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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 23 May 1895

osS" a - . --"?'., HHffl . iihyi,.m. ., j..,.,,. ij, .fr.. . -, o" THE BEAVER HERALD. VOLUME I. BEAVEK, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1895. NUMBER 18. ''m.irftmm liiu,i WVUllln CURRENT COMMENT. Gkojioia nnd Uio Cnrollnns lmvo pro duced 845,000,000 In gold slnco 1702. Thk Lndics' Bicycling club of Tiffin, O., lias jmt Its foot down hard on bloom crs In club runs. I'hii.AHEI.I'iiia has established twen. ty-slx now nubile parks, gardens and squares during tho last seven years. Ei.izaukth Caiv Stanton and her co-workers In tho field of woman suf frage nro busj' on a now translation of the Illblo to meet tho necessities of tho movement of the now women. It costs tiro city of Chicago nbout 5200,000 every year to maintain and improve Lincoln, park. Tho park Is one of tho most beautiful bits of arti ficial gardening in tho world. The United Slates weather bureau cost tho country 5312,711 last year, but few persons would sny that tho invest ment was not a good one, as its pre dictio...

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 May 1895

ltTtifrrffi'1"!- nrmiar n h wj-yVJ-r r WOt HUUXJim-l .! ItflHUW.UltHftgfawyy Ji-ll'--..- -a-Jiij,; mHjjJjL.'iraJLgJJg TTr3C"i: ' w OHM. IMBWajy rI; it i :i r I ; I i f j fla ! i ;$I Mr. a I r5, 1 1 11 Jl 5 sjj i it I 5 PI if I if 4 i i. 1 1 Tit n M fc! fc ll' 1 Wiir 1 lit' garer - Jfcraltl. Official Couaty Paper. Jyr andOl.l.T WRIGHT Editor and Proprietor. aOSaaaa OSS aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataa iVASiu.(;ro.v LETTER. I t 7tm tr rrj-slrwnra4tr.l Wuhinsttn, I) CL May 17, IStu. Tir- ittME tf 1 be Utirsai. dtnrat iba wlH meet nailer formal aril m state . j ! aiareotibo 10 pas npo the iuimo ex sHver appeals very trwre,;T to free, esjls i.'c tneo. Tbe sdjesx rn. to be t frte ll ns! ssl' sifter J & rtH-r. .No pidiiieul campuji is rw mi in tbe state and t"str appear ns spteial reaxn why tbi wpiint; sWettl Le catted at thN time, ll Im vsry st-srlfaaat ai-panio am bests-,: IwW is tli Manner ji would eeswi tkt lite Ksnsisn; f a f teat ko fci mt Hp-m tut. Th fre c inase tsten ererjsrlter at MMH...

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 May 1895

Itf? jUTt- -, IHMuhil- Mt.ghrwKTK&iatxxmBamGtoM. VW-wV U i:"s j r.- . i.M.MwreM-i.rafljt,ijti.mij.iijurjn.3gvv3CT-if' 'fTwAiuciiayriv;iM,gM!hJtffjij;.M''r''wwM'f-iLi.ji )yxs"y'.t'cftfijrjiMt'wtiiWMti'Wft. 'gaiter - gjjeraldL I'UULISHBl) KrERY TIIURSLAY. BntoreJ at posiodioe at neater 0. T. m round class matter April 12, 1805. 1KKJ1S - - - - ?1 00 l'JM YEAU. AUTKRI18IXI) HATES BiaJe kuOWn OU ap plication. OFFICIA 1, Dili ELI OR Y 8ernor,...., Wm. C. Hen fro it. Secretary T.J. Lowe. Attorney General., C A. fJalbrallli. AitUtaat Attorney General. ...Hoy Hoffman. 0. 8. Marshall Edward I). Nix. 0. S. Attorney Caleb 11. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. f A. G. C. Merer. I J as. II. llurionl AMoeiate Jutttoes.... j II. W. Scott. (.J. L. MeAleo. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probate Judge CaiterTracy Clerk Dyke Ballinger Skcriff F. l. Healy Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney C. It. Wright iltgisler of Decile Dyke Ballinger aJapt. of Soheol Mrs. II. E. Blanchard firpyor It. 0. Barbee fiorener N. 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 May 1895

T M ,. v J i I! Si t:i ' 1. 1 i,' ; t if I f r M H I! tin' ADVICE FOR CYCLISTS. Ax unduly long handle-bar is weak, it prcads the rider out loo tnu A, and it enstcadies the steering'. liters should never discontinue cycling for any length of time, because tiers U no bet.or tonic; but if thty are compelled to for soao reason, they should immediately adopt some other form of exercise To leave an insufficient length of handle-bar stalk In the tub, though less disastrous to the machine, is more dangerous to the rider, for the handle bar is apt to come out into his bands, occasioning an awkward spilL Wnns you hear a grinding, clicking noise at the chain-wheel, don't jump to the conclusion that your chain Is slack. Try the main bearings. They may hare worked suCicicntly loose to throw the wheel oat of line and cause the un pleasant noise of the cogs. Ctcxuto strengthens the muscles of the tinkle immensely, and Is nearly al--ways beneficial after a sprain, that is to tay, when the ankle 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. — 30 May 1895

mn "WWW W'nTMHWWWWiflfcHMiiu ' .Ir,q.-,it". t C THE BEAVER HERALD. VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1895. NUMBER 19. rnkmrn ITH sou id of i- irtlal $r Ahd reverential tread. The armies of the llv'f Go forth to erect the dead. Around the grates they (father, A hush on every soul That listens In the stlcnco, Whllo Memory calls the rolL rrom tmtlo-statned Antlclam, from Missionary nidge, Trom Gettysburg and Shlloh. From mountain, plain and brldga. They como who died as heroes, They como from far or near. And as tho roll Is counted Each man makes answer; "Herat" Not ono Is of the mlsjlnu, Tho ranks nre full to-day. In solid marching order They stand, a close array, Their faces lit with courage As In that long ago. When for tho lovo of country They fell beforo tho too. On every gruvc a garland Of sweet May blooms Is laid, Till of tho sad God's aero A garden fair U made; And ever with tho lit Ins Uy glado or sunny knoll, Tho noblo dead aro marching As Memory calls t...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 30 May 1895

xnraf j" fl ' ! J1 VH ii 1 V t 1 ; . i 1 r "f l -3 1 i I. - (. Fi.fi I? Official County Paper. LILY mt IIOLLV iTRKiUT IMllnrs itnd I'rtijiriotor. IlECOUATIQX DAT. An Address Delherttl Xaji30, ISO.",, by CAPlTiTTlOTT. The scenes and tbe exercises of ihbt dt.y Irresistibly rees.ll to our rainde the stirring times ef '61 aod '63, tie results of hieli we meet to-day un-ltr one Sag ami in country tiodivtdcJ. In II ils course the nation to-day 'lands till anl In Ibe quiet plrit ef springtime be strews wll'j Jiwtn (Le tntf that Mies lis soldier dead The avennes ef trade are closed, the marts fee-amerce silent. Pst ret ina, villi il kindtta; rneoories if the days of strife leads the children out frees heme ami school iolo this Sabbath of patric.tlra. that nil may commune with those threadiest sleepers whftdie-j that man might b free and bi union a-mie-I. The dT is oteaa aud acred. No tibfe ef bitterness Sit the booms of American people wha .! re aright this time and tie leon, far the vetera...

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 May 1895

" Ww V - - .. v. rt JijcraM. runLisiici) Eri'.iiv Thursday. Entered at po9tonice at BcarerO. T. ns second class mutter April 12, 893. TERMS - - - - 51 00 PER YEAR. AUrr.tiTial.xu iiatti made known on ap plication. OFF101A L VIltEO 70 HI' floTtrnor, Win, 0. Renfrow. Secretary T.J, Lowo. Attorney Oeneral C A. flalbrattli. AisUtaot Attorney Oeneral.,.. Roy Hoffman. V. 8. Marshall Edward D. Nir. J. S. Attorney Caleb R.Urooks. Chief Justice... Frank Dole. f A. 0. C. Bierer. I Jos. H.liurfordl .Associate Justices. ... It. W. Stoll. I.J. L. McAtee. COUNTY OFFICERS. 'Probate Judge Cattcr "i7 Clerk . . . . 0 Dyke Uallinger' -Sheriff F. D. Healy Treaiurcr J. C. Williamson Attorney C. II. Wriglit iRegUlor of Deeds Dyke Uallinger tfnpt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Blanclianl Surreyor , ... R. O. Rarbee Coroner N. A. Ptckham (F. J. Rinlsall. iCammtssioners ) H. H.Q. l'ulman. (. I.e Hownrd, C. K. & W TlME'lAULE OOINu EAST. Leaves Englewood .;!. ,r),"i a. ra. AnUcs at Wichita.... 2.30 p.m. oomi WK1...

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 May 1895

m m hi, it II :'. Ik '? . '? i1 t.i j s '? 1 1 .v 1 I! "i I ill hi t ,.1?S ii l if' IS" i i M . h i! !. I! IW I -j f y PI '1 v i tiH M , !F i 'ii f W n I'- is I i.i t m t b. rn i kl t.J H l N Women Only Know r much they suffer when ner-cure. Thousands write that they Dow much they suffer when rows, weak and tired. Xorvous prostration Is a lingering, acktng, living death to those aiaictcd, though wholly Incomprehensible to rthcrs. The cause of this condition Is mpure and insufficient Illood. Make the blood pure, give it vitality ind it will properly feed the nerves nd make them strong-. Hood's Sarsa parilla cures nervousness because It lets directly upon the blood, making It rich nod pure and endowing it with rltality and strength-giving power. Xo jthcr medicine has such a record of Hood's SarsapariJIa Makes MY LADY'S TRINKETS. A ntrrrnnrLT veil-holder of sterling Ulvcr, opening and closing with a tpring, is among the useful new trifles. There Is an alarming rumor abroad lhat the old...

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 June 1895

SWP" ' v 'i-7r igpflW jrf7 r- i ,' HERAlLDi BEAVER tJ'i ,J i,. VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITOltY, THURSDAY, JUNE G, 1895. NUMBER 20. ",? ' 4I .J.J.XA'-V4--J.XJ.XXAXX.I.XJ.J...4.4-Xv' JUNE-1896. Sffll, Man, Tnc. Wei Tim. Sat, 2 G 8 9 10 ll 12 13 14 15 aio 17 18 19 20 21 99 23 24 25 o 6 27 28 29 30 JT-T1l"iryTTTTTTTTTrTT--VTT T'FTT't CURRENT COMMENT. Tub debt of Canada is 8I& per capita nnd that of Newfoundland S.'iO. Tin: country editors of New York state favor David II. Hill for the demo cratic presidential nominee. Alioirr fi.OOO moro railroad freight cars liavo been ordered in the first five months of the present year than. v:cro built during tlio wholo of 180 i. Piiksidknt Cr.KVRi.Axn has extended the civil service rules to tho remaining places in the agricultural department, which adds about f00 more persons to the classified service. Judob J. I. O'Connok, national presi dent of the Ancient Order of llibcrr nians, initiated 000 members at St. Louis recently. This broke t...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 June 1895

i i i ii H i't 1: j ji ? i' u ,i r M M n H f i :, S V i U l. 1 ( .it p! J i fc i XFIr'" Official County Paper. LILY and DOLLY WRIGHT Editor ami Proprietor. WASIUXGIOX 'LLTTElt. From ear rrcttlar re-rrrspo;. lent f Wellington, D. fj May 31, 1S95. A tell of tad news lms been oast ttfer tliis 'city daring the past weeV due to ' the dcaih or Hon. Wilt Q. Gretnai, 'Secretary of Stkte. lr. GresharoV ' dcilh Occurred at a laid heur Menday ' niht and the city was hardlj prepared ' for' tlie'abnauDcement of Iih death, for 'although- the fatal tvuitnalien of the Secretary' illness had been foretasted th'ere w no general spprehenswn that 'the end would coias so goon. Flaj were lowered at rant on all public boHd ' inpi aud tnstiy buioe bc-ufej. Official ' buInes wa fi.r the time laid aside- by " the higher officers r the goTcrument. u(2 the members of all official circle, togelber'with" prominent pcapla to pii ' vste life, iiitdpd to the Arllwinton, where I be Gr whams have raids their Iin! 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 June 1895

w K w j- , -fwvv- 'i?5 . &V X A " ..Jcsi" PUBLISHED EVnnY THUR3DAV. Entered at postftfllce st Heaver 0. T. as second clas matter April l'J, 18J5. .TERMS - - .. - $1 00 l'KIl Yl'.AIU advertising, nuns made known on ap plication. official direoiory governor .. VYm. C. ittnfrow. Secretary T.J. Lowe. Attorney Ocneral C A. Galbralth. Assistant Attorney General.... Hoy Hoffman. V. S. Marshall Edward I). Nix. (U. S. Attorney Caleb U. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dale. fA. G. C. uicrer. I Jaa. H.Uurtord.l Associate Justices.. .. i H. W. Scott. (.J. L. McAtee. COUNTY OFFICBRS. Probata Judgo Caitcr ""Mty , Clerk , . . . .Dyke Uallinger .Sheriff F. D. Hcaly Treasurer J. C. Williamson Attorney C. 11. Wright Register of Deeds Dyke Ballinger Supt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Hlanehard ..Surveyor R. 0. Barbeo Coroner N, A. Pcckham fF. J. Birdeall. Camtnissioners J H. E. Q. I'utman. I Leo Howard. . ' C. K. & W Timetable OOINu EAST. 'eavea.Englcwood , ...3..r)5 a. m. Antjrtfc at Wichita 2,;io p.m....

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 June 1895

K h. V m$ Brown.' fit I .-!t,v?7frT l OTAIN JACj WAJNTOflL U tOorTBlcnr. IM. dt tttn Atmion Alt ntcurs ltcssnvxn. CHAPTER IX.-Co.vrist:tr. "My dear plrl, I feared ns much, anil that is why I have pointed you to the lmpasvablc barrier which lies between you at present. You must master this growing; fondness before It masters you, for love, my child, when once It (rains supremacy rules Its victims as with a rod of Iron, and InuRh to scorn the rules of propriety. Think of the distressing scandal which would npl tato the military circles of the whole land were It to become known that the beloved daughter of one of the, most distinguished officers of the army had bestowed her love upon a humble pri vate soldier In tho ranks. The linger of scorn would be pointed at you, dear, and your old father, were he to survive the shock, would resign his proud posi tion and seek to bury himself from the world in obscurity and retirement. You are treading dangerously near tho "brink of an awful precip...

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 June 1895

i3 U O O THE BEAVER VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1S95. NUMBER 21. Gerald 4 VlJLAJlAJUJ.J.AM.U.tJ.tAAAXAAAy -r JUNE 1896. Sun. Hon. Tne. Wei Tiro. Fri. Sat, 3 G 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 JIG 17 18 19 20 21 99 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Jt yyrTWtVTTTTTTTTTTVT VTTT! CURRENT COMMENT. STnr.nAor. rates to Ijtiropo liavo been advanced from lusl year's" figure of 810 to nearly double that sum. Inci.udi.no Secretory Grcsham, ten members of tho cabinet have tiled In ofllcc since tho foundn'lon of the United States government. "Coi.n" IIaiiviiy and ex-Congressman Roswcll G. Horr, of Michigan, proposo to indulge in a financial' dcbs.to, which will probably last ten days. Tun nmount of capital invested in tho electrical business in the United States, not including telegraphy, has been estimated at 5150,000,900. London has had a very successful exhibition of "Fair Children," pretty little boys and girls, and it is pro nounced more interesting than a baby bhow. A Wi:st Virgini...

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 June 1895

f : citvtt JfcjcraM. OSW-tf CMHily fmfv. LILT and IJOLI.Y WKIHJ1T Editor mid Proprietor. I,. N .iSHINttTOX Ll.TTEU. rs-nlar correspondent. JTro. Washington, I) C June ?, 1S!V. Wh i to I the bnl Secretary of State? ItM is ttie question that stern now lo tie njltMitif, the u.lliilr nf the people Allrrey General Olney in tippoed to be the wont promising candidate. His umt has 1-een nitntioned mot prominently In that con nection. Although Postmaster General nil on j natr lias alto been I outbid upon. It has bet n rumored here that llitra will Se quite change In the Cabinet, for, if AN turncy General Olney should be selected as Secretary of Mute it Is tuore than likely that Secretary Smith will be placed in the At. tarney General a chair. Though none of tuns rumors are Jefinlte jet it gises u a omstbine; lo conjecture upon. The appoict rarnt is ntualty within thirty days from Ihe deuh ef the foror secretary. It U not ud likely that Fresidsnl Cleveland will cxerctie due diiertfioa In thi ...

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 June 1895

t V-y- u $ zuvev rsttft PUDX.ISIIED KVKIIV THURSDAY. Enttrcd at postoffice at Beater 0. T. aa leeoixl ilms natter April 12, 1893. TERMS - - - - 11.00 PER YEAR. ADTitMisma lutks made known ou ap plication. 0FF1CIA L D1REL 7 OR Y dorernor Wm. C. IUnfrow. Secretarj , T.J. Lowe. Attorney General C A. Oalhraith. Aialatant Attorney General.... Roy Hoffman. B. 8. Maraholl Edward I). NMx. V, 8. Attorney Cnleb 1U llrooka, Cltlif Juitlce Frank Dale, f A. Q. C. liierer. Jm. H. Burford.t Ajiociate JusIiqm.., H. W. Scott. LJ.L. McAtet. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probata Judge Carter Trscy Clerk Dyke Uallinger Sheriff. P. D. Healy Treasurer J. C. Williamnon Attorney C. R. Wright Regiiler of Deeds Dyke Uallinger flapt. of.Schools, ,...,. Mrs. 11. E. Blanchard Surfryor R. 0. llarbee Ocroncr N. A. Peckiiara (V. J. Dlrdiall. CammliBlonari -j II. E. G. Putman. ( Lee Howard. C. K. & W TlMElAliLE 00l.1t. UST. Uaavea Eogtewoad ....3..r)j a. tn. Anlm at Wichita 2.30 p. ni. coixo wur. Lmiii Wichita , 0. 30 a. m....

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 June 1895

11- : I 'A i ,n til ir M IV I". f!. Mb si r 71 B). J r 1 H V ! v b; r tM 11 i ii I i ' V r ; ; t iri-b ll THE LATEST AKT WORKS. A moxviikxt to Schllcmann, the dls-i (covercr of Troy, is to bo erected la Schwcrin, Germany. I A 8TAT11. of Cromwell, to be made by iThorneycroft, has just been ordered by the Drltish government. It will be set up al Westminster. I Tnn Duchess d Ticca is at work on n 'colossal statue of tlio Virgin Mary, 'which sho Intend to place, on a rocky mountain peak on her estate. A UAltnLS medallion portrait of John 'Couch Andams, the discoverer of Xcp 'tunc, 1ms just been setup in Westmins ter Abbey, close to the memorials to Iranc Newton, Darwin and Hcrschol. Around the medallion is carved the namo, with the inscription: "JJep tunum Calct'.lo Monstrnvit, A. S. JtDCCCXLV." A Velasquez lately presented by ,1onl Sovllo to the National Gallery in Tendon, reprcsendn a bctrotlial, Is be lieved by liitn to bo the last picture painted by the artist, and to contain portra...

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 June 1895

' V , $f iMk THE BEAVER HERALD. t W. ct .i VOLUME I. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1895. NUMBER 22. '( CURRENT COMMENT. ' The Colorado M. E. conference voted to admit women to the general confer ences. , TllK number of nationnl banks In the" Uniteil States was recently re ported as 5,002. TllK United States supplies about tliree-fourths of nil the meat for the European demnnd. Wyomixo has elected only ono wom an as a delegate to the Kepubllqan,?a tlonal league convention, though equal tuffrngo prevails in that state. . Money Is bo abundant in London that the Spectator predicts an .early reduction of 'thc'iafijof Interest on per manent investments to 3 per cent. In the first five months of 1893 the net gold exportation from tho United States was about SO'.'.OOO.OOO; in the first five months of 18U4 it was S37,O00, 1)00, and in the first five months of 1S93 it was 812,000,000. 1 Tin: mayor of New Yorlc city and the governor of New Yorlc stato have ap proved tho bill t...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 20 June 1895

l,UtJ-JP,"EJ3rj!'V-' i VTt ll i II i.i : ? r lit I 111 fl Hf ai 13 f J 1 V: ' S3 U f ; Ifl tj MS A 5 ffewsM. tiwer H Olflciu! County Popor. l.ll.V mill HOLLY WMdHT IMItor nnd l'rftprlplors. COIN'S 1'I.VAM'IAIi M'HOOL. lir W. II. 1IAKYKV. CojiyrlihtMl lu IfOI, by Cols I'uitwiiM CM f ufttNtut CltAI'TEIt 1. VOU.Va .SCOTT RETIinNS. Vomit; Scott vus torn entering the room; lm was Dairying in lila Land a luml.. Ilu stopped utid niltlrcssitl (?01N, Mi)ini: Hist lio wished to apologize for liis ruiiduel, and was I'tuv Iimo to stny ir permitted tu do .so. Coin told him that so long as lie ac cord! to others tho right lu eiitermin iorri difletent from his, his ii.unn would hu kept mi the rt'll m a gliiuVnt at the "Financial School." Thereupon Mr. Seoll said: " I am io formed that you have stated that &il er was the unit or value prior to IS?!!; that this unit was composed of JttU trains of pure tilvcr nr -II grains of .standard mIict. Ninv I want to know if it is ool h fact tlut hot., gol...

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 June 1895

ite a &, r jtsnr arar Kienthi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered (it postoflica at Hearer 0. T. as second clnss mutter April 12, 1895. TERMS - - - - $100 PER YEAH. jUlVUlTISI.NO IUTK3 luatle kllOWU Oil np- plication. OFFICIAL J) J RE 07011V Uorernor Win. C. Renfrow. Secretary.... i T.J, Lone. Attorney General C A. flalbrallli. Assistant Attorney General. ... Roy Hodman. V. S. Marshall Edward 1). Nix. U. S. Attorney Caleb R. Brooks. Chief Justice Frank Dtlc. f A. (1. C. Merer. I Jns. ll.Ilurfurd.t Associate Justices.... J. II. W. Stott. I.J. L. McAteo. COUNTY OFFICERS. Probate Judge Carter Ti icy Clerk k . . . . Dyko Balllngcr Sheriff P. D. Healy Treasurer I. C. Williamson Attorney C. II. Wright Register ofDceds Dyke Ballinger fiupt. of Schools Mrs. II. E. Blanchard Surveyor R. 0. Barbco Coroner N. A. Beckham f V. .T. Birdsall. Cerumlssloners -j II. E. 0. 1'utman. Leo Howard. C. K. &W TlMElAHLH flOI.Nu CAST. Leaves Englewood . ...3..r.r a. w. Anlves at Wichita 2.n0 p.m. tioisa...

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 June 1895

Tfi4im ? Wig. H-rgf5 K i i I l'-ftif If! ! KM DOMESTIC CONCERNS Cheese Omelet: Four well bcnlcn TJi half teacup of tfrnted crnclccrs, three tnblespoonfulB of prated cheese. Tour into a hot pun and fry. Kntmrrs' Rev low. Apple Mncaronl Stew some nice tnrt apples, sufllclcnt to make nbout two pints nnd h linlf of rather thin sauce, sweeten a little, put Into thu inner cup of a double boiler, heat to boiling, nud cook in u cupful of mncn ronl broken into inch lengths from one to two hours as needed. Ssrva hot. Good Henlth. llrend crumbs rnnk nmonj? the house cleaner's best friends. Crushed to a conrso powder, they tuny bo used to clean delicate lamp shades, screens, show cases, benrfs unci the bolting cloth trifles dear to the heart of the dccoratlvcly inclined, Hread crumbs will also reinovo greaso spots from wall papers, and are, indeed, invalu able in freshening wall papers that have become dingy. Nut Crisps; Mix together thor oughly one and one-half cups of conrse graham Hour nnd o...

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