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Entered At posiolllco nt Denver 0. T. m
second class mutter April 12, 18!."i,
TEllMS - - - - $1.00 l'KR YUAU.
Aiiv1:nni.so jutes made known on np
plication. 0FF1 CIA L 1)1 UK LI OR Y
Governor, Wrn. c. Kcnfiow.
Attorney Gcucral C A. Golbraitb.
Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Iloflinau.
U. S. Marshall L'dward 1). Nix.
U.S. Attorney Caleb U.llrooks.
Chief Juslico Frank Dale.
fA. Q. C. Merer.
( Jan. II. llurford.t
Associalo Justices. ... -I
II. W. 8cott.
I.J. L. McAteo.
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Probata Judgo Carter ""racy
Clerk Dyke llallingcr
Sheriff F. D. Hcaly
Treasurer J. C. Williamson
Attorney C. It. Wright
Itegislcr of Deeds Dyke Bnllinger
Bupt. of Schools Mrs. 11. 13. Dlanchard
Surveyor II. 0. Barbco
Coroner N. A. 1'eckhatn
f F. J. Kirdsall.
Hemmissioners -j II. K. G. Putman.
C. K. & W TlME'lAliLE
Leaves Englewood ...n.5,) a. tn.
Arilves at, Wichita 2.H0 p.m.
icavcs Wichita 0. 30 n. m.
a,rrivcn nt Knglewood (1, 20 pm
Parties wishing informalinn concerning
Veight or pavenger rates, address
D. IUllohan , Agent,
Presbytcrlnt. 1'rcachlng every Sabbath,
at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. in. Sibbnth Scheol
atlO a. ra., Y, l S. 0, I'., religious meeting
nt 0:110 p. m., prayer meeting each Thursday
evening at 7;20.
All aro cordially tnvited to acy and all of
theso services. P. D. Mox-ihU., Pastor,
URAND ARMY RK1MJKLIC.
Oklahoma l'osf No. 1.
Medial this Opera Mull on trc
oud and fourth b.ilurduy of each
motilli, at 2 o'clock p. 111.
All islling cimir.uls arc curdi t-
il V mviled In altcnd.
I'llOMAS ,1 nil V Si. WIN
Adj't. P. J.
lYomt'ii's Keller Cor.
Meets the first and third Saturday of each
month nt 2 p' m. nt the school house.
Mr. A. M, FnfiNi:n, Pres'l.
Mrs. II 11. Bianciiard, Sco.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ficavcr Lodge, No. 7, holds its
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting breathrcn
arc cordially welcomed.
Dyke Dalllnecr C. C.
BuNCiuni), K. of It. and S.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 1803.
Wo nro thankful for a Cno water melon
loft with us Saturday by M. K. Mcadors.
Geo. Webb has our thanks for cash
on subscription this week.
Gamoofball Saturday between the
Beaver and Cottonwood nines.
Oeorgo Drutnirond catno down from
Sharp's creek Sunday and visited with
homo folks, returning Monday.
Tho Board of County Commissioneis
do not seem to bo worried much by tho
criticisms of tho South and West. By
their Bilenco they seem to say "Shoo fly
don't you bother mo."
This is the time of year in Oklahoma
(as everyonu will bo tilad to learn) when
the paper that didn't get tho county
printiug discovers that tho county coin
luisMoncra nro robbing tho people.
If a fly drops into a bctr glass, ono
who hus mado a ttudy of national charac
teristics, can easily tell tho dtinker's
nationality by his action. A Spaniard
pajs for tho beer, loaves it on the table
' and goes away without sajing a word. A
Frenchman will do tho same, except that
ho swears as lie goes. An Englishman
spills tho beer and orders another glass.
A Germau carefully fishes tho fly nnd
finishes drinking tho beer as if nothing
had happened. A Russian drinks the
beer with tho fly. A Chinaman fishes
out tho fly, swallows it, and throws the
beer away. Exchange
There will bo n Camp Meeting in the
Davis grovo, on tho Frisco, commencing
Sept. 5 aud la-ting four days. Rev. W.
II. Rose, of Bodge City, Ks., will have
chargo of tho meeting nnd will be as
sisted by several of the brethcrn from
tho State. All iuvitcd to como prepared
to camp with us aud enjoy a good time.
A. M. Livi.nosto.v, Tutor.
3. V. Miles, of Meade, is in Beaver
this week 00 legal business.
F. S. Drutumond hat jusl complclctl
a neat ?odhousc, well and other im
proverucMs on lus placo west of (owe
attd will move liis (amity out to it next
Advertised list of letters remaining
unclaimed in tho postoffico at Beaver,
Okln., for month ending July 31, 1393:
Hairy E. Whitney,
C. G. Prude,
Oran Allen, (Addressed Beaver Co.)
F. C. Tiiacy, P. M.
Robt. Loofburrow, or Beaver, was in
town tho first of tho week looking stal
wart and happy. Bob is ono of tho
influential men of his town and a young
man of lots of good bcdso and business.
Ho reports our old friends l'lytncll and
Mbars both woll and just tickled to death
over tho fino outlook for their business.
Sam Mills way in town Tuesday nod
called around at the Qlobo office. Mr.
Mills has sold cut his interests in Beaver
and in a few days will Icavo for CalU
fornia whero ho will probably locate.
Beaver loses ono of her best citizens
when Mr. M. goes away.
I will close my studio Aug. 10, and
open again Aug. -G, nnd will lcavo hero
September 1st. bo if you wish work call
whilo you can get good work. All nega
tives mado after the lGth. will bo re
turned by mail. Enlarging and Fratn
iug .1 specially.
F. M. Steele.
There will bo a reunion of tho Old
Soldiers' at Beaver on tho 10, and 20,
of September 1805. Particulars and
program will ho published later.
By Order of Post,
J. It. Thomas, Adjt.
Beaver Hotel Arrivals.
Chas. Byrns, Robt. Moore, Higgins,
Tex; P J Weaver, Lipscomb, Tex; John
Baylor, Wichita, Ks; P L Herring,
C C Doyle, J W Myers, Englewood, Ks;
N J Rhodes, Wiley Rhodes, Miss Cora
Willcoxson, Nye; W T Bruco, Meade,
Kf; J Jj Slaveu, county; J S Hart, Roth
woll; W 1 Butler, A Hanson, C D Perry,
Mii Helen Pcriy, Englewood, Kb; Win.
Overton, Robt. Rizley, Henry Kile,
Elmwoud; John I. ilo, Rothnoll; George
A cordial invitation is extended to the
public to visit tho Normal Institute now
II. E. Br.ANCiiAUD, Co. Supt.
All fhuuld attend tho lecture nn Fri
day evening on tho motto of Oklahoma,
by Rev. P. D.MuusJl.
Much favorable comment is mado ou
tho good-feeling and harmony prevaling
at our Normal Iustitutc.
Following is the list of teachers and
btudents enrolled on the rostci ol the
Normal Institute, now in bession, the
total number being twenty-six.
T. L, Floyd,
Maymc Peck ham,
Tillie Shack leo,
On Wednesday evening August 28,
tho Class in Calisthenics will givo a drill
and marching exercise in dress uniform.
If it can bo so arranged tho exercises
) will bo interspersed with musio by tho
Beaver Band. Further particulars later.
On Wednesday evening August 21,
it is hoped that Rov. Walker, of Gato
City, will lecture. Should aoj thing
arise to prevent his appearing wo have
arranged to have Miss Ovcrstrcct givo a
papei which she read before tho Terri
torial Association at Christinas time.
Subject "Does it Pay?" Good mush
will bo furnished.
Mr Munsll will deliver a lecturo bo
foro tho students of tho Institute on
Friday evening at 8:110 at tho church:
Subject. "Labor Omnia. Vincit". There
will bo music. .All friends of education
aro cordially invited to attend.
Tho social given last Friday ovening
at tho court room by tho teachers and
student of tho Normal was wcl attended
aud the effort mado for tho entertainment
of those present was highly appreciated
Gate City Gossip.
Warm, well I should remark.
AH crops are growing nicely.
Mr. claude l'owcll, from the Uuflalo, was
eecn on ouretreeU Monday.
Uncle Jim Kerns, who got seriously hurt
a short time ago, Is able to be up and around
II. F, Simons traded horses with Fred
Kd wards Saturday, Henry thinks he bos
"the" horse now.
J. It. Iludion contemplates returning to
the east in a few days.
John Kerus wi-ot to Englewood 6uudy.
His business there can belter be Imagined
Iter. Walker preached nn excellent sermon
Everybody come tn the Sunday school
concert next Sunday after Sabbath school,
J. D. Nuckolls went to work for Mr. Overs
J- H. Williams Im sold his farm to clay
Murphy, and expects to leave hero tho first
of next month. Ills many friends regrot to
see him go.
II. H. Kerns went to Login Saturday for a
visit with the family of-Wm. Baker.
Mr. Simmons and family and Mr. Turn
bull and family went down on clear creek
plumralng last week, nnd got about uvo
What has become of "Little Phil." Why
Joe Innlsi smiling countenance Is once
more socu in this pnrt of tho country.
Mrs. Anna Williams nnd daughter corft
left last week for their home in Indiauapolis
Iuil. They havs been visiting tho former's
parents for somo lime,
I will sell at public sale
at my ranch, on Thursday,
Aug. 29, 1895, all my stock,
consisting of horses, cattle,
sheep and hogs, farming
implements and household
Terms of sale: Six
months time will be given
on all purchases, with ap
proved note drawing ten
Chas. E. Hulit.
From our regular correspouileut.
Washington. 1). C, Aug. 0, 1895,
Hon. Howell Edmonds Jackson, As
sociatc Justico of tho Supremo Court of
tho United States, dtcd at his residenen
at West Meade, Tcnn. six miles west of
Nashville, at 2 o'clock, yesterday after
noon, in the sixty-fourth year of his ago
of consumption. Judge Jacksen had
bzen in failing health for tho past four
years, but it has been only in tho past
eight or ten months that tho progress of
the disease began to cnmto hid family and
friends uncaMucss. His funeral will tako
placo next Sunday afternoon.
ft is alo reported hero that Ex-Just
ico William Strong, of tho U- S. Su
premo Court is dying. He is 87 years
of ago and his physician and family have
no hopes of his rallying.
Senator Stewart is a very consistent
man. Ho has stood as tho high priest
of silver ever sinco the crime of '73 hm
perpetrated nn the arid and unsuspectiug
West, and now iu tntso lattrr days,
when it comes to tho question of having
an injured kneo moulded to form and
usefulness, he sticks to silver still and
and has himself sowed together with
wires of the white metal. Tho Senator
was very much amused himself ut being
patched up with silver and says ho is
going to use it as another argument in
favor of tho virgin metal when h2 gets
out to stump the country.
Col. Dick Bright, who ought to bo
an authority 011 tho subject, says lip is
willing to wager that if gold wiro was
used instead of silver tho doctors would
certainly havo had a casu of blood poison-
iug; on their hands within 21 hours-Ex-Scuator
A. J. McLarin was ou
Wednesday nominated for Govenor of
Mississippi by acclamation. No man has
ever bef'oro been bo nominated iu that
Stato for Governor. Free silver was tho
key uoio of tho convention.
Ex-Senator Maudurson, of Nebraska,
arrived iu town the early part of tho
week io tnko part in tho hearing before
Comptroller Bowler as to the constitution
ality of tho law for tho payment, of the
sugar bounty. Senators CalFcry and
Blanchard, of Louisana, aro also here,
and Judge Simmon, of New Orlcanf, is
Secretary Smith, of il.o Interior De
partment, is 1 1 ill iu Georgia. Ho has
mado quite a number of ppeeehes so far
and is not expected to return to Wash
ington until tho latter fart of the niomh.
Tho Coal Operators aud Union Minvrs
at Pittsburg havo reached an agreement
which will take effect tho first of Oc
tober next, thereby tho wages of 100,000
men will go up.
National Irrigation Congrat.
Tho programmo for tho National Ir
rigation Cougrcss, which meets in Al
buquerque, N. M., in September, jndii
catcs an uuuiually abis scriej of papers
and addresses. Tho address of welcome
to tho dclegtes wilt be mado by Gov
ernor Thornton who will be followed by
Judgo J. S. Emery, of Ktiosns. Among
tun other speakers will bo Hon. Clark E
Carr, of Illinois; Ex-minister to Den
mark and Ex-governor Ji. A. Sheldon,
of Los Angela; John E. Frost, land
1 lis nn u ill
Q 3,vea,cLe, ZEsus-,
Are going out of Business. Everything at cost FOR
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES
II ATS, SHIRTS, PANTS, OVERALLS,
Very Truly Yours,
O-orann.aaa. cSs Bruce.
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t Cf Arms or Ammuitttion
jf Witlmnt t'imiiRhlvlnv-!i.':'in'-t,i-nriisot tlieVi,icl:ter. Wc l
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, V U..w.ilinr UtlU-. .slt-t-fmi". c. Miut Ki1.- and Aiiiriunition.
,'rw( ) t f.i f ty '
t.jPi.ii.Nj a.:m; to.,
Is now prepared
In Tle Latent ttyle r
Don't send out of the
in this line.
commissioner of tho Santa Fo road; E.
R. Moses, of Kansas; Thomas Knight,
of Missouri; Ex-goveiiior Prince; Judgo
E. T. Kinmy, of Utah; Col. B. .).
Ilinton and Capt. W. A. Glassford, U.
S. A., will present a paper on tho clima
tology of the arid region. For this oc
casion a round trip rato of littlo less than
on 3 faro from principal points in Kan
sas to Albuquerque and return, with
liberal limits. For further particuhre
call on or address, D. Hallohan, Agt
Santa Fo Ry., Englewood, Kansas.
Lire Stock Quarantine Rules.
To Shippers: Between February 1st,
and Deceiober 1st. cattle can bo billed
from Oklahoma and Texas to enter Kan
sas only when tho shipper has a permit
signed by Geo. C. Pritchard of Albu
querque, N. M., or S. 0. Freeland, of
Quaun.ih, Texas, agents fur Live Stock
Sanitary Commission, Slate of Kansas,
with the exception that no permit will
be required for cattle to bo shipped to
quarantined or isouthcro pens, or an cs
tablUhed stock yard for immediate
slaughter. D. IIai.i.oiian, Agt.
A. T. & S. F. Ry. Englewood, Kas.
Tho WESTERN TRAIL is pub
lishcd quarterly by tho Ciucauo, Rock
Isi.anii & Pacific Railway.
It tells how to get a farm in the
West, and it will bo Hut to you gratis
for ono year. Send uamo and address
to "Editor Western Trail, Chicago,'
and receive it ono year Ireu.
JOHN SEBASTIAN, Q. P. A.
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It COUlblnO SIMPLICITY with DURABILITY,
urrxv, kas or oi'kration, wears longer wits
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Il is neat, atmjTAliTiAL, iilcliU plstid, per
fect and npapted to all kinds of type writing.
I.Ike a printing press, It produces xharp, cleai
legible manuscripts. Two to ten copies cat
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We offer $1,000 10 miy operrtor who cai
equal the wurk of ibe Double Case OdeK
Reliable Agents and Mi'ckiuen wanted
Special iiiduccccnli to Dealers.
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Every man with 50 heatl of cattle or
upward thould mlcertite hii hrand in
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perhapt, rijain utoch which hut been
tniuing for wrrkt, and which he hat
given up ut lost. Our circulation
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ttcatlilg 11ct eating, and your brand in
serted in thtse culumns will become (
vnliar to the ttockmen and tcttlert of
the southwest, largely increnting your
chuncctof regaining strayed or stolen
stock. Xend in your orders.
OKORQE .0 ANDERSON.
Aildltlonsl hranda, T T cm '.eft aid).
I..O. connttt-il 011 cither rUIo or hip, nli"
A on left side. Vat iimrlta crop nnd
uuder-hnll uinp left, umler linrli right.
I'ont Oniro, Dcuvcr, Oklnhumit.
.. A'. 0 VElf. Meridian, Ohln.
llrands, 11 , aide, Additional brands
11 A 1) also V a T, also Mt handed JI"
connected. Knrjmnrke, crop left, split right
J. A. MATHEWS Ciater, Ohln.
Cut tic brnndT J connected, any where ou
ntilmal, hit principally on botli hips.
Home brand tho name on li-flshoulder.
Btiersbrandcd Vf Cross.
FRED TAINTOR-Lngletcwd Kas.
(1 nny plncooiinntninl, principally on lull
lilp nnd iddo. 1'ir inurlCH Crop tho Icltniid
JitiRlpbob tho right.
Addition brands not. kept tip
X down Iclt shoulder and lido, varlons
(llnsh-knlfu) cllher or both stih'S, yarious
V lort side (all steers)
Kar mark urn lithe left.
Horxu limiul, (I U nn left hip; or Tt" con-nocli-d
on left slinuldcr,
roetolllce, Knglcnood, Kansas.
E. R. tJOFFEYlkavzr.
JUon loft ld or hip, Knr inurks Crop
tho left.orup and split the ricbt.
UOFFEY & WEIR Heaver.
A T on left side, end iciirllnuK T Inserted
In A, under, cm both hips. Ear minks on
calves notch lueud of lei t cur.
GEO. II. HE ALT Alpine.
ou left shoulder or side. K on hip or
Additional brando: Ciow-on shoulder. II
oiiHldound lilp. X. en lei, sido. Klo hip,'
cioiw right hip. I.YDUli we, . . ,
llnnto brand, half diamond dot onlef
hotihlar, lilpor IIiIl'Ii
T. .. WEi:i)i:EX,El,n' .
CroI. oh hip Kr mark t'nin rlur-t
ovethlt tlio Iclt. HorKobJiuu!, snia.. lr. on
R51 riw'a lleraod. for dtarrn W tie
Jj nest, IX'm to Vhe. aitd Cheapest.
ftnlil iv ilmntlili np nont bvlnall.
JOc. E.T. Baziltlnc,Wairen.ra.
gB 1 war "agv
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TcrLU Hooitov Uodt, J, Ri.
HOUSTON & RAY,
WOODWARD. - - - - JO. T
THOiVIAS S. WHITE,
Itooini 103-o-C Atlantic Bldg.
Waslilnglon, D. C
1IKIXU OX YOUll
Wc - Want - It.
AtTOP.NF.Y8 AT I.AXT.
Will practice in nil the court 1 or tho County
Boot & Shoe Makor.
Manufacturer or T.ndlcs and Gents flno
Hoots A f hoes.
Repairing a Specinlty
JIto M- a Call. - ; i
Heaver, - Oklahoma.
Hpqclnl attention given to Iho drawing
0111 cc on Dotigln Avenuo.
(coun rr ATioiiNnvi)
Will prnctlco In all Couits of OUah
Kansas, nnd Icxai. . '
J It. Dean
DEAN & LAUNE.
Practice in all Courts.
WOODWARD, . - - O. T.
JR. LCNLEY, M. D.
I Kclectio Physician,
Suiiueon fjttg Obstetrician.
Culls prom ptlv nttendod, either day or nigh
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
TO THS EAST.
DEST DIIIINa CAR SERVICE IN HIE WORLD.
Tho Hock Island is foremost in adopt
ing any advantngo calculated to Im
jirovo hpced and give that luxury, safety
and comfort that popular patroaago de
mands. Its equipment la thoroughly
co.'iploto with vcstibulcd tnt!n, mag
nlflcent dining cara, Bleepers and chair
coaches, all tho most elegant, and of
lecontly Improved patterns.
Faithful and capablo raanagermnt
and polite, honest servjee from em
ployes aro important itonis. They aro
a double duty to tho Company and to
travelers and it is somotlme? a taik
ditllcult of accomplishment. Passen
gers on this line will find littlo cauio
for complaint on that ground.
"ho Great Kock Island Route runs all
togular trains to Englewood suburbun
station, close to 'World's JTalr grounds,
and j ou can savo time and troubloby
petting off at that point and avoid tuo
crowd in tho city.
For lull particulars as to tickets.
i...tps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket
onkoiu the United States, Canada w
Moslco, or address:
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