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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 1 December 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... the ad in Demo- Try a want at. 3uy your coal at MiSSOURl Lum- :b Co. iuu See our 2 for 5 cents pencil blets at Pioneer Drue Store. 70tf J. Y. Callahan, of Apache, is the city today. Everybody is on thoir good bo- ivior this week. Hot drinks at Pioneer Drug .ore. Try one. ou Mr. L. W. Hurloyand wife, are Anadarko this week. Judge Crum is transacting bus ess in El Reno this week. Commercial Club meeting uesday night. Dr. J. C. Disc the optician from iwton is in the city. i Leger, Greer County has a cur- w ordinance. H. L. Wilson was a caller at le Democrat office today. Wo want your coal trade. Call s un. nhono 60. Dtf Missouri Lumber Co, 1 Thnt cold wave is comimr. bet- r buy your coal from Missouri umber Cc. Phono GO. 70tf Elder Grogan. of the Christian lurch, made a business trip to hickasha today. Mr. W. W. Vaughan, Atty at iw, trom uovington, ivy., una ecided to locate in Anadarko. The eighth grade, Miss Whisl- f, teacher, is occupying the east Dom of the Reece b...

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. — 1 December 1902

THISWEEIOANDNEXT I I' At The Peoples Store we will receive this week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Thest new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the fact is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy eariy while selections are good. Many of our new goods had to be made after the orders were given Among fifie New Goods Are things from New York and Philadelphia, such as new Chatalaines and popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. THE PEOPLES STORE mmaamiam&Em& Mkk mm The Peoples Store. Things from Chicago. New bolts, new hosiery. Things from St. Louis. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders "from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c to $1.50, new under wear for men, new handkerchiefs for all. NEW JAPANESE WARE from the New York...

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. — 3 December 1902

Anadarko Daily Democrat VOL. 2. ANADARKO, CVDDO CO., OKLA., DEC. 3, 1002. NO. 81. Grand Reduction - ON-- : Ladies' Coats. Warm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, which we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss now, while you can get a full season's wear out of them. Don't wait until the end of the season as is usual. We have 6 Gray Raglans, late style, tight fitting backs, 54 long, more of good gray Melton. When we bought this fall, we considered them a bargain at S.OO. The wea ther beat us, you can have them at $2.50 Four Raglans, made of extra good quality Melton. Body lined with black silk were marked to sell at $8.00 now $4.00 $12.50 Automobiles, in light Tan effects with yoke effects, reduced to $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish ' 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized lining, a strictly up-to-date coat. We have them in Castor, Tan and Black, were 8.50, and 10.00...

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. — 3 December 1902

i cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L. D. BLANKENSIIIP, Editor and Prop. SUIISCKIPTION KATEH DAIL.Y. Orio year hi advance M.00 Six month? in ndvanco 2.00 Tliroo montlis in advanco - 91.00 wbkkia ruhlislibd kvkky thuiis-day!- One Year ! Six Months M Threo Months 25 mommra Advertising rates mado known on application. II. C GlBBS. Attorney-at-llav.- Stenographer In olllce. Land mat ters a specialty. Olllco N. Broadway over Tho Fair. PHONE 3J Kntored at tho postofflco ut Ana darko, Oklahoma, as second-class mall matter. Anadauko. Okla., Di:c. :i 1002. .LEGAL NOTICES... (I'lm lubllcatlon oat 21 1902.) Notice Of Publication. Territory of OUIuhomi I tNTlinUISTMCT Caddii qiiunty lN CO OUT Iicnti Mnlhcns, I liilntln vs. Hobcrir. Mntliou. dpfcmlrnt Siild ilofcndcot. IloliiTt I- Mnlhews. will tnlie notlc that he 1ms been micil In tho nbtive named court ly I-eniv Mnthewsfor n dlvoroe from the lumilsof matrlmonv heretofore ex litluir between wild lmrtlcs. nnil hoM ilcrenil ent must nnswer the petition illed b...

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. — 3 December 1902

.iX-'.--- 4. &.. '. JV vjiA.Jd.t.J -jjaw .-44-, V-r-A. . ...LOCAL NEWSi.. i Atty. L. E. Lange of Apacho, ia'attending court this week. J. M. Youngblood mado a busi riba trip to Ft. Cobb yesterday. Mitchell and HagemanTOc'oivdd' a'carload of windmills and pumps, yesterday. President Roosevelt sent in the namo of J. T. Whito for Idst jaster at Lawton. Mr. E. G. Berry, a member of the Hobart Democrat force, has been in tho city soveral days, and mado this office a fratornal call yesterday. M. M. Smith, tho clothier, ac companied a friend to tho train Monday, and in stopping off tho car steps, sprained Jhis ankle so soveroly that ho is confined to his bed. Mr. W. T. Kams, and Mr. J. P. Moore, were in Anadarko, yesterday, buying furniture and supplies for their school Dist. No. 111. Welil Well! our president in his message to Coneress failed to say ono word about admitting Oklahoma as a state, and we were assured all the time that ho was such a friend to Oklahoma. Too bad, too bad. T...

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. — 3 December 1902

THISWEEKANDNEXT ,4 a H At The Peoples Store we will receive this week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Thest new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the fact is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy early while selections are good. Many of our new goods had to be made after the orders were given Among Bfie New Goods Arc things from New York and Philadelphia, such as' new Chatalaines and popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. ' THE PEOPLES STORE, Things from Chicago. New baits, new hosiery. Things from St Louis. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c to $1.50, new under wear for men, new handkerchiefs for all. NEW JAPANESE WARE from the New York importer, cups and caucers in fine China, fa...

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. — 4 December 1902

Anadarko Democrat. VOL. 2. ANADARKO. dArno CO.. OKT.A., DT2C. -I, 1002. NO. 80. J' rvHKtix ON (yW0 Warm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, (which we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss Iiow, while you can get a full season's wear out of them. iDon't wait until the end of the season as is usual. We have 6 Gray Raglans, late style, tight fitting backs, 54 long, more of good gray Melton. When we bought this fall, we considered them a bargain at 5.00. The wea ther beat us, you can have them at $2.50 Four Raglans, made of extra good quality Melton. Body lined with black Silk were marked to sell at 8.00 now $4.00 $12.50 Automobiles, in light Tan effects with yoke effects, reduced to $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized lining, a strictly up-to-date coat. We, have them in Castor, Tan and Black, were 8.50, and 10.00 to close out $6.50 do...

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. — 4 December 1902

DECISION DDE! Of Pcr.ial Interest Ij all Cit izens of the "New Country." THE JUDGE SPEAKS The Full Opinion )f Juij.t.GilU'.t U Th Caic of Mandimui Brosjet By PfokiU Jvdjc Elict, ef Ctmttcht Cnly. Now, tO'Wit, on this 24th day of Novombor, A. D., 1002, this causo camo on to bo hoard bo foro tho Court, upon tho altorna tlvo writ of miiiidamus issued thorein and tho domurror thoroto and to tho petition of plaintiff by tho defendant. Said cuuso tv'as thereupon submitted to tho Court upon tho allegations of tho rl rnativo writ and said do murror. Whoroupon tho Court heard tho argument of counsol on behalf of both tho plaintiff and dofondant, and io of tho op inion that said domurror should bo sustained for tho reasons heroin- aftor atatcd. It is shown by tho pleadings and facta admitted in said causo that tho dofondant W. H. Brown, was, in the month of July, 1901, duly appointed, by tho Governor of Oklahoma Territory, to tho position ot Prpbuto Judge of Comancho County, Oklahoma Territor...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anadarko daily democrat. — 4 December 1902

REV. STEVE BURKE'S Tributo to Woman. Extract From Hto Sunday HigbVo Gormon. From Monday's Daily. Ab the infinite morcioc of God Almighty surpass tho selfish charitieD of this world ; as the springtime with its broad valleyB carpeted with green, and its hill sides festooned with flowers, Bur passos the winter with its wailing winds, naked woods and meadows brown and sero; as the virgin, tho new day, arising from tho golden couch of morning with its sparkling dew drops panoplied in tho splendor of the rising Bun, surpasses the night with its dark ness, damp and chill; as the planet Jupiter surpasses in brightness the Milkyway ; as tho diamond with its beauty and rainbow sparkles, surpasses the gold with its yellow, dull luster; as tho lilly of the field surpasses in beauty tho Bunflower that nods on tho Kansas plains; as tho smile of tho infant surpasses tho ha ha of depravity, so does noble woman's life surpass that of man; but as woman can rise proportionately above man, through lov...

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. — 4 December 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L. 1). BUNKI:NSIM Editor and Prop. 9UBSCRnT10N RATK8 DAILY. One your In dVBneu - W.00 Six months In advance - - -00 Tlirto niontliR In ndvanco $1.00 WUKKIW I'DIII.UIIKD KVKHV TilUHS DAY. OiioYom- l-00 Six Months 10 Throo Months 25 AclvortUIng nitos mailo known on application. Entered lit tho postollleo nt Ana lurko, Oklalioinu, us Bocoml-olatw mull nuittor. Akadauko. Ohi.a..1)i:c. ( 1002. ...LEGAL NOTICES... (Flint Publication (H. SI HKW ) Notice Of Publication. INTIIKWSTHICT C'OIIHT Territory of Ottlnhom i I CimMo oountv rena MnlheuN, i mint in v. Hubert R Mnthrv n ilpfpnilont 8M aefenfli-nl. Itiitii-rt JJ MiUhcwi. will take notlco thai he hiM tiorn mied In thp nbnvr umedOourl liy I-olm MalhrwKfor u illvoror from tho bond of mutrlmonv heretofore ox Ifttltur between nnld piirtl ami xald itofenit ont mUBt nniwcr tho prtltlon tiled by sulrt plalnilffniralnnt lilm In mild oourt, on or before thelNtdny of Deei-uibcr IPtW. or t he petition will be taken ni true nnd jn...

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. — 4 December 1902

.WffiTESSfne . ...LOCAL NEWS... The best place to buy blankets is at J. M. Younobloods. 85t0 If you want a map of the coun ty that is up-to-date, call at the Democrat office tomorrow. 85t2. Our readers should make ovory effort to attend the revival meet ings still in progross. For rent 5 rooms, furnishep or unfurnished. See Mrs. J, T. Hill at Palace Ment Market. 85tG The price is cut in two on blankets and ladios wraps at Younobloods. 85tG. Mrs. II. L. Burgor wont to Chickashu yesterday, on a visit with relatives and friends, for a few days. Jacob Miller, who arrived re cently from Springfield, Mo,, has moved to a farm four milos west of town. Chickasha is all puffed up over the fact that the survey for waterworks for that city, will bo gin this month. E. W. Schonacker, who has been employed as clerk at The Fair for some time, will leavo to night for St. Louis. Mrs. Joo Venable and two children, of Chillicothe, Mo., are in tho city this week, the guests of Mrs. Ed Kaiser. There were...

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. — 4 December 1902

'V-m-Sfcr r. -7 r TTT,f '"TRUBTTff rT ' '"TCTlvWfc.W iHWTW " ta COMMERCIAL BANQUET. A Sooial gathering of tho Mom bors and Their friends- Tho Event of the Season. From Saturday's Daily. Tho banquet at tho WindBor hotel last night was an elegant spread, the propietor doing him self proud and tho program of toasts presented being a moBt commendable ono. Tho guests were all seated at 0:30 o'clock, ahd in a moment each ono was peacefully occupiod with knifo aud fork and dead to tho cares of tho outside world. "Oh supremo moment of happi ness when tho man who hungoreth sittoth down to a well filled plato. This lifo holds nothing boyond for him." At length, Hon. F. 13. Gilletto, toastmaster, aroused us from our lethargy and in earnest and 0I0 quont sentences showed tho im portance of an cnergotic Commer cial Club to Growing Cities, roady to grasp every opportunity poss iblo for advancement, Suroly it was a high tide in tho affairs of Anadarko, when tho good Judge cast his lot with hor cit...

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. — 4 December 1902

"H, wvwtMmuiMmmMWBi M COMVEWTIOM. Bo Hold at 01aronnre To-day, le Thousand Dolegates Will Be in Attendance. day is tho big day at Claro . Tho city will bo full of igers, all enthusiastically in r of making ono grand, glor stato of Oklahoma and In torritories. Ab tho time for convention drew near, tho "est rapidly increased, some to moBt prominent Republi levrspapera coming out open favor of single statehood. io minds of thinking people aro not fearful of losing a salary by the change, tho corios are already considered as most religious bodies, so societies, and tho leading less organizations have but issociation for the two terri 3. Tho people realize that ) is room for much improve , in tho affairs of tho terri s, and are eager to adopt mres which promise relief certain unfavorable con ns which now exist, and (ho exponents of the Moon bill, advantage of this fact to I on tho benefits to be de l from the support of this neglecting, however, to men -that in reality it would simp aan ...

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. — 4 December 1902

At The Peoples Store we will receive this week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Thest new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the fact is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy early while selections are good. Many of our new goods had to be made after the orders were given Among Ghe New Goods Ar- things from New York and Philadelphia, such as new Chatalaincs ami popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. THE PEOPLES STORE. QmBS3BBSBBR HUffl The I Peoples Store, f pp f pp wmmmmmKmm Things from Chicago. New bolts, new hosiery. Things from Si. Louis. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c to $1.50, new under wear for men, new handkerchiefs for all. NEW JAPANESE WARE from the New York importer, c...

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. — 5 December 1902

1 I VOL. 2. ANA1UUKD. CAD1H) CO.. OKL.A., DF.C. ft, 11)02. NO. H(J. 9 od ant jial per ncL I5SESKSB!HHi522aSBnKS23!K3KS525J Laddies ON 9 Warm weather has left too many cloaks in some stiles, ,ich we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss v, while you can get a full season's wear out of them, n't wait until the end of the season as is usual. vVe have 6 Gray Raglans, i style, tight fitting backs, long, more of good gray lton. When we bought js fall, we considered them Wain at 5.00. The wea ir beat us, you can have 'm at , $2.50 I Four Raglans, made of !ra good quality Melton, dy lined with' black silk re marked to sell at $8.00 $4PQ $12.50 Automobiles, in ptTan effects with yoke icts, reduced to ' U $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized lining, a strictly up-to-date coat. We have them in Castor, Tan and Black, were 8.50, and 10.00 to close out $6.50 ...

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. — 5 December 1902

cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L. I. BUNKIiNSHIP, Editor ami I'rop. SUHSCHU'TION II ATI58 DAILY. One your in advanco $4.00 Six month In advanco $2.00 Threo months In wlvnneo - $1.00 WKKKI.Y t'UIILISIIKI) HVIIHY TIIUUS UAV. One Year SI. 00 Six Months &0 Tlneu Months "! Advertising rutos muilo known on application. KntoriMl (it tho postollleo sit Ana diirlio, Oklahoma, us second-clan mnll mutter. Anakauko. Oki.a.. Di:i . fi 1002. ..LEGAL NOTICES... (Tlrst I'uhliiMilcin oot ".I 1OS ) Notice Of Publication. Terrltim r Olil.iliom ' .. INTHKnivrmcT rllll "innil ' COUllT fjenu Miittirws i lulniliT -Uotifrt i: MiiIIk'hs ili-fi'iiilriil Sold ilcti-mliMil Uiilu-il I. Mulhi-ws will take tiniirc' thin he hitis Invnmird In the utmro nsmeil I'niiit In U-nn MulhuHsfor a illvoroe from the iMitulsor mutrlinom heretofore ex Utlnir licini-en miM imrliPN nnd Mild defend ent must im-.er tin-petition Med by jalrt plaintiff luminal him In mild omirt. nn or before thi' lit iln of Dci'i'iniicr 1WW. or tlie petitio...

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. — 5 December 1902

...LOCAL NEWS... -saEg3r Mrs. J. T. Brooke is reported sick. Joo Winton of tho State Capi tal at Guthrio is in tho city. Boon Hito of Ft. Cobb, was at tending court yesterday. Have you noticed tho addition to tho Caddo County jail? Mrs. O. II. Geaganis very sick, wo hope to hear of her early re covery. Tho name of tho new barber at Bingor, W. T. Cutter, is rather too suggestive C. W. Amrino, of Mountain View, transacted business in An adarko yesterday. William Recce of the Reece Agency made a business trip to Ft. Cobb, today. License to marry has boon granted the following parties; Jamos F. Cussen and Alice Ini kinish, both of Ft. Cobb. Judgo Chas. L. Crum returned this morning from El Reno, whore ho has been transacting legal business. Mr. J. C. Smalloy, of tho firm of E. Annabil, Wholesale Seed Houso, McPherson, Kan., was in tho city on business yesterday. Tho father, mother, and sister of Mr. John O. Burgett, arrived yesterday and will spend tho win ter with Mr. Burgett, and fami...

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. — 5 December 1902

B mm ssuMsiiisiiiiMmsM. ? I THISdtWEEKANDNEXT II B AAA AAA ''' wmw ! fc .. BRm I lilXIl irillif II BJ At The Peoples Store we will receive tin's week and next week many kinds of bright new merchandise. Tlicst new goods are a part of what we have been buying from time to time dur ing the past three months for Christmas presents. It might strike many of you as peculiar that we would buy so far ahead for Christmas trade, but the fact is that if a merchant shows the choicest goods he must buy early while selections are good. Many of our new goods had to be made after the orders were given Among &Ae New Goods Are things from New York and Philadelphia, such as new Chatalaines and popular price jewelry, new ribbons, new Monte Carlo coats for women. THE PEOPLES STORE. EE3BEESHEE sSEEBHS The Store, mtm stsm mm www kbmsbsbbii e Things from Chicago. New bolts, new hosiery. Things from Si Louis. New shoes for men and women, new ties, new suspenders from 25c to $1.50, new mufflers from 50c 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. — 6 December 1902

JlCllitJII otli VoT,. 2. ANADAUKO. CADDO CO.. OKI.A.. DEC. IS, 1002. NO. 87. JnLllCjtvltitl JMLv mP$W if TSEffilffliaS$?S?ffi5S7!JSiWSiaSil: gBgHaBaiwHsaiissaaaMafflBisaBa . M ON Laddies9 Coats. Warm weather Has left too many cloaks in some stiles, vhich we cannot afford to carry, rather sell them at a loss low, while you can get a full season's wear out of them. Don't wait until the end of the season as is usual. We have 6 Gray Raglans, ate style, tight fitting backs, W long, more ol good gray Vlelton. When we bought rhisfall, weconsideredth'em i banrain at 5.00. The wea ther beat us, you can have them at , $2.50 Four Raglans, made of extra gpod quality Melton. Body lined witn DiacK suk were marked to sell at $8.00 jnow $4.00 CIO CO AiifnmnhilAc in illllll lull tllUUU Willi JfUIW effects, reduced to $8.75 About 12 Automobele coats. The stylish 3-4 length. More of best all wool Kersey Stitched raw edges, large pearl button, lined throughout with best mercerized lining, a strictly up...

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. — 6 December 1902

I:i cANADARKO DEMOCRAT. L. II. BLANKIiNSIIIP, Editor and Prop. suiiscmrTioi ratbs daily. Ouo your In lulvunoe $1.00 Six month In ndvance - 82.00 Tlireo months In advance $1.00 WltEKI.Yj-rUllUMCEIJ KVKHV TIIUIIS DAY. One Your $1.00 Six Months ) Throo Months 2fi Advertising nitos inuilo known on application. Entered ut tho postolllco ut Ana darko, Oklahoma, us second-class mail miittef. Anadauko. Oki.a.. Dih. 0 1H02. ...LEGAL NOTICES... (Ilrst Publication (JiM 21 I WW ) Notice Of Publication. Territory of Okliilioin i ... IN THi:i)l STIUC'T I'Hililiii-iiuiiU '" UJUKT I.oim Mnthrtti I lulntliT lIoborthMiithfwx, ilprcmlput S(I1 lll-fflllllMlt. IllllMTt I! MlllhPllM. Mill lake iiotli-i that In- lins bci-nmirrt Inllir nliwvo iiiiiikmI uimrl hy l.enii MathewKlor ii illwiri-e fromlhc lioniliof mutrlmom hereUifori' ox- iNtllllf llUtH IH'Il mill NUllON. Mill HHlll llOtCIIll cut mint iiliiwiT the pi'tltlon lllril ny wild lilnlntllTiiiciiliiHt lilin In wiM court, on or lietiirr this Utility of ...

Publication Title: Anadarko Daily Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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