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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 February 1898

,o r -t O t- !.( V iie il-'c r Ut cy 1$ 4 4 1 a i1 I i. A? a o if): 11 i 1H 1 i t 7 3 F sa i if si 't !' pi !4J ' k n '... I 5 !S 5 f I - ft - SPECIAL Signs or Spline coovry -woing of certain aiiruenta gcnrtsl debility, dyr--!', in di -, rlieutnaiMtn, liver coHipUict, etc. need attention. There it nothinj: better m s blood purifier or general tonic tbsn a preparation ef SARSAPARiLUL OR CELEItY CCMPOUND. Wc bare purchased large quantities of tbeas prrparatror, and ca'l special attention to I:riogs Sar-ap.rilla and -the celebrated Kalaaaxoo Celerj Nerve and Howl Iomc Tbrte are oar Specialties and for a thcrt time we are sating special cash price on them of 73 cents for fall siitd dollar Uottlr. I.very bottle told on it meritr, and at-Uf-ciion guaranteed. For ttle only bj :e cl tbact, Baavcr, Oklahomn. & The large and DHt complete stock of......... vi & Dry goods Clothing s -tr I I & -?1 ANl i fi J. eter Lrcotht to Beaver Ccanljr. This slock was carefully selected la taeet ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 February 1898

' hr a. 4,-t-t.i u W '? VJ i M 4.4 - v this llio Largest Clrcnlnllon of any N'eirspnper In West cm Olilnlionia. ' rvDi&T KLi 1I10MA HEVfSPAPER. ';? igg-wjiim wumauwnw.iijiM.m&amwTi.w MnilOJJJ.lXltfUgOg,TUtL'ir l II m whiiiiiiii mm1 ii iiiiih VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCHES, 189S. M 37. DC A lit It D EL 11 IlII W Hi H M Hi A h ' ri: Tbo attorney general of Colorado re ccntly handed down a decision to Hie cirect tlmt there Was no law in the date requiring woro6n to drop their maiden names on tlio mere excuso of a wedding. Ho states that-a man U nothing tnoro thnn a party to a contract in fucli cases, and can not slio.v his intollectual super; iority by forcing his own natuo on the bride. Tho case demanding tlio attor roy'b decision nroso from the late mar tiago of a woman notary public, who inquired as to what namo sho should ofliciilly uso after her marriage. m Norman Transcript: Tho appoint ment of Hon. John II. Burford as chief justice i...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 February 1898

i iS, i I: I f If The Beaver Herald. "W. I. DUCMMOND, Pabllshar. BEAVER, i : OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A LAltOK dinner party in ltoston a short time p w entertained by tcle phone with speeches in Itrooklya. A Xew Knulaxp congressman re cently introduced a bill in the house to eliminate the letter "j"' irom tbf alphabet. A exssca taken February 1 shows 555 distilleries in the United States, an in crease of S3 for January. The total capacity of these Is 333,127 gallonr daily. JAXUAnr was a l.Rht month for fires all over the Dnlted States. The total loss was $9,472,000. In January, 1SVT, it was 812,019,700, and in 1SW3, $11,010,. ooa Tin: population of Greater New York, according to the official cctimute of the health department, is 3,t33,SV9. That of London, by the censes of 1S9I, was 4,319,000. "A mxx's handwriting is a perfect index of his character to those who can read between the lines," J. K. Reynolds, of San Francisco, the well known expert on chlrograpby, as&crta, Accorpuv...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 February 1898

Srr u. II teelactrsss' Hind Bet From the EvenlnB News, Detroit, Mich, Mrs. John Tancy, of 130 (taker Street, Detroit, Michigan, is one of thoc women who always know just what to lo in all trouble and sickness. One that is a mother lo those in. distress. To a reporter she aaid; 'l am the mother of ton children and have raised eight of them. Scleral years ago wethad a serious tune with my daughter, -which liegan when she was about sixteen ears old. She did not have any serious ill ness, but seemed to gradually waste away. Having never had consumption in our fam ily, as we come of good old Irish and Scotch Ttock, we did not think it was that. Our doctor called the disease by an old name winch, I afterward learned meant Jack of 'blood. "It is impossible to describe the feeling John and I had as we noticed our daughter slowly passing away from us. We finally found, however, a medicine that seemed to help her, and from the first we noticed a decided change for the bettor, and after three ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 February 1898

' ft. p o ! SPECIAL Sipn. of Spring convey a turning of c-crtain i!triCDli pcneial debility, dvpepsii, skin di r ?, ilie'Jiiutum. liver complaint, ofc. need attention. There U nolbinp belter a a Moo! pariGer or general locte than a prcf aratiMi of SARSAPARILLA OR CELERY COMPQUXD. Wo 1 vc purchased large rjasatities of these preparation, and rail spcciil atlrn'ion lo Ixiriog'j Stryapirilla and the celebrated Kalamazoo Celery Nerve and blood tone. These arc our Specialties and for a short tinsc we arc Slaking a special cash price on tli cm of 7u cents fur fall sized dolUr 1kjHIc. Krerf bottle fold on its mcritr, and sat isfaction guaranteed. For tale only by E1. C TEACT, Doaver, Oklahoma. W r nrs-TT rr-ari-.i-T. rr.- ,. ,,. L Tbe tartest and most complete g?J K tloek of.. I Dry goeds m fe Clothing ever hroufbl to nearer igi County. TM Hock was ij h carefully selected to meet Ibe demand of Western fb trade & I DRUGS I! "Patent lVJeelicme, j i And everything usually kept in a first-...

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. — 3 March 1898

y-aem, i FSSMSPJ'flT (P & o 'r u f -Ji. v Til 12 K Tho Largest Circulation of nnjr Newspaper In West crn Oklr.komn. ' OLDEST KLAHOMA , rt. nEWSPAPEft. .O- Crr i tVj&fr vntaiatiiuvMmwtfumm.'LM.iLumjiu juujJLmmi'umutjijiLtiim r-nTi iwti xinuu a KM. iiuuiw mm iw VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1898. NO. 38. imwM'.m - EMflHir HlBR AkjvSL lEHs Pvflirafll llH bHs ; - ys The Sioux Indians at l'ino lUJgo aro said to bo having a littlo troublo again. Tho rumors ol jrosfpcftts of war with Spalu lmvo excited them, bat it is not likely that the excitement will result in sorious trouble, as precautions liaVe been taken by tho whites tu keep matters settled and avert danger. A rumor is afloat, to tho effect that 'Capt. Sigsbco was assassinated, hat no mention of this has been mado in the latest press dispatches- Tho Globe Dem ocrat of Tuesday states that the outlook for war with Spain is not so oerious as it at first appeared. It also states that 'th...

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. — 3 March 1898

' t 'W''B1; M-',S" 4lwt If i j U- ! j t " a f. -t) ,1 The Beaver Herald. NOAH PAVES. Publisher UKAVER, - - OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Dci-m- the year 191 England pub licised 1,53 oorels. Geobbia. I petting ready to plant rare acres of watersneloos than ever before. T Chicago XtM gives, many rea- way the bea aad not the eagle should fee Ute national bird. LwmiJtTioxlocdrlDg toward a leral rate of two cents a mile for if enger serr.ee is being imitated in Ohio, Indi asa and Illinois, and the cotssiereial travelers are said to be favoring the legislation. Steps bare been taken for the cree tSos of a Jt.COa.K3 taoaameat in Wasb bigtca to the xaetnory of the rank and Sic of the array and nary who serred daring the late war. Toe mosey is to fee raised by popular aubscripUoa. At a rrccst ratio";? contest in Xew Tork a bursas ostrich deroared 150 enters, two pairs of docks, fear loaves Jof bread aad 35 glasses of beer. Ills competitor rcauaged the oysters and Veer all right, bat stalled oa t...

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

w 'ffirf" -f" "e-iPy '" ",",S' " 'mmmywmijt " -"f"rv t -' .SiJ r' (fc 'A 4 I Mr? A Beautiful Girl's Affliction From the Republican, Versailles, Ind. The Tucker, of Versailles, Ind., like all fond parents, are completely wrapped up in their children. B'hcir daughter l,ucv, in particular, has ivcn thorn much concern. She n fifteen, and from a strong, healthy riri, three yours .ago, had become weak and kept falling off in llcsh until she became a mero skeleton, tihe seemed to have no life at, all. Her hlood became impure and finally sho became the victim of nervous prostra tion. Doctors did not help her. Most of the time she was confined to bed, was very nerv ous ik! irritable, and -seemed on the verso of St. Vitus' dant p. "One morning," said M rs. Tucker, "the doctor told Us to give her Dr. Williams 1'ink Pills for Pale 1'cople, which he brought with him. He said he was treating a similar case with the;e pills and they were curing the pa tient. We began giving the pills and the neit ...

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. — 3 March 1898

-?- 'fJ'TTWS "-" 1 "If- II L'Mnaa;--3n-imjm''e'w"ni ! " i . r t f t i? c ? - i'-"1 UnSESIByY, F0S3 t . . tM .1 1. .!.?- iMrfiii I'iHitoi runnel rnirn Miin.-, timviot work lur', - " OihkI rjuiKiy li' rlmmlirjy work shirt., 411 " " Jtltiti clinlutiray w.rk rltirM, hett quality from!, -lii " ' .m"krn): clisviut shirt, will wear liVu iron. -l " Twilled jmicf" cliiri, bl-fk gnmtid, wliito strips, -13 These N't ibne fltirtit are regular 7ac valuc, and m sn'd bj others. " IiiiiniitrcJ petealu efiirt, "0 " " l-iundired fine percale shirt, T.'ic value, .10 " ' Fine laundered white drew (diirii", CD " i.cts black or mixed color, jer pair, f " " Socks, seamier, 10c gornl, C K.,eVn. Mtii!ec. regular l"ic iroods. per pair. 8 " Lvdics' tainli-M fist black lire1?, per piir, 7 " ttlndow shidcs. ttiIIi dado orfiinge. not cciniron fell, eotnplele, 2") ", Window shades, l-el quality, will not Me, complete 2.1 ' .. ti. . t,. .... 1 , AKik.l 111 miiernnifc loim ao-p. pi-r tu " Cuticle medicinal snip. re...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 March 1898

. f n Jt X) f"'-V L . rial. BEAVER T V'iiimTi 1 Tito Largest Clrcnlntloii nttt OLDEST of nnjr Kcnsitnicr In Wrsv cm Oklahoma. a. wia, AHOMA "Ss NEWSPAPER 9 i JP SS3 VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH io, 1898. n 1 NO. 30. iibllJlLlli if vlr $" , W ) ( rs , ;.V IIIUUUK STANDARD. ' As Wnq state Io tlio Ilr.nAM) of last week, tlio get etui avcrngo to bo mado in cxamiuntlon, by pupils wlio graduate from tho common school?, tins been raised from 80 per cent Io 85 per cunt, thereby bringing tlin education of ibo public schools tn a higher standard. ' This cbangc is a good one. There is no better tiuio for raising tho standard than now. If Oklahoma is to maintain n high rank in educational work, as she teems determined to do, it is well that hho should begin to .progress early, nud this she has been doing. What new territory-or state with equal advantages lias ever inado moro rapid advancement than hu8X)klahoma? While considering other matters, tho has not ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 March 1898

Q "SI II nn The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. KKAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Accokdtso to Surpcon Ocnersl y tsatt, typhoid fever kilts 43,000 Amerl caas every year. Thk war department has decided tc abandon its expedition for the relief of the Klondike miner, there belnjr nc Bcccsslty for ! t- A rARTT of 103 men in Ohio within three weeks killed 7,103 rats, !, Mice, 514 muskrats, 37 moles 5" owls, 25 hawks, S9S sparrows, 7 minks and 1C weasels. A rAKTT of senators and representa tives left Washington recently for a tea-days' trip io Cuba, where they will study closely the present conditions on the Island. A jtett political party has come intc existence in Sioux City, la. The tpir its alls Ls placed a candidate in the lo cal 'mayoralty race, and be has been Informed from the spirit world. It wat asserted, that he will win. Thk Domestic Science club, of St. Ixhjis, proposes to form an organiza tion of domestic servants whose mem bers will be taBghl the real science ol thei...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 March 1898

V Jb' l3-r K-l 44 & S )- U- V 0 ! fit From Clue to Climax. BY WH.I N. HARBCN. 1Ccpvrlhf 1896, by J B tliplncott Co. CHAPTER IV. When Warrenton left Whldby lie went downstairs. Ho Itticiv the room wbcro Wbfdby bad slept Uie precious night, but he found the door closed and locked. Hearing the voices of the undertaker and bis men In Strong's room, be en tered It. The men looked up from the cofllti nt him, nnil Hodson, the under taker, bowed nml snid go ml morning ns Warrenton approached and looked nt the dead man's face. "I've never seen anything like that smile, colonel," snid Hodson, "and I've been In this business overaoyenrs. It was nil I could do to'gct my men to go to work when they first saw him. We tried to close his eyes: but the lids are us btiff ns whalebone." The colonel shuddered at the coarse ness of tliu mail's words, "How do j-ou explain tbo smtle?" he asked, "I can't explain it at nil," answered the undertaker. "I don't think such n thing ccr happened before." .YVn...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 10 March 1898

V o o 9' S tV ? p a' n yiEfH, an FQSS G&SH. Men's Dmiiot Flannel work rdiirt-, ' CWuut work liirf., " Oit"l quality IjIiim chambray work shirts, " Blue ihntnbr.iy work ekirts, licst quality frond, Aiiivlsria ehsviut shirt, will wear liko iron, " Twilled sateen .liirf, blank (.'round, whitfl stripe?, 'J'hcsP ll three shirts are regular J0 Value,-, and m sold by other. I it -.1 Iminnmd percale eliirl, Laundered fine percale shirls, T.'iO value., Pine hundered white drcn shirt, SWU' black or mixed color, per pair, " Suck, seamlcs, 10c goods, " UncU, scamlcs, reulr l.'io i;oods, per pair, Ladies' Maitibsv fait black hne, per pair, Window shales, villi dalo orfilnge, not ccmrron fell, complete, Induw shades, best quality, will not f tdc , complete Ruttermtlk toilet soip, per box (!) c-ikes) t'ulirje medfclml soup, regular price 23c rr cake, per box.... Writing tablets, pen or pencil, I, 3, 0, 8 and 10 cent. t riling piper. good quality, per package quarter ream Knvelopes, 3e per pkg ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 March 1898

m '" T -f ttTK. I &w ? t -?-& (?f i fW-, 8f&F V" --'-- t ", S XJ O J" 'I BEAVER a J Tito Largest Circulation j of nur Ncirxpajicr In Wct ' cm Oklahoma. ' ,41 1 d "r-i"iiin 11' 1 nm-niimiiiiiw innniiiiin 111111111 iinim m riiiwimnw 1 iiviiipmiihm r hh:mii in VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1898. iHM IHM -i J M aiH M v ...... ,;gii:,.,nrv ? r-rr lrb jrtin OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. NO. 40. 1V1 it -a j. !fr 6 HAS SPAIN GIVEN UP ? Chicago 'Tribune Saus She Has Beooed for Peace. Chicago, March 13. A special totho vJ.'ribune I'rnni Wusliingtou says: 'Spain lias shown llio while fiialher. ''tr' "Tho supposed tiauglity Spaniards !liavo at last become impressed with the liostilc preparations of tho United States and havo 'begun negotiations to with draw their troops from Cuba and to re store peace there. A becret agent of tho Spanish government is now in this cnun try for this purpose. "Ho had an interview with President" McK inleyto-duy au...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 March 1898

...J i. i ,,Ci : tS1 - Tlio Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. BEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT, Tx 920 Italian duels last year ono man was killed. Or TOO wen who were recently ex amined for the nary iu New York only 15 were accepted. Tjik London Times In It annual statement, says the drink bill ot the United Kingdom Is nearly $17,500,000 in excess of that In 1S90, avoniRliijr nbout$l!U2 for each man, woman and child. ' At the meeting of the Lumber Deal ers' association at Cleveland, O., a short timo ago, President Charles M. Betts. of Philadelphia, stated that this annual output tit lumber In this coun iry exceeded in value that of all the gold, silver, coal, iron and wheat. CtcmktS all over the country, partic ularly thcmeinlicrsof tlio L. A. W., arc ready to offer their services to the gov crnment in case open hostilities arc de clared between Spain and the United States. Of 107,000 members of the league, fully 00,000, it was estimated, could be called upou. Prisck AJ.BEK...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 March 1898

Ki o X3 4 fc y t ffcr. v? AN OVERWORKED BRAIN. lYom Hie Itecord, Plerceton, Ind, Determined to rise in his chncn profes sion ns nn educator, Krnct Kemper, oi Pierccton, Ind, overtaxed himself niejitally mid physically. Ho vvn ambitious, hi mind was nhvaj uii Id work. I'rom cnrlv morn until late lit night lie (.oidiinwll) pored iiver his IhioU. "burned tlie caudle nl Ixith ends." I'ew persons, cvcn'vvith tlie strongest con- dilutions, can keep up under such a (drain. In addition to his studio, Mr Kemper wn teaching a school sonic three milci from hm home. Klnnlly. In excessive etudv and the exposure of go inn tn and from school in all UifiiiK of weather undermined hi health. lie was taken to his lied with pneumonia and hii overvvoiked hrain ahnntt collapsed. Tor several week he wns seiiously ill. Catarrh had taken root in hi system and hit mind was in n delicate tomlltion. lie was scut to Colorado where he spent three months vithoul receiving anj bene- tit. J lien a n ol e d speciali...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 17 March 1898

" - ''- f - -Vk rO r j K I l r'j o S! I m-HH V JISOWM u u FOS2 O&SH. Men' Dnmet Rwncl work Miirli", 2.i cents ' Clrciint wi.rk .liirti, -' " " Good fjtuliiy btiiu clmmlray work shirt?, J0 " " liluo ehutubray work tlirl, best quality good., -15 " " Aiii'ken cliaviot shirt, will wear like iron, 45 " " Twilled jatcon shirt, bla-.k ground, wliito stripee, !.") " These l three .shirts are regular 73c value, aud m sold by ot litre. " la-iunucrri) pcrc.de diirt, !0 " " Laundered line r.crcalo shirtc, 7.n values, 50 " " Kino laundered white iireM iliiri, 50 " Socks' black or mixed colore, per pair, 5 " " Socks, ecamloui, 1 Co floods, G " ii ili. fniiitf4. regular 15o irood. nar nair. 8 " :u IiAilics' ftainlfM fast black hose, per Window shades, with Jado or fringe, not Window ihadrs, best quality, will not fide, complete M " ll.illern.llli toilet soap, per liox (3 cakes) 10 ' Cuticle medicinal soap, regular price 2.c Writing Ublets, pen or peocil, 1, ',, 0, 8 nnd 10 cent. Writing-piper,...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 March 1898

o V AIFTfWr( W"H( aiwj ?SW a o n uf fj BEAVER M "WW TUt, The Largest Circnlntloa or nnjr Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. THE i" ,fr . Q OLDEST KLAHOMAf MA S3f I -& iil NEWSPAPER. i -i A ttfW Kl, VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1898. o NO. 41. (""Tap HERALD uom ' y riv 4 PROCTOR'S KErOKT. Tho situntion in Cuba as stated to the cnato by Proctor who has just returned from that place is fraught with intense misery, Tho report is not tho least ex oggeratcd. When Senator Proctor went to Cuba, ho went of his own ac cord. His object was to ascertain as nearly as possible the exact condition of affairs there. Ho set out to sco things m they wore, and to learn tho views of practical men as to tho stato of things and it may bo remarked of his report that it is commcndablo in every par ticular. Without attempting to arouso public feeling by sensationalism, without bins of opinion, ho sought to stato tho situation as it appeared to him, after having gi...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 March 1898

'-jasw 1 V O ' pt I, M The Beaver Herald. NOAH PAVES. Publisher. JJKAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. 1 Firrv Texas formers ar- about to go to Guerrero, Mex.t and Jay out a town, to be called "Tho American City." Our exports to England and her colonies last year reached a value of 5608,617,072, or more than half our to tal exports. Ix New York 11 out of every 12 mur derers escape without any punishment and In tbo whole United States only one murderer In 30 suffers capital punishment. rJBKAT Kkitaix'5 naval appropriation for the comlngycar Is over 5109,000,000, with an addition of 0,340 &alloi' Ninety-five war craft are under con struction for her navy and provision will be mado for 11 more of the hcav ily armored class. A TROor of cavalry, composed entire ly of 'tfotnen, Is a Colorado possibility in the tri-iut of war with Spain. Mrs. Martha A. Chute, --"cr-itary of the State Horticultural society, will organize the troop. She Is a fearless eques trienne and handles n gun ver...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 March 1898

M a o 0 i &z WOMAN'S FATb. rrom the Record, Uushnell, HI. No woman islietlcrnblc to jmiU toothers regarding "vvoiiinn'8 fate-'- than Mm. .Incoli iavtr, of lrualincil, 111., Wife of ex City .MurMial weaver Nio lind cutireiv re-covcic-cl from the illncs which kepthri lied fnat much of the tunc for iic 01 uix yearn last, ami t,aj licr lec-ovrry is due tn that well known remedy )r WillininV I'lnk 1'ilU. Mrs. Weaver is iiftjjiv vtais old, and ha lived in Hunhiicll nearly thirty vcars. fcho is of unijueMioncd vcmcit.v and uiiblcm uhedicputation. The story oflici recovery is intercntniK. Hie iaja "1 sulfeied foi lie or six years with the trouble that comes to women at tins tunc of my Ji'C. ! iniuli weakened, wag unalilq much of the time to ilo my own work, and auflered bejoiul my power to describe. I was Uouiihonrted and melancholy. "1 took many different medicines, in fact I took mediriue all the time, but nothing seemed to do me any good. "1 read about J)r William' Pink 1'ills for Ta...

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