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Holered at poMoffice at Iltaver 0. T. nj
econd cIam matter April 12, 1805.
TKIIMS - - - - U.W WAX vr.All.
AtiTCRTisi.sn r-s uift-le known on op.
OFFWTA H DIREL10R Y
Governor,... Wrn. C. Renfrow.
Pretarjr T.J, Lowe.
Attorney General C A. Oalbrailli.
Assistant Attorney General.... Itojr Hoffrain.
U. S. Marshall Edword I). Nix.
U. S. Attorney Caleb R. Brooks.
Chief Justice rrank Dale.
A. Q. C. Bierer.
I .!n II lt,.rtVl I
' (II. W. Stolt.
Vrobato Judge Cai tcr '"tv.y
Clerk ,Dyke llallingcr
Sheriff p. i). Ilcnly
Treasurer J. C. Williamson
Attorney C. II. TVrigU
Kegister of UccJs Dyke Nallinger
fiupt. of School Mrs. II. '.. Illancliard
flnrvfyor 11. 0. ltarbeo
Ccroner N. A. I'tckham
f K. J. Birdsall.
i II. 12. G. I'utman.
( Leo Howard.
C. K. & W TlMElAIJLE
Leaves Englewood ,,. - ,-, ,3Xi5 a. m.
Anlm at Wichita 2.30 p.m.
Leaves Wichita U. 30 a. m.
Arrive at Englcwood 0. 20 pm
Parties wishing information concerning
Sreight er paaocnger rates, mMrcss
I). JI.mxoiun , Agent,
Presbyterian: Preaching cvory Sabbath,
AY 1 1 a. m., and 7.30 p. in. Sabbath Scheol
at 10 a. in., Y. 1'. S. C, 1'., religious meeting
Bt 6:30 p. m., prajer meeting each Thursday
evening at 7; 20.
All lire cordially invited to any and all of
these services. 1. D. Monslll, Vaster.
GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC.
Oklahoma Post No. 4.
Meets at tbo.Operu Hall on mc
ond and fourth Saturday of each
month, at 2 o'clock p. m.
All Visiting comrads are cordla
ilr invited to attend.
J. R. Thomas John Slavin
AnJ't. P. 0.
Women's Relief Corps.
Meets the first and third Saturday of each
month at 2 p' in, at the school houso,
Mrs. A. M. Fewer., Pres't.
Mrs. U K. Blanciiard, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
leaver Lodge, No. 7, holds its
regular meeting ovory Friday
evening. All visiting breathren
are cordially welcomed.
Dyke Ballinger C. 0.
J. Blakchaiid, K. of R. and S.
THURSDAY. JULY- 18, 1893.
Dyke Ballinger went to Ashland
Do you need a review of tho common
branches? Attend tho Normal.
H arry RusspII of Woodward, is visit
ing fricnls in Beaver this week.
Do you desire a broader education?
If so, attend the Normal Institute.
Sam Edwards traded for L. M.
Xarson's blacksmith shop Monday.
N. A. Peckham is suffering from a
C. Y. Martin, of Liberal, made this
office a pleasant call whilo in town last
Miss Adelia Sullivan, of Hnrdesty,
made final proof beforo Judge Tracy
Commissioner Putmar is assisting the
clerk in checking up ex-Treasurer
The Normal Institute will open Aug
th in order to close by Aug. 31st, the
day set for examination.
Mus. Blanche no,
John Huut, of Clinc, made proof on
1G0 acres of Beaver county laud before
" Judge Tracy Tuesday.
Treasurer Williamson and Attorney
Wright mado a business trip te Mendo
Saturday, returning Sunday.
Bob Hunter, of Beaver, spent the
1th visitiug friends and relatives in this
city. Woodward Jeffersoniau.
John W. Huddleilon and Miss Lelia
Neal, of Lockwood, this county, were
married by Judge Tracy last Friday in
Arc going out of Business. Everything at cost FOR
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, SHIRTS, PANTS, OVERALLS,
Very Truly Yours,
Photographer Steele and wife, of
Meade, were in tho city Wednesday,
enroute for tho 7k ranch, in Texas.
Do you desire to increase your know
ledge of the very latest and hot educa
tional methods? Attend tho Normal
Win. Mills left Wednesday for Fre
donin, Kansas, on a visit to relatives.
From there ho will go to California, for
a stay of some time.
Mrs. Kathcrine rvrockcr and Ilcr.ry
Krocker, oflvanhoo, an J William
Woolcry, of Rothwell, proved up befote
S. B. Weir last Friday.
Tho family of J. It. Thomas and
Fred Tracy and wife have been enjoy
ing a week's fishing trip on the Gilaloo,
0. W. Banks, of Ivanhoc, ono of our
subscribers, left a very fine sample of
hog millet at our office last week. He
has several acres of it, and recommends
i. as one of the bcit forage plants for
Mrs. A. Groves, daughter Bertha and
dranddaughter Dot Ilcrrou left Tuesday
for Eureka Springs, Ark.,!rhero they go
in hopes that the chango will impiove
Mrs. Groves' failing health. Her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery and
return to Beaver.
Card of Ihiinks.
I take this method of thanking those
who assisted me last Tuesday night in
the search for my little buy who was
lost whilo out after the cows. Words
cannot express my gratitude, and may
God reward them for their act of kind
ness. Ei Oautmel.
An exchange tells of a man who
stoppod his paper and wrote to tho edi
tor as follows "I think folks autent to
spend their muny for paypurs. my dad
dy didn't and everybuddy said ho was
the iutclligcnts man in tho kentry and
hed the smartest family of boise that
every dug tatcrs."
We notice in the Washington s
patches that Judge Wilson M, Ham
mock, register of the land office, lias
resigned his position. This is a matter
of surprise and regret to his many
friends in this land district, who hope
it is for the purposo of entering some
more enlarged and more rcnumerative
field withiu his profession.
Tho Herald is in receipt of an invi
tation to attend the great Texis Fruit
Palace at Tyler, Texas, which opens
July 17 and continues till Aug. 1.
Ono of tho leading objecte of this Pal
ace is to bring tho great fruit industry
into a well organized syjtem, and tangi-
I ble shape. It will also encourage emi
gration to Texas. A maximum rato of
So. 00 for round trip has been made
over all railroads in Texas.
Of tho Old Settlers' Picnic, at Rizley's
grove, on Clear Creek, 12 miles south of
Beaver, on July 25, 1895.
Song, "Peter Grey" Granny Boyn
Openiug address Capt. Mott.
Potato raco. Prizo, tho potatoes
Sacc race. First prizo, cake; second
prize, plum pie.
Song of Labor Choir.
Addiess Rev. N. A. Walker.
Freo for all horso race, 300 yards;
first prize, 83 00 riding bridle; second
prize, 81 50 pair spurs. Entrance fee,
200 yards matched race, Dolly
McekB vs. Buck Blosscr.
Foot races and other games.
Slow mule race.
SI 50 t the man or boy that rides
"old Roancy" 300 yards and lets her
have her head.
Boys' foot race.
Dance commeuces at 3 o'clock.
A car of mules, wagons, plows, sera
per.s and other implements canu in over
the Rock Island Sutuid'.y. We under
fetand it U the advaucc guard of a new
ranch and irrigation outfit to be otab
lished oouthwept of this city iu Beaver
county. Liberal (FT. ) NbW.
Slaviu Bros , of Beaver have just
finished loading a car of wool on the
C. R. I. A; P. at this place. Meade
I will open the Picture gallery iu
Beaver about the 25th of this month
aud will tako photographs for one
month. Persons wishin,'; work in this
lino will do well to call wii'tlc the gallery
is tpcn. I will guarantee all work.
Lee Howard has sold out to n Cali
fornia cattle syndicate, which will bo
run under the name of Paiihnudlo Past
tire Company. The new ranch will be
j partly in this county and iucludc a large
I nn.i in tlm Pnnhnnillfl. an llioir nil-turn
....... ... ..... , .... .... j..
will be near forty miles square. They
will put in windmills, tanks, etc , and
are loading wagon- at Liberal this week
ns that will bo their source of supplies.
Lee secures a good posi'ion on the now
ranch. Ilurdcsiy Herald.
We call tho attention of our readers
10 tho card of the MeDonald-Crowley-Farmcr
Live Stock Commission Co.,
of Kansas City, Ivrir. This company
is well and favorably known throughout
tho southwest, having received many
coupigumeuts from our cattlemen, and
always giiing them their prompt and
careful attention. J. P. O'Dell, sheriff
of Seward couuty, Kantns, and solicitor
for this firm in tho southwest, with
headquarters at Liberal, is one of the
best men in their employment, aud cat
tlemen would di well to give them
I have arrived in tliK section wilh my
outfit to do all kinds of work. I will work
at the 7k ranch near Lipscomb, Texasi
July 18 to 23; fiom thcru to Clear
creek, at tho picnic; will be there on
the 25th aud 2Gth. From there will go
to Beaver. Will bo at Btaver from
Aug. 1 to 21. I will bo here long
enough so that the people :an come in
aud sou my work, and know positively
that I am be. c. Proofs shown before
order is given. I will go wherever de
siicd to photograph ranches.
Yours for fine work,
F. M. Steelk.
This has been one of tho hottest days
of the seascn.
A ''burning" question with most
every one is "what shall wo do for fuel?"
Just now the country is plagued with
a swarm of mosquitoes; and it is Baid
that stock, horses more especially, have
grown poor in tho last two weeks.
When we read of the storms, cyclones
and other disasters that occur over the
country, who will say that Beavtr
county is not favored?
Miss Cora Wilcoxion and Mr. Rob
Smith both prove up their claims iu the
Mrs. Wiley Rhode and her sist.T
Mi-p Angio Murray left on Tuesday for
their old home in Eifteao. Miss Augie
filed on a quarter sectiou of Beaver
county land befor: she- went home.
Mi-ses Belle Osgood aud Ella Wiley
ot .nuiuo were visiting on tiiu nver
Most (if tho dwellerton the river aro
cutting ihisir nlfalfi sitico tho ground
has got dry.
x- y. z.
Some of our taxpayers aro sometimes
inclined to think the expenses of the
couuty ore higher than necessary. A
comparison with other counties in iho
turutory is vry favorable to Beaver
Salurlol 13 W7 07
Court ex. s ISO Sl
Poor & Ina'no 1 r
Itoail & brlilKO 1 013 6i
County fcuppllen 2 Ctfl 2
Contingent fund 3 0J M
Sinking fund ? UW 10
Wood word Dealer
IJS Ji5 0? 43 6J 0(1
4 Si! 19 'i 3t (U
'1 850 00 IHO CO
703 00 ISO 00
i 231 10 775 00
4 331 19 1 1.V) 00
3 173 to 4 TAI 00
TotaU, KG 51'.! .'7 R.T 815 G7 I3 KO W
The assessment in Beaver caunty is
only 810 000 less than in Grant, and
ouly 8200 0)0 leu than iu Woodward,
and tho great disparity in expenses is
only accounted for in tho increased sal
arics of their county officials on account
of greater population, siUriia being regt.
uiatcd according to population, and Lot
according to valuation of property.
Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair.
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The only 1'ure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
ro not iu'v ANVTiiiN'n tv Tin: T,TNK or jp
Without thoroughly investifjatinr; the meriu of the Winchester. We j
Hive we longest, experience nnu nrgci maimer lor inc inauuianmc
of Repeating Hillcs, Shot-Guns Single Shot Uiflos and Ammunition.
Alttxy voiir total Itealrr for th TTtnefittttr Oan:
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.. Winchester Ave.. New lUven, Conn.
Is now prepared
Culling CarHs,' .
In "Tre L,ate5t )tyle 1
Don't send out of the County for anything -wV
in this line. Call and get our prices .M?
and be convinced. Ki
Lato Literary Sow s.
" (), will lionalntino tliowuy I want,'
Aslionny ns a glrllo
Or will he paint mo an ugly tyke,
And be a rt to Mr: Kerlii
Hut stilt nnd on whlcliovirlt 1,
Tlio I.oil protect Iho IiacK nuil neck
Of honeht Mr. NojII."
This, ono of tho lust v cries writteu by
Robert Louis Stevenbon, is in referenc
to the portrait of himself, which is gir
eu to the public with his verso for the
first timo in tho July Cosmopolitan.
The lines might have eorno from the pen
of Burns, and arc inimitable iu their
way. The portrait was declared by
Stevenson himself to bo the best, ever
painted of him. In this same number
of tho Cosmopolitan itudyard Kipling
tells an Indian story, 10 which Iteming'
ton adds charming illustration; Mrs.
Uurton Hurrison makca a bcrious Btudy
of New York society in -'Tho Myth of
tho Four Hundred." and Kale Pong
las Wigin contributes :i story of ono of
the most delightful of U'eMi retreats
tho Cosmopolitan was with this number
reducid to 10 cents per espy, nnd as si
consequence, notwithstanding its large
edition, it as " out of print," on ll,o
third duy ol publication.
National Irrigation Con?r'Ss.
The proKrninuio fur tho National Ir
rigation Congress, whii'h meets in AN
burjuerque, N. M., iu Sepiembcr, indu
cates an unusually obie serie of papers
and addresses. The addieM of welcome
to the delegates will bo made by Gov
ernor Thornton who will bo followed by
Judgo J. S. Ihnei j , of Knnsns. Among
thn other bpeakers wul be Hon. Clark K
Carr, of Illiuoi; l!y-miuister to Den
mark and Ki.j;overnur L, A. Sheldon,
of Los Angcle-; Juliu K, Frost, land
coumisMoncr of (he Sauta Fo road; lv
It. Moses, of Kama'; Thomas Knight,
of Missouri; Kx governor Prince; Judge
J'. T. Kii.uy, of Utah; Col. II. J.
Hiuton and Cupt. W. A. Ola-.fford, U.
S. A., will present a paper on the ivliiaa
tology of the arid region. For this n
caiion a round trip rate of little Jes-s than
oii3 fare from priucipal puints iii"Kjn'
sas to Albuquerque mid iciurn, Willi t
liberal limits, F.ir further pailicuKrii'
call on nr address, D. Uali.oua.V, Agt '
Santa Fo lly., Kn.-lewcod, Kiun-.w.
The WESTEKM TslAiL is put
lishedquarteily hv the ClIKUCO, I.utK
Island fc I'Acinc JIailwav.
It tells how to get a farm in thr
West, and it will be ent to you nntw
for one year, Send name and address !
to "Editor Western Trail, Chicago,')
and receive it ono year free
JOHN 3EUR0TIAH, C. i A.
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ll&P.ife Ilhistrulcil Catalogue, miSl. . .
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Largnat clrr ulntlon of any IontlO paper In th
world. Milendlillr llluMratei). Nn mtcnifrant
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El'rry tnnn with fill haul of cattle or
U)iwtril rho'ilil uthrrtitr In' htond in
this W)Ct', Owl Ihu icilhin (I month,
I'trlmH, letam thick tchleh hi leeix
tuhti'tiy fov icrrfe, nnd ichieh he ho
givrn up vs lost. Our circiilntiwi
thiiiuyhinit thm trrtion in iciile. nml
tlruilily inert ntiuy. tint! your Imtiid m
trrtni in litem wlinun mill brnmie ,"i
militir In thr ttbikmen nnd tetllrr of
ihe, tHHtlitonl, largely iiiatentiny your
chnncctof trynininy ttioyrd ur ttolen
ttuclt. Send iu your oidtr.
GKORQE f- ANDERSON,
Aildltlotnl lirnudH.-l T 011 Mtkld-
I..O. ronuM'il ou cltlmr Klilo or lilp, aN-w
A on tirt ido Kur iniirka crop un
uiulrr-hitli 1'iiip left, undor linrk rlgtit.
ItHUCli utKfd lllilirK,
I'oatOlUr, Ileacr, OLInliimm.
J. E. OVER. Mtridian, Oil,,.
llratula, M , Mile Additional lirnndi,
II A I) nlao I , T, nlno liri linmlnl ll
counotril nar;inorlo, rrop lirt, split ripbt
J. A. MATHEWS Outer, Okla.
I'lilttobrimdT .1 conuL'Ctcd.iinjAvlicrnnn
ntiluiBl, biiirliiplnlly on hotli lilpn.
HorNM brand tltotdium on ItUnliouldcr,
Htieribrnndiid W Croe.
FRED TAINTORKnylwoml Km
O itnj'plucoonunlimtl, prlnelpnlly on left
hip nml hIiIo. Dir miirkh Crop tlio kit nnd
Jlutilebol) tlio rlKlit,
Addition bnmiln not livpt up
j, down loit Miouldcr und Mdo, varlon
(llaMi.knlfo) clllirr or both MiIck, vnrloua
V left side (all Btcor)
Kor mark -grub tlin loft .
Horce liiiuid.O M on left lilp; or TV cop
ncclod on left sbouldiT.
1'ostoIMcc, Knglcuood, Kniisna.
E. R. COFFEY Beaver.
3 U on led tilde or hip. Kur iiiurliH Crop
(lie lol'.crHp nnd Kpllt tlio rtnlil.
COFFEY iD WEJRJleuier.
AV 011 li'ltuldo, nnd icarllHiiH T luaerled
In A, under, 011 both IiIph. Kur murka on
eulves notcli Inond of lettonr.
GEO. 11 IIEALY Alvme.
cm If It Kliuiilder or dido. K on Pip or
Addltlonnlbnuuls: dot nlioulder. JI
cio-nrlglithlp. J.YIljHft i"U.
iioixi iirunu, nan umimiuu " ;
liuiildor, hlpor tlil-li
T ., VEEDBEAr,Elm.
Croat lion lilji. i:r murk" fmr1 rltsbt
ofibit idalrli. HoibebJuiid, mm., bar oil
VATTI,1", To t',"Ploy on
Vl 1 IjU, isnejuoiio Lady or
Gentleman to represent u in ach Coun
ty. Salary 840.00 per Month and u
cornuiissiou. Address with tamp,
Chi. A. llobinioii & Co ,
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HOUSTON & RAY,
WOODWARD. - - - 0. T.
TJIOMAS S. WHITE,
llootns 10:1-5-0 Atlantic Bldt:.
M'nnlunglbn, I (J
1 H. Ilran.
. hi.liu'r II, l.ann
DEAN & LAUNE.
l'rctice in all Courts.
WOODWARD, . - - O. T.
K. LfNLEY. M. I).
I Kci.riTio I'iiy&ician, ,
fetlimiUlN $& OllKTKTHKllAN.
Culltproiiiillvnll,.iiled,iiiirdny or iiIrIi
Hpnolnl nlU'ntton slvrn totlie drnnlUK
()lllro on limitbi Atpiiiic.
Will practlco In nit Court of Oklahoma
ATT0UNEr8 AT 7. AW.
Will prnotlco Iu nil the court iof tlCinljr
Boot & Sho Haksr.
Manufacturer of I.adlea and-Gvnta ('
. Hoota & Hboca, , ' V
Ilcpairing a Specialty" . 1
1to Mo a Call. '
Heaver, .... Oklahoma.
S. O. MILLS,
Dealer in- -
Wines & Cigars.
Coot drinks And all the popular mlxcddriokf
of tho aeasoti.
I Deaver, Oklahoma
ItlCINC ON YOUU
We - Want - It.
GittAT HOUR ISLAND ROUTE
TO THE EAST.
CEST OINIKQ CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD.
Tlio Hock Island Is foremoatlu tulopt
I111; any udvantago cnlculutad to 'im
prove Hpccd andRivo Uint luxury, s.tfety
ami comfort that popular patronage de
mauds. Its equipmeut is thoroughly
complete with vestlbuled trains, mng
nillcent dining cars, sleepers aud chair
coaches, all the most elegant, and ot
recently Improved patterns.
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important Items. They ara
n double duty to the Company aud to
travelers and it ia sometimes a task
tliil'.cult of accomplishment. Passen
gers on this Hue will Und little earn
Icr complaint ou that grouud.
J'hT Great Hock Island Route runs all
rindar trains to EngloTTtwd suburban:
3ta'ion, cJose to World's Pair ground.,
uud you oju savo tinio and trouble by
U 'tUng cf at that point and avoid tho-
Fur full particulars as. to tlcket.v
r.aps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket.
oihvo in tlio Unitd BtU, Canada r
MlIoo, or address:
Conl Tkt. A TaM. Aft., Cbleaso. IU.
11. ST. 30KN, B,Jllanatr.(3lita WL.
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