Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 20, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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The LnrjfMt Circulation
of any Xerrfpajior In West-
V eru Oklahoma.
B1IAVER BEAVER COUNTY OKLAHOMA TERRITORY THURSDAY JULY 20 1899.
"HISTORY: ITS KDUCATI03AI AXI)
l'ror. II. E. riiowiistm ut'llvors nn Able
Adrfrf m t the Presbyterian
Trof II. E. Thompion delivered
an address at the l'tcshjtetian church
Monday evening to a Urgo'aud ap-
preciative audience tho aubject of hi
address being "History: Its Practical
and Educational Values."
The speaker began his aildreis by
picturing a strong healthy boy just
beginning to reason to understand
bis privileges. The boy is anxious
to become u king among mon intel-
lectually. He is not satisfied with
the pleasures of tho present tbouRQ
ther arc profuse Ho would solvo
a mystery by learning secrets of the
past. Not timidly but boldly he
comes demanding the removal of tho
draperies separating past and prosent
trnd impatiently puts them aside.
Fie beholds a paeoraina of varied
e.'snts with increasing interest
No longer hampered by his own pet
ty experiences ho has the experiences
of the wise seer and the" hoary sage
of ages past. Such a boy is an ob-
ject to bo associated with history
study. This picture of a boy was the
speakers fanciful prefiguicment f
The speaker defined history in its
applications to politics to science
philosophy to human naturo as a
whole employing quotations from
emtnent authorities to prove its value
Cicero called it the witness of tho
time the mistress of life Another
ancient styled it a hand maiden of
Providence a priestesB of tiuth a
mother of life. Substantial work
matt be out-growth of roal wants.
Tho lessons of history can not l.e
ignored by the man of influence.
Mail in a general sense is the central
thought of all history.. History re-
Teils the movements and character
of men of cities of nations as in the
scene of tne retreat of tho ton tlinus
and or tha decadence of Spain. How
thes events show tho proper action
to accomplish s.uch scenes.
While facts in tho formation of
history are necessary for itu nccom
plishment they give only thw first
steps not the end. Hiatoiy appeals
to the faculty of comparison. Pacts
appearing simple aje often complex
as the civil war is a fact of history
but one upon which -101011108 have
bven written. Events and characters
ofhistpay require reasoning asTh
study of men's lives. The mind draws'
conclusions. Mere memory study
dots little good Philosophical study
of history demands attention to rela-
tions to criticism and becomes a no-
ble mind exercise and requires as
much reasoning as mathematics.
In mathematics wo deal with cer-
tain data and reach inevitable con-
clusions. There i but on side and
uncertainty is impossible. In history
vre aocumulate data weigh opposing
evidence reconcile contradictory
views at least reach probable con-
elusions. Soundness of judgment
and clearness of perception in seed-
ing premises arc important. Moral
laws are fixed and certain results
follow certain acts.
History study helps in economy as
in study o'f the rise and fall of piop-
rty pf agricultural and manufac-
turd products: In mnongtment of
buHines: we uai aided by past expe
ritni-ra. Unusuil advances in prop-
erty values are euro to be followed
by a leverso
The student should read history
actively not passively. The world
eiists to educate Man should fiee
tlmL hr can live historv ill bis own
person. The purpose of Nature be-
trays itself in our use of history We
coutinually verify faoU of history in
private experiences. Wh must see in
ourselves reasons for facts assuming
th-t like influences produce like ef-
fects. Wo infend to master some
diffiealties and reach some heights as
our predecessors have. All publio
facts should be individualized and
private facts generalized Then his-
tory becomes true The mind cou-
ceutrates its pkajures and the study
Is no longer dull.
It is interesting to note the growth
of historical study of recent years
among the striking characteristics of
nrMcnt intelkctiml activity. History
it inur distinctively a study of Im-
munity limn any other branch of
learning It deal not to much with
lnn i s v "ii'i V.ltli
lifo as with its re'.vtioHs. A limited
knowlcdgo of history is fatal to a
comprehensive knowledge of man-
kind. History caunot liko luatbeniatics
make clear concise demonstrations.
H docs not givo fineness of thought
as study of language does nor have
certainties of exact science. Its valuo
lie largely in securing a disposition to
to search. It I5 a process of separat-
ing certainties from uncertainties of
weighing probabilities of performing
labor forced upon us by affairs of life.
Ho who demands certainties alone
must retire from activities of life and
confine himself to mathematical com
putatioiu. Tho highest attaintneuts
consist in the ability to weigh proba-
bilities and estimate them at the r
value. This is why history improves
the judgment and enables men to
conduct properly business affairs of
communities and states. Tho histori
cal method as used in affairs of every
day life involvins moro or less the
premises fioin which tho business man
draws his conclusions. Conditions
whether those of statesmanship or
industry aud commerce have always
been tho same society moro or less
complicated and indiriduals depend
ent upon each other. The most useful
man keeps just so far m advance of
Thus history is entitled to a high
rank if not tho highest among the
useful studies. It is certainly helpful
to know that the history of civiliza-
tion is a continuous story of develop-
ment an understanding of which
makes relations of cause and effect
appear far more real. Before this
fact artificial distinctions between
different periods and kinds of history
In conclusion Mr. Thompson added
that the eaily history of Beaver coun-
ty is the beginning of the history of
Oklahoma.- 'Then" said he "it be-
hooves ou each uud all to lay well
tho foundation of your lives broad
and deep so that coming generations
will have a record of the acts of their
ancestors of this fair land of the
short grass country."
Monday for millions of Malay boys
and girls in this and futuro genera-
tions. Tho blessings of education
are extended to them by a great gov-
ernment as a duty it owes to them
and to the future of their race- New
Thero.is no indication of troublo
betweon tho United States and Kussia
Secretary Alger denies the report
that he is about to resign from the
A Kansas City mau who attempt-
ed to ride tho goat in tho Modern
Woopmen society received an injury
for which he- sued the society for
SI o.OOO damages.
Reports say that Cervera and his
officers were not acquitted by the
court martial at Madrid but that
thoy were merely released upon. post-
ponement of judgment.
In consequence of the refusal of
Traiisvail officials to register as citi-
zens Americans who do not take an
oath to support the South African
Republic in casn of war the Ameri
cans are threatening to become Brit
ish subjeets to be exempt.
English in the Philippine Schools
Tho free public schools that were
opened in Manila on Monday will
differ in three important respects
from any other schools evor estab-
lished in tho Philippines. In the
first place there is no doubt that the
teachers will be fairly well pid and
thus competent instruction may be
providad. All tho teachers in the
fow schools supported by tho Spanish
government were so miseiably remun-
erated thut mention of the fact has
been mado by nearly every writer on
In the next place these school will
be absolutely unsectarian.
One hour a day will be given here-
after to instruction in tho English
language. What study h better
adapted to develop and quicken the
intelligence oi tho native youth? For
sorao reason the friars were opposed
to the study of Spanish in the schools.
The government decreed that it
should bo studied but no attention
was paid to ihe mandate Instruci
tion in no Western language has been
within reach of anr Filipino child
unless his parents desire to give him
special tuition and could afford thht
The masses of the so-called civil-
ized children in fact hae had no
education except a little reading and
writing nd a smattering of tho cate-
ch'sm itit a. new pra dawned on
Guthr'c Ok. July i5 iSOlt-
Pawnee county is nbout H million
short in its returns and blocking tho
work of the equalization board.
Pawnee has filed what is termed a
"preliminary valuation" giving its en-
tiro assessed property at 1 003775
about two million dollars less than
last year when it was 8303408.
Hardly any of the cattle iu the Osige
nation faavo beou returned ill hp
Pawnee report and this accounts for1
the principal part tho discrepancy. J
Depuoy Auditor McCabe has tried
in vain to get satisfaction from the
Pawnee county clerk. This morning
ho talked with the clerk over the tel-
ephone and was assured that tbe. as-
sessors were at woik in tho Osoge
nation but would be delayed prob-
ably a month. l(y law the board of
equalization must order the levy tho
thitd Monday in July and that is in
two dtys so Pawuec will go on the
list with abaut one-third of what
should be assessed and the total ter-
ritorial valuation will be given at
$39392159 instead of 41 million
dollars as it wouln be if Pawnee's as-
sesors aad completed their work.
Auditor MtCabi sayi that the ouly
thing left tor the boutd is to make
the levy with Pawnee's reort and
take suppementary action when tho
tardy county corrects its valuation.
The law of 1883 provides for delays
by county clerks or by the territorial
auditor making tho board i'f equal-
ization the final bodyito act should
inferior officials fail in their duty.
The valuation as turned in by county
clerks this year and la-t year follow;
Nnns-s of conrtls 1?DS R0!V
jJciTur. . $1121158 ? 12.12621
2 578 SG3
fr ROLLER BEARING ecta6fe ZCpHYR.
' AERM0T0RS. Sl 011MMn
ROLLER-BEARINGS EVERY- li I
Seldom needs oiling. sCjS LASTING. I
no sliding ir '$K8ir 1
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Safo in storms. tife3 AER MOTOR CO .
V im CHOGO
Noble . . .
Roger Mills ..
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Tetal J 10023310 930302150
With Pawnee's valuation corrected
tho toUl will reach more thau 41
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MERS and all early riser.
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noise but immediately fall asleep niraiu. Tu
such tho ordinary alarm dock is but a mur-
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through a period of 0 quarter of an hour.
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The Agricultural College.
The Oklahoma Agricultural and
Mechanical College at Stillwater begins
It? fall term September 9; winter term
January 4 1898. By law this College is
filaccd in direct connection with the pub-
ic schools of the territory receiving
boys or girls well prepared in the com-
mon school branches direct to its Fresh-
man class. It has an excellent prepara-
tory Department for review oi these
studies for entrance to the College or for
teaching. It -has eleven instructors
good buildings a library of nearly 4000
tolumes well equipped laboratories and
large collections of apparatus. There
are no tuition nor incidental feee. Board-
ing can be had at low rates.
The College is liberally endowed bi
the United States. Its work is to teach
English Mathematics and Science as
well ns Agriculture all with special
reference to practical use In life. For
this work its facilities are not surpassed
by any College within easy reach of
Oklahoma joung men and women. It
alms to help all whom it can reach to get
a. thorough and practically useful educa-
tion at the low est possible cost. Its course
Is so arranged that those who can attend
but one year will be much helped. In
special cases students of mature years
may be permitted to select special studies.
The work is well suited for those prepar-
ing for teaching in high schools.
For announcements or special informa-
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Daves, N. F. Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 20, 1899, newspaper, July 20, 1899; Beaver, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc68264/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.