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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 28 April 1898

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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. — 5 May 1898

!gr " "WW, l-" ryr v-rfvcqysqm MpP ,V" rsvy . TJ" t nut mar ,' 'f jywwiWWryjwg'Tiityy ' amaMf yppgf"5- ywnwT O ' a tf V Ci In -i a Tlio Largest Circulation of nnr Jiorrspnpcr In West cm OklAhomn. run f OLDEST KLAI10MA' NEWSPAPER. BKPCHRnsvs VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1898. NO. 46. S 4 '" vis: :9P' :) 1 X', 2 M 3$rr" 4 i'i ' m Vs r ii VICTORIOUS. Commodore Dewmj Has Added a Glorious Chapter to the Historu of the American Navu. . SPANISH FLEET-BADLY CRIPPLED. The U. S, Sauadron Destrous Spain's Ships at Manila Manilla Has Piobablr Surrendered lo Admiral Dower. Tclcfrraphto Details. Associated Frees Dispatches. London, May 2. The details of the battle at Manila Lave been re ceived at the British colonial office They came in two cable mossagos, re ceived yesterday evening, the sub tance of which has beon furnished to the Associated Press by the offi cials to-day. SPANIARDS FIRED FIRST. The first cable dispatch announces that tho United States fl...

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. — 5 May 1898

"""ja ja r IH ir I If h 4 i r kO h The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVF.9, Publisher. OJRAVER, OKIiAIIOMA. T CURRENT COMMENT. HolIj (IgliU linvo been nrrtuifjcil !n all tho lnrpo towns of Spain, tlio pro cecils of which tiro toba devoted to tlio national tlcfcnso fund. The proprietor of n, cycle track tit Co ney Island, N. Y.i reported that ho has lind 18,000 cycles stalled :it Ills estab lishment on thrco clear Sundays so far tliis hcason. A stamp tax on bank checks, it was Stated, will bo decidedly productive, ns ono bank in Jfow York nlono pays 1A,000 checks daily, which at ono rent each would yield tho government SIM, or 845,000 a year from ono bank. It becomes more- mid more- evident . that Germany will follow Kngland's lead in tho treatment of delicate ques tions of international law, especially concerning commerce on tho high seas, rather thuu the lead of Austria or 1'Vanco. It lins been officially announced that Germany will shortly bcpln laying a separate cable to tho United Stains...

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. — 5 May 1898

o 8J O ty PHYSICIAN'S LETTERS. To Dr. Ilnrtmnn Whnt the Sleillcnl I'rofcmtluu Thinks of I'c-rn-nn. D. T. Nlehart, M. D., Nebraska City, Neb. I am o well pleased with the works of Pe-ru-na in the numerous cases I have been using it during the past two years that I can not refrain from informing you of the good results obtained. I deem it useless to detail every case (for they nre ninny) in which I have used and prescribed this remedy, hut I will say that I have never been disappointed in result. I have used, not dozens, but hun dreds of bottles. I am a phvsician of G8 years' constant practice and always willing .a recommend anything of service to suf fering humanity. I'e-ru-na stands first and foremost in my estimation of all proprie tary medicines. , , D. P. Nleharl, M. D. J. W. Sanders, M. D., of Itogue, N. C, writes: "Many proprietary medicines have found their way into public favor, but in ijy opinion Pe-ru-na is uncqualcd by any of them. Composed of the best drugs, that act pcci...

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. — 5 May 1898

tv . 7f y vmn" M . Ife l :" ir ix r lltlWHIWW II II IWIIIII INI I ' HM1IMMMIII1I WllWBkBWMWIIMWMMI .IX I UnDERBUY, FOSrS CASH. Mnn'n Tlninr.!. I'lannel work sltirls. 25 cents Clmviot wnrk shirts, i fluncl nualitv liliiu clismbrav " IJIuo cliambray work shirts, best quality goods, 45 " Amoskeag clisvlot shirt, jvill wear like iron, 45 " 'I'tvillctl sateen shirt, black prounil, white stripes, 45 Thcso Isst thrcfl rililrtB aro regular 75b values, uud so sold ly others". " Lauotir-rcil pcrcaio shirts, 30 Laundered fino percale shirts, 75o values, 50 " Fino laundered white dress shirio, 50 Socks' hlack or mixed colors, per pair, 5 " Socks, seamless, lOo poodi, 0 " Soclw, seamiest", regular 15o joods, per pair, 8 Indies' stainless fast black lioio, per pair, 7 Window shades, wllh dado or filngo, not comrron felt, complete, 25 Window slmdcs, best quality, will not fade, completo 35 ltuttcrmllk tolled soap, per box (0 cakes) 10 Cuticle mcdlclniil soap, regular prlco 25o per cako, per boi . ...

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. — 12 May 1898

1 HW( U rpXtZt u iftj i x '- bilk fc ?4. ....-' Tho Largest Circulation of aByNcwsprnpcrlii West ern Oklahoma f OLDEST :' IfrL AHOSfA !'. '" 1"o-' "O Newspaper: vol. xi. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY NO. 47. ;, o Ays BEAVER flea . H BBi ajsjaak aajBi SjBj '- aBs -- - HERALD. 12, 1898. ' , '--- ml t IK- )' .'.,- . t 4 : . .-- They Lost 1,200, Bnt tho Number of Spaniards Ktilod is Supposed (0 bo Underestimated. On the Verge of a Reyolt. INSURGENTS ABE ACTIVE. " Natives Plundered. tToases Near Cat He. - Tho latest news from Manila esti mates tho Spanish loss in the late lmttlo at oyer 1,200. Admiral Dewey cared for about 250 wounded Span iards. As soob as the natives learned that tbe Spaniards had been drive- out of Cavito they began coming in crowds to pillage. Finally they became bo , bold as to attack tho hospital, and it was uecessary to either send a guard of American seamen to protect the wounded or transfer them to Manila. The latter was done Wednesday...

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. — 12 May 1898

""J'llfW1 V"l"H'"iW3:'-' lqHWVWT 'WW',?? tWT'C - ' I -- "" . If 7"Iv,ttJ''T,TV r ui" r M In I h L w & 'fc. I if I . - Tho Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE9. Publisher. OBEAVKR, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. At Handy Hook n searchlight 1ms "been mounted measuring SOO.OOO.OWI candles. Tiik post ofllco department has com pleted arrangements for the distribu tion und collection of mail to out troops that fro to Cuba. -. . . i Tub New York Produce exchange grunted leave of absence, with pay, to employee who enlisted In the war against Spain, and ngrccd to give one year's f nil pay to the family of any of the number Who may die or be killed in the scrvic;. VitAxtis Mrnrnv, tho temperance npostlc, announces that he will go to Cuba -with the United States army and help the cause along by cheering the men and helping them to withstand the rarages of fever without tho uso of intoxicants. Ciikmists of tho Glucose Sugar llcfin. ing company, a recent Chicago d Ispatch stated, claim to have discovered...

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. — 12 May 1898

u v- T V f 1- x f. ),S l' .i. From Clue to Climax. DY WILL N. HARDEN. Copyrltht i8, ty J. U. Llrrlncolt Co. ciurTnn xvi. cosTixoED. Hendricks sprang Into Utc hall mid taught, the girl's arm. 'Where's his room?" he nsked, under his breath. "Seconil floor Imok," answered the Rlrf. Hendricks turned to the doctor. "Quick!" ho snld. "Follow me." .Mrs. Chntnpticy'a mind, hovecr, had ncted with the rnpldlty of lightning. She ran Ixjtwccn Hendricks and the fool of the stairs, and, with outstretched arms stood In his way. "Whnt has he done? What are you going to do with him?" sheald. "He is my brother, and " "Pardon met I must do ill" and Hendricks caught her arm, rushed her linck towards the hall door, and signal ing to Dr. Lampk'.n, who had deter mined to be as agile as his friend, sprang up the stairs. HehdrickM was a. active as a greyhound, and he was "half way up the (light before the doctor had started. Dr. Dampkin caught Up with him at the closed door of the back -room on the M'cond f...

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. — 12 May 1898

'iipx'TP'j1- p p X&Vgts tam it ' I 9 -it ) IT S3 LORING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR $1 DOTTLE, Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c, for$l Bottle Tlicc are spring medicines wliielt wo (luarutilee to jjivo saiisfacs linn, or refund tlio money Wo liavo sold nenrly one hundred bot ties this spring, and not one Ins been returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, White lead IMeetl , Oil, JtiDhiilfe "Oils, Etc, We also havo Fish Lines, Bass JfooJcs, Gen trine Bamboo 1'oles, Etc., which will hold thooe big -fish which are always getting away. We a,rc not undersold at home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. Bonvur, Oklahoma? 71, THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., f SOLICITS YOUll ZBTTSIItTESS. UroiuiK n mil. cit. President, Canadian, Texa. KoliKltT Moody, Vlco President, Canadian, Tejtas. John (tKur.AUll,Ciislilcr, Wooduard, Oklahoma. O. II. Oakky, Ass't Cashier, Woodwnrd, Okln. UOIlUKHTONm'.KTH: Natioxai. iumc Hank, New York. National Hank ok Commmicp, Knu- s is City, Mo. Kansas Nationai Hank...

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. — 19 May 1898

a r JAv? 5j BEAVER TKE Tho Largest Circnlntton ornnjr Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. ELDEST KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. !' CO I ui''a4?llnaldlTW VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1898. NO. 48. ' I rVa I t A HERALD .1 . !& iw-: ) j We Don't Know JustJWliere WB .AE .A.T. American Lauding L'nrtjr Is UunMo to Land Supplies Cnr Cubans. Anothar Spanish Gunboat, Taken bu Deweu. MADRID CABINET RESIGNS. London, May 16. It is considered in London that the Washington board of strategy has a difficult problem to teolvo on account of the moves of tho Spanish squadron. It is recognized that Spain's strategy will do her nd good in tho end, but tho war will bo xnoro prolonged than was at first ex pected and it is believed that the in vasion of Cuba may prove a difficult matter. Capo Haytien, Hayti, May i5. Tho squadron of Admiral Sampson paBSod Capo Haytien to-day. It is uncertain whether it will turn south ward to meet tho Spanish fleet) or go first to Key West. Cura...

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. — 19 May 1898

ifyi" " ii" , n..iww".i infJNi."""fc,'Wi'ii 'y .J., tl i m, .. IKfP D P ? l I & li k V r. hi M SB I' J ? I' i r i Tlio Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. BEAVER, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. UsDEn the new army bill the pay of a private soldier will be 11 a month In time of peace and S 15.60 a month daring wan Tnctvir department recently cstl mated that congress would hare to ap propriate 3151,000,000 for the army be fore Jt adjourned. Itxurots, -with a population of a little less than 4,000,000, supports more news papers than Spain does with a popula tion of 16,000.000. Kavai. CoxmtrciOM Hicutxm ha decided to send a Teasel to the Philip pines laden with machinery to raise the sunken Spanish warships and over haul tbem for our nary. Tun board of trustees of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania has decided to oiler undergraduate courses tor wom en in every way equal to those now oen to men and whtch arolo lead to the same degrees given to the latter students. I'aor. O. IL Or.EASOX, ...

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. — 19 May 1898

IN jf' r p nwwqirj a f & Y 4 INSPIRING SLOGAN. "Remember the Maine" the Battle cry .That Urged Dewey's Men on. Complete Story of the llrllllant Naval Vic tory nt Manila from One Who .Stood Itrslile Ailm Dewey IZstlmatn of Spanish laitirn. Nkvt Yomt, May 0. The New York Herald lias received n detailed account of Dewey's victory from Us correspond ent at Manila, who stood besido A dm. Dewey during the fight, under date of May 1, by way of Hong Kong, May 7. The complete dispatch is as follows: Not one Spanish fin? flics In Manila bay to flay. Not one Spanish warship floats except ns our priio. Moro than 200 Spaniards dead and WO to TOO wounded attest the accuracy ot tho American Are. Commodore Dewey attacked tho Spanish position at Cavlto this mornlnp. Ho swept 11 vo times along the lino and scored one ot tho most brilliant successes In modern warfare. That our loss Is trifling adds to the plcosuro ot lctcry without detracting from Us value. Tha number of hjts our vessels received ...

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. — 19 May 1898

Ill-' Q ' 1 " LOSING'S SARSAPARILLA, Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c. forSl Bottle These are spring nifdicioea winch we guarantee lo gue satisfae-. lion, or refund tho money. We bare told near! one .scdred bot tles this ptop, od B6t oos bis been returned WE ARC HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil, JMine Oils, Etc. We also have Fish Zincs, Jiass Hooks, Gen uine Bamboo Poles, Etc., which will hold thooe big fish which are always getting aivay. We arc nob undersold- at home, at the rail road, or anyishcre else. C TEACT, Beaver, Oklahoma THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS YOUR BTJSIITE3SS. G to koh ar.Kl.AClt, President, Canadian, Tcxat. Itoncirr Moody, VJc President, Canadian, Teaav. Jons GfcHt-ACir, Cashier, Woodward, Oklalioma O. II. Cafky, Asa'l Cashier, Woodward, CORHKHPONIJENTSj Naiioxai, Pauk Baxk, New York National Baxk or CoMMr.ucK.Xan- sisClty.Mo. Kamiak Natiohai IIaxk, Wichita, Kausas. Can- aiiIAS VALJ.ry Mask, Canadian, Texiu. erald. envtr PUBLISHED KVEIl...

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. — 26 May 1898

n .r ""? . V Tho Largest Clrcnlntlon of nny Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. ritic OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. -1 s dViii- it j t fir2s-0 i VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898. NO. 49. T rzB2jms& m&WBPfxv.ir tWfJfMirittSZ mz- I M. J No News Mau Be GooOews. If So We Have the Best. Sampson "Supposed" to be Close to tho Spanish Fleet. Schley "Supposed to bo at San tiago do Cuba. The Oregon "Supposed" to bo Near Koy West. We "Suppose" Wo Wilt Hear ot a Cri-iit Niunl Battle This Week. All news pertaining to tbo move ment of our land and naval forces rtro bo closely censored that notbing of importance is published. This state of aftVirs will exist until! after our troops and supplies aro landed in Cuba, or tbo Spanish fleet is captured or destroyed. Tbo headlines ubovo describo tbe situation so far as nctu-.il rrar news is concerned. All sorts of rumors aro flying, but all is conjecture. From nil that con be gathered as to the whereabouts oi the...

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. — 26 May 1898

IP 'r in hi I i u The Beaver Herald. NOAH PAVES. Publisher, CBEAVER-, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. The Spanish premier recently stated that in 25 years Spain had spent 34M, 000,000 on fortifications. TnEgreat Irish-bred raeehorse Gallee More has been sold to the Russian gov ernment, for 8125, OOfl. The animal was the rst horse to win the English Derby. Afteb the United States troops shall embark for Cuba and the campaign against the Spanish forces is fairly on some of the most famous evangelists in the country will follow and active evangelical work among the soldiers will be begun. Kev. Thomas Ewixo SurxuAX, of the Society of Jesus, the son of the late Gen. W. T. Sherman, has been ap pointed chaplain of the Fourth . Mis souri regiment of volunteers. Almost nil the men of the regiment were said to be Catholics. "What has become of all the bullet proof clothing and armor which were to prominently discussed and experi mented with when the possibility of war was1 scorned, now that hostil...

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. — 26 May 1898

V t - r T From Clue to Climax. DY WILL N. IRP.BEN. tCopyflfiht i8q6, try J. U. Llpplncott Co) CILVrTEIt XVIII.-Costinued. "lie recognized mo, nntl singled me out with n bow nud a smile, then stepped down from the stoge und held out his hnnd cordlolly, " 'I nm glnd to meet, you, Mr. Hen dricks,' ho said. 'I hope my talk will not bore you; that Is, if you have de cided to let me make it.' " '(io ahead, by all means,' I replied. I shnll be interested.' "lie thanked me, and went back on the stage. He talked for 20 minutes In n very eloquent, smooth way about hypnotism, and called several men up to bo hypnotized. He made them do a number of laughable things, and then nsked them to tnke their seats in the midlcnce. While he was doing this, 1 saw a change come over his face that I could not Interpret. He seemed to be come depressed. He leaned forward, with a hand on each side of his table, and t.ald: Xow, gentlemen, I nm going to show you n mechanical arrangement that will Interest you.' T...

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. — 26 May 1898

B- WRING'S SARSAFARIIiIiA, 75 CT8. FOR $1 DOTTLE, Kalamazoo Celem Corapounfi, 75c, for$i Bottle Tlicio nro sprine; medicines wliicli wo guarantee to pivo tatiTCi lion, or refund (lio tiioiioy. Wo bnvo sold nearly ono hundred bot tles this ("l'linjr, nnd nut-ana hm been returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Joints, 1 Wliile Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Etc, Wc also have Fish Lines, Bass Books, Gen uine Bamboo Boles, Etc., which will hold thooe big fish which arc always gelling away. Wo are not under sold at home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. if. c tbact, Beaver, Oklahoma" 71 THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS l'OUR BXJSIUBSS. Ukorui! a r.nLAOlf, President, Canadian, Tcxnv Uoiikiit Mi'onr, Vlco President, Canadian, Tcxni. John Okhlach, Cashier, Woodward, Oklahoma. ()'. II, Cakkv, AM't Cashier, Woodward, Okla. couui:hi'onj)j:nth: National Panic Hank, Now York. National Hank or Commkiige. Kan sas City, Mo. Kansah National Hank, Wichita, Kansas. Can adian Vallev 11 ask, Can...

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. — 2 June 1898

"W fr' "'JffW t ? . w Tho Largest Clrciiln1lm of nnjr Xewsnenrr in Wcii ern Oklahoma. 'rur. o LD1S8T r k K Mil OM A ifEWPApen. P 9 S J '" I b J a JL iminniiM lataoiMju rtK nrNsi m4m WAJIM !i J VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE c, 1898. -r innr r 1 1 NO. 50. BEAVER 1 j I 't If tr '1 r 'ft. - 4k I it v foe i ' fir ifl 1 'The Nqyu Department An nounces that Centra is Surelu Bottled Up. SCHLEY SAW THE SHIPS. A Dispatch From tlm Commodore Snr8 He Itccognltcatl tlio Vessels iu Saullngo Ilnrtror-. "WHY CERVERA WAS THERE. Washington, May 3o. Early this tnoruing tho Navy department an uouncod that a cablegram hud been received from Comtnodtjro Bchlej stating positively that Admiral Ccr vcra's squadron is in tho harbor of Santiago de Cuba. Key West, Fla., May 30. Every body knows now that Spain's flying sq.iddron four splendid cuiisera and two torpedo boats is imprisoned in Santiago harbor. Whether thov will bo blockaded or tho forts reduced and tho Spaniard c...

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. — 2 June 1898

jMttfM r$r- ar. J-t " K f ft 'C The Bearer Herald. NOAH PAVES. Pubttgricr. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Maxt Atsertcaas bare left Trance and gte to Engsaad 00 zomml of the pronounced its fries a',! of ike French press tar Aayrk ): tk wi j with Spats, j The recent report af tie wn sett railway eaai4wsawr4 that, . .' , ... la prapartSon to are as Liwwtlataao. UuMciisMtU sat a gmV-rabileare! street railroads Usaa ay other slate. Tbteltx searchlights, to be atoaated s 5ertl5eatess aloof the AUaalac eea.it, were thtppes? fras New Yark the other stay eider the direetfee af the depot sjsarteraaster- The lights are Use .Snest aiae aad are of great over. Tee rate at irtttea hij of war taie in csnJ noiraoar b rifly arrele. KeceaUj ese of the Britfefc rH--tiaj. baUkiMpi la tie He4iterraM, the Ha?DlSeent.arerapOTe'IMtataji bocr that U al the rat of searljr three fcitu ahtte, SBMiwt GzarcRai. i-rcsn.T. Ia a letter to Dr. Gertraoe Gall 'ReiRloa at Osteal aaovnsoni that the jtst eraxDeaivosl...

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. — 2 June 1898

-jy ?jsra? I' m 4fa re w w r A SCHOOL GIRL'S BATTLE. From the Mall, Miltord, Ind. Mis Kmma Itybolt, a prci0Mcssius!; school cirl of Milfonl, Ind., is of more tliiwi usual intelligence, and is ambitious to rise in the literary world. "In the fall of 1890," said Mrs. Ryliolt, "Emma was taken ill. She was a close stu dent and her work bef-jan to tell on licr, Bhe grew weak, pale ana ncrou, and com plained of pains in her back, chest and limb. A few weeks passed and she grew worse. I'lio doctor said she Has n victim of ner vous prostration, and should have been taken from school weeks earlier. She gradu ally grew worse, her nerves were so tense that the least noise irritated her and she had a fever and a continual twitching in her mucles. Tho symptoms were much like St. Vitus' dance. "A year passed, and, under a change of physic! a n a, Kmma be came some what better but soon was as bad as ever. One day I read of h case simi- ;3 jar to ners which was Htr IiattU. cured by Dr. William' Pin...

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