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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 14 August 1902

tlT.fl l.tt!,! ' 9Mt. 31.V...Y. . . -vTy iJVv . SJatf. J ! .-, ft. c o i A VifoauViiKu CVCBV iiicmdat. Official Caunty Paper. MAUDE. O. TnOMAO, Publisher TKIMIS l "0 War A Ivertrniius ratea made known on Knlr-rrd t "Uiri nl B aver, O. T. "i iiil p waiter ' I. T. ft & r. VT 00. EABT BOUND. Kmtm Kagtawoad : i Leavre Aehlead :" "' iMTH Mattang t ' a p. m.. Arrives etWIehlle ttp.ra. WEST BOCSIi. leaves Wichita 740 .m. btmMilrui i-".a. ni. tBVeeAshtant IDS P " Arrives at Eiiglawni1 'sp m. I 1 L & F. IT KMT noUNIi. FaeeearerlenTre IJtisrsI 4i P " fffceaanaar leave MenOa t:ojp. in wnrnot'sn. rilttnittTiHT'r" n' "-'- tii11n.ma nateangerairlv'a ni IjI rl i-.t. m Ftr Dstsrate of.OoBrrsans, Ml B. 8, ME. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce; ntvee'l as a can didate fl the office ofSlifiift, auljeei iu the lciInn or the Deeaocrslit County Convent !im. J I. EonstiT. Wo ar imihnrtz.-tl lo announce II II. Itoo.'lntiirrnw aa a t-andldate for the iffioe of count v attorney, subject to llu docl.io...

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 August 1902

', r ''-. -i " i' ;''-,' ' r I t. ...: ' FVOL.XVL .mkm PERSONAL B' kftit ttiHDH JEKi2 THEj-BIfAYER 'Wll.mJUMlll'l III IIUWIi H WBHtrfW-M yW"W W ..' - - ' ' jfjL f 'a VI'. 1 -t t '?. onnmiiMi ii iii, .HinwMwiialwWRiwim.'auiuiaM BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, A'Glfcn! ? i&, SU "K "&fM ;M -P, -J . net m to ho w&tco icinity. ml. VmU Il'ck ol McaJp, tMtod iirr brother A. P. Ia week. Da yon nafd a new bat of pair of ulfttr? Sf F. 0, Tracy. , Mts .Tonnlo Qulnn itsi on tho Rick list last week but in improving nnw. i A number of Clear crrrkcrs were in 'iTin S.nd bills l:"t w,oek hunting grape v - Il.iisic Dunks nml slf.lcn attended f-4r6 danco Friday night. Bolin & Brown, Liberal, Kansas, are THE lumber dcahrn. A. VanlaJteYcif Logan, was a visitor in lown lant wb. Tlio bell hx bfcn moTftl from llir rrar to ibn front of I bo McCune hnltl. lis rcmberalSnr; tnoll can now ! beanl uioro dlaitsclly. , Hdliii t lhcirn, Iiitxral, Jvinii, krep at til llmea an inr...

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 August 1902

JSkJ V rJX- 355! -rrrvr IDBALD. A - BKAVfcR, OKLAHOMA ,fi-V liJ v'A LLf '. niMIlffK; HITITIES, A. , , , c 5 i' sT' i- iu Mtl 'I- -v 3' Itif ef the currency hoa Orates Center National muter, Kns, to tjoi;ln h ft capital Of $25,000. Figures prepared by the official Utktlttfta of MHs wland gave the umber at Immigrants landed nt New York Is the first six months of uils year nt 818.711. Plornon Q. Dodd, ox-president of tho common council of Newark, N. J., and assistant cuhler.ef tho Phcnlx Nation- I ' KANSAS NEWS BRIEFS. 1 a., .! I'M-' ItV. Ik K s rf" . iis at bnnk of Now York. In dead from mo wr Coolt county's real estnto, including all tho realty In Chicago, Is valued nt 1262,781,830 for taxation purposes. Thin la tho assessed vnluntlon, or uuo-llllh of tho full value. , t a meeting held at tho Mnnslon holme In Ixmdon, Wednesday, tinder tho presidency of thn lord nmyor, It was decided to erect In l.onlnn n na tional memorial to tho Into Cecil Rhodes. Tho steam yacht Yoronn. purchased r...

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 August 1902

fo p r , t.r &; L CV I r f i-V ' r '& i n r t A-V- """ Bllfe .Miter Defines tweJsebset. Ah edlttsa. af the peems of Ptaaisa Cammlssrsaar 17rrt)lch the mmi la tjroaqull," has been Issued In stag had. The ominlMloaer hM reeetvsd s.coBf aad la proud of the InteUtftaee with whleh hta Western expressions have beta annotated. fa ea place ha aajrai "Who oseneth Jackpot may not always rake It dawa." The English adltor explalna what a Jackpot la, aa follows: 'Too 'Jackpot' la a feature of a garn bllag caait at cnrda In which carl, player contributes an equal amount of money to the formation of the 'poU' To open a Jackpot meana to otart the gambling for that partlculur pot It can only be done by that player who haa a hand of a certain prescribed do gtee of excellence. If ho can auataln hla supremacy he may win, but In the courso of tho play he may lose. If ho wlaa ho wlna all. Heaoe, to open a Jackpot, In slang parlance, means u person with a tomporary advantago en deavoring to got al...

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 August 1902

' t1 t. M r pi ii lr Ttlf;rvto of Conrcnx III v K&ifWut'.niywnv tjiuumIow. .!' .. 'I. II. 8. i .-v- . tr t r (MKIiIa. CoutSrl'JUitfr. . iU&VM O. a-nOMAlil.lMlilluSi.'r t'Cinin 51 frO V. i ,-. j. .w n s fcff- .J - fl- v illoln'r.itM limit! Lnowii on npp'tra'iMt. I'l.ft rod ttl f li(Tit'i nl J'.i'nVcr, (). 'J'., nf; fvnntl dn miller A. T, & S, F. IVY CO, i'..Ht ItlllMtl l,vt Purtlorrnod d n nt I.vt.ti-1 An'ilau t :a in Itmc-aMnlvaun i ji l. hi.. Arrive t WUhtta i.n m. wr..r p.orNtt. lrrWiLlll T'mft.m InreMulv&ns. v iin, in. Wrr Ath'au I JUS P " ArrlT'siil I'.iijilwvfj'il imp in. c, k. 1. & p. n. hVr Itilti.Nf). r-jmnjrrlr.'iuo IJUial p rr lnienirirl(itP Mtntln i;n p. rrr vinin":.' l'ornir.iir v al Mpil i - n Inn. m ltttto.ictrnrlrri it'. Ulilril ittt.ip ni 10th DliUiioi BopKaontattvo Convention.-the Krp itill .ir.f f I! n.-c" and WcDd-caul e-intl." nl,f I'J' iiill'i"dlo inn Indrl.- g lecoitv nil ni V.-.' 'lnurii. oii'a, ( n Ha r.r tU)' S pt'-lulrr. ij, i'i" at i O'...

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 August 1902

if fr v . THE BEAVER HERALD. - ft ' si tf1 "V .VOL. XVI. . ,-" '. ., I U 4 . .' M, 4ta . , ' c.1 BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28 1902. NO jy Mi n A 4 LOG ROLLING! Under auspices of BEAVER AND LOGAN CAMPS There will lie a Grand Log Rolling on September, 17, 18 and 19th, 1902, at Hulit's Grove on Camp Creek. Good Speaking We will tell and explain all about the Woodmen. Program for each day-No dragging Always some excitemEnt. AEkSi.Vd.-JLi Fresh beef at iwd Saturday. uJL Audcrtou's Friduy A number from Heaver attended n danco on llic Cimarron nt the lionm uf William Dick Saturday night. Tlicjr report a splendid lime Wc expect, to leave B.'uvnr about ScptctuVcr l.'itli. Anyone desiring den ml work J (i lie diould cull nt once Wc extract tcctli by tlio painless nictbod. Drs. Y.mt & Uborn, MNs Slcil Tremain, uf Pratt, Kan sas, is visiting with her undo J. 11. Quinn and family, Mis Jennie Qiiinn will accompany bcr buuic and j crimps remain all winter. I h...

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 August 1902

aaaasuti :eiK-a.XjId. -( BEAVER, OKLAHOMA . if-. ! i 9 KT'J P- I J wl ll If r M m .- i r CMDEHSBD MEWS TELEGRAMS. Oxford university hoa conferred the aonory degree of Doctor of Civil Law on Joseph II. Choatc, the United Stairs ambassador to (Jreat Hrltnin. Tho president has signed the net ami-noing existing legislation to pro Tilblt tho passago or special or local laws In tho territories to limit the ter ritorial Indebtedness, xlc Whllo ft funeral wan being held In a church at 1'ine.rl, In Hip province of ()r-1 ensc, Spain, the building wan struck l.y lightning and as a result twenty-live poopln wero killed and thlrty-llvi! in jured. , Whllo rowing on .Miller Park lake. Bloomlngton, III., two young ladle of tho city, Ague.) O'Connor and Nellie Salmon, members of a plciililng patty, wero drowned by tho overturning -i their Wit. A cash donation of $.riU,0UU to ho used In carrying on the Htrlko In tho Went Vlrglnln coal fields was received at na tional headquarters of the United Mine W...

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 August 1902

,J im LS I "'4 . lit r. . KANSAsliwBRIEPS. 1 - IS SOMETHING UNIQUE Robert I Leo, of Oarlnnd, hnu been appointed a special laborer nt Pugct Bound navy yard, Washington. Albert Crispin, of Lawrence, hns been appointed a carpenter in tho qunttermastcr's department o( tho ni my at Leavenworth. Andy Peterson, the mnn who wns convicted of murder In the llrst degrro for killing Cnrl Holt, near Orcciilcnf, laat January, hns been taken to tho penitentiary. John C. I.owc, the reform school at timlaut, who idiot bin wlfo Inst Sun dny, nt Topekn, causing her death two days later, has been held for inutder by the eorc.ner'a Jury. Tho Hlk City (Ins and Oil Co. baa brought In nnother Rood gn well. It la (orated one mile north of town. Tills makes two rood well for this eom- pany nml Insures plenty ot pie lor tin town. Nothing rame of the Ailed Popullsl o.- middle-of-the-road Mate convention called for Thursday In Topekn. Only one delegate, put In nn appenianec George llordmnn of Neninha roiiuty. 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 August 1902

a - na . Ti ' "V s-iA.- 4 MMM KJm ' ' W vT i. imi n f"immmmaiwmMMmmmm0mmmmmmmmmkimrmmtiitmmm: aa----k4)a-a. II ltl ivafi M r i": nViir.fi r.vi:i:v .nrr..iY 0K.6UI County Papar. Fcr D.;!of:iito of Conroas. 110! 11. S. MGGUIRE. ANNQUNGEMEKTS. MAUDS. O. -THOMAS, :tfe..cer TKItMfl ' 0 T.f A IvrilMn; rale iiiade too nil nn j'fiirt'inti. I.iiletr-d al .'Hli.fT'r nt Ib-aTrr, tl. TV it, oti'l ! nitllT y A. T. & SF. R'7 CO. l.Anr isoiwii JVa'i V.ozlf ri Ix-ktri olaul lartrealiilrwiM Arriteaal WMilla wnr iiorNii. IVar wit dill '.rare. Vulrin hi t Kliclnwn-.l C. U. IF.E1." i:tsr it'iL'.Mx. liwnirrl-tr IJ'-eial 4"ir p n. l'-telt-irleNii J-A-.l- lfp. nr wy.rr turt'su. l'atuflrTarr f.aat Mejd lix.ro rcii;ertir V nl lib- fit i':"p- in a ii. j.im in. i p. m.. i-i. m. T'lta.rn. t n. m. J'lt P m. iill' in. COKTEST NOTIOB. iir.p.anir.Nrni' ihk isti.wop. lf. Ijtn.ilriirr-, Wur.fttnrd, O.T. An;n'. ii, ii A anffl'lert rnnte I irfldnrll hiring been ninllnlLI olCer lyJoltti llopii. c McMiut, ajalnat ll...

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 September 1902

l,4iiiL'7 " . .aai &r rmmL-.- . P ajguyfyrfH'. :.. ,st' i- ' " ' '" ' ii' I'- . .5 BEAVER ;r r s V i- , r J' ' ,l (. . ..Jf W u -' r i UUUA I II H 1 I m ' H 4 H v LlBSW. -BBBBWa. jfl eBaV BBbV BmBBmk eaBBSSSW mBSSSMfeesflaSSsI aBBlBWaSW VM W Hk ,'i.i. kSf a - 'AS Sem aseafcaaWawasallYa aa ! k el "..-- ,'r ( ' ' ' r "1 .. J. i. '. V ,' ...-Is ."" f.v ' Tirt.wj! , M&J ,- it-vW-v v . . t$2 Z " - 'J T" ?M 3C ., j M If ft ? VOL. XVI. BEAVEk, BEAVER COUNf'V, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 190. Ifli mi A LOG ROLLING! Under auspices of BEAVER AND LOGAN CAMPS There will fie a Grand Log Rolling on Septemfier, 17, 18 and 19th, 1902, at Hunt's Grove on Camp Creek. ' Good Speaking We will tell and explain all about the Woodmen, Program for each day-No dragging Always some excitemEnt. All the usual amusements artd sports Good literar) exercises each day PLATFORM DANCES. $25.00 REWARD. Winjleld MoOinnis broke jail at Beaver, Okla., on August 31, 1902, at 8:30 p. m. MoOinnis is $...

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 September 1902

'f,4r &Vl trl Srf. ' T? -' ---L J 1 .,HE1KAXiX). i &' it i ii i lr 1 1.1 rt w J - ? it t 'BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CONDENSED HEWS TELEGRAMS. Tho British court will go Into mourn. lag (or threo wocks for Uio King o Baxony, but Ilia order of mournlnr; wil be suspended during- the coronatloi festivities. Violent earth shocki and subterrnn can rumblings caused a panic Tuesils) among tha lulmtiltants of Mclllla, Mo rocco. No damage was done and there was no loss of life. Tho sproad of cholera In Manila Is Increasing. Thoro were SG canes anil 28 deaths from that dlaeaso Thursday. Tho totals to dato arc: Manila, 1.4UJ cases and 1,197 deaths; province, G,WJ rases and 0,008 tlcatus. Tho London board of trado ha? nwarilcd a handnomo ploco of plate to Captain Freeman, of tho British steam er Jloddam, In recognition of his gal lantry to 8t Plerro, Martinique, when thr.t town was destroyed. At Valley City, N. D Jennie Dairy -was shot and killed by William Ucn liett, hrr partner In a restaurant, ...

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 September 1902

0 . &- ttk TAEffleHtftatflTAI. SSXLSSSS i r- - ' ' v- ; I r w .if .. -.W -' V ' , A Potest Agalasf najaemea tortkt pumu ad- Boston Journal: "No form bf the rough straw hat will bo atyllnh this year," nays tho sartorial dictator. "Tho Panama In tho thing." Now a llttlo thlnic llko tho prlco of n i'anama that will last through at least ono rainstorm 18 or fio la of no con sequence of course. Bo many of our worthy fellow cltlzenn aro looking hard for ways In which to dlsposo of their cumbrous Incomo that tho munificence of tho wholo American people acorns to bo taken for granted by theso gentle men whoso portraits wo see every day on tho signboards. Personally, wo havo a strong aver sion to tho Panama. This aversion ha nothing to do with tho fact that our last straw hat a rough pattern, by tho way Is In prcsentablo condition or that wo aro saving up to go to less the still receding Bt Louis fair. Tho fact Is, tho Panama Isn't our stylo. A man ought to bo Independent at least In re ...

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. — 4 September 1902

s? 1 - Vf ,1 ' & ft ic "A A . '" Msa, . ' d t . 1 t". w - Vmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm y fewer X""'' jf . i ." f CiLJJgtUV.'LKV IIILT.SUAY ? f 1 fel l 'V. i Ofltelal Cektaty "after. MAUDS. O. TXOtfA8,Publlaker TKRM8 f 1.00 Voir. Advrrtieing ratea wade known oar epp'ieetlon. Katrod at pnttnffrr at Bnavcr, O. Trt at imil cleee tastier j' If. f I. t. ft t p. ri co. iJaht bound. XMri Eagtewuod m n. m AaMand Vt ' Meatee Mutvane i j p. tn Altlveesl Wichita i:f. WK3T roumm. KtaveaWlehrta 7-40a.n1. Imim Mat vaae I a, a. m. aVavee Ash'aa-t jus p " C. 1 I I MT ftisr hound. swstiagtrtbavsa Liberal 4:41p.m. tWerager leave Mead 6:op. m WKtT BOUND. ftoaMfttarrlrMatMeadb iulSa.ra ltstagsr a-rlvea at Lib, rat 11140 p. m Teat OesAcU.IkaUict Convention ! Repnblleae rr Rav r rtnty arehere tsyaotloyd bttaeet at Bear rr.lt T on Wediiee eVy.rJeptembar. iMh, 190. t-r'he pure of BiwoUagBre Joltg-atea t attend the Trnth ChmM DMitit tAaventlM to h held at Wa dWMri. O r. on H-'pUmUrr. to h . tent TiM4ltl ') inr Boun...

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. — 11 September 1902

': 7 -V rr. - Q ?. "-, w. n r ;! sft .i; ,. '3v . :45fc ME BEAVER HERALD. 3? V$,. XVI. vim 4jijr &7 fr? G, && .. m j(i-j-. -." lV f -f " Li wfar ''t'! l iV BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER n 1902. ill Mi LOG ROLLING! Under auspices of 1EAVER AND LOGAN CAMPS NO 19 Q. r Brinon, of Gate, in a new nub' scriber lo tlo llern'd. There will fie a Grand Log Rolling on September, 17, 18 and 19th, 1902, at Hunt's Grove on Camp Creek, Good Speaking--We will tell and explain all about the Woodmen. Program for each day-No dragging Always some excitemEnt. All the usual amusements and sports Good literary exercises each day PLATFORM DANCES. Remember the dates and place and allow nothing to keep you at home. Will try to please, amuse and instruct everyone who attend C V. Ault, A. N. Howe, Roy Blown, Executive Committee Logan Camp. II. E. G. Putman, M. E. Hibbs, C. O. Tannehill, Executive Committee Beaver Camp Holin & Drown, Liberal, Kansis havo a couiplc...

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. — 11 September 1902

"J. (. Z. J FrfT'-. '" '" L't'-LIV' v!,.'Z I llj VCH-W" ' t"ii T s: T' xg ETE-AXjID. c I W J ' L m m I M V) r y h I- BEAVER, OKLAHOMA - TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Edgar N. Falter, of Kansas City, Mo., and Walter II. Leydenburg, of Cliient natl, O., have Ijccu appointed t,uut c.otka nt Fort Leavenworth, Kns. During a picnic near Hast St. I o ii . III., Hmll Vcllor remarked lie w.a a wtcttlor. hla wife nt one1 li I. - -l him mid It itMUtlutl m n kt'bt Jl strougth. Vcttcr wua thrown luuvily uuil his ktiea was dislocated. Yuan Ski Kill, viceroy ot Chl-Ll provlnco, hus engaged Chnrloa Deal). Jr., who wua aeeretury of tho puma lonnl government unit who I tno bun or loriner United Stntca minister to China, to bo ehlef foreign iidvlsor. H. K. Clmmbcra uml Guy Wlllliu. . two young boyo, wero druivntd i.i well nt Irvlngtoii. Nob. ouiit; W.I llama dropped hla hat In tho will a ui wno lowered ilown In tho bucket i) Chonibeis. When near the lioitom i tell out and Ohumbcta went to his i n cut1. They ...

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. — 11 September 1902

.fcajaV-- 'J' LUNQS HUNQ OUT TO DKT. Communication Printed as Kerloua News by Pennsylvania Nowspaper. Tho York (1'it) Dally prints tho fol lowing loiter from a correspondent at Manliou Springs n a serluus bit ot hows. It was sent to Uio Denver l'ost by a consumptive), who aaks It tho Btatomcnts In It aro true "This is tho greatest placo In tho world," says tho Maultou correspond ent. "Hospitals and sanitariums (or consumptives aro located In this and adjacent springs by the score. Restor ed health and pristine vigor nro guar anteed to all aitlleted with pulmonary diseases. Tho Burgeon's lull to uud ell mato do tho work. II one lung Is nffoet cd, it Is extracted; l( both uro diseased, ono Is taken out and cured befora tho othor Is "- ''ated. Tho cavities aro l( with lint treated au- aa i f Rupture Tou Pay -, Whnt Ouvd; filled, K tlscptlcoV "On nnj. tho balcony" . ) m ttuu can sco slung over banisters of theso hos pitals doicus of diseased lungs taking tho dry air cure. Vhcro the huma...

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. — 11 September 1902

mT c;tvt?r 3riilil L.of"i & i? w. ', stj r .MMtl.Htir.H I'.VI'llV TliniSHAV " ' ... , OHlcial Ceunty Papor. ,. MAUDE. O. THOMAS, Publiahor rr .- Lit'-. Mtf fl r. ,-r L, t .. i! TI.IW8 SI " Vcar Advertising rule '""! known on Kit'ica'iori. KnU-rcd at p'l.lnfTicc ill Beaver, 0. 'J'. hr'oviiiiI cln mutter IRniOATION IN OKLAHOMA. A Company Forming to Mako Beaver County Blossom ns ' a Roeo. Wiioilwiiril, Ok , sfcit. 4 A com piny h frgniilxiii in Oklahoma to make Hcivcr ioumv onoofilio most tiitit tiib iintf pr iluulivo purls of Ok I ilmum. Hcavtr county at. this lime I In ktil upon an ulitioit valueless fur uii lilluia purpose belue in tho item. Aswnhive previously s'strd, lir Ucuvcr llirall U llrpublican ia Na tional ffatr, but in our lousl ciuut) ma tcra we will follow tlir proper scnli ment of tli i great msjirily of our citl-z-ns, nnil uppori llif men, not tbe par ly. 'I lio cl. clion of our county ofll ciali i lio il I be tinn-pnrtinno ai lonjf, m it is poislble lo keep partisan...

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 November 1902

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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 November 1902

wer Herald. 'X ' fMAUM O. THOMAS, PuMtahar. -IMUYM, I i OKLAHOMA. t:-JTO THE sIeDOMINT DAY." it'y.when things whl wronr, aranilfnthei- ho'd says ...... , r wwi, ma worm roil on i inn ji-uihuii k sigh fcr an' why sometime some- Hie ' what houM we should we carat Bh7 reckonln'a comln' -wnerei . aMa? with the winter, nn' dream n' sfj Unyt The world rolli on to the Jcdgmlnt Dayt" When things went wrong, on" we knelt In ' dust To thank tho Lord fer the poorest crust, An' the old-time, friends that wo thought , wo knowrd nod left tin friendless ntiing llfe'i road, It wan always nothln' but this to nay: "Tho world roll on to tho JedRmlnt Bo we tind tho sigh, on' tried fer tho son. Ktiowln' dod made the right, nn' would mkon Ihn wrnnir! Ja.n' trouble seemed lighter, nn' even tho night Had (tar never dreamed of to mako it bright. JyVc enn bear, wo enn Buffer nlnrm tho world' way, Per "Tho world rolls on to tho Jcdgmlnt Day!" i-F, I.. Stnnton, In Atlanta Comitllutlon. AT NO. 54. i Xf jfpOMti ...

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 November 1902

$ $ The $ $ Lost Continent By CUTCLIFFR HYNE. HK J Kiryrr k In. feitrittUXI, IT Ctthlifft I tut, !S:r cHAi'rr.i: x. ros-nxi-Kit. "Till jroud port e:italn tells ute tlml jr:n inn tie 11 nui.it vnllnut nttempt 0 return, Nuls, mill for nn excuse you lolil llmt It tins .vniir lute for some innn In Ihe city here tthleli drew you. I'tunr now, tie nre Milling to overlook much (if your faults I' you will fltc us it rrnsnmililc ehtince. I'olnt me nut tour mini, mill If he In n proper fclliiv 1 will cc Hint In vteds you honestly. Von, I will ilii more for you, Nnls, since till' ilny brings me to n liuslmiid. See lnt; Hint nil vtuit r.stntc In coufl scute tin n pennlly for your Inte rebellion, t will I'linrKi myself tilth your dowry mil chv It hnck to you. Ho come, mi me me the mnn." The ftlrl limited at her with a stt1ln liruiv. "I xpoko J lie." she jnld; "!hre l no man I tried myself to plio he r ndrocscy, would again ntuken her waenopper tunlty offereil. So I boWed (jrnvcly before the cm pr...

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