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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 12 August 1897

o a h wui'mM - mjimutmum To Ml a -EAST. CHICAGO, ROCK I5LAKO & PACIFIC RAILWAY. The Itock Island H f reinoM, li adeptln nny plan enlrnlnted In lin riive speed dint $o . Hint luxury, surety aim comrnrt mat me poj ntiir palrouacn dtm nils. , lit equipment la thoroughly eoniplite "tilth VMllbuledTrMtia, sst Dining Car Service In The World, rnllman Plrcpcru, Clialr Cnrn, Ml Hie mt elcitant and nf recently Improved pnltom. Its speclnltles nro Fast Time, Courteous Employes, First Class Equipment, and First Class Service GUcn, For full particulars ns to Tickets', Haps, llntc. apply l any Coupon Ticket Act-'iil In tlm United Htntcs, Canada or Mexico, or address John Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. L T."& S, F, fl'Y CO, IOOAT.TIMETDI.K, ilAV.10, IW Kast brand. btalluns Writ bound (Itraddtiwti.) 4,ona m Knglewrnd.. n.:n.iii... ...... hplvcy . (Ilend up.) . 70 p.m. .14.3.1 p. in. . fl.ai it. in. s.nop. in. ( 2,40 p. m. f ....Mnlvniie... .....Wichita ....Newton.. ...Florcnm .. . Kansust'lt...

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. — 19 August 1897

EShlHHimnMJ vy ' .t- TXrK" 'V i. ," ',. a -, EAVER HERALD MfMkJ 'J'ho Largest Circulation ! tub OLDEST of nuy Nnvsnnncr In West rrn Gklnhomn. KLAHOMA J NEWSPAPER. .' Wori XI.- BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897. NO. 10: 3SL t? Sinco Iiis recent nrgutu'cntrvUh recent argument the insurcent troops, General Wcylcr tcsigncd as military ruler of Cuba. If a mau lias enough money to make Clio trip to the Klondyke he don't need to jjo. Better invest it in cattle nod stay in Beaver County. The Agricultural Department has nn ngent in Siberia investigating the grasses which grow on the elevated plateaus, with a view of selecting those which might bo profitably grown on scmiarid America, and giving thim a trial. The Indian ball club, now playing at KansaR City, contains a player who is under sentence' of death. After the games arc playcl thin fellow will return to his tribe to bo shot all to pieces; yet lie plays as jipper as if ho was going homo (0 get married...

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. — 19 August 1897

H i i The Beaver Herald. W. I. DltUMMOXD, Publisher. HEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Ts'nARLT 2,003 employes of an Illinois rolling mill donated one day' wagc to the striking miners. A Kostox merchant refuses to turn 5n a check signed by Mrs. Cleveland 'because he desires to preserve her an. tograph. "There is enough whisky already -manufactured In this country to-day to last the consumers for 12 years to come" says a prominent whisky dealer in Baltimore, Md. The richest and most cxtcnslre bedj of onyx in the world hare been discov ered in Kentucky. Work of develop ing them will begin at once, and thou sands of men will be given employ xnenL The sub-treasury in Boston was re ported flooded with counterfeit cents. The imitations arc so clever that ex perts have to go over a lot two or three times to detect all the spurious pieces. They all come from Boston stores. Vkof. A. W. Btrnxo, appointed, by Gov. Mount to make an in vei ligation Of the hog cholera ravages in Indiana, reported...

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. — 19 August 1897

3X5 m i y-JiitUnwp n.jaaAHaaaBlBBmaaa'l - o S f GflPTflIN CLOSE BV CAPTAIN CIIAIILES KING. ICopjrlfiht, 1894, by J IJ Llpplncott Co. VIII. As hct rushed nrotitul to the toutlicrn ifdp? Ithe old house the side whence lUTHils.1"" uproiip proceeded Lambert :anie suddenly upon twodlmi awnylng figures. The one nenrcst lilm Hint of n man was clutching, throttling, m parcntly, a slighter form In white, a isoninn. The. butt of his revolver ttratghtcncdoutUiedarkflgure with one 'ruck, and then for a moment every thing was darkness and confusion, A 'nmn. held by some acrcninintr female J""- it a. neighboring window, was dropped with a ornsh, The screams subsided to tcurry nnd chatter and Kthloptan jiro testations and furious demands: "You Elinor! you black nJgguh j'ou let me i uut this room instantlyl" Then rush of ' footsteps to the window uguin, and rfxnglc appeals: "Mnmnia ma-nmina! Whut'shappcned? Doansucr?lomake J Kllnor let mo go to you, or Ali'll jump aut this window. Ah'm coniln' now....

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. — 19 August 1897

amuj.nvTnr ib.ibi l 1 EAST, CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY. Tlif ISork Ilan4 is firno.t In a.lojtlrij: miy .'tu laleaU'ct l I ni r rr trH and j-tre tbl later)-, lfty ' rorufirrl thai she c-'l-ulnr a'tiu;r dim bIi I tul i-r.t j tli'in,tlilr unpMe Ha Vrltaliil Tilo, Best Dining Car Service In The World, Vnllman Mif peri), Clislr Car, all the moot t-ant ainlnrrraTttiy Impnit! pstttrns. It IIaIllfrnrp rati rwic, Courteous Employes, First Class Equipment, and First Class Service Gien. m full particulars to Tleketr, Jlr, Hair, apply U any Cvmin Tlclr-t Agent In the United HU(, Canada or Iexlcu, r vtdrcts Jehn Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. A, T, & S. F. R'Y CO. iatTiMnTAni.r,xAr3i, 1C' Kt V.llll. (lUaddiwii.) 4.li la.. . 10.301).. in. ... Htallont .Knj-IrwMxJ ...f-plvey ..Mulvane . ..Wlehlln ... Nrwloii.. ...norrwi. .Kansas f'lty ....ClilcJiffv.. WmtbnnnJ (Until UJM . "," p. m. .11 5 ). til. 8.33 . in, ... 7 .ma. m. . 6.W a. in, ... 4,15 a.m. . in i. nu 1" tit p. ni. I.Kp. 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. — 26 August 1897

"""rfff- -v xpy.'" o O y " HERALD. ",-? Tho Largest Circulation of nnr Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. THE OKLAHOMA ' NEWSPAPER. tf.. 1 VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. Cl NO. 11. V.- . i Ur7w" fWl-WW t V Cattle have certainly recovered from the slump in prices caused by tho threat ened fuiluro of corn in Knusas and Ne braska, and promiso to go higher than ver. An immense crop of com is now assured, and stockcrs and feeders arc soaring clean out of sight "as a conse juencc. - The News and tho Bulletin of Wood ward, though together on souio things, nro on different sides of tho free rango question, tho News claiming Woodward county for tho cowmen aud tho Bulletin tiding with tho grangers. Beaver coun ty onco had a merry argument of this kind going on,, but tho pen was not tho only weapon used' to impress a point on tho memory of tho debaters on either side. But now it is conceded that this great and graod t ounty was out out by tho Almight...

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. — 26 August 1897

W.'yPH-; W -JSSwP'SWP' T" ---, ' u ' ? - r r If. t. t t a The Beaver Herald. W. I. BnCMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Rinck the establishment of a crema tion society In France 80,000 bodies lave been incinerated in Paris. German Immigrants to the United States last year brought a per capita in cash of 848, English immigrants $25, Irish $13 and Italian S3. American corn is wnvted abroad as ell as wheat. The shipments of corn last month exceeded those of July, 18W, by 13,000,000 bushels. The value of the churches and the ntl on which they were erected, Jn Uils country, up to July 1, 1897, was estimated at 5080,000,000. Of this sum 8118,000,000 belong to the Cntholio church. . Tun number of cigarettes manufac turcd last year was somewhat in ex cess of 4,000,000,000, which cost tho consumer about 831,000,000. This year the cigarette smokers are expected to burn up 835,000,000. TDK wheat raisers in tho blue grass region of Kentucky have formed a trust which seems 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. — 26 August 1897

--,v I f'T- "- ''r cf1 r a ' t -MU t? i- ..$ r- '4f, CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN ClIAHLBS KING. ICopjTlfilit, IBM, y J. a Uppincott Co ) IX. CONTINUED. "BurntUs one ot the oaks, at any rate," thought Lambert, as the sergeant ta lowed to sco that all was in proper order. Ham and eggs, "soldier coffee," a can of milk, corn-bread and hardtack, were set before him with pardonable pride and Burns-explained that they bought eggs, milk, and corn-bread of an old Barky who cniue over from the village almost eery -day. Then Lambert bethought him of his captured pall of butter, and brought it from the tent. "This docs not 'belong to mc," he said. "It rolled out from the VTalton hedgdast evening. Do you know who their regular cus tomer is J" "I donX lr. Yet I know McBride and -others sometimes had butter good butter too, like this. The cnptfiln doesn't buy any, and wouldn'tallow the company to buy any there. Xot that ho cared, sir; only the old lady -was so up pish .and made such -a row when any o...

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. — 26 August 1897

- -r,-(- CT &' a 'l Li 'F,',WW' H O , fn it t; -EAST, CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY. The Keek island I IVWmcwl In atlortlnjr ny 'n calculated tn linpnve spml an.l Rive tba- laary, -nlety anil comfort that the p--vi'ar patrnnagn tirra Dili. It qulmnt If. it.iwvujlilT cimpUle with VcMlbit'.cd Train, Bast -Dining Car Service In The World, PuUir-an Merrier, .Chair Cass, all the most eleaanl anilofrrernuy Improved patterns. Itipfc!nltlrar Fast Time, Courteous Employee. First Class Equipment, and First Class Semes Gisen, For mil particular m to Tlciett, Mar, llatr-s, apply to any Coupon Ticket Acrnt In the Uutlwl Btatc, Canada or Mexico, tir uddrrta John Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. A. T. & SF. RY GO. LOCtLTDISiTAIiUe, MAT3J, l2? East h iil. Station West bonml. (Ileal down.) (Itrad up.) 4.0a si KnarleTvcod T,mp.m. laaan.ni plvey . . . .'.t.llp. in. 1 n'. .-Malvano . . . . UU . m. jJIJK'iUl Wichita .. 7.90 a. u. i.n p. tn. ( - " - . i iao JCewton... . 5.W.m. ll.lSp-ni ...

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. — 2 September 1897

wprmyyy?,i:;"i'i'w f"ywi;inyiP'ttHl'w"wl'sy HTf'apBfiWr'' " """ wwwryB'vfywv -' iiiiiiMnjjsy'i npmwiyB"; . j. 'iu BEAVER HERALD. Tho Largest Circulation ofnnr Xcwspajicr In West ern Olilrtlioma. ' j T1IK o LDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. ;-- ' .. VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1897. NO. 12. :rrmwWmmWemaWW'''!'lfi'V,m'''i ' '"W r r San Salvador lias adopted tlio gold Standard. The dispatch didn't stale whether Mark Ilatina had bought that country or not. "Give us, O give us, I he man who pings at hi worV," warhlcs Thomas Can ljle. It is plain lo he seen that Tom ucver worked in a print shop. . All tho normal studeitln of Woodward county died at tho close of normal. At K-a3t we supposo they did, judging from the half column obituary uotice printed in (ho Bulletin last week. The Med ford Patriot should correct that error in tho item about Mark Han na buying tho Ohio Pop convention and paying $110 a head for tho delegates. It wasn't $1)0 .1 head; it 'was...

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. — 2 September 1897

I fc lh i m T ! 1 VS. n it, k' E JL" f? f t fi Ullir. atukmittitt wo mutii- tkut It .TUT. ilflStere won! nlbtltntcttttl in Ulultusi .tlnrinp'thi- po-i! jfcnt IK-Hiinciiiru if? lliiinrlnm. dull., ufptfl TO years, mid 1tts vlfi. nfnitl . -vxv UwitHiiy lllleswtl vv'llk tvtui. .IJutt) I'Titi-uHly; .vutttnaipdllearIl. utur ulV .ww.HvDlUlWmiUnlUuh iMiwmii TJW,WrtJ,Wrt) lllitl IIAtUUOtUUU Ullll Si' "3-otn 2t:mtir i'iKit iimiitt tSiintrtlir jjmjvtllnnm ii nnlli low i wn .hriillHUJc fi.snijilon) ihut 'ilic ftniQicuc 3mjlic art it?innruthnp nii)i"Ucutii)ij AJlia1 allium. f lmiU mill V'Hliuni .Aiiilemun. iff Tllnjlk :nrUT3Utl,v innrt i QWlinfUtvciinnT j'u, 1i ki viiif umlHl uut tlic iniwll jtuw "'iiirfc- aiueht nwiit riiiv.utl ttiiTfit. nniti Ijub iiifc iijijnmuitt 'Xlicditliflamnlbur uulmi wv al. ,R aAnio ut Slit fliiir ulhinuliinw irf cCUlicjinw -TOMS iiiiulu iJJn tiiliur iliyr Vy it in- tt'.ulc llfuuttl u? iiiliummca. flu till rtlicrvwttTcauO Ullc"rtl Mioluirtctlftlti Ilun. (OnCiJinu iiilll...

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. — 2 September 1897

WPt Xf f a II m H L i '? i! V GflPTflIN CLOSE "V CAPTAIN CIIAIILrS KINO. tOopj right, I8M, by J. D. Upplnoott Co. X Comixued. I-nnibort stood speechless one Instant, Then, simply rnisUiir his foragocap, he whirlcH about ami left. The boy was' thlnklui of his on mother when ho tripped so lightly tip that worn old gravel path on Ids wny to Inquire how he could be of mm ice to one whose dignity and sorrow anil Miffering had so impressed him. He hud donned his best, uniform for tho nits tion, and little dreamed how in so do ing he Jind rendered him&elf nmch the. more persona non grata. He, w ho could not wnr upon women ond children un der any circumstances, had not begun to learn how bitterly tho recent war lmd borne upon the women of Uiefioutli, or how, even so long after, they suffered from its effects. He had gone to offer the aid and protection of a loyal heart ml a strong arm, nnd had not rcallrcd that It was the -very lost succor u Walton Mould seek, so long as both heart and ...

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. — 2 September 1897

It i hi ! Te the -EAST. CHICAGO, ROCK ISL&rfD &. PACIFIC RAILWAY. The Keck Itland l f gt t any p'aa na-eala 4 t- ! iil i4 thaitaxarr. -xrf minatwMuAi - " titar rairHafVm a lit - quirts 1 thurvaUy ajta M Vnltba'rd Trains. Best Dining Car Service teas - -In Tho World, j atxTMs milrain sleepers Chair Car. J be ami , Jtu. tie tat aod nf rrcstiy linjTrutr-i tttent. Jt ,rcUlU arc "aet 7"rr Osurttsus Employes. First Clatt Equipment, and Flrtl Class Serrts Citn. For full partleulara to Ticket. Mar. Hales, apply t awy Coupon Ticket A EHH In the United HlatM, Canada or ilriiro, ur tdlrrt John Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. A. T. & S. F. R'Y CO. lKAl.TIJIi:V4BLt-, X1T3), WC' Kat bd. Stallust V'nl Iwrnd (lUadd-wn.) I.oia m Kiiictew'id It.3la.iii .pivey SEES;!- " Z2?:'l WleWW ImmI np.. . . P n. .ltv; j.. in. 5.20 a. in. T.T a. m. 11.10 r in notfw.. ..... 1,11s. m. .'.m Kactaallty. ..9 71 p. in. 93p.m.l it,i-.. Jp. tn. The Kanta Kr liMtf rant lb? Istrtt 1m prmfil tqutpioeat that It kbmn...

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. — 9 September 1897

HERALD. The Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. THK 4 OLDEST KLAIIOMA NEWSPAPER. if Made RlTCRm VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 1897. NO. 13. V u1i ,l 1 '1 r . a ' F 'fr A x ASSESSMENT UAISKS ILLEWAL. Oklahomn Snprcmo Court Kocrscs Judge Tarsnej's Equalisation board Decision. On September 3d tlio tcrntoiial eu prcmo court rendered a decision on tlio territorial tax caacs, which is of interest to every taxpayer. Tlio causes leading up to tbeso cases were as follows. In 1895 tlio Democratic board of equalization raised tlio 28 million nggrc yate assessment of tlio county rolls to $39,272,000. Many taxpayers imme diately sued for, injunctions to restrain treasurers and sheriffs from collecting taxes on tho 35 por cent increase. All tho cases went to tlio supremo court and wore argued in June last year. In tho specifio caso of Wallace vs. Bullcn Judgo Tarsney wrote an opinion sus taining tho board. The decision of last week w...

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. — 9 September 1897

-W T7siWrTTWT'5- "'"-', The Beaver Herald. W. I. DIICMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Srinm.'AUSTS In Jeffersonvllle, lnd., liaTe rented a haunted house as thctr meeting place. SrAIS public debt ls'81.SO0,000,000. Jler Income Is only 8150,000,000. Secre tary Sherman had good grounds foi laying she was bankrupt. Lapt HA.BEKTOX will preside at the congress of women In behalf of ra tional dress at Oxford. Eng., some time this month. AUof the delegates arc tc wear bloomers. Five women have just been enrolled for a three years' course of study In t JTew York collcfe1 for veterinary sur gcons. Their specialty will be thr treatment of dogs, cats and othet household pets. Rkrxard Mooke claims the townslt of Skaguay, Alaska, faring paid thi goTernmcnt S400 for it, he says, ter years ago. In conformity with United States laws, and now thousands of cltl zens in Skaguay are claiming his land because of the gold rush. TnB best previous record for heavy lifting, that of Louis ...

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. — 9 September 1897

I u. Mill u V r GflPTfllN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CIlARLlvR KING. ""lOopjrlgtat, 1834, by J. D. Llpplncott Co. XI. At 1cn 6loel that ilark nnd gloomy Sunday night Mr. Lambert stood In front of his tent, leaning on his sword nmlMlstcnlng In silence to the confer rncc going on between his commander -and the 'civil ofllcers of the law. Close bad come home In high dudgeon, and was, as usual, slow and cautious, but more than usually reluctant and susjil ilous. Fuming over the failure of the mission on which he had started so confidently, believing himself '"tricked ;by the enemy," and now offered ample revenge nnd assured of success through the information tendered him, he never theless faltered. Lambert, returning Tram the round of his sentries, was taken unawares by the sudden question; "This gentleman says the old lady knew just where we had gone and just when we would get back. "Whatdo you think of It?" '"It's a matter I know -nothing about, sir," was the answer, "except that she did r.ay s...

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. — 9 September 1897

, ,(- Trv-'" If ft- iv o lit I m if r m ! -EAST. CHICAGO, noci: island & pacific RAILWAY. The Hock Island la fiTCtnoxt In adoptlns any pltn cnleolatrd lt Imprnsi spfrd and ! thai luxury, -afcty ami comfort thai the pi tilnr patrtmaireilrm nds ltenpilrniiiil lathonraglily emiplite lth "VrMlbillcdTriln. Best Dining Car Service In Tho World, Pullaan & terpen. Chair rr. nil the mwl a-leuam anil of recently Implored ratttrut. Ha specialties are Fast Time, Courteous Employ's. First Class Equipment, and First Class Servke Giton. Tor full particulars to Ticket. JIar. Hite, ppl"'0 any Coupon Ticket A Kent In lite United mates, Canada or Mexico, ir ndJrcst John Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. A. T. & S1 F. R'Y CO. lXC.LTIMnTALr,MAY30, 137- Kat U-nnil. Stations V-Vst hound (ItesddiwnJ (Itt-nd op.) I.Wi ro nngtewrod. 70 p.ni. .. .li.alp.in. .. m. .. . ;.90a.m. ... . 3 20 a.m. .. 1,1s a. m. . . P $4 p. m. p:fsp.m. 6 0Jp.li. la JO a. in i.tfcp. in. s.Wp. ra. .i-plvey f...:.. .Maltane . a...

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. — 16 September 1897

r?r TIio Largest ClronlMlnn ornnjr XcTSinixr In West ern OMnhoiun. Tin: OLDEST KLAEOMA tlEWSPAPER. , Ol V r r m m if; T : i I -rM"i ii ' J w nwiafiuiu mirtwhuw VOL. XI. ADVISE!) TO COLMlCr THE KAISE. The Attorney Gwtrrnl Holds tlio Sn Jircmo Court DecMou of No Effect. Attorney General Cuuniughatu lias declared that llic rcccut decision of die Buprcmo court denying tlio right of the territorial board of equalization to ins crease tho total of tho aascssed valuation of the territory was of no effect. This 6tateinct)t was made in answer to a letter from Jcsso J. Dunn, prosecuting attor ney of Woods county, who asked whether ho should collect tho -15 per cent raiso in Woods" county. Tho attorney general earn: "You are advised to proceed with the collection of your taxes without refer ence to thoso decisions. Motions for a now trial have been made in each of tho cases which were passed upon by tho su preiuo court, and they now occupy the name position :w tho case of Wallaco vs. Jul!co. w...

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. — 16 September 1897

ft' The Bearer Herald. W. I. DnUMMO.ND, PnblUher. BEAVER, : : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tim svochronograph JuU tested in England sends 4,000 words a minute, bjr tvire. Ir faas taken 90 year to reduce the record of the pacing mile from three yaintites to tvro minute. Oar. creamery near St. Albans, Vt, converts the milk of 12,000 com into 10,000 pound of butter daily. TnE gambling carried on in the slot machines of Chicago is aaid to cost 1 their customers 1,000,000 a year, of J which only one-fourth is returned in I prizes. A rake off of S3 in $4 goes to the gamblers. Yocso Oodex Goblet, of Xetr York, "by the recent death of his father, be comes the richest lad of his years in America. At 30 Young Goelet finds himself in possession of a fortune es timated at 500,000,000. r.r.ror.r. the season ends there will "be 10,000 people in the Klondike coun try, and one good road there would hare sared them 500 each in the cost of travel and supplies. This makes $0,000,000, and it is a low esti...

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. — 16 September 1897

-twr-7f 4-xjvYTrt?f:rT"t?' ."f'fT3"' 1' TP 1 "HSJI ' 0&& ij!'wSipp$ "SW r 'i Y r 1H 4 h ii f i. ' . CAPTAIN CLOSE BV CAPTAIN CIIAni.ES KINO. ICopyrlght, 1694, by J. D. LIppUicott Co. xir. The Christmas holidays were coming en at Walton Hall, where, Bore stricken, Hb mistress lay hovering between life nd death. Two weeks had passed since the eventful night of the arrests, and, though no chnnpo had come over the landscape, and days of sunshine were few and far between, some odd altera tions had taken "place in and around the old homestead. Of these the most remarkable was the appearance three times a day of a young olllcer in Yankee uniform at the family board a young afflcer who often prolonged his visit ontll late In the evening. Mr. Isaac Newton Lambert, though occupying his tent In camp.'had become otherwise nn .umatc of the Walton establishment, for; unkaown to the beloved invalid, her daughters were actually -"taking boarders." Another 'boarder, who had come and imoved a...

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