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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 February 1900

aUa .- irv- 'M:' ir fi. P ii ii' ' ? , t L ? 4 i'y fcV ;c '. P' - )-,' i ' " ' . . : !l ' . '' ;r herald. rr. DAVM. Pulrti.ri.r. OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. ' Kew York, New Jersey and rem ylvanla are the otdy atatca In the union thnt pay their governor nn an nual aalary of $10,000. Oregon an Maine pay only $1,500 a year. On erery working tlay in the United States lout yenr an average, of 305 new railway cam won completed, and yet there was mora trouble from car f lim ine thnn In any preceding 13 months. ItoRwell Ilcardfdcy linn been post tnn liter at North Lansing, N, V., for 72 consecutive yearn. Ho whh ap pointed by President John Qtilncy Adams In 1828. Mr. IJeurdsley la 01 years old. Mls Maude Knrle l spoken of In .England ns tlm successor to liana Jlonheur, filie Ik said to be one of the greatest living pointer of nnlmul life, if not ttic grcatcHt, Vogt uro her particular peclnUy. A commlttco of Mormons la select ing the auu.OOO iierea of bind for which It him arranged with Wyomin...

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 February 1900

; 1 !-, .... v -S-. : tnnnnnnnntss i. .--' 4 r t 3 n i u '' ICenvrlght, ilot, by U. Aftleten ft Co. All right! mtrveJ.) cnAjTEit xxni.-co.fTinuEu. A we sat down lo breakfast, tlioclicvnllcr i)lalneil that ho hud mndo a further search for the tetter, but in vain, "I ouht to havo told you," I said, "I bar found It." "Where?" ln the garden In shrctlssml tatters." He became suddenly very nilent, and so we finished our meal. All that day I rest ed, more for tlio horses' .ilce than my own, nd be aure I did not fail to make fre quent inquiry of Angioln'a condition, hear ing each Umo alio was better, nnil would certainly see mo on the morrow, Whilst I lay resting, my mind waa active. I caat up the time 1 had left nt my disposal. 1 till had four clear dnya to carry out my mission, and to make my plan to intercept liozartlo. It-it after my drparturo in l'c ruxia I had need for extra care, nnd could net afford lo throw away nn hour of the four da) a tli it were left to me. There were many poin...

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 February 1900

1, ' Hty r,A-tr iSJtSF. , .."T.-ait.t in ?t"ww.v, .? t,'-v '..: - 'y".W 1 ( A ' r r'jMfiJwjmuT ITAJS133K9fb!M R-AwvnMmnvt w v . r!5ltr:tMr?ir I V V t l i JraM. onicial fccunty l'npor. A 1'ltam RVRKIX1 "I'W KHTII - Hill AI.MOM). wnwmiryiwiijwy jwianwwwigiiiwCTftBniftgCTCTr ' '- tm.'ji,jimm,immimv,m,mt I'L'ltl.Hlll.ll lAl.in' TIII.'llll.V. ' V -SNi-W ' Wl I II lilt US TIM', AlTLIt'.UlllN. Vn Itiltiiliiniiiw In I'livi it limit n mnl (ulmi ... It.uiil t.r t-iiuiily I '''iiiHnn.niM.I M'1 .M"ry Dium-i ritmiilliiiicM. mmiil ill il.l iiir itiiil Mr, 1'i-ny U'.j Ivi'iili ill A 1 1 1 u i 1 1 , ICiin why in: im not tvi i:nn:w:. ilass iU pllvf I, ,i. ,,. I. ,il ... . it ii ... A Ml1 HIH'MliU AIM III! Ill'M I Hit , llailgd Inline. llll A Intel's I III- Her.. Ill .i 4,'l'ltlf'Nlll. t'ntili ImllM! Ill n,,it.r mi ."hi ml i, iMnrelt .I, ul 'J n'einil. p, in, I In- i.lj t wj&s&zsszzssssnMibVJM to III llll IIIIIHr III l.l't llfl'lf till) MlllTA "'"" '" IVIMfB!-, IIII.U- pllltf ' 1'IMIHi illlll...

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. — 1 March 1900

l- . lW. - j t m f ..im k fc' 2Cf . rJ. ,' - V ' ' tit I' K 4 fc. Tho Largest Circulation of any Rcwipaprr In West ern Oklahoma. BEAVER Gfl wk ISffiBI M ki wE 930 cfiP' BS nir. . t A i.v vJklaijoai A new c fa r r n .. V ,. Vn JV I VOL. XIII. "J IWIHJ'IMIII wtjsiWrsWH ! BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH i, 1900. NO. 43. Ii the Diploma nn Iticvnllre to Contln ucd Study! Tbo Territorial Bowd of Educa tion, when it established the Kradu" ation system for common schools, litld that a principal advantuff of a diploma was its usefulness as an in centive to further study. H was thought that the pupils who viijovud the privilege of gradunMnjt from the common schonl and of carrying away a diploma to show their attainments unntd be encouraged thon-hy to con tinue their studies in schools of n higher grade. Tbat this end however c hcrisbtd it may up, has not been nt tuined to a greater extent with the dip'oma than should havo been nt taincd without it, seems apparent to...

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. — 1 March 1900

44 lYER herald. M ' IAVXR, M. r. DAVK8. Publisher. OKLAHOMA CURRENT COMMENT. flor. Icnry, of (luain, linn placed ft nrlff of $4 n gallon on whlr.ky nnil ten ccntH ft qunrt oil lctT. l'nlntlnpi ami ritatloncry aro admitted free of duty. On crcry working lny In the United Ktntes Inst yenr nn average of 395 new railway cars was completed, nnd yet there wna moro trouble from enr fain Inca thnn In any preceding 13 intuitu Koswell Ilcardsley linn been pout master at North Ionising, N. "i"., for 73 copxccuthc yearn. He wits np pointed by 1'rcnldeiit John Qulitey Adams In 1623. Mr. llenrdslcy Ik 01 years old. The fttory Is told of Hubert Lincoln that when ho wax making out IiIh first bill as a lawyer for ncrtlcrs ren dered u corporation, hid preceptor 'happened In nnd striking out the $50 charged, chnnged It to $."ll(). Scotch dltorces are rapidly litercns Ing In number. During the last ,ear the court of fcskIoii has dlxHohcil l.'i marrlagrfl, ns compared with ins In 1899, and the nuniiiil ...

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. — 1 March 1900

' V I (I ." 'W t ,. i Barstaelss ni Ocean Cables. Tnereccnl Inv lUtsllons for rnlile laying In the l'scilic Ucean I ave revcalrcl thcintcreit Id( fsct, that If not upon rock bottom, they gradually become e nrnntdl nith harnaelt nd seaweed, liey enough to lircak tliftn. Thit ft like eljsprpsii, which, if ft I not checked, groua until it brraks down the health, lloitetter sSloniaeh Hitter will life rent at well at cure indigestion, dyticpia, biliousness, liter nnd kidney troubles. It make weak stomachs strong. All druggists ell it. A rnmprtrnt Drfrntr. The homeliest mm In mrm-ess is Kciilr. of Minnesota, lfe rather glories In the distinc tion of nglnes, especially at all his other rharartrrittics are enviable. Hiiritig hi last campaign the enemies of Mr. Ivlily charged bim with being dnuhWared. lie met the charge In n manner that illsrinrri nil crit icism. "Great hcave-nt." tald Mr. Kdilv to hla atidienre. "do yon think that If f had two face I would wear the one I am allowing rov now...

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. — 1 March 1900

7-jX?f ""gprH WV. 1 -V iwrrtj - w v . vK-.-n- I ! ! h ' W r S' .'; , ' ; f ,.'1 , B t ' ffjffgjjSL.1 H' r . f StCtfitur sffnitrnftj. I'Ulll.i.-sllKli f.TI.IU Tllt'lCMi.W. Orfloinl Ccunty I'npoi. N. r IMVi:, Kill t mi I I tp?l -inf. f!rrsr;2- .-x--.- . ; . . s. .rss KtllPIP'l nl posli.tliir ill Unitei II. T in secmid elm.' matter Arll 1'.'. iHf'.'i. ikums - - " $i i i'i:ii vr.Au. .ll.TiitTlxl.Nn litfirt itrsilp kiniMti on up, fllciillnii. A, T. & SF. It'7 CO, f now. riMi-.Ttm.r. t:n. I. ivo. NrJaWn t'ltlzm IlrmoBtral. A goodly mirohcr nr ritixinn n( Henttr nml Mm tiirtimndlng country lirld ii iticcliug ut dm cnnrt lioiitp. Sai- tinl.iy nlteri'tnm at two i.'nelnck in lake. 1'iihiiiiiiMty Mop, low-aid rcntcnMrating I ugnllist llio proposed lilll ill P('ll,ircM fur ImipIiu! the pulitiu land wrt of llm Willi meridian, TIhj atitji.-ci wa tisriird tviih 1 1 o result lliul a rxiiiiiiillro of li.ri'i' was Appointed lo draft reinnn siraner nuniiil l In) iiteaMirp. hi-fure. l liiilril in H...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 8 March 1900

r. 1" w -. M ia, Eg," 4 J w,. j i at' 1 i .V 4 rfl f j kt rv r 1 , .LVi , -t? fe " . -CJ(. , : ? 'I lid l.iircrsl rirciilnllflu'l i if any .iiriirr lit Writ I rrn Oklahoma. WIb BEAVER S HERALD. t.,. .' run newipa r c r ( ;- -.1 f VOL. XIII. B1IAVKR, HEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. NOj 44, li J CITIZENS PKOTKST .A. 2SH3301rSTK;A.JSrO3. AyBfcJujI Mass Meeting Saturday Results J An Appoal toCongross asking: that proposed luws to abrogato I tho Homestead Laws and lenso tho Government Lr.ndswost of tho 99th dctrren of longitude west bo not passed. in Resolutions of Romon- strance. I.KASIJ 1II1.I.S UNAMMOUSI.Y DIS-AH'HOVKIt. Copy of Ihn ltt'iiiiiitrniiie In be Srnl to -udi I'oit Office In the tiimily fur Siii.ttiirt !. Notwithstanding the thrcttenini: npprarunee til the wciilher ui the illuming, 11 laigi: crowd of citiuinc met ut lliu court liou-f Saluidny altoriii.on tu ri'si'tniio to n c.ill fur a iium meeting to roiiiiiiihtratu iiliibt ri'rtaiu piopmed hills...

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. — 8 March 1900

' "- tr?nr"Vni''M'- - jifrjfedrfiiFimw 'Ww fyKWt.C3;Tl vrr-r : - i- ,-,J - 4 t. JK ,- i P a - t . ' Lk M I' ' h Wt ,'i .." r,CT .,( BEAVER HERALD. N. r. PAVM. PuMlihT. BaUYlB, OKLAHOMA FEBRUARY 1900. Itw. Mw. Th. Wi.Thf. Frl, Sit. E 1 12 3k ... ! Ill jl H IE J. 3 i I jiLiliiJiiiJ Jig 1 18 9 20 212 23 24 J J 25 26 2 2o .... (F CURRENT COMMENT. It coals $4,400,000 n year to uinlnttilii the. 24 royal palace of Kmcror Wll 11am throughout tlm (li'rmiiu fin pi re. Mrs. Cnrrlu Chapman Catt, the new president ot 1h( Woman Suffrage as sociation, will liuie plenty of work to do In converting tlui doubting Thomases. The New York Press suyH tlmt the Uothnmltes hixt year ato U77,'JS!),IU(I rff or about 3!!() aplceo fur every inim, wo in nn mill child In the greater city. That In over one a iliiy for eueb week day. What Ih xnld to lie the largest blunt furnace In the world Iiuh JiikI been itartcd at Yotingstowu, (). It Ih 100', feet high, 13 feet In crucible mill 1!3 feet In bosh. The eiipiiclly ...

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. — 8 March 1900

n e fe-very. Par Wlrelaea teerlwaj. AnEisfllthlnrtntlonfortUerlnganymii, whether submerged or otherwise, by meant o( an ether wave on the wlreleit telegraph principle ha bttn perfected. In naval vrarit it cipetd to mtlte the torpedo boat al most infallible. In thl reipect it will equal the great American djripeiitl euro Llottet ttr Stomach Wtttrt which never (aila to cure conitlpallon, indigestion, djipeptlt, hi ootnett, malaria levtr ana ague. t. one net di it and ill druiiisti idl it. Rasrsreatetl br the I.. Teacher Now, Johnny, you know the eagle atandi for America. What animal typifies (.rest HrlUin? Johnny I dunno. "Oh, yen you lo. Think for a momeivt; ft begins with..." (rf.gerly)-"Lbifcrt"-Catho1ic Stand exd and Timet. Catarrh Cannot Ho Cared with Local Application!, at they cannot .rich the teat of the ditrase. Catnrrh is n blood or comtltutlonal ditrase, and in order to euro it you mutt take internal remedir. Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken internally, mid acta directly on the...

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. — 8 March 1900

, t V.I ....vp. . ),v , '.'ty1 uuniwwSjwur-VUTiiv . J0X. , r - r P...' Mltf i: Mr 1' : i 11 f :i i. H E- 'S t ' r s J, tf ttMHlMMNtabi rmymjimmlmtttklam m in ll" irinn aiaidarWl"" j! raM. runi.wiir.n r.viiuv thuii-'iiav. , n nw -W VE Official County Payor. v-aA-fsrs -va nv ?y jl. ., t.Yi: Mil r im.1 I'Mprl 'tor. Untried nl!icr nt Urntrr O. T. a npcmd el. wi'ier April 1'.'. If""'. ikijmsi - - - - ti Mtvm vi:.n. APH.arinvi run maile known en ) fllclnn. A, T. & SF. R'Y CO, lotMl.Tl)irTm.r, run 1, !'". 1-..I I....M.I. K allllll. VPI l-oiinn (UrU'lUiMM.) 1.11 a III. In :m it. in. .flop, in. I .'.lip. IM :i u '. in ' p 71 1 in l o.ti p. in. ( !!( I p. Ill ( ' ii. np in ii .11 1. m ti "l p. in. I ft IEu in. i Tim Sa'ita V- I'mit" run tin- Injcal Iih tir.ivel m inuiirnt Hint I known, in lit 1 a. "'I'mStwK lit-nil pilot. 1..-I II." .;ii rkad t ilnllnallntt. i nt nit '. nt i. ItiiielnMe. r snr n'lu-i I if iriuMI"n. "P'lvlnilli lin i Mltfim-I. or t" W.J. llln-k.U. I' AT A.. ri.piVa hail- n...

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. — 15 March 1900

" & y7 , . ' "-'. i . S . . i ."R. ' , ,. 1 ' i '-4 "- V V 7v . . - . 'I lie LargcM ('Irriiliilluii itfiuiy Nrnvimppr In West ern Oklahoma. 4ifl IIEillllLlli THH W ,U- fM.DKST rjEWEPA'f i r 1 -."J ri-. , h v U ' . f. ' e ''r..rj jS i v? " T i 'F . ' -Zkf VOL. XIII. HHAVHR, liHAVIiR COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TliRlUTORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1900. i iify wmium 'wwwww NO. 45. CORRESPONDENCE. Coin Notes. Tiltil.lYIStl ASIIiKO.' LUIS.: HILLS PUBLIC LANDS, AHE SAFE. The notion of tlm Hou-m commit- jho Houso ConimlttPO Will Not tee mi i-ul-lio I"'N in Jt-titK tlic Act Upon I'roposotl ClmnjjGS. resolution Saturday In lay mmle M ... , ,.,...,.,, i-A . bilUfjr leasimr unlili'J land. "'"' "-' . . . , ., mow, itic -.'M's Im. uinnmr icann'hl "' ' Ull' a-.Hil""l ll.lll bi'CII ...used III till' ic!Hinlcil.iHMur.ificiini. I If nsolu. .:...... ! Alreidy the ikm.i. " - n tft -PVt iriuiwiiiiMi-i I ' - - . turn win pi.sSe.I riH waue .... n , (i jmJ , .. , 9f(. ,,.,, i pi,,. 1 1,.- ..t ...,. .1 .. .!..- !.......

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. — 15 March 1900

infir ' ' V1 .' foi tf . . A 1 ' &M " 4 JP ' BEAVER HERALD. Ma r. BAVM. PyMMwr. BATBB, OKLAHOMA MARCH 1900. Sm. Mm. Tm. Wit. Tkw. Frl. StL .a ... ...a ...a I 3 JiiliiiiiiiiiZ. 8 220 222 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 j TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ilfgclna; from Mr. Lawton. When Mrs. I.awton renched Hon Francisco -die found several hundred letters bcg,"Ing tor loans nml gifts from tliu fund raised for lirr unit her children. Cncta Mam's Cuatomrr. Itussla cornea to tin United Slnlcs lo borrow money n well its for locomo tives mid other intu'litncr.v. t'lich Sam's, customer Include ncnrly vwry body who Is In I lie swim. To Ilealat Iho Tamptatlnn. Itnchelors of Smyrna, Del., li un formed n triiKt to enable Its members to resist tin- temptation of nmrr.N i tifx the charming girl of tin- town until uble to Keep n wife properly. , Whare Municipal Ownaratilp I-j. Tllackpool, Hug., it city of -iii.ikm) pop ulation, ow:h and operates In-r street rnllwajs. Jt transports passengers for 3 13 cent per fnr...

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 March 1900

' n . C . ' t tf:j& vff' 5 A " ' J '.! -Y Tmafi nfv l 1 lawaTlawaaaal Ay?'.-' ,f . - I Si 'V. '"o ""' ur Amy Life m -rftc philiiiu ICorvrleM, is, by F.iTtnnyMm Neily.) "v, CHAl'TKR 1. Boroellilnp timistinl wns going on nl division headquarter nut) the men in the nearest irglmcntnl ramps, regular ml volunteer, were "llncil tip" nionir. the sentry post ami silently, cnRcrly watching nnd wnltlnir. For n week rumor lind been rife tlint ortlcrn for n inoTe were coming, nnd the lirlRnilrs hailed it with delight. For a inontli shivering nt night in dripping, drench' ing fog drifting in from the Pacific, or drilling for hour ench tiny on tliclilcnl; slope of the Presidio heights, they hnil been praying for something to lircnk the monotony of t lie routine. They werc envious of the coiiirnilcH who lind been shipped to Miinlln, emulous of those who hnd stormed Santiago, nnd would hnve welcomed with unreason ing enthusiasm nny mundntc thnt bore promise of chnngc of scene or duty. The nfter...

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 March 1900

,.i3ri'5 PWif,Wi Tr1Sr5- ns'" - T' " -& kV If IS k H i : J H I I H I' l . t V ' H ;v W . v, i l. A l.JL'KKI IN A HfNAWAV llllllWMil,lHIIJlMJ"'''"111' ' I'lUKMIWini t.'fil. J.-llltf l : l Jag i fi t t ' i.wLiii.iMiiam.iiaHiii uoaiu in nennii which (linraillllin . . HjftCttJJtft ' tfFitW (li-orcf KIIIIaiik mill S. I. I!uiii-!i Jlrrl Aff.ilml .'HinilM'... I 'llOl'liSSIONAL. "" . " ulili en Aielileiit. Mnnilii) I'viniiii: ilu' lliMinl nf llfnliti I n-- ,.ww I'L'ltl.HIICIi r.vi.UV llit'li-Mit'i Ofllclal Csunty Pupor. . . .-.i.t.i -. . i -. x. i', t.Wi.. int f '"' ' ""." ' linn ifl II tl.- tt llmult I' ii" ..ee.iti.l vlif tn l-r A ! V.'. l.-ttV I HUM." - - tl mi t-i:ii VI'.Ml. tlltlltlMMl hll Mfl Ir kill. I'll "III !- t J tlillfl'Xi. A, T. & S. F, IVY 00. Hoard of Health Oniric (Hniianlliie C. O. TAHKgHILL, I'l.OUATK JITDCiK. I ulll t.ik'j l'ilinu, !''iuil I'r.mt mih Hi- i.miium Hi. i ! I - ii c u n.-'- 1 1 r'ii ' l-" 1 Jl I I t t Ull I 1 Rllll'l I'l III Kill II . .11 lit II I lll...

Publication Title: Beaver Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Beaver herald. — 22 March 1900

v-" " - ' . visr j ... . 'A..t . t . I ., v. f V s' ?''. a iii. ' jft. The Largest ClrcHtatloa afanr Newspaper In Writ em Oklahoma. BEAVER jj0fw3 HERALD W iMM.Hi l .vw 1 ' 2 rue Uklahoju A tit: t fa ft f ta vi.;'i' i MTrV' v' a v . ,i ... f li 'a ' V - iprf VOL. XIII. BIEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1900. NO..,1 ' ' ""-r Kf 1 CORRESPONDENCE. Alplno Notos. 8tanWy McCuol, who Iim been quite aiek fur oma linie past, is convalescing. Fred Becbe hns purehssed a brand new bopy. Wonder what thie mesne.? Mrs. Mow, of Wtchlts, an scquslnt aase of Mi' Grace Ueebc; is out oo a visit. Mr. Maple has rclurnrd from Clloe, where abe had been visiting with her dsaghter ilia. Jako Miles, for several days. George tl. Healy is away on a boal ness trip to Kanras City and other points. Drover and Frances Carter, Mrs, Car ter and Mrs. U. L. Miles and daughter, of Fair Valley, Oklahoma, return,-! to DeiTcr county Tuesday. They sro visiting with Mr. and Mra. Win. Pyno. Ten. R...

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 March 1900

'HP VrrwT!r imy -r. rri?3wiwFwr'Wiiw . m- ts& 1 it. f VZ2 I , f I r ft' fe- .i i BEAVER HERALD. N. P. DAVES, PuMlahr. KATB1, -"" OKLAHOMA TOPICS OP THE DAY. How MtnUtara Bhoald Draaa. I do not wnnt to seo a minister dressed up too much, like n iliide, but let his nppnrcl bo in keeping with th? dignified calling," I n dictum whlcl, Bishop Downing gave out recently. Attoatfanea at Manila Behoola. Tho Mnnlla Times states that the nttendnnco of children at tho Mnnlla school wns 4,840 for the month of November Iniit, n gain of 3'i girls nnd 31 boys ns compared with the previous month. Dawey AWh imlnlearatlns:, To prevent possible Injury to pedes trlnnii passing beneath the temporary Dewey arch In New York the nrniR of one of the figures on It lmvc been amputated. Tho nrch Is rapidly go lng to pieces. Theaa rianret Tell Why. Coal Ih quoted nt $1.10 per ton nt the mine in (Ircnt Itrltnln nnd nt $1.11 per ton nt thu mine lit tho United States. Tho flgiirjs explain why American coal Ih n...

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 March 1900

t. - .Clif .& v 7- . m H Tfat ntwrt flhrttratlon-iftowi one of th ntrnatoth bwlldlnie occupied br the great Mill Order Heme .oMbe John M. Bmjrtli Company otChicafo. For ooe-Urird oft century tbli Company hit bee im butineei. Ilrginnlng In a tmill war they supplied their ntlfhbora in the ntar-by tawaa, each 'rear widening their field. They are now (tiling merchandite di rect to the consumer at wholeaalt pricea throcghovt ha United Hlalet. Soma years ago they began aupplying their sjwttowert with an illuitrated cata logue. At the buiinett expanded they were obliged 1o increase the tize of thit catalogue, until to-day it exceed 1,000 illut trated page, quoting the lowrtt wholetale price -on 'everything to Kat. Wear and Ute. By u peri or procett of color photography they illustrate many of their goodi In natural colon, bring ing out the rich color value of cartaina, carpeti, draperies, and the latett drm In -wall panert, etc., thut enabling the cuttomer hundred! of milrt dittant to ...

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 March 1900

, ' ,' l t tty p i & .A & Vfc in j If' ''',M fc.V ' 'V 1 IF'HHPHH"! p Am t ! SP fc;ir jfttraUI. lUni.tKll t.XRUV TIIUIIIiAV. Official County Fapor. s. 'i iuvui, mi " " 1 1 fi'i-ti -ui. ' Entered nl HMiiibcr el Hnf H, I' n sie-itul elan nutter April I?, HKlS. i-hiim - - $i I' I'Kii vi:.n. AlitsuiliCiu tuns nude known on ftp tilldiliin, A. T. & 81 1, R'Y CO. inrw.TiMKTUii t. run. I, !. ssl (i mud. hi I int west hound. M. K. Mcador visa down from liU Beater county ranch, ehakinir hands with Woodward Irirnds, this week. Wl.llo hrro Mr. .Mcador loo Veil our several lutiichmi tif uadhj with view in Imtlnp-, lint not finding just what lit wnnfiil, rtlurohd hunt, without buying --Wood war-1 News. (hVnd a p.) ..Knglenr'nd . . . . 7,?ip.ra. ii. . .rj.vp, in. . .Mithain- X. u. in. .Wlchllu . :."0 m. Xrwliio. . .'...VI in. ..I'liiri lire t,l.a. m. Kan air Htfip. m. Th'Hn-u V- limit' runs ihe latest Ini f r ir I "i iipmc H that I kiiiiwn, on Hi I'a- ii-r 1'ralns . . C tn n -k'-t ' 1 ...

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 March 1900

re.- - n' V P The Urrest ClrtnUtloa f any .lawiftper la West cm Oklafcema. BEAVER "U. VnnNkV 4f tf' HERALD. 11 '& '-.t3' ifi vw; TKB .. ' ' i. r i j". . ) jiifc.. .a OWBnxg iiktrr f r .1 VOL. XIII. if BEAVER, BEAVER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. NO. 4? The Oklahoma UniTenity la in a more prosperous condition now than ever before, The Territorial Board of Education has net and pamd upon the question- to beudin the te-cltera' ei aaiaatlone to take place April 37 A 38. Froa the advance of tbe British against tbe Boere, the former cer tainly contemplate bringing tbe lit. tie republic under its control, or it leMt coml them to assent to iU terras. After much dissgre'emont, Came gie and Frick, have come to n amic able setllemntof their affairs, where by their great atcel aud iron worka are united in a soo million dollar corporation. The Democrat meet at El Reno Jane 5th to elect six delegate! and alternatei to attend the national con vention at Kantus City. In ...

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