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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 February 1895

' h b i tt JTv, 0, C i THE BEAVER HERALD. j4 "I V -t 'VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1895. NUMBERS, -rt?" m r t t h Qa r . CURRENT COMMENT. A moTftST against tho denudation of tho forests of tho country for railroad ties has been sent to tho department of ..the interior. Tub Chicago civic federation reports that there are 00,000, victims of tho opium habit in that city and 100 places where opium is smoked. It was estimated in ofllcial circles that tho income tax would yield about 8.10.000,000 tlds yeai and that about 300,000 persons and corporations will have to pay it. Tiir National Itaseliall leaguo season of 1605 wlllopon on Thursday, April 18, according1 to the schedulo which 'resident "Young bus prepared and will submit for approval to the next league meeting. y'' . . . .. It has been discovered thai 24,000.001 spurious silver dollars aro In circulation in Spain. The coins aro of full mint weight and fineness. Tho Spanish olll cials say that tho dol...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 February 1895

y MwnrmiMMlMuiniMWKa 'iX' r. . cri Offlslol Caiialy .Mo jr. i.jlv niui li'ou.r wmc'ht Nolld! Ill C.U'i I'-plllllIl'l ll. 'Ine Untunl- iii-mhui ill" repr-i'spiiting rrnry iiigliliiiiliii.ul In i(, eminly. UV furnish stitiionci; flee. Oiriciipoudtiil jIimiiM hear iii inl.nl In write mi one) iMrir the pi.r only; linlul-e in no pcrnirmll.lc Mini MWPts sign your in rmiim Wi llie nniiitc-ilunic. 'IJie lit.nl iy in liiulil u.i, nit, i i, Mkiiilhy cicry iium in iln i,HU. w, ducMiylil. Wlii-tirvur u imiti is ilnii j, ii'llilfi not tear iiitn (limn , r,. iJrniH .-jioiilil ho piipmr-, nut oj.ptiiii-nift, in till livaiiliooch I lie imjrp Ini-iuee. yi.ui nvul iIi.ih tin' mi ic hij will do. Kvi-n mm win) iri! 8 liU customer Imue-t'y 5-.iiitcouMyi.uJ f.rly, will gel ,is slmre, iiik) ijii, niii'rt, IniMi'ifhi iliat run ho m I'y "iilii-il vllinm rlia hpticr it wil' J'O of nil. Whoii n lown ee.njcs lo uniw i' liiitij null,., tind ilu mmo r ..!i. inter ruin eon, , .Si.iikI loctlici i'-r tin! tiilviMii...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 February 1895

r -" ) tta-i' ' rgJj.y Seauci r JimtUl ri'DLISHKD KVIU'.Y lUCIlSDAV. EnttreJ at postoflice at Bcior m s?coud cUls uinil mallei. (Temporarily.) ' OFFCJA 1. JlIlk'L '1 on r omner,. Wni. C. Renfror?. Ktcretar; Koliert Martin. U.S. Attorney liorajo Sptscd. P. 8. MarikiOl lMward X. Nix. :Ulf Justice..' i..i I'm ilk Dale. J. II. lluriord. ,ioeiite Justices, l j Ilenrj W. Scott. Attorney General., C A. (UlbrailU. l'reisurer , . .. Samuel .Murphy. Auditi od School Supt...: J. 11. l'arkcr. IcgaU to Oongrcw D. T. 1'lyun. District Clerk' 15 V. Ilcgler. tiliputy District Clctk K. F. Mickey. COUNTY OFFICER8. t'roUlt Judge Caller "ill 7 Clerk fi.i Dyko Ilallincer S h erlff, . M v ." , . . . . F. L. II cal v TrMuVer.j""'.. '.'..l.j,..J'. C. Williamson Attorney. . .'. i '. C. It. Wright IXeRieter of Deeds Dyko Uallinger tJupt'. of Schools Mrs II K. lllanclmnl Hurvrjor 11 0. Harhee Coroner. .... .', N. A. I'tckb.im (V J lllnlpall. CtnmUsioners II. II 0 I'utman. Lee Howard. jll AND AIIMY KEPUBLIC. Ok...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 February 1895

r ! y PEOPLE AND EVENTS. 0 M Kkyicr. of Hrunswlclc. Me., cut Chriiittnaii day n watermelon that ho Kught Inst August, Lotii) Uomiiikky has given WO to tho boys of tho training ship Cnlei'onln to rtart n bngrlpo band. 11. h. Fajukon wcnrs a Now 'Aon land grcon-stonons a watch chnrm, nnd nttrlbutos nil his good hick to Us pos frobfilon. Joshua i ,JlAvti., tho rcpubllonn governor-elect of Delaware, wears his henrd mttcl after tho fashion of Dr. I'nrhhurst's but his features lire mora rugged. Maiiy Vamhso, ii colored woman of Alabama, lies gone out us u missionary worker to tie Dark continent, nnd has sold her Uttls home to pay tho expenses of the trip. I'lltur riUW.AU was tho first metric nl writer In Mils country who attained any popularity, and ho was matorlally befriended br Thomas .lofT-irson. His songs were s iggostod by passing polit ical and historical oveita and only one, tin Indian bsllad. outhvotl hlsileath In 1KB. Itonr.HT KMnncoN and John I'.urney, of Orando, IHa.. both sec...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 14 February 1895

' (ifiU:! mfm&trt -"WKT" wr ' ft. . ''. '&'( v THE BEAVER HERALD. BEAVEK, OKLAHOMA TEURITORY, THURSDAY, EEBKUARY 14, 1895. NUMBER S. VOLUME I. - iWfrs d!W OU who cnpturo hearts Plenty. Goldcn-halrcd nnd Ray, You will Ret somo ten or twenty VnlentlncB to-day. Hach one with its tncisnco tender Owning nbcolnto surrender ui tho true hoart of the senders Such 19 Cupid's way. You will find mj own confession In among tho rest. It Is oery man's Impression That you lovo him 1-cst. So, Itko nine or nineteen others Of my (sentimental brothero I um ono who vainly smotlicrs L'jvo within his breast. Dut I linow you, little flirt vou Hopo? Indeed, I'vo nonol Thot'B the very vine of virtue Troren by your fun. Every lino oMoio you'll pirry. Of these twenty men who tarry, Then, at lnst, so off and marry Number twenty-onol rcllx Carmen, In Life v'TEUL-IUS CzESAU ' I PODD was a j-c-j I clerk In a retail Evjl dry (roods store. It is uuuouit to Imagine that a n individual bearing so his toric a b...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 14 February 1895

new" 1 u.e I' If r ii lit &fr? iJ&rfrimmTtjHifatxan.r. .,. -w . ptyifia ORlStal County tfapor. MJ.V nid lJ,5r ITItM.'tfT HtlHtirs mnl Piirprlrini . T.'tfTausig-is; ASL' .Voth'i! l I'-tr. (poinh'iil. Tin- llfUi.tt I lcrltwi if rcprrTfit!fg r)r nnliH..rhH.l it, tit enWrHJT. W ttrtttl -liiliwfrj fyce. Otrrtwpwnisrp n,itl ltitln IHi.hi Ik tttliitwii H t4ft jpttfip ij'ji tndtr i . ptitn Ujtjw, V JJ4r irf j yue , .me u4 i, r ' ' . ' u i I.Htt ' rhMi, I l IllHr.Jf 'l'1 ' !"'' fclK ' 'iu- ,ttM to(rtfcs yitt sHHi , "tit"ii)fc If jm tk,. iff iti..i..r i ', FffeNr i' if4imla ihj( vrni uW hU aify. ljp tiitiiU iMiilrumn ill' I ho rrfirf oniHiiilitpe. W'liun d western man uT rtft'lftfafloj fbr cvrrytt.h'j in j-fylit,? )Urv lo lb ticker, t lie fnint nisiHci Moker, the kbekm to hatpin and blip; Tfiu lwny$ h rrjiuc and ouTir is tiyitiu fume uood Tor hit on lawn to do. No Cffd in eorrsei him nor need you expect Mm in gut to the front lile a inn, fur whiltt tither- ruip, lia'll get mid IiumU) ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 14 February 1895

7T$rc" ;, jr i; 11 O'l i. J Is fS&Mm- W IK ifc'r" yj ,Err AUTrrrYrti,m.T'ra Ti c&Ci yjtcUlCU i i'UULkm:o urhUY tiiuhsdAY. Unit-red nt poiioilico nt I'eaver na second c mall matter. (Temporarily,) " ." ' ' ' " " ' 4) FFGIA I, 1)111 EU70UY Goxtruor , Wiu. 0. Hetifrotv. Secretary,,... l'J.Lbnt. Attorney General C A. Gnlbrultb. Asiistatit Attorney General..., Hoy HolTmnn. V. 43 Marshall Kdrd I). Nix. U S. Attorney Caleb H UrooUx. JJliiuf Juitii'ii Frank Ditto. f A 0 (J. Uicrer. I Jus. 11. Uurturd. Asioohta Juaticos. ... II. W. Scott. (J. Ii McAlee. COUNTY OFFICERS. l'robita Judge . Catter"iv7 Cterl Dyke llnlllnger fllipfllt ,.!'. t). Heal J Treiuitiror. J C. lUIIiannon AMortfy C It. V right Ui"jii tor of uenli Dyke Ualllngi-r rtupt. of School? Mrs II U. Ulnnclinrd Sttrvryor.. It 0. Ilnrbee Coroner N A. I'tcUliam (F J Hirdpxll. C i mljalonori II. K (J l'ntman. ( Lee Howard. . VRANI) All.MY IlKI'UHLIC. OVIulmma Post No. 1. Mfrtat llio Opfn Hull on ca onil und fnurlli Latnrdny ofcn...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 14 February 1895

' ?W o I :f I t A WOMAN'S NEHVES. Tia Story of u Wo nan to Whom N0I3J Waa I'oruiro. I ostintoit by ths limit Kxcltemrnt I'lir slelaiit lUMrd liy llrr Cp. (From tht Qatt City, AVotiit, ioira ) Mrs. Helen Mayor, vtioo homo l nt 'i'Afi Vornon Avonue, Chicago, nml whoso vl.lt to Keokuk, tit., will loujf ho tvunombcrrvl, was ntonotlmo nflllct). with a nerrous maln.ly which nt tltnot drovo lir nearly to instruc tion, "tnosoterrlblo lioila-liesnivn tlilujr ot Uio jwst," slia mill tho othor day to a (Jilt Git wprosontitlve, "nuj tlioru Is qtilto n story In eonno .lt.ut with It, too.'1 Mynorvous jiysioai sustained n great short: somo flftojn yrs a? brought on, 1 ho llovo, thr.meh tw much worrying over family matters, r.-id then Allowing my lovo for my books ti pot tho bitter of my ills, oration whero my listltli was con-orued Why, whouovcr my nlTalrs nt homo did not lo along Justus I oxpectoJ, I would ltivarl ably boomo nrostrato.1 from tho otclto mcnt,Aud I would comlJor myolf fortu nato In...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 21 February 1895

P"r-' "W THE BEAVER HERALD. VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TEltltlTOUY, THURSDAY, FE1JKUA11Y 21, 18!)f. DUMBER 5. Fc vownlng n picture or btnt of Washing ton on February !S with eveigroons.1 , KISK 'tis the day of our Wash 4i nfi fc cltM-V m, Hn.umia ,,ilft fn rtnr liberties Trnn. And sing tn jour gladness his echoing story. Whoso sword swept for freedom tho fluids of tho sun Not with gold, nor with gems. Uu with evergreens vernal, Atd tho banners of stars that tho continent spun, Crown, crown wo tho chief of tho heroes eternal. Who lifted his sword for tho birthright of man! Ho gavo us n nation, to maUo It Immortal Ho laid down for Trcedom tho sword that ho drew, And his shado leads us on to tho radiant portal Of tho glory of peaco and the destinies uow. Not with gold, nor with gems. Hut with evergreens vernal, And tho flags that tho nations of liberty span. Crown, crown him tho chief of tho heroes eternal Who laid down his sword for tho birthright of manl Lead, Toco of the Tuturo, sor...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 21 February 1895

M' 13 AfT-ss.Kjfp .. in m .. a.., -. - ,.i - .-r -- ---. , - "' - $ir;wr JjrrsiM. OMcIa) County Fnper. I.II.Y and IWU.V HKIUIIT i-Mlldi- ami Prfiptlclnrs. NolIlT III C.l! (',s(l!I(l('lll. The lli.atuii. ntnlrous of reprceentiNr; esrry nKliiHrbiil in the osMiily. t furtiisb btthitipry tre. Otrrc?psHJtils utinubl lt-ir In wl.xl In write uii ne riile e j ho paper only: indulge inns rr-irlttiei ami lwiiylgu ysjur 0 tu nato us well m J he ijiiii-pltisar. A SihiiIi .Ml-) 1111 j ithl wbi-O'J lir ji.ui.l a a .trmojpr. mill in three iIrvj, ilu'j were mmriwl. Two (lajs laler 1 lii jimiisf wife Ti,vml H ilat. iron at lr liUiui, nih tin neit evening lie miuu ' whtirjc e iKriin. Ini.-Mriiii ita;, mil itiMti that jhu kti put in UW) rff ,p, iifi,n nr hIhssi. It means iImi vihi cm j-rxw iiroajifraiM im I'v-mr ten aerw. ITymi must jmt in lliOaemiil'vliant, ril light, put ji in, mi aho p to work Willi your little 1 n j: it -I ltni. I'm ..in M fhoire vurtety il" rni( tree-, hlsi-kbetriv. rxpbertrt., f...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 21 February 1895

$ i arm.aancxaaum & 5 aiucr - W cvmi. lIJliLl3llKt I.VUilY TIIUKSDAY. Katereil at POMuIlioo at Ucuvcr n otoik1 oas mill nnllrr. (Tcmporatlly.) OFFCJAh DlllKLlOHY Otmruor, , .Secretary ..Win. ( I'vllflOM, . .T.J. J.iiW Attorney Ueuerat C A. tjulbiaitli. Assistant Attorney UtucrAl.... Hoy ltutUnnu. U. S. Marshall.-. lMwiird D. SU. U.S. Attorney Caleb U. Hiooks. Uliief Justice ....I'niiik Mile. I A. 0. C. Merer. I .hi?. II. ltuib.r.1. Asioclals Justices. . . . i I 11. W. Scotl. 1 J. L. McAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. rr.ebsle Judge. .. Cutler ""H17 Clerk . f , Dyke Ilnllinper Sliciifl..., Treasurer. .... F. D. Ilcnly , . . ..J. C. Williamson :.C. 11. Wrif-ht . .'.... Dyke Hallingi-r Mrs. II. IT. Blanchanl . , II. O. Uarlico Attorney. . UegUferbf tleed.' T?i:e ftipt. of ScllOOiB. . Surveyor Coroner N A. l'tckhaui r. .!. ltlrdall. Cninilioncrs. .. n. g. l'utiii.iii. ec Howard. W'JUNM) AIIMV lU.PUBI.IC. Oklahoma Post Xo. i. Meets at the Opera Hall on ti o oml and fourth oatiirday of each tno...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 21 February 1895

It rft la ... ..o R.N r. Ff a N 1, J Tired, Weak, Nervous Hood's Sarsaporllla Restores Strength and Bodily Viffor. Tho cario of that tired, weak, nor you condition, la which so many pooplo find therosolrcR, U tho fnllurd of tho blood to properly nourish tho norrcfl and tissue. Fowl tho nerves upon puro ; blood, and thoy . will bo stonily nnd stronjj. Ilcau thlnl 11 It U with jlca uro that I rrvom I mend Hood' Sar- A soparllla a an ox- JUrt. C It. Venablo oollcnt iiprro tonlo and blood purifier, I liaro taken It KelUiftmr?, 111. raoro than oneo and am taking It new. I wa-i Urod, my body aobod, nnd I foil toot bully all over. I was afraid I Would lx nick. I thought I would Uko Hood's Barsarinrilla, and It Has Curod Mo, and I find that it is cheaper than tho doc tor's bills. Hood's 11114 aro tho bmt 1 havo over taken and I ua no other, I an Hood'sCures clad to havo an opportunity to recommend KooiViSananarUla" jm. C. II Vkxaixk, Kelthaburp, 111. Hot only UoodV Hood's PHIS bra hand made...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 February 1895

BEAVER HERALD. .y.l . VOLUME I. BEAVEK, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. NUMBER G- o THE ! . :? CURRENT COMMENT. Ai.An.VMA. has mado JolT Davis' birth day a legal holiday. KoiiTit Tr.XAS has put in tho biggest crop of oats over known in tho history of tho state. Ax Ohio judge decides that SlO.OO'l should bo tho maximum amount al lowed for loss of a life. Fitir.NDLY natives havo warned for eigners that an Egyptian revolution will begin on February 20. TllF. bond issue has been declared a great success by the syndicate. Tho issue was over-subscribed ten times in 'Now York and as many more in Lon don. " rj-,v.,TjiE CixUCornlaorangn-crop. now ready to be picked is estimated at a, S0O.OOO boxes, and it is said that some of the growers-will realize 8100 an acre for their fruit. TiniiTKr.K million children in the United States are now statfj fng tho ciTccts of alcohol on tho human system. Scientific temperance teaching has also lccn introduced into many foreign countries. W...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 February 1895

u fl 4 U I i 1 1 1' ? I feMOr.A13t1 .knsUL iCcttrcr Official County Pspor. I.H.Y !j HOLLY lritlUIlT Editors nml Proprietor.. iottco to CinppomIpiii. Tne IIxkauiIs dixiious of reprrtentinjt evert .neighborhood In the county. We furnish stationery free. Cnrrcupondents should bear io mloJ to write on one ride o (he pper only; Indulge iu no personalltta and always t'ign your o vn naue as writ ns the non-de-plume. On sweetly, pleasant thought (iBtnu til na nnr ft. lit .,' It winn be long tllj weotn my, 1'leaie do not clot the door. inter Ocean. WHEN IT WILL DIE. A Kentucky Poem on thiDemooratic Parly' Lame of Llfo. When the lon cite grass like an ox. And the flatting worm awallon s a whalej When the terrapins In t woolen socks, And tlioharola ontrun by tho snalli .When the serpenta wIk upright lilt- men, Anil tbo doodle-bug s trarel like troga. When lhegTaa.liopp,rfcrs on hen. And foathrr are found on hog ; WVn Tfioma. at s Im In tlu air. And cl pliant loewt npon t'eea. Whn inaec1 In snm...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 February 1895

o rnmtwmsM. iwimiii mat, mttrtsutxr jwtfr fSJJimtfel runusiiKD lsrintY Thursday, Enter'! at postoflico At Bearer as second claM mail matter. (Temporarily.) 0FF01AL DIRECTORY QtTernor IVm, C. Hcnfrow. Betretary T.J, Lone. AlUrney General C A. Oatbrallli. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman. B. S. Marshall Edward I). Six. V, S. Attorney .Caleb H.llrooks. GhJaf Jnitlo Frank Dale. f A. Q. C. llierer. I Ja. II. Buriord. Ansaitt JuBtieet. ... H. W. Scott. I.J. L. MoAtce. COUNTY OFFICERS. PraVata Judge Cai tor "Ti-ity Clark Dyke Ballipger Sheriff F. D. Healy Treasurer J. C. Williamson r Attorney,.... n. ., C. It. Wright Register of Deeds'. Dyke Ballinger Hupt. of Schools Mrs. II. K. Ulanchard SafTtyar R. 0. Barbco Coroner. ...i N. A. Peokham f F. J. Birdsall. CemniijjUners II. E. 0. 1'utman. (. Lee Howard. 6KAND ARMY REPUBLIC. Otlnhouift Post No. 4. Meets at the. Opera Halt on bro ond and fourth tMturday of each month, at 2 o'clock p. m. All Visiting, comrads are cordia lly willed t...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 February 1895

p BEFORE isssnsi MfHBB Wribc blood dis. case I had spent hundreds of dollars trying various remedies and physi cians, none of Nvhich did mc any good. My finger nails came off and my hair came out, leaving mc perfectly bald. I then went to Hoping to be cured by this celebrated treatment, but very soon bscame disgusted and decided to try S.S.S. The cflect was truly wonderful. I commenced to recover at once, and after I had taken twelve bot tles I wascntircly cured cured by S.S.S. when the woria renowned Hot KnrinM had filled. lkSoUVok 0t nook ca iM Diimm n A l TreumeM culled fre ! to inj HjiSL swift srccipic co.. auwu.g. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KEMMEDV'S MEDIGALP1SG0VERY. DONALD KENNEDY, cf ROXBDRY, MASS,, Has discovered In one of cur common pasture weeds a remedy that euros aery kind of Humor, from t'.te worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except In two cases (both thunder humor.) He lias now in his...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 March 1895

rWWW!jSn t v , y. c ':i c . ' ." . c ;u THE BEAVER it? HERALD. i VOLUME t. BEAVEK, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1895. NUMBER -?w THE TOP FLOOR. Noisy sparrows build their nesti Underneath tho cares: 1 can almost touch their breasts In tho straw and leaves. From tho housotops o'er tho way Curious pigeons peer At tno as I rhyrao each day t Only tenant hero. Jloir they pout, and coo and kUf I All tho bright day long! i I can learn a trick from this t Love and then a songi 3ong for Blx-poncol It Is well) For tho muslo floats Freely as tho notes that swell From tho birds' clear throats. ! Ilcre's a song then; Llfo Is sweot. Though It hurries byi , Cheerily tho world I grcot, J Up six stories high. Knowing little of Its cares: Closer to tho skies: A Lore who 111 rot climb tho stairs In tho window Dies. And I hold n man may loro Nobly, truly, when j Ho Is lodged so far aboro ' All his fcllow-inent For ho breathes a purer air: Days nro nover dim: Stars that ttngo tho atmosphera ll...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 March 1895

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 March 1895

irr-tf?. " ri'BllSltKD KX 1 ttY TUUltSDAV. KulercJ t I'osiufflce kt llwiver na seesud-j clu mall mailer. (Temporarily.) a kiwis - - - - fi oo n:n VKAK. .APVhRTIStM DATES tU80 knOWD Oil ap plication, OFFICIAL DlllELlORY Governor, Win. C. ttenfrow. gjarctary .'. T.J, Lone. Attorney General C A. Galhinitb. Aeiittftut Attorney General..., Hoy Hodman. U. S. Marshall UJward D. Nix. M. 8. Attorney Caleb K.Urooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f A. 0.. Merer. I .)ns. II.HuriurJ. Aiioehts Jutticc. . . . ) II. W. Siolt. I J. L. McAtee. COUNTY OFFIORRS. ,1'reWa Judge Caller livy Clerk ,. Dyke Ualllnger fclheiit F. D. Hcnl.v Treasurer I. C. Willianipflti Attorney.. . . j C. 11. Wright Itejislcr of Deeds Dylso Ualllnger .Supt of Schools Mrs. II. V Illanclianl Surveyor ; It. O, Ihrhce Oorouer ,' N. A. Pick ham f F. J. nirdsnll. 'Ceniuussioners -j It. K G. Put man. j ( Lee Howard, C.K.& W.TlME'iAllLE . flOI.Nu BUT. leaves EngletVooJ . ...3..r5 a. in. Arrives at Wichita 2.U0 r- m. MOINfl WfcBT. ,ca...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 March 1895

P',fc J- I, hi. ib ' IK i in; ' ii MABOli fwi 11IL Arc the Months PURIFY YOUR E The Best Blood HOOD'S SARSAPAR8LLA Which Purifies, Vitalizes and Enriches the Blood. At this season everyone should Ufce n pool iprfag aodldse. Your blood must bo purified or yon will bo neglecting year health. There U a cry from Nature for help, and unless there Is prompt nnd satis factory response you will bo liable to Syri ans Illness. This demand can only bo net by the puri fying', enriching and Blood-Vitalizing elements to bo found In Hood's Sorsapirllla. "My mother-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe, at tho ago of 73 years, was attacked with a violent form of salt rheum j it spread all over her body, and her hands nnd llnbs wore dro&dfal to look at. At tho jime time, ray llttlo daughter Clara, who was just ono year old, was attacked by n similar disease, llko scrofula. It arpcared in ( 5( and only QUAINT Each vine nc PROVERDS. xls its stick. Lorn bardy. Oxn cap is worth one hundred hoods. Italian. Lo...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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