DISCOVERIES AT M0NTESAN0.
Human Skulls, and Supposed Prehistoric Animals Found. C. W. Beehler, who owns a large farm near Montesano, MO, has made what he considers important geological discoveries upon his land. Several months ago, while sinking a well, he came upon a skull, remarkably well preserved as to shape, and of exceptionally large size. This discovery aroused Mr. Beehler’s interest, and he has since prospected extensively. His efforts have met with great success. Among his latest discoveries are three large skulls, numerous human bones and the remains of a number of prehistoric animals. The specimens are not petrified, but are hardened in a peculiar manner by the soil, which contains considerable sulphur and lime. The discoveries are attracting the attention of scientists all over the country. In no other portion of the country has exactly the same variety of solidification been found.
Attention all scientists, historians, and enthusiasts of prehistoric discoveries! A significant geological discovery has been made by C. W. Beehler, who owns a large farm near Montesano, MO. This discovery includes a remarkably well-preserved skull, of an exceptionally large size, and several other prehistoric animal remains. The specimens are hardened in a peculiar manner by the soil, which contains considerable sulphur and lime. The discoveries are attracting the attention of scientists all over the country, and it is crucial to preserve them for scientific research.
It is of utmost importance to preserve such finds for scientific research, as they can provide vital information about the prehistoric era and its inhabitants. Unfortunately, many such finds have been mishandled and lost in the past, leading to the loss of valuable knowledge. As such, it is imperative that we take the necessary steps to ensure that these discoveries are properly preserved, and that researchers have access to them.
The recent discoveries made by C. W. Beehler are of exceptional value and could provide new insights into the prehistoric world. Let us not repeat the mistakes of the past and lose these specimens. Let us preserve them for future generations of scientists to study, analyze and learn from. It is time to take action and make sure that these discoveries are treated with the respect and care they deserve.
- The St. Louis Republic. [volume], November 17, 1900, PART II, Page 2, Image 10