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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 23 January 1902

itt' !JVT ttIHlXrttlV:u liVKUT THOIWUAV, lU Sh. VJ If th It'" Ofholai Csunty Paper. i-& . . ,-- -tv ' .. ' 'W.I'. UAVM. VutJlf hir. H ""vl.VfHl wiTki-.iIh- ill Heater H. I". aa .M j iji. elitn inailef AH! lS0:, 1 ' - . ..nit 4 i 1 1 JTKHMri - - - - iwi'Miir..Hi Ai.r.iiriiu AfM mule known un ap- htcllnH v A. T. & 8. F. R'T CO. Klfeetltc Nnnnl.i"i ) '," .i. 4jf. N'-1" 4.a.i. lit. I.. KejrVw "l Ar. I' I". 4 em, in. I.v. A.ul Ar I'. ' MNi.ra. I.v. rl.lr.y Ar. n.ti. ui. !$!'. tH.' Ar 5l.l'Tn I.v. M:j-t e "' .i..nni. Ar Wlehlu I.v. HS " '" yi$ p. hi. Ar. Nelii I.v. i " iii'1. m. Ar. K.iiini.tTr I.v. 9M in. Kxi- ll.nl c iiiirrt'mia at Wlclilln ultli imiu r ri imIii f-T I'll iiIhu i:.inii- mmt ortlirnu th train c-nir.ea I'oliiu m n.iif"iiirnrtnl.liMiiiirllilir'r. l'rn-t rlii larilinlre.r lor Hhmui wh-i on frr rem. CuniMiii ti.-Ut to all ii;nt In Uitln 'I tal. ., C.nmlrt mid Moth-out loaeal rule. Vt I'ul'iimn piif liwilpllw llt-ruHtre. limn IttLI.' In din. tie., will" or ' "' i:. 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. — 30 January 1902

i , v w iiiyy'(ry o- TTTF1 y&Qfi 7 swv ? D .r-' l.f -"';, -"! BEAVER r' i' y- ,. -. Vf ' HERAbD. i ' ' tt.lX- . t 'VOL. XV. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 1902. JEWS OF THE VICINITY- P. A. Crslg o( Hoyd, was lo town the first of llie week. Tbo newspspors from llie fast failed to srrivn no the until here Ssturday. J B. Oulliini of Clear Lake spctt Sunday In town. J, It Tbmuaa and Sona have been pen lug up Ice till Trek. Knimmt O itdoer U Buffering from a esld. There seens tu b considerable sick Bess in tlie vicinity at present. There oenis to ho considerable inter cat manifested itr iho literary society. Willism White has soW to George Win'rr. tin i-.'aim of John White, 1- ta-.tid. Mrs. Jennie Linley went to LlbrJ the ttt of llie week fur lsit i,,) frieuds. Jubo Savage and K. II. Pat'taon cut in WimdwirJ laat week. They ipfd to retaru in a tew days. Word has Wen rnco'.ved that Mr. at4 Mr. D.tke Ballinfrer'a little rbilJ (improving. Dr. h 8. Munsid...

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. — 30 January 1902

H herald; , PuMlahar. OKLAHOMA ktAtAUttAXA p LE CHAMPION. 5 5 IEN SYLVA. t Roumsnta.) U MU!A!AAAAA Irlcht 1901.) H or llio yenr Hint nro In tvtsMnp; notice In "A ry Tale." inibllulicd by t, Chlcrtfto. It It a vol latry nioties uy mni mm Hvlvn. nuppii of ch n number of pleatilng ii. i no rouowing tuory of twelve which the l I renrlnted hero by of tho publisher. nickname tlm other I Riven younjr Arnold, 1 not sen tiny ercnlure liout frnltif- to ita hh- fell Into tlm milk lie of griiia far it to en vrlton ho otto tiny 'raw Ito rwiiIIdw a poor lit I tlio cruel rcptllo Jiint poor frogiry'ii life, Itlo creature could Itnolf to bo unfit, nnd thcro RtnrliiL' nt. Km i great lilfr eyed, vv IiIIhI llicnrt rttlll went plt-tt- n-i Arnold wns pans- lunvv tlircn boys busily Llnir to drown n, little Id tied ti rope with it to it round Its neek, I poor nnlninl right Into lite pond before Arnold hi to them. Quick nn rlllff off Ids clothe, tho witter, nnd twain lie spot whero thu bub- llio rturfnec. i...

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. — 30 January 1902

' .' T , US.' -I 4 A ''KEEP UP WITH THE , PROCESSION Dr -tint ST. JACOBS OIL for Rficu- matltm. Neuralgia. Sciatica, Lameness, Lumbaco. Gout.ClllfnetJ ef the Mus cles, Soreness, and ill echea and piln. Si Jacobs Oil Mia cured hundreds: Its effect li In etantaneous ind marvelous II per trite i to the very foundation of pain ro remorea ins cause, roee, 23 cu. ind SO cts. ACTS LIKE MAdfC! Conquers Pain 4 At He en ml llnnit. A. Highland laird who could not af fosd to keep IiIh own piper wan accus tomcel to employ the tillage piper when lie had company. . Opsone occnslon, through mime over ' Right', Donald hnd not been Riven tilts preliminary Klaus of whisky before ho begnn his performance. According if, ha found his bagpipe In n most re 'frnctory temper. The laird naked him what wan ilia mnttcr with It, and Donald replied that the leather wan bo liard'thnt he could do nothing with It. - "Wlint wilt soften It?" naked tlio anxious Inlrd. "Och, Junt whlnkyl" said Donald. A tumbler of whisk...

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. — 30 January 1902

i mtm as a J Mt .fjl r jBcrm. Lwt'KVKllT THURBUAV. il C-unty rapt. LTM.-FubibBr, ortvffiae al Uf r 0. T. m Li. nnli.r April I'.', 18M. 51 Oil I'M YKAK. ,0 ath m-le " tr-' . 1. F. R'T CO. COUNTY NEWS IN LETTERS. The Herald's Budget of Communi cations From Regular Gorro-aponrtonts. cttrt Nitmiil.o. ) '"' Ml. J7 lr. Kiiew " r 'i'"' I' m l.v. AMnl Ar. ! "' l.t. Kity Ar. ! !' '" Ar- Iii1tbi I.e. t)i " At. Wleliltt ! ' ,n' Ar. Newimi l.v. J IS Ar. Kaunas flty l.v. HJI " Fit e-ntiartliiii n Wtclilin with E.iimlhn fir nil point. l.iWlP- Entwl. trnlnn ".'.prlPV l'.illm.i. , i.hlBJinrllli-rir-. IViTi-clln. lk ial wet . am mr lhoo who tin frr mw. Urkln tn all polntn In Unllwl Mul and Mullen at loweM mien. Riaa npam Ui-ncrli'tl" llt'Tn'nre. Mulder. !.. write I" '" "ii ou K. K.J'". aiii Jlltllcwotal, Kli. liAr.C. V. A. rii. Ktnit, Many InterosUntr Items Itofrnrdlnp; tbo Principal Events of the Woole In Va rious Neighborhood. DISTRICT NUMBER 08. Mr. Hook frniti nut south of loirn ycil nil ntaht H...

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. — 6 February 1902

"', t h J '? $ XxlJlj V .J V B -1 ' y I ' - - . " ,1 i BEAVM i HERADD ' 'W r ,r '- . "w vr 4 if , ! i V- y. ' : VOL. XV. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 1902. DEWS OF THE I'Mna llii'tml u on the sick list. A coal oil fimlni' I on In Heaven D. D. Kinder Is undur ilic weather. Uncle Dvlo Miller hns a severe cnltl Game li plentiful in llio Sand Hills. Mrs. N. N. Daves it trouhlod with a aevore oougli and cold. What .would be the matter villi putting a little work on our street. Judge Traor I confined to hit borne tbU week wllh la Rrlppn, A household nocossity -the Beaver That Matquo ball it golnp to be a 'hummer" envi tho management. Mr. Jennio Llnley remained at Lib eral to visit for a few wefbu. Herbert Hunted who wan dangerous ly lick lut wcf k ia much improved. Al Roddick brought beef to town Tuesday. Hanh and Milton Iiamaster camo (o tiwn Monday tn be vaccinated. Dr. Munsull was called out to WoR Icy IHIibi)'H Monday, 0. 0. Tutitiuhill lus been suff...

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. — 6 February 1902

BEAVER HERALD. N. r. DAVIS, PuMlahar. MATS, OKLAaTOMa l tv M fo -V fc f" pi RA tf tv KcM AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TWO A4D WEV AND A FIDDLE. E 4a Averted Shooting In a Col erado Mining Camp. TTffffffITfTTTVTTTVTTT fffllE accidentally averted trapo 1 dies nre not often chronicled, tint l'so seen n few of that hind that arc worth telling about," said a Colo rado mining limn to a capltol commit tee room group the other nfternoon, soya a Washington correspondent of the N. Y. Sun. "One night, when Crlpplo Creek wns new and rnw, Illff Hnndall and Alec Urubb, who were partnern In a rlnlm that wa'n panning out big, drifted Into Sonk Murphy's ennvus hunkntonk and blew the house. Illff and Alec had been off the rciervntlon for four days. Ooth were pretty bad men. "Well, on thin night Illff nnd AW. lining tired and prcenrlous-llku on their pin, and neither of 'em having had any Bleep for four days and nlghtH, were peevish with each other, nnd the boys noticed that they were pretty iinnppy In ...

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. — 6 February 1902

a- W! V , OUR BUIY TO COIA. saaavae-aaaaav-aaaeaasreet The peace of Cuba U neceatary to the peace of tbe United Btatcat the health- of Cuba li ntccstary to the health ot the United Stale) the Intle pendence of Cuba U necessary to thu afety of the United Statca. The same .considerations which led to the war with (Spain now require that a com tnerclal arrniiKcnicnt be nmJc under which Cuba enn live Secretary Itoot'a Report. 1 most earnestly nsk your attention to the wisdom, ludced, to the vital need, of providing for a substantial reduction In the tariff duties on Cuban .Imports Into the United States. Cuba has in her Constitution nfllrmcd what wo desired, that slio should stand, In international mutters, In closer and more friendly relations with us than with any other power; and wc arc bound by every consideration of honor and expediency to pass commercial measures In the Interest of her mate rial well-being. l'rvsldcnt lloosc veil's Message. NEW OUN Srfl'EllDS A SUCCESS. Mcntrnnnt ...

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. — 6 February 1902

' 4a?a' ' ' ' t ". (. f nf fr' i' - '" i ' i v f 1 1 .. f p. & P. B $ !?. i W4' , fe" v ! rj . &' r F- ?' ,'- 1YCWHHBtr.,KIWTIUIWI.W. a i SrT.cial County Paper. UAX30K.O. THOMAS, PublUh.r G0UN1Y NEWS IN LEnERS. Kntered nHi'IBe at Rearer, 0. TERM - - . Vo. AdvertlsrugrateH -mule kiMftni '" application. 4. T. & i P. R'T CO. Kttrctiv M ivumtie. 1. " Ko.43-- . NV" liT.lltlWP'"' "' V' I' " l.v. AaMnnd Ar. :" P- " I.t. rpley Ar. i:s P- '" Ar. MiilT.ne l.v. !: ' AT. WiirhlW l.v. 7MI nt Ar. .Vrwton Lr. 4 4$ Ar. KHliMitnir ! 9M5 !" 1...-.11 t MiinitlniiN nl Wichita wild rnU re frud train fir nil! Hiftt. Kfolp acatoMhrnitu tfln eoniitln Pullm"! nilxmfrltotnurll nlrr. t'rm reelln las rhalr 4-n mr thine nh- prefer tV". Coupon tlrketa to all point In United Mat .. ('.nadinnrl Mcileont liwet rnic. r..r,ilinln anueo decrlpll lll-rnttire. .lmo lU.fo!h)r4).lr.. writ" I" or tall 00 K. K.Jawm. Ait-mi, w Kliglcwood, KaiifM. W.J.IlLtUK.R. I'.A.. Tiipeka. Kama, a.ea, m. 4!'t, IK. ie!toa. n. U...

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. — 13 February 1902

: BEAVER a' r? . W wKfiKSuIKnc . . , TTwiT i .j-jrvTrJ'- s ' t "i 'V'1 "'tfeW ' 'J v" 4 "- V ajt mgv ,-f f tiMM&RwRBNBhZ$im&f .Wk.lvW6-. A' IJ'H IP1!CW " TO "'.'.. .-.. '"'"" -' ' HJMtAljJJ; tma Mr 4 , ' - "S ', a 51 VOL. XV. BKAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13 1902. i r ' ax 1"J ..; MEWS OF THE A household ooeuaaity the Heater ItKRAM). Oeorgo Itealy U at Uuihrio on buii- oeM. J. W. TLuuipniM has been under llie weather tbo punt weik. J. R. Thamas and family aro ex pecting ft visit from Mias ScHna soon. Frank Neil, of IJnyd, was a buaincsa caller in (own Saturday. Tbat Mtu-quo bull ia going to bo a hammer" svi tbo manauement. '"'Mias Edith Loofnourrow has beon suffering from a bad cold. 0 II Hjwcliard and J G Hrvson wont to wlchliilhla week to attend I boat llemcns''e7ivrintioii Too tiwldiotio (tot things twisted again. jjsi anuw which was predicted for Sitltijtfy night failod to arrivo ou "scbednimc" tloio. John . Cnustfan evangelist In now loca...

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. — 13 February 1902

. if ''ft '"' VI " j - . M ,' 4 M- I k n A v ly r -1' '. 1',' ' ! !7 r- '' - , Beaver Herald. MAUDS O. THOMAS, Publisher. BRAVER, : OKLAHOMA. THE RAIL FENCE. It rove the farm atl over. With -iwkwsMstepplnt feet, Her ct'se beside the clover There Just beyond the wheat. Alone the fallow fragrant For woodland ways It makes, And many a sylvan vagrant As boon companion takei. It loves the woodbine tanitlea, Invltca the milkweed pod And all II tunny ancles LauRh hot In roldcnrod. Ueneath the creviced rider The cricket's shrills clone hid, And from tho stske besldo her Complains the katydid. The squirrel I Us lover. And unafraid nnd fond Are bobolink nnd plover Of the Rental vagabond. Of all around, above It, It has tho confidence. And mnn nnd nnlura love It Tho homely old rail fence. -Charlotte Whllcomb, In Youth's Com panlon. 4Q4QW$M-Q&HQ The Gold-Miner's Story. MH4fM4fHit444'MHt :a- IAINT a Bcntlmontnl sorter coon, by no ninnncr o' menus, nntl whnt's more, I ncier piirtciidi'il ns I...

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. — 13 February 1902

H aflff' : f v,j Vj llKOTiflTmO H LOAfl. it i - MFEslBk FIIBI dfaMaLasM OISIi the Brulter Are you Mr. Smith? "You arc, hey?" "All right." "Mi' friend .Seotty (old me tcr strike ye fir a dollar." JAP STUDENTS' JBAOOAOE. ' k I tranira Atimnt nt,rmreU Her atils Fataectlv 'mn4rnt' Ar rival at Chleacb Jttlvrrsltr, A huge trunk tint with ropo, two old valises, u box of lionkH and some miscellaneous bundle were left In the doorway of Haskell hnll nt Dip University of Chicago tlir other dny with directions thnt they should Ijh Inken care of by President Harper. For two bourn 'the student picked their wiiycorefully through the piece of baggage and wondered If a new mummy for the museum hnil left Itn luggage outside. Thu nrtlrlrHitll bore thn name, of Shlgcrn Molinrn. but Dr. Harper had gone to Morgan Park. The owner proved to b n .fnpnni-s youth who could not spenk Kngllsh. He came and sat with his baggage nliout the middle of the forenoon and smilingly awaited the ndvancc of the faculty. Ef...

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. — 13 February 1902

V 1 a , m .. . fl. '' 1X71' tf a ; fHtf.fr r "M !, "ft- Ji, rtKtSHCU KVKKV TIIUMHAV, OCelal Ceunty Paper. V v MAUpU. O. TMOMA8, Publisher Knterrd at pcrnlt.lire at Dnvet, (), JP., a MoiaJ cla mlir. TfitlMfl SI 0 Year Advertising rale made known on fftIfio(t. yy KHJ A. T. & lh R'T CO. Kffecllre Nurtnlcr, j, ki. 'Xo.4il. No 417 . lit, I.v. Ktifrtew'vd Ar. f.ol i in. 4'j". m. I.e. AtUanl Ar. . p. m. teieoa. m. I.r. Hplrey Ar. 1:05 p. 111. uttp.m. Ar Mttlrann I.r. :ji n in. j.Up.m. Ar. Wichita I.e. 7:45 a.m. jttsp-m. Ar. Ncion I.r. 5131. . lair1! p. in. Ar. Kmiui city I.r. 9:1s I. w. Kxcellcnt emnertlnn at Wkhiln with Itaatit Fe ft linlim fir nil' polnti. Kinlp ateatof thraixh tralna comprl.c' I'ollmniia nil comfortable totirlnt alceiwr. Free reel.'n lav chair car lor Ihnae wh'i prefer them. Coapon tieketa toall pnlata In United Mat. es, Canada and Metlco at lowest rnlw, fnrful'maa annc- dcncrlpllra literature. Hale) UUe.foiuci. tic. wrllo Id or rail ou K. K.jAvre. A (flit. or Kock-...

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. — 20 February 1902

.. j j "" VOT,. XV. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1902. - J0'4. m OF THE A household nouessity- -tllO IICAVCR Mrs. lUttle Uojxuo had llio mtsfor (Mi to eprwln her unite Ust week. Oeorge Syniuus h viaiiiutf friends on Felloe creek. II. 0. Drum was iu ihe burg ilooc or last, Try advertising uuee, nicrrhsnts. Ii rill pay you. Bob Hogselt captured badger ons Jay this week. Mrs. Maudo Itodgq Iu been trou bled for tome liois with a soro throat. 0. and V. 0. Traoj have pul in some aw show esses io Ihrir stores. Sheriff Ilibba and Andy McKow re turned from Norrosn Hunday, Frank .Maple was in tbo city Satur- J. MIh Nettie Tkouiss visited at betas Saturday and Sunday. O. Bender, of Riverside wss among these wbo visited Beavoc Saturday. Rer. J. J. Bailor patcheaed a now baggy while at Liberal last wrek. Can:a Wright visited iu town tbia week. Dr. Muuicll bought a fine driving fcoraa from Sl Blower Isst weak. TkoM who attended tbo Live 8tock Coaveotien report ...

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. — 20 February 1902

ffft-r ., .1 -.warn. -him- T WJ" rAV' ;,. f'' -.,,- drs-v .fiff-i' x ...-. . . -...',. ?iifo;V w';.' v.- ri:'r.tfir-.i) kvkuV tmoksimy. i r OlCclal Cauhty Fapor. 3CATTDD. O. THOMAS, Publisher m ui.. is J'-- m . J ,e , .. 'i, It. ' i Mr., ' f r tef -ji C"i IV KnterpJ it prHlnffiro Ht Hearer, 0. 1, ns cecuo J clan'ronti- r. TEKMB -g 51.00 Year Advertising rate tiMile known. o appliea'ibu. ' A T Ki " WOltHltX.WO'HMir.S "p AMEHtCA. O.UIfNe ??:S, meet ilia firM and '.Mrd Valiirdiy i.lihl iifrafh in.itilb in Ibe .'rlliiat hull Vimling Krif lilxira always welt-on-, Wilt Qiiixm, V. u. f MMkUTaalaTe JBfwiiirr, Clerk. OKUIIO.VA row No. I. G A It., mrela In the (I A. II hall al (leaver. II. T , on lli ereuml and fiiitlli Kalurday f fjch mrnlb, Hi li o'eliick p. in. Visiting cow redts cordially liifllcl. 0. II Caiiiukr, Cun. J. It. .Qi.ikk A-tj't lli:VK!t I.ODIII: No. 7. K. nf I'.. meet on Turdy nlglil (if each week al llit l'lhin I. a '.I Vl.lllne Kuiaht tiDtcl 1 lutllrd W. B. Itnenta, C. 9. J...

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. — 27 February 1902

- ' ' , , :zzrrr u 3 i . , fl,Ti " J? ' ? I- .I . -1 i sh A a . ft 1, Fr(; ilfi' ; iW fc. i ' lw A' --I ' r &S rnm 1 a , . . 'W ' tf MS -' V.'' .. " VOI, XV. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 1902. V m -OF THE VICINITY. A household necessity the BbAvkr Hkraxd. Diok JCcttell And father of the Pao handle were in town thin woek. Mr. Ravenseratt, ol' Kansas, was Id thn vloinitr this woek buying ateeri. J 0 Judd brought beef to town list week. Wo have had some beautiful days just like aummer. Cnttlo were huutifcg tltu hhado Fri day. A new step n put down in Trout of (bo church list wrck. F. J. Bitdaall win lu tewo tbo Utter part of hut wi-ok. No'ica A. F. Rock'h loual roadcr in tlili issue. What makes you giin when you look at P. C. Traoy's d. A niunbci of teauhcM nre Gnishlnp; up their work. B. F. Urown is buildittj a houe on liis claim two aloriea lengthwise. Mist Pearl DatiUI, of Vcbrasks filed 00 Reaver cotinty land Friday. P. F Rjadebaugh hit 9 bee...

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. — 27 February 1902

i' i r "i3" ' I i " I ' m V i i. Stayer Herald. .. vijrw VAKVRR. O. THOMAS, t-uhllahtw t OKLAHOMA. "" IN THE MORNINt. , there were times that t have dreaded In .the days that now oro pant) k rtitra are (Intra whose present coming I look forward to nthast) - Many Momenta full of horror In my Ufa- tlmo I have spsnt, nitre nre many Hill beforo mo whose np- proach 1 can't prevent; Many sounds hnvo caused my heart to tumblo down Into my boot And net my nervea aqulvcr with their walla or roars or hoot. Rut the worst of them ha never broken up tho peaceful , charm Of a mind sctono and easy like the nix o'clock alarm. t'vo known the tlmo 1'vo trembled when my creditors, I'd meet At hour tif set appointment or In wnlklnc down thu street! The burly man whoso truthfulness I late ly had denied Approached mo with an angry alaro and business In his stride; Vond recollection lakes me to tho tlmo when,' as m boy, I played the fame of hookey nnd slmrp pain (succeeded joy, nut no nervous apprehension...

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. — 27 February 1902

J.W-KAAi v.v yyjIWWII ,t?. . ?- , rl , wv - aaata V i . a ..y.lf' '.. V , ! 'Aw . $ $ The Lost Continent By CUTCLIFFE HYNE. ja.t;iifTrtifi. piti,twi,Ttiuiiirifwuy PilabnJkt Jay f iftf fljf IKbMvS 1 proWwr dHrtwjm Si thin acsaUBffrrk a stilled to' certa which would otherwise hare (Wen Ml a auspicious ami, also, there ia no de nylng that my general wakefulness wa napped by another matter This woman, Nals, Interested mo vastly 'out of tho common; tho mere 'pres ence of her seemed to warm tho 'or irnna of my Interior! nnd, while hIic was there, all my thoughts nnd senses were present In tho room of.ilie cap tain of tho Rate In which wo sat. I Hut of a Htiddcn the floor of tho chamber rocked and fell away be neath nic, and in n tumult of dust nnd litter nnd hales of tho captain's i-nty?" plunder I fell down (still acnlcd on "I will set you free exactly on those the Ilngstnnc) into a pu wnicn nnu terras," I nuswered, "unless Indeed been digged beneath it. Witn 1110 vi we here decide that ...

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. — 27 February 1902

rjA ,tj I. :'? .?, $!& . ! v- JW! 7r7$r jij'jiM. H 1 1 i, rUiltSHKD KVKRV TflUIWUAY US MS Jf'I Aflr- f-V k i ,;.v Official Cvuaty Paper. "& MAUDB. O. THOMAS, Publlahor . Khteted iiit ,poi ll'.. as. wenml clan matter. Hire at B-aver. 0. . ' J J JJP ' 'LuH JT i ... Aiivorililug rate unulu known ou appliraiiori.f MODPlN WO'IIHIBNOK A.MEHICA. fa.tMP Nn, 7738. meet lite Arl nre.1 IMrdVaiitrility ulcltt of esen tnmih In Ihe ?.lbia.i ball. Violins NrlRbhoM alw.ija weleoi-e, ... ., w. wmitk, ntk. OKMHOVA I'KSTNn. I. 0 A It., meets In the U. A II Imll si lb-aver, tt. T i on ili Hfci'ii'l und funrtti HHiurUy f rAcli mnnlli. nt 'J o'clock p. in. Vlllliit cow radr cordtstly In.lled. f 0 Tamkliiill, Com. J. It. .Qrm Adj't f. n lll'.AVEIl LODCIB No. 7. It. of V . mrele on Tureilsy nliiM of rncli week at the I'jllilili Ll VMlInc Knights eapecU al Invited w n. iiiitnw, (;. v. J. Dumttll), K. of It. and H, Mm m LOTERS. ,K- ftw HertUeVa Budtarefc of' OeeaswaHBt- i w -- '.;.y fi WHvn iivut nSB...

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. — 6 March 1902

! ! 4 . I .- ir - : i. 'i. K JU j voiJxv. i --" "; ki - ; -sv.i tiEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH NEWS Of THE VICINITY. do Io Bkr' lor Ircrii good. A hnuitSold'aioassity the Ubatir IlaBAi.n. John Webb went up lo ft 11 Htuled'e Thursday In brand Mine rattle. A. Grove wo under the weather list week. Cart Wright of Pulton apcnl lever 1 dayt in town It week'. Tbt oounty tiior hu tilted out a hit regular round. Bill? Clarry ol Nye, trautacttd bmU aatt ia town laat week. Flour, potato" and ttrocerlet alwav n lianJ at Baker's John Qeoix wst aaioug called from Liberal last weik. Wiley Rhode (pent a lew dayi in Iowa tltce Itet iwue. C. C. and J. II. Lsmatier ( Clior, were in town Monday. Mr. Lydia Ileal returned from Liberal Sunday, N. i Ihvct left yesterday or his return to eaoteni Oklahoma. Mitt Julia 8uiirun, ol' Aeblend, K. flKd oh the Kiowa tlii weik. J. II. Thomae ha ordered a new Ilapgeod litter and tlilnki he will raise aome feed this year. George H. Uunly I...

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