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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 November 1901

i Deiiler In , Hardware, Stoves Tinware. and James Little, Building Material a Specialty. C Street, between fith and 6th. We will not bo undersold. :U-3m Bakery a Coni ectioivery. 1 First Block East of Lawton 1? XKFlr n J R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 T W IIKC, frop. ::i-:im ? HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVK-OENT CIGAR? Put up In tin foil, nlwayrf frcMi. If you don't son them, cull for them. KT? 1 llPD lIACP A STREET. NEAR SIXTH. ltll-l-l lCn, IVIArStrl, anadarko. Oklahoma :n-:im J.G.INGRAM, Fresh. Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NEWSPAPFKS, STATIONERY, KTG. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, :ti-:im The Palace Bakery. Now opened on B street west of tli onrt Houne. Fresh Bread Jilwnyn on luiud. All kinds of I'ns tries und Cakes that please the palate Lunch Room in Connection. Lunches at all hours. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LI NDER, Proprietor. Hello Central Connect me so Every One Can Hear I want (o invito tliom to my Htoro. I wiuit their busino...

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. — 19 November 1901

r ... .4 ftiK- ! - El'-. f ' r j.' gy f IKt- fo ft i' ft: LtF" V 'i IK-' ih ft, . ? ,'1 j IK' ;. 8 Anadarko Democrat. If Show & Hill, Publishers) ANAIMIWO, - - I Old Story Of Aged People Deeding OKLAHOMA.' Farm Tt Children, OKLAHOMA AM) l.NIMAN TKIlltl fOllY 'I'lii! docket at Shawnee 1ms 105 crim f ii nl oaves. Mnngutn, Greer county, Is thu oldest town In Okliihoni.'i. I'm; delivery of malls litis been in augurated at Shawnee. Highly acres adjoining Shawnee has Iuh'uh wild for S'.'O.OOO. Work Is commenced on tin1 new bank building at Persimmon, Okln. Tile 0. (). t (lulf railway has maile a division point of Oklahoma City. Ilurglars took SIM) worth of goods from a harilware store at Shawnee. Thu Osage reservation Is full of hunt , tj'ri. who are exterminating the deors. The work of erecting n SIA.OOO Pros liyturlan church in Oklahoma City has begun. Anudiirhu's llrst lire burned 10 tons of baled hay. llelng the, llrst It wan 1'Xcitlllg. Uobt. Frost, a farmer near l'awnee, was kll...

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. — 19 November 1901

fi rttlCJMiEI fill. Were at Work on the New United States Prisoni ROBBING FARMERS ENROUTE. Leavenworth, Kim., Nov. 0. One man wns killed, three others dangitr ously wounded nnd twenty-six desper ate eonviels nre at lnrge tis the result )( h mutiny lit the site of the now Uni ted .States prison, where tot) prisoners from the federal prison, In charge 'of thirty armed guards, wore at work. When tlie tronhlo begnn the rebel llous prisoners had only two revolvers. These revolvers had been secreted In one of the avails of the building. Uus Parker, of Ardmore, I. T., oneof the ringleaders of tho mutiny, nnilor pretense of a necessity, walked (o tho corner of the stockade, where tho re vivors were concealed and nncler eo-er oi some weeds secured them without RSiOig detected. Ho returned to tho i,.in(f ami passed one 01 mo revolvers 10 Prank Thompson, a negro from South Me Uester, I. T., who secreted It about his person. Arthur frelford, an armed guard, vho Is In charge of all the convicts,...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 19 November 1901

tttBy"wMPBf!'!WW"l"WiWfM'T-r,"-TTif mini i 1 1 "'MhWIMiiiA( HimWflrthf TiTgijTi ,-ar twijjpM Ml4illMtariMMWMMHM' rjuuil,...l m HMMM "im '".' ,a ,- . . Hll&? X - R.f ' ,hi W H, m l'or coal, Hour, fcctl mid grail. cc Leach it Peacock, tf Leach it Peacock limidlo Hour, roal, and grain. See them, tf Have, you seen Leach As Peacock? Thoy liandlo coal, feed, Hour and grain, tf Fun Ki:st Two good iiiifuiiiinh cd rooniH. Pleasant location. Ad dress, W. II. C. care Dkmockat. 51 tf When in need of a Wind Mill, Tank, rump or anything in tin and dicet iron work call on ArbogaHt t HollingHWortli, A Htreet, between .Mil and Htli. 'r''r'-f The National Hank of Anadarko iH ready to receive bids on building to bo erceced. Bids must be in by! tliu '-'0. lwfili Satisfaction is our motto. We' do all kindH of sheet iron work, giavel roofing etc. Arbogaht it llollinghwortb, A Htrcct between Mil and iltli. f'Mf Mitchell it Ilardcastle, lawyers .invito their friendH to call on them at their new olliee ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

ANADAR :vj h - i m ( 1 Volume 1 . A $20.000 ICE PLANT OF TWENTY SPEED DECLINES Saying He will Not be the Governor j OF OKLAHOMA TERRITORY.! He ib Well Satisfied with tho At tornoy-Qenoralship and will bo bo ii Candidate for Re Appointment Guthrie, O. T. Nov. 1'J. In the district court today Frank Kills, slayer of Forms Clayton plead not 1 gumy 10 tne charge of murder in i the Hist degree. His trial was -t down fir .Monday, Xov. 25. The grand jury returned indiet . inents against John Kly and Frank Daniels for burglary, John McKoc for assault with intent to kill and 11. WatMin for grand larceny. Frank KUis, charged with iniir. dor, and Thomas Lipscomb, Jwth plead not guilty. The jury in the nave of . w Smith charmed with grand larceny, returned a verdict of rfiiilty and sentence of the court was rtserved. Horace Speed was in this citv he tween ti.iiim today and in answer to a que Htion regarding tho "ovcrnor Hhip of'OklHhoiria, and whether the name had been tendered him. he n marked ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

j P a ?.- v , 3 , kt i"? E I-,- N-'. IlV 6. FARM AND GARDEN t,on- II mny yct pnjr wcl1 to protcct X11UM. mi "'-''aomo of our fruit troos with nets. MATTERS OF INTEREST 10 AGRI CULTURIST3. Holnrt, ITtnl)nln lllnM Alton! Cllltl tHlliin lit Hie hull unci llrlilt llirrmf lliirtliiilturu, Mlleulturu hmiI 1 lurliiilturu. Tint l.frillt. TI10 plnnt herewith Illustrated Is tho I. until, known Hcluntlllcnlly us lens usculpntn. It Ih a Hinnll branching plant with ilcllcnto poa-llku loaves. Tho mnnll whlto llowers growing In pairs lire followed by flat pods, each con taining two very Hat round scuds, con vex on both sldea. Unllku tho pen nnd liuiin, thu lentil Ih eaten only whun fully rlpo. Tho brown or reddish lentil Ih Biuallcr tlinn thu yellow, but of moro dollcato tlavor. Thu luutll la ono of tho most nnclent of food plants, prob ably ono of thu IlrBt to bo brought tin dor cultivation by man. It has been Krowu from eurly times In Aula nnd In the Mediterranean countries. Tho reddish Egyptian...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

h l"M feH&iHHH'HK ... . ... 8 XjW I lift lIVOVlI T i Thanksgiving, though commonly re garded as being from Its earliest be ginning n distinctively New England festival and Puritan holiday, was originally neither. Tho first, New Eng land Thanksgiving was observed by tho Popham colonists at Monhcgan, In tho Thanksgiving Bcrvlco of tho Church of England, "Giving God thnnks" for safe arrival and many other liberal blessings, says Mrs. Earlo In hor "Customs of Old New En&land " Days set npnrt for thanksgiving were known In Europe before tho Ref ormation, and wcro In frequent use by Protestants afterward. But tho first New England Thanksgiving wns not a day of religious observance, but a day of recreation. Edward Wlnslow writing December 11, 1G21. to a friend In England, Bays: "Our harvest be ing gotten In, our governor sent four men out fowling so that wo might, alto a spo 1 il rra n r, rejo co together after we had gathered tho fruits of our labors. Tho four killed as much fowl,...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

It , ... ' A.' h re ft Anadivt'ko Daily Democrat HAW A. HILL PuiLitHtns l'ltlWUM l HHAW ''(liter J. A. Illl-r,. .. I!inhi'n Milliliter HUIISOUIITIO.S I (ATI'S. Olio joiir liuulvuiuv - l.(i() Six iiiciitlii In advance - '.(.'( i Three months in uilviuii'i' 41.00 Advertliiiii tat i'-. inuilp known on iii)lic .linn. Applfuatii -i maite iiir trutisitiissiiin tlironti the tn.itlf nt the pnstofllcu ut Anidnrkn. Oklahomn, iw ?condcliti Mini) n vHr. Anaiuko, Oki..., Nov. ), 11)01 Notes of Two Territories Thu HI Uotioieinoerut says that (nu Musoogoo noiivcntiuu was "mi Aggregation of wiud-jainuicrs." An !Wit'.-r;;inilliii; and ltit ma chine ortiMiido ih in progress at Okla homa, t'ity and Kl Keno. kogardlcss of tho charges tiled gainst hint, (Jov. Jenkins will lie a luuky man if lie escapes the trickery dT inun who oliiiiii to be his friends. 'I'hoodoro .Jeffries of Seward, had IiIh left, arm torn otV at the Hhoiilder liy tho accidental discharge of his tin. He died from the effect of hiii i...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

James Little, Deiilor Hardware, Stoves a.nd " in nnware. Building Material a Specialty. 'c will not in- iiiKlt'ivold. c Street, between 5th and (5th. :n-:!m IB AKERY aa Coivf ectioaery J. F. Wilke, Prop. k I Wirsi Block East of Lawton R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 3 Kim The Ralaice Bakery. Now opened on B street west of the purt House. Fresh Hread always on hand. All kinds of Pas tries and Cakes that please the palate Lunch Room in Connection. Lunches at all hours. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LI NDER, Proprietor. HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVE-CENT CIGAK? Put up in tin foil, ulwajt. fresh. If you ilon't mo tliein, call for thoni .KELLIKER, MAKER, :n-:iin A STREET. NEAR SIXTH. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA J. G.INGRAM, Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NKWSL'APFKS, STATIONERY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifth and Sixth, :ti-:im ello Central Connect me so Every One Can Hear 1 want to iuito tltoin to mv ntoio. I want tlii-ir linsiiios-. I huf it lino list of l...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 20 November 1901

1-J, , ,? t..l ' ,. .- Jjaai.i8Srfai'aBBW!" 4 ?' lv " J ' &-. w- It ly PJ MR WOKEN AND HOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAID3 AND MATRONS. Ihr Vrll lint (lone Tim (Jiii.en In Out of .Miiiirnlnu Mini tlm King l in rupplo Hitlerm In Wuiiniii Dreit 1'ncU About Olil l.me. pahsimi in' tiii: vi:it. King Edward and ijUbon Alcxnnilrn have had tliulr last mourning photos litknii. Tliu olllchil torm of ntlof ban uxplrcd, mid tliulr royul hlghnowioH will hurouftor bo taken In tlio ermine, uuil tliu purple, hut not In blnck. Tho Quoun Iiiih laid iikIiIu her veil of cnipti, upon which tliu crown posed no Jauntily In tlio spring and Biitiimer, nnd now bIiu wears tlio moHt beautiful cos tumes m varl-tolors, thoiiKli for the moflt pnit In gray, no hur ninjesty Is very partlnl to that shudo. The King will hereafter don IiIh army uniform or wear citizen's clothes, na may pleaHc him, hut tliu heavy deal black of mourning will not bo noticed, bays tlio Philadelphia Press. Tho !n8t mourning photo of their...

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. — 20 November 1901

.S' STAIIS AKK I'ANOY I'UICKS. Tho players at present hold the key to tho baseball situation, anil they nre Improving Its possession by hooping tome of tlio magnates guessing. Whllo a Inrgo number of National and Amer Icun lcnguo players signed contracts (or next year boforo the closo of tho playing season, some of the stars (and pome who aro not) nre still fnncy free, and tho chief Interest theso days Is in wntchlng tho efforts of tho rival leagues to land thorn. But the players realize their oppor tunity. Thoro nro not enough tried players to go around with two big leagues In tho market nfter talont, and the cousc(iienco Is many players aro placing exorbitant values upon their services, liven second-raters arc de manding big money for playing next year, nrgulng that they can play one leaguo against the other. Tho argument is all right from tho pfayeM' standpoint, and no " one blames them for reaping as large a harvest as possible from tho existing situation. Hut the wise man will ...

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. — 20 November 1901

Kor coal, tlour, feed ami gran. nee I.cauh t Peacock, tf l.eauh ifc Peacock haiulli tlnir, i .1 i ....:.. k.'.... ii ("' CIIJII, UII1I I ill II. tl'l' IIIVI1I. til Have you mich l.oaoh it Pcaoock? Thuy handle, coal, few I, Hour anil Krai it. tf l)ii Hum- Two good mifilrniidi fil rioiii8. Pleasant locution. Ad Iri'HH, W. II. (.'. enio, Dkmocuiat. M tf When in need of :i Wind iMill, Tank, l'uinp or anything in tin and heet iron work unit on Arboant A', llollingHWorlli, A wtruet. helweeii -ith mill ittli. 'Mf Tlu! National Hank of An.ulaiko is runily to rueuivc bids on tituidiiiK ' bo (UVCt'l1!.. Hull IllUht W ,!i b till! J0. ' lw'4 Hntisfni'ttuti is our ni"tt". Wi do all kind of shout r ii. Krnvtil roofing utc. Arhogiv. v I lollingsworth, A Mired bet .v i ' . I and tltli. '.'' i Mitchell Si UnnlcaMlc. l.nvyiiH) invitf their friends to call on them j at their now ollit'u room;, Nns. j and i! in tin; Moigan building. liuM IAQUOU XOTNK. Territory if OMnliiiran. ' ,., Oailifn County. I w ...

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. — 21 November 1901

ARKO DAILY DEMO Voluhio Anadarko, Oklahoma, November 21. 1901. Number 63. .000 ICE PLANT OF TWENTY TONS CAPACITY SOON TO BE BVILT IN ANADAR.KO. CRAT JtAJLM rm S C ll (liniiil llri! n ' KLUHOMA IBS .In r ii T i i itbaources oi me mnian Territory. STATISTICS OF INTEREST. K V, Together With Oklahoma Would lUlinu It M1U11U UlULUi Washingtor, Nov. 21. SptcialJ l'. S. Iiihjm ctiir Wright for tho. In- R. fll.'lM 'IVrrit.nl'V. Ill lllu rininrt. Hindi lypuUio today, enters into an olabo- rate statement of mutters in his do pal tmont. Tlii' entire report anil appendix cover '.'.iV printed pages. Tho recommendations which he makes, u hicli are interesting to this section, an- an follow: "The mi-ert!eil condition of af faiiH ihrough-'iit Inilian Territory must neeemartiv continue throimh the transit rj period until towns are surwycd ami platted and lou thoioin di-q limn! of, citizens en rolled, laud appraised -and allotted -and tlie several tribal governments, with their various forms, extin gu...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

Tapping lfir Ilnlibe-r Trars. Wlion l'ura rnhlior trcca aro tapped, nftcr tho 1511m Iiiih run into rucrptnclus and ntiffpiioil, a HpecleH of Inrgo black nnt Ih ncctiBtuinvil to cut out plocoH ol tho rul)l)ur niul rnrry thuni awny. Hues iiImo llml linen for Imlln rubber, nml hoiiiu spt'clt'H In South America actual ly ruHinoiiH HiilistnnccH In ontnr to rauo n flow of tlin. wii. The gum 1.1 umployuil liy the bceH hb a ruuily-innild wax for their neHtu. True wImIoiii can only bo purchased with tlio coin of experiuuec. .Inputi's llspnrls nml Imports. In 1808 Japan's export ami Import trmlo amounted alloK ther to 2(1.2-10,-645 yon. or silver dollar.. In 1890 It reacliud the flKiirn of 135 331,820 yon. llin lllirnifjtn Kihiiiq;. The Iliirmi)ni naiing In n harp, tlm tiudy belli); modeled llku n boat, with n lonK Iiik.1i prow. The Instrument hns n dcale rout low A In the Iiosh clef to V In tlio 0 clof. It Ih used to accom pany vorn.1 mimic. RELIGIOUS HEADING, i I)lrivrrer nf l.wprnsy Itiirl...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

i5F U it h I DIANA OF THE CHASE DETROIT GIRL WHO IS FOND OF BAGGING BIG GAME. Was MllUn It. Tnylur, n I'etlte -nnt) or IVIiiiiii tlie Clly of tlio Hlr.ill. It ns lrtiuil us Can llo--l'untt of Life on the Vlutut. (Special Letter.) Mies Llllluti Ii. Taylor of Detroit. Mich., Is ft very remarkable youns. woman, who prefers to summer on n Western ranch Instead of at a fash ionable resort, and who shoots heart and kills ruttlcsnnkcB In placo of piny Inn golf, to pass away the time. Miss Taylor's father onus a ranch In Montana, near Uutte, nnd thither the young lady hied herself early In Juno as she has been In the habit of doing for several nummcrs pant. Shu Is a devotee of horseback riding, nnd one morning soon after her arrival at the ranch, while taking her constitutional she found that the big traps had closed over a huge bear, who was growling and roaring in pain. -Miss Lillian al ways carries her ride when out on horseback, and as sho ncared tho mon ster and viewed tho situation, s...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

- J 1 t Antvdivrko Dsvily Democrat, Uy PRESTON P. SHAW, Editor owl Publlshor. HITIIHCHIITION ItATtJS. Onoj oar In advance Six months In advance TIi run months In iuIvhuc" I.(M 2.0 $1.00 Advertising rates iniiiUt known on iiiplloiitlon. Applloailon mini for tmusml-sUjii tlirOllgll tit MIHlU III. tile WJt0lll0 At Aimlurku, Okliiliomii, as Hoconiholitfi mnll limit or. . An'aii.wiko, ()ki.a., Nov. 11, 1U01 Goto I.euoh it Peacock fori'oal iiml Hour. If V. II. Divers it Co. have rented a Htorc loom on 11 Httoel, now moio liroporly willed Divers at rent, and are putting in n larg- ami up to tint' rttnok of wall paper. L II. Portolwilch, of Kniil, i onruiito to Amuliirko with hit out in' family mill a l,'-'0t) mock of gro ceries. II will otfUy tin AIUUt Htorc room. .lodge. iMatliuny 1ib rented two additional rooim ami now has a handsome olliee suite on the "oith nido of tho wpiaro. J. Ii. Uyriic, tlm rotil estate man, o Hi ecu with him. See August Woruor this week for painUf, oilf, fe'lans ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

W I PI w. Dealor Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. James Little, X Building Material a Specialty. C Street, between fith and tli. Wo will not bo undersold. .11 -3m Oakery aac Confectionery First Block East of Lawton f? W!fl1, n i- R.R. Track, Lot 6, Block 39 J. F W 1IKC, Prop. The Palace Bakery. Now opened on 1 wtreet west of tin ourt House. Krenh Bread nlwiiys on luiud. All kimta of Pas tries mid Cakes that please the palate Lunch Room in Connection. Lunches at all hours. Cigars and tobacco. Come and see us. C. F. LINDER, Proprietor. :u-:im V L HAVE YOU TRIED "The Annie Darkey" FIVE-CENT CIGAIt? Put tip In tin foil, always fresh. If .von don't see them, cull for them. KELLI KER, MAKER, aWWaWm1!; 31-3m J.G.INGRAM. r Fresh Candies, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco. DAILY NEWSPAPFKS, STATION WHY, ETC. B Street, Between Fifxh and Sixth, .U-.'Im SHOFNER &SON, Have Just Opened Up a New Stock of ... GROCERIES. Give them a call and get prices. A St., between ftth and 7th :n-:im L. w Go to A...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

I Anadorko Daily Democrat SHAW h. HILL, PubUit.uk ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. Andrew Cnrneglo'ii Wlf 1 Charming fftml Vl Inn Woninti. Mrs. Androw Carnegie, tho wife of tin- great Btcol magnate, Is n very charming, vivacious nml moilol wom 11 ii , but la nveruo to imlillclty. Shu lias a horror of tho Interviewer uml pre fers to bo regarded merely ns the mis trtHH of Sklbo enstlo rather than as a person of public Interest. A good story Is told of the devotion In which her husband regards her. A pretty little, uustom which Mr. Cnrneglo adopts nt her dinner parties Is to put Into a ernull silk bag slips of paper bearing tho names of all tho ladles present. Then, Just beforo dinner Is nnnounecd, hIio curries tho bag round to all tho malo giiPHla nnd each "dips" for hid partner nt tnblo. Ono ovenlng Mr Cnrneglo "drew" his wlfo. Ills boylRh delight was Im mense Holding the Blip of paper sn that nil the company could i,eo tho niiino Inscribed thereon, ho playfully Invited the men to mnki bids for I...

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. — 21 November 1901

nt Count In ICntnAf. 'o county, averaging onlr vo tho sea lovol, Is tho low- Kansas. Choyonno conn- Colorado border, 1,000 feot ca, Is the highest. C1 of a llnlf-MIIllon. it CJoorgo N. Kennedy, ox- jo supremo court of Mary- ies of property valued at !500,000. Svn 6 f' USING POOR FOOD r Will Lead to the Entor's Detfrndntlon, Probably the statement that persons f)f today do not live as well, In the matter of eatlnp - ' delightful wheatcn flavor, now seldom. If "' 'J rl ml otl Oi'l 1 'I 1. .CI v icr is. e tol e P Millinery-- Sale. . - n,,rP.d Price all of my StocK , few prices: $12.50 $16.00 Hats go at $10.00 Hats go at $5-OOHatSlt'oddsandendsat A - - Hats are new and 25 and 50 cents. Tnes up.,o-date styles. Hiss Cssidy, WtH John Cf Mnt,U C0 of brnd, la d f- Inker's loif Is, Insipid article, .Iderable appc- eating It can inilor that the y diminishing, bread Is con- tho case. As int-itus almost necessary for bo sorry for 0 subsist en unlnterestlng 1 roller mill n stated that eeth so no ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 21 November 1901

N m KM 1 P, Anadarko Daily Democrat SHAW U HILL, PubUthita. ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. Andrew Cnrnciflo' Wlfo n it Charming nnd Vltiltloua Wnnimi. Mrs. Amlrow Carnegie, tlio wlfo o( tile Krc.it Bteol magnate, 1h n very charming, vivacious and model wom an, but la (ivctho to publicity. Shu linn n liorror of tho Intorvlovvor nnil pre fers to bo regarded merely ns the mis tress of Skiho cnstlo rather tlinii uu a person of public Intercut A Rood story Ih told of tlio devotion lu which her luiRbiiml regards her. A pretty llttlo uustom which Mrs. Cnrncglo ndopts nt her illtiuer parties In to put Into a small Bilk bag slips of pnper bearing the nanioH of nil tlio ladles present. Then, Just beforo dinner Is announced, she carries the bag round to all the mnlo gucHts nnd each "dlpa" for his partner nt tnblo. One evening Mr Carnegie "drew" Ills wife. Ills hoylRh delight was im mense. Holding the slip of paper so that nil tlio company could i,co the nniiio Inscribed thereon, ho playfully Invited the ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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