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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 September 1898

f) Hi Tho Beavor Horald. NOAH DAVHS. Publisher. jQBAvnn, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tur.ltK nro said to bo 40,000 blind persons In tlio United States. WEYi.un, lato captain genernl ot Cuba, Is said to havo cntcrotl Havana with S1.400 and to have returned to' SpMn with Sll.OOO.OOO. TiiKnn Is no longer any suffering Jrora hunger In Santiago or Its Immo dlato neighborhood. Our flag thero has been tlio symbol of- humanitarian relief and of reviving Industry. No now legislation, it was announced, will bo required to authorlzo tho pay ment of pensions to tho soldiers who wcro disabled In tho Spanish war and tho widows of thoso who loll victims to bullets or fever. Ilnv. Wkslkv JIlakrm, of Keystone, "W. Va., Is 107 years old. Ho has preached 7,703 sermons, baptized 0,0211 people and married 1.S17 couples In 85 years. Ho says ho has 1,031 living de scendants, embracing flvo generations, Mns. MAiir Mahq.uk, n ncgrcss, re cently died In Little Hock, Arlc. Sho was said to bo tho largest colore...

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. — 29 September 1898

a X fWAW communicttone for thie rper inouta T Tjnnei dubiously, although ns much In b accompanied br the nsnn otthe author, not cineii to see tho sport , j,s fricmi. twssrllyJor publication but nevldtn 0, Unc,c 1)ck wonH car Wfi ot good faith on the part of th writer. Write ,nly on one aide of the paper. partlcalarly aarefulln giving namei and dfttei to hate the letter and figures plain and dlitlnct, UNCLE SAM'S PRIMER. Of all the letters In the book The noted one, I guess, Is now, and for awhile will be, Wie crooked letter S. 8 stands for Uncle Sam, you know, That straight and stalwart man; 6 stands for States and Statesmen, too, Who legislate and plan. 8 stands for Spain and Spanish war, For Sailors, Ships, and Sea; S stands for Suffering Cubans This wcr has Set them free. S stands for Senor Sngnsta, The leadng man In Fpnln; S stands for Charles D. Slgihee, The captain of the Maine. ' S stands for Seamen, brave and strong, Who'll fight until they die B stands lor Squadron, Sinking...

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. — 29 September 1898

Mimijniiiimn.mmmiim jatrcr m rtW. PUULlSllKI) I'VllIiY TMJIWDAY. onicial County Papop. KOAll DAYKS, Kilitor .mil I'rmirlfliir. Bute red at postollice nl Heaver 0. T. hh second dj matter Aj'tll 10, ISO.",. Ttmtii - - - - i on rr.i; yi'.au. aiivjiiTHINii hatm lnndii known on iip-pllc-ilion. A. T, & S. P. U'T co, t I oaVLTIMI!Tlll.K, WAV lit, 1SW. I'-ist l,mnil. BlnliCM V 'est bound (Hi-mi ii p.) . K.H) )i in. .ll.Mp. in. ., in. . 7. to a in. . .Win in, ,. 1,15 n. in. . ll -.il i. in. IW p. in. HOOp. III. , Hnclnwriid ....feitvy ..Mulintie ..Wlehltn Ncwtim.. .. I'lOITIIWI. . Kunsiis City. . .Oilmen ... . Tin Idilit l-V Homo tuns Hie lateit tin jt iiiliiiiliiini'iit Unit I Iciifiwn, finite l'a- niter Tlulitt . , ., C.uiinu llrktlSH 1I tn nil points, nml Hag l!K" I hfrk.nl t'i ilestlmlli n. rnr runt -x.r.'t n, tlino table", nr nnv other I ir riiinlluii. i ly to tin, tiniicrli!nil, nr tu W.J Huu'k.tj. I AT. .. Inpi'1.11. Kansas. . K .Umhh. AC in. r.UKlewood. Kaiiitft.. IEAST T ROCK IS...

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. — 6 October 1898

h IS iPii. 111 1 li Tlio Largest Circulation of any Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. mi: Oklahoma KEVJSPAPEn. c 6. 1 31 l"l"'li . M I ii.-imi. -3 VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1D98. NO. 21. 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET, For Delegitc to Couprcss, DENNIS T. FLYNN. For Representative- 'iflth Disf, J. U. WILLIAMSON. For Councilman i-jth Di-t', HARRY SMITH. I'orSheiin, M.13. HI BBS. for Clerk, FRANZ S DKUMMOND. For Treasurer, 110BT. BROWN For Attorney, DYKI3 BALLINQCK. Tor Supt. Pub. Irnl-, , T. L TLOYD. Fur Probate Jutlgo, , C. 0. TANNAMLL. For Assessor, Wm. QUINN For Coroner, N. A. I'ECKIIAM, For Surveyor, 0 M GARDNER. For Coruraissloncr 1st Dm., J. T. UUNLAP. For Commi'sionrr 21 Dist., IRA 3. WILSON For Coniml-sioncr 31 I'.ist., J. I. STEELE. DEMOCRAT TICKET. For Delegate to Congress, JAMES H. KEATON. For Representative 26th Dist. W. A TJIAUGU. For Councilman 13th DUt OHAS. M THACIIEU. For Sheriff, HARRY J. REAS. Tor Clerk, FRED C. TRACY For Attorney,...

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. — 6 October 1898

II I 5 1 The Beavor Horald. NOAH PAVE8. PubllBhor. UBAVER, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. I.V the wholes Unltctl States tlioro nro C,42T,7C7 bachoiors and 3,224,404 urn married women. Col. ItoosKVKt.T says ovcrty stato in the union was ropresontcd In his rcjr jnent of rough riders. Two years npo tho membership of the Grand Army numbered 340,000. Last year It was 320,000, and now it Is r.o5,ooo. Tuir first frco public Mihool at Mus cogee, I. T,, was opened on tho 10th, as n result of tho lncorporutlon of Mus cogee under tho municipal laws of Arkansas, which havo been put In force In tho Indian territory by con Kress. Lovr.t, CI.AHK, of Denmark, N. Y who is 02 yours old, has scon tho sol diers march to fight undor tho stars nnd stripes four different times first In 1812, then In 1840, In lbfll and a few weeks ago, when ho wont to Syracuse to sco tho bovs oft for camp. Mish Kloiiknck NioiiTiNOAr.K, who lias never recovered from thoelTccts of her labors during tho Crimean war, presents In...

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. — 6 October 1898

-.tr'T-J- o a &. - 'improvement In Flying MnchlntR. Inventors are plenty who can make a ma chine thst will ruo nml float In air, but the one improvement which none hi succeeded in making is an apparatus that will guide the machine through the many treachcroua cur rents of air. In thin respect humanity is fortunate in having llostetter'a Stomach Bitters, which acts as a safe guide by cur ing treacherous uomach, liver and blood diseases, giving a good appetite, a strong con stitution and nerves like steel. An Kxulnnntlnn. "Lookl" exclaimed a lady to her compan ion at the opera. "There is Mrs. Oldine in that box. Her hair is jet black and I'm posi tive it was streaked with gray the last time I saw her. "Very true, dear," replied the other, "but you know her only brother died thrca months ago." "Indeed I But what has that got to do with the color of her hair?" "Why, don't you understand? She's Id mourning." Chicago Evening News. Starring for Ylrealh. Several hundred thousand people ...

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. — 6 October 1898

TWrCTJ!i.mj:min.uuij.-rytr'gr.Ljniat. umnncy-nju wm:wnu , wutfmisuf Liii-n.iu.-iir.'.iJaji.;tmBJi.ii'VlnJULmiiiiiijJWi.mtrT USHHIiraSHr.lff F ' M m" w-r S" jijAa liiii i?ilTiy t, P rJlctlir I $i:rW. rcm.tsiiKt) r.rutiY Tiiunsn.w. Official County Papor. '0H DAVl'.S, LMHnr nnd Vnmrlr-lor. Littered nt uMolfico h1 Hearer U. T. as sio.mil clM trot 1 1 it April 1'J, IS!).!. TTltMS - - iPl 00 t'EIt vi:ar Atvi.i.Tlstt.a maths mmle known on np- pll.lltlull. A. T, & S1 F. E'Y GO. J.00 lb Tilt! T 1111.1 11 lY 1U, ISM. rcsMimoil. . Stations Westbound. (Ii HU ll.; ... 8,1X111.111. .W.Si p. III. . c.Sft ft. in, (vail do n.) I (Kill 111. . . a on. in. .. .' Kill. III. ( '. 4 1 1. 1.1 I'" .. '.it p. Ill I I) p 111 1 ," M r. v. in. I v I Mil i. III. ( II IS p in aln. Ill i ')i in. I v tin in. J - .Knclewond.. ....Hpivey . ,,..Sluliahr. ...Wlrllltn . ....Now ton . ... Florence KiinsuB I'lty. . ..Lulragu , T.SOn. m. . 5. Ma. in, .. 4,1 a. in. fi 21 p. m. in is p. in. - u imp. in. Tito Kantn F Koul...

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. — 13 October 1898

yFrrfTTTY r ' " 'T. H' ERALD. i-r; -. i ..n. - . .. - - - ..... 1 fr . V. T ti, ij Tim Largest Circnlnlton of any Newspaper in West era OKIalioiii.1. rut; rM.DKST KLMIOMA ri NEWSPAPER n 'WwuwruamDBgmmuiiwwnw VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898. NO. 22. El X t . REPUBLICAN TICKET, For Delegate to Congress, DENNIS T. FLYNN. lor Representative 'JGth Disf, J. 0. WILLIAMSON. For Councilman 13th Dif, 1IAKHV SMITH. Fur SUcrilT, M. i:. 111111)3. For Clcrlt. niASX S DUUMMOND. 1'or lreasurer. KOBT. BHOWN 1'or Attorney, dvki: BALLlNOEIl. 1'or Supt. l'ub. lnsl T. L FLOYD. For Probate Judge, C. 0, TANNEIULL. -For Assessor, Wm. QUIXX Fur Coroner, N. A. l'KCKHAM, For Survoior, 0 M OAHUXEn. For Commissioner 1st Dist., J. T. DUNLAl. For Commissioner -1 Dist.. UtA . WILSON. For Commissioner it J i:ist,, j. i. srniiLE. DEMOCRAT TICKET, I"or Delegate to Concrcfis, JAMES 11. KEA.TON. For Representative 2tith Dist. W.A.TIIAUGII. For Councilmir. 131 h Dial., C11...

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. — 13 October 1898

I The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. BEAVER, - OKLAHOMA. E -.. . CURRENT COMMENT. John Hammck, .1 farmer n( Harbour county, W. Vn., Is said to havo discov ered the lost nrt of Egyptian embalm iDf' CiiAinMAN Hum-, of tlio liouso mili tary committee, will Introduce a bill nt the next session of congress to In crease tho regulnrarmy to 100,000 men. AccomiiNO to the latest available statistics, tho United States this year canned 4,500,000 cases of tomatoes. Of this Missouri contributed 150,000 cases. Tiik French wheat crop Is estimated to bo tho largest slnco 1874 and will render that country Independent of Importations from tha United States. I'm sidkxt McKini.kv recently wrote n letter Indorsing tho plan to set apart October 19 In tho public schools of -America as "Lafoyetto day," when pupils will bo asked to contribute funds to help build tho monument to Lafayette. Accoiwi.no to tho report for tho year ended Juno 30, 1808, of John II Wlllclc, Jhlol of tho secret service silvls...

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. — 13 October 1898

jyxll communications for this raper should, fee accompanied br the name of the author, not nececsarlly for publication but as an evidence of Rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one tide of the paper. Be particularly careful In Riving names and dates to hate the letters and flRures plain and distinct. FLAG OF DELIVERANCE. To the hills In the sunrlso track Of a nation born to be free. "Where the looms of the Merrlmao Enrich the fleets of the sea, To the lakes of the timber gone. Where the Inland navies run. To the fields of the south full-blown With their cotton white In the sun, 'To the western rivers that leap In the grand Pacific bays "Where the winds of empire sweep And the beacons of commerce blaze Yor the greeting of hearts that spring To the thrill of Llberty'siall, On the sky of summer we fllnR Tho flag that covers them all! "It bears no menace of fate For the rage of a vengeful hour. It flies no signal of hate, No lure for the lust of power. No envy, ambition,...

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. — 13 October 1898

"JPXXL- I I i n i I en i'L'mshj:i nvr.uv tiiuhsday. OiHoial County Paper. Mi III II.'.VIIS, lMllor .mil Pi owlet nr. Riili-H-d nl winllii.c ill llenver I). T. in seouid ttls imilirp April 12. lMtf. rriiMd - - - - si oornit vu.ut. tlivntTlslxtl imra limilu kiiiinn uii ni (illOdllutt . A. T, & S F. R'Y CO. l,l(1l. II Sill TWILL, MAV in, l"irt. 1n.LlKo.ml Mfntlona West limtllil (lit ml il wn.) lid-nil it .; . H,l!il 1. III. .l'J..Vp. in. , H.lL'i n. III. I inn m. Knglpwcoil . 1.1 jiii. in. . .Nplvuy u'l'.'in'l Ml,1'""H H'i'!:::::i wici""- ,:;.;;,1,::.,:,u - II 1.1 p in .. .I'liiiMir" . hih. iii hiuiRim City 1I12i.Iii.I Clilpniro II Ur. in. U,,C"K 7. Hon. in. . S SO n in. 4, I'm. in. II '.il i. in. l'l-.'K p. Ill, II VI p. III. 'Mm Hm-ln 1'h Itoittn nuts Ihu latest lm pi' vnl eq'iininoiil Unit It known, on IU Pa-i-i inter Tmlns . . ,. I iit'iiii tickets 1 1 to tilt points, nuil Hag-pug- Ch.cW.i 1 1 destination. i piiil'i.itiK, lime Initio, or auv oilier I .r itnatiini, ptdy lMu im',...

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. — 20 October 1898

-' , I .r 4 r-i-'t BEAVER HERALD .4MiMl.UItih, i ,, ..MAJJuaj The Largest Circulation of any Ncwsnnpcr in West ern OUlflJioniii. nil: OLDEST KLAJ10AIA 1 NEWSPAPER -r& VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, .898. NO. 23. a uw. b REPUBLICAN TICKET, l-'or Delegate to Congress, DENNIS T. FLYNN. Tor Representative tiCth Dist-, J. 0. WILLIAMSON. For Councilman 13th I)if, 'HARRY SMITH. For Sheriff, M. L. IIIIIC3. for Cleik. FRANZ S. DRUMMOXD. i-'or Treasurer. ROBT. UROWN. For Attorney, UYKi: BALLIXOUU. V For Supl. Pub. lost, T. L. FLOYD. For Trobale Judge, C. 0. TANNEUILL. For Assessor, Wm. QUIXN For Coroner, V A. I'KCKIIAM, For Surveyor, G M QARUXER. For Commissioner 1st Dist., J. T. DUNLAP. For Commissioner 21 Dist.. IRA 8. WILSON. For Commissioner 31 Hist,, J. I. STEELE. DEMOCRAT TICKET. For l)ole,;ateto Congress, JAMBS U. KKAT9N. For RcpreHentativo 2Gth Dist. V;A. TllAUOH. For Councilman llllli Dist., CllAS. M THACIIER. For Shetitl', IIARRV J. HE...

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. — 20 October 1898

.spsspip "' HW.I I. J 11 A W IU IT fi lj Tho Beaver Her .aid. NOAH PAVE8. Publisher. HEAVER, - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Thiiitv Ico companies have recently consolidated In Chicago with a. capital of 87,000,000. Thk number of passengers kitleil on the railways of Great llritaln last year was only IS. Nkaiu.y 2,000,000,000 gallons of beer, nlo nnd distilled liquors uro produced In tho United States each year. Tiik treasury bureau of statistics hns compiled figures showing that the manufacture of slllc In tho United States Is Increasing enormously. The coflln-tnnkcrs havo formed n trust with n capltnl of 820,000,000, and tho Now York Trlbuno says it will now cost more to dlo than formerly nnd cofllns will deteriorate. La. Lucha, ono of tho most promi nent dally newspapers In Havana, ad mitted a fow days ago that slncu 180r,, when tho last revolt began, 00 per cent, of tho native Cubnns havo died. Attention was called tho other day to tho fuct that u Pittsburgh man who Ktolo two chi...

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. — 20 October 1898

VV Jl"M 'TEE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUPIOF FIGS is due not only to the orlplnalltyinnd simplicity of the combination, but also to the caro and cJcill Tvlth'.wliich it is manufactured by Bcientlflc processes known to the California. Fio Syhui Co. only, and we -wish 'to impress upon nil the Importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs iffmnnufaetured by the California Fio Srnui1 Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tho worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties. Thu higli standing of the Cali fornia Fio SriiUi' Co. with tho medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, ns it nets on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember...

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. — 20 October 1898

ha"iTOsorfcL?"--- .. . i 1 Mi UkAOiKWVmti , W-!HAUAJ jkMMMtWt I f a V A I) H if It . JjJjCetfcllrT SjJVtlU I . " 7 ritti.i.xiii.u im.iw tiuusu.w. OHlolal County Paper. NOAH D.VVIIS, IMIIor.uid I'nunli'liir. Knlfi f 1 Hi piistulhce ill llniiT O.T, in second dust nnller April 1'.'. IMI.'t, ITUM - - - - $10(1 Nil! VL'All. .tfivs'inisiMJ ha r h undo known on( up pllestioti. A. T. & S. F. R'Y CO. I.OCVt.TIMIlTtlll.S, MAt M, K'S. Fas' li 'ii nl. Hln'lnns Wrji llOllllll (ILjadilmwi ) (lt-nj iii.) 4.li III. . Ilnglcweod. . s.M 1' I", l'l 'ilium . .isplvey ,l:..""i p. in. Io!''.!!! Mula'" hMB.m. 33 II: S! vw,,h11-' :"'0"", Ihmkm'I No"",n ssin.m. II lip ill . 1-liii.ni 1,1. n. iii. II'IIIH.III IvHIIKHII I'll) II M p. III. M -.J li. in. I .,,.,., l'l-.'Mi. HI. v i.l !t. in ; .Chicago rt mi p. tn. Tli Hants IV 1'iiMt runt Hie latest lin pr red i'iniuiiH'tit Hint It known, mi its l'axo ngor Trains. (J 'iiiMiti tickets Id to nil points, und Hag gug" Cli.ck.d t i tl n'ltirtlli'i), n r ronl , r...

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. — 27 October 1898

H)f" V C" '"V" vr Tho Urges! Circulation of any NpYf.pnpcr In West' cm Oklahoma. run 'f -' r y - OLDEST VKLAHOiMA ,, L-J.J-1IU1IU I1IWIIM .. i..im.iJ.iii.!..m..m.. (f-r'' VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, " ,3d8 rrannsMm ""IV NO. 24. REPUBLICAN TICKET, For Delegate to Congress, .DENNIS T.FLYNN. For Representative Gth Dist-, J. U. WILLIAMSON. For Couucilman 13th Dit", IIARltY SMITH. Fnr Sheriff, M. i:. I1II1US. lr Clerk. nUNfc S DRUMMONfc. Tor Treasurer, Ht)DT. D110WN. for Attorney. uvKi:nALU.oi:ii. 1'or Sunt. Tub. Inif, T. L PLOW. 1'or Probate .ludgr, . ., C. 0. TANS Kill Lu. For Assessor, AVm. QUINN For; Coroner, N. A. PUCK II AM, For Surveyor, 0..l QAUDNF.R. J'or Commissioner let Dim., J. T. DUNLAI'. I"or Conirnil.nr IM DIM.. . IRAS. WILSON. 1'or Comml'slotiVr 'i I list .. J. I. SMILE. ' Read J. 0. Williamso n's letter: Mates exactly his position. It Tim degree of doctor of laws was recently conferred upon President McKmlcy by the Chicago U...

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. — 27 October 1898

Hil'i IWhIiMIHsWii nrwjijMiB.il tJtw'it 4- f I 14 Hi v The Beayor Ilorald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. BEAVEIt, - - OKLAHOMA. - .... i i i ' CURRENT COMMENT. A iikckkt report said tlmt the Santa Fe roail bad made nrrangomonts to light all tlie cars of Its limited trnln running botween Chicago and Los An golcs, Cal., a dlstanco of 2,245 miles, with electricity evolved from the frlc tlon of the car axles. I Tun American Public Health asso ciation, which recently met at Ottawa, OnU, recommended that the- United States, Canada and Mexico mako the Itcrtllllon system of classification of riteenso the basis of tho mcVtallty sta tistics of tho census of 1000 and 1001. GeiuiAny's meat fainlno Is spread ing and In many places cata and dogs nro being slaughtered and cater by tho poor. Tho consumption of horse ilesh Is nlso increasing remarkably, horsoflcsh shops being opened in towns whoro they have never existed before. An inventor proposes to furnish the llrltlsh war ofllco an electric gun which,...

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. — 27 October 1898

J. 1SSKOI - ''TiiJTJA,jjaairTri .'dL., llJoYOU ( cTL ,. . w want nsamptkm? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year. Itcomestotpose who have had coughs and colds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are Inflamed. Stop your cough when It first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. Ayer's Cherry tpectorait I stops coughs of all kinds. It coes so because it Is a sooth ing and healingremedy of great power. This makes it the great est preventive to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whelm Medical Library Frmm. For four cents la stamp tonarvost. age, we will semi you mutn medical books. Medloml Asfro. Frmm. We hare the exeluslre services of some or the most eminent phrlelnt la the United States. Unusual oruor. tnnltles and long experience ml nently Qt them for RiTlnc jon rsedUal aarice. wnie ireeir au Write Ireeir ad the partis- I ulars In your esse Ton wm recei...

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. — 27 October 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. — 3 November 1898

'I u ft...-! A i. 1 , - , a HiA i... ., , 1l HERALD. JL t t The Largest. it Clrwlatlon I ftffi of any Newspaper In West crn Oklahoma. ELDEST iW JfrLAHOMA lit?. NEWSPAPER n.r- rt ' f. cc VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1898. MO. 25, BEAVER V jg, 3PVHBBVRBBk 7it STAND 111' I'LYXX. In this our last issue before election we stilt urge the voters ol the county tr remember Hon. I). T. Flynn wheu it oines to votinp;. Ho is by fur the ablest man to send to Congress, and his past rocord is audi as to establish lor j hitn great advantages in tbo manae ',eut of Territorial interests. When ; it comes to tending a man to Congreis ibe situation must bo taken into consid eration that it rcqnites raoio than ordi nary ability to aciompltsh any thing for the Territory. A man may possets winy good business qualifications and yet bo no good in Congress. If wo can not elect a man of exocutivo ability, as well as oilier necessity qualifications we may as well no...

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