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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 21 October 1897

fl 0 10 11 12 1:1 14 IS Id 17 18 1 20 21 published Erniv Thursday. Ofllclal County Papor. W. I. imUMMOND. Publhlirr. I. S. nml W. I. lUtUMMOM), Editor. Entered n( omullice nl Heater 0. T. as second cIh!8 msller April 12, ISO.). jKttS - - - - fl.OO I'EU YEAH. AtiricnTialNO hates made known on ap plication, TAX SALE XOTICK. Nntici in her by nlven lhat I mill Oder for lo nt public niictUn nl my ulllec In Hcnvcr, llrnTir comity, Oklahoma Tent ory, on Not- 21 I 3 I r (i ii 10 n 12 1:1 u tmber l"lh I'WT, and Bell o muili of each tnirt if laud or town lutt below ilrmrllxd as may be nrc nsry lo pt-y the Imxi-a and chargts then mi lor the years linJ IKU: rniTliletl ncli taxes and cliari-p me not paid by the at ol the n!e. Hald sale will Im Hoiillnni'd fivrn day tu day until all anch property Is sold J. 0. WlLLIAMHIIf, County 'I naturrr. 1IKAVKU CITY. is K 17 18 8(5. 1 o !!.'!!.' .' i ii'.!!'.!! ! 7 8 0 10 Lot. Block Amu I tat. luock. Ami. 1... O 1... 20 '1 22 1. j t a a a ! t 1 " a a a a :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. — 28 October 1897

pw5?pp r I 0 if v t .THIU -& Tho Largest Circulation of nnjr iNcwspapcr inM'cst cm Oklahoma. kt(t - I. v r'r rMjT)lM ' X t w r. r 'VKAIlOftJA; rJ HEW! 5PAPEJ: - aE&-5 Jtv A 3 a VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1897. i ?f :,-., . , NO. 26. JC BEAVER HERALD. jijSvJKF (&&!? .0 V y L Tho Oklahoma Press Association will meet at Ilenuesscy oa November 115 and 17. The pio hunters in eastern Oklahoma aro still going hungry, and tho marshal ship fight, is still on, with nobody io tho lead. McKinlcy has turned a deaf car to tho daily petition to "hurry up," and has gono homo to Ohio to voto. Ks'Governor Scay says: "I'm not in politics now; I'm just a plain farmer, but occasionally I go down town after toy mail, and ttouuco (ho boys for mak ing such fools of themselves." Tho old man knows a good thing when ho sees it, and tho farmer bring at tho top of the heap now, ho is just a "plain farmer." The election in Kansas this year is unimpor...

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. — 28 October 1897

The Beaver Herald. IV. I. DnCMMOND, Publisher. HEAVER, j : OKLAHOMA, - ' CURRENT COMMENT. Accoiidi.no to estimates, tho New York mayoralty cnmpalgu will cost 51,000,000. A Ias)aciiubf.tth man, 7'J years old, was recently sent for two years to tliu penitentiary for stealing three hens. It is stated that the entire debt of Iowa will bo pnid off within a year, and that the levy for 1890 will bo re duced to 'ii mills or less. Vkoetama.ns nt London recently celebrated the jubilee of the first founded society to advanco tho crusade against the consumption of meat. Up to within n few days ago there lind been -ton suicides In New York and Itrooklyn since tho beginning of the year, of whom 3'iS were men and 105 women. TllK pollution of tho streams from which large cities obtain their water supply by the offal of cities is a matter to which tho attention of congress will Mxm be directed. Tiikkk were 5MI casualties In tho railway mall service during tho past year in which 10 clerks lost their ...

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. — 28 October 1897

zx. o i V ta it ih V 4 l 1 0 .? J. CAPTAIN CLOSE IIV CAPTAIN CHARLES KINK. ICopyrteht, 1891, by J. B. Ltpplncott Co. XVllt. Continued. l'lojtl Wnlton, though In civilian ilrtwi, hnil promptly sprung to Ills, feet to rfnltitc tlicin, but they recognizor lilm instantly and hcurtlly shook his hnr.tl (Hid congratulated lilm on lilsic iwory nnd on the honors lie hud won. And then it transpired that he, too, hnd come to see If he eonld lie of wrv iec to Mrs. Sweet, and Waring suddenly IwtlioiiRht. him of n story he hnd heard about the Quitman dny. A fellow of Infinite tnet was Waring1 when lie chose 1o be, and, nftor n few words of cordial Electing to the fair passengers, he winked nt his comrade, the nldc dc i-.nup, as he snld he must hasten buck to battery duty. And bo, ccn when the sergeant, would have defer entially fallen to the rear, It was that distinguished non-commissioned olll ter who gnvc liis arm to the younger qf the two Indies In response to War lug's cnlni "Mr. Wnlton will ...

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. — 28 October 1897

. ) ! I J? iff afikaucr JjjjcraM, PUBLISH!'.!) KrEIlV TIIUIISDAY. OHlclnl County Pnpor. IV. I. liKUMMOXl), Publisher. l.S. ami W. I. llltUaniOND, LMItori, Kritcrnl at posiollice Hi Denver (). T. M second cIiim mnllrr April 12, 1S93, 1-KK3 1 7""$l 00 I'KU YKAH. adtfutuino vtm wade known on application. TAXSAl.i: NOTICE. Nollci lulicr bvilvt-n tliat I will o(Tcr for n 'lc fit public mi'tlrm Ht my nfflco 111 Ui'iivcr, llnvri county, Ok aliomnTtril ory, on Nov imlicr l'llli IW7, ninl sell (oimnlinf enrh trnct i f land or town lutt below iIoktIImiI as may lie neo'wary lo my tlio loxrt anil diargia tlirnon lortliojcari 11. rnil I(Ci: I'nnlilctl ucli taxm ami cliarvro me not pnM b" t!ic a oi llii' e.i:t-. f krIi will lid wiiillnned r.emilny today mill allptirtiprnpeity laauld J. C. Wll.t.lAMHOX. County Irramrer. iii:avku citv. Lot. lllock" Auit. 1 2 1.... 1 2 .. 4 ... 1 1..W. ii!!!!! 4 5 8 0 8.. J-.-o-i!!!!!! !! 4 10 i!!!!!! ii i !!!!! ii .j n : is" liiiiii ii a J 13" 1 ifiiiiii.: i 2 liii...

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. — 4 November 1897

BEAVER Tho Lnr&pst Clrcnlotlon of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. HERALD. Si 4. M TUB oldest KLAIIOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XI. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Euccno Grovcs's cattle broko Into hi fivld the other morning and ato somo of ine second growth Kaffir. They were in the field only about twenty minutes, but 000 cow died from tho cfTuctti, and anotltTT was only saved by promptly "stabbing" her to let tho gas out of her stomach. Nearly all that ate ol the stuff were very sick for awhilo. Mn. Coonskin, tho sextuple polyand ristofthe neighboring Indian village, exhibited her sixth husband in this town jeatcrday. Coonskin stepped haughtily around, arrayed in a seven-colored blanket, thirteen inches long glittering tinfoil chains dangled from bis cars, while bis two foot high straw hat was adorned with gaily colored goose tail feathers. Cushing Herald. It sounds a little queer to hear of ter rible storms all around us, wbilo wo aro enjoying tbe finest kind of weather, But we seldom have very ...

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. — 4 November 1897

? M I I ii rr t The Bearer Herald. "W. I. DltUMMOND, rublUhr. BEAVER, : OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A TiiorniiT-iinntsTr.ni.No In operation in l'.-irls. machine is TllK,ncw roller boat recently tested nt Toronto, OnU, which was expected to cross the Atlantic at a speed of 40 miles an hour, disappointed the In ventor by refusing to go fatter than six miles an hour. Tub Women's club, of Watcrbury, Conn., has started a pioneer movement for short skirts. As the club is com posed of women of prominence and In fluence, it is expected that some radi cal reforms will be made. Tiik Chinese laundryman at Muncie, Ind., who has been boycotted by the labor unions, has the advantage of be inp able to live and save money on an Income that would mean starvation to any 'competitor without Mongolian blood. O.nk million dollars' worth of special bonds, each of the denomination of 5100 and bearing live percent, interest, are to be offered for sale to the work intftnen and women of Chicago. Hanks and lar...

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. — 4 November 1897

fr-as-v t rn vTy!.'-prww ji-wfr-- w "HP r- rx$rv"j,tf!.t :?. ' ; '""WIW V l I h "- r - . lliEau' , i rT''$ Sl Ji 1 Il.Tll'U.T. i. i TRAMCtS LYHDEfaL" tCvyrlsat. ). by J 11 LlpphiMt C-i-nptny.! TIIK TIUGIKNING OK THINGS. In the tlnys liefore the iikm ith, Alia-i-ooclice mis a de.itl-allvc illiiBe'vvith n fclnglu strcot climbing from' tin fen-.v Jaiuliiig on tlic rlvtr bank up to thV wcalhcr-bi-aton courthouse on the fir&t lopc of John's mountain. If it illllcroil from other inland county scats in northern Alalwiina it was on the hide of drowsiness and shabby incoiis neneo. lit, reason for existence was purely geographical; the t'hlwnssee ulley divides Chilmnth county Into halves, and the ferry whs a point ac cessible to the farmers in the valley nml to the dwellers on .1 until moun tain on the east and John's mountain on the west, in the xpriiikliiir- of wenthcr-worn buildings strewn upon the, hillside facing the river, but three were relatively notable. One was the courthouse, w...

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. — 4 November 1897

J VrJ 178 78 79 82 Taxes of 1895. J. C. HODGE, 5j(raW. tavtr i . ft lots 1 and 4 and c awl 18 4 24 S24 .80 lots 1 and 2 and e nl 3 4 5 0 7 S. 9 4 27 C 28 11 (i- ; A '& rCDUSUKD HfERV TIIDRSDAV. Offlclal County Paper. YT. I. DRUMMOM). Publisher. I. S. and TV. I. HKUJtXONP, L'dlUr. fattrrd potoBc t llr O. T. ai ' esmd clM mIUr .April 12, 1S?3. rrss - - - - f t 00 TEK YUAR. AtittiTul.vo UTts tnJ known on ap-pttmlioa. TAX SALE XOTICK. Notice 1 hTbT rltf n that I will otter for ! t public auction at ruy offlce In Brarer, tfrcomtrOk'bonTril orr.on "ot- mbtr Uin 1?. 3J '" ninth reach tmtt . f Under lowu M below durrlhcd a majr be ntarj- lo r-r Ihe lairs and chrrT ihrrrco lor the yttn ISOand 1KV.- rrotldcJ BChtxcnd chanr at not paid bv the -ar OI the t . fU lc "HI be eroillBBM r era dar to dr cnlll all nc propter l old County 1 ri atnrrr. BKAVKU CITY. lt-1.. Sleek . Aat. "n S 4 1 3. 3. 4. 5. . 14' "15 1 9 " k 9 9 9 9 9 9 r 9 C 9 " H lo"" ' " 4 9 99 6.:::: 10.... 11.... 12.... 1 3.... 3....

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. — 11 November 1897

" WT" pw -w .-.-w,-, fjonipr- - T WJfrW"" " "WJ"r"' Tr"WPiq5flfWWf 53f5" w py'Wjfyagpflasff Hpr rW 5vr" TOJBF- DfT" jnti,wyr ) i' """- r , BEAVER HERALD. Tho Largest Circulation ornnjr Newspaper In West cm Oklahoma. THIS Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. m9Womm"w f f.V B ( t VOL. XI. MUST PAY THE LEASE. CaUlMncn Using School Lam, whether Fenced or not, must l'ajr for lucl'rhilogc. Tho territorial legislature passed a law lust winter declaring that all that part ol tho territory lying west of a lino running through Washita county on tho south and Woods county on tho north should be a freo rango country, on condition that nil tho school land in said district should be leased, giving to the pcoplo of each township, however, the privilege of voting herd law if they so desired, to remain in force for five years. The following is part of tho law, which was printed in full in this paper at the timo it was passed: ''and the bamo is hereby declared to be a free rango country. Provided, however, that tho 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. — 11 November 1897

Q: I t Tlie Bearer Herald. IT. L DnCMMO.VD, rablUban. BEATER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Ix S3 ports along- the t'nlted States roasts modern defences arc u oiler con struction. TwE.vnr-FJOKT plrls In Omaha, Xcb., liave farmed a society to suppress the tobacco habit. Ax Insurance society, to be called In dustrie, is being formed by employers throughout Germany to insure against loss arising from strikes. Tnr. Spanish minister of 8nancc ad tnlts that the Cuban war costs W.OOO.OOO a month, and that the amount of pay due the Spanish soldiers is $60,000,0001 Dn. J. C SrKScr.R, bacteriologist of the San Francisco board of health, re cently reported that he had discovered the bacilli of tuberculosis in a Chinese made cigar which he examined. Deibcieux kept a record of 4S,5 deaths in a French parish. He found that IIS married women to 14 unmar ried and 43 married men to six bachel ors reached the age of 00. According to French figures, by marrying at no a man add II years to his theoretical...

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. — 11 November 1897

vj ' A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. lCopyriM, ij. ty J, D. Upplncott Co.) n. ONK WAY TO CL'IIK 1JNNUI. "J list say that oter upiiln, ill jou, loctor? I don't think 1 quite took In the length and liruadth of It." Thorndyke uas in hln shlrt-Rlcevcs, out lie reached mechanically for his iiwit nnd vest when Ui? physician re pluccd tho stethoscope among Itsklns nicn In the f,'lus fuse. -1 snld that your condition Is Aery .rltJcar the concern lo Dr. I'ertnln'K colce was too real to l profosstonul; Mhat if ive don't look out. jou'll slip away from ns ns jour I'nclp (Irnnvlllr- mr Cninvllle Thorndyke had dittl of pilck consumption when his nephew as a. hoy of 18, and l'hlllp had iiAcry UW recollection of the strong man's (teepk-chase down the road to emacla- tion and death. It seemed Incredible that such a thing could happen to him. He sat down and trie! to realize It. Itcallzlnfr Is usually a methodical process, but -when a man bcl!ecs he linn just heard his death-sentence pro nounced...

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. — 11 November 1897

nffirz wifpmfvmm"im' ijji mi nsrrwEew" y s l s:a Professional. B CARTER TRACY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. l'iliu.', Final Proof and Gonial Toll liioiiy taken before niu as l'rotmtc Judge. Boaver, Oklahomo RH, L00FB0URR0W, a COUNTY ATTOUNKY.l Attorney at Law. Will prjclice iu nil llio Court. Beaver. Oklahoma. D YKIi BALLINGKR, Attornoy at Law, Heaver, Oklahoma J, JULANCIJARD Lawyer. Special attention ghen to tlin drawing legal docnmenla. bniivon IKugl Avenue. Heaver, Oklahoma ., Jit. LCNLEY. M.D. Kci.riTtc Physician, Suholon t3 Obstetrician. Calls promptlv Attended, either dny or nlgb Heaver, Oklahoma. Wi1 jS IS For Ibe Sneit WINES, LIQUORS- to JIND CIGARS, f,: m Cell At HERB'S PLACE. I H. E. rn.VIO. I'ron.. fl " jS V$ Weal Side. Beaver, OS. "Jjj fy&j&A&frsgmgl GOTTLEIB : TREDLI, BOOT & SHOE MAKER Manubctnrer of Ijullea and Ovnin tnt Ilooti & Bliorc, epairin; a Spcciulty ' Give Mo a Call. Heaver, Oklahoma. F. H. ANDERSON, GENERAL BLACRSMITHING. All work guaranteed or manry ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 18 November 1897

m K lr HERALD. 32 Thu largest Circulation of nnjr Newspaper In West cm Oklahoma. 11IK OTiDEfiT KL AIIOMA & NEWSPAPER. If BEAVER eaaBaaaaBaflB I IP VOL. XI. A TMFLi: I.fcSS. TI10 muo'.i talked of, but little under Wood, 71) per cent raise decs not, slrungo as it way BRcm, raiso tlic taxes of Heaver Vounty taxpayers in tlio least, except as 'to this 'territorial levies, but actually lowers them a trifle, The supremo court having held that the 75 per cent "hori -' :zontnl" raiso of valuation in 1395 was ( illegal, and tho 73 per cent raise in 1807 having been mado in tho sanio manner, :ind all levies having been computed on tho raised valuation, there is talk of "fighting tho taxes." Tho present sys tern of raising revenue is very compli cated, and a great many do not uudcr Htand it fully, and especially is this truo when "raises" aro added to tho other complications. Many seem to think that the 73 per cent raise simply raises their taxes 73 per cent. This U true as to tho levies f...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 18 November 1897

i-.iWJ.M-V---1-- Tfc4fcak o w ( 1 f-1 Is . 1 1 1 4 II The Bearer Herald. W. I. DltUMJIOND, FablUbar. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. John I Sui.i.ivajj, tho pugilist, Is talking of publishing on autoblogra phy. Thk chance that n passenger will bo killed on a railway in this country is one in 3,827,47-1. A iiecent dispatch from Havana sulci that pcoplo there wcro dying froin starvation nt tho rato of 45 a day. Montana's total output of gold, sil ver, copper and lead during 1890 was valued nt 850,732,099, or over 81,000 for tvery voter. Coi. ANTiioxr H. Kusku, of Trenton, N. JM has entered upon tho experi ment of ostrich raising In the climate of tho casU The attempt will bo widely watched. V. D. Dxvin, n converted Hindoo, who has preached in India. Australia, England and Scotland, Is soon to open n campaign in Chicago. Ho has been known to preach 18 hours at a stretch Moiik than 55,000 persons will, di rectly or Indirectly, draw pay from the city In tho first administration of May...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 18 November 1897

' "fVTmj-ifs.TVmm;- n V A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. tCopyrlcht. $. by J. D. Upplncott Co. III. Co.NTixunn. It was a very sweet face, lighted by nppealliip eyes of the clearest grny, and made altogether lovely nnd Irresistible by the touch of pathetic anxiety, that was turned toward the physician. Moreover, Dr. Percvlu had said nothing about the advantages of solitary exile, but he stood by his patient loyally. "To have advised him otherwise would have been like preaching him a fermon with the text left out. What he needs Is out of door life, and that doesn't mean a change to the dissipa tions of n summer or winter resort." The doctor paused, and then added, diplomatically: "And I count on your help to make this possible; you must dissuade Mrs. Thorndykc if she has any idea of polng with Philip." t Helen's faltering acceptance of the condition imposed by this appeal ended the interview, and she left Dr. l'erevin's office with her trouble Increased in in verse proportion to th...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 18 November 1897

, - "wrarv vmwv ,' ' w ' - " kt A m m lBf'v i PROFESSIONAL. CARTER TRACY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kilinj.', Kin.il Proof nml Conl vl Tesli- inony Ink on bclro mu as Prolate Jiidjxc. Oklahoma Boavcr, H. LOOFBOURROW COUNTY ATTOHXKY.l Attorney at Law. Will praeltcu in all tlio Court.. Beavor, Oklahoma. YKK UALLINGEK, Attorney at Law, , Heaver, Oklahoma. J, HLANCUAliD Lawyer. Hpechit attention given lo tlmd'uwlng legal documents. Ofrtooon RongU Avenue. Beaver, Oklahoma Jit. LtNLEY. M. T). KcLECTIO P11Y81CIAN, EuttOEON Q& OllSTETHICIAN. CalU promptly attended, either dny or nigh Beaver, Oklaluimn. iwWl ?i For Ibo finest WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS, i Cull nt I HERB'S PLACE I & 3? n. n. craw, rrop., & w est Side. Beaver, O.T. to,S!i1!!lg!kgyj&&$,)&,& GOTTLEIB ITBBDU, BOOT & SHOE MAKER Mauufacturer of I.adlcs nnd Gvii:h llooti & Hliocs, flnn Itcpahing n Specialty Give Mo a Call. Okluliomu. lienver, F. H. ANDERSON, GENERAL BLACK SMITHING. All work guaranteed or m...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 25 November 1897

Hf!H i'"wl,",S(Wfit. w -t'wuy 1WW "I1"' C WST'-'irsT ' ipar'w -T- gUS"' rWT-r '"TwrpF " v ,p'r,Ffe.s ' -viPr. 'Wr?- i r - - t :uj t -'M - EAVER Tho Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. rim xT npo'n i i ivjini KLAIIOMA NEWSPAPER. Jfr-i -'"" wy FT" :. I' V VOL. XL ATTORNEY ENJOINS. Stops the Collection or tho Portion or tke Territorial Tax represented br tlie 73 per cent Italsc. The Supremo Court having held the 75 per cent raise of assessed valuation in 1895 to be illegal, tho 73 per cent raise of this year, being mad a in the sitae manner, must necessarily be illegal. Q'his being tho case, the county clerk nnd county attorney have decided that the interests of the county and of indi vidual tax payers will best be served by the latter officer bringing an action in the name of the csunty to enjoin the treasurer from the collection of the ter ritorial taxes on that portion of thn val uation represented by tho raise, which action was commenced in the District Court...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 25 November 1897

rs '-' Vi ( kit Ifc ft B The Boaver Herald. W. I. DRUMMOND, FnblUhar. BEAVER, j OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiik estimate of tho cotton crop in the United States is over 10,000,000 bales. Mits. Maiioahkt Houoiian recently died at her homo in Cliicopco Falls, Mass. Slio was born in Ireland and claimed to bo 124 years of ajfo. Her husband corroborated lior story. A MEMORIAL, with 04,673 signatures kttached, in favor of an Anglo-Amurl can arbitration treaty, has been pre sented to Lord Salisbury, tho Hrltlsh premier, by Dr. Darby, secretary of the English Arbitration alliance. The pcncral missionary committee of tho Methodist Episcopal church, re cently in session at Philadelphia, de cided to appropriate 31,200,910 to mis blons tho coming year, on tho basis of 4S per cent- to homo and 65 percent, to foreign missions. A fight has been inaugurated nt Savannah, Qa., for abolishing the high hot from churches. The local papers, backed by leading church members and society people, expect to h...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 25 November 1897

S5WI -"I "VV" " K tJMW" """ ""W '-w's "W ' ', --w'ww-'-w 1,-,-t HjlSl!;Ss ' " Ipsw5? 7 . isT -j - i - t V - : $J-- t, J fc V , 1' it A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDG. ICpyrlcht. il9j. ty J. D. Upplneott Co.) V. A CIIANCB ACQUAINTANCE. Tlic trnln on the ClitunsecVnllcy ex tension lurched uneasily round the .nines in tho new trnck of the branch Ir.e, leailiiK a trail of sooty smoke annging in the foliage on the mountain sltlo mid stippling the pools in the river lth showers of cinders from the en gine where the railway embankment tktrtcd the stream. The afternoon sun find dropped behind the summit of lohn's mountain, but his oblique rays still poured into the valley through oc :nional gaps In tho ridge, projecting jrotcsquely lengthened shndows of the moving train half way across to the western slope of .Tubal mountain. A col brec7.c, fragrant with the breath of wild honeysuckle and picy with the ti'slnous smell of old-field pines, blew In it the open windows of the car; and rhorndy...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
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