Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 5, 1896 Page: 1 of 3
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Sound Money nnd .Sound Ihislnoss
scoros n great Victory.
Tho "crown cf thorns" hag been
pressed upon the brow of labor whero
it will remain for the next four years at
least. Tbo cross of gold is not bo bad
after all if tho American pcoplo nro any
judges and we rather think they arc.
RPLL OF HONOR.
Pur county bird didn't do so bad either.
Tbo ohanccs arc that Flynn is elected
although it will bo close.
Tho UEKALD congratulates tho sue
jjesaful candidates and sympathizes with
tho defeated ones.
C It. Wright made a phenomenal
raco for tho short time he was in tho
field. If he had been beforo tbo people
wo weeks longer he would have been
elected. Ho carried this county easily
but Woodward county is yet to hear
from and his vote was probably light.
Drutemond heard from the tbre west
Callahan"." " ! 21
sinilh'.'" " - i 20
Jlrirum'." i 17
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Wckham'; ' 30
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Wilson ' 30
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The race for couuty clerk in this coun
ty was an interesting one and neither
man could claim the plum until tho re-
turns wcro in from tho last township
and the official count was made. The
first three townships in Beaver Benton
and Elmwood ;aro Drummond 58 ma-
jority. Then camo Kokoino Pleasant
View Blucgrasii Logan and Grand Val-
ley cutting his inujority down to 29
Then Garland a democratic prccinot
gave Drummond 7 "majority while Gato
republican gavo him only 3. Eubank
cut his majority down 10 Hardcsly(
domocratic raised it 3 and Optima cut
it 9 leaving him 20 majority with the
three west precincts wilh G7 democratic
majority to hear from. Harrison gavo
Goodo 7 and Lujan solid democratic
gavo Vrunmond I. This left Drummond
M majority with Cleveland 20 demo-
cratic majority to bear from. Not un-
til Saturday when Burrows camo in
fr.'a Cloveland was tho raco finally
Siberia will soon lose its terror in tbo
popular mind. Tho opening of tho Si-
berian railroad has caused a rush of
Russian peasants for the plentiful aud
cheaper lands of Siberia and wholo vil-
lages of Russia aro being left without in-
habitants. So far this year 145000
peasants havo emigrated and in the mid-
dle of May there wcro 13000 persons
encamped at Tchelyaburbk awaiting
transportation. It is that tbo govern-
ment will stop banishing criminals to Si-
beria and will ueo only tho island of
Saghalicn tho northern provinces and
the prison disyic." as receptacles for con-
vies Topoka Capital.
Tho winners in the raco for county
11. II. LOOFBOURROW
J. C. WILLIAMSON
F. S. DRUMMOND
NO All DAVES
N. A. PECKIIAM
G. M. GARDNER
Commissioner 1st Diet. t
J. T. DUNLAP
Commissioner 2d Dht.
IRA S. WILSON
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Tho 200 Armenian fugitives from'
Turkish injustice who arrived at Ellis
island tho other day wcro not permitted
to Und until a bond in tho amaunt of
S2G000 was filed as n guarantee that
thoy will not becouio 'charges on tho
public ohariticn of tho country. These
persecuted victims of an atrocious dynas-
ty were glad enough to get out of tho
reach of danger with their lives and of
course brought nothing with them of
valuo cither in tho shape of money or
goods and as tho laws forbid tho sand-
ing of immigrants under such conditions
the authorities at tho port of entry had
no opportunity to do other than exact
tho bond which fact calls to mind that
howovcr much people may bo opposed to
pauper labor there would have been
much cruelty in shipping theso poor
suppliants at tho feet of liberty back
into tho jaws of death. Thero aro two
sides to every question and tho wisdom
of a law that makes such a thing possi-
ble may well bo doubted. Karisai City
Do you know what your mouth is? It
it tho front door to your face It is the
aperture to the cold storago room of
your anatomy. Somo mouths look like
peaches and cream and somo liko a holo
chopped in a brick wall to admit a new
door or window. Tho mouth is a hot
bed of tooth acbes tho bungholo of ora-
tory and the 'baby's crowning glory. It
is the crimfon uislo to your liver. It is
patriotism's fountain head and tool chest
for pie. Without it the politician would
bo a wanderer on tho facooftho earth
and the cornctist would go down to nn
unhonorcd grave. Ii is the grocer's
friend the orator's prido aud tho poor
man's drawback. It puts somo men on
the rostrum nnd some men in jail. It i
temptation's lunch counter when at-
tached to a maiden and a tobacconist's
friend when attached to a man. Ex.
A farmer in Salem Chnpcl town-
tlnp N. (1. recently sold a remarkablo
cow to a Winston butcher Ho says she
was 22 years old and gave milk for nine-
teen years. She gave birth to nine
calves which be sold for $135. For
nineteen years sho g-vo an averago of
two gallons of milk per day making an
averago of 13870 gals. This farmer says
that had ho sold the milk for 20 cents a
gallon he would havo received 82274.
This aided to tho' sal of tho cow and
calves would mako a grand total of $2-
92G realised from ono cow. Tho farm
er also says that tho Winatou people atu
the beef ioni tho old cow aud thought
it was veal. Ex
Election day dawned clear and bright
but later in tho duy it grew chilly.
Miss Cora Turubull comm6nccd tho
Gate school last Monday.
E. L. Piico camo home last week to
mako a farewell visit with parents and
friends as ho expects to go to Sacra-
meuto Cal. in a few days.
Froddio Turubull fell off his horse on
Sunday last and was hurt scriouily. It
was at first thought his arm was broken
but ho is improving at this writing.
John Kerns returned from Hcnnessy
Okln accompanied by hio bride and
sister lli friends visited him on Sat-
urday night; although thoy were not
as quiet as ono would suppose they wero
none tho less welcome lor that.
Judgo Tracy of Beaver and James
Lambert of Beuton omiio up Monday
evening to bo hero for tho cWtlon as
thoy both hold claims in this precinct.
Mr. A. J. Nuckolls or Undo Jack
as bo is called by many is very poorly.
'l o Notes.
Election to-day and nat so very hot
Several Lad days IjsI week
unowy and generally bad.
A good many went from tho river to
Moado to hear tho Hon. Burton speak
on tho 27th and had to stay over tho
Last Sunday eveninrr ns a buggy load
wcro returning faom tbo Endeavor meet-
ing thero was a capsizo and nil went out
hut happily no bonis wcro broken. Miss
Muzzy had her arm sprained and all
wcro more or less shook up and all very
thankful that it was uo worse.
Mis3 Pdlefish of Meade accompanied
by her sister Mrs. Blankenship vihited
Mrs. Kochlcr over Sundoy.
Po-ry's outfit got in Sunday after u
long siego of holding eattlo tit Eugle-
wood. Mr. Choato owner of the' Croos C
brand returned to his homo near Bur-
Miss Grace Danks has gono to Meade
to speud the winter with Mrs. B. K
Mr. and Mrs. John Morcland re-
turned on Thursday from Knnsus whero
they havo spent tho post six months.
Thoy wcro accompanied by their son
Frank who will spend this winter with
Mr. I. A. Sandcfur who has been
traveling in parts unknown tho past two
years has returned homo again.
Mr. and Mr. 0 W. Banks will start
on Monday for tho Choctaw nation
where they will remain in tho future.
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Hardthty gavo
a dance last week which was enjoyed by
a number of their friends. They know
how to entertain.
Jas. I Lovelle u visiting friends and
relatives in northern Mo. Ho is ex-
pected homo soon
Nora Lovcllo visited Nelia Rushing
The pcoplo of Bluegrass gavo a liter-
ary entertainment last Friday night but
owing to tho bad weather only a small
crowd was present.
Mr. Samuel Ilardesty has been in
bad health tho past few days1
Tho "Bryan lover" is gradually djing
dawn in this vicinity. It is to bn hoped
that tho present .spell of cool wetlhor
will completely eradicate it.
THE TOWXSI1IP LLIXT10.V.
Tbo Besver (ownehlp election warmed up
a little around the edges Tuesday nnd after
everybody bad quit electionccriug ou terri-
torial and couuty officers the township can-
didates came In for their share. Hero is the
Tote In full:
J. It. Thomas rop 30
Wash Husted dem. 2;j
Ansel Groves r. -- if 32
N. S. Lane d. 'v ' ii
For Treasurer V
J. V. Thompson r " 23
Jas Lane d. - ' 32
Tor Justices 'V
J. It. Sencenich r i"1 k 32
I'eler Uyerson d. S -' -r sg
Arthur Hogsctl r. ' ' 33
J. II. Flsgle r. r . 42
Ilarie Hunted d
CUreuco Jlibbs r. . ' lit!
Tor Itoad Overseer
D V. Kinder r. 30
Ernest fiavoy d.. 8
Notice that new clubbing offer on the first
page of this paper. A man who wouldn't
take an oiler like ihat don't want anything
to read. We loto by this arrangement as
you can readily set but we except to keep
all the subscribers tre get aud vtl get ereu
Hubbard brothers brought in ilio ri'tuini
from Onto townililji ami stnjetl otcr n
couple of days vMtlng friends
John Slnypti rctiinic.l from Ciildnver
yesterday Slavcti Hi on linvo renioteil their
eliecp to llcoo connty Kansni vlitte thiy
will keep thorn tlic coming winter.
I)oo Llnloy has his iiionutcr JiWIo fixed up
lu fine shape and will ue ll liHunflvr ilun
tho llcavorilca InKe n notion to trljlho light
C. 11. Wright t ent to Liberal !M Pnuday
returning Friday. Wiila votes in l'lMmnt
J. II. Ilerold and daugblor Jputhn v?ero
In from Pleasant View WVdueicl.iy.
Stiutkd. One 2 ymr old Iron gray (Illy
branded with small 11 on left shoulder. List
seen on Duck l'ond. A lensonablo rcwaid
will bo paid for her return to
V.. II ii own Ilcaver 0. T.
W. I ISrnwn nf Opllrart onme down ljal
irlduy .ana Blnjcl until Monday. M'.rt
l'lorcnco IhrdMil nccipnnipd him.
L. 1C. Moody of Woodward county who
has been visiting his brother A. J. for tho
past month returned homo last weoW.
Election passed off quietly with vory lit-
tle drinking comparatively.
Loofbourrow sUunkcd Strong In Kokomo.
Tip Crawmer election Inspector in IJuavcr
rrccinct had a hard llmo finding a demeornt
who could read nnd writo and who was
not running fur office to tcrvo ns erection
Following is a list of teachers who touk the
examination nt Heaver last Friday and Sat-
urday: Alonzo Conover Ralph Heath 0. (1.
Kunkel ltuth Connct Clara Rhodes AUlcn
Mcokcr Sullie Fetefish T. 1). Thurmari II.
T. Drown Lathrop Calu and Miss Tlorenco
Pi halo Detectives
no want ouo or two yonng men In tills
county to represent us ns I'rlvalo Deteotives.
Kxperienco unnecessary Money for tho
right man. Address with stamp
Texas Deltclive aud I'rotecllvo Agency.
Ban Antonio. Ttxas
Report of school in l)ikt. No. 40 fur month
ending Oct. 30:
No. males enrolled ()
No. females enrolled 20
Total emollmcnt 30
Averago nttendauce 21
Neither nbsent nor tardy. I)ena.-fiura-MInuio
.Maude Frod Mnbrl nnd Edith
Rercnds Nora Roberts Nora Mnphct John
Lcola nnd fiortlm Elliott Etta Stephens and
CiuntM STEniE.. Taacher.
Last Salui day Hallowe'en night; two or
threo crowds out for a high old tlmo made
things interesting In Heaver. Nearly all
things looso wcro turned topsy turvy aud
some things that wcro not looso wero moved
around considerable. Several tmall houses
were tipped over well ropes wero ex
changed the county coal house was inverted
someone tied a cow to the hotel bell rope
Cranmcr's windmill was carried bodily away
and laid across the street whero It still ro-
mains and numerous other depredations
wcro commltttd upon the peaceful commun-
ity. It is ogravaling when n man wakes up
In the morning nud finds his buggy in a
well his gato weight gono or his chimney
stopped up but hollowecn night come? only
onco a year and as long ns noBerlous dnui.
rgo is dono no one should kick very hard.
For our part our tfliee wai not pled for
which we aro thankful.
A laughublo lucidaut occurred last Satuj-
dsy night at a restaurant lu Reaer. One
lono turkey had been left over from tha
shooting match that afternoon and after
supper the bird was taken to the reolnurant
to be roflled off. A crowd of fight or ten
men gathered around (he counter dica box
wan produced and tho gamo commenced tho
turkey being placed under the counter with
Its feet tied. Tho winner concluded ho
would rsfflle tbo bird off again as did tho
next winner tho price being ten cents a
a throw eight to enter. For an hour or
more the fun was kept up each succeeding
winner putting Ihe bird up ogaln a good
many dollars changing hands in this man-
ner tho turkey meantime remaining under
tho counter It was hallowcen night and
a crowd out for a good lime noticed tho game
going on also tho turkey under the counter
and the door being open ono of tho crowd
proceeded to swipe the bird unnoticed by
the men throwing dice who hod becomd
somewhat excited over tho contest by thh
time. Tho turkey was carried away anJ
probably roasted and eaten by the crowd
who had turned out to do houor to tbo day
or niglit rather. In tbo meantime the game
went on getting wore interesting all the
time until someone looked under Iho counter
nud saw the turkey was gone. Of course
Ihatbrokoupthe game hut this incident
proses that capital is not required to trans-
act business. As long m tho men thought
the turkey was under the counter Ihey went
right on doing business winning and losing
but as soon as they found iho turkey was
goue confidence was destroyed und they
Hquit One man won $1.00 itnhe sanw. half
of It after Iho tuikey had been stolen. It
was agued turkey.
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name placed on our books in thcjiext 60
days paying one year in adyanceve will
give cither Uie
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For one year. To all
pay a year m advance
made. Until January
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