Newspaper Page Text
Official Directory Country Correspondence,
b', S, Land Office, Woodward
District Cottrt Offfcer.
Center few i rip Oft aftr nrw foe W B. ami
W mrry fc.iiwiiwn'i! eft Mr ' Owf nVMi.
f 3 Ikf in fcn IM hw -tea. in pm x Friiiw ftomtotx iM .ill n
a-, fa hmm fa an Wn wrf- fd jfe Raw. Bmm XsKMiip nfafm-
" Twr rifenVM mm a W. B. Xterft-
. Mrfm up fliw iny wiA jhfc', Imc .rw ,t femlimf mc 3
JfV. ffer fWMri i J.' WW j. nr rtwmr mtrMd
Tfr K H 1sr4ymrmr . 1W
r 'mm. fclCTMJ.r rnmVr-mm aWr.j
U)fnm.(oner3 Meet , ifantm r
( iwf Ohm&t. Jttt. I. J FfctUp" wW trt tmn wnmV
.. 1 1 Kam fa M ' mti"
far a Mfc,
rTrt y49tmJmmei-Xt Mm. 3tm Ctmf fatter, Xr, Xh h
Uj J7 rifm it. am v. fimtmbrf far ,t ,
. I igr p aM4 n mul.'i i trip w
Posfofffcc Hours l T7; ..
iiR'y or- frm f : .m- p m fJ -.
j - wh wflpByjw wnwi Py
'""r wwmmW Vwliilwl. JfttMMM I
r.i . w i r- - - ----- r --
""" "' " Jwrcil MMlk
?nfanl l iprtiJ Atflllg niiilj f fc
Wwiiftry ft m
Otunty Sunday trl OmytntUm
txs fT ?mftxj Mrt C-
trtttvm vhtefc hm hm prfitmir
- . . . f
4 rrr.f i fc wf k fa , Vim 0Ci
l ,it a-tHitnlir t 4tzt- trmm J
wahJf Th program pWifciHf
Winril worfe we r pr"lJ.
-O'orlAj'.-teKoof Workr C it
V clir,l wa Irt Attend a m Aff jrT A
n -wfr of Mhl; Sniff fUnx ' -n'rwiif
lalfc ttwt afMreM th
Palr ar 'w wh m Ut hr M
fuMff A'id '! in thr work H I a
rirn;.fMh?rg A gre At (fI fr tbf Sn-
fy "tfhtifit rnttm in Oklahoma al Jf
Will Mrfc wfaft )m rr m
MM f'4 fffar 3mxjfi
Jfe, .14 Na HT;tr C
(to MMM fWMttfl flH fcfcf l7
Mr BiMfajfa) m4 family n SmtJhy
M Mt. Mr.mbW .
JUwfc jWmn tyw SmwAmt
Tte fc a w famfty ml r
n lfa Tjfar r.tmek. Aawfcef Mx
mnfl Mi tor rwrnl rm 1, Xr
yiwr ww a fa 0v winv mwvt
JfftM fWim KMM fmwif
3Cr and Xrs. Ijmj Hanc a mtnj
rjlwty Ihui a gvi m.
iMlkBiMk ftatC Ae Btfemcanse fa
jnskir ifcmfr moiifcail m. h al
Un. RA in ilfaniHir a wtt far
4jii nmif farmtidNML
Pteict Jw'im itncmS at Liberal
lHmrminj vcilk Mnr famnm 4a.
Ornl Barton r Glurfer with
lfaH ktrfC .
Iu Km imi limifti SAt wwt to
A roi aa Ar tut wwfe t. c
liar rrfa ami Kay Kite ac 4ittaaff '
PHOTOS! PHOTOS! PHOTOS!
rc3)lan "W'T ' -n'1 -nak w rttacpreati? rMJai-ndra'ca JrtJt cirtu ir
ami my ari ooft w tlw wry kit-MS. Call and ee my werk- .
John H. Lawsoo, Prop.
C. W. HOSKINS
Watch-maker and Jeweler
Fine and complicated iralch work a specially. At Gera
Beaver ... Oklahoma
rTfto I far fcut ?&
Y.rryhAj U rrfafahtjf or 'rtw -rat
wr ktui. It will nm& t4b suVftt
A . Krtrxit amd family pnl
ThnnloftMK IJ At ikt hnm at Mr.
awl Mr, I). M. VNftra.
f Y. Krmrm Ami fam4?y ant Si
(ay at tfa; hwma of Mr, awl Mr, A. 3.
Viitmti aim! family.
fiy Stimsr ffit ftomfay witM l!il'
KIIM Carnptrtlf vrm at hmn Hwwlay.
fie i workfwK for J '.Att9it-.
C If lUttvm.vrilH ami Imbr Bnt
..-- -. .1
..tfrar"'wUI rfinr fruit. Th! guslar ftt thf Ikha- of Warrn
t t -
fU'tntruon tul niiUh ii y,nie. If mr
r'tl Mil will ffornfi Ut lnria ttai
ititrrft In tfi work and plar a Hun
il -fr'lifiril In tli r-aflli of 'r-ry tj
afrtl irl r tli' witioty
Tlif f 'Ttlori cl(wfl Hondny -rtl(it(
with tlirt annual ftleattou of
(irr at willed tuw tint followlti
wr rfifHcii for tli nritulN(( Icrm
I'rwiloVnt ('. H. Kfu,of lN'fin
Vlr-I'r(Ml(lcnt MIm AIm UVIr, of 1
H'fclrf'Trpaiiiriir--M)i, V I!
KhiwIm awl family Tby lnf(l thfrf
until after annper and tFn all went
downUW.il liMldlnk aw! bad a
blK tniHleal nnU'rtalnrnont. C. II.
lirown played Hie violin; NVarron
fCnowIaa tli uini; .Mh FIoreno
lleddlnk nlnyed tle (ilnno.
Mli Klla I)rm went borne 'flidrj
day to her boniH on Ghi Crunk. Her
father accofu(ianfcd ficr Itnck and
Mtaid until Monday morning
Mrx. lU'tl Hklnner and children upciit
Thursday evenlriK at Mm W II. Ifwl-dluk'4
Ca.hpald for hid.- at the city meat , Ml.mn v,nUi.y ftri(1 (lf(.y IIIwlp
rKtrfct So. 2 Metier.
( Turn la fa h we.
Ffeaftk U 7Ktt:xOr jkA m tfc
Jm yihttktil rUf.4 frimt hd trip
t 3t-irl hit wtt'k. Ai Mi be
famtrf M wMrt wnrtl.
We ktr Um tA. tf tle tfcrejfer arf
it i'.wn Hi mVl timn.
Wit iH eWVkR rMAi? The bAii
Hor lly haw rxnt.d a ImIi e
tftfai "TT Kvmlt " TVy mtlA
PrMay evenfnx at J C. A fw of tm
MfriboM got xt aim gate tW
romtr a srprM ly dr.ppig in "
th-im witii a opply of AnintMrA, anl a
;pvl time wa Karl nntfl a ktr Iwwr.
Thftoxl UmUm nmtA iwtHe h
Me moted Ut the eater f tbe re
malrider of diurfet 27, am! jKjttool ta in
Mr. Sutton Ha Ihnwi HaollnR orn
tbl wek fnr Otto f)arly. from Kl
The Garden Valley Literary gare a
Mr supper lait Haturday ernlng to
defray liUiturf exftenei. I'i roll a
bKh at you like, and a fat pori; for
Hie literary wai aooiiraJ r'terylxxly
hwl a wa time and are lofikin for
ward Ut the next urn-. Arrangement
were alao made for a ClirUtmai rnter
inlmnont. MnH. I'.wIImer, Hall and Stphen
doti made a trip l, KnIewfod thU
Mr, fifeo. iinrkart, who ha been
Iok, Id recoTerJntf xlowlir.
.Ia. Curtla made final proof at
Woodward tliM week, taking .1. A.
Mltolio'l and Jet Mill a witnome.
X A U:Cwc4j wf MAfar? (he rsaiiu
wrfcI MM" H4 oet.
A. T tp" awl W . It. Or?2jr
mni a n4fnH trip us Lmoral thi
Mrs. WilNanM and gWMres. Lord
And Afca tfent tmt day wit Mn. A. A.
Mh4 (rfta Stiipfcoimt, Cnca Weir.l'
ix:eU3. MeCall, 3lary HcCay And Mr
Jay Grfr? UWn dinwer wftk M
I.ileN snnday. 1
M4in. Afaddox And Rfcani WiTft '
Tfcere wl be a Ch.-Mtmn. tre at tbe '
Mhorrf home CbrittmAf Kre.
City Meat Market,
0. H. RUSH, Prop.
StrVwty Smitajy A.i K.-4ii of Frwh. Clean Meat. Pare Lard, an
Smoked and Salt Meati-Hams, Bacon, Bologna.
igal g. citl; 'MtwcUr
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Jevelrj-. SilTenrare, Optical Good (Cat Glass, Diamonds, "Watches, Clocki,
ArtCKttrfi and Fjiw Chia PIANOS and ORGAN'S. Storei in Liberal
flanjai, and Hooker Oklahoma
Christmaa Advertiiinz. 1
It ha. long Ieen th cuuom of
CfcrhtmAi iboppm to ean the erl
umn of the daily and weekly papr J
arrnt ChriUfnn time for bind Ami
help in making tneir Chrntmat
ebetiofH. The readers of the IIcza to
will not lf disappointed thi-t week I
when tb-y iieek h informatimi for I
the JIr.f.r.r is chuek full of gwxl Ideas I
Intended to belp you in your pur- I
chaiing. Itead each adverti.ment
carefully arnl we think that ywi will
find upon conclusion that Feaver mer
chant have Jut the gowli that you
require ?nd when you call upon them
the price will be another Item in your
favor. The day of Sears, Sawbtick &
Co , hnn psMcd in tri section. There
can ns no excuse for our readers doing
their shopping away from home. Our
stores are big and full of good and if
I j on don't find Jut what you are look
ing for it will be the exception and not
HOGS gfc CATTLE
Will buy or handle on Com
mission. Cash paid for Hides
W. G. Stranathan, Beaver, Okla.
If you lose anything, or want some
thing, put a small liner In the IIebamj.
Only 5c a line.
Takxs Up At my place 2 miles
north and three-quarters mile east of
Sophia. Okbhoma, one estray cow
branded W -X on left hip. Owner
ran have same by paying for her feed
bill and damages.
12-17 12-31 3wk Sophia, Okla
"Mother" Han-on, who has been
rNIting relatives and friends in eastern
Kansas for the past two months, re
turned home the latter part of last
week. Her many Heaver friends were
glad, to welcome her return and know
that he had such a pleawnt visit.
Spend Pleasant Evening.
A numbir of the younger set spent a
very pleasant evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. liulick Monday
evening the occasion being a party in
1 .!... . 1WVS
1 nonor 01 me lauera sisior anu ueimar
Quite a number of invited guests
were in at tendance The evening was
spent in playing various game.
Mrs. John Hum is now employed as
cook at the White House Hotel. She
had thn misfortune to run a nail in her
foot the first of the week which is
causing her some trouble but she is
still able to go about her work.
LOW PRICES! NEW GOODS!
Sixty days ago we believed that we had overstocked on Fall and Winter Goods. Thought we
had bought more than we could dispose of. We marked them very low. The Result: We have already
sold out of many items, and have had to reorder. We have just received a second shipment of
FALL and WINTER GOODS.
With no old goods to be worked off, with our stock new, clean, and seasonable, we offer NEW GOODS, and goods that
you want, at prices that have already demonstrated that they are bargains.
Jus! received nuollicri shipment of those 12 l-2c to 15c Outings, which wc mark the same as before, 10 cents. Pleecc lined dress goods, at a qricc that makes them sell, 10 cents
Cotton mill Wool dri s goods 2,S to SOc
5 lo 10c Cotton lllanki'tM voe Women's Shoos, nil leather ly $1.60 lo $4 Children's Overcoats $2.50
H , mm'T '10c $1.25 to S3 Hoys' Duck Coats, water and Men's Overcoats and riuits.. $8 to $15
" ' '" Ullmr niioiw, mwonilMK 10 MM MiiiUMill leatl.er,"3el" winilnroof SI No Sl.oddv. iinnkrunt or out.of.lne
brand, you know the qua'. Children's Suits ..$1.50 Goods In the Line.
$1 to $2
These prices apply today, every day this week, every week this year. Our low prices are marked to apply every day of the year.
SPECIAL: The only shoe a boy could not put out of business would be an iron one; but as iron shoes are not on the
market we have bought what wc believe to be the best substitute in leather. It is our ' '
"IMPERISHABLE SOLE" BRAND.
It is a shoe for everv day and Sunday. A full stock box calf upper, english back .stay, reinforced inside and outside, full
leather sole, reinforced with an outside elk skin sole, viscolized, waterproofed and fireproofed, sewed, standard screwed and nailed.
Having just placed them in stock wc cannot vouch for their wearing qualities, but if its wearing qualities are half as good
as its appearance it should last as long as two pairs of ordinary shoes, w.iile th price is but little higher than the ordinary. Call
and ask to see the "Imperishable Sole" brand. .