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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 August 1899

4 V l. rv S r 1 '. 1 t Si V.if ! i V K W V BEAVER HERALD. MtVYBA N. r. DAVE8. PublUhar. OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. I Am 18-yenr-old girl, nnmed Lney Havens, who lives In Laporlo enmity. lnd., weighs 600 pound. THR total number of yellow fever case In llnvnun thin year Is M. of which 18 proved Intnl. Thin In considered n remarkable rccortT, Tine bonrd 6f hcnlth nt Altoonn, Pn., linn ordered nil cats, dogs and put animals to lie killed becnusi) thuy nro suspectcdof spreading smnllpox In that city. , Witiiin thn Ixmlcrs of Oklnhomn ter ritory thero Ia not n single NiorhoiiM!, It Is'stnled. There lire no pnupers In Oklnhomn. no thnt the terrltorlnl legis latures have hnd no ocenslon to uuiltc provision for thin class tif unfortu nate. A IIostox electrician lint, mmle tint prediction thnt within seven years glass will be the limterlnl emplo.V4'd In making nil underground pipes, lie says thnt In thnt time eleelrolytle m tlon on Iron piping will lime proved so Injurious ns to neccssllntc t ...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 August 1899

V Y-'.-T. t .'. biniii;suRE , of . -&2Fi &K A WSSE&&Eff laaitKiai .-hftf i-.. m &?m CLARfiNCn IWRnDRT NOW. fCopytljhl, itgr, by J, n. Urptneott Col CIIAl'TUIl IX.-Conllnueil. Ascending to I ho Imiigo chiunbrr, hiy hand trembled no tltnt 1 couldn't hold the, light stonily! nml this rr ratio Illumination giuc tlio figures n Rhnstl" nppenrniico of life. I wns hnstlly crossing townrd the narrow entrance which led to the cloisters, when the murmur of u roice In the chancel on the other fide of the wall inndo tne shut off the current in my lamp and gnsn for breath. In an In tant I wns In dnrltnrss to thick 1 could feel It, though n very faint re flection from' the waning moon made a sort of grayncftn tip where the win dows were) but, looking toward the chancel wall, I noticed a faint luml nousnes in one particular spot, and it wai from thin quarter that the voice seemed to come. It took but a moment to figure out that thin upot tniiKt be approximately In tho rear of th...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 24 August 1899

4? Or ,.; ?r fl'SW"r,iy -s-tr-ir-v 1 Mr. " fmH ' V4T V5' OMV' l . WU '.II, V" )s f & K rtIII.HIIKIl r.VMV Tlll'IIMDAV. Official County l'apor. N. P, rtAVrM, Piiltir wiJ Proprietor. ftnlrie.l ii( piisinllire h1 Heaver 0. T. o seiMiid class miller April IV. ItttK'i. rh'inM - - '- - "i oo nut vi:aii AUtlHTIIISO llATI.S Iliad kuoKII Oil lip- plk-sltui. A. T. & fcF. IVY CO. i.uiwL'fiMKT.Wii.r, rr.ii. i, ts:r. Easl lioniiil. Hlsilnna Veal bound Mulches Mini excresenccs, whluh ho often annoy pcopls. urn simply iiTnrln o nature in throw olf Impediments to dm proper pciliirmui.ro nf lin duties IlEttltlNK will niil nml assist tmtiiro in her work, uud Itituro n skin clem- nml beautiful, free from nil Imperfections. PlICO flU Cl'lltS. WMMMMUmMmtfi ROVAL AmsQLViEKY taunt? Baking Powder AtSQLVlLLY'PvitE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome I Id-act itnwu.) I.Ola in. 10:H. I. S.UiB. in. I -MM'. m i ' si.snp. hi l ii. i s..tin,ni. f .2.1 l. III. ( 10 II I i. III. J II. lip III.. h :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. — 31 August 1899

Mr .vj-i . -; ir - a 'f 'jStyV";? m- V .-l CV ..A f The LAfsent Circulation I of nnr NewApaiwr In West era Oklahoma. BEAVER ata?aaaSL HERALD 4 NU4i. inainiij. TUB ''. llfij TMi n n i iii i'j lawaT' . . - k II Oklahoma NEWSPAPER W fl !., i 1. .win-w S3W. f r. p v. ' t' Vy f- -wJL h" ji v " VOL. XIII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3!, 899. mstttnt rira for Unllj CUno CUnkers .v:ng .occaniuuy reamed the W. J.. 0r.vc. returned to tho Chain tmterl.si lempuUioss to address iMonJijr whew ,,e h WOfor poklio aaienblasei while on lili va atioo, the president wan finally en trapped into speech br the oitraordi ary entbutiasm which his presence evoked at the Cathoh's Summer Hehool of America at dirt Haven ear Lake Chamblain. To stand apsecbloss in the prcionce of 4,000 obeuring students, after a cordial and eulogistic address of wel come from tho preeident of tho school was too much to expect even front this csutious and well posted Ameri ca, who has givnn tho publ...

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. — 31 August 1899

sf? ,: 1 i' ' if- At i ' i a. H ftJ A 4 1 rcL.. .1 ." V I?- VK 1 ft :1 i, i !' R"t Cty I. ''(,: !. I L' Ijrfk.1 fo ' ''. !.". (l .!" BEAVER HERALD. N. r. DAVES, Publlehar. M-TXK, OKLAHOMA I CURRENT COMMENT. Tins leglslnttvo council of Western Australia linn paMctl n mil enfranchis ing women. Til late cx-Judgo Pcndcrgasl, of Chicago, accumulated In nine years practico of thclawoTcr S00O.00O. Tiik war with Hpnln has thus far brought a total of ln.uos claims of which number only about BOO bavo been allowed. A ourmt of Col. Ingersoll once asked tho cost of a net of Voltaire In his li brary. "It cost mc the governorship of Illinois!" replied Ingersoll. RieroitTA from southwest Itussla said the recent drought In that portion of the country had caused the utter loss of the winter and spring wheat crop. A Havana paper said that the "union of the Latin races of the American con tinent Is neecssary la order to counter poise tho growing power of tho United States." OHl.v 11 per cent, of the co...

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. — 31 August 1899

L, i C-ARENCnHnRBCRT NBW. Copyright. it, by J, D. Urelncott Co. CIIAPTEIl XContlnued. The rock uiuit have been at leant IS feet lilijher than the surrounding ledge, for I could nee the nun through the water overhead. It wot longest from east to weat, and In the middle wns a small projection at high aa my shoulders. It was thli which aent a ahlvcrlng conviction through me that I hnd found the wreck at lait, and I cngerly searched for another projec tion at the westerly end. After tak ing nboul 20 atcp I found It, or rath er 1 found n s-inull lump of rock where It ehould hnvo been; nnd this settled my last doubt. My first Impression, that the forcmaatlind broken off short er thnn the main, was accounted for by the fnct that the whole westerly end of tho mound ivm two or three feet higher tlinn the middle. Walking east, to the other cud, I found It several feet lower yet; so our theory ns to the drift of the coral fragments had been absolutely correct. It now remained but to ascertain ...

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. — 31 August 1899

; i '... f -i" F! l. S 1 r vf"T' f "-f" v 4 . r-1 L ti I !! c "1 t i j ,' I'', i Itf r I- PURI.HIIKD KVKIIY THURSDAY. Official County Papor. 21. t UAVKS, Kdltor and rTopri-tor. ... . - Entered at postotlee M Uravsr 0. T. aa eeesnd etas wmur April 1?. IBM. TEKM8 .-- - 11.00 PKH YEAR jDvawueiso etu made kosen on ep. tdloatlosi. A. T. A 8. F. RY 00. t.ot'tt.'ristaTtaii.rr.n. I, lsw. . hound. HlS'loilS '! bound. Heed down) i.noam Kngteweod lS.3eit.iii plvey lHn.ni. I ...... .... ,.JIUI 1IV !.Mn.ti).f t.lth.m I 1.Mp.m I s.tip.m OS p. in. J llnip. m.l II. Up in s .m a. m o.ap. m. I fl.ue.m.f (limit a p.) . ;, p. ra. .its; p.m. i :tt a. 111. .Wichita Newton . Klonnrn Ksn.e I'lty 7 :iO ft. m. . .1 yi a. in. 4.I.. . ni. f i i. n is p. in. no I p. III. Chicago Thn Hants V" UixW- run hn Isteat lm t -ivd .ipiiuiueul that Is known, an lis rw "Jnin Flrkote M l'i "II points, and tlw tM Cbekd V rirallnell. II 7nt rmil.Tt e, lliuu tablet, w mr other nrrtaitlin. lrly ! Mio uin'f raUncd. nr to W.J. We...

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. — 7 September 1899

1 (47WTO .'' vrvt" iT- V . 'tii U '&; -J" .&. V i i i Ml d I li 13. The Largest ClrculalloH of nay Newspaper InlYcst orn Oklahoma. 8EAVER aTrt J&mmm .mmmmmmmmmm. essi HERALD. TUB at baii f llilJ'jKll. vKL AHOMA NEWSPAPER 1' ' T&$:' k 7? Atrg'nr : iM 9j VOL. XIII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899. NO. 17.- M Af.i 'aw it 4 '' ' ;" 1 .? L J ". V. FAVORABLE FOR DREYFUS. The Tide 8nlt to no Turning. llennes, Sept, a. Elation !i the only word that expresses tho toolings of tb i Orojfmardt after today's pto coc(lln The tide hits turned at last, they say, and Dreyfus cannot bo coudomned after tho ovtdoncc given this morning TKc spirits ot I be Dreydttards ore quite mercurious. Kvcry day sinco tlio opening of tba mat has seen them riso or fall. Recently they bavo been falling heavily, tho closo of tho morn ing sessions generally finding them in anxious conversation, accompanied by ominous shaking of their lioads. To-days buojuncy, therefo...

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. — 7 September 1899

f l '?-jf 'Tfin" i-f. a 0 ;.-. ! I .' - Ah'1 --- f . BEAVER HERALD, M, F. DAVB. PuMMMr. ?, OKLAHOMA (a at CURRENT COMMENT. In tat of Nebraska lint, Invented tl.9M.oeo 1b voting machine. HoUTM ArHlt'A In exporting newly tallied gold to the extent of 5-l.00O.0tt a week. 444AAtHbiitJ.4.4y SEPTEMBER 1899. Ojb chnrcli In Hawaii baa raised 810,- eoo for missionary work In the l'hlll pine. L'HAKLta WMMunnuiiu, h prominent farmer of Toto. Inil., has been di vorced from til, wife eight Hunt Last week they were, married for tliti ninth time and have agreed not to separate only when death doth part. ISookkii T. WAsiiiximix. who made a careful study of foreign social condl tlona during his recent trip nhroad. y that the negroes of tliu south are, except o far na mob are concerned. In a better condition than tin nir tit r ranee. Mb. Miiivkii, who llvi-s In southern Oeorgla, ought to hare n place In the world'a hUtory. Hliu has had no fewer than 310 descendants, 'JXmt whom are still living. Thli ...

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. — 7 September 1899

5 .' r;; !'' W Wtliu ") CLARBNCO HERBERT NflW. (Copytltht, It-, by J. II. llpplocot! Co. CIIAITKII XT.-Contlnurd. A return to Point Orote, togi't my fcenrlnRs, would Jitm- cost n mtl hour entl n linlf; no I determined to trust tlic chnrt, which vim Inlil out on n kctilc of three alxty-fourtli of mi Inch to the mile, nnil ntnke n ntrnlfrht run from Tnrofofo. Kmmlnu; nH I now did thr exnel position of thr reef, It wns n aim pie tnntter to flffiirc the dlstnnec ex. nelly 10 mile, south-southwest quar ter vest anil steer uccoitllnuly. My cnleulntlons proved correct, the Icniltoiichlnguottouiatnhauthnlf-imst eleven. Willi my former ilnnu;eriu expcrlenco In mind, 1 determined to locate the wrsck, If possible, liefort'Ko iitir down, nnd steered directly nltinn; the precipitous fnee of the ihonl with n linn frrlp on the soundlnu;-llne. which told the Instnnl tlmt we cd;ed olT over deep wnle.r. Proceeding In thin wny, the lend wns pretty suro to strike the wreck nnd dr:i when we cniiie to It...

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. — 7 September 1899

V '. S5 'W & j3 IMP , J -si c u Jo Wii '" ' m th ,",. is r. r IV r dtfa t MOTanwiOnmt 6 fr fc I'i golfer JjfcraM. I'UltLlrtllKU r.YKUV THURSDAY. Ofllolal County Paper. N. V, HAVKH, Mllnp unit I'roprlMnr. I'ulrrril nl fitrtieflict ai Heater 0. T. aa aennJ clai miller April I'.'. ltlltt. rtitM.i - - T . fKxirr.ii vi:ar AinkiiTliDio waits ma Is known eu op- flllctll-lll. . " A, T. & & P, R'Y CO, I.OC.U.TIUtTlhLl.rUI. I, Ir'rl. ftftlt tiifcilid. HISllous Vsl bound. 'frta,3d'ffll ) The probate court cpcaed Moods?. There were onb three cae lo be cou sirred. These were warrant aci and were oonllt.urd till (he next aesislon ou (lit 17ih Inn. i rio mou Uflici ciiiiiltitii.in can safely ua llAi,i,Aiil)rt llonr.uot'Ni) Svrtlii', It U a cure and pleasant rem etly lor roughs, loss of voice, and ill throat nd lung trouble, Prico 1'5 and f0 cent. t.i' m. I'i.'iii. in, , s.iwtt. in, ( j,4ii, ra.r v.iip.in i..ii ii.ia. I s.tlp.iu.f lliMp.in. ) 11.1.1 kii V. tt b. III, I III, I '. p. . tt...

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. — 14 September 1899

fM ffjm )h ( ?' i"i ' ' u j- rv. Tlio Largest Circulation fatty Neivpnpr In West ern Oklahoma. s j i t !y.yT, BEAVER ifcCwr i ii H HERALD. mfcft BE t mnBHr ' ft1'. 'JtHMHffiK ljMjIlO J if - '. VaWPfll i . -. 1, . tit ' ... ' aErWr-. , -z .. . v. t r t ' r ' ji 'I H 'T5 fV Olffifife Jl I I W-St iOMA NEWSPAPER ,: ,r ! '. ;.! f" M '' W VOL. XIII. BEAVER, BEAVEli COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Mt 1899. NQ. 18. A1: ...J. ...A f . as.'vi J THE REUNION Visitors Warnlly eoolvod by Boavw roopio KXEC1HES Of HSUHDAiriXTlIttKHT fanny Kxpresslon or Jor mid lallion In Words and Music Tbo Southwestern Veterans, Aa Rociatlou commenced (is sixth aominl JlcMiulou at Ileum yesterday under propitious circumstances. The ram of lust week had cooled the ntmns libera and tho veotliT was decidedly pleasant. A very lifjbt rain full this morning but the Indication tiro not 1 breaming I'lusidchi Thompson and other members of tbo association bud devoutly devoted their uttculiou l pettinir thing...

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. — 14 September 1899

iWT J V r ;r i. ( W" v V rfti ll BEAVER HERALD. N. F. DAVKS, PublUhar. BBAVKR, OKLAHOMA CUrWENT COMMENT. TK finest country home In America (a that owned hy lleorgn W. Vaiidcr bllt, two miles ensl of Ashvllle. N. I . and cost 83,000,000. A FmtNCH professor In until to In th" owner of a collection of two heads, representing tint vuilous known nice of people on tin glulic. In spltoof tin) DrcyfuslifYiilr nnd tho strong nntl-Hciiilllo agitation In Franco the French nrmy hnw about itiH) Jewish officers, among tliciu brigadier gcitei als nnd own generals of divisions. On of the features of tint Pnrls ex position next year will ho the Interim tlonal home alio w, which will hiiopcncil on September 3 nnd Inst more tliim n week. Tho money to lie distributed ntnong the print winners Is 8IIU.UUU. MAIICIII.XU convicts In lockstcp has Iwcn abolished nt the Michigan City, Ind., penitentiary. It wns iiccounteil( a brutalizing and needles measure Unit, had lu-cn outgrown, mid Hn nholltlunl wan broug...

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. — 14 September 1899

T$fc?i&!mW&&'-' 3jtf -J. 7 W & f' or. 1'1 OZYMANDIAa. wi! ,riiV.'l.tt.from "n nlnu land, Who saldi "Two vast and trunlilni legs ofaton Stand In th daer(. Near them, on th sanu, Half-sunk:, a shattered vlssre fH, whose , frown, And wrinkled lip, and ncr of cold com mnnd, Tll that III iculptor well thoia passions read "Which yet survive, stamped on these life less Ihlnfc. The hand thai mocked them and the heart that rtd; And on the pedestal these word appear) My name li Oxymnndlna. klna of kings: Iokon my works, we mlKhly.nnd despair!' Nothing, beside remains. Hound the d.. cny Of that colossal wreck. boundless and hare Tha lone(und level aand atretch tar -Percy U)slie Shelley. In Alnalee'a. IT r "Ll rn -sem m&& & CLARKNCI! HnRIWKT NOW. (Cor-) right, 1B4 by J U. Llpplncott Co ClfA1TKIl XI t. ScluiMlniio looked like n wreck when lie nppetirt'tl tlmt inornltitf. He nc-i-otinte.l for this upon the frroiintl of Illness to wliluli lie wns oci-nslonnlly Mtbjeet, ...

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. — 14 September 1899

fS2Z2a23 v-y .. - Iff ' J Bar ' X' ;i k ,J m7 ," t ' V ' 4 Kv fc k; ' to '1 v -f ij ft. IP assayf. ,(". HMKWflWT If'iTiWf ,lP7tTT" '5$ tavr JjjeraM. itltMIIKI I.Vi:itV TIIURHHAY. -&wzx? - tscstr-...e,vt.',crc Offlcinl County Pnpor. N. K, nAVr.. Kdltur mikI I rojrlrtir. li Kiiti-ied ill pusiollica nl Hcr 0. T. a srsond clssi mailer April I". W. MUMS - - - - eiWII'KR YIJAH aiuchtuixu nAtM made known on plication. A, T. & tlf. R'T CO. i,oPAi.TlKTiil.r,ri:n. t. W. to.. i i,..i. Hit linn vm' n (Nuailtl'inrii.) I.tsit m. ... 1ii,:)n, in, . .. l.oip. in. I tl.riiMii.t" .i1l'. m I H ii p.m. ( " Ml p. hi. i 1'Hllp. in. j " ll.l'p in. ii ,i h.iii , H.ajp. m.i V.I? n. in. t ,,1'iiitlpwpn.l ....spl.v ....Mitlvaun . .Wlrliltit Ni'Wln'i ...I'liin n Kunnisl'lty ..(.'llll'IIRll (llcml up,) . 1,-t p. Mi. .U.:n i h m ii, in. rui. in, . .1 M n. iii l.l.'in. in. V VI p. Ill P'SHp. III. DIM p, III, Tilt Kanta V- limit" rim inn latest lm r rliiiiiiiiii'iil Hint I Uu.twn.on lit I'"- "ifniifM lYe'k...

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. — 21 September 1899

m itrK & fai f-. m Al ft-, V Tim targrnt llmilntlon of miy NnunpAiirr In West rrn Oklahoma. BEAVER f&AlmmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWm) Jmf9tWiMmmmwk9' aflaltCf?'v!afi HERALD. j?vy y f laix.-y t ii r any " si ' y TUB OKLAHOMA NEWSPAPER JW.tV- tta"' t. f? vaX. !.,. TPi- "V ' . ", v. i-'V , :.TS gtfvTjyr .. ' IfcttK ftfi . & ' toStfL .Tr ' . rv Tvf C " , . u i U . VOL. XIII. HEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. NO. .9.. jf r.. -. THE RKUNIOX; The lteuuion list week of the South weitaro Veterans' imoeiatlon, of which gathering mention urn mide in lh Herald n week ago, win well attended, notwithstanding that there wns n circus ftt both Mcado nnd Libtiral during tho mooting. The clouds which were threatening Thurii. day morning rolled away ond uircutn tancoi coniplred to tl c enjoyment of tho occtaion. From beginning to cloJolhu meet ing was charactcrr.ed bt un onthusl aotio spirit. Tlicro war a ucncral feeling of good will. Nothing oc 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. — 21 September 1899

&.Jj fi" V'lfr f 'A""'i wj - - .. -M Tnpi t.. 7 .. v ? Uii i I i 1, O BEAVER HERALD. N. P. DAVES, Publisher. BEAVKK, OKLAHOMA i i i ii RMr:le4rjr4-444.44r SEPTEMBER 1899. Cm. 10 J7 24 Mvni 4 n ,8 25 Til. n 26 Wid 6 ii 20 27 Thw. il 2i 28 Ffl. 8 11 22 29 Sit. ?,! i: 16: 231- 30 1 IJR CHARGES CORRUPTION. PfWfmFtVTTT4 CURRENT COMMENT. Mrs, at least nn to numbers, do not ti'ctu to bu linortnnL fnctors in tliu school of Massachusetts, for lust year thcro wcro 11,72.'! women teaching In tho public school of tint stoto, nml tint 1,1'JOmcn. AllllAKOKMKNTB lire being perfected for tho great reception in Washington city of Admiral Dewey. (Ion. Miles linn consented to lo ffrnml marshal ami load tho parado to be given In honor of tho hero of Mnnlla. Dividends paid by the Transvaal gold mines In 181H) nmoiinU'd to 87,4.0, 000. In 1M7 tho nggrcgato wnaSI.V 600,000 and last year reached 8JI.I50, 000. Tho richest known gold mines in tho world aro I u vol veil In the. Hour question. , Ih tho who...

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. — 21 September 1899

Ik '. A NECKLX'OE OF LOVE. "No ruble of reflTor my Itily No Jewl Hint rIIi trra ana charms, Hut ths llglit et Iho skits In llttls one's tyc Ami neoklnce of two little arm. 'Of two lfttto arms that are clinging (Oh. ne'f r nm a necklace like thlit) And the wealth o' the world and love't tweetnea Impearled In the floy of n Utile one'a ktss. A nrcktnca of love for my lady That wan linked by the anictt abore. No other but thU and th tender, aweet ktes That tetleth a little ore's love. Frank U. Htsnton, In '.aitles' Home Jour nal. l&lJPEOf . CLARBNCH MI'.MIt'ltT NEW. 'Corilgnt. 107. by J D. Llrflncott Co CHArTETl 7CII. Continued. "I i $ f:,$ 1 , m " t "Obi I begin to en tch the idea. I'ack 'the treasure Inside of tbem at night and let it lie In those InnuccnHooklnp copra bnjrs until you come back, eh? lly Joc, old oil up, that beata my chont-linuntrd fissure all hollow. We'll, call that sr.ttlrtl. I Ruess we've covered cvcrytbliiR likely to come up before you pet bnck. Now, what day ...

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. — 21 September 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. — 28 September 1899

TW PTTI vwwsjff 4 Js j1" JTJS 1 t -w l! $v Tho Large. Circulation of Mir Newspaper Ih Writ- em Oklahoma. J iSU- BEAVER HERALD. ,TIIK rFJ)KKT ;K1. A II OAM NEWSPAPER '" LS VOI-XIII. BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1899. THE HEUMIOX. MlnMlesarikoHccrrUry unit rrorecd lisfra In Full. llKAVKB, UK., Hcpt. 13, 1S0D. The Suntliwestrni Veteran Aasucia linB met in hi sixlli anuuat rouoion. l'ruideat J. V. Thompson called lie meeting to ordrr in duo Torn, and (he following program was rendered: Music-Bearer Cornet Hand. "Rally Hound the fla-Choir. Prater bj Chaplaio Hsgsley. MtIo by 8utithHitclilo drua carpi. Addrew of welcome Dr c Ualliagrr. Response, by 11. M. Painter or Lakc laor, K.nsas. Solo and rhnrui "We were com- I rides together." Uecitation "Shamus O'Uricn." R. W Origga. St-lu "My Father wan a Sailor on the .Maine." Dot Ilerron. Solo by Captain M'HI. Addrew by Captain Woodman of laoh'ic, Kansa'. Hone "Marching Through Georgia." Address Mrs. Woodman...

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