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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 3 November 1898

, jrv .jf.,ijwir"'" T--fi-" - - I u M The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. BEAVKR, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tnn assay ofTlco nt Seattle, Wash., nnd the mint nt San Francisco call raato the Klondike output for the sea ton at 83,000.000. The governments of New Zealand nnd tlio Australian colony of Victoria have gone Into tlio business of Ore In surnnco by the state. Cou Wamso estimates tho cost of cleaning Havana, Including tho dredg ing of tho bay, draining, sewcrngo and paving, at 523,000,000. Two ltttlo steamers to bo built by an English Arm are to have a speed of 40 statute miles an hour. Crossing tho Atlantic In thrco days will soon be possible. fji.' Tiik Hoston board of." health recent ly investigated tho riucfilion of acci dental gas asphyxiation; which causes un averago of 34 death a year In thnt city. Their report declared that J5 per cent, of. the fixtures were de fective. EiaiiTVKOtni per cent, of tho enlist ed force of tho United States navy aro now stated to bo Am...

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. — 3 November 1898

il a M mini fOOTE ICoryrlchl, i84, ty Mary Matlock Iwte.l III. Continued. "Are Hstcnlu'?" Mike inquired, ledng that Darcle was eying his pa IorB In n mrdltathc wny. "Beca'senv ye are not, I'll not waste me breath." "Go on," said Darcle. "I was only comparing wlmt I linve said myself 1th what ou arc saying. It's odd we should look at It In the same way. You're a hot-headed Irishman, like all the rest of them, Mike. Why aren't joti swearing tows against the oppres sors?" "Beca'se I'm wan av thlm rncself. It's not a hobo I am, packln' me blank ets from camp to camp. I'e a shtakc av jno own In the counthry; and if this foolishness goes on, I'm clanc ruined. There's no man can run a, mine In the Cor -de 'Lane no, nor sell it, av he was to gle it away the gait thingb is go Iri now. "Ah, it's not a question nvthe miner at alii They wants to run things here Oia same as they does in Montany. Ye wouldn't believe the power av the union in Ilutte. Things -was gettln' mighty quare last spring be...

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. — 3 November 1898

MiuijiwiTm mi mi,,; wtammGnmrw--1 "ww-v 'Hg-w 9(vAm,niiMH j? ,JaF m'''ij!n J ' - -j-s""-;'tm'L'i" f i j I ' VU jcr;tUL rUIIMStinD ETERY THURSDAY. Ofliciul County Paper. NOAM IAVK.V, IMltur And Proprietor. J'nlervd nl polofbee bI lienmr I). T, as eecuud class milter Apll 10. IHO'i. TUMd - - ' tl.OOl'Eii VIM II nvturmso nTi.5 made Lnonuou np- pllClll'111. A, T. & 8 F. il'Y CO, I.OlHL TIMET tin r, MY U, ioi. 'istbivim1. MUlfoiu Wrl bound (Imsdd'.wn ) (U.Hll U.) .. ,0 p. m. .IJ Sip. ID. n , in. 7 .to a. ra. 6 , in 1,1.(1.111, n tt p. in. Pis p. in. 1 01 p. in. 4 '." m. ' Slrt. in. . ,l. Ml. ( 5 I p. II. . .-Op III I W. ill. I ' i y p. in. ( (p. HI t I I.', p In i XH 4. Ol ) 7! p 111. X J a. in. t .lingletveod . .i-plvey .Unttanu ..Mlcbl'.n .Nettto'i.. llorencc Kaan.is llty. Chlctto Th'Hn.ta IM ll.mtn ntii the latest lm ii rt 't'upiuuiu iliat It kuown.oii li Pai ;er 1' i n I n . . . tip mi ilketse Ittonll Ju'liit-i. nml lis--ii Oil cl.l i des'ln-tnii. t nml i,rt s, tl nei table, or a...

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. — 10 November 1898

-j i 'cnv tl 7: ..iU , -; ILo Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. o i tim: OLDEST Oklahoma it E&S PAPER r,iS3.iS5 VOL. XII. An EsiAnslonhls Entliuslnui. It vravca ia Porto Rico and there's duos to say it nay Old Glory. It flutters in Hawaii, whore they've put it up to etny: Old Glory. . To Asiatic waters and to Cuba's sor rowing shore It sends a splendid warning for tho ty rant powers of yore, And bids the sufferer lift his head and ba a man once more; Old Glory. Tour potency is far too great for one guiall hemisphere, Old Glory. And as the ages pas') nev? lands trill know and hold you dear, Until at last when arctic mysteries brave men unroll, To signify that this great planet lives 'netth your control!, They'll make the liorealid-palo and nail you to the pole: Old Glory. Washington Star. SPANIARDS REFUSE. T Accept the Proposition of the Americuns. Paris, Nov., 4 The Spanish com missioners, in tho course of a tvo hours session of tho peaco conference toda...

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. — 10 November 1898

J,., 4 j.a ufvpttra Xti.tC MartawK innwfcu..?. c;jI3Eij.. Jij i-nAaJWWSSsnBa , 7a ,nyww IK' 13 s i i V 1 h I - 1 1 4,11 Tho Bcavor Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. EAVnR, - OKIiAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. TlIK totnl registration of Chicago for tho November election was 320,749. Paiido Luckua, iv shepherd, recently tiled nt tho county hospital nt Salinas, Cnl., ORed 125 yenrs. At tho present rato of extinction, it is ussertcd, one more jjoncratloti will witness tho total extermination oj nil tho birds In tho United Stntcs, several species bclnp at tho danger line. TjlK nutomobllo fad is growlne; fast In this country. In New York tho other night tho Klcctrlo clnb, 200 strong, drovo up llroadway to a thea ter In electric vehicles of different pat terns, making a procession several blocks long. To help pny the war debt of StOO, 000,000 tho Spanish government has Is sued a somber black stamp of tho de nomination of ono cent, which must bo afllxcd to all tho Inland mail mat ter of Spain and her...

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. — 10 November 1898

KKKfl Me O-ep the rhlUtiplncaT l'ublic opimon w divided s to the wisdom of keepine the Philippines. Wise statesmen ire found m both udrs of tho question. Public opinion, however, is all one way an regard te'the wisdom of ccrjbody keeping their hcftlth For this punoe lloetcUer'a Ktorruuli Hitters js widely ued. Tliumedi cine is both prevents e ami -cute for malarial fevers, stomach disorders, torpid liver and Impart blood. It is agreeable to weak itonv achs nnd soothing to the nerves. Arnas. Little Robbie "Pa, what's a man of the people?" Pa "A candidate for office before election da)." Cleveland Leader. HowlsthlB? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, 'or grief, or sick ness, or perhaps it was care. No matter what the cause, you cannot wish to look old in thirty. Gray hair is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper .nerve force. Amp's Vigor 'increases the circulation In ! tthe scalp, gives more power to tne nerves, supplies miss ing (elements to the ha...

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. — 10 November 1898

UH 7 I'YitinHfrtiirwitii Mifriiiii im n MMUlWrtiDi mWii i'iiwi'Wfftfi i ";("? iimW-',minmiinm ' -h.-k-- T ---BtvjvM- i 3 ' ' ' HK"CT6l Ai i I"-' L-v mjwwM iituit Mijiiar?i rtmi.lSIIKI) KYWIY TlllMfliAV. Oinclul County Paper NO.lM l)AVi:S, IMIIor auil rroiulelor. Knleied itl ptnaullicn 'it Uemer 0. 'I'. nn seoand class rentier Apfll l'- 180S. OX'tlMS - - " $1 00 t'l'.K YKAH. llnr.KTiilMll II ,MtS IllllJa LfcOWII Oil up plicilioU. A. T. & SF. Ii'T CO, LOCAL TlMKTAIll.r, JIAV 111, 1WS. Kc.t l.o.oid. HtA'.lons Westbound (Kind down ) (ltnd up.) t.ona r.i. . . Jil S) it. in. .. . 3 Ulp. in. I tt.t'jp.m. -a JO p. in t :ri p.m. I V . in. ( ,MiJu. m. ( ' It Up-in. . Ski. in . 9 ntp.M. IZnglHwnml . . ...hplvej . . ...MuUallu . .. .Wleliltn . Newltm .. tToionco Kansas Cltjr .. .Chicago , 11,1.1) p. m. .I'J.JJp. in. l.Un. in. 7.50 a, m. . .Vila in. 1,15 a. in. , U ) p.' in. piiS p. in, OOJ p. in. V Id a. Itl. J Tho Batita Ko Iloutn runs tho latest Im- jir-vi'l "H'tumiem iiai is i.nown, on n...

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. — 24 November 1898

TfT-Jv -r ' X x i" " t 5 "va ' in ' w.1 1 J f I . - v iSHBWTV TiTjB". " ij Toe Largest Clreulrllon of any XcitsimiiciJii West- ' t r jsuv .v. cm OklAtii oma. sp ft 4 r voi;?xii. BI2AVJj$, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. r r un iii-inn-iniiTrnr n iwrnumi wm wiiwhwiwii.ii I I ' ' . . . i . T) M p w ,- , NO. 28. 4r tr - if ffir . i .iu - Ti? m .XUh IBV . T v" ' tfH.TiM,' jT. '- aOT9t. -f- - "JJER Mh. . llHM.IBTl luwPBaW ?MLNf :PWSh SS b! k 'Kr .Mj " .. . T" . ?T- r ... j-Z Mrd (f) JvLliOlp K .1 1J TlianK'gh Iny. With tlio aproac'.i of Tliurrday of thin week, tito day designated Ly llio tint ion fur general tliinlhinp, couio itiulittudinuus blessings for which ev ery heait ouyht lu he duly grateful. It would ha in vain for ono to attempt to cuutiuruto Die bUfsing ho las rc ccivfd duifWthe rear, As t lie indi wdual tatci a reinnpecttvo ticiv of tho closing year, ho finds (hat Nature in her lavish kindlier Ins been fjrnti-hing nbundant esitfijilcs of b!oiii...

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. — 24 November 1898

The Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVES, PubtlahT. AVER, - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT, The Roynl Geographical socioty, of London, offers 825,000 to head a sub scription for outfitting un antarctic expedition. The battleship Wisconsin will be christened with n bottle of beer. The launching takes placo at San Francisco on November 20. The professional bull-fighters In Havana have decided to draft a peti tion to President MeKinlcy praying that thero tnny be no legal steps tulicn to prevent them from currying on their amusements In tho hull ring. A London paper says that an adju tant In tlio (Salvation army has achieved tho romnrknblo feat of sing ing CO hymns In no minutes. Tho occa sion on which this record was mado was called a "singing battle." AccoimiNO to a fluauclal nows bureau In Chicago, the consolidation of tho tin pinto Industry of tho United States Is practically assured. Tho Chicago promoters say tho 850,000,000 of capital stock has already been sub scribed. Mns. Halmnoton Hootii, wif...

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. — 24 November 1898

"& o 7 F: T A & tf HARDSHIPS OF ARMY LIFE. From the Press, Mllroy, Ind. One of the first to offer their services for the country in the Civil War. was A. It. Scfton. it Milroy, Hush Co., Ind. He made a pood record. The life of every soldier is a hard one, snd Sir. Sefton's case was no exception. "We were In Tennessee, penned in on all tides. Our rations were very scarce," said he, "and we had begun to po on quarter tllowance, ana as me rain was not enough to replenish the wells or streams, our can teens went empty. We were hurried on, ind the only way to quench our thirst was to f. jo down on our lianas ana knees and drink roin the hoof tracks made by the horses. Our Canteens vert Empty. "Some of us were taken skk from the effects of this. , I was laid u several weeks In a field hospital from fevtr. From that time I was always nlllictcd more or less. "About four years ago I became much tvorse. Our family doctor seemed nuzzled over my case, and it began to look as if there wa...

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. — 24 November 1898

-- .. m. HC kV iimj-w-iij-uii xh.'jii. l' .i nii'm .'.sii'.i'.u.'. i u,' J. 4 k.' t.' ui'ssc '-.on'a.'y rutuisnuu itchy Thursday. Official Ceunty Paper. NOW! HAVEN, Editor and Ptoprlrtor. Hoisted at psituRiie ut Itriiver U. T. ns tcevnil elsss nistlcr April 12, 189.), 1TKM3 - - - - HOOPER YHA It. AtivtinuiMJ u Aitt made, l.&onu on n' p'icsllnti. A, T. & B'F. R'Y CO. OOALTIMHTABl.a, SIA.V 10, 1SU9. Msit bmuid. Hlailons Westbound (Head J ,wn ) (U.ml up.) 4. vi a m. .. JO ii, in. .. .' uou. id. t Wo. la. I " ,r:ua-lseod.. splvuy.. Ualvano . 8,00 p, m. .1..S- ). in. . S.tH ft, lit, T.'O a. m, i DM' I .Wleblti Newton .11 i m p ill 5.M in, 1,111 u m. ill), in. l'i i. in. tllMp. Ill, I'M) I i. in 11 II u lu rloreuo H .tin. m .. Kails it (HI SB!!!.: ' lbs fla-ila Ka Rotn runt Ilia latest Im proved .qilpiiis il tlitt It ktiiiwn, on lit I'a.s lUgitr T Hint. C.upoii lli'k'ttt IIIohII ,ilnla, nna !! a-tgiCh kja t dillntli n. rVr rmil'a.f.t s, II nelat;l. or nnr oilier l:,rr)iitliia, pil...

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. — 1 December 1898

tr4,J- . It',- a Wfe &i- The Largest Circulation of any Heirsitspcr In Wctt ern Oklahoma. 1-itn o LDtfST- . KLAI10MA NEWSPAPER aUfetf 562a VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRS-TORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, i3oS. NO 2r W SPAIN YIELDS. Completely SabniU to America' Jkmmideu Pari, Nov. 27. dpnin will tomor row make complete suliiui&iou to the AiucriciD demands. This decision was reached today ns tho result of pressuro upon tho Span ish commission, tiot somuoh from Ma drid as from tho principal powers of continental Europe1. Tho Spanish government has utilized the put six dajs, tho time allowed her by America lo amwer, and during which Srnnr Montcio Iiias was conducting correipoudcnco witli Judge Day re--yarding the details of the American of fer, to sound oriuo moro tho European chancelleries upon tho point whether she could rely on any aid toward n "limitation if American aggression" in ciso slio rejected the American terms. "We received" said a Spanish dele Rate with...

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. — 1 December 1898

The Boavor Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publisher. UEAVHR, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. I'lOllTKKJf thousand men, women nml children nro sold to bo studying Hngllsh In Santiago do Cuba. A DrjNVnu pnper says that Colorado this yenr wilt produco gold to tliu ex tent of SJO.OOO.OOO, nml perhaps SSI),- 000,000. A citUSADK ngnlnst Amcrlcnn chew Ing gum has set In In London, the KiiglUli health authorities Jssnlnp o warning' ngnlnst Its uso. At Hamburg and llrcmcn last year tlia imports of corn from the United States amounted to $13,800,000, an in crease of nearly f0 per cent. Skciirtaiiv of Tin: Tiikabuhv Gaoi: has decided to have, bills of thu same denomination look nlihc. That Is, ho wlshei tho 55 sliver certificate, tho $li United States noto and thoSSShcrmuii treasury note to bear a eloso likeness to otio another. Col V. C At.NsnoiiTir, chief of tho record and pension otllco In Iho war department. In his annual report to the secretary of war, says that 19.1,31)0 cases wcro received mid disposed...

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. — 1 December 1898

consult a woman, Mrs. Plhkhom's Advloo Inspires Oonfldonco and Hope. Examination by n males physician is bard trial to a delicately organized woman. 8ho puts it oft as long as she daro, tad is only driven to St by fear of can er, polypus, orsomo dreadful ilL Most frequently such a woman lcarcs a physician a ofllco where sho has un dcrrrono a critical examination with an impression, more or less, of discour agement. This comLW tion of the tnlnddcstroys tho effect of advice; nnd sho grows worse rather than better. In consulting Mrs. rink ham no hesitation need bo felt, the Btory is told to a woman nnd is wholly confidential. Mrs. Finkham's address Is Lynn, Mass., sho offers sick women her ndvico w ithout charge. Her intimato knowledge of women's troubles makes her letter of ndvico a wollBprlng of hope, and her wide experi ence and skill point the way to health. " I suffered with ovarian troublo for oeven years, and no doctor lenew what was tho matter with me. I had spells -which would...

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. — 1 December 1898

J, . j CY 5l;iCrtIu. rUDUrfllKU LTK11V Tlll'SSIMV, jCtxrww rj5-jO'J'A-oc Offlcial County Papor. ttrrv:ri.'-,ir.cJxxxu2. --- 0ll 1'AVKS, Kdltor And rtuurtrtiir. L'utsrrJ ni pitc(Lce at Heaver O. T. n.i area J elaas matter Afrit 12, 1805. rSttMd - - - ?1 00 PER VKAIl, auvtaTisisa. KATks made known on ap. pUoaliau. A. T, & S F. IVY CO. l.nCU. TIMK T.Ull.l, MAV IV, IfH. J".tat bo.itrt. (stations WetllMiitnd fUad d.iwn.) (ii-rt n..i" 4.ooa m F.nglcweo-1. 1d.Uk. in. . z.Owp. in. ( a.4.)i. m. ! 3 20 p. ni l 8.-1 . Ill I .Vp. in. ( luoiu. ni. ( ' 11.1.'. p in . ft aft a, in .. nplvey. ....Mnlvane . . .WlrMt! . Newton ...I'lorince.. .. Kanass (Jtty. . .. .Chicago .31 p.m. .31 p, m. .a.m.f Tbj Hunt a Ke r.i.nf riinn tin latest lm iroYr.l-qiii.iiieiil Uiat la known, ou It. Fasa- ".liMUk-tia M to nil pomu. i.d n..- fh . .La. I ....!,.. I h ..I.... I on) ChckJ M (li'inlnrftli'ii. jt runt -,rit. , ilnt-lalilo-. or but oilirr liif.'nnall..n, opplr Inilm iinilmlitiml. nr tu W.J.ttiacl,U. 1". AT...

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. — 8 December 1898

The Largest Circulation of any A'cvrspApor hi Wrat wii Oklahoma. TMK OLDEST J,J3. KJiAJlOMA HEtt.'SP.PIR CTMIUaWWll IHUaMJilWUJag.M'taF.H.PJsl r.w:i-.usi.ti M ,, M mttllLllullllLIJLLlJU-iMm vwwtx w mm'.gjjw pw 1 n Jiutfwigir if 1m VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER NO. 30. BE fl jUt A L II n 8, 1808. I V THE 1MJXS WAltSEU Washington, l)ee. 4. A midnight meorini; of tlio Cabinet was held Satur day night. In the curly hours of Sun day morning Secretary Hay reached his home. To-day no member or the Cab not will talk with fieeilotn of what took flaoo. Important dispatches in cipher tere sent to Judgo Day. So much is kou.wn. Th business upon which tho President calUd the meeting was goon disposed of. The motubeiT, with tho exception of Secretary Hay, remained for hnlf an hour chatting about tho dinner tbey had attended. Mr. liny went to tho De part men t of State and was engaged for mem timo with tho cipher clerk, putting lat i&ape a message of co...

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. — 8 December 1898

npnqiiwwwiWMtuS'rn ' in . ,. i i 53 The Beaver Herald. NOAH PAVE8. BEAVER, - Publisher OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Ax International congress to devise meant for combating anarchy con Tened In Homo on tho 24th and will probably be In session for ome week. Osk of tho first result of an Infusion of American spirit and Idea into the Philippine la an up-to-date Yankee newspaper called the American Sol dier. - Okijmioma. la looming opua Terjr successful peanut-raising region, and threatens to cut Into a markctof which Virginia formerly enjoyed almost a Monopoly. falser, tho last report of the state au ditor there has been a decrease In the dramshops of St. Louis to the nnrnbor of 2,083. At presents. Louis has 2,00 licensed dramshops and Gl groceries where intoxicants are sold In Icsj quantities than five gallons. Ton: Lr.o XIII. has posed for the American rltatcopc. In pictures now every one may see him wall;, bow, take oil his hat, smile, drive In his landau through the alleys of the Vati ...

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. — 8 December 1898

. nan sick naif wen Many persons have their good day and their bad day. Others are about half sick all the time. They have headache, backache, and are restless and nervous. Food does not taste good, and the digestion is poor; the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and work Is a burden. What Is the cause of all this? Impure blood. And the remedy? It clears nut the channels through which poisons are carried from the body. When all Impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure. If there Is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they cure biliousness. Wrltm ft otw Docter. We have tho eicluslre services of aome of tbe raoit eminent physicians In the United Htiti-j. Write freely all tbe particulars In your case. Tou wilt re celre a prompt reply. without cost. Address, Oil. J. G. ATER. ixiweii, Aiaii. HAD FUN WITH HIM. An .Artistic Luililnmnn Get) SonH I'olntem fr...

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. — 8 December 1898

"9& j..aujiJfci. '-mjjij '- . tj.tJt.unryajnjmi.njl iBwn.iimuuiji'jALji i'juum.mmjm. xujl i-i- t t vm -. fatter 2craltf. rUBUriHtl) KTKltV TNUKPUAY. OKeial County Pcpor. K94U IUVF.S, Edlturanl Proprietor. Cuttrr-l al pv-iufiire t lLer O. T. as aei.nJ. ! rustler Arrll 12, 18&S. TtFiHH - - - - sj 1 M FKIl VEAJl. ibvaaruviaa satm intJe known on ap- A. T, & 8 F. R'Y CO. 10I. TIKK t (kU, MAT 19, lKj. ImI kvt-id. Slstloas Writ tmnn4. (lU-e4d-'vn) (jUkI ni.) 4 0Js as Enr'weod.. (,14p.m. Isaa.in nplvey . ..Iz.Vt p. in. JtJJlJj'j Malvaue . s.ia. in. iVX'.m ,VU"llu " l''i X"""" ' JI.Uu ..Vioi" 4.1 a.m. s. m K anus City . Bi J. m. e.tir,ni.l tkliii I" .. .U. r. """ Mi. m. Tai rtan'a r Unas mot till latest Ira fxvrnl jjiilyiiierii ttmt Is kuntrn, on 1U Pa-e-axrt Trains. O-ntvai lU-k-tt Irt tonJI p-.Siits, a'ld li f4Cb,k4jtf ileaUn-lb-ti. .,t rnil . r t' , U:ne I able", or anv nih.r lfrmil.in, pily l'i lb jun rslKiied nr t V.'J. IS.S.k.H. I'.tT A . Tiiueka, Kstl... K K J Wen. Alt-Ill...

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. — 15 December 1898

.u u Tlio Largest Circulntlon of any Newspaper In West cm Oklahoma. Tin: a o LDEST KLAJIOMA NEWSPAPER J -iw; VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBFR 15, i898. NO. 31. T. T THE TREATY SIGNED. Pari, Dee. 10. The treaty of peace was signed at 8:45 to-night. The exact term a of the treaty will not be given out at present. They must be submitted Cosily to Washington and Madrid before publication. TltK TREATS IN IJttlEP. Tlio treaty in brief ia as follows: First The customary prcfaco of treaties, in tlio nature of an expression of amity and of hope for perpetual peace Second Tho relinquishment by Spain of her aovercignty over Cuba. Third Tho withdrawal of tho Span ish troops. Fourth Tho relinquishment by Spain of her sovereignty over Porto Rico. Fifth Spain's cession of tho Philip pines. Sixth Tlio withdrawal of the Span iih troops there. Seventh Payment by the United States of 20 million dollars fur the Philippines. Kighth Tho provision for tho 'open door'...

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