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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 August 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. — 29 August 1901

Y T n-. -. . 1 T v r u .W' jr isJ t r ESt (t f om THE BEAVER HERALD of t "?4 1 1 VOL. XV. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 1901. r HEWS Of THE .J Subscribe for ibf Ubavkr IIeralp. Ootid olean frceb gtnocriei always on baed at Roberts, Webb and McKillipi M VV Aimtiais or Nye wu t Beaver oilier Tuesday. Pied Deobe of Alpino was in town 8tiirday. Ualvin Glenn of Optima wai tram acting business iu Drsrsr Monday. t'loU McSbioc, a litllo daughter ol IttT. McSlune, was quite sick latt Weik with (ever, but U now hotter. Caspor Ilcdiiinur relurued home thin wcik From Uodgo City wliers bo had been far aoveral ronnlba. Attorney A T Iiodlu uf Mcsde ii in town on basiurss. Dyke Bulliogcr it expected to arrito home today. William flalcy of Fulton ia in town oi uasincss. Lester Rhodes of Nye was a Bearer Ciller yesterday. Wiley ULodes of N'yo trsossrsled luaineaa in towa Wedneiiday. Tom Martin of Nye was a Beater rilitorooe day this week. Tke Christian Endeavor meetin...

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. — 29 August 1901

,i "' V'-1 !. T ir ri" a 4- i ri" "'-ll l F? KP "r w -V- -. :i5iir-T I j, :.y fit- m it v: ; to 1 tv t Urfi'. r iff 't u. BEAVER HERALD. N. P. PAVM. Fubtierter. MATBB, OKLAHOMA : . :C "Ol W-. THf HEART OF THE WOODS. J hear it beat In mornlitK still When April eklc have lost their gloom, And through the wood there rutin a thrill That wakee Arbutu Into bloom. 1 hear It throb In iproutlnfr May A multled murmur on the brec. J.lke mellow thunder league away, A booming voice of dlttsnl sen. In daisied June I catch Iti roll. Pulling through the leafy shade; 'And fain 1 am to reach It goal. And tee the drummer unafraid. Or when the autumn ten ves are hed, And frot attend the fading year. 1.1k aecret mine iprung by my tread A covey burata from hiding near. X ft tt Ita pule 'mid winter mown. And fetl my own with added force. When, red ruff drop hl cautious poie. And forward take hli humming coure. The atartled birches shake their curl. X withered leaf leap In the breeae Bome hidden mortar apc...

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. — 29 August 1901

i32, !A y .- fi .-.4 it V- r - (tj "'V ,ifT . Q,'' '. i".f otkkji f r M ?. v ?, v tv Copyright, IMS. by J, II. Mpplncolt Com. pany. All right reserved. 1 ' 1 i " , WW W&HtfajE!.lVl 4 - . JU 't) CIIAt'TKIt II. CnicTiKcnn. "Till: In the hour I hate been hero jou have found nn untrodden waj- to the heart of Mellaril Homer. I know now thnt no womnu was ever (here before join none will ever follow you. I may not he here to give you my linnd I do not know theclrctimstfltires that surround jou, or ex en If In winning your sympathy I nm playing false but wherever jou nre. remember that my soul follows, and I would keep guard otcr you If I might." He spoke with an earnestness nnil pnsttnn that dis turbed ond alarmed himself. Some thing tike a groan burst from bis lips when he realized how far he had cTm inlttcd himself, and he sank back In his ehair. There presently she found him, and resting her hand timidly upon bis arm. she said, gently: "What would jou have mc answer you?" Slio was p...

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. — 29 August 1901

EJLHI idi,( Wl ' 1 r Vi :VV' " q' to Y- 1 mm tj' . p.i T 'H fyf'WrTiin Tifiiii(i iiriVir',iTjr-"ii7jjj.-, u" v r u c fife m. J K Hf8l4SM KVikr tNVMAr. Vti'ant iiNS flttUl tawty Pa-tar. M. K. DATM. tobHeaer. . . ii a Catrvi Ml KwofRo at Beaver 11. T. a mmI elase metier April 12. 19-1. TBRM& - - '- -II 00 I'Cil YEAR, Ahwmmo T aia-le eojnon ap- fltenllnn JLt . T7 IP. R'T CO. 1.WM..TiTtt.. J. 1. I. anar-Patty aa. nn L . am Ttt pre. UM P.M.. USa.rn. zjsp.m.i T a a.m. anie.m. I 11 t HI., r.W ant. TATIUS4 "KmiFow Oil"" Ashtiviit Mitlma WleMl Kan City winr-naiir r. rCl". p.m. 4.4i III in. a. m Mfl p. m a n a. in .1X0 II III. "i!Mpm. I H.lll. J "get p.m. :l TS Ba'tU K flniit rune lh letat Im aeeJ espitpiiienl that It known, on It ra- a a fat Train. Cmpo-i Tli-k'laa 1 1 tnall points. aid Reg fsge Ch-ek4 t de.tlrelh n, rnrtntx.nl'i, II e table.. r.r env liar nrurraatlorr, apply In the uieralineid.r to W.J. Slack. O. r.aT.t., Tnptke. Kan.na. IC. K Jastas, Ag-nt. F.oghrwond, Kansas, COUNTY N...

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. — 5 September 1901

'! r 'r"f J'" J 4 A '1 M f V " , XilJjJ BEAVER H ERALD j ". .? M JT '"J.4, . .; i . "j . mimnni'i VOL. ini mfu wwa XV. I3EWER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS i9ot. NEWS OF THE 4 J. V. Thnmpion win plastering tliu flohoot liotiii) Isst week. Art Thomas painted llio court room recently. I'rstifc Hoguo was up on tlio Cimar ron till wok. Ltwrcnco McCabo contorapliilcs sow Mjj souio wheat this lull. Mr. Henry Molt anil Jilts Martin or (Jlitie wero lliaver callers yesterday. CVII on J. P. UJoll & Co , for seed rje, Liberal, Kutnsus, f w Mm. J. J. Uugslcy lins been sick fur fcovural Jays this wotk. . h M. W. Aushutz was In town lat wtik. Win, Dick of Nyo was in town yes. tcrday on buness. County Treasure! Put man and wile went to 'Liberal yoMcrduy Bomo repairs bnvo been ruado about the church wiililii tbo week. J. litiucKitrd lias lud somo new tooling placed on bis dwelling house- H U Duiilnj) and dmightor Miss Llz zto of Clear Luke were in tuwu Monday Good cl...

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. — 5 September 1901

'$ . 'f f WY; - ' " n M,. f r 1 t; i. -a;.o .' A'v 'I r-. h .. J r . si ,r BEATER HERALD. M. r. AVM. PuMHther. BBAtM, ' WtLAlOMA TOPICS OP THE DAT. .1 CnrluuM I'hnrnrter. TImmii-ih folniKiifi, "H yrara oM nml Aorth JI.'.O.OOO, whixllcil In VlncfiincN Intl., I ho nilicr ilny, woh n curio vb .'hnrni'lcr. lie illil not kiiow lion to rrml or write, nrvrr oiitcroil a rhtiroli 4ml twin one of I lit- moxt profane wcnrcm nml liiirtlrnt drinker In tho Tip for flpernlitllar Hanker. An Indiana brink ofllclnl who tried to place money In tho vniilta of tlic In titutlon liy (peculating In the Mock market nml wlio wiih Kcntrncrd to n term of ten yearn in prlnon linn liven pardoned. Till oiifrht to lie very en rourogintr to Uiokc bunkrrM who nro illitponcd to uprcnlnte. Thr Cur Vnrneloaa Itrmler. Nlcholim If, in n voriu'lmiN rrmlor. Ife nml tin cznrlim cl u rcnt ilnl at plenmir from diFiMifmln new work together, Ifnllko Alexander III., Iliu prenent ernr In moHt Catholic In lint tauten nnd Ih nrqiin...

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. — 5 September 1901

k si1f s-vr VU '4iT W ' . 't P MirBPTjw2.muM STH riiM .HMtfOTLL Copyrlaht, 1F99, by J. U. Mpplncolt Com pany. All rights reserved. CII.U'THU It. Co.NTlMir.i). T)r. llrodnnr wus rescued from a bad complication by his especial treas ure, Joe, the driver. "do and brlnjr your mother," lie mild, quickly, na he lifted the unconscious Bonier runt the cnrrlngo In rant of his onicr. "Don't lone one sccondl Keep your mouth Bhut." Joe wns out of hearing before the doctor rcnclivd ti in opcrnllnR-room. The doctor's ns slstnnt, half dressed, appeared quick ly. Soiners wan stretched upon a tnblc, nnd hi wound critically exam ined. The bullet hnd entered over nnd behind the rljihl er, nnd the ldc of his head win clotted with blood. A second wound nu Inch nrthcr hack brraitiR visible nn the blood wns washed away, but n probe carefully Inserted In the forwnrd wound cmne nut of the other, touching the skull In puss Injj. There was no pnrtlclc of brnln mntter In the blood. "Syneopn from concussion," a...

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. — 5 September 1901

jr l,-fJ-: A V $ u & MR- C?"X J r Y vx M:'V , - AW s emttr ernUl. . 7 n. E7. Ik. f W iX S li .- ri w w. n It 0' n ,e , in VOBMflltfob KVtft'.Y TIIUllHUAV. OPJoiat County Papar.. JJ.T. 3JAVEO, VulilUlior. dim"! fit pimiilllo 1 lli-stvr 1 1. 'I', u srejnd elsis instler April I'.1. liMI. T2i:M - - - - $1 lKIIT.lt VI'All nri'.MTislS(f atus mvU known on ap. pllc-idim "'iTifi S1F, R'T CO, irftii..r.TiMBTm.i uh. 1. I'ito. f4fT-,tnlly fc'Kv. un JIw, Mi. n:n T SI lm. , UVl MI. ti.l.ln.m.l ' 2l.l)l) 7 41 u I'l. nn'H.m.t jt-xy urn. 1 o.jo a.m. As'ilR'nl oplvny M 1 1 vi in Win' He Ni-ttt i Kims in Cltt yiwr imttT lit. 1 1 II vr.-!')."!' in. I.H n ill in.: a. iii. ' till p. III. ( H II) II. Ill, I ' .fill l III. ' il irt i in . J "111 ii. in. 'Oil p.m. Tli' Ha"t K limit rims Hi" Intist tin p ore t v Minnr ill Unit U known, mi Hi I'm ' tiKr TitliiM. CmnntTI-k tss tl tniitl i-ilul, mil IUi jniB Ch-rl.il In Uesllrttl il. Knr rvtu.nt , II i.tisblo'. or sue n'tu-r nfiimntliin, "pity t"Hi. niii'i-...

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. — 12 September 1901

v TT-TTf BEAVER ' HERALD. 0 I3$; iiiiijpii at ' t' .J V r 4 .. ' :S7 v: . $ .-; I i I VOL. XV. HIiAViil. BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1901, fcd! '.? ',! u. y W OF THE U H. Qnlnn tit (UryiiiiinJU In town V. 1), Cruno of Ofiiliiia is busmen Ciller in t.-vn. Subscribe fr the HuAVru IIkuai.. Tlintmts Pearson of OpMuu is in town, H.0 Dmlnp nntl nun Flolcliur ol Clear liakn sru in town on hindiies, Hubert Monro nf Clear Like U In t-IWII (III IlllidllCes I'ljotmnfiur BulU-r'uf Ilnrdesty in at tending court. Onod clean fresh groceries nlwava on baud at Roberts, Webb und McKUHps T. II. Tuft ird ol' UurrcL ii intend tup court. Dyke Hsllinger maile a trip to Ash land luil week roiuniliif; Sun !)' John Datcuian ol Coin ii in town on buiness. W. I). IJItlii. formerly of Hnglewond Int now ot Weir City, in doing buaiuis' in town. V. J. iiirdicll, of Custer, in atloiiJinp court. J. A. Mathews of Cuitcr is a lleuver visitor this week, J. T. Stanley of Blue Grass is in 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. — 12 September 1901

.1 .' TXji- . ..-rr mu:. ' r " 1 KVMHQnHNMIPB 'fmrn 'T! SalaTV e !' . V !t! i . ' rv u fr J tes ? I. ... rr- rf B ft K jr. Ii 1 ' , ht f" i-i fr s I' ! f.' s i :! BEA7ERHERALD. H. r. BAVE8, PuMlaher. BKAYCB, . OKLAHOMA 3 SUNSHINE AND MIST. An tnur n-lut ono "liort lioiir Th litmlcaio hiy nil rlrnr mid hrlRht, The hill, In majesty imil power, Stood forth ull Imthril In riulliint lljhtl The wood nenr liy the kniiM old trees, That hlil tho nhailowH ut their feet, Btnoil crownrtl with nunllKht. n nt wise, And Rind onro inoro Ihn sun In Knot, Ono hour nun, nil nature i?emril lUfltcilnK tmrk Hip mnlln of lod. The glory of III minllnlit Mri-munl On nil ntirnr nnd far ithriinili It ermrtl na though to rnrth niniln Had cmnn ihn bounty and tho Joy Of that ) brief IMnntti rdmi, Kro uln II benuly did destroy. A elniilp hour, nnd v. hut n clmiiRo tan oiimr, no sutlili'ti iind coinpktr, Trip ryn no Inrutrr him it riWRH Heyotitl ii few and nenr-hy fort! A driiHi- Krny mint hit roiiut Ifturtti, "lA...

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. — 12 September 1901

J Copyright, 1S99, by J, ii. Llpplncott Com pany. All rights reserved. CHAPTER V.-CoTnunij. A profetalonnl mnn who had been erritlng nt a sltlo tnblc now camo for arnral and read the alylng man's will, a aolnry stiimllng near. The latter ex thnngcal glnnccs with Hrodnnr nnd ooked nwny, n halt smile upon hit Hp. The document, after the uiual recita tions and the naming of numerous imall legacies for family servants and them, proceeded as follows: "And the rcslaluo of my property, my wife, Annette, having boon nmply pro vided for by deed of gift during my life, I bequeath to my daughter, Fran iet Hrookln, upon condition that the hall, on or before attaining the age f 21 year, accept a her lawful bus oand Itoymona! Ilolbtn, who lm asked ner liaml or me, my object being to pro vide for the future of a wayward girl by giving her n guardian who I In nil respects a gentleman and worthy of every confidence, llut If my itald daughter, Frnnecs. fall or decline to marry the said llnymohal Holb...

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. — 12 September 1901

v3m '. I.. v fe.V f v f. - ?tf. .v pv t m ' 'xf, ' v R1. St.. ' 3 .. P, ! I' 7" , A ' p - P B. i ft; A; Sx 'll ft," 'T Q 0 .v rummiwAswwiiHWB! bH tllMlUliiaui nkjaVkjawniw mwii . iim in, ii m tAiftaitamm ftfllMMIIKH kVKUV TlltlltHtMV. OlXalal Csunty Paper. IUV. EAVES, PuUll her. Unified nl ptwinfllce hi !!" U. I. h H(diiHi el.w iniiirr .frlt I'.'. IH'J'i. TEllMS - - "T"T"? (til Hill VI'.AU uinntntmt n4tki iini'le ktimtn an n-Ic-iibm A. T. & S. F. R'T 00. MlrAl.TIMKTIHI.'. SMMVl, Mfl. Ut-llllll.T Hi. -tin tit. !". n in r.n n in. im I'.H.. 11.1.1 n, III, TIIii.iii. 7 Mn in. Wle' II nr.vriov h'i:r-iiiiT : kt. j im Mi""' i. in ., . i I Jl'ilem hti n. in.f .1 "U ! Hl- I . . A Mln ii. in. I! ......... ii ii iii . I IJ ii in. ( ' " 4:" ' I ti.Ha.in. l KNiiaw. tat . " '! p.m. i i T't'H In F limit" rium Dm Inl'il Im t nrt 'Umtiil Hint Ufiiumii, im lt l' 4iiKr Tialiii. uuii I'l-k-tt 1 1 t't ill pilnl., n nl lit pi;li-raal l-i aVatlrtll n. 'ir ri"l'i. rjt . II r. lfi',l. n inr o'Iiit r rmt...

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. — 19 September 1901

tt'-rVrzmBSr r. ws t" . ( 1" ,fl o- ' vV,-l $; ? v;r ,& , jajfcje-l"- ,$. I ' ' t ""i it'. !". ' " ' 'K f, h: w p TTTF1 BEAVER HERALD. fcj i i ' AJL Jf 4 V .: v J,. ( yX h . .' ' n Mi - ra '.-V, VOL. XV. DEAVER, HEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1901. NO 10 HENS OF THE X. Hubscrlbafar ibe Hkaver llr.nM.u. U II Loofboiirrow km un the ,ik lUt the Or-it of (lie week. Mra Nora Qitit.n ws itiik ilii weak bm in bilter. N N lUtm wai aleV this neck bul id hotter ul present. Mi Urm-o MuClarcu returned to Clin Monday. Miss Nsttlo Tbonmt goes to Clint to tench licit week, K V Groves has niovud up to his clulni. Tluuiii lllli or Englcwood Is In I turn. Mm J lVikins of ikntou U repott ed tu l0 Ijulto HK'k. Min U S Oautun of Lagan think of going A.H tliU lull fur a i-it. Call on J. P. O.loll k Co , fur feed rve, Libera', Kuurus. 5 w T L Floyd is working in the county clerk's ufiieu iu-tk'u ubseucu of the dirk. Hit A C McSbnno left Monday lor Lbernlto bely oouduet u rti...

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. — 19 September 1901

lfi f jRfil ' ? ' , 6 ..U-C- -i" L- r v j - BEiTER HERALD. H r VnVIVi eP ttwfffvfMN 0XXAMOMA ttfr8H 190I SEPTEMBER. 190I lv I . at, m. rh. ra. mi m. m. iCi!ZJ UllJ3!! "l5 J6j7T8 "1920 2fi -22 23 24 25 26 27 28- - , . . 7 ww : , 4 - j. 444-i4444-4-t4- CURRENT COMMENT. The car celebrated the birth of tin pthrr daughter by Issuing n uknsc dis charging the riotous dttulciits from Imprisonments. The cnr knows him self notv how It seem to feel riotous. "We don'fknoJesfwlrcrc till old world will Jiull up," mi; 11 11 Ucorgln philosopher, "but we ilo know that, wherever she roll, we're n-golu to roll that nnr. So, jest slice the water-melon! Thnt's nn entertaining nrn nlioiit a Joung lady who discovered the lost mines of the Toltecs, and now tukes her morning dip in milk nid cham pagne, and lives a shower oC Jfold dust instead of n hnth towel. A grrnt many strange, things have happened this summer. Mr. Phillips the democratic noiiii. nee for governor of lomi, Iiiih ntmiI two terms as innyor ...

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. — 19 September 1901

Wi sm"vf - .- vt ' u i "- fr w -" I i SJLJJfffl V- '. rvv ., - of ty" , I,'!. r' A GL0W1H0 XBFOHT. f,: Am laalaaa Matt Caatparea Weatera Caaaaa erliat the Caltra States Will Mr. rvaalf s-fatirr, a rroot lavat Staaiiara, Has r after a Trias Ttnilk Caoaaa. las Department of the Interior at Ottawa ass Jast received from Mr. E. T. Holme, the Agent of toe Gov ernmeBt statioaed at Indianapolis, laaiaaa, the following letter, which requires no comment. It is only nec essary to stsle that Mr. F. Fisher, the writer of the letter. Is one of the saest prominent of the Duakards and a bm upon whose word the utmost reliance eaa be placed. Ills home is at Mexico, Indiana, and be will be pleased to substantiate verbally or la any other way all that he says in his letter. Anyone desiring information apply to nearest Canadian Agent, whose addresses are here given: M. V. M elnnet. 2 Avenue Tbealer Block. troll. Mich. James Ortere. Bault Hte. Marie. Mich. J. 8. Crawford, at West Nlctn street, Kansas Cl...

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. — 19 September 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. — 26 September 1901

Earo r 1 ' .y7WJ. i " ' iiV'T; V3JT f I r ', 4-h J a -HBaaaaaaaaa?r TTST.. t "jf ', .l Tfj . v . tit ' J f " ft . . . . . -v.. - v ' t- 'i r v'' ' " j'ZL'ir ..r fJ3 i- :p mTTTjl BEAVER HERAT VOL. XV. BlIAVKk, MiAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1901,. ..,, N03J$iasfBHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai A D V ., ' :t?r'. ! JE , v "v.jTi -- vTr ' J " .. k-S X IBT trf- .- 'V . '- ) "- HEWS OF THE Call od J. P 0 It'll t Co , for seed rye. Liberal, Kansas. 6 w Counir Attorney Wright arrived in town Tuesday evening. Attorney R M Painter of Meade county was a caller in town Tuesday. W H Smith of Iilpcntub county Texai was In lleavcr yesterday. J. V. TliflDipinii painted the rout or Lis linlol last week. A. Groves ha one ottt to hii ton, ranch to remain lor a while. D M Kile, the LUuk.smitli li having a cellar nindo nenr his dwelling house Mm 0. J. iIuhriMii of Ulimvood U reported to be suffering Irom heart trouble. See our line, of drca itood mill mens and boys' clothing' Huberts, Vi...

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. — 26 September 1901

- rJyiy"H ' U" ' - -a,iv4 ns.ew-a VVj (Hilt jftK '"v v I K 11 f i'i I rg ' h K w w r , ' :a i 1 w Lrft n v !lCr Thco Roosevelt, 26th American President J Mil Ufa Mas Baas Fall el Snap anal Kxcltatncnt AUTHOR AS WELL AS STATESMAN If r. Roosevelt ha been known (o the pabllc principally at n writer and n rough rider. It nni therefore singu larly appropriate In at least one re spect that It was In the musty atmos phere of old bonk that he took the oath to "faithfully cxecutr the office of president of the United Stntes,"nnd to the bent of hU ability to "preserve, fpf BECItETAIlY OP 8TATK JOHN HAY. protect and defend the constitution of the United States." On Saturday nft crnoon, September It, 1001, In the library of the home of bis friend, An ley Wilcox, and in the city of llufTalo, J?, Y., the simple ceremony was per formed. The president Is dead: the president lives; long Ihe our president! Theodore lloosevett is the twenty Sixth president of the United States, continued his studies a...

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. — 26 September 1901

h m '( & ri .. j,, 1.- ' y nor. T CW iM HftRRVSntL' TH Copyright, ls, br J. . Llpplncott Co pany. All rights reserved. CHAITKK VIII. Leaving the physician's office, Holbln mmle his way through the street, where excited crouds were discussing the approaching conflict. He went to his room. It Is true he hnd gained no profitable Information concerning1 the unknown, yct'-nncl the thought con ' soled him to some extent he hnd mnde two impartnnt discoveries: Drodnnr wns his enemy, nnd the shooting hnd really occurred. lint who vrns the man, and why should llrodnnr seek to shield. him? For the first time then It dawned upon Holbtn that llrodnnr was the friend who came to the rescue of the wounded man nnd born him away. Everything corroborated Louise, nnd If Louise spoke from a elenr memory, then Frances had been observed ten derly parting from the man she loved. This mcntnl conclusion filled him with " rage, despite the fact that he did not . and could not belletc the girl guilty of se...

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