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MAUPB. O. THOMAS. Publisher
OKIctel County and City Paper.
I1XO a Ye
rales made knows
Entered at pot otSee at Beaver.
T , a 5ood-Cla matter.
Pox Congress 2d District:
T. B. FERGUSON
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for sheriff of Beaver County
Mibject to the wilt of the Democratic
Dominating primary or convention (as
tbe oe may be.)
D. P Miller, of Hibb.
I hereby announce myself a a candi
date for sheriff of Beaver county,
Oklahoma, subject to the action of the
1 Kervlij announce tnylf as a can
didate for fcheriu of Beaver county.
Fiiujeot to the nil) of the Republican
jritnari. "m. A. Bekket,
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for Sheriff of Baaver County,
subject, to the nil! of the. Democratic
primary or convention
Clyde Maple Beaver, Okla.
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for Sheriff of Beaver County
subject to the nil! of the Democratic
primary or convention.
M. Q. Mc I.ella.vd Kagdale, Okla
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for Cororner of Beaver County
subject to the villof the Republican
party. Dr. L. S. Md.ni.kll.
Your committee on county and
township organization and government
lwp leave to submit the section here
inafter set out, and recommend that
the same be adopted as constitutional
Section Each county in this state
now or hereafter organized, shall be a
ody oli tic and corporate.
Section There are hereby created,
subject to change by the legislature, in
and for each Organized county of this
Mate, the oftics of judge of the
county court, county attorney, clerk of
the district court, county auditor, sher
iff, county treasurer, register of deeds,
county surveyor superintendent of
'public instruction, three county com
mistiununj, and such municipal town
.shipotlHcerK as are now provided for
under the law of the territory of Okla
homa, except in this constitution other
Section Until otherwise prescrib
ed by law, the terms duties, powers,
(lualilicntions and compensations of
uch county and township officers, not
in contliet with thfc constitution, shall
be a now provided by the laws of the
territory of Oklahoma, for liked
named officers, and the duties and
compensations of the probate judge
under such laws shall devolve upon
and belong to the judge of the county
court, and tho-fe of the county clerk up
on and to the county auditor. Provid
ed, that the term of otllce of those elect
ed at the time of the adoption of this
constitution shall expire at the close of
the day preceding the first Monday in
January, anno domiui, nineteen bun-
Your committee on county and
township organization and government
be? leave to recommend that the con
stitutional convention by ordinance
empower the several county boards of
election commissioners in all of the
counties not yet organized to divide
thur respective counties into three
temporary county commissioner uis
t riot, with population as nearly equal
as maj be. and into temporary munici
pal townships suitable for the public
lwMHtf. o that county comini ioners
and niUHwipal township officers may be
elected in each of said counties now
tinrtfanizd at Ute election, submitting
the onstitHtton for ratification.
CONTEST SOTtrE. .
Dpartast of lit taurnor. UaHed State Land '
Othee Woodward Okla. JUmary S IVA.
Homesteaders Not Required to President Not Talking.
ri ii f 2 .... itwl. M.l::...
Winter II. wmic, v-. -m.i.uu, .tones v nSkml raatM a&Uni WtiuNm
... .. , . - tv. &.-. , gotten up for the express purpose of tEB L. Itow, of Zai-
j J -'ii nr .v.. . causing President Roosevelt to make a
VtJkJ jL?CA A Wilt J'tWI ., ...A. IIV
homestead entry should be cancelled
because of Ute failure of the entryman
thereon to hereafter rwtd on the kind
during the months of December, r eb-
roarr and March.
la computing the homestead proofs
no credit is to be given for the period
of actual absence.
August Election Probable.
The indications fern now to point to
an election about the first of August,
probably about the 8th. At this time
the ratification or rejection of the Con
stitution will not only be voted upon
but the various state, county and
townhip officers will be elected. The
submission of the Constitution will be
by separate ballot from all other
uestions voted upon.
Found the Law Effective.
Because of his ignoring the custom
ary warning notice to vork out his poll
tax, one of the local business men was
arrested last Tuesday on complaint.of
the road overseer, and arraigned before
Justice Parnell. The case being un
ique, the first one of its kind probably
witnessed by any one in town, created
no little interest, and many were real
anxious to see the legal finish. After
some spirited debate, a continuance
was granted the defendant to 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning. During the in
terim, the matter was settled by the
defendant paying the poll tax and cost.
to date. The case wa? b-ne8einl in
bringing out the fact that the mud
overseer may, under penalty compel
all individuals subject to p ill tnx to
either work or pay the four dollars ;
and the law makes it his plain duty to
ee that they do it. Supply Republican.
Ida M. Tarbell on Woman's
Place In The World.
It is not too much to -ay tuduy that
women in this country can get any
thing a majority of them really want
and the individual can practise any
trade of profession or art without let
or hindrance. All this has come about
and without decreasing the number of
marriagvs, destroying the home or
the club; limiting masculine freedom
or reducing the profits of the dress
maker and millliner.
K"tablished things remain as they
were, yet something has happened. Is
it not mainly that we have utilized in
active work tiie large number of women
who heretofore, through a failure to
marry or to succeed in marriage
found themselves with no congenial
occupation or interest open to them,
and so doomed to lives of inaction, or
profitlyss action, and often of dire pov
erty? That large class of women who
forty years ago were denominated old
maids, a class whom everybody pitied
or laughed at and whom there seemed
no opening but death, has largely
statement as to what he would do in
the event the Oklahoma Constitutional
Convention adopt the "Jim Crow"
car ektuse, have absolutely failed of
their purpose, according to reports
from Washington whiea nMhd nere
The Presidnt fully .ndrtand the
purpose of th democrat- far as tne
"Jim Crow" ela.ise is concerned, and
1 m (Vta- coaeeat. uatacii HE. No. tats.
Btde S Sth. KK. for L I. Sec 3, T I '
N RKuiS SK. SSI SW. Seetira Ski
Tw-ffch NaTt. Be W . W AMaaifci
J Wtrks Kmrra, Ka.. eeolesTe-. ia which it ,
w aiJetrea UAt t4 asaa4a J. VCitKi aa '
mfeoft) atM4.l ftd trrt for a l-srlol of
store taaa mx atoailei Mae awkjac i.i t ttr
aaJ tit prior to tWate kcreta. the harmf at i
ttaec rSWiVifvl re4desr Uwr-oa or Im
jrnrtJ ot cm.Ur1ni k1 tract as rqmml ty
at . ttiat Mid tract at set'lert op xad tat-'
tittt4 kr Mid nartr a reoaired hr law. mii
Ttut Mid aUecva1 ahaaee tram afd Ufid
aot ! to U caapioiaMat in th Anaf. Narr
or Mamw otba of taw CuVi Sate la aj ca
imcitr aa ttax of war. aad Uu ta td realcs:-
aat l nar Jn at cb Ua aatpUMV a
has refrained from giving an exnrrs- V ai far ue Rntr awl KrrnTr
.: . l. . .. . . j i '" - - Said nrU are
sion as to what he ntig.it do
Any pre., reports mat he aid any
thing relative to ibv "Jsm Crow" Jaw
is made out of whole ctoth, and i b.
iag eireulnted by democrats who are
intertssted in getting their friends in
the constitutional convention out of
trouble that confronts them.
As an example of the chicanery and
deception bemi practised by Rail
road" lia-keil and his supporters, it is
stated upon auUiortty from Washing
ton that most of the stories sent out
from that place have been prompted
by !ixkell or his representatives at
Delegate Bird MeGuire has written
the following letter on the subject,
which is self explanatory:
"The President has said to me or no
one else anything abaut "Jim Crow"
cars. The democratic members and
senators have held two caucuses, try
ing to satisfy the requests of the va
rious members of the Constitutional
Convention there, who are asking their
democratic friends here" to get the
President to say something that would
relieve the convention of the embar
rassment that no-confronts it. They
have taken stories to the President to
get him worked up, but he understands
their purpose so far as the "Jim Crow"
ear i concerned, but has sard nothing
about, it But any press report that he
i aid anything is out of whole cloth,
i-jn:-pi mat property snouia oe pro-
Uft-d. They have added Jim Crow"
ear and other thing to relieve the
convention there No pains should be
son red by he republican press to ex
hibit their chicanery and deception.
W- aottaxi to aiwear. rsstoad and oaTer
rridcace ioaduav aid aUvcatKm at M o'clock
a. aa ob ABC. ML 19. before the Bewfeter
and RrfTr at lb? Usited StatM Lad
QOcf te WooJ ward. Okla. j
TV? afd oattajBt Harin.-. in a iroir aS-
darit Biert Jas. , !;. s forut faru which
thov that af lr tae diiirmy. rr3aai rrie?
of thit moUte caaaot be nade. it if twrebr or
dwvd and diretd tkat eh aoOtM b? sive bf
da aad pcntMr pahiK-atiaal
I a IMCK T WOKJ.v. Kotr.
IFarUEM of i- Ia4-rlor, Land ode at
W&jdward OtJa Iw4itr W. Wi.
Notito l feerefef cttf B that the tottewtax named
.4tter has isrd a&ttee of ML IntdKloa la tanKe
Boat pratf la snopon : Ms rtans, sod t-At M.h3
Kcot mat l-totr- Iim A. HML O-rt: of
UHtnrt Leart for BtTr Toaot. Oklahoma
Terntorj.or la htatnce tforeW.T Qainn
D oetr ta ho ok? at Brr. Oklahoiaa,
Trrtn. on liarf. 2. 13JJ vU.
JxojM Ii U St. of Eirrrid'. 0a HA. No.
11 7' to-. & I slaud2adE..VK-x,S-e, 31,
U naases tfc Jo.htne witmMi to prere Mi
eont jnams reW-m apji. and cattmuon of
.aM taad. rb:
Fa- Mj-1 Ii?rR Ltosej. 0.vj Barby aad
CtH Ma i4v, ail of RH r-M . USU.
Dkc T. iIos.u. He&Ht?.
away. The Delineator for
What Other Navies Are Doing .
Washington. Feb. 11 A remarkable
comparative statement of naval
strength in respect to new battleships
was submitted to the Senate today by
Senator Hale. It was prepared by the
Navy Department and makes the
United States look like a pigmy in
comparton with some other powers.
The comparison shows that the big
gest ships being built or projected are
"No Alan's Land" Enjoys
Guthrie, Okla , Feb 2 A statement
ha been issued by the Beaver County
Melon Grower's Association, for the
season of 1906 , shows the growers re
ceived the total sum of $11,S4.51 for
the crop. Four hundred and nineteen
baskets of canteloupes brought an av
erage of 67 cents and 153 crates
brought an average of 71 cent- Three
per cent commission was paid an agent
for handling the crop, or a urn of 1394
73. Already the members of the as
sociation are preparing for their next
season's crop, order for seed for plant
ing being placed in January. All in
dications point to an increased acreage
this year. Oklahoman.
"T h e Pa la c e"
Gregg & Mansfield Proprietors
Best equipped shop in the city.
Bath room in connection. Hair cut in
the most artistic manner. Agent
American Steam Laundry.
Beivbr - o - Oklahoma
DR. J. A. MILLER,
I have located in Beaver for the
practice of dentistry in all its branch
es. Plate work a suecialtr J will lw
four of il.COO tons each by Russia. nSij'u0?,,0 tCexiM,Wee l"
v. . . , ' ,.-, ' ling with the first Monday in each
Next comes Japan with one of 19.0X)
tons and one of 19,200. Germany has
provided Tor four lS,(Xton battle
ships and France for six of 1S,OCO each
and IS knots, speed. Great Britian's
famous Dreamnaught of 17,900 tons is
smaller than vessels building or pro
jected by Russia. Japan, Germany,
and France. Great Britian will build j
three more of lSui tons, however, to j
make 21 knots or more- The South
Carolina, of fhe latest type designed
for the United states navy, with lS)t f
knots speed, is small and slow in oon'
pariron. The statement from Senator
Hale is believed to point to authoriza
tion of an additional big battleship,
aside from the one authorized last
A Kansas man has just succeeded in ! Piles
getting a patent on an electric motor
fastened on a cow's back, the electric
ity boing generated by a dynamo at
tached to the oows tall, fane strains i
J. A. Miller.
SHORT ORDER RESTAURANT
A L MacArthur
Meals at all hours. Fish and Oy
sters in season. Quick Lunch
APcfrep S Bofpow
Auctioneer Live Stock Salesman
STOCK and FARM sales properly
handled. If you want to buy or sell
write me at Beaer, Owla. Reference:
Bank Beaver City or First State Bank.
ttUNSLLL & LONG,
Prjystciaus anb Surgeons.
cured. Glasses fitted with
ToWhoaltMaf Cone-: Notice Is h'nbj
fTTenuas Fraat. VVBsn haaaje applies Ho
.or ltre. tf s i t r-tan malt. tIso&i aad jr
iQf!teea?ln To-cs ip Nona of Raas 6
a ifcetiiw ., trt.-,.BX a Brrer c.mjH jr. Ox
laOaaaa Torino 7 -or tvrtui of oUjai and
j.-r that I -rsiar tt-praat-d tot'.
ilrr M-u,ia p -r at If t e.-. tt.iHobj-ttoa
hi wr Urn wmL and aid to tb le&ace ot saM
HeenooacT tvf -. talAroi ietnuur
19 n. mid I or il ycr.
I-it s-zs Sw Frank WiL..T.Artltent
TtanuocT or Oklaeoxa 1
Br tick roevrr S
otireis h reby ciT.n to alt tr as intre?tl
ta t"ieW .t rtnUaa iVike. deoa-nl. that
oa the S -ax of JVhrcarj. &A, Jobs J. Gst
Hajrvr prooivu aod .l is ta Pmia.c ront
hi utrcouBl, I &oT-r and Trntero Oklaho
ma an In . r.iwnt n r..!ss por ortJosto te
t.elaitl.iLd iw.-jtc, of Chrts.iaii Fce.
u eTi ami us air mi a co ir . nis HIUOa
wajtez for ih ixotate o' sud IU. a.i that
Ltfcrs Teta . eritxTi .'Sjc re n to Joha J
ftznurer. the BX.aiur oand ia said w II.
i u:.jiui i.i to mat: m a,a ( mti, Bkuirt oa
iwiiiaaar'ruuT 1. B:ii hereof
ib that Fndaj. the U,dr of Mafeh.lt.;. at
the txwr of io o'c.oek a. m.. of aid dax. U.t be-
in radar of the nKnJarJaaaarr term Ho;, of
saH Court, has Iwe attomted a t e tint- for
iwrumjaH prtitl w awl roTiaf d Hi at the
rrovu i twii nasi m .-vTer ti in sa a roan
tr of Uearer ana Territory of OUahouu. hee
io4 h alt iiersja tuteretiied marapiraraai
CWir,. MIT MJD7.
in tlituo j- voartrof I hare herrlirto t tnt
hand a d the al of 1J Prelate Court, this lltt
oaj n reorcarr. l.
SEAL1 H. D. Mixe,
J. W. CrLwruu PrubateJcdre.
Atioroef for Prfilloner. i U 2-2s 3
Of Application Fo.- AptoiBtseal Of Admin-lstator-
In The Probate Court of B-wt GoOotr. OSlaho-
In The Matter Of The fUtate Of Patrick
The Territorr of Oi-aboaia. to the feejrj and
next kin of the said Patrick Farre L d.cwuSod:
Voa are here jy notled thit F. la inpf has
appiird tor Le.ter of Adtnlius ra Ion on Mid e
3 .le. asd that said a pi lira job a! J be hni a: a
rpKQlar terai of saldC'vurt feld a t'w Court
roots of kl Court on the first dx o' Uareh 19V7,
at? o'clock p. ra. and Iha'rxtk ot thli pro
ceeding is ordered pob. s '.ed n t- Beavkk Hxe
alii. a elu new-ra-r rb.l.S-d lis said cohb
Ir ard Tern u try. and tha- oae crnj uf ti.e roiee
be aadrel to ech of the belrs o' kl 4
osed at their jlare of resideore Io 5aW Torn
torr and cepoulM! n :Ae ltefflc-l;h roat.T
TftaidbT ui retltkserttea.tlU daj prior to
Witaes air nd aad tht sal of taM Court
heretin-o ifiMd tuis the 11th dax of Febmarr
,9J7;-.., H. b.MKKsii.
JsEAIl ProUtte Judge.
J. w. rawtu.
Attorney for Pe'l IocT. i H Sg 3
Department of the Interior. Land OQifeat
Woolward. 0i. Feb, 1M17.
otk? is hereby glren that the fa'.loulBc
named settW has Bird bo Jce of hli iRteelton 10
taake Coal proof la support of his cMlra. ad
that said pr of a til be made before H D. Ms,
Jijlg- of th Probate Crt of Bearer Ceantr,
Oktehaisa Tetltoy. or. ta his ab-rnce. latere
B. C. Hall, dert: of the Probat- Conrt la bis of
flee at Br&rer. OUahoaa Territorj, on April 1,
Dartd Orr McSVil. of Hibhs. OUa ll TH19,
for the SEt. S-c. a To. 5. N. B. 2. E. C M.
He names the foBowins wluv-e to proie hi
con-bHUMU residence nin ail rulilratlon of
saW land, viz:
i.Ham B. Howard, Orlando S. Alreir. Hol
land P. He' nek. John D. Sipe. all of Hlbb. Okla
Dicx T. Mosoxs, Berfjter.
2! 3 y
Department ot the latenor. land OSn- at Wood
Notice b herebf elrea that tbe feUovtac nam
ed .erur has nw notk ot hss laieniloa to
Bioxe Sflil proof la support of h 4 claim, and
tba-said Droo'vlll be made before Ira A- Hih.
tlerk ot the Dl'Jrtct Cotirt for Bearer Coistr,
Oaboica Terntorr. or, ta his absev, before
W. T. vrti.nn. .U drpatr. in bis oaVe at Bearer
Oklahoma Tertrj on Anl 3. ltK. ilz.
i. lass Tajl Deri of Uaard Tai
lor, deceased of Fl ris, O T-. for the
S, SVi. K hW SWH SEU, S. 17. Tp. S,
N. P.. Si. E O M. HE aH
He naiwe th Uilwlnc ltese t prore
his coattaoaits rei.lt-tce apon. and ceitlrauan.
Eccen- Baker, D.sfel U Bker. Vfiler B.
Kho-, TboSA Martin. ll of N e. Oils.
5-S1 3 2v Dkk t. Mouix. BesUter.
NOW IS THE TIME
To come in and Examine Our
Large and Well-selected Stock of
FALL and WINTER
And Get the BestBargajns.
Our Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Car-
pets and Clothing
Take the Lead.
Lumber and best grade of Coal
always on hand and at reasonable
J. IV. WEBB.
SJtvs-iSNis jS STnS - fcVj
Eat And Grow SPat,1
The Place to do it is at Dixon's Place.
The White House hotel.
BOARD BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
And even thing that goes to make up a complete
Grocery establishment. Flour, Feed and
supplies of all kinds. No need
elsewhere for an) thing in our
Our prices are right.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-
DeptrtsieM of the Interior. Load OSre at
Woodward. Oklahoiaa. lV-arj- a, lw
Notice Is hereof Siren that tbe teOote un0
rtlW hat eieil butkt- h' his tatenttea 10 mat-
NOTICE F)R PUBLICATION
Department of tbe lnterio- Land Pfttre at
Woodward Oilabc juJ 1 &, 1.V1
Notice Is heretr ctrtn that tte ToUolnc-na'red
v-ttrfr ha- ttied notice o: 11 lbtentioo to jrale
taal prior In. arrr!o: hli tmm. ahdlhatMld
ytooi wfll be made before h. d. Meee. iTotate
iK'gr. la and tor Bearer. Bearer Cooa.r. Oklaho
ma territory, or, in bU kunce. tW- B. C
HalL C lert of th- I'rot.. te ( oart In h s o-ee At
ii. 1 Beer. OkhtbOB Terrttorr oa Meh li. 1UJ7, m-
EARDSLEY & LANGSTON.
the mill: and hngs up the pr.ij and the
Thara is no rvaoable oxeu'e for
any man to lire in a town if h doesn't
like it. If you have tn word ot eora
nundaikm to mj tor year owr tows
its inslitutiotxi or people emigrate.
. - -. -t. . a a
t ou wotri rtop UC WW1 CKCS oy go
iU away. The church bell will hare
the tawtd'tnusioal ring, tbe little do
will play Just a well and pure air.
bright ?unshlne and kparLKit water
will hart the same health giving pro.
jtrtit Sp?ak a goI word tor your
neishburt, if you can; if you cannot,
don't PTfrlactingly enlarge on their
strainer. A ?raall phonograph ac-!
companies the outfit and yells "So" 1
when she moves. If she moves her '
foot a little dingus slips over a oon
divas and the phonograph says, "Dam
mit!" and if she continues to kick a
hinged arm catches the miikstoul and '
lams her over the back. A patent
churn goes with the outfit that wnrs
the butter in one dish and the hair in
See me for Grading Con
tracts for the Santa A?, Ba
ton $ Englcwood Kailroad. '
IfW. A. BERKEY
1-31 if Holland, Okla.
ite-Kx tetotv W. T. VaJun. hii deputjat hfeiof
aee M tvaier uia. jtii 3. VMH. U-
HT t,iKrTy ot Flirts Oka. HA. No
bo JleKlnner of Beaver Oila.. HE. N.i. ' Htarfr. O T
lor the sEU- Se. i Ti ..or R. ?i !
He sases the following trltseNtes to prove bis
coetlftootK reiklcoce Ufon and cuhtvaUon of
tU land tU.
Thona lBlov, A. M. Borram. WiU McCurdr.
of Beaver. OkU.. Jo m Bi man. at I al er. Ola
2 H Din T. Morgan. Register.
' We are prepared to furni.h Ah tracU of Till
to any lot o UrnU to Bearer Count? on hort
lS'; ?" Ut Door Soaiil Cort Hou.
l;,lorUw?fj.iE', aodS-H. aEH.Sec S.J
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tftl'S,:.E-. MT . . at Woodward. oy Jn . Iiu7.
U; W.olns w1:rf,w, to re his ' Notice U herebi plvea that the roHoatar-nateed
costhMous rertdrtice 150a. and ca tlta Jon of, j-ttlrr bM filed notice of his tatentioH to make
w"Uj"i'1 .... . . ' 0al Pnf to SHpiort ot bl clans, aad that said
Jan l.nan uabk-i t.-. tnce. Jatf r. Droor wrH t made before II n Mw Pt. ,
Barrov and Bes G. Brovn. al! of IVd. nt.Ii.
DlCX T. itOBGJJ., Register.
DepartsBMit of the Interior,
Umied SuiUri Lanrl (HHr-
Wfoiard. O. T Febnarr IX 1WT.
ce in and for Beaver coustr.
.i-... ..... . .
ia bu auseace den eei' h. V.
aid rrotate Cort at Beater.
Meh . IS. 1J7. VU-
Jara C Wlloo. B-arer. OkU- HA. No.
VXJJ, tor th SWH. Sec Zt. Tp. i, N. 5. 3, E. C
A sfflaiet cmiiwi afUarit Iwt.ii; ben filed '. Ut name the (ok7tA3 vitnees to pmre hit
ruukujLiuus teajuetHv uiva. ana culllfallOu 01.
do you pull and tug at your wire gates
when you can open nnd shut thim
easily with a fcOMoON SENSE
GATE FASTENER Tr ,.:it ,.i..
Oilahoraa. or I ,.....,. . """
UiH. Cierk of.v" u" WII "' wire or nettinc cate as
tight as any other part of the fence.
Beaver - - o
The year 1OT7 will certainly prove &
disastrous one if the fatalities of the
past two months are any criterion. A
continuous lo?s of life by wrecks, fires,
Hoods and epidemic has been the rec
ord. The latest disiter.in which from
W) to VSi lives were lost, and which
was a story of bitter agony and suffer
iag, was the collision of the schooner
In Uu r far, br YTe Cra.nnr nf Run..
OU citujt- uuut IIP. ra mjt fb-tJ said hind, viz:
b-fHUi. l-fr for the SS. of tbe NEV.! Kie H Lnnflearr 1
and the Nh of tie SE!, of t-1 f " E-llth Lo.fkurrow,
me S- ttMkiD t. urb nf np. 1 of BTrr. Okia.
K. E. r.M br C. e-ss L. B-auh. Olttbe. K ' . ! T. MoHiy, RgUter.
H)t hi biei it altewi tidir CnL S 73 It- "
Hrocrt. a vhuUr ate dosc id trari of j
1 fiMs mmn ramgw a rwarar UHirrcroo: lor a
t p-rki ' awr tKas 6 oooths iso saLbu id
j entry and eext inot to CcobeT Uth. WJ, that
bB the eip rati' a r tie ;r. afur the da:e
d eirr m aV that a-d traet 1 bo !
Mau abd reAt raiMi If ftd lurtr re-
qald bi Uw. aad tlat tald defaeiis have n t
Harry Kaowlton with the Joy line
If you bare become thoroughly steamer Larcbmont, In Block Island
tliegu?t-dr move away; go somewhere, j Sound, off th coast of Rhode Island,
ubere things will uit jou. February, lltb.
I have employed n professional baker
and hereafter will be prepared to fur
nish my customers with the choicest
viands known to the culinary art.
Pies. Cakes. Buns
wiches. A L MAC ARTHUR
a aaai a. ibih bihuivi lNHinMi naaan anaan lanf-i rak a ,
to hit ai4anat in u.e Ar. Xr . fifrf'li.uu.?ma; ljearer UKJWiolna, on tain a.w.vd-ree thertv a b lair Vm lt -Ti-..
Cannot xke Vailed Stal ta any i!?2,?A tk." . D. . - Uwaald default hare not been cure!.
ta tta. r. and Uu the aid eon"- ,ifi;T,tELrsw" S?'i vv' - JL! ."ilfiL" ' " land wa,
urbtsaiud br the Ueritr nri . "s T.:i?:: lt.vs' r. . . . or Marine Corps of th United Su.-T'i. .V:
forahe.nnsu.MJd case. Said par-I ,Sl,!!SXrSSwffifS?B: "?. n "? of war. and thU the id eon.
rar. iMixiDa Ami..iii..i - -- .v-.- . vui u iiniTP nt crn ti
' not dor
' inuai i
I lie are hrhr aotuScU ta auti
! orler endesco tooeeuur asd Alwotua at 1ft
' tf clock a. ta-. oo April S. I'M. IWnro
' Ira A- OOL Oerk of the Dutrict Coart, Bearer.
I Okla- and is hi ab-a before W. T. Qsinn,
hi depatr. and that asai hearing mill be Iteld
at la o'clock i a os April 14. IH1 b
fore the Hfcntr aad Receiver at tKe Umtod
BtatM Loi OtJirr is Wtlari. Okla.
, The aid comnUai harts is a proper affl.
dam. fUed P b. Ii. I'j ft, t forth facu vtuch
ahov thatafierdaedluscoce porvoeai Mmn
, of thtf Bouce car aot Ui evade, it u herebr or-
i dcml nd dircKtol that oea souce be trra
t br doo aad proper publleatioo.
J-3 -li. E. S. Wicoisi. Bccttrer.
NOTirE t)B PUBLICATION
IVpar trent of the In erior. Cnlted Sutes
Land iMBce at Woalirard. Okla D,a KM5.
Notice U herebr ciieo that tee folio te-naraed
ettler has filed notice of hertetenUoa lo make
final proof In mpro.-t ot ( er daloa, ad Uiat said
proof willi made before Ira A. Illh. Clerk or
thelHnrkt Court for Braver Cbuntv. OkUboma ! lelia.ion of ihi c st,
irmwij. w, m ui aiMrucr, iwiore H i. tTUIrin
- - Oklahoma
rr t.i o lrtwnt of the Interior.
United Mates Land Ollice. V..I, n
"?icjLn.t..,?nt LffM" W beeo HI ed
Mo. CoattanU aj.-ala HE No. vST-hI.
April riUUB, for Lot I ad hKH XKUES ll?
- iv-Mfc au i u.iui lilt niiavKil la W Uut.
n..u i - . .- ' v"' v -otu trnirr-
ju- -iui) aoan.tonl x,d tract of laml
far . twrwl of mow than sIX m nth tince mak.
imr -ld entrr and n. xt r rl.ir to t ?&??&
lalia.ion of tin c elt. h-!...!: .ifi,n?
ibmi.,,.. Ii,.i....r.'." iiri o
- j--- -. . ....m.v . jr aiu irnec or
Carter B. denser. Arthnr G Thorsa. I awrencc
McCabo ard Frtd C. TraCf. I1 of Bearer. Olla.
... . Dick T Mouoxs. Kecter
1 Si 3 2s
WILEY & WHITAKER
Special attention given to Land Law
and Federal Practice Practice in all
j Courts. Gni:a.v, Okla
int ii reaar to x
place as mar be tunnl l.v tv,
Heeeirer for ahearin in aid case.
utri an nrnjur nulinji ttmr-.mm - i" 'm
.-?. ... j. .-;.. rt - "?ivo ana
vj.. v.miv raWT mm allegation at 10
o'clock a. uu. od Marl. 3. VMi befo thl
Renter and Receiver at th United SU2
Land othce in Wcvd ward. O.T.
The said contestant Laricir in a ni .ri
Ls,'rOW,hta,,er dne dilic Sriwil
emco of thu notice cannot be made. It U
Ktren by doe and proper lmbliraUon
. 3 7 Dick T. IIoeqax. Reenter.