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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 November 1896

I J V , 3 I e 1 ! 1 ;i t7 5 th , i if rs ,iK h ! i 4 I 3 3 ,; T f The Beaver Herald, IT. I. DltCMMOXD, Pabllsber. BEAVER, i OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Woaftx constitute two-third of all fbe cbrreh members of the United State and only one-thirteenth of all tbe criminal. Mts. Sakaw Matter, f Cberetme Wyo., -trill b. tie first woman to vote a a member of tb electoral college for president of tbe Coiled State. M. CH-iiJjfcxtL-LAOotnt. tbe recently ccceaed Frffoch statesman, hasdirect ed thaiall of tU fortune be distributed among-Ibe poor in tbe q Barter lo which be lived. . Xew Onjriss is In a state of excite raeut'orer tbe fact that the Miukipp river I prorWiog- Itself with a en tirely new month. It is a very terioa. matter to 'tif O.-lraai and a threat to tbe cltjr ebzamerce. Arras three years' bard work and tbe expenditure of between U,6W,eco and tlC.CCa,tRo. Kew Orleans ha final ly completed tbe ffreat ondertakinjr of chxBjrin? its street railroad mo tire power frotatbe old-fashioned...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 November 1896

. , JjMmi c Z&vr'Z ,., ... li. iTVhjil iiifeJl IslJIi f t! dy ViI'i&mTNwJwK tCopytlcht, id)?, by J U Llrplncott Co. XI. CoxTixrr.n. Tho ride back to Itoilnrrtoiviir. wns lianllynsiilenFn'nt'nli the iirr.t half of the trip liml been, for both of us were In cllncil to tndturuity. MifuiUrny doubt less wns busy with thouglitsof licriuint, while for inc the nfternoon wns spoiled by Cnrjienicr'a tidings. Jt had been a luxury to forgot the house on the knoll. If only for an hour or two, anil hero wns this news, very probably of no moment, yet enough to remind me of my thrall dotn, to drag mc brick ton icnllz.it Ion of the fnct thnt Lama-1 hncl the first, clnini upon nio. Of course, jie would have to be told of the incident of the auspicious stranger, nnil told it once, with tho pos sibility quite within reason that he would decide to seek a new asylum without delay. In that ease 1 might And myself bidding Mrs. Loriug and her niece an unceremonious adieu, or I might be '.eft behind ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 November 1896

lannprf- -BVWfWipiPWt ' rjjp" iPFWWl!'WW-w. 1ST s lVl ft TW, IflSP i' c . ( i H '15 t 1 f VIC H I 1 .11 ( I! i' i t ;i ? n M ornciAi. in unci our Sevtrnor, IVto. C. I'.enfrow. Secretary T.J. Lowe. Attorney General, ,,C A. Oalbrallh. iMf tint Attorney General... . Ho Hoffman. IT. 3. Mar-hall.... l'atiick Nugle. I'. S. Attorney Caleb fUKrooki, Chief Justice fmuk Dele. j A. (J r. Bierer. 1 Jm. H.Uiuford. y&SOCtale JullCf. .. j U. IV. Svoll. (J' ' McAlee. C0UKT7 .OFFICERS. Valvals Judge, Carter "ruy ptk Dyke IJallinger f.hfriff. r.v.Ufix Treasurer. ...... J. C. Williamson ,Aliarnrjr... 0. K. Wright Jlitister of Deeds. Dyke I'.allinprr Supt. of feheolv. Mrs H. K. UlanehaM Surveyor It. O. Bsrbee Coroner...,.., K. A. I'tckbam ..'.' fF. J Itird.all. FimmiiVionfrt J H. fi. 0. I'iirnan. . ( Lee Howard. ATC'HISO.V TOWKA AMI SAKTA F:, UV Depart Arrirr. 10 ftupra lo no pm 1 3ii am 3iKinn ( n. 1-8.1 pro 1 1 1 .10 m (d.t 3V pin .-.ra 11 .t pin I to a in 2 lo;n S.tUn r ;.Klln UJOpt.i JnG-oaM f ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 November 1896

h u Tlio Largest Clrculntloit of any Newspaper in tliu Count. TIio Territorial Adiocalo, I'jtiiWWieJ 1887 The Hi aver Hcr.ili), Establish! 150i. a& J l; nvjtMXKMM uMnun-CT -mm VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY,, NOV. 26, 1896. NO. 44. I 1 A number of our exchanges luuc been icdticed in size sine the election. Beaver county lacked -t)0 of polling a full vote tliis year, but some of the other counties in the tcnitory made- up for it by casting that many mora votes than they had voters. m In tho picscnt Congress tho House stands. Republican", -52; Democrats, i)2; Populists, including fusionists and silver men, 10" vacancies, 3 Tho new Iluuso will htaod: llcpublicans, 20."); Democrats, 134; Populists, 18. Fivo Republicans aro free coinago men and two Democrats aro squnil money men, leaving a majority of 47 for sound money. i i-. . i Pottawatomie county cast several liundted votes too mauy, and lieavcr .county not enough. Can it bo that tho 00 (aud then some...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 November 1896

:t I if m i 5 B v,, The Beavor Herald. W. I. DIIUMMOND, Publisher. J1EAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Maj McKixi.r.v will be the first sol tiler In the white house who entered the army an a private. Acconmso to Mr. Moody there nro 40,000,000 people In the United htates n ho do not fro to chnrcb. The successful bnrnoslng of Niagara falls retires the Idea of the possibility of harnessing rircrs which have rapid currents. OAnnrrr A. IIoiiaiit, rice president elect, recently said: "I hare had MX" babies named after roc so far and the end is not in sight." Tun army pay roll was increased about 5750,000 last year by the ndrancr of watrcs from 9 to 513 a mouth foi the first year of enlistment. NnwiPATEn correspondents nnd po lltical gossips are busily at work con structlng cabinets for Mr. McKlnlcy and some of them go so far as to write upon their slates cren the foreign ap pointments which he will make. It is possll le that an ordinances will oon bo passed by the board of alder men of New...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 26 November 1896

. -ii f - """"ftSf r li Yn y c- J. r a ft 'v m. v if ( : ffllBMr &y WillikruTNicWS CcpjriRht, 1895, ty J II. Llprlncott Co. XI II. Continued. The linlMiotir pawed with no tlJ liifjs of the nihvltig man. After an other fruitlcKH survey of tlic road, Mrs. Weston, dolefully Blinking her head, vanished ngnhi, after once more In forming me Unit his prolonged absence vvoh wholly inexplicable. Presently one of her sons brought my horse and enrringo to the door, and, tomcwl.nt leluetantly, I forsook the cool quiet of the ofilo: to begin the drive to the house ol ouc of tho patients whom I was nttondlng during Mr. Hanks' convales cence from his injury. Miss Gray was reading in the bliude of tho porch of the house over tho way,nnd,inhopesof persuading her to join me, I crossed the road mid went up to her. "iveally, I should bo delig'hteil, but I've promised my aunt to see her safe ly off," said she, in response to my in titntlon. "You know she is to take tea In the 'Ullage, and her hostes...

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. — 26 November 1896

wwwminiLn.n.iiMmuniinijii. iiim-m. z 11 m . V i 3 i tf 0FFIC1A L Din EC TORY Snrrrnnr, Win. 0. Renfrew. Jrrcetiry T.J. Jwe. Attorney (leneral C A. Waltinittb. A-rl-t4tit Attorney Ueucrwl.. ..!! lloJfiiwii. U. A. Alrtnll. ... I!. H. Allriit-y r'btcf Jii-liee A-sociste Jurists. . ...I'nlrfrk Nngle. liilfblt llrmk. Kraut, title. f A. l (A. W-rer. I Jh... ll.lUrkrd. ' II. Y, P.otf. .I. L. MuAltc. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probate Judge Cniler"Vi7 Clerk DjVp II illlnger sheriff r. D. iimI.t Jreaiurer J C. Willimm Allnrni-y : 0. H- Wright l!iflirrf llH. .,,....,. .Dvte lUlllnger ?pi. ef ,4hl...l..Mrs II. IS. IJUtnlisH Surveyor '! 0. lUrbec '(.fiintr , X. A. I'tcklinm I V J Itinl.ill. f.inimli'jiuii'rt J II I! 0 I'uUuan. ( Lee Howard. ATCHISON TOl'l.K.V ANDbANTA KE, II V I-part 1 oiiim 3 30 n m j n. I an p m K"'20ini II. a tii in L'.liiiin .'..33 n in Arrive. o .1(1 p m :i:(ii)pm )i 1 attain I i :, a in 4 Mam i! si it m ill li m UrE Kl. Mail'snn Kansas City Topeka Kmporia ewt.n Ulctdta Mntvsno fa t...

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. — 3 December 1896

i ai BEAVER HERALD. m i The Largest Circulation of anjr Newspaper in the County. VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 1896. NO. 45. Tho Territorial Ad ocate, ' " Ktabllh(J 1837. l The Hearer Herald, KstAbliatied 150r. , ...rj'-..aJj.' s m :.. m j- r TI10 immediate vicinity of Kansas City sccniR to bis a favorite resort for train robbers of late. m 1 Thirteen is an unlucky number, anys nay. It's better to let Bryan have one of Kentucky's thirteen electoral .votes. Wo bato to mention it, but fcol that we must: If tho Yukon Weekly man will tell the roller boy to take some moro ink bo will confer a favor on tho read ers of his paper. m History tells us that when Richard I., of England, was thrown into prison over cast his "Battle Ax" was taken from him. This would not have happened if the lion hearted kins bad chewed fine cut, Tho Taloga Advocate asks why some of the big herds do not locato in D county, and a little further on tells about the people in so...

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 December 1896

1PIWSMUUJ1.H,.W . Wf iiiiMwiiiiiiWBaaBWBWi I . f ll J1 SU F us 51 -, ft rtu I- f i lv t f , III 111 If it TIio Beaver Herald. "W. I. DRCMMO.VD, Publisher. BEAVER, : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. It ALT Is said to average a murder every two hours. A iood deal of fun Is poked at the weather bureau for tho frequent fall nre of Its forecasts; but tho record for -the -past year shows that the nvcrago percentage of verification Is 82.4. Xnnnc are, on the nvenige, nine times as many deaths from typhoid fc 'Tcr in tho largo cities of the United Htates as in the many German cities that have secured a purlQcd water t-uppljr. The London Daily Telegraph, which claims to have the largest circulation of all daily newspapers in the British empire,' Is about to bo converted Into a 'joint stock company, with a capital of I '.3,000,000. It has been estimated that at least 2K per cent, of the entire population 'of tho United States make their living out of the electric light and power in dustry and the b...

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 December 1896

i & 'V !.'''' MIw ' PlS iTjMasE r5-- nenr. WillifcrnTNicfcoK tCorrlC. 8?5. ty J. U. LlrrlnoXl 0. X IV. Co.vriscnn. Once "the town was left behind, the rjlrl Itrst no time In calling1 upon her ring's powers, antl nvvny ho went ns rciulily ns It lm were fresh from his stable. MHc nficr mile 'slipped belilntl tlicln. Soon the hnlf-vvny house joined tli procession to the rear. It was growing dusk now, and the 3r was chilly. Her wrists wcro beginning to uche under the prill of the lhics, and 'the thought came to licr that perhaps felic stood in greater need than her horse cf a breathing spell. She tried to pull him in the nc.t rlsei but instead of Hlachlug his pace lie increased It. In vain she tugged and sawed at the tiltf the 'bay vns out of her control, and l.ncvv It ns well as she did. He vv tin trot ting as she rr&d never frecn .'dm trot be fore, with the blood ol.tt dozen genera tions of picked -roadsters coursing hot In his vtjtns. .lust abend she made out the. dark "mass ...

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 December 1896

wWwTr-p.-n M m w m- 1 m i i 1 en OFFWIA L DIREC TORY Governor, .Wo. C Yjt.tr on. 9tCttAtf , . . ... t............ . . .T.J, LAWS. Attorney Geoer 1 C A. Oalhraitli, Iwielatu Attorney Central.... Koy Hoffman. t. 8. Marshall I'vriek Ngl. I.'. . Attorney..... Caleb K. ISrooi. fTiref Justice Frank iMle. ( A. . C. Werer. I J. II. DuriorJ. Associate JustKe,,., II. IV. ff. I J. L, McAfee. COUNTY OPFICEM. Probate Jade...- .... atk Sheriff...... TvWsurtr... ..,..., Attorney,..,,,.,,,,, iVlS'leTeiMlSTd"...,, pf, .f .b?...., sirfyr.' .V. Crter"Vty ......Dyke DIIin)tr F. D. Heaty . ..J (J. Williamson a K. Wright Dyke r.stliriftrr Mr II. 11 lllanrhard K O. tWr ,, K. A. rekbtn r p. j. nipi.M. ''ml'ftqiif . II. E. 0. Puttnan. Lee Howard. ATUJtlfX TOf-J.K AM) UAXTA KK, lir Depart, Arrlvr. lo.ooprn i'.iopm i. Mad'soa r '. ..,, nj a'uiijini nana a i,ty j a. i,-x.- p rn jo 1.3U in .. . M.Mpm i(.mhi Tfrpeka . Ilja..m .0am I'm porta 2 loam 3:3.1 it m 3W,,B .Mm ll 10 pm If toll .JAtnn fdin opm . f d 30 am...

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 December 1896

- "s yib a u &:' '1 liu, Lnrgest Circulntliiti or any Newspaper hi tlio Coiuil). Tho Territorial AcWocat, KstaUlshed 1837 The lit a"pr Herald, r.slaWlslicl lin"). WMFKVOVWn VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DEC. io, 1896. NO. 46. M HERALD. BEAVER i r fi K Taxed in KiugGslicr county amount to ?7.'21 on a hundred dollars' worth of property. 0 A big land and cattle deal was closed at Kansas City last Thnrsday, involving tho purchase of 4G9,000 acroi of Pan handle land in onn solid tract and 20,000 head of f-rade cattle, with buildicgs and fences. Tho ranch lies in Hall, Briscoe and Donloy counties. Tho consideration waa S500.000. A Michigan young woman with a re-, volvcr held at bay sevcuty mn who had been tent to lay a piece of railroad track through her landf Then one of tho con. struclion force, with more sense than all tho others combined, engaged the bel ligcrent lady in conversation and while ttlio was talking about tho matter the men put down tho t...

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 December 1896

I . J: i I 1 H U iur I rj! i lit iJ i N f The Bearer Herald. W. I. DRUMMONO, Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Thb first underground electric rail way In Chicago will oon be built, to cot 83,000.000 A Minwuni man has invented a con trivance for testing tha quality of egg liy the uie of X rays. TnR United States patent office is fcald to bo flooded with Inventions per taining to the bicycle. Thr Information was given out from nn official source that Iowa dairymen last year shipped out 90,000,000 pounds of butter. Ox a conservative estimate the apple crop in this cou ntry this year amounts to two barrels to every man, woman und child. Issrnxn of celebrating tbclr victory In the usual way, the republicans of Shelbyvllle, Ind., determined to dis tribute potatoes among the poor. Hiiiam C Wheeler, the farmer kirg of Iowa, has a machine that milks 75 cows a day with a perfection of action that would put a milkmaid to the blush. Wrriiix a year there has been a thrinkage of $300,0...

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 December 1896

"-S W; . i hi t rvmai PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. Sidney Cooper, of the lloynl nendemy, (s 03 years of nge. He roccntly super intended In person the harvesting of his hop", which lasted a fortnight. A Ocnnaii scientist linn Invented a julrror of celluloid which nccurntoly re flects every object. The celluloid tnlr-' ror la unbrcnhnble, la chonper than pi nss and lighter. A new opera from rhlch a good deal la expected Is 'Tranconctte," by Han dolpho Lnvcllo. It Is to receive its first presentation this winter at the Munlcl pal theater of Amiens. While at Balmoral the crar on one oc cnslon Is said to have appeared In High land drcsn, out of compliment to Queen Victoria, but his suite did not Imitate him. The queen's nffcctlon for all things that savor of highland life is Well known, and her eons and grand tons habitually don. the kilt when on Dcoside. Abdurrnlunan Khnn, nmcer of Af ghanistan, hns Introduced vaccination Into his country, by the advice of Miss Hamilton, his English physici...

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 December 1896

ZTTTT MkH VW- O Jv , !-- y M pp ft 1 i!t ,& i, Remember erne thing about excellence in pneumatic tires. There must be an inner tube removable through the rim. Victors are built that way and they lead the world. The most elegant bicvele catalog ever seen is yours if you say so. OVERMAN WAGHINCTON, BOSTON, i jsarcaatSxaKSa32affi i I rrjT,0'P1T.T.TP!'R'Sai L.I-. datMmk 'JLkMit.ltM Ui? Mie ' M w tl fc37; tasKB33!n35ar.sn3 H VMS RELIEF for niontlily pains In tlie titles, hips, buck, nick, shoulders, head mwl limbo. The&e pain j are symptoms of daugctouo tlerangemcntu pecul iar to women. McKlree's Wine of Cntiiui cor recm these tlei.uigciiH'iits, cure Wliitesonil fiillitigol tlie Wouib, relieves Jiiipprrstitd Menstrua tion mid flnodinjr, quiets tlie uerves nnd hriuga happiness to afflicted wdiuisu. I'or NmIm by !Ulcln Denier nt o:.i; iioi,.AiAiioii'i.j:. H H CAVEiTB. TRADtt MARK3. OSSICN PATENTS OOPVRICHTS. oto. For Information And tna Handbook wrHo to MU.N.N A CO., Ml llnaiDWir. ...

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 December 1896

"rr?fW$&w$$mQm$ fW, yiwytr: ?7''"y'jwi-- - TTfT" ipHWr"prCTVr '',ra'' ,rwlF'''',B,g BEAVER The Territorial Adrocflte, liilftbUabed 1887. Tho ltiavrr Uornld, Kstftblishcd 18!).). Tliu Largest Circulation ofnnr Scniaicr In the Cnunlr. 3 o VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1396. NO. 47. V HERALD t lMf , . y Twenty ortlio 103 counticsin Kansas olcctcd woaien county superintendents this year. Tcmplo Houston lias had h'u liair cut. Houston must liavo committed omo act for which ho is sorry, and for which ho is punishing himself. Our admiration for thu pluck and per aevcranco of Christian Evangelists is unbounded and increasing. Another one is about to tackle Woodward. It appears that Macco has been killed sure enough this titac. lie was the backbone of the Cuban rebellion, and his loss will fall heavily on the insurgents. Tho Indian Territory people are averso to a union with Oklahoma, at least be foro the Oklahonians are given time to sober up, pul...

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 December 1896

I ft I! W i. . ;fc Tlio Beaver Herald. IV. I. DItUMMONO, Publisher. BEAVER, J OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Mxnr Ma men, "tho Spanish Carlb," recently tiled nt tho poor farm at Urcr ham, Tex., aged ISO yearn. A mo tank fteamor with n capacity of 5,000,000 gallons will soon be completed to carry our petroleum to Europe. A Nr.w YoitK man has designed h Steel caloric pony to dash into tho ranks of a hostile army, scattering d struclion nn all sides. The Now York post ofilco handled during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1800, 1,301.350,433 pieces of mail, mak ing a dally average of 3,729,744. Acconnixo to the ofllclal report, tho United States troops in Arizona and New Mexico marched 42,457 mile dur ing the past year In pursuit of tho Apache Indians. Emioiiatiox to America has created ruch a scarcity of farm hands in Ger many that land owners aro importing Chinese coolies in hordes for field work in various sections of that country. M. T. IlAirr has started a new enter prlso on his farm at ...

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 December 1896

'W1 t'jviftrt '1iIffT' i P NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Prcaldont ClaVelfiad Transmit Hla Message to Congrosi. ttrtntlons with I'orf l;n OrmritrlM Cli-nrly Defined 11m Culmn RltwnOnn Hmllcal Currenry Jtrfnrnm LYecil 1 rusts ami Muminatt? llWcussc-il. Washington, Dec. 7. The Fifty Fourth congress assembled for the short (tcsstou at uoon to-day and soon after committees from the house nnd seriate waited on the president and in formed him that they were ready to receive any communication he mi 'lit havo to make and the president theu sent the following communication: To tbo Convresi of tho United btntes: As representatives of the people in the IcrIs Intlve branch of their Rovcrnrac nt you ia o as sembled nt n time when the Htrenuth nnd ex cellence of our frco lmtltutlnns and the fitness of our eltlfii ti enjuv popular rule have been tutain mailv inaulfet. A political contest In volving nmiuciitous con-ioiiuonccs, fraught with fovcrlsli apprehension nnd creating dr (rcsshcnesi so Intense nsto appr...

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 December 1896

'b Jh w 'c te t , I n LM: fi M - T f N 4 lij I kix4XTrr.v-rrf,,wr" 'iwui,j-"w i,"" sSJL . -i " Remember one thing about excellence in pneumatic tires. There must be nn inner tube removable through the rim. Victors are built that way and they lead the world. The most elegant bicycle catalog ever seen is yours if you say so. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. 0OS7ON, WASHINGTON, PENVEFI, 8AN FRANCISCO. -. -t7.Wrt5iti.i5arD:aaLcsi2ri ?.: ft v, "S QtlSO WGS RELIEF (or monthly piiitiB iu tlic ides, hips, hoc):, neck, shoulders, bund and limbs. Tlicie pniiin arc symptoms of dangerous derangements pecul iar to women. McHlrec's Wiuc of Cnrdtil cor rects these derangements, cures Wliltcdund frftliriKol the Womb, relieve Bupprrtmed Menstrun tiou cud flooding, iptieta the ncivcs tuid briuga hnpplnccs to afilicted women. For J!jJly Wrcttttno Hritlvraul one ioi,i,Au.vnuvri,r.. U nAVSATS. TRADS MAUKB. DCSICH PATUMT8. COPVRiailTS. oto. For tnfnrnutlnn unit freo llanfllwott wrW to IUHN ft CO., SSI 1IIKUDWAY, NBW YO...

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. — 24 December 1896

v. D Tuo Lnrgcst Circulation of nnr Newspaper in tho Ccunlr. Tlie TcrrltorI.il Adroeatf-, EslftUblitil 1887 The Heaver Herald', F.MuMMitd ISIi.".. VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1896. NO. 48. BEAVER ' h, J Y It is stated tlint tlto republican? will contest tho olection of Kentucky's singlo Hryau elector. Tho Oklahoma l'icss Association meets in adjourned session at Quthrio on January 12. In the l'abst brewery at Milwaukee is n machine which corks, wires and caps IG,000 bottles of beer per day automat ically, It is a fact not known to everybody that tho annual product of the little scratching hen is fur mora valuable in the United States than the yearly pro duction of wheat, corn, iron, or anything else. It requires only twelve dollars a year to maintain an orphan in Armenia. This may explain tho cordial encouragement which tho Sultan is extending to tho creation of widows and fatherless chiU dren in that country. Star. Dennis Flynn has invited ...

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