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V h Bonrdsley
D. P. Miller,
J W Oulwell,
G W Meeks,
Ada I) Smith,
G 0 Mnphet,
li 0 Lewis,
A 1 Hatfield,
Supt. of School
Register of Deeds
Com. 1st District
Com. 2d District
Com 3d District
The First .Monday in January, April
July and October.
U. S. Land Office, Woodward
E Wiggins, - - Recoivor
G D. Orner, - - Register
District Court Officers.
Hon. R. II . Loofbourrow, Judge
Hon. John Embry, U. S. Attorney
Jonn R. Abernathy, U. S. .farsiml
W. T. Quinn, District Clerk
The First Monday in January, April,
July and October.
Post Office Hours
Changed by order post master gen
eral. Will take effect on and after
February 1st, 1000, as follows:
Lobby open from 7 A. M., to 0:80 I
M. Ofllce open for business 7 :30 A. M.
to 0 P. M. Sundays one hour after
arrival of mail.
Jno. R. Thomah,
How Good News Spreads
' I am 70 years old nnd travel most
of tho time," writes D. V Tolon, of
Elizabethtovvn, Ky. "Evorywhoro I
go I recommend Electric Hitters, be
cause I owe my excellent health and
vitality to them. They cflcet a cure
every time." Thoy never fail to tone
tho stomach regulate tie kidneys nnd
bowels, stimulate the liver, invigornto
tho nerves nnd purify tho blood They
work wonders for weak, run' down men
nnd women, restoring strength, vlicor
and health that's n daily joy. Try
them. Only GOo. Satisfaction is pos
itively guaranteed by FO Tracy.
Tho 100 acres known as tho old Sod
Town claim, near Lockwood is now
for sale. It is a good pieco of lnnd in
a ilno location. Well watered and
very desirable for a home.
Mns. Edna Bkow.v, Ellsworth, Knns.
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Real Estate Transfers
For tho week ending March 12th,
1310, furnished by Lawson it Wright
Abstracters, Reaver, Oklahoma.
Moses O Brown, S2XE1, NEIXE-1, NE
Edward L Jonas, SE-l-lO-o 21
Arthur S linilonn, Sli 1-0-2-20
Fred A Hush. L-8AI. 3E1-0 AL-1 ; Llfc
Ira I) Tenkum, XW-l-32-5-28
D P Young, L 1A2E2NW4-7-2.2Ti
Rolla IJ Shelter, W2NE1, W2SE 1-21-2-28
Jnmos C Ilenoh, S3XIV4. N2SW4-2-1-28
, illiam W Fpyers, E2NE-1, E2SE-1-33-
Oeorgo W Macomber. SUN'EI, S2NW4-
PS llavlce. S2SWJ-2.N2NW1-11-1-28
John J Pntzkowlck, SW-l-Wi-a-'U
William McVickor, SE 1-28-2-25
Leonard K Orr, NE 1-3 1-0-23
Charles W Colbert, XEM7-N20
Archibald Dangan, S2rfEl, NW1SE1,
Blanch Tiniiln, XWJ-27-3-22
Lnura II. Robins, n SW1-0-3-22
Frink A. Clark, E2SW1-0-E2NW1-7-4-vo
Oscar Blankenship, SWt-25-3-30
Charles J Caluhan, E2SE4, W2SW1-2U-
Wesley M OrIimvood,,L-l&2E2NV-J-3Q
William M Hart-, SW1-35-2-21
Cliurles E Stitos, SE1-S-3-20
Jesse Perkins to John Taylor. SW-lN
Wl-20-4-20 $1000 0"
Alvin L Bourqiiin to Charles A Bour
quin. E2SE 1-21-1-20 700 00
Marion Johnson to May Bulick L-1A2-S2NE1-1-2-21
S J Cole to R F McPherson, SWI-ll-N
W-1-I4-0-2S 0000 00
S J Cole to B F McPherson, NEI-15 0
28 3000 00
James I) Whitsel to R M Whitsol, NW
4-20-0-21 100 00
R B Ruth rford to S C McPherson, N
Wl-22.0-23 2000 00
II M Buliek to Marion Johnunn, L-ll-AI2-Block
130, Beaver, Oklahoma
William T Claybrook to Edward P
Fuller, SE 1-22-2-20 000 00
A Timely Protection
Everyone knows the after effects of
LaGrippoaro often more dangerous
than tho disease So qften it leads to
l pueumonin, which a weakened heart
action makes futnl. La Grippe coughs
that strain nnd weaken the system
yield quickly to tho healing and
strengthening qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. For sale by F. C.
, It has been a cardinal principal of this store to clean out our stock at '
"CLEARANCE SALE M
twice each year. We regard it a greater inducement for your trade, with correspond
ing greater sales for ourself, to be enabled to offer customers new, fashionable, wear
able goods at the opening of each season even though necessary to sacrifice a portion
of the closing season's goods at an actual loss than to carry such goods over from
season to season and be compelled to offer you our shelves filled with shopworn goods the following seasons
At the close of our recent clearing sale there remains many items of goods suitable for early spring wear, yet which we must dis
pose of to make room for new goods, -,
The prices for which we shail offer these remaining goods will make it profitable for you to buy them, even to lay away until next
fall. They are on bargain tables, priced with red tags, and every red tag means cost or less for such goods.
This week's arrivals brings our complete line of men's dress and negligee shirts
If you desire something "NIFTY " just drop in and see them
Although shoes are still going up, ours were bought last September, received in December, and our complete line for spring and
summer is now opened up Advances in prices did not affect us, it will not affect you.
The largest stock of shoes in the county, every pair a "SELZ" shoe, any leather you desire in any style
you desire, at any price you desire.
Enumerators on the Ranges
LIc-S(ock Cccsus to be Taken by
Them Instead of Special Agents
Washington, D C, February 1010-
It has been decided by tho Census
Bureau authorities to have tho census
enumerators tako the census of tho
number and value of the live stock on
lhc ranges of tho Western states ns a
part of the the Thirteenth Decennial
Census, beginning April 10, next.
Tho census authorities nrc convinced
that the enumerators will be able to
gather these statistics even more cx
pcdiously, correctly, and economically
than would be possible by special
agents under existing conditions.
This decision wns not reached until
after Assistant Director William F.
Willoughby had returned to the bu
reau from n series of conferences
throughout the West, which were at.
tended by all tho census supervisors In
tho rang'- states. Ho v;as accompan
ied by Chier Statisticians William C.
Hunt and Le Grand Powers, uf tho
population and agricultural divisions,
The supervisors in conference recom
mended that the work be planed in the
hands of the enumerators. They as
sured the assistant director the enu
merators can do it, in connection with
the count of population nnd farms,
with greater dispatch and economy
than could special agents, They stated
thai there would bo no difficulty what
ever if the live-stock owViers were
made to appreciate the fact that in
giving to tho enumerators the infor
mation regarding their live-stock hold
ings thcro is absolutely no danger of
it being communicated to county as
sessors or Forest Service officials. The
supervisors stated that o hcrvvUo
there might be hesitancy to furnish this
data for fear it might mean extra tax
ation or inrgcr grazing charges
Mr Willoughby pointed out to them
that under the act of Congress provid
ing for the present census every super
visor, supervisor's clerk, enumerator,
nterproter, special agent, or other
employee must make oath nt to di
vulgo any information contained in
the schedules, lists, or statements ob
tained for or prepared by tho Bureau
of the Census to any person or persons
He informed them that tho penalty in
the law provides that a violation slinll
constitute a misdemeanor, to bo pun
ished by a fine not to exceed $1,00J or
by imprisonment not to oxeced two
years, or botli fine or imprisonment, in
the discretion of the court. .Tho bu
reau authorities have alwnys main
tained tho position that all informa
tion gathered by it was for its sta
tistical use solely, and would not un
der any circumstances bo imparted to
any other branch of the government.
Will You Help Us
find A. P W. Stowell, who left his
home in Obcrliu March 1st, 1010, while
A. P. W. Stowell is a young man,
30 year old; 0 feet 4 Inches tall;
weight 118 pounds; light complexion;
blue eyes; brown hair; smooth shaven
when he left here, but might have
benrd now. He wore soft black hat,
brown coat, brown sweater vest and
gray pants. He does not smoke swear,
drink nor play cards. Ho is a member
of tho Presbyterian church and M. W.
Any information as to his location
will be appreciated by his wife, Mrs.
Ola Stowell, Oberlin, Kansas. Ober
lin Eye, March 17. 1010.
Tho Marthas will conduct an Easter
bazaar at which time they will have a
fine l'ne of everything usunlly found
ut such sales on display. Place will be
announced Inter tf
Call and get your 1010 Cardui
Weather Calender, and incidentally
oborve that tiie weather man prom
ties us a wet season next yenr.
F. C. Tiucv
W. G. Price
, IX MUXSELL BUILDING
( Bring in your repair work (if nny
kind. Clocks, Watches Jewelry re
Cures Backache, Kidney and
It corrects irregularities,
strengthens the kidneys so they
will eliminate the impurities
from the blood and tones up
the whole system.
Commence taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy at once and
avoid Bright's Disease or Dia
betes. 50. and $1.00 bottles.
F. C. Tracy.
JOHN A. SPOHN
CLOSED ! !
Saved a Soldier's Life
Facing death from shot and shell in
tho civil war was more agreeable to J.
A. Stone, of Kemp, Tox., than facing
it from what doctors said was con
sumption. "1 contracted a stubborn
cold" he writes, "that developed a
cough, that stuck to me in spite of all
remedies for years. My weight ran
down to 130 pounds. Than J. began to
use Dr. King's New Discovery, which
completely cured me. I now wcigli
178 pounds." For coughs, Colds, La
Grippe, asthma, hemorrhage, hoarse
ness, croup, whooping cough and lung
trouble, its supreme. 00c, $ 1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranted by FC Tracy
A Night Alarm
Worse than an alarm of firo is at
night is tho metalic cough of croup
bringing dread to the household. Care
ful mothers keep Foley's Honey nnd
Tar in the house nnd give it at the first
sign of danger Foley's Honey and
Tar has saved many little lives and it;
the only snfe preparation for children
a it contains no opiates. For sale by
F C Tracy
Cures Ooldt i Pravonts Pneumonia
W. L. DOUGLAS
Best In (he World
Fast Color Eyelets Used
V. L. Douglas shoes are the lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qualities excel those of
other makes. If you have been paying
high prices for your shoes, the next time
you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes that are just as
ood in every way as those that have
?n costing you higher prices.
.f you could visit our large factories
t Brockton, Matt., and sec for yourself
ow carefully V. L. Douglas shoes ore
-lade, you would then understand why
.hey hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes.
" Vl'TlON W. l. Doiinlat name and prlrc Is
'mpl onthelxitiomioproteri in wnrrr aealnut
-'i prltvo nti't Inferior thors. Tn kr . Nitl.M I.
ir. It W. U IMirlisn(iftrpnoforMj(lii jonr
Inlly.wr'i' ror JJmI Order Caialut,'. W.L.DougLu,
FOR BALE BY
J. O. MILES.
ft . Fxrl
Sweet "William An old buggy can
bo mado to look like new by applying
Glostf Dlak Permn-Lac on the gearing.
Sold by F. 0. Tracy.
One lino of information in yourhomo
papor may bo worth a life-time sub
scription to you subscribe now !
Try the Herald job rooms with your
next order for stationery.
Send the Hkiald to n friend in tho
East or some other place.
Slates, tablets, chalk and all school
supplies at Tracy's Drug Store.
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A Chance to Get Three Great
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Tiie great paper of this community
is tho Herald. You must have this
In ordor to get all the home news.
Tho grent paper of Oklahoma is the
WEEKLY OKLAHOMA STATE
CAPITAL. This you need to get all
tho news of Oklahoma as well as tho
general news of tho world.
The grent Farm Paper of Oklahoma
Is tho OKLAHOMA FARMER.
If you are a farmer you need this
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It has special writers in each depart
ment of farm work and is filled with
information for farmer.
The most successful farmer is the
one best informed. Farming is as
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ers of these papers so that we can make
you a freo gift of the two for a year if
you will pay all back subscription to
the Heuald and i year in advance.
Tliis oiler applies to old and new sub
This is a rare chance to gt the two
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Tiir Heraid, Beaver, Okla.
Succeed when everything else falls.
In ncrvou3 prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it I the best medicine ever told
over a druggist's counter.
FRED C. TRACY,