The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 19, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 31, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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im.ciftt County and City Papor.
riJlll.HIIKD i:VWKY IHtlllHUAi .
MA.OPB. O. THOMAS Publiutior
"JKU.MH H) Y.r
tuaile klruttll (
lii ili Mock yunl lltrlot were in-tend-d
lor ludepuii'lfiit psfklug
Similar pistils wilt bo built in twen-
ty other nil li" -iriclii Jinr San t'rttic!scu
New 'Yoik AIjImiiik H.iflilu Mlchi-
pin anil Simtlivc'tern point. A
(tiirtl pUiit coHtinir 950U.OOO will be
Will heir immediately.
All iliemi plana wcrx: laid while Ike
i'm pin-liar were interested iu the at-
I n k ol lilt) noTi-rniu-iit Ji is said
tin- uilrumU liny promised the inde-
pendent" li'lp to almost ai.y ixienW
iieceary to fight the trust. There
are also in the deal man wholesalers
great hotel ami consumer of tnrnt
everywhere. Jt 1 said the ramifica-
tions nl the mnrenient will be enor-
luiiUf wheu thejr become known.
Tliv movement ha been conducted
with Iih prettiest secrecy. The now
pliuit: lire beinc built exucllj like
ilioae in tliatrut and nil the bv-prod-
nets will be tiiiliz1 as this is the
noun e of jrratet roventtu to the pack-
era and permits them to undersell tho
President Hwoaovelt bcuiun detcriuin
ed in see everything flint is lo be seen.
Litst Friday ho made u trip on I lie sub-
nintiue hunt "Piunger" wuh under ilia
water lur scvor.il hours and witncised
all the lumwuver of the boat at cbie
ranur. While the presideit wa thus
reniini; on the bottom of the sound In
a submarine bout a storm forty feet
above him was raging unnoticed.
The rain deeended in lorronfi And the
northeaster whipped tho surface of tho
inter into big rollers but it wsa aa
quiet and iwaceiul whero the presidnni
sit a an eay parlor chair would be
N'lbody not cvon the members of his
family were aware of tho president's
intention to make the descent in the
Plunder except of course Lieu-
tenant Nelson. One result of the se-
oreov maintained bv the president W4
that the Plunitbr hsd praotically the
entire Ling Island snund to herself.
Territorial Game Laws.
This summary of the '-rules nude
and provided" is promulgated by tho
Kl Ueno American:
."According to the game laws of the
territory cadgers and moipuitoea .-roaj
be killed .with iwpuUty or with any
thing else from keVosene to chloro
form or by hand at any tirao between
.. . :::.-T':.J T 'IAdiII 1st and Marsh 31st. House
Ilia lucntiun auiuciru iui
tes may be billed out iu lue yaru
Kntered at pmiothei ut lluatei O
T as second elass mittT.
The Jail DlaouBulon.
Of course tln.'ro Is comidernbln dls
ciiulon of tin? acts or the county cum-
jmlssJouers in making the cotitrnrt for
the building otn J nil at Benvi'r. It
would have tundc no difference what
ort of action tho board might havo
lakun that netlnn would not he
jleaed i-verybotiy mid thero Is no
doubt that tho people in this frci mid
jiiiy county r Ueuver will cxerelzo
their law given prirllegu of Ire- speech
upon nil subject that Interest them
ihmnelrilly. And It Npiuper and right
thnt they hnuM do so
The most plausible rcmon for criti-
cism of the nc lion of the bonrtl is thnt
tho building nnd cells could havr- been
put In-for less money if it hud been
Imllt by the county nnd have' been
the property of the county 'from the
atari instead of having it built by prl-
vatn parties nnd the county lesilng It
for two years paying the full vuluo of
the building and cells in the form of
rent -when the jail becomes the prop-
erty of the county. Now wo do not
know whether this oesortlon is true
or not. If the county hud built the
U it would have been done by con-
tract on bids. Jn that case there
might have have been competition in
bids while under the method ndopted
by the' board that body simply accept-
ed tho proposition of one set or linn of
contractors. Hovever"aflcr examin
ing the speelltaitlons of the contract
entered lirte by the board wo doubt
if nay contractu- and builder would
have put in a Wllto do tho job for less
money. When we take into consider-
ation thnt fact that that coits about
tun dollnrs per thousand fcut to freight
lumber from the ruilrond to this point
wo can readily understand that $1500
will not psyiur a very largo building.
But thero Is ouo thing about the
building of tbls jail that wo aro not
at all pleased with and that is the
location. If the. board had hunted
the Territory over it could not havo
found a location where such a struc
ture could have been olfect mlly hidden
1'oin sight as
tho jail. It Is an unsanitary location
A complete slock of Groceries
I'lmir and Feed always on hand slro
a choice linu of Qieenswnre.
J. K. Oiinnor
i j. u
A. R HOCK.
Lin Stock aid Real Estate.
Farms Hunches nnd Government
Lnuds forsalc or re.ut. Farms looked
after fur nuu-rcsldcntt. If you want
to buy or lease a farm or ranch it will
pay you to seo me. 8-3-tf
Twenty - Five
Cliotee Homestead locntlons on hands
ali IiuiHlned of dtteded cuartejs rang-
ing in price from I2.M) ier acre up.
Gall on or address for Information and
L P SOIIUMACIIKK
Miles Mende County Knnsss.
Olllue on Statu linn. fi-.r-in3
Good fresh meat always on
hand. Skilled butcher in the
shop. No more haggled meat
but good smooth cuts.
Also buy Hides and Furs
LIQUOR LICKN8K NOTICK
To Whom It M it Conckbn i
Kntlco I hqrt'hr gtrvn that Jakii Rp4nmrr wltl
oma. for a JlcMive tu soil nt mtall. for ono
malt Inom and anlrlliin liquor Hi lot
aiiplr to tha Conntr Clnrk of Ilrater County
tear. malt. Tlnoui and nni
il in block 'SI In tho Incorporated tIIIiiku o(
inrarnr ana Hint xnen iicutw mil tin ntnni un.
Irm a rFiuoniiruurr in vtrltlnn I flltd in uid
Couutjr Clsrk'a otflco on or Iwfuru SoptrirUr
siru. A. u. 1WJD.
M-31 9-11 Jake IUncutB Apilirant
I have sold out my Hardware
Implements Lumber Coal
and Barb Wire
but have plenty of
Groceries Shoes Dry Goods
Clothing etc. yet unsold
If you know of anyone who
hasn't plenty of money here's
the place to get il.
For particulars inquire of
J?. J. LEE
J. W. WEBB Preiident.
JAMES BABE ice-Pn$!dtni.
FRAMK IAUGHBIN Cashier. F. C. TRACY Asst. Cathier.
MAUDE 0. THOMAS Secretory.
THE GUI DF GEAUER CITY.
Capital Stock $10000.
P C Tracu J
Frank Laughrin H E G Putman.
R. H. Loof hour row Maude 0. Thomas
ieER G0imrcES extended.
BEAVER WW HOTEL.
Our house is ono of the best in town and firt class in every respect. Ta
bles supplied with tho BEST and rates reasonable. Kvorv courteKy extended.
VERV IS.C0W RAVE8
On sale August 30 to September 4
Return limit by extension
Tarritorr of Oklahoma Uouter Conntr. I "
In the District Court In and (or aaid County.
Tha Yfobb Cltr Uank Plaintiff
I.rmaa II. HnTntto Dgfendant
Br rtrtae ot an ordnr of lo limed oat of tho
District Conrt mithtn uuel (or RauTKr County.
Uklahouia TurrlUiry nnd to the HhrrltT of unfa
County .llrwtixl t will on the 30th day of S'1
tntnbnr. A. U. 19U5. nt 2 o'clock u ni.of aald Uuy.
nt the (rout door of the court hou.no In Ik'nyor
Uonver count) Territory of Oklahoma offer (or
aale. at public auction to the hiicheit and Ixnt
bidder tor rath in hand the (ollowlag danrriLrd
landi and tenement to-witt
The itant halt of northweit qaartr and lott
nnniberod 1 nnd 2 of the northwett quartrr of
tectlon 31 in townnlilp 4 north of rnnito 21 etut
of Clmurron moridlan all iu Hearer county
Oklahouin Territory an the property of the said
Lyiuun II. Karaite defendunt to satisfy laid
order of utile.
Otrtn uuder my hand at the BhorlfTi office
in tha Clt) of Hearer Dearer county. Territory
of Oklahoma tills 'Jtlh day of Auxun 1WX.
W. A NAlLOt
Blierlffof Bearer Connty Oklahoma Territory.
It. II. Looruovssow
Attorney (or Plaintiff. 8-31 D-3
b ick among prlvato stables pig pens
eow sheds and other thlncs of tho
sort and noxt to n gully or draw
IrpJch is tho main drain of tho town
'yon If the locntiou wero othorwlso
all right tho Jail building (which wo
presume .is also Intended for a Jailor's
residence) wUl.bts stuck out of sight
behind that old nvUlutrnp of a court
house which in itself Is an eyesore to
anyone who over saw a house any but-
ter than a pig pen. Kosldcs being an
unsightly old shall it Is as uncomfort-
able a lmlo aa IsjuitinUted to stand on
tho fnco of tho earth. The old bats
nest is unfit to hold court In unlit for
.county officers' quarters or anything
That old cow alied which some peo-
ple call a court house hns cost the
county more money for repairs in tho
last ilfteen years than it would havo j
.ost the county to build and etjuip a
jfiHxl commodious court houo It has
been blown down twice and "recon-
structed" at big expensj to the pe plu
It Is hoped that tho next cyclone that
strikes it will tnko out oven the foun-
dation stones and carry every oriiga
of it clean out of the Territory and
lose it. because if It should blow down
again and a splintered board ot it
could be found Mime county commis-
sioner would insist on "repairing" it
And this condition of ndairs is forced
tt the county simply because this
id a very large county nnd some day
will bo divided .and made into from
two to half a dozen counties A largo
jnajorlty of the prople .in the county
'Muvt it divided and new counties r-
giimzed; when this is done they ray
they will want new court houses in
all th counties nnd in thnt case Hea-
ver City may not be a county seaJ.
Such a thing might happen of course
bit- that does not uller the fuel that
BfeOTvr City in tiik county hbt made
so by aeJ .uf iCongres and that the
founty seat will not bo removed from
Vru as long rut Okluhoma remains a
Jerritnry. audi )mrc lsni prospect now
for Oklahoma to bo admitted as u
sin to for tho ne-U deondo.
"Share is only one thirft tliRt w pan
sue that will cua.e teii7r ctiuuly to
be 'Hauled and rxw eotmtles organized
t'tont or back and bluebottle flies may
1 1 l I.. J !.!. lt t...lA
DO Slaughtered nuu riuau uuinr ci-
orplinp; Sundays whtn Iron Brew
must bo used. Lnrgo game tuch aa
Ksgles and Klks opjn noanon. Deer
uiut not bo killed at any time and
Dovslnpus cannot he hunted in Cana-
dian county excepting in leap year..
Oilier games suoh as draw and Btdd
poker two-bit limit almost extinct.
Two vjctiuis now in county jail."
Something happened in Guyraon
last Mouday that nover happened in
this part of the country Dolors and
that was the delivery of a wagon load
of home grown Beaver oouniy wheat
in town. N. I'owiugton of near
Qoodwell was the pcison to deliver iLe
wheal which was sold to the Harris
Grocery C. Guymon Herald.
Account Grand Army Encampment
Via Rock Island System.
.Two fast dally trains splendidly equipped.
Direct lines nnd through service to both Denver and
Colorado (Springs as well as Pueblo.
80-page illustrated Colorado booklet free for tho asking.
STEWAUT Gen'l Agt. Pass Dept. Kansas City.
WraSo? $RID EAS3? (SfflAMGIE.
WINE. BEER WHISKEY & CIGARS
2 H miles south of Liberal Kansas ut'end of lune.
Restaurant Lodging Feed Yard
Pasture and Plenty of Water.
On best road from all points
South and West to Liberal Kansas.
Detiartinrnt of the Interior United State Land
Office. Woodward Okla. Annnit 'il IVUb.
A nutlleli-nt oontiwt affidavit haritut been fllfd
In till office by Chnrlet K. Colrin conteitnlit
nKuinst lloinrxtrud Kntry No lHiaik made Auk-
ml Jl HOI lor the autlUiiM'.t quurtor of ctlon
V toondtio 2 hortli nnye22 eant b"Will(um
M. tlutiaon oonteiti'p. in which it la alleind
tliut luld utrjui(.Hliaa nerer eatabllshed real-
lcnoo on mild tract ouJ liax uurer Imprort-d
fenced or cultiralod naid tract and hni wholly
aUindoncd .ild. tract for morn thun clx months
noxt pnredinu the Ullngof thU contest.
That auid ullcRod abwnce front sold land wi
not due to hU emplo) nient in the Army Nury
or Marine CorpH of the Unitd States in any
capacity iu tiiunof ar und thl the aald con.
tenant n ready to proro at xuch time aul place
as may be iiamud by the UuKlstor and Kecetrer
(or n iicurlm: In xald ca.
Said iwrtirH lire hereby notified to appear
respond and oiler erldence touchina aald alle-
r;ution at 10 o'clock u. m. on January 13th 1VUG
Mifore K. V. Kelly. Clerk of tho District Court
Ih'arer O. T or in Ids abstnee before W. T.
Uulnu his deputy and that tlnal hearing will
bo held at 10 o'clock a. m. on January 21 1WX)
before the Uexlster and Itecnirer ut the United
Statsa Land Office in Woodward Oklahoma.
The aald contestant harlnjr. in m rnvDer affi-
darlt filed August 21 1IU5 set (orthlaeU which
show that. uftr tine dlilsence. personal ferric
of this notice can not be made it ia hereby or-
cost on the Fox Typewriter
is much less than on any other.
Four Fox Typewriters were used constantly
in a laree Chicago office for three years at a main
tenance cost of 50 cents. On "ftJur other standard
machines costing the same as the Fox used the
same length of time the maintenance was $36.00.
Allow us to demonstrate the supenortyof
the Fox to you.
Placed on free trial anywhere and second hand
machines taken U part payment.
STAPHS! STAPLES! STAPLES!
Not fence Staples but such as
Groceries. Flour Dry Goods
Shoes Hats Gents9 Fur-
nishing Goods and i
We have a nice new stock of goods and our prices
arc always right. Compare our prices apd
goods with others. -
B. F- LONG AND W. J. LONG'
dered and directed that auch notice be siren by
ilue ana proper publication.
eSI 10-0 Dick T. Moroin Rrtiiter.
Alton Hopke of Htino county. O-
T. hn luoki d tho country over and
nnitllv located ou Missouri Kluii.
J. K. Ueauolmmp of I'iko county
Mo. ennui here with Mr. Uopkc and
Ixi .iliui located on a chtiin iu the aauie
neiBlihorhiiod. Doth purchased rt
linquinhmcDtK They rtarted for their
uld lionia Tueaday but will return In
their claims in October to retnaiu per-minently.
TSie frame work of our ia building
ii up and a car of brick was receired
here Saturday for tho building uf the
furnace. Tyronw Ohorrcr.
Situated in Kistern Dearer and
North e.itum Woodward counties in a
beautiful and fertile country aro three
".roup or Fritodit in the midst of a
people yet poor in this world's goods
and enrnuitlr crating better schoo
and church a4rauta;es. No meeting
luius-i in the couuirr and no high
shool or academy within sixty milee
'Htid fully a hundred jouck people
w'lhin euity reach whe beg Friends to
Department of the interior.
United Stntos Li.nl Olllce
VXKlard U. T. Auk. 21 1K.
A mfllclent contoit AfOiUrlt hnrlnit been tiled
in tliU ofUce b) Koburl L. Culdnell conttutunt
HkrnlUHt llouiHMU'ud Kntr No. 17WJ1 made Auk
27 IWB. for the outli("t quarter of wctlon 'JU
tonihip3 north ruue iK.C. M. I) Jail D-
Hteull rontoatee in which it is alli-god that
Miid drteudant hai wluill) alMUdonnd nld tt-
Kcribmt tractor land; hu failed to rinido uiwn
unit cultlrute xaid dewrilMvl tract for a iruxt
of more than lx nioutlm next prior to the dale
of lllinrf this couunt uflldarit; thutnuid default
lm. not lx fli curt!.
Thnt Huid ullefinl nhience from said lnnd u
uot dnetohli eiuplojrmont in thu.Vrin Nurr
or Murine Corim of the Unitinl Mtntiw In any
CHHictt) in time of ar und this the aald
(HUUeitnnt ia ready to prora at nuch time
una placu it inu) ixi nanini o) tue iic'KH-
tcr uud Itrceirer lor n henriiiR in nald cae.
b.ilil tiartira are hnreb) uotlllil to npiM'nr n
apond nnd offer nudtmce touchlnit aald allrca
tiouut 10 o'clock a. m. on January 15. lft be-
fore 11. U. Ureso. Probate Judxe of Hearer
County O. T. In hl offiee at llearer. O. T. and
that Una) hrarinn will be held at IU o'clock
n. m. on Januury 21. 1UM before the Hetflatpr aud
Kecelreratthe United Mtatos Uand Office In
Woodward O. T.
Thuanidconteilant harlnK In a proper affl.
darlt tiled Augut 21 11W gut forth farts which
ahor thut after due dilhrence penonal aerrire
of till notice cannot be mnde it is lit-nl)) or-
denxi pud directed thnt ruch notice be xirtn by
due and proper publication.
8-27 10-1 UickT. MottOAN.Rejriater.
'Fox Typewriter Co.
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out of.iu.-r.territwry und tha U n gt-t U ' lLc wuMJAment of au aod-
a nulniuH. ibiiilt tliroiigli thu county
enat nnoT et. If ytiu ffllowa who
art' ko iiiix.vuk to lutve .thiii count)
illvlded will quit lighting Ucuror Cit)
!. uiuio it linpimiia lo lio thu comity
aviii anil ('n to work und ln-li K.'t aueli
u nillrcnul you ylft soon net your di-
irtK nlf5.-d und eaii.uiM court houati
iu jour ovin count li'J .to your hciirN
mtiiteut ltfiiM-r (Hty trjll do her lmrt
tuwnrdidikiou uuy i!iik1)pciiiim' uii-
lvir present tfLrr-iiliiStnuci's it' cuit ilo
ttothing iu the-rrny of public .Imprcwe-
jBnt. 2aPtockinF! J'laniB Placuoii.
Cuicawo Aoib 23 Details nt
flcrtd action ii(filii5t. the hfrf tiui
&uM Krirulll Mi 'j)' wherr t wue
&& wn.yi'ircd .i iw hit Min?1.
. vMjjJa.il vl a imI nl il'itl.OOt)
Wh hitvi taken op th .caoie snd
pny mr loviHL' r.ither who has all
ireu'lh in hn hand.- to send us itbe
in'itua uece'ury lo erect a building
rfj'iip il uudibuild a dormitory.
n know ibat lie will verify Hit.
Tim ci1 1 h. iuiperatirn and wo sh
Krirod" imirtt aiHwer . Wo aim to
build MiOii.-ly lare In accooiinodat
I'lO pufiilH anJ seed $2000 for the
Catinot llion vnd us a subscription
for the work?
May a loriuyly Heavenly Father bless
Ihreo Thy brother in ChrUt
II l FKLI.OW.
IV. sKletit Dourd of Trusties.
Departmmtot the Interior United Btalts
Land Othce Woodward Okla. Aug. IH.IKJO.
A fufflclent conteit afUdarlt harinK Iwen filed
In tills olllce by Uraur(lle I. Ureeae couteitant
uKalnit Homestead Kutry No. 17'.ii made Auk.
27 1A for tho uortheait Quarter of unction 20
towuiiup 3 norm rane a r- k. m. or n'ii
titeijall ctuttoitoe IU which it il alleged that
aald Albert SteKall hat wholly abandoned aald
dn.rnboj tract of laud liar failed to roods upon
and cultlrute aald described tract for n period
of more than idi moot a lit t and next
prior to the date otluitlbtinir thlirontont; tlikt
he has norer at any time e.tablWhed hU re.
doune thirtwu; that nald defaults hare uot
be.-n cured. ....
That aald allegod absence from aald land was
nor due to hl pmploymeut in the Army. Nary
or Marine Corix of the Uultnd dtaten in any
coiMclly in time of war and thti the aald con.
tenant 1 readi to prore at audi time and place
ai may be named by the KoirUter und Itrceirer
for a hearing in pa Id cane. Said partlna are
hereby notified to apiwar reapoud and oltor ir.
ilrnre Unletting aahl allegation at 10 a'clock a.
m. ou Jan. I J llajd. before H. D. Maew 1'robate
Judge of llorer County O. T. in hla office at
Hearer O. T. aud Uiat final hearing will lw held
ut 10 o'clock a.m. on January 27 1900 bufore
the Itriilnler und lleovirerat the United States
Land Office In Woodward O.T.
TliG ald coutetunt lmrlug in a proper aftl
darlt flled Aug. 21 JUUo aet forth facU which
l!iow itlal alter ouo fllllffpnea iwriMiiial arv.
ice of Ihir notice cannot bn made it ia hurt
ur oroereti ana ainviwi umi ancu
giren by line and pro.r publication
Department of the Interior. Land Office
at Woodward Okla. July 19.106.
Notice U hereby giren that the following-named
aettler bna Wed notice of hl Intention to make
Anal proof In support of hla claim and that asld
proof will be made before II. I). ileei. I'rohate
Judge or In hla absence liefore W. fl. Helda his
deputy nt Hearer Oklahoma on September 2
CharleaK. Drown heir of nnd for the nelrs of
MarBiiret llron n. deceawl II. A. No. 2483. for the
east half of the southeast iinnrter of section 22.
and tho north helf of the southwest quarter of
sertlon 23 township S north ninge 21 E. ('. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prote his
continuous resldenoa opon and culllratlon of
said tana ru:
John J. Goetringer John Trauaptt Mlrtachln.
and Cynu A. AUen. all of Drarer. Oklahoma and
John il. Hearer of Ko ler. Kansas.
-10 S-lt PICK T Moksak. Register.
by ordered and dlivctwl thnt snch notice be
giren by tine and pro.r pu til lea lion.
UlCK.T. MoiiiiAN BogUtar
Departrnent of the Interior lJind Office nt
N oodward Oklahoma July 26 IOCS
Nolleo Is hereby glen thnt the following named
settler lias filed nottre ot his Intention to nuke fi-
nal proof In support of hU claim and tluit.sald
proof will he made beforn 0. 11. llnltnis V B.
Commissioner at id office In Oa.e Oklahoma
Jamea Turner rhiUIP'. of Logan. O.T II. K
No 1SB29. for the southwest quarter of section 5
township 1 north range 2t E.
lie names the following witnessed to prore bis
continuous residence upon and ctdtlratlon of said
Vllllsm E. Jackson Edmond White Aler P.
Sterens and Houtrt A. rhUllpa. all of Logan.
B-10 -lt Dick. T. Mortal. Register.
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H I l-I -'
I JI.11J.-1 l'-i-
Departmant ot Uie Interior United States Land
Olllce Woodward Oklahoma Joly 31 190&.
A satliclent contest atlldarlt baring been filed
in this otliee by 'ncl H.Tarlor contestant
againat llomnitoad Entry No. 21235 roaile Veb-
Departmentof the Interior Land Office
wiwuwunj u.i. .iiurut ia. id.
Notice L hereby ten-en that the following-named
settler has ftled notice uf his intention I make
final proof In supiort of bUrlalm and tlwt said
proof will be made liefore KV. Kelly clerk of the
District Coon tor Rearer cvuaty o. T or In hla
absence before W T. Qulnn.bl deputy .In his
offtce at Dearer O. T. on October 2. 16 lz:
FruncuM. Doretr. for Uie bYs'li Sor- l
Tp. S. N.. H. 27. E. CM.. "
lie names the following wrtnvssea to prate hla
continuous rrstdeuce upon f4d rultiratle ot
John Tailor Burt V. Foulds both of Osta O.
T Lbarle Winters Bee Lewvlllog both of
ouurUT und the wrst half of the southeast
imarterof section towasblpSnorth rango2J
K. (1 M. by Krank Hanburn. eontestee in .niih
It is ullegrd that .said entryman has wholly
failed to reside upon cultlrate and imprare
snid tract for.a period of mom than six months
nest preceding the date of Oling this content
aaidarit; that lie nerer ostabllnhed actnal mil-
dunce thereon within sis months from the date
of his said entry : that his nlleged absence Is not
due to war aerrlce for the United I States.
buid parttiM are hereby nntinnl to aiipear re-
spond aud oner tridenco tQiolilng said allega-
tion at 10 o'clock a. m. on Dmber Is 1105
hefore II. D.MeeM. Probate Judge al Uearor.
rkror County O. T. and that final hearing
in i.. tM ( lOnVlnck a. m.. on Januanr'12.
IU0A hefure the Heglsterand Recelrer attho
United States Land Ofice in Woodward O.T.
The aald ttintestant baring in a proiwr affl
darlt nieat July 2d. IW aet forth facts which
deml and directed that such notice bo g1rt by
sIkjw that afterrlue diligence personal Berrien
ot this notice can not bn made it Is hereby or-
At mtwt ..M.ftB .lKliiUltinB.
-! 10-H Dtcar. MoaoAS Rrgiater.
a-l IP asjawsr taaa aasm
txl convenient travel
. a. at at)
iAe characteristic ot
Department of Ihelnlsrior. United Btatea Land
Office Woodward Okla. May 12 IMS.
A sufficient contest aflidarit baring been flled
in this office by William Spencer of Woodward
O. T.. contestant agsint lloniestead Entry No.
lltbM made Soptumber 17 19UU for the sooth
half of the northeast iroarter and the east half
of tho northwest quarter of section an township
S north range 27 E. by William McCMlan oon-
testee iu which It Is alleged that said contitee
has wholly abandoned said tract of land for
a teriod of time more than li months since
making said homestead entry and prior to the
initiation of tbi contest on the 21sl day of
Noromber ISM. That said contestee has wholly
failed to cultirate and improre said tract of
land nor lies he established bona fide resi
dence ou said land as required by law. That
ksaid defaults hare not been cured.
Id alliynd atuenoa from said lane
lue to lils emnlovment in tha Armr.
Nary or Marine Cori of the United hiatus in
That said allrund
was not due to his i
ay capacity in lime ef war and this the said
contestant is readr to nrore at such tims and
Call at Log-J)ro Kagbwotnl
Kansas and get a MBtpk DmImbjm wf
(Us Poultry and btk Fou tt i
DickT.Mowu Regwtw Jtbebert.
place as way he named by the
and Recelrer for a hearing in said c
Bald parties aro hereby tnottned to arprsr
rexporulaod nfler eridance touchiag said alle-
0 Angusl 3
irrr at th
1 ward O.T.
(Im said contestant harrng in a proper aBi-
rit fUed May Kth. 1905 aet forth facts which
arwHon at Uloeawk a. m.. aa
fore the BeeisKr and Recelrer at the
that after dnadlllfa9ic narsenal BrrieA
nt tblt notlca cannot be made it ts hereby or-
9erea ana nirecten tpsi tueo noiica o giren
Srduaand nroiair rmhlicaUnn.
v;w-:i EtW.ia6Hi Beceirer..
Writes The Checks.
;Is the man who appreciates the moderate prices
of our bills for Buildiug Material Lumber
and in lact. anything you need in our
line. Everything canied in an Up-
to-Date Lumber Yard will be
found with us: Come
BOLIN & BROWN
i . i
There is a time for everything but after all no
time is quite like the present. We would
bepleased to have you use it by giving
us a chance to figure on your next
bill ol Lumber.'
But don't you know that dealing with us iis moi
either time or money. It is time and money
with a whole lot of satisfaction throwiv in;-
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