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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 14 November 1901

.1 ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 14. 1901. Number 57. A $20.000 ICE PLANT OF TWENTY TONS CAPACITY SOON TO BE BUILT IN ANADARKO.' es f r 4- & L4 Bo; Bar clo tc f . tto irko - i T n Rendered by Attorney General IT AFFECTS MANY wMinoral Claims in Oklahoma and MPOHTAN f Especially Throughout tho Now Country Guthrie, O. T., Nov. 13 The nioHt important decision ever hand ed down from the olliee of the attorney-general was promulgated to day liyAttornoy-General JcrrString. Itallects hundreds of mineral claims filing in the new countries, also some in Oklahoma, and is as fol- Ollice of Attorney-General, Guthrie, Okla., Nov. ID. 1001. (' The school lands of the territory of Oklahoma, including those in the county of Comanche, are not sub ject to mineral claims. This is true both as to sections 10 aim :0 jbt the common school lands and the indemnity lands selected in lion thereof, and also as to section A, which is a reserve for university, agricultural colle...

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. — 14 November 1901

1 r.5' v EJVV OF A What was probnbly tho finest mlnln tnro railway In tlio world haH Just liecn dismantled In England. Its name wns tho Jerlcho-Chlcago Trunk line, nnd It wns designed, constructed nntl owned by tho Rev. II. Lancelot War ncford of Osborne Terrace. Mr. War ncfonl has terminated his eight years' mlnlRtry In the royal borough, and In vlow of Ills approaching departure dc Btroycd tho railway. Tho track was laid In tho g-ounc's Ht tho roar of tho parson-railway-lclug's house. Tho rnlscd embankmont wan coustucted on scientific princi ples, as, Indeed, was every detail of tho system, even to tho telcgrnph, which transmitted rcnl messages. Freight and passenger trains could ba run, tho latter being "first und fourth class only." Tho gaugo wan two and five-eighths Inches, the locomotive weighed four- I M j . j . '.'. .i -i , i , xurv'-giw - v- z MAKING COAL BARGES OUT OF Near where Lord Hopetoun landed tho other day In tho hnrbor of Syd ney to take the now Imperial Job of gov...

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. — 14 November 1901

r Iff" - f "" 7K"-P"T;"": ' "?', i'v -i ' W 1 sF F00T3ALL Miss Cutting Do you play OffenbRch? Cholly Hotalr No, not often; I hava played "fullback" once or twice, but I usually play "end." JOKES FROM JUDGE. Mrs. Waggles I met tho doctor to iy and told him about vour mihrlii. lie i.-ild you were to take some whlky our? time you had the chills. Waggles AH right, my dear. 111 thafca for tho drinks. First chorus girl What do you sup pose persuaded Sadie to many that young brewer? He hasn't much money. Second cnorus girl Maybo not. Dut, you know, one has to begin at the bottom of the laddor. "An' did O'Brien hav a good wako?" asked Rafferty of Mulligan. "Did he?" replied Mulligan. "Shure. an' If ho'd been alolve to enjoy It ho'tl a thought ho was havln' tho tolmo of his life." Mrs. Wellment Ain't you abhamed to be begging for a living? , Weary Willie Not o bit, mum, I vuz educated fer do ministry. Miss Vassar Do you chew gum? Miss Wellesley Yes, I eschew it. If a mun has Insomnia he Is s...

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. — 14 November 1901

I w? f- j. ,4-xf S8KCF' p - U- ;ii ? i ' MV- ? m. i, Ana.do.rko Daily Democrat. SHAW & HILL PumiiHtns. I'lll'.STUN' I'. Mil AW ...Kdltor i J. A. Illl.t, nnsinusH Manager MUHSt'UIITION 1ATI'.S. OlIO J'OHI' III 11(1 VIUK't' $1,00 Six iiiniitlis In advance - 1!.(HI I'tilt'd nionlliH hi advance $1.00 AiUcrtUlnj; iiit(i iiiado known on applieiilluu. Application intiilo (or tiiniMinlHMlon through tlu until tit l'10 lostilluu til Auuihii ko, Oklahoma, tin M-cond-class ' nuitl limltrr Anahauko, Oui.a., Nov. II, 11)01 ;A FEW ADVERTISERS What our Merchants are Doing IREAD THEIR ADS ' Tho Domoorat Wisho to Aid Thorn Look Ovor Thoso Nninos and Patronizo Them, llelow we give a lint of tho pro jgri'hHivc advertinerH vlio make tip tlio prominent men in our city. "I'luiy reeognio tin boiielit obtained ' by advertising. When a general advertiser is convinced tliat a paper lias an absolute rate; and tliat lie is -getting his advertisement in it as oheaply as anyone else can, be will be Kitislicd ...

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. — 14 November 1901

James Little, "t Dealer Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Building Material a Specialty. y,'v will not be hihKthoIiI. c Street, between 5th and I5lh. .ii-:im ONTON Oakfry aiV( Coafeciioaery First Block East of Lawton I f? IVIIIf- n R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 J. F . ff lIKe, FfOp. 3 Kim The Palace Bakery. Now opened on Jl street west of the Court House. Fresh Hrcncl Jilways on luind. All kinds of Cas tries und Cakes that please the palate i Lunch Room in Connection. Lunelle at all hoiiw. Cigars and tobaeeo. Come and see us. C. F. UNDER, Proprietor. HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVK-CKNT GTGrAIt? Put tip In tin foil, always fresh. If you don't .sec thuin, call for thorn. KF1 1 IK PR MAKPR A STREET. NEAR SIXTH. rvCLLmcn, mtttnn, anadahko. Oklahoma J. G.INGRAM, Presh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NKWSPAPFRS, STATIONARY, KTC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixtn. Ill'-lim SHOFNER&SON, Have .lust Opened Up a. New Sto(;k of . . . GROCERIES. Give them a. call and get pr...

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. — 14 November 1901

A TO TELL OFTUHKEY. WOMAN KNIQHT ERRANT COMING TO AMERICA, riix rrlnrr.t llnlrle Hen Ar'l, Wife nf Former t)liiiniiit of Oili'innn Kit- plre, In Currlng mi a Cruiirle A(,iliiit horlnl Condition, The United States Is to receive n vIhU thlH winter from Prlucjss Hnlrlu Uen Aynd, who has cruuteil a stir In England by her crusado ugalnst so cial conditions In Turkey. Tho Prin cess, who Is u daughter of a former Turkish minister to France, hopes to radicate polygamy In Turkey by or ganizing a movement ngnlnst It from the outside. Her lectures In Imdon hnvu been crowded and she has bc 301110 a fad with society there, Sho has a beautiful and reflncd "ace. un like tho usual heavy typo of the foist, mill carries herself In a regal way. Itur husband, who was sou'.cncei! to prison for espousing the cause of tho deposed sultan, Murad, but escaped, Is PRINCESS BEN AYAD. with her In London. When out driv ing alio wears a heavy veil ovor her faco, according to Turkish custom. LIFE IN GUATEMALA. lln...

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. — 14 November 1901

CJZJLU'S THROJSfE WITHOUT AJSf HEI'R Olga, Tatlann nnU Mario, the thrco little girls of the Czar of Ruesln, havo Just had a charming photograph taken, and here Is probably the first copy of It tto cross tho ocean. The fact that these three children jire girls may chnnge the whole destl- if in i .....I-. ma ,i ii i i, . V ,y5r y THE THRU ntes of a nation that Includes a tenth of the world's population. Although the llttlo grand duchesses can never hope to Inherit the throne of Russia, they can be pretty sure of being queens if they grow up. It has ROMANCE 0z A Grand Duchess Helen of Russlu Is the center of a royal romance that hns wonderful possibilities for the funking of history. She Is a lively, attractive. GRAND DUCHESS warm-blooded girl, who knows how to flirt, and who has already broken many hearts. She Is now being courted on one hand by the man who would be empeior of Franca If Napoleon's Una find not been overthrown, and on the other hand by a grandson of .Queen Hear l'urur ...

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. — 14 November 1901

h- r . v .t. v? ' Wi IV Sets I.each fc l'caeock for coal imd grain, if Tliu Pioneer Drug Stoic for wall paper. 00 .Mitchell it llardcahiie, lawyers invitt tln'ir friendH to call on them :il llii-ir now olliee rooms, Nos. 'J and :i in tlic Morgan building. ImBl CliarK'H Hclluiuy is in tin; city to day on business. IMr. .Mnuhlin, proprietor of the linn of JMuiihlin it Co., will go to Knid tomorrow. .lames A. 1 1 111, manager of the Dkmouhat, in almost on the nick list. Kvery train brings new citizens into Anadarko and wo predict tliat next HpringH enumeration will nIiow a liona lidu population of over 1,000. Kor coal, (lour, feed and grain wo I. each fc I'eauouk. tf The. W. C. T. U. will meet with .Mrs. C. II. Douglass, of the IMon ccr Drug Co., opposite postoiliee, on Friday afternoon at !l o'clock. Tliu Pioneer Drujj Store for wall paper. Ut50 ' Harvey Jshortuian, Mayor of 1'erry, O. T., who has been visiting litH old lime friend, I Ion. Hen l.eib eiilieiui for several days, left th...

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. — 16 November 1901

k ! Volume Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 16. 1901. "Ill llll IT! 1 WIIIIIW I ill! IIMIIHJII Number 59. present were charmingly gowned. It was an Decision long to be re membered, and its success will load to the early formation of ;i dancing club. MURDERED Swell society uravo the lht real , ball of the season last evening in the large dining room of the new bote' al (' and Fourth streets. The elite had been looking for ward to this oceasion with happy anticipations for days pant, and their keenest .uitieipatory joys were realized when to the soft rythmatie music of ii popular waltz, there glided over the smoothly waxed floor over thirty handsomely dressed couple, representing the best fam ilies in the city. Informal in vita tions had been given to Unite whoso presence iro desired, and by nine clock most of them wuro present i the ball room. The music consisted of piano and violin. Joe Chambers was tloor manager and shortly after nine lie formed the couple for the grand inarch, which w...

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. — 16 November 1901

aimninimrninmninimmnitmnimnimnmimmmninK With the Indians in Alsk ; ON EXILE'S TIIU RUSSIAN SYSTEM OF ; BANISHMENT IS 3 DESCRIBED. LIFE SI Whun wo grow discontented, an wo lometlmm lo with our environment; annoyed Ikth''- the old shades nro faded, nml wo iiiiuiol nffurd now ones; the enrpots shabby nml tlie puma too lint to replace tliom with liner nnd more modish fntrics, when we com pnro oirsplvos with our nrUhlion anil iro vexed t n tliplr hiI ml r b. rpini our own. we niny flml u tonic In mnk ItiK ft pilgrlinimo to nn Alaskan home lays a writer In the Chrlsllnn Horalil Tho roil niiin In Alnskn. living with primitive simplicity, Is witlstled will q Hit) on tlin hiiarth, ovon If It hum In n smoky chimney nntl tho roof In blackened with tho soot. Ho asks for no luxurious easy chairs. A bench running around tho walls of the liv ing room lllla hi Ideal of comfort. Thick clothing Ih n must-bo, and ho and hl fnmlly Is fortunato If thoy nro swathed In thick woolens, or fur nished with sk...

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. — 16 November 1901

i .se?!) y y i'o: i,fi 1 CITY BRIGANDS s: A Pccullnr Abduction Co.so In Philadelphia. s:? (Philadelphia Letter.) Demure Philadelphia is greatly nu tated over tho arrival of Howard Sloan, hla half brothor, Knight Fln Ifiy, Henry 13. Wallace and Oscar S. Dunlop for tho abduction of Mabel (eodrich, a well known woman, who consorted with the glided youth of that city. Miss Goodrich was nccus tonicd to dress In the richest of fab rics nnd wore Jewelry of tho most ex ponslvo kind. She spent money free ly and It was thought sho always had considerable ready cash and was In a position to obtain largo sums at will. Tlir Atliltirtlnn. The young men arrested for her ab duction were In pressing need of mon oy and they resolved on bold meas ures to obtain It. It was decided by tho quartet that, If they could get the woman to a place of concealment and by cruelty make her dlsgorgo or ngrco to mako some of hor rich Intimates get tho money, tho plot could bo car ried out successfully and their Iden...

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. — 16 November 1901

7"! s Wv ;W '" iy HWfi7 WiflyW"'' Vfrirr-n ivMr rJT -vwmiiiij&ijwiuimhm s " w y ' frii n "wt"?? ;nt iviLQr7irwv fSKnrarfT,,nniiHnEVwanHnHHHHMi Ana.da.rko Daily Democrat. SHAW & HILL Puolisucns Pltl!.STO.V I'. Mil AW Kilitor Jj A. Ilit.r. HiisIik-m Manager SUIISCUtl'TlON U,vri:.s. One jour In advance - $-1.00 Six months in atlvanco . . ,iM)0 Three months In nilviuicc - $1.00 Advertising rates inmli) known on application. Application made (or transmission through the mails at the potlolllee 'it Annilarko, Oklahoma, us scctintl-olan-, until inrtMcr Anakakko, Oki.a., Nov. 10, 1001 INTERISTING TOTALS Statement of National Commissioner USiESS DIRECTORY OKLAHOMA LAND OFFICES Thorois Nothing in RohVonco to El Rono Ofiico- Ooraploto Roport of nil Others Washington, I). C. Nov. 15. Tlif statement of the commissioner of the I.'uul olliee, 3lr. Hinger Hermann, about the Oklnliouiii land olliecs contains some interesting totals be yond what was telegoaphed few iliiyH ago. There in notlii...

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. — 16 November 1901

Iff JWMUMn A Dealor Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. James Little, Dt Building Material a Specialty. We will not bo uihIithoM. C Street, between ftli Jind GtU. Bakery a!1 Coif ectioaery , ,1 First Block East of Lawton fl E WJJJrp p tl R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 J. . 7f IIKC, TfOp. The Palace Bakery. Now opened on H street west of the Court J louse. Fresh Bread always on hand. All kinds of Pas tries and Cakes that please the palate Lunch R.oom in Connection. Lunches at all hour. Cigars and tohucco. Come and see us. C. F. LI NDER, Proprietor. :si-:i" HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVK-CENT CIGAItt Put up In tin foil, always fresh. If you don't ee thoiu, call for them. KELLI KER, MAKER, aansatdraer.nSastmha :)K!m J. G.INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NKWSPAPFRS, STATION 15UY, BTC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth. :u-:im wSmmk Now Note? Washita;. M, Vv. n -TJ104 olio Central Connect rne so Every One Can Hear 9 ff I want to invito them to my ntore. 1 want...

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. — 16 November 1901

nsKi i V9 si fh m t-t i . WTTEgrroTmammt,iMtjr-inTrMwcanrfc.:mimiam A bill has ticcn prepared fur sub mission to Congress nt Its coming ses sion providing that, tliu cliff dwellings of Colornilo shall not bo ilcHtroycil by time or vandalism, but that tlicy hliall bo preserved for tbo butioflt of scloii tlflo Investigation In ftituio ywii Tlio measure provides tlmt tlio legion hut rounding thcHc liubltatlona of u pre historic rnco Bliull bo set npart as a natloilnl park, protected by the gov ernment for the uso and benefit of pos terity. These mnrvelous relics of American nntitpilty, for centuries Inaccessible to any but tlio boldest and most tireless explorers, hnvo nt last been opened tip by n llttlo band of enthusiastic women. Thu rulnn havo long been considered by iirchiicnltiglHti. to bo nmong tho lln est nntl most iinen-ntlng In the world nnil hn v Hinod niiii'Mt unknown mid wholly iics'li'i li'd in the Mnncas can yon of southwestern Colorado. On tho rare dcciihIohb when thoy h...

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. — 16 November 1901

M iii -I--. .M n V!'h!f!iJjV f.iiloiSt'lfr' VX.'!,.?t Kprous t0 lnn'l'o Now cows- I m clo S!l2A!i2!il;Sf;!il;f!:!!.,f!;U2Vl?fi!3: timid of cows. I never feel safe when , ' Tom Pratt '' ! i f'ii iijw ! ii '.V '11 Z in .. $x 3&x as? X & x &x m Though my hnlr In white, oveslcht a irood and plnnr. I re n see ahead on the truck at night Klrln'? Yes. for my eyesight's good As far us un engineer. 1 was young os you when t got my run, An' nil full of snap an' go An' I felt that llf wan well begun When I'd me the lire glow. An' think slip was making' steam fur me, Thnt hnil wiped on' rustled eoal. That I wasn't the servnnt of 73, Hut her life un' her brains an' soul. "Wliut not wrong with tho kid before that trip I never made out Just right. He was awful pale, an' lie dropped hl Up When I klsitd him an" Bays "flood night." An" In front of the gauge an' before tho glass Across In the fireman's place, In the llarln' llRhts of tho trains we pass I could see that little face. An' whe...

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. — 16 November 1901

I ij f- vu nr- v Methodist Mooting Meeting in new church. Sunday tuilmol at 10 a. in. All pupils mid oiliccrs in ntlciiilatiuu; bring others. Preaching at 11 n. in, by Piesiding Elder Palmer, followed by sacra mi'iital service. Epwoilh LeagoTp. m. Preaching nervice after League. Kirst Quarterly Conference Imih. iuess session in the lectures room to. night. All olllcial ineinlieiH are re jiU'Hled to bo roHont and all otliorM :i1ho invited. Let every Methodist line uj for tliu Master's nervier, Jlring your church letter. If no letter at hand give your intuits to the pastor and the letter ean eonio latur. Revival meeting hegiiiH in about two weeks. He icligious and everybody go to meeting tomorrow and take a lev. othcts with you. Everybody initit to the new uhuroh. 1). W. Kui.i.kii, Pftstol. Whnn in need of a Wind Mill. Tank, Pump or anything in tin and ditiot iron uorltunll on Arbogast fc Ilollingswoith, A Hlroet, between flth and (Ith. nfitf TIiii National Hank of Anadaiko is ready t...

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. — 19 November 1901

ANADARKO DAILY DEMOCRAT Volume 1 . Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 19. 1901. Number 61. A $20,000 ICE PLANT OF TWENTY TONS CAPACITY SOON TO BE BVILT IN ANADARKO. . K V th V f ANNUAL BEEP ISSUE CM METING Chandler was organized by tho Cap tain on what in nuw the court house square, on the 28th day of Septem ber, 18D1. He was also prominent in the work of raining f uikIh for and building the Congregational church, I the Hint church built in tho town. (He was clerk of the board of direc- COUNCILMAN FROM 1st WARD lto,:B of tJiat Vu throughout u8 existence and ih onoof its few mom- Mayor Appoints G. W. Frick Proper Sanitarium DiBCUBsed by Many Uitizens DROPPING GENTLY, Secretary of the Interior was Very Busy. The city council met hint night in tho council chambers with Mayor Divers in the chair, and all the councilmeu present. Mayor DiverH appointed G. W. Friek-as councilman from the 1st -ward to iill the- vacancy caused by the resignation of the counciiinau elected from that.ward. The conn ...

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. — 19 November 1901

a li VH i a A Boon To Humanity li what everyboty ay whs hai used '. a t Jacofe Of I ( 'Per It cures (rifimoM dt'l eult cases of MMmatltih ., tier evsry other lorrrrro treatment mi fsllej St Jacob Oil MYtr Mil. It Conquers Pain Price, 15c nJ 50c. HOf.Il tlT AM, DKlIKlm IN MHIlrtVg i --N ct . fir-:. B-r f. tu vu - cvTrf , ?. fe&ujwsmn - u -fttvs. 1 a---. ;v . - amm Mra.wTit- fr PRICE. 25 c. INFORMATION CONCERNING. the INDIAN TERRITORY HOMES, BUSINESS, INVESTMENT. MAP, LAWS AI1D TREATIES. Comrllad or U. H. Iiiill'in I und A 11 prnlsert. CO. 1'rk.a SO ceuu. l.NU.Thlt l'l'll CO roditao prepaid. MusKmcd. Ibd.Tar $8.00 ono of.the' buys best maile ftQQ Lb. platform Scales cvoV Sold. Woll mndo. WILL LAST A LIFC TIME. FULL blin rintform. Catolosruo free, loxii (Mi rAT the rnusim. l.NGilAUTON, ."(. t. ' 'It's easy enough to rim Into debt, .but It's hard to crivwl out. FITS Permanently Cure.1. No nti or narrnumeu after flrtt flay' ut or l)r Kline's Ureal Norve lle.taiidr. .Send for l'lti:i:...

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. — 19 November 1901

A IonnllNt MUatnnary In World. Th loneliest mllonary In all tin world la said to bo Nov. J. O. Spring er, whoso Etntlon la on Herrichel la land, near the nioutn of tho Mackcn tie river, woll within tho Arctlo lr clo. The latct rceolved letter from this most solitary man Is dated Oct 22, 1900. No ship has boon nt h'crschal Island for two winters, buJ the mls rlonnry's white nelchbors aro t1 Peel river, 250 miles away. Truth is mighty. Sometimes It's mighty uucomfortablo. WIIKK .OIT ltUV STAHCH b'iy Defiance nnd net the belt, 16 ex. foi IV cnts. Oncu usoil. alwavk ustd. Only a fool would trust s man who says the world owes him a living. ik you t'si: iALt nt.ui:. 0t 1n Cro llnll lllue, the XxStt Hull llluo. Largo 'i or.. jiricktiKe only fi cents. llrevlty may be either tho soul of wit or the poverty thereof. Plto's Cure U tho best mollclna ws over used for all tiflcctlonn of tho throit and lunt. WV O. Kmislxt, Vanburen, lud., Feb. 10, IWM. , Tho fccret of Ignoninco is not to know your ...

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. — 19 November 1901

.3utmammrm. . Jr , - f.?"' "I tMS V I Anu.du.rho Daily Democrat SHAW A HILL Punuimm i'UKHTON P. HllAW, Alitor J. A. Illl.l. liu'tliH'HH .MaiKifi'l' Smisciiii-noN Uatim. Olio j ear In advance - SUXI 3ixmintln liiadvunco - .2.()0 Three moiitlis In lulvuncc - 41.00 Advertising rates mmli' kimwn on application. Application umiiu for tnuii"inl-.l"i7n thmiigli tho iiiallitat tin- potol!lee t Aniiliuko, Oklahoma, us ouoii(1-i'1iias mull matter. Anaiiakko, Oi.i.a., Not. in, jiioi AT WHITE HEAT- About the Conition of the Jenkins case. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO .Washington to Sqimro tho Asylum Doal -Guthrio Stockholder Talk -and Soino Koop Out. Outline, (). T., Nov. 18. I'olit. ical interest in tlii' capital city con. tors in the gubernatorial situation. The litiHty trip of (iov. .lenkins to Washington, after strenuously de nying that any charges had been Mod against him, or that lie con. toinplated going to. the national capital, has caused a general belief that the charges am of a more sc rious...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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