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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 24 May 1902

V J ' A largo portion of the pugilistic tal ent of this country Is likely to be In England by Juno 1. Messrs. Ia and Ctavln, the representatives of the Na tional Sporting Club of London, who hae come to this country to get ath letes for the sports of the coronation festivities, evidently have enough money at their disposal to make three or four matches among leading Ameri can lighters. Although It has been reported that the Englishmen wanted Fltzslmmons and Jeffiles us attractions, it is hardly likely they will pay the figure that woouht bo demanded by the champion and the Cornlshman. KHz and Jeffries already have an Important engage ment, and will probably be content to fulfill It before making any further plans. It Is fortunate for the fighters that thcie Is a demand for their services In England. A good field has Just been closed to the heavyweights by the ac tion of the authorities of Louisville. Outside of San Francisco, Louisville was the best stamping ground for fighters, If ...

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. — 24 May 1902

"V'Vf 1"isr" "U-M?W5S5J S?P 3 ;i.xtr. 'su. : 't$iim MhMittfa MJW- "rfDffim-W """' " (' -tm '"HHWWJW nm'W i V H "' ' "jf T mwf - ',iwrjpTSIPf r'l"r,'.'1w ' "W' . R I 1 SECRET SOCIETIES. A. I & A. M. Meets first nnd ThiclTuesiHyiiof enchmonth n Masonic Hull, comer hlxth nml 1) streets Vlfcllltiir brethren cordially Invited. Thank FjUiwkm.. W. M. M. W. A. Meets every Tuewluy nlnht at 7:30 InMc .AnlncliIIull. L. K. McKniuiit, c, r. i. o. o. r. Meet" every Wedncsdny tiluht In McAnlncti Hull. Vlsltlni: brothers Invited. W. S. Mohhk, N. a. a. a. it. m. McKlnley l'ost No. OT, Deiit, ot OUln- liomo 0. A. It. meets cerv second nnd fourth .Monday evening In the probata court room at 7.30. J. C.'IIICHKV. Pout Couiinaudcr. .Official Directory of Caddo Co. lrobato Judce Chnrles F. Crum, Attorney Herbert I). Croiby. Treasurer W. II. CumiibelL Cleric Djke lliUllniccr. Dctiutv Clcrlt-J. C. Hendr ItORlstcr of Dreili Win. I. f jccy. Dcjmly Keirlster of Deeds A. W. Koontz. Sheriff Prank Smith. Burv...

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. — 27 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. VOI j. i. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., MAY 27, 1002. NO. 22(). Sflr tjnf) 4mWM9W AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! We take pleasure in inf rming the public that we liavo secured for thiH locality the exclusive representation ami selling rights of Jd -rrsrrcr tL This announcement comes as a triumphant finale 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, exquisit workmanship, greatest wear and durability, with a moderate price. After a thorough search of the markets we have found these factors so artistically united in Queen Quality Shoes that wch"avc no hesitation in assuring our 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 New and distinctive shipes, leather latest and best, styles adapt...

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. — 27 May 1902

fMFI?1IM TCVMHiMlillMilil1 1 J'i '' 'Y 'TW'VWi "Vf T. ' "-'"W vmr -v rj. . , .... ,(, -T ...y., . , - . . - -v t . TTITr -'VTi MUT Til UTTOfWiiTIMirmi Ml -I-nT r papfrajn" m "iraLMjffl- idtfMPt- fiMr'! 'Ill'f 'wiw Pictorial fiurnos as .-ar-r-. A ."T "37 - . ... - -- ' :r - - "- -iii llll IHIIIIIIIIIHII M 1 yJll 1 W hen the King Jriket. The 111 lit? inilcd When the king (miles tin; courtiers look pleasant "Well," ho said, 'tlicre'8 ono royal olllcliil wlioso presence wo enn dis pense with nt tho coronation." "Kindly nnnio him, your majesty," wild tho commandant of the Hoc-feat- TB. "It lfl tho Brand weather prngnoatl cutor," ropllcd tho monarch, and his Hinllu dcopancd. "And why will ho ho omitted?" In qulicd tho royal maeo-boarer. "Because" said tho king, as he gavo thorn tho niorry ha ha, "because the crown Is tho only old probabilities that wo need. Just as soon as It poos on It Indicates tho beginning of a lively reign." Then thoy all laughed together. ( A Future IliimnrUt. "Wo c...

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. — 27 May 1902

)l ff s Thoio Wounds That Will Not Heat. In i'iry heart nio secret wounds The face does not reveal; That rankle, ever, night ami day Those wounds that will not heal. tame cold neglect from those wo love, Who scorn the pain wo feel, Oft leave the heart oppressed and or With wounds that vjlll not heal. When from dear lips we oft have pressed Kail words that pierce like iiteel, trhey rend the heart with gaping wounds Which Time may never heal. 3'iine burled hope, some coffined form, The clods of earth conceal. Ilay doom the heart fore'er to bleed Front wounds that will not heal. Oh sad the tears that Mow unseen. That pillows moist conceal; That How from wounds so deep, so sore, No balm but Heaven may heal. Progress of Temperance Moreinent. Tho chronlclo of wonders, called the history of the nineteenth century, re cords victories of civilization trans cending those of tho previous fourteen hundred years taken together, and In its long list of moral triumphs the progress of temporance ra...

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. — 27 May 1902

rtwW&,3 "OK" "W 1"V"" .... V r rf .., ., in I I ill dWMHMW!inpi mMMMMMMMpUBSi w ?- i I 1! :V.4D ARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, PublUhers. PRESTON P. SHAW, - Editor. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. MnnnKor, SUIISCIUPTION KATES DAltVY. One your la advance - - $4.00 Six months In atlvanco - $2.00 Threo months In advauco - $1.00 WEEKLY 1'UHL.IsIIEH EVKIIY THUIIS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months CO Threo Months 25 Advertising rates raado known on Application. . Kntered at tho postolllce at Ana xlarko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall lhattor. A .Aadiiko, Okla..May 27, 1002. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOIt HCaiSTKIt OK DEEDS. I heroby announce myself as a can didate for tho oIllcH of register of deedB for Caddo county subject to the action of tho Democratic county convention to bo hold Juno U KitANit iioswoktm. C. M. Hloss, of Aimoho, announce ' ills candldacoy for the nomination ot Register of Deeds Of Caddo county, subject to tho action of the democratic county convention, Juno Utli, 1002. FOB COUNT...

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. — 27 May 1902

LOCAL NEWS. There wero 11 cases in court to day. The Douglas special at Earhcarts on 0 street. SlOtf Attorney Morris attended to le gal business at El Iteno yesterday. Thero was a large crowd at the allow yesterday. Earhcart carries a fine line of fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land mcar town. Enquire at this office. The Recce agency has a very nice business room to rent. 21(ltu Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Window shades 15 cents. Ana- darko Furniture Co. 102tf Bread is cheap. Ingram & lloff unan sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. C. M. Bloss of Apache, -candidate for register of deeds was in town estrdcy, taking in the circus, Wanted, at once,- men to plow ground close to town. Inquire here. tf. J. F. Dixon of the Bcnidict pa jicr company of K. C. called on the Democrat today. Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits at Earhcarts jplace on C street. 185tf Everybody look for the program of the Indian schoo...

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. — 27 May 1902

"'IJUWIiiyKariMMiiiMWiiiiii ii 1 wTpmj' Will jjhi mil m 1i uTi " --'"grflEg TiiliBMunTWiTnH ii nmxww ' .tVL"-' TjTlV " ' ' ' 1 ' K &r lrl '"' Homo l'olul on tlrauei. Browns Incrmlg la a good graBs for dry situations. It lias tlila against It. tli.it It grows In bunchns. nnd tho seed Is very expensive. Wo have seen It succeeding well at tho Wisconsin sta tion. It grows well In light, sandy soil, hut Is not averse to clay soil. Some seedspion advise sowing 20 pounds to ifcn aero. Sued catalogues list the seed at 30 cents pir pound In pound lots to $15 per 100 pound lots. Hcruiuda grass is usud extensively In tho Southern States, hut Is not con shlcied hardy In tho North. It Is bo llovcd, however, that It will dq well for the purpo3u of soil binding even In tho sections of tho country whoro It freezes down to the ground. It weighs 35 pounds to tho bushel. Hhodo Island Ilent Grass (Agrontis Canorla) Is ouo of tha best for laviiis, as It makes a good turf. It weighs 14 pounds to tho ...

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. — 27 May 1902

I SPm- I'.rry Ilsy H tlio I oil ll.ij. Rome skies may lie gloomy, Some mGiuents be sad, Hut somewhere, always, Sottii souls may bo glad! Tor true Is the soylnj; Proclaimed by tne seer 'i;aoli (I .y Ib the best dny Ot homebody's ar!" Kiich day finds a lieio. Kadi day helps a saint. Kneh day IiiIiiks to some ono A Joy without tint; Though It may not bo my turn Or yours that Is near "Koch day Is the beat Of homebody's ytur!" The ctlcndar sparkles With ilnjs that havo brouRht Home prize tlint was longed for, Borne pood that v. as sought ; Ulsh deeds happen dally, Wide truths prow more clear "Knell day Is the. bept ! Of homebody's )car!" No sun ever roto Hut brings Joy behind; No sorrow In fettirs The whole earth can b'.ud; - How hellish our f letting. How narrow our fenr Knch day Is the best Of somebodj's year!" -l'ltls-burg MUhodlst-Ilecorder. f How to Cut a Tear In Two. A pear suspended from the celling ly a piece of thread is to be cut ex actly In halves as it falls, after burn ing t...

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. — 27 May 1902

nijpinii lauiiiiii-miiiiwwpyiiiilMiiiliwwiiilii ijhwi Jump mi9Wpm paw" Don't forget the circus on Mon. -lay, May 20th. American beef is 21 cent a pound in the U. S., and only 14 iu Lou rtlon. .1. L. Byrne loHt Ins finohay pony Jtlondny caused by eating rotten corn clio)H. All the Democrat force attended the show", and consequently wc did jiotgct out tlio Dkmockat. Men who call themselves Demo crats and act like llcpuhlicans arc not tiafo leaders for the Democrat party. sVerde V. Nardcastlo Hpont Sat urday iu Apauhc looking up the po litical situation. Every good nian must beleivc his neighbors to bo honest and true until ho finds them out to be other wise. If yon have anything to sell, if you will let it be known through the Dkmocuat you will have no trouble in getting a buyer. Mrs. llcneryctt.'t llagcr died yes tcrday about 10 miles north of Ft. Oubb. ltolatives telephoned to D. Turner last night for a collin. George Hannah of Apache ih in town. He is ono of the prominent Democrats...

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. — 28 May 1902

bs . Anadarko Daily Democrat. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., MAY 2H. 1002. g NO. 22H. &l vol. 1. g g ij AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! Wo take pleasure in informing the public tli.it wo have secured for this locality the exclusive representation niul selling rights of f rzr ... ..i . ., ..,, . . JikMOUS Shoe WbMEN . This announcement comes as a triumphant finale to a long-continued effoit on our pait to secuie for our selling that make of shoes that bent combined the features of graceful and correct design, wide choice in styles, exquisit workmanship, greatest wear and durability, with a moderate price. I J lit" ' "Q8EEN QUALITY" SHOES were Awarded SOLD MEDAL at Buffalo Nc , ..ud uisliiu..''' -hipes, le.ithii latest and bent, styles adapted foi all purposes ai. 1 "cessions for dices, home, golfing, walking or storm wear. Price for any stIe of Coot, $3.00. Price for any style of Oxford, $2.50 and $3. FREE,! Japanese MAFKiHs- ' J. JOAU C.HUHCHJUPPERS SOCIETYD!MNERS TOR WHICH' M. EAL 1RAN...

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. — 28 May 1902

Old JSfet& JorHi ILandmarf Jjut week workmen began tearing down the old Du K-uicoy hniMu, on Ili'iithcotp Hill, near Mamiironeck, N. Y Tlio property had been sold In partition proceeding, ami hail paused out of the possession of tlio Inst of the Do Lanccy heirs. The hot!3o wan built In 1792 on a high knoll overlooking the Inlet, mid on the site of a brick limine erected In 1G97 and burned Just before tho Revo lutionary war. The original house, known as Ilcuthcoto Manor, was oc cupied by Col. William Itcathcotc, tin oaily settler and slave owner. The house was nearly surioundcd, It I Bald, by the quarters occupied by Col. Ilcathcote's Hlnvos. After the death I-anrcy, ono of the helm, bought tho Interests of his cousins. Do U'incny had been a cnptnln In the British army, but In 178!) ho resigned his com mission and went to Mumaroncck. lSf THE OLD Ho erected tho house now being de molished, and lived there with his family until his death. In one of tho curlier visits of James Coope...

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. — 28 May 1902

KkIi In Ilia Own Xnuie. A nro mist nml n planet, A crystal and a cell, A jellyfish nml a saurian, And chvcs where the cavemen dwell ; Then a sense of lnv and beauty, And a face turned from the clod Sump call It Involution, And others call It God A hnzo on the far horizon, The Infinite tender sky; The ripe, rich tlut of tne cornfield, And the wild Kccse salhnK IiIkIi : And all over uplnnd and lowland The charm of the Koldciirod Some of us call It Autumn, And o trier call It God. Like the tide on a crescent pea lieach, When tho moon I new and thin. Into our hearts high yearnings Come welling nnd surging In come from the mystic ocean Whose rim no foot has trod Some of uk call It Longing, And others call It God. A picket frozen on duty, A mother starved for her brood, Socrates drinking tho hemlock, And Jri.UH on the rood; The million who. huinbie and nameless, The Ftrulght, hard pathway trod Some call It Conaecrntlon, And others call It God. Prof. Carruth in New York Times. Fellotvshtf ...

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. — 28 May 1902

ANADARKO DEMOCRAT. SHAW & BLANKENSHIP, Publlshm. PRESTON P. SHAW. L. D. BLANKENSHIP. . . Editor. . Mnnnxur. SUllSCItHTION KATES DAILY. One ye.ir in advance - - M-00 Six months In advance - 12.00 Three months In advanco - 1.00 WKKKIV l'UHMHlIBU EVERY T1IUUS DAY. One Year ','00 Six Months W Three Months "5 Advertising rates mado known on application. Entered at tho postolllco at Ana dnrko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall inattor. AlfAnAHKO, OKLA..MAY 28. 1002, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. von congkkss wm. m. cuoss. ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ... l"OB IMIOHATE JUDGE i i tr TT...lnct1n iiTinnuncnB his candidacy for tho nomination of Pro- bato JuiltfO oi wwuio county Buujmi. i" tho action of.tho Democratic conven tion Juno 0th. nr.. .. finttmfWnfl tn rmtlOUIieu M. N. Ciish of Aiiadiirko, a candldi.to for tin-nomination of ProbaJo .Tudo of Caddo county, subject to tho action of the Democrat convention .iuuu u. KOU THEASOUEB. Wo aro authorized to announce Morris Leo Hito of Ft. Cobb, as a ll.l.., f.n. rPi...

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. — 28 May 1902

w -vrftffcv4?vjH??M' $? LOCAL NEWS. The city 'dads' failed to meet laHt night. The Douglas special at Earhcarts on C street. 2l0tf Mrg. Pick Black's sister of Chick ash a is visiting her. Earhcart carries a fine lino of fruits and confectionery on C St. Wanted A man to break land near town. Enquire at this oflicc. Drs.Boyd and attorney Mc Knight ygdethe Masonic goat last night. The Recce agency has a very nice business room to rent. 21 (HO Go to Silver Moon Restaurant on C street for square meals. lOltf Window shades 15 cents. Ana darko Jlurniture Co. 102tf Ureafl is chcan. Ingram & lloff .man sell bread 2 and 4 cents a loaf. The friends of Mib, Carl Glitsch n ill be sorry to hear she is no bet ter. Wanted, at once, men to plow ground close to town. Inquire here. tf. It is a very poor way for a wo man to catch a man by pursuing ihini. Dainty confectionaries and a full line of choice fruits at Earhcarts place on C street. 185tf All Indians are good when they are asleep but they a...

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. — 28 May 1902

r,l Mr m k .i wv i i a i, m w r v"i y 1 -i i nrv v u i 1 VWMflMi 1, -a 4. ?. , Wf Aronti'l tlin llcnrtli. l.lki- lew fft t'lruuiut tl' Ilio 'lhi Iiitp chilly night, When tli' iliullilninu wind uutit'.do Kind ' kuiiHi an' hltee; l.lku tmv hnfil ii' net nn. 1 oeic 14 W hiiti 1 .do, : 'JVI I'm kind n' nnlcherly hntphtralril thru, Mice lew t cironml th' lire; H 11 rni m fmt, 1-Jlng! Dilnkln ililcr wluit lt' Bot Jrn a Utile Hilnuj l.tki' low WHtc Ii th' children piny 'Ituund mo on tli lloor. While 1 cat my niiploii up Clmil down tew tli' core. l.lko tw nut ci round th' llro (flowlii. wnrin mi' red, Aftrr nil tli' rambllrn I lev kiii off tew boil: I.lkn tew ot nn Llink nn' ncd To'nl th' npiirkH tlift Imp Jen irnlint DiiD-fourth nunl.e An' tlin t'-foiiDlm ihUcp. Odd Drlnklni; Cup. Wlion every man got drunk and was proud of It. In olilon days, much in genulty wag oxpended In tho ronstruc tlon of queer and elaborate drinking etscls, mid ninny such mo yet to be found In mutton ins, especially...

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. — 28 May 1902

The Opnlenoe of Content. I am not rich In heaps of ollnw Rolil, Hut. when the bubbling bobolink has tolil Jlli drcnmltiK of the twilight. In thu morn, Mj hoiirt o'crflows. no much of Joy I hold. t I am not clothed In xcnrlet robe of kings; But. when the crliniou mrtllnal so plug'. That 8onR nnd rtttinent Hash lit unco on me I hnve the ermine nweet, ultliom the ftlllRS. Not mlno the learn"-- some me lhul Htil when I hear u lnmlikln, from nfnr, Hli-atlnc, anil care It fiom the -pit, iny , Joy Is great ns had I found an unknown star. I have not castle, lands, nor gems of art; Dut not for these would I my tremuro part Content enough to fill my soul with peace. An overflow of gladness for my heart, Aloyxlim Coll In Succcd3. "One Million In 11)05." "One mlllnn members In 1005," !s the slogan of .the United Brotherhood of Railway Employes. The organiza tion was formed at Rosebury, Oregon, Jan. 27, 1901. it alms to cover nil white employes engaged upon steam railroads, also white ex-rallway...

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. — 28 May 1902

Tho eamo hand that makes people 3ovo musio and flowers makes tlicm .Koctablo and kind. Hot ready for tlio great K, P. julculo tomorrow wcok. Tlicre'l bo "lienps of acting up. "When a man is always striving gust to pleaso others lie lacks the moral eourago to do right. -It is Btrango that every time some wiuaUcflJto4ogjgxry. man, in ILcaring turns to see if ho is the one wanted , If yon havo anything to sell, t if 3'ou wUl lot it bo known through tho aJxMociiAT yoa will have no trottblo in getting a ljuyor.'. . That a man should tell his wife all ho knowB,dopcnds altogether on -what kind of a wife ho has and yx ho knows. A good woman is the noblest -work of all God's creation, but nheroaroas many different grades as there arc in lead pencils. It is said that money talk?, but "tho success of a pecunary enterprise frequently dopendson the ability to Jtccp porfootly still. llouso and lot in block f0 for nale, or will trado for good claim close to town. See Jb E. Ponn fc Co. !il3t(l Past...

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. — 29 May 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. VOL. 1. ANADARKO, CADDO CO., OKLA., MAY go, 1002. & NO. 222. jg s XHtejBEEESEEffljHiEil AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! Wc lake pleasure in informing the public that we have secured for this locality the exclusive representation and wiling rights of (y)tie&fi rtf. 'wimjiii' r jt&MOUS Shoe omety This announcement conies as a triumphant finale to a long-con-' turned effort on our part to secure for our selling that make of shoes that Lest combined the features of graceful and correct design, wide choice in styles, exquisit workmanship, greatest wear and durability, with a moderate price. "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES were Awarded . GOLD MEDAL at Buffalo . New and distinctive phapes, leather latest and best, stlcs adapted for all purposes and occasions--for dress, home, golfing, walking or stoi m v ear. Price for any style of Boot, $3.00. Price for any style of Oxford, $2.50 and $3. I . . mmmMmmmaaKamam'mBmMmmtmmBm FREE ! &r. JAPAiSEjAPKIriS TO ALL OJWiCa SU...

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. — 29 May 1902

CHICAGO WOMAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL KINDERGARTEN UNION. Mrs. Alice II. Piitiinm o Chicago, hns been electeil president of the In ternational Kindergarten union. The election was held nt Iloaton, where tho organization, however, was con ferred upon a western woman. The other ofllcors chosen were: Vice Presidents, Mrs. Lallah II. Plngree, rrotllglone Forco n( a Cyclone. Careful estimates of the 'force of n cyclone and tho energy required to keep the full-Hedged hurricane In ac tlo operation reveal tho presenco of a power that makes tho mightiest of forts of man appearas nothing In com parison. A force fully equal to over 400,000,000 horse power wa estimated an developed In a WeBt Indian cyclone. This is nbout fifteen times tho power than can ho developed by all the means within the range of man's ca pabilities during tho same time. AHtcntors unit Crocodiles. The Alligator never leaves fresh water, while tho crocodile often goes to sea, and In tho West Indies ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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