Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 4, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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Tho Lnr&pst Clrcnlotlon
of any Newspaper In West-
Euccno Grovcs's cattle broko Into hi
fivld the other morning and ato somo of
ine second growth Kaffir. They were
in the field only about twenty minutes
but 000 cow died from tho cfTuctti and
anotltTT was only saved by promptly
"stabbing" her to let tho gas out of her
stomach. Nearly all that ate ol the stuff
were very sick for awhilo.
Mn. Coonskin tho sextuple polyand-
ristofthe neighboring Indian village
exhibited her sixth husband in this town
jeatcrday. Coonskin stepped haughtily
around arrayed in a seven-colored
blanket thirteen inches long glittering
tinfoil chains dangled from bis cars
while bis two foot high straw hat was
adorned with gaily colored goose tail
feathers. Cushing Herald.
It sounds a little queer to hear of ter-
rible storms all around us wbilo wo aro
enjoying tbe finest kind of weather But
we seldom have very much disagrccablo
weather in Beaver county during tho fall
and winter. Occasiunally there comes a
northern blizzard that makes tho natives
think this section of country has been
moved up on the coast of Greenland but
uch storms aro far apart and usually
of short duration.
can afford to go to tho road for
anything that is bandied by me. Get
S rices at the road then come to me and
will sell you exactly tho samo goods
and disdount railroad priced. I
bought my goods carefully and in such
quantities that I can undersell the road
J. It. Thomas brought in a curiosity
in tho way of a feed product. There are
three stalks all tho product of one seed
and each stalk is about 9 feet high.
Each stalk has ono extra large head of
seed and two to thrco smaller heads. It
is supposed to bo a cross between milo
maizo and Kaffir corn and resembles red
Kaffir mote than anything else. We
would like to see it cultivated next sea-
son apart from all other feed crops to
End out what tho roeult will bo.
TIm Visa Man
is he who gets first choico when ho is
buying. He gets choico of tho whole
lot. If you aro wiso you will go to
Doyle's at Englcwood and pick out that
suit of clothes you need while tho stock
is fresh aod full. Kansas City and Chi
. cago prices and lower. .
Frank S. Gieriz of Optima was in the
city from lust Friday till Tuesday of this
week. He was hero for tbe teachers'
Optima has a new school house. It
was bought in Kansas and moved to its
present location and is reported to be a
first class building.
School report of District No. 33 for
month ending Oct. 15 1897:
No. pupils enrolled 10.
Average daily attendance 81
No. not absent 2.
No. not tardy 3.
Leila Van Every was neither absent
Ruth A. Connet Teacher.
m What is tho matter with this
'JBW man? His back is sprained.
f M But what caused it? Why he
iLJkvery foolishly tried to carry
homo a dollar's worth of sugar which he
purchased of the 0. K. Mercantile Co.'
at Liberal. Next time bo will know
enough to take a wheelbarrow because
lie has found that tbe 0. K. sells more
goods for tho money than anybody.
Report of Garland school (Dist. No.
41) for the month ending October 29
No. of pupils enrolled 19.
Males 9; females 10.
No. of days taught 20.
No. present every day 10.
No. neither absent nor tardy 8.
Average daily attendance 17.
Wm. Quinn Teacher.
"Hi rickety whoop to do. Boomer
Sooner. O. K. U." Is that silly enough
for you? It is the college yell of tho
Oklahoma University students.
Mulhall tho great English statistician
credits the United States with 20 billion
dollars more of wealth than the United
Kiugdom of Great Britain while our
debt is ?14 per capita as compared with
637 per capita in the United Kingdom.
There wero by the last returns 73045
paupers in the United States as com-
pared with 887580 in the United King-
dom But 58 per cent of the paupers
in this country are foreigners and two-
thirds of these foreign paupers are from
the United Kingdom and Canada.
The contest for the position of United
Stales Marshal for Oklahoma one of
tho longest and bitterest fights for an
appointive office ever known in Okla-
homa ended last week when the presi-
dent appointed II. 0. Thompson of
Enid to the position. This contest has
occupied tho attention of the politicians
of the territory ever since the inaugura-
tion of McKinley a number of caadi-
dates seeming at different times to be in
the lead but each in turn losing bis
prip and falling by tbe wayside. First
Bill Grime was sure of it; then it was
:iven out that DoFord would surely be
HppointeJ; then Scott Orner Harn
Orput and several others in their turn
hid xhe n'u u 8niln? v in '1 ir ptP
contest and it is a relief to the people
to have tho wranglo over. Mr. Thomp
son is a man of ability and unquestioned
integrity and will doubtless mako a
Somo of our Texas and Now Mexico
sheepmen probably think they have a
few sheep but nono of them aro in it
with Samuel McCaughcy of Coonong
Australia who will shear 1250000
head this fall. He lost 250000 head
by tho drouth of two yean ago but as
his yearly avcrauo of lambs is frnm
300000 to 400000 such a matter is
but a mero triflo to tho sheep king.
He has 600000 sheep on a fenrcd farm
of 1.500.000 ncrm nn llin Tlnr-lini. i-ivor-
4Q0.000 in Queensland 15000 "choice
oioouca anima:i on a small 45.UU9 acre
farm at Coonong and a few hundred
thousand scattered around elsewhere.
His stock has been greatly improved by
tho introduction of Vermont rams
which he has been importing for fourteen
years and as a result ho estimates his
increased wool returns at ouo pound per
sheep or 8500000 ptr annum.
Speaking of the caso of tho lato
George Pullman wo aro n6t hero to
either criticise or defend his record. Wo
notico thai some of our populist ox
changes spcrk of him as a crccdy mil
lionaire. We havo never known George
personally but wo have noticed particu-
larly one incident in his career: When
bo was a boy of 18 he wasn't staying
out nights playing billiards smoking
cigarettes and filling his person with bad
liquor as a good many fly young men
are in the habit of doing but be was
working at bis trado studying at night
and taking care of bis widowed mother.
Wheu Georgo got rich when his cars
were running on every railroad in the
United States and ho was head over
heels in business wo notico ho didn't
forget tho old woman who cared for him
when he was a baby and patched his
clothes for him when ho was young ana
poor. We suppose the old lady was
plain and didn't knew much about tho
frills of society but we notico that
George built her a costly mansion and
surrounded her with every luxury in
her old age.
It is possible that when George makes
application for admission at tho gates
of pearl there will be some objector
there who is down on millionaires on
general principles who will set np a roar
and tell Saint Peter not to let that man
in that bo was' a bloated plutocrat on
earth who piled up millions wbilo there
wero thousands and thousands or people
on earth who hadn't four bits to their
names. And wo apprehend that Peter
who is reported to bo a fair minded sort
of a saint and who has had a vast
amount of expericnen in the gate busi-
ness will say: "Well I have looked up
this man's record. Ho may have
charged too much for riding on his cars
and his porters may havo been too grasp-
ing but I uotice that he was good to
his mother. I see that ho took care of
her and kept her as comfortably as ho
could when he was young and poor and
mado her lifo full of sunshino and com-
fort when sho was old. The man who
U good to hi? mother is a better man in
my opinion than the man who sits
around on storo boxes and curses his
government and damns the people who
attended to business and got rich. On
the whole Georgo I think that you arc
entitled to pass in while as for that
kicker who let his mother keep him in-
stead of keeping her ho can tako tho
toboggan slide to tho left. Mail and
HENRY GEGRGE DEAD.
nenry Georgo the single tax candi
date for Mayor of New York died Octo-
ber 29th at 4 a. m.
Henry Georgo was a candidate for
Mayor of New York in 1886 as tho
leader of tho Union Labor party. Last
year he was nominated by the same par-
ty for Secretary of tbe state. This yjar
ho was candidato for mayor on what ho
claimed was the "Jefferson Democracy"
although ho expressed great contempt
for the Republic of the United States
and pinned his faith and hope upon some
sort of a government which was to be
based upon his single land tax theory.
His death knocks out all calculations
in regard to tho result of tho election of
mayor of New York City and all bets
were declared off. His son Henry George
Jr. was immediately nominated to tako
bis father's place on the ticket
Dr. Kalmen 0. Sapero the eminent
physician and surgeon is one of tho
most successful men of tbe age in tbe
treatment of bis specialties the eye ear
nose throat and catarrrb For years
past he has devoted his entire time to
the diseases of these organs and his fame
has spread from coast to coast as an ab'c
practitioner. Nor do patients need to
be referred to strangers to learn tbe
truth of his ability for right in our town
and vicinity hundreds have been benefit
ted by his treatment. Dr. Sapero will
attain be in Beaver at the City Hotel
Nov. 8 9 and 10 and no longer. Those
who aro unfortunate and unablo to pay
will receive the same treatment without
charge If you havo to have treatment
or if your glosses require to bo ground
to order call early. All difficult cases
and school children's eyes solicited
C - ii'n' . anl " Tn"ui''on f r
BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY
HE IS AGAIN COMING TO BEAVEU.
Tho following is a partial list of pa-
tients of this vicinity treated and fitted
with glasses by Doctor Kalmen C. Sape-
ro tho eminent Surgeon and Specialist
in Ihe diseases of the eye ear coso and
R. K. Prry and wife Meade; Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Foster Meade; N. J. Kygcr
Mrs. Helen Kyger Lakeland P. 0.; Mrs.
Asa Schmoker Mfca W. E. Schmoker
Odee; Ida White Fowler; J. M. Whet
more Meade; Mrs. B. F. Bisbec West
Plains; T. L. Stevens Rcdpoint: Z. Cain.
Shade; Leo Harvey H. M. Forbes II.
P. Larrabeo E. 0. Pyle Arkalon; Mrs.
Christina Blake Tyrone; Mrs. W. II.
Minton Springfield; Mrs. D. LeMonnicr
0. D. Swartout Master Paul Stoufer
Mrs. J. K. Kcycs Miss Cordia Hood
Miss Mamio Hood Tom Campbell Miss
Emma Mills H. P. Stubs Mrs. 1 S.
Kilgore J. R. Crothers Mrs. T. J. Me
Deruiott Mrs. J. P. Odell Master Har-
ry Odcll Miss McDermott Liberal.
If you rcquiro attention in diinases of
tho eye car noso or throat or if you are
in need of glasses do not fail to call on
Dr Sapero tho occulist and aurist at
tho City Hotel in Beaver November 8th
9th and 10th.
A largo stock of glnsscs and artificial
eyes on hand. All operations performed .
according to tho latest accepted methods
in tins countly and Europe.
If it is necessary for your glasses to be
specially ground pleaso call early Those
who are uofortunato and unablo to pay
will receive tho samo attention without
charge. Consultation and examination
for glasses free. Will be glad to furnish
you Kansas City and Dodgo City refer
enccs at office.
A Dlspnted Question.
many apples did Adam
Some say Evo 8 and Adam 2 a to-
tal of 19 only.
Now wo figure the thing ont far differ-
ently. Eve 8 and Adnm 8 also-total 16.
We think the nbove figures are entire-
ly wrong. If Eve 8 and Adam 82 cer-
tainly the total will be 90.'
Scientific men however on tho theory
that the antcdiluviins wero a raco of
giants reason something liko thii; Eve
81 and Adam 81 a total of 1G2.
Wrong again. What would be clearer
than if Evo 81 and Adam 812 the total
I believe the .following to bo the true
solution: jJvo H14 Adam and Adam
8124 Eve 8938.
Still another solution is as follows: If
Evo 814 Adam nnd Adam 8142 oblige
Eve total 8956. University Umpire.
Tbe foregoiog aro tho figures given
by various paragraphers and they show
that they are not posted on tho matter
at all. Tho plain facts in the caso are
as follows: Eve 8142 6eo whether the
Serpent told tho truth or not; sho then
8112 show Adnm that it wouldn't kill
her right off 42 cat 1 then Adam
81242 show Eve that ho was willing to
cat 124 her as she had eaten 142 show
him that 1 wouldn't hurt her. Total
97836. So you see that apple business
was no small affair after all.
Pursuant to call the teachers held a meet-
log at the sccbool house in Beaver on Satur-
day Oct. 23d and transacted tbe following
business; Dyke Uallinger was elected chair-
man. An association wis organized for the
purposo of reviewing the following branches:
Physics Dook-Keepiug Phyntolegy Gram-
mar and Composition U. 8. History Math-
ematics and Constitution.
It was decided to bold two meetings each
month on lb second and fourth Saturdnyg.
Only four ef the above named branches will
be discussed at each meeting.
Tbe following Instructors were elected for
tbe first month:
0. C. Bentley Pbyslca. Time 1 bour
Noah Oaves Pedagogy. Time 30 minutes
Grace Munsell Physiology. Time 30 min.
Maude Thomas U. S. History SO min.
Wm. Quinn Civil Qevernm't. " 30 min.
Ada Weir Grammar and Com. " 30 min
B. F. Brown Book-Keeping. " 30 min.
Dyke Ballinger Arilbmelio. " 30 miu.
It was decided to bold tbe first meeting on
Saturday Nov 13 and tbe following lessons
have been assigned for tald date:
Fhllostpby Definitions and Semitology.
Physiology Skeleton muscles and skin
Arithmetic Compound Numbers Longi-
tude and Time.
Tbe ether four subjects will be takeu up
for tbe fourth Saturday and tbe assignment
of lessons will appear later.
It is hoped that alt teachers within reach
will join us in Ibis work. Other matters of
Importance will be taken up later on
Dtkb Balusobb Chairman.
F. H. ANDERSON
GENERAL BLACK SMITHING.
All work guaranteed or money refunded
Horttiho'ng a Specialty.
Your Patronage Solicited
First door south of Court house
Royal wkii the f sod par.
wholesome aa4 delicious.
Kom sakim rowel co tw vo.
Picked Up ll'hllo
of ft W
Making a cloan breast
a shirt bosom.
Beware of two-faced people they mako
a gicat deal of trouble in this world.
Property is like snow; If it fallcth
lovel to-day it will bo blowS into drifts
When a man has no occasion to bor-
row be finds numbers of people willing
to lend bim
God grants liberty only to those who
love it aud are always ready to guard
and defend it. Daniel Webster. i
Don't nso a goad but mend tho road.
There's no situation in life so bad that
it cannot be mended.
A christian isn't much of a christian
unless he's a christian when there is no-
body watching him
Two bicyclers wero Meeting one an-
other and one cried out: '.'Take care
I'm a bcginnerl" "Lord help us" cried
tho other "so am I."
JOTICES FOR PUBLICATION.
I.and Omcx at Woodward O. T.
September S3 1887.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe follnwlnc
nnmed settler ha Hied notice nf his Inten-
tion to ronLrt final proof In support ol his
claim and Unit snld proof will be
mado before Carter Tracy Jadgo of tho Iro-
bato Cnrt In bdJ for Denver county Okla-
homa Territory find In caso nf bio abseno
before V. C. Tracy Clerk of Wild conn at
Braver O. T.. nn Novnrober M7 via:
Frank K. Gilbert II E. Sn S. for tbe
west half of the northeast qnorter and the
west half of henoutlieofct quarter of si-ctlon
No. Hi township 3 north te.DK 22 It. ('. M
lie names thu following wltnestfe to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said In ml vir:
Ira B. Wilson of llothwcll O. T. David
N Overton or Heaver. O. T. John IJle and
William Woolcry.of llothwell O. T.
X. D. HKAl.v Kcglster.
1st pub Sept. . '07.
Land Office at Woodward Okua. (
BeptemberM 1SK7. J
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named tetlter ban tiled notice of her lntent'on
tomakennnl proor In support of her claim
tnd that said proof will be made bofore the
ItegUtfr and receiver of tbe U. 8. Land Omce
at woodward Oklahoma Territory on Nov-
ember 13. 1SU7 vizi
Nellie M. ilcllnrg widow of Thomnn H.
McIIarg drceaied It. K. Nn. 393 fer the
aontheait quarter or section 18 towniblp I
north rnne 21 K. C. M
Bho names tho following wltncsae to prove
her continuous resilience upon and cultiva-
tion of laid land viz:
Dnvld Miller of Heaver O. T. Robert B.
Hunter of Woodtt ard. O. T.; N A. l'eckham
and Aniel Groves or Heaver O. T.
F. 1). IIkaly Reglitcr.
La-xdOkucf. at Woodward Ok.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim
nnd that said proof will be made before Carter
Tracy Jndge of tho I'robato Court. In and fir
Heaver county Okla.Ter. and In case of his
absence then before F. C. 'Iricr clerk of laid
court at Heaver Okla on Nov 77. ItOT viz:
Lawrence McCnbe It. K. Nou 13& fur the
south half or tho northeast quarter nnd the
noriti hair of the southeast quarter o section
24 township 4 narth range l K C. M.
tie namis the folloulng witnesses to prove
his continuous Teildonce upon andcnltlvutlon
of said land viz:
L. M. Larson John II. Thomas Noah Lane
and David Miller all ofHexvrr 0. T.
K. I). IlKAbr Itegister.
First pub. Oct. 21 iB97.
Land Offick at Woodwaud O. T. I
Oct. 81 1697 (
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
nnmed settler hai filed n tlceof herUtentlon
to nmkfl final proof In support of her clulm
and that said proof will be tnnde Iwlorw tiio
HegUter and Receiver of the U H. Land Otllca
at Woodward Oklahoma Territory rn the
4th day of December tbl7 vlzs
Adelia Kird widow nf Lyman Ford de-
ceased II. K No. iM for the couthwest qnar-
trr of seel ton No. &" township No. 1 north
rango No. 27 K. C. M. '
8he names tbe billowing wlfridxtes Jo prove
her continuous retJdence upoti and cultivation
of said land vlx: ..
II. 1". Bt-vcns Denver Jlnrdesty and Amy
A. Cox ail of Ivanboe OI T. and Frank
Wealworth of Venice. O. T. -
r DllEI. Register.
CON SOLI DATED .
Laxd OKricE at WoodwUbd. OXLA.
Octal r Erth iBU7.
Notice Is hereby given that .the following-
named settlers have filed notice of their Inten-
tion to make final proof in support of their
claims and that aaldpronf will bo made belore
Carter Tracy. Judge of tbe probate cou it in
and for Heaver county O. T. and in case of
hi absence then before F C. Trscy clerk of
Bid court at Heaver O. T. on December II
1887 Vis: '
Benjamin F. McPherson II E. Nat. 67 for
the a ntheast quarter of aeitloil IS township
li north rang aj K C M.
witnesses for McPherson: Btonewall J.
Cole mid Harry Drake uf Knejewnod Kan-
sas) Thomas -I. Judy or Itiverslde. Oklu.
and Charles W. Hugbee of Heaver Okla.
Stonewall J Cole. II K No. 106 for the
northeast quar'er of section IS township 6
uerth. range 28 E C M.
Witm-sies for Cole; Benjamin F. McPher-
son and n F. Hath of Englewood K&niax;
Thomas t. Judy of Riverside Okla.) aad
Charles W. Hugbee or Heaver Okie.
John it. Hateman. II RNo.S9l. Excess Re-
ceipt No. 41 for the east half ef the southeast
qusrier of section 21 township (I north range
20 BOM and lot i and southeast quarter of
southwest quart r or section II township 0
north range 27 KOM.
Witnesses for Hatrman; Clando'lt. Illancli-
ard. of Heaver Okla 1 Frank3 Lons and Au.
KUstuiO Hcberts. of Coin. Okla t 'J nomas
Johnson of Nye Okla. '"
v. 1). ileAJJr KegUter
First pub. Nov. 4 U7.
.NO TICK Liquor License.
Notico Ir hereby given that J. W Fox has
filed his petition for License to sell mat
vinous and spirituous liquors at retail in tbe
vlllatfe of Heaver county fUeavr anti ter-
ritory of Oklahoma and thali unless remon-
strance be filed In this office fn r before tho
j5th day of November I8W ald Ueeusa will
Given under ray band knd cfiklal seal this
s'tli day of October xlfl
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1897.
ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
Tim Kock Island la foromoU In adopting
any plan calculated lo Improve speed and give
Unit luxury unfety and comfort that the pop-
ular patronage demands.
Us equipment Is thoroughly somplcto with
Best Dining Car Service
In The World
Pullman ftlee pen Chair Cara all tho mast
elegant and of recently Improved patterns.
First Class Equipment and
First Class Service Qion
For full particulars ns to Tickets Maps
Rates apply to any Coupon Ticket Agent In
tho UnlU-d Btatci Canada or Mexico or
John Sebastian G. P.A.
Facts About Klomlrkn
merits of respective routes what to take
for comfort and for work; doflnition of
ruining terms; description of various
methods of operation; mining law cto.
may b-3 faund in book just issued by the
tianla Fe Kouto.
The largest and most complete
stock ef i
j ever brought to Beaver
Z Pnilnlv 1M.1 .(Ant .
W carefully selected lo meet p
if the demands of Western fi
K3 trade !
v? . V
j patent Weicne
! And everything usually kept in a first-
g class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in-
S to your head that because my store is not
located .in a railroad
. wu iwu.
Give me a call.
Dr. J. R. LINLEY
El Beaver Okla.
a 4MiiiusmaaMmiMm4MatMif '. .!
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R paints .nri nn
" m v aavs v..V.
In this windy country it la necessary
to paint J. building In erder to pre-
serve It. 1 have n large assortment
suitable fer all kinds ef work.
M. J. TAGGART
Carries Ibe best assortment of furniture to be found In tbe Southwest
erytbiog new aud stylish. Tbe very best value for your money. Also
Sr 0I" snsJ Queenswore Tinware Notions Jawelry Canrilea 5
fc And countless other artloles of merchandise. Five aud Ten Cent counters in jjjgr
connection. I am hero to slay want your trade and cannot afford lo misrepre- -4
sent anything. If you want anything in my line and haven't time lo come send 3
fc: in your order and it will bo rromplly and carefully filled. 13
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MEADE KANSAS. 3
C. E. DOYLE
Flour and FsaaJ Hats Cops Boots and Shoas
Gallup Saddles kept in slock. Wo are headquarters for ranch sup
plica of all kinds. Beaver countj pattonae solicited.
N Mtawas. Tlntarsiraa. Was.
on Woodwork ate.
H Ti-.i Sheat Iran and Copper
R Wsrtt a Saaclalty.
Free tuition. We give one or more free schol-
arships In evtry county In the U. 8. Write us.
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Hie most . thorourh frattical and frarran've
schools of the kind In the world nnd the test
(alromtti ones in the South. Indo raed by bank
crv merchants ministers nnd others. Four
weeks In tiookkeepirg with Its are equal to
twelve weeks by the old plitu J. v. Dranghon
President Is author of Uranghon'a New Bjstem
of uooUiicping "Double Untry Made lUsy."
Mem atuily. We havo prepared for home
study book on bookkeeping pcnmanthlp and
shorthand. Write for price Ilt "Home Mtidy."
Bxtract. 'Troj. DnADOiiof-I learned book-
keeplwtnt home from your looks while holding
n poiltlou as night telegraph operator." C lC
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
Filing Final Proof and Conl-t Teati
mony takon beforo tua as
Boaver - - Oklahoma
Attorney at Lw.
Will practico in all the Courts.
Attorney at Law
Bpeclal attention given to the drawing
Office on Dougla Avenue.
Bearer Oklahoma '
Attorneys at Ti.AW.
Will practice In all the conn i of the Coaaty
f R. LtNLEY. M D.
Ul Eclectic Physioiaw
8CROEON Jlg OBSTETRIOUir;
Calls promptly attended eulier day or nlh
k For ibe flotii
n mmmHvvmmsg Wi &
1ND CIGARS 1
I H?RB'S PLACE I
)h J.X09099 1 eeeea ' itl
II. E. CRAId Prep. .
BOOT & SHOEMAKER
Manufacturer of Ladles aud Geata fin
Hoots & Bhoes
Repairing a Specialty
Give Me a Call.
Beaver . . . Ollahoma.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Beaver Lodje 5e. 7 lioHa Its
regular meeting every FrMay
evening. All visiting bretarea
are corJIallr weleoned.
J. C. WlllUmsoo C. C.
J. O. Hodge K. of R. and 8.
R. K. PERRY Mcaato Kaa.
TS connee tevl (n one or both Mrs. Ear
mtk-enrvri nedrrslope In blh rata.
Kange on th4 Iltaver aad Clrasrrju rlvtrs.
Crosa fl on left fide and hip. Ear niarts.
crou aid undi isim la't .r and undtti.lt
right r. lUirgeou U. aver aud Uiuarrou
CS- 1 will pav aooo revrold for Infimuatlon
ihJt will eonvlct any partver parlies ni kill-
lug or stealing an raltla ia lti aboveurai.ds.
J. W. McGOOJj Jitver(det Okla
Cattle brand CX on
l.rnda. II U on left
m0ttmmrtn jJCtf yatfTaaaiaaTalai'
side undhip. Car
u.urks nup the- right
under split tha left.
11 use braud U on
left sn niaer.
XI p'e on Heaver
A great ' hh- ' - ii i
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Drummond, W. I. & Drummond, I. S. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 4, 1897, newspaper, November 4, 1897; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68180/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.