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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 25 November 1897

iOU U i ,k f'i Professional. carter tracy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Filing Final lrour ntul Gonial 'JV-sti- inonv iiikru before tuu us Probate Judge. Beaver, Oklahoma R H, L00FB0URR0W (COUNTY ATTOItNKY.) Attorney at Law. "l practice in nil tlio fjuurifl. Beaver, Oklahoma. D YKH HALLING1.K, Attornoy at Law, Denver, Oklahoma. J, ISLANGHAlll) IjAWYKft. Hperlnl intention given to the drawing legal document. Ottltwoti Dotigtu Avonuo. licuvcr, Oklaliomt J1L LCNJiEY. M. D Kci.ElTIO PHYSICIAN, SUIIOKON t10 OlISTKTIUClAN. Call promptly attended, either tiny or nigh Denver, Oklahoma. &UV'rf&WiS'&'i!&'iti&it&6 & For tlio finest WINBS, LIQUORS f AND CIGARS, I $ Cnll at f I WERT'S PLACE, f 1,7. lleneee 1 eeeee ' A & 9 0 II. E. CP.AIO. Trap., i Wet8iil9. ll.n.or n T 'l ''I v.. . r7 A&2A.&&&6m$fo&A& GOTTLEIB ; TREULI, BOOT & SHOE MAKER Manufacturer or Ladles and Otnts rino . - J!oot A Uhocs, Hcpuiring a Specially . ' Give Me a Call. Reaver, ... O...

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 December 1897

; BEAV HERALD. Hi TUB Tlio Largest Circnlatlon of nnr JJcvrspnpcr inTVcU crn Oklahoma. OLDEST KJLAIIOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1897. NO. 27. ER CaJ-! iW'fcrf V I te- I ARE THE SALARIES TOO HIGH! A wrong impression is entertained by a nutnbet of taxpayers in Beaver county in regard to tlio salaries now paid to tho county attorney, sheriff, clerk and treas urer. Many think that the raise in tho salaries of tbeso officials was duo to the raise of valuation, which placed the as sesscd valuation of Denver county higher than that of same counties having a pop. ulation in excess of 10,000. Suoh is not tho case. It is true that at the timo of to equalization a statement appeared in tbe IlKKALD to the effect that the raise of valuation would causo the officials' salaries to bo raised, but it was a mis take, und was corrected in the next week's issue. However, tho impression exists, and many taxpayers bclievo that had (ho Territori...

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 December 1897

f , ajamrwjuja P H iTJpHWdW.".'VW,l FT"- r js-V""1'" -rwW v. W ( ? The Beaver Herald. W. I. bllUMMOXD, I'ublUhar. BEAVER, i OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Geoiiok Washington Is to statua erected in London. have n Tiik United States post ofllco depnrt .mentrnns behind 811,000,000 a year, while the nnnunl surplus of tho llrlt lsh post ofUce is SliO.OOO.OOO. WiMiun Ij. Andkiikojj, of Lynn, Mass., lender of the Holiness band, hns Bet Mny H, 1003, ns tho day for tho res urrection of tho dead nnd tho transla tion of the snints. Cmr.F Annum and other representa tives of unions of railroad employes want congress to appoint a nntlonal labor commission and pass a compul sory arbitration law. Wono Chin Foo, president of tho Chinese Equal Uiphts league, will press Ills bchumc nt Washington for giving tho rights of suffrage to Ameri canized Chinese, of whom ho estimates there are about IS per cent, out of a total of 800,000. Consul Smith, at Victoria, 11. C, in n report to tho stato department, dis ...

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 December 1897

o r Y The Taclfle Hallways. "TKe'XJhlOh Pnolflo railways, mala line was tola finder the decree of the United States tomator (he district of Nebraska on tho 1st ihdSnd of N0Vcmb;r,of thNycnr. The amount lue tho government confuted of tha principal if he subsidy bonds, I27.-J38.6U. and the 'sc irurd Interest thereon, 3I. '.'11.711,75, rnskln? the total Indebtedness fM,H9.2Sl73 Tho bid tt tho nale covered the first mortgage Hen and iho entire mortgage claim of the government, principal and interest. Tho kale of tho sub , ildlicd portion of tho Kansas Pacific line, anon which tho government holds a second ftortgnge lien, has been postponed nt tho ln itanca of tho government to December 18, 13)7. Tha debt of hU division If the Union Paclllo railroad to tho rovcrnment on November 18, 1897 was t to 'princJp.il of the subsidy bonds, ld.303.0iX) and She unpuld nnd accrued interest (a.fWwaSJ, making a 'total of t.',.90 31 Tho salo or ihlsroad was originally advertised for Novem ber 4, but for...

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. — 16 December 1897

l' h hi) ' 1-1 Professional. CARTER TRACY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I-'iliog, Final Proof and Contest Tudi- inouy taken before mo as Probatu Judge. Boaver, Oklahoma II H, LOOFBOURROW, COUNTY ATTOUNHY. Attorney at Law. Will practice in nil tlio Courts. Beaver, Oklahoma. B YK1S BA LUNGER, Attorney at Law, Heaver, Oklahoma. I BLANCH ARI) IjAWYEII. Bpecliil attention rIvcii to Ilia dmw'iia; ,. " legal documents. OraVnon Dongln Avenue. Denver, Oklahoma 5. R. LUNLEY. M'. 1) KcLKlTIO PlIYMCIANi SOHORON 1$ OlISTKTniCIAN. Calls promptlv attended, either day or nigh Reaver, Oklnliuma. tiaS?WWWJ For llie finest Si WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ffi Call nt fTERB'S PLACE, 'ad 0 II. B CRAIO, Prop,, Heaver, O.T m jtf M West8lde. &' fy I. i&gg.feagfotflfoigfl&ai COTTLEIB ITREULI, BOOT & SHOE MAKER Manufacturer or I.adlct and Geata flnn Boots & Bhoes, Repairing a Specially Give Me a Call. Beaver, Oklahoma. F. H. ANDERSON, GENERAL BLACKSMTHING. All work guaranteed or money refunded. Charges ...

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 December 1897

! TItK OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. i Tlip Largest Circulation of nnj Newspaper hi West ern Oklahoma. VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TE RtTORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897. NO. 28. i 7 V . Congress has adjourned until Jan. Dili. Mrs. Mnry 1). Leaso has decided that 6lio will be a candidate for congress from the Big Seventh Kansas district next year. She thinks slio can mauago to secure to Pop nomination all right. The division of China has begun sure enough. Sho lias now ceded Port Ar thur to Russia. Sho is now in condi tion to be squeezed betweeu llussia and Germany, but beforo the sqeezing pro cceds very far, England and Franco will tako a hand in the game. Beaver county pays 305.99 insur anco on her school houses a net loss, an unwarranted and uncalled for picco of demo-pop foolishness. But then as nearly all the bills passed by the late la tucntcd legislature were of tho same nature, we don't know as any especial kick should bo registered against the school insurance law. Instea...

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 December 1897

ft I 9.1 i i Kl i 5 1 CJ i fr The Beaver Herald. W. I. DltUMMO.ND, PublUher. BEAVER, t J OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tiik new mayor of Ilnltlmoro, Mil., recently lind 9,000 applications for &00 positions. Thr number of liomlclilcs in South Carolina the past year vai 200, or double that of tho previous year. Tiik ministers of Lincoln, Nob., aro up in arms against Sunday funerals and haro taken action looking to their discouragement. The beet sugar factory near Home, 2i. Y., which cost $2.3,000 and bcynri work October 1 with 100 men, will turn out this year 13,000 barrels of granu la ted sugar. Tiik movement to lmvo nil Canadian trade unions secede from tho American l-'cdcration of Labor and establish an independent organization has failed of accomplishment. A committee of five of the Ohio Fed eration' of Labor, at Columbus, to whom was referred for early report the subject of tho influx of foreign la bor, lias reached a recommendation to Jiavu congress asked to exclude foreign labo...

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 December 1897

t O Xi ( K ) ft CAM HANGED. The Self-Corifessed Child Murderer Pays the Penalty for His Deed. THE STORY OF THE CRIME. I.lttl Ilrlla Carr's Ili-ml Hotly 1'oond ,j Hunters In the Allnurl Iller, Wright- rl Down with r (.tone Tll Fast In the llrrast. Lmr.ltTV, Mo., Dec 18. A little after ten o'clock the gallows, on which William Carr. the self-confessed mur derer of Ills three-jrear-oUl child, was to bo hanged, was ready. Sheriff Hy mcr and several deputies and visiting 'sheriffs mounted the scatrohl and put n. hupe stone on thu trap door. At a nignal the shctUT pulled tlio trap catch and tlio stor.o dropped. The machine worked perfectly. Again and again it wii.mam cAim. ivas tried and it never failed. Inside the death cell Carr sat with his faco turned toward tlio east wall. Ministers sat with him constant ly, sometimes talking to him, sometimes readtng from the Hible. but most of the time sitting in silence. Men whispered and walked on tiptoe around the room. They w ent over to the wi...

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 December 1897

& fv tt IK i l' I I!-. is ,) If SrsaiiaUt'CT.!liTllSllJUJilWll!VMl.UUSllJIJ.UWU' 1 v ' Wb liave Moved To our now quarters, ono block south of our former location. Wo had to do it in order In make room for moro goods. Thcro is always something broken in moving usually poodi but wo were fortuities ia this pnrtiuular. However, wo ore irultij to brunk sonio old prices; but wo nro too busy yot t'i write an ad. Co mo in nnd seo us anyway maybo wo can sell you a hex of toilet soap (.' cakes) for 10c, that used to sell for 25c, or a pellet knilb fur 25e, be'ttr than any 75u knifo on sniu in tho county. F- a 'XxsbC'sr, !S"2ft W?W&ft8?&t!Sfm?il Tim hrgest nnd moat complcto stook of Dr goodis AND ever brought to llwiver County. Tlil stock was en re fully selected to meet lliR dcummN of Western trade &&bm&tm&&&&&& iHUlIrv M m m PUlUOi). 1) iiiiii J Patent IVJeelicine, s And everything usually kept in a first- 2 - date in every respect. Give me a c...

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 December 1897

-Lk. Tlio Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. Tin: OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. 2fte2T tttl. litfi o tiis-Cj''x '.'Mtxz SGK2iV sr Jt i ! S 7- V a " r " a' ! t ( K I - tfl F P 41 , f it. , H VOL. XI. Photography of tho mind by tho n'td of tho X ray U tlio latest. Thomas J'Misou, Jr. is tho inventor of tho new machine. Hon. Temple Houston was fined 8300 ond costs last week for shooting Jsnlvlns at Woodward about a year ago. Ulicap enough. Spcnkitg of good resolutions, a ma jority of tho American peoplo will start out on tho first of tho year on a circular track,' requiring three to seven days to make tho circuit. Callahan our own Jay is opposiog Strang's appointment to nn Oklahoma judgeship. Ho is also opposing the ap. pointment of Judges Hainer and Pan coast. In fact our Callahan is opposed to anything-that is sure to bo done. It surely isn't tho peop'c of Wood, ward who would roar if tho grangers of Heaver county were to tap tho river with ditches. Those who hav...

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 December 1897

" xii w p WJHK'W The Boavor Herald. W. I. DKUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVEn, : OICIiAIlOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tut: total foreign exports of tlio United Slates for the U months of lh'J7 reached 1174,000,000. 1'kxnbvi.VAXIA spent lwit year 20, 000,000 on her public hcl.ool, nnd over 1,000,000 pupils were enrolled. TiiKltrc Is u lllielihood that American and EukIIsIi unions may amalgamate. I'rohnhly 15,000,000 men would bo In tliu union. In llcrlln 32 divorces nriBrnntcd for every 1,000 marriages. After Itcrlln comes Hamburg with U7, while Paris is far behind with only 11. CiiicAno will havo an underground system of rmotimnt'.u tubes through which packages of every description can bo shot to any part of the city. Lr.wis Gkoihii: Clank, 80 years old, tho original George Harris of Harriet llccchcr Stovve's famous novel, "Undo Tom's Cabin," died nt Lexington, Ky., n few days ogo. A l'Arnit watch has been exhibited by a Dresden vvntchmnkcr. Tho paper Is prepared in such n manner that tho watch Is ...

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 December 1897

jftJ A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDG. tCopyrlcht, i8gj. by J B. Llpplncott Co.' XII. 111KL1MIN4RU:S. Tuo days Inter, Philip vvnB once more established nt the Hotel Johnnnlsberfr, with the bustle unci strew of the new city nlrendy beginning to efface the memory of the quiet days spent nt the Uiincnn fnrni. The changes wrought In the few weeks were almost incredible. The encronchlng flood of buildings had spread out over the vacant t-pacca; new structures of preposterous height and bulk renrcd themselves In localities where Philip remembered seeing the green grass of the meadow or the stub ble of Inst year's cornfield. The streets were In the chaotic condition which precedes the lnylng of pavements; the gas and wntcr companies rivaling encli other inmnklngthc roadway hnpaesubln during the hurried trenching for pipes and conduits. The daily nuctlon-salcs of real estate continued, but they had lecn driven from the busy business center, and Mr. Tench's rostrum ap peared only In the Bu...

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 December 1897

wnr wfjw v- Tf"-J'1-ffS?!r"5r () ft. l t ' ai -rg; xyviMi ' 'J.'15?J'U'JJ"" 5.tu? Jn-' - y A, JM. We have Moved To our now quarters, ono block eouth of our former location. Wo had to do it io order to make rooui for moro goods. Tlicro is always something broken in moving usually poods hut wo wcro fortunate in IliU particular. However, wo uro poJtij to break somn old price; but wo nro loo busy jet to wrilo an ud. Come in and sco ui nnyway innybo wo can sell you a box of toilet soap (3 cakes) lor 10c, that used to sell lor Sfic, or pocket knifo for 2e, better than uny 75c knife on salo in llip county. 3T- C T.i 2:3,037- . P1. 1 i,naf find ninul lfiltl nl P I O r-D.i "IO,"h" " w-.,.... y.. Dry gGSd 3 AND ever l,rouglil to Heaver I County, 'lldi sloolc m jj cjirerully .elected to meet llio ueninniM or Weal em SS A trade. &&&$3zsai&m&&$fo& i &?W ss. IEIHmB 111 BllnSltl I IBDHn 1 u Bid J JLP X.V.VJ J iJ I IW JL XJL . sa y E "Patent iVJedicine?, And everythi...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 January 1898

' ' "V WSFV ?f "fP-'fl ,tjH - Tito Largest Circulation of ntir Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. if Tin: OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. 5 Sb-C? a.'mwttuammi'mmnJiiMiimtwBium'B. yiiy;wrjiiUjii-ivvyu.gu.eii;u'tm.wt.ijia.-Ti JIWIJW.BJJtJltulua1iuyul.jtuutMtltjM VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6 , 1898. NO. 30. s-fmsr ie; '4 M tf & ' 1 'r 4U," :i. v ft ' i .r . J 4T t ; 3 i J ft By 3 ix I TO STOP SEALSKIN IMPORTS. Tlio Secretary of the Treasury, with (ho npjroval of tlio President, has issued regulations under tho act of Congress, which net was signed and becamu effect ive oc December 29th, prohibiting tho taking of seals by American citizens cx oept oo tho l'ribjlov islands, and pro lubking tho importation into this coun try of pelagic skins. Tho bill prohibits deep sea scaling by American citirens, which provision was not really necessary except that they arc tho only pcoplo that this government can prohibit from killing seals in deep water. But Amer...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 January 1898

'TfVWr' (( t t- t "v "nVf)tkA Tho Bcayor Herald. VT. I. DItUSIRlONI), IublUlier. BEAVER. OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tiik profltBof the New York basobnlj club for 160" wcro 500,000. Tun Minnesota law, providing thnt nil oleomaru arlno nnd bittterlne offered for sale In that state must bo colored a bright pink, linn been decided to bo constitutional. Mint Diukctou Puerto estimates the gold production of tho world In 1807 at 234,000,000, an Increase over lfeOO of 530,000,000. The United States will lead tho column with 800,000,000, nu Increase of II per cent. Kama In tho spring Dr. Zlcfjfclii will hepiu the building ot tho Chicago Musical college, tho estimated cost of which will be S.100,000. It is Ills avowed Intention to inako Chicago tho musical center of tho United States. Tin; newspaper men ot Kt, Louis have been Invited to occupy tho pulpit of- the Central Christian church by Its pastor, Kcv. Mr. Frank Q. Tyrrell, who says that newspaper men understand human nature nnd should bo ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 January 1898

;-(? J3 h 4 r i) i5. 1 it-,: m 1 w m t I CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDG. ICepyrljht. 1195, by J. D. Llpplncott Co.) XIII. Continued. Ho kept lils room at Duncan's and rode often up the valley, both for thq soke of the Intlmn.cy which the nature of his quest nincle Impossible elsewhere, inul because he honestly wanted to be tiuo to the new Ideal, and he went of tener and stayed longer when he be gun to feel the ground slipping from under him In the small matter of senti ment, lie Bald rather bitterly that he must, be true to something; thnt ho should loso what little self-respect his tickle precipitancy had left him if ho Buffered himself to swerve from the plain path he had chosen In the day of illness. Tor some of the doubts and much of the dissatisfaction, Elsie was her self answerable. She was frank with out being confidential; she was affec tionate and sympathetic, but she nevet gae him an opportunity to add a word to those already spolccn. She rejoiced frankly In his stubborn...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 January 1898

"""JWU 't h .u t. i f. If V i i.t ht ft " i 15 JL .1 r H it r. 'f tj M I I ' i i& nuanMsi3BES3K3gBRi- We have Moved To our now quarter, ono block south of our former location. We had to do it in order to make room for tnoro goods. i There Is always something hroken in; , , . . nTn-i moving usuallj (roods hut wo wcrui O lQ Llull Bl U fortunnto in this particular. However, wo lira going to brenk romo old prices;) hut wo iiro too busy yot to write nn nd. ) .ft !.. ., .. .- .... i. .... ...1tn lOiuo in nun bcii in uncivil) iiuijm. wo can anil you n hex of toilet soap (:lJtQtts Otis G?l0kSS -..I.-.I f.. lfl- it ,1 In .nil fnl- or,,, t S ' SS vuhin j mi iui in. it iii?"ii w c. , i or n pocket knifo for 2"e, belter than tiny Tfic kmTo on sale in tho county. ) IF- C Tx&e-y, Eeaver, .tela, rr-rirr?-rrv,Ofr?raiiffs?W! tS ViL"" riW vo-vr VilF 'my vu vt- ?J. . . . . S The largest anil moil complete tjy stack of,. Dry goods A:il, over brought to Heaver & t'oiwly. This slock was ' rAr...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 13 January 1898

i .' , Tho Lnnrcst Circulation of nujr Newspaper In West ern Oldnltomn. THE ODDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. mi 1 111 .win inn biii mt A 3 VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1898 3 J NO. 31. BEAVER OiiKSKwik & W rffiff... .mm. Commissioners' Proceedings. Dbavkii, Uk., Jan. 3, 1888. Tlie Hoard or County Commissioner met In the office of tho County Clerk nl 8 o'clock n m All the member" present, Howard In the chair. On motion, Loo Howard was elected ciialr man of the. board for tho year 18!W. On motion tho bill of D. I.. linker, et al, Si2.1SJ p. court ieet, was rejected for the reason thai It was not a proper chnrfro against tin county, the prasecutlnjr witness being lln ble for all costs. (Sec II, pago 170, iS37 Sos alon Laws Oklahoma.) On motion board adjourned till 2 o'clock p. in. Hoard met at 2 .'clock p m. l'rosent as at morning dcsslon On motion tho following bills wero allowed n ft.es la caso of Territory ns. O. A. Deader b? oro J. lllanch...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 13 January 1898

.-., Sfl y.r.-.r i Vi n ; ! hi b J I! o 1 ) Tho Boavor Herald. W. I. DllUMMOND, Publisher. BRAVER, , i I OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Tun commlMloncr of pensions say there nro fiO.OOO pension attorneys In tills country. Tiikiir were 1,083 mnrrlngo licenses. Issued In Kansas City, Mo., during 1807 or nt tho rnto of 33 n week. Tin: Now York Hcrnlil says that 00, 000 families In Now York rccalvo thulr solo support lhruii(tlt Iho ulTorts of women. n Aiikiuca.v property owners In Cuba have lost, It Is stated, S20.000.000 through Spain's iiiulndnilnUlmtlott of Cubnii affairs. Nkam.v 1,000 persons took pnrt In a progressive euclire party In Phlliulel plila tlio other evening for the boncilt of St. Teresa's Roman Catholic church. Ahout 1,100 post olllees throughout tho United States wcru assigned to tho money order clasi on January 3. This mokes approximately 85,000 postoftlces. at which money orders may ho now ob tallied or cashed. IN nn address buforo tho Illinois Ktato Teacher association a...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 13 January 1898

f&F !? "" W rjjy fl"WiJ,,"JP", -w"-- f J nr-. "W m i w A CASE IN EQUITY. BY FRANCIS LYNDE. Copyright, 1895, by J D. Llpplncott Co. XIV. CoxTiNur.n. Tlicrc mis n moping notac, ns of a iuihllly opened drnvvor. nnd the old mnn spui.g to his foot nnd leveled a rcvol vit at Tlicmdykc. Ills eyes blnzcd.nnd Ills xoice qulivered with excitement. "By Uic 'Mighty 1 If ye don't get out o' here " Philip stood his ground lung enough to nhow bin contempt for the urgil nicnt of force; then he turned his back on the nngry nmii nnd ran up thuhtrecl to cntch nu electric car for the new courthouse. As soon ns he could And a magistrate, lie swore out a warrant for l'lagmore's nrrebt nnd went liim Relf with the. deputy who was to serve It. As n matter of coutsc, they found the office locked nnd empty ; nnd, leav ing the otllccr to continue the search for the notary, l'htlip went back to the .lohannisberg t,o prepare the papers hi the suit ngnlnst the town company. The constable had promised to repor...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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