The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 11, 1895 Page: 3 of 4

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l'UBMSHHt) llVKKY THURSDAY.
Entered nt postofnee at Beaver O. T. as
eeconil class matter April 12 1S9j.
TEIUIS - - - - 1.00 I'EU YKAlt.
AUTLUTISISO BITES niatto kllOWQ On np-
plication.
OFFICIA L Dill EL 1 Oil Y
Governor Wm. C. Uenfrow.
Socrctary T.J. Lowe.
Attorney dcnernl C A. fjalbraltli.
Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman.
U. S. Marshall.. .... Edward D. Nix.
U. 8. Attorney... Caleb H.Urooks.
Chief Justice rrank Dale.
fA. 0. C. Merer.
I Jas. H.Uurlord.t
Associate Justices....-!
H. W. Scott.
i. L. McAtee.
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COUNTY OFFICERS.
Probate Judge Caitcr Truly
Clerk. Dvke Balllngcr
Sheriff P. D. Hcaly
Treasurer J. C. Williamson
Attorney 0. R. Wright
Itcgitster of Deeds Dyke Ballinger
Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Blanchard
Surveyor It. 0. llarbeo
Coroner ... N. A. Peckhara
(V. J. Dirdsall.
Commissioners -J II. E. 0. l'utruan.
I Lee Howard.
C. K. & V TIMETABLE
OOIJil. EAST.
leaves Englewood ...."..').) a. in.
AnivesatWIohlta 2.30 p.m.
ooiso itiaT
-.esrcH Wichita (J. SO a. m.
Arrive! at Englewood G. 20 pm
Parties wishing information concerning
Volghl or pasicngcr rates address
D. Hallorax Agent
Englewood Kan
cnunnu DiuKoxoiiy.
Presbyterian: Preaching every Sabbath
(it 1 1 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Schtol
at 10 a. m. V. P. S. C E. religious meeting
at 0:30 p. rn. prayer meeting each Thursday
ivenln j at 720.
All are cordially invited to any and all of
theso services. P. D. Muxst.LL Pastor.
GltAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
Oklahoma Post No. 4.
Meets at the. Opera Hall on bfc-
ond and fourth mtnrdny of each
month at 2 o'clock p. m.
All Visiting comrads are cordia-
lly invited to attend.
J. H. FnotiAs John Shvik
Adj't. P. C.
Women's Ilellef Corps.
Meets the first and third Saturday of each
month at 2 p' m. at the school hottso.
Mrs. A. M. Fi.sj.-ke Pres't.
Mrs. Ii E. IiLASciiARD Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
llcavcr Lodge No. 7 holds its
regular meeting every Friday
uA evcnlne. All visitin? brcathren
tiy
lr ar coruiauy wucoineii.
DjkcUallingerC. C.
J. Blanchabd K. of II. and S.
THURSDAY JULY 11 1895.
LOCAL NOTES
Pleaf-aut showers every day this week.
For a clean shavo or hair-cut call on
Jas. Lane the barber.
Probato court wan in Bcssion the first
half of tho week.
Lawyer Griggs of Meade attended
court at Reaver this week.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
C. W. Ruftbco addressed tho orowd
nt Caplo on the 4th.
C. 0. Tannehill of Clear Lake re-
newed his subscription to tho Heiiald
Thursday.
Renj. Celo of Englewood bends in
$1.00 on subscription for which ho has
our thanks.
Tho Normal Institute will open Aug
Cth in order to close by Aug. 31st tho
day fcet for examination.
Mns. Blanchard
Co. Supt.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure Orcpe Cream ol Tartar Pon der.
II. K. Craig droppoi in and had his
name placed on tho roll of honor this
week.
President and Mrs. Cleveland aro ro
joicing over the arrival of a daughter
nt their homo on July 7th.
J. C. Hodge came in on the uorth
stag Tuesday fur a short visit after an
absence of nearly four months in Monto
Vista Colo.
N. A. Pcckham and family h.ivo en
joyed a week's visit from Mr. Pcckham's
brother and wire of Albany Wis.
They departed Tuesday on n tour of tho
western states mid were accompanied by
Mm. Peckhaui and son Harry as far a
Fredonia Kansas where lliey go to via-
H relative?.
4?asL&
i3k5
M)&3
0 3eacLe ZKa-
Arc going out of Business. Ever) thing at cost FOR
CASH.
GROCERIES CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES
HATS SHIRTS PANTS OVERALLS
GLOVES ETC.
Very Truly Yours
Gr:r:ccLa:rx 6z Bmce.
P. P. Rnudcbaugli and daughter Miss
Allie of Hardestj wro in town a short
time Saturday. Miss Allio filed on land
in tho neighborhood of Hardesty.
W. II. Garrett of Englewood was a
Reaver visitor Saturday an'd while hero
handed us a dollar on subscription. Ho
reports everything prosperous down his
way.
J. W. Calvert of Prw.ton owner of
one of tho most beautiful and prosper-
ous ranches on tho Reaver made us an
interesting call yesterday and inciden
tally dioppojl a dollar in tho IIeuald
slot.
County Attorney Wright and Attor
ney Dickson were down from Reaver
county last Friday and Saturday. They
report tho land of Reaver in a flourish-!
ing conditio u with everybody for frco
coinage. Woodward News.
Reaver county h thoroughly water
soaked and nil effects of drouth about
forgotten in fact thero is nothing iu
sight to indicato that wo over had a dry
spell. Crops are fine grass is good the
streams arc full to overflowing and
everybody as happy ns the dealer iu a
big jack pot. Hitrdcstv Herald.
A. D. Hess of Rlucqrass was attend
ing Probato court as a juror this week.
He callcd;and squared his account with
ths Herald and left some delicious
peaches Bent us by his father Z P. Hess
who has a large orchard bearing apricots
plums and other fruits including 300
peach troes which will yield 500 bushels
f peaclis this scat on.
o
Advertised list of letters remaining
unclaimed in the postofiico at Reaver
Okl.i. for month ending Juno 30 1395:
AtcrTC
Hockctt T iigil
Kornig A 0
Mrs. Alice Muiphy
Whitney H E addressed Reaver Co.
The best Map jf Oklahoma published
isonojust issued by the Matthews-
Ncrthrup Co. It is a new departuio in
the Map line being put up in Vest-
Poukct form and INDEXED giving at
a glanco tho location and population of
Counties Cities Villages Post-offices
and Stations and showing all Railroads.
It is printed in seven colors in strong
covcis and is correct to dato. Mailed
on receipt of 10 two-cent stamps. Ad-
dress tho Matthews-Northrup Co. Ruff-
alo N. Y. Fast Boiler. Agents want-
ed. Beaver Hotel Arrivals.
Judge Tracy City; 0. J. Loofbnur-
row and wile City; Otto Rarbce Clear
Lake; Frank English Reavcrj Lyman
Savage Ronton; I N Stamper Optima;
P. P. Calvert Preston; P. F. Raudo-
baugh and daughter Hardesty; John
Holman Englewood; George Anderson
City; J. I. Ilenson Hansford Texas;
Thos. O'Kane Now York City; It. W.
Griggs Itoscoo Griggs Meade Kas;
Fred Taintar G ranch; Rob Maple J
ranch; Geo. Sanderson Rotnwell; J. It
Sutherland and wife E. Eliason En-
glewood; D. R. McDonald Hansford
Tex; W. O'Ncil Kion; S. T-
Hawley Wichita Kg.; J. II. Ituffin
Ashland Ks; J. 0. Armstrong Mtado
Ks; Chas. M. Stamper Optima; J- W.
Calvert Preston.
Prog; am
Or tho Old Settlers' Picnic at Itizley's
grove on Clear Creek 12 miles south of
Reaver on July 25 1895.
Emigrant parado.
Opening nddress Capt. Mott.
Soug Choir.
Potato raco. Prize the potatoes
Sacs race. Firbt prize take; second
prize plum pie.
Dinner.
Song of Labor Choir.
Address Rev. N. A. Walker.
Freo for all horse race 300 yards;
first prize S3 00 riding bridle; second
prize 81 50 pair spurn. Entranco fee
50 cents.
200 yardi matched race Dolly
Meeks vs. Rjck Rlosser.
Foot races and other games.
Slow mule raco.
Greased pis. v
81 50 tu (Iip man or bov that rides
"old Roiuu-y" 3110 yardi and H her
have ir head
Roy' foot rncr.
DancQ cqutmeucci at 3 o'clock.
Tho one hundred and nintccnth anni-
versary of American indepeudenco was
observed iu an appropriato manner by
all of Reaver and surrounding country
at Hulk's delightful grovo 12 miles
southeast of hero. Tho weather was all
that could be desired and promptly at
8.30 a. m. tho procession headed by
the Heaver cornet band started for tho
grovo and at otcry intersecting road
was joined by vehicles loaded with peo-
ple bound fur tho samo destination.
The ride was through a country made
fresh and green by tho Into rains and
it presented a lovely appearance. Upon
arriving at the grounds the crowd
resembled at tho rail of tho baud at tho
speakers' stand whero tho program was
cairied out as proiouRly announced.
Rev. Ragslcy made a good prayer and
was followed by tho rccdiig of tho
Declaration of Independence in an im-
pressive manner by Rev. P. D. Munsell
after which Capt. II. Mott addressed
tho audience iu a short but well worded
bpeoch which received tho closest at-
tention. Rev. N. A. Walker mado an
eloquent address in a clear strong voice
overy word of which was distinctly
heard. He fully sustained his reputa
tion as a speaker and lavorable uom
incuts were heard on all sides.
Tho program was interspersed with
choice selections by the band and choir
rendered with so much patriotism that
it was a treat to hear them. The dnntc
commenced early iu the evening and
continued through most of the nighl
the greater portion of the crowd re-
maining through it all. Too much cm
nut bo said in praise nt the band boys
who spared neither liuio nor money to
make cvnything pleasant and comfort-
able. Maty in attendance havo repeatedly
cxprcfcicd in our hearing their thank-
fulncts to Wm. Hulit for the clever
manner in which lie extended the use
of his grounds house and other con-
veniences lo everyone.
NOTICE.
Notice of ostlmatcd expense of tho Comity
fortheciiRueliiK joar ami ettlmtUod levy nec-
eisary to rnlso Clio samo.
In Commissioners' Court Itegular Sseslon
Julys 1603:
Tlio Board made tliu following estimate of
cxptnscB of tlie County for tbo ensuclug yean
and ilie rate of levy necessary to mlae tho
name:
Itntooflovr; 25 per
cent ftddnf fox de-
llniincnt taxes.
Kor SaliryFnnd T)oo 4 3-5 mills.
General School " aoOO 2)1 '.
Koad.tliiiilge " 150 1-5 "
Court cxpcnt.cn SMO 3 "
Poor Inxanofuud -HX) "
Co. Supply "TS ' 1 "
Coutlufcnt 1150 IK "
Sinking " 47JO 0 "
Territorial fund levvof4 3-5 mills matle by
Territorial Hoard was approved by tho
Board of County Commissioner!!.
Xotlco In also given that tho Boanl of County
Cominlshtoners will meet on tho Thlid Friday
of July 15! lomako the levies provide 1 In
the above notice.
Wltue-s my hand uud seal this Bill day f
July 1805
V kf. Balmnokh County Clerk
ISeal.
Liro Stock Qitnraiitlno Kulcs.
To Shippers: Uutweeii February l&t
ami Decomlier 1st. cattle can be billed
(torn OUluhoma and Texas to enter Kan-
sas only when the shipper has a permit
signed by 0-o. (3. Pritchard of Albu-
querque N. M. or S. 0. Krecland of
Quanii.ih Texan agents fur Live Stock
Sanitary Cnitiiiiistinii State of Ltunsas
with tht) exception that no crnut will
be required for cattle to be shipped to
qiiirantined nr southern pens or an es-
tablished stock yard for immediate
slaughter. D. Uai.lokan Agt.
A. T. & S. V Ry. Uoglewood Kas.
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
r.lnnumil Pickups.
Fine growing weather und the corn IooVb
line on this creek
The funuers are busy Uarveilliig llielr rye
barley wheat alfalfa and early sorghum.
Tun Campbell is through shearing nheep.
Messrs Larson Caltney and Klagle rc-
cnmpanlcd by their fmuilies spent )at Sun-
day on the creok fisli'm? and having a good
time generally.
James liars will sosn have his new bouse
completed aud it Is sure the beauty of tho
creek.
II. D. Meese boasts of a new girl.
Everybo.lv- goes to iLe base ball game.
Don't forget the Old Settlers' l'lonlo on
July25lh nt Wiley's grave twelve miles
south of Heaver.
Plum time has come but I hey aro not so
plentiful us last eeasou.
Kveryooe Is preparing far the jth. Tho
committee extend a cordial Invitation to al
to fttleqj the rricnlo iu HUley'a grove.
Vcue Fct-un
Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair.
-fttiAiBaking
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The only 1'ure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammouiaj No Alum.
Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
W&?P Winchester t
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ti- Fet it n nfl "! nlth yonr wlt'ivn for our
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)j WINCHESTER IZEt'EATINU ARMS CO.
ETEEJE
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LEAVER1
Is now.- prepared
Letter heads
Envelopes
Calling Cards
Wedding Cards
Posters '
In Tlje Latent tyle r
Don't send out of the
in this line.
and be convinced.
Notice.
I have for sale or trade at
a bargain for cash or cattle
j4 interest in a Victory
threshing machine and
horse power. Anyone
wishing to invest in such
property will please call
upon or address
L. M. Larsrn
Beaver Ok.
Price
Reduced
Size
Increased.
Tho Subscription
Prico Of Tho f
Kansas City Times
Has Been Reduced
To 54.00 a year.
$2.00 For Six
Months; $1.00 For
Three Months.
Tliiri U not -i euuiiaif; rate but
u permanent tliinj;. Til II SUN-
DAY TIMKS enlaced lo 21
juiijei. Think of it! Abolition
diy fur :i firt-c)iss mot i ojiolitati
newsp iper. Kvery oim oin now
allbrd to tn kn a d lily juipcr.
Subicribu nt nnce. 'I'lnt Times
alway.s lendn. AddrenH
THE KANSAS CITY TIMES
KANSAS CUT MO.
Xatlonal Irrlatlitii Coiitrrejxi.
1'lie proiirjunne fur tlio Nuiiunal Ir-
riaation CoiireMi wliii'Ii uieel in AU
buqneiquo N M iu Suptcmbi-r units
catca an uniiMiully nine verie) id' pipers
and iiddro'-e. 'i'no iiddrii i' vtomo
to tbo deli-utyi will be tii.ul - Gov-
ernor Tbnriitnii wlio will be Inllowed by
Juiljiti J. S Kinery of Ivint-ita Antun
tbn other fpcikura will bn lion. Clart K
Carr ol' IllinoH Kx-tninietor tQ Pen-
m.irk nod Kxfov(trni'r 1. A. b'luidnn.
of 1j03 Angeles; Jolm K. lnt bind
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the Mtuthwstt hugely increnting your
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connected Kartnmrlis crop left Mdlt right.
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UnttlolininilT .1 oonnfcti'd.ntiywliuriiou
animal bu jirlnel fully on both hlpH.
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TJI()MAS"S. WHITE.
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ltoomit 10.'l-5-C Atlantic Ulilg.
Wasliingttii. D. U
Mining.
Land and
Patent Law
A Specialty;
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DBAN & UrnS?-
LAWYJ5JIS. Practice in nil Courts.
WOODWARD . - - O. T
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B J'ci.EtTIC l'HYSIDIAN
SunOKON &$ OllbTCTlUCtAN.
OUU promptly Attended ouher day or nlgL
Ue&rcr Oklahoma.
p
JiLANOHARD
Lawyer.
Ppeclnl attanttoii slven to tho drawing'
legal dociiinciitR.
Oltlcooti Uotigla Avenue.
Heaver Oklahoma
K. WJRIOHT
(CUUNTV AriOllNCY.) .
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Will practlco ln.tUl Couita or Oklahoma
ICansaaj nnd Texai.
Beaver Oklahoma.
ilCKSONDCCKSON
Attouneys at 7A.xr. '
Will practice 111 ull tho court i of the County
nud Territory
Do.ier Oklahoma
GOTTLEIB STREU1
Boot & Shoo Hlakaiv
Mniifaetur.rAorUdiTfiM
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Itcpairiug tt Specialty-
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Beaver - . . Oklahoma.
S. O. RHILLSV
1
Dealer in- -
LIQUORS
Wines ik Cigars.
Cool drlDkt ami all the popular mixed drinltr
of the leaaon
Doavor
Oklaliom
1IKIXO ON YOIJP. -
We - Want - rlt.
GREAT ROOK IS1AHD ROUTE
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TO fE EA31.
flCST 0ININQ CAil SERVICE IN Tilt WOnLO.
Tltollock Isl.t ill Li 'oreaiostln adopt-
in? any advriitao cilculattd to im-
P'ovfhptcdaudt'lvotliatlaxury.Bnfety nml coral ort that popul.tr patroniige tie
niandfi. Its etiulpmcat is thoroughly
co.uploto with vcstlbulcd trains mag-
nificent dining cara eleejien and chair
coacliofi all tho most elegant and of
recently Improved patterns.
rnlthful and capable managonnnt
and polite boncst service from em-
ployes aro Important items. They nra
a doublo duty to tlio Company aud to
travelers- and It Is sometimes a task
UiiUcitlt of arcompltsliment. I'assec-
sere oa thbj lino will fbd llttlo cauta
ar complaint on that ground.
RiErVXiYieER
Dirt Groat ltaclc Inland llouto runs all
m;'htr tr.Uii3 to Etiglowood suburban
strlloa cioso to World's Pair grounds
nnd you run savo tiruo und trouble by
l-ettiiij; . u at that pclnt and avoid tho
ui 'u in tbocliy.
l-'or lull particulars ns to tickets
Tu ;u rates appiy to any coupon tiekt-t
iillioi In tlio United States Canada
iivu.u or address:
JNO. SEBAST1AK.
acnM. Tkt. & I'tea. Alft Uileae. IU.
12. ST John Qcul Manager. Chlcse!.
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Wright, Lilly & Wright, Dolly. The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 11, 1895, newspaper, July 11, 1895; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68095/m1/3/ocr/: accessed April 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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