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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 15 June 1899

l i BEAVER HERALD. H. T. DAVES. PublUhir EEAYEB, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. Got. Giar. ifs.t: ba sp-foiat a pmt eeowr to ;-taj'o. basse of isSassaatorr edHoviaW in tbe Cabas De-prspaprr. Ir U ciiase4 tk4 th weaRh of lie United states will If rerJ by tie mu at far fr " OJHO. or inUf tkat of Ortt Urfeatc Whex Safe I wrHti o tie year of ISO Ve exrt trad of Use UDhi itaVe tHO have brske all monk Aowr? Jo toe traatry bvreac of xtaOtafes, oox xjrt oor teg tk past 11 tauiht have ietd sore than tHl,tJ.?r a amUr. Xt Oeoij! has leel is favor of a speasal tax of two atHs fr sewer age, park aad otoe? itsjrveaeU. Tbe plan ewiUwoUf- a ex ctuWtsarc efl4.0.o'.-4. Wowa propert j bolsters were attwed to ot aad were asataly fjutrssttslal ia gaining toe victory. IyOYbOY k W -xperseaiig "' tassWtpal werif of sCrw railway MtM-s. A goo tssajay iraoefctv- are bott sr4rlg nod Ike city gverMeU it takieg thee p awl payir eMrtt tmMer natowMe priees for the property less toe fraayeinV-e vahse. Thil tim-of kelo)s...

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 June 1899

The SUTT "YtATi. (Copyright, ilgr, ky lontmsns, Green ft Co SYNOPSIS. D'Aurlac, commanding outpost where cene Is laid, tells the story. l)e Qomeron U In temporary command, appointed by Qen. do Hone to examine Into a charge against d'Aurlac. Nicholas, a sergeant, fcrlngs In a man and woman, from king's camp at I.e Kere, prisoners. D'Aurlac, angeredby Insulting manner of deGomeron toward woman, strikes him, duel follows and prisoners escape. Duel Is Interrupted by appearance of de Hone, and d'Aurlac la told he will hang If found alive at close of morrow's battle. Hiding over field next day d'Aurlac finds Nicholas, victim of de (lomeron's malice, in Imminent danger of death, and releases him from awful pre dicament. After battle In which King Henry utterly routs de Hone's forces, d'Aurlac, lying severely wounded, sees two forms moving through the darkness rob. blng the bodies of the dead and wounded. They find golden collar on de I.eyva's corpse, and Ilabette stabs Maugtnot (her partne...

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 June 1899

I .i i ) j wii,ii'Ciwtgi' ijmih.1 i I iiiii ! frrr-ii riTrairi'rirn no n,rrntnvi,mr ri mwiw rmr.inr.u kvkoy TORsu.r. Official Cvunty Ptper. J. r, MA.YKN, Bdltnr nail lYqnrMor. Entered nl hMRw al Beaver 0. T. fw KMtia sW dialler April 19, 1805. ikrmS - - - - ci oo h:h nan. AtivMtfMINti 1UTM aile kbSWllTO Up pttonitsn. A, T. & S. F, I'Y 00. MieiliTIMHTAKLa, . 1 WW. HMtbMwl. Histltm vstiHuid (HMadnw'n.) i.ffia m. . . . ttofhxrrnl was, m irttej- . T. it. m. .1 Si p. Hi. s.Wh. m. f.. p.m. i ..MftlVAlie a p. m l II II ! M I uny.iit. ( ii). in. 11. Up III.. .. .WhShlta ... Kewlori ...lToremw Kunu City ....Chicago ? ae a. in. A so ft. in, 4.1R e. m. pin, ni o ) i. in. 1 n i. iu. H0Jl. in. e fcp.m.l . in.; I",1- Hmtfl I' Iterate mm lh latrst lm f eoVed .gniiiingtil that It known, i IU I'm ' WiiN11iktse IH tis'l points, and Df gt sfd l dfatlnol' n. KirpwH.rjH, nm labia, or v other Inf-wmsttutl, 1 toilw Harfcrs'atted. r lo ,v. J. n.aefc, o. i';at. a.. rtn'ka. Kamws. Jt. K JtKBK. Atmt. Knl-...

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 June 1899

? OoVuo &sA-Li & p Tlio Largest Circulation of nnv K('iriatcr lnUcst cm Oklahoma. tiTin: 7C r-vto Oklahoma NEWSPAPER VOL. XIII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1899. NO. 0. Clinc and Benton. Almost everybody is chasing a culli VJtnr at present. Mrs. (7 rant Perkins was iu Gliuu lust Alcr JJrowu wrnt to Ktiglcivood last week. Well, I ytic&a llio rainy season ia over at luMt. Misses Jiillio ami Hernia Over nrc lireparuig to attend Normal nt Beaver. Hurrah for tlio new Uenton post uiAbtcr. Hannah iMyri.v. tlii ' Elrawood. Tlio weather h bo charijicablo week, .Lots of fishermen on the creek Sun day. Hope they got no bites. Now ttue if they oil como down to t tend children's day exercises Sunday. Peas and new potatoes plenty. Perry Kile caught a bhort tailed wild cat, aud elinsed uuothcr down tho creel; and Will Haskell's dog ran it into tho willows ou Tip Gruwnicr's place. Kay ltycrson's mother wroto hitn that ttlio had tuoro berries than plie c...

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 June 1899

u f I I: I I I M M f H BEAVER HERALD. N. ?. DAVES. Pu-Hahor. BEAVER, - OKLAHOMA ,---aa---ai -- CURRENT COMMENT. It was Announced at (Tiicaj that Ike fCMn tnt wa u actualitv. All Ike Important platt? ot the eountrv are )n the combine. Or 1,0 ease of kydroptwbia in Pari In a jearoNljr six were fatal. Itefore the Faatetir treatment wm adopted the number of death would bare keen, ia tkc uae nmnlxw of eae M7. Thi: ir department ka prepared a ftt;cmnt sfaowlng th number of en listments In the reyrntar army since tke war began. At that time the army ronaiftted of . men. The lit ment sine that time have been abotit 7G.W0 men. OrKK S.m,, gallon f petro Iwmii according to the treasury bureau of stallaUes, are now pr .-deed annual ly In the world. Of tkii aant .V9,-ovQ.W-l are prodweed in the t'Hiled titates, umjmfiMi in UtuwU and the remainder among a doen eon n trie. J'iii: rtetnetoP r t large are work factories in New Yorl. threaten to osw a atiortage of Jlreworka, thtM depriving patriot an...

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 June 1899

Q h i I7RtAUBt 5 op ,v Clarehce Herbert flewf. Copyright. 1SSS, br J. B. Llpplncott Co. CHAPTER I. Stevens, Manila (via Hong- "Henry M KonR): "Business suspended. Cancel unshipped order. Draw l.arrlnnpa & Co. balance to date, J200. LANTINK & COMPANY." I remember us 1 It bnppcncd but yesterday tlio queer feeling which came over me when I read the forego ing cable. It had been an unusplly warm day for Mnrch, and I was trying to keep cool in the lounging-room of the European dub, on the river bank, it short distance from the city. My business in Manila was practically fin ished, and I was anticipating a few days of recreation before the Hong Kong steamer left, upon the following Tuesday, when the message was hand ed me by one of the native boys em ployed by the club. It was such a thorough surprise that for several moments I did not realize the position in which it placed me. I had been the eastern representative of I.antltie it Company for over twoycars, and, although my savin...

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 June 1899

.3hJffffTywiBiB!B?flWHwr.:lii'.3sa' swis . -,W.a II " fc 1 w li in IE 1U I' 1' :i MK '.I ; fa Iff It- $exver fgjeraM. 1'ISMSIJF.D KYKKY THURSDAY. OlHcial County Papor. N. F, HAVIts, MditoranJ I'rwprietur. 1"l' T J " Bnttrrd at rifSe t Heater O. T. s secund eUss mailer April 12. IftM. TERMS - - - $l Cs) run nun. .iiitrnmi.vi .itu utaJe known oo ap- ptlojlloil. A. T. & S. F. IVY CO, MKJtl.TliiKT.tirLr, rcn. 1, lnr. Kl lnwnd. Hlailons 'esi Imiinil (lit aj down. I,wi m Knjr!etre.l. la.rsaa. in .Aplvey (K-nrt tp.l .. 7H p. ra. .lt.11 p. in. ij, ra. . T.to. rn. . 4.V) . m. 1,1 J a. m. K 34p. m. I i i. m. t oi p. in. ! Uttl. in. I :.I'M'. m. ( Ji p. n I ft li.m 1 ' n.tt p. in. I 1'iniii. m. II. Hh in- i . m a. 31 p. in. I 9.13 a. in.) .. .Wnltane . Wlcfilla . .. NewUin .. Florence Kiaxi City ..Chicago The Hail K Koat nint Ibe latest Ira-riTc-t inipnirnt that l known, on IU ''aw mier Train. U Hilton n-krt-lil to nil polnti. and lit-- Ob-ck 1 1 iInllnalloD. rnr fKit-,rt a, tliualall. or ...

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 June 1899

yif ijC O-Tsl CoJ fi--t-Lu- Tlio Largest Cimilntlou of any Xcwtiinpci' In West ern Oklahoma. ntn o I.1)HST KLAIJOMA NEWSPflE'ER T?bym'wri'',HIJMIL'-'wwuJwjMii 'ffnww.m'WHiBtwijimiMi ian XL nm jUHwmwaarvaivmvi unuwm VOL. XIII. BEAV12R, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUiNE 29, 1899. NO. 7. " ' ' .Jrra SB lla1aWaWarWtWWaTWMW4TaWaatt VI I .y 5.lvVJn ; 5.7 rfciJ' .? r iv,7-Lriri'. A. B iKfita ne- jjr m HI U V CfSfc . XSWfebssOs '0i?AiAjWSJi vmS vaaaS7 fM uj rm v.3V'y;i;ss--5.v ""yfa ' fj uli eb.iMiCHsii J Yiy cj?r . . !. ViPSaJg?i3MSWSL- CD -. SKspsigfj'NK eea u arp"WfTrjTtyjyrj1?v , i ut n, W1, jyvvimWWJSJ" 'Kuuywix"a tiy-jnijrggy;v wivriyyvvi't vww. im-jr? 0 pyUii 1 11 Of JULlj Wjj THE FOUIl PEttCEXT. LIMIT. 1 ho r.miieo County Suit Hinted. Pan lire, .lunu 20. The Times Democrat of this city gives tic fol lowing interesting resume of a suit brought to deteruiiuo a county lia bility: "John D. DoHois, who has had a warrant, suit ponding againsc Pawnee county for the paBt ye...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 29 June 1899

Vc I H i'l' Ah $ no? Jf in s- 7 i K i. . VBEAYER HEPALD. N. F. DAVES, Publisher. HEAVER, OKLAHOMA THE WORLD AT LAJJGE. Summitry of tho Daily Nowa wasiiinoto.y mti:s. A tiihatv Injtween the I'nlted State nd Groat Britain, covering reciprocity villi tlic British West Indian colony of .lio Bnrbadoes, was signed nt Washlng Ain on the 10th. Tiik report of Brig. Gen. King, com Handing tho First brigade during the rnrly fighting at Manila, was made mblto by tho war department on the .Cth. Accokdixo to the plau of cx-Gpv. Herrlam, director of tho twelfth eon nis, for tho appointment of 2,000 dorks for the work of the main ofllce he apportionment from each statu 111 bo as follows: United Mates sen iors will have the appointment of ID 'lerks each; republican representatives light each and democratic representa tives two anil In some caes three each. Ahmv officers who were requested to mbmit to tho war department their ilews on tho army canteen have Iwen lending In their reports and nearly all...

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 June 1899

GLORIOUS FOUKjn; ITTL13 Ao!bert arose at four And crept down stairs to the big front door. And down tlicvvtilk to tho narde'n cnte, Anathcrehestart ed to celebrate. '(Vlth bursting cracker nnd roaring gun He waked tbe neighbors, every otic; He soared tho cat out of nil her scne, ind blew the slats off the picket fence, And came to brenkfast with one black eye, Vnd said: "Hoorny, for tho Fourth of Julj'l" ile ale with hurry nnd frantic haste, For never n minute had he to waste; Then out again to the fray he srrang nd turned things loose with n mighty "bang!" tie fizzed and spluttered and boomed and crashed, While dishes rattled nnd windows smashed, And when, all grimy and sore and lame. Torn and tousled, to lunch he came, Dn his swollen lips was the Joyous cry: Ain't I glad It's the Fourth of July!" Ml that day, till the twilight's cloe. The powder-smoke from the garden rose; Ml day long. In the heat nnd dust, kittle Adelbert "banged" and "bust," Till, Just as the shadows began to cr...

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 June 1899

WL'mwjiM aacrjj'je- -gjrmigUM L1 UKlaiU-iTUTC'. J rt XI WIW,'f Kjifiwi ,.m .' JLnjurj.wx,tggMafTfciefKjaim sgs&writtrar i IS X V ! I' ,i c- ill w s, Lnl i 1 b fi i I.-. .Fi' P n I cautfr Jficrald. l-i:iil.iriiKO hri:nv TlifiyUAV. Oflloie.1 County Paper. X. r, D.VVKiS liditir mil I roiirirtor. Billeted nt p.ouWte at lner ti. T. as jird aim timtler .Irril 1J, 158.". TERMS - - - rei Mi I'KU VU.VH. ASmttfTHl.tti IIATBS IWa-Je knewn Oil p- pIlMtlmi. A, T. & BJF. R'Y GO. l,ri.l.TIXKTMM.K, riCM. 1, IW. Vjwt tmnml. rMalrMM VrH b"H. flteldilMWii) (Hs-nd up.) I.Wn hi Rnfhni 7Jft'.w. low ii. in rptvetf . .. ..,. m. ; iii p. tn - ( 3.11 IMA. 1 3 y. M I f Sii in 1 ' 35 i. III. ( JMi ip.ru f, )l ISk m l Wl H.tll . 9 St II. III. I 9 IS a. III. ....Mahatta.. o.ma. m. .Wichita . . Newton. 7.. m. . i J9 a. III. .. l.lfia. m. : i p. hi. lii 1 1. in. lil jl. III. Kmi City .C'nlorige . Tim Hunt K Ilmt mi th lateat lm f.rovr.1 "(ilpiiieut that In kunw.t, on Us I'mc t ntr TruHu. ... ... C.iihoii 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. — 6 July 1899

y Tin Lnrgrsl Circulation " of iiny JSiMvspnnpr lnM'pst-' rrn Oliliilinntn. thi: ov LP EST KLAIIOMA &l$" '"ISF 2MltfcS& NEWSPAPER fisa-c? VOL. XIII. BEAVliR, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1899. NO. 8. .y The work of rucruitiug 10,000 men fjr service in the. Pliilippines lists le- gun J States. .it sevtiity station in the Unit- ) Out of 1200 men cnnipming tlio Twentieth Kansas Hcgimcnt, only ei"hteu are of foreign blood, and nuny more thitu half die the sons of fanners. It is generally believed in Europe (bat a compromise linn been effected between England and the Transvaal and that there will be no war be tween the two governments, Tlio Dreyfus tragedy in France is npproachitig an end. Dreyfus has been landed at Itennes, nnd his re trial will soon tako placi. To add to the wrongs perpetrated by the mili tury authorities on Dreyfus, they had tnade him believo that his wife was f jlso to his cause and had so poisoned hi' mind that he Wutild scarcely spca...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 6 July 1899

"TTl !.- I! i ifi 3 US 4l II t h If i II t1 BEAVER HERALD. N. F. DAVE9. Publisher. BEAVER. OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. A London physician announced thnt he had discovered n cure for lock jaw. MoitK tlmn 8,000 saloons, It Is Mild, hate been opened In Culm since the Spaniards moved out. Alt. tlie Australian colonics will join the federation the olllelal namo of which Is to be the Commonwealth of Australia. TllKSalvationnrinv generals estimate that there are , 000, 000 men In tho rnlteil Stales who want work and can not Ret It. TIK largest theater In the world, it was recently stated, will be built at Twenty third street and Third avenue, New York. TllK llrltlsh house of lords defeated the bill legalizing the election of wo men as councillors and aldermen. Tho ote stood lb! against the measure and OS In favor of it. .losKl'Jl It. Afu.li, president of the Man land state grange. Patrons of Husbandly, In his testimony before the industrial commission at Washing ton the other day, said that ...

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 July 1899

mxemmv 7Viii ; XI r CLARENCE I HERBERT NEW. lCorytlht. i8r. by J n llpplncott Co .' CDAPTKK II. Continued. "Well, the Ynp people are the only ones who would really kick. Kven they would stand five or six dajs all right ns far ns leaving for Mr.nlln troes. But If vvc happen to lime any sea-sick pns eengers, they'll ncv er forgive the extra dnj s of unpleasantness as long ns they live; and I don't remember whether any of them are going to Tomll or not 'There's but one for Yap thncura -thayoongest of tha tw a padres." "And one padre fa fifty times worse to deal with than the ordinary pas senger; the chnnces are that he can turn the whole machinery of go em inent against n fellow If he chooses." "Ay, thlt's verrn true. Hut ef je've tha padre's eenfiucnce w 1' j c, It's quite nnlther mntter. Aa've a thocht In ma bald thit je may arrange it vvi' these twn." "Let's liavc It, Mac. That's what we want to get at." "Weel, thn oold padre's a verrn cen fientinl mon. Aa'm toold thit he's too be 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. — 6 July 1899

if ii H D ' sf cnvev JjjfcraM. i'i;iiMsmm i:vi:iiy tiii'hsd.w. Cnleial County Paper. X. I', DAVII", lJltiriBt Itojiri'li.T Kiitered l pH-iiilHep il llfnti-r tl. T. u (pound class miller April 1 i. JM1.V TL'ttM.S - - "- ITI l'EIS YEAlt thvi iitisino r.vris iiia'lc known on ap plication. A. T, & SJ;. R'Y CO. IfK'U, TilKTUI.K,M . I. !' ) ,ixl ImxiihI. llt.'rt'l iImuii 1 I inn in.. . Ill .Mil. III. . . - lain, in. I sin inn .HiiKtftwPixl ...l'hry . .. ..illllVRlH. . ....Wteliltn . . .. Xewtnn . . I'liirrnrw ICnnnHM'lly .(..'lllCMKU . 1I l-HOI'l lfMt Hl .I2.!ttp. in. SM it. in. . T."0 n. m. . .. .V) n. III. 4. IS a. in. II JO )l. III. 1 iS p. Il. ' 1)01 p. 111. S.I 1 1', m. . ill,!. In I ,s .1 1 i in I ') '.'i . in. I 1l III II, III. ( II t. I.I.. II .III II. Ml. 11 Up. III. I P lln in. Tin! Hanta V" ltoitt riinii Hi" Intesl lin-r-vit v.-iiiniif4iL that l kiionn, on its l'u- ner I'talns. .... , ,. Liutnili llckti M I'inll points, nnd Its-ciii?.- Uln-cVt 1 1 ilesllnath n. -or root's, ...

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 July 1899

W- 7 v c l- .' r 1 1 Tim T.nu.1 nl...l.l I -sakt; ill, HIIIVJI. lyllCIIIIIIIUIl I ofniir NrWspaner In West- crn Oklahdma. rem: ot LI) EST KhAlIOMA U c MEWSPAPEft MtiimiuiMiMwimnmiiiMuuaiim VOL. XIII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1399. NO. 9. C0MM1S310XKKS l'KOcjEEI.lSOS. Jlcavar, Okllioma, July 3, 1899. The '.board of county cotninisaionors of Heaver county, Oklahoma Territory, tact in regular session at the office of tlic county clerk of said county on Monday, July 3, 1899, at 8 oclock . in , that being tho time and place filed by law for holding eaid station. Present, Dunlap and Steele; absent, McCord. Dunlap to tlio clmir. G'juies now V. B. Rhodes, and under oath complaiiii that he lius been doubly assessed on 22 bulls, the some being as rcpied in Garland and Eluiwood town ships for tho year 1898. Claud Blanchard, being duly sworn, on oath corroborates the affidavit of complainant, and tho board having ex amined the records and considered the evid...

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 July 1899

MJHI llfl llj t If if u il ? Hi BEAVER HERALD. N. P. DAVES, Publisher. BEAVER, OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. TliK great Standard Oil trust in said to bo reaching after tho street rnllwny lines in a number of western cities. This year's production of beet sugiu in the. United .States is estimated at 122,000 tons from H t, 100 acres, n four fold increase in one year. Tiik grocers of I'nlniul, Franco und the United States are to have a eon ferenco at tliu l'aris exposition one year hence to discuss topics of mutual interest. Sl.V'CK tho announcement that about 10,000 volunteers were to bo mustered into tho army for service In the I'lillip pines the president has been deluged With applications for commissions. Onr.ootf nnd Washington houes which used to bring 81.50 and 82 a head for horse meat, are now bringing SIB each. There is a demand for heavy worlc horses and also or horses for thu cavalry servleo which has brought the price up. Tiik peanut trust, which has been in cubating for soino ...

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 July 1899

cTvr&h ii Tjiii tuji32 1 q?I?r5" $$l - i CLARENCB lir.RnCKT NEW. Conrlttit. tfT. by J D Llrrlacotl Co gSg8& , ciiAiTjnn iv. ; Senotltn Palacios asked me nt treakfnst if I could piny accompani ments on the plnno, explaining that the had brought a number of songs and wished to try them. This seemed n favorable opportunity for putting jcy plan Into execution, so we two made a forenoon of it, much to Hal .stead's disgust, for he was more than c little interested in the senorlta him tclf. After lunch v e had our chairs taken to n secluded comer of the after deck, under the awning, and when our ac quaintance had reached a sufficiently confidential point friendships ripen very rapidly in the tropics, particular ly at sea I told her of the costume af fair, showing her the photograph as I did so. She was immediately inter ested and sympathetic. Hut presently her mnnner changed n little. She asked me, curiously, If I were very fond of Senorlta Dorotea. "Fond of her!" I exclaimed, in s...

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 July 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. — 20 July 1899

H ,: The LnrjfMt Circulation TIM! of any Xerrfpajior In West- o IiDKRT KLAJIOMA' NEWSPAPER V eru Oklahoma. VOL. XIII. B1IAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1899. NO. 10. P3 "HISTORY: ITS KDUCATI03AI, AXI) I'tACTH.'AL VALUES." l'ror. II. E. riiowiistm ut'llvors nn Able Adrfrf m t the Presbyterian Church Monday Trof II. E. Thompion delivered an address at the l'tcshjtetian church Monday evening to a Urgo'aud ap preciative audience, tho aubject of hi address being, "History: Its Practical and Educational Values." The speaker began his aildreis by picturing a strong, healthy boy just beginning to reason, to understand bis privileges. The boy is anxious to become u king among mon, intel lectually. He is not satisfied with the pleasures of tho present, tbouRQ ther arc profuse Ho would solvo a mystery by learning secrets of the past. Not timidly but boldly he comes demanding the removal of tho draperies separating past and prosent trnd impatiently puts them aside. ...

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