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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 December 1898

fWi J i It , c r ; :A f ' n ,v The Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVES. Publisher. BBATVK, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Since 1880 the population of tho country faaa Increased 50 per cent, an?" the postal business 180 per cent. (Jr.s. Gaiicia thinks tho annexation of Cuba Is a possibility of the future, though he Is not its advocate now. Last year on American railways one passenger was killed in accidents out of every 2,627,474 passengers carried. SEXATon MoitiiiLt. says Vermont has the smallest foreign population of any state in the union, the total being only 9,600 all told, most of them Irish. Much complaint is made of the qual ity of gum used on the two-cent post age stamp. It Is said that when an uncanceled stamp is peeled otr an envelope it Is almost impossible to make It stick again without regum in Inc. The report of the secretary of the interior shows that pension disburse ments for the year were $44,051,679. It has been calculated that, when the pen sions for the Spanish war are added,...

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. — 15 December 1898

ALEHE twu&a Copyrlcht, tSoi i fOOTE by Miry Hillock Poole.) IX. Co.NTINUnD. Mike looked nt him ruefully, and tiled hard to talk, and for nwhllc he succeeded; but he was broad awake now, and the excess of his sympathy irns too great n burden for silence to bear. He was persuaded that Darclc needed only another chance, and some rood ndtieo how to use it, iu order to be happy. "I think the trouble was ye talked too much, Darcic," he resumed ns gen tly ns he could articulate. "I think I hear ye at It talk an' talk, and org' and arg'l Ye sat there in the house, and ye had nothing else to do. I'd nlvcr give them the chanst to nrgy; they can bate the divil at that. And what had ycz to talk about, that's barely acquaint wid wan another's Christian names? No; tulkin' s not in It." Darcie flung oft" the blanket from his face, and turned his eyes beseech ingly on Mike. "Can't you leave off?" he implored. His lips quivered, his face was deathly white in the yellow candle light, and points o...

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. — 15 December 1898

"-" -T'" - ' - -3 3 ' M I'l'iit.i8lli:i EVKHV THUIiPDAV. Otllcial County Tapor. NOAH UAVKS, Killlor.uid l'murleim'. Prattled at postoflice Heaver t). T. an ' accsnd elms mailer April 1'.'. IHO.'i. TKIIMS - - - AtlVMlTlalNO HATH fllctton. - $1 00 PHI! VKAU. made known on ap A. T. & S F. R'Y CO, 1.110 W. TIUKTtllU, MAY 10, lsf. Jimit bound. Hlatlnns West lnnd lit-ml il.iwn ) (It nil UM 4. win in.. ilu.:uit in. . . S.linp. III. ( 4t. in. i t.-f) p. in I .H l. Ill I H.SV f. III. I .1111 1 p. III. ( 8 1. IS H Ml U :l i. HI .EllgleUITsI ... fplvey .. .AlnlMiuo . ...WIclllM ., NW I'M! .. Flnn-ncc Kunsi City. . ,! p m. .lt.Vi J', in. K.ai n. Ill, 7. "a a. m. . .Win in, 4, triii. m. li .'I i. in, l"SS . Ill, p.:l p. in, 1 U.ISn. in. .CllU'Hgll ThHmiiB iv item. mn. t.n latest i,. HIM l. Ill Ifr vrd riiiuiciil Hint In known, on It Pa- nger i iniif . Coil.on llok't n II t'l till points, Ulnl Ha gg Ch.ckod t dillln.itli li, t j-nr cut ,r l, timetables, or anv n:hor iurriiiatliin, Hpi'ly in H...

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. — 22 December 1898

Tha Largest Clrculnllon of nny Newspaper In West ern Oklahoma. run Oklahoma NEWSPAPER VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUiNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 32. fc TI10 War Spirit or Europe. All of the European powers are jealous of England and most of the Continent 1 journals mnko common cause against her. Tho backdown of Franco in tbo Fashoda incident did not servo to sootho tho anti-British feeling, for it is believed both In France and Germany that John Hull is bent on making war and that in the absence of Fashoda ho will seize some other pretext. Out of a great ma68 of translations made by tho Literary Digest from Continental editorials wo have selected a few which will give Homo insight inio the fretful nature of European sentiment. The Solvit, Paris, thinks England should bo satisfied with the humilia tion "to which Franco has, consented in withdrawing her brayo men from Fashoda," but believes that the Brit ishers will search for another cause of quarrel, "as ...

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. — 22 December 1898

zrmrwm nnngm iWWriit ( ""? The Beaver Herald. NOAH DAVE8. Publish!-. AVER, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tjik supremo court of Michigan has decided that reading selections from Uic Hlblo In the public schools Is con stitutional, but that the pupils art not obliged to listen. An avowed disciple of socltil democ racy will, on Jnminry 2, bo Inaugura ted mayor of Haverhill, Mass. So fur as known ho Is tho first socialist, to bo elected to an adminlstratlvo ofllco lu this country. . Sknatoii OAM.l.NOKlt calculates that tho pensions on account of tho latest sar will amount to between 811,000,000 and 520,000,000 In tho very near future. Galllngcr Is at the head of tho pen sions committee and Is an expert on tho subject. Cardinal Guidons, In behalf of the prelates of the Catholic church In America, has submitted a petition to congress, asking that tho contract school question bo re-opened and that congress again go over tho wholo sub ject of Indian education. Tin: president has designated Maj....

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. — 22 December 1898

0 .V ALEHE FOOTE - V. m s-r. V 1 - Je Ji:' Copyright. 1(94, by Mary Hillock Foote.) , XI. OUT OP THE OULCII. It Is safe to say that If every ran 'coined Christian In the Coeur d'Alcnc had lived, according to the word that wc preach to thu heathen, as simply, ns fearfully, as Wan pursued his timor ous way by the glimmer of his per fumed joss-stichs, there would have been no call for martial law. Yet Wan was destined to be one of the chosen 'victims of'tho labor question, his part in which, us a proletarian, was little more considered than that of the pony in tho doctor's corral. It fell out ns the doctor had pre dicted. The case of Mike and Darcie bad been postponed! It was not forgot ten. There cuiue it moment, in that hour of insane ictory, when it did occur to some of the Uig Horn men that there was a Uttlo job unfinished nt the mine. One or two of them who had Leen concerned in tho shooting on Tuesday night were burning to avenge that silly failure. t The trnins were still runnin...

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. — 22 December 1898

; a wj-afcAQg r grrrmca. -SSJKUr-: 3," SiLMIf'K.ftKgUBSBBWIJLIlfc.ujjJft,- i'SW"WW r? H r P it it Hi t If1 IJSri j$raUI. caver PUBLISHED KTERY TIIUIISDAY. Official County Papor. NOAH DATES, Editor And Proprietor. Hultred at postolhce ot Ucavcr 0. T. ni ecend diss milter April 12, 180.1. XERMd - - - fl 00 l'EU YEAR. AUTKnTiiiM) rutts wade known on ap plication. A. T, & SF, R'Y CO. I.OMIt TINICT.UIt.i MAY 111, 18f9. East hound. Btnllona Westbound. (Head dim li.) (Iltnd u,i.) $ t.Otia m Hnglriwi-nU .. . S,00 i. m. luttn.tii .....lvey . ,1J..V p.m. mRiS:! J,nv8,' '"' siup'.m. , ..Wichita. ... T.Ma.m. wSftS: - Ncw",n- .. 11.1.1 H I" Florence 4,lfia. in. a.Moii.m Kananat'lty . .ll-.Mp.in. Up. lit.) Chlcairo MOT P. in. 1.4.1 k. in. ...tnicago.. . owp. ni, The Harita He lloiit runs tlio latest Im proved equipment Hint It known, on iti l'asa mni Tialns. Cm mil llekstsa M to nil points, and ! irng-s ChrckJil to destlnatli n, rnr rout-s, ratis, time tablet, or anr other lnfnnatlon, apply t...

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. — 29 December 1898

i . r 'fiici Largest Clrculntlon ofunjr .Vinjiaucr IsiAVoM cm Oklahoma. TUK O I.DJEST . KLAJJOMA s A VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1898. NO. 33. THE HERALD SOLD. The Beweh IIekalp has been sold to Mr. F. S. PrumuionJ, the procnt couuty cleric, who will tako chargo of tlio offico after January let next, and to whom subscription accounts aro to lie paid after lliut date, the advertising ac counts already earned hiing payablo to . F. Daves. The IIeuaM) has been running under its present management a little less than a year. Tho purchaser not wishing to resign hid position ns county supcrin tendent of schools and yet compelled for financial reasons to seek additional em ployment turned his attention to this field of work, which is largely his reason fur having purchased tho paper. The reason why tho paper is fold again is lieeauso tho editor is not a practical printer atid tho business of the offico is not such as to justify one in devoting ...

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. — 29 December 1898

jSSSZfrJsrjrmmfSSiJssamimmm . a ft J'1 t- Tke Bearer Herald. NOAH DAVK8. Publisher. BIAyXR, OKLAHOMA CURRLNT COMMENT. TniRTKRN cases or typhoid fovor In a Mew Yorlc suuuro traced to ono millc nun, woro recently In ono French trlbunnl of Justlco at Parts 294 divorces were granted In ono day, being1 at tho rnto of Httlo more than ono a minute. There Is a movement In England to erect a monument to Washington In Westminster nbboy, wlioro so many of tho llrltlsh notable dead aro Interred. Sincf. tho cessation of hostilities tho United States government has spent about 81,000,000 in feeding tho starv ing Cubans and tho work Is still go ing on. . Ai.KXANDF.it J. Jones, ono of the trustees of tho Chicago dralnogo canal, recently stated that it will bo opened and tho water and soworogo turned into tho channel carlv in 1000. Unless tho unexpected happens tho United States and Mexico will bo with out an extradition treaty on Janu uary 13. Tho situation promises to bo ono of gravity and tho Mex...

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 December 1898

V it) If t! u ,. ' J NGEL, of the partln S3j? JTrT Winging back to C frk' Heaven thy fea '-4K, flight. !T XP' Sa1 the burden thou 2 must bear From the darkness Into light; Burden of my wasted da) a, Fragments of my broken hours, Budding promises thnt grew Never Into fruit or flowers. Happiness t might have won. Worthy deeds I might have wrought, Wrongs t hate, but did not shun, Good I crave, but never sought; All my proud and lofty alms, Withered now to vain regret Feeble, foolish as the will To no noblo purpose set. Take them all, my griefs, my Joys, Lay them at the Father's feet; He will search If yet there be 'Mid the chaff some grains of wheat. He will fan my faint resolves To n purer Hume and clear. Bear to Heaven my heart's desire. Angel of the parting year. And angel of the coming ysar, Though thy face Is vailed, I see By the glory round thee shed. Thou hast some good gift for me. Is It gold, power, or fame7 Perfect peace from toll or care? Or some sweeter, greater bliss I 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. — 29 December 1898

aatpjftasfelLiiLt'Ji LgMftWWMMH ML'-" ' '"" " " : ki h T ?i ft fr is: -i f . r "f ' r esrzmx pouter JcraW Pl'UMflMUl) KYKllV TDUnSDAV. Oflloial County Papor. SOAII DAVIIS, IMIIor ami Proprietor. Butcred t posiolllje at Hearer O. T. a second clsj matter Arrll 1-. 1805. TERMS - - - - $1.00 PEIl YKAll. adysbtiiiko iiATrs made known on ap plication. A, T. & S. F. R'Y CO. l,O0LTIMRTAnl., MAVll), 1W9. Kat bound. Btalioas Westbound (Head down.) 4.011 a m Bnitlswcnd. lu.Mn.iu ....f-plvwy . ;;Kr.:S:l MnW",e- !S?j::S.f Wlrl""1 i5o1?y;.,S lon- II. IS p-" .Florence. (Urixt up.) , 8,00 p. in. W..Vi p. in, S.05 a. in. 7..T0 a. Dl, S.&Qa. m, , 4.15 a.m. , 1) ) )i. Hi. 11. IT.' p, lit. I g.Un, in.) II. an H, III . .. ivansiis .ij .... SSli. 111. It 01 p. IU. Thn Hunt K Uniite mail tho latest Im proved rijiiipineiil that If kuown, on II raw ii(Cit Train. . . i. . ... O-iuinui lckts)ctd toiill points, mid HK jturi Ch.ckjd t'l ilcslln.tl'ii. ror rnut,rut., timetables, or anv othr Inririmitluti...

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. — 5 January 1899

"wwr 'Oidyftfy n tf "V ' BEAVER HERALD , Tbe Largest Circulation of aajr Newptr In West ern Oklahoma. nii: OLDEST KLA110MA I NEWSPAPCR ri o VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 189$ NO. 34. JV I apt mbBh V I L. T 9 J Jl AXXOU.NCEMEST. As nnaounccd la last week's imup, (lie witbr.igoed has purcliarcd the Ueralp. In tho cditoriat doparttnint wo alull have tlio asMstaneo of I. S. Drumraond, father of the writer. Having scouted tlio Herald tor fraroly Lusinsss reason, wc shall en deavor lo conduct tlio samo in a maoncr to merit the liberal patronage necessary in order to make a financial success of feeterpciae. llcxpccl fully. F. S. DmniMONi). OLD flLOtlf FLOATS IX HAVANA. At noon on January 1, 1899, tbo Spanish flag was hauled down from every fort and cnsllo in Cuba, and the Stars and Stripes unfolded their beautiea to tbe brcczp. Tbo Spanish Commandants Gen, Cn8tellanoe, had tbe unpleasant task of turning over 1 that S(aln had left in Cuba. Old Hpa...

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. — 5 January 1899

Tk Beaytr Herald. NOAH DAVES, PubllahT. BIAVBK, OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A novr.MKNT has been stnrtod by tlio l'arls Journal lo secure n dogs' cc mo te ry for tlio frencli capital. Ciiicaoo Is In the clutches of nn Ico crenin (rust, thu four lending corn panics of tlio city thnt innntifacturo tlio frozen product having united. TllK New York World asserted that within the past few months Industrial trusts havo been organized In that city whose nggrcgata capital Is more than 000,000,000. Tiik official reports of all command ing otllccrs of the navy during tho war hare been compiled and published by the navy department. Tho documents C conlnln many things that throw side ''Mights on Interesting phases of tho ? ji A sociKTy for tho proyentton of tuberculosis Is to bo formed In Chica go. It proposes to distribute informa tion about the disease, establish nn open air sanitarium for Invalids nnd Influence legislation lo prevent tho disease. The London Dally Chronlcta has suc cessfully ca...

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. — 5 January 1899

t i -"i-- . &u .i i 4. ALENE H I i !. fw I CK fOOJE Copyt'tbt, 1804. by Mary Hillock Foot. XII. Continued. "Oh, she's a tcrrorl" exclaimed Faith. "The times hare brought her out. Hut we hnve some very bad men nt the mine, and they are the ones who seem to have all to say. 1 suppose It would not be sufe, to discharge them now. My father simply has to endure the things they do, until he can getsupport for his own authority." Outwardly, Faith was 1 still on the defensive In regard to her father '8 position. "Did you hear about the shooting?" she ashed, In n low voice. "1 did," fcdid Casson, shortly. lie did not admit her pleu for the martyred authority of Manager Ulngham;', he conceived him quite as did the rest of tho mining community, in his mixed character of the. bat In the fable, pois ing between bird amV'beast till the'out come"of battle should decide to which ( kingdom it was safest to belong. A , bat he was, and nothing but a bat, and I cither birds nor beasts would own him...

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. — 5 January 1899

vt,nu!in:u Kvi.uv tiiuiiuiay. Ofllolal County Papon, 1 8. iiItUUMONIi, Killt.ir nnd IT iirlelnr. F.tiUrrd HI ptisioltice l Heaver I), T. in second etas mailer April IS, lS'J.'i. IERM3 - - '-JlOOVKIfYIUU. AiivsnTlalxo BAT- tmJi kuowti on ap plication. A, T, & $L F. R'T CO. I O0AI. T1MKTUH.X. MAV III, Ml,. IhI IhiuiiiI, Hlailuns Weal tiniind. (lined d.iwn.) f lt ml llt.) 4. on a m. . , M,ia, l.tBp.in. i y.O. in. ( ' i.JD. m I .Knglaureoif... ,...splv ....ItuHano. ..Wlcliltn ,,,. Newton .. Florence Katis City, ,-... Chicago., H,m i in. ..W.ilp. in, S.Ma. in, i.Vp.ra.i 7.S0 a. Dl tt.Tfl p. m. lo 01 u. m . :.yi a. m, 4tIA a. m. ii -ei i. m. I'1-.'K II, III. lt.llpm I an , iu , t.JJ p. IU. I JS.tth. IU. ....."" uip. in. ''Yfca rlenta F Kont rnna Iho latest lm rwrad iiiiiliniiaiil lint ! kiiuwn, nu III !' r(ir Tralna. CiuiHtn ilikrtaa II to nil pnlnla, ami Hag gaga Ch-ck-id t ilrtllnslh n, or MUt"irxt-, tlm tallies. ir anr nllirr Ihr .rmatlun, pi'ty l li iimleralunrd, or t.i TV. J. lll...

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. — 12 January 1899

. c " ,JU w , wittM, BEAVER T1IK Tlio Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma. -.'-I OLDEST Oklahoma NEWSPAPER i?a BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1899. NO. 35. VOL. XII. Commissioners' Proceedings, Heaver, Okla., J (in. 2, 1E91. The. board of county comnillomrs met in regular acSion at 10 o'clock n. m. Present, Howard, Wilson and Dnnlap, Howard In the chair. On motion board adjourned until 1 o'clock t. m. Hoard met tit I o'clock p.m. All members present. On motion board adjourned until 8 o'clock p. m. JJoard aetata o'clock p. m. All members present. On motion board adjourned until Jnnuaty 3, 1 590, nt 8 o'clock a. in. January 3, IBM, 8 o'cloofc a. m. Hoard met pursuant to adjournment, Frceent, Dnnlap, McCord andirteela. On motion J T Dnnlap was elected chairman of the board for thocnsulnis tprm. Tlio following ofllclal bonds wero approved: Harry J neas.SIierlfT. T j Floyd, Bupcrlnten'tl'ubllo Instruction William Qolnn, County Asses...

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. — 12 January 1899

ii , Tho Boavor Herald. NOAH DAVEO, Publlahnr. BKAVKR, OKLAHOMA - mmmmmm -- a CURRENT COMMENT. Tiik farmers of Ucrtnnny nro report ed a being very much worried over tho popularity of American corn for' brCttdliUllTs. AccoiiIUNO to tho Chicago Tribune,' tablu tlio total number of persons who committed Riilcltlulii thu United Slntes durlnif 18U9 vn 8,0:10. In 18U7 thoru wero 0,000 niiIrIiIoh. l'nop. Dayton a Mir.t.Kit, of Cno ichool, Cleveland, 0., hns constructed nn Instrument which will im-nsnru to ono twenty-millionth of nn Inch. Tho principle Is waves of light, Tun director of thu in nt recently Knlil thnt tho United Htnlc huld mora polil than was ever poNiconud by any other tuition In tho liliilory of tho world. It ntiiniintcd to tt10,000,000 iiinl was fnst liicrcnnlng. The nnwiipnpora of Home reepiitly announced that n wunlihy American womnit Imd liiul lipoid mi n IT box, In crusted with dlituiotulii, nindu by ono of tho belt Jeweler of Home, its n Now Yenr'n ottering to tho pop...

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. — 12 January 1899

flyp -r,'rf,1l ET"1 Not worth payino attention to, you say. Perhaps you have had It for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs is a family failing. At first it is a slight cough. At last it i3 a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. Cfteirg Pectoral quickly conquers your little hacking cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt comes from neglect. For over half a century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and prcvenungconsumption. It cures Consumption also if taken in time. Keep one ol Dr. ftger's encrrg Pectoral Plasters over jour longs II qou conga. ' Shalt we send you a book on tills subject, tree? Our Medical Department. If yon havo any complaint what ever niivl deilio the best medical advlco you can possibly obtain, writo the doctor freely. You v 111 receive ft prompt reply, without cott. Address, U1L J. G. AY nit, Lowell, Mass. Gunril...

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. — 12 January 1899

i I u u I t H St 5 V H . Hi L cavrr icrald. rC8UHtO ETET'TaCP-&AT. Offlclal Ocunty Paper. r. S. SRC XMOND, XdrUr aaj P t tor sUlsred u taar a Beater O. T. aa s-tesxd clart nulrr April 12. ISM. TERMS - - - - II CO FEB TZAR. inoniiM barn ct.lt asaws ta ap a'reuits. L T. & 8. F. R'Y CO. Local rt ntTllU,iTK, ln. IuIVmM. frVaddowaA 1.01 Za . I Ma,m. 0UEt WuttMOi IB-4 aa.1 .EsrVweoJ. . ?,aatvta. .ifitmr Jt-S. p. to. . Jtxliaa . I.St,t3. . .MUta .. I.a.n. r.atp.sa 1 . p. a a ar.n I p. n. I la.in J a aa.aa Xewteri . . . IJ a. at. k'uui Ol)' sap. EC - sip.ia. Tbe riasta ra twtt r lb latest lra- p r rd -; ipairatikal It ka,ulu Pa tn: Tri'u. OMjrwa tickets 11 VaH p-aaU. aad Bvf- f ctnul-.n:., timetable, or tar of air laf arcataus, iprly Kit fcx.i'enlcstd. trr to W.J. Rtlxk,G r. AT A. rfka. Ktsut. K Jixt.iraU Eactrwauf. Kuiu. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND V PACIFIC RAILWAY. Tks toe !a!aad U xVreaioU ta adfptlac aaj'ptaacsdcala'.edialmproTa speed sad flit lit laxary , nkl; tad ecaAvt lkal Ik pop ...

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. — 19 January 1899

CV Hie Lnrgcst Circulation I run of any Newspaper In West rrn Oklahoma. A o LDliST KLAHOMA HEWS?APR r VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899. NO. 36. Tho Washington Stir names IJ iuoknland, ex- Queen of Hawaii, ns the original anti-expansionist. She is antedated by the opponents of the Louisiana, purchase, atvnj back in i8o3. DAVton Herald. Times Journal: If I'uo two terri tories aro made into one stato it will be the only state to completely span tho "great plains.'' The pino forests of the Choctaw nation marks the eastern edge of the "boundless prai ries," and the pinion pines of tho ex treme west end of Heaver county, its western tdgo. If the prcHcnt Oklahoma legislators wish to please? tbc people who elected them they will not put any frills in the way of hunting for legislation on matters of littlo interest to tho peo ple. They were elected to undo the miieroblo work of tho legislature of two years ago. and that is what their constituen...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
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