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Money to Loan.
fees It G. DINU)1 nt the poBtolllce
ol Clear Lako for Hcst Farm Loans.
If you want a FARM LOAN, low In
trrest dnd no commission, see Fruzcn
A KirKct, Beaver, Okln.
11 you want a farm loan, low Intcri'st
and no commission, sou Waltkii 0.
Kkazkii. Heaver. 8-8 tf
Mr FAItMEIt: Before you sign up
anybody's loan papers, save money
by cutting all tho information possi
ble Tell mo how much money you
wiitit, numbers of land, nnd I will
giro you somo facts about rates and
term of lonni. Will G. I'iklds,
10 tf Heaver, Ok!
DON'T' Don't kIvi-away I'lltei-n m
Twenty-Five percent of your money
tlio liny you receive it. You need noi
do this if you take your farm loin
with FxAzisn A Pickel.
Good Milch Cow fur sain. Inquire,
0 20 tf W V. 0'.rnv.
FOB SALL-Good driving horse
single, buggy and harness. Inquire ol
Gkh. II. Wiuomt,
4-10 tf Ileavor. Okla.
Call at ltoliertsnn's Millinery Ston
for Iluttoriuk pitterns. tf
Tho Liberal Hardware Co. is now
located on tho South Side.
10-3 tf Tnos. V. Gaw.
Tho Liberil Ilardwiro Co is now
located on tho .South Si le.
10-3 tf Tnos. W. Gawv
FOR RENT The Mo K o w cottage,
three rooms, stable, six lots fenced.
V. B. Krazek.
NO TICK -I have re ted th G .'
Bros, pasturu al Ulmwood and will b
ready to capture stock May 1st. 60 el
per head per inonth. Tank u titer.
C-8 tf Pawneo Rock, Kansas
I.ndmna Real Katato raugIng"(rom
$500.00 to 150,000.00 which the
owners will exchange for Oklaho
ma farm land or large ranch. Will
also consider Northern Texas land.
Write mo full particulars of what
Win. WINSTON & CO.
400 Odd Fellow Bldg.
Notice of Hearingor Return of Sale
of Ki a'l Estate.
c;tnlno( Oklahoma, )
gc In County Court
ltcBr Counir. )
In thn nmttrr of tiro I'Jlntx at Mllliim P.
Notice ! tiprfl Blven tint I'aul HolnrL
tlioilillr n rlnl''l "nil cmllflil Ailmlnlttr
lor of tlio cttnlo of W lllinm S. Holirru. 1
reimit, lift nttirnrU ancl jirptftitnl for con
tinuation, anil filed In nl.l Court lilt irturn
ot tho tale of tlio followloc real nttnta uf said
Wllllnm 8. ItuliertK, ilecrnmfl, to.wlt:
NV Xof FeCtlori t. TownthlpS, Itntiire 24, K
C M.. for $640l
LoU 1 ntid 2 and V.'i of tho N WK uf Sec
tion 111. Towmlilp 4, rtanea 24. E- C, M. lOTUO
Lots 3 nnd 4 and EH of tha SW of Sec-"
lion 19, Tovndilpl. Hinge 21. E.C. M. 7(0 Oi
Ixita.1, 4 ami 5 In Block 77, In Ilcatr,
Oklahoma for 300 DO
Lou 13, II anil IS III lilocU $0, In rionver.
Okl.iliomn for 400 CO
l.'.t 7. mill 9, In iilocli 107. In l)eier,
dlilalioinn, 'or . 30000
l,ots 10. 17 iin.l IS In Mock W. In Den
ver, Oklahoma for .. .. 1M.00
Knr Ihs total mil of f?.ir.ni
Ami Hint Tumdnj tlio l:th d) Atuutt, A. I'.
1)13. nt 1 o'clock p in . of nlil ilny nt the
'omity Court room In H'nvrr in nahl Loiinty
if Ilemer, ha ln II dulj npiiolnlcd lir ill
nourt for licnritlc tnld return, at which tine
tlnr prrnon Intorcttntl In Gnld (Slnto ma ni
iioapnutl flic hL exception in writing to tnld
return it o tiles ihn mine nnd fl e o eh)
r rl il return for further nrtlc'ilur.
r 'mony whereof I ha hoioin to not
ny nt ii I il a x 1 tho itil of mill Con t,
tl' J)tt. tl.i) olJulj. 1913.
aClLi liEO, 11. IlElLY,
iivttt CountrJ dire
C. O. DeOiiaw,
'31 8-7 Clerk of County Court.
"For manv years 1 was troubled. In
spito of all 80 called remedies I need.
At iiutirounu quick relief and euro
n thoso iulld. vet thorough nntl
AJolpU tVblnuccl. Iluffalo, N. V.
B CSNTS PER B0IILE AI ALL DRUGGISTS.
Kansas City Stock Yards, July 2S, '13.
Cattle receipts here last week were
leaviest of tit" season, 10,000 head. It),
XX) greater than corresponding week
list year. Killer's efforts to depres
'ice wern largely nullified by tin
iresence of an extraordinary demand
for stnok cattle nnd feeders. Countn
n)eri look 17000 eat tie nnd submiitee
i ri-e uf 23 in 00 rents at tho saim
it ne Same week Inst jenr they wer
iitistletl with 7000 cat tie Middle huh
1'iw g-mles of gras steers, including
(itiarantlnes, declined 'Jo to CO cent,
but upper grades, good cows, and prime
fed steers held sternly, calves 25 to 5
i(iier Utvintu t.(i-t 13000, murk.
Hi rung, except fed steers, which an
barely steady- Quarantine cattlo an
10 to 20 higher today, Blocker and
feeders unevenly higher. Best Green
wood county grass steers are as high
to lay as any time last week, at $7.R0 to
t OT: Ulitr sfHPr from tlmt seetlti ,
nl V an -nn f- itii t H iviLvi'le '
t i't, nre sellinu hi $7 10 to il l-'i
'rime Mi-sourl era- nnd corn steerf
t n t8COInJ8 85 Old Mexico steer
ix zed iii Knstern Culiuadii brnuuhi
5 05. cows il 60, and nor of 113 pound
oilve $3 00. Quarantine nceiptsonl
12 ears t'iday, stei rs at $5 00 to t 85
Stock steers nth from $3 25 to $7 7S
feeders $7.00 to $8.10 Additional
h'iwern around tho circle last twe
days have postponed necessity to move
cattlo account of dryness, improved
the outlook for Kansas and OMaluma
corn, and almou insured the Missouri
and Iowa crops. Normal marketing ot
cattle will rule for a time. Hog tc
ceipts nre moderate, though larger
than a year ngo. Prices hover around
$0 (X, and dealers can see nothing that
will causo declines. I'ackors' neeib
are. urgent, nnd the Knet Is ravenou
for fresh pork, Lard demands will be
greater than usual this fall, with ex
tremely light stocks in packing housef
now. Receipts 5C00 here today, mar
ket strong, top id 05, bulk $3 90 to $0.00
Sheep and lambs advanced 10 to 01
cents last week and comniis'iun mm
ay prices will May up. Lambs an
lower totlay, tops $7.75, and ewes Hel
around $1.50 Nevada wethers brought
$5 J5 last week.
J A. RtCKMIT,
For Cuts, Hums and Bruises.
In every linnie there should be n box
ot Bueklen'c Arnica Sahe, toady to
apply in every case of burns, cuts
v.-otiuds or scalds J. II l'nlaueo, Del
alle Tex . It. No .', writes lluck
len s Arnica Salve saved my little girl's
out font No one believed it could be
cured" The world' ben salvo Oulj
25t3. Recommended by Fred C. Traoy.
Unsightly Face Spots
Are cured by Dr. Ilohson's Kczetna
Ointment, which heals all skin erup
tions Net matter how lung you 1iao
been troubled by itchii g, burning, or
fcaly thin humors, just put a little of
thatsoothliitfautUcptic, Dr. Hnbson's
Kczema Ointment, on the soreb and
the suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute Doctors use.
In their practice and recummeud It.
Mr. Allemiin, of Litlletown, I'a , says;
' Had ecrema pn forehead , Dr. Hob
son's Kczaina Ointment cured it in two
weeks '' Guaranteed to reliee or
$100 Reward $100
The rentiers of this paper will lit
pleased to learn that thero is at least
one dreaded disease' that science hn
been able to cure in all its stages, am
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Gun
is the only pnitie euro now known to
the med'eul fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, require a eon
stltttioual treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the sjstem. thereby destroying the
foundation of tho disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution anil nsmstiug nature in do
ing Mr work Tho proprietors have so
much faith in lis curative powers (hat
they offer One Hundred Dollars for an)
case that it fails to cure. Send for list
Address, V, J, CHENEY A CO., To-
Sold by all Druggists, 7fio
Take Hall's Tamily 1'ills for const!
Causes of Stomach Troubles.
Sedentary habits, lack of out door
exercise, imuilicient mastication of
food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry
and anxiety, overeating, partaking of
food and drink not suited to your age
nnd occupation Correct your habits
money refunded. All ilruccisu. or bv aml ,nl0 Chamberlain's Tablets" and
mail, Prico 50o. Pfeltfer Chemical Co T0U wm soon bo ,,u11 afiaiu For sale
VhlMlph.la and St. Louis. I b nU dealcra. i
. -54 Huh ' A I .L "
Section 18. 'The shooting
of coal off the solid, except at
herein provided, It declared to
he unlawful. In the prepara
tion of every shot to be fired In
any slope, plane, air course,
cross-cut, entry or room neck In
any coal mine In this Otate, un
less the coal has been first cut
to a depth of at least six Inches
fjreater than the depth of the
hole prepared for the shot.
In the preparation of the shots
to be fired In any room or room
In any coal mine In this State,
no shot shall be prepared or
made where the block of coal
sought to be removed Is greater
In width than the penendlcular
height of the coal, tf,ri It s''
be one-half mined for the full
length of tho hole, and no per
son shall fire any shot In any
room In any coal mine In this
State until the same has been
prepared an above specified.
Any person, firm, corpora
tlon or association violating any
provision of Section 18 of this
Act shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon convic
tion shall be fined In the sum of
not less than Fifty ($50.00) nor
more than Two Hundred ($2'
Dollars; Provided, this Section
chall not become effective until
July 31, 1914.
Mined" means, rock on which
the coal rests must he dug from
under. The "floor" of some
mines Is as steep as the roof
of a house. Imagine the danger
to a roan lying on his side dig
ging beneath that hanging vein
of coal above! The technical
phraseology cf the above Sec
tion 18 hides these facts from
the layman. Vote YCS on Stato
Question 47 and have thlo sec
The Coal Barons Would Ride Rough-
Shod Over the Prostrate Bodies
of the Mine Workers to the Goal
of "Absolute Control."
Section 18 of the New Mining Law will make the rich, RICHER, the poor,
POORER. If, Mr. Voter, you do not repeal this obnoxious part of the Mining
Law it will place atl the Independent Mine Owners at the mercy of Powerful
Monied Interests that can control the price of coal at will. Without Independ
ent Coal Mine Owners there will be no competition in fixing the price of coal.
Section 18 compels Mine Workers to Mine Coal by impractical and unreas
onable methods. Mine Workers CANNOT and will not work under its pro
visions. If the voters of this state allow Section 18 to go into effect it will
mean the CLOSING DOWN of the Mines.
Close down the Mines? Certainlyl Why, that would hurt the Mine Owner
as well as the Mine Worker 1 It would work harm to many Coal Mine Owners.
It would force some of them out of business force the weaker to bell to the
stronger. It is the POWERFUL Coal Interests that arc in favor of Section 18
it was these Coal Barons who deceived and gulled an UNTHINKING legisla
ture to pass this Law-
By Throwing the Independent Mine Owners into bankruptcy this Section
18 will easily put them at the mercy of the ALL-POWERFUL Coal Barons-
There's More Profit to Bo Made Out of Gobbling the
Small Mines of Oklahoma Than in
Operating tho Big Ones
Section 18 can be repealed when it has done its sinister work! The All Pow
erful Coal Operators will be MORE POWERFUL on account of the ini
quitous Section 18. With the same silver tongued and silver tipped lobby they
can force through a repeal of the law when it has accomplished its insidious pur
pose. Here is another point, Mr. Voter: Some of the most Powerful Coal Interests
are the RAILROADS! Oklahoma people MUST have coal. With their Okla
homa coal mines closed Coal must be brought in from outside. Who will bring
it in? The railroads, of course. Who makes a PROFIT on hauling coal? The
railroads! Who Own the Mines in other States? The raiho.uls! Docs it make
a DIFFERENCE to the railroads where you buy your coal? Not much, if the
Independent Coal Mines are closed. Will you vote Yes for the Repeal of Section
18 and save yourself from .he clutches of this Power? A Hundred Thousand
Just Think, We arc Paid 73 Cents Per Ton!
Those against the Repeal of Section 18 argue it would mean Cheaper Coal.
Would you have us work for LESS than 78 Cen:s Per Ton? Do you think we
would be, against this -law if it enabled us to Mine more coal per day? Cer
tainly wc'would not oppose a law that would enable us to earn more than our
present average of $1.68 per day.
Won't you delivf r us from this law that will drive us from our hpmes and
from the State? Will you sit idly by and sec us legislated out of our jobs? Oh,
if you knew the privations, the suffering we endure for the PITTANCE we get
Your American blood would boil with indignation that such conditions could
exist. To tell here, the few brief words of our side of the question costs Money
Money some of our brothers gave up their lives to pant. Think you that we
would taint that consecrated fund by falsifications! Then mark AUGUST
FIFTH as a red letter day for a red blooded man to ASSERT his opinions on who
should CONTROL the state and resources of the state of Oklahoma!
We have a book that explains the situation at GREATER length. Do you
want it? Can you HELP by distributing some of thcae books? Wtlt.yiu give
us any assistance on August Fifth? Then write at once lo Geo. F. Short, Bot
78D, Oklahoma City, Okla. READ THIS AGAIN!
HIE UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA
P. R. Stewart, President.
(District of Oklahoma )
Fred W. Holt, Scc'y-Trcas.
BEWARE! Unsigned statements are being circulated by the Mine Owners 1
Why don't they fight in the open???? i
Watchers and workers are
wanted to HCLP us at the polls
on August Fifth Volunteers
who believe the Mine Workers'
cause is Right and who can de
vote a few hours In thejr be
half on that day are requested
to send their name and the num
ber of hours they can work, to
Geo. r. Short, Box 78D, Okla
homa City, Okla.
Btiswaraciakii.w WifcHHutii i itUM m
Notice of Scluol District Election, August 12, 1913, 2 p. m
On motion it is hereby ordered that the following school districts of Bea
ver county, Oklahoma, hold an election on the iL'tli dny of August, 1013, t.
appiovo or disapprove a lovy in execs of 0 mills set opposite tho following re
'pectivo numbers at which election in order to approve It will be necessar"
Tor HO percent of tho voters of tho ilUtriot to be preient and participate in sucl
election, and n majority of thoso participating tu be in favor of the increase!
Hy ordor of Excise Hoard.
)lst. No. I evy.
103 10 '
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CO 1 7
10s n 1.2
TO OUR CUSTOMERS:
Our stock of implements, wagons, bug
gies, gas ancl oil stoves, wind mills ancl
well supplies weie not affected by the fire,
'and the entire slock will be sold from our
warehouse. The hardware tock rescued'
from the fire will be carried by 1. C. Tracy,
until our new building can be constiuctcd.
Any favois will be appreciated.
3 CARTER TRACY HARDWARE COMPANY
Geo. II. WntaiiT, County Clerk.
Spend Your Money with Home Merchants.
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in TinTnrnn ni
.0 IJldltLtdd lllll
The Old Standard, General Tonic. Drives out Malaria,
Enriches the Blood nnd BuiJda up the Whole System.
FOiR GROWN PEOPLE AND CHILDREN.
It Is a combination of QUININK and IRON in n tasteless form that wonder
fully strensthens nnd fortifies the system lo withstand the dcprcssinij effect of
the hot summer. GF.OVK'S TASTELESS chill TONIC hasnoequal for Malaria,
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vigor trt NursiijR Mothers nnd Tale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness with
out purbing. Relievt 's nervousdepression and low spirits. Arouses the lier to
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