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The BeaVeP Heralll
MAUDE 0. THOMAS, - - Poblhher.
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Advertising rates made kiwi
application. Pries reas anabls.
Subscription Price. SI. 00 a Year
1 hc-ity iMOtiM mjlf euaii
dxte for SberfaJ of Beaver Coanty.
f abject to tbe deciiioa af tae voters
at tfee primary election ana" tbe Be
H. D PECSHAM
To the vottrt of Bwrer Cauatr, Staa
Gentleiaes) : 1 hereby iuiwih arr
sIf as a Democratic candidate far Vr
iSof this coeaty,bfeet la tbadecMoe
of tbe voien-at tke primary elect
to be held August 2m!, 1M0. Aad if
nominated will endeavor lob eluded,
and if elected, with the experieaee I
have had in eouaty affain will makr
70a s good sheriff. as I will ill tb
o3ke without fear or favor.
H. D Ulnar.
I hereby announce myself ax a Re
publican candidate for Ooeaty Tr
urerof Beaver County.
J. W. Hctbekso?, Eater, Okla.
FOP. REGISTER OF DEEDS
To the voters of BeaTer comity: I
hereby pobKcally aBROuaoe c$ a can
didate for Repter of Dei. is of Beaver
county, Oklahoma, sub)cl to the rot
en thereof nt the Primary election to
be held August !, 1010. Two year?
experience a deputy under Ada It
Smith, present Register of Deeds.
WALTER K. FICKKL,
FOR CLERK OF THE DISTRICT
At the request of numerous friend
1 have decided to announce myself s
candidate for the ofiiee of Clork of the
District Court, subject to the decMon
of the Republican Primary August 3d.
1010. J. I. BUNYARD, lxrena,0k)a
Worth a Dollar a Drop
Fred Patchen, Manlius. K. Y .
writes: "For a long time I wa af
fected with kidney trouble which
caused an almost constant pain in tny
back nnd inflammation in my bladder
Other remedies did not even relieve
nic, but two fifty cent bottles of
Foley's Kidney Remedy completely
cured mo and I have not had snj
symptoms of kidnoy trouble for over
two years." For sale by F 0 Traey
District Court Proceedings.
State of Oklahoma rs Fred Lundy
Dismissed on motion of oouaty attor
ney. State of Oklahoma rs J. W Cttlwell
State of Oklahoma vs Frank M.
Thompson Misstrial, hung Jury.
Alex Brown vs A. J. DIokson nnd
Belle Dickson Suit on nottt. Contin
ued. F. C. Tracy vs Darid J Howard
Suit to set nidH deed. Report of Ref
eree confirmed judgment for Trney.
G. 0. Brown vs W. L. Ledbsttor
J. E. Georgo Lumber Co vs Let"
Smith Petition for forceUm!!-' Ooii-
tinued on application of plaintiff.
Beaver Co., Oklnhotnu vs J. II Lmig
ston, Ex Co. Clerk nnd R. B. (Juiiin,
et al Continued.
Wm. J. Nottholl vs Sarah M. Mulvey
Eliza Brown, Admr. of Alex Brwn.
deceased vs Clifton C. Cope Petition
ui Replevin- Continued
Sims Brown vs W II Carlisle J W
Savage Suit to set aside Mortgage
August Reimcr w F B LaBelle A
Minnie K IjtBoIle Foreclosure mort
gage. Continued for service.
Ellen SI Curtis vs William II Barnes
A- Ada B Smith Petitlpn to cancel
W H Wilcox vs Iattie Gregg A
Clyde Gregg Foreclosure. Continued
J G Bryson vs Fred M Beube et al
Foreclosure Dismissed at oot ol
Spoigal, May, Stern Co. vs Albert
Wellborn Suit for debt. Continued
Fred 0. Tracy vs Albert Wellborn,
Suit for debt. Judgment for plaintiff.
Eva Schultz vs Mitcbawl .Sehullz
Divorce. Decree granted
L S Scott vs M E bootlDlvorce.
Decr of divorce denied.
31 IS Boardmau vs Arthur Boardman
Divor . Decree granted.
B G Bingham va C 0 Curtis Fore
closure. Dismicseo! without prejudice
Eveiy Btono in an arch Is a koy.
stone, though the name is usually ap-
plied to the center one. !
Sariag b here at lost aad tbe people
of tbfc vicinity are sewiesr tbeir spring
Mrs. Mary latoa's nboaI eJow
Friday. Sac bat taagbt a vary a
eeaefal ten aad w boat to m bar
leave. Tbre will be a pragmas oa
Mr Cart Gregg retaraei froai La
Kane where at bar bora ranrtar; witb
M r. Veaa Paae went to Liberal the
rat of tbe wee to awe Ms wife wao
baa beea ap hi Kaajas vfeMbog.
Mr Charter 9rxtoa wile aad faster
was visiting at XV. Daefe Saeay.
Miss Loretta MeCall bat bar oa tire
sick list since see retaraci fraai br
trip to rairrievr, Okla.
The people of the Bronra aeiahbor
baoi are fniag to roorfaat taeSaa-
day aebonljtt tbefriebool
aay. Mareb 30t, aad wtobe
hoij to eoatr aad to aetp tbeai.
Xr. Wea Williara wbo fc woritlac
to tbe 5ortb Flat we rMUac wtta
A 8t kvt Ovk
An Awful Eruption
of a vokwao exetaa art f latere, aad
year lateraat ia sfcia eraptioa will br
4 short, if yoa ana RaexJta's A rale
Ailve, their xaietest care. Evea tbe
worst- boik). oleer;. or fever sores ar
joa baaled by it Beit for boras,
cot, bralscf, sore lips, ebapptd beads,
abilbkias aad piles. It givas iastani
relief. Sic at F C Tracy's
Wm. Waa aad faasity retaraed
home from Seeltag brt week after a
vUit of a few moatas at that place.
Dr- sawrey retoraad to Colorado
Ollle Karler re tamed home from
Pottawoiamie county !ai week.
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Tom May
spent Satonlay night and Sand ay at
Mr. Itork of Ellis eoanty is quite
siek at the home of Mrs. Bracisbawoa
the South Flat.
Am Kile end family spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs Perry Kile have been
visiting in Hearer for the hist week
Hilton Greene and family and Mr.
uad Mrs. T. P. Greene spent Sundny at
the home of Frank reterson near
Jim Roger and Dade' Barler drove
aver to the onunty teat Saturday
Mr and Mrs Al Jacobs are bony n
tertaining a new daughter whleb ar
rived there a short time aao.
A Cam aa
Stubborn as Mules
are liver aad bowels sometimes ; seem
to balk without cause. Then therV
trouble lot of appetite indigestion,
nervouenes. despondency, beaueebr
Bat froeh tmutrie fly before Or. KingV
Kew L'fe Pill's, the world's best sunn-
f eh and Liver Remedy. So oay. 35e
at F C Traej 's
Blue .Mound School Notes
The pNst wet-k the follnwing visitor
have regislured : Roi Gregory, Aids
Cair Opal himI Nolan Martjn, Jese
Ci'lbert and Laurenee Williams.
The serial story "In the Chinese
Quarters" which is being written by
he 8th ami 9th grade pupil- is getting
very interesting. There are to be four
more eha piers.
Glada Kensgy has been compelled
to lempomrily give up her school work
on account of trouhlu with her rye.
Glada is one of our strongest ninth
grade pupils and would be very sorrj
indeed if she is not able to be baek in
school alter a few days
Ernest Ferguson has stopped school
on account of spring work.
Lust Wednesday we reeeired wo d
from Bethany that for "various rea-
ons" uiey eouw not meet as in our
athletie contest March nth. For this
reason our "meet" announced last
week was not held
A large crowd attended tbe evening
literary last Friday evening and en
joyed a good program. Our next. pro
gram will I held Mareh 15th. On as
count of spring work this will be the
last program for this year. We ex
pect a very good program und invite
every ope out to this farewell meet
ing. A special Mhool meeting will le held
at Blue Mound March 32nd, for the
purpose of discussing plans for another
year. Every patron of the dktriet is
urged to be present it this meeting and
make your views for Blue Mound
known. Johsi E. Swaim, 1'rln.
Coughs that Hang on
Oougks that start in the fall and
hang on until spring are sure trouble
breeders unlees checked and oured.
Bronchitis, pneumonia and eongump-
ion arc the direct rosult. Foley's
I Honey and Tar cures the cough, stops
the hard breathing and heals nnd
soothes the inllamed air nassaces Re-
fu0 substitutes, lor sab- by F C
K of Po Receive Large Class
Eleven members were received; lata
raerabereaip ia tbe K. ot P. lodge
Taesday eight. Tate order to eaoy
hag a yob-taatial frovth rigbt akmjr
aad it aaasbered lanoae; Bearer' best
SIO Reward. j
Far iaforaattiaa teedia direetrjr to
1 wo en j of oae team of poaiec aad ;
rabber tire top bafxy iParry raaJce).
DaHeeiptioa: 1 bnma mtu. weight
SCO. blase face, roaiaa aoae. natae
ioaibd aboat 4 raoatba aa, waite
aiad feet, a braad. U Tear old.
1 'orrel borfe, weijfhi KCO, Maze (ace.
wbite feet oaaill Mexican brnd. aae
year; both tmi behind Out6t bfi
Liberal, Kana, Feb 14. ib cnarae of
Jo Taylor, for tbe perpoee of takiag
Photo Uk tbe Day Statio. DMrrip
tkm : Xaate, Joe Taylor, aee M yeart.
baaxbt, a ft ia.. werpht aboat 140 ih.
bair dart, eras dart, araric, .ear from
left eye to mr.
R. W. Dat. Liberal Sao.
Railroad Officials Li Town
Joe Tee, of Wichita : C H. Holme.
Oae; Dr. WMte aad Dr Kerns, of
Saaset; ogtjeliof tbe B. V A X W
Xy., met the ometat of the road here
Taesday to tramaet twiners relative
to tbe proaaotioa of the t-nterprie
Tbe principal baeiaes4 of this meetins.
was to im op tbe bonds which hav
jest been delivered by tbe engraver
From this point official- went to Hook
er and Gae to have similar work
done. Everything looks eoeoaragine
for tbe read aad the officiate eootiaoe
to assure n that work is progrekains
as rapidly as possible. -
Fickel for Register
Walter E. Fickel, announces tbi
week as a Republican candidate for
tbe nomination as Register of Deed
I of Beaver county.
.Mr. f fcKel has been a deputy trader
the present incumbent, Mrs. Ada B
Smith, for the past two years ni his
work lias met with the approval
of 'ill who have had any dealings with
him He is a worthy young man and
hiscandidaey wilt no doubt receive
earefnl consideration at tbe Hands ot
A mass meeting ot. tbv eitiseos o
Beaver aountby, Oklahoma, is hereby
nulled to meet at th court boose ir.
(leaver on Friday and Saturday. Apr
39th and SOth, 110, for tbe purpose
organising a County Irrigation Cot -grest
to affiliate with and assist tl
Xorthwestern Oklahoma Irrigati
Oongre in procuring aid fr m i!ie I
S. Government to irrigate NrihH--v
em Oklahoma. Irrigation is il.e sn
valion of Northwest Oklahoma, ai.o
all the people in Beaver county s'iouL
nAaifest much interest in tlii- cau
by being present at this meeting. Dm,
trry thing and come to the nn-i-tin
J M. K:k.5. Vice Pwsidtrnt Norti
wtsiern Irrigation Congress.
Hotel and Depot Burned
The Rock Island depot and hoU
at Liberal, Kansas, was completely d -siroyinl
by Hre Fridsy evening of Ian
The lire originated on the second
Moor and was caused try the explosion
of a kerusene lamp which c of tht
hotel attaeJfe-e was using to beat a
The building was a total loss but jl
of the express and much other stuff
was saved from the depot and the sil
verware was saved from the hotel.
H. D. Peckliam for Sheriff
Among the announcements this week
will be found that of H. D. Peckhaw,
who is a candidate for sheriff of Beaver
county, subject to the will of the Re
niram made the race two years ag
and wa eleeUd by a t,ood majont)
but owing to a technicality was i
permitted to lako tbe office !! 1
well known all over the county -mi u
will make a good race. At this ii e
everything looks favorable f.r Kin,
and we know of no Letter man for tii
oHke than IPram'Peckham. We takt
pleasure in presenting his nam
through the Hb.li for consideration
at the August primaries.
Rebekahs Hold District Con
vention The IomI Relekah lodge entertain
ed delegates from the several lodgti.
in this dis'riot, at their regular meet
ing Saturday evening. An afternoon
sets ion was also held.
Delogates from a number or lodges
were In attendanoe ami a very proHt
nble and enjoyable convention wa
Among the visitors were: Mrs
Cox, Noble Grand, Guymon; Mrs. B.
S. Derthiok, Mrs. Pryor ami Mrs. J
W. Mossorsmith, Floris; Mljs I.lasie
Dunlop, Noble Grand, 0lar rke;
Mm. Claud 1 Smith was reeeired in
to membership at the meeting.
Delightful refreshments consisting
of fruit salad with whipped cr am,
caki-uiiJ collie wero str.d.
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Our hooe is one of the BEST in town and first
rabies supplied with the bet the market affords and
Every courtesy extended.
Lots of them.
JSrerytaiagas used in tbe hardware and furniture
line Ask for it We have it. ' " ""
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Pennanentlv located in Beaer, Oklahoma
Phone No. 36
The neatest and best equipned up-'o-date Studio
in the Southwest
I am now prepared to make the largest as well
as the smallest Photos that can be made h.
Beaver. I now have the best Photographic In-
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Centeury Portrait Camera
with over eight years experience thrown in
If y'i want ehe best Photos come to the Art Studio, we givo
y.u the bwi quality, and quality is wh.u counts. 1 never uso
sample or put my name on work that was mode by some one elM
lam uowgiving-n big reduction on all enlarged Photos and
group pictures until .March 15th, 1910, in order to do a littlo ad
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Wc make a specialty of arge Family Groups.
Special attention given to finishing up amateur work.
Prices reasonable AH Work Guaranteed.
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