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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 15 November 1902

i ALMOST A MIRACLE. Case No. 49,703. Mrs. M. Isted, ot 1207 Stran- street, Galveston, Tex., ho Is proprietor of a boarding house at that address, numbering among her boarders a dozen medical stu dents, says. "I caught cold during tho Hood ot September. 1900, and It set tled In my kidneys. Despite the fact that I tried all kinds of medicines and nas under tho card of physicians, ho excruciating twinges and dull aching across Uio small of my back refused to leave, and trouble with tho kidney secretions began to set In. Krom then, ordinary Anglo-Saxon falls to describe, tho annoyancn and suffering I endured. Tho fearful pain through my body, loss ot appetite, loss ol elcop, consequent loss of energy, ond, finally, Indication of completo dissolution compelled inc, fiom sheer agony and pain, to cither lie on the floor and scream, or forced mo Into spasms. On such occasions my hus band called In a physician, whose mor phine treatment relieved me tempo rarily. I grew weaker and thlnnor.nnd...

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. — 15 November 1902

Fl cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. U D. BUNKENSHIP, Editor and Prop. SUIISCMI'TION RATES DAILY. Ono your In advanco 84.00 Six months In advnnco - $2.00 Thrco months in advance 81.00 WEEKLY I'UULtSlinD EVERY THURS DAY. One Year 81.00 Six Months CO Thrco Months 25 Advertising rates made known on application. Entered at ttio postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mail matter. Anadarko. OiciiA., Nov. 15 1002, ...LEGAL NOTICES.. I PlrM Publication Oot. 16. I1XK. Territory of Oklnhomn. I Cuildo county. NS In the District Courtof Mild county. Snillo Miiy Chnmbers. plaintiff, vs. llonjnmln Hamilton Chambers, defendant. Said defendant llcniainln II. Chambers, will tulio notice that ho lifts been sued In the nbovo nnmrd court upon n petition alleging grounds for divorce nnd iisktiiif thnt n decree ofdlvorco 1)0 grcntcd to plaintiff from de fendant uud thnt tho bonds of mntrlmony heretofore existing bo annulled nnd Ret aside, nnd defendant Is hprcby notlllcd thnt be must answer Mich petition H...

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. — 15 November 1902

9 ...LOCAL NEWS... House to rent on Main street, between 4th and 5th. See J. M. Youngblood- 07t0 Call up No. 182 and tho Law- ton wagon will come for any kind .of laundry work. 68t0 Be up-to-date, and have tho Lawton Steam Laundry estab lish their towel supply service with you. Phone 182. 08t0 0. H. Geagon & Co. Real Es tate. Relinquishments, school land, city property, rentals and collections. 5th street between Broadway and Main. 68tf Ed. Butler the St. Louis mill ionaire was convicted of bribery at Columbia, Mo. Thursday and sentenced to three years in tho penitentiary. Mr. Jones of tho Lawton steam laundry, reports the prospects bright for a good business in their line, at this place. Watch for tho now wagon. M. McKenna publisher of the Rooks Co. (Kan.) Journal is in tho city visiting his old friends Attornevs Kerr and Miller. The Democrat acknowledges a very pleasant call. New, clean towels furnished every morning at a cost not ex ceeding the laundrying of your own, is the ...

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. — 15 November 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat I., 1). III.ANKIINMIII', Anndnrko, Okluhomn Tlio Crown I'rlnco of Slnm bIiowoiI )il3 wisdom by golnc to Philadelphia to rest. Ilvon In France the conl operators nud minors havo found something to urbltrnto. It wns Chnrlcs Lamb who tlrst said that mixing whisky and wator spoiled two good things. Dr Linn of Mt. IMuusant, Ia Bays that kissing promotes tho happlnofts of inlet oboH. Ilnbber! Miss Swillum, recently married In Missouri, is to be congratulated upon her cimngo of nnnio. Senator Ilantia doflcs his doctor In a way which must mako that worthy ti-cmblo lest ho lose a good patient. King Leopold Rectns to count that day lost whoso low descending sun Hoes no now foolish thing that ho lurt done. Tho man who wrote "(JooCloo Kyea" is dying in Now York. Lot us hopo that bo has mado his peace with heaven. The Indians are fast becoming civil Ized. Half tho business of tho ter ritorial courts relates to divorce pro ceedings, Tho papers are predicting n cham pagne f...

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. — 15 November 1902

1 ' . I ' 9 V K ' oS1 T ! The College Yell at Babel. Tho Tower of Babel had Just begun the confusion of tongues. "Ahl" rapturously exclaimed a man at tho bottom, "the dear old col lego yell again! How it carries me back to boyhood days I" Hereupon ho lifted up his rolco and edded a few more earaplitters to the oneral din. Mother-ln-Law Settled It. Bramble I wanted to name tbo baby John, but my wife had set her heart on calling him Gerald. Theme And you named him Ger ald, of course. Bramble No. wo did not. My wife's mother thought Ebenozer was a pretty name, and that settled It. Failed to Scare Him. His Medical Adviser You won't last long at thlB rato, young man. You are burning the candle at both ends. Gayboy Very well, doctor. When the candle 1b burned out I'll light tho gas. Small Size. Patience I would nover squeeze my feet out of shape. Patrice Oh. yes, you would, If you were In my &hoe3. TO HIS INTERESTS. The Citizen And you assure me, sir, that you Insist on honest politic...

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. — 15 November 1902

THEY KEEP COMING. The new Styles suitable for the trade of Anadarko, and surrounding towns and country keep coming to our store not by chance either. We buy them care fully from big Sample lines. No trouble to sell nice, up-to-the-minute goods when they're marked right. You may be sure we mark 'em right, Therein lies the reason for our success. We have now on the road and will receive shortly THE PEOPLES STORE New Chatalain and Waist Bags. . New Belts, including the latest things in the Postillion Belts in colors. . -. . . . Pretty New Brooches. ... New wool Skirts. ' '' x " T '': New Silk Skirts. New Ties for Men and Boys. New Handkerchies and Suspenders. : '.; New Sweaters for Men and Boys. Come in, you people who are difficult to please and see the new things direct from the hands of the makers OGLE BROS. RRORS. Tho loading hardwares houso In tho city. Wo carry a full lino of hardware; and implements. Wo don't claim to bo tho choapest houso In town, for wo buy tho best of ovoryth...

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. — 17 November 1902

The Fair SPECIAL CLOAK SALE. W To give the ladies of Ana darko a chance to pick out their winter wraps out of a full assortment at lowest prices. We have made ar rangements with the Singer Cloak Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis, the largest fac tory of its kind in the west, to have a special Gloak Display and Sale at our store. Their retresentative Mr. iddiols, will be here to hold thft Spacial Display. Tuesday Vov. 18th. With thir entire line, com prising tha most up-tordsfte wraps shown. Monta Carlos, Automobiles, Jackets for Ladies' and Children. This will be a display of of winter wraps not equaled this side of St. Louis, and will give you a rare chance to pick out a cloak out of the fullest assortment im aginable, at nearly whole sale price. Mr. Iddiols will be able to make immediate delivery or take measure for special garments. Every lady in Anadarko and vicinity is cordially in vited to give this fine dis play an inspection, at our store Tuesday, NOV. (8th. Says that Officers,...

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. — 17 November 1902

r.a ,r-yv' M T ".w njv vrrrf- At llrst plngpom was looked upon as a mild and harmless pastlmo, an, Indeed, most people still Imagine It to tie. ringpong oyo, plngpong foot, plngpong elbow u ro looked upon ns fictions of tlio alarmist. An ar dent plnponglst (fumlnliio) hns brokou o'T hor en gngemcut became tliu young man would not piny, nd oven tried to prevent her from playing. It Is a good ihmg that It was not the young mnn who broke off tho ongaKemont for a Ilk reason, or wo should find plngpong Instantly ban ished from society by alarmed mam mas. A young woman, well educated and In comfortable circumstances, has Just completed n flvo years' experience of general servants' work. She undertook Hit) task voluntar ily, becaiiRO she was Interested In tho domestic serv ant problem. Her conclusion Is that both sides are to blame for tho present unsatis factory stato of affairs. In her own words: "I be lieve tho servnnt girl problem can be solved only by a Christian educa tion Tho employ...

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. — 17 November 1902

ALMOST A MIRACLE. Case No. 49,703. Mrs. M. Isted, ol 1207 Strand street, Galveston, Tex., who Is proprietor of a boarding houso ' nt that address, numbering among ber boarders a dozen medical stu dents, says: "I caught cold during the flood of September, 1300, and It set tled In my kidneys. Despite tho fact that I tried all kinds of medicines and was under tho care of payslclnns. .ho excruciating twinges and dull aching across tho small of my hack rcfusud to leave, and trouble with tho kidney secretions began to set In. From then, ordinary Anglo-Saxon falls to describe tho aunoyancn and suffering I endured. Tho fearful pain through my body, loss of appetite, loss ol sleep, consequent loss of energy, and, finally, Indication of completo dissolution compelled me, from sheer ngony and pain, to either Ho on tho door and scream, or forced mo Into spasms. On such occasions my hus band called In a physician, whose mor phine treatment relieved me tempo rarily. 1 grew weaker and thlnner.nnd ...

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. — 17 November 1902

J-i-iA- I' cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L D. BUNKENSIIIP, Editor and Prop. SUllSCUIl'TION KATES DAILY. Ono yo.ir In advanco $4.00 Six months In advanco $2.00 Thrco montliB In advance $1.00 WEEKLY PUHLISllED EVERY THURS DAY. One Year $1.00 Six Months CO Thrco Months 25 Advertising rates mado known on application. Entered at tho postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadarko. Oicla.. Nov. 17 1002. ...LEGAL NOTICES... First Publication Oct IS. 1WK. Territory of Oklahoma, I Cmldo county. C1 In this District Court of snlil count-. Sncllo Mny Clmrabcrs, plaintiff. llrnjnmln Hamilton Chambers, ilercnilunt. Snldilcrcmluut llcnjnmln II. Chambers, will tnlte notice that he liai been mieil In tho nbovo niuncil court upon n petition nllculntf urounds for divorce nml nskliiK that n tlccrco of divorce he itrcntcil to plulntlff from le tendnnt uml Hint the bonds of matrimony heretofore exWtlnir bo annulled ond net nMde. and defendant Is hereby notlllcd that ho must answer Mich pot...

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. — 17 November 1902

i 1 Si J ' .LOCAL NEWS... J. Y. Callahan, of Apache, is '.ransaoting business in Anadar iko today. Mrs. E.F. Heraty, o Mt. View, a visitinR Mr. ana iurs. a. n. oberts. Carl Hagelin, proprietor of the Crystal Palace Saloon, is on the 'W Wick list this week. Mrs. M. A. Driskell of Apache, has been tvisiting the family of Mr. G. D. Driskell. Mrs. C. P. Linder who has Uinnn vinitino- hop sistennlaw at r o JJOklahoma City, is homo again Mr. Wrio-ht is much better to Kay and expects to leave for San lintnnin Tpvns. tomorrow 'It"""- ' iS Earl and Nellie Shields, of Yu- iv fcvO !! 1.1. n;n litt-lrt ton, nave oeen visuing iue ' Htriend, Fern Brooke, the past Itveek. i The Ladies Aid Society of the hristian Church will servo din- ler Thanksgiving day at McAn- Inch Hall. Mrs. Kunsemuller and son, IHenrv Kunsemuller, of Cement, Iwero transacting business in Ana- llarko Saturday. Thomas Crosser of Carthage, Bvlo. is in the city visiting his old .riend, Joe Conley the Brick Manufacturer. For Sale...

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. — 17 November 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat i.. i). iu..Niu:.s.Miir. Anndnrko, Oklithoma Tho Crown l'rlnco or Slam showed hla wisdom by going .to l'hllndoliihln to rtHt. ' Kvoii In France tho coal operators nnil minors have found something to arbitrate. It was Clmrlos I.ninb who first Raid that mixing whisky iirul witter spoiled two good tilings. Dr. I.lnn of Alt. l'loiiHuiit, In., says (lint hissing promotes tho hnpplnoBs of mlcrohon. Hulibcr! Miss Swilliim, recently mnrrlcd In Missouri, In to bo congratulated upon her change of name Senator Hnnna defies IiIh doctor In n way which must mitlio flint worthy tivmhlo lest ho loso a good patlunt. King Leopold scorns to count that ilny lost whoso low descending biiii heeH no now foolish thing thut ho hirt done. Tho man who wroto "Goo-Goo Hycs" Is dying In New York. I.ct us bopo that ho hits mniln his pence with heaven. Tho Indlnns are fnst becoming civil ized. Hnlf tho business of the ter ritorial courts relates to divorce pro ceedings. ' The papers uro pre...

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. — 17 November 1902

r 1 1 ilfay Marry French Dancer, iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii OF PUBLIC INTEREST WW"V I The College Yell at Babel. The Tower of Babel had Juat begun tho confusion of tongues. "Ah!" rapturously- exclaimed a man at tho bottom, "tho dear old col lego yell agalnl How It carries me tack to boyhood days!" Hereupon ho lifted up his voice and edded a few inoro earsplltters to tho general din. Mother-ln-Law Settled It. Bramble I wanted to name tho baby John, but my wife had set her heart on calling him Gerald. Theme And you named him Ger aid, of course. Bramble No, we did not. My wlfo's mother thought Ebenozer was a pretty name, and that settled St. Failed to Scare Him. Ills Medical Adviser You won't last long at this rato, young man. You are burning the candle at both ends. Qayboy Very well, doctor. When the candle Is burned out I'll light the gas. He Knew Her. Mrs. BInks There goes a man who proponod to mo onco. He's rich, too. Mr. BInks I'll bet he wasn't rich when you re...

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. — 17 November 1902

u :1 ITHEV KEEP COMING. j : kMi MM II mmm mmm II The new Styles suitable for the trade of -Anadarko, and surrounding towns and country keep coming to our store not by chance either. We buy them care fully from big Sample lines. No trouble to sell nice, up-to-the-minute goods when they're ma!rked right. You may be sure we mark 'em right, Therein lies the reason tor our success. We have now on the road and c will receive shortly THE PEOPLES STORE. mm mm qftpq? pip The Peoples Store. tsm mm New Chatalain and Waist Bags. New Belts, including the latest things in the Postillion Belts in colors. Pretty New Brooches. New wool Skirts. New Silk Skirts. New Ties for Men and Boys. New Handkerchies and Suspenders. New Sweaters for Men and Boys. . Come in, you people who are difficult to please and see the new things directfrom the hands of the makers OGLE BROS. PROPS. Tho lending hardware houso in tho city. Wo carry u full lino of hardware and Implements. Wo don't claim to bo tho cheapest houso...

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. — 18 November 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat. & VOL. 2. ANiVDMUvO, CADDO CO., OKLA., NOV 18,1002. 4& , 7TZ 1., 1 u- 7Q. g it il ar The Fair SPECIAL CLOAK SALE. ro give the lacUeof Ana darko ti chance to- pjqk out their winter Wraps out. of, a full assortment atldjvSt price's, we have made'-u'r-rangements with the Singer Cloak Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis, the largest fac tory of its kind in the west, to have a special Cloak Display and Sale at our store. Their representative Mr. iddiols, will be here to hold this Special Display. Tuesday Nov. 18th. With thir entire line, com prising the most up-to-date wraps shown. Monta Carlos, Automobiles, Jackets for Ladies' and Children. This will be a display of of winter wraps not equaled this side of St. Louis, and will give you a rare chance to piq,kl6jita'"cloak out of the fullest assortment im aginable, at nearly whole sale price. Mr. Iddiols will be able to make immediate delivery or take measure for special garments. Every lady in Anadarko and vici...

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. — 18 November 1902

-3S23PKS E?i!i Anadarko Democrat I.. II. IILANKIINMIII' Anndnrko, Oklahoma Tilt 1W0 TLHHIIOKILS IN MULT Tim Bnlvntion Army has evacuated ChioLosha. Several traveling men mnko their home in Chandler. Iinnkct ball in becoming n tn.il nmong the ladies of Oklahoma. Tho nook Island in surveying a lino from "Waurika to Ardmoro. Ohloknsha wants more sidewalks nnd Oklahoma City Imilly needs more. A negro from Toxns Is to build n Ihlrty-room hotel for negroes at Chiclc ashu. It Is raid that Tishomingo hns em ployed nn exKirt to go ovor the olty books. Thero nro 425 crimiunl cases on the docket for thu next term of federal coi'rt nl Ardmoro. A farmer near Alva estimates that hii thousand peur trees will yluld 2,000 bushels of fruit. Tho Legor Times says that soino of tho citizens of tliat place liavo nciuired tho "petition habit." Tho oity council of Woleetka hns been working ovortimo preparing and pons Ing ordinances tho ixist two wcokB. Groat interoit is takun in tho twenty million dollar 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. — 18 November 1902

SINGLE STATERS Executive Committee issues for a Rousing Meeting Call TO BE HELD AT ClAREMORE DECEMBER 3 The Statehood i:iecutln Committee far Oklahoma nnl Inillan territories Met and il Call Une Tliutuanil Dele gate! Itnlltle.il to Seat Oklahoma City. The single state hood executive committoo of Oklnhonin nutl Indian Territories mot in this city and Axed upon a timo and placo for holding a convention. Tho connnitteo is composed of fivo members from each territory. The chairman, E. N. Rnt cliff, nnd secretary, Editor W. II. Walk r, of Purccll, wero uuablo to bo prca cut. C. E. Cnstlo, of Wagoner, was solocted cliairman and Clms. Knox, of I'erry secretniy of tliu meeting. Aftor sonio discussion a tune and plnco was llxod npou for holding a convention which set December .Id at Clare more. Following is tho olllciul call: A convention is heroby ordered to bo held in the city of Claremoru, Indian Territory, on tho !)id duy of Dccombor, 1002, at 10 o'clock a. in. to bo composed of 000 dole...

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. — 18 November 1902

-ilJflSnwrpnii i v r x cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. II. C. GIBBS. i Attornev-at-Law. HaJf Moon phone as F. C. and AMERICAN tt5T A T THTV rT3 CFTC fl m 1. D. BUNKENSIIIP, Editor and Prop. Stonographor In olllce. Land mat ters a specialty. Olllco N. Broadway over Tho Fair. Livery BaLrn, BEEEE & ELLISON. Prop's p, m. j. J 3L vv JL JL ,JP AlV? -f JL s3 ' c '! SUIISCIUPTION UATKS UAIIjY. Ono your in advanco $1.00 Six months in lulvnnco 812.00 Threo months in advanco 81.00 vi:i:ici.Y I'UiiMsiir.u nvr.itY Tiiuits- DAY. Ono Year 81.00 Six Months GO Threo Months 25 gSEKHSgi""8 Advertising ratos made known on application. Entered at tho postolllco at Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anahahko. Oki.a.,Nov. 18 1002, ...LEGAL NOTICES... rirtt Publication Oct 18. 1HM. Territory of OUliihoinn, I Cmlilo county. I In the DlttlrlctCourtuf Mild count. Siullc Mny Clintnbani iilnlntlfl H Ilpnjnniln Hnmllton Chamliom, ilcfomlunt Snlililefemlunl llcnjiunln II. Clininkcrs, will tulio notice that...

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. — 18 November 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... Buy your coul at Missouiu Lum ber Co. 70t Six or eight o the big mit gang landed in Anadarlco today. John Turner, of Bridgeport, is transacting business in Anadarko this week. a The firemen met Sunday p. m. for the purpose of having their pictures taken. The colored man who was shot Sunday night, is reported better today. 1 The singing at the revival meeting is splendid. If you are a singer join the choir. ffl James Brown, who has been quite sick, is reported much bet ter today. Dr. Mitchell reports the birth of a fine son, to Thos. Watkins and wife. Wo want your coal trade. Call us up, phono GO. ,70tf Missouri Lumber Co, That cold wave is coming, bet ter buy your coal from Missouri Lumber Cc. Phono 60. 70tf a Rev. Baird, the new pastor of the South M. E. Church, is in the icity. For Sale Cheap A bran new wagon. A big bargain, see r. H. Keck the wagon maker. 70t5 If you want financial aid in building soon, see the Reece Agency today or tomorrow. 70t2 Wanted Driver f...

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. — 18 November 1902

Bplder-Web. A slender fllsment l yon llrlsjht bit of g-essamer whereon The munllt spider awlniis-what If ht fall? A couch of srass Is all. A darln- architect, he lays Ills ikllful courses on my ways nut see how Idly! For with on tlht blow I lay his rafters low. Yet he'll ko building; "till. I, Whoif castles oft In ruliu He, Until and spin anew my filament Uy some vast Ileln rent. Mayhnp, becnuso I choose to lay My during; rafters on Ills way, II sweepi Ills vexed forehead with a frown And strikes my castles down! Atlantic Monthly, LIFE'S PUPPET'S. Ily I.OUI J. STEl.t.MAN. (Copyright, IWS, by Daily Stout FuiiMsniNa Comtant.) ft was past midnight long past It, I thoiiuh not yot iluwn. Hut tho two men who Bat In tlio wlnoroom of tlio llttlo all night cafo did not know It and did not caro. Ono drank Inccssnntly and mechan ically from a brown bottle, but his eyos wcro bright and clear and hard, with tho steely hardness of him who laughs and hides a wound. Tho other wreathed himself In gr...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
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