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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 March 1898

-fiV Lj ft Ifr UnDERBUY, -UnDEHSELL, FOH CASH. Men's Hornet Flannel work sliirlp, 25 cenls Clicviot work shirtr, -' ' Omul (juallly lilmt clnmbriiy work Miirto, 'M " ' Bin eliaiubniy wink chirm, best quality good?, '" " " Anio.kej? clisvlut fliirt, will wnxr like iron, 4.r " Twilled sateen shirt, blank ground, wliilo irIpi-(, -15 " Tlieso Hit thrrc rliirls arc regular 75c vnluc., and to sold by olIirrF. " J.stinnereil jicrcnle rdilrls, HO " " Laundered fine jicrcalo sliirls, Tflo values, f0 " " Pino Innndercd wbile dress shirt?, & " i Socks' black or mixed colors, per pair, Ti " " Kuckg, BiiamlecH, 10c toodi, G " Suckn, scainleM, regular 15o jjoods, p:r pair, 8 " J,, dies' stainlcM fait black hose, per pair, 7 " Window shades, wllh dalo or fringe, not comtvon felt, complete, 23 " Window shades, hest quality, will not f.idc, complete 35 IiHitcrtnilk toilet soap, per box (!J cakes) 10 ' Cutlolo medicinal snap, regular price 23o per rake, per box. , . . 25 " Writing tablet, pen or ...

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. — 31 March 1898

") "I iSI n' C K4s 7 ..f- o BEAVER HERALD. tfr- ,.l i iV i i " i i ni'iirf. t . Tito Largest Circulation of any Newspaper Iti West ern Oklahoma. mi: r LDL'ST IvLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. . 3 VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, INARCH 31, 1898. NO. 41. a & ki i a t h VERDICT IS TREACHERY CRIMINAL nOf FOUND. 'Naval Board Dobs Not. Fh: tha Responsibility for Disaster. Tlte verdict or the Maine court of in q iry ttas been announced It is trench vry. The statement was given out at tlio White House last Friday after a meeting or the Cabinet at which the re port was considered. The statement ic as follows: "Tlio boatd of inquiry into tho loss of the Maine finds that the explosion which destroyed tho Maine was from the out side, arid does nut fix the responsibility for the disaster. It does not express an opinion as to the character of the explo sion, but the testimony goes to show that it was a powerful submarine mine, the exact character of which Is not deter mined by...

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. — 31 March 1898

yq;'-wtqEYmt Tawy ' "Wi$S?ft r ? Wl" ' n rfT" " f nv-"Sr'' -,T p jf"' ffrj 'TyJTJws- ' m "M-ffjS ft The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. 3JEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. SHIP yards In tho United States will Foon bo at work on throe new battle ships to cost $0,000,000 each. SixnETAnv Gahe say tho financial resources of the government arc equal' to any drain which a war could bring. TliE famous St. llcmard do, Le I Prince, recently on exhibition at the kennel show at Kansas City, Ma, has been old by his owner, C. A. Pratt, of Little Itock. Ark., to Frank J. Gould, son of the- late Jay Gould, for 810,000. As American inventor has recently' discovered a method by which liquid air may be produced by the gallon at small cost, and now that It has been brought within general roach itc future developments will be noted with Interest. Tiik St. Louis llepublic fcaya that several days ago It excited the interest of Its readers by reproducing two pictures which were transmitted from Key ...

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. — 31 March 1898

"VV1??xP f (T yrKir tfrii'm rf -" w . Q o IV , O SL 1 From Clue io Climax. DY WILL N. HARDEN. tCopyrlcht 1896, by J. tl. Llrplncott Co ciiaiti:ii vnr.co5Ti.MjED. The detective picked up tlio watcr Jiifj pot anil emptied ubout a quart or titer on tho protiud. "Von ought to iia.pfhen that to jour thirsty plants," he Raid. "It Is the first tlinu I hate left water In It, sir," njwlotjized Itobcrt. "1 sup pose I u tin iibs,eiit-iiiim1ed yesterday." ".So i ou linx e not used It to-day V" "Xo, sir." "Well, that's all," oald Hendricks, turning to the mayor. "11 Is a ery per plexing case Indeed," ".Shall I telephone my men?" asked rapt Welsh. "Don't you think -wo ought to take some steps to catch the fellow?" "Sal yet," replied Hendricks; and, vullJng by Welsh, he nudged him sharply with his elbow, "lint wo can jo into the. house out of the sun." As they started to the house Hen dricks dropped back with Fred Wal ters and Ills wife, but she went forward and joined her mother When they cro In ...

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. — 31 March 1898

flww 0 ) , J :! i ) uniiv, - FOR SASH. Men Dome! runnel work shirts, ' C'licvi i work fliirt!t II II C "ill quu'iiy blue cliNin'irrty wur1: hirt, JJlue thsubray wi-rk -'ilr, bc.it quality trnods, M Aiifflcm: chsvlut shin, will near lie iru, Twilled t.atcen shirt, blank (.round, uliitu stripes, Thcso l three iliirt! arc regular 7f)o values, and n!d by oirter. " J.nuniiered pnrcnle shirt, " Latindeiuj Gnu percale shirts, 75c v ilocn, Kino Istindered white dres shiriH, 11 $o U1 black nr mixed color.-", per pair, " Souks, seamless, 10c flood, Sock, seamless, regular 15a jjoods, per pair, Lxdies' fluitile."i fast bltck liif.c, per pair, Window shades, with dal. or fringe, i.ol comron fell, complete, Window shades, heat quality, will nol Me, ciroplele IliitternilU lolict soap, per box (II cakes) O.itlrte medicinal snap, reulir price 2.'c per cuke, per box.... Writing tahlols, pen or pencil, I, 5, 0. 8 nd 10 cent. Writing paper, good quality, per pickaga quarter rem Envelopes, lie 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. — 7 April 1898

J (h O -w r7 5 . BEAVER t The Largest Clrcalotlo:i of an j Newspaper lnlVcst rrn OMnliomn. TUB o LDEST KLAilOMA KCWSP&FEH. &. L.wamw inmnmimiiiMLjiui imsi'iin ,Hmia.jiu rt o VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1898. NO. 43 L2 ' t abrB1' " ' te p A small party of Spnniards has leca arrested At Guerrero, Mexico, charged with plotting n fiUbiHterim movement into Ta. The entire population of Spain might move into tho jono Star etatc, and there would still be left ample room fur the accommodation of millions of long horns. Any conceivable number of filibusters would bo swallowed up ir revocably in tho immensitieo of Texan. Inter Ocean. Miss Lillian Dell, who is visiting r liUropo for the first time, recording her impressions and observations iu The Ladies' Homo Journal, writes from Ber lin to the April number of that maqizioo, that "it would be utterly inipos'ibla for the American girl to bo moro exquisitely misunderstood than slio is by the Fren...

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 April 1898

1 u The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES, Publfs-er. BEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Bnxiir it's population now avcrair 565 to the square mile. Oa that basts, tbe St. Laais Globe-Democrat says. Missouri can accommodate over ., CM. It I laterestlag to Bote at this tia tint the coast Hae of tbe ".Bited States, according to toe coast servej. embraces ..l miles, indadteg miles en toe AUaatf, L oa the ialf of Mexico and UK en the Paciae. The confederate soldiers In Atlanta. Gs.. wfc!h wis beilt largely throarh the efforts of toe late Heary W. Grady, bas beca advertised fee sale, as there was so asoaer fortatotatag to support it aad toe state hod refaei to receive it, liraursrse oa the th of Jam Mtl waiskee will celebrate the semi centen nial of WTtmses adroit oo as a state into the setae, and elaborate Tt?vtt-alJniui ii Ma" mael for the display which will he iaaagarated by 1 President M-KiuJey. i XLxs. McKtTtxr is son- undergoing -massage treatment. -The president lias employed everythin...

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 April 1898

fp t a .. "v k j 4 a CIRCUS KINGS. The Sells ItroUicrV Unmlilnrd show OnuilUK Sunn. Tlie circus will soon be lichs again. The robin, the street organ, tlie circus, arc mrc harbingcii of spring. Kvcrrone likes to sec the Rtrcct parade. Hut behind the glitter, the pomp, the confusion ol paraphernalia, the uaiidv tramlines, the rnatlv pnnitinse. the princely display, is a wear nnd tear of nerve torccs, a drain ol vitality not gcncrally considered. 'J he man agers of the Bells Broth era' immense sIkvas take I'c-ni-na. They take it because it is nerve food, brain food, blood nutrition and strctipth-giver. In n re i cent letter to Dr. Hart man, Mr. Peter Sells sas: "I would not be without IV ni-n in tnv Mr. Peter Pll, ('olumbus, Ohio. travels. My business as advertising agent of our immense consolidated show keeps mc constantly on the go, with change of cli mate nnd diet. 1 find lVru-na an admirable remedy to correct these evils." Mr. Kph. Sells also writes the Doctor as follows: "Your l'...

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 April 1898

TPpB ""TPfWW" T'-s -r"-" -r -" ' 'T'sP""' "TW7 "-"""SWS "wwft. n ' TfS" :r r ? f il r , $ to I t. r r r i- II. ii -aei I MMHM.UJUJIM'"""'''""'''J'"J'''t""J'M"llt whuy as 53 ? FQF GAS .Mcii's Dmuet Flannel work eliin, Cheviot w.itk Wr ' flood uHy u.'tta hmhry work litrt., " Ulue cliatubwy work ldr, le-t ijusliiy .nod', " AmVe-air ehsv.nl )tln, will wear KVo iron, Twilled sateen shirt, black ground, white stripe, These U"t tlirws sliiris ate regular 7 5e value., uod sold by other. ' 1,-tunurred percale .hirt, ' J.iundered fine percale ltitt, 7fe values, Fine Itundcred while. drcs shirt, " Sucks' blaeV or mixed color, per pair, " S'oV, seamlt", lOo pood, " Sols, seamle", regular 13c i:rnd, per pair, 1,-ulle.V stainless fast btack lifr, per pair, Window ilu-les. with da-ln or fringe, not ccmn-on fell, complete, Window l.ide-t, letl quality, will not fide, complete tlntlerniils. toilet sp. rer hex (H cUrs) Cullele mullein! sotp. regular price 23s per nake, per box. . . . Writing tablets,...

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 April 1898

- tfswwiPW!!f,fSiSW 13 i r, v. ST 1. 1 u u IS ,1 Tho Lnrjjost Clrrulntlnn of nny Keivspnpei' In West j rru OklAlmmn. ' cm: 'OLDEST .-21 KLAHOMA UEWS!PAPf2. :wJSyjL"JJ-lJ'Jiciwgx)i..otjj rwaiwmJUwimm:iiTa tm'L.Mwj;wiwtm.niJPmJi M-lJ..riJ1..Mllllll.lJlllJLllL..I..M1...--.-. ,.......M-.--.- , , IIIJHIHUUJU) .j,.,. imrtwatwcBCiJii1 VOL. XI. yH BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMAfERRlTORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 189S. jMQ. 44" "Sir t wir ' ' -r r.-tw-nFTf my ithifT, SSHHHKH i r k rr Cottiiiits.doiiciV I'roceodinss. l!eutrO. T. April 4, 1B'8. Tlis Hoard of County Coinnilsl'iiicro met in Tegu'nr KCssHni la ofllci of Oiutily Clrk tit one o'clock I'. M. All uwmbets present, lloivnid In" Iho clinlr Tho tallowing stoclc urmidi w h, approved I y llio Hoard. G. Iotson,7 Drminectrdon rl.ht shoultlir 'ofliorcs and riftiit Mdoof cattle. J.N. Oiny, It Lross coi ntcteil on left side or hip o rattle. ltlclicrU ( r.iblror, 11 C on Ictt slda f otitic. Wlll.T. lIUKhts, lnrylliii IciUliIjIi horos and lift hip t....

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 April 1898

i 'i Hi .1 n U il I r I 1 k i, t i W i; m err: Tho Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE3. Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. New Voitit's legislature ha pawd a. law forbhldlne; false ami mi-deadiD- advertising In newspapers. SrAJ" lias a debt now of St. 709.066, 000, with an Interest charge of 3105, 000,000 and a national income of about S1W.000.00O Tiik exports of the United Stat. in 197 were over a billion dollars, and the value tf manufactures exported was S2T9,010,S'JS, or 20 per cent, of the whole. WmtlX the past few months some of the leading business men a,id finan ciers of the United States have felt it worth their while to discuss the feasi bility of establishing telopfcotw- on section between this country and Ureal Britain. , Sam. W. Weimikbo, of lialUiBora, JI4, is the chairman of a eommlttee to raise funds anion? schoolboys to bt"IM a great battleship to be called the American Boy. This movement has stirred np the patriotic schoolgirls of that place and they propose to pot...

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 April 1898

(T to b f -J s t From Clue to Climax. BY WILL N. IIARBLN. ICupyrlcht o6. by J- B- Upplncoil Co. ClUi;TEIl XL-Continued. SJuwly nrnl cautiously tliey descended ilio stnlrs. At Wliidb.v's iloor the lijimo 'iststoiiprd.lield.niliUJmtidvvarnliiKly, wnt his body forward, and stood mo tionless lov about two minutes. Wnr rcnton did not know whether he was Jstcnlng for a sound wlthtn or concen trating his hypnotic power on Whldby. In the -dim .moonlight that fell through liie frosted glass of the front door, tho colonel could sec the doctor's forehead mis -wrinkled, and his massive brows drawn together. Then tho hypnotist Mood erect, took udcep, full breath, and said: "lie's till right-now, comcln." He turned the doorknob and entered. Whidby -was lying on his side. In the white light from without, his face looked pale and thin. The doctor bent over hlin and said, softly, but Impera tively: "Sleep! sleep! you are sleeping now deeper and deeper. Ah, there you L'ol" Then, to the great astonish...

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 April 1898

xs -rtrt-r-:. : m wrfR rryc'jwrKggr'utrrvKnyrjs;?rtyti ilMMranr ti'Anm ci.9u fa lo iftf- c I?" U Tt 0 ' ; sa: A 1 1 V ran fej I n FOFB MWs D mrr-l Finn""! woik -liirta, ,i Chwicii wntk aldr, " l)....d inliiy I. phHtn"iray wntk ahirn, S Iiiin c)ininliry ufc cU-hrta, bwt i'inlliy jil- Atifi"ke chavlnt fdutt, vri'! war liko iron. ) 'J willed .aten alitrt, lilnnS; ground, wMtotil;tH, Thet lat i lino iddrtfl are s t ' L-ntilir il i cu ill' hliiri, l.-itintUrid line inrcnli ahiilH. "."i? rnlee. 1 Fitii Imin I nil nliSio ilrtM S.'. icktt' l ' k oi mixed nulors, S..d.s, temnlc", ruUr iro.'ftmlj, par pair, Lulu' MiiiiileiH fiwt bluck linn?, per pnir. in 1 iw sha les. wtth dado bt frin&, ) Umiiuw hades, ImmiI quality. HI net Huiie rnulk loHel -atp, par lx (3 aaaaa) ('jttele meHotiml snap, reutar pliee 25a tt oak, lr IK ruing iblcm. pan r penall, 4, 5, 0, 8 and 10 wnl. V riilng piper, grtod .aliiy. per pscJtrtgn ifmrlpr rs-am 15 Pn-elope. He ptr pkg. I'm nullity JCXXX envelope per pkg. 8 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. — 21 April 1898

O 7 o !7 Tj . 1 7" fJISTfcs, 4 r 4.4 Tho Largest Clrcnlntion of any Newspaper In West ern OKlrJtomn. OLDEST a j PlEWSPAPEfl. ti VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1893. NO. 45. ex ic- iu HAVE DECLARED YAR. RECOGNITION STRICKEN OUT. In (he House, 810 to 0, in tho Scuntc, ii to 5. Washington, April 19. After one of the hardest iought battles between tlib two bouses known in many IjeArs, con gress nt on early hour Ibis morning came lo an agreement upon tbo inoH moment ous question it bas dealt with in a third of a century. The Cuban resolution was passed and will bo rent to tbo President this morn ing. Its provisions mean tho expulsion of Spain from the island of Cuba by tho armed forces of tbo United Statu), There were many roll calls in both bouses, and t.ich body held tenaciously to its own resolution. Tho conferees had great difficulty in agreeing. Tbo first conference showed n determination on tho part of tho bouso not to yield a uing'a point, a...

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 April 1898

sr i K- ;i no 1 n The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. BRAVER. OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Miss Jes-ue E. Paiiklr was recently elected mayor of Kcndrlck, la., nftcr a spirlU-d contest. Her opponent was one of the most popnlnr men in the city. - The president of the New York "Mer chants and Manufacturers' Hoard of Trade savs tho Cuban war In three years has" cost the United States ?3t7, 000,000. .. Tiiebk is soon to be a Greater Jersey City, composed of the whole of Had eon county, N. J., which inclndes eight suburbs of New York on that stde of the river. FontT-SKVEX women, 18 of them -married, were graduated with the law class of the New York university the other day. Women lawyers are said to be especially in demand In tho wom on suffrage states. The president of tho American Splr Its company In New York recently de clared that there was an unprecedented demand for spirits for drinking pur poses and ho attributed tho increased thirst of the masses to the excitement over our tro...

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 April 1898

-nf i isi m President McKinley's Message to Congress Reviews the Intoler able Conditions in Cuba. IN PAYOR OF ARMED INTERVENTION. Ak the Use or Armyuml Naiy to 1'nclfy the Island Opmees l'rearnt Itrcognt tlon of Ciilian Independence The Mntne Cntiiatrnphn Mnilen I'art of the Indict ment Agnlniit Spain. "Wakhhjoton, April 13. The presi dent yesterday sent the, followlnp; mes Mtgo to the congress of the United States: Oheilleiit to thnt precept of tlio constitution which commands the president to (fUo from time to tlmo tho congress Information of tho Mnlo of tho union and to recommend to their consideration such measures a ho shall JuiIro . nocessnry and expedient. It becomes my duty now to address your body with regard to tho Kriivo crisis that has arisen In tho relations of tho United States to Spain by reason of the warfare that Tor moro than thrco oirs has riigctl In tho neighboring Island of Cuba. I do mi because of tho Intimate connection of tho Cuban question I th tho stnto of ...

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. — 21 April 1898

wary--1 T b-st .iijwj,"i'"w-i$ -irww'i d pan ".!W V PHWP'V? ir II 1 m.iM4i.iu linrm'juim.u.ij. 'iiju'iiuj. iCTairiMuijijrpw,'prt.'i.i.'t.t,t:'iiiA"risJt.w.'Hi LinnfRRUY E3EI Meh'n Burnet I'l.inocl work shirts, " Cheviot work stilrlK, ir il Good qunllty bltlu ohutnliray work shirts, R.luo uhumbfAy work tlilrM, best quality roodn, AinejAeng chsvint shirt, will wear like Iron, Twilled t-nreeti shirt, black ground, white strlpi, Tlicso lost three shirt?; aic rcguljr 7fe values, and ki) hold by oilier?. L-iunuered pctcalo shirts, .11111 dared line pcrcnla shirts, 7.c values, Pine luiindorcd white dross sliirt, Souks' black or mixed colors, par pair, S'icko, seamlcw, lOo goods, Socks, seamless, rr-guhir liio goods, per puir, it it it ii a ii L (dies' Mninlass fast black hose, per pair, Window shades, with dado orlrlngo, tint coimron Tall, complete, Window ftindrt, best quality, will not fide, coiuplclo. ...,... niillcrtnflk toilet aoip, per box (.1 ci.es). . ..,,.....' C-.itlclo medlclnil...

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 April 1898

D i Cj ? ,v - v! EAVER JsrOj ' ' '"t run ( ODDEST NEWSPAPER. Tlio Largest Circulation 1 t"f of nuy NowKpapcr In West em OM.thomn. U UIW.I m IIM M KFWB naanamn VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1898. NO. 46. ti fv 4ft MflBr rf1 WAitiN i:a.uxi:st. Tlio war between tlio United States and Spaiu U no longer n mailir of proph ecy. Casting iwiiy all double and pos c-ibilitica, it dikes. tuotlitr fuiin. It las become a frtcru icality, in which (he naliuu feels a tenso ot relief, uvun though it is n tiling grave to contemplate. 'Jlio period preceding this opening 6T Hostilities had btiu onu ol mspenso to this country, People wcro eager to leuru whether Ihire should bu war or nut. They had uontciupl.itcd with deep vuiuti'jn the loss of the Maine, tho de struction of which occurring as it did was u hurd h'ow (0 bear, and when ut last the declaration of war was mudo it was but natural for them to feel relieved, tlio relief Using first manifested by cen tral ...

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 April 1898

TS y Tprw-f -T VVTrTf "(T-!-,5r'- 'WWflHi',.Tr--'J ' -TJIPM5 r i- -py m , I I. i ? t Tho Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVES, Publisher. HEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. It is cstinintcd that a one-hour fight lictwccn two modern llrst-clnss battle, blilps will cost gl.BOO.000. Dn. T. DiiWiTT Tai.maok lins tie clarcd that both Spain nml Turkey ought to bu wiped ofT the mop. O.V tho Itussinn government's now railroad in Siberia tho faro for immi grants has been put at 51.60 for 1,200 miles and S3. 10 for -i.000 inlleb. If tho torpedo boat is such a dread ful tiling to contemplate, tho SU Louis Republic says, why should wo not abandon our cruisers and battleships altogether find go in for nothing but torpedo flotillas? Hkniiy Orionoic, ton of the great hinglo taxcr, has been in San Francis co, gathering material for a biography of his father. Following the cxamplo of his sire, ho will dovote himself to tprcadlng tho slnglo tax idea. A Washington dispatch stated the other day that President McK...

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 April 1898

J I . ' ft' is THE AMERICAN BOOK COM. PANY VINDICATED. The suit for libel brought by the American Hook company against the Kingdom Publishing company In the United States court at .Minneapo lis, Minn., for the publication of a pamphlet entitled "A Foe to Amer ican Schools," by George A. Gates, president of Iowa college, Grin nell, la., In which the American Dook company was charged with bribery and corruption In securing the use of Us school book publications by teachers and school oftlcers throughout the country resulted In a verdict of libel against the Kingdom Publishing company, and the jury awarded the American Book company substantial damages. The teachers ami tflmr.1 .vm.. throughout the wliole country are in terested in this vindication of the American Book company, because the pamphlet Intimated that many of them accepted bribes from the agents of this company, and as its publications are used in a very large majority of the public schools, it Is surely gratifying to the ar...

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