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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 September 1896

rV, Tli TrrrllorI.il Aihiicnlc, l'.'Ubilalif.I 1SS7 Thp Hintpr Herald, l'.smt.liMie-l IS!)!- Tin) Lnrgr Circulation I nfany Npwim)pi In tlip r County. v ? IN IHMIllll LIU""" llll Jill l I VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1896. NO. 32. -V REPUBLICAN TICKET. For delegate to conijrcss, 1). T. FLYNN. For Couociltnan, HAIUIY SMITH. County Ticket. For Probate Judge, 0. 0. TANNKHILTj. For Sheriff, F. D. HEALY. For Clerk, F. S. DKUMMOND. For Treasurer, J. 0. WILLIAMSON. For Attorney, DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES. For Survoyer, 0. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PECKHAM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., T. J. DUNLAP. For Commissioner, 2nd., Dist., IRA S. WILSON. Notice to Officers of Primary Com cntlons. Tho chairman and secretary of every primary convention held in tho towns ships of Reaver (i , are hereby notified that it is your duly to send to the Co. (Merle a certified list of nil persons nom inated for the several oflires of your towns...

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. — 3 September 1896

' ""j irrw- The Bearer Herald. TV. I. imCMMO.VD, Publisher. J1KAVSR, : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT, Fiwiidext Cleveland recently up proved the finding of a court-aiartia) MOtencinir an arrnjr officer to dismissal for refusal to par his debts. Tub assertion Is made that there I? more gold in tbe sacred vessels, medals, chains, etc, preferred at the ratlcan in Rome than in the circulation of the whole of Karope. It was reported from Norway that Dr. Xanten Intended to conduct an ex pedltlon to tho Antarctic ocean in eared of the south pole before return to the Arctic rcirlon. A rArr.R bicycle has now inraded the field. Paper fiber, similar to that used In the manufacturing of car wheels, is employed for tubing. The wheel weigh it pounds aud is said to Ic quite ai strong as any now in tiw. Si. Hesjauis RiciiAimsov, the dfv tinguished English physician, says that seven out of every ten sound and rea sonable people ouffht to lire to be 110 years old, tnd would do so if they "toolc care of th...

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. — 3 September 1896

fr "t -$m? - $? a V i( . t" M& k ,: -jp HEART of the WORLD. BY H- RIDER HAGGARD. 1 Stringe Storj, Ttirn From a Hinutrlpt De qor.lhfd I7 an Old Slrxlcin Indlsn to Kit J"r!na and Tomndis an rnrllih. , man amtd Jonts. Copyrighted, I8S1I. by 1L Rider Haggard. CHAPTER XXll.-CONTIKrjRx While the scnor anil hUtxifo were re ceiving1 Rifts nnd listening to pretty speeches, n number of attendants had brought tables laden with every sort of food from behind the pillars, where they had been prepared, and tit n signal the feast bejran. It was lontr and joy ous, though joy seemed to lmvo faded from the faee of Mnya, who sat at the head of It, neither eating nor drinking, but from time to time lifting the red eye from her breast, as though it scorched her skin. At length she rose, and. accompanied by her husband, walked bowing down tho hall to tho courtyard, where bear ers waited for them with carrying ;hulrs. In these they seated them selves, nnd n procession having been formed, very long and...

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. — 3 September 1896

mil uu !' n mm jr,io.i.i .'' 0 OFFICIAL DIRFl 7 OR fjoverncr, Tfn. IX F.ifrw. .......T.J.Le. C A. TrsV Secretary....- .. AtUrney General. ..,.. AiUat All oreey Geatrsl o a. jiviH.... J S. Attorney... ..Jls IMhu. .Palrleft Xtric! Caleb ILDrel. I Chief JuaiUe..-....., ....Fruit asl A a C. W-rv Ju. II. barferd. Ai!ile JtuJices I ir. tr. mu I J. L. KoAt.e. COUNTY OFFIGEBS. PrnUI. Judge... . ... ..CarierTrv.? Clerk ......,, UJ KMlogr Sheriff., P.l. Hely Treasurer J C. WiHmn Attorney G. U-Wright Ittgliler of Deed- . Dyke ISaIlinj;rr SupL of Sebeois lr If. U. Blanehar-I Surveyor '. B- O. flari Coroner .N.A. IVekbam F. J. PJrdH. H.B.O. I'alaM. Lee Howard. TCIIIrJO.V.TOPKKA AND SANTA YE, HV vffiJ&y Pepart Arrlre rittK Jfioj. m jono'irn Kt Mro naitsm 3.m.hi KruisaiCHy J J-3.m tlinni J.l. ' uo j. w laobaia Topefca II pin -I. to am Kmporla 2 loam Sdlon Mewt i:SSia 1 ISO via tWcbila (no-uiam fiIl-.pB 17 30 am )a 3;lO(,m Molvaae 1J:Kin J.oopm fpiry JSK-tpm KhtOain iigwood i;ipm dl-.ooam Ticke...

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. — 10 September 1896

?, "FfSHW' '& BEAVER The Territorial Advocate, EJlAbUslted 1SS7. The Brnrcr Herald, Established 1805. The Largest Circulation of tujr Newspaper in tho County. '. Yt a VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1896. NO, 33. " -.- ,Ki VI 1 7f ' ' 2 W.-K- ft. z Jr i r 1, , ( f P M I REPUBICAN TICKET. For delegate to congress, D. T. FLYNN. For Councilman, IIAItltr SMITH. County Ticket. For Probato Judgo, 0. 0. TANNEHILL. For Sheriff, F. D. IIEALY. For Clerk, F. S. DRUMMOND. For Treasurer, J, 0. WILLIAMSON. hut Attorney, , 4- jfcp" DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES. For Survcyer, G. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PEOKHAM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., J. T. DUNLAP. For Commissioner, 2nd,, Dist., IRA S.WILSON. Township Ticket. Trustee, J. R. TH0MA8. Clerk, A. GROVES. Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON. Road Ovorsocr, D. B. KINDER. Justice of tlii" rnioe, J. R.SENCENICII and ARTHUR HOGSETT. Constables, JAMES FLAGLE and CLARENCE I1IB1JS. qualify and assu...

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. — 10 September 1896

The Bearer Herald. W. J. 0Rt7MfO.TD, PblWher. BEAVER, ; ; OKLAHOMA ; - i CURRENT COMMENT. TffK prf-ot capital of tb London j A Northwestern railroad I V.'jO,VjO,W1. i SrrMTTCT fernlshed try Secretary of State Taylor haweJ that there werf AVt divorce; tail brought in Ohio la tfc taut year- Kmr Oxi.eAr surpassed New YorV la exiwl of corn dnrinjr, the seve-tr month ended Jolf 21, th shipment aaaonntfajr to IJ,KJ,2thel.. The re dsrtkm of freight rate wm the eaase. Two year xa. he tore th Florida tree were killed by frost, the orange trnp ot that tU aeaoonted to be.t weern llxajflxnMjtMJajoxex. TTiUyeai th erop h estfntated at only iiOM I trxea. 1 The Aostro-11 angary minister of afl-ricnltarc estimated the worM'i crop j of wheat for J at 2.m.().Vl t-tun- j el. The revised total for :W showed ' that 2,lS,(yv- bushels of wheat were , frodtrced. Ir waa stated that the; Pullman con-1 panj had decided to reduce 1U rate and that it wfll V;rio In the parlor car lerrtee on rat tern roads and ev...

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. — 10 September 1896

V i HEART OF the WORLD. BY H. RIDER HAGGARD. Flraatc Slorj, Takm From Manuscript Dt aieathcil bf an Old Jlcxlcon Inillin lo till JYtrnd and Comrade, an nnillih nan Namfd Joatt. Cowrichled. IWt. by ntder Ilacsard. CHAXTER XXIIL COKTIKBEU "Did slio then tell you why wc fled?" risked Mayn. "Did she tell you thnt she crcnt to my chamber like a thief in the nifrnt, nnd there was found in the net of dotiifr muruor ou my cimuy ' "o. lady i she told us nothing1 of all this. Indeed, her manner wns htrnngc, for so boon ns she was recovered some what she took hack her words, and Miid that she knew nothing; of you or your plans, and thr.t if you had fled we jdioulu do well to let you go before worse things happened. Hut knowing tliat for all this she had reasons easy to be guessed, wc followed you nnd found you, and now we arrest you, to answer before the, council for your great bins, In that you have broken your solemn oaths by attempting to leave the land without the consent of the council, 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. — 10 September 1896

It ivr i t . K i A te it YS i ' LV t B lti 11T liWgWMr3-JjrWIIWgM'gMCl ; 'jl 0FF1GIA L DJREC J OR Y poverper,, Wm. C. Keufrow. Secretary. . . ... T.J. Lowe. Attorney General ,.C A. Galbntttli. Aslant Attorney General.... Uoy Hoffman. V. 4. Marshall ,.1'atrlok Nagle. W. 8, Attorney ',Cleb It. Brooks. CMef Justice Frank Dale. fA. Q. C. Dlercr, J as. II. Burford. Assochto JiiuJiccs, II. W. Scott. J. L. McAtco. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judge Carter "Vw.y iiJtcrfc . BykB llalllnger jJhtrifT. ...F. D. 1 1 only Treasurer .'.... J. 0. Williamson Attorney 0. H. Wright .Register of Deeds Dyke Balllnger pupt. of Scheols; M,. II. K- Blanclinrd 3urvryor 11. 0. Ilarbco Coroner .... K. A. Pecklinm fF. J. ItlnUnH. Jstnmlrslimcrs ..-! II. 12. G. Putman. Leo Howard. .VrCllIBOH.TOPEKA AND MANTA l'E, UT 4 4 Jlopnrt Hi oupm Arrive, jo.nopm OitcfiKfl Vl. Jitaillsou Kansas City Topcka Kmpnrla Wichita Mulvauo Knlrv jn.huripm ) U 1 :to il.n:coim )nn-roi ' lliit'pin ii-sm :i n in ;iurp m lain l a m I a m a w...

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. — 17 September 1896

SJ c BEAVER ThnlVn Unrlal AilMiclr, Tlio ItiftH'rUi-inttl, t & The Lnr&ost Clrcnlntlon of any Newspaper In the County fc LliULkJ tllrt lritVIIIi( .!,',. K " wtwwr'wwa VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1896. NO. 34- " t& i ''' & y( 'i if' : f J i . , . r ft ar v U$C TOU ifW. toi'.. i- v N f.r 4. REPUBICAN TICKET. . For dclegito to congress, h' , ' 1). T. FLYNN. f " For Councilman, IIAKKY SMITH. County Ticket. ' 1 For Probate Judge, ' " CO. TA'NNEHILL. - For Sheriff, 'W . For Clerk, V & - F.S. DRUMJfOND. ?Evis cor Jiruusuiur, J. C. WILLIAMSON. ForAtfbrney; ,. jtwimz DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES For Surveyor. . J G. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PECK HAM. v For Commissioner, 1st. Dint., J. T. DUNLAP. 'For Commissioner, 2nd., Dist., IRA S. WILSON. Township Ticket. Trustee, J. 11. THOMAS. CierV, A. Q ROVES. Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON. Road OTCrsecr. D. B. KINDER. Justice otllv -lace, J. R.SKNCENICII and ARTHUR HOQ...

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. — 17 September 1896

ntwwMvimiinii'im 1 '. II lj? Tlio Beaver Herald. W. I. DRUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, t : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Exulaxd had tho coldest August thlf year of nny on record. Coxxf.cticut lioa Just linrvcstcd onr of tho finest tobacco crops over raised in tho state. Tub new United States cruiser, the Brooklyn, pets tnoro power out of n ton of coal than any other vessel of her class. It Is proposed to put out next year n chnlnless bicycle, which will be opera ted by bevel gears, Instead of tho usual hatn and sprocket. Tun territory of Oklahoma will this car furnish one-third of tho castor beans consumed by tho castor oil mills of tho United StntKs. Got.nnrf hair Is In such demand by the vvlgmakcrs of Paris utiil London that contracts for the cntlro supply for tho next five years havo been recorded. In Now South Wales and Victoria Iho labor party holds tho balance of power iE'l In South Australia prac tically controls tho policy of tho gov trntucnU ISiucks with mortises and tenons aro ...

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. — 17 September 1896

SW T i' 3 t :l ' v -? 1 ; . , Af . t,"n HEART OF the WORLD. BY H- RIDER HAGGARD. 6trange fitorj, TiVrn From Htamrrlpt Be qotathtil by an Old Mexican Indtia to lilt Frldid and fomndt, in Engllih man arard loan. Copyrighted. IWI. by IL Rider HatrcanL CHAPTER XXIV -CONTINUED. "Lords of tho council, listen to a talc, the strongest that you havo hoard, and judge between mo nnd Tlkal, my hus band, and Mnya, my rival, and her friends. Mattat, my father, was known to you nil, seeing that nt tho time of his death, and, indeed, since Tlkal was appointed cacique, he stood next to him In plnce nnd power among the l'eoplo of the Heart, holding tho ofllces In the brotherhood which now arc filled by Ditnas, and ninong them tliut of keeper of tho sanctuary. "Yet, lords, Mattnl, my father, was no true man. Alasl that I should havo to say It, seeing that it was more for my sake that he sinned than for his own, since he loved mo and desired my welfare above everything on earth, l't wan this love of hi...

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. — 17 September 1896

! ? jr K '?. I t ft l K i. IV tj.rvrw.iif it ! mMi OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Governor,.., Win. C JUnfrow, Secretary ,T. J, Lorrt. Attorney (Unr-fal,,.,., ,,,...C A. Oalbratlb. A.tliigt Attonu-jc Uticril..., Ho llomiian. II. S. M.ii-lmll l'alrl.ck Nne. IJ'. SI Attorney .. . . , ., Caleb ).. Urooki. Chief Jujlice..,, rYapk DhIo. f A. 0. 0, Itjerrr, I jut. ii J....-J II. W I.J. I.. Jiie. II. Jtiirforu, Assoc!! JtlkllCM Vf. Scoll. MuAtio. COUNTY OFFICERS. I'robalo Judge, .....CntcrTiii7 Clerk, j . . ,i , . , ...... Dyke n.nlllngrr Slierl.tr , I. 1). Ileal Iri'iuurcr , 1.0. Williamson Attorney , , . . . .0. It. Wfifilil Htcislcrof let!(K.,,...,....l)jUfi DuIIIdrit Supt. rSclioolB..,,...Mr.i II. K. lllnticlinrd Surveyor , . . , . II. 0. llnrbco Coroner ,..,..., JJ. A. I'tckliam ( I'. J, lllnlimil, Bominlrsioncrs. ., II. II. U. l'ntmnn. I I.collownrd, ytrCHIKON.TOlT.KA AND SANTA VK, UY Depart, in IM) )i in niacin in J n. Ita.l inn ) (l.UiUU pui 1 1 .: ip in i! I O n ill Arrlir. Mi.'iopiii a on )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. — 1 October 1896

y-w -at !' jlM)i T I1- .-j-i j. ,0.MtfmMK BMI.'H'il'iT'iCTB " " T a BEAVER HERAL "" "'" n" . TiioTVirlttirlal Ailtoutr, Tho Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In the Coiinly. l.l.t.l(.l..l UD-J'tl JilUl'tllBKUU IOI 1 The Rarer HeniM, fetabUtitcii h'ih. VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER i, 1896. NO. 36. -Vt V. fk 111 1 EL 7F 4 REPUBICAN TICKET. For dolcgato to congress, 1). T. FLYNN. For Councilman, HARRY SMITH. County Ticket. For Probate Judge, 0. 0. TANNEHILL. For Sheriff, F. D. HEALY. For Clerk, P. S. DRUMMOND. For Treasurer, J, C. WILLIAMSON. For Attornoy, DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES. For Surveyor, G. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PECK HAM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., J. T. DUNLAP. For Commissioner, 2nd., Dist., IRA S. WILSON. Tswnshli Tlckal. Trustee, J. H. THOMAS. Clerk, A. GROVES. Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON. Roal Oterseer, D. B. KINDER. Justice of Ili- M'dco, J. R.SENCENICH stad ARTHUR HOQSETT. Constables, JAMES FLAGLE and ...

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. — 1 October 1896

The Beaver Herald. W. I. DRUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, J : OKLAHOMA CURRENT , COMMENT. TowAnn tho closo of this month n convention ot Canadian annexationist is to bo held In Toronto. The Denver, Col., Trades nnd Lnbor Assembly has decided to send our of its members Into tlio middle states to work for silver In tho labor unions. VfniLn Jomes Turner was watching n parade nt Brooklyn tho other nlghl n rochet Ignited by one of tho paraden sK t into his mouth nnd pxplodcd, fracturing his jaw, from which ho died the next day. Gov. Habtisgs, of Pennsylvania re cently pardoned John llnnlsley. who misappropriated over 8500,000 of city and state funds whllo city treasurer ol Philadelphia, Tho governor gavo no reason for his action. E. J. Mattso.v, a cleric in a hotel in Minneapolis, Minn., died about five minutes bo fore a telegram reached the hotel announcing that his undo in .New York had died nnd left n fortune of upwards of 81,600,000 to himself and Ills sister. The monument erected by tho...

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. — 1 October 1896

I )UUMtV.4MN, &! ffltv isv t: y . c I ' tfIM - WniiiatfMsi rSllilHlIJIU ,Dy WilJiMn'TNicJiolj) tCopytleht, i&)j, ty J. D. Llpplncott Co. II. V The lili fought lier wny through the storms of thnt stormiest of re gions . into the l'nclflc, ami nt last her nnvlior was dropped In Valparaiso bay after a voyage which, south of the line, had been prolonged far beyond her master's expectations. There had been no opportunity to transfer Perez to a. vessel bound for Itio, and perforce he had been carried to the Chilian port. On the day of our ar rival, however, he and his companion bade us farewell and were sent aboard a steamer which, an hour later.bore them out of the bay. Our parting was that of friends who could hardly hope to meet again. Yet it was fated that u meeting should come, and, that, too, at un early date. Again the Mary 1'eek was plowing tho waves of the Atlantic, l'avoring breezes on the A'nclflc, a fierce but short lived storm off the Horn, then a half gale which drov...

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. — 1 October 1896

!M"5HH! I OFFWiAL DIREL J OR Y Governor,,,.. .........Win. C. llcnfrow. Secretary .T.J, Lowe. Attorney General ....U A. flalbrallh. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman, V. 8. Marshall ....Patrick Nagle. I). 8. Attorney Caleb ll.llrook. Chief Justice , frank DU. fA.G. C lllcrcr. I Jas. II. Uurford. Associate Jusltce,... I II. W. Bootl. . L. MoAite. OOUMTT OFFICBM. rrobal Judge Carter Trvy I1erk Uyk lHlllngr HbcrllT , V. D. Ilcaly Treasurer.,,...,.,. . ....J.O. Wllllamsen Attorney C. H.Wright Uegtster of Dot-J Dyke Ualllnger Sunt, of Schools,, Mrs. II. K. lllanchnrd Surveyor. , It. 0. liatbee Coroner..,, , ,,, N. A. I'eckbam ( I1. J. WrdsaH. Femmtisloaers II. K. 0. I'll I man. Leo llowarJ. ATCJIIHON.TOI'EKA ASH SANTA KK, UV Uepnrt. Arrive. WMiopni :.iopm 5:som 3:0ii ii m In. littnpn Id iao in H.i'i'JOpm aili.Mi am )I tn-.j. in fttlaru Uiinara Mian nm Wim l?:iOpm (nAi.lOam dlicMuin "blcajn Vt. Madison Kansas tliy Tnpcka Kmporl Mowtn Wichita -. . iHi.aOam la nttopm Mntvann Pt.tta...

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. — 8 October 1896

- - r- . ! a t t TlioTcrrltorl.il Adtncritr, lMsMished 1937 The IJi-nrer HernM, EttnblUlied lS9o. Tliu Largest Circulation of nuj Newspaper in the CouoJy. H vi ! t 4 t' :.:A rs K viumkinmnmw iijjaup.gi.,nuiiiLinijijciiT vi I VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. NO. 37. .' V M . j. 'i P .;A htti w ! REPUBICAN TICKET. For delegate to congress, D. T. FLYNN. For Councilman, HAHltr SMITH. County Ticket. For I'robato Judge, 0. 0. TANNEUILL. For Sheriff, P. D. IIKALY. ir For DRUMMOND. For Treasurer, .,T J. 0. wimAamson. For Attorney, DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NO AU DAVES. For Surveyor, 0. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PEOKIIAM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., J. T. DUNLAP. For Commissioner, 2nd., Dist., IRA S. WILSON. Township Tickot. Trustee, J. It. TH0MA8. Clerk, A. GU0VE3. j Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON. Road Orersocr, D. B. KINDKIl. Justice of the -ace, J. K.SENCENICII andARTliLll HOaSKTT. Constables, JAMES FLAflLE and CLAUENCE 1IIBB3. Notice ...

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. — 8 October 1896

lv- The Beaver Herald. TV. I. DRCMMO.VD, Publisher. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Dcriso ISfj, according to statistics on Uio subject, the people of the United States spent 70,000,000 for chewinp gum. Dn. Lewis Swift, of the Mount Lowe observatory, at Pasadena, Cat, has dis covered two new comets close together, both being about one degree from thr tun. A bio syndicate, composed of New York and Chicago men. Is looking for a location In Washington to put up as they say "the most magnificent hoteJ in America." The ptcmbcr report of the depart ment of agriculture at Washington makes the number of young hoes in the country for fattening seven per cent, smaller than last year. Ml.MSTEns of all denominations rowded the parlors of the Y. M. C A. hall at New York on the iath in re sponse to a call baring for its object the evangelization of Greater New York. ALniAXDr.it Isivood died recently at Hartford, Conn. He was a strange man. He predicted the time of hit death months ago and t...

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. — 8 October 1896

a y v I $y$mm i. ,ty WilIihmTNicW ICorv right, 1895, by J B. LlpplncoU Co. -OS.;t HI. COXTIKDEI). "Why this bnstc?" But I rose m ith out delay, n.S'liQ might linvo ob-scned, had lie 'not been busy with his own 1 chcines. "It's something llhc this, you know," he went on. "That splendid creature CrQi ' --r. ' J r mnr. with 11 nnmo I can't pronounce Is with Miss Orny now, nnd until I get some body to look after the little Yunkcc, you know, 1 can't have the splendid creature to niyoclf. I don't spcuk much of her lingo, you sec, and she can't make even a stagger at m'uc, and so y. our com creation is rather embnrrrn?s 4 Ing before' a third party, don't you know? I'm "counting on you to help mc out." " "Lend the way," said I. "I'm a willing fciicrlflce.'" In five minutes I found myself talk ing to Miss Gray, while ntin little dis titnee lJurroughs! and the frtlr Urniliun were progressing famously in spite of -'tlic 'lingbrr limitations. Still further nvviiy thu btioiu mother of tbcfiplend...

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. — 8 October 1896

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