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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

1 le 3r iy st ej IMPURE BAKING POWDER SEIZED The Now York Hoard of llenlth Find It Contains Alnm unci Hock, Declare It Uaiifferons tu Health anil Dump It Info the lltvcr. The New York papers report that the Health Department of that city has seized as dangerous to health nearly two tons of cheap mixtures sold tor baking powder and dumped them Into the- offal scow to be destroyed. More of the powder was found In n Sixth avo. department store. Tho re port of tho analysis of the Health Department stated that It was "an alum baking powder" containing alum and pulverized rock. Tho different Health .Authorities seem to havo different ways of re pressing tho tale of bad baking pow ders. In England they have prosecut ed the grocers under, the general law and broken up the traffic. In Missouri the salo of alum baking powder Is actually prohibited by law. In New York they seize the unwholesome stuff and cast It Into tho river without any discussion. The latter way Is certain ly effective. The...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

ANADARKO DEMOCRAT. oWAW &. BLANK-hNSlI.T, 1'uUUtim. PRESTON P. SHAW, - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP, - MnnnKor, SUIISCItll'TION HATHS OAUiY. One your in lulvunco - 44.00 Six months In advance - 2.00 Tliree months In udvanco 81.00 .VKIJKY I'UHUSIII'.ll BVKUY TIIUKS DAY. One Year ' l-" .Six Months " Throe Months -5 Advertising rait? made known on .application. Kntsrod at tho postollico at Ana larko, Oklahoma, at second-class mall matter. AWAPAHKO, OKI.A..MAY 28, 1002. I'OU Itmi.HTKIt OK Dl.l.iW. 1 hereby announce myself as a can- .li.i... i. .i hi . ......I.., .... ..r .liii.ilu lllimiu nil- Mir Ullivniii ujji'.iu. "'"""", .,! I... t,l.1 n. Ann.Wbu -llinn for i'(l(loc(iunt Hiil'lrcl to the notion ; "" " "- " .-- of the l)emoi'!.itii county i'(r.ontion jl), 1002. At u regular meeting of the to be held June If. i'hask WWoian. , Democrat County Central Committee, CM Mow, of Atrtehi', announces ' of Caddo county Oklahoma, held at his otindldacey for the nomination oi ' Anadarko April 12,...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

L ftV'tf rtf SpW ,f Have you scon Lcauli it PeauoiK. j LOCAL NEWS. 4? .jH?M1W? Gcorgu Dodson Hold his claim near town yesterday. The Douglas special at Karliearts on C street. 2l0tf Earheart carries a line line of fruits and confectionery on O St. Mrs. Pick Ulack returned today from Bowie Texas. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire, at this ollice. The Iteece agency has a very .nice business room to rent. 21010 Go to Silver Moon llcstaurant on C street for square meals. lUltf Go to F. J. Callahan for your screen wire and screen doors. 204H2 The lteece Agency has for bale juc of the best hotels in the city.ta Window shades 10 cents. Ami darko Furniture- Co. 102tf Ram,, rain, go away conic an other day. The Knights of Pythias nicnic w ill be held June 5th. Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Dainty confectionarics and a full lino of clioico fruits at Earhearts i)laco on C street. 185tf Buy bread from Ingram & Hoff man. 2ccnts and A cents...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

THE SURGEON'S KNIFE Mrs. Edds Stcvonsoii of Salf, Lnliii City Tolls How Opnra lions For Ovarian Trouble May lie Avoided. "IlFATl Mil. I'lNKHASl! I RUfTeriMl vclth iullnmtiiution of tin- ovaries and womb for over six .vi'iirH.i-iiiliiriiiK iu'1ii:n nml pains which none ran d renin of lint, tho.M' who have hud the same expo- '!2ffiSMS ''' URB. IXK1K RTTVFN30V. rlcnec. IIitndrod.Hof dolliirowriittotr:!! doctor 11 ml tho druggist. 1 wan Kimply ii walking tnedleini! elu-ht and n phj's leal wreclc. My sinter rtht(llii; in Ohio wrote mo that she liad liccn cured of womli trouble liv using Lytllu K, Plhkliiun'.s A'Kotall Com pound, and rnlvlscd me to try it. I then discontinued nil other mod tellies und jrnro your Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. Within four weeks nearly all mln had left inu; I rarely had headaches, and my nerves were In a nilieli bettor condition, and 1 was cured in three months, and thisavoided a totrlblo surgical operiition." Miw. KchM Stkvknho.v, 2.10 So. State St.,...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

I GAIN HEALTH IN PHILIPPINES. Weak ami Frail Imfrovo tin iter I'ccullni J CllmalVe Comlltlona. Although tho Philippines linve not hscn heretofore rcRardctl as a pnrtlcu iRrly healthful placo the experience of our troops thero s'.nco 1898 ha3 shown some remarkable physical re cults. While local fevers anil Intestinal diseases seem to haro been particu larly disastrous to men and women of full habit, and caused them to loso flesh and vitality, thin and anaemic peoplo stationed thero havo Improved In blood and vitality and Increased In weight. In many cases tho frail and dellcato have become younger In feel ing and actually taken on u new lease of life. Tho climate Is said to be especially beneficial In cases of rheumatism. Ac cording to a medical officer. It Is the vigorous one who returns to tho states sickened and disgusted, while tho weak and frail there become strong and robust. INSIST ON OKTTINO IT. Some croce-rn say tliey don't keep De Dance Starch becmue they have a ntocK In ha...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 22 May 1902

llfV'VIW'l Tlio Eeor Question Solvod Commencing today anil contiii aing with -tho close of the holidays ac h'iII Hiqijily families, clubs and ni'li v id n:iln icgiinllcss of their ie. ligion or polities Lager lleer in quart bottles at the low juice of 13 cents ier bottle. We have only standard brands in Htoek and intend to give our outttonieM the jirivili'ti' of buying quarts from us at tin n.inii! pi ice that iintn cost at any other saloon in Anadarko.C'ome and jieleotlfrom Anhouser'H, Pabst, Diok JJro.,or Schienagcls. Our stock of Which and LiquorH were seleoted especially for the holiday trade and will bo sold at corresponding low prices. 85tf Tho "Great Rock Island" Saloon- TIME TABLE. east hound. No. 132 Mull ll:nuin. No. i:W WiijFV'tfr.L.iwton 11:.!0 a.m. No. l.H Way Freight. :.:.!() ii.m. No. I'M) Mall froui Law ton. uilMp.ni. tiuins wi:st. No. 1211 Mail from Law ton. 11:10 am. No. Ml Va LYoitfht. . .. 11:1.1 a.m. No. Ml Mail . :i:.!0p.ni. No. l.l'i Wiu Ft tir. L.twton 3: 15 ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

ff rko Daily Democrat. vox,, l. ANADARKO, CA1MX) CO., OKLA., MAY 211, 15)02. NO. 217. Anada 'h Wi m KEEP COOL mMKfWBM wmWm M MI ' M rat' 111 1PJ I, Mm HI J mm n? . - ua 3'" i -" PS II ANADARKO 'S ICE PLANT The Largest and Most Modern in Oklahoma. By Wearing Geo. P. Ide Gold Waist for Men. . .i! .,..,, nt! mon realize . .i! .,..,, iic mon realize Shirt wiiM will be more popular tiisin ever u-. ". - - WW- una dBJ " l and olT properly. It is made onl only waist that U conven ent to put on a ,t We lw Geo. I', lcle iv iu. ." havc exclusive saie ii t.... Prices $1.25, $i-75 to $3-o. LARGE STOCK HELD HERE It Will Supply tee to Ail tho .New (Jountry Seventy-Five Tons a Day, Plant's Capacity It would tax the descriptive vo cabulary of a past grand master in the English language to attempt to properly portray the immensity, complexity and detail of our mam moth ice plant. The main building in 105 feet long north and nouth, and 75 feet cant and west. From floor to ccil- iiw it lu on rni :.. il...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

fr. THE SURGEON'S KNIFE Mrs. Kohls Stevenson of Salt I.alio City Tells Mow Opnu liuns For (hurhin Troubles Hay Ho Avoided. " Hi An Mrn I'inkiiam' I mtfTcrcil wllli inlhinituatlon of tin- ovimU'h ami tv imMor over six )vnrn rtiilnrinj,' ucIii'n nnil li.uiis uliieli iimif rnii dicsitn of but thu,c who have liutl the bame uxpc 'maRSh' tuts re kis STnv i'nsov. rlcncr. Iliindiodsof dolhirnvnti3tr'5 dm tin nud tin druist ' "nN simply u u Hiking medicine dicht nnd u phis ii il wreck. My mstcr t chiding In Ohio wrote mo Hint hlie lmd bicn cured of womli trouble liv using Ljlllil I?, IMiilcluunTt VokHhMo Com Iioiiixl, mid cdvihcd inc to try it. I then discontinued nil other mod Icines nnd gnru jour Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. Within four weeks nearlj all inlu had left niu; I rarely hud hcadachei, and my nei ves were In u inui'h better tonditlou, and I was cured in tlueo monthn, nud tlusnvoidcd a teiriblo hurgieul opeialion." Vits. Kcitis Stkviamiv. 250 Si. State St., Salt Lnko Citj....

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

r i. B' i GAIN HEALTH IN PHILIPPINES. Weak and rroll Impress Umlcr l'ccullar CllraniVe Condition. Although tho Philippines have not been heretofore regarded ns a particu larly healthful placo, the experlenre of our troops thoro fi!n"o i89S hit shown some, remarkable physical re sults. While local fevcra and Intestinal diseases Feem to havo teen particu larly disastrous) to men and women of full habit, and craipod them to lose flesh and vitality, thin and anaemic peoplo stationed thoro have Improved In blood and vitality nnd Increased lu weight. In many cases the frail anil delicate havo bacomo younger In feel lug and actually taken on a new lease of life. Tho climate Is said to be especially beneficial In casos of rheumatism. Ac cording to a medical ofllecr, It Is the vigorous one who returns to the states Bickuned and disgusted, while the weak and frail there become strong and robust. INSIST ON' GETTING IT. Borne grocers say they don't keep De fiance Starch because they have a stoc...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

. cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. S.iAW &. BuANKENSIUP, Publlshm. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . . Editor. MnnnKor, SUIISCKI1TIOS ItATUS UAII.Y. Oneyenr In udvunco -m Six months In udvunco &2.00 Three nionths In adianco L00 WEUICr.Y 1'UIII.HHKI) BVEIIY T1IUUS DAY. One Year l- Six Months M Three Months Advertising rates uiado known on application. Ktjterod at tho postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall mat er. ANAIUUKO, OKLA..MAY 23. 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIt CONGUKSS VM. M. CROSS. ,.. ANNOUNCEJVIENTS ... ron tooiiati: judge Verdo V. Hardcastlo announces his candidacy .for tho nomination of Pro bate JudL'O of Caddo county subject to the ii-tlon of tho Democratic conven tion Juno 0th. w nwi mit)inrtpil to announce) M. N. Cilsh of Anadarko, a caudldtto for the nomination of Probate Judpo of Caddo county, subject to tho action of the Democrat convention junu . TOK TKEASUHKB. Wo nro authorized to announco Morris Leo Hito of Ft. Cobb, as n caudldato for Treasurer of...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

$ LOCAL NEWS. ?r ??? ?&?? ?S? The Douglas special at Karliuartu on C street. 2l0tf Karhcart carries a tine line of fruitB and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this ofllce. The llccco agency lias a very nice business room to rent. 210tt) Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf The Reece Agency has for bale one of the best hotels in the ily.t3 Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. l2tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 contH a loaf. Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits! at harhearts ,place on C street. 185tf Hay bread from Ingram & Hoff man. 2uenlsand 4 cents a loaf. lOotf M. N. GUh went to Apache yes terday to see after his political prospects. Bread is now 2 and 4 cents a loaf at Ingram & Jlpffman'e. I95tf Any shoe guaranteed by John Kroning, or hat by M. 31. Smith, lis worthy or money refunded. Ot, The Reece Agency has several very desirable residences for...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

ft rm Anadarko Democrat ritliSTON P. SHAW. ANADAKKO, OKLAHOMJ To ivln a liol. n ICanias wan nto n box of nxlc gronae. Now his wheeli iiro grcnied. Cecil HhotliM illil lit J80.00O.00O, but 8ngo's will la routl. pretty well with wait till JtusMfl King Edward li going to work the prow, by knighting n lot of nawapflper man nt (bo coronation. llMton papera, forgetful of .lobn I Sullivan, arc now alluding to Dr. Hutu as "Moatoii'a Onuitl Olil Man." Tlio Now York imiii who prnyoil for freiiKth to beat lilt wlfu evidently dlil not bollovo In faith without work. If tbc moat truit ahnll succeed In getting control of the heiinorloa and truck patches, tho country will be done for. Emperor William baa written a play. Not only this, but ho haa conipollod thu public to upplntid and tho critics to pitilhO It. It Is doubtful, If under tho lav;, adc iliiato punlbhniont can be given tin; man who jqiends his Sunday shooting song 1)1 id?. Suian II. Anthony Ib doubtless of opinion that tho tour of Kuhell...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

IMPURE BAKING POWDER SEIZED Th N,w Tork ltonril of Ilcnltt. rinfl It Contains Alam "nil ltiirk, Declare It Dangerous to Health ntid Dump It Into the Idler. The New York pnpers report that tho Health Department of that city lias sol zed as dnngerous to health nearly two tons of cheap mixtures sold for baking powder and dumped them into tho offal ncow to be destroyed. More of tho powder was found In a , Sixth ave. department store. Tho re port of tho analysis of tho Health' Department stated that It was "au .turn baking powder" containing alum and pulverized rock. The different Health Authorltlea seem to have different ways of re pressing tho tale of bad baking pow ders. In England they have prosecut ed tho grocers under the general law and broken up tho traffic. In Missouri the salo of alum baking powder Is actually Drohiblted by law. In Now York thoy seize tho unwholesome stuff j aim cast it into me river wiuiuui. uu.r discussion. Tho latter way Is certain- ly effective, Tho alum ba...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 23 May 1902

Anadarko Democrat: m I l'lllI&TOX r. MIAW. ANADARKO, i OKLAHOMA. To ivln a lict a Kansas wan nto n box of axle grease. Now his wliotls nro greased. Cecil Miotics ill1 liretty well" wlrh his $30,000,000, lint wait till IIubhcI Sago's will Is rend. Kins Kdwanl Is going to wok tho Picks, by knighting n lot of nnwsnSper nidi at tho coroniitton. llOBlnn papers, forgetful of John L. Sullivan, arc now alluding to Dr. Halo uh "Hoston's Oinnd Old .Man." Tho Nqw Yorlc man who prayed for Mrrngth to boat his wife ovldontly did not hollovo in faith without works. If the meat trust shall succeed In getting control of the henneries and truck patches,' the. country will bo done for. '. -' Emperor William has written a play. Not only this, but ho has compollcd tho public to applaud and tho critics to piiilho It. It Is doubtful. If under 1iq law, ade quate nunlblimont can bo given tho man who impends hla Sunday shooting song birds. Susan B. Anthony Is doubtless of opinion that tho tour of Kubellk...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

r Anadarko Daily Democrat. m vo:l. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., MAY 2J, 1002. fc i NO. 218. ii v AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! We take pleasure in infr ruling the public tha we bavo secured for this locality the exclusive representation and selling rights of 'tlcllifl7 7to? HhMous This announcement comes as a triumphant linsle to a long-continued effort on our part to secure for our selling that make of shoes that best combined the features of graceful and correct design, wide choice in styles, exqoisit workmanship, greatest wear and durability, with a moderate price. After a thorough search of the markets we havo found these factors so artistically united in ' - m ; ?tgj? VfcSMF'' Queen Quality Shoes that we havo no hesitation in assuring out1 customers that the will find it in all res pects the THE HANDSOMEST THE BEST FITTING AND THE MOST GENERALLY SATISFACTORY shoe that money will buy. "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES were Awarded GOLD MEDAL at Buffalo V latest find lust, styles Ircts, home,...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

rr t - j ---p.pv-j-v V -. B7 w r- 9r JPV" BgydgLBBEwff ii 4ii i a inn . . - WA i WT' kf"'- -" .- .... i . - iw I- ? ; i y Er h ' j- is - r if It -ftflf Win & j. I- '' ,' sIIKI a ij WOMAN AN&L Bli'l 1IK1IIT IMC Ol' TAI.I.NT. It In not always the woman who )iuh tho most nmount of timing who Is thu most ttu'cohsful Oftentimes It Id thu woman who make the right use of tho ordinary n mount of knowledge nho hns who eclipses her more brilliant platers, who have not learned tho tec cict of application. The leanon why so mnny women of undoubted talent full to secure success Is because their ef forts either lack the right Hort of am bltlon or they arc not properly applied. Wo see people every day who are suc cessful, and yet their characters do not denote them to poster unusual Intelligence 01 talent, Fye a writer In the Weekly Bouquet. The secret or their success U they Know how to ap ply themselves well and they make the bent of their ordlnnry gifts. The worn Jin who possesses agiec...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

r SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL NEW YORK TO HONOR HEROES OF THE CIVIL WAR. Rlln li on ItlTarjlila IJrle, No-r the Tomb of Oenrral tlraut (juirlar of a Million Uollurl I xpemlol on the Monument anil Approaches Special Letter. rLA, HV YORK'S memorial Wr to the Union soldiers anil sailors who lost their lives In tho Civil War Is all but finished. The 'monument occupies a commanding site on the Itlvc side Drlo at Elgh ty-ninth t-toect, anil nothing could ho more superb than the lew from Its base. To the west are the cliffs of the Palisades. To the north la Grant's Tomb overlooking a magnificent sweep of the majestic Hudson. On the south is the vista of the drive, which stretches away more than 1,000 feet before It begins to curve to the east. From the river the memorial looms up, a cenotaph of dazzling whiteness. Workmen sire now giving the finish ing touches to the memorial and its H L The Monument. approaches. The rormal dedication Is bet down for Decoration Day and it Is expected that the Presi...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

r?p;s r-pmft'" v 'i ipt -fi, vMfjyiijiuM" i jip)P'iminriini.v.i T ;.;... r . .k -T ' Tt '' t 1 ;i I I f ' . h .. f L f 11 JL . cANADARKO DEMOCRA T. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publiihm. PRESTON P. SHAW, L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . Editor. MnnnKor, SUIISCIHPTION HATES DAILY. Ono ye.ir in ail vuncu - 81.00 Six months in mlviinco 2.00 Three months in advance 81.00 WEEKLY I'UllLISllEl) EVERY TIIUUS DAY. One Year l-00 Six Months GO Three Months 23 rou iuxjistku or deeds I hcieby unnounco myself as a can dlilnto for the olllcn of register of deeds for ('nddoeouui uljei:t to the action of the Denioci.itic county convention to be hold J u iii' !) niANiv noswoitxii. Advertising rates inudo known on application. Kntored nt tho postoMco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall mutter. Anadakko, Okla.. May U 1002. vote there in his life. Ami for tho pact seven yeais no one questioned his citizenship ill tlie Territory ami we were proud of having him .is one nf l ilir nit I 'mm lit. liflB fit tv nvu 1 ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

OK Hi t f LOCAL NEWS. A nice tinio was had at tho Read ing Room last night. The Douglas Hpecial at Earhcarts on C street. 210tf Now potatoes, home grown; arc on the market now. Karheart carries a fine lino of -fruits and confectionery on C St. S. B Stmgis, and Col., Glitsch went to Lawton today. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this office. The Recce agency has a very nice business room to rent. 210t0 Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on G street for square meals. 101 tf The Recce Agency has for tale ono of the best hotels in the city. t3 Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Furniture Co. 102tf 13 read is cheap. Ingram & Hoff man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. Wanted, at once, men to plow ground close to town. Inquire here. tf. Mrs. J. M. Youngblood, who has been visiting hero for some weeks, left for her home at Republic, Mo., this morning. Xost A pair of gold rimed nose glasses. Finder leave at Romick & Conoveiand get reward. 210tf Dainty confectionaries and a fu...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

i MHiiuimiwi(nViliWP ' f l'l,Wpp w vm r- - "- -"rspr ryyyv?-1" '-,??T,," sir-'w'"!!?! v''w4 '"'' ''' "" w t f"" ' k V" ?jWf. vzs I h 1 it .- r The Nntlonnl I.imgun. National Ixnigue executive liowor will this year lio vested In a triumvi rate consisting of Presidents John T. HiiihIi of the Cincinnati club, James Hart of the Chicago club and A. II. Sodcn of the Boston club. Mr. llrush la the chairman and will preside at lie league meetings. The Heahon will open on April 17 r.id close on Oct. 1. The schedule eonslsts of 110 games, each club play lug ten games with the other clubs on the homo grounds. Acting upon the resolution adopted several months ago the magnates decided to Bend the Eastern clubs to tho West first. There ate but forty conlllctlng dates between the National and American league teams during the season. Of this number Boston has sixteen. Phil adelphia ten. Chicago seven and St. Louts seven. Tho only big holiday clash will bo In Chicago on July 4. when tho Bos ton and ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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