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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 2 June 1898

Ntj C I ?l!WWK!W?3 I. LU'.ILIHMLIJ1 ' ' I UTI rl T Tl II II III lll I 111 W 11 HI ii ji ) i 1 1 ; i mum w mi m i m'iuuw Jf!1?!?' ' J 1 t LORING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR $1 DOTTLE. Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c, forSl Bottle These nr spun;: medicines wliiiili wo puarautec (o pivc sfltisfiac linn, nr refund lliu money. Wo havo fold nearly one hundred bot tles this rjirin, ami nut una tms been returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Pain Is, Whi IB Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Etc, We also have FisJv Lines, Bass Hooks, Gen uine Bamboo Boles, Etc, ivhich will hold thooe big fish, which are alio ays gelling away. Wc arc not undersold a I home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. IP. CL T'DK-A-CS", Dcavor, Oklahoma" 7l &z ' THE GERLACitf BANK t WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS YOUR BTJSI3STE3SS. Or.oitfir. riK.Ki.ACii, President, Cn!indlnn,Tcn. 1U)Hkkt Moony, Vlco President, Canadian, Texas. j John (Jbi:laoii, Cashier, Woodward, Oklahoma. O. II. C'AFKV, Ant Cashier, Woodwind, Okln. COllIlKH...

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. — 9 June 1898

V i run Tlio Largest Circulation of auy Newspaper lu M'cst crn Oklahoma. rM.DEST KLA110MA NEWSPAPER. ""W "v. iijajiwiiimmjiim tv VOL. XL BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 189S. NO. 51. ii i- THE WAR Seems to he Moving Along All Right Now. Latest news from Cuba and tho Philipines are highly encouraging. A strong forco of American troop3 and irtny supplies his been landed in striking distance of Santiago, and are cooperation with toe insurgonts. The fleets under Admiral Samp son and Commodore Schley nro bom barding.and fast reducing tho fortifi cations around Santiago harbor. Li the Philipine Islands the insur gents aro pressing down upon Ma nila and closing in on the Spaniards on every side. The insurgents have been supplied with arms by Admiial Dewey, aud seem to ho perfectly ebc diout to him. A few days ago they captured i,8oo Spaniards and turned them over to Dewey. Was it a Cruiser, or was It a Collier. American Ship Sunk in Santiago Harbor. tho narrowe...

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. — 9 June 1898

T'y?ip")i3ryp' t r "' I O ?ho Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE3. Publisher. CBEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Lire in tho Philippine islands under Spanish rule is described as a mixture of taxes, earthquakes and rebellions At Whatcom, Wash., a woman work ing for an evaporating company peeled 15,491 potatoes in 20 days and earned S20. Recest reports from Havana, Ma tanzas and other Cuban ports held by the Spaniards indicated that the rc conccntrados were dying fast and that unless aid speedily reaches them there will be none left to profit by our hu tnanitarian crusade. A coxsinxjinxr of 40 ICrupp puns, suitable for forts or battleships, was recently Kent from Essen, In Germany, to Cadiz, Spain. It was said that tho guns passed through the German, French and Spanish custom houses a "kitchen furniture." A fund lias been started at Dead wood, Si D., by liquor dealers to build the finest battleship afloat, to cost not less than 85,000,000, and present It to the United States. The movement...

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. — 9 June 1898

V fi 1 A CLEW BY WIRE I Or( An Interrupted Current. j BY HOWARD M. YOST. S; ;S Copyright. 1806, by J. B.Ltrplncott Co. Si chapter, ir. It wis something like coming home, After nil, albeit to n house almost void of furniture and peopled only with remembrances of loved forms long since- gone. At any rate, it vns the only home I could really call my own. There wcro two rooms, fho spare bedroom and the parlor adjoining, on tho first floor, which still retained the furniture. Everything- about these rooms, though faded and somewhat worn, was in good order, and I com plimented Mrs. Snyder on the care sho had taken. Sarah had thrown up tho windows, nnd the soft evening air came into the rooms. Although the place had not been allowed to go to ruin, there was about it that indescribable quality which Is attached to long-dcscrtcd houses. Wo all felt it more or less. Sarah and Mrs. Suyderispokc in whispers; Jake stepped about on tiptoe, as though fearful that the heavy tread of his cowhide boo...

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. — 9 June 1898

-. . If If rfBvmvA3ra9 as: WRING'S SARSAPARILIA, Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c. fop SI Bottle These arc spring medicine which we guarantee to jjive mti-fse-inn, .if svfuiiJ the imhmj. Wt have i nearly m huatlrcd UK tics this i-pring, awl nut an lai ln returned VIE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Pain Is, While Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Etc, We also have Fish fines, Bass Jfooks, Gen uine Bamboo Boies, Bit., which will hold Ihooe bi' fish which are always getting away. We arc not undersold at home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. Bcaucr, Oklahoma? & THE GERL&GH BARSK W00G7TARD, OICLA., SOLICITS VOOK BUSIITESS. Oeokcjs Gr.r.uoii.rmIdent,Cnnad'.nn,Tta'. IloUEicr MootiY, Vice President, Canadian, Texa. J on Gki&aoii, Cashier. Woodward, Oklahoma. ' Q. It. Cai'KT, Ass't Cashier, Woodw.-tid, Okta. COIUtliHl'ONIIKNTH. Natioxai. Park Dank, New York. Natiojtai. Hank or CouMKUcr.. Kan aka City, Mo. Kansas Natioxai 11 ink, Wlcbita, Kansas. Can adian Valley Uaxk, Canadian, Texas, tiw...

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 June 1898

N . CjHiJXvJJ? j JL&$ . .-, mk Tim Largest Circulntiou or nn j Newspaper in West cm Oklahoma. f . &amm rMDEST KJiAIIOMA. '" NEWSPAPER. fr S"I niMtMPww wtmiwm'ii'Wttw imgw" VOL. XI. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 189& jSIO. 52. r Lft-VsA-V 93 pi fii 9nl 3m Mb EBpiPk limn M KJJ?j BQ H nt'lj fW'VHH K23i Bku irji 11 HI ia Hgi& h si Hi bur m .- 3 4 k"' i- h w- -,; if. f 5..1T Lkri ., A Little Fighting OnJLanfl.- Yarikee Marines Attacked At Night bu Spaniards. Dattlo Lasts From Midnight Until Dawn. American Loss Four Killed aud Two Wounded, Cuban Insurgents Fail to Rtin dor Any Assistance. On Board tbo Dispatch float Daunt less, off Ouantannmo, Sunday June is, via Molo St. Nicholas, June 13. --From three o'clock Saturday after noon until 9 o'clock Sunday morning Lieutenant LVlouel If. W. Hunting ton's battalion of marines, which landed from the transport Panther, Friday, nnd captured a Spanish fort in GuanUnarno bay, was resist ing attack 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. — 16 June 1898

m . n:v N ii I' n W a h4 n v The BcaYcrHerald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. J5EAYEE, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. 7r Is astonishing that m maay college-bred men bare enlisted ia the war with Spain. The "Star Spangled Baaae-" was aang In a Canadian obarck a Sanday or tiro ago instead of a regslar ijan. A Jnrsv X-ray apparatas tatde tor a Harvard professor fsrnlshes a light which penetrates tendons and boaer ior sarglcal as. SVEBTTXtt car mate's are tie latest luxury provided by enterprfsiag Amer ican rail waycompaaies for the com fort of women travelers. It U said that every 110.M tons of anthracite coal aitned ia Pennsylvania costs the Ife of oae workasaa asd more than two serhms la jaries. Every SM.COO tons ot bftamfnoas coal meass the life of one miner and is jaries to at least three others. Tine sword to be presented to Ad miral Dewey under the act of eoagrc for his brarery at Manila will be one of the most beaatifal ever made. Al ready the artistic Ingenuity of the best awordmaVcersan...

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 June 1898

'i .1 i A REMARKABLE CASE. The following case wa printed originally In The Monitor, a newspaper published at Meaford, Ontario. Doubts were railed as to its truthfulness, consequently a close watch was kept on the case for two years and the original statement baa now been com pletely verified. Mr. Petcb had been a hopeless paralytic for five years. Ills case has had wido atten tion, lie was confined to his bed, was bloat ed almost beyond recognition, and could not take solid food. Doctors called the disease epinal sclerosis, and all said he could not live. The Canadian Mutual Life Associa tion, after a, thorough examination, paid him his total disability claim of f 1,G00, regarding him at forever incurable. For three years he lingered in this condi tion. .Alter taking some of Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People , tnerc was a a 1 1 c h t change, r-i ten dency to sweat freely. Next came a little feeling in his limbs. raid Hit Claim. cd followed (y a pricking sensation, until at 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. — 16 June 1898

" ""flWJSptlf WW!' " V" "r"' w'- !i .r PM K a & u f: 1 I Hi. SI 9l tv I? HI lit I: M I LOSING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR SI DOTTLE. Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c, forSl Bottle Thce r spn.i; useilieiiics which we uorsitee to plve nfaf linn, or refund ili tuanry V have mIJ tarlj we hundred bot tles tlm -fi"?, ud ut nns lt keen returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, Will le Leafl, .Linseed Oil, " ' Machine Oils, Etc, 7Pc also have Fish Lin cs, Bass JLooks, Gcn lUno Bamboo Jolcs, Etc., which will hold ihooc big fish which arc always getting away. 1P? are not undersold at home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. Beaver, Oklahoma 'THE OEBLAGH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS VOUU BTJSHsTESS. CicoRdc Orntacir.rrfsldcnt. Canadian, letav. llonuur Moour, Vlco l'rttldeiil, Canadian, Texa. JoIIX OkhuacIS, Coahler, Wood ward, Oklahoma. U. II. CafKY, Aas't Cashier, Woodwurd, Okln. COIlIlKBrONDKNTH: Xatiovai. IUbk IUxu, New York. Xatioxai, IU"k or Comueiick. Kan sas City, Mo. Kaxman Nationa...

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 June 1898

A- c, - A . . Tho Largest Cirrnlallon of nnjr Newspaper In West ern Oklaliomn. THE ELDEST vKL AI10MA NEWSPAPER. t VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1898. NO. 1. BEAVER ' In respect to tho bravery of Ilob non, a resolution was recently intro thicod into congress by Undcrwoodj the object of the resolution being to promote Ilobson to Lieutenant Commander. According to n dispatch, thero 1ms nrison in Uucnos Ay res a case somc wl at oimilar to tho Do Lome affair. It seems that a Buenoa Ayrea news paper contained a scries of articles charging tho Argentino diplomats at Washington with having assisted Spain. Castellano, the man who married Miss Anna Gould of New York, fought a duel with a Paris editor. In tho duel tho editor received thrco wounds, tho last being severe Tho iiffair. wrs tho result of certain edito rial comments that tho editor lud made. Governor Leedy has stated his in tention to issuo a proclamation to do away with the police boards in...

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 June 1898

II; m I. fr V The Bearer Herald, NOAH DAVES. Publisher. IE AVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Atx in till. It U claimed that Eng Jltb and Scotch capitalist crwn not let than 5,(At9 teres of land in this country. Advjcm from Washington uM that tiie United i-UUt government trill raUe the Spanish vessels svnk in Ma jjIIa harbor by Admiral Dewey gn Tjers, and that three San Fraaetseo -rmc will be called on 1st bids for cs dertaklng the work. 1'aor. IIcneXADAT calls latestios to the alarming- decrease of birds in Emeries daring the past eight years. In nan 7 states gatse and pfamage birds are en the Terse of extisetlea. In New York Wrd life has alien of? rearly J per ceaL in IS yean. A IX the English naral ad Military papers coansent oa the wotdrfl shooting of Asserieaa gBSr aad the J'reneh and Gersaas service journal cannot sefSciently expreu their &v tonlihroent at the aeearaey of the American heary gan at Manila. Tiirbi: are now in Spain 7.M9 miles of railroad, less than ose-thlrd o...

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 June 1898

1 " ry 1 11 V 1 MWiWAWiVAYAViViVAWAViViYMViViWiViZ' I A CLEW BY WIRE I t.; Or, An Interrupted Current. : 'S 5: Ss S: is BY HOWAHD M. YOST. S Copyf Ifiht. 1896. by J. D. UpFlncott Co. S; CITiWTKn IV. Continued. Tho president was writltiff when I entered, but lie laid nsldc hip pen when lie saw inc. "Tnko n Rent, Conway," ho Bald. I did as requested. My heart was heavy beforte, but It was heavier when I noticed the troubled look on his face. 'Mr. Perry, have you read tho pa pers?" I risked. The president nodded assent. "How is It that bucIi a general im pression has gone abroad that I had something to do with the affair? Who has started such a rumor?" "I do not know, Conway, unless the police have given public expression to their opinion." "The police. And what is their opin ion? Was It not shown beyond any doubt that I was miles away from the ault nt the time that tc robbery must must have been committed 7 I say noth ing about my own assertions. Hut how can anyone doubt the word of a...

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 June 1898

hv H. i immniinn .B.iiaiJsi,iijan.UBIsi,a WRING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 GTS. FOR SI DOTTLE. Kalamazoo Celeru Compound, 75c, fop SI Bottle Theo nro spring medicines which we guarantee to give sntifiic linn, or refund llic money Wo have cold nearly one hundred 1I tics this spring, and not 0113 has been returned WE ARC HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Etc, TP7j also have Fish Lines, Bass Hooks, Gen uine Bamboo Boles. Etc., which will hold thooe big fish which are always getting away. We are not undersold at homo, at the rail road, or anywhere else. Daavor, Oklahoma 71 THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS YOU li BUSHSTIESS. GEOitm: OkiiLacii. resident, Cntindlnn, Toss. lloiiKUT Moojy, Vice President, Canadian, Tp.tm. John Of.rlacii, Cushlcr, Wndwnrd, Oldnhoma. (). It. Cavky, Ase't Cnthltr, Woodward, OUa. COIlllKHPONllKNTSt Natiovai. Pakic Dahk.Now Ynik. National Hank ot Commeuck. Knn- sis City, Mo, Kakhah National Hank, Wichita, Kaunas, CAN- AIian Vallky ...

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 June 1898

"p- xyv fiWM 7"-wT'T - 0 ' ' f -o r 39 pa--. h V 'i , BEAVER Tho Largest Clrcnlallon of any Xcm.-inprr in West cm Oklahoma. ntn i OLDEST KL ABOMA 01 HER'SPAPEtl. njnm nuwawlliiiwuLm m iiaTPMTOTOCTmrmjuj m.mmiin,;iimaUMijimiiuu.in mrnniur KiKittnj.MiumvriaAjxjit.nirn.' mni:mrumkM.'r3 waWf VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1898. NO. .fc PoisonedBullets. Spaniards Use Bullets TId Ded with Brass, On the llio Guama, June 27. The Spaniards are using brass tipped bul lets and the brass on touching tears tho flesh horribly, while tho small brass splinters causo blood poison ing. They aro probably explosive ballots, and arc used in tho Reming ton's, They also cut a smalt cross through the end of tbo Mauser bullet' so that it mushrooms on striking, with a similar result. Tho outlook hero is threatening. Everybody believes a great battlo is. imminent. With tho Spanish and American outposts almost close enough to see the whites of each oth ers' eye, a colli...

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 June 1898

t"TM7w"w3FwlW T?T'Wrt'l," fWf P I r Ife UP K n it The Beaver Herald. NOAH PAVE9. Publisher, LEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Otrr of 15S women committed to an Insane asylum in St. Louis last year, 104 were classified as having been do tacslic servants. As engineer declares that with the aid ol machinery W.0O0 people do the work that occupied 1C,000,000 less than a generation ago. The chaplains of the volunteer army now in camp at the Chlckntnaujra na tional park have decided to unity against the army canteens. Tun mayor of Portland, Ma, has asked ,four companies of Canadian militia to assist In celebrating the Fourth of July, and the invitation has been accepted. The New York Tribune Rays that If the tax on tea keeps this country from being made the dumping ground of all the tea refuse of tne world, as it has been In the past, it will be a benefit Instead of a hardship. The officials of the Chicago A, North western railroad have decided to show their patrlot!snr decorating the...

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 June 1898

r H-ri"-.- r.fy , O u ' WiWiYWWiYrViVftV.VAViViY.Yi'AViWiAVi-.Vir. j A CLEW BY W!RE is Or, An Interrupted Current. 5: BY HOWARD M. YOST. j ;S tovyt'KM. &). by J. B. Llfplncolt Co. z CITArTEn V. Continued. The sound of tlie voice, wn3 intermit tent, Tlicre would bo n. few words, then a pause, and so on. I could mnke no sense of the few disjointed sentences. It lasted but a few minutes. Indeed, so brief was the conversation, If that Is whnt It was. thero was no time to make tin Investigation. After a lonff period of anxious listen ing I settled down again for sleep. And when nt last slumber enme, It was troubled. Vague, dindowy dreams flit ted across my consciousness, and through them all was a sort of premo nition of future evcnUi, which seemed to have a bearing upon the robbery. The next morning Iwnsawnlccncdby the sun shining in my face. Hardly had I got my eyes open and my senses nrouseu to my new surroundings, when n loud and long-continued thumping on tlio front door caused ...

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 June 1898

. o c t r iaianMwwiwwwwgww3iwwwwwuwiMwwwwwwwi -Tiiiiruuwi'BMiwwiMH WLJM.1 1UWaJMII m II WB LORING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR $1 DOTTLE. Kalamazoo Ccleru Compound, 75c, far $1 Bottle Thci-e tiro spring medicines which wo guarantee lo givo sati.sfuc-. linn, nr refund the 11101117. Wo liavo sold nearly ono hundred hoi lies ihi opting, unil not onn tins been returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, White' Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Elc. We also have Fish Lines,JJass JfooJcs, Gen uine Bamboo Voles, Etc., which will hold Ihooc big fish which arc always gelling away. We are not undersold at home, at Ilia rail road, or anywhere else. Doaver, . TiZZ THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS I YOUR BXJSHsTESS. (! noiniK (KRf.Aail,I,rslilent, CRiiitdlAn,Texa. Huukut Moonv, Vlco I'realdunt, Canadian, Tc-xn. JuilN Gi.iii.Acu, Cashier, Woodward, Oklohnmn. O, II, Oai'Kv, An't Cashier, Woodwind, Okln. COIlUKKl'OXuKKTMt National I'aiik Hank, New Yoik. National Hank orCniiMr.tici!, ICnu s.itC...

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 July 1898

o O & i? . "I & L t, ? - H J "!rl '1, Jr. ya W rfwAA- Tu.nrgr$t Clrcnlntlflit SwW - tt I T1IM Vi. j orfl'iijr PWKttnprr hi West cm Oklahoma. Oklahoma NEifSPAPEH. d W" " I 'I 'J ' ---I- i I i JNUNIUi f Id 'l Tl ' III 1 I I I 1 1 -riaHUBHR s M . lllll I Will II IW II W ' ,... a, .. .. ... - ..&$ v A i 2 R ? ifta lUttL ,&. . HE !-, asa c r t2i v - - v?'im. k k i kiv. js im BBBBaar BBBI smtraY Vai BBaaaaW Baaaaaaan sBf Bl tl T Jr W Bl sBa ABaaaaaasi B ( aaaaaiB j BaaBUi BaaBB ' Bl " ' '" U n VOL. XII. f BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1898. le Glorious Fort at Mil Sampson Destroys Cervera's Fleet I Shafter Holds Santiago Fasti . 1,500 Blooflu Spanish Prisoners. The Aimy and Navy forever, Three cheers for the Red, White -and Blue. , Washington, D. C. July 4. Tho Sco rotary of the Navy has received tho fol lowing; Playn, via Ilajti. To ilia Secretary of tho Navy: Sitoncy, July 3. The fleet under my command offers tho na tion as a Fourth of July...

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 July 1898

"V- - r-s f m tf'' e P5 "-T1 'J 'W'Wpi'i -r - fSM-" SQ I"1 'T If. ' ' I l? The Beaver Herald. NOAH DA.VE8. Publlehar. BRAVER, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Acammso to lis now city directory Chlcngo now hns a population of 1, 803,000. Tills Is an Increase of 05,00? sver the figures for 1807. AniUNonsiKNTH for carrying1 tho mall to the soldiers of the Cuban Invndlng army have been tnado by tho second nsslslnnt postmaster genoral and a fast mall steamer will ply between Key West and wherever tho army of Invn slon makes its base of operations. It is now discovered tho Merrlmac was so sunk hi Santiago harbor as to permit Uin passngo of Ccrvera's ships If ho cared to tako them out. This, however, does not detract anything from tho credit duo to Hobson and his intrepid crew for sluicing tho craft. Tim last of tho 200 educated young Eugllbhmon who foundod tho town of llugby, In tho mountains of east Ten nessee, in 1881, has loft that onco Ar cadian village, established upon a plan arranged b...

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 July 1898

Mtwfly j!W t"" lP fi' ----r -ft o o !$ -.,,,.3 j II - H "OJ 4 li f, . Oa "I UNMHHMiMHMm A CLEW BY WIRE Or, An Interrupted Current. ii BY HOWARD M. YOST. Con rlfiht. 1806. by J. D. Llpplncotl Co. jj WAVAWAWWMAMV.MMWMWWMWMR CHAPTEn VI. Continued. Tho rcmnlnder of tlio forenoon wns spent in going through tho barns and over the funn. A small structure, twenty or thirty feet from the house, linil been used to do the cooking, linking, churning, washing nnd Ironing In. We could not gain ncccss to the cooking house, ns it - hail been called, the door being locked. There had been no cure taken of this plncc.nndlcould hnrdly sec through the dust nnd dirt which obscured the win dows, when I nttempted to look inside. "There is nothing to be seen in there, nnyhow," I said. But I remembered the pile of cakes nnd the loaves of brend which had Issued from tho old Dutch oven built in one side of the cook house. How I wish for some of the good things now I After n midday dinner, I harnessed the horse...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
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