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H S. JUDY
Farm Loans and Final Proof &
ftaonahlo rat, with tlw Jtrlvllipoot B
tiiijrlns nit or a tmrtof iho loan nt nnjr l
v itmn irom onoyonr 10 uvo jrars, umco i,
i'( nt Tyrone okla.. Mid with W. C. Fnuor, H
SJ Heaver, Oklahoma. x
L. L. Long
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls answered in Automobile Resl
Ueneo Telephone, Number Twenty-live.
BEAVER, - - OKLA
Dr. J. A. Miller
Dentistry In all its branches. Plate
work a specialty. Gold crowns and
Beaver, - Oklahoma
R. E. Dickson, A. S. Dickson
DICJKSOiN & DICKSON
BEAVER, . OKLAHOMA
0. C. WYBRANTr
Land Attorney, i
1st door cast of Land Office.
WOODWARD, - OKLAHOMA.
Cost of High Living
In a recent address, Secretary of Ag
riculture Wilson summed up the
present agitation concerning high
prices by Buying that the chief causo of
the trouble was not tho high cost t)f
living but tho cost of high living And
certainly In tho the large cities of the
country, this covers much of tho cause
Many will kick about the prlco of meat
fo. their families without giving a
thought to Din high cost of boozo or
other expenses for gratifying personal
habits. But where docs tho farmer
como in? ..t is "nly in very rectnt
years that ho has begun to get fair
prices for his products. And now we
hoar his old-tlmo dispensers of good
advice blubbering bocauso prices are
tuo high for foodstuff and vowinp
they will eat none of it. They'll eat
it all right, but we have learned more
of their disposition toward farmers.
They aro fighting trusts, they say
And tho farmer who goes to market
with a load of hoes to which he has fed
high priced corn finds conditions un
settled and the buyers slow to take
hold. What is there for him to do? It
is upon him tho burden of this kind of
"trust busting" falls
W. A. BR1QQS,
xst door cast of Land Office
WOODWARD, - OKLAHOMA.
DEAN & STEPHENSON
Practice in all Courts.
"Land and Oommoroial Law &
HOOKER and WOODWARD. OKLAJ
L. S. MUNSELL, M.D.
Answers : Professional : Calls
NIGHT AND DAY.
In a Horsdmobile that does
not balk or stick in the aand.
Q. H. RUSH
Fresh and Salt Meat
Cash Paid For Hides
Phono No. S8.
Beaver. -:- -s
What to Look for in Buying
In buying meat it must also be borne
In mind that the price of a certain cut
Is not a criterion of the food value fur
nished, nor even superiority uf flavor
Take, for instance, the tenderloin,
which is the most expensive of all beef
cuts. While there is no doubt about
its tenderness its flavor is really nil
and must be enhanced in cookery bj
the juices from round steak or mush
rooms, as well as various high splcings
In selecting bepf the following points
arc to be considered :
1. Insist on seeing tho carcass from
which tKo meat is to be cut. If it carrii s
the stamp 'U.S. Inspected and Pas
sed" it id o guarantee from tho govern
ment that the meat Is healthy.
2. Choose fat beef. Tho fatter the
beef tho more tender. A prime piece
of meat not only carries an outside
sovering of fat, but the lean meat will
bo marbled with small specks of yel
lowish white fat.
3 Beef and mutton that have been
hung some time and kopt perfectlj
uveet will be much more tender. Lamb
and veal, being immature, spoil quick))
mid should be quite fresh.
1. Meat of any kind should have
little odor. It should bu Arm and dry
rather 'ban moist.
5. Select your meat according to the
Uio for which you intend it, and the
plumpness of your pocket book. A
'enoral rule is that the market value
i. f meat increases backward from the
head, but decreases downward toward
the legs. Thoso muscles which get
out little exercise will bo tender, while
ihe neck and legs, which are in con
stant motion, aro tough but juicy
For roasts or broiled steak or chops
tho primo ribs and tho loin will be
best, while the neck and legs aro bet
tor for broths. Tender muscles should
bo cooked quickly, but the toughv-r
portions require long, slow cooking
to soften tho liber. Tho Delineator for
Best Shade Trees to Plant
To tho Editor:
I write you in regard to tho organ
7iitiou of Corn Clubs in Oklahoma
among tho bovs under sixtcon years of
ago As you know, corn Is our most
valuable crop. Tho yearly yield is
about 3,000,000 bushels. Its value is
about $1,700,000,000. If corn bo King.
Oklahoma is the fairest portion of his
Whoever promotes tho production
of corn renders a valuable servico to
the stato. Everybody, including the
editors, can co-one ra to in this without
regard to party or tho tariff.
I have recently had a talk with
James Wilson, Secretary of tho De
partment of Agriculture of this city,
ii nd ho is anxious to co-operate. He
will send special agents to instruct
the boys and f will send agricultural
bulletins on the production of com,
fertilizers, cultivation, etc., to all
thoso entering tho contest. The state
Board of Agriculture should give di
plomas to the winners in the state,
and I will give a free trip to Washing
ton to tho winner, providing as many
as twenty-five enter tho contest.
This is tho plan in other states. One
boy in South Carolina raise 155 bush
els of corn on one aero and it sold for
Tho contest Is limited to boys under
sixteen years and is limited to one acre
The plan should be set in operation
through the County Superintendents
of Education, and through teachers in
the various school district. Other
ounty officials, bankers and business
men would doubtless oiler prizes. The
prize corn in each .County should be
tent to tho State Fair. This would
simulate u state-wide interest.
With best wishes and with sent!
inonts of tho highest esteem, I beg to
remain Truly your friend,
T. P. Goke
Railroad Time Tabic
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No. 'J C:(Vi p. in.
Westbound No. 3 0:1 1 p.m.
No. 1 ... U:10n.m.
Eastbound No. I 8 :25 a. m.
No. '- 3:25 p.m.
Westbound No. 1 12:13 n. m.
No. 3 11:20 p. m.
Eastbound No. 518 0:30 a. m.
Westbound No. 617 ,. .1 :30 p. m.
100 acres 2 miles south of Heaver,
10 acres in cultivation, house, good
well of water. A bargain if taken at
once. John O. Banks, Center, Texas
3-3 3-21 -It
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CLEAR LAKE, OKLAHOMA
(Tuesday, Thursday and Snt.irday)
Arrives 0:00 p.m.
Archer S. Barrow
Auctioneer and Live Stock Salesman.
ill cry sales anywhere. Auurcss
loris. Oklahoma. It P D. No. 2.
Stops th coutf t nd hal lungs
"I keep Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
Pills on hand all the time, and
would not think of taking a
journey without them, no mat
ter how short a distance I am
going. I have a sister that has
had terrible headaches for years,
and I coaxed her to try them
and they helped her so much,
she now keeps them by her all
tinje. From my own exper-
vientic l cannot praise iiicrn
MRS. LOU M. CHURCHILL,
63 High st.f Penacook, N. H.
Many persons have headache
after any little excitement or ex
ertion. They cannot attend
church, lectures, entertainments,
or ride on trains without suffer
ing. Those who suffer in this
way should try Dr. Miles' Anti
Pain Pills, They give almost
instant relief without leaving
any disagreeable after-effects, as
they do not derange the stomach
or bowels; just a pleasurable
'sense of relief follows their use.
Get a package from your drug
gist. Take it according to direc
tions, and if it docs not bcucitf
he will return jmt SKMtjr.
Arbor Day comes Friday, March 18th
1 nd it usually originates a discussion
as to tho best trees to plant. To hrow
tome light on this and other question
associated with tree planting, tho Ok
lahoma Experiment Station lias in
press a bulletin on Trco Culture, pro-
pared by Troft Morris of tho Horti
cultural Department. Tho advice of
fered on the extensivo results obtained
on the Station farm in growing treet
not only for shado and ornament, but
also for post and polo production. The
whHo elm, also called American elm,
is given iirst rank as a shado tree bo
auso of its sturdy growth and excel
lent Hluule.Tho soft maplo is given con
federation chiefly because of its rapid
growth, and tho same rofors to tho
Russian Mulberry which Is also vory
mrdy. For second bottom land or for
. locution moro or less exposed to the
vlnd, tho Hackborry is a favorite, The
white ash has been found especially
adapted for street uso whore tho foli
age is constantly oxposcd to dust.
Vmo.igtho nut-bearing trues the pecan
U most enthusiastically recommended,
though tho black walnut is not over
looked for bottom land. Tho oaks are
as a family well spokon of, though they
do not bear transplanting, as some
other varieties. For parks and pas
ture ground plantings they nro spec
ially valuable Among tho evergreens
the Scotch pine is given ilrst place for
planting in eastern and central Okla
noma with tho red cedar ranking noxt
Owing to the association of tho red
cedar with apple rust fungus, the
Cedar should not bo planted near or
chards, AVhito plno is not recom
mended for western Oklahoma though
Its beauty and thrift make It n fuvor-
tto elsewhere, Tho Irish juniper 16
considered among tho best for orna
mental planting. Thoso not on the
egular mailing list should writo fo
upies uf thu bullot'n to the Oklahoma
Experiment Station at Stillwater
far M(fr tun, tia oftiatt
Department of tho Interior, United Stntes
Land Oflicfi, Woodward, Okluboina, Feuruarj
A Mifllcient contest affidiiTlt liming teen (lied
In thii ofllco by W.irrcn S, Hood, of Lumbort,
Oklahoma, contestant, oKalnut Homestead Kn
.ry N0.3I9G3, mado Docomlwr II, 10O0. to.- NKV,
SWU Section II, Township 2, X ItniiRo 2U,
E. O. M., by Viola K. Mclnliu (now Viola K.
Hurnett) lias wholly abandoned said tract for a
period of moro than fix months last past mid
next prior to tho dtito of tho Initiation ot tblH
That she tiorcrdld nt any tlmo Mnco lnnkini;
aid entry, establish or malnt ill herroaidilice
thereon, or Improi o or cillthato thestlmo 111 uli
That said defaults liavo not beon cured.
That said alleged absenro from said land was
not due to Ills employment In the army, Nnvj
or Marine Corps of the United States In nn
capacity in tlmo of war, and this tho said con
testant Is ready to prove nt such time and
place as may bo namod by tho register and Re
ceiver lorn bearing in said cao. Said hartios
aro hereby notified to appear, respond and offer
evidence touching said alienation a 10 o'clock
a. m. on April tth, 1910, before tho Heclstor and
Keceivcrnt tho Unltod States Laud Olllco iu
TI10 said contestant having, in a proper ulll
dm It Mod February 17th, 1910, sot forth facta
which show that after duo dlllgcnco irsoim)
torvico of this notlco cannot bo made, It Is here
by ordored and dlrectod that such notice be
given by duo and proper publication
2-21 3-21 Geo. D. Ounkii, Hegister.
Church and Society Directory.
Services overy biindny morning and
evening. Sunday School at 10:00 a. 111.
W. B Luoxaud, Pastor.
Services every Stmdny morning and
evening. Sunday School at 10 o'clock.
O. S. Hutski,, Pastor.
Auxiliary to Presbyterian Church
meets every Thursdny afternoon nt the
homes of the members. Entertains
the public ilrst Thursday night of each
month. Everybody Invited.
Mas. W. 11. Lkokahd, PrcB.
Auxiliary to M. E. Church, meets
Mery Wednesday afternoon with tho
Mns. C. S. HutsnL, PrcB.
Preaching every Lord's Day morning
nt 11:00 o'clock and ovening at 7:30
o'clock. Bible School at 10:00 A. M.
All arc most cordially welcome at any
and nil services of the church.
Row R. R. ColToy, Pastor.
Ladies Auxillery to tho Christian
church. Meets overy Tuesday after
noon at th homes of tho members.
Work always on hand. Mombors al
ways urged to attend and others cor
Mrs. J. R. Qulun, Pres.
' Y. P. S. O. E.
Unlou Young Peoples' Society of
Christian Endeavor meets each Sun
der night at 7:00 p.m. with tho
All Endcavorers aro urgod to
be present and on time. Evorybody
heartily weVomo. Business meeting
.ubt Friday nigu uf eacn month.
Mnudo Thomas, Pres.
Notice For Publication
Department ot tho Interior, U. 8. Land Ofllco at
Woodward, Oklu., Feb. 10, 1910.
Ji'otlco is heroby given that lloss G. Phillips,
ot Rlvorsldo, Oklahoma, who, on Novcmbor 17,
1903, mado Homestead Entry No. 1K)93-0719S,
for NWX Section 22, Township !l, North of
Itungo 25 II, C. M has filed notlco of Intention
to make I'lniil Fivo Year Proof, to i stubllsh
claim to tho land aboro described, beforo V. T.
Qulun, Clerk ot tho District Court In IiU olllco
at Heaver, Oklahoma, on to 23d day of April,
Claimant names as nllncfsce: Moury C.
Phillips, John D. nice, Hajo Coleman, of- Itlv-
erslde, Oklahoma, Robert O. Dun lop, ot Clear
2-21 3-2( Geo D. OnNEii, RcgUtor
Notlco For Publication.
Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Olllco nt
Woodward, Okla., February 10th, 1910.
NotlcoU hereby givon tht Mowry C. Phillips
of IHversldo, Oklahoma, who, on January 15th,
1901, mado Homestead Kntry No. 20902-07774,
BWJiSoctlon 22, Township 3, North of Ilungo
20 E, C. M has tiled notice of intention to mako
Final Fivo Year Proof, to ostabllsli claim to the
laud abovo dehcrlbod, boforo W, T. Qultin. Clerk
of tho District Court iu his olllco nt Heaver, Ok
lahoma, on tho 23d day of April, 1910.
ltos C. Phillips, John D. Illce, Ham, Coleman
all of Hhersldo, Oklahoma; Robert G. Dimlop,
Clear Lake. Oklahoma
2-21 3-21 fino.D.OBNEB. Rcglstor,
1 3iva,lre Pinal Proof
g BEFORE g
I THOS. P. BRAIDWOOD,
U. S. Commissioner p
I Careful Alien lion Given all Applications for
1 Final Proof
I BEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA
them to an
Spring plowing is at
plements need attention,
up to date Blacksmith. 1
cry to execute any class of work.
Discs and Plow Shares a Specialty
Your horses shod right
I). A. KILB LMacksanith
Bolin, Hall & Co.,
Coal and Building Material
Everything in lumber and Building
material, cement, brick, roofing, lime
lancy porch and "house finishings.
First-class Lump, Nut and Hard Coal
Highest Market Price For Wheat
Tycon aiJ Hooker, klahoma
Oklahoma Post, No. 1 Grand
Army of tho Hopubliu.
MeotB every 3ml and -1th Sat
urday of tho month at 2:00
p, m. Visiting comraduH
3.11 Quik.v, Com,
I. S. DnuMMOND, Adj.
Beaver J.od;o No. 200, Ancient
Free and Accepted MasoiiB.
Meets lHt and 3rd Saturday
nifjlitK of each month. Mom
bors of tho order alwava wel
come. J0.UK HluVKlAAUU, W. M.
l'ionoor Loduo No.
lows meets evorv
Monday night. Visiting members uf
tho order Invited.
A. I. Fosimit, 0, O, DeQuaw,
Scandrett & Fuest
Hents :ti Din
Beaver Lodge No. 7,
Knights of Pythias
l. Moot in Castle Hall
iQovory Tuesday night.
visiting uruiuow woi
. QAnnjcrT, C. 0.
J. BbAXCiiAiiu, 1. of It. and S,
Notlco For Publication.
Dopartment of tho Interior, U. S. I.uiul Olllco at
Woodward, Okla., February 23. IU10.
Notlco la hereby git eu that QooriM O. Elevens,
of Lorena, Oklahoma, who, on March, 23, 10Q3,
made Homejieud Kntry Jv.U50i.Vlllfi, for i (irth
half qf the eoutlmust quarter, and tint "t'at
halt of the northwest quarter of Section 31,
township 6, North ot Nance 21, K. C, 51. , has
Dlcdnotico of Intention to mako Final Klvo
Year Proof, o cMulillsh claim to tho laud
aLove described, beforo W, T. uun, Clflk of
the PUtrlct Court, III hi olUw In HcuWt,
Oklahoma, on tho 7th dny nf Miiy, 1910,
Claimant uiKUeH a ulllRMosi (leOluo W,
William, of l.iiKemp. Oklu. I Calloway Quen,
John D. iioditos and John K. Arnold, all of Lo-
3-31 5-7 5w Oeo. D. ObNKE, HowUtur,
Oumi) No. 7738 Mod
urn Woodmen of Amor-
ica meets every 2nd
Neighbors li good
Quinn, T. O. Duwha,
Clor, V. O.
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Meets every 2d A -1th Sat
urday night. Visiting
brothers and sisters cordi
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