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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 June 1897

m mm m 'T; ' r-. inrtteiiwi i r ,. 5 M In i aj I' U ! o t? ffi?m??mvTZ&m?' VtlVVY m The largest ami mol complete stsck (if. i .V 4 L? goods A3, 1a S3 W closing gwriifwrwiirnfmwwiiriifwrgj 9 9 ever t.rotiplit itnty. 1M' to Heaver 1 Mock was i. c-irvfully n-'ecipil to mett p rJ the ileliintid uf iiesterti Imdr ?o. U a HIS, STMIEE "Patent lVJedtciue, fs And everything usually kept in a first- ; g class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- sz to your heaci that because my store is not 3 s located in a railroad town it is not uu to s jc: date in every respect, vvir Give mc1 call p Dk.J.R. LINLEY, IE Beaver, Okla. iiiiiUiiiiiiiiiUiiaaiiUiiiiui PAINTS and OILS. In Ibis windy country It Is necessary lo paint a Imlldliig In order lo pre serve It. I lime n large assortment, suitable Tar all kinds of work. ajcc:x:crscccxcay-2oa;aracaDo:x i iwivo du,Kirflut luturo Comfort for present seeming Economy, but BOY tho Sewing Machine with on established reputation that 'guarantees you Jong and satis...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 June 1897

iiiiii In ii i ii imifc nm wnwwi rS . pMPMW . wi h , u J J Oa Tho Largest Circulation of inj Newspaper in 'West ern Oklahoma. ,Tiin ODDEST NEWSPAPER. VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1897. ' NO. i": V- , . qra x-Jf! - ;(. v . A Yoliteio 11: So. 1. With this issuo tlio IlEUAhD gets back Sato its old channel, nnd na.'umcs tlio volume nod number rightfully be longing to it, dating frooi Juoo 10, 1S87, (lie data of (tie first publication of tho TcuruToniAti Auvocate, ita forerunner. Tho Auvooatk was pub lislicd uninterruptedly from the date niuntioncd uutil Jnn. 1, 1800, Then J. C. Hodge, who was publishing tho Aovocatk at that timo, sold to 0. It. Wright, who, with Dick Quinn, formu lated a plan to discontinuo tho publica tion of tho Uardcsty Herald and AVO 5atc, and start a now paper, the Beaveii UsKATiD, by consolidating tho (wo papers. For eoino reason tbo plan failed, Dick refused to raovo to Beaver, leaving Wrieditliut uno alternative, and 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. — 10 June 1897

w T W C- i -irrjfF?. $&"! " K IS r ! i I; 0 The Beaver Herald. TV. I. DUUMMOXI), Publisher. DCAVKIt, ! : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Lincoln' birthday, robrunry 12, has lccn made a legnl holiday In New York state. Tkxab this year hna devoted 7,433,040 ncrcs to cotton, nn IncrcnMj of nenrly ten ner cent, over Inst year. A max In Delaware was recently plvcn ten lnslns anil ct In the pillory one hour for stealing an umbrella. The American apple Is carrying all lejforc it in Austria-Hungary nnd the Lttpply in nowise satisfies the demand. A xkw Kngllsh vessel, nemed tlie "Turblnla," equipped with three sepa rate turbines coupled to three screw shafts, has been run at a speed of 3S land miles nn hour. A iiit.ti'OKTtNO machine, which sticks bills on walls even as high ns SO feet, 'without the use of ladder or paste-pot, is doing successful work in I'nris. Ax innovation in funeral corteges Mas a bicycle funcrnl at Kllzaboth, X. I., the other day, the hearse being fol lowed by the mourner...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 June 1897

" ".. f"rr"ffi-7- y to ytiwqrw'fcii'jwwi1 -i ESS ofthe Mine. Intervene. rtW RW (Copyright, 1895, by Rotxrt BtT.l CHArTEH XIV. Continued. It wns Rouicwltnt late in the after noon when he renclicd the city of Otta wa. Going tovvunl his hotel ho was ns tonlshetl to hear his name shouted after nun. iurniu(j' round, lie saw a man rushing toward him whom he did not recognize. "Your name is Kenyon, isn't it?" aslcd the man, somewhat out of breath. "Yes, that is my name." "I puces you don't remember me. I hm the telegraph operator. We have hud n dispatch waiting1 for you for tome time, a cablegram from London. We lmve senrched all over the town for you, but couldn't find you." "Ah," said Kcnyon, "is it important?" "Well, that I don't know. You ltiul better come with me to the olllce and get lt Of course, they don't general ly cable unimportant things. I remem ber it said tiomething about you keep ing yourself in readiness for some thing." They walked together to the tcle gruph office. The b...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 June 1897

II u ir-i O ft is 9 t ? rLrLvr Tlir largct nml most complete flock vf ... 0 ury goaos AM) 5 Clothing rver l.tou-lii In Heaver El faultily. 'I lii idock wi Jj nrefully selecled li inert Ibo tlvnuimh (if Mcslern "jj Iradr., gtt La.il'i 1 1 K S Bt l i I I P 1 B :ir P P 3 S Oi nlM Is Sis fii 9 mj UJLlUSJLr'j pj JLli jLIUIsJJIb. i. r-'QiGrti ivjeeltcine 3 sE And everything usually kept in a first- S class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- 2 5E: to your head that because my store is not jjj located in a railroad town it is not up to iH ? ' sz date in every respect Give me a call, & jjg Dr.. R.LIN LEY, Beaver, Okla 7?auiuujujuiUJUJiiJiuujujui 3 PAINTS and OILS. lit (tits windy country it Is nccceary to paint n building in order to pro nerve It. 1 linvo n largo n'sorlmciit, suitable far nil kinds of work. 3 ikvK.C3Kr:c3csxx:oc;ocyaxrjecazx7. .59333333SS3S3S33S5333S333D2333DJ32335333333S33D ii DONT SACRIFICE Future Comfort for present seeming Economy, but GUY the Sewing Machine with on ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 June 1897

ca f 1 Tim 4 Tho Largest Circulation of nnjr Newspaper In West era Oklahoma. OLDEST , " : i KLAHOMA l NEWSPAPER. 'HyjL1"i?' J'"'J?J!'!5J"iJ"'t!r -"" m-urjBji uujiim vol. xi; BHaVeR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1897. NO. 2. u I ljwKrfi HID BBBBn bBSHb dbbbbbbbbbbV bbBHi ibVu bbbbbbbbW 13 BkjLEf hbbbbmbbbbii ! Ibbbbbbbbbbk wB & bbbW IbbbV bH i 1; ft v . . r.T' '-V ? v - A-.' ' L . . r : Iff" All the township treasurers should advertise the pieces of script that there is money ou hands to pay, and thus stop thd interest on them. If they do not advertise them the interest will ruo right along until thoy arc paid.' Tho Sts'n Live Stock Sanitary Coin mission of Kansas has issued an order requiring that nil cattlo shipped into the state fron the following Oklahoma counties shall have a certificate that they aro free from Texas ticks: Greer, Uoger Slills, Washita, Custer, Blaine, Canadian, Kingfisher, Garfield and Hay. It iu probable ilm: ib Sspretno Court, now...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 June 1897

nwiittjpiEfr iwr'n niwwyimiiiiimi(iii II !c 14 i ,o Tho Beaver Horald. W. I. DKU.MMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tomr experiment stations in Wis consin tire cultivating the sugar beet this season anil will compare results in the Ml In Chicago during May there wero SI suicides, 100 deaths from violence an' a total of 1,709 deaths from nlj causes. Foirrr wheelmen Blood up In n row in tho Detroit, Mich., police court re cently and paid a fine of 85 fach for scorching. A TonosTO company is building an ocean liner which is expected to inalco the trip between Xew York and Liver .pool In 48 hours. The mineral and metal production of the United States in 1S90 was S751, 732,782, an Increase of 818,701,201 over the preceding year. Alexandria, Va., lias raised the ban tvhich from the early days of the set tlement made it unlawful to bring in oysters betwetn April and September. Exolasd is giving far more atten tion than the United States to horn less carriages, the inv...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 June 1897

ra rJ f Sr ift k f i4 . v, ( ' d, ESS of the Mine. Intervener KAW'tMn y Robert FVai ChWflht, i8gj. by Robtrt Birr. CIIAl'TEIt XXV. "When TJdlth Longworth entered thp oniceof'Georpo Wentworth, that young gentleman somewhat surprised lier. Ho sprang from hls.cholr tho moment she 'entered the room, rushed out of tho door, nnd shrieked nt the top of his voice to a boy, who answered him; wlu-reupou Wentworth icturncd to the room, apparently In his right mind. "I beg your pardon, Miss Longworth," ho snld, laughing; "the fact was, I had just sent my boy with n telegram to you, nnd now, you see, I have saved sixpence." "Then you have heard from Canadar1 saidthc young Iddy. ( "Yes, a short message, but to tho polnti" He lmnded her the cablegram, nnd sbo read: "Mine purchased; shall take charge temporarily." "Then the money got there In time," she, said, handing him back the tele graphic message. "Oh, yes," said George, with the easy confidence of a man 'who doesn't at ah know what he is tnlk...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 June 1897

MSVM-m-M a v lUtr wwwfc-w pv& - t -i-swaju"enjfliwuv'irr, A.f.-Vt.m -.vs-ii -- W M Be Cj M 1 ..H"..--! iitgiLiiiuJ - njwiyw"U jS The large-it and init complete fig jl Dry goods ASU $ T-T Ui 4N ever bronchi li lleiver ;! IVuutr. Hl "ij-clt win ernrully ip Cfied In meet si Ihr deitiimU of Western fj trade & -, aj&Efeaa'i'ia "patent lVJeeiicme, UP And everything usually kept in a first- -j; ! class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- jg ( to your head that because my store is not is located in a railroad town it is not uu to Ei date in every respect. a- Give me a. call. MS, gj Dk.J. R. LIN LEY, Beaver, Okla. b "J5?! Col W PAINTS ontl CJL5. a In Mils windy country It Is ncccspary 13 point a building in order to pre tervo it. I, have a large nisorlincul, stiitabte for all Linda of work. -, ij paiui a milium-; in wvi m io- S serve it. I, have a largo nisorlincul, 0 stiitnbte for nil Linda of work. No:seiw:ccAA".o.xxyjr'x?avx:vY .9&333S533333333303S33333d33333393333339339393...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 June 1897

iiFiiwffpi'A'wwwii'y A flH BEAVER HERALD. Ut4 Tho Largest Circulation of nnjr Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. OLDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER VOL. XI. BEAVER. BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1897. NO. Aw ! 1 4h A- Tho Santn Fc, Knusas, Monitor teaihes our table this tveek, marked "X." Hero you ate. We deniaud a new jnotio Tor Okla liotua. Labor Omnia Vincit" is not appropriate. Tho very idea of an Okla homan working is preposterous. Tho word "Okluhotiia," translated from tho Choctaw, metns 'Ted people." So soy 6 S. F, Murrow, who was a mis sionary among the Choctaws for many jeare, and who is supposed to know. - Some of our exchanges are still Bcnd iug to this office two copies of their paper, ono to tho Heuai.u and one to tho Soum and West. Save your jiapcrand postage, boy.j, ono will do. Wo never knew what envy was until the extreme hot weather set in. But it is almost too much to seo tho women going around comfortable enough clad in mother hubbards, whilcmun, the p...

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. — 24 June 1897

rjjrvFijr-j? r ,. linn ., ii o f ' fc'S If H RJ E ... - 'M M if n 'tFT'BJU r" The Beaver Herald. TV. I. DKUMMOND, Publisher. : ! heaver, . : : Oklahoma. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiik recent Irish iav in New York netted $700,000. If tho committee-will hold a fow more such alTaks, as a pa per there suggests, they can buy thu green Isle from the. English. Tiik process of photdgraphlng sound waves from the plates, reproducing the original sounds has been, It Is an nounced, successfully carried out by Rev. A. S. Ferguson, a llaptlst mln istcr, now living In Brooklyn. The compilation of statistics of coal production In the United States in lbOfl shows decreases In Kansas and Mis souri. Kansas produced 2,704,801 tons, valued nt$3,i70,032, whllo Missouri had nn outputof 2,3111,553 tons, with n value of 82,518,104; Tiik mombers of the Women's Vege tarian union in London have a now craze. It Is for vegetarian dress. Tliey want vegetable boots, vegetable gloves and vcgctablo gowns. Theybavo de cided t...

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 June 1897

nVIMHiMM ' VflVMHL9flflftHMVaTsTsTsVknHvis'srii vatbms-v-w ssami j fin' jqvr fwi?? jhjw W r " -" j-?-?m r-j"" ttvi" .rn-? i 'IWWJWF r -r"75',Kr tfwfrFf",Hv- My-'p ff'irfTrXUIIjtgli.H I r ;; t3 -1 t' W ! - t ' It ti. & at Li . ESS of the Mine '4r AWsman Ji Utervwnet. '.yRchrrtR! 'tCopyrljht, tSrjj, by Robert "Bar,; 'CHAPTEnXXVI. CG3OTXUED. 'When that necessary operation wns 'concluded Kenyon sort (flown anil "thought over what jotmff tT.onjrworth .hnd toITl him. Ills triumph, after all, 'Iin'tl been short-lived. The choice be tween the. tuo FcoinidrelRwns so Btnnll 'that he felt he didn't enre which of them owned the mine. Meditating upon Jthls disugrccablc subjeot, he suddenly ircniembercd a request 'he had asked 'Wentworth 'to make to the new owner of the mine. He wanted no favor from Melville, bo he wrotn a second letter contradict inp (he request made In the first, and, after posting1 It, returned tc his hotel and went to bed, probably the most tired man in tho city of Ot taw...

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 June 1897

O.JK. a i .-. rft VM iriJ v I i. r IS-irr- It ' vWtS'vd ' Tli Urgent And tontt coaiplotc stock of. Dry good AN I) Clothing T ever brought in Heaver rpl County. 1hl 'ock win j ctrefully selected M meet fe'j the ileum mis of tcitorn ( trade....... A! H, & aRia I DRUGS, STATIONERY, I 2 patent lVjeelicme, jg And everything usually kept in a first- 3 class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- 3 to your head that because my store is not 3 i located in a railroad town it is not up to i sz date in every respect, Give me a call. g g Dk.J.R. linle : Beaver, Okla iUiuawuiiuuiUiUiuauuiii7 PAINTS and OILS. In tills windy country It !s necessary to paint a building in order to pre nerve It. I have n largo assortment, suitable for nil kinds of work. exxxxisa: jasrriOi:2ii:x:xxicxkx:x $ H9t3S3$53233D33D055353a33D32S3:5352532D3J3SDD3D2?3s, I DON'T' SACRIFICE Futuro Comfort for present seeming Economy, but RCV tie Sewing Machine- with on established reputation that guarantees you long and satisfact...

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 July 1897

-TS n BEAVER HERALD K Tho Largest Circulation of nnr Newspaper In West ern Oklnhomn. fins OLDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAtME. V ' zirr. vol. xi; BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY i, 1897. NO. 4. Frank Fuhr, editor of llio Globe, lias been appointed postmaster at Meade. Wo congratulate. At Inst one pop editor has struck a job to his taste. Tom Smith, the New-, kirk pop editor, rcferced a prize fight one night last week. v Governor Barnea made tho following appointments last week: Amos A. Ening, of Kingfisher, coal oil inspector; Frank fll. Thompson, of Pawnee, territorial treasurer; John M. Pugh, of Woodward, bank examiner. An epidemio of hydrophobia has brok. rn out down at Blackburn, Okla., and tho citizens are scared over it. It might he well for tho owners .of dogs all over the country to keep a cioso watch on the brute. T. A. Scales, of Liberal, who was re--coolly appointed receiver of the lund ofitce at ilodgo City, is a good all around man. Though he lives in Kan...

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 July 1897

" - jwf? r Tp- ITt'S' U'4 '" w , ?''' .V I f n l! m it R r ; r f Uf : F: I; ib Tho Beaver Herald. W. I. DItUMMOND, I'ubllsher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. It was reported Hint Blncc April over 10,000 Spanish soldiers in Cuba had died of yellow f over. Tiik chancellor of the university of Georgia recommends the admission of women on terms of full equality with tho men. Ex-Secbktahy Cam.isi.e will llvo In "Washington, maintain a legal resi dence In Kentucky and practice law In Now York and Louisville. Thk .New York police commissioners nt n recent meeting unanimously de cided that the so-called boxing matches in that city should bo stopped. Quken ViCToniA, It is said, will con fer tho decoration of tho new Iloynl Victorian Order on Consuelo, duchess of Marlborough, as a compliment upon American women. The monument erected to tho mem ory of Harry Wright, "the father of baseball," was unveiled In West Laurel Hill cemetery at Philadelphia the other day in the presence of a largo cr...

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 July 1897

f a I v , 8 i r f v ? , CopyrlKht, iSox, by J. B. I. Tlio conductor Tiad eyed Lambert cu liously us he punched his ticket, ilo held It for a moment and edged his lan tern around so that its feeble light could reinforce the glimmer from thei bleared and smoky globe above Xara-' bort's curly head. The train had started from the junction with that quick series of 'back-wrenching jerks which all vet eran travelers remember ns character istic of American railways, before the Introduction of "coupler buffers." It was. a shnbby, old-fashioned train one whose enrs had "seen service," and inot .a little bf it, during the long and event ful nvnr so recently elbsed. It had a 'baggage car behind the wheezy old wood-burner'thatdrew the rickety pro fession out into the dim, starlit aisle (through 'the. eastward forest, and, for 'the first time in a week, that'baggagc car contuined n trunk. It had n "smok er," in Which three or four negroes were soundly sleeping on the worn cushions .at the forwar...

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 July 1897

iWMl IMSMMMMMhMAftll 1 M ill .n, MlHrtllWMilllTtin'luimifil dni.iff.tmi,.! !..- ' ' "I I II , JEiTii n ai. & ' V' 9 pii IV Q ' r,n?i??n I The largest anil most complete B FIUV Ul M 4 "i urv nooas ANT) Clothing it ' ever brought to Beaver lp 1 County. 'Jlil slock was crefu'ly selected in meet g I lie demand of Western fi 8 lrJe S kSl&Sl&&iS I DRUGS, STAHONERY, 1 - patent IVecJtcme f J And everything usually kept in a first- 31 p class Drug Store. Don't get the idea in- 2 f to your head that because my store is not 5 located in a railroad town it is not up to Sci-date in every respect, e: (rivn mn n rnll. kxs g Dr. J. R. LINLEY, z Beaver, Okla. PAINTS and OILS. j ' In thta nlndy country It is ncceiary H to paint n liulIUtng in order to pre j eerie It. 1 have a large assortment, Vj suitable far all kinds of work. h $ctoJCKX;ciora (( LIOFrl SALKiiJUt..-. Jg future Comfort for present seeming Economy, but BUY the Sewing Machine with an established reputation that MarantG?...

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. — 12 August 1897

amnmiamtn rjPjlT7r e sw HERALD THK Tho Largest Clrculntlon ofanj ScnM,aPci' In West 1 A rMiDEST KJLAHOMA i rrn Oklahoma. M newspaper. ! Sfc - - A' fl if5' O o VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1897. NO. 9. u 3,. 'rvfmmtm 4 wwp ww Wif miMpiiiBlDiw . ' ' iiaaw. HHI MB Ml AH naval naaaam ifaawavav 12 m mm It? m H ilsHil ' BX W.J Hrl aWaaBWA tajnH IBBl Ban . a BajBaif ' B I i J..a W&P SBES I IBB Hi && i $ A Georgia, woman lrowuod her four year-old sod recently becauso she ton-, eidcrcd him too ugly to live. Tho Oklahoma City Suuday Globe, by J. J. Burke, is one of the lest of Oklahoma publication. For information as to what President MeKinley and Qovcrnor Haines arc going to do, seo democratic newspapers. Whiskey sells for $ti a pint in the Alaskan gold fields. Scattering this information broadcast will go a long ways toward checking tho rush. If all the fctuIT that has been pub lished in the newspapers in regard to tho marshalship figh...

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. — 12 August 1897

jST -"- w- p TSn' tV Inn W w J? A. t l' The Beaver Herald. W. I. DRUMMOND, PnbUaher. HEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. DuniNO the year ended July 80, 25, 470 mortgages were fllcil nnd only 10, 11 canceled on Ohio farms. Arkansas fruit growers are negotiat ing for n ctai-load of red ants to bo used in killing worms In orchards. Mknnonites of Kansas, Nobraska, Colorado, South Dakota and Oregon arc thinking about forming a colony near Houston, Tex. Thr new standard postal card will Ims a trifle smaller than the card now in use, sd that It can be inclosed in business envelopes of ordinary size. Ituv. Joseph AnnoiT, colored, was nearly choked to death the, other Sun day by mosquitoes swarming into his mouth while praying in Sussex county, Del. The horses of German cavalry regi ments are to bo shod with paper shoes, recent experiments having proved their durability and lightness desir able. Thkiu: is a scarcity of cents in To ronto, OnL, caused by tho 15,000 Ep worth leaguers who wer...

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. — 12 August 1897

IMpWIHIiiMiiyiiiByWjii..ui.M..ijij r-?y wwipy y ' " :s?vM' "' i j-j ' 5T- - M- , 'T-jfjW-; 0 i? a. rv to F a v i V- ' , CAPTAIN CLOSE HIT CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. tCopyrlglrt, 1894, by J. D. Llpplncott Co. XT. Continued. A pa hi "tlie ound of the cheap anil 'despised tin. Lambert recalled it as necessary -concomitant of the street boy and -straw rides nbout tho Christ mas holidays, -and its summons, he thought, was never to prayer; it called for many a lively malediction. "Send Scrgt. Watts, if you think it advisable," said he, briefly. 'Tin going up -on the road a moment.'" Again the blast of the born, -short, -staccato, imperative, and then an im patient, 'querulous voice at tho north end of the porch arolce calling: '"You, Elinori "you wufhless black gadabout! wh' ah you?" And ps Xambcrt scrambled tip the steep path and reached the road an other voice, low, tremulous, eager, close at hand, whispered: "Oh, I thought you'dinevcr comet Hyuht quick! Leave tho anoncy, shuah, and the pall...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
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