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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 April 1899

"Peace Hath Her Victories op less renowned than war," said Milton, and now, in the Spring, is the time to get a peaceful victory over the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's hearty eating. The ban ner of peace is borne aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla, It brings rest r.nd comfort to the tvearv body racked by pains of nil sorts Mid ltlnds. Its beneficial effects provolt (o be the. great sivecillc to be rolled upon for victory. I lood 's nner disappoint . 8alt Rhoum-"My mother wn serl. tuslv afUlcted with suit rlicum nnd painful niniitntr sores No meilldno liolpod her until Hood's Hnrsiipnrllln win used, widen miulo lior entirely well." KR E. Mai-ix-iTosn, a-i8 Dearborn Street, Chicago, HI. Tlrod FoolltlR-"! Imd Hint lireil, dull fooling, dyspepsia, hcadiu'lies iind Binding ipells, but Hood's Bnrsaparillrt nindo wo u new man. J never was belter than now." John Mace, Oslcaloomi, Iowa. ffleotfy Swtiajxvuffa Ilomt'e Hilt cam liter III., Urn nort-irrlif Inif 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. — 6 April 1899

. N i . , WW U-UWIJUH-ilU JLaifcJ JUUfc... U-l..BauyMii, " H tfoc ormiion m never far wrong You can clicat it for a time, but only for a time. The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years. They are pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but what they are able to do which carries them through the years. Sarsaparilla (which made Sarsaparilla famous) has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do. It has never been known as a cure-all in order to catch all. For half a century it has been the one true, safe blood purifier, made in the best way out of the best ingredients. Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled by no other medicine. Is the best any too p ooa tor !BgUagK.'iat3il.JTJ6WA!H.A..J UUmjIfcaUMJJUUUM nf&3099239S332000tttti2SSi&300SOmttd!t50005QQi 11 WELL BRED, SOON WED." WHO ARE QUICKLY occcceccccecGececcoeecccccecccccccce...

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 April 1899

gHairrtBimfii'W pmhj Ariiiu.JiWJjr,ttBTfMrg I't'iiufiiKi) i:vi:r.v tiiuusdav. OlUcial County Paper. 1. S. I'lltlMMONI), IMItor iin I Proprietor. diluted m poHulHiu hi lln-vci 0. T. hi eccund class mutter April IS. 1H'.I.i. lEinis - - TT"Vi(nin;u vii.u ..nvr.iiTlslMl HATH nimle known on ap plication. A. T. & S, F. R'Y CO. l.Ol'H.TIJIrlTUll.l , rKll. I, IMII. Kant hnutl. Hlatltins Wat bound (Head iIumtii.) I on a m. 1,1 'I) n. in. . t (dp. in. I s,li. ni. , 9 flip-1" I f t) ii m. ( V M p, III. ( 10 rtl it. in J ' 11 IS p m. ... (I Sf a, in. .up. in. l .. hi. ' (ltnd lip.) . .r.iipipwuxi .uplvey Mulvaiie . .NVIchlln . New tint. . I'lnnncc ICnnMa city ..C'hlongo . 7, SI p ni. ,U.:n p. in. .').', h. ni. T.iHla. m. . & Ml a. in . 4, IS a.m. H '." p. III. I jh p. III. u iu p. 111. The rtauta r" Home, rima llm latest lm prnvo I i-inlpiiictil i lint t known, uu Its I'mv I'Dgrur Train. . . (V.iin'in Tlrknts a W t nil p'llnts. ni.it Hag- get Wi-maii to nti na inn Pitt runt's. Tata. I 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. — 13 April 1899

-'. i mm,4nmm4i $ V ' f ( r ff .-l : .a f t t- 'T' j in "V m W 4fc t J V, w i Tbe LarcMt Clrcalntloa of oaf Keiripaper In Yfttv I! em OkUhunt. BEAVER k HERALD. TUB OkMKST v-KL ' . 'I ! - .. - ll , t-" w .",,- u .ja -, .v ,AHOAIA NEWSPAPIR "-- ' .. . .,' $ - . 1 !.. ft 5ff VOI. XII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL y3, 1899. NO. 4& OMXISVIOMRM, FROt'EKDISUS. A Hsavsr, Oklahoma, April .'I, 180V, Ht karil of county commissioners met lu regular f'it" ' u o'clock a. m. l'rv,l(itfSV- Abeent Steele aud Mc Curd. A iimruDi not being preeent tbe board ad journed uottl I o'c'ook . " Atrll a, 1MW, J o'clock p. m. Tin board met pursuant to adjournment l'reaent DuiiUji and McOord: abeent Steele. Lunlen in lbs chair. On msilon of McCord lb following clalme were alluwed at bounllei on coyotes and jrsy wolves, vl A 3 Hughes tO coyote and 'J gray Lincoln Lerlng HO eoyoln A Vantaseel it coynt J it Dadliman tl cojoto John lllbba I cajole .'Ollem Dlckenion 11 coyule -X II B...

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 April 1899

Oi V r .' - ..Mi BEAVER HERALD. F. S. DRUMMOND. Publisher. MAVKR OKLAHOMA. ' ' -? CURRENT COMMENT. A coHTARr has been Incorporated t( overate automobile! In Chicago ana ebs and hack In that city will soon In displaced. Mirnrbota haa decided to rcplani tree In the denuded pine lends revort is to the atate through the non-psy-aaent of taxes. Boston congratulates lUolf on a arked decrease In drunkenness dur ing the last three year. In 1893 thora were 90,840 arrests for this offense In 1807 tho number declined to 10,25'J and ln'1898 to 19,018. Owrxa to tho obnoxious policy re cently inaugurated by the Muscovite government to Kusslanlzo Finland there will be eu extraordinary In crease In tho emigration of Finns to the United States, especially to tho northern portions. Till: Colorado lrgUlature In Its clos ing hours passed an Indeterminate aen Unco law. It provides for a mini an and a maximum sentence and gives the penitentiary commissioners the right to parolo prisoners after tho minimu...

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 April 1899

Wi?3 -t V jy - r f I'l., Y- ,' -, r" V-" k l i i i mil , ' V. t T&E NEW METHOD OF BLOOD PURIFYING. What the New Discovery in Medical Science Has Accomplished. TIm Prwapt Way Cr Ysmmtf Whea Sjnaftema 5how lW Yaw lews to Out Of Orator. MB EMINENT SPECIALIST'S F1EE OFFER TO ALL READERS OF THIS PAPER. For great many yean 11 hat bwn tliecustotni for sick people to sajrt "Mjr Mood la out of order. It needs purify lagv I feel all used up. My tkln needs tearing. My brain feels tired." They arc right, but do they act right? They generally go and get a laxative (bowel cleaner) to purify their blood. Xtaes their blood run through their bowels? Science has to-day furnished proofs that all the purifying that your blood seeds, In fact, all that can be done, tnust be done by your kidneys. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys every three uiln ates. The kidneys strain or filter out the Im purities of the blood thntlsthclrwork. Purifying your blood is not a ques tion of taking d...

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 April 1899

M . W - a V ' V-. 1 r;y s I1?!, W ,' ,. r- iv s L ' 4Y i dV i . k"- - i tmttr trM. A. ) , l'UIIMllto KViati THUrVJDAV. . OHelal County Paper. X, F, DAVIIrt, L'rtllur n.l 1-rourlrtnr. Knitted at I'uxiuBive l Henter II. T. si seeetid elss miller .April 1',', ISM, I'CIMM - - AUVSSTISIMI Mtf itiJe known on up llcllon. i. T, & S. F. I'T CO, Announcement. & KLMWOODIIK.MS. liny Hrown and another gentleman rrnm Luck worn were in Iheso part buy Ing "" the Sth im.t, Tip ('rmrr lm commenced farming. I Ttir. !fHAI.t has agata changed hands, P. H. Dtummnnd retiring and Noah F. Dave resumlnu- chsrge of die publication. To lltoe friends who hsvc .....re. u wnn ineir p.irr.npe una ro-. He MJB ,,j, ,, ,,ow rtlJc, , fl)M v'Munpvilirill in inner wrms WU WISH 0 express llisuk of a variety ilia'. Is ,en- uinr; we apprrolalu tlicao thill's t their lull Worth. Tlin ntwat.fln.-r l.ii.l- - 61 IK) I'lIK VEAH. , i. ... ' ... .... j....- . , ,, t. mi iiii inu enure muc 1.0' fi ' MlCtt. 1IBKTjKII.lt, f....

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 April 1899

JB. J&rti t ' a H V pA. , run Tim Largest Circulation or any Newspaper In 'West cru Oklnhom.1. KLAHOMA NEWSPAPER ERfMRTSSR BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL ?.o, 1899. VOL. XII. NO. 49. ., V - ' COMMISSIONERS, IMtOCKKMNUS . (continued from lt week.) April 7, 1S00. 8 o'clock n. m. Hoard nift pursuant to Adjournment Preient McCord and Dunlnpj absent Steele i 0. Tracy, county clerk, submitted Hie follovrlng report of the receipts and disburse inenls of the county treasurer for the quar ter ending March 111, ISO'.) County Clerk's Office, Braver. Ok , April 1, 1800. To the lion, Board of County Commissioners Heaver county; Gentlemen: I herewith submit my report nnd exhibit of receipts and disbursements for the quarter ending March 31, 1S9D' Receipts. Hal. cash in treasury Jan. 1, '90S 014S 2C Collections 1803 taxes 1.7.128 08 renallles 35 71 Collections 1807 taxes .17 08 Penalties 8 71 First territorial school appor tionment 707 13 Treasurer's fees 25 Total ?...

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 April 1899

Trust Not to Appt tt tearances. That which seems hard to bear may be a great blessing. Let us take a lesson from the rough weather of Spring. It is doing good despite appear ances. Cleanse the system thoroughly; rout out all Impurities from the blood with that greatest specific, Hood's Sarsaparilla. Instead of sleepless nights, with con sequent irrltableneis niul nil undone, tired feollng. you will have u tone nntl a bracing air that will enable you to enter Into every day's vvorlc with jilcnsurc. Remember, Slood't nerer dunppointi. Ooltre "Ooltr. wan mi expensive In medlcnl attendance Unit I lot mlno ro It made mn n perfect wreolt, until I took Ilood'r. HnrKuparilU which entirely cured mo" Mil TiiOMis Jo.sna, I'M Houtli HI, Utlca, N. T. Runnlner Sores "Five jcam hro my affliction cnino, u rimnhiK soro mi my leg, earning me great anguish. Hood's Barmi iiarllla hcalod Ihu aors, which lm never re-t- -ncd. Mns A W, IHmiktt, 8U Powell L,rce(, Lowell, Mass. dwcdSaMai flood Villi care llv...

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 April 1899

The Pioneer Medicine Avers Sarscmarilla is --S lllPlP 'T I hBShw t HBB1 p lav $gj sec I x5 v I a I s y y oan yers oarsapai Before sarsaparillas were known, ago, it began work. Since i you can count tne sarsa-parillas by the thousands withevery variation of imita tion of the original, ex cept one. They have never been able to im itate the quality of the pioneer. When you Auefs on bottle of sarsa- 4 J 11a that is enoueh : vou can have confidence at once. If you want an I experiment. Knv nnvVinrlv's Sarsamnlla : if 0 you want a cure, you must buy f OKLAHOMA SEWS. The Important Evonts of Every Purt of tho Torrltory. CLYDE SATTOX BECOMES A FUGITIVE Not.rt Mariterfir Blub. Man TVho Die Ataitox shun, 'that Ma It no Cow ard In K.catilne Mnrdarar Btllla Jlaliii a "Dojttli II. d" ( onf.aalou --ol.. vSthif yt Mil toB i ww NS!l!Sii8fMRjy-f -A -E.I W The S&mpmlla glr , . czrz-jn i A rs which made Sirsipuilli famous Mrjrclar.r Atallnjc Kfmpea. l'onca City Conrlor: Every report coinliif from t...

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 April 1899

fo ii sjafM MWfl J;ti 'lt;sll vaasa-a VJ) " I'UIU.IOIir.O I.VKIIV TlUllD.V. Olliclnl County Paper. V J , l XV., IMtlor nnd I rnprlitur. till red al t-luf)ke nl Heaver (). f. as aecud class waller April IV. l.ifti. UT.M3 - - - - yiOOl'Wt VIJAIt. (iiiMiTiM.xn bath mmJn V 11(111 on ap I'llClllOM. A, T, & S, F. IVY CO. immi. timktmii.u, run I, imn. I ant Ii-wil. Stations Wsi bound ( Ilf it "(M-ri.) (ltHl ll. I t ' in. in -an. in. s (p. in. I I tic m. 51 p. In I f-ttii m.f II 21 p. Ill, Pimp, in 11 I p in rt an n, m !' 1 p. In. I ! 11a. in. .KtiicleviffMi . ..N't ey llultnno .Wloliltn NiTtton . flnrcnff Kanssa tt jf . ',, p. m. .It Mp. in. s Mm. in, ; to a pi, . .VJOii, in, 1,1ft a. m. ji, in. 1"1 P. m. i) ai p. in. 'lbs Hatta ! Ironl run t f i Intuit lm pr ted M'UMi'iciit Hint It kiiiiwu, on IU !' Hirer 1 1 tint. I iimiii IP krtsi'ld t lull poliltt, Hliil Il? pmr- CIim-MiI It ilvM nation. or nnilM, rit , Hind lalilrt. nr snv nMrrr Inf rinntlun, pnly l iiih mull ralttneil. ir tu W.J....

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 April 1899

f 'mw " v w&mr 4LJBH - iWTTfTni. t , 1 M ii, . s f. v '. - rfflb)-"1. k. 7 .r liii. 'BV"J' - t -r sr v' Tho Largc.it C'lrenlntton of any NcTfupaprr In West cm Oklahoma. BEAVER s HERALD. Til IP ' ' "" OIiPERT Oklahoma NEWSPAPER Ayyj KL 75 TO ''3 ' ? i r i ! . r ': TJH' 1 1 VOL. XII. BEAVER, 13EAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1899. V NO. 50. HARD FIUHTINU LAXT SUNDAY. Manila, Sunday, April 23 Belt, with a part of tho Fourth United 8tatea cavalry, which was reconnoi tring cast of Malolos, wai aurrouncd I hit morning by iniurgeiit and suf fered a sevcro loss. Tho Nebraska and Icwn regiments were icnt to rcinforeo him. The fightioR still continues. The abovo diipatch waa received lato this morning. Malolos was tho former insurgent capital and was abandincd when Mc Arthut'r diviiion reached there Tho firkt town east of Malp'oi is Bigaa, which was taken by a pivrt of Mac Arthur's army beforo Malolos was reached. The Nebraska and Iowa troops aro in Mac Arthur's divi...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 April 1899

KfiKiS3s&r.J.Tf.,' ..... ,,.. v . TPrup"1 - t!. 4- - :,',-. - ' r r -i 1 J x &rfrm;-'Cf M 'fl-J k J 'V p.-1 fV f f t( Ni ';! I 1 A f r- f U.k- U te -.K . ; -'i-iM' w ., r rwm '" BEAVBft HERALD. la -. S. MUMMOblD, Publlihor. 8JSAVJBR OKLAHOMA. CURRENT COMMENT. 1 Thic study of English In to bo com pulsory In tlio schools of l'orto lllco. NEWS OF THE WEEK. IIkiui 1'oi.ack, nn clcctrlrlnn at .Vienna, Austria, 1ms discovered a means of telegraphing 00,000 ttords an hour over a alngln wire. A rosTAi. roti to entirely nortli of tlio Arctlo clrclo will lo established In Alaska between Yukon, on tliu river of that name, and l'cavy, i illstnnco of 250 miles. Four round trips will bo made from November 1, 1S90, to May 1, next year. Tiir process for creating dustiest roadbeds by n method of sprinkling the track with oil l now In use on eight different roads, representing about 1,000 miles. A trnvk treated with one application of oil Is absolute ly dustlcss and remains so fur ti year. It...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 April 1899

L arzz. n turn' .!'p( U r . . flf: w w , -t -K?z,t Jt I " -T -O -. Life Saved by Swamp-Root. Tti Oreat Discovery Thnl Corn Kid r 4 Bladder Tronbles, Statistics prove that more people nre brought to the start by diseases of the kidneys and bladder than by auj other disease. For mnny years medical science has been trying to discover some remedy that would potltltcly overcome these dangerous troubles. But not until recently was the discov ery made. Doctor Kilmer, the eminent physician and scientist, after years of a-tudy and research, and after test on test that never varied In the grand re ault,announcedthedlscovery of Swamp Root, which has proven Itself a most wonderful cure for nil diseases of the kidneys and bladder. While Swamp-Hoot has proven such & remarkable success In cttrliipktelncy nnd bladder diseases, It ha also procd equally In-valuable In the cure of blood diseases, rheumatism, liver and stomnch troubles nnd In the regulation nnd cure of all uric acid troubles. Swain...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 27 April 1899

-v.i V4 ". . 1?. L 't, T MM HfCV j BkKW1 -i 4, A. Ml TpP ' 4- , f f Q J? ' i ,--1 ." 1 u : j K i titvtr- JcrnM. I'UUMPIir.l) I'.VHItV TIIUKflDA.V. Official County Paper. N. I', li.VVKH, lldltnr ijnd rrnprMor. Marrla",a license wan United vcatordav to iiarrla I own and Ann Dcnann ttlio reslild In tho Optn tirttSlinriiooJ, Tim llciivir tlvrr lias then about A HAITI' WF.MiI.NH. P. E. lcraham and Mlm Mabel Smith Married. 0. N. Peckliaiu mikI Mm MjI'i-I tmssxcus.' r Holered nl iniliitlloe tit Hfnf rt 0. T. ila V second cIhuh mailer April !? lHt)., Vl!ltM8 - - - - M 00 I'KIt YIJAIl. AUTRHTitma warn made known on up plication. A, T. & & P. R'Y CO, UH'W. TlMliTIIII.l-.il: II. I, lll. r.ti tiixiitii. KiBioii xyi i-mmd twenty Itclies In llin list twenty-four ' Smith, liotli nl' UeaVcr, -tro united in (ItlSllhlWII.) I, mm in. ... lUROlt. iu. . . 3,1" p. m. ( l.lii'.m i l . in 1 'ii.ni ,,Kimw'Hl... ..hpltey ...Miiltatm .Wichita Newton ,, I'limnr Untitiit tlly .Clili'HK1' (II.-iul ti.) ....

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. — 4 May 1899

rim The Largpgt Circnlatloa of any Xuirspnpor In West- o TDEST KLAHOMA. NEWSPAPER I. cm Oklahoma. VTfttii i2ir3 w.iiMjwrjuiwu.'uunnwm'iwi BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899. VOL. XII. NO. 5.1 5KftfS?sKjfar2" "t-IB Uii7.W7tr?-l w- A DISUIUCEI'UI. AFFAIR. In the lynching of Hoao in Geor gia last week, tho mob retorted to diKraceful and inhuman methods. They wero not conteuted with simply putting Lim to death. They resorted to the most brutal methoda they rould conceive, first taking piece- of flesh and afterwards slowly burning him to death. Nor did they leave him till (hoy bad broken his bone3 into email bits to tako homo as sou venirs. The whole affair, iucludiug the shouts of triumph and exultation of the mob upon the perfotinanco of tho work, waa unbecoming to peo ple supposed to be civilized. While there is no excuHO for such crimes as Hose committed, thoro is no reason why people should disgraco themselves as this mob did. Had the law been left to 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. — 4 May 1899

"Votifkgc and Strength in Times of Danger." Fcad the 'warning between the tines. What is that warn ing? It is of the danger from accumulation of badness in the blood, caused by the usual heavy living of the Winter months. Spring is the clearing, cleansing time of the year; the forerunner of the brightness and beauty of glorious Summer. Follow the principle that Nature lays down. Start in nt once nnd purify your Mood with that great specific, Hood's Sarsaparllla. It netcr duappointi. Tumore "A tumor as b( a n largo marble came under my tongun and Instead of letting my physician oporutn on It, I nod iny favorite spring tonic, Hood's HarniA- Bun. inn uuncu soon atsniitioareu " nins . M. CoiiCBf, 679 Mer'k HU, Lowell. Mass. Rheumatism -"Iliad rhoumallsm far flvO year and can conscientiously my that Hood's Barsaparflla Ins given tnu cnllro or it rollof. As a blood purifier it Iiri helped my children wonderfully " Mm S. A Hicuit, 113 Franklin Avenue, Passaic, N J JwcdS SaUaliWih Iloo4 i r...

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. — 4 May 1899

OKLAHOMA NEWS. FARMKUB ARE 1IC9T. Wrk ell Under nay Estimates an tit. Wheal Crop-Hall. tin for the TTk. Folio win if is the iventhor crop bul letin for Oklahoma for the week end trip Monday, April 17: The temperature during the tveok nversgsd 67.4 degrceo, 23 decrees high er than last week anil seven depreen above the normal. Thursday, Friday and Saturday were cloudy, with licht to heary rain on Friday in the Chero kee and Olioctaw nation and very light rains fclscwheie. Moro rain Is badly needed in llio Chickasaw nation and portions of Greer couuty; else where the gtound is generally moist, but to cold to obtain the best results. Another week like the past will give sufficient warmth to tho ground. Vegetation has made n fair growtli and farm work Iihh rapidly ndvanecd. Apple, pencil, pear, plum and cherry trees bloomed early in tho week. All VcachcH nro killed in a few counties iti the north and noithwcst, but from the bloom on the trees, the outlook in other sections is now fuvora...

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. — 4 May 1899

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Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 11 May 1899

"s. 4Avir- C .jrn run lyi-hnrrt Tito LnfrMt CliculMlon ; of niiy Newsnper In West OKLAHOMA ern OUlrtllOlltil, NEWSPAPER VOL. XII. BHAVHR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY u, 1899. too. 5-2 r. tooct . . Z te taM With this issuo the Heiiald com pletes its twelfth volume, D-iririi: the twelvfl years of its existence it has undergone numerous changes of ownership. Notwithstanding this, it has not at any period since first es tablished failed to exist. Counting from Ihn first isssuo of the paper, then cnlled the Advocate but liter taking its prcsont name, it is regard ed as iho oldest newspaper in Okla homa Territory. lirsTiimMiVn stoihi. Chickasha, I. T., May G A cy clono struck Chickasha about i 3o this afternoon, wrecked sixteen residences and seriously injured four tecti persons. It is thought that J. II Murray who wai pinned to the ground under a building will die. Four freight cars woru lifted off the Rock Island track and smashed. The railroad buildings wore much d...

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