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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 October 1896

-Jt-i u Tint Lnrjroit Clrnilntlon Coiinly. TliATrtritoilnl Adwafc, f , -c W FiTiie Daver Hr-rtilit, "' ' .Hr .t KtnUlirlitJ l-f)5 - '' 41 roatvOTgaaTCTjCTg'pa'iptaM.tf.AA M VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1896. NO. 38. - f REPUBICAN TICKET. For delegate to congress, D. T. FLYNN. For Councilman, IIAIUIY SMITH. County Ticket. For Probate Jude, a. o. tannuhilij. For Sheriff, P.l). HKALY. For Clerk, F. S. DllUMMOND. For Treasurer, J, C. WILLIAMSON. For Attorney, DIt. STHONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES. For Surveyer, G. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. 1'ECKIIAM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., J. T. DUNIiAP. For Commissioner, 2nd., Diet., IRA tS. WILSON. Township Tickot. Trusleo, J. II. THOMAS. Clerk, A. GROVES. Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON, lload Overseer, D. I). KINDHH. Justice of tlic i-rnce, J. U.SnSCKNICir nua ARTiiu.t noasi:rr. Constables, JAMES rL.YOI.ti nnJ CLAUKNCU 1IIHU3. II you vcte a straight ticket, stamp in the large tquare surrounding...

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. — 15 October 1896

I 8 It w b r h ! f t Tlio Bearer Herald. W. I. DUCMMOND, Publisher. BRAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A French scientist declares that the earth is gradually growing colder. CORN Is being- shipped from Mobile, Ala., In big qoantltics, owing to a fam in In the two Mexican provinces upon which Mexico depends for Its surply. Tur St. 1-r.nU Republic savst "The bScyle built for 55 opens Indefinite pos- ilhlllttes for the future. We may yet , have, a train propelled by its paen- jrvrs at a swifter rate than the steam i locomotive can attain." j A roms at Rock Island, m, nas ceeeeded In makinc a jug measuring over fire feet In height and nearly three feet In diameter. It Is without a flaw aad is said to be the, largest jus cj.'i turned out. It will bob! 114 gallons. Fka:tcvs Pellant, a resident of Marinette. "VYK, recently died t th are of S3 year. He probably left taorv I progeny than any other man In tb , tjooi ,nj congressional committees, state of Wisconsin. He was grand- I Chairman Ba...

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. — 15 October 1896

,"'"vv'tYrr "1W. u " ' t J V j ,. 4K f- 1 TV ri V, ," II t lit iy Villi'&mTNitKoK Corjrltht. tSj, by J D. Llpplncott Co.J 1 Coxrr i-r.D. I stared at him in blank nranrcrociit. AVh.it" cbukl bo mean? Did lie propose lo retain mc ns his private physician? Wns ho sufllulc-ntly wenlthy to imlulga In such luxuries? Ills dress told noth ing on that score. Ho might Lave been a thrifty mechanic or n million aire. "It Is my wish," he went on, "first to travel, hut not far, then to seek re tirement of the quietest. Once you told n friend, a friend" he repented the word ns if to emphnsize It, "of n phicc near the sen, bolltnry, remote. Is it r.ot so?" "l'es, I remember," en hi I, my thoughts flashing back to the convcr iution on the last night with Perez. "My henlth Is precarious," ho con tinued. "I wish to bo not disturbed, to be guarded from intrusion, ns well as to receive medical attention when necessary." "In other words," I suggested, "you wish mo to accompany you to the spot you hav...

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. — 15 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 October 1896

o 9 A. BEAV Tlic Largest Clrcitlflttou of nuy Newspaper lu the County. The Territorial AiUoiMtr, , EilivblW.t.l 1&S7 f Tho llinrer Herald, Estnbllslie.l 1S05, VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. NO. 39. i VI . . f 11 f t. fp 1 REPUBICAN TICKET, For dclegato to congress, i, T. FLYNN. For Councilman, IIA11HY SMITH. Couaty Ticket. For Probate Judge, C. 0. TANNEHILL. For Sheriff, F. D. IIEALY. For Cleric, F. S. DRUMMOND. For Treasurer, ,-,J,.G., WILLIAMSON. For Attorney, DR. STRONG. For Superintendent, NOAH DAVES. For Survoyer, G. M. GARDNER. For Coroner, N. A. PECK II AM. For Commissioner, 1st. Dist., J. T. DUNLAP. For Commissioner, 2nd., Dist., IRA S. WILSON. Township Ticket. Trustee, J. 11. THOMAS. Clerk, A. GROVES. Treasurer. J. V. THOMPSON, lload Overseer, D. 1). KINDER. Justice of tho -eice, J. R.SENCENICII and AIITI1UK HOQSETT. Constable!, JAMES FLAflLE and CLARENCE 1IIR1IS. If you vote u straight ticket, stamp in the large square su...

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. — 22 October 1896

Wv-r; yrr- IW1-11 V " W-"rT J :-pr -w '"' I J, P"'1 "V V, -p '"l "KlftTHTw. vxKffTiFVfPVfQKW '" '' it Tho Bearer Herald. W. I. DRC.MMOND, PnblUher. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tot 1K6 worW's crop of wheat Is es timated at !.X51,0a,000 bushtls, or about 59.000,000 bushels less than last rear and 1S1,000,000 bushels less than l&M. Oxk good result of the English occu pation of Egypt it the prompt stamp ing oct of cholera epidemics. This i accomplished by the dm of uncontaml natei water and the isolation of the sick and the dead. Mr. ami Mr. Hrnrt Kskra, of Xa nuet, X Y , hare lived under the same roof for 50 years without spcakta? to each other. The lath anniversary of their marriage will occur this month, but there will be no golden wedding. Dcksg an illness from an abscevoa list lirain fanutl Hr Mow IVav.1 when a ehlld and which terminated fatally, William McAllister, a 16-vear- old bov livinr ia Washington, crew ten inches in hch-ht In the four nrAt he was sick. A Ptsr...

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. — 22 October 1896

BsMjiftSU ' Ti ,1" .A P)X 0- - I . CopyrlRht. i& tyJ I! Llrplr.cott to.1 V.--("o.nti.nui:d. "A beautiful country," said I, half In bo!iloiiy n ml lialf addressing my com panion. "Anil more a safe country, 1 Uilnlc," said he. "We are not followed at least so far. .Vo one else left the train vhcu we did." "Oil," said 1, thus dragged hack from ciitiuicnt to reality, "we ought to be safe enough. Hut, sneaking of pursuit, wis danger of it 11111111110111?" "Perhaps," he answered, dryly. We rode on in silence, the good old lior&c between the shafts irolng his master's warranty of a lack of coltish iices, jet contriving to get over the ground with satisfactory dispatch. We parted company vv i th the brook, crossed u little ridge and turned down another narrow valley, traversed It, and eiossed n. stictcli of woodland where the branches of the: trees locked above the highway, climbed n hill, nnd in a mo ment were looking ujion a scene In which there was no Miggcstion of those through ...

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. — 22 October 1896

i" W t i I ! J ;! V I. rf : i jHWHLJ-U..' JLLI OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Governor Secretary., , Attorney General,, Assistant Attorney Tu. C Jteufrow. , ,T.J, LWS. C A. QsJbroilb. Jeoerl....lloy Hoffman. l'atrick Nagle. ,. Caleb K. Drooks. Frank Dale. f A. 0. C. Blsrer. IT. S." Marshxll JLV8. Attorney Chitf Justice 4 Associate Justices, J a. II. Burford. II. W. &.tt. J. L. MeAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. rrebais JuJjte CartcrTricy "Clerk , Dyke Ballinftr 'Sheriff , F. D.Healy Treasurer ,....J. C Wllliarasan 'Attorney C. R. Wright Kegisteraf Deeds , Dyke Ballingrr Supt. of Schools Mr. II. E. Mancharrl .Surveyor., 1L 0. Htrbee Ctroaer , S. A. IVckhaui F. J. BirdtaH. II. K. 0. Futman. Lee Howard. 8 ATCHISON TOPEKA AND SANTA KE, 11Y I Depart Arrive. Kt.bOpra la-aapm 'fljleart-. hi. Mad ion Xanal, tf"l r T , .... ..--. ,. ,.. . - . --- - ... n. 1:2.1 ti m ( l 1 an a in .V It III ,WU l III Topeka Kin porta "s'ewt-n X lehita i. n -m pm :: a m ll.a-pni 4.40 a ia 'IM i ni is fopm 1 h e:.o a ra (J in np...

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 October 1896

' ."fvs S tr :-- BEAVER 1' 'fho Torrltnrlal AthuoiU-, ,.Tho Largest Clrcvtattoft. of any Newspaper lu the County. t'jtlhhlitrndt lwr; ia' ' i tTlio Doaypr Itruitl, KeliibUil.eu 180.1. MMimmwiiiiiiw Muummmjuiiu ,tcOTnCTi3rq.".'-'''y'" '"wwinMjijWiu Vol. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1896. NO. 30. "i". aMT9MM 1FBnrH 1 WWOW1WWIWI fH -x!ff&'TXzit-rTy q;' Smt wi H S l This is the very best Smoking ' Tobacco ' 3 4 YOU CAN GET , REPUBLICAN TICKET. . For dolcgato to congress, 1), T. PLYNN. For Councilman, IIARHY SMITH. 4A II you veto a straight ticket, ttamp in the large tquarc surrounding the device of your party. s If you do not voto a olraight ticket, Btamp in tho square at the left of every man you vote for. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS On entering tho election room nn tiouacc your name to tho poll clcrkti. Tho clerk holding ballots trill deliver to you one territorial and ono local ballot, and tho clerk holding the stamp will de ' liter to you tho sa...

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 October 1896

0 The Beaver Herald. W. I. DnUMMOXD, TublUher. BEAVER, OKLAUOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Err.nx seventh person of all the men, women and children In Great Itritaln Is a depositor In the post ofllco saving la nk. President Cleveland did not pet Ills name on the registration book In New York, and to he cannot Tote a) the coming election. Last year the shipment of apple? from this country to Europe was 7S3. COO barrels, and this fall 775,000 barrel have already teen sent over. William NALnonr Asron, the New York Tribune says has arranged tc erect n SI, 000,000 ofllco building In thf Wall street district In New YorV. It Is to bo the largest structure of Hf kind in the world. William Ciioiienski traded his wif Jo Stanley Molo&kl for a meerschaurr pipe at Warrior Hun, near Wilkes barre. Pa., recently, and the latter dls posed of the woman the next day for another pipe and 53 to boot. A nKcr.NT dispatch to the Londor Times from Simla, India, stated tha' European and American grain dealer? coul...

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 October 1896

vwrr- ,v -V f ' T4 ' . .4 4 ffr. A -- i .;v. M v l 'I i'-sT 1 :-. .:. 'if iy W.ll.hroTN.ckols ICopy right, tSjj. by J B. LIrflr.cott Co. VII. CONTINUED. I understood that In tills order lie li.ul nn eye as much to his own benefit im to mine, but It pleased me pcvcrthc less. There was nothing In the way of horseflesh In the neighborhood which would meet the requirement of gicat speed, and I resohed to drho to Uns settvllle the next dny to seek Sam Cnr pcutcr's asslstnncc, his knowledpo of the trotting stock of the region lc!ng encyclopaedia In its scope. To the Khrewdncss of n horso trader born and bred he joined a reasonable amount of honesty, and, as there could bo no haggling oer his commission, he could be relied on as a trustwortny nuviser. AVhcn I drew rein the following morn ing before his stable he came out to meet me, with n twinkle of profession al amusement In his eye as he glanced ot Mrs. Weston's steady old marc and lamshnckle buckboard. "Sam," butd I, getting down to bu...

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 October 1896

w K J. JS1? "S" OFFICIAL nutKLiony Ooternor, Wm. 0. Ucnfrow. Secretary,.., . .....T.J, Lone. Allarner General C A. Galbraltu. Assistant Attorney General... .lto Hoffman. U. 8. Marshall Patrick Nagle. II. Bt Attorney Cateb It. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank I1e. f A. 0. C. Merer. I JOB -In. u I Jos. II. BurforJ. Associate Justices . w. Heoll. L. MoAtre, OOUNTT OFFICERS. ProWe Judge CarterTrcy Clerk ....... Uko Balllnger Sheriff ,.. .....F. D. llcaly Treasurer... ...J. 0. Williamson Attorney.,.., .......0. II. Wright Renter of Deeds.... Dyke Balllnger Bitpl. of Schools,. ....Mr. II. E. DUnchtnl Surveyor. . . .11. 0. Barhee Coroner v. ........ N. A. Peckhani f V. J. DlrdMll. Seramlseionors.. J II. 13. 0. IMtman. I tee Howard, AfCllIBON.TOPEICA AM) HANTA KK, UV .1 $ ! JJH SSSS nan Urpnrt. jo.oo ii m m.no a m 5 a. I.-S.1 m )ri.!' anpm ll.:t.pm J:loam A-:u n m un.Mum Arrive, e:.inpm aioopm (il I aoa hi tiMitm 4s4o am U'U.lii m ligopm fdinnnpm a .tiiopm tliooiifii 10:30 am rt 4:00 a in Chlcae...

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 November 1896

' $fff TH "? j n M T5 ' . d - fflc Tlic Largest Circulation of nny Spwspajicr In tlic (Jointly. d ,-t c frlubli-did Ivt, I The Diarr Herald, Utlnbihlietl 18M. , roacyfWijfcgriHrtjamiLayjjf tunrtiMMrjct a nancaaeT?TTJMmjcMjw,uinii,,mTM.M.,wi iBOaKranygfrwc PTtnagmsfraayMTqrytmjt m ' U'tirrajcwixprr VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOV., 1896 NO. 41. wwmi m VntifWr'mifwii fwiii m uowri-W! c w Ill IF j PJi P8 if!! 4 Y s I IV f id Everything ican. Sound Money nnd .Sound Ihislnoss scoros n great Victory. Tho "crown cf thorns" hag been pressed upon the brow of labor, whero it will remain for the next four years, at least. Tbo cross of gold is not bo bad after all, if tho American pcoplo nro any judges, and we rather think they arc. ''Hero's tho RPLL OF HONOR. Connecticut. Delaware. Illinois. Indiana. I v. Iowa Kentucky Maine Maryland Massachusetts Minnesota Nebraska Michigan New Hampshire New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota North Dak...

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 November 1896

I, r. K Li IM' The Boavcr Herald. W. I. DIIUMMOND, Publisher. nEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. CmoAoo has 150 colored lawyers, 20 colored doctors and 60 colored preach ers. It will cost Uncle Sam just S3,S00 to Are every ono of the now torpedoes now being made. At tho present time there Is moro slccl used in the rannufneturo of pens tlinn in nil tho sword and gun factories In tho world. Tub Orange Judd Farmer says that the potato crop is 245,480,000 bushels, k. decrease of more than 60,000,000 bush els or 17X per cent, compared with a year ago. FlFTT prominent Indies of Brooklyn dave combined In a Dress Culture club, pledged to wear dresses three Inches from tho ground in fair wenther and llx Indies on rainy or snowy days. Postmabtkk-Giznkual Wir.so.v has re quested tho secretary of state to invito till the countries of tho world to send representatives to tho meeting of tho universal postal delegates In Washing ton next May. Tub report of the operations of tho Haines liquor 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. — 5 November 1896

o , IMS) m y Villi&inTNithoK ICoDriRh't. iCn. fcy J U l.lpplncott Co. VII I. Co.VTi.Nunn. I followed slowly In Ills wnhe, let Ulnjy Ihc buy choose his own gait. Dr. I tan Its' proposition lintl taken me ly turprlsu; moreover, It lmd served to touse me to n realisation ot the com pleteness with which my future wns nibjcet to the capriees of fate. Tor the present, to be sure, there was no enuse for anxiety; but a week might change the situation completely. Suppose lmiMi- should choose to depnrl; there uiis no certainty thai he would not leuvc me behind. Supposo he should Jiej It wim hardjy probnblo that t 'hould profit by any Iicqtieat. Suppose Als enemies should discover his retreat Slid descend upon him; the result, so far is 1 was concerned, would be the snnip. l'hls Inst danger seemed to be the least Imminent of the three, but It was as well to reckon It In. I had been In Ids pay for the better part of a yenr, but, In 'reality, was my position improved? I hud licd In comfort, ...

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 November 1896

1 g n II I '1 (I i The Lnrgcit Circulation of any Scws'iancr 1st the County. ' Tlio Tftrrltori.il A-lmuti-, ' i IB j T5-.MMIih.vt iSs. . I ! T!i l'.ttfvcr Iti-rald, j i lhtablMtnl IMC. RTtsa'gMtjjtn jem nwaiBiwcj. jJWjry'WjgmMrwwm-yLiycaari-rPCT i if i J V ( I V-fnX fri VOL. 2. Ucavcr, Benton and KlruwooJ town ships contributed 52 of Flynn's 130 ma jority in tliis county. Tlio voto in theso three townships stood 01 to 42. ' up Ho was an earnest minister, and ono Sunday in the course of a sermon on tho significance of littio things he f-aid: "Tho hand which mado the mighty heavens tnado a grain of sand; which made the lofty mountains mado a drop of water; which mado you mado tho grass of tho field; which laada me made a daisy I" Says Mr. Scwall of Maine: "Mr. Bryan will roccive MO electoral voles, which shows that thero aro some honest men in the country." This declaration denotes that there was mighty littio choice betwein Tom Watson and tho regular Democratic nomineo fer Vice Presi...

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 November 1896

"! RWif' WHi!1'1 ''" " T'vyr(' s " "TVlJj ' iff '"i "" "' 'J ' JT f 'i i 0 v V' - HMr L v I i- H H I ! I I' f Tlio Bearer Herald. TV. I. DRUMMONI), Publisher. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Mr Botan's record In 00 days wai C43 speeches nml 17.S31 miles of travel TnK musicians' associations nil over the United State havo nfllHated with tho American Federation of Labor. Titn Cincinnati l'rlco Current Rays lato investigation confirms the esti mates of 450,000,000 bushels of wheat for the past harvest. The Mexican government ha placed nn order for 1,000 bicycles with no American firm. They aro to bo used in tho Mexican array. The people of tho District of Colum bia nrc getting ready to aslc congress to substitute a cremntory for tho pot ter's field at Washington, and It Is be Keved that the plan will bo approved. Tiik steamer City of Warsaw recent ly laid tho cable extending from tho Illinois to the Missouri shores that completed the circuit which placed 100 towns in Illinois, M...

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 November 1896

Vr ", t i T w;Fipr T r rJ "twit "'"IT, -yyapj-. "US"' sPF " ' "'1? ' ' ""' "jrir NpiPr AW V Y a fiiM -- iKWiBMI t c-j iui -,Tmi e, 3y V.IJ.oroTN.tUS Coryrlctit. 1S9;. by J. B. Upplncott Co. X. Continued. You will nrlse At a regular hour let rm sny seven o'clock. You vv ill then take llirco drops of the medicine in tiwlne fjlnra of water the Klnhs must be full to (he brim. Then ro out of tloors nml utilk slowly for 13 minutes in the sun niest spot nvnllnblc, not for exercise, af course, but In order to hac the clr :ulntlon nt Its best to promote the no tion of the delicately powerful combi nation of drugs. 1 will arrange with Mrs. Clark for your brenkfnst diet. After breakfast you will sit in theopen .tlr for nn hour, nt the end of which time you will taken walk orrlde. Don't return from it until thu dinner hour. fiftys t hen you may take 11 second dose. Heat for an hour after dinner, and then jias jour time as you please out of doors. iV third dose should Iks taken at supper-time, 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. — 12 November 1896

,11 , t - ti ? .;' fti N i 5 . n m f6A tJr1 jXJXMOWCT 0 PFICIA L 1)111 EC TORY Governor, .... Win. (1 llenfreir, tertiary n T.J. Laire. Alterney General C A. Oaleraitt. AiiAnt Attorney tfetm.!.... Iley llaffann. if a t l.u V . c pir?qitn......i J S. Atterney..., Chief Juiltee..... ASeite Jasiifc..., Patriate Megle. Cater..I)r(s. ... Frank IHIf. f A. G. a Merer, i J. H. Burfettl. Il.ir. SubiI. J. L. MeAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. PrcKiie Judge... ... ,. .... Carter Trvy Oltrt Dyke JUIKrptr ftterhT.,.,... F. 0. Het.T 3 reaiurer, ......... J C. WflHam.en Attorney C B. Wright lUgister ef IieetW. ftyke !Mliagr upt. cfShw4. ..'....Mrs II. B Itlanabart ?urvryor. K. 0. Bwrtwe Ceroner X. A. tVokhsm (T J ltlrdrt. ?alsiMitrj .. . i tt. K. fl 1'atwan. ( Lee Howard. ATCHISON TOl'ES V AM SANTA TK, RT Drt on ii m 3. .10 am 5 a. 1:1 urn i:-3tn Arrive. je.Si p m 3.nOIM Id 130am Muter 4,Val'son Kanfutlty a iriW a m Kraperla ttjt-Jt Wichita JCnlrano ling evroed -:io am :.:& am 1 -n it tu ..- am tnr.jiiM...

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 November 1896

""WsTw'T" TTT''WSW ' pfc t .'' i BEAVER HERALD. The Largest Circulation of any Xeusppipr hi the County. The Territorial Advocate, Established 631 The Hmrrr Hcmld, EilabllshfJ 1805. VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1896. NO. 43. vvww'wyw&wpwy'rTi!W'viv! w " """" ""in- th-i"""!? 'w T "ffw,?w--' r" W .ir Tho Oklahoma county heretofore known as ''G" now responds to the name of Custer county. At last the belligerency of Cuba has been recoguUcd. Not by tho United States, however, but by the little repub lic of Bolivia. The free silver advocates say that tho fight in the interest of free coinage has just begnn. It dors look ns though it had not made much headway up to Nov vembcr 3d. Senator Hill is called upon to reunite the democratic party . Xk4 first move toward such a consummation, will be to find Hill and' then discover the demo cratic party. Inter Ocean. Whatever the next territorial legisla ture does or don't- do, tho republican party will no...

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