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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 February 1901

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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 1901

T ., ' it.. (S1. . tf W.T . . ' TT- Hrrw r 4f i .wr . .' i y $ - ---l .,- ' s -V ' V "- . ' 1 . IV" ' ,i.4o7"r ' ' VJ. 7 .',- " F r' ,r rx Thu Largest ClrcnUtloit orunjr Sewpier in Wef orn Oklahoma. BEAVER A?aSaaBawaaBV .PtawSjBSjBWaarJ HERALD. ' It, f n .,' 4.I 3 newspaper; j 4. , 'Vi;-' 7 VOL. XL V. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 7 1901, h r NEWSOFJTHVICINITY Windy? Ye. Walton McCnol w In town today. ' Barnard Lammnrt wss inleiTlnwinp our eltixent Saturday. Bernsrd Ullrich caino in wlih load of freight this inrnlofc. I'raik Ling and wifo of Clear Like, LUd In the city today. (Irani Perkins of listen wsi a caller in Beater Monday. J. B.Oullom or Clear Liko spent teverst d.jH In twn this wofk. Burn To Mr. nd Mrs. Wallacn Qnlnu. Thursday. 'n- A 11 Unrrnlt . and wifo of Logtn were li town Monday. 0. P. Sound has Rone out to Elm wuud to liuld meeting. Bunnell Gardner U now worklnis in Texas. William Purkur hv. charge or 0. Ilyr'a livery siahlo. Auo;tit Hfiro...

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 1901

-y ft vvi r -. . . r rf BEAVER HERALD. W. P. DAVES, Publisher. BKAVKB, OKLAHOMA 1901 FEBRUARY. Py'y'8VTrV'5V,vw'Y 1901 m. m. turn, vn. not nu ut. " II H Jt II ?. JL T7 7820 222 23 24 25 26 27 28 :4HMH'i TOPICS OP THE DAY. Awful to Contemplate. In Germany the Imblt of Inoiirrlnc; loans In ofilelnlly known nH "nnlelhe wlrtichnft." If In It nny linrtlcr to pay In Ocnnnny tlmn It In to borrow, It must bo something awful. ' trill Not M to flea It. Robert 1. I'ortcr prrilicU n popr. latlon of 300,000,000 in tho United States nt tlio closo of tins present ccn Jury, but lio will ncer hnvo the satis faction of saying: "I told you so." Her Household Dlil Not Staffer. A daughter of Lucy Stonn make the point that Queen Victoria wan a woman In active polities, nud yet left II direct dcseendantH ns a proof tlmt Iter household hnil not suffered on that account. BoatmeU Htanits Atone. Former Gov. Iloutwell, of Massachu setts, is the only thing ninn who was tho executive of a state BO year go. Ho wa...

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 1901

t) A u i'T .3 & 1 T ss A v "'' (. $ v , J V4 4' ' i ,- c Tl MlnMfl If LHI FMMMi la this workaday world few womea are to placed that physical exertion Is not constantly demanded of them In their dally life. Mrs. Plnkham makes a special appeal to mothers of largo families whoso work la norcr done, and many of whom suffer, and suffer for lack of intelligent aid. To women, young or old, rich or poor, Mrs. Plnkham, of Lynn, Mass., extends her invitation of free advice. Oh, women I do not let your lives bo sacrificed when a word from Mrs. Plnkham, at tho first approach of 1 i. as 1 Ronald's face had fatten. There wss . . 1 1 somethinr In the Idea oi iou Jias- Tlie Wflrid ArilflSt mm 1 Brooke's patronage that offended his By WILL N. HARBEN. Coprrlibt, 19B9.br A.N. Kcllof s Ntnpiptt Company. '.' -sssnntW "Mas. Oajuuk OcLtBvrua. weakness, maw All your future years with healthy joy. "When I began to tako TiVtlla B. Plnkham's Vcgctablo Compound 1 was not nblo to do my housework. I suf fere...

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 1901

:v J-. t-vet to -i .-- -tv gy v l-f ";! ''''JLjfir- ' Fr v'.ljjiav-cr JiijcreiU!. nil- . riini.tsinni i:i r.r. iiiuiimiiai. ..?' . . nt; . n V.:wev3riC''' wawv-v-cxw AJrcct 1.1 . T A K " 7 3 If kl & Official County Papor. -Mirrvtir--'-'y- -i.en -.--.fy N. F, DAVE9. KM'W and IToprldor. MAUiJlt CHOdJirl, AHlto Editor. ft. &- KJL i . i, Entstrd at pmloflics Hi Heaver 0. T. aa aeajod olsss matter April I?, 18'J.V tElWtH - - - - 1 W t'EII VUAIt. itivanTtsisn srei w'U knn en kp- )liMli0B A, T. & 8, F. R'Y CO, r; ICAf.TItr.Tnf.. 5MII. 1. lew. HMHTATS VKr-l)llf Kx. in ;i.-"o71" rTJ.iVTT.ift. 4. is . m in.jn a. tn. X VHT- Dll it. iin TX, m T tt I'll). :.t i.tt.. ti la. in. I ' v Ml p.m. I 7.41a in. Mf.ia.m I lti. P'ni. t ct.to am. e'cw O'l Ahtv a qpl.ey Jtnlr inn Win l' Newt II KHliaiio City :l s ii i ' nX) n, :i -ill ii. ' i2 at p. m . I " I 0 II. m. J " A 4 1 I'. in. Till Hanta K It'iiil" run Hi lnl"t lm nr.Tl .qiliiiiiul Hint It known, nn IU !' Snttnr Train.. C'lltvKI 11 fV ti...

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 March 1901

III ,- 'j! ,-j . :- .. ) , - . , i ; -..,(,Ur(feHtClrc.,1..i;M,l R P II f B LH ll P D A B PH i BK i I pS&BKmi BfliHRVBM M IN -J - Bfir da fTi a Hi 7ggg BbBHSTG Slip1 HI -.... VOL. XIV. MMMiyywwwwwiwwwaMwM V. VW"? ' 3 : I , , ', , -ST" -i .! ' - iO ""' . ' ' i ' Ui J, ., ; , ' tf ' r .T tr '1 "n ,' ' i?l : V i- ' . i . 1 rjTf '. t -- -r-52-J u , f r 0 UKST KhAliOM il&f..9pjiPE!t. I '?& t -- Ti foA 'luwwi'wmnwi MiAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA .TERRITORY, THURSDAY. M RCII 14 1901. NEWS OF THE VICINITY IVttl Parker w.ti in town liii week. K. 0. Dunlop of Clout LtU wu in town yesterday. II Daily, of Lick wood r a Rcmo.' caller Wedne.d iy. How wns Tueeday for a windy sandy djj? M. K. Hualinga of Luekwoml, w In i ,.nrc,l ft,0k, who ling cliarijo of S luiirkud cbi"fipo In llio Tt'ntlur tmil; ptui't I11T" SitnrJity. Tliu wind How luird It 1. 111 tliu north imd Immulil with ii r.in nd mihw, Murn nimw Ml on I but d.iy limn hn lallon here during tho ievloiM winter. The wuatht-r Ik p...

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 March 1901

fS. ; &' .. r! si to K ffw IUF (V V I ;, rv l r If" V, BEAVER HERALD. N. P. DAVE8, Publlihar. BEAVKR, . OKLAHOMA ' OURRENT COMMENT. ' 'Vermont Invites Inspection of licr 13 cx-gorcrtiors an exnmtilcs of how conducive tlio state's cold winters nro to longevity. Green mountain boys hare nlvvnys been loiifr lived. Tboy don's run to flcih but they Inst. A' Wh ' The pcoplo of Chicago spend nn sunlry over $32,000,000 for nmuscniciits, a sum r renter tlmn th nnnunl rev enues of tbo Mcxlcnn government. Orer $4,000,000 nro expended nnimnlly by Chlcnfjo pcoplo upon lheuter tickets nlonc. 'According to the latest returns here nro 807,471 paupers In England, 07,047 in Scotland ntid 07,587 In lrc nnd, supported nt nn annual cost to tho public of $07,000,000. A serious part of tho problem is tbnt the num ber grows no smaller. 'A doctor in New York claims to bnvn discovered nn "arsenical vwilk," duo to tho uso of Impure beverages. Tho tir cnlo acctimulnteH in tho system, hardens tho muscles an...

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 March 1901

f. . -ii-' ' . "" -: i j V , .If' fc iSC; ' ." .' - - ts v r rn t $ fs " WHAT IS OVARITIS? A dttll, throbblnu Pln, accompanied j a mbm of tenderness and heat low down In the nlilc, with an occasional aftootlaff pain, Indicates Inflammation. On examination It will bo found that Je tfJ?n.!.P,n " omg swell. for. This Is the first stogo of OTarltls, Iniaasaatlon of tho ovary. If the roof of your houso leaks, my sister, you havo it Sxed at oneo j why not nay the same, respect to your own body ? Yon need not, you ought not to let Jour-elf go, when one of your own sex olds out tho helping hand to you, and will advise, yon without money, and without price. Write to Mrs. IMnlcham. Lynn, Mass., and tell her all your symp W KBBvVrtk fcJ?33- S?33933WWB Here and There In Oklahoma. Mas. Axxuc Am. teaa. Iler experience In treating re male Ills In greater than any otlicr living person. Following is a letter from a woman who la thankful for avoiding a terrible operation. "I waa suffering to such an ...

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 March 1901

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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 March 1901

"W J if ; r W c .'.m f.T 7 A i! tf iV . ? s i W o ' - r. iK ,?-t 'it if .. W i ', W ; r U a V i.' V ' 'lltu L.ir,rMt Circulation of nnjr Nerrsnattcr I" West crn Oklahoma. BEAVER j LLaC HERALD. A V. f A J VOL. XIV. HE! 'I 1312AVIR, BHAVER COUNTY, 0tCLHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2! 1901. NEWS OF THE VICINITY m ; sick fur HfeS ' - .1 Count A'Mr Jutlv is bnMly cn f!UK'.'il wllh his w,"l mn"r. A lift-tat ruin (olhiwetl by how visited 1I1I. placo Monday nluni, Mi Il Shorn, nf IMkvlor, is vMl. fin wild Mm. J. W. Wtbli. Dili llnrron is cnnGne.l In her bed w'uli itui'llitir. William ItVililicl lriiiiilod aod de horned calllo last wcik. A. F, Gorman nf Mi'uile mw l (own 1111 busing lie Brat "I" ,nC week. I) m't Ml to ee Hnlin & llrown, l.ikral, KnnHii! Tor owl. Wiley lUioileNol' Nye wan called ! MciVfr t Iii- wick 1111 busltu-M. Hutry UtfJit ofMeado wrs io tuitn I bin week. Cuuiiiy Attorney Wriftjlit returned to lltuvur thin week. Mn II B 0 Petiuim rai erveral duvo lust week. Fred Slm...

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 March 1901

') v 4' 'Vr' "' ' ,1. ' v. It I -l 'i bbt . . v k fa i UJ V ft y IJ". 5..V 'lll .? V V CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. A Remarkable Experience of a Prominent Statesman. - jj COINIIEfSMAN MEEKiSON GIVES ENDORSEMENT. PERU-NA A HIGH BEAVER HERALD. beaver, N. F. DAVES, Publisher. OKLAHOMA TOPICS OF THE DAY. H.KiJcTflf Library from L'arnrtla. Andrew Cnrneglc's latest lllirary hrek Ik for SImki. It goes to Oyslcr !(ny, l. I., tin- Ileum of Vlrt 1'roMiclcnt lloorirll, where n committee In en raged In raising $5,000 t build nud iili a rending room. Py&aiR1-""5 lit l'lan WnuM llnte llrrn ClirapT. The battleship Kentucky made no Impression whuti'wr upon tin; sultan it Turkey, iinil tin; missionary claims remain unpaid. 1 In old plnn m hciiii 'ng n iltin on n postal card would hate been iiiiii'Ii cheaper. Ciotrrnmrnt itrnnr for HO lsr. According to the latent statistical bulletin. In 110 yearn the gross re ceipts of tlie United State have imonnted to $32.CW,ai5,SlS.13. Ill that time tin gotrrnincnt ...

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 March 1901

I ' 'r f I .a : T i 4 H v ,& '.iS r4 t mm CP' I 'I VI U" BRlGA nrhroAL XCMAftrYo (Copyright, ito?, by P Tennyson Nesly.l TIL CoNtiNunn. 00 tulles nwny, nnil CHAPTER Ilcno wns some not until Into the next livening did the grays rench the lonely post. ISot n elgn of hostile Indian hnd been seen or licnril, snld the officer In command, Small bnmls of hunters were out to ward Pumpkin Ituttc two days before. Yes, Ojrnllnllns nnd n scouting par ty, working down the valley of the Powder, had met no band at nil, though trails were numerous. They were now patrolling toward the llljr Horn. Per Imps there'd bo n courier In to-morrow. Hotter get n good night's rcRt mean time, he said. Hut nil the Kami he doubled his gunrds nnd ordered extra vigilance, for nil men knew John I'ol som, and when 1'olnotn was nnxloiiH on the Indian tpicstinn it wiih time to look alive. Daybreak came without n sign, but Folsoin could not rest. The grays had no authority to g beyond Ilcno, but such wis his nnxlety...

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 March 1901

ESS J r '..:' I -.., v ..-v . Hi .'. i , ', -,it. t , ' H '..' -I i 1 1 ?.' ftr 1 l .' 't w pv n.f ki 2C a w .Slr-fA IW.' l Jilt, " f ft. 1C- J. v Mr il ', m I. i'i i' fe' it .V -I TlftUflljUt r.ri.HV Tllt'lMiAV. ?cxs9?1a.. it.Tursjv.x ws i Ofl'.oLl Caunty Vapor. CORRESPONDENCE. Wo are tintiiiEf rjulip windy wi'ilhrr it prrcfut. 'Ilif wind lino W.iwti inilit j H l"l nl' fl'l'll MWny. Tlu'10 IlilVIt Imtii Mir.: N. rg-g.uu.,.:v. ?,'.,, '.--g-.- '.:am t.-viril litiynirk h'nwr. iff i.f wuiiitiii . I', l IV.'K lilit-r mil i r iprl'ifT. I . i ,i i i , .. . . ...... ... . .... HIM Mm wind, Jo.1 IupkiIhV', Ulm't '- MftflHi .(4, ,.i hi- M nr, , ' ' t. 4 I.- ''it ? tr- .,rrr;ra:.j.-iJL..f 2.tr ; -..r lliilflrii M fimiiilllri1 HI ltfn.fr II. ' a. eo.ui4cl.iM hi iiU'i- Ti! I'.'. iMI.'i. tKIOId - - -"" . tin fl'.lt VIIAlt. invrarni.NO IIATK III. 1' H'lOflO nil Up fl lo-il loli A, T. A 81f, R'V 00, i,o''t.iir. r,in, M.ii. 1, in o. z:vt-iiHm hndii'vi-i invir-')llY ' t' I" ,n . : mi l'I ' n iii JTi...

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 March 1901

vi?'r j ; r h A , v i ..',"'' v, ' -V-, ,''.. .'" t- a 'i t - A !' -r. - V:' -j '4 . o Jits' '.,' .'!, v- ifc lll Tlio" Largest Circulation nf any Xrntftpcr " Went cm Oklahoma. BEAVER 'A v HERALD. 4' i, . '' ; s .,'.. '5., v'f.,''' an ," VwKLAHOM NtwfPApfits l. V MTit '.jmTi VOL. XIV. HEAVER, HEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 2b 1901. 'MSA' r'; . ft !' k. I 3 - . BV' - H . 'V V NEWS OF THE VICINITY Three peddlers snipped over In town Saturday. Ocoryu Iiontr, of Eiiijlewood, wns In town Monday, 0. K. Heobs ol Benton transacted builness In Heuvcr Suluriluy. (Jlmrlo Craniner mitdo finsl proof on hlscldtm atturlny. Otto Hurlij wss ilutnK buMncnK in town tiaturdnv. Mr. Slovens of Liberal was a caller in town Friday, SlicrlfT llibbs returned last week friitn a business trip. Miner Hubbard T Gto nisdo Gnul ptwol' In support of bit claim Saturday. V. 0. Tmcy has eotHtructcd u new phll'orru in front of bin more. It. It. Uant, of Cloar Like, win here Miinduy. T. 0. Brnlilwoii...

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 March 1901

.v U 4 fc y V n 4l. 'J " V O 2 ,i) & Ty$ , E' it MOT OF MOTHERS. t w c. Iffcrt Mfferlaff frequently results, rWat a taottier kraonuneet or mora yj; reanaatly from a molhcr'n neglect to i -n, - jj ujiui i j inairtiut tier uaugmcr I V: tt ijA K:V . rlt V Oft; :-'km t-ir- .;- ; . V1 ikf. K il 4 V it V. I? 3 ""( i,1 L f V '3? r ,' .. f v r A. Traaltloa bats "woman must nuf r," aad young women aro so taught There U a little truth and a great deal of exaggeration In this. If a young1 WOtaaa Buffers severely sho needs treatment, and her mother should sco that aha gets It. Many mothers hesitate to take their laughters to a physician for examina tion t but no mother need hcsltato to Write freely about her daughter or herself to Mrs. Tinkham and ncctiro the most efficient advlco without barge. Mrs. Flnkham's address Is Lynn, Mass. BaaC?TCMM i H ' BaaSsi Mrs. August Pfalzgraf, of South Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady whoso portrait wo hero publish, wrotu Mrs. l'lnltlmm In January, is...

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 March 1901

4 1 fl u I s ' tI.'1 I." I v i - :-:' y. -r! ' iStW & w)x:'Wffl or AM If ffl- V ..V'ft , A . ft ft" U'i ' II v' Ji1 i "' l. y4ti Km. ' 1i M ,& i v. fj i J i . 'X V y V .1 "!, S . US ' US" MUstfW'-' Sill T . iF ICentUht itr. by f Tennyson Nm.) CHAPl'IJlt IV. CottTl.ttJED. But tho quartermaster said he'd tried it with thoto very mules, between Emory and Mcdlctna How n dozen times, nnd ho'd risk it. Tho driver could get oft hla sent if hu wanted to, ' and run alongside, but hol stay where ho was. "Ltt mo out, please," said tho en gineer, and jumped to tho ground, and then, the cavalcade pushed on again. The driver, ns ordered by an employer whom ho dare not disobey, let tho reins drop on tho mules' backs, tho troopers falling behind, the yellow ambulance and the big baggage wagon bringing up the rear. Then, with a horacmnn on each side, tho mules were persuaded to push on again, and then when fairly started , .Uurlclgli called to tho troopers to fall back, so that tho mules sho...

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 March 1901

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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. — 4 April 1901

" -" . ' . V V I. it 's$ tl ?' ' ' ,..'A. f" & ni rHE BEAVER HERALD; "; .t v i W(1 VOL. XIV. BEAVER, HEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 4 1901, NO 48 NEWS OF THE VICINITY I)..iil fall 10 bit Hoiin Si Hrown, Liberal, Knmas, for emit. Tim Meade pipen Miuio ilmt Ueorne V lij wan atrjultted 11 week. The yniinKet diil.l of Mr nd Mm J,. !. Juilj, ol KivcihMi', I' tilll "ick. Mm. J. J. Ilsgsler who bus been s uk i better. Mi'kJmiiic J. K. Genre and GIr. Martin openl "H.v rul il) in town l-t week vimiiue; with friends. Tne ilmico ejven by Jiff MeiidcrMin Ft id ty nijjhl wai reported to be a pleas Miit affair. Mr. unil Mm. Owen Luuhrin went tu Woodward county hut week lo vili' with their sou J mm Lmliriii. Don't full to Uko advantage of the reducid prices in photographs at Mr. Yrit;lw'rt studi". V I. Clothier cxpectn hi mother Mrs S A I'M 'It el' UlauKwell, Indian Terrllor), in com l.ern in May, A K. Morgan, nl Newinn, a cmaiii of James linker, of this place, filed un tin...

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. — 4 April 1901

A.y J 'J $ 1 1-aatlas- of YVItowataaa Parte. II ta aM that the ttxrt which hart Ms ttlepark famous, are Kradealii de fctot. TWi briM to Bind the fact that leeKaa la the law of the world. llcallh ii M Meet precious possession in the world. sad tee treat ears cannot be f-iven to It. In . i.!1 y honId rtnew your atre njrth, reviUlts Tour blood and nerves with the jet at an asdt-inea, Uostetttr'a Stomach PHten. It alto curea stomach disorders. Baraeetaeae. "Brer notice," aeked the cornfed philoo aher, "that when a man wanta to mike fen think he ia speaki-is from the bottom at hie heart he tpck at the top of hie eelcef IadknapolU Press. Caeaa Ratea to California. Febrmarr 12th and each Tuesday there Her, aatu and includinc April 30tb, Special Low Rate Colonist Tickets will be told Tit fee Eeathern Pacific' Comnanv's "Ocden" tad "Saaaet" Houlea to all points In Calif or Ua. The rate wid be: From Chicago M.OO, from 6t. Louis, Memphis and New Means 977.50. from Omaha, Kansas City, it-, 933....

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. — 4 April 1901

o ' ') '' ;: U 0 !-' I r it A4 7r !: i -j ? n- n l; jTi &: afc- f "' I jfMtHUHUHIMItttimi M I; Two Big Pains jj ' 9n to be the htriUf t of tin ; human family artrrwhtre, vlsi " ' Rheumatism and Neuralgia bat there I one tare tail pnmipt care for both, vlti I Si Jacobs 09 I! HlHIIllllHlltlDIIIIHtJ FAMED CYCLORAMA A RUIN. rklllpydfraas'a Plrtnra of Gattra. ' Battle Lisa Neglect In rtoalna. The famous panorama of the bat lie of Qettyebursr, whloh Tnul Philip, gioteaux painted In the early 'SO, Ss fjolnjr to rack anil ruin in a Boston elty lot. It has been stored for 13 pears In a wooden box about 30 ftet tilgh, two and one-half feet wide and HO feet in length. A tiny pitched roof extends over the box, but the (weather has played sad havoc with tjoth the roof and the box and the canvas is badly damaged, i This painting cost $100,000, and (Phlllppoteaux the elder considered It its greatest work. The painting was duplicate for Boston of the orig inal, which waa made for Chicago by ith...

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