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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 April 1897

pttg -tmiKm fcit , wiw i mwm mm f 'in j .mmwi wioa Ufa r.a ppjshmwJwi ltfawcr craW. rtiwiwr "- -r-i - , VUIJMSUKU I.VKIIV TIIUUSIUV. Ofllcinl County Paper. W. 1. 1UU.UIM0M). I'tilillslii'r. I.S.nudW. I. IiKUjIMON. K'lit.ns. k.-1'kw mfaamaa":! aac -r -. -r -c. - ia : J'.ntrtT.t St ptiutlice nt Heaver 0. T, us ftcjciJ clsss nmttor April V2, lM).i. IKKMS - - T 0(1 I'KIl VIIAIl ahvi.htisImi ltArcs made known on ny pltrallim. LOCAL NOTES. Tim lh:r.M lias live thnmntiil rend, prs tln.H wi'i'k. Will Tiylur hii down f 1 1 1 tn (liu Cim ui mii Monday. Kr.-d 'I'ninii.r wm in imvn last iS;tiiird.iy. T.i-0 lv .MiTuiuulo Cti., t Llhurul, uru inuuMl ranch iuifi(er.H. Call and wie litem wliili! in town. 4lt Amitlirr ,i:iiiiii l iluA itillTcsltnn continued Mury, I lie rniiiiiiisiniitr's ro-v-eilinus, nppt'iir in ihi N-um. Cu llrdciiier sliiiinl lor ttcno conn M, Kims, Monday, whew he will work the coming Miiiinirr. You cant nffurd lo ini.-s iho unc Hue of Drew Goods nt C. S. Kilgore'a Cash Store, L...

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. — 6 May 1897

io vv" 'if'v V o'o " 4 Tliu Largest Circulation of any iNcwM'npcr in the Counly. The Territorial AIm-tr, Tup RaTfrllrraW, EslaMwl. IBM l'-a -fcl.J r zns aKiasscf? K3P 30 ,4 VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1897. NO. 14. BmJBmAY IbhbS fljjH HH AVf mHIHh YAYABi !WBP-S Mr 1 h lH 'H Br D ISIKm tH aH aLw his MiJ . JJarsS: iife2 u It is estimated that the consumption I of salt in a jo.r in the Uuilcd Slates is a bushel to each inhabitant, and now we wondor why tlioro arc no inauy "fresli" people. Tho chief of tho dairy division of the department of agriculture, values the dniry product of tho United States at 450 million dollars annually. If tho Noblo County Sentinel vrill hereafter pivo credit for items clipped from tho Herald, wo will appreciate tho favor and say no moro about it. A short grass editor last week dis posed of Sol Miller in ten lines, but found room for two or tlirco personal notices fur himself. K. 0. Star. Well, that's all right. A live...

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. — 6 May 1897

qrrrn&fr ' rK- Vrr-trrv & -9- r' "? '3Pw- 'qt0f ' Ice VrrY I ? liV I if ! I V ZT' 1. h r- . The Ecavor Hornld. "W. 1. JHtl'MMOXD, l'ubllshor. UKAVBIl, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Mat 23 hnn been selected ns tlio day for tlio unveiling and dedication of tlio confederate monument In Mount llopo cemetery, New York. Tlicro will bo n, big ctunpflrc nt tlio Lenox lycenm In the evening nnd tlio bivouac fires will burn nil night. Onk of the most wonderful of recent inventions is a roller bcnrlng for car wheels which docs awny with the uso of lubricants. There will be no more liot boxes. One wheel has hnd n test of 170,000 miles In tho west without 'the application of a drop of oil. Tun municipal authorities of Nor folk, Va., recently considered an ordi nance to tax newspapers. Dally morn ing ncw?pnpcrs, It was proposed, should pay 8100, afternoon papers 850 and weekly newspapers &i5 per year for license to do a publishing business. tJKmtANV, after. many experiments with color...

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. — 6 May 1897

-if 0 ESS of the c A Woman Mine. Intervenes. y Robert Bai CopyrljM, i8ijj. by Robttt t)r.) CIIAl'lT.!! XVIII. Kenyan vitn 011 Ills way (o lunch next Ony when lie met Wcntworth at the door. "Goliifr to wit 7" ashed the latter. "Yes." "Very well; I'll go with yon. I couldn't stay Inst night to hate 11 talk with yon oicr the meeting; but what did you think of It?"' "Well, considering the articles which Appeared in the morning, and consid ering nUo the exhibition 1 made of my telf in attempting to cxplniu the merits of the mine, I think things went off rnthcr smoothly." "So do I. it doesn't strike yon that they went off too smoothly, docs it?" "What do you mean?"' "1 don't know exactly what I mean. 1 merely wanted to get your opinion nhotit it. You see, 1 lmvc attended a great ninny gatherings of this cort, nnd itsti nek me there tv as n certain ctit-nnd-drledness about the meeting. I can't say whether it improsscd me favorably or unfniorably, butl noticed It." "I still don't understand...

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. — 6 May 1897

v hjff urv"--' rTJMS,-s "&?:, WkbHK41 v I" I (,V 1 If you want to get all the news, and know that said news is reliable, lake the Ibe'aver herald! Which is published in the n teres t of Bc.iver County, belongs to no ring or combine, and treats everyone fairly. THE OLDEST 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 GLOB? Chicago Inter Ocean, Toledo Blade, Live Stock Inspector, Kansas City Star, Cincinnati Enquirer, Home and Farm, We club with others, also. IF YOU LIVE IE S itatioenii 1 i(iigoniii)iitic!(iaouiiceaieiog Sl.lK? T2iK 53JI.OO Weekly 1i1teij OceaM, The Greatest RupuMicin Paper ot the West. J TTis tha most stalwart nna untwcrviniT Republican Weekly pub. JL lished today and can r-iuays bo tclicil ujion (or lair and honest re- ports of nil political affairs. " nrZ& T'te Weekly Inter Ocean Supplies All of the News Fran 2 IJfcTJ I nttd this Deal ol Curre...

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. — 13 May 1897

ims'vcv $wvr,i BEAVER HERALD. The Largest Clrrnlntlon of nnj Xrtmiaprr In tlic Count'. ft TkfiTtr titer fatl Allocate, ruwiH 1R.TTJ - Ill Rawr-JUraM, f VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1897. NO; 15: -r- , f t ' . , f. i?t v -x J - U' We hfiTe purchased the franchise, namo ami good will of the South and Wet, ami will soon consolidate the two papers. The South nnil West will be published long enough to finish up wont laud office busL tiess it hits received to date, and to fulfill other Advertising conducts, which will taice about tbieo weeks. All arrearages in sub flcripllons due the South and West are pay able at theso headquarters, and all such nr. rcarge will be added tu (ho Hedald'h books, in case the victim is a subscriber to both papers. Another Cuban general, Aguirro, was killed last week. The Senate lias confirmed tlto norai uatson of Webster Davis of Kansas City o bo Assistant Secretary of tlio interior. Kx-Delegate Flynn nnd family havo re...

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. — 13 May 1897

' (-1 oi H ' A it It I to i lit i I m t- IS fc r IKI ft fc The Beaver Herald. IV. I. DUUJIMONI), Publisher. HEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A Chicago man has just celebrated tho birth of his 85th child. Nf.w Zkaland workingmen nro ml vocating a working day of six hours. 1'i.ayino cards for sweat charity's Hike" is one of the latest fads of society in Washington. Tin-inn is a plan on foot for digging n tunnel between England and Ireland under the Irish sea, Its cost being set down at from $30,000,000 to $.15,000,000. Ax enterprising undertnkcr in n MIr tourl city has embalmed the corpse of an Afro-American citizen in order to stand it up in his show window as an example of his high skill in the occult science of mummifying. AiinniCAN manufacturers, encour aged by tho fact that paper railroad rails have been successfully introduced in Germany and Russia, are expert menting along the same lines, Paper car wheels have given satisfaction for many years. TiiEltE will bo established...

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. — 13 May 1897

If ' -'j ? ?! . -! ' :: y . . .;' ., ,V8fl 4.".- J1 Vv.'( .S ' . i J f s a JLr - - J - i V., M ODIt NATIONAL MUSEUM. Bottor Known to tho Public na tho Smithsonian Institution. I'onndril vllh Pumla I.rfl to tlio Unlicil Mnten lij Jiiiuuk Mtultlmuti, mi UtiBllxlininn with Tcrrllilu UruilKC Special Washington Letter, On that delightful reservation In Washington known us the "Mnll," or (Smithsonian grounds, there stands oihi of the most famous buildings in the world, namely, the "Smithsonian In stitution." Although It is not one of the largest buildings in the world, It is architecturally remarkable. It is built of Scnecu brownslone, and the Gothic Btyle of architecture makes it resemble one of the ancient feudal castles with towers and battlements and embrasures like loopholes, reminding one of tho nncicnt battles of the nobles when they fought with arrows instead of guns. Inside, the prospect Is very different from that of an ancient feudal castle, for there one finds not fierce-beard...

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. — 13 May 1897

'"fWfflf VQfifl 3KVPH ' Wr Ti -- " " f v " m tr if P IP tv ir m m W v Va?afifin?flr,JiS ri llif liircrl nnil mol complete lv lock of Dry goods Clothing AND ever bronchi In Reaver frlll-ft. Tl.ta .IaaL wn- '1 c-irrmlly selected In meet gf (lie ilcninmln of Western 't (mile 1 &&2$&)&&!!l&&i&&$ s J H E Patent lVJeelicme, And everything usually kept in a first g class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in g to your head that because my store is not located in a railroad town it is not up to jj date in every respect. rir: Give me a call, p j Du.J. R. LINLEY, $ 2E Beaver, Okla. ?iiiiiiiiuiuiuiiiiuiuiaiuiiiiu ! PAINTS and OILS. In this windy country it Is necessary In pnint ii building in enter lo pre serve it. I have fi large assortment, suitable for nil kitidn of work. O tocxx)COtxx!jacax!xy.x:xKXxxyar.c,xixJ ri .r .v i j-t ntninr " IMJIV1 dALKiritt Futttro Comfort for present seeming Economy, but BOY tie Sewing Machine with an cstoblishcd reputation that ...

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. — 20 May 1897

ynwpiwfrumxffr,; '' i.) BEAVER The Terrlloriol Advocate, Established 1SS7 Tito Heaver llcrnM, Established 1MM. M 4 Tito Lnr,jcst Circulation of atijr Newspaper In tlio County. v ) P ' r v VOL. 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1397. NO. 16. J f .n,Tfiwf:x' SSmb TTK V. ,. ! " ,::l t r ,' '. , ?i k- f X Tho cattle ranges oT southwestern Kansas aro covered with cattle awaiting shipment to market. Stockmen say the shipments) were never so lieavy nn now, nnd that -10,000 head oT cattlo aro being grazed in southern New Mexico ready lor shipment into western Kansas nssoon oa those now on tlio range can bo moved to market. THIS AND THAT, Tho Guthrio Leader advertises all Unds of "vehicklcs" for a carriage house in that town. In tho district court nt Woodward last week, Wm. C. llcufrow, et al, were given judgment for tho full amount, with costA, in the cases wherein the governor sued L, J. Edwards, Eddlc mati Uros., V. D. Claunch, II. II Griffin and Luther (Jlar...

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. — 20 May 1897

,8 '' ,l'lyilpMIW'ilii,1WliiwwiT ..i. .),,. w, fVT" . J wmaxMf-Tmmm f T l ' IV 3 If III fcf fe r 4 f ,C hi : ' " ; ft rVi- 5 f i i i. $ fV Tho Beaver Horald. IV. 1. D11UMMON1), l'uhllslinr. JH2AVKR, : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A cositanv has been formed In Maino to maho silk lor clothing f.-om spnico trees. During the year 1800 thn plumajro of over 3,000,000 birds wns used in New York for the decoration of women's lints. Tub school bonrds of li'redonla and l'roston townships, In Plymouth coun ty, lu., havo nrraiifjed to build storm cares nt rnch of tho schoolhouscs. Adf.i.aidk Miixkii, a wealthy widow, vlll found a boino for Chicago women nt Cedar lake, u summer resort nenr Chicago. It will be an AdumlessICden and no man will bo allowed on tho place, either as servant or visitor. A ncrotiT from tho ofllco of the registrar-general of England shows that thcro aro more female than malu cen tenarians. Out of 1,000,000 people 3J.' women reach tho ago of 100 years, while only 82 men round...

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. — 20 May 1897

v 'ips 7-1? r F" vr'rtfi ,, VWS W- rrr -r,Rrr.-T- I. l. A, ' . , I v r , l- ',' f J .A v '. 't ,. i ?. i Vs fl t , 1 . . ' If .'-isv. -it . KS of the Aine. r AWrtnan Intervene!. V. RtW tt Pari ICopyrlEht. 1895, by Robert Utrr.l Cn.M?TKU XIX. Contisi-kd. The parnsol broke with a sharp 6nnp, wnil tlu Rlrl murmured: "Oh, ' but the murmur was fnint. "Never mind the parnRol," lie said, pulling it from between them nnd toss ing It aside. "I'll get you nnother." "Itccklcss man I" she Rasped. "You little know how much it cost. And I think, you know, I ought to have been eonmilted in nn in an affair of this kind George." "There was no time. I acted upon your own advice promptly. You are not nngry, Jennie, my dear girl, are you?" "I suppose I'm not, though I think I ought to be, especially as I know only too well that I held my heart in my hand the tvholo time, almost offering it to you. 1 hope, you won't treat it us you hae treated the sunshade." llu kissed her for answer. "You bee," she sai...

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. — 20 May 1897

i.ijrrir-W' ,j niTEFwrJnT .v sr , aw tfWHW)P-1vStf' 'i'"WBPWV WW lftWWWWiJ i" f ' r, ; w . IW v WdSpVo?o3VVor fgi Tlio largttt ntnl moit complete J fe ). nuvh Uli I Dry gaeds assd l" fin! ?4 & ever lirouplil in )entcr TiA i .inn, v. I 'ti- Mmj Vli- carefully se.'ceii'il in nu-d gj the demand uf Western "A trade 'aBj&&ii n n n s P 8 H Hi), s UiiL Patent Fvjeciicme, S And everything1 - class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- 5: IE: to your head that because my store is not j s located in a railroad town it is not up to ijf date in every respect. ; . , Uw j -V- ?. . L- In llils vtliuly country it U iicccrnry lo jinlnl n Imililiiij; in oulcr tu pro ncrc it. 1 Livo u lurgo nisorliucnt, y t uuunuiu iwr an kmiuo ui wum, suilnblo for till kinds ol woik, h j Dk.J. K. LIJNLliY, $ wv Po. n hin.N, .i H -,-v t , 4V" cm IH yuu mil with any- ( b 'z Beaver, Okla. l& tiiinK.vm wmuIh h,u ii..c. J 'JZzz f" Hnvo ncillier limu nur i:ica 'u Sr7iUJli2UMiUi&UUil4iailUUiU ,0 ,c" L s..i ...

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. — 27 May 1897

" j- rfnmr WU rf " '""Vw Sr friers ' 'nfr'Vr'- K BEAVER HERALD. ntn d'rfMft H. . Tho Largrst Clrcnlnllon or any Newspaper in tho County. Tito Territorial Atlrooatt, Kslabllsbs'd' 1857. Tito Binur HeraM, fttnlillslied lbOj. V. 4 t 1 "jA vol: 3. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1897. Nq. 17. ifT"P,r 1 r y E J: , . 9 v fc r!. C; 10' ; ' v. ' 'S : IV u I V "When Arc Tacs Duel The question uh to when arc taxes duo and payable under tbe new law, passed by tlic lamented legislature, is ono which has fhcn thoi county treas-. urcr and county attorney no little trouble ol' late. The law appears to bo plain enough, but fur sotuo reason the makers of it got tangled up in their date?, so that it will very likely have to bo con strued by the courts before it can bo opt erativo and possibly not then. Tho law as passed reads as follows: "Ono half of all taxes shall bo duo on the fifteenth day of Juno and the fifteenth day of December of each year and ou the third Monday ...

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. — 27 May 1897

.-wrt ,-p . , s,. o "fpjajjaaUAj 'rmiiwiirV'iftiiiiyiiiiifftiiiiaiii i.i 'MiaaaflaW?yt,ia,' i i vii ttnl)ti0Z&!gl I I?. R' Tlie Beaver Horald. AV. I. IIUUMMOND, I'ublisher. BRAVER, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Enoi.And Is now boasting of tlic greatest Industrial nnd commercial prosperity she lias experienced In mnny years. TitK announcement that the effort to secure the adoption ly the postal con press of a universal postal stamp lias ailed has caused widespread regret. So useful have the bIeyclo policemen proved themselves In New York and to Mich an extent has the wheeling habit Increased that tho squad, which has grown to -to members from a very small beginning, Is to bo still further in creased. Tun railway companies of Orcat llrlt nln carried 030,000,000 passengers In 1895, of whom .ISO were killed. During the samo year, In the city of London nlono, ftSrt persons were reported killed by falling from buildings or out of windows. ' Miw. Ki.UAiiKTir Caiiv Stantox ex pects 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. — 27 May 1897

a.'P"' "r V" V "rr'"' - r'n,-nwfi?i)-!''Wfi,t"'1'' WHW '!"rfJr!P' "J 1H1l"W!-flHy -' H"V.-VT IVI ,IM r tf 4 Hfc i' i Ff i w jr JS 'tf tf V. V mSMm C'vj AtnooiAi. DAYxZ.' 0 rlolV.LR --NF f" Ig', ' 1 fm of the tnoun- N the shade towering tain, I n the bf autlful valleys of ran. Kissed by the mists of the fountain And close to the rivers thatrun With a mystical sonc to the ocean, Tast cypress and hemlock and yen. At rest from turmoil and commotion. Are sleeping the campers In blue. No dreams of the cannon's death rattle, . No visions of charge and Toray. Although where they fltood In the M"le - Not a few are still camplnc to-day; Oft an arrow of sunlight discloses The camps of the gallant and true. And shines on the chaplcts of roses That cover the campers In-bluo. By thousands they sleep In their glory 'Neath the beautiful flag of the free. And retold nnd rehearsed Is their story ' By millions from sea unto sea; Aye, above them the -robin Is calling Her mnt o'er tlie t-Htterlnc dew. 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. — 27 May 1897

"- n? tSf i? V&&G&V&Q&'iS&lic&il plcle gj The largest and moil com flock (if.. Dry goods AX I) fhfl 4 If JiiQininn iw '2, ever brought In llravcr i on hi y, inn mock wni cirefnlly e'ecfed to meet jjH the tlcinniitN (it Western , t in.le j &&&!&$&iiii II1UTA1IEI Patent lVJedicme, zr s And everything usually kept in a first- 5; S class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- E to your head that because my store is not 2j located in a railroad town it is not uo to 5 I datc ,n cvc.resPcct- Give nlc a call. KX' , Dr. J. R. LIN LEY, k h Beaver, Okla. g iiiiiiiiyiiiiyiyiiiiiiiuiiiUiu W PAINTS and OILS. In tlits windy coiintr ry it Is ncccsary In order to ire lo paint a building In order to in Berve It. 1 havo a large assortment, a suitable for nil kinds of work. l&0CXXXX;DTrar.CX2XXXX ?r fi 1 o 8 9! to l 8 7 . 8 V T SACRIFICE ... Futura Comfort for present -w wiftiij iituviiiuv lliui uii tfiiinrnnfpne trrtii Irvrtr rnA en! iui Ma.sbr wu Wij UM...

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 June 1897

I , BEAVER the Largest Circulation of trnj Ncvfspnncr in tlio Couiily. HERALD. Tito Territorial Advocate, Established 1887. i Tlio lUatrr UrrnluV r-slftblltlirJ lRfir,. . J . .- .,, L ,- j VOL. 3- BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1897. NO. 18, I 1 j. , I ,1 A. . N ju. Tlio prctss dispatches say that Ed M. Ilcwins of Oklahoma, tlio well known cattleman, has been appointed custodian of tlio abandoned Fort Supply military reservation, vico Bretvcr Key. Thero is no compensation, but ho can use tlio buildings and pasture as inaqy cattlo on tlio reservation astho grass will stand. The appointment practically gives him free rango for four years. . Whilo Dennis Flynn was in congress ho worked hard to get this reservation donated to Jtlio territory for a soldiers' borne, and that is what should havo been dono with it. Thero is a largo number of' old decrepit soldiers in tho territory somo of them drawing small pensions and somo draw ing none many of them very poor...

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 June 1897

b If I 1 K' it ?i i? ' I m i. Tho Beaver Herald. W. I. DltUMMOM), Publisher. I1EA.VER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A cnuncii In New llninswlck, JT. J., lias a choir of phonographs. Lansino, Mich., attributes the falling nff in ltd number of saloons to thi bicycle. Tire IVnnsylvnnln legislature has passed, and do v. Hastings has signed, b law to prevent the degradation of the American ling by placing advcr liscments upon it. It Is estimated that the world'snjjrl culture occupies the attention of 290, 000,000 men, represents a capital of 34,000,000,000, and has an annual prod net of S'.'O.OOO.OOO.OOO. A statue of the late Commodore Cor ticlius Vanderbilt was recently un veiled on the campus of Vanderbilt university at Xnshvlllc, Tenn. Tho university was founded by him. The stockholders of the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern railway, at a meeting in Chicngo recently, voted to increase the indebtedness of the road to 850,000,000 by issuing additional 3 per cent, bonds. .IC'STiCK Steph...

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 June 1897

.. ..fM4t , - -.. ".." i imfV j tt,itiJjJ8 rtrifi it.,ift .'.i.J.i ffifoMjii 'V THE MHBRESS oftlie KAWaawa yRtcft ICopytlgbt, &, CHAFTER XXII.--Contwuto. Miss Longworth -ieft the office, and, gcttlujr Into her cnb, wni driven to lier father's place of business. "Well, my girl," said tho old man, shoving his spectacles up on his brow nnd gazing nt her, "what Is it now, some new extravagance?" "Yes, father, soma new extrava gance." Ills daughter was evidently exalted, and her breath came quickly. She closed the door and took a uhalr opposlto her father. ".Father," she said, "I have been your liusIncKs man, as you call inc now, for n long time." "Yes, you have. Arc you going to strike for an InciVnse in salary V" "Father," sho said, earnestly, not heeding the jocularity of his tone, "this ia very serious. I wnntou to give me some money for myself to speculate with." "I will do that vciy gladly. How much do you want?" The old man turned his chair round 'and pulled out his check book...

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