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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 7 July 1898

"NSi it a fcS -. rP 'tir h? K e .1 H re '-, S3 WRING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR SI BOTTLE. Kalamazoo Celsru Compound, 75c. for SI Battle TliO-c arc spring medicines which we guaratileu lr give inti-(ao linn, nr refund dm money. We have sold neatly uno hundred bot tles, thiss-pting, am! nt wii lm been returned V; ARE HEAGQUALTTEnS FOR Paints, ' While Lead, Linseed Oil, -Machine Oils, Etc Wa also have I'&Ji Lines, Bass Jfooks Gen uine Bamboo Polos, Etc., whivh will hold thooo big fish which are always getting away. ' I. i . - We are not undersold at home, at the rail road, or anywhere else. :f. cl TZR-A-c-sr, Denver, Oklahoma 71 TBiE GERLACS-S BAWL WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS l'OUli BUSINESS. CnoiiGB Or kuaoii. Fr-aldcnt, Canadian, Tcxm. llniiKKT Mooor, Vice I'rtsldi nt, Canadian, Texas. Joll ( ULAUII, Cishler, WoodiVard, Oklahoma. O. II- CaKKV, Ais't Collier, Woodward, Otl. COnnK81'ONIU:NT8: JC.VTlosM.rAiK IIaxk, New York NvrioAi, Bank or Commeuck. Knu- K4sCHr, Mo. KamUk JJatiosai...

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 July 1898

ffiinnprifiiiii.il . Oa 4, lw. " V '- "IM. . b- o K W crys x - - - in. , -t Tito largest Circulation of an Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. . OLDEST Oklahoma I ' NEWSPAPER. VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1898. NO. 4, BEAVER HV MB QB9H HH via HH HU HBbW sFBrlfr BH Commissioners' Proceedings. Ilenvcr.O. T.,.luly4, IS98. Ilnard of county commissioners met In rcjr litar session lu the county clcric'H office at S o'clock, p. in. rresrat, Wilson and Dunlop. Absent, Ho want. On motion or Wilson, Dunlap was clcclcil chairman pro I cm. On motion of Wilton tlio board adjomnr-il until 8 o'clock a.m. Tuesday, July 6, iSW. Tuesday, July 6, lfS. Board met pursuant to ndjournmei.t. l'rcs cnt. Wilson mid Dunlip Absmt, Howard. On motion ot Wl'son the board piocccded to examine aud count tne wolf nnd coyote wcalpg. At 11 :W a. m, lionrd adjourned nntll 1 p. m, July 6, i89S, ! p. in. Board met pursuant to adjournment. On motion tllu following amounts w ere al lo...

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 July 1898

l "WIMP" h !"1rWU V- -i f- -r-T"-aafj "-"'T YT' I I Iff. The Beaver Korald. NOAH DAVBS. Publisher. HEAVER, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Aw Illinois former recently commit ted suicide from fear that ho would be drafted into tho army. Orricr.ns' wives at Washington havo formed n society and moot once n week to sew for the destitute families of th absent soldiers and sailors. Tub directory company places tho present population of Kansas City (both sides of tho Kaw) at 330,282. which means a gain of 17,507 for tho past year. The money valuo of the Spanish fchlps sent to tho bottom by Admirals Dewey and Sampson has been figured out to havo been In tho neighborhood of SSO.000,000. William Caiivbr, aged 25 years, who bad tho distinction of being tho small est man In tho world, died recently nt Clayton, 111. Ho was 2S Inches high nnd used to travel in shows with Ills mother, who weighed 300 pounds. Masv of those) who went to Klon dtko In search of gold arccomlnghomo poorer, but wiser in exp...

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 July 1898

'nag- i-nff p-rr J rpbfrtfpz' jr Ti.'f n w(gipywM' yyw1 BfleBl vryzF? r -rfrrw u if A GUARDSMAN'S TROUBLE. From the Detroit (Mich.) Journal. ' The promptncM wkh which the National Guard of the different states responded to President McKmley's call for troops at the beginning of the war with Spain made the whole country proud of its citizen soldiers. In Detroit tr.ere are few guardsmen mora popular ana cmcicnt than Max R. l)avie, first sergeant of Co, II. lie has been a resi dent of Detroit for the past six years, and his home is at 410 Third Avenue. For four years he was connected with the well known wholesale drug house of Farrand, Williams & Clark, in the capac ity of bookkeeper. "I have charged up meny thousand orders for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale .People," never knew t h e i r F(nl Stnemt. worth until I used them for the cure ol chronic d)spepsia. For two years I suffered and doctored for that aggravating troubla but could only be helped temporarily. "I think dyspeps...

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 July 1898

V- VI i l LU T K Its ersn mm t.l.n I'.H.UJ1IHC LORING'S SARSAPARILLA, 75 CTS. FOR SI DOTTLE. Kalamazoo Celr.ru Compound, 75c, for $1 BoUls These ro spring mwlioiiiM whuh we guarantee to give sati-fae-lion, nr refund tlie money. We have sold nearly one hundred bot tles tliit spring, nnd nut una has been returned WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Paints, While Lead, Linseed Oil, Machine Oils, Etc, in . w m TI'o ft.so 7iue J'Ys7, Lines, Bass Hooks, Gen uine Bamboo Poles, Etc., which will hold thooo big jlsh which are always gelling away. .... . We are not undersold at home, at the rail road, or anyivhere else. 3. CL TEACT, Doauor, Oklahoma' tf THE GERLACH BANK WOODWARD, OKLA., SOLICITS YOUii IBITSHsTDBSS. GrmuiK GriiLACii.rrrrildcnt, Canadian, Texa. Hoiikiit .Moody, Vleo rrraldeut, Canadian, Toias. John (ls,nLACii,Citshler, Woodward, Oklahoma. O. It. Cakky, A't Cashier, Wooduunl, OUa. COttUKHrONDKNTHs National Pawk IUxk, New York. National Haxk or CouunucK, Knn entity, Mo. Kamhah National 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. — 21 July 1898

jafa.matai!!M.foiii,i twp-yTfEt - -.' r. , "' f. Tlio Largest Circulation of any Xcwspnpcr lti West ern Oklahoma. tiu: o FDRST KLAI10MA NEWSPAPER. ccp a -' - t ' A tf iftaaa.n '-. VOL. XII. SURRENDERED ! Spanish Troops Marched Out and Stacked Arms LAST STJ3STDJL-2-. It Was Unconditional Sur render, New Voik, July 16. A dispatch to the New York Heiuld from Washing ton pays: Spain's Hap; is to bo hauled down nt Santiago at f) o'clock to morrow; the American fl.ig U to be r.usnJ, and tho Spanish trcopv are to lay down their arms and march out of the nity ns prisoners of war. These facts were made known to tho President to-night, in this dispatch, riceived over the White house wiro by Captain Montgomeiy, theoiliccrof tho signal corps on duty at tho White House: "In Camp, near Sautiago, July iS -To Adjutant General, Washington: "The surrender has been definitely settled and tho arms will be turned over to-morrow morning and the troops will be marched out ns pripon ors of war. Tho Spanish...

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 July 1898

The Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVE9. Publisher. BEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Plaudit, the great thrcc-yoar-old mee horse, wai recently sold tn New York lor 825,000. The battleship Iowa In a given time can throw 0,000 pounds of metal where tho old frigate Constitution flrcd 709 pounds. Firrv Salvation army workers re cently hold nightly meetings at Camp Alger, near Washington, and recruited many converts to their army from thr wen enlisted in Unclo Sam's army. A detailed account has been pub lished In Madrid of Spain's naval losses, which amount to 21 warships nod 21 merchantmen, as against prac tically no losses on tho American side The St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that one of the signs of prosperity Is the revival of railroad construction. Tho estimate is that 5QO.000.000 will bo expended on new roads In 159S, th largest showing since 1S9J. Lieut. Peaky arrived at Sydney, It. G, tho other day on his way to tho Arctic regions. Ho said that ho was confident that ho would reach 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. — 21 July 1898

;, 'SflfcVrtfl0&lJllG &TOqwtfarTWi;wi a o .""tt. Sm i I A CLEW BY WIRE 8 : 5: Or, An Interrupted Current. S: I ., r ij :J BY HOWARD M. YOST. 3: S Copyright, 1896, by J. D. Llpplncott Co. S; ClIArTER VIII. Coxtixded. When we arrived nt the cross roads, Florence Insisted on riding lier horse the rest of the way to her home. A thought occurred to me nftcr I hnd isststeil her to remount. I.lnld my hand on tho bridle to restrain her going. "Do you ininU If I nsk you a. ques tion?" 1 inquired. "Assuredly not." "Then tell me, do you see much of Horace Jackson? lias he asked you to marry him?" "Yes, he has asked me to marryliim." Bhe replied, drooping her head. "In deed, there Is a compact between us about it."" "Oh!" "Yes. "Sow, please do not be foolish and feel badly over It. Hut I have prom ised Mr. Jackson that I will marry him if the robbery can be traced to you, and the stolen property, or n portion of it, be found in your possession." "Good heavens! Why did you give him that ...

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 July 1898

yea LJ'Mii.i:g'4n,m'ii.n-iMrv"i'nMjwg PUIU.HHKD lvi:kv tiiursdav. Official County Papor. .O.VU DAVES, Kditnr ..ml Prii.irlrltir. Knitted ill piic lotlicti Ml Heaver 0 T. ni fi'Cinil cUs mallsr April 10. ISO'i. TFIl.MS - - "JIOOIT.H YEAH. aiivkrtisimi nAirs made known on ap plication. A, T. & S F. R'T CO. JOOVLTlMr. TUII f.MAY 111, 18H9. Kl boiml. Hlntlnns Veal hound (Itt-ail ilnwii.) (Itend III'.) l.oi'n ni. 0 : II. in. .. . 2.np. in. ( S.lif. in.( -rf hi p. in I e :l I i. in. I ' it 2.1 p. in, l'KHp. Ill ( 1 1 . (. ' III li Mi i. H, ii :p in. i II. ISA. III.)' Knptleueod ...fpiV.-l ....Mulisiie . .. .Wlchitt NeWtOM Florence KansnsC'lty Chicago , C.lil p lu, .u.r.ip. iii, S Mil, III, T ro u. in. . .1 .VI n in, l,l.r. 1.111. li .11 p. in. I'l-.'S i. Ill, (KM p. Ill, The Hsnta t'n llonm inns Urn InUst lin pr. e. tqiiipiiir-til t lint Is known, (n Its I'aif tngrr 'Mains C iiipuii llikrttH'M tn nt) pululr, mill IIak' F-ge Oliirk.nl tu dcsllnilli n, mi ioutN, tut k, linn. I nlilr. nr...

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 July 1898

aWHWWWVnWTrTOM jjWyjUJV 'WW,1'! J? W9H&lwQ2&frVK PSlftlJ'JtJEWilJCfiWMW9' rl KTHB-V T -T' WDVtlRqMNMHMKMm" yijfftnil'W(IWWHWIWBWKWW4WpwBlwsSHfe9K jf' ''guy vyxwmuXWWwil i Wimi imMMnttf WWWBWBWffW WWi JWtr '-'' w tpnwy mWWifli.'iUib4Mjit i,.i ! I n ii w 1 1 i.:fiiMW ' T .. til: " , . . - .. ' - ' Tf ''fr- - . - mj-' O BEAVER HERALD. TIih Largest Cironlatlon of any Newspaper hi West ern Oklahoma. TltK ODDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER. VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1898. NO. 6. t t f " rvrFinPEWST? JflP PjMjBi Another Naval VIctoru. 30U0DY HURT ON Till: AMKUIUA.V VESSELS. Commnmlor Twill's Mmli'xt lirinrt of III 11 Hattlc at Mauzntilllu Nine Horo Spanish Vessels Gone to Davy Jones' Locker. Copyright AatoJIa'.cil Press Ileport. 1'lava del Usto, July 21. The fol lowing i the olllcial account of tho latest naval victory that of Manzan illo modestly told by Commander Todd, oE the United States gunboat Wilmington, in bis report to Admiral S.irapson...

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 July 1898

K. IV lb " 'I 3 i The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. BEAVER, - OKLAHOMA. H ' CURRENT COMMENT. Is two days' fighting near Santiago our army used 3,000,000 cartridges. subscribe to government Waix street offered to 750,000,000 worth of bonds. TllE United States sold Canada last year 05,000,000 worth of goods, or l50 per capita. The commissioner of Internal rev enue has decided that all telegraphic messages must bo stamped by tho tenders. The Salvation army in Kansas City, Mo., have started ice wagons for the very poor and will deal out thw stuff at ten pounds for one cent. I'nsKETEwaa sa.J to be raging among the horses of the Second cavalry nt Tampa, Fla. l'rccautlons have been taken by Surgeon General Sternberg to prevent Its spread among tho sol dlcrs and It was hoped that it would soon be stamped out. A movement was started at Port Tampa, Fla., the other day to present Admiral Ccrvera a home on Tampa bay in recognition of his humano and chivalric treatment of Hobson and crew...

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 July 1898

,w. .JWJM--KWa1KSkll,lilWtrtM..UIt:i , ..rtLwrt. . i. ., - e ! MpretaugnafU rffti '" - VM9HS5sfrftaBr , . ursrfwfvtjo j ,,S2s,M. -V.3arcv .n m me, w, JWrByn.HUMt.-WrtJW 1 I A CLEW BY WIRE 1 ; Or, An Interrupted Current. 5: i s I BY HOWARD M. TOST. S;: g CopytljhU i&, ty J. B. Upplncott Co. 1 CSXVTER IX.-Costkjued. Sarah gicctcd mo effusively. Tlie good soul seemed to have a constant fear that each time she saw me would be the last. "Can you let me have a saw, a chisel nnd a hammer?" 1 asked. "Ach, yes. Hud vhat for, Xel?" "I nm going to lind out what is in that cellar," I answered. "How you getl in7" "By cutting through the floor." "Dat will be hard work, Nel. Dc tim ber under de floor Is awful thick." "I know that. But I have plenty of time, and so will be able eventually to get through." The tools were produced, and I start ed homeward, Sarah bending nftcr mc an earnest nppeal for carefulness and the avoidance of danger. I intended to commence tho task of getting into the scal...

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. — 28 July 1898

-a- ifwi fi . . Jcrnld. - puiiLPiinD cvi:i:v Thursday. OJUcI.il County Taper. NOAH HAVES, IMIinrJiitl Prnnrlet.ir. Entered al poitoliicr, t Heaver 0. T. as second class mailer April 12, IS9.. Ti:UM3 - - $1 00 1T.K YEAR. .um.nmiMi hates made known on np plication. A. T. & S F. R'Y CO. l.O0.f. TIMK TAnt.K, MAY 111, lft. HaUhrmiiil. Stations Vest bound (Head down.) (Il'ml n i.) 4 mia m. n .vnn. in. .. i.imji. in. I 2. I'll', m. ' :i so p. in 1 x ;i-i p. in. I !l Z. p. III. Jilirlp. in i 11.1 i in. il mm. in n.32 p. m. I !l 4.10.111. ...KliKleweod. .. t-plvitj. ...Mnltaho. . . .Wichita Newton. ...I'lornice .' annua City . ..Chicago. . H,l p. III. .W..Vii. in, S.n.i u. til. . i.!!0B, III, . H.Mn. in, 1,1", n.tn. I) tti )i. in. l'l'.'.H i. Ill, I! in) p. Ill, 'IhoHaula 1" Htmtn runt Iho latest lni jm veil ii'iiiiiieiillhiit I kiiowii, on It l'a-s-i nicer Tialnv . ... 0 .upon 'I Ickots ' lit to nil points, uuil llait pugt Chi rkid t.i .Irnltiirftl. n. ur miite,rt a, llnmlnlilin. nr nnv...

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. — 4 August 1898

T,"jj!viilj""'l"",T -n'rww'lMCi"-?l!HtJH?s lHt.li &. wr, liUu. , flBBBlW"! ''" ' "."JIJW !W'ltelMttiw 3Mi """' I llstSJfM a" Q (i 1 r- : s a 1 Tin: 1 Tho Largest Circulation oranjr Newspaper In West crn Oklnliomn. o .rtv " KLA.110MA NEWSPAPER. v VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1898. NO. 7. .") immmwmmMitKtti'm, t T- BEAVER 19: A GOOD, EASY JOB, That.s What Porto Rico Is. Miles and Somo of the Others Have Their Inning's Now. CAPTURE Ob' PONCE. PEACE CONDITIONS. President and Cabinet Decide On Peace Terms. Washington, .Inly 29. Tho most iraporlaut news received at the War department to-day was tho cable f 10m Gtiierul Miles announcing thu excel lent progress being mndo in southern Porto Rico and the capture of. Ponce. The Navy department also received a cable announcing that tho navy had captured the city of Ponce and landed the forces under General Miles. Both departments arc very much sntisfjed with what has been accomplished. The tone of...

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. — 4 August 1898

m I! t fr $ i ? 4 The Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. EAVEB, OKLAHOMA, I'ttiHDCXT OrniHEiX, of the 3ew l"rk eeimdt. Is laiaf io hare a Mil pasted pDnisbtag ike paltlic tse of profanity At 'ort Lwbee, ., a px said to be profitably- ertractaag jfiatd and alirer ires tea water la tie extent of f2,0 a wetlc The sales ef postal stamps lor the fiscal rear tell ended aviaeaaUid to 5SV Mrt.DM, a train of oearlr ioar per eem orer tie preeeattag year. A mwkwctt medical aarU,r t-ceall)-aid that a wax4ed boMler chances of reooTerj- were 7 per eent. better ben- than la tie carll war. Texas vriil proaee tilt jeer ose -poand of eel ten for ereiy aaas. woman and ciiM in tie world and beef e&oufrb to feed tie United State for nearly one year. Tue weal la of tie United State is estimated by I'rot .Mutball at SM.Ti.- UW.WQ. or nearly 5.0&f,0,0' toore tian tiat of any otier gorerasect in tie world. "Is proportion to papulation Texas ias fnrnlibed more troops for tie war tian any otier sta...

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. — 4 August 1898

. imffP-KIffgf, , ftV r, - , .-. -MWt-, '-- ' 1 I A CLEW BY WIRE fc Or, An Interrupted Current. i BY HOWARD M. YOST. JC Copyright, lSgS. by J. 0. UpplJicott Co. sj CTfAPXEIl X. Coro-ratTED. I went on CAiircsslngatnaicmcnt, Tin til 1 discovered that Sonntag did not seem to hear urn, so intent was be over the words the voice had uttered. "Pshaw I what's th usp bothering over thnt, Mr, Sonntng? I said. "There isn't much scuse to bo made out of it, anyhow." "Yes, there is, too. It is conversa tion, and not a mere jumble of words," the old lawyer said, with an air of tri umph, "Just hear what I make out of It now." DItlded up, the following wes Sonn tag's version: First Party "Xever will you have my consent under existing circumstances. You have broken faith with me in every wny. Why was the property removed from the original place?" Second Party "To bring you to time." First Party "What did you do with it?" Second Party "Safely hid, where you can never find it unless you talk wis dom. 1...

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. — 4 August 1898

El t 1' -.? i I I. 'J i tWgJSrW?CTWWWWWMXmt ifytiwtv 3craM, j rCnUAIIED KYKBY THURSDAY. Onicial County Paper. NOH DAVES, HiHtor ami Proprietor. Entered M pie at lUer O. T. as conJ class liter Arril 12. 1SD. TERMS - - TrilOOlT.RYr.An. ADtwiTUlsn atm rosJe known on ap. plicitlan. A. T. & 8 F. R'Y CD, l.(iaLHMKTnLK,MAV III, HtJ. rt li-uind. Hlatl'ins -l Immiil (Head down.) I. Co a 111. . 19 mu.in. . ?.op. in. J.tl-.in. i -JO i. in -1 "I i. 111. -', 9.W p. III. j )Mlli. 111. j ' - JI.IApin h MO II. til . .. pm p. m. i I'. I.ln. in.) (Cb(1 np.) ..KuBlnrfol . ... S,'p in. . .. .t-plvtjy .IJ.Ml'.m. ....Mnhsno . S.Ittn. in. Wichita . Tftoa'. in. .... Newton S .10 m. . ...Klorener . . t, If. a.m. . KanClty. . Ji. m. ....cuiweo .... iVp.lW: Tho Hunt Kont" nm Iho latest Im proved qminciil that Is known, rn It I'a.s- riper Plains. C'Minoiillrkdn S'ld tnntl paints, nud Hag pnc Check! lo (ImlltMtl) n. hit mules, nt , timetable, or anr other tnf miiatlnn, iipidr I" the iiik'i rslitucd. or to ....

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. — 11 August 1898

rf - s - ifcffftyinwFJ f-'fe'iSViF'. iA'm KWP 3f st-'S' j irt&vvtrr- . tW -" "SPr"tr r"3S!SKr . . -..- TWi.TiJ(0(Pf(fS((i JKH, j!n ' V HERALD. Tito Largest Circulation ' of nity Nnuimtior In West-1 cm Oklahoma. THE eldest KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER. VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST ! i, 1898. NO. 8. ln DCH wen K ') ) t w lUHMJULICAX TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. The republicans of tho 'territory of Okla homa nrc liorol-y callol In tnrct In delegate cunvcnlioti in tlio city of Y. Keno on Hie 21th liny of August, 1803, nt 11 o'clock n. m., for the purpose of nominating n candidalo for Deltgulo lo (he SCih Congress of the Unitod States, an J to transact such other nnd further lmsinesi as may properly come before said convention. The Wis of re presentation shall ho one vole for each 100 votes or major frnclion thereof cast for the Iloti. 1). T. r'lynn at the election hold In Nnvcrubcr, 1800. Under this call Denver county will be en titled to four delegates W. M...

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. — 11 August 1898

rr P K ? - n The Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. Leaver, - - Oklahoma. P CURRENT COMMENT. Tr is estimated from the present rate of receipts that the new war taxes will produce a revenue of 5175,000,00? a year. MAltOAIiET Heax recently died at St. Louis. She weighed over 050 pounds and a special coffin had to be made la which to placo the corpse A SISOLK stone 115 feet lone;, ten foot square at one end aud four feet square at the other has been successfully cut from the sandstone quarries at Hough ton Folnt, Wis. It is supposed to bo tho largest monolith ever quarried. Judge Tulev, of tb.j circuit court In Chicago, ruled that express companies must pay the internal revenue stamp on all packages offered for shipment; that the ',1a w expressly provides that the person issuing the receipt shall affix thn stamp. . Ox the receipt at Honolulu of the news of the annexation of the Hawaii an Islands the banks commenced to use tho war revenue stamps on checks and drafts, a consignment ha...

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. — 11 August 1898

3P" r-iw-cT -if "tm wuwiu:ns!'i QKMiJtAxaKSk0&9&P9' " sfr rr- -Lc: 7: ZF-- ' ,,l Si u A TARDY RECKONING. The Frngnl Ilounovrlfe Pnlls n Vlc- Hm to the Wllee of the Crnttr Street Vendor. "Sto-raTv-bcrri?, nice ripe ste-raw-ber-ries," shouted the street vendor is his horse jogged slowly through Dagley ave nue. "How much are they?" asked the pretty youne housewife who had hailed the ped dler by waving a towel. "Ten cents a quart, mam. All Michigan strawberries, and the dew's on 'eta yet, mam." "I!ut I want a bushel. I'm coinn to hnve a sort of a strawberry festival just among my relations, and I wouldn't run out of them tor tlie worm, liow much lor a bmhel?" 'Three and a half, mam." "Too much. You'll have to do better than that or II trv pome one eiFc. "I'll throw off a quarter," he said, and nhe nodded so that her voice might not betray her exultation. Then he catricd in 32 of the little measures that have the waist band about two inches from the bottom, received his monev and...

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