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For County Clerk.
. LEG HULSBwor RtTersid.
ASA VA-S'DEBUHCH. of Ralko.
For County Transr
CKAS. F. IIUCCCET. of Biaver.
Just Where and How
Is the Money
to be Spent?
For County Superintendent
W. L HEN30.V. of Bearer
EMMETT B. GARDNER, of Beaver
Ml RsjH Sr-E"! I
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The Beaver Herald
HiUBE 0. THOMAS, - - Pubtithar.
7' U BUSHED KVKRY TH UR8DAY
nctrWal trtu (Ki.totUrXKl llaatar, Oklahoma,
at eocMid ilui mull malMr,
AJfrrtiifng rates made known upon
application. Priori rennoimblei
Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year
HC.NItS U8 OLD I'AI'Ki:
Mrs. Jennie Bootho, of Twin
Mound near Logan, sent the Herald
oinco a portion of Tho New York
Times, this week. Tho paper had
been published in 18GC and Mrs.
Bootho located It In the bnck of nn
old-fashioned mirror. Tho paper
was yellow with age but the printing
was perfectly legiblo. It had much
tn say concerning reconstruction,
being of a date so closely following
tho closo of tho Civil War. Tho pa
per was very Interesting and wo wcro
Indeed glad to get it.
lli:.Vi:it CONTRIBUTES MOKE TO
SInco our report of tho past weeks
additional contributions have been
niado to tho Armonlan Relief Fund,
through the Bearor committee.
Thoso who hare contributed and
whoso names havo not been previous
ly published aro: Frank Maple, S5;
A. C. Hill, $1; J. W. fltoffen. II: H.
D. Mceso, $1; Panhandle Dept. Storo,
12.50; Boaror Store, IC; Otto Barby,
13; Grand total for Bearer, 1311.25.
XKllIBUItHING WHEAT OHOWHilS
JA)8SE8 IN 1017 CROP.
"Wiwhlngton, D. C. April 12. lSZtJ.
Eerstor Capper and Congrcnian
flaeber of Kansas havo Introduced
hdls in tho senate and tho house to
niailiurso the wheat growers and
cram dealers for losses on tho 1917
eavp by reason of tho reduction of
Hb market price of wheat when tho
sfotcrnment assumed control In 1917.
T7)o wheat producers unquestionably
fane a good caso agalnBt tho govern
nest. Every other farm product was
aXIuwetl to bo sold at tho market
Trier, but tho price of wheat was
srtDiMy reduced In prico something,
Wlc serenty-flvo cents per bushel.
Kit tho Kansas senator and repro
nwrutWe are two years behind Con
trvninan Dick T. Morgan of tho
KlgutU District. In tho C5th Con
crcua, two years ago, Mr. Morgan In
troduced a bill In tho houso rcqulr
teg tliir government to rolraburso tho
wheat producers of the crop of 1917
in an amount sufficient to cover Jho
Ufffjcnco between tho market price
trior to government control and tho
juicer which tho farmers wcro coin
SfStti to accept under government
Bo-il-o fixing. Mr. Morgan has rein
troduced bis bill In thin congrcn.1 and
is ponding beforo tho committee
a agriculture. The financial affairs
JC tho ..jivernmcnt nro not In fav
aerVtfr . oriMtlon for tho PLOxagn ot
t Vlt l tdlH tit'ie L'it Mr. Morgan
Hkt eJvr contended that tho fann
iar and r cooil rfttn In equity ugaintit
Mo e ) i rnmrnt for tho rsea they
iKKuri t. oi. tho 1017 crop by reai.on
f ye D'ncut price llxlnc
MRS. IIE.MER DIES OK CANCER
Mrs. Fred Homer, ot tho Couch
neighborhood, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carter of that community and
who has lingered near death's door
for many months bolng afflicted with
cancer, paused away, Monday night
at 10 o'clock. Sho loaves a hus
band and two little, girls, besldo other
relatives to mourn hor loss.
Burial was madn Wednesday In
tho Ilalko cemetery.
The many frlti db of'MIss Lcda
Floyd and Alfr. g Hrawn, both young
people who were r ared in this com
mtiuity,. wlllfco In'erested In the
news of their uar.Iago which oc
curred at the Floy.! home, Saturday
evening, April 1 't the ceremony
being pronounced v Rer. T. E. Cart
er, pastor of thr B iptlst church.
MIbb Floyd lia.i 'ecn employed for
somo time past in the millinery bs
tabllnhmrnt of M.. Annie L. Jones
and shu Is a very charming and cap
ablo young lady. Tho will remain
with her position (or somo weeks at
the end of which time tho young cou
plo expect to establish a home In New
Mexico. She Is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Floyd, old
time and high-respected citizens ot
Tho groom is a son of Geo. P.
Brown, Sr., and Vlfe, pioneer resi
dents of Beaver county, who reside
in tho Cottonwood neighborhood.
Ths Herald Jains with tho many
friends ot both families In extending
best wishes to Leda and Alfred and
In wishing for them a great share of
futuro happiness and propserity.
EIGHTH GRADE COti, ITr KAMI
The ir tie" . i:ln' - ill b
held I.i 13-H
Hi'l and v .ulatlnn with que
loaj til b . nt con' tort at a
Ut.' d-i Pnplls soM fumlsl
re i-l:r -i inatlon paper If poi
' lt 22, place held Bearer, coa-
Ijctors V. L. Hensoni
, )! i 1 i,i . d Kaorf s, con
ductor Miss Edith Bloane.
, DIst. 85. place held, Florls, con
ductor. Mls Myra Pittfr.
j Dl-jt 75, pleac held Balko, coduc
i '.or J. L. Bryan.
nut DS. place held. Twlnmoundf
eond ieor R. M. Hood.
All hl-,h shool wanting transfers
nut hare their written request In to
h- '' S-tpt.'s offle not later thar
J i n i nt
Bl"ic for this purpose will be sent
from tlni office on request.
"T '13 Lorislatnre onactcd .-
!- or "re P'holarshlrs for hoys lr
the A M. College two for cac)
on" -t r 'h following rule") an
' Th anpllcant mus have fl"
whe , -"hth ;rado. '
(B' ""ho examination for Scholar
ships -ill be held Juno 11 and 12 I
he PiPTUy S'pt.'s ntflee
(C) The questions will bo mad
out and graded by the A. & M. Col
(D) Tho two boys receiving th'
highest grades will receive thr
Scholarships entitling them to t
veir'i -choollng free In the A. & M
W. L. HENSON.
PEOPLE'S STORK CONSOLIDATES
WITH HEAVER STORE
Tho People's Store, which was
owned by Will Meeker and has boon
managed by different persona for
Bomo months tho most recent man
ager being C. E. Peckhara, was
morcd from Its location in tho J. O.
MIIoji building this wock and con
solidated with the Be&vor Store, al
so owned by Mr. Mocker.
J. D. NILES' FATHER PASSES ON
i This office was In receipt of n
paper from Cherokee tho past week
which chronlclo.1 the death ot Rev.
J. Q. Nljes. father of J. D. Nlles
formerly of Beaver but now pastor
ot the Methodist church nt Cberokco
Tho old gentleman was the grand
father of Mrs. A. O, Thomas and of
iLeander and Harry Nlles. of Beavor,
and had visited hero In the past.
The Herald Joins with the many
friends of the family In extending
sympathy to them In their loss.
S-y I . A, CATES for Onion Sots
JL lac a iuarU
LITTLE- SON OF JOHN BONNER
Tho four-year-old son ot Mr. and
Mrs. John Bonner, ot tho Couch
neighborhood, died Tuesday after an
illnoM ot some duration. Doath was
duo to stomach and kidney trouble.
Burial was made In Beaver ceme
J. M. GATES OPENS ANOTHER
Another new business establish
ment was added to Beaver this weok
by tho opening in tho old Globo
building of a grocery by J, M. Catcs. ,
This Is tho second storo In Beaver i
owned by Mr. Catos, tho Btock In tho'
Robertson building bolng owned by'
Itlm and Ih being conducted by a son-1
In-law, Mr. Catcs has also establish-'
cd a cream station nt tho Globo
HAS LONESOME KEELING
Tho following lettor from A. M.
Prltchard, formerly of near Balko
but who recently sold bis Interests
thore and moved to Arizona, shows
that It Is not so easy after all to be
como weaned nway from old Beaver
county. Mr. Prltchard and family
h.ul n tough struggle with tho flu
this spring, losing one llttlo child
nnd when thoy reerovorcd he decided
that a chango would do them good
and accordingly removed to Arizona.
Ills letter speaks for Itself and one
can read between tho linos a longing
to return to tho old home and
friends. The letter follows:
"Find enclosed check for 12.50 for
j no iicrniu tor ono year. Can't get
along without a paper from Home.
Mysolf nnd five children ilrnvn tlirn
tn a Ford. Wcro GJ days on tho
road from Beaver to Phoenix somo
rough rond too. This Is a flno coun
try but a lonesomo feeling comes ov
er mo when I think of tho good old
free county of Beavor."
J. S. Miller nnd son of Loreria wore
among tho out-of-town visitors in the
county sent Friday.
Found Auto crank. Owner may
have same by calling at this office
and paying for this notice, 4-15 tr
MITICR OP MAI.K or IIK1L KIT.YTF
tM)i:it oannit op nam:
tUate of Oklahoma. County of Heaver, er
Notice In hereby Riven, that In pur
suance ot an order of Kale IhiuoI ou
of the Clerk'n Olllco of the District
Court In anil for Heaver County, Stat
of Oklahoma. on thct 10th day of
March, 1920. In nn nctlon wherein O .J
Loofbourrjw an-J lu II. Ixiofbourron
wan nldlntlffH and D P Miller and I.ue
A. Miller wu defdmlants, comma idlnK
me to lev) upon property belonging: te
nnl! defendant. D. P. Miller and Lou
A. Miller aulltclent to K.itlsfy a Judg
ment rendered In said action In favor
of O. J. Loofbourrow and 11. II. Loot
bourrow aealnst raid defendants for
the--xum of 11017.40. with IH.IS cot
and (100.00 attorney fees with Interest
thereon at 10 percent from tli date of
Judgment, I have !"Vlod upon certain
lands and tenements belonslng to said
defendants and described In said order
ot said as follows, to-wlt:
All of lota two, three, four and five
In block eighty In the Incorporated
Town of Heaver, In Heaver County, Ok
lahoma, and have duly caused said
lands and tenements to be appraised
according to law, at 11)00,00; now there
fore, notice Is hereby given that in
pursuance of the commands of said
writ. I will offer for sale and sell for
cash to the highest bidder, said lands
and tenements, or so much thereof as
will satisfy the said Judgment and
costs on the 3rd day of May, 1920, at I
P. M., of said day. at the front door of
the Court House In the City of Beaver,
in said county and State.
Witness my hand this 27th day jf
. ... ,J- n- COUCH,
Sheriff of Beavor County.
Hy E. U. OAIIDNEH.
-l 4-29 St. Under8h'-
NOTICK OP HAI.n OP ItKAI, ROTATE
U.tDKIl OIIUUK OP WALK
In the District Court in and for Heaver
L County. Oklahoma.
The farmers Hank of Lambert. Okla
V8a corporaUon Plaintiff
Hruco G. LaCrone. Jessie C LaCrone.
Andrew O. McCrady Defendants
.Notice Is hereby given, that In pur
'jance of an order of sale Issued out of
the District Court of Beaver County.
Oklahoma, on the lfth day of March.
1920. In an action wherein The Farmers
Pnk of Lambert Oklahoma was plain
tiff and Uruce O. LaCrone, Jennie La
ctone and Andrew O. McCrady were de
fendants, directed to me, the under
slKned sheriff of Heaver County, com
manding; me to levy upon without ap
praisement, and sell the following; de
scribed real property, to-wlt. SE of
section one. township two. ranee twen-
homo, to satisfy a Judgment and decree
of foreclosure In favor of said plaintiff
...... NhMinat nmti fieiennnnis, oniained
and made In said Court on the 15th day
of Heptember. 1919, for tho sum of $,
531. CO. and the sum of 281 00 as at-
!orne.y'" f'.s: Bnd thB co" taxed at
IH 05; with Interest thereon at 10 per
cent from the 15th day of September.
1919, and for costs accruing-.
I will on the 2Cth day of April, 1920,
I day, at the front door of the Court-
nrillUM In IhA r..u n V,... ...
County and State, offer for sale and
sell to tho highest bidder for cash, tho
said property above described or so
much thereof as will satisfy said JudB
inent, attorney's fee, interest and
Witness my hand this 16th day of
... ... J- n- COUCH.
Sheriff of Heaver County.
I1Y V. B. OARDNBR.
. . Under Sheriff.
A. n. Carpenter.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
3-25 4-22 St
A businesslike Answer to
a businesslike Question
THIRTY denominations cooperating hi the Inter
church World Movement havo budgeted their
needs. No business could have done it more scientifi
cally. They have united to prevent the possibility of duplica
tion or waste. At least a million dollars will be saved
by the fact that thirty individual campaigns arc joined
in one united effort.
Each denomination has arranged its budget under six
1 FOB THE CHURCH'S WOKK
I AT HOME. AKvraellUmacofiM
ntftr this a. Ontider only one.
Plre and a htlf million bo) In lb
UnJ!d tretm csoeot even r4 and
write the Boctlih Uncase. Who I
t csrrr forward thi vttwerkof
AmcrieaaisattM If lb churab den
2POK HOsTTTALS AND HOMSS.
ry TMrtbonundtef mtnind
from Ctiarth hxplial bxiiH of
lc of room. Tb chlidrrn home
r cfnp&rd to tarn away root
chlidrto torn tbar can rettiT.
si3 TO H1QKBR EDUCATION. Of
U Hi 49000 AsMrlcao atuaeata tn
Inatttatlena of Mgbcr srada, on
half ar la leatitutlons founded and
aarported by thCbnrcht. Many or
ndowment campalcnt, bat their
nd ar Jaat at proline at tht
nde of larftr Kboolir and yon
bar only to rtadtbclr llitot alen
Dlanda!amaatofnaaiBrtbva ftbrlr eooufbation to Amrlc.
4 TOO. RELIOIOUS TRAININO. At
leaat IUJ0oacliiidren a.id younf
people ondtr 25 yara f ar r en
tarinc Amtrlean life arithoat aoy
rallfloaatralnlncet aJL Remarobar
inff th faith of WaahlDctoa and
Lincoln. 6 yoa think tbat Amtrlca
will continue t produc Waahlac
ton mail Llnoolne if faith die out
of tb hurt of It youth?
5 FOR THE CHURCH'S WORK
ABROAD. Inflon cam Drat
from tb Orlant thirty year aro;
nearly all plara ar Oriental
PICuta.So lone aa China haa only
on phyildaa to erry 40000 poopl
the Orlnt will eontlno to b
r.rnicc So lone at one-third oftha
babua of India die before their te
ood year oar own babie ar not
oaf. A Christian doctor or Uacber
aent abroad la working for Amr1ca
a traly a though bo worked at
6 PRKACHRRS SALARIES. Tho
preacher la catled tho "forgotten
man, and well he may be. Eight
oat of tea poacher arU?aU icea
than VO a week!
Each denomination has its own detailed budget, and
will administer its own funds. Your pastor has copies
of the budget: examine them for yourself. In the week of
April 25th-May 2nd you will be given your opportunity
to help. You can do it with the full satisfaction of know
ing that every dollar of your gift has its post assigned
to it in advance.
Every dollar for better America and a better world.
When your church calls on you give and give with
'your heart as well as your pocket-book.
United jKEn Apnl 23th
Financial QLI Kf3 to
Campaign Ili' May 2nd
r World Movement
TitftiBttHtm tflli, sJvtrtlumu h ruM fnJiU lirmgi lUtmfruhm
' tf tihtj JntmUtiitmK
C. H. Light k
- B. F. KENNEDY, Manager
Phortt 161 Beaver, BUtahomn
A. 0, Hill -
CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER
Phone Blue 211 - j
Ten Years Experience. I know ho,w to
accommodate the public. '
Service guaranteed. .)