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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 19 January 1899

: lit l?' fl V I BEAVER HERALD. P. S. DRUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER - - OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tnit world's population, according to tlio latest computation of German geographers, Is 1,500,000,000, mi addl lion 0120,000,000 In the past soTon years. The Greeks havo decided to cscludo all bachelors from their parliament. They reason that an unmnrrrled man has no stake In tlio commonwealth and that If ho Is represented ho rcallj should expect nothing further. AN International beauty competition Is to bo one of tlio features of tho Paris exposition. Possession of rcuu lne beauty Is to bo the only passport to participation, the matter of costuraa will not bo taken Into consideration. It Is now tho general opinion In England that the czar's peace confer ence, If It meets, will be unablo to do more than to give expressions to pious opinions. The belief Is growing that the efforts of the czar of Hussta havo Called. GuKATF.n Chicago Is in sight, steps having been taken to sccura legisla ti...

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. — 19 January 1899

aT"AU communication! tor Ihit rrr tnouN NkceompaulMlbjthf Mm of the author, dm (cerurlljr for publication hut at an etldrov t food faith on tht part of the writer. Writ rUrononaiMeof tlia paper. D partleularl artful lo Kiting names and date! to bare the lettriand flgurrs plain and distinct. THE LAND OF LONG AGO. Where the mountains grand and solemn, Ouard the landscape calm and still. Watching o'er Its peaceful beauty Just as Riant watchers will. Oft 1 love amid the splendor. As the sun Is sinking low Just to gate upon the picture, As In days of lone ago. There the flowers are upward springing, As of old they oft would grow; And the happy birds are singing staking music sweet and lew, While In many a wayside garden Pear familiar blossoms stand, Oh, It Is a realm enchanted, .Wondrous glimpse of childhood's land. Boftly sounds the rippling streamlet While It seeks the distant Ufa, Hark, I hear the millstones whirring, Grinding grain from hill and lea. Ever sings the merry miller, Some...

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. — 19 January 1899

I 8 I: 1 " I Jb1 i , f mjmM juetemwilTjaMmmJ mmiMiMm,mimMUMwn.nm ri'UMSIIEU KYKIIY THURSDAY. OHlcial County Papor, I . llltUM.MONI), IMltor urn! Pr t lor Knitted nl imilulllcr at Heater t). T. h secind class miller April 1'-!. lSD."i. TK RMS - - $1 IX) l'KIt YKAll. AIIVKIITISlMI HATH made kllOWtl Oil ap plication. A. T. & S1 F. R'Y CO, I.UO W.TIM KTtlll.K, NAV 111, JVlS. KmI lioi'iil. HI bi loin West lionnil ( Hi-ad down.) (It-nil Ui.) I. mm m. ii san. in, .lp, in. ( .4l'. i- ..niistlewi-od f,(i p in, .... !plVfV . . .I.3ip. Ml, .....Mnlvani)... H.Mh. in, .Wlrlillit . 7.".oa. m, . . New Ion. . . ..V)a. in, . ...Florrnce t.liV a m, Itim in I'll)' II 21 p III, . 'ssr.1::: i si p. in h 31 p m p. in. in II I p. III. 1 1 in in i .m u. in v i p in. I u iu in. Til Hants F limit rutin llu lateat lm prnted i-qtiiuiuent 1 1 1 u 1 1 known, on Its l'a- near t'laltn. O.niH'ii ilikrtss 1 1 tn h11 points, nud Ilai; jmge Chrck.id t (UmliMlli n. ror pinl , r.t s, ll-onlalile. or anv uMiar Juf, 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. — 26 January 1899

''-4 Tlio Largest Circulation of any Ncnspaner In West crn Oklahoma. tiik OKLAHOMA It . h VOL. XII. POLITICAL IDIOCY'. There Heemu to be a disposition on the part of some of tLo members of both houses of the logisk ,uro ss well ai on the part of some profcsBedly Republican nowspapers to force a fac tion fight among the lawmakers. Kv erjr movo that is made in tho legisla tuic is construed to mean a blow at Darnea or n blow at Fljnn. Evory committoo named has been construed by these astute' (in their own estima tion) politician!! to bo a Barnes com tnutco or a Flyun committee. Noth ing that is dMio in tho way of legisla tion but it must be made to appear a Flynn bill or a Barnes bill. Their souls are possessed with tho one de sire to "down Barnes" or "down Flynn." A desire for legislation for the benefit of tho people never finds lodgment in their faction-besotted brains. They soein to think that Flnn or Barnes is the whole Repub lican purty. They can't realize that Barnes and Flynu a...

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. — 26 January 1899

. I! IM BEAVER HERALD. F. S. DRUMMOND, Publisher. BEAVER OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tn Wella-Fargo estimate of gold produced In the United States last year is S0.4a0.gQ3 A Cleveland (0.) dispatch said a trust that would control the chewing gum business of the country had been organized with a capital of 815,030,000. Tub New York Independent stales that the number of church roernlors In the United States last year was 27,714, 623, an Increase for the year of M2,300. REPltESESTATlVF.s of the principal pump factories of this country recently held a secret meeting at Clevoland, O., for the purpose of forming a pump combine. It Is shown by the official figures of the bureau of statistics that the ex ports of the United States for 1S38 were SI, 154,925,109 and our imports tC33,6C4,634. Mb. K. V. Milks, of Cleveland. O.. has just been elected president of the new linseed oil trust, which controls allot the larger linseed oil plants in the country. Tho capital stock of the consolidated conc...

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. — 26 January 1899

Sure Sure for GoSds When the children net ttielr feet wet and take cold f-ive them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances are they will be all right in the morning. Con flnue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has dis appeared. ' Old couchs arc also cured: we meari the coughs of bron chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs 01 consumption arc always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of era fpg ecforal Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. Put ono of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over yosia Stmgs Tho Bast Medical Advices Frool We now have some of the most emi nent physicians In tlio United Motes. Unuiual opportunities ami lone experi ence, eminently flt them for riving you mcillc.il advice. Write freely all the hnrilnnl'ira In nnr MID. Addrets. Dr. J. C. AYER, iX...

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. — 26 January 1899

H I i t I E K X h 0 n lv icraM. cnvtr PUDU5IIED ETK11V Till! IV! DA V. Official County Paper. J- i. UHUMMONH, IMItor ant Irp lor otttrd at pu'iofliee at Hearer (). T. as sou4 cUis aiaiisr April 12, 1SJ.. TEIIUjJ - -jkrialllltrl J.liCtlioB. - fl IWl'Ei: VEAU. made koown on p- A. T, & S. F. R'T CO, (.bClLTIMCTlKLf. rr N, !. Km' hfkiiit. (lUSid'HTD.) !. M. J Xu a. IU S o..m I I.U,U. I 3 V) . m I t v. ru l HUllUlt Kafl.MJ iiifr . aialvsne .Wichita Norton Hon-nw Ksn.n City CfctcngO Wrst hound (lUnd np.i , l-.m . lu. .1 J' p. in. a. m, ;m. ni, i p. m. ( j-j ii u. in I Ma. in, 4,11 a. m. it i. m. !' p. m. BOJ p. Ill, II iipux I M IV. IU t J.'p.iu.) I.lll, . Tli riant V Kool mm tha ltt Im plnvd npilpiiimi lb it I know it, on 111 l'w nr Train O-.up-m UrkMi lit (nail point, aod !!; y( CtixkJ to d.ltla.ll"!, fta ronl, rt'S, tints latil. nr anv otlur Inf-rinatliMi, apply ti iLts uml.rli(m-d, or to TV. J. V.:k, O F AT A ropri. Katioa. K Jam km, Apmt. Klifrlwncrt, kanttt. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND...

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. — 2 February 1899

o M iw wa (i 4, The Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in West ern Oklahoma run 8 rM.DKST OKLAHOMA : KEWSr'APLn ' WT wmti,M.'iwm. 11 VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FtfUIU'ARY 2, 1859 NO. 38, THE TBITTH ABOUT Beaver Countu OKLAHOMA. Much has been written and printed abont old No M-.n's Land now Heaver county, Oklahoma. A great deal of the "information" furnished in regard to this section of rountry wji misleading, partly through the ignorance of the writers, and partly through intentional falsehoodH by persons financially interested in keep ing people out, or in trving l bring them hero on eoinu town scheme or other plausible tcheme to get their inone;. Romantic lies in the early days, and intentional falsifying in Liter years have done much to keep this sf-ction of country a "No Mau's Liud" indeed, a sort of terra incog nita to all but the few who have chosen it for their home. People living outside of its borders are ap parently tii ignorant to-day...

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. — 2 February 1899

BEAVER HERALD. P. S. DRUMMOND. Publisher. BEAVER - - OEV.HOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Tocsro Leiter has started the estab lishment of s comprised sir motor track company in Chicago. The house committee on lanklnjr snd currency at Washington definitely decided to make no further effort at this session to urtre the measure for currency and banking rerislon known as the McCleary bill. Miss Eva Roach was recently asleep nt Montreal, Can., for 28 days, follow in? an attack cf hysteria. She was finally awakened by the doctors apply ing sctnal cautery on the neck and along the spinal column. A jiecest London cable to the New 7ork World said that the South Af rican papers noted as one of the re markable result of the Spanish-American war the largely Increased ordem irora America for diamonds, wh ch has caused prices to go up 20 per cent. The announcement that Brazil's capital may prjbably beremoTed from Rio to Mlnas is significant of the triumph of the model town. That is whnt it is staled to be....

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. — 2 February 1899

X .lJSt ?tt , Slpfrrr "rtAT. tCopyrlfht. iJar. by Urocmant, Grte c C STNOPSIS. Chapter I D'Aurlac, commanding out liost where scene ts laid, tells the story. Do Gomeron hat been appointed by Gen. fle Uone to examine Into a chargo made gainst him. Nicholas, a sergeant, brings In two prisoners, a man and a woman, who are from the kind's camp at Le Fere. D'Aurlac, angered by Insulting manner of do omeron toward the woman, strikes him. A duel follows, and during the commotion the prisoners escape. De Hone happens on the disorderly scene, and d'Aurlac, upon Riving hla parole not to attempt escape, hears this remarkable sentence: "To-morrow. ...you rouat dlo on the Arid. Win or lose. If I catch you at the close of the day, 1 will hang you as high as Haman." After a few hours' rest he rides back toward the general' tent. CIIAPTETt IT. Jtf. DE RONE CANNOT lUSAD A cipher. When I reached the general's pavilion de Hone was just mounting his horse, a lackey standing near with n sputter ing torc...

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. — 2 February 1899

1 it v h lw , ' I-. ' tnvtr crald. rUDLlfMIED ilVEUV TilUlWPAT. Oir.clal County Papor. . H. 1MIU.MM0.VI, tMlt-ir and l"rp '"' Enleied nl pustnlbce hi tcer U. V. as secind cIhm waller April I'.'. I KM. TEltMd - - - - UOOi'KI. YKAIl. AnvkHTlilMl iMirs made kuowti ou application. A, T. & S F. R'Y CO. l.l,Ctl.Tlllt(Ttal.K.JIAr III, I"". :' 1.'if.l. Stations VV( IxinnJ (lleailibmrii.) I.e.ia ru. lit a.tu. '.viy.in. I (It -ml up.i . H.iti p m. .li-llp. in. C..1J h. in. ..Kngleweoil. ... .!MVry 1hIvbii .. ... . f ...-.. i.n I. M4. i SI p. in I Hn.ra I u p. III. M 1 1. in ( 11 tSs in i 3KII.IM. J 31 p. HI. I I Cl M, Th Mitt V Uoal runs Ihe latest lm fr tolrtiniuiurnt ib( it ku.inrn, on lit I'sif a rev Trains. ... ... I'imlkl'tM M to nil p-ilnts. ami Has-p-r Csvcx! It tli-i.tl-n. Mril -., rt. tlit" table, or nr o'ber Ixf rnuttxn. 'potr llb un.'-rlirHrl. or In -.J. J5.k, G P. AT . . rcki. Kmui. K K Jamkx. .ul. Kn;le?rl, Kaunas. .Wlrhltn . Newton K.n.. llt Cares"' . ; so a. ra. 3 Via. in. ...

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. — 9 February 1899

i v ERAID. 'ike Largest Clrcnlntlon oritur NoiTspnner In West-1 rm Oklahoma. ! the OLDEST KL Al-IOMA B .. J NEWSPAPER j HIBW1U'PIIM ! VOL. XII. BKAVHR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1899. NO. 39. BEAVER MORE BLOODSHED, FiliDinos Make a Night At tack at Manila. AMERICANS LOSE ABOUT 20 KILLED AND 100 WOUNDED. Filipino Loss Very Heavy. The following cablegram was received it Washington: Manila, Feb. 5. To tho Adjutant General, Washington: Insurgents in largo forco opened attack on our outer lines at 8:45 last evening; renewed at tack several times during night, at 4 o'clock this morning entire line engaged; all attacks repulsed. At daybreak ad . vauced against insurgents and have driven tlieni bejond the lines they for merly occupied, capturing several vil lages and their defenso works. Insur gent loss in dead and wounded large; our own casualties thus far estimated at seventy-five, very few fatal. Troops onthusiastio and acting fearlessly Navy did eplcndid e...

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. — 9 February 1899

.' t1S-t-ltv . I y it r. . I- M- BEAVER HERALD. F. 8. DRUMMOND. Publlshor. BEAVEll OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. Adf.MNA Patti settled 810,000 a year upon her new husbaud, Haron Ccden Strom, the day before her marriage. TllK Rubber Goods Manufacturing company has been Incorporated nt .Trenton, N. J., with a capital of 850, 000,000. The big telescope designed for the Paris exposition will be ready on time. It Is nn enormous reflector, bringing the moon toon apparent dls tbsco of CO miles. Chicago has an order to supply Europe with 10,000 coach and bus horses. They will bo shipped at the rate of 200 head a week. The first con signment left for London and Liver pool on the STtti. Tub farming experiment conducted by Typographical union sNo. 0 for the benefit of the unemployed printers of New York city has proved a great suc cess, rif tylour men worked on a po tato tract and produced a crop value a u 15.000. .. . . The manufacturers of the lower priced derby hats have effected a com binatio...

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. — 9 February 1899

:n i 10Y0B I wont onsumpiion? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But It comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat Is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs arc inflamed. Stop your cough when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. Cherry Pectoral stops coughs of all kinds. It docs so because it is a sooth ing and heallngremedy of great power, mis manes it tne great est preventive to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whole MadfcMl Library Froo. For (our cents In stamps to pT roit ago. wo will send jrou sixteen medical books. Medical Advlco Free, Wo havo the exclusive services of some of the most eminent physicians in the United States. Unusual oppor. fnnltipa ami Innir dDerlence eml. n.ntlv Ot them for stIvIiik you midlcal nrivl... Wrifft fraflv all the tarttc - .. - ... . I ie sou win ruceivo a. i Itlmut Cost. rest, DR. J. C. AVEU. TTie fiKSe2 SlPt...

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. — 9 February 1899

,r i J I m D ft w .miimWI WUfcJWPMIMBTft'lJII'lil punusnnu Ki:itv thubsdav. Official County Paper. iiwiawwi jaa-i riwrwwp (). John Cohttru, from lllinma, has ( been in Heaver tlio past neck, and will ! probably conclude to locate hero pcrtna j ncnlly. lie i a man of pleasant nd- 1 1 1 j : ; i i ii 1 iiili r Knitted l pn-mllice mi lriiT t, T. aa ectid class matter April 12. IMf.'i. raws - - - Mww:i: i:.n. jirittnttti.su haiis wade Lnonn uu aj pllcitlon. A. T. & S F. R'T GO. I orAl.TIMP TAnl K, HAV lit, 1M. Kail bound. Hlntlona Vnl iionnrl (Head do' I. u" a m. In ifl.n, in ?.nop. til. I i.) a at p. m t '-.41 1 a an ) w m II 15 II. in. I 1" in p. in ( II 1.1 H " ll Ml n, lit x p. m. I li i.i a. in. i Kngleueoil, plvuy Mnltane. .Wichita New Inn ..I'lnrene Kan.- I'it j- , Chicago (Itrkd np.l K,i i m. 1 1 p. in. S.W. H. III. 7,10 . m. A. Ma. III. 4, IK n. in. li f p. in, i -M i. III. Aio p. in. The Hantn K Itoiit" rims llin Utiil Im jir il viinlpiupBt lht l ktiHii(on It Past. nger Tra...

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. — 16 February 1899

f-' Tin- Largest Circulation cf any Jicnsjiaper In West ern Oklahoma. run o LDI2ST KLAllOMA. NEWSPAPER VOL. XII. BliAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, TI1URSDAV, FEBRUARY 16, 1890. NO. 40. O "feSEfe-CSKiSr If the Cimarron News will study Iho Uoylo till, II. U. No. 1, ami nolo the harm and confuiion that would rcult, nhould it be. come a lnw, the News will see wheio it erred in condemning J. C. Williamson for not ftupporllng the menaure If the News vtill not be convinced of the error of lis position it will be lonesome and Its only companion Mill be the echo of Hi own voice returned by the dlny heights of the Black Mcsri liftr desly Herald. The bill referred to is (ho one proVid "log for remittance or that pail of the 1SH8 tax estimated Upon the "raise " Through its act in ruining the uncased valuation of the ncVcral counties the Territorial Board of llijualiiatiou has made itself so obnoxious to the people of Oklahoma that any bill proposing to "pivc it to thrn in the neck" in...

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. — 16 February 1899

I K Ut ii i u f; ' ; y Rfi w BEAVER HERALD. F. S. DRUMMOND. Publisher. BEAVER OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. A bill has been Introduced In tho Now York legislature to legallzo sell Ing horse roent for food. A rnoJKCT In on foot to combine nil the colonics In Australia Into a feder ation similar to tho li lilted State A confederate monument nt Frank lln, Tcnn., will bo unveiled November 13 next, tho nnnlvcrsnry of the battle. .An Francisco has decided to hold a world's fair In 1001, to bo known as tho Pacific Ocean International exposb tlon. Thk wild horses which used to roam the Texas prairies arc about nil gone, tho Galveston News says. Only a fcr.' remain and they are In tho large pastures and arc being killed as often as a shot can be had at them. A rill was Introduced Into tho Illi nois legislature to appropriate 50,000 for the purpose of erecting a bronzo statuo in honor of the lato Frances K. Wlllard, tho npostlo of temperance, in tho national canltol ut Washington. dr. it. u. f A...

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. — 16 February 1899

USELESS STRATAGEM. A Smart Trick Thnt Polled to Work Cyon Some iVnrlrsa Since Holilirra. "Yep, th road agents tiled t' be purty recklM wn I wiu Jtivin' stage way back in th' 0'." remarkeJ Tank V ilion, rerai nisecntly, "an' all kinds of schemes was jiut up t' throw them off'n the stent. "Time was changed on all the stage routes, an' dummy mail bags an' cxprets boxes were carried, but 'tuan't no use. "Th" wust case 'of hold-up 1 ever experi ences wuz dunn th' tm.alljiox scare. We wuz full of passengers, inside an' out, an' every one f them carried a belt 'f cold dust. We had heerd that a new indeudooa! had taken to th' road, an' tharforc makes our precautions. "Of course, if six or seven men holds up a stage it am t no use to fight, 'cause only one shows hisself an' all th' rest ambushes an glta th' drop on you. Then they comes forrard an takes your wealth. "So wc gets up a scheme. We knows road agents is purty much askeered 'f smallpox, so we takes along an ole tramp, wraps him up i...

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. — 16 February 1899

roiii.isiii:i) i:ti;uv tiiuiihiuy. ClHoial County Papor. -5fi-cs J' I 1 1 1 ' J I J I, did r mil I rjt 1c r Knleied nt pmiolhee ul Henier (). T. an secmid elms mnilor A jrll 12, SX. t'EUMS - - - - $100l'i:i! Yl-.All. auvmitiiisi) BATis imide known on ap plication. A, T. & $L F. R'Y CO. tnt'l.Tlui'.Ttnl t.juv in, lift. F.aul IkhiImI. Hlnllunt v.al liniinrt T Read down ) i. win m. 10 St)H. Ill, i (p. in ( tM r. in. i I 3d in I ) i in, I r. m. ( lniM i. in 11 ISp in HAlK, III .3 p. Ill, I n is in, (It'lt'l tll.) ..DiKlcurod .splmy Maliane .Wlcliltn . . Newton . rinrt-nen t annus City ChlciiK" . S,ti . m, It Sin. in, S.M it. III. 7. Ma. m, . .'. .V) A. in, 1,11 a. m. n '.'') i. m. 11 p. in. II (XI p. in. Th Santa I" limit" runs Hie latest lm r 'Tit iiiliuiviil Hint Ia UiiiiWu, on It !' nuor 1 rnln. Oiumin lii'kfttn ' I I to nil point, ami! Hair-im-s Cli'Ckjil t ilwallii.tli n. or rmit, r Us, Itinoialilni. or Jnr oilier iuf rmatlin, Miinly to the ondrrslKiird, or tu vV.J. Illajk, U I...

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. — 2 March 1899

r N, TIIH The Largest Circulation r r nwc'P ( ..p.... ...-........ i. v,.ut. i i:( iwwi 111 MHJ AlUlk.'i'Vl ill il-a. c'rn Oklahoma kl; YHOiMA NEWSPAPER mwuwuiMiiJBMjctrvTairrrVAJixnaviwmLi9mLni:nj.f Jimyuiww,'ttsr,X'T.TJi;-JUi'i'rteTi VOL. XII. BEAVER, BEAVHR COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 1899. NO. 41. I k l DELINQUENT TAX LIST, Notice is hereby gvefl lliat taxes n? scssed against tlio follow ing persons nod id tlio following amounts iic duo nod delioqucut, nro Mibject to penalty from January 15th, ISO!), at tlio rate of IS per cent, per year until paid, together with costs of advertising and trcasuroi's Ices; and that unless paid taxes, costs i.nd penalties aro paid on or before the 15th day of March, 1890, tax warrants will issuo and name will bo collected by the Sheriff, as by law directed. llOIJEUT TlKOW.V, County Treasurer. KUAVKR rOWNSHIl'. Wm Iieebe... . . . 5 , M 'Aery Cooper Ti Victor g (Jlow .......... 1 2J t S Driimmoiul fill J W Fox !i Ki .1 It 1'l.iglo -1...

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