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And everything usually kept in a first
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g to your head that because my store is not
located in a railroad town it is not up to
jj date in every respect.
rir: Give me a call,
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$ 2E Beaver, Okla.
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In this windy country it Is necessary
In pnint ii building in enter lo pre
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suitable for nil kitidn of work.
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legible nianuncrlpu. Two lo tea copies cai
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equal lb, uik i il-Double Cnoo OdeQ
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We've got nil kinds, nml
run fit vnii mil will. nn
thing you winl In this lino, gil
Have neilhcr lima nor apnea
to tell j on nil, Inn
com and Soot 'rw
ITS BEAUTIFULLY FIGURED WOODWORK,
TINE MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT,
coupled willi tho rincst Set of Steel Attach"
clients, makes It tho
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Family Paper is Without a Teer.
Department Is the
I.AR PFFT YEAR
Dilly h I
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,.00 per year J
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Tilt: I.NTKlt OCEAN, ChlenBo.
vats with pnius
iu the head,
hips and limbs.
Hut they ueed
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangemeuts that
can be corrected. The men
etrunl fuuetloa should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs In condl
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops nil this pslu.
Why will auy woman suffer
mouth after month v hen Wine
of Cardui wi 1 relieve her? It
costs f r.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
1'or advice, in cases requiring
special dircctious, address, giv
ing symptoms, "The Ladies'
Mrs, noitux LEWIS.
ol 0nilll. TeJi
ia im lemma pains in my hta4 and bfek,
B bulhtiabeintntlrilirdlaiiea brHIno !!
U ol Caraul." ' H
nIKIw Inlaeols IV
(J, Itoilrmrr linn putnttir.. In blnom
Miss Grace Muniell wns tlm only
student to tnke tlm Pupils' Examination
lni) Friday nnil Hiiturihy.
I. W. McCool ciniic up from lUvrrstilr
Snmlny nt, Intending lo go tn Mvndo on
Monday, lint the rlvt-r rose In siipIi h
height thnt lie could not gut nrntii, nnd
Lee Wicker, win) litis lived down Hip
Wnsbltn In the Chcjeiinoroiititry fnrtli"
past several yesrs, Ik moving his cattle
over into He-svcr ciitmtv mid will seek
n nuw location. Cnnndlnn llccord.
Tils county clerk can glvi- you pointers
on how to fix the. wntcr in yottrwcllso
the fnmlly won't uio lmlf no
much of It n they would without thin
Ingredient. He uses milk Just plain
cow's milk In hls'n.
Mnnilny evening n tremendous rain
and hull storm passed MiuthonRt of this
city along Clonr rreek. Tho lin.ll was
smnll nnd did not do much damage, hut
when It coaxed falling the ground looked
like It was covered with snow.
Ilcport routes from Hnrciesty of n ry
clone which sported around nromls
ruxtmlv on tlm Hi.ckherry Inst Saturday.
Wo could not lenrn the extent of the
.lnn.ni... 1.... nn It...- .- .1 .
.iuiimi-, inn u;( inning in jnc rspcr; it
numliiTof hors nnd rattle were killed,
nnd some property tlrMroyd.
TllH Pflltni1 flf lltl flVf.intlA nn..n 1. .
I stepped into the store of n business man
! who did not advertise, and w auror lant
to find him busy. Tho storekeeper had
the llrhi likewise a wnterhury watch;
nnd when he wasn't scratching himself
he was winding his watch.
Messrs. Mob McFnrland nr.d John
(leorge were up from Henver the Ant of
the week attending to business. On
Monday night they tnckled lb Masonic
billy goat nnd roilo him to n finish. It
takes a cowman to do tho trick neatlv
nnd completely. Liberal News.
The river began rlslug Buulay mirn
Ing, caused by heavy rains west, and
rose gradually all tlar. Abont five o'clock
lli waves began lapping over tho banks,
nnd Koon tho low bottom IbmiI wns
flooded. Tho water subsided In a few
hours, nnd no teriouB damage was dono
In this locality.
Tho Wichita Ueucnn snys that "Okla
homa farmers aro wearing n watermelon
snillo on their countenances." The smile
In Heaver county will havn to he pretty
iirond to tit lite wntermelous this year.
Ed Ulbbs, Lon Haskell and Ernest
Savoy lind n rocky tlm coming from
Englewood with freight lest week. Thov
struck bog holes innumerable, Ed's
wagon turned over once, and they had
all the trouble they needed, without
A tremendous rain fell Inst Saturday
night, enough water falling In a few
minutes to turn all the draws into rng
Ing torrents. Tho faithful, including
the writer, w;ro corralled at the church,
and most of them had to wade to eet
homo. llev. Munsell had his buggy
there, and ran n free delivery for awhile.
Don't forget Hint tho decoration ser
vices will ho held at the cemotory )n the
forenoon on Decoration Day, nnd the
address and other services will bo held
In tho nftcrnoon. The timn set In tho
printed program In this pnper are exnetly
This sounds rnthor odd, A dispatch
from SMI Lake, Wlscousln, dated Mny
0. fates Unit forest llrcs nre burning
fiercely In all directions nnd unless rnin
comes soon many farmers will lose their
homes. The cranberry and blueberry
brush aro all nflro nnd n light crop of
fitch will bo tho result. They should
move tkeir fnrms to Beaver county
) where it rnlns.
Judge Tracy spent a few days at his
claim, near Gale, Inst week weuk nnd
this, putting in nlfnlfa seed and teeing
that things wero dono according to
HoylN. Tho Judge feels very soro over
the impression which prevailed that he
wasn't much of n worker, lie now puts
forth thu claim that ho has always been
on of tho most industrious men in tho
Elder C. C. Ucntley preached at the
Presbyterian church in this place last
1-Viilny, Saturday and httnday evenings.
The rain interfered with penplo getting
tn church, but in spite of this ho had
fairly good sized audiences. Ho shnd
that he wns u "workman who uevtnPot
ho ashamed," ami greatly interested tho
people who henrd him. lie will probnb
ly preach hers again sometime in Juno,
lie started for his homo on tho Kiowa
A good lop buggy for sale clicnp, or wit
trnde for wnou.
AUo my household fur,
1. 1. Mu.nskll.
uiluro for enlo.
The senior of this otllco has planted a
garden. Wo set out cabbagu ami tomato
ptnul3, nnd they did well for n day or
two, and then the cut worms began op
erutlous on them and consumed them
nil. It wns hard on the plants, but wo
now hayo the finest patch of fnt cut
worms In the county. Tho pens, beans,
and other seeds that wero plnntert aro
not up yet, hut wo think they will got to
growing In time to save the cutworms
from death by starvation. Ily judicious
mnnngmont nnd hard work wo hope to
bo able to keep a supply of vegetables
growing all summer, which will enable
us to supply the market with the very
choicest nnd fattest cutworms all
through tho fall season.
If You Want Anything
In the lino of Millinery; don't forget
to call or ccod lo Mrs. WchrloV, at
Mcudo, KuniJii, olid bo tuilcd iu stylo
and price, fur wn study to please. 115.5
Cxpt Molt will deliver the Decorsiion aiU
dress at this pUce on May 'J'.i. The Ciptnin
ii nn eloquent orator and the Globe is glad
the 0. A. II. boys have secured hi services
for this occasion. Meade Globe.
Celotunted fur Us crest IcnrenliiE atrcnctli
nnil liesltlirnltiens, AeMins tlm food SKnlliit
nliini ami all tiirmi iif iiilulirsllon common
to tho ilieiip brnnd.
Kovai. IIakimii I'nwnKii Co., 2f i:w Yoiik.
Claude Illnncharil went to Talntor's
ranch Tuesday, where he will work dur
ing the summer. Claudo Is ono of
Kren conceding that cullle are incredible
money makers In Dili country, Judge llulcli
ion hns it figired out that poultry woulj
prove far more more profitable. We haven't
examined the Jinlgo's figures, nnd lin may be
correct, but tlicro 11 ono drawback that will
niillgnte ngnlnsl tho business here it lakes
work. The nvemgo denizen wouU rather
have less profit and more rest. Hugoton
It is your home paper Unit Interests Itself
In tho welfurc of your community; thnt up
holds your town: spends its money In your
midst. Its editor is your fellow-cillien,
your friend, your neighbor. Outside papers
mny have brainier editors, belter equipped
plants, larger clrculnllon, lower subscription
price. No mailer. Take your homo paper,
the exponent of your county; your town
nnd your fireside. Swiped.
Llltlo Girl. I want niiothcr slatojtist
like the last one. It was mndo by Pat
May. lie's only 10 years old, too. He
mndo my slate last year.
Dealer I never heard of nny such
manufacturer.. Won't one of this sort
Littlo Girl. Why. yes. that's the very
kind. Sect Hern's his name, 'Pot.
May 10, I8U0V-N. Y. Weekly.
A fine line of silks in nil tbe shades
and figures nl Doc Lluley's.
New School Law
Tho last Lctislntivc Assemble nf Dklni
homn Territory nmeuded section 5, of
nrtlcls 2. of chapter 73, of
the statutes of Oklahoma to read as fol
lows: "Section 5. A nnnunl meeting of
each school district shall be held on tho
second Tuesday of July, in ench year,
at the school house belonging to tho
school district, at 2 o'clock p m, notice
nf tho time nnd place nf said annual
meeting shnll be given by tho clerk by
posting written or printed notices In
throe public places of tho district at least
ten days boforo said mocting. Special
meetings may bo called by a majority of
tho district board or by a majority of the
legal voters of the district, but notice of
said special meeting, stating the purposo
for which it is called, shnll be placed in
tlirne public places within the district
at laast ten days previous to the time of
The Channing, Texas, Itegistor hns un
der Bourse of construction n largo num
ber of air castles which aro of stupendu
ous height nnd tnassiro and imposing
appearance. They aro nil built on tho
prospectof tho extension of the Hock
Island southwest from Liberal, which
said road Is being built nt tho rate of sev
eral million miles n day by tho papers of
eastern Kansas northern Texas and New
Mexico. The road will probably be
built nnd hnvean established train ser
vice before tho " road ofllcinls are awnro
of It. It would be qulto a surpriso to
them. Speaking of tho nlr castles,
.hough, they look very much like the
snmo ones that the Hardeity Herald
worked on for suverol years, but some
how Dick could never getthein to stand,
Hut we understand that Dick hns quit
tho carpenters' trade now, and would
oppose tho extension on tho ground that
it would worki nn Injury on the cowmen
You can find anything in the line of
straw goods for Indies, misses, mens and
boys, In all the late styles nnd tho prices
aro right, at Doc Llnloy's.
Fourth of July Celebration.
A Fourth of July Celebration will bo
held at Hound Timber, n miles cast of
licnton, lUavcr county, Oklahoma, on
the 3d day of July. Speaking, horse
racing, dancing, shooting gallery and re
freshments of all kinds will be on tho
ground. Kvcryono cordially invited to
attend. Ily order of Committee.
Mrs. J. K Oveii.
Stock llrand Notice
Alt parlies are hereby notified that the
further use of the following stock brands In
Heaver county, Okla. is illegal to Ibe same
extent as (hough they had never been re.
corded; said brands conflicting with the stock
brands of Henry Kile and Sons, dercribed
as "Triangle anywhere on animal," recorded
Jan. 10, ISO'.', sud the conflicting brands, of
which the following Is a description, having
been recorded afvarlous dates thereafter:
Triangle K connected.
Triangle T conneoled,
OH triangte connected.
Triangle laiy II conuected.
Triangle cross connected.
T Triangle connected. n.
Notice is further given that said Henry
Kile nnd Sons have the exclusive right in
lieiivev county, Okla., to Ibe use of the Tri
angle as a stock brand.
Given underbuy hand and seat this 10th
day ef April, A.,1), 1897.
Pram S. Dbi'Hmoap,
S-aiJ County Clerk.
The young people of Heaver met last
Sunday evening nt the Presbyterian
church and organized a Y. P. 8. C. E.
Kollowlug -re thanfllcars elected: 1'res.,
Elery Cooper; Vice Prcs., Miss Grace
Munsell; Itecordlng Sec, Mrs. F. S.
Dritmmotitf; Corresponding Sec, Miss
Mar Weir; Treas.. Mrs. Delia Hnlllngcr.
Tho nicotines will bo held every bdti
day evening, and the leaders will be up
polHtcd by tho prayer meeting com
mittee. A cordial invitation is extended
to all to come and help in tho good
Mns. Weiiklk, of Meade, Kansas,
respectfully cnlls the attention of tho
Indies of Heaver county to lier largo nod
clrgiint lino of Spring nnd Summer Mil
linery. Satisfaction ('unratitccd on all
Treasurer Williamson received the
following dispatch from JurscyvlllfJ
HI,. last nght:
"Property sold to you for debt and
costs thirty-thros hundred."
This is in reference to tho property
attached by treasurer Williamson for
recovery of money deposited In tho
Meade Hank and lost through the fail
ure of thnt Institution. Tho posscssloa
of this property maKcs him eel pretty
safe. Tho former owners havo llfteen
months In which to redeem the property
and it is not likely thet they will allow
it to be lost to them by defautt in re
deeming. Tho committees of the Grand Army nnd
Relief Corps of Heater met last Saturday
to perfect arrangements nnd program for
Memorial nnd Decoration Pays, Following
Is the program for Memorial Pay, May 2nd;
Thed. A. II., S. of V., W. 11. 0. and
atl old soldiers nnd their families nre lc.
quested to meet nl the G. A. II, Hall nt 10
a m, and form procession nnd march to tho
church to hear Memorial sermon. Com.
raltleo on music, I. S. Drummend. Com
mitlee on decoration, Mrs. Hiancbnrd, Mayme
l'cckham and Myrtle Hngslsy.
Program for Decoration Day, May 20:
G.A. U.,8. of V., W, It. 0.. all old
soldiers, nil citizens nnd their families are
requested to meet at the hall at 0:30 n m,
form procession arranged by officers of tho
day, nnd proceed to cemetery, led by Beaver
Meet at hall at 2 p m, form procession
and march lo the church, where the follow
ing program will be rendered;
Invocnllon, Hev. IJagsley.
.Music by choir
Address, W. T. Qnlnn.
Hliort address, Cnpt. Senccnlch.
" " I.h Urummoml.
llcclnmatlsn, Nora Qulnn.
Address, Noah Ia e.
Hhort address, J. K. Culnn.
" C. Uugbee.
Declamation, Kugcno droves.
Declamation, Miss Hlbbs.
Hliort Address, Captnln Molt.
" " X. A, l'eckham.
Declamation, Maudo Thomas.
Whort address, Itev Ilnpaley
Committee on decorating grates, J. V.
Thompson and I.awrenco McCnbe. On con
veyance, X. A. l'eckham and J. It. Sencenlcli
Care or children, Mrs. Qulnn, Mrs. Illnnchard
nml Mrs, lla;sley. Decoration or cliurcli, J.
V. Thompson, 1.8. Drummnnd, Mrs. Qulnn
Mrs. Illniicluird, Miss Muymo reckliam and
Miss Myrtlo llnR-lpy. 1'lrlnR squad, Capt.
Decorating committee requests all who can
to riirnlnh flower mid report to Mrs. Qulnn
as early ns possible. Ily order ol
Hock me to sleep had referenco to n
girl. There is too much lovingly, softly
nnd longingly about it to strike '.he aver
age bov. Besides a boy doesn't usually
need lo bu rocked to sleep. Give him
hnlf a show and ho will do a job of Bleep
ing that while it lasts would make Hip
Vnn Winkle ashamed. If that poem had
boon written from tho standpoint of a
boy it would run something like this:
"Uackward. turn backward, O time in
your Hlght, mako mo u kid again for
nbout n fortnight. Smooth from my
forehead tbe furrows of en re, over tbo
bald spot sow a now crop of hair. Plant
n small stono bruiso on ono of my heels,
so I'll remember Just how a boy feels.
Haekward, flow backward, O tido of
years, a man gets so tired of tho chest
nuts ha hears; chestnuts bo nged they've
lost every tooth, tnko them nnd give mo
tbo jokes of my youth. Many and many
ind many a year I've watched roll, since
I Inst played the game, 'penny in a hole'
nnd wasted my marbles nn boys who
played 'keep' nnd If I objeetiit they
slapped me to sleep. Tho years have
been long since we boys went to swim,
and hung our garments on n neighboring
limb; and a boy sneaked up and stolo
thvm every last ono, nnd wo all vowed
wo'd lick the son of a gun. Tnko from
my joints the rheumatic pain, givo
me the appetito of childhood again.
I won't give a cent what watches you
keep, nnd you don't need to bother to
rock me to sleep. Just let me curl down
behind the stove on tho floor, aad I'll
wake ud the houso with the size of my
snore. Just turn me loose and give me
full sweep, and I won't need any rockin'
to put mo to sleep. Exchange.
In a recent number of Current Liter
aturc an English writer asserts that "the
greatest corporation 00 earth is tho Lon
don and Northwestern railway company
of England, with its capital of 8595,
000,000, a rcvcDUo or 80,500 an hour,
2,300 engines and 60,000 employes, and
repairs that cost $130,000 a month."
"Everything is made by the company,"
says this writer, "bridges, engines, rails,
carriages, wagons and inumcrablo lot of
other thiogR oven the coal scuttles and
the wooden limbs for tbe injured of tbo
Not I -p. Is birtby given tb.1t I have suRicient
fuudt i county treasury to pay all warrants
lwuod on Salary tnnd, Coiitlneut funj,and
Supply (una, po- r -ud Insane wairauts up to
and Including reg- No. 17, court warrua un
to and Including ir? Mo. 17.1, general tnnd
wurranu, rig No. 1177, iiTSand lii)7.
J. C Williamson.
t May 11)1897. County 'Jreai.
From Over the Countu.
Rain In vast quantities every tiny this
Elder Iloso will held quarterly meet
ing here Wednesday the 12th.
A, S. Haudebaugh is visiting nt home
Mr. Dadsman of Grand Valley was In
Tom Murphy was In from Eubank
Allen Walker returned from tho CCC
Mr. Ed Guymon and father-in-law, of
Liberal, were In town nnd tiled on claims
near Ornnd Valley.
Miss Eleanor Booth, of Eubank. Is
visiting the family of P. F. Haudebaugh
Thcro were not many out nt church
Sunday eycnlng on account of the high
There was a cyclono on the Hnckherry
Saturday, but as w"c hove not heard tho
extent of damage we will send In report
Mr. Hooth wns n buslncs visitor one
day Inst week.
The weather is still lowry, with
now and then a shower to remind us
that it sometimes rains In Heaver
Tho Aid Society met this month with
Mrs. Mnckey has returned from
Meade, where sho hns been for treat
ment for n few weoks.
Tho Dickcrson boys found another
don of gray wolves the other day, cap
turing flvo young ones.
Clara and Hattie Rhodes were rain
bound in Mcado four dyas Inst week.
W. T. Bruce went soath to meet the
round up which is working on the
Wiley Rhodes is in Kansas City
whero he wont to purchaso bulls for
R. K. Perry's men camo In from
Dodgo last week with a big drove of
cows and calves.
Lostcr Rhodes went with J. M. Byers'
outfit lo help move their cattlo to their
Mr. Will Hoylo nnd family, of Lake
land, Kas were visiting friends on tho
river Sunday and Monday.
Tho Cimarron is as quiot as If it
nevor went on a "high." X. Y. Z.
--C-l' 1IU L-JI.1-UJU1 l . 1 , ' IWLi.
Notlca for riiblicatoln
U. S. Land Office. W0(,dward. Okla. I
April 3,, 1897. J
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice
of her Intention to make final proof in
support of her claim, and that said proof
will bo made before ti. B. Weir, deputy
clerk or the district court at Beaver. O.
T, on June 5. 1807. viz: Phobo Meeker,
for the sej soc 7 and n ne. sec 18 tn
4, n, r 21, K. V. M.
Shonnmes tho following nltnosses to prove
her continuous residence upon nnd cultiva
tion or suid land, viz:
Georgo H. Merchant of Boyd, O. T.,
Bernard U. Leraert, nnd RhcIicI Fulker
son, of Paladorn, Ok nnd Georgo A.
Sanderson, of Kothwell. Ok.
Roht J. Kay. Hotter.
Land Ofllo nt Woodward, O. T. I
April 16, 1897 j
Notlco Is hereby plvcn thnt tho roltnwinir
nmned scttlers.huvo Ulccl notlco or their inten
tion to mnkc final pm.riii support of their
respucttvocliilms. nml thnt snld proor will liu
nude lioloro Carter Tracy Judjro or tho I'ro
linto court. In nnd for lleavor couty. O.ln.. nnd
In chso or his nhscncu then before K. C. Traoy.
elerk or said rourt, ut Heaver Okla. on May ..
1897 vU: ' '
James C Bench on homuslcnd applica
tion No. a05 for the s nwj and wl swi
sec. 2tp4n, r 28. KUM,
Viz: Nellie G. Groves, nco Senccnich
on homestead appiicatinn No. 403, tor
the sw J sec 17 tp 4 n, r 24 E O M.
They nnmc the fallowing witnesses lo prove
their continuous residence upon nnd .ulttvut
ion of mid Innd. viz.
Al 8. Dickson, Ansel Groycs, Fred C.
Tracy and Dvke Ballinger. of Beaver,
Ok., and J, D. Nuckols, of Gate, Ok.
Rout. J, Rav, ItcKlstor.
Notlco for Publication.
Land Ofllcs nt Woodwnrd O. T.
March 8, 181)7. '
Notice Is hereby ifivou that tho lollowlnc
named settler has filed notluu or his Intention
touiHko tlnnl proof in Bupportor his chum,
und that sid proor will ho mi.do bernrcCiirtiir
tnicy. JudKOor tho l'rolmtu Court III nnd tor
lleavor County. O. T... nnd In caso or his n!
sence. ihen before K. C. Tracy. Clyrk or snld
Court, on April 34th, 1897, viz:
Burton L. Bruwn, H E No. 400, for the
nw J sec 27 tp 1 n. r, 20, E. O. M,
Ho names tho fallowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residency upon, und cultiva
tion or, snld land, viz:
Wllllanl F. Hastiugs, Douglas Purkcr,
Charles H. Parker, and George Hamlin,
nil of Lockwood, O. T.
Ront. J. KAy, UcRlstcr
U. S, Iind Otllco at Woodwnrd. 0. 1., I
.. , , March 6. 1897. f
Isotlce is hereby given thnt tho lollnwing
named settler has Hied notlcuof her inten
tion to mako Html proor in support or her
claim. and that suid proot win bo
Hindu before Curler Tracy, Judge of tbe Pro
bate Court In nnd for Heaver County. O T.,
nnd in caso or his absence, then boforo F. C
Trnoy. Clerk of 6nid Court, nt Be-ver. O. TM on
May 15, 1807, viz; Mary II. Carey, nee
Bumgarner, widow of William L. Bum
Garner, deceased, for the s ne ee sec
20 and nw ne sec 10 tp 8 n r 21 E O M
She names the foltowlngwitnesses t prove
bcrcontlnuous residence uponandcultlvutlon
or said land, viz:
Commodore P. Nell, George II. Mer
chant, of Beyd, Ok. Jobn J. Fitlkerson
of Paladora. Ok., and John S. Hart, of
Hobt. J. Ray, Register.
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Good Millinary .Stors,
with new, clean and up to date Mocks of
goods, are scarce in this sectiou of the
country, but at tbo O. K. Store, at Lib
eral, you will Cud ono. They keep only
tbe best and latest biyles in ladies' liai'n
bonnets, trimmings, etc., and tbe Udiin
of Beaver county aro cordially invited
to come ana examine their stookv -It I
'UacK," my pedigreed Black Spanish
jack, and my Clydesdale horse will make the
season at my place three miles southwest of
TW.MS- The jack, J5.00 lo Insure colt to
slnnd nnd suck.
The horse, $1. 00 to Instiro colt lo stand
Persons desiring mnrcs bred can leave
same In my pasture and no charge will be
made for paslurago.
iMy traveling horse, "Silver Heels,"
and my Kentucky Jack, will mako tho
season ut tbo following plncce: Monday
and Tttcsday at Mccso's, on Clear cn-ek;
Wednesday und Thursday at tbo homo
of tbo owner, and Friday and Saturday
Terms: Tbo horse 84.00 to insure
colt to stand ond ,uck Tbo Jack, to
insure colt to stand and suck, S5.00. If
not paid in six months, colt to stand
good for scrvico of horse.
C. G. Reudick.
,Wm. C. Kcnfrow.
....C A. dalbralth.
General.... ltoy Hoffman.
U. S. Marshall
V. 8. Attorney.,
... Caleb K. Brooks.
A. G. C. Blerer.
II. W. Scott.
J. L. MoAtee.
Probate Judge Carter Trir.y
Clerk Franz S. Drummond
Sheriff if. j. r.
Treasurer J. c. Wllliamsen
Attorney It. II. Loofbourrow
Register of Deeds Franz S. Drummond
gupt. of School Noah Daves
Surveyor G. M. dardner
Coroner N. A. l'eckham
J. T. Dunlap
CHURCH DIRECTORY. '
Presbyterian: Preaching every Sabbath,
al 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. m., Y. P. S. C, E religious meeting
at 0:30 p. m., prayer meeting each Thursday
evening nt 7;20.
All nre cordially invited lo any and atl of
these services. P. D. MtmsatL, Pastor.
GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
Oklahoma Post No
Meetsat the Opera Hall on sio
ond and fourth baturday of each
month, at 2 o'clock p. in.
All Visiting comrads are cordia
lly invited to attend.
McCool, J. b. Thomas
Adj'L P. C.
WOMENS RELIEF COUPS.
Mccls the first and third Saturday of ench
month at 2 p- m. at the Bchool h-use.
Mrs. MAnT Quivn, Vm.
Mrs. II. . DLANciunu, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
3 lleavor Lodie. No. 7. holds Its
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting hreatbren
aro cordially welcomed.
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