Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 18, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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1 lltl.I.MIKD i:Vi:ilY THURSDAY.
OlUcial County Paper.
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IV. I. imUMMUXI).
UUIlur nml I'ropi'lrtitr.
KnlereJ at pcsiafHce at l!raer O. T. as
sreohd eUt mailer April 12 1903.
rURJlS - - - ?1.0O l'Eli VI'.AK
adtkktimmi T made known on sp
I will ' a mr old linine on Salurdajr.
March CO. all mr farnuht iii.plf ntlIk. 2
holies 'J cvw 1 nor rul lave. I nn
1 etrp'l aud Mhr small anlelcs.
Terms: 11 im Itr f'i cash; o-ir & six
month llrae with tool endorteJ bote
Geotge lleslv drified In town Momtay
George Aii'lrron ws in ibe ciir ."aiutdir
A tight rain Ml 1uestajr nmrning.
J. II. Qiiinn mi oolhe sick lll lail week-
It . J. Mxple m Imiuicling buioes in
the Tremiret's nfiice Manda.
Joe Paf! and wile of I'alnduro were
ti.tiing friend here 3ui-ltr.
the week .
w in ihe ciir the firl of
John llnrn of (JrxnJ Vttllrjr was a luisi-
ut t i t r in the rilj lal .''alurday.
Ihe farmer- hare liegun to tear the earlh
up in e-irurni and as a coneipience the
blackkinilbs are kept on Ihe mnre.
lawyer Uatlinger wrnt 10 Mentis on bu:i
Bernard Lemmert panl lliroujh town
on his war lo WoodwnrJ Monday
J. C. Uilliiuoii made a bufiness trip lo
Mr?1. Nancy Uij.-ut tiled on a claim tester-
day in the rtiiilheat part of ihe county.
Mrs. Waddell who ia .lading wllh Mr.
Parker and family north of twn is reported
Clyde Cunis filed
on a claim on Kiowa
The dinee at Linlry's hall last night was
a success Krough wer present to
run two sets.
F. S. Drummond sowed fire acres of alf-
alfa ou his place west of town Wednesday.
Mrs Ashcrafl mid daughter Mod of Roth
well are visiting in this city.
Frank Long of Duck Pond attended Ihe
dance at the hall Wsl night.
Wiley lthodet) arrived iu towu yesterday
with a load of alfalfa seed for ale.
There was a heaty rain ou the Kiowa last
That "tired feeling" is instantly cured by
laking the Herald.
Yesterday was St. I'atrick'n day and green
ribbou was bruught forth ngaln.
I. 11. Ilmicd made final proof on his claim
north of town Rnturday.
Frank Healy made a business trip to
Meade this week.
Our Spring weather suHared a "evere re.
l-o the latter part of last week and has
not jet fully recovered.
Fur sale at Ihe Cash Store. .."iO per
bu'liel. Willy Hnobo.
John Howe who lirrsjusl nrlh of Ben-
ton has sold his claim to Jtne Perkins and
will reave 10 Ashland sometime in the
The editor of this moral sheet started for
Woodward last Sunday and left the deril
(hi brother) in chrSe of lb. paper.
Miss Nellie Thomas closed a ery euccets-
ful term of school in IbN city laM Friday.
1 lis Nettie la a splendid teacher to the
j scho ht say nnd her puiilj all mm to
bare matte wonderful progress timing the
The "necktie" social given by the Lung
I Necks last Friday n'ghl at the lesldeticr of
'Tip Crnwmer was a eucces etery way.
The ladiei prepared a splrmlid n per ai
they always do and all hid a gus-l lima.
Mheu it comes lo socials ibe Long Nrcka are
U5I1I in the pu-h
Noncu. I'he buna will procure Ue.ines.
day etrntiiR and Sulurdsy ntlfr.iixHi. All
members are requetied to he pirsiui.
I K 0 Duulup and daugtiter were in town
the first of ihe weak. He n-purts that
most of the farmers iu his ticinily will try
barley oat tud uibtr small grains the com-
1n.i Foil HaTviiiMi. From the bt-.-l bred
Dock f Light llr.ttitua Chickens iu Heater
county. .'iO ceuis per thirtteu or SI .00 for
TO Hit. Carefully ajked and tlf lurre'd at
0ie ULl.i. Atldrras all onltri 10
M. D. Htnutan (jate 0.
Theie will be a wolt lounaup on ihe Pig-
pen rauge Saturday Matcb 20)h. tetrn.1
grays lme beeu teen in tbt ikiniiy lately.
Noali Haifa to. fiupt. irmaioel in loan
Tutiday night out lulling ibe reboots iu
Ibis rrtiiui. and en rouie is ClcTfland and
HarriKiii luwiiki.. Hardmly Herald.
Drtli't fulgvllu Miirud Ibe sle at limtil-
woul' place Stttirday the 20ih.
V.iss Mayme Prckham dote! a rery suc-ces-tui
ibur luuiilba lein. of ichool in tbe
Slairli dllrirl I nt-.il. r I
Mr. Hrtlty llibtu is well and aUe to b
Sinie rehovl iasej U.t r n4ay th
bey may be futitnt wti lb. m.-i m. ) m
tween sun up tai ii...i
HAY " '
To Feed U cattle or to sell . Lts f ti
80 don't let your iuk n t
JUS. E Fair N;t 0. T
Highest cf ed In LracninC StrcnRiii.-I-itcst U. S. G'l Report.
1 $k&? aOW0a
Swlpeil Iro 11 a 1 xelia g
Who wrp nth Jti alien you are Ml
And laugh ih yii when y are pUd
AtA swea nilh Jou when yen are tmd?
Who has in lc lih id "l l
An-1 neter (nad y er lir-
And wfcen he luei-. cieiles s'irf ii-e?
Who 1hiI.) tefrm xcil nnd dear
Vtid does ymr printing for fire cents a year?
Who on a teait n well a check
And lirrs mi wind f'oi wrk to week?
ll I raid ihr c.mmoii hou;c fly make 310
strokes a .trend wiihils wings. Ctn anyone
tell us the number of strokes a gnit will lake
with his aerial flappers during the same
space oT time?
Iter. P. . Mmi-l preaches at Kolono
vhool hou'eeserr Sun'Uy at 3 o'clock P.M.
A gsod Sahlrtih School ti been organiied
which n.erl at 2 o'clock just prior lo
preaching Mi M I A'hcrnfl Supt. and
Mrs. J. S. Hart Secy and Trtas. Etcry-
body are cordially invited lo be prcent.
-J00 or MX) hed of rattle lo palure.
Any kiml. Range on Cimarron
Write or see Ctus. E. FFl.r
Cat. John I. Deilks' lecture nt the court
bouse nionday night was quite a treat to the
lleaserites. A. S. Dickson who acted as
stenographer trancribed the speech as fol-
lown which we publih by requejl:
"My uame is John I. Dcilks. I was born
in Posey comity Indiana. At Ihe nge of ten
I was sold for a ? I am - 1 yah 5
another dime Hs3"- f my sub-
ject is war applause has that man a dime?
lb 1. and beer checks
ppplau-e I'm a rats ? Charge (bat
mau a quartir 7 ctnts applaue
gimmleadime applautej Soldier
Keno? nit your ante !?? 0
..f"irf "ho don't gim-
mime parsnips and cheese? yah...
beer and ice erenn!-v--
Uuconlrollable applause is enJe-1
At this juncture the stenographer fainted
and we were unable to secure the remainder
of the speech. Ererybody departed for
home in much glee
Cattle are looking well.
County Superintendent Dates risited the
llarde-ty school Wednesday.
Ex-cuioniUioner I'd man was over from
the PaUduro Wdoesday.
C. Drown has been In this locality buying
cattle ihe patt week.
IheXO i.ulfit has sold out to a party
There are a number sick with la grippe
Wallace Quinn sold out to C Brown.
Only mx more weeks of echool.
Mr (Jhapel and Jim Douolion. of Hans
ford Texas are visiting Wm. Donelson and
Mr. Wardtll has gone to Kansas for
The alfalfa is tooking fine.
Mr. and Mi. Hood of Liberal were in
town Monday. Miss Hood filed en a claim
near Grand Valley.
Theie will be a dance on the Hackberry
Friday night the lOih. La Kie.
We ue rentJ of MRrch wwher B heje
Pr" "I'd then some.
JI- Myrtle NucIhIIs ami little sister
Op. c tie il.mu irom LiiglrwiioJ Fnday
eje whre lbe rr guiug ly wuhsol return-
Henry Picrait arrived home from Cold-
water Kas. Saturday ereuiDg hating pur-
chase la house and moted It down on his
claim to put Kaffir corn in.
John Deilks the magic lantern showman
stayed oter nigbl at S. P. Kerns one night
Mm. Parr i sewing for Mrs. Sam Gabbert
There wan au uysler supper at there;!
deuce of J. II. Kerus on Friday uightofUtt
week. Thoe present outside of this titimly
were Lou Mauley of Bluegrass Mr and
Mrs. Jones and family nlso of Bluegrass
the lises Emma and Stella Perkins and
Grant Perkins of Denton and Misses Alma
and Laura Maphet from ibe Cimarron.
Etrryoue reports hating had a jolly lime.
Mr. Fred ViagnrrauJ Mr. Hall of Kan.
sas were gueu of Mr. and Mr. Juo. Tay.
lor Sunday last.
Mis Annie Dickton has the meastls but is
recovering radldty. Its the first case of
mrasels ever knswn to be in this part of Ihi
country. YoD K50W.
Great and beautiful is the cry of the
motherland. Here are a few thougaod
UreeU ptrming gainful occupaticos in
the United States. They like u.j we've
nothing against them. Many want to
a. But the voice of their King is
rinjia: "'Come home ye fighting oos
of a Glinting rice. Your mother u in
ttil." And they lise and about back
their loyalty and swear by all that's
holy pagan and Cbriitisr that they'll
wm. And ihet will 100. Great and
t. -u;r..l . r .. .1 i !
h Mttirul is le ery of tha molhi-rland.
' u i
Fon sale oa TriAos.
kiT ' ''' er o 1 or
n w'a H i
Voutii: luao dost tliou go abroad iu
the land at tiiglit and runh the prowler
and perambulate with the Ictuininc?
Art thon a puzzler ot'heor nnd a jilayer
of crJ? Dt thou jmi tip thy fchecU-ls
uu the uncLTtointlM which lire the heri-
tajf of ihe man who bucks the "John
p.n?" Art thnu a frequtnter of the
country lair where tho itiisrt Alex
Jplnevih his wad on the near thcll and
lo the little ball is found tinder the fsr
on"? And dost ihou know that the
latim pr-ldin- with the pla?s eye can dis-
laticc the peait lay nlh?y in the first
quarter? Verily I wy unlo thee thou
art in a bad row of stutitpi. Thy heels
fly up before Iodj; ntid thou Intst faileu
into the soup. Keep your eye ou the
gun and revel not in the lutoxicatitip
juice of the bug and in the ripened
yo.ir of thy existence thy garments shall
be all wool hemstitched and a yard
wide and the amount of thy spondulis
hall be much spoken of while be who
is adverse to this advice will be wearing
hen skin shoes and no sol and he will
dine at that lunch counter which is free.
La Crosse Republican.
The Tax Dill.
The following is the full trxt of the
bill passed by the legislature and ap-
proved by the Govirbor in regard to
payment of taxes.
Be it Enacted by the .Legislature
or the Temutort of Oklahoma:
Section 1. That hereafter all territor-
ial county township echoo! district
city and town taxes levied for any pur-
pose shall be payable io the lawful cur-
rency of the United States only; and it
shall be unlawful for any county treas.
urcr hereafter to receive in payment of
any taxes whatever to be collected by
him territorial county township school
district city or town warrants; and all
laws heretofore permitting the same to
to be received in payment of said taxes
are hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. This act shall shall take effect
and be in force from and after its pass-
age and approval. Perry Times
Illpans Tabules cure flatulence
ltlpans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion.
Rlpans Tabules cure torpid ller.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Hold Your Ilrcath.
A single page in a single issue of Cen-
tury taken for advertising cots SCOO
Harper $100 and other magazines S100
to 8330 A yearly advertisement of a
column in ihe Chicaga Tribune costs
S26.C50 for the lowest and 550000 for
the highect pricod column. The front
page of Printer Ink was sold to one
tirui for the year '97 for S10.400; a
space of about 1x0 inches.
Thee figures will probably astonish
men who pay from $5 to 20 a year for
advertising space and seem to think they
) arc liberal advertisers. Does it oav to
advertise? It is evident from the above
figures that it docs pay to advertise for
shrewd business men da not invest
thousands of dollars nithout being as-
sured of satisfactory returns.
The above ) strange reading tu some
nf our Perry businc-s (?) men. If they
are asked to advertise as mueh'as $2.50
a year they don't recover from it for a
week. Perry Ketcrprise-Times.
GET THE BEST
Wheo yon ore about to ba a E
do not bo doccived bjr atlurln? i
and be led to thick you can get
finest fcauhcC td
When yon ore about to bnvaEewic? Machine
eo not bo dsccived bjr allurini; a Irtrt iwoiest
and b led to thick you can get tL U.: cj4e
ncK fcaubcC td
for a rsrra soap. See to it that
Vbtfl htv frm rt.Kl .. .
lacturers that have Ka-cd a
reparation br boa tt and --r3
tAmt vou wiU Ihea get a
Stwinjr Macir.s that ia stted
the wjtld oter for its dura-
bility. Yoti - a-t ' r3c liit
la cr.ilcit 13 zaza;a and is
JiprCPj can c Ua! i.l tatLanUal cn-
IVVMi ''art- 3Caratt..iy-t rk-t;
AiJujQiW rJtrta finescia of uWv-WiT
tfffw "a orrea'aocr jr has as cia
It has Automatic Terslco. Doalls feed alike
ou both daofr.oJtiarsBooUi-has
kjKcwS-v.IiN:- J.driTJic wheiiis1
WR.TS FOR CIRCULARS.
THE EW H0US ssmiiQ jrjfrjj co
gKaaut. Donj ya. rviS r sxv T
f . Xa Iu t
r Pairset soda rrowsb
paxinc crops. JTtrfrctscada
Vn t irown hj chanoa. Notti.R
Vlog taever left Co ebanoe sn frow-PI
V Inf Pcrrr'a Hc4s. DMlenaenBI
M tteo aTtorwacra. Witt for fsJ
B SEED ANNUAL iff
k tbr J.8M. Brtafol of Taloabto MM
L lofonnsxtoo aboos beat and imw-HF
k cat asm. Tn kr snail. HF
W B. M FEMY A CO.. W
f'trry man toith 50 html of cnttlr or
Hincitrd iliould urlirrlite hit Lnnul in
thi't jxtper nnd thui within o mouth
perluiju regain stock which has been
musing fur well iind which hr ka
ffivrit up at lost. Our circulation
throughout thin tection if wide and
ttauhfy itici eating und your brnnd in-
fertfd in theie colmuni will become a-
tnu'iar to the itockmen nnd lettlcit o
the touthux-il largely incrcaiing your
chtncti nf regaining ttrayed or ttolen
litcl;. Send in your orderi.
ft. K. PERRY Meada Kas.
Ttt connected on one or both hint.
mHikj-cnrrett nntlcrslnpc In onth
Itange on the Ilavtr and Cimarron rlvm
Cross 6 on left aide and hip. Ear marks
crop and nnderalope left ear and underbli
right ear. Ilange ou Ufatcr and Cimarron
Jj- I will pay .too reward for Information
ibat will conilct any party or partita of kill-
ing or stealing any cattle in tbe above brands.
B. K. 11RBT.
JCotlcf is hereby given that pursuant to an
order of the probata court of the connty of
Bearer and territory of Oklahoma made on
the 3d day or February 1ST In tha matter af
thectnte of Ollie Dot Ilcrron a minor the
nnderaignrd as guardian of said minor wilt
sell at-prlvate sale ta the highest bidder sub-
ject to confirmation by said court on or after
thelSthday of llsrch U87 in said county all
the right title Interest and estate of her said
ward and all the right title and Interest that
said estate has by operation of law or other-
wise acquired in and to all the certain parcel
oflandsltnatcd lying and being In Ihe connty
of Bearer territory of Oklahoma described as
follows and conditions herein o-wlt: The
BB K SW K. W X 'E H. HE X X H Bee.
29 Twp. 4 N. B. 30 ECM.
Bids ronst be in writing and forwarded to
Eliza J. Groves or the judge ef the probate
court Heaver O T.
Dated this loth day of Feb.. 1897.
Eliza J. Gnovr.s
And Others of lllgh-Orade
WITH ALL nODERN IMPROYEMENTS.
Th3 Best for Consumers.
Tho Most Profitable for Ooalcrs.
PRICES MOST REASONABLE StLES THE URQEST
In the construction of onr Machines nothing
tint tbo very best material Is used and ex-
perienced mechanics employed: they will
ontlmt any other Machine made and give
bcttvr ftitlitfactlon. Tbe finish of onr Ma-
chine la highly Ornamental and Attractive
The woodwork Is the most modern and
Includes I'lalu Itent Drop Iirad Cabinet
etc. In Antique Oak or Black Walnut. Tbe
Attachments are the UtoM improved with full
Instructions for nslngSJya years' warrants.
BICKLE3 AT COST SEND FOR PRICES.
AMERICAN MACHINE CO. Cblctfo IU.
Is That Sew?
WELL READ THIS.
Don't waste your money on a
cheap sewing machine. hen you
buy prt one that is reliable that
will do fr't-ci.153 work and which
with ordinary care will last a life-
time. Therefore m buying a
WHITE SEWING MACHINE
yr-j -'H r-'oncy tinvj r.nd
patience; ai I that is a goo.1 deal
Tn:a yea juiuso f tli.'nk of )t.
l.ivc lcaltr3 wr.nto M-hcrc w: a:t
WHITE SEW5HG MAGH1KE CG
Om Kt AMI flll X.
Itlpt.ns Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Ripans Tabules euro constipation.
Rll-.uis Tabules cure be&dacbe.
Ripans Tabules assist digaetlon.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules at druggists.
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OFF! CIA L DIRF.C 7 Oil Y
Soternor Wm. C. Henfro i
3ccteury T.J. Lom. i
Attorney General C A. 'Jalbralth.
Assistant Attorney General. ...Itoy lloffnun
U. 8. Marshall I'atrick Nagl"
V. S. Attorney Caleb I.. Urooki.
Cbicf Justice Frank Dili
A. U. C. Biertr
Jas. II Durford.
II. W. Scott.
J. L. McAtia.
Register of Deeds..
Supt. of 8chools...
. ..FraniS. Druamenl
H. J. lieu
J. C. Wllllammn
...n H. Loofbotirrow
....Franz S. Drummond
....... ..G. M. Gardner
N. A. Pkckkaa
J. T. Dunlap
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Tickets to all points snt baggage checked te
destination. All Inquiries for rates promptly
A. T. GLEKDESl.tn Agent.
Presbytsrian: Preaching eTery Babbatli
at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. . religious meeting;
at 6:30 p. m. prayer meeting each Thursday
All are cordially intited to any and all of
these services. P. D. Muxsill Pastor.
WRAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
Oklahoma Poot No 4-
Meets at tbe Opera Hall on etc-
ond and fourth baturday of each
month at 2 o'clock p. a.
All Visiting comrads ars cordia-
lly intited to attend.
J. W. McOot J U. rnoM.
Adj't. i. c.
WOMENS RELIEF COUPS.
Meets the first and third Saturday of saeb
month at 2 p- hj. at the school hsuse.
Mrs. Makv Qt'iy.x Pre..
Mrs. II E Ulanchaud See
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
lleiver Iidje No. 7 lioMs its
regular meeting ererj FriJay
erening. All Tisiliug breathren
are cordirdly welcomed.
J. IlLAXCiiian K. of R. and S.
SOKH OF VETEUAN8 Cant. Mott Camp.
Xu 171 meets In the O. A. It ItHllHt lleavar
no the second aud fourth Vaturdiiy f eacb
month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brothers tor-
U. E. I'eckiiam Wm. Qcin.v
1st Hergt Capt
16 wts. to 1 Ik. f-K. "'
U. S. Standard
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CsWTteMCMt sintt. lUrsaslStW hfM. II- t.
iHIWFl-Mall. it9U Tlstksw Asjtlk lajl
sfllMtHHi. t4 Milk K ! phik -.
r(sVsaU)K tarrn Iaih '''i-l
sfkutaffanu. Itarv IWIors tUt-ti d-
tUjt . KlUsjtW. sUIImsU 1i tmm b4Isi r HUI.
m tWftsu iVUtssft s.s4 Wst U aUr ..
M . $ma$m . OXIOAOO CLn co.fr
for monthly pains in the shies
hips back neck shoulders
head and limbs.
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements pecul-
iar to women.
McElree's Wine of Cardul cor-
rects these derangements cures
Whlteaand falling ol the Womb
relieves Suppressed Menstrua-
tion and flooding quiets the
nerves and brings happiness to
For Kale by Xcdlrln liValera avt
ONE UOLLAU A DOTTI.E.
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Drummond, W. I. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 18, 1897, newspaper, March 18, 1897; Beaver, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68154/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.