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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 February 1897

I I . r R v. M'. 1 ! J1? t v p. L tf h it i ' h. m liw.g : i ' if- .y r Tho Beaver Herald. W. L DnOMHOND, Publisher. BEAVER, t OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Gov. Tonxr.r, of Tennessee, granted 830 pardons during his term of two years. i r Is estimated that the total appro priations of the present congress will be considerably in excess of a bil lion dollars and will overtop the highest expenditures ever voted by any previ ous congress by from 520,000,000 to 810, 000,000. Faumkim' Bulletin No. 45, issued by tho department of agriculture at Wash ington, is devoted to insects Injurious to stored grain, and contains many facts of interest and valuo to farmers who suffer largely from tho depreda tions of these jhisU. KxreniMKNTH in Florida and southern Georgia make it clear that tobacco equal to that grown In Cuba can bo produced on American soil. There is no reason why our farmers may not lead In this as in other branches of ad vanced agriculture. I'nisoN authorities In New York think it wo...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 February 1897

i.yWj . 1 i (T f ' I 7-ni ep SP ci .J BY MBjp "" -w fc sv f THE MISgSESS oftheWfjlpMine. erAWoman ji J$ Irrttrvene. V Robert .Iffiffiffljfji tCopyrisht, 1B05, by Robert Bsrr. ' CHArTKK H. Continued. Subsequent events proved MIsb Jcn nle'H surmise regarding Mr. Ilrown's Indifference perfectly nc1I founded. Thnt young man searched for bis card, found it, and wtdovn on the chair op posite MIm Jennie, who already occu pied her chair, and was, in fact, the first one nt table. Seeing there would be no unseemly dispute about places, she be gan to plan in her own mind how she would first attract the attention of Mr. Weutworth. While thinking how best to approach her victim, Miss Jennie heard his voice. "Hero you nre, Kenyon, here are our places." "Which is mine?" said Uic voice of Kenyon. "It doesn't mntter," answered Wr-nt-worth, and then a thrill of fear went through the gentle heart of Mis Jennie Urewster. She had not thought of the young man not caring which seat he occupied, and she dr...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 February 1897

a o BEAVER Tho Territorial Advocatr, feliibliili! 1887 Thp MonTf r Hcrulu, EslabHbil l.SSC. lliu Largest Circulation of ttur Ncnspnpcr in the County. VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEB. 11 1897. NO. 3- Official County Paper. -" W. I. DKUMMOXD, Editor nml Proprietor. LOCAL NOTES, Wiley Rhodes was la (lie city yesterday. T 01 to Barby, of Uenton, was transacting v business In town yesterday. Tho Herald is Issued on Saturday this week, the editor having been in Woodward attending tho meeting of the Oklahoma Lne Stock Association And not getting home until Fridoy evening. The mnsquo ball held In Linlcy's Hall last evening was a dclightfnl affair cad a success in every way. Tlie snow, disappeared rapidly yesterday and is practically all gone now. The roadsarc iu very bad shape and tho streams are swollen to come extent, making travol slow and dlsagiceablc. As a result tho mails all arrivo behind schedule time Mrs. E. W. Groves has been ycry sick the past few...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 February 1897

. -. f r' 14 ?'i fi 1 u frf it l If.! 1I j It, I f T t BH I i - i f. L1 Tlio Beaver Herald. W. L DBCMMO.VD, FablUbw. IJBAVEB, I i OKLAHOMA I FEBRUARY 1397. NEWS OF THE WEEK leaned E7 Telegraph asd MiUt rr.moxxL axi i-oMTiatr-Tms JmJ-ctitnnlaI of the Jfew York Academy of Jfedlclne u celtlrattl mi the 39th, JVeabJent Cleveland mak ing the principal suhlrcM. A lyiJfDO.T dispatch of the 21t said that in pit of special dentals it wu becoming generally known that the condition of the cxr' health vra crit ical and tiiat a regency km probable. (KT, A. J. Skitm died at St. Ixrai on the 24th. He iva litmm a a com mander who tva never defeated. He drove (Jen. PHco out of iiiwjuri and wra instrumental In destroying Hood' army and encotapaMi the Mirrcnder of Mobile. Jr wm said to he tiadertool among MaMaehovetU republican In congrew that John V. Iwig, "t the old Bay tlate, had been tendered and had ac txfUA the office of ixv-Tetary of the nary in the incoming administration. A Cmcxao Sevrtt Wash...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 February 1897

s -Vj m a m T 1 ' $?. ...v KAIl Indy fnlr. 'tis but my heart I send to you thli morn, All linttrrrd, shat tered, dented nnd rent and sadly torn; You've played with It for many i day; most cruel nweetlieart m'ne, And now 1 s-nd It back to you to be your valentine. Others may bring red roses and sing of Cupid's darts. Of mating doves and dimpled loves or prnte of bleeding hearts; But I, I only send you this 'tis of myself n part; What wilt you do with It. fair maid, this living, human heart? Wilt wear It as the roses above your own dear henrt? Twill plow nnd blossom If you will your smite shrill cure Its smart. You've tossed It back to me so oft, and yet 'twas half In play, Ahl keep It now, for Cupid's self brings it to you to-day! He's sworn to be mv mesicucer, to lay It nt thy feet, To uso his gentle olllces to gain It shelter sweet; And should he fall then keep It still; I would not even grieve Tho' It were silver-plated, dear, nnd worn upon thy sleeve. May KIdrcd Armstrong, In Chi...

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. — 18 February 1897

j. - eaf Tlio Territorial Adtmtf, JUIftMislicii 1887i Tho'I'i-mrcr Htrnld; rtnbliahdl ISM .. I. . .J J Tlit! Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in iko Comity. wftcww-woi umajHM rflicjiim aa win murium u r i,inr na nw ifii i ,h n hi w mawniMi n ! wiliiiailM ,m hw IIMWWWllllllllllll'gtfWV'""''lMiMJJJMJWCW 9iman3mKMLMtMwmumMnRniMMmutiiivLMiwwwimw9aBinvHjjmAUMjMmvjji wu 4 VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER-COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEB. 18 1897. NO. 4. -5 " , A . r 4,'. fe, ;,: f At t 1 11 Tlio stockmen of Braver county should take n intercut in tho Oklahoma Live Stock- Association. It is a good organization. v Gradually the conviction forces itself upon tbo minds of tlio people of Okla homa that tho best thing tho territorial legislature could do would bo to adjourn at once, before they do something that will havo the effect of depopulating tho teriitory. But tho bill which wont to most ig nominious defeat in tho Oklahomi legis lature was ono which bought to prohibit "any habitual dr...

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. — 18 February 1897

wim, ,; 7Kinmfmcu . 'fljiili'f ! . .1 .li.iil lumi .,. w Tlio Beaver Herald. W. I. DnUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. TUiodf. Isr.ANl started out to erect n 1,R00,000 cupltol, nnd wiih recently In formed that 01,074, 4SU moro was needed to complete the building. A business ilrm In Stanford, Ky., nlwnys opens tlio dny's business with prayer proprietors, messengers nnd porters nil kneeling together. Hotii houses of the Tennessee legls lnture hnTO passed tho bill prohibiting tho sale of clguretlcs or cigarette pnpor in the state or the giving uwny of r cigarette or cigarette paper. A NAmtow-flAuaK rallrond has been Invented which enn be moved from farm to fnrm when crops nro to bo marketed. Five miles etui bo hitd in 11 day, nnd no grading is required. A iikcknt heavy fall of snow In New Cork city was attacked at once by Col. "Wnrlng nt tho bend of nn army of 8,000 men nnd 4,100 carts nnd carried to tho dumps In the course of u day nnd night. A l.ATK csttmnta of the...

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. — 18 February 1897

w ;- v ?"""". rnrf-'- bft yr$rT- , vrz, jfrmTr-mfJ (.,, A ! St & vV , :-v r J ? : j "KtlMF fcJ.yflljjHf;M VlrfW ' JrV 1 .1 ND so. yon ssr s V-(b v v s- i'il hvo mo tell tho tale Mv father oft told JL V A story of the days when palo Hope fled, und misery Dtood stark and urlm before that band Of men beyond compare The tale of Washington the grand. Who crossed the Delaware! One Christmas nlRht. long years ago. When shrilly cold winds blew, And through the darkened air the snow On frozen plnloni flow, A little band of patriot souls Stood bravo and fearless wlar In Iclncss and anger rolls The fretful Delaware. Hiizr: Nor Ice. nor storm, nor cruel blast Can hold these heroes back: They have rrsolved, thedlo Is enst For freedom's cause! A track Of blood upon the snow they've left From shoeless feet and bare; Of all lift's comforts they'ie bereft. Beside tho Delaware. But "Onward! Onward!" Is the word Their bravo commander speaks. When thro' the storm his voice Is heard Knell uon of fre...

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. — 18 February 1897

Tmrr - v i m nt i if ft ff l ' p s 1 yMnwgwMaBgigBMuuwwpMwiw yw w The inter Is the Most Populnr Republican Newspaper tMtWIIH . !! II III I III. IIII1HI ! ! of the West and Has the Largest Circulation. ui biiimiwi m ii r i ir -- - t ... . . . , tr-n TERM 3 rV MAIL. DAILY (without Sunday) $-.00 per year DAILY (with Sunday) $6.00 per year The Weekly Inter Ocean fcl .00 FJSnYKAK ' As a llewspapsr TilZ IITTEIl OCE.Ur lteep; nbresuof the tints In nil iopct3. It spareo neither pains nor expense in securing ALL TKH NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly lute Ocsan As a Family Paper Is Not Excelled by Any. in MWii '"win"" " ni..m iw.ii in innm.iiiiii iiihhiii. fVCSfIt hss some-thin? of Interest to enc't mMbr of tho fjmllv. Its Ifc- YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT it thn vory beta of ita kind. Its LITEIl- rtY FEATURES are nneqnalsi It la TWELVE PAOE PAPER and contalnitho 1'ewsof tUi World. POMTICAUiY IT 16 REPUBLICAN, and fcivwiteroiderctnobMnemof ; itbtejttlisensaHonsuu all lire politic U to...

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. — 25 February 1897

i-tpp' "-- - .ivWW (" 'STV ' -SSPTf 1 Tlio Territorial Advocate, Kalabliihcil lt87 Tlic Kt.-iTtr Hr rulil, KjUbtblietl 1MK. - 1. J The Largest Circulation of nn j Newspaper in tlio County. a, ru w.. 'Vmr wayivsvijpMTVBUMUi-jvjiJivJi.JWMiuiLmMiixaMmM.m,vLLBniKmiiiM i w ajjrfmmmu-mKK.wttmJu.i.'uti- -r. fod VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEB. 25 1897. 5- w v ' A 4 r t- ft? fe v si. ' - WiP-a K .?' A1! a m i Tor I'ljiiii. At 11 mass meeting ol lending repub licans ht Heaver on Feb. 19 tlio follow kg i evolutions wero unanimously adopted: "Wheicas, Hon. Dennii T. Flyun, through the past four ytars in congress, has demonstrated liis ability to success' lolly deal with nil matters pertaiuiug to the general wilfeic of our people, rdiow iu; hitiKolf at all times to ho tho Hue fiiend of our territory, and by virtue of his knowledge c.f bur needs, he is un ijncstionably the beet fitted man in the toiritory for its governor, tlnreforc, bo it Ulesolved, Hint wo urgo...

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. — 25 February 1897

OTJBgS,' TB&srm .SjSTO.. . .,, 7W i 'i - h' riMJa i The Beaver Herald. W. L OltCMMO.VD, Pnbtiabar. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA 3 CURRENT COMMENT. It coiti Illinois 32,000,000 annually j punish criminal. Tun United States consumed la.t year marc than 4,000,000 bunche-i of Jamaica banana. Mim Cixjivoss inn recently present ed with a 8100,000 fan by young Mr, Gould, her admirer. Tiik utatemcnt baa been made on high authority that more poetry Is; written by the Inhabitant of Indiana than by those of any other ttatc in the union. A ritoriir.cy of Mr. Edison, the in rrntor, 1 reported to the effect that in three yearn thoM! of the blind whoe opttn nerves arc iu good condition will be tible to see. Ayr Item of Interest in connection with the recent collnp-ic of the steel rail pool is the fact that the Cleveland Kolling Mill Co. has been receiving 6100,000 per annum for refraining from making steel rails. To celebrate the British queen's dia mond jubilee, the teetotalers in Lon don propose to secu...

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. — 25 February 1897

o J, M " A. 1 p ESS of the Mine. -AWmn Intervene!, ? Robert Urn & Copyrlcht, ly Rot-erl Birr. ClIAPTKn VL-Coxti.nukd. They mntlo their vvny to the deck, and linking nrnm walked up mid down. Forn long time Wcntwortli said noth ing, and Kcnyon hnd the tncttohold his pencp. Suddenly Wcntwortli noticed that Uiey were pacing buck and forth in front of Miss llrevvstw, ,io he con tinued his walk around to the other side of the ship. After a few turns up nnd down, he said: "You remember Illvers, of course?" "Certainly." "He was employed on thnt lle sheet, ihoXow York Argus." "I suppose It is a lie sheet, I don't remember ever seeing it. Yes, I know he was connected with thnt paper. What then? What, hos Miss Urrvvstcr to do with Illvers V" "She Is one of the Argus staff, too." "George Wcntwortli, von don't mean to tell me that!" "I do." "And is she here to find out about the mine?" "Exactly. She whs put. on the job ufter Illvers hod fulled." "George!" said ICvnynn, suddenly dropping his ...

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. — 25 February 1897

I r f. k f: III li I If f III lUr 'flWlt. IMimim iinjmmii.i,iu The Inter Ocean Is ttic Most Popular F():ifaHrn Navvgpapcr of the West and Mas the Largest CW dilation. TERMS XJV MAIL. DAILY (without Surwtay) DAILY (vllti Sunajyj The Weekly inter Ocean PEH YEAH. As a KwpipT TtfK ITJTJf P. DSKA ke m rr ct of thi Unci '.n til reapcuts. It spare putthorri tn i r .pm.n In 3-;curir.': ALL THE NEWS AND TUB lii'ST OfCL'RufiNT LITGRATURr. Th Weekly Inter CDcesin As a FamiSy Paper Fa Nr SLvcelfrit by Any. (J-TapIt has something of lntret to ir m-mb-r C t'10 fimtW. ltd ISZB YOUTH'S DKPAKTMENT U wo vity best of 11 Mud. It L.ITII. AIIY FEATURES are uncnanliML It is a TWELVE PAGE PAPER ami contaln-i lH Hews of It.i World. POLITlCALLiYITWJtUerUBLICrfK. jwid c.v.ilUittvntnabjnsMor thoaWeatdlsoraetonsonallllve pa ttio 1 1. pic H is tub Istod in Chioaca and ra In ceaard, with tUs poop cf Ui W etinV'.i uniitlcianlllteratiir PIpabo remember Hint the p.-.oa of T.."3 A liK.vLY IRTISH OCEAN la ONLY USD DOL...

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 March 1897

m S ri "" . TlioTprrllori.il Advocate, KsiiM'nhtil 1S37. , Tlio Ht-avrr Meruit), Kstablhhtd 1895 The Largest CI renin J ion of any Newspaper In the Comity. ! ,a VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897. NO.6. a. t y A bill to establish n territorial normal pcliool at Alva has passed tbo council. The proposed tarilF bill places n tariff of 20 per ceDt on works of art an bo logna sausage. Mark Ilanna was forgotten, left out in the cold, in the general scratublo for seats in the seuato chamber to bo used on inauguration day to'day. And yet tho mlmitcs say that Mark is really president, and is running things to suit himself. unto you, their business is overstocked, tho feats on tho corners arc taken anil whittling places aro all occupied. It is better to saw wood at two bits a cord than to whittlo in a loafing match and cuss tho government. My son, whilst thou has left in thy bkull the senso of a jay bird, break away from the cignretto habit fools. Thy ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 March 1897

o- O s , (4 r I i) ill. Il F f :" The Beaver Herald, W. I. DIIUMMO.ND, IublUbr. BEAVER, t t OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. CxuronxtA Is to hare the largest mogw-bcet factory in the world. It was said that over 750,000 people Tiad visited Canton, O., since MaJ. Mc Klnley was nominated for the presi dency. Jnw Yoni: ha appropriated 50,000 for the transfer ceremonies of the Grant monument ou April 27 ni-xt. It Trill be one of the memorable pageant of the year. A HKDJCAt, paper recently asserted that in Wayne county, O., there is a cancer belt, a strip of country 30 miles Ion? by 12 wide, in which fire out of Teryslx women hare the dread dis ease. TnoxAft A. Emsos says that, by a aew method of long-range photogra phy, with camera and telescope, now JeTelopin, it may be possible soon to stand on a New York sky-scraper and photograph a naval engagement in Sandy Hook. PtrJDEXTClCTi:lASD recently stated that he was going to devote his spare time daring the next few years to the "writing of a boo...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 March 1897

13 -?ii i 4 A If 1 M h , 9 aal V? A 1 ESS of the r A Woman Mine. ntervene. yRotart IWi tCopyrlght. 8s. t-y Robert Dirr.J CIIAlTEll VlI.-Co.NTiNunD. "MIbs llrevvnter, It does concern me It concerns my father, nnd Uint con cerns me. 1 am, In a measure, my father's private hecretary, and am inti mately acquainted with all the busi ness ho has In hand. This particular business Is his nffrilr, nml therefore mine. That Is the reason I uni here." "Arc jou sure?" "Am I sure of what?" "Aro you sure that what 3 on say is true?" "1 am not In tJic habit of speaking anything but the truth." "Perhaps you flatter yourself In that case, but It does not deceive me. You merely come here because Air. Kenyon Is In n muddle about vvhut I um going to do. Isn't that the reason?" Miss Longvvort.li saw thnt her task was going to bo een harder than she had expected. "Suppose wc let nil question of mo tive rest? I have come here I hac asked your ermission to spenlc on this subject, and you have given me the p...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 4 March 1897

53 ft- ? ft ,1 i ' The Inter Ocean Is tho Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West and Has the Largest Circulation. r 1 " " " - --- - n r TERMS DV MAIL. DAILY (without Sunday). . $-(.00 peryesr DAILY (with Sunday) 56.00 per year The Weekly Inter Ocean Ul.OO PER YEAR ... ...... Sfl As a Newspaper TIIE INTER OCEAN ltorw t brent of tho time in n'.l respects. It spares neither ptttr.r.ni response In tecurln,: ALL THE NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly Intel Ocean As a Family Paper Is Not I'ixcct.cc. by Any. rj3Jt has somethlns of lnte-crt to oich nim r o the family. Its -- YOUTH'S DEPARTMEirr is the very bt of ltu html. It LITER- ARYFEATuRES are unequalsd. ItlsaTWELVE PAGE PAPER and conU'lni the Kevrsoftbn World. POLITICALLY IT 13 REPUBLICAN, and aivo. 113 roadors tho benefit of the ablest discussions on all live poVUicul topics. It Is pub lnhod In Chlcnco and Is In accord with the paoplo of thj V In bMit poatlr.ian literature. Pleaso remember that the prlco cf Til...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 March 1897

5P' S4P7 "IP p v-iy T-i ' T" """ "v r. Jr wp. . - t--- k 'Raqr-nTiJ MrTT,fFppwF)i! J i. i . TIio Tc rrllorinl AdvorMr, EsUbllihcil 1887 Tho Nearer Herald, KstabHsbed ISO... The Largest Clreulntlnn of nny Xowspniier in tlm Coiuily. MJMI'llt-WH WII1MlUA?LW.aM VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH n, 1897. NO. 7: . r . ' I r. ' K 1 ..a: f r a . 11 h Japan will adopt tliu gold standard at n ratio of I12J to 1. President McKinley lias called con gress (o inert iu special session on March l.". Greece detics the Kuropcan powers, and it !h probablo that a war between Urcocc and Tut key will be tho result of tho Cretan affair. Tho governor vetoed the bill which repealed tho law requiring probate judges to bo lawyers of three years' (standing. ' Dennis Flvnn chiscd his congressional career with a maguilicicnt victory de i'eating the bill separating tho Osapo reservation from Oklahoma. The vote in the house stood 100 to 57. The inaumirution being a thing of the pjs...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 March 1897

'tjnrtT" rut' "",t y 1 P. I i 4 i I The BcaYor Herald. TV. I. DItUMMOND, 1'uulUlier. BGAVER, OKLAHOMA PRESIDENTM'KINLEY LAunchlnf? of a Now Administra tion Upon Unknown Soas. XaOlhrr tnancoriatlun l'.vrr It. I'qnsl It win n llaililnelnn Affair I'rtel- tlrut HrKinlri'a Iiiku;. ural Sprrrli. Yashlnston March 4. It has been ft day it acclaim a non-partisan dfmon stratlon oJ vast proportions, by which Ihe American people, without regard to vecllon or political alliance, have hall J a new president and watched the launching ot hU administration upon unknown eeas. It Is the only day In any presi dent's career when, from sunshine to the putting out of llshts (n the Inaugural ball room, there has ever been unbroken and enthusiastic celebration by citizens of every section, llefore readers scan these pases the lines of the oposltlnn will be forming In ths gray of the morn ing for assault on the new administra tion, but for the one day the people of PnESIDENT M'KINLBY. all. rcrJca and classes...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 March 1897

1' 9 i "3 1 A W Li. UC'' THE MI GSCOIPCC TJklJ5 oftheAline. r A Vmin yRojiffijWft & Cop right, &15. by Robtrt Dj.t.J CHAlTKlt VIIt.-CosTiNuni,. Jennie Hrcvvster was helriom seen on dock. Hho applied herself assiduously to Uie writing of that brilliant scries of articles which have sinci appeared In tho Sunday edition of tho New York Argus under the general title of "Life itt Sea," and which were recently issued in book form. As everybody is already aware, her Kkotchus of tho genial New York poli tician and also of the taciturn English man are considered the finest things in tho Utllo volume. They have been largely copied as typical examples of American humor. When J-ntilo llrew ster did appear on deck, sho walked alone up and down thepromcnadewltha sort of hnlf-ilcltont look In her eve as. hhe passed Kenyon or Miss Long worth, and she generally jMSKed tliom together. On this particularly eventful Satur day morning Kenyon and Miss Long north had the deck to themselves. The co...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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