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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 March 1897

ZF93TT - - srtnnsTrtRW'"'1 ' V ft i h h 1 o C. V A1J1 a.'roi vr . v itt .- iu.ittvuijxi.1 The Inter Ocean Is the Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West and Has the Largest Circulation. 1 jiwi I I J ' T n IT-' ' - TBRMS riV MAJt, DAILY (without Sunday) . 5-1.00 per yur DAILY (with Sunday) $6.00 per year The Wccklv Inter Ocean t .00 PER YEAR" M As nlfewipipr TUK IHT.StlOCEA!.' teer abr?tof tie times in zM irouts. Is spares neither pi5 nr expanse in securing ALL THE NEWS AND THE I'.CST OP CURRENT LITERATURE. Ths'Weekly Itvlier Ocean As a Family Paper te Not Excelled by Any. fp5I has Mcisthln': cf interest to ot-'i ni-mbr of tho frmtlr. In i3- YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT Is the vef7 bs-i of Its kind. Iu LITSK. A RY FEATURES ero uuiqarled. ItlaTV7ELVE PAGE PPHR and contain t!e :iewcf tNi TTortd. POLITICALLY IT Id REPUBLICAN. wu Rives its reader tne benefit of ths ablest tfitcussiensi on all l.repo.ltic 1 topics. It i cnb.ished tn Chlcasj anil in accerd with tkctjeopeoi the Wtitin b. th pol...

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 March 1897

"- i "nxv'' -A BEAVER The Territorial Advocate, suiltelkd 1S87, The Bearer riorali; EstablinheJ 1895. The Largest Circulation of any NiTptpr In the County. i,-ii VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1897. NO. 7. '. vMIMrT1 r r rf HERALD. J , I 1: I , v President McKinlej's Cablact. Secretary of State, John Sherman, of Ohio. Secretary or the Treasury, Lyman J, Gage, of Illinois. Secretary of War, R. A. Alger, of Michigan. Attorney General, Joseph McKenna, f California. Postmaster General, James A. Grry, of Maryland. ecrctary of the Navy, John D. Long, -rf Masiachusctts. -. i &5r? Secretary of the Interior, C. JI. Bliss, of New York. ' ' .Secretary of Agriculture, James WiU coo, of Iowa. Congress convened session. Monday in extra i A normal fcIiooI h to be established at Alva, 0. T in the near future. n, Hon. J. Y. Callahan is iu Washington assuming hw duties at the capital. m Kansas City claims an increase of 25,- 600 people during the past year....

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 March 1897

$ I n ) t if re It I ...I ' in f ' fr $ The Beaver Herald. TT. I. OKODIO.VD, PublUaar. BEAVEB, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tax British Medical Journal make tbe i223nwffit that the plagae dying out la India aad will prwbaWy disappear fretbeedof May. It it reported that tie Japanese are i . - . JT .. j a . . ... . ! pexng eofJes u es iije4 s " - tare peacratJoBS may wwots naore is josing physically than the present riee caters. . It is aid that the sxrrccae&t is national asd patriotic The cesaeil of the Ataerleas Geo- ' graphical society has approved a plan of polar exploralioo wbautted by , Lieut. Peary, aad aTtcd to subscribe I to h f aid to enable hi to sake a- other trip in search of tie aorta pole. ; Tns British gwemaeBt la dtsfided to sismaliie the occasioa of her bs-Jestj-"s jabilre hr th issac of a ae coinage, which wHI r pat ia drcwla tioa neat June. The desipa is said tc Ik of a Tery bandM asd strfkia; character. , rf-rer, ' MtM Gcossia Exmjiiiw, of yonns woa forerrr of Mi...

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 March 1897

Vv THE MJHRESS ofllieiSjfiMine. r A Woman J i v? Intervene!. TkUrrl n.in.ssWBHIWZVI fswp Corrljht. i Ikj 5, by Rtbett Barr. CIIAITi:u IX.- -Continued. Miss llrevvster loohcd up languidly from lier book during the first jinrtot this rccltnl. Then she sprang sudden ly to lier foot and threw the book on tlio deck. "Who li It thnt vvill tnhe the tele grams?" slic asked the steward. "The mntc, miss. There he in stand ing yonder, miss." She niiulc her vvny quickly to that official. "Will you take n cable dispatch to be Kent to New York?" "Yes, miss. Is it u. long one?" he awked. i "Yes, it is a very long one." "Well, iniss," was tlie nnsvver, "y liocn't linicli time to write it. We lenvc now in a few minutes." "It is all written out; 1 hac only to add a few words to it," Miss llrevvster nl once Hew to her stateroom. The telegram about the mine was hoon lie fore her with the- words counted, and he silver and gold that were to pay for it piled on the tabic. She resolved to run no risk of de...

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 March 1897

i-jap W" "Jr X I. ' t 1 t u : rt SI. 00 tHe $1.00 Weekly IiWteij: OceaiL The Greatest Republican Paper of tlie West, r TTIs the most stalwart and unstvervnx Republican HVeA:r pnb- t 1. . lishcd today and can always be relied upon (or (air and honest re-J ports o! all political aZairs. ' p- g The Weekly Inter Ocean Supplies All of the New fj- Jtco and the Best of Current Literature. Z-4lZ It is Morally Clean, and st a Its Literary Columns are equal to those of the Its Youth's Department is the finest of Its kind. It briars UUi tiallr tha wa the best and ablest discussions a Inter an (Ires twrlr prt aal belnc pobliahed to chlcaro i tie people west ot the AUecbanv SI.00 Btcgj9Mjgjjij.BLg5JSJCIL4.P $1.00: Tie Ddly sad Sandij E41- Price ef Umj cf tbe Inter Ocaia in $ duij aaa ; tbe best &r tbdr klod .... nilMwstsnitmsmsimsssaiMtfi M vou want to get all T ows is reliable, take the & . ,. zm&tg$,l&l. -s .pJEAVER HERALD - i-!; is published in the interest of Beaver County, N...

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 March 1897

""P!1WW$! BEAV Vr- wl - "VTI i . i . ! .' 7 The Territorial Advocate, nilnblltbeil 18S7. Tho Beaver Herald, t Eslaljli-lif.l 1805 Thu Largrst Circulation or niiy Newspaper In tlm County. . h. 'B. ! 3 -I .; i jihmi ii Btam f VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1397. NO. 8. l ni M II T Pt ll ' " NEW LAWS. Work of tltc Fourth Legislative Assembly. Five hundred aud four bills wero in troduced in tlio late legislature, 208 in tho council and 296 in tho house. Of theso 114 passed both houses, and 96 wero signed by the povcrnor. Four bills were vetoed, and half a dozen were allowed to dio with adjournment. We givo below a recapitulation of the bills passed and signed which affect or are f iatcrcsl to the peoplo of the west part of tho territory. Wo are indebted to tho Guthrie Leader for tho synopsis: HOUSE 1111,1,8. No. 28 requires all ovidenccs of con ditional sales of personal property to bo recorded beforo becoming effective. No. 33 mokes the township ...

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 March 1897

m jjiiummmHlmlimK'' llii miu n mumili Hi nn s Hf 'J. t i II s F I 13- 1' r if r A. The Beaver Herald. W. I. DKUMMOXD, Publisher. J1EA.VEU, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. TmitTKK.N, cities of the conntrj have adopted tlie Plngreo potato patch idea The annual consumption of soap in plague-ridden India is said to bo onu ounce per family. In Detroit, Mich., a number of lead lujr citlrens have presented the Salva tion army with a building' valued at 874,000. Si.sck the streets of New York have been properly cleaned the annual death rate per 1,000 has declined from 20.77 to 10.13. Tiik treasury pold reserve In now above the 151,000,000 line. It has made a pain of nearly SU, 000.000 since January 1, or at the rate of a little oer El.OOO.OOOn week. Tiik National Storage Co. is about to r reet a grain elevator at Hayonne, X. J., which will be the largest in thu United States, having a capacity of fl, 000,000 bushels. The storage company Is said to be composed of men Inter ested in the Standar...

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 March 1897

'wyr TtffWI' '? - 'V if ' M r -I THE MISRESS ofllieMMine. irAttomih I VT In1aat VRolintBmvaWfiBSG V? .vi .... ... s.. I Cop) right i8gS, by Robert Riir 1 CHAl'TKl! X-Co.vriNti:ii. ' "My dear iiinihim." ho hi tin- enptnin, .iilinly, "you must not mo thrcnt to nic. I inn liotticciHtonieil to be tnlhril U In the vvny jou huvi tiikcn upon toursclf to sM.nk. Now tell mevvlmtll n you wish me to ilo." "It is for you to sny what, you will lo. I n in n passenger on board tills li!p, and am Kiip'Kiscil to be under the urotcctlon of Its captain. 1 therefore U.11 you I hae been forcibly detained In ny stateroom, nml 1 demand that the person who did this shall be punished." "You say that Miss Longwortli was '.he person who did this?" "Yes, I do." "Now do you know you make a cry .erious charge against that young liuly? A charge that. I flml it vir.y ilif llcult to believe. May 1 nsk j oil lint "cason she had fordoing what you say she has done?" "That is a long story. I am ijiiIU- pre pared to sho...

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 March 1897

W.jU!Jw05StGS3WZEiy -Tar ir-i?ir If.' f p. W. i-aooiONO(neiMtoiitoiif4MOiilociiitoi S8.00 te- Sl.00 The Greatest Republican Paper of the West. I T is tho most Btalwatt and unswerving Republican Weekly pub. Iihd todnv ii ml am always bo relied upon for fair and licnest ro- ports olall political affairs. (-) The Wejkly Inter Ocean Suppllen All of the News J n-rtl litcS I and the Ltest of Current Literature. JsZll It is Morally Clean, and as a Family Fa per is Without a Pcct. Its Literary to those of the its Youth's Department is the finest of its kind. o It brines to tho !amllv the News the boat and ablest discussions of sll questions of the day. Tim , Inter Ocenn cites twrlvti psa-M of roaJInc matter each week tuiit brlaa; pnliluhed In Chlrwco Is better adapted to the uceils of Uio people west ot tho Alleghany Mountains than any other papor. Thr folly and RnnHlT Ftf. S Trice ot nans ot ine inter ucean are luiix the bttt Of their klOd . . . . AddrcaaTIIttl.VTKHOCKAN, ClilraKo.J AMtlMl...

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

ww&f?yqjSi'i " . mfmmmmmaMmm i jt The. Territorial Advocate, KsUbllshed 1887. Tlio IhATrrlloriild, Established 1895 '. . Tlio Largest Circulntinii of nnj Newspaper In thc County. VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL i, 1897. NO. 9. i T.'k Ono more week, April then, Soft nod meek Comes again. Hirds tit-tweef, Flowers buJj Showers ewcot, Luscious mini. Ko more wind, No more snow; Overcoats Got to go. Then basebnll Ob, for n rlijrao And best of nil, Fitbin' time. -Ex. The Grst Oklahoma appointments made were: Jauica Kelly to he receiver tit' the land ofik-o at Mnnguui, Anton II, Classen to be receiver at Oklahoma City, and Henry 1). McK night to ho egistcr at Mangum. Of fourteen and a quarter million dollar woith of property destroyed by tornadoes in the United States last year, thirteen millions was sustained by tlio state of Missouri, most of it in the big St. Louis storm. A Topcka wife wants a divorce from her preacher husband becauso on one occasio...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 1 April 1897

tr.JKiauctfjk-a.t'jJ-Kfl "cO w II. Bf- I ' fr Tho Beaver Herald. W. I. DUUMMONI), Publisher. BEAVER, J OKLAHOMA CURRENT -COMMENT. SlJVVEIlV will Ik; abolished In tlio ijjcr country on tlio ilixto innrkinjf tho COth anniversary of Queen Victo ria's coronation. Thk 'WoinenV Christian Tcmpcrnnco Tinioii, of llattlc Creek, Mich., lias ro cotved a bequest of money from n re cently deceased j.aloonkccper. A nncK.vr Cliihunhua, Mex., dispatch stated that the immense increiiso in exports from the Tutted States had produced a serious car famine on tho Mexican Central railroad. Tire year lb'J" promises to be an im portant one in railroad construction. Steel rails aro cheap, and some roads that have been loiitf under considera tion, will be put throuph. UoiiKitT lto.NNKlt mentions the strik ing fact that when he bought his first trotting horse in 1SJ0 only 10 horses, living and dead, had trotted a mile in J:r.O. Now there are more than 1U.00Q in the list. Ax immense beet Migar factory, of S,00...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 1 April 1897

tt L'- , . I s . J' 1. f f; ilf '.:;. &, 9 fi ly-i .' 1 i 1 I i v. !? F. THE N ISSCPPCC of the rAW OTTIAtl J - ii'i-.-ji VKSJMIVJV CopyrlKht. iSoj, by Robert Birr.) CHAl'TKKXII. Altluuifrh Miss Jennie HreivMei- ni ilvctl In 1oii(lon tuifrry with the world in gunprnl, mill with sou-nil ot its in hnhltunti in imrtkMilar, she soon bctfan to revel In thc-lellghbinf thop-rnt city. It vviikho old tlintll whs new tobcr, nml nho isiteil WcHtiiiiustci- Abboy ami other of its uticicnt liindnmihs in rii'iltl biiurrssion. Tho elienpiicsH of the bull horns (lelif-htcil her, nml she spout most of her time dashing it round in n cab. HIio put up nt one! of tho big- hotels, and onlcrcil ninny now dresses nt ii place in Urgent street. She bought most of tlio newspapers morning and evening, and declared hlie could not ilnd an In tel eating article in the whole assort ment. Kioni her point, of view the-j wore (Stupid and tinetiterprisitig, and she resolved to run down the editor of one of the bigdn...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 1 April 1897

AUp TcnnSPwy i vqy n "W5ff' ' oo904?ccotte6eioooeo9fveC6Cfloeen3 1.00 te- 1.00: W EEIL.Y f WfTE QCEAWL The Greatest Republican Paper of the West. IT is the most stalwart and unswerving Kcpuhlicsn Weekly pub- lished today and can always bo relied upon for fair nnd honest to- J ports of all political attain. ' nrr The Weekly Inter Ocean Supplies All cf the News firn' (157 J nnd the Uest of Current Literature. dPll' It iu Morally Clean, and as a lis Literary Columns nre equal to those of the best magazines. Its Youth's Department Is the finest of Its kind. m It briars to tbo family tbo Ncwi at tlm Kntlro Wnrlil nna jIvoh tho boot and ablost Ulscunslons of all question ot tbadav. 'rim Intr Ocean elves twclo picm cf reading mutter oacli cck end twin pablUrtrd In Chicago In liettcr lulaptcd to tbo hcoilr. of tho pcoplo woat ot tbo Alleghany Mounmioo than any otber paper. o gl.00 SBifiSsJglgjaaysALEEEJSJ? SX'OO Tbe Daily and SuRday Edi tions of Tie liftr Ocean are ticbMtrflMrkiad II you wa...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 April 1897

,, jv-n " TJT "Twj T !t l' . - 9 ""ir ' I , p The TcrrIlorl.il AiUnmlr, rtal.llslio.l issi The Itiatrr UrniM, EitnbllslieJ lfiKi Tim Largest (HrrnlnUoii rnii)rXtMriiiiioi' In the Connly. . t I t DsrnonnvjprOTn:K?arvTTiR7fir7vrrsr rutiivjvpwt RiftYiiLinnnn VOI..3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1897. NO. 10. ISTsI fT ilill Iff W mm ii lb It 1111 lb Bar I L. ., . Jim !! WW i 1 I ( m 11 j d i J TI10 editorial wining habit is n good deal like dipFmimnia or llio opium habit very hiird to euro. And so it eouics abouttli.it, being out of editorial work of my tiivn, I have concluded to tnko a small share in the editmisl wort of tbo IlmiALU. JJo Dot understand that I expect to. work constantly or hard at cither biain work cr manual labor, bc osuse I have little inclination for either. In fact I hnvo begun to suspnet that theic is not neatly eo much gray matter under the skull as I used to imagine, cither that is true, or I havo lived lorg enough tc find out tha...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 April 1897

-;W!ZmF r ? I : G t 11 u h The Beaver Herald. I. DnUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVEIt, t : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. TnK world's wlicnt crop for lbHO wn.l 2,-l28,393,000 bushels. London diamond dealers Miy S:i,r00, 000 is the vnluo of nn uncut gem Just received from KImberley, Africa. A citANK recently elected in Austria favors the abolition of the Christian religion and a return to tho worship of tlic ancient Teutonic deities. It takes each year 200,000 ncrc.s of forest to supply cross-tics for tho rail roads of tho United States. It takes 15,000,000 tics to supply tho demand, for which the contractors pet on an nvcrngo 35 cents apiece. Tiik English war ofllec is experiment ing with the deadliest known man slayer, a machine gun cnpablo of dis charging 1,000 shots In 183 seconds. On tho occasion of u brief, sharp ntr tack tho gun fires 11 shots u second. A steel collar keeps the barrel cool. Tub Sanitary lliiriiil association, of London, is trying to introduce n sys tem of cremation and bu...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 April 1897

? -7, Tr7sW ""w iJMT . S!tlW?rtR, ST "n1" .V I , i r 4-.1 l- fe' f - 'V K : r THE Ml of the I AVVtman 9 Robert foil t Copy right, ,8qj. 7' uHr v?VWBv ESS Mine. Intervene!. & by Robert Barr. CHAVTKIl XU.-Contisuiui. Kenyon took out n can', wrote the ail-tlt-css of Wentworth upon It, und IiiiihI eil It to her. "Tlmnk you," hIip Mild. "You sec I deeply syinpntliWptl with Mr. Went wortli for t lint he luid to puss through on the Btenmer." "lie wns very grateful for nil you did for htm on Hint occasion," replied Ken yon. "1 nm Kind of that. People, ns :t gen eral thine, "re nut jjralefnl for what their friends do for them. I nm frlad, therefore, that Mr. Wentworth is an , exception. Well, suppose jou talk with hhn about what L hnc Mild befoic jou make up your own mind. 1 nhnll be qulto content with whatever pliaro of the profits on allow me." "Alt, that is not liuviii-ss. Mlhs Long worth." "No, it is not; but 1 am drilling with you thai is, with Mr. Went worth In this matter, and I 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. — 8 April 1897

j& ffvi' jfr.n ! "" '' "'- ' ' ""' """ '" tZ . - i rr U .) h sSS.OG -the- S8.00S Weekly irTB OcEAitf. The Greatest Republican Paper of the West. o TT is the most stalwart nnd unswerving Ropuhllcsn Weekly pub- IMmxI today and enn always bo ports o all political affairs, XE321 a? The Weexly Inter Ocean nnd Hie Best of J It i Morally Clean, and ai a ! Its Literary .CCCCC:? to those of the I Its Youth's Department is the 1 finest of its kind. 4 r u a rt U It brings to tlio family tho Npwi of tlio Xnttrn World enn clvoa tic best and nbtost discussions of all question ot tho day. 1 ho lutrr Orcun ulrts twslvn pice ot reading matter each week !ii1 brlmr lmliltshi'il lu rlilrncn Is better adapted to tlio need ot I '..' poopto wost of tho .Alleghany Mountains than any ntunr paper. .3? u s Tin D-iilv and Sund2v Ed!- t'ons of The later Ocoin aro S tho M of Mt kind j&:3ocseco39ccep(oeo0siioeoeooeoaeaoo499oocco(i J . If you want to get all the news, and know that said news is reliable, 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. — 15 April 1897

Tlio Largest Circulation of any 'iewspnpcr In the County. The Territorial A-hntatf , llWMie.l 1SS7 The BiaTrrllrraM, Eatablianetl 1 803. ir. WWB lV3ftOm IVWS. VOI.3. BHAVHR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1897. NO. 11. Tliu Irrlcntloii HiisIihsk. A number of requests liave come lo (!('h office fur information iu regard lo irrigation. As we wish always to furn ish our renders the kind of matter ilicy most desire, wo will tnku pleasure in giving nil the information wo can possi lily ohtnin on this matter. It eeui a little strango that thU old est method of raising vegetables should he so little understood in this Into ago of (he world; but there is no placo on the face of the earth whore it is so little un derstood as in America. This country has been so signally lilcjscd with boun teous crops for 250 years that the peoplo have had little inducement to apply artU iicial methods of nny sort for the insur anec of the growth of vegetation. But the cycles of tinio ...

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 April 1897

Piffrs??? ""Tn YtrSFP?rv" ift tfc kk If Kfe Tho Boavor Hera Id . W. I. lMimi'MONI), PoMMicr. UHAVKR, OICI. UIOMA CURRENT COMMENT. SF.rAnA.fi: jehools for whites and blacks linvo been pronounced iineoii' btitutlonnl in Oklnliomn. GnKATr.n Js'ew York will sttirt oir with a population of :i,-IOO,000. mid the itinyor will have o voice In tho control of 50,000 employes nml the oxpendituro of ST5,000,000 n yenr. A lUl.li wns recently introduced Into the Kentucky lpgislntiire providing thnt convicts for burglary shnll bo tat tooed with the letter "H"on each check before release from prison. A lAnw doctor has discovered tho microbe of baldness and lins exhibited it at the St. Louis hospital, together with n sheep Inoculated with it which had lost Its wool. He is now hunting for the means of destroying the mi crobe or rendering it Innocuous. Tiik post ufllec Ucpiirtmciit has ruled that "boycott pasters" may not be sent through the mails. This ruling was occasioned by a letter mailed at St. L...

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 April 1897

"W 'iiHyj," ,(- 'vf'S- WW? wmwfW i ! I .' f v UaffistofiSs- NOW, ns once, by budding leaf And lionet unfold I lie bright and brief. We mark our Caster day's return. While white the sil very tapers burn. And chniilltiK cholni In full accord Salute the reigning, risen Lord I Tor rolnrj on, our life grows gray In shadow of the passed away; The things we had, and have not, Beem 'The railing vision of n dream, Dear voices hushed, dear hands ungrasped, Dear household brolcen, links unclasped That inte were binding kith and kin, Such winds of sorrow have swept In That wide, waste spaces everywhere I-euvo empty silence, bleak and bare. Not now with starry lilies dlght We greet the Master's morning light. Our lilies bloom beyond tho tide. Sweet fields nro on that other side, Here meet we pain and fret and loss. And heavy weight of rough-hewn cross. When Krister breaks, thank God, wo say, ''or strength stilt equal to our day, For hopes that span tho rood before And love that climbs to Heaven'...

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