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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 December 1896

yy.'i'i'yi 4tfaytp1," '' Tlio Beaver Herald. W. I. BltUKMOND, PublUhar. BEAVER, J : OKLAHOMA, r - CURRENT COMMENT. Austiiai.ia, which usually litis wheat to sell, will need this year 100,000 tons of American whenL Tub contract for tho bridge ncross tho Hudson river between Now York and Jersey City Involves tho expendi ture of SJS.ooo.oon. TllK consumption of horse and donkey flesh as human food nppcars to bo on tho Incrcaso In I'arls. Last year 30,000 horso alone wero thus disposed of In tho French capital. In the dead letter ofllco at Washing ton 0,253,308 pieces of mall matter wero received during tho past year, having about 533,800 enclosed, and 87 per cont of tho money was restored. Gov.-elkctTan.neii, of Illinois, pro poses1 to ask the stato legislature tc completely abolish tho convict labor system as li exists In Illinois and to set tho prisoners of the stato at work on tasks which will not bring them Into active competition with tho productive industries of the country becau...

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. — 24 December 1896

WWWWIVWW eFnK7'ifWWT r f --tvc' 1TF' "' f w 1 "SV, " IISIF i-Try TTJT,rfcA. y.,, -wn.'cvj'p.s,'''v'nyR'' 1 J ', i. ( i W . i fl , - V 5.X 'If- ft b--' i-W n By the mantel, stock ings two- One for me and one to go To another boy I know. There's a chimney In the town You have never traveled down. Should you chance to enter thtra You would find a room all bare; Not a stocking could you spy, Matters not how you might try: And tho shoe you'd find are such. As no boy would caro for much, In a broken bed j ou'd scxt Some one Just about like me, Dreaming of tho pretty toys V Which you bring to other boys, And to him a. Christmas seems . Merry only In his dreams. a All he dreams, then, Santa Clans, Stuff the slocking with, hecauso When It's filled up to the brim . I'll be Santa Clans to him! -Frank Dempster Sherman, In Chicago Record, 'LL 1JU dinged to jjosh!" reinurkcd L'nele S 1 u in a n Able to his wife, Dorothy Jane, ns they stood by thu kitchen tabic of u December night paring nnd cutti...

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. — 24 December 1896

funnmmtmmmm' vv- M Ii wSBSSk . k . x " - 0 . .7...-t k.- Remember one thing about excellence in pneumatic tires. There must be an inner tube removable througn the rim. Victors arc built that way and they lead the world. The most elegant bicycle catalog ever seen is yours if you say so. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON. WASHINGTON, DENVER, SAN FKANCIOCO. I MCEE.BEE OF WOMH'S nEUEP for monthly pains in the aides, hips, back, ueck, shoulders, head and limbs. These pains are symptoms of dangcrouo derangements pecul iar to women. McElree's Wine of Cnnlui cor rects these derangements, cures Whitesand fallingof the Womb, relieves Suppressed Menstruu tion and flooding, piiet3 the nerves and brings happiness to afflicted women. t fcsr Medicine DntleraMt 1 MB IHIIXAB A BOTTI.C T EK9Cdu fllVMTI. TUSMB VMM. OK8IOM PATIMTS. 00VIIIOHT. ate. WMMmUM tMiiTtiiciwtenu in America. jwi Mlmn oul fer M li Wmhl beton WfeBKBKBBSUO ttTM Itm otcluigt la IM mmt gmxim fsiaisl itujultloa of aar KlnttBa ppr In th. WOfld....

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. — 31 December 1896

.1 . 'isr y feifwaEu. ', '' ,-;. BEAVER ThoTtrrtlerW AdftMlr, Tlir lttvrr Herald, KstaMlskrJ 5KV ti. Tho I.nrgest Circulation of ntiy Newspaper In tlio County. n dlMLU ' rM VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1896. NO. 49. f- r"". ; I. Dclcgite-elcct Callahan is dangerously ill at bis homo in KingCshcr, and it is feared that he cannot recover. Whilo we have uubounded sympathy for tho Cuban insurgents, wo must con fess that it would not bo very pleasant to have six or eight big European na tions jump onto the United Slates all at once. Tho Island of Fernandez, Robinson Crusoe's island, suddenly sank into tho aca sonio four weeks ago, According to the captain and crew of a Spanish vessel that happened to bo-in that region. Sheriff Deford, in his term of two years in Oklahoma county, has taken thirty men to the penitentiary, killed two and hung one. This is a pretty good record, but then, Deford has a rich Geld to work in. The Czar of llussin gave to K...

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. — 31 December 1896

- '. JW3I "fry ' 1 "V if I? Tho Boaver Herald. W. I. DIIUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVEK, J : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A movement lias been started nmong Now Vorlc lawyers to secure a uniform ranrriagc and divorce, law from coil' (rcss. Ukn. J. 8. Coxkv, of commonweal nrmy fame, wants the salaries of pub lic ofllclals regulated by llio prlco of wheat Tub Electrical Engineer states that the capital Invested In tho various elec trical arts amounts to tho enormous sum of 81,600,000,000 UrWAIlD of 8100,000,000, It Is esti mated, Is spent nnnually on sport In Great lirltain. Tho turf Is, of course, tho most expensive sport and accounts lor nearly S-W.000,000. Thk Atlanta (tin.) Journal points With just pride to tho progress inndo In respect to negro education, and shows that in tho last 20 years tho 1(1 former clavo states havo approptintcd nearly So0, 000,000 for negro schools. Thk experiment of tho Illinois Cen tral Hallway Co. In permitting Its em ployes to buy stock on tho Installment plan...

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. — 31 December 1896

A '8 V. - - , 15 d APnSNITIBM. HID you welcome, New Tearl your Joyful dawn sirs "XV; we sine! - And havu you brought us somen guts Beneath jour shining wine? O, vv 111 your skies bo always fair, Your seasons ftlwuvscay, With not a single cloud to mar The brightness of tha day? 1 And will you tell thp springtime Her favors we bespeak, When we In nylvan glades nnd glens Her earliest trophies reek? Will March forbear to flout us With blustering Jibes nnd Jeers, And April show her sunniest smiles In place of frowns and tears? Will summer brlnp her roses ' To deck the woodland bowers. With not a single cruel thorn Concealed among her flowers? And will she cojly linger When harest songs go round, Till nil the gleaming swaths nre cut And golden sheaves are bound? O, tell us, happy New Year, Will all our friends bo true. And vv 111 each cup o'crflow with Joy Unmixed with taste of rue? Will every heart be Joyful, And very eyo be bright. With not a single tear to dim The luster of their sight...

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. — 31 December 1896

a i i ii $ t V7 'C.TiaJW-JVttJ-'r r r- TVl .5A . VV Tl .' Remember one thing about excellence in pneumatic tires. There must be an inner tube removable through the rim. Victors arc built that way and they lead the world. The most elegant bicycle catalog ever seen is yours if you say so. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. OOOTON, WAOHINCTON, DCNVGR, 8AN FRANCISCO. SUFFERING IN SILENCE. Women nre the real heroes of the world Thoimamla on tliaimanilsof tbent cmlmcthc dragging tuiturc of this Ills peculiar to womankind in the silence of liomci They suffer on ntul ou--vceks, mouths, years. The story of wenUncsa nnd torture is written in the drawn features, in the sallow skin, in the list less eyes, in the lines of care and worry on thu face. Inborn modesty seals their lips. They prefer pain to humiliation. Custom has made them believe the only hope of relief lies in the exposure of" examina tion nud "local treatment." Take ten cases of "female weakness" nd in nine of them "local treatment" is unnecessary...

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. — 14 January 1897

"""J c 0 0 UU 4 f.jll yiU Tim TcrrllftvLvi Advocile, E'lnUi.tt.i' l$itf Tlio Nearer Ucrnlit, T.9tt.U-Nt ISM. Tlio Larp!l Circulation L "" ;71 ! 9 WiP nni' VmrLiiaitni til l1:n Comily. IL,' s ' ; : , ! i "i i t ijjmmwiw !LJWitM.,nawijijMjBa'iJMiiMfltttjiniiigiPW. iwihf m.m'iffMfiMimi.'iu w VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1897. NO. 51. KWMVIN'iPtfm' -JQSfJRH WHIl4n cv?i K7) tonsi PWfttv fiNM Mn Ml. ImUI Bl ""VS '-Zi lr,ja l J fV?l VnKTTKl IUHWTV Ev 74 THIS AND THAT, Latest dispatches from Cuba statu that Macco mill lives. Quito a Dumber of Texutia nro io Cu ba, aod needless to say they nro mating things lively for tlio Spaniards. m King Oscar, of Sweden, has been mado the Gnal arbitrator of all disputes that may ariso between the United States and Great Britain. This is bol ter than going to war, aod gives Oscar a job besides. Wo received last week from Wash ington, with compliments of Dennis flynn, a fine map of tho United States, about six by ei...

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. — 14 January 1897

itl The Beaver Herald. W. I. DnOMMOND, Publisher. BAVSR, t OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. TitK new shah of Persia lr. to upend $20,000,000 In ndvnnelnfr tlio civilization of his country. Hacuamknto now receives n 15,000 Tolt current of electricity from n plant SO miles distant. Tiik marriage licenses In CIiIciro for 1600 fell off nearly 1,800 from tlio num ber Issued tlio year lie fore. Mns. A. K. KlNKHAitT, an enthusiastic lilcycllstof Denvor, Col., rodo 110 ccn turles during tlio pnst year. The United Stntcs lias In operation SO times ns mnny miles of electric rail road ns the whole of Europe. A ntcMAiiKAM.K Instrument for count ing tho corpuscles of tho hlootl has been Invented by Dr. Judson Daland, of Philadelphia. A million cocoanuts wcro Imported through Now Orleans during tho month of November. Tho number seems almost fabulous, but tlio records of tho tollcctor's ofllco provo tho statement. O.nk thousond saloonkeepers In Chi cago have been compollcd during tho last threa months to...

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. — 14 January 1897

W' - ..tVum .. t llftAIJtiW , V"MMnRlMM i ;i 1 Wh- !Ot 1 a SM IK- v. 1$ ft' ,-IL- "' iJB- rr jfijS "If I i- -'f i"r v IS "1 Til r1fflB m ipr9ii r5- Ay Wi!li0mTN.tho! ICopytlght. lEj, by J. U. Llpplncott Co.l XX 11. CONTINUE!!. On Uic desk before lilm lay n graleil letter, a check book, u sheet of pujn-r t'OTcrcd with figured tml the little blucl; valise which lie hud guarded so jealous ly on our journey to Itodneytoun, iiml which I had not rested eyes upon sines tho day of our arrival. lie motioned mo to ti neat beside him. "Dr. Morris," snltl he. "Inst night's visitation warned me to perforin cor tain duties A.-htcli. in view of my fail ure of health, had too long been neg lected. 1 desire your ussisUincc in the completion of them." "1 am at your orders," said I. "For the little while that remains for you," 1 added, to myself. He opened the hand bag and took fiom it a paper, which, upon being un folded, appeared to be a petition or agreement of some sort; for nppeuded to several cl...

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. — 14 January 1897

If you w.int to get all the news, and know tha. said news is reliable, take the fJBEAVER HERALDl Which is published in the interest of Beaver County' belongs to no ring or combine, and treats everyone fairly. THE OLDEST PAPER IN OKLAHOMA. Always on deck with the freshest and most reliable news. Is read by more people in the county than all others combined. Only one dollar a year, in advance. OFFIGTA l 1)1 REG 10HY Intfrnnr Wm. 0. P.crifrow. ' e'ry T.J. Lowe. AIIU11117 Ocneril.,.. C A. Oalhrallb. .Wlilimt Allornuy (iunerol.... Ilojr Uoflman. U. 6. Mur-lhill I'rtlrlck Naglc. I.'. S. Allnriipjr Culnbll.DrooLi). Khitf Junllue Frank Vile. A. (J. 0. Merer. Associate Justices. Jim, ll.llnrfonl. ir. W. Bcotl. J. !. McAlce. Denver JljjtfraM, runi.isiu:i) urEitY TtiunsDAV Kntcrcil nt poiofIice at Baver 0. T. second clacs miller Afrll 12, ISOj. TERMS - - - AUTMIIISlXn (IATM i1icnlIon. - 61.00 l'EU YBAtt. made known on up- DO WE CLUB? FsVa Well, yesl Here is a list of a few good publications th...

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 January 1897

tilr U j.' DO" BEAVE J Th Territorial AdTDcttr, ' t KiHMhlfJ 15S7. Tlir IJ arer Ht-rsl.t, KalnMriheJ 180.1 Tho Lrgcst Circulation of nny Ncirsunper In the t Couniy. - IMMlJlA,JltWM"'rMWMMMalglcWWl!'CM'1w'llWT1,'1MW WWJ MUUtfJl JM VOL. 2. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1897. NO. 52. E ltKb k ; f- ' J- Commissioners' Proceeding. Bkavkij, Oki.a., Jan. 4, 1KI7. Nine o.ctock n m. Iho Hoard, of County Commlhflloncn not Yf icnt. Jn icaMon held . Jen. 4th, 1 o'clock p. in. Tno lionrd of county eommlaslonara not preent. No B6- 6 Ion hoM. jou. !,;isy7,fl o'clock n. m Only CotnmU-sorner-clcct Dnulap prcRont. No session hold. .Jan.1,2 o'clock p in Only CommUsloner lect Dunlnp present. No session held, Jan fl, 0 o'clock n m l'rccnt, Chairman Howard and Commissioner Dnnl&p. No aca altin held. Jan 0, a o'clock p iu. r resent, Howard and Imulap. No session held. January 7, 1) o'clock a in Present llownrd and Dunlnp. No session hBld. J nnuary 7, 2 o'clock p m Prese...

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 January 1897

f Tho Boavor Herald. W. I. DnUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, : i OKLAHOMA. ' - CURRENT COMMENT. Wisconsin trill turn out this reason 18,000 barrels of beat sugar. It was stated that Iowa had lostSlV 000,000 through hog cholera during tho past year. Tun Arc losses In tho United State for 1890 aggregated $115,295,600. In 1805 they wero 8123,240,400, and In 1S9I flS9,83!,70a In Massachusetts lust year tho births of 1,472 twins and 27 triplets wero re corded, surpassing all previous achieve incnts In that line in tho state. Tun increase in cigars consumed by tho American pooplo last year amount ed to 04,000,000, whereat! the consump tion of tho clgarotta exceeded that of tho previous year by 88!,0S,233. This number of steerago passengers landed nt Kills island, X. Y., during tho year 1890 was 252,350. Thcro wero 09,223 cabin passengers landed at tho port of New York during tho samo period. In Penobscot county, Ma, tho fines Imposed on dealers who violate tho liquor law pay all the county exp...

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 January 1897

'fiVW&i --rprr -jr s .v xmt r u i9 V-41 4 K 3 ' 3 'W ItENFROW'S MESSAGE. Head Xtofnro rt .Tohit Sonnlcm of tilt KlfllltM-0. Fublle InMl utlnn. Trmled nt Lfnrth-- Free llmnr CttioMrrrit of Great linmrtanccIlllrnMl Legle- tatlnii-- Altpruitilatluiie About Tmes. Governor Itcnf row's message to tlio territotlnl legislature Is published in full ns follows: To the fourth leBlslative assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma; , In compliance with the provisions of the statute of the territory directing the governor at the commencement of each session of the legislature, to communi cate by message such Information as h-i may possess relative to the conditions of the territory, and to recommend such measures as he may deem expedient tru TollotvInR Is respectfully submitted: Oklahoma Is most fortunately located: the soil Is so fertile and diversified that the cotton of the southern und the ce reals of the central states are produced In pqual abundance. This happy loca tion Is In part responsi...

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 January 1897

t t t -r if I; BLACKWELL'S I te GUIUINE DURHAM Vnu will And one conpou Initrie cnctt two ounce lioRi nil tvro lotip'ius Instile tntli four ounce ting of Illnctf tvrll'i Unrlionii lluy a lioff if Oil rclelimlrtl (olincto unit re iu! the ioumu-ivhlUi filM u Hat of valunlilc Jim cute nul how to ;t them. ljHFqZ?!&W.&S?WW- SAYS TO THE PEOPLE OF BEAVER COUNTY, Sit i i V -r U i. OV ?Ji a&i w k 1 h n ffrfs navs- tfftiv.vT i r f jzss . r . w ". awv aa 71. K'Krf v i r. 3lllddi dilsiijid DON'T SEND TO TIJtt EASTERN MARKETS, You cm do better. Summers lias hud cloven years' cxporienoo with the western trade, and ho knows whnt kind of ponds yon need, and keeps them in stock. Heat Stoek or Furnishing Goods west oT Wichita. Gloves made to order iT you wish them, and warranted nut to lip. Call and cxamino this stock of cods and pot prions. CECILS. SUMMERS, LIBERAL, KANSAS. KM BOYLE & SON, SHARDWAREgS STOVES, TINWARE, WAGON WOODWORK, IRON, FURM , ITURE AND UNDERTAKING. Tin, Sheet Iron...

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 January 1897

""gTT n tTwpggr-Tfl , u . PS , BEAVER Tliu Largest Circulation oCnior Newspaper In the County. Tlio Territorial AdToeafo, FjUtllilieJ 1837. The Ih nvrr Herald, ftlah1SheJ 1805. V a v VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1897. N5 NO. 1. HERALD Al'VV '.." 1 1 ?sr is - ! ' 1 y 1 .4 ft V v - Another Milestone. With this issue tlio IIkhai.D starts out on its third volume Wo say third volume, though iu reality it is tlio oldest paper in Oklahoma, hcing the old Ti:u BITOUIAL AbvocATE, with chatigo of name only. The pnpsr has heen pub lished continuosly io Beaver sinco 18S7, though it has had quite an assortment of editors and publishers. It has been under the present management only about a year. Ooo year ago wo bought the IiEttALl,Jcos.rting attho timo that wo wtre biting off- a chunk that would bo tolerably hard to masticate, and that it would require considerable hustling to make the receipts equal tlio expenses. With no county or federal patronage, 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. — 28 January 1897

KM''1 & f o m m H The Beaver Herald. W. I. DnOMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, i OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT A vonkky farm has been established In Florida. TllK newly-elected sheriff nt liny City, Mich., hns appointed n woman ns deputy RherifT. Sinck .Tnnunry 1 the New York sub treasury has been receiving u dally average of 00,000 In soiled and muti lated notes fprjrcdemption. j A Si Bkunaiui dog caught a thief nt work "In the. parlor of a residence In New York and firmly held on until his mistress sent for a policeman. j DuitlNO the last four years Massachu setts has spent 8150,000 In "exterminat ing" the gypsy moth, and now the state entomologist reports that the work will require 8-00,000 a year for the next llvu -enrs. "V As agent of the Massachusetts Soci ety fot the 1'revcntlon of Cruelty to Animals daily parades the streets of Iloston this winter bearing nloft the appropriate banner: "l'leasu lllnnket Your Horses." This, supreme court has decided" the petition' of the South Caroli...

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 January 1897

r'aw. ..gag&zsKgui ') ""4 1 ? nt HLHKESS or A Wo mat. J ykT ' 7 Robert BarBaatiBSte. I Author of 18S?XlSirf!Sfflfitt f fife face and The mSSJ " ti , . r ciLvrTKn i. 7 Hi: iiinunglng ed rr Uor of Uic New- York Argus sat at 'his dqslt wltli a flcep frown on his face, looking out from under his jRhaggy ejebrows nt'the j-oung man w h.o h n il just thrown n huge fur overcoat on the hack 'of one chair, whle he sat down himself on iin- .7 . I jther. J'lgotytnirteleffrani," began the vditor. "Am 1 to understand from it that you have,f ailed 7' ,M t , -"Y4s, sit,'' replied the youig'(man, lthou the fllghtfst;iipitation. " , -Completely?" .", . .j, "Utterly." .' fj J . "Didn't ou even get .a synopsis of the documents 7 Wot Vhnng'ed Synopl-r!.; t The editor's frown grew dcejier.jLThf ndsoiVlfiBitingfcrsilnitMi&l'ner,vou.Uv on the desk. "You taks failure rather jauntily, it b(rikcsi nio,'"he said, at'last. . ""V'liat(B the,U8otil:ing it nnyother I nyny ai'nve tjicncloiume'S of know Ingj...

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 January 1897

. , -vs s" JRFffflWT JBr ''''-e?""." "3"!p (('fSWl1'? ?y "Jf wflf fwKTapTrf'PWw T c" B; &r K mwt HI w. h If & BLACKWELL'S , WANT pltfk SUttA iND NO OTHER WlViK Vi SEE? 1 DURHAM v.- HV ' Ion will find onn cnpn " Jt iy l7(v tn.lda each twn oniirc but;, h"t?"i75'liiyj il V "I and roupnua Inside ladi TO' Jj 'Hrrjll 1) I fwnr .line, hog of ninck- L.J'M.'J V j( r rll'i llnrhaiii. Duy a lir,' -,t jj.jj jzJt id rril !! roiiiHir ulilili ? vf iT "JfiSCT-VfpA i A&-, , ,. rlv llttofiolnil qinc ifiWill ' if "SCi OitTl 0 f ,S "' . . .ICJHuff-JI MM 'in il il If you want to get all the news, and know Unit said news is reliable, take the 2&;S2T&;i; A . BEAVER Which is published in the interest of Beaver County, belongs to no ring or combine, and treats everyone fairly. THE OLDEST PAPER IN OKLAHOMA. Always on deck with the freshest and most reliable news. Is read by more people in the county than all others combined. Only one dollar a year, in advance. DO WE CLUB? Chicago Inter Oc...

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 February 1897

. " th" vn , r-fW - ""Wt-' '' ' ' fii "1C 7"",,,n"' ' fcf j-r 1VS o -.' J? BEAVER HERALD. ' ' v0 f - The Territorial A4vMte, KttaUhhed 1867. The Beam Herald, Established 1895. The LarpeU Circulation of any Newspaper in the Connty. VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEB. 4 1897. NO. 2. r w-f'pryc'l-w-' ' - . (- ?'V w if - ?jf" . 'r 2; II t --' , :f j '1 fc t?;J yp Money Is King and I want some of it. I have too many goods ad owe too many bills. will Prices From Jan. 25 to March 1st, for SPOT GASH! I have a large stock UNDERWEAR Will sell below cost CASHI of for !!: iiiiii!:i; HI : 1! t: : -t : j . 1 5 : i i.it 400 ) .A.T PAIRS LA- 1 SHOES COST FOB CASH. iiiiii !i!ii:ii Gents Boots and Shoes at Cost. Dress Goods, Prints. Muslins, etc, etc., big cut f of? aHl I will sell more Sugar for jSi.oo than vou ever got for it in Beaver county Cut In all For Cash until March ist. ome and e U and bring tre tuff. ooel old In trje old Way at. trje old price-marked Custer S...

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