Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 20, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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I'UIH.ISIIV.I) LVKItY TIIUUPDAV.
Official County Papor.
N. F HAVES. Ldllnr mdJ Proprietor.
EntreJ l peitolhce al Heaver (. T. as
second clais n.alltr April 12. ISU.'i.
TKRM3 - - - - "tl 0(1 l'KIt YKAK.
auvkktuino iiaim made kiiuwu on ap-
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lOt'At.TaXKTlDII. Fltlt. I 1SW.
v..ii n.l uiatlons Westbound.
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AIM p. 111
The Mania K.i lloiit iHim Iho latest mi-
. sured equipment Hint In known on IU 1 a-
no.on Hek.it sn to all points. d
jraiM CheckiM to destination.
"A'rmiil-H.nt a timetable. or anv olh.r
inr.irrnatlon apply M llm uiiilrrnlisniMl. or tu
All partlri indublcd to J. H. Linley
ure roijtielnd to net n move on thorn
9 lie mid pay up at oner. Dnu'l tront
thi warning wiili indifference or you
will yi into double
KltllATA IN fOMMlrfSIONKll.S
Tim fnllowin" ru ontreeiioii" of omit-
wliiuli occurred in llm pnlilic.it ion of
cnimiiUkiuticTri proceedings in thi pprr
Sioik brand-: -Hr 0. Hathy rattle-
limiid should ho l)iir over BY iinle.nl of
M. .I.JCunton cattle brand should bo
JO with li.ir underneath instead ol'.I 0.
Hill or J. II. II nviehursi should be
?I5 20 in-tend or 81 20.
In county clerk's report ntnnunt re-
ceived rrom Robert Ilrown should bo
810038 11! Initead of $109118 Hi.
Alio collection or 80180 82 nltoiilcl
bo oa 1838 tax roll and uot on 18151)
tax roll us stilled.
P. 11. Drew was appointed township
trcmurer or Harrinon township nod not
trustee an dinted.
Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome j
HIMIIWMI TTT1 T
ftpvi enwo row co m to.
NEWS OF THE VICINITY
Tliroad 4o spool. V. 0. Trsoy.
M 1) Hubbard olUme was in town
Men's lioei$l.55caili. V. (3. Tracy.
F M Ikeba ol" llenlou wai a Heaver
Indies' stioea 81.W cah. F. O.Tracy.
W M Sawyor of Ashland Kansas
hiiod Ueavcr Monday.
Boys' overalla 50c. F C. Tracy.
Jaraee Ballmer of Hoy waa a visitor
Id Biavcr Inst week.
Wqrkiogiucu'd Shirts -15 cents.
F. 0. Thacv.
Clydo Cuttis of Lockwood wai called
to Uiavtr on lmin last week.
A $1.25 Ovurall lor 85 cents.
F. C. TitAOV.
0 II liunsbeo ol' Liberal Knnsaa
transacted buxincen in town Saturday
Silk puff.tiosuiu Shirts SI 1.00.
P. F. Tract.
N. A. l'eekliam and ob Harry liavo
lone to Woodward cwunty in put up
For boat jaluu and oils o to F 0
County AiKiraay Dyke Hallingcr and
family loft biot wsek lor Guthri to b
j;ono about a week.
If you want 10 hvo nt least 25 per
Mot od khoes co to F. C. Tracy.
Tip Crawmer is enjoying a visit with
bis aidtor who arrived from Ohio last
Gout's luruUhin goodn at Kansas
City prices. F. O. Tract.
David Kile and father nud their fam-
ilies leave this woek for eastern Kansna
for an extended visit.
Ths Hubbard Brother will give a
muncal entcrtaioniont at the l'resby-
ttrian church next Saturday evening
LOST SUIIHKL l'ONY BRAND.
d OD on left thi-h. Will pay liberal
reward for any information at Beaver
l A. Lazzkli..
Dniht Seranton had a narrow escape
from serious injury one day last week.
He was thrown from the seat on his
wowing tuachioo landing in front of the
aicklo. . . .Thomu J. Kdwards died
Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock atbomo on
1'alo Dro of Mountain fcVtr and waa
buried al aoon Wednesday. Hardesty
I will on fhe 25th day of July apply
to the Probate Judge for a temporary
injunction against that part of tho 1S93
taxes eaused by the 84 percent raise.
All parfWs in the 1897 case will be
joined as plaintiffs in this ease and any
others that will notify me al Liberal
C. R. WiuoriT.
MUs May Overstreet will read a pa-
yee on the aubject ''Women as Edu-
cator" at the 1'resbjterian ohurch Fri-
day evening next. A program for the
seiasiou has bteo outliaed as beluw.
Instrumental aolo Miw Frranccs
Vocal solo Mrs Ilod.'e.
Paper Hubbard Brothers.
Soto Miss Dot Herron
At tho Beaver animal auhool meeting
J. V. Thwnpsou was elected director.
The leogth of tho next term of school
wa not doeided upon but was lert to be
determined by tho funds on band for
school puiposei. A two mill levy was
voted for school purposes aud a four
mill levy to pay indebtedness on the
ehool building. IteporU showed that
the tetal amount drawn on the general
fpud daring the year amounted to $301
' ' nll an indebtedmya of $178 97
l.Vhors from tlioNurnnl.
TI1I1 bright and happpy facc of tho
leachrs Monday morning iudicntis that
they had Hpcuo a pleaiant holiday and
were full of energy nnd enthusiasm for
llio work beforo them.
The uttendance has been regular nnd
prompt. Sorry to miis miss Mr" Carr
Minses Ottie Danka and Ilittic Rhodes
ovou a day from the Normpl but sick-
nesa kepy them away.
Muoh interest is being manifested in
the Physical Culture class by tho teach-
ers and others- The citizeni have been
very kind in visiting ua this woek.
On Wodnesday morning llcv. B.igs.
Icy gave n most interesting and instruct-
ive talk on the three-Md nature of the
child and the importauco or developing
all nides ho as to have the perfect man.
Tho Normal will oloeo it a regular work
with nn entertainment on Thursday ovon-
iug. Tho examination will take place
Friday and Saturday July 28 and 29.
Do not forget tho cntertainmcut bn-
day evening of this woek at SiIlO. Miss
Ovcrstreet's paper 'will be tho featuro of
the evening. Good musio has also been
7:30 a m. PhyHiolngy Thompson
S:00a. m. Arilhmolio Thompson
8;00 a. m. I'hynic Ovorstrcct.
8:15 a in. U.S. HistoryTiiompBon
8:15 a. 111. K-jading Spelliug and writ-
9:30 a. m. Physical Culture Ovcr-Rtrciet
10;00 General KxcrciKes
10:10 a. m. Gcosraphy Ovcrstreot
11;00 a. m. Grammur Overstreet
11:45 a. m. Mothods Floyd and
11:15 arm. OnmpositionOverstrpct
2:00 p. m. Book keeping Floyd
2:00 p. 111: Civics Thompson.
Monday. Enrollment by Supt. num
bored 18. Ki-Supt. Dunlnp was a
gumt nnd by invitation made us a very
pleasant speech rcviowing briofly the
eight institutes hold in tho county.
Mr. Neil and tho younger Miss Danks
wero also visitors
Tho dy passed moat pleasantly and
profitably and recitations wero conducted
according to schedule with a few ex
In tho evening we assembled at tho
Presbyterian Church and wero most
kindly and pleasantly entertained by the
citiiens of Beaver by un appropriate
Tuesday. The names of Misses Cora
Wcir and Ida Kinder were added to tho
roil. Kx-Supcnntendent Daves and
Mr. Jcflse Overstreet were visitors.
Recitations wero very interesting
questions and answers so fast that eig-
nals wero given beforo wo were ready.
A Mxmiixr ov tux Institute.
The Beaver cannon 'ball stago line
had a runaway Tuesday evening which
resulted in a badly mashod up wagon
and the messenger coming in on horse-
back. Tho accident happened near Mr.
Black's residenoe and the frightened
team did not stop until they had reaohed
this city. Meade Globo
NEWS IN LETTERS
to i:hk(t o nt.w school huimuno.
Well what is the mailer with nil the
count)! No one to writo the news.
People Rio busy ratchinini; grawhop-
ers which sunn about to luko tho next
crop of clover.
Wc have held our annual school
meeting. Wo am going to have a uow
school house in the ncur luiurc. Good
Our last rain has evidently destroyed
the web worm. If nothing elso inter-
feres there will be a good rrop of cab-
bage. Melon crops are looking fine.
Tip Crawmer is expecting his sister
from Ohio to arrive soon. s
Well let us not be tardy again as it
is imposniblo for our ediior to publish
fresh hows when he has not got it.
Now and Then.
Ruins ure pli-uMliil Miid propeeis lor
crops are fine. Tlid corn crop will bo
K II Kirle went to Ktiglewood this
week nller walcr tanks.
F P Madison and Forest Barnhtirt
went to Tom Judy's ihN week after a
remnant of thu cnttlo which Mr Mdi-
soti bought some time ago.
Mrs A A Cox accompanied by her
nephew Herbert Ford went to Lips-
S B Wells is quite ill at present.
"Darktown ia Out To-NIgrht."
Tborc will be a "Nigger' soci i
given by tho Beayor Coons at tho
Presbyterian church on tho eveninq
ol July 21 1899. They will render
a literary programme and serve
scrumptious refreshments ice cream
nnd cakq 10 cents pink lemonade 5
cents the proceeds to bo donated to
the G. A. R. to help defray the ex-
penses of the coming reunion.
POSITIVELY no "white trash"
admitted except old peoplo aud
-w. .vjfr' v -!
-B STEVENS Kil-LfcS &HV PIS I wis se-
HAVE FOIlMOnE TIM 5 rEHlS UttJt CELKUKATiTJ 1 OH T3LIU STBI. iCCURACT
Mary Ann White
Persimmons Henry Clay
George Washington Pmiih
CLINK AND KIOWA
Items seem scarco since so many
young ladies nio ottending normals.
Mr. Editor your correspondents must
have- beon largely young ladies.
Peoplo in this neighborhood aro get-
ting ready to commonco cutting hay.
Some have already begun.
J. E. Over rounded up last week.
He i9 gathering tho steers he sold to
Frank Walton passed through last
Saturday with u herd oi steers he sold
to T. J. Judy.
J. T. Stanley has his barn all com-
pleted but painting.
Hannah Myria was visiting in the city
of Avis last Sunday.
F. J. Birdsall sold his freight wagou
and team to Chas. Hess.
Ike Luynllyn is going to help Stanley
put up hay this week.
Taft Bros sold 4 head or saddle
horses to 0. E. Doyle two for $10
and two for 15
Bee Lewellyug of Claude Texas
arrived in Clino somo time ago.
Roy E. Counet arrived homo Nix-
by Mo. last week. It was it false
report about his going to Ho married.
F J Leo and family of Englowood
KaiiBas wero gucBts of Mr. Stanley
John Carr was in Clino one day
Roy Mcrherson of Iliggins T31-
.18 was thu guest of Mr. Over one
ovening last week. He is homo on a
short visit with his father B F Mc-
Phorson of Englcwood.
J E Over and wife- and Johnnie
were in Englcwood last week.
"Jumbo Jr." J Over has three
hounds fifteoii months old that can
boat tho hound you mentioned in
any race or at least wo think so.
Finis was not inistakon about the
hail falling as large as hen's eggs.
J E Over put up his windmill Saturday'
Miss FlossieGabbert reniaino d in
Wichita instead returning as was
Mr Editor have you a waste bas-
ket? For fear you have wo will
quit. the Von.vo MAII).
To bo rendered at tho Normal enter-
tainment on Thursday evening July 27
1899 at tho Presbyterian church:
Bong 2 Normal.
Prayer Prof. Thompson.
Welcome Addm; B. Over.
8ong Dot Herron.
Ueeltalioa Som Block.
Recitation Linie Dunlop.
Eay May Weir.
Bceitatloa I.illle 0er.
Musio Male Quartette.
Uicitatlou Ma Kiader
Hlitory Cuban War J. K. Carr.
Duet Maupe and Foy Danke.
riiyaioal Culture Drill.
Cloilug remarks by County Superintendent
IUpans Tabules cure nausea.
JUpano Tabules euro torpid liver.
H pans Tabules euro dyspepsia
r- a T-.b-irT'-lstrf'riwt'on
W W O'Neal has moved en the
Wm. Body of M able Texas was iu
our midst this week
Mr Osborn of Gato was in Custer
Tom Riloy of Clear Crock was on tho
Kiowa lately. Whilo here he bought a
thoroughbred Hereford of Taft Bros.
Pcarle Parker and Mack Boren have
purchased buggies of F J Birdsall.
Elgin Stoddard and family aro visit
iug at Wm Baker's.
T J Judy is in this section buying
Frank Madison sold a herd of cattle
to Wm Tipton. Cows $25 yearlings
$20 and calves $10.
E B Earlo wont to Engleweod re
Charlio Ford and E B Earlo aro rid
ing new Gallup saddles.
Dick Dcbollo is breaking horses for
Calves in this tection are nearly all
F J Birdeall bought a raddle horse
of Ed Banki.
I 1? P Madison is freighting for the
i Custer store
Editor Herald: Ap I thiok it
right you ehuuld heir from Buffalo
once more I send you a few item".
Some one says iu a Kansas City paper
that Beaver county is suffering for rain;
that grass is dying nnd cattle are per
ishing for want of feed in western Okla-
homa. I can speak fortius part if the
county. Grass has been Cno all season
and tho recent rain c.iino in due time.
Grass nevr looked better nor cittlo fin-
er than now. Crop prospects are good.
A R Henderson has beat his record
on crops I his year. Ho has in over a
hundred and twentyfivo acres nf Kaffir
corn. His naphews G and Leonard
Hendcron arc now lieie with a bunch
of Colorado horses for Rale. This is the
second second bunch this season the
first being sold.
Clint and Ed McMains havo leased
the old residence homestead of their
rather. Gilbert has established for
himself a bachelor's rccidoncc thrco
miles north of bis father's place. I
fear if somo gentle maid docs not soon
capture him ho will bo u pronounced
old bachelor. His well known bashful
necs has always Hood between him and
Isaac Stamper is now putting down a
well on the flats soven miles north of 113
to give his cattlo summer pasture.
John Glenn will do tho same a litt'o
later on as he realizes tho value of the
grass on the flats for fattening cattlo.
James McMains recently returned
from eastern Kansas and Oklahoma
whero ho has been visitiug for several
months. Wc ure glud to sco that he is
improving in oealth. He tells us that
this is tho best place ho hns seen since
ho left. The people of this county do
not know how well off they are
until they havo eomdarcd lots with those
living elsewhere which of courso flatters
Miss Kate Wright accomptnied by
Muses Graco and Irene Nichols who
havo just returned from school at Man-
hattan Kansas where tho? remained
for thico years came down for a visit
wilh Mr. Henderson's family who went
with them to thu Frisco. It goes with-
out saying thai wo cujoyed cur outitifi
which embraced somo lovcI features.
Wo wero caught in a big rain about
four miles from home and later teeing
another storm coming wo camped in the
Optima school house all night nnd
reached tho Frisco early the next morn-
ing to find that there had been a big
rain thero tho night before which we
mL-bcd by stayiug at Optima that
place missing both rains. Ui course it
is notuing singular to bo caught in a
rain but we had thu luck to tie caught
agaiu on returning though our crowd
only got damp as we were well piotect-
cd. Wo met the jolly crowd you sent
up from Beaver who united with the
others in entirely forgetting the object
of tho Eourtlr Not a word was men-
tioned about Gcorgo Washington.
Shades of the immortal Washington
look down on us and forgive! The
truth is that if any ono as much as
mentioned the "Father of his Country"
it waj on tho side no one beard it.
Wonder if after tho American heroism
of tho last year there has grown a dis
position to forget those of tho past.
Wo havo been taught to revere. 0
have need to go slow. SainU aro never
caaoniiod until long after death so that
tho torch ol time gives proof of their
deeds I would not detract an iota
from tho fmo of liviug heroes but only
claim that Washington's deeds were
too important to be forgotten "First in
war first in peace first in the hearts of
Recitation Dewey Ilobson Smith
Solo Pauline Pay Brown
Recitation Emma May Black
Solo Thomas Jeffer-on Washington
It ast at SawboDes
Emily Pearl llcoejdew
V ti 1 rr
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WC VirtUc our rTLasjAL'.'A..ji. jL.JSfPgrga-S
....'..;. nf bnvixl. O anil JO incite. Jivent
i .."....i.. l'ficc. J'o.flnaitl $Z.OO with
O-incJi barrel; $7.r9 with .JO-inelt girnt.
Wo make a full UnC f rijlcn ; lriceroti $0.00
f umvard. Every arm we tarn om is - ....
I J. STEVENS AOrarS & TOOL CO
I ;nJSttf"Ctini 1UJ
cmcopun falls mass x
CdlSdllllATMi NOTITR foil ITIII.trATION
l.ANIl OKKK'I. AT oomVAlt!' O. T.
Jul) li UIKI.
Notlee I" liercliv plven Hint tlio following
namoil eitltr linvo lllnl notion or tlirir 1m-
tcntlon to inakellnnl prnol in KiiiKrt tir tlii-lr
claims nuil that said proof will be unite !-
fiiro I'tiartes O. Tnnnehill. Judge or Hie lro-
hat Court In nnd for Heater county O- 1.
at Heaver O.T . " Aimuillfl lWj Wi
ThnniRxJ. Wee-lun II K No !.. IT tile
nortlicn-t iiuarler ol M-ctlmi II towualilp S
unitli rnni;e'J.I K CM
ApdTliemlnre W e-di'ii II. K. No. Hi
tni the southeast quart' r of section II town-
hip 2 north Taupe 'ii K CM
riiny nnine tho IMhmlnp wlln'sseji tnpravo
lliplro'intmuotisre-lduicanpon nnd cnltlvii-
Hoii or said land U-
'lhomiis J. Weed. Thomis C. Cniupliell
Haivey 1). Miller and 'IIipikIciih W. Weeilvn
all or Klniwood.Dkiiilionia IVrtllory
Fliat pub. Maj W
R. LtNLEY. M. 1)
SURUEON AU OllSTETRICIAN.
Cnll promptlv lUteinled elilier day or Bisk
!' ' ' " " '-'
Notice is hereby (tiven that tbo board of
county commissioners of ueavcr county Ok-
lahoma Territory have prepared the follow-
ing estimate of revenue necessary for the
cxpensss of said county for the fisctf year
ending June 30 1000 and the rale of levy
neoessary to raito such estimated revenue
with 25 per cent added thereto far delin
quent taxes viz:
tilth 2.1 per Cent
added fur delin-
County school 1W)..
SlnkiiiK VOUO .
Judgment. . . . -M9
Court . . . iCi
Poor utid Insane . 108
ContliiKont . W.)
Tolul tst'd exp'ae U6J. Total leTy 02 mills.
And that thu Hoard of County Coiimlvslon-
cravrlll meet at thu olllce of the county cifrk.
al Ileavor In r.ld coumy on Friday Jnly 111
lbD9 for tho purpo.e or making thu liy or
tuxoi upou aald ftliiiate at which tluw said'
oitliimto may be reduced but clbnot be
Dated Heaver Oklahoma Jnly It lew.
F. C.Tiiaov County ClorK.
Un-'TMi Htatf.s ivn)rrtCK
.Ttiuo .; lTO.
A sufficient contest stlldivlt havlnp bi-er
filed In this ofllro by Allen I.. Ileddlck con-
testant. Htialnit li"incstnil entry No. 2-!S.
made .May 1 1S3K. for south lrilf ortbc south
..a. ..utirtr f sprtlnn IT nful north half Ol
the northeast quar'er or section 21 township
.1 norlh rnni:e '-'I E iy Mirthor K. Huwir
cniit'stee In wlileli itlwnl eaed that the on-
tryman has tihollv abandoned sa'd tract and
eliangeil liN residence ilirrolroni for mori
than six months sln.'e making eutry nd
next prior tn the lnltla'luii of this content)
Hint sulil Irni't Is not s-ttlcd upon and cultl-
valwl by said enlryiiian n TequlrM by law
and this tliosnld contestant la rend) toproio
at sueli time nnd plnco a n.ay b sot by the
Keglsler ai.u Heciiver lor a iiearniB m sam
ittsci aud he asks lo be nllowed to piove smh
allegMtlont nnd Hint II. K No 21S4 bode-
chircd cniiccled nnd f rfelted to tha United
btalc be the eoiitostniit p.u Inp the expense
of Mull hearltiR. He alb-Ken ntso that the shl
entryinao'K absencB la not duo to his being
employed In tlimirmy. navy or marina iorp
ol tlic'L'nltid Mates In limn of liar Said
parlies aro liorehv nolilled to appear rcspMiu
and oiler evldencu toucliini; HHld a lt'KMtlon nt
Hi o clock a. m. on Anuusl SI Iwi hefort
Chariest) Tnunelilll I'rnhate JihIjtb In nnd
for Heaver count t) T at hli oftle nt licit-
ver o.T and that final ucnrlnsr will bo held
at 1 o'cloek p. in on September 0 Is") liofnTc
tho ltiglster and lteclvcr at Him 1 nlted
htiites Land OilU-e In Woodward Oklahoma
1 1iu said couteatmtt bavlup In a j ropei
nllidnvlt. Uled Junu II ls'i-i set forth facti
u lilr.li ahnw ttmt nfter due diligence rersonal
sen Ice of this notlcn cimnot be made It is
hinby oxdireil and directed that such notice
be pliisi by due and proper publication
V I). 11kal UeglsleT
First pub July. ls'jS
j.i li-utf1. i i--i ' - -' -B-i-i -iJa
DR. J. COBURN
Office at Beaver Hotel. Calls answoreo
day or night.
R. H LOOFB0URROW
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I.cjal basinets of nil kinds attend to pxoinpH;
Attorney at Lar
I hlWr TffADB MARK).
AGENTS WANrr.D-FOIt "TIIK I.IFF.
nnd Achleieineiita of Admiral Dewey "tho
world's crealcst naval hero. Hy Mornt Hl-
elead the Hfe-lnnK friend mill lulrnlrer or tlin
.u.o.n.i. I.lr.1 lti.nkt nnil hpftt bookt OVCr
.MiO panes SXIU Inches; nemly HW papeH lis.IT-
lono illustrations. Only It W. Fnonnous I
demand. HlR comuiiasioiu. uuiiit irec
thaneeof a lltetltne Write quick The Vo-
minion Company Jd Floor Cuiton llldp.
Nollcn Is hereby given that I. It Kinder
has this day Illcil his petition for license to
tell nt letall nialt.aplritous Hiid vinous liquors
ntllcHver henver county Mklnliomit lerrl
lory And If noobjecliei'i Iu the Issuunci of
llciise llierron be madn mid filed In my oillee
before Bnturday tho Mh dav of August 180!)
said pelltlon will lieKianicil
Dated Heaver Oklahoma July 11 !'
F. C.TliACt County Clclk.
NOTICES FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Olllce nt Woodward O T .
Juno ID 1MM
Notice Is hereby itlvcu that tho fillowlni;
named hs Uled notice ol her Intention tu
makeliual r'of ln support of tho ilalm of
William C Hiirnitt minor hair of Henry J.
Harnett deceased mid thai mild prool will
be miule bcloro HeKlstor and Heciiier V S
LandOfflco at Woodward. Oklahoma Terrl-
tnry. on August 1 !! fur the tract Included
In II i:. No. 1'I7 inado by Henry J Harnett
decensed. for ihu northwest quarter of.scctlon
13 tounshlp 3 north raORO 2 1J
She names tun ion iwintr witnesses m F"
ifcr lafprmatlou and f rea Handboolc write to
MUNS & CO SCI BooADWiT. NIW Yonc.
OlUest rmwau for tecurlns pU;nu In Amortca.
Ktit patent takn out by us Is brouitht Mora
tu pubUo by a notloo clrcn freo of charge in toa
LarrestCHnnlstloncf any sclenU?opperloU-t
woriO. hplenJWlr IllustratoJ. Ko lutillljrrr
tnaa sbouli bo vlthoat it. WoklT. rt:t.OO
WiusnEca. JOl liroadvrm-. Saw lurlc CKt
Attorney and Counsellor
Beaver - - Oklahom
Also practico in all matters or l)Mines.
beforo Local or General Land Office.
Special Partucr JOHN S. DUFFIE
Attorney Washington 1). (J.
BY OUTINQ DIHKOT FIIOM 1
' . ROSENBURGER & CO.
202-204 E. 102d St. NEW YOUK CITY.
Tho Largest Clothing? (j
Manufacturers in America i
He i i '
R GREAT BARGAIN OFFCRI
S. IB. WBIB
Real Estate and
linys and b'clls Heal KnUto. altemls t(
Tax paying and collecting for ncn-reiiient3
and dues a general lonu huslnets
Have a few first class watered claim) now
on which 1 can locate residents if applied
for soon Apr T 'u3-tf
D with Hitro Pants and
we 1'oy Uipresuge.
Tbeit Salts an reaiU DP ef All Wo. I CaiilntrtS'
Irlraratd with fott klsek Sstetn thttmt of inrimit'
hip cat Paablt Brca.tnl K1t J ! Jari wltk
Silk EailralderKl Salltr Callsr i t ij Tars. with
... a. II. r liar AUPaoUhaTlI'attotWaUtBaOdl
Waseait lte ( Iks data aad titra haltaat with
his continuous residence upon and cuillva- aacb salt. Uladly miolUn If lane r amaH lar aia.
tlouorsaiu ntiiii vir.
Osenr J. Jlackey. Lester I Northup Avis
V. Miickcy.iill oitt'otMl ward Oklahoma Uer-
rliory and Hlchaid V. Mitekcy of Cujild Ok-
lahoma Tenltjry .
F. I IlEAl.y ItCfilstcr.
First pub. June J.U8y.
Prra tultlan. We frfve onj or icore t reeschol-
arslaps iu every county ln the U. S. Write u"-
Will nccept notes for tuition
orcandcpoJt money tnbanS
uutll position Ij s'curciL Car
fare raid. No?catlon liu
ter nt any time. Open for both
sexes. Cheapboard. endfor
In. llli.nl. mIiI rati.lnnjfl.
Address J. V. Dhauohon Prts't at ''H:t- plaic.
Drnughon'a J? ??
NASHVILLE TENN. GilVESTflMANJ TEXArttAISA. TU
Hoekkeeplnkr. Shorthand Typewriting etc.
The raort tkoroixh practical and profreisivr
schools of the kind In the world and the bnl
patronised ones lu the South. Indorsed oy bank-
ers merchants minister" ru4 othew. Four
necks lu txxskkoepinz with us are equal to
twelve woeka by the old plan. J. 1'. Draughon
rresldent. Is author of Dr.iURhon' New bystcm
of Bookkeeping "Doubli V.utrj Made IJaiy." .
Home study. We have prepared for hoico
jtudy looks on bookkeeping. enmanshlp a.id
i orthand. Write lor Jirice IK "Home SUdy."
Iitrnct. "Pkof. DaAUOnoN I learnudbook-
keeplmfnt home from yoar Nioks while lioldinjr
a position as night tefcjiram operator." C It.
LrvriowELL JlooLkecper or Gcrlcr& Fic-J
Wholesale OrcKTeri South ChlcflKD III.
IMcnthn thtt paper ttitt scrirn.)
11XV Ol'KICK AT WoOllM AllU. O T
June -.' 1W
Nollco I hereby plicn that the full wing-
namctl settlers have tlleu imtlco of their Inten-
tion to make llnul proorin support of their
claims and that said proof will bo made bf-
foie th lieclster itinl Hecciv r U H. Laud
oIIIum at W.wdward.Oklah.maatrritoiy on
AuKUSt 8 1R1i lit:
I.MiB Payne II K No 2110. for the nenh
t.irr llm amith.iL.t onaiter. a id tho sout..-
west quarter of tbo southeast quarter of s-c-
Hon is una no noriuw.si ioo '".";;
northeast quarter or seen 11 . luwnsmp
....r.h rnnni"41". fl sit Hml also
Aiin'in K Canot'. 11. K. No irill for the
east half of the southeast quarter of m ctiou 10.
mid tlieeastlr.lt of th norilieuat quarter of
fccctlnn lft townships north inn.'oU K. C. M
Ihey name tlio follow liiKwItneasea loproio
their continuous residence upon 111 dtultlvu-
fli.if i.nll tatnl. vlr.t
WHnrssiH for Favno Norval W Karl
Fredrlck W.'l aft John W. Tall Aaron iv
f..nvf nil nf I linn O.T.
WltnesseM for fatiotl: Norial W Earl
Freilerlck W. Taft John W. Tart Lee r..
l'ajnc allot Cllne.O.T. ....
V I). Hr-ALV Heglster.
First rnb. June 5 1W.
I nnd nmi-e nt Woodward. O. T..
July 1 1SS9.
Nolleo Is hereby given that the followinc
liame.1 settler has filed notice of his Intention
to mako flual proof lu support of his olalm
nud that said proof wilf be inadu boioro
Charles O. Tanneblll I'rot.ale Judge In aud
for Heaver county. Oklahoma leirltory at
Heaver O. T on AugUkt 13 IftO vli:
Jehu Maple 11 E No-Vilfl for the south-
et quarter of sectloa SI lownshlp 1 north
range K O. M
Ho names Ihe following witnesses to prove
hlsfoniluu-ras rcaldeneo upou and cultiva-
tion of said land. Tit:
Freilllcebo of llenton O Ti Frank loijti
of Heaver O. T 1 Henry Omemkeu of hyo
O. T.t John Siarsnan.ot inversion w. t.
V. U lltabY Keglster.
First pub July i;J().
" I J&SJVI TMsStylt Lfafils 11
8 -te JlTtWS 8U" ' u IWtTw I I
8 V -jj 1 1&A 3
a?- A 1 8 1
5 )j(riiuitjit ffSr
t LI -fJ t..j Ci
n i I j mjT kxm
-sk v ' ' 1 Vst HIobIsUkas ?fl
- ) Bin
Whaa ardtrlaf ttoj l'a.t OSca mM KB
liprtaa Maoty Order ar Hcflatand V WL
UtUra alaa at at tsat Mrtaday U (n
aad If lac ar small far hi. ate 23 W r .
m.. ..H.U1 ..r.adad If nat nW. K- "- .
aattifattarf. S.od ac. auntaa far MSKPCSt
aaaalia Upa Haaaara aiaaaartol Mpr Bf -. .
i.g..i.i -g-?--g--y-j-g'-; v
g CTYUSH. RELIABLE Uh
: Recommended by Lesdlnj
? lip.un.. Lara. da aja
.E BETTER AT ANY PillCE
sr-Tkut aaliaiaa sic aald ra aasfl C
V alijaaltapalalkiValltjl Siaul
J ft ra.i dtal.r da. set a. lata !) Zc
iilrtctnua Oat Mat Haifjtrali J
Agciiiiuiiuni)ii. j ;
? THE McCALL COMPANY
g 13810 148 W. Utli Itfeil Ml. Ywtk g 2l
5 180 Plllli Ave. Obtcaco. enfl
1031 Alstkct 3tv SaoPtsncFico. ;
A COOL RIDE
Tho Pullman tourist sleepers in daily
service on tho Santa Fe Route aro of the
uew pattern with boats of rattan.
Thoro's nothing so hot stuffy and disa-
greeable in hummer as fabric cushions
cod bunks. TitU is ono reasou of itiauy
why the Santa Pe is the best lino to lteav
w Mexico Arizona and California ic.r
during warm weatbtr i.
Land Om.ce at Woodw ard O. T .
June IS 1M4.
Nolleo la hereby given that the following
named settler bos Hint notice of her In-
Icuiion to make final proof ia anpporlof her
claim aud thut s.tld proof will be made be.
lere Jay Yl. Plekurd. clerk of Ihe district
court f Iteaier county Oklahoma Territory
and ln case of his absence then beforo Delia
Hallniiier deputy clerk of saldcoort.al Ho-
ver OklahnmaTenllory on July Si. I vli
CarolluoM Hai-afe. II. li No. 3ni f..r the
sou i Invest quarter of section 1 township 3
unrtli ruiiKeUlK.O M.
hliu names the lollow lug w ltnri ta rrove
her continuous rrsldeuco uiou and cuillva-
.1.. .1 .alii lai.tl it
..l..i i.r.L.. nil Kiipone W. tlroies. of
Heaver Oklahoma Territory Harry Mcfool
.lamta iv. rui oi j.cuiuu vain.i.n.iu
F l HiA'i U sttr
1 rl ubli ' J ue lv
a 3 Wo 3
p 9 D jr p
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a . m. mm
4 1 1
Drlthtclt Fi.fstlm Pukllikcd;
Canulai esatlful Coleteu ristes.
Illuttrttes Wiat annua aMu-
1... r.M Walk. - -
S Aj-at waMfoilhltaltsttsalvarr 1
loaaiur. ianiaF.".SV-f '-
wafb vtttaiai iirsa aj.ia.. ymr- j
1J. Sasicilpuanaalr 3UC. Briui
loclutBKa rnsn raotra. . w . '
adtrsat THCMcCALL CO. B
i jl to 146 W. 14th St.. New Yerk
nipans Tabulos ouro luillgestion.
ltlpaus Tabules earn bad breath.
Itlpana Tabules euro ftatulence.
nontnlnsaoa Jna eajuqtjj Bnodm
Itlpana Tabules euro dlrilneoa.
THE QRUAT ISttVVSPAFE
THE GREAT WESSTT
Dy Mall Dally and Sday Jf.CD sYcar
Tfte Weekly. Oae Year
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.