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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 16 September 1897

tx3gm"mjaBLjfjijtLnjui3v ' tr tS I I i s K n m ! EAST, CHICAGO, ROCX ISLAND & PACIFIC HAILWAY. Tre Kock Inland l fnremo-t In adopUns any i!ia calculated lo lnipr"Te prl aiM aire thiit laxary, .rly nd comfort that Ihe p.j ulr ''nngriirra nU. liaiqulfnvnt In thoruuj-hly mplile with Yeittbuiwl Train". Best Dining Car Service In The World, Pullman stetprr. Chair Car, all the most elegant and of recently Improred patterns. ItaspecUUiekiire Fast Time, Courteous Employes, First Class Equipment, and First Class Service Oien, For mil particulars to Ticket. Maps, lutes apply to any Coupon Ticket Agent In Ihe Uulted Stales. Canada or Mexico, tir ndlrraa John Sebastian, G. P.A., Chicago. A. T. & S F. IVY CO. LOCAL T1XK TABLr, MAT SJ, Wt' Eat trt-and. Bta'.iunt Vnt bonnd (Head d.wu.) (Read niu) 4.0-ia m. 10.Oa.in. ... ..Engleweod . tplver ....yinlrane.. YfleblU .. 7,M p. m. .lt.Si p. in. . s.SSa. m. .. 7.30 a.m. J.IOp. m. J S.Mp.n. 91.30 P. Ql e si p.m. J ??P-"... Newton jo i. m, . 4.30 ...

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. — 23 September 1897

sr-r &&$? BEAVER n Tho Largest Clrcnlotlou of any Newspaper in West cm Oklahoma. HLnALUi Tim OLDEST 0 KJLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, J897. NO. 15 iry V V r ' 1 fl SCIIOOL LAND LEASES. Guthrie, Sept. 17. Tho school land leasing board, comprising tho Governor, Secretary and Superintendent of Public Schools, at their regular meeting took p the question of tho failure of tho cat tlemen holding lands in Oklulioma west of range 14, west, to leaso tho school landa aa they agreed in order to induco the Inst legislature to pass tho law mak tog all Oklahoma lying west of that lino free range. The board, after full consideration of the matter, ordered tho Attorney Gen eral to forthwith proceed ngainst every person violating the provisions of the law, and cither collect tho rentals for lands used during current year, 1897, from each person who has occupied them, or enforco tho penalty against him. Ac cordingly Attorney General...

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. — 23 September 1897

(STO, p o m m f Ik The Bearer Herald. W. I. DRCMMO.fD, PakHibfr. EEATEK, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A TnsTKsax farr. worth SlOJ was rtorstly iotight asd paid for entirely -with ejri Trz oly iiwti left behind by an ab tec&iizg bank cashier la UHaoU ex plained his theft. They oosit-Uled of 5 espty whislcy botile. A -turn of SS ata and wooes it. tlcnUm lTecrgaalxed a clob to abolish zsarriage, and point to Shelley, George acd asd otien as their apostles. Tee fire Iomo in the Cnfd SUte J thU year op to Acgurt 1 were JTL02L- 7flL arainjt t,VA,OVi Ja the xat&e f --. .--- -. tide of the ledger. Ttrtrnuurrx&GEXKXXL Cajet recently remarked, doriotr a risit to Xew York, "I aci satlssed that postal tar lng banks will be one of the feature of this adainistratioa if we can inao fftarate the ytecj.'T Tbk eoantrr is not mocb excited otct the reported dlscoTery of 0.CO3. 0 toss of iron one in Minnesota, Irold W is stiU the magnet of the haman race, ? thongb they know foil well that iron ...

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. — 23 September 1897

V r .! 7 E t CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CUAIILKS KINO. ICopyriRlu, UK4. by J n Uppliicott Co J XIII. Confined to her bed and room as -vrna Madam AVallon. und only vnpucly itllve lo vv lint might be going on d,o house hold f or there were dnys when she lay dull und apathetic, jet mercifully spared from suffering It vvns lather's duty nnd fondest eare to minister to her'mothcr's needs even at a time -vv hen her heart was torn with anxiety on ac count of her husband, now a prisoner In -the hands of the United States mar shal (it the capital, And of her brother, who. under the orders of the general In 'command of the department, hud boon iont under guard to New Orleans, there 'to nvvnlt his trial by court-martial for it he prime of desertion. The visits of the old family physician were frequent, for the invalid had had tooTiiuch to suf fer and seemed incapable of further struggle. 1'loyd was twice permitted to vli.lt his mother during the two dnjs that elapsed before telegraphic orders am...

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. — 23 September 1897

is- !. Br,- 1' Hi -EAST, CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC nfliLwnY. Tie Kfc Itis I f t-b-. f t&at Usury, rmtttr tm mmftt tfcaa thr tut elar pwtmtft Aria H fit qcriFrt t Mnp;Mr l te wk Teaiibaled Trjli. Qest Dining Car Service In The World, J'ullrasa kyr, QsJr Cars. ti znort tdtul M.tS nf rtur lizjprorrd pttterci. IU rtcisitte an Fatt Tims, Ccuriteut Empleet. First Ofait Equipment, and Flrti Clatt Serrice Gt'sta. Fee fa jrtlwaara to TV-U. Mar,, juts. pjr to tflyOoojoa Tetv Att la (14- Ocilrf Stabrs. CsJisJa r Xeilc. r tS2res John Sebastian, C. P. A., Chicago. ?. & S. F. R'Y CO. 1X&A1. TIXZ. TASLX. XAT 3, 1SK EutWL HtiUou Wt fcmrtMt. (KeaSavmsJ (lie SfU 7jfi p, ts. -Sa. to. . T-SA.ra. .!. n. ....EojtfrtTtxrf lS.39a.ui. . 1-Sp.a 1 -STT JJalrane vnzttit Vwtj . . p. ta. ?urXt.a.i Ifit p- tn. Rt3 i.Io. Kzut City. ..Oiap .. lVMp.au. CMp.cs. CI a. to. TJW Slot r Eri rsct tbe lttt Is jtwM r?iljnttl.Ul klJBU.OOlU !' nffr Trust. Corna Tiekts 14 V H yJLalx. txA Ej jsr (VtUi t Jrft...

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. — 30 September 1897

"swwjF Tho Largest Clnmlnllon of nny Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. THK Ukjadoma newspaper 4 VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1897. NO. 16. -vw i i v fc 4 Great Dritoin'o wheat yield this 6cason is put nt 00,000,000 bushel, ngaitibt 03,000,000 bushels last year. The price of salt, in common with other things, has advanced, and Kansas, which is now first unions tho talt pro ducing slates of the Union, rejoices greatly thereat. m A million and a half pounds of mess beef for use by tho Japanese army nud navy is being prepared in Kansas City by the Armour l'aeking Company, The shipment is the luigest tingle beef order ever filled by a Kansas City pack ing bouse. "Because it is my deliberate judgment that the prosperity of America is mainly due to its syscem of proteetivo laws, I urge that Germany lias now reach jd the point where it is necessary to imitate tho tariff system of tho United States," Bismarck. Thcro is a leport abroad that Ed. Little ...

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. — 30 September 1897

nft" 7wyr"'"T'w-W' ' '"SI 1""'' " The Beaver Herald. "W. J. DRUMMOXD, 1'nblitber. UEAVEB, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Chicago ha a record of 4S7 suicides for the past eight months. Tnis Klondike Ntrwn, published In Dawson City. Alaska, sell for " eenU a copj. In gold. Mu loche White, of the Indian territory. Is trying to prore her claim to the throne of Sweden, as a lineal decendent of Gnstarns Adolphos, and ousting the rej.rfev&latHe of the ISernadotte dynaMr from that emi nence. Kddt, the kite man, who has for J some time been making sky photo- graphs of the capltol and other public ' buildings in Washington, says he has nerfeeted a derice br which aerial rita- toope ptctsre of cities street scenes j And landscapes may be taken. Toe most strikiug trade effect of cheaper sllter has been the astonish ing Increase In the variety of articles made of the metal. The making of plated ware, which in former years was sneb a flourishing industry, has been greatly crippled. The genuine ar...

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. — 30 September 1897

Q? V f -My rt.r BflPTfllN GLOSE nV CAPTAIN CHAHLKS KINO, ICopjriRht, 1S91, by B. B, IApplncott Co. XI II. Continued. "You could, easily, but you don't wnnt lo, or you would have given in.c my enp long npo." "Oh I" nnd flic jaunty kcpl went tplnnlng Into the darkness of the night, nd the HtVle lady stnuipcd In fury at licr own blunder. "Take your cap, nnd So." "Wc-ll," snld Xninbert, with provok ing coolness "If I'm to follow my cup it hasn't Rone towards camp nt all. It teems excuse mfe If 1 come back for u light It seems to have dropped close to lhat old urbor of jour among the rose hughes, where you sit in the summer moonlit evening. Suppose we leave It as an excuse for me to drop around next time joit go there." Hut now bIiu seized -a candle nnd went bounding down the steps. A moment's search among the bushes, nnd hc found it also him, for he calmly followed. "There's your cap," she said, '"and yiiwnduh's the gate!" Ho looked lip in affected pain -and nstonlbhment. "Whv, Miss Kat...

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. — 30 September 1897

lli 4ti TiJt.Mm'" To " EAST. CHICAGO, ROCK ICLAKD & PACIFIC RAILWAY. The Hock lalatnl It f nmH Ii adopting any p an cnlcnla'i.l lo Impr it aprnl aiwl jrlvc th laxnry, wiety am! foinforl that Ihr ip ii .ir patrtwagetltm mis IU qulitn'tit la tlmrunshly impute with YiilitiitlTln, Bc3t Dining Cor Scrvico In Tho World, Pullman r.lefrwr. Chair Car., nil the m! cWmt and or recently Improved patterns. IU rclallle.iiir Fast Time, Courteous Employes, first Class Equipment, and First Class Service Oien. Kor full prtl"nlara ns to Ticket, Hare, Hate, apply t' any Coupon Tlrkrl A tent In the Unltwl Mates, Canada or .Mexico, or lullrcaa John Sobaslian, G. P.A., Chicago. A. T. & 8 P. R'Y CO. JMOXU TIMT. TAULT, mr 3), llOT Jta.t b-ittl. Hlationa Weit hound (Keadd -WH.) (lli-nd up.) 4.ma in. M.'jim. in. .. - IOi. til. ) s, Pi p.m. ( i 3) p. in l M i p. in. tt S5 p. III. ( Mill p. Ill ( ll.l.'. p-ni niH.m. 11.-11 p. III. I li.3 a, in. ...Knxl'wroj.. . 7,'op.m. Kplvuy . .It 11 p. in. . ..Multat...

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. — 7 October 1897

JIIWA iltuu nilP W v ? f.-f i. iJ ,TS? "T"riWTK,f -J ' U RALD. ,;, i.'jw TIIR Tho Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In West ern Oklnhor.in. . ELDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER; VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897. NO. 171 afieMssHHV HE V , if & Ingalls on Ilrrnu. Bryan spoko at Atchison recently, and Jolin J. Ingalls, tIio heard the hj)cceh, wrote it up for tho Mail and Breeze. We tako eonio extracts from Ingalls' observations: "Mr. Bryan has n strong, sturdy rul ing presonco and his manner on the platform hero was eaiy, odlinnd and colloquial, without much energy, and no attempt at what is commonly called elo quence. Ho let off no firo works nor sky-scrapers. Ho had no studied sen tences, nor any flights nor phrases that had been composed. His few ges tures were monotonous and mechanical like tho motions of a laborer at (he bench or tho forgo. There was neither peroration nor exodium nor climax in liis address, no coherence in his thoughts no...

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. — 7 October 1897

PW' aJftwflQrig' jpKPMpifcj .1 -. flrtr " W i U The Beaver Herald. "W. I. DHUM3IO.VD, PnblUtiw. BRAVER, : s OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A Chicago nan lived for 19 years on Leer alone. Raixdow colored ahocn arc announced as the corning fad for the uprinjj of 1893. Titr. treasury department cat! ma ten that the population of the United State la increasing 2,000,000 a year. A 5Anwjr fratiffe railroad over White pawi, near .Skajjaay, i promised by .May i. i nlle It w:u not corer many miles, it will greatly reduce the toll and hardships of a trip to the Klon dike. Tub New York prohTbitlonUt hate introduced Map Into the'r campaign, giTlng away cakes of it at all their meetings. Kach cake is wrapped in a circular which contains the platform or the party and other points. hour. Chinese were recently captured Hear thilzura, CaL, while crossing the border from Mexico into the United K tales. It Ik aald that the wily heath ens take advantage of the deportation lair to fcccure a trip home to Chin...

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. — 7 October 1897

PKBjW -"3wr - . WW9WM(iW' " T'.-ffp ' " ;pfpipw o a r '-i4f I '.,9, n 4 A & tj ! ?1 al J 4i l t f, 7 H !. . ' OTB1N CLOSE HV'CAITAIN CIIAHLKS KING. llCopyright, 1894. by J. H. Llpplncott Co) XV. Those were tins days which but Torc- . ihadowed the letlre do cachet episodes of tho winter of 1870-71. Never anor- uamental, never a social, and often h inbarrassing fenture of garrison life, tho first lieutenant of Compnny G hnd been laboring under the further disad vantage of a six months' nbsence from the post of the regimental colors. There wore many to speak against and none to speak for him. Ills singular habits mid characteristics, the rumors in cir culation with regard to his "saving" propensities when on bureau duty, and the queer "yarns' In circulation us to his disposition of the property of the jlll cers who had died on his hands dur ing the fever epidemic, had nil received additional impetus from the publica tion In northern papers of the I'armeleo Eido of the Tugaloo stori...

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. — 7 October 1897

h mm". irxrtrmmrm To iEAST, CHICAGO, nscK isi-axD & pacific Tb IfcA MM h r " tHg Hf 4H attea" V hT - tka femur, etr a saf t IK im ufrr urjsnriw Ji iati nl tkoruaflily 9iwtttmUk VMtttjSMd TfjrfMf . Gcst Dlnln'u Cnr Gorvico In Tho World, lHtiMt)i Merffra. Ox' "" "" " i-miI frf f rf-nliy linjirott j"- IUtH !".(! OaurLcou Employ et. fir$t OfMt Equipment. tntl Flr$t Oltun 8erri$t Qlnn. Vor IWI prnttiolara m Tlrtrl, Mejt, llattx, Fr'y I" any crw TxrW Ant hi IS Hound SMbIm, Canada "t k, or John Sa'aazttan, G. P. IX., Chicago. "A, T, & "8. F. R'T CO. "" i,itur. TiMr.TAnr.il, may , luff- Jfa ti-wil. HiailOM Vft JKmwl (lfi-a'ld"WHj t la m HnjftfWWHt Jm. ii aplvey .. .l((i. lit. lliilKum li.lft 1 .U'laMta Yli.j.r vtiewfn U , III, NVwtin ,IArlri ...I'lniflte (Hmd Up. 7.W . m. l-J.-'ttl". in. KM h, in. . 7.3 a.m. fi.iVa. til, ,. m. tl 3 , III, l'f p. Ill, fl 01 l. III, I) huh, in.. . , ntnm. l.ll Il. . III. I H,Un,in. ChlniK" Tin Hunts I'n Itntitn I Him lk lnltt lm jritMl tiiiuniriit llu...

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. — 14 October 1897

fm Tho Largest Circulation ofnnr Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. T1H5 o IDEST KLAHOMA HEWSPAFER. v. a ! 1.M.W B'l-U. UH tmJULU!! mnn.nM3Mixa9mjmnMxmMMMVtBniiimr&'itM.mhM0wi, VOL. XL .T9 BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1897. NO. 18; t I s )h v - u. h 3? V Commissioners' Proceedings. llRAVKll, OKLA., Oct. I, 18OT. The Hoard fjf County Commissioners met In Vegular session at tba oft'.co of lliccotuiiy clerk. All H10 111 cm In is present, llonurd In the chair. Op motlou i.r Wilson, seconded by Untilop, 'the following bll s were allowed as bounties on wolf anil cojote rcalps: Knrl VTllson t coyoto ... SM Ilou Ilogiie 9 coyote ., , i Itobt Maple. 3 wolf ti Joliti Moreland, i coyote a A It Barrett, I coyote z Wm Maker, 1 coyulo 50 J LMttcalr, 23 coyoto U 60 f rank Maple, 5 5 jo WlliloEvaus, 1 coyote "VVm Dick, 2 coyote E It Coffey, Scyoto W T llirkcrjon, 13 coyoto, S wolf.. It 11 Goodulo, 2 coyoto J J Hurnutt.xZ coyote... , II BGant, Ucoyoic It Wyatt, 2...

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. — 14 October 1897

i. -; . am; ? I B-! fl f m I if Tlio Beaver Herald. W. I. DltUMMOND, 1'ubllsber. HEAVER, : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tin. CiiKDr, of Dresden, soys that lio lms discovered n great antiseptic for treating wounds lit Holublo metallic kilver. -IIonsKl.iws vabs are now bo common In New Vork thnt they no longer ex cite comment. They nre noinclcvt, easily controlled, have good speed and uro well patfonlzcd. A stjia.noi: scene was enacted nt Forest 1 1 111 cemetery, Itoston, n short time ngo, when the mortal remains of the late Charles Fairbanks were re duced to ashes by cremation, and those nshes scattered to tho winds, accord' ing to tho will of the deceased. Tim remarkable number of fatalities nmong railway mail clerks In recent wrecks calls attention to the extreme hazards taken by those public serv ants. It is claimed by those who have taken some pains to gather statistics that Iho death rate is greater In pro portion to numbers than in actual warfare. Ctovr.n sickness, n common diseas...

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. — 14 October 1897

JS- c? -C V r . V A. -r f, i". ft 4 CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CUAIILKS K1NU. ICopyrlflht, 1801, by J. II. Lipptncott Ca XVI. Continued. Then, wlicn Mny cntnr. roiuul unci Jjnnbcrt naked for thrvc ilnys leiite. Elinor luiimncil and linwed nml looked ut his staff ofllcer nml thirdly requested thnt It lo submitted to writing; and "It" ennio back with n curt Indorse ment to the effect thnt Lieut. Lambert would bo expected hcrenfter to show more Interest In matters connected with his rrg-imcntul duties; tlio appli cation wns disapproved. All this time ho had written et cry few weeks to Close, and got a very nice let ter in reply, written by a young fel low who announced himself as the cap tain'R brother, Wallace. The captain was getting better very much better but the eye doctor's bill wns a big one, find lie thought the government ought to pay it. He hnd bought sonic land up there six years before, and, what with Hchools and ronds and bridges, the taxes were awful. What he wouldn't mind ...

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. — 14 October 1897

iw ; f 14, t. u iyijwffjmxwt'WLMM"'""'''M,lwgJyr'J To 'h EAST. CHICAGO, HOCEt ISLAND & PAC!FIC RAILWAY. Tlio Hock Island In fort-mo-l l'i adoptlne cny plan cnlctilalod lo linpri.v lwd and glo th nt luxury, Milcty ami rumrnrl thol llie ) 'I' ll ur rialitiiiaEe dcm !. IlRMiulrnnntlaUiurutulilr eimpMo with Yotllliutftl rr.vln. Occt Dining Car Sorvlco In Tha World, I'ullmaii MrcprM, Chair (', all tlio must okic.nl ami of recently Improved pnttcnu. Ita njKclnllldM nro Fast Time, Courteous Employes. First Class Equipment, and First Class Qervite Gi.vn. Tor full piitl"iilar n to Tlclntr, Mar. Hate", npply In any Coupon TIcUl AriiiiI In the United States, Canada or Mexico, or nddrcss John Sebastian, G. P.A., a Chicsfjo. A. T. & & F. R'Y CO, J.OOAI.T!15TAIll.n,MAV3n, 17 1'ahI In unil. motions Westbound (Ht'Oil lllWII.) (IttSld up.) 4 ruin m.. .. lo nu. in .'.(op. in. ( S,4U. ni. J" :t so ii. in l .ttliftawcoi.. ....bpivvy .. . ..Mulvaliu. Wichita ....New toil.. , 7,H) p. in. .11....

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. — 21 October 1897

TffifrjpapaA t m jiF nftjjp mi I BEAVER HERALD. Tlio Largest CIrcnIntlon of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. TIIK .OLDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1897. NO. 19. awXoi r - ft I Jerry 8impson offcra lo wsger hi reputation ns a prophet and statesman that we will have tlio worst panic aud (he hardest times iosido of eir months that the country ever experienced. We believe that is the smallest amount ever offered on a bet. Perhaps it's nouo of our business, but we would like to know why the dctno pops will not- let Mr. Bryan speak in any of llieetate when1 important elec tions are to bo held next moath? We should dislike to be credited with tlestro to rub it in on the brethren, says tho Topeka Capital, bu it, seems to bo necessary to call attention to the' fact that no bonds have -yet boon issued by the McKinley administration. It is possible that the question whether the territorial board of equalisation has a right ...

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. — 21 October 1897

:.:, ...ggg it m Wh The Beaver Herald. TV. I. DnUMMOXI), Publisher. BEAVER, : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Fl.olilUA has succeeded so well In raising tlic Havana quulltlo. of tobacco tliat u state tobacco fiilr will be held tit Lake City during tin; latter rml of this month. ISosto.v hasdcclarcd waron the treat ing system. A pnrty of prominent men met at a hotel to form n club whose most prominent by-law Is a pro vision which absolutely forbids any member to pay for another's drinks. A iu.i.ay of six thoroughbred horses the other day raced five miles on tho Tioga bicycle track at Philadelphia ngainst four crack bicyclists and the horses won In 9 minutes and fri seconds, with the wheelmen only live yards be hind. Tub bail men of tho west, tins New York Herald says, will shortly havo an additional moans of being bad. A pistol carrying eight shots will soon be placed upon the market, and it Is said to be so perfect in every detail of workmanship that It u 111 become thu acknowledged gun....

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. — 21 October 1897

It. f V fir 41 4 t ., m mm mi In '. aft ? !& I ' - jT fUa, CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KINO. ICopyright, t8M, by J. a Llpplnoott Co XVII. Co.NTINCEII. Hut the sergeant dared not take the responsibility of disregarding1 hi in- Miuctlons and was wiser than Lum lcrt in the wiles of Indian vvarfjic. "I'd go myself gladly, lieutenant," he -cid, "but orders are orders, nnd a party of four or five would ic surrounded and cut otT and tuusscicrcd before jou fuiily rmliml lliat an Indian was, near ou." Then Lambert hud appealed to the Tcmuis, mid the captain lind ic plied as above; and then, just w lien lie wne giving up in despair, a hergennt mid two men, dust-covered and with )ioio8 in a lather of foam, rode fuii ously in from tlie Waco trnll. "Is it true?" cried the sergeant, ns h; saw the unusual gathering at camp. "'We met a feller liulf-vvny over to Pro os riding like hell, wnrnlng folks the Indians were to the north, and he said they had jumped the stage this side of Cliente. ...

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