trend approaching I had
sense enough to realize my mistake
and made u dle for the outside door.
Just then tho man's voice called
over the rail: "Who Is It?"
"Ob." I said, "I'll neer do It again,"
nnd I neer did. Chicago Tribune.
A perron of undecisive character
wonders Iiow nil the embarrassments
In the world happened to meet ex
nctly In Ids way, to place him Just In
that one situation for which he Is
peculiarly uuadapted, but In which he
Is also willing to think nn other man
rotild hnve acted with facility or con
fidence. Inrnpable of setting up n
'firm purpose on the busts of things
ns they tire, he Is often employed In
vtiln (peculations ou some different
rdjpposnhto Htato of things, which
would hiuo saed lilm from all Ibis
perplexity and Irresolution. He thinks
whnt a determined course be could
have pursued If bis talents, his health,
bis age hnd been different; If be had
been unitiiilutcd with some one person
Kooner, If Ids friends were. In this
or the other point, different from what
they are; or If fortune bud showered
her fitvorn on hlm. And he gUes him
self ns much license to complain ns
If nil these advantages hud been
among the rights of his nnthlty, but
refused, by n malignant or capricious
fate, to his life. Rev. John Foster.
Decs Took Carload of Sugar.
Near the station of Fontnlneblenn,
France, u carload of crystallized sugar
was held up and within four days tho
entire load hnd disappeared In spite of
Not fur from the station of Avon
there nre large bee farms, nnd while
the bees covered tho car In swarms no
one supposed that they could carry
uwny the cryslnlllzed sugar. Nor could
they. Hut Industriously nnd Ingeniously
they betook themselves to nearby bn
sins nnd fountains nnd carried drops
of witter to molt tho sugar! The damp
ened sugar formed it sirup (bat wui
easily transported to tho hives.
Australia's Pride In Warships.
The commonwealth Is proud of Its
wnrshlps nnd particularly of Its bat
tle cruler which saved Sydney nnd
Melbourne from bombardment nt the
outbreak of the war. The Australian
Art? club has shown Its pride In n prac
tical way by presenting a selection of
pointings, drawings and etchings to
the wnrd room of II. M. A. S. Atts
trnlla. All the gifts were the work
of members of the club, which Includ
ed some of tho leading nrtlsts of tho
commonwealth. In return, Commo
dore Dumnresq entertained the com
mittee of the club nt luncheon on tho
battle cruiser, which li.t" been stn
tloned In Fnrm cove, Sidney harb-ir,
since Its return from the North sen.
He Felt Shop Worn.
'Say, boss," appealed n dusky dough
boy convalescent In n recuperation hos-
pltal, when it sawbono enmo his wny,
In tho District Court In and for Heaver
County, Htato of Oklahoma
Ara V. Mackey Plaintiff
VH No. 2)50
Henry J. Young, ot al Defendants
rt m.i cation .Mtrici:
The Hlatu of Oklahoma to Henry J.
Young, Mary Isabel Young, tils wife;
IMwIn II. loung, Haltlo Young, hi
Hlfe, Nellie L Terry, n widow; Lucy
Uardner Younir, a widow. Brnest n.
Vandorwater. Hattle Vanderwater,
his wife; James It Vanderwntcr. a
lifttchelor. Nettle Kinney, James W.
Kinney, her husband, Agnes Lloyd,
Krnest 11 Lto)d, her husband: The
Heirs. Uxcculors. Administrators, De
visees, TruHtee., ind Asslcns, lm
mmllatft and remote of Alli'rt ".
Young-, deceased; Drura II Vander
water, (sometimes written Vandewa
ler.) deceased; I'eter VnndiTWater,
decens-d, and Mrs. I'eliT Vanderwa
ter, deci-nsed. OreetliiKs:
Hach and all of the defendants above
mimed will tnko notice that you have
been sued In the District Court of
Heaver County. In the state of Okla
homa, and must answer tho petition
filed therein 1" the plaintiff on or be
fore the 18th day of March. l:o. or
said petition will b taken ns true and
a Judgment rendered In favor of the
plaintiff, quieting her title to the Hast
half of thu northwest quarter and the
west half of the northeast quarter nt
section twcnty-thri c. township six.
north of range of twenly-flvo oast of
the Cimarron Meridian, nit In Itraver
County, fltnto of oklnhomn, nnd furth
er finding nnd decreeing that Henry .1.
Young, Ifclwln It. Young, Albert W.
Young. N'elllrt I Perry, nnd I'eter
Vnnderwater, Itrueet 1: Vandorwater,
Joshep I!. Vanilerwnfr. Jnines It. Van
derwater, Drura II. Vandorwiilar, Nel
lie Klnnoy, nnd Agnes !.! d were all
the heirs at law of Joseph W. Young,
d.rensed nt the time that the null olalm
deeds, which nre recorded In Hook I nt
Iags 318. 310. 341. 342 nnd 343 In the
offlro of the County Clerk of Heaver
County. Oklahoma, were made, executed
ami delivered. wer alt the helrn nt la-v
living of Joseph W. Young, deceased
That the itrantors In the nfnresald
deeds knnulnel) received and accepted
pi.ocl and valuable consideration for nil
their riKht. title nnd Interest In nnd to
the nfnresald estate which they dcrdod
to Nol'.le U I'erry, said defendnntn will
also take notice that the depositions of
sundry witnesses will be tnken on
March 1st, 1920, between S o'clock A.
M. and o'clock 1' M at the oltlce of
Smith Lumber Yards In Swearlngtnn,
Texas, to lie used In the trial of the
nbove rausr, and the Inking of said
depositions may be adjourned from day
to day until completed.
Attest: JHHSIi: KHlTH.
SUAI Clerk of Rnld Court.
Iy KD1TH MII.HS.
Ijofbourrow nnd Loofbourrow,
Attys. for plaintiff. 5-5 2-26 4t
MITIC'K OK .S.W.H Ol.' IIHAI. HSTATt:
In the Muttr of the Katato of Mary
C Hopper and Marlon Hopper, both uu
ceascd. .suttee Is hereby given In pursuance
of un order or the County Court of the
County or Heaver. State of Oklahoma,
made on the 3rd day of February, l'JSU,
tho undersigned, the udmliilsli.itor of
(ho estuto of Mary C. Hopper ana
Marlon Hopper, both decensed, will sell
at private ule to the highest bidder,
subject to confirmation by said Court
on or utter Saturday tho 21st day or
February, A. D., 1920. at 2 o'clock I.
M.. nt l.aw Olllce of Loofbourrow &
Loofbourrow In Heaver, Oklahoma, ull
the right, title unit Interest of said de
ci dents, their heirs, executors, adminis
trators nnd assigns In "lid to tho fol
lowing described real estnte, situate In
Heaver County, Stute of Oklahoma, to
wll; west, half of tho northwest quarter
of section twonty-ono In township throe
north ot range twenty-three. Hast of
tho Cimarron Meridian. Said real estate
will be sold ou tho following terms and
conditions, to-wlt. for cash to the
Hlds for tho purchaso thereof must be
In writing, and must bo tiled In the
County Court or dullvcrcn to tho under
signed at Heaver, Oklnhomn.
Dated the 4th day of February. 1920.
WILMA.M A. HOI'IMHt.
Loofbourrow & Loofbourrow,
Attorneys for Administrator.
otici: to ciiintrroitx
All persons having claims ugnlnst the
estato of Ktmer V. Sutton, deceased,
lire icqulred to present tho same, with
tho ncicssnry vouchers, to tho .under
slgnid Administrator It. It. Honflinur
rnw nt my, otllce In Heaver, Oklahoma,
within four months of the date hereof,
or the same will be forever barred.
Dutcd Junuary 2Cth, 1920.
It. H. I.UOFllOl'KKOW.
2-0 2-2R 4t Administrator
.Mit'ici: iiy ft;in.i(;.Tii).N
In tho District. Court In nnd for Ueavcr
County, Statu of Oklahoma
The F. II. Collins lmestinent Company,
a corporation 1'lulntlff
VH. No. ZIS2
Hayu II. Tnmlln, Jennie Tomllii, Hazel
J. Via, Virginia Helle Via Dcnfcnd-
The Htato of Oklahoma to Hnys II.
Tomlln, Jennie Tomlln, Hazel J. Via,
Virginia Helle Via.
You nnd each of you will hereby
tnko notlro and be Informed that the
plaintiff nbovo named hns filed Its cer
tain petition In the District Court of
Ueavcr County. Oklahoma, wherein you
nro named ns parties defendant and
whereby the plaintiff seeks to fore
close a certain mortgage lien to It ex
ecuted ou Juno 3, 1916, upon nnd cover
Southwest quarter of section twenty
(20), In township two (2), north of
range of twenty-two (25), Hast of the
Cimarron Meridian, lleuver County, Ok
lahoma, to satisfy n debt thereby se
cured, and upon which there Is duo the
sum of I8S.20, with Interest at 10 per
rent per annum from December 1, 1919.
JS0.00 attorney feos nnd the costs of
said action; that tho plaintiff, prays for
a Judgment of the court decreeing n
sale of said premises without npprnlso
ment. In the innnner nnd form provided
by law In satisfaction of said Indebted
ness and to extinguish tho rights of nil
defendants therein, nnd that unless you
nnswer the said petition nn filed on or
before tho 12 day of March, 1920, tho
same will bo taken ns If truo and con
fessed nnd Judgment rendered accord
ingly. Attest: JKSSIi: KIIITII.
SnAt Court Clerk
Uy KD1TII, MII.HS.
I'earson A Ilalrd. Oklnhomn City. W. II.
& U. II. Loofbourrow, Heaver, Okla,,
Attys for Plaintiff.
:-5 :-:c u
See A. M. BURNAM
!-5 2-12 2t
Btate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
I'rank J. Cheney makea oath that ho ts
lenlor partner of tho nrm of P. J. Cheney
A Co., doing business In the City ot To
ledo, County and Gtate aforeiald. and that
i Id firm will pay the sum of ONK HUN
THUD DOLLA11S for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use ot
HALL'S CATAlUtH MEDICINE.
PIIANIC J. CHENET.
Strom to csforo mo and subscribed In
my presence, this i'.h day of December,
A. D. 1IS6.
(Seal) A. W. Oleason. Notary Public
HALL'S CATAIUUl MEDICINE Is tslt
tn Internally and acts throurh the Blood
an the Mucous Surfaces of ths System.
Druggists, 7Jc. Testimonials free.
F. J, Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
$ If IH& I MT WHl
TET a package today. No--3
tice the ilavor the whole
some taste o Kentucky Burley
Why do so many "regular
men" buy Lucky Strike
cigarettes? They buy them
for the special flavor of the
toasted Burley tobacco.
There's the big reason it's
toasted, and real Burley. Make
Lucky Strike your cigarette.
In the District Court of Heaver County,
Otto Uarby Plaintiff
Katie Hutler neo Chamberlain et al
The Stato ot Oklahoma to Katie Hutler
nee Chamberlain, llnttlo Chamber
lain, Isabcll Wlllard nee Chamber
lain, Hrvan Chamberlain, Oeorge
Chamberlain, Dollle Cray and Hthel
Cray, and tho unknown heirs, execu
tors, administrators, devisees, trus
tees and assigns. Immediate and re
mote of Joseph Ilufft deceased. Jane
Ornves, nee Ilufft deceased, and
Hllzaboth Chamberlain ,.e. Hufft de
ceased, defendants in "a i cause,
You and each of you will take notice
that you have been sued In the above
named court by Otto Uarby to de
termine the heirs of the nbove named
deceudents. and to (julet title and to
p.tttltlon the fnlowlnir Jand In Heave!
County, Oklahoma, vlx;
The southwest quarter of section
thirty In township four north of ranee
twenty-six 13. C M. (SW'J section 30,
township 4 N.. range 26 13. C, M.)
And union you answer the petition of
the plaintiff filed In said court on oi
before the 18th dny of March. 1920, such
petition will bo taken nn true nnd a
judgment rendered therein as above In
dicated as prayed In said petition
Witness my hand and olllclal seal at
Ilenver, Oklahoma, this 2nd day of Feb
Loofbourrow and Hlzley,
2-5 2-26 It
MiTici: tip rrui.ic.vrio.N
In Tho District Court In Vnd For
leaver County, Htato or Oklahoma.
Thornu & Thomas, a partnership
VH No. 2433
Otho Aloxandcr. Charles A. Waters.
Charles 13. Lawrenco, Cynthia Lawr
ence, and J. A. Johnson Defendants
Tho .State of Oklahoma to Said Defend
The said defendants Otho Alexander,
and J. A. Johnson will take notice that
they have been sued In tho above
mimed court by Thorno & Thomas, a
tmrtnersh ti. and must answer the netl-
Hon filed then In by tho plaintiff on or
hofote the Eth day of March, 1920, or
snld petition will be taken as true nnd
a judgment rendered for tho said plnln-
iwi in tne nnove siyieti cause, wmen
Is an action for a Judgment on two cer
tain tirnmissorv notes for jsd. with in
tercst thereon at the rate of ten per
ceni per nnnum irom maturity until
paid, with kii attorney's fee of J30. nnd
ior a rorectosure or a certain real es
tate moitgage securlnc tho snld notes,
which inorternjro Is recorded In Hook 46
of Mortgages at pngo 5A. In the office
or the County Clerk or Heaver County
Oklahoma, and which snld mortgage is
on tho following described real estate
situated In Henvor County, Oklahoma
Tho Southwest quarter of tho South
west quarter of section thirty-two nnd
the South half of tho Southeast qunrtor
nnd the Xnrthwcst quarter of tho
Houtncnst quarter or section thirty-one,
in lownsnip one. Kortn or rnn-o twen-t-8tx.
Hast 'r tho Cimarron Meridian
containing one hundred and slxtv acres.
Attest J13S8II3 KKITII.
Seal Clerk of tho Said Court
Loofbourrow & loofbourrow
Plaintiffs attorneys. 1-22 2-S .It
A, C. Myers left for hlo claim In Colo
rado last Wednesday. Ho expects to
be gone about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Crocker spent
Sunday nt 1. II. Shnrpa's.
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Ilayden spent Sun.
Uuy ut a. II. Law's.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Leo ShollCn
bcrgcr on Monday, Jan. 19, a ftno baby
A. C. Watklns nnd J. C Qnblcr, also
It. C Nichols mado a trip to Liberal
Monday with maize.
Wo hear Mr. and Mrs. Prank Laugloy.
nro moving near Beaver this week as
they have purchased a farm near
thero. oW are sorry to lose them from
this nelghborhodd, but whnt Is our loss
Is soma other one's gain.
Little Leonn Ilayden who has been
on tho sick list for tho past three weeks
Is much better at this writing
K. A. Wllkorson spent Wednesday
night at K. W areen's.
C. H. Coulter mado a trip to Liberal
A C Myers nnd Prank Langloy mado
n trip to Hoavor Tuesday.
Mrs. W 13. Hustcd Bpcnt Friday at
V. W. Haydcn's.
y Guaranteed by
Funeral Directors, Licensed Embalmers
H. C. RICHESON, In Charge
Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nighf
PHONE NO. 3S
C. M. Li
fl SEE It
B. F. KENNEDY, Manager
Phone 161 Beaver, Oklahoma
Butter, Lards Pickles, Cheese
Vegetables, Fish and Oysters
Everything Clean and Sanitary
W. G. STRANATHAN, Prop. Phone 20
taisland kindly wrlto W. F. Glasgow, "Wbut yo reckon yo' keepln' mo heah
garrison, Arlr. 2-5 2-25 4t to'a souvenir" Stars uud Strl.s,