Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 18, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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Bulcrctl nt j I office al t)cner 0. T. as
focund cll innllcr April 12 ISO.).
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AUVKUTiHiKn iiatcs inalii known on ap-
plication. LOCAL NOTES
Gn;i la stnrf Ing nle'ly In tlm taw plnces.
WIIJ ducks urn ilrnllful alutig (lie river.
frank Gilterl f Kokumu vieileil llcavcr
Tlic (;rouuil Is In lino rlnipu for spring
Tbcro will be n riuiicu ul lie linlt on Mon.
diiy nlglil Feb 22
About llirco IncbcN of snow fell Suud'iy
morning. Oranpor year. suru.
Iliirris U'lljlu cnino iluwti frooi Libera
last 1'riJay rclurnli.g .MimJny.
Mr. and .Mm. Jolni lu)lui- uf Gale la-
lied nmoog liotver fiicinlH over Sunday.
MUt Cliini ltliudvs will It'ncU n tpring
liroi of uclinol in dm Denton district.
Al nnd llcnty Tualivr uf ltcnton veto
clrvul'itliiK nutoiig their many Ucaver filrtids
Mondny mid Tlli'wluy.
Tlic contity conimhblutiors met in extra
ee:uiiiii Mundny Wi'soti and Diinlnp present
John Odeli hIici ill uf Rewind ciiuily
Kaosns came down frutn Llbernl Just week
with Hurry Hcas. Tliey rtt uritcd .Monday.
Tho Cimarron and llouvcr uro both run-
nliij; lotn of water thrsodayi) and it is n hot-
tons impediment to thn mall ncrrice.
H. 0. Dunluji was lu hum Cluir Iiko last
Satnrduy and acted iu tho capacity of special
mail carrier fur lho IImiald while going
Tho assctaor is going the rounds. Now
don't cither absent inmdedly or wilfully
do something that will entice your conscience
to shrink and shrivel thruughuut tho ensu-
Miss Pearl l'lilllips who has bocn attend.
Ing lho Heaver school for lho past four
months returned Tuesday to her homo near
Tlic roads on lho IhH nro so soft that
lieightcrs cun haul only very small loads
andttIsliardtogctnn.au to start after a
loud uf freight at nil.
The band of "nevcrplays" met iu tho
II Kit A Mi office last night and held the tint
robcrsul Iu llirco months. They will nioet
rrgularly hereafter and will souu be able to
furnish first class music again.
Hen Hogue llubo Chllcott Al Dickson
Mrs. 0. D. Smith Mrs. Nelllo droves
Mrs. Chllcott Josh Shaw nud others too
rumcraus to mention aio down with tho
Notwithstanding tho great amount of
snow wo havo had this winter stock in
Ucaver county novcr looked belter nt this
tlmo of year and losses havo been very
light. Hut the most destructive storms are
probably jot to oiime.
0. M. Gardner uf Clear Lake was a
business visitor In Heaver tho foro part of
the week. Whilo hero he qualified for tho
otfico of conuly surveyor to which ho was
fleeted last fall and appointed N. A. l'cck
ham as Ms deputy.
Paul Koberts passed through Hoaxer
Tuesday morning returning to his homo
near Woodbine Illinois after n visit of bov-
cral months with relatives in Llmwood
township. Ills nephew Albert Anthony
who enmo with him from Illinois Villi re-
main iu Heaver county.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hicks accompanied
by Mrs. J II. l'aldloy and llttlo daughter
all of Cambridge Nebraska nrrived iu
Heaver Sunday and are visiting with Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. S. Drummond. Mr. Hicks
Hunks of locating in Heaver county. Mrs.
laidley is Mrs. Drmiimond'a mother.
Ilcv 1'. 1). Munsell will prenoh nt Koko-
ino school house Sunday Ken. 2S nt 2
o clock p. in Ifitli dpslrous. I will abo
acist in organizing n Sunday school. Will
bring lesson leives and cards with mo. Let
nil iotcrcitod in this ruovo cosio out and
bring the chlldtcn.
lUv T. I). Ml'lSELL.
The JIiit.MD forco unanimously extends
a vote of thanks to Misses Norn Quinu and
Maude Thomas Mrs. J. T. Crnwmcr anil
Mrs. F. S. Drummond fur assistance in
folding wrapping and mailing last week's
issue. The editor vrai sick and these ladies
kindly volunteered their ten Ices Their
deft fingers made short work of the slick of
mind Improver and lho work was more
neatly done than usual.
List Thursday Mr. S. Milto livinc near
Tyrone lost his house and nearly nil iJ9
household poo.! by firo. Mr. While was
nway from homo nt tho lime no one being
present but hU wifv and little boy. The
fire originated from a defective flue. Noth
ing was saved from the burning structure
except smo bed clothing and n sewing ma-
chine. Mr. White is nn old soldier and
lho loss fnls quito heavily on him.
Hon. Tctnplo Houston o this city has
been invited by tho slnto of Tennessee to )r
.iter lho centenliil address at the opeulnz of
lho Tennewea exposition at Nashville on
Stay 1st. This is tin honor to the territory
nnd a great honor lo our little city of Wood-
ward nnd Iheio Is no doubt but Senator
Houston' acceptance of the invitation will
not only sustain lho honor conferred but
will raise still higher the reputation of Okbv
lnmaas the home of able men News
Highest c( nil in leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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A great ureak ef moral reform has struck
the Mmsouil and Kansas IrgtsHures. Iu
the Mitsourl Ir-Wlnture a bill lias been In-
troduced having for its object the termina-
tion of flirting with fcnnlo passenger by
railroad conducKrs nnd brakemen. Vlola-
lli.na uf this law wi'l bo punishable by n lino
cf $25 J ayahlc by the corporation company
or individual owning tho railroad they being
hfld responsible for Its enforcement.
"Will" 'H the far Western judge to lho
foren.nn of the jury.
"Well ycr honor" replied Ilronco Hob
Wo didn't go into tho caso i far cz that.
Hut we've look n vote an' unanimously
ogrerd (hut tho government sido of the cose
her lho best hwytir Washington Star.
(.Jims Summer' of Liberal Kanttnv
will lalo joiii ' me.'isiiro Cor n auit of
ulotlioa ami guarantee you a porlect lit
ft r It-SB nunitjy iluui any linusu in tlic
Tho Oklahoma lcgislatuie is oven more
unanimously populi.t than the Kansas body
nud like the Intlcr is busily enguged in "rcg-
tilating'' everything under the chining sun.
Among lho measures lint have nlrcady
passed tho house is one which taxes mort-
gages upon real estate and which also re-
stricts lho legal rnto of interest to 7 per cent.
It is provided lhatnny moitgagu holder who
fails to pay tho tax shall ho denied the priv-
ilege uf foreclosing. Tho tamo result
would have been ctfocled If n simpler law
had passed declaring it to bo n felony to
hi ing money intu tho territory lo loan K
Clias. Summers did muro business in
18l)(i than in any previous year and
fcclri confident that in 1807 bis business
will still increane. Ho is now better
prepared to Bupply the trado than ever
before. Send liiui your orders or when
in Liberal call and sea what ho will do
Some of Wm. Powell's cattlo in his pas-
ture nenr to'xb had nn experience that
provod their powers of endurance. In this
pasture nro some deep draws with very
precipitous blufls and as lho cattlo drifted
before tho storm some dozen or fifteen went
over these blutls and down nnd were buried
deep under tho snow as the wind piled it
Into the canyon on them. It was just two
weeks afterward that in looking about among
bis cattlo Mr. Powell discovered (hot they
were burled there by finding whero their
warm breath hud melted tho hnow and was
isiuing forth lly dint of great labor they
dug out and rescued nine head not as much
the worse otr fur (heir experience ns would
havo been supposed; and when tho snow
had melted nway they found live moro head
n littla wtty off dead having been killed by
tho fall. Cbannlng Register.
"This man says you jumped on him with-
out provocation or warning said the judge
"and boat him scandalously."
"I guess I did" said the rod whiskered
man in lho dock "nn' I done it becauso of
the way his people is opprcssin' them poor
"Hut the complainant Is nn Italian and
Cuba is fighting with Bpain."
The rod whiskered man's jaw dropped.
"Thoh 1! Is that so?" ho asked. "Give
it to me jedgo and give it lo mo hard ond
when I git out 1 won't do nothing but tnko
a csurso iu night school where I kin loam
tho dlCTiircnt brands of dagoes."
When in Liberal call and see Chas.
Summers' immense line of Clotliinj;
Hats Caps Boots and Shoes Saddles
Harness etc. Also tho larpe.it lino of
Gent's Furnishing poods to be found
west of Hutchinson. His prices will
suit you nil.
Does This Menu Yon?
I hereby notify all persons indebted
to me that their accounts must bo set-
tled at once. I ueed money and must
havo it. Dou't ucjilect this matter but
call at ouce nnd settle. Respectfully
A N. CltANMER
Tho first semi-annual pebool apportion
ment territorial and county haa been made
and is now on hands ready to be paid to the
several dlstucts on demand. The tciritorial
apportionment is GO cents per scholar nnd
lho county apportionment f 1.05 making a
totnl of 52.25 for each pupil. W'o give
herewith a table showing the number of
children of school nge in inch district also
the amount duo eaoh district:
No. Dist. No. scholars.
27 11 31 50
28 IS 40 50
31 10 42 75
32 4 0 00
33 18 40 50
31 21 51 00
30 20 45 00
37 17 . 33 23
3S 40 00 00
30 25 50 25
40 38 85 CO
41 2d 03 00
42 27 CO 75
43 0 20 25
41 13 20 25
45 12 27 00
47 31 70 50
HBAVKll OtI.A. Kcl. 15 1E97.
Tho Board of County dJtnmlseloncri met In
special session nt tho clerk's nfllc'e nt ono
o'clock p in. Treeent Wlou ami Unnlopt
On motion Dunlap WIIbod. was elected tem-
On motion Dnnlnp seconded by Wilson
J II Carter was nppolnted trnttec and assssor
of ltcnton tonnslilp.
On motlrn Wilson seconded by Dunlap J
I' Durst was appointed trusteo aud nsstesor of
On motion Dunlap seconded by wllsoo the
fallowing atncUt bonds worn approved:
11 It IIuIkt trustee nnd assessor Pleasant
J P Durst trustoo nnd assessor Optima
On motion Dnnlap seconded by Wilson tho
oltlclal bonds or J H lllnke clerk of Pleasant
View towntblp and TV A Sullivan clerk of
llardesty towimlilp were approved.
On motion Dunlap Becondol by Wilson
tbo olllcliil Vtoud or w I Uoutwell Jnstlco or
tho ..caso fur Garland township was ap-
proved. Ou motion Dunlap seconded by Wilson
tho appointments of 11 W Metcalf ChaB Mar-
cclus V V Madison nud Clias Wiggins as dep-
uty sherlfls were approved.
On motion Wilson seconded by Dnnlnp the
orllolal bond of J J Fulkrrjon trustee and
assessor of Kokomo towmhlp was approved.
On motion Wilson seconded by Danlap
tho oinclal bond of Q M Gardner as county
surveyor was opproved.
On motion board adjourned till 8 o'clock
am Feb 101807.
Hoard met at 8 o'clock n in Fob 10 1697.
Dnnlap and Wilson present Wilson In tho
Hoard took up tho matter of grand ond petit
Jury lists completing nnd peifectlng H.imo.
On motion Dnnlnp seconded by Wllsnn W
II Hart was appointed Jusllco or tlic peuco for
On motion Dunlap tecouded by Wilson tho
oltlclal bond of W Jt Hint Jnstlco of tho
pcice for Gate township wns approved.
On motion board adjourned till ono o'clock
Hoard met nt ono o'clock p m; 'present
Wilson nnd Dnnlnp; Wilson In tho thalr.
On motion board ndourned Flnedto.
Attest KKANZ 8 DllUMMOND
Territory Okia. I
Hcavor County fBB'
I hereby certify tho foregrlng lo bo n true
nnd correct transcript of Mm proceotilngs of
the bonid of county commissioners at tlielr
special session held on the 15th and ISlli days
of Kcbrunry A D 1S07.
HkiAL FllAKZ S DllUMMONI)
llcncfits For tho West.
Tho statement in recent dispatches
that tho interests of farmers nre being
especially well taken caro of iu the
framing of tho new tariff is welcomo
intelligence to tho West. Western
producers particularly cattle raisers and
wool growers havo learned by soro
experience that farmers rc-quiro protection
as much as manufacturers notwithstand-
ing tho assurances of political dcma
gogues to tho contrary. During tho
operation of tho Wilson-Oonnan tariff
tho wool industry has been practically
dustrojed and tho free introduction of
Mexican herds has greatly demora'ized
tho cattlo trade.
Tho agiioultural schedule of tho
measuro now in preparation by tho ways
and means comtnittco is substantially a
restoration of tho JIcKinley schedule.
Tho establishment of rates of ?5 per
head on cattlo moro than a year old
and 2" per cent ad valorem on cattle
valued at moro than $20 a head will be
of material benefit to Kansas Texas and
the entire southwesttrn portion of the
country. The JIoKinley law imposed a
duty of 810 per head on cattlo more
than 1 year old but it is expected that
tho J() per cent ad valorem on cattlo
valued at more than S20 a head will
compensate for tho Iow.t rate ou ordi-
nary grades and will servo to shot out
to a large extent the influx of Mexican
Hrcadstuflfs rice dairy products po-
tatoes and starch castor beans fiaxsaec'
meat products poultry vegetables and
hay are among tho agricultural products
upou which tho McKir.ley duty is re-
stored. Tho advanced duty on all theso
articles will ba of direct benefit (o Amor
ican farmers and will greatly assist iu
tho restoration of the agricultural in-
dustry to a condition of prosperity.
Tho new measuro will soon ba com-
pleted and if tliero be no factious op-
position it can bo enacted into law within
a few weeks after it is laid bsforo tho
houso. Thero need be aud' should be
no very protracted debato in a Keubli-
can congress ov;r a protective measure
drafted in accordanco with liepublican
principles and in rcsponso to the em-
phatically exprcticd will of n largo ma-
jority of tho American pcopln. Tiio
sooner it can bo put into operation the
sooner tho promises of returning pros-
perity will bo fullBUcd. K. (J. Journal.
rjovemor Wm. 0. Kcnfrow
3ectary T J- Lwe
Attorney General C A. Oalbrailh.
Assistant Attorney General.. .. Hoy Hoffman.
V. 3. Marshall Patrick Nagle.
U. S. Attorney Caleb It. Urooks.
Chief Justice Frank Dale.
fA. G. C. Uleror.
I Jas. II.Hurford.
II. W. Scott.
J. L. McAlco.
rrobate Judge Carter Tracy
lerk Franx 8. Drummond
Sheriff It. J. Kens
Treasurer J. C. Wllllanneu
Attorney II II. Loofbourrow
Register of Deeds Franz S. Drummond
Supl. of Schools Noah Daves
Surveyor G. M. Gardner
Coroner N. A. Peckham
J. T. Dunlap
Ira S. Wilson.
ATCJJIBON TOPEKA AND HANTA FE ItV
io.no pm io:30pm
n. 1:25 pm Jdl'-UOam
: nm aitiunn
( u. v:xi p
ll::t.ipin 1:40 a in
S::t3am 12:20 pm
(ntl:.Mara fdlO: Input
u i.uiinni in n.iu inn
Mtilvnno 12:35 am 2:flpm
Kl'lvy 12:35 pm lo.fioam
Kngewood aitOOpm dJ;00am
Tickets lo all points and baggage checked to
destination. All Inquiries for rates promptly
A. P. GLEHDEinso Agent.
Presbyterian: Preaching every Sabbath
al 11 n. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. m. Y. P. 8. 0 E. roligious meeting
at 0:30 p. m. prayer meeting each Thursday
evening at 7;20.
All are cordially invited to any and nil of
these services. P. D. Muhszzl Pastor.
GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
Oklahoma Post No 4
Meets at the Opera Hall on sec-
ond ond fourth tuturday of each
month nt 2 o'clock p. to.
All Visiting comrads are cordia-
lly invited to attend.
J. W. McCoot J. R. Thomas
Adj't. p. C.
WOMENS' RELIEF CORPS.
Meets tho first nnd third Saturdny of each
month at 2 p m. nt the school hsuse.
Mrs Mary Quihx Pres.
Mrs. II. E. Blancuaud Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Heaver Lodjo No. 7 holds its
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting breathren
aro cordially welcomed.
Dyke Hallinger C. C.
J. Blarciiabp K. of It. and 3.
SONS OF VKTKKANrt-Capt. Mott Camp
No. 171 meets In the G. A. It. hnllatllcavur
no tho hecond and fourth Waturday of each
mouth nt 7:T) p. m. Visiting brothers cor-
C. E. Pkckham W'm. Quinn
1st Bcrgt. Capt
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Tho Uity Hotel of Heaver Is for snlo or
trode. A. Gkoves.
Tr.iutiTor.Y ok Oklahoma J
County of Heaviuc. J H3'
In Piobato Court.
In tbo matter of tho estate of J. 0. Mann
decenwd miilco Is hereby ulvon that O A
Alton tbo duly nppolnted nnd nunlilled ad-
nilnletriilorof tlio tstatu of .1 0. Mann de-
ceased has tendered nrd pregpiitwl for final
settlement nnd accounting nnd lias filed in
aid court tils account and report of his ad-
mlnl trallou ns hucIi administrator and that
on Monday tbo 1st day of March. A. D. 1SU7
being a day orn rtgiifar term of said court
to-wlt: of tho March term A. D. 1SS7 at 10
o'cIocfA M of said day nt the court hous
In Heaver lu sntd county of Heaver bag been
duly app'lnlid by Hie taldconrt for the set-
tlement of said final account at which tlmo
nnu piacMiiuy pcnon interested In said es-
tate may npuvur nud file his exceptions In
writing to snld Una' uccount and contest the
In i testimony whereof I havo hereunto set
my band nnd affixed the seal of said court this
ii day or January 1SU7.
Cautku Tiucy Probate Judge.
Tok ok Okla .. In Probate Court
HeivkH Co. I" Mnrch TermlB07.
In the matter of the cstato of James II. Bur-
gess deceased: Whereas Geo. Hotham and
Florence Hothnm.Jmlnor heirs of James II.
Bargees decreed by it. C. Burgess their next
frlond and 11 C. Burgees plalnUfT against
Viola llurgcs admtnlstratorlx of ne estate of
James II. Hurgcts deceased defendants
have filed tnelr petition herein alleging that
300513 In tho agsregale of moneys and pro-
perty now claimed by Viola Burgess as her
privato estate Is In fact the property of tbo
estate of James II. Burgoss deceased and nek-
Ing for Judgement flndlne and dtcreoinir thn
same lo bo the property of said estate.
Amu&wt or non-resldcntof defendant abovo
named having beeu filed In the office of tbo
clerk of sold court and alias citation having
beeu returned by the Sheriff "defendant not
found In Beaver Countj" and precipe for
notice of nubllcstlon fllod hv nlnlntlfr nntim
Is hero hereby given to said defendant that
" u ouu uppi-ar ucioru jne prouate coart or
Beavtr county at ft resrnlar term thereof to bo
holden nt tho Probate court tonm in Tt.nvi.i-
on tho 1st day of March A. D. Igvj at lo
o'clock A.M. then and there to answer as
Bnch In the nremtses and vrui im Anmnmnri.
cdJseucU admlnUtratorlx to hold-and pre
serve intact pending a Unal hearing all and
singular tbo monojs and property lu said
petition mentioned nnd described and further
to do nnd perform what eh&U therein by said
court bo required and adjudged under the
provision oi uuapier j statutes cf Okloho
Wltneu my band and seal of said court at
Beaver this Uh day of January 18J7
F. C Traov
Clerk of said court
GHUtt A Buctce ally's .'or plff.
h s gk fer SLi7 SUI U
: psffl un Ki
for monthly pains in tho sicks
hipa back neck shoulders
head nnd limbs.
These pains arc symptoms of
dangerous derangements pecul-
iar to women.
"McElree's Wine of Cardul cor-
rects these derangements cures
Whitcsand fallingof the Womlj
relieves Suppressed Menstrua-
tion and flooding quiets the
nerves and brings happiness to
rcr Stale by fiZedicJco Dealers nt
OMEI l)OLL.a A BOTVX.E.
When you nro about to buy a Sewing Machine
00 not bo deceived by alluring advertisement
and' be led to think you can get the best made.
fiuost finished and
for n mero song. Seo to It that
you buy from reliablo manu-
facturers that have gained A
reputation by honest and square
dealing you will tken et a
Sowing MacRino that Is noted
the world over for Its dura-
bility. You want the one that
la easiest to manage nnd Is
There Is cone in the world that
can equal in mechanical con-
struction durability of working
parts fineness ( finish beauty
iu appearance or has as many
Improvements as tho
It has Automatic Tension Double Peed alfka
on botk sides of needle (pafenttt)xa othjr haa
It ; New btand (tattnttoy driving wheel hinged
on adjustable centers Uju3 reducing friction to
WRITE FOR CIRCULARSs
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I For the Benefit i
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INew Skin Treatment.!
- Vo positively guarantee and bck It np by 3
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Drummond, W. I. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 18, 1897, newspaper, February 18, 1897; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68150/m1/4/: accessed March 7, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.