Newspaper Page Text
l'lrnusiiKu m.ut tijursimv.
Entered x puiiolfirp nl Hcmer 0. T. as
second rlasi mailer April 10. 1SW.
TEllMfl - - - f 1 W l'i:il VHAH.
AimniniNci iutm tn n J 0 known an ap
plication. o m cv,t , v:c lojiv
Governor Win, 0. Henfrow.
Becreltry T.J. Lowe.
Attorney flenerat C A. flaltiraitb.
AwiiUnt Attorney fJeneral.... Hoy HotTnifin.
U. S. Marshall lMiranl I). Sit.
II. S. Attorney Caleb It. Ilrooka.
fjulef Ju-tlce Frank Dale.
f A. a.C. Biercr.
I .Hi. It. llurforJ.
Associate Justices. . . . -J
H. W. Soott.
i. L. McAlee.
t'robaU Judge... Carter ""rucy
Clerk (..... Dyke Itallinger
Klierlff. ;... ... . . lfy . Healy
Treasurer .. . .J.'c. Williamson
Attorney C. II. Wright
Register of Deeds. . . . t Dyke IWllnger
Bupt. of Schools Mrs. It. 13. BtancLnrd
Surreyor It. 0. Harbee
Coroner , N. A. Peckham
f P. J. llirdsall.
J II. K. Q. Pntnmn.
(, I.ee Howard.
An Ires at Wichita
.. ....3..r3 a. m
Tea tea Wichita u. 30 a. m.
Arrie 1 at Knglcwood tt. 20 pm
Partita wishing iaforrnation concerning
Velght or paengcr rate?, ivMrcss
D. Hau.ohan , Agent,
Presbyleriiui- Preaching every Sabbath,
nt 11 n. m., and 7:110 p. ni. Sabbath Scheol
ut 10 a. m., V, P. 8. C, 12., religious meeting
nt ()::i(J p. m., prayer meeting eich Thursday
tretiiu ( at 7;20.
All Hre cordially invited to any nud all of
these services. P. I). Mc.im.i., Pastor.
UllANI) ARMY IIKI'UiILIC.
Oklahoma Post No. 4.
Meets at the Ojiom Hall on wc
ond mid fourth tMtunlay of each
month, lit 2 o'clock p. in.
All iriliii;; comrnili lire cordi i
H united l attend.
.Vlt. HlOMA't .lulls' Sl.WS
A.Ij't. . 0,
Women's ltollol" Corps.
Meets the Cmt and tkird Saturday of each
month at 2 p' m. at the school house.
Mrs. A. M. Fknkb, Pres't.
Mrs. II V.. IIlanciurd, Sec
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Heaver Lodge, No. 7, holds its
regular meeting every Friday
evening. All visiting breatbren
are cordially welcomed.
Dyke Iiallinger C. C.
J. IlLAKCiimD, K. of It. and S.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 22 1895.
Commissioner Putnian is in town
Hob Jjoofbourrow is abtent on biuii
nets at KuglowooJ.
Judge Tracy and C. 11. Wright wore
in Ashland, Ks. the first of tho wtok.
IL E. Craig's now occupy tho S. 0.
Mills property in the west part of town.
J. 11. Qutnn has a force of hands at
work cutting his Coo crop of broom
Preparations are iu progress for tho
best dance of tbo season Dext 'ihursday
S. 0. Mills departed Sunday for Cal.
iforuia where he goes to look up a busi
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Floyd aro rc
joictug over the arrival of a bright little
ion at their home last Friday.
Kirk, the son of F. S. Drummood,
has becu dangerously ill tho past wcok
but is dow reported sotno belter.
Misf Gertie Murphy came iu from
the cast end of the county Wednesday
and is now enrolled as a normal studeut.
We have sampled a water melon
grown ou II Moil's farm south of town,
and pronouuuu it to be one of the best.
Joy ltycrsou end O.'ear Shaw return
ed from the Ciuitrron this week where
they have been for some time niakipp;
Mrs. Amos Iltbbs has our tuanks for
a water melon nnd two musk melon
presented to tho IlKttAl.n force Sat
urday. Mtis Grace Muiuoll, of Chickaslu,
I. '!'., is expect d hero next week to
remain throughout I ho year witli her
brother P. D, Mudh-11.
N.A. iVrlcliatu tlrnvo to Knlowood
Tuesday where hfl met his wife nnd smn
Harry who have been for several weeks
visiting relatives io Kansas and eastern
The game of hill between Heaver
and Cottouwood played nt this pl.ico
last Saturday resulted in a tie, the score
standing 18 to IS at the eluc of the
A. S. Dickson left here Friday for
Enlcwool where ho remained n few
days on business then departed for a
short visit to his old homo at Holoni,
Mo., where his mother and other rela
About Gfty invited guests gathered at
the homo of Miss. Ada Weir oj Tuec
dny evening, to celebrate her fifteenth
birthday. Miss. Ada received a number
of beautiful presents from her friends
who nil unite in wishing her many
The nortnalitcs and other young
pcoplo of Beaver were delightfully en
tertained on last Saturday evening nt
tho pleasant home of J.- II. Blanchard's
io tho south-east part of town. Tho
evening paused pleasantly away in socinl
converse, refreshments, games, etc
On lant Saturday evening near the
hour of II o'clock, Mr. Gene Grovos
and Miss. Nellie Sencenioh, were joined
in the holy bonds of matrimony by
Judge Tra:y at bio offiie. This was
qui to a Burpriso to all, not even their
most intimate acquaintances ar nearest
relatives suspecting tho wedding to occur
jut at that time. Tiik Herald ex
tends congratulations anl wishes them a
long life of happiness.
Advertised list of letters remaining
unclaimed in the postoffice at Heaver,
Okla., for month ending July 31, 1305:
Hairy K. Whitney,
C. G. Prude,
Oran Allen, (Addressed Heaver Co.)
F. C. Tiiacv, P. M.
There will be a reunion of thn Old
Soldiers' at Beaver on the 10, aud 20,
of September 1895. Particulars and
program will bo published later.
By Order of Post,
J. It. Thomas, Adjt.
Still we progress.
The Mid Improvement of tho Culiitheiiio
class is very noticeable. Misses Peckham
nnd Illanchard deserve great prniso fjr
having in so Rhort n time brought their raw
recruits into such hirnioiiy of action.
In connection with devolioual cxcrcNcs
each day we have a select reading or piper
by one of the student".
Mndiy Amelia Stanley reid n very
amusing article entitled "Pointer's Dyspeptic
Tuesday Mr. Klnyd read a description
of the lleraan Coliseum.
Wednesday It. II. Loofbourrow read ft
paper, "Duties of Parents."
Thursday Mrs. Hyerson read a pepor,
"Duties of a Teacher."
Friday Miss Sencenich read a quotation.
The able and instructive lecture, on the
motto of Oklahoma, delivered to the normal
scholars by Kct. P. D. Munsell at tbo church
on last Friday evening, wis attended by a
large and appreciative audience.
At the begining of the third week wo
have two pupils added to our number, vii:
Mits Southers and Mrs. Harlan.
Monday, 10th. Tho norma. Indulged in
Arbor Day exercises, which consisted of
quotations by all, together with music and a
paper pertaining to the objects, aims, ad
vantages and disadvantages of celebrating
Arbor Day in the school by Miss Sencenich
and remarks by Messrs Muusell and Illanch
ard, Miss Overstreet and our Supt.
Tuesday 20, We were entertained by the
reading of two narratives, "Chased by
wolves' aad "Our trip West" by Nettie
Thomas and Frank Neill respectively.
To-morrow, Wednesday. Frank Ilrock
witl recite "The supposed speech of John
Our visitors were Mesdames Weir, Healy,
and Ballinger, Mistss Wright, Weir, I.oof
bourraw, Messrs. Clough, Brock, Dickson,
Announcements Reception Friday tve,
23, and Wednesday evo, 28.
Program for School Eutcrtaitimeut.
Wednesday cveniog Aug. '28, at tho
church at 8 o'clock;
Music, By tho Band.
Seng, By the SjIiooI.
Select Reading Amelia Stanley,
Paper, By Mis. Byereon.
Calibthcnio Dull By Claes.
Music, By the Band.
Hecitation, Maudo Thomas.
Musio Solo Maud Blaochard,
Calisthenio Brill By Class.
Music, Coraet and organ duet, by
Mr. and Mrs, Franz Drummocd.
Music By the Band.
It has been customary each summer
to solicit email contributions from friends
to meet certain incidental expenses uoc
cssatily incurred for tho comfort and
gcueral good of tho members of the lu
btitute. This summer nothing has been
asked but wc have arranged to receive
an cntranco fee of tcu cents next Wed
uexday evening. The young people
have taken miiuc time and made totue
effort ti present this entertainment, and I
a btiiisvc uur fritul wnl b 'tad to
pay the fro which will bo appropriated
to the purpose nhovn mentioned, and
which will nlso bo nu o.ieour.igemcnt to
the young pooplo who are so willing to
give entertainment to their friends nod
help bp.ir the incidental expanses of tho
Mits. II. E. Bi.ANPUAiin.
Beaver Hotel Arrival
John Campbell, Tombstone, Ariztnia:
I'd. McMniti, Panhandle PaUurc llanch;
George II. Healy, Benton; Al. Baker,
W. V. Quinn. Kokomo; Mny Gabbert,
Gate City; Mrs. W. Gubbcrt, Flossie
Gabbert, Ctinr; Mrs. IU Mott nnd
Children, Country; James Madison,
Emporia, Kan; IP E. G. Putman,
Grind Valley; E. It' ColTey, Country;
Exra Nixon, Hothwell; II. 0. Brum,
A. X. Young, Lock wood.
HobuJ.Hay, of the law firm of
Houston & Ray of Woodward, has
been appointed Register ef tho Land
Office at Wood tfard to fill tho vacancy
occasioned by tho -resignation of Hon.
W. M. Hammock. Tho Hkrai.I) ex
A few items from tho western portion of
J. If. Rosvelt has a splendid piece of corn
of which he is very proud. Ilis other crops
are also fine 119 could be asked for, even
down to the most delicate garden plants.
Mr. llosvelt is a practical farmer nud us
ually raises a good crop upon bis fine farm
even though the land Is nbnyc reach of
Mr. Vaughn, who lives on tho Heaver
west of Optima, is becoming quito 11 farmer.
He has n largo and thrifty garden besides n
number of acres of sorghum and other forage
crops all of wVich look well. He is prepared
to irrigate his land when necessary, but the
abundance of rain this summer caused
ditches to be used more for drninago pur
poses. The usually dry likes upon the high flats
are all full of water this summer so that
travelers between roncheH and settlements
have no lack of water. Upon theso high
flats is always to be found the very richest
of grass, but in years past no benefit could
be derived from it as it wns too t ir from
water for stock to reach; but this year large
lakes of water nro to be found every few
miles from oue end of tho county to the
With a few seasons like I this, Heaver
county would bo the richest county in
W. 0. Cochran, of near Kenton, Is en
tertaining lili aged father and mother who
recently arrived from Washington. Al
though they both aro near four-Bcoro yeara
of ago they stood their long journey from
ilic north western coast tery well nnd seem
well pleased with tho western portion of
Tho unusually high water in the Beaver
and Cimarron rivers has destroyed a large
portion of the hay crop, but still there will
be no lack of hay. The unusually wet sea
son bag produced hay upon thousands of
acres of land never before known to pro
duce grass of sufficient height for mowing.
Gramma grass Is knee high upon thous
ands of acres of tho highest land of the
J. V. Abrams has a fine farm up west on
the Cimarron, and by looking nt his large
garden, hie crop of alfalfa and other crops
and Improvements, one can readily see that
he is a man who understands his business
and has the energy to attend to it.
It is estimated that three million dollars
worth of grass will go to waste in this county
this year. There should be more stock In
the county or more extensive farming.
W. 0. Cochran, near Kenton, has the
finest peach orchard in the county. Many
others could have just as good and pro
ductive trees if they would only exert them
selves a little.
Uncle Pap Fletcher and wife, of Kenton,
appear to be in good health and as jolly as
ever this summer. They are net yet content
to cease to labor or to enjoy thn fruits of
many years toil in idleness. When it comes
to social enjoyments too, the nged neem to
be "just as young as they used to be."
National Irrigation Congress.
The programme for tho National Ir
rigation Cougress, which meets in Al
buquerque, N. M., iu September, mdii
catea an unusually able scries of papers
and addresses. Tho address of welcome
to tho delegates will be made by Gov
ernor Thorntou who will be followed by
Judgo J. S. Emery, of Kuneas. Among
thn other speakers will bo Hon. Clark E.
Carr, of Illinois; Ex-minister to Den
mark and Ex-governor L. A. Sheldon,
of Los Angeles; John E. Frobt, land
There will be a Camp Meeting in the
Daws grove, ou tho Frisco, commencing
Sept, 5 uod lasting four days. Rev. W.
II. Rote, of Dodge City, Kb., will have
cbargo of the niceti"g and will be as
sisted by several of the brethcru from
the State. All invited to come prepared
to camp with us aud enjoy a good lime.
A. M. Livingston, Pastor,
Live StocV Quarantine Rules.
To Shippers; Between February Ut,
and December Ut. cattle cau be billd
from Oklahoma and Texas to enter Kan
sas only wheu the shipper has a permit
signed by Geo, C. Pritcbard of Albu
qictque, N. M., or S. 0. Fieeland, of
Quanuah, Tex ta, ageuta fur Live Stock
Sanitary Commission, State of Kansas,
with the exception that no permit will
bo required for cattle to be shipped to
quarantined or southern peus, or an cs.
ubliahud stock yard for immediate
tdaiishter. D. HaM-oiun, Agt.
A. T. & S. F. By. Englcwood, Kas.
Arc going out .of Business. Kvcrj thing at cost FOR
'' ' CASH.
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES
II ATS, SHIRTS, PANTS, OVERALLS,
Very Truly Yours,
w 0 -r .-1.4
f ff .f N.1
v v a.- - :
t ..--. '&.t s,m
: wi-'v- -"- yf-
NT ji&S Srni '? T,o-
ijk LiY ' ' jy ' . . . .
Arms or Ammunition
Without thorough'.)' imellritip" the im-iitt nt 1I10 Winihctter. Wc
li.iw thr lniuv-t fMv'rioiii" and liri i "uilitie- tor the uniuilnrtiirc
uf lxtptstin Ki.lo-i, .hnt-iiiin , ''.ii;d Slmt Kill and Aniiiiunition.
Alt ,,. .1.' ,m.. Tiil IL.ff.r fnr Iht II ttti.r Itnitt,
Vrl.NCIIESUIl I'.UI'liAlINO AKMS CO., Wlni.liii.ler Ave, New IJacn, Conn.
X THE J
Is now prepared
In Tr(e Latent Style fc-
Don't semi out of the
in this line.
commissioner of tho Santa Fc road; ).
11. Moses, of Kansas; Thomas Knight,
of Missouri; Ex-governor Prince; Judpe
K. T. Kiuny, of Utah; Col. U. J.
Ilinton and Capt. W. A. Glassford, IT.
8. A., will present a paper on the clima
tology of the arid region. For this oc
casion a round trip rate of little less than
oii3 faro from priucipnl points in Kan
sas to Albuquerque and return, with
liberal limits. For further particulars
call on nr address, D. IIali.okan, Agt
Santa Fo lty., Euglewcod, Kansas.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure Onpt Cream of Tartar Powder.
1 will sell at public cale
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
Ciias. E. Hulit.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World' Pair Highlit Award.
COn'1! '"" "" ODELL TYPE
J?CU WRITER mil CHECK PER.
FORATOR, with IB Chri.-irri. anl $18
for ihc'Single Cubs OrioH, warranted t(
da belter nu limn auy iiioeliine nimte.
it oomlilnci iiMi'Ltutrr, with iwiubimtt,
rrtp, haii or oYviunuiv'yiKiTi longr ullk
oui oot vf rer.nl n limn an other nmelilne.
It ! nkat, ernsuKTl!.. uleUU plated, iitf
feet and Hpuplecl to all ItiioU of lle nriliuf.
Like a prlnllup prwe, it produce lmrp,eleai
legible ninniMrripta. Two to irn cuplei ci
h inide l niie writing. Any Inlelllii'iil per
a can bemine n )!ood nperulor in two !;.
We offer 31,000 Io nujr operrtor wlm 111
equal the Kurk il the Ooublo Cbso OdH
Reliable Aptuli and l-lrnnu wantrJ
Special indiicrmruU lu Draler
For 1'ainpulct glriug Iudurttiient 4o,
ODELL TYPE WRITEn CO.,
856-D(H Dearborn St Chicago, III.
and be convinced
:,:;: Repeaters J
CnrJ 't i nt.- nthttr for our
. . i
I.? 11 1 . 1 i. . ? ',. t 7 , . ' ' . ! , V' . 1
to print your
County for anything $
Call and get our prices ig
Price Of The
Kansas City Times
Has Been Reduced
To $4.00 a year.
$2.00 For Six
Months; $1.00 For
This in not a campaign rate, but
a pennauent tMop. THE SUN
DAY TIMES enlarged Io 21
pages. Think of itl About lo a
day fur a first-claw metropolitan
newspaper. Every ono can now
alfurd to take a daily paper.
Subscribo at. once. Tho Times
always lead. Address,
THE KANSAS CITY TIMES,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
GET THE BEST
When yon are about to buy a Sewlnc Machine
do not be deceived by alluring advertisements
nnd be led to think you can get the belt made,
finest finished and
for a mere tone s" to It that
you buy from reliable manu
facturers that have (mined a
reputation by honest and aquare
dealing, you will then cct a
Sewing Machine that la noted
the world ovor for It dura,
billty. Von want the one that
It easiest to manage and is
There is none In tha world thai
can equal in mecnanlca! con
struction, durability of working
parts, fineness of hnlih, beauty
In appearance, or has a many
improvements as the
It has Automatic Tension, Double Peed, alike
on both sides of needlo (jr),nootber has
it 1 New btand (faeutdh driving wheel b need
on adjustable centers, thus reducing friction to
WHITE FOR CIRCULARS.
THE NEW HOMB SEWING M&CH11E GO.
Oaiioi. Vim. Oovrox, ILiss. UtTncaSariu.H.Y
Cucino.lu. fcr.Uieu.Mo. Iiuu;,tun.
Ui ) -UCtKH, I'll. ATT 1STA, Ul.
ton SALC BY
SJlOXllth St., St. Louis. Mo.
UKBiwi sj-r m m wm m
Krerv iiut lalrnn out bj us ' brtuiiht twfnra
thu public l7 a uutlc trtvau frca of cUvk In Its
fnr lef ormailoo an freo nandbeok
StU.NN & CO 31 JillOADWr. KBW
Ewry man with nt heud of culth or
upward should udvrrlitt hi' brnul in
thi )iptr, and that within n month,
vrrhnrit. regain tlmk which hu bem
misting for tcrr.-n, mid which he hat J
fivrn up m but. Our circulation
throughout thi itction if wide and
ttrmlily inci ruling, and yovr brand in
trittd in thtu enlumni will berome fa
miliar to the ttaehmen and utttlrii of
Ih. inuthicf.tt, largely incrrating your
chuncetof ttgaining itrayd or ilnlen
itvck. Send in your orden.
GEORGE .C- AM)EItSOX.
Additional brnndu, T T on '.rfl nidi
li.tJ. i-imnfCt-xl 011 cltlii-r kldo or hip, alsn
A on lert side Vmt mnrkR crop nnd
nmlrr-lmll imp lert, under hack right,
It-mcli nt Itotl lUtitr,
l'nst onirp, neaver, Oktnhuma.
.. ;'. 0 VElf. Meridian, Ol.a.
Ilianils, l , nldr, Aildlllomil brand,
JnJ.l ?I,0v.K.A V, also lofi handrd 31'
connected, hnrtmarlia, crop left, split right.
J. A. MATJIEWS Custer, Ohhu
t'nttln brniul T J cimiiprtcd, an ttlicr.ion
aulmal, bu prlnrlj-Hlly ou both lilpa.
llonielirund tlicimiitcon Icrislionldcr,
8tirnbranikd W Cross.
FRED TAINTOR-hnghtceod Eat.
Cl nnyiiliicoon miinuil. principally mi left
liipnnd nlclc, I'jir iiinrkn Crop the left mid
JliiKlrbnli tlir rlgtit.
Addition bramls tint kept up
,T, il'iwn lull slioulilt-r and Mde, vaiioas
(llaxli.knlrc) cither or both side, parlous
V left sldfi (all steers)
Kar mark grub the left.
lInrHohrniid,(i 13 on lert hlii: or TK con
nrctod on left sbnulder.
lVwtolllcc, Englcwood, Kansas.
A'. R. COFFEY Jhaver.
1 V 011 left Mlda or hip. Kar murkx Crop
tho Mi.iir-p &;,a p:it tho rigr.:.
COFFEY & WEIR Reaver.
A T nil left utile, iiiul yrurllHgH T Inserted
Iu A, under, on Ixith hips. Kur murkx on
culvca Hotcli In end of lcltiar.
GEO. 11. JIEALYAlnim.
on leftaliouldrr or aide, K 011 tip or
Additional bruiiUm Croon shoulder. It
uitHldouiid hip. 1. on lot ultf. Me hip,
i-rnm right hip. I.YOlrlt .
llorae brand, hulf diamond dot oulef
linulder, lilpor thtirh
CronN i. on hip, i-iir iuark t'mr' right
oM-rblt tlio Ion, liorobjiiud, miiiu.. b.ir ou
rtro'a rteroed for CaUrrn Is the
Brst, Earlest to IV. and Cliraptit.
jy,i W 5 Si
H t-old br drucrUla cr nt by mall.
J Wc K.T UaitltlreWatrtn.ru.
rmr , 1 r rs. 11
i ' Mr
Until. J. U
.HOUSTON & RAY,
WOODWARD. - - - 0. T
TJIOXIA'S s. nm
itootiM io:i-r,-o Atlantic iiMp
Wahhingtoti, D. 0
imiN( OX YOUIt
We - Want - It.
ATTOUNKY8 AT '.AW.
Will prartlco 111 nil llincimrliof Ihn County
Boot & Slioa Makar.
Manufacturer of Ladles and Gents fine
Hoots li Hhoe,
Repairing a Specialty
Giro Mp a Call.
Special attrntton given to the drawing
legnl documents. '
OfUre on Dougln Aenuc.
Witl prnctfen in all Courts omklah
Kansas", I1111I Tcxttd'. '
J It. Dean
DEAN & LAUNI
Practice in all Courts.
WOODWARD, . - - O. t.
R. LCNLEY. M. J).
I P.CLEiTio Physician,
SimOEO.N Al,g 08TETIlI0tAN.
Calls promptlv attended, either di' or nigh
GREAT ROOK ISIAND ROUTE
TO THE EAST.
BEST OINIHQ CR SERVICE IN VHf W0AID.
Tlio Hock Island is foremost In adopt
ing liny advantage calculated to im
jirtivo Ki'cd and glvo Uititluxury.safety
mid c-omfort that popular patronage de
mands. Its equipment is thoroughly
complete with vestlbuled trains, mag
niflcent dining cars, Bloopers ami chair
coaches, all tho most elegant, and of
recently improved patterns.
Faithful nnd capable managermat
and polite, honest sen ice from em
ployes are important items. They are
a double- duty to tho Company and to
tr.tvclers-and it la sometimes a task
dllllcttlt of accomplishment. Pnssec
geis on this lino will find little came
for complaint on that ground.
The Groat Hock Island lloute runs all
regular trains to Englewood suburban
station, close to World's Fair ground?,
and) on can wivo tlmo and trouble by
yetting off at tb.it point and avoid tlio
crtiwd In (he city. ' '
For full particulars as to tickets,
titans, .rates, apply to any coupon ticket
itlltftin tho United States, Canada or
Mexico, or addres:
, JNO. SEBASTIAN.
Gcnl Tkt, & Vuu. Ajjt., Cbkajru, )U
r,. SU.'. JOUN, Oon'l Manavcr, Cbtofim Vi.
Uc Bit LvtiKii Binuk iitiijki lu fi
Q lutlmu. !uf lit i".l ft
wslw' xOmiiisjiw ifJBgjagaMssiflayf iii,irrii,