Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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Is too Fine
most of It Is lintvailats. Dtitt't
Injuie your uyes attempting in
rend it Wo mil make It 90
much easier for jou with n
pair of spectacles. Wo Iimto
no poor Rlasscs our ro.ninon
ones are kdoi! ('Usres In cnm
won fannies In fuel thu
only thluK cheap nbotit them
Is the price which .Is nbuut
onu-hiilf the usual prices.
CALL AND SCU.
hUsb Aft I III I I
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F. C TK-A-CTST
Mfek. ma iH
Books Stationery Wall Paper
Paints Okie Glass Putty otc.
Everything usually kept In a First Clues Drug Store.
Prescriptions quickly anil accurately compounded.
riniLiaiiRD Krnnv Thursday.
Oillclal County Papor.
W. I. IlUUMMOXl) Publisher.
F. S. mill Y. 1. MtUMSIOM) r.ilKorR.
Entered at postollice nl llenver 0. T. as
second oIhss waller April 1'j 189.1.
rniis - - - H co i'i:u yi:au.
AnKiiTllNO hatks made known on application.
3 Tbe lamest nnd most complete g-j
-i.-i. . r -
ever brought to Heaver
tiUUIIIV J U19 RIUVK VTU9 Ml
carefully selected 10 meet PJ
tho demand of Western fi
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-.1 J irvfliuif .v iill. flil lb fci
ci sj uiiutriuui uy rauioua w
xji K jiotWs. U
j. n. lhiley
Of Local Interest.
Saturday Is tho last day In which to
pay one-half of your 1807 tnxes
Mr. William Hughes and Miss Hoxio
Gaiiicl were united in tnarrtago at Our-
rutt recently. Tho llernlil congratu-
lates. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Q. V. Crahtrco. of Oarratt. on Nov. 80.
Mrs. Huffman and two children re-
turned to their hone iu Illinois lust
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laugh1-
rin accompanied them as far as Mcado.
Franz Drummond'a youngest child Tvns
very sick for a fow days und It was
feared shu had scarlet fever but it
proved a false alarm and the llttlo girl
Is rapidly recovering.
lllnchlog is getting to he quite de-
structive to cuttlo in the central part of
the county The losses lately roportcd
arc: Chas. I'lyuiell 1)0 head John Sy
tnomls 7 hend It. F. Freeman .1 head
nnd Jack Todd 1 head
Ti-cclicrs' Lxamlii .lion.
An examination of applicants for
tcachuM' certificates will ha held at the J
County Superintendent office on trl
day nnd Saturday Jan. 23 nnd 29 1-501.
Noah lHvr.s Co. Snpt.
The great American bird of freedom is
getting (iiilto numerous in the craggy
canyons and rough ground southeast of
of Clear creek. They are doing no par-
ticular lirrm ns yet living principally
upon rabbits .nl other r until nnimxls
only occasionally picking up n lamb or a
chicken but tome ol J'eni are large
enough to do considerable damage. He-
cently M. K Meador while buutliij cat-
tle noticed a largo caglu on tho grouiid
and as ha rode along he noticed that tho
bird was not very wild and ruling up
ns close as he dared Mr. Meador made a
sudden dash and roped tho over-bold
emblem of Independence beforu it could
rlso to any height. Frank Itrowu kept
it for several days but It died in captivi-
ty ll had a spread of wings of nearly
eight foot nnd measured four feet from
its beak to the end of the tail. Tho eagle
cannot rise directly from the ground like
most birds but must flap awkwardly
along for n coHsidarablo distance before
attaining stifUciunt height to employ his
wrjestic sailing qualities.
Tho l'crry Democrat pays: "Heaver
as everybody knows is 7f miles from a
railroad." Wo didn't know it.
SI'HOOL LAND UDI'KIITS.
i DRUGS STATI
And everything usually kept in a first- 3:
class Drug. Store. Don't get the idea in-
; to your head that because my store is not
$ located in a railroad town it is not up to H
I GLASSWARE ana S
& rrTivi7ATe w a t u f$
V -i U JUJU1 U TT JVJIVi. m
date in every respect.
Give me a call.
Dk. J. R. LINLEY
B.eaver Okla. g
Vo ivish to gently remind those who
promised to bring us fuel on subscrip-
tion that unless said fuel is brought In
before spring vu dwn'l want It. If you
can't bring it soon don't bring It at all.
We forgot to mention In last wcek'i
issuo that there was scarlet fever in Lib
eral but there Is several cases of it and
thongh every pusalblo mcnBUro has been
taken to keep the dreaded dlscaso from
spreading It U ndvisablo to take no
unnecessary chances on carrying it into
your community or home.
Wo guarantee agent In every county
who will work U hours dally 1J0O.OO per
week intioduclng Iustnntaneous Color-
In? Process. Nothing like It oilcrcd bo-
fore. Showing It sells It. Over 1200 per
cent pro lit. Investigation pays. Ad
dress Immediately for territory desired
B. Valt Poland. Co. 103 let Guthrie
Ok. is nn abbreviation at Oklahoma.
O K. is tho beta ranch supply store In
southwestern Kansas. Ok. has lots of
ranches Q. K. sells lots of goods to
The fellow who crossed his bees with
lightning bugs so they could work nights
was thought to linvo reached tho nemo of
perfection A French scientist has nioro
than called tho turn. IIu has grafted
tomatoes on potatoes and raises the for-
mer in tho grcuud and the latter above.
Sing a song of greenbacks a pocket
lull dough four and twenty ycurlingtf
sold uincty mora to go; when tho ensh is
gathered then tho debts wiped out
wasn't ho a hsppy man to sing whoop
and shout? His wife was in Chicago buy-
ititr satins dear; his sou was in tho college
learning every year; the old maid was out
doom taking an evening ride when along
camo a 'cowboy and look tier for liU
bride. And there was a lint timu in
iho old town that night. Ilardcsty
We're got all kinds nnd
PAirfTS and OILS.
In this windy country It Is nrceary
to paint a liiiililing In nrilor to pro-
ef rto it. I lime u larre assortment
suitable for nil kind; of pork.
Ciii fit you oi't tr'ili any
tiling you nnnl in this Hue.
Ilftvu neither lime nor urines
X In mil vim nil lull Ctl
..-. " " ... . ..... .;
Lr Coma and Seol (i
All Goods (lUttrantntl jirtl-
Clau in every rttptct JVi old
ttale gooih everything fresh
jxii'd fur prodttcf of all kind.
J'riccs guaiiuittcd at low u
the luieett on mime grade of
gtmdt. Your patronage re-
tptct fully solicited.
J. C. HOB G E.
HOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
Tho Itouk Islnnil In furomo-it l;i ailojitlm;
any luu oiilciilnti-l to ImprovH sucU nii.l gle
tliul luxury culcty ntut comfort tliitt lliv pop-
ulnr pRtronaso ilcmunlt
IU riiilpini lit la tliomuglily vomplito with
Best Dining Car Sorvlce
In Tho World
l'lillmnti Meeprrii Clmlr Cars nil tho most
xlt-Kniii niul iifrecintiy liupruvnt patterm.
Ita pet'luUlfi nro
First Class Equipment and
First Class Service Gi.'en.
for roll putknlarn tit to Tlcketk Maps
ItatoH Mpply to nnyConpou Ticket Atont In
Hie tiiitieit Hlnles Canada or Mexico or
John Sebastian G. P.A.
About n month agu a couplo of little
girls found a pocket book In tlte street
and left It at this olllce Instructing us to
advertise it which wu puuulsed to do
but forgot It. Tho4othcr day wo discov-
ered it in 11 drawer where it had bcou
put for oafo keeping and wo will now
ptocecd to mtvcrliso it. Owuer can have
siiaio if be OJ she will Identify property
and set 'cm up to tho girls.
1 J. Hlrdsall the genial Custer iner
chant claims to bo the champion furmr
of llcaver county. Ha tells about a
tlold of sowed cauo he raised lust year
which was "just as thick as it could pos
sihly stand nud so tall tbnt a tall man
walking through it could barely limch
tho tups of thu stalks with n corn knlfo."
Hlrdsall doesn't say whether the tall
man had to point the knife up or down
to reach tho top of the stalks.
Tho O. K. Mercantile Company nt
Liborul handle tho best grades of Hour
feed moats groceries of all kinds dry
goods etc. If you waut to lay in a win-
ter's supply of overfilling you can't do
belter than to call on the O. K.
Weekly Inter Ocean!
g L1RGEST CIRGUL&TION OF AHY POLITICAL PAPER IH THE IEST
It b radically Republican advocating
S the cardinal doctrines of that party
with acuity and timcKMssJjJ&
oMBut it can always be rtlitd on"
for fair And honest reports cf all po- h
Utical movtmentiJ j0o JtjjjJ
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
THE HEW3AMD 3F.8TCURRENTLSTERATURE
It Is Morally Clean nail as a Fcmily Paper Is Without a Peer.
Tho Lltcrutuve ot its columns h
equal to tlict ot the best maga-
zines. It Is Interesting to the chil-
dren. wcllcs the parents.
o jL I
US r. a
'"P'HE INTER OCEAN Is a WESTERN NEwTPAPER
9 end while It brings t- the family THE NEWS OF
THE WORLD and elves Its readers the test and ablui
discussions cf all qurtt!ons of the da it Is in full sympathy
with the ideas and aspirations of Wcitcrn reople and
J A) Mathows nud M Kosher two
prosperous oast cud stork raisers wero
business visitors Mouilay. Mr Foshci
told of somo largo moious which one of
his neighbors raised last year which
weighed In the neighborhood of 100
pounds each lie called on Air. Miith-
uws to verify his statemeut but that
g(!tulcnif.u was cxamiulug something
about our olllce stove ami didu't hear.
Mr Kosher said he hnulvd a loud from
his neighbor's patch to Knglcwood that
averaged f0 or 75 pounds but llioy
elicited no surprlso there. He didn't
explain bow he came to be hauling mcN
nns from his neighbor's patch to Knglc-
wood but we stipposu It was nil right.
Mr. Mathows says that black leg is mak-
ing Its appearance in his neighborhood
diictuses literature and politics from tbi Wcitf w standpcint.ot.
$I.00-Pn'8 OHEJDOLLflRPER YEAn-$i.OO gaJtaS
T2E BAK.T IrtSPiroTYMtTIOTlS OF TCE M BJ S H
lKtZZ 0CKA3 ARE BEST 01' THEIR KlliO. IS H
JHcuof.T)atlT Iy mull $1.00 per year Qn a JJj
mM J ba iiwi wi nuniiNT uy mill . mi.m 9'uii jiarjrar m vf JUL m
S Tl Q I) lly una Sr.udcy by moll. . . .... Sjfl.OO per yrr 5 TT J
During tho meeting of the county
commissioners last week tho (piestloN of
refuiidiug the amount ot tho illegal 1S93
taxes iHid ic by it number of parties was
dlacufied. Many taxpujers paid In their
1S05 tuxes. 75 per rent raUe and all be-
fore the injunction was granted restrain-
ing tbo collection of the ralso. Others
paid less thu 75 per ctnt raise and with
a view of equalizing the burdens of tax-
ation for thitt year the commissioners
are unaulmously of tho opinion that a
special levy should be mado next July
for tho purpose nf retuudlng to these
parties tbe excess tax as far as thu levies
for county purposes nro concerned. Tho
commissioners have no power to refund
township territorial and school district
itcess tax and the only way to recover
that portion will be to sue tho different
school districts and townships. Tim
commissioners have taken ho action iu
this matter as'yet. but only stated what
they would bo willing to do aud what
they thought bhould bo done.
1 8. Thu couuty does not pay tho
priuter anything for ibo nbovo. It goes
Iu as an Item of news but it's authentic
just tho sniuo.
This is positively thu last notice to
those owing mo to call and settle. I rut
I needles money badly and must iiavk
it. A. N Craxukb.
It's nothing to the Herald: A
prominent stockman in tho west end
writes that ho thinks tho IIeuald is a
little hard on tho "poor devils" who
have to pay lease money on all the school
land. Ho tclcrs to an article which ap
pcared 6cverul weeks ago in regard to
tiio law passed by the lust territorial leg-
islature compelling stockmun using
school land to pay for same. The. II Kit-
A 1. 1) only did its duty as a newspaper in
regard to tho matter as it tries to do
always. We know that tho law had
been passed and knew that it was not
being enforced. Hearing considerable
inquiry in regard to the matter wo
rtrolo to tho attorney general to find out
whether or not it would bo enforced
and published his reply as wo thought
it would bo news to those interested. In
view of tho vigor which the attorney gen-
eral had up to that tioic been performing
his duties tve thought that tho best way
would bo to pay tho leaso monsy before
wailing to bo interviewed by Mr. Cun-
ningham on tho subject; but from the
way things havo turned out wo aro in
clined to think that may bo no wero mis-
taken. Tho attornov general was coins
to prooeed "very bhorlly" against all
persons who wero using school land not
.having leased tho satno. Hut ho hasn't
proceeded yet and maybe ho won't. In-
dications aro that tho territorial officials
haven't found out yet that there U such
a placo as Heaver county excepting
probably the governor. Maybo the lease
money won't bo exacted. Wo repent
that it 13 nothing personally to tho II Kit-
Al.D it usosno school land not havim
leased the same and is not directly in-
terested in tio school fund. Wo only
gave the news
Somo Los mis of Life.
From tlie l'lillodelplila 1'rrt.a.
The coward is the most friendless of
The past of a man's life never dies; it
Only he who owes no debt cau be at
penco with all men.
Thore aro time) when tho one Is wisest
who knows the least.
Moral courago Is tbo surest key to tho
heart of a pure woman
Xo man ever ccuqnercd who began a
struggle will! his eyes shut.
There is always sunshine on tho other
side of every cloud.
Genuine extravagance is appreciated
only by tho very poor.
Life is a tragedy or a comedy accords
lag to one's own interpretation.
Failure nuver leads to popularity. The
royal path to popularity is success.
It Is a clever man who can obtain in-
formation without asking questions.
When Ht is absolutely necessary to
striku 11 blow it is a Mistake to strike
Somo men aro so eager to get ahead
that they forget to start on tho light
A man may be clevor without being
wise aud wise without belug clever.
Few men aro both clever and wise.
Treat every man as a gentlempn and
you will bo treated as one yourself. Act
as if you thought other men were curs
and some day you will bo treated like a
y low dog.
ScmlAiinunl Distribution to Take rir.ee
From thoOutlirle l.eadfr
Tho semi-annual ditribution of the
territorial sellout land dtficc which will
Uko place on the 30lh of this month
will place in tho bunds of tho local school
officers of tho territory for tho nrain-
tainance of tho schools during tho next
six months a sum in excess of 8100000
making over $1.13 per capita to tho
88000 school children of Oklahoma.
With such an income already assured
nd a steady growth sure to follow the
future of ib" schools of Oklahoma is in-
deed bright and encouraging.
The work of tho past six tuontliB has
been much tho heaviest over transacted
in tho offico and tho efficient and expe-
ditious way in which it has been han-
dled proves conclusively that Governor
Ilarncs made no iniitaku when he select-
ed Charles II. Filson for school land
commissioner. Cordial and obliging to
all methodical nnd economical in con-
ducting the affairs of tho office ho has
protected the rights of the occupants of
the land and at the sanift time looked
wtll after tho interest of the school fund.
While tho total receipts of the school
land department from thu organization of
tho territory up to tbo inauguration of
Governor Barnes last May including all
funds wero S385GI2G1 tho receipts
from that date (May 2C 1897) to De-
cember 31 1807 n period of a little
over six months wero $M8fGl 97.
(A table given shows that S10586199
of this amount was for the common
Tho total net receipts of tho office
from May 2G 1897 to tho first of tho
now year wero 8141091.03 divided
among the different funds us shown in
tho tabulated statement of receipts. Of
this amount $5403.40 of common school
fund S2.00S.31 of collego fund and
81.322.C9 of buildiog fund has been
paid over to tho treasurer leaving in the
hands of tho land school board $95-
22G.13 of common school funds 817-
309.40 of college funds and 819202 of
publio building fundf of which the
amounts to the credit nf the public
school fuund and the college fund will
bo turned over to tho territorial treas-
urer for distribution on January 30.
Tho school Inr.d office from a very
sma'l beginning eight years ago has
grown to bo tho largest and most impor-
tuut business department of the territo-
rial government having control of
10300 quarter sections of land and tho
records show tho names of over 5.000
lessees and in addition to looking after
the collection of rental appraisement and
transfer of lands and a corr&'poudenco
of over 200 letters .1 day the offico forca
has sioce tho inauguration of Governor
Barnes made out and recorded 1500
leases G50 of which aro for lands here-
tofore vacaut but which now mako a
handsome addition to the receipts nf tho
offico now aggregating about 8135000
per annum for tho support of tho com-
mon schools of the territory.
akca th lood para
wholesome und dtllcioaa.l
ROYAL MUM FOffDtlt CO. KIW YOftK.
OFFICIAL DIREC 1 OR Y
Governor C. M. Barnes
Secretary Wm. Jenkins.
Attorney Geneial. . Harper S. Cunningham
Aesistant Attorney General.... Roy Hoffman.
U. 3. Marshall .' Patrick Nftgle
U. S. Attorney Caleb It. llrooka
Chief Justice Frank Dil
fA. U. C. Uterer.
I J no. C. Tarsney.
' j H. W. So
(.J. L. Mc
Probate Judgo Carter Trsc7
Clerk Frani 8. Drumroond
3heriu". II. J. Ileas
Treasurer J. C. Wllliamsen
Attorney It II. Loofbourrow
Register of Deeds Franz S. Drummond
Supt. of Schools.. Noah Daves
Surreyor G. M. Gardner
croner N. A. Ftckhani
J. T. Dunlap
To Meade Kansas dally Leaves Beaver
at 8:00 a. m. Arrives 3:30 p. m. Carries
mull passengers express and light freight.
To Englewood Kansas .daily Leaves
Beaver and Koglewood .ri:30 a. m. Arrives
Heaver and Englewood 8:00 p. m. Mall
passengers and express.
To Hardesly Leave Beaver at 0:00 a.
m. Monday and Friday. Arrives at Beaver
7:30 p. m Tuesday and Saturday. Mall.
Elmwood to Beaver Arrives at Beaver at
13 m. Leaves Beaver at 2:00 p. m. Mail
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
riling Final Proof and Conlist Testi-
mony taken before tnu as
Beaver - - Oklahoma
n H LOOFBOURROW
Attorney at Law:
Will practice in all the Courts.
Attorney at Law
Special attention given to the uwlns
omen on Douglft Avenue.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Beaver Lodge No. 7 holds Its
regular raee'ing every Friday
evening. All visiting brethren
are cordially welcomed.
J. G. Williamson C. C.
J. C. Hodge K. of It. and 8.
GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
It. LINLEY. M. D.
Surgeon t?g Obstetrician.
Calls promptly attended either day or nlgli
For the finest
. Beaver O.T
OTtCES FOIl rUIII.IUATlON.
IAnn Orricii atAVoodward Okla.)
Decemu-r SO 1897. J
Notice Is hereby given that tlio following
naincil setller has ille.1 notice of his intention
to makeilnnl proof In .support cf his claim
nnd that celil nroof will be made before J110.
II. liavighorst Dlnrict Clerk or in cast) of
ni I'lisenco ut-iorea. i. ncir uenuiy Dis-
trict Clerk at Heaver. Oklahoma Territory
on rtnruar) n .sis.tiz:
Geoive V. rarktr II. E. No. 437 for tho
mat half of the eouthwts'. quarter nnd the
west half of Ihoaoutheaat quarter of section
IS township fl north raogei'l K. C. M.
lie liMnifs the following witnesses to prove
Ills crmtlmious residence upon and cultivation
of said and via:
Jiimt-s Jt. Qulnn Leonard 11. Ilusted Drxk
It. Kinder and ".VmIi Ilusted all of Denver
V. I). II2ALY lleglster.
First pub. Dee DO iMjJ.
Oklahoma Post No 4
Meets nt the Opera Hall on t(C
ond and fourth Saturday of eaoli
month nt 2 o'clock p. m.
All Visiting comrade are cordia-
lly invited to intend.
McCool J. It. Thomas
Adj't. P. C
BOOT & SHOE MAKER
Manufacturer of Ladles and Oents Ann
Hoots & Shoes
Repairing a Specialty
Give Me a Call.
Ship your Block to the
CHICAGO LJVE STOCK
Kansas City Mo.
151 152 153 Live Stock Exchange
A. T. & S F. R'Y CO.
LOCAL TIMK IA1ILK MAY 30 1897'
East bound. Stations West hound.
4.00 a in.
10. SO a. m
... 700 p.m.
.. .1-2.3.3 p.m.
8.33 a. m.
I.ANII Ol'FICK at WoonwAtiu Ok .
December 21 1857.
Notice Is hereby glveu that the following
nam d settler 1ms died notice of his intention
lo make final proof In supputt or his claim
und that said proof will he made heforn Carter
Trary Judge of tho Probate Court in and for
llemercmiity Okla Ter.andin case of his
absence then before F. C. Tracy clerk ol tald
ccurt at lleaer Okla on Feb 13. 1S9S viz:
Cny I Heevcs 11. K. Ne. KB for the south-
east ipmrur of section 13 township t uorth
range 24 K. O. M
He uamcii tho UillowiiiR witnesses lo crovo
h n continuous reMdmnu upon nnd cultivation
of sitld land vU:
Arthur X Hoimett and AmrsIIIbbs.nf Hen or.
O.T V . 1". Kvaas and John V. McCool of
mvertiuc. u i
V. I).1Ibai.y Heglstcr.
First pub Dec 30 1707.
H.25 p. 111. Vewton
10.00 p. m.( vewton...
11.1.1 p- in..... ....Florence....
H.SOn.m.. .. Kansas City.
Th Santa Fo Iloutii runs Ihe latest im-
proved equipment that is known on its !'
Coupon Tickets sold to all points and Bk-j-gage
Checked to dcatinalion.
Kor routes rates timetable" or any other
Information apply to tho undersigned or to
W.J. lllack Q. I. AT. A.. Topeka. Knnsas.
Vua.SK J. Laukn Agent
F . H. ANDERSON
All work guaranteed or meney refunded.
Horseshoing a Specialty.
your Patronage Solicited
First door south of Court house
n. K. PERRY Msafc Kas.
7.30 a. m.
5.30 a. Ill
415 a. m.
U.ISO p. III.
6.01) p. in.
Tirrltory ef Oklahoma Heaver County. k.
In l'rolinto Court.
In tho matter of the Estate of Henry J.
Notice Is hereby given that O. .1. Mackey.
the AdmlnlstratiT of bald emnte has TiiHKireil
Hiul prc-enied lor final settlement and tiled
in said court Ids final account and report of
Irs administration iih soeh Administrator)
Ana that Monday the 7th day or the March
Term oi sld Conn A. II. 19S nt 10 o'clock
a. in. at tbe Tribal Couit room In Heaver In
aid county has been duly uppointtd by said
Court for the settlement of said accouuts.
Any person interested In said estate may ap-
pear and tlehl. exceptions in writing lo tkn
account and contest tue axinc
In testimony whereof I have here-
unto t et hit h nnd nnd untied the
skal fal or said Court this 31st day of
CaktxkTkacv l'roba'e Judge.
First pub. Jap. S 'OS u 4.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Wtrld'a Pair Highest Award.
Notick ok Contest.
Usitkii Statkh Land Offick
January 8 IkOS.
Complaint having been catered at this ottiee
by Frankilu IC Anders in agHlnsl Martin K
JolliUe f r abandoning It's Iimum can entry
No.7u4 mnde Juno2i. ISirt lor the west half
southeast quurliT and east halt southwest
quarter of section II township 4 north rune
ilwcbt.ln Heavt r county Oklahoma Terrtto-
rv. wlih a lcw to the cancellation ol said en-
try said nnrtt.s ara hereby Kiiminoued to up-
pear bei ro Curler Ttary l'rubate Judg-e in
nn'l for Heaver oou uty Oklahoma at hl ofilce
In Il-nver O. T- i n the luth day nt February
1SUH at 10 o'clock a. iu. to retpond and furnish
taniinouy conrernlng said alleged abandon-
meuu The teatlmonyao taken will bo considered
by Ihe HegWier nnd Iteot-lwr at this olllce on
Iho luth day i-f March IK'S ot 1 . m.
r. 1. HKALY.ltesUur.
First pub aau ll'0S-6
And Ttose Who Contemplate Flanting Trees
Shsuld Send to tho
EVERGREEN NURSERY GO
For Tree Catalogue of
Particularly adapted to planting In the' west.
We have on hand in our nursery a big stock cf
r.VKiiouKKNS and Deciduous tukis tbnt we
hae rrowu with special cure for tho Western
tmdrt Xvervthln that the Fanner or Tre
Tinnier or city resident may need for Winn
JlitKAKa TIMllKK LOTS Or UUNAUENTATIOK
we can furnish from ourex'enslvs nurseries.
Til connected on one rr both hips. Knr
iiihiVs-curved underslnpo In both ears.
Itange on ths Heaver and Cimarron rivers.
Wo pack nil our stock In native grown ihom
condition. Everything true to nauin and first
Hint will keep the roots moist and In spleodid
Bend for our free catalogue and prlco
Evargraan Nursery Company
nirans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Cross 0 on lnft elde and hip Ear marks
crop and nuderslope lett ear and undrrblt
right ear. Hunge on Heaver aud Cimarron
$3- I will pay SSOO reward for infuTmatlnn
that will convict any party or parties ol till-
lug or stealing any cattle In the above br.inds.
H. K. l'KRUY.
J. IP. McCOOL Riverside Ohio-
Cattle brand CX nn
brands. II O on lett
sldo andhlp. liar
marks ciop the right
ander split the left.
llorso brand O on
Jr. J. RHODES Kye Okla.
Cattle branded UJ
en both hips. But
marks over half crop
Tight undlrblt left.
Rlpans Tabules assist dlgsotlon.
Itlpans Tabules: pleasant ltxctl ve.
Hlpons Tabules: one elvea roltet.
Rlpaus Tabules cure torpid liver
rtlpana Tabules: at druggists.
Itlpana Tabules cure Indlgeatlon.
Rlpana Tabules euro ba4 breaUu
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Drummond, W. I. & Drummond, I. S. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1898, newspaper, January 13, 1898; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68188/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.